Freehold Regional High School - Log Yearbook (Freehold, NJ)

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I, .., k HW , .....mW.I,.....,..,..-0..,.,. reef Olfllf' i T FNAL HIGH SCHOOL ag K, N, ma Www FUHEWIIHU We have tried to capture in these pages memories of wonderful and ex- citing years: two thousand different faces, devoted faculty, roaring crowds cheering to- gether, sounds of music, footlights, myster- ious smells of the labs, friendly jostling in the halls, athletic teams pulling for a com- mon goal, mystic moments at the Prom, expectant hush at exam time, the surging pulse of life, the quiet pride of being part of it all - of belonging to our Alma Mater. Ileana M. Duffner g William Katz Co-Editors 1 we it- , i , ig A number of years ago-about the time y lll 1i ligase England die- a y l of was so nnjspecial about a little sign two feet n n e in if mgssagenbecame a sort of Alma Mater for . i them giving and helped them to develop and l i,ll r i esiieciallif tdfgivini 'H Q H y iii ii ili Q all iilii ' iiii i a t i u Somehows when a man wallged under or 9 o ,r it iiii wifi' f spread through the service-he knew that it n e iii e ' r Our? Alma Mater should have iiiii that ef- iiiii U R gg? on eeei 1 weiihear i i ornlisten to its song. Being from Freehold 221, 5 special. If you have learned its lessons, you ofti 1 ,.li ia need bow to nueemanggand feaiizlno challenge. 'fa efiile if titilel 'ii' It is our hope and prayer thatiithoutgh jjfffgv leu. ' in tdeqi it iiiii Us y -f1le . 2 we'll always be, foii 'iii Freehold Regional High itli e.N, I SEA fee seeyy to eiie 1:5 gii it K .lx. .J .WH , ..f,,w,:.i,l.,.lln. uma . R0lQ0l't Dr. Robert B. Norris l Superintendent Q' nne K-4 5- T LL 4. I "l.rrT:'L' f 15.11.-Le 1 T T f ' JJ n rrre - t Vx - .,,,. i ...n, - -I -L X- -.I I Ln ," eoa lfe "' "- " f -' ' ' I lv I., is , . Q ,. S XS X I L- fl. M NW , r 1 r-:, 5 ,i . Ne 4 N f X , 1- tri leee tuor QQ XS J.. .. -I L- F f -li xi Y X5 X ' 1 era 2 AX -lna, ' 5 1 'ful 5 xx xQ 5 x l i:i-, iii, 4 in Dr. William A. Gillcrist Assistant Superintendent Director of Instructional Services Dr. John W. Gleason Assistant Superintendent Director of Administrative Services Mr. Ira C. Tilton Secretary, Board of Education Supervisor of Buildings and Grounds 4 FACULTY Q 7 , if Cafeteria E i i Estella Marriner and Ruth Nurses Standing, Lois O. Grantg seat- U Gootee CDirect0rD. ed, Kathleen Shafto. ,:','LSEQ5!9iEEZ 'Mil 5 .-as ,I 2 H wit y if , Science Seated Cleft to rightjz Priscilla A. Marek, Wil- f ' liam L. Eldredge Cchairmanj, Marvin B. Emmons, Clyde C. Stinson, and Charles B. Ray. Standing Cleft to rightjz Cyril A. Evans, Glenn L. Martin, and Stanley B. Conklin. fli31?ClCiliCIZ Q Left to right: Flora M. Sharpnack, Louis Di ug I Tommaso, Lloyd L. Stutzman Cchairmanj, Francis A lil l Pascal, and Peter Mouallem. A - . 1. fi NIH .,y y 3 y., Qviirilfciefs a fse i , , ,?lCllQS1iilil1' i f i wx , V s xref 'P-M.. 'e .. ,.,,...-fan.,-ff -Mai.. WAP" , 4e'TTT': Sneial Science Standing Cleft to rlghtj. William Spalholz, Allen J. Berlin Cchalr 'manJ, Robert Frostick, and Jack A. Van Etten. Seated Cleft to rightj 'W-M 'em Vincent Serencko, Edward Nalevanko, Harriet Shills, Dorothy Garis, Robert D. Smith, Charles Figg, Melvin C. Willett and Walter J. Zuber. rrri eeeeie ...I Hume Eennnmies Left to right: Mary L. G. Wil- liams, Dorothy Stutzman Cchair- manj, and Carolyn Weinberger. me Q - "3 Physical Education, Health, Safety, and Driver Education Q Ci? First row Cleft to rightb: Adele Foster, Harold H. Schank Cchalr- manj, Gail De Shaw and Richard Skehan Jr. Second row Cleft to rightjz Charles A. Nelson, Ronald Udy, Jane Everett, and Edward Nalevanko. Insert: Edna Kelley. aaal- 'ff' at eeft ar-- -gp athelnatlcs V Seated Cleft to rlghtj. Jeanne English, Angeline Higgins, Hugh I f' , Hoover Cchairmanl, Janice Warfield, and Fannie Williams. Standing : i Cleft to rightjz Ronald Hoffman, Joseph C. Callaert, Herman V. Crespy, Albert E. Bennett, and Homer B. Dinkins. .. , , : - ,, ,. " Y 5. Seated Cleft fee-my Seated Cleft to rightbr Mildred P. Iverson, M. Pearle Button, Dorothy A. McCue, Jane C. Winchenbach, and Edna C. Copeland. Standing Cleft to rightlz Robert D. Smith, John K. Lackey Jr., manl, Eugene W. Collins, English Standing J W Sterner J Ewell Barbara Ann Barret and Maureen A Flynn LM V J: j. ,,,gw-1+-A .,, V I to flghtj Patricia " ftii ,,..,, ef, f .-1 :le Q Standing Cleft to rightjz Charles W. Ward, James Donovan, and Michael DelConte. Seated Cleft to rightjz Claire Anne Krucher, Laura J. Boyd, and Isabel L. Hery. ff John D. Parry, John P. Sietsema, Wayne L. Hartman Cchair- and Francis X. Joyce. 'P' . 1. ' ,f .J. ,,,...i 4' .f in-nn saw !5,,,W,m -,,,.. ,.u......1. 5"""' ,,4 i J , 543- Vucatlnnal flqrluullure .aj Wilmot F. Oliver Cchalrmanj and William G. Smith. '52 , is "su l 42 l S i 4 my S. .R ""m-an Guidance ' .5 '5 f A ,V , , f win MK . ..,L K . "N" I 1 ,Y Rs, - ,K rm ,, H ., Seated Cleft to rightjz Laura J. Boyd, Louis I. Schned Cchair- ,,, man, Jane S. Francis, and Ardath E. Houser. Standing Cleft to rightbz 'il John D. Parry, Jules E. Bierach, Frank J. Schreiner, and Francis X. Joyce. Q Industrial rls Left to right: Richard F. Williamson, Thomas L. Henk, Irving Schneider, William Castellano, Harry Mac Donald, and Arthur W. Bentz Cchair- L manj. flrl Left to right: Olive Nalevanko, Joseph Reilly, Ns"-g.,,,,,.,..M and Beverly Hays Cchairmanl. 'W ---. N wwf 'Qc 9' Q fl iviiyefi, f,fkf wsgaxai' f mf-WNA1 5., girl' Q: kg- - .51 1 1 5? mklnk I ..,L " l ,i T .l ,' A5 K ':::"'L W 1' , ' 5- f Jg. H, 'NQYJF 31 21 ' 'f-w.:Q.....,. ,M M W X W 'K'--rf11ff1wfsakz:ff- K Lf -UQ: . ,J :S J OUQ MJ" Afma Wafer SE Inns Ronald Brocavich President Barry Druesne Vice-President Frank Accisano Treasurer SE IUH IJFFIEEHS was ' " Patricia Dulick Secretary Richard Rice ' Treasurer Barbara Ann Tufenkjian Assistant Treasurer '-19 1' LUG ST FF'-'Q Ileana Duifner Co-Editor and Business Manager William Katz Co-Editor Lydia Elif Business Manager ,111 i ip. 4 Susan Jane Smith Business Manager New GENIE M. ABRAMOWITZ "Genie" "Give your life a touch of Genie- us!" - Transferred from Eastside High School, Paterson, New Jersey 3. Merit Award 3, 4, Student Guide 3. Committees: Prom 4, Assembly 3, Log 4. Clubs: Future Teachers of America 3. BARBARA M. AGUGLIARO uB0bbyn "Always has a pleasant smile and a pleasant word for everyone." Transferred from Linden High School, Linden, New Jersey. Com- mittees: Prom 4. Clubs: Study Hall 4. SALLY L. ABRAMOWITZ Hsallyff The girl with a flare that we l1ke. Transferred from Eastside High School, Paterson, New Jersey 3. Merit Award 3, 4, Choir 3, 4. Com- mittees: Log Staff 4, Assemblies 3, Prom 4. Clubs: Chemistry 3, French 3, Future Teachers of America 3, Girls Ensemble 3. STEVE ALEXOPOULOS ClAlex!, "His charm unbeatable, his quality unmistakable, his look unforget- able." Transferred from Manual Training High School, New York City, New York, 3. Committees: Prom 4. Clubs: Study 3. 18 FRANCIS C. ACCISANO "Cookie" "Great men are virtuous men." Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, Merit Award 1, 2, 3, County Day 3, Traffic Squad 2, Frosh Night Manager 3, Moniter 4, Usher 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 1, Football 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics 3, Log Collector 1, 2, 3. Clubs: Officials 2, Golf 1. JAMES W. ALLEN "Slackie" "Full of fun, always around." Homeroom Vice-President 2, Band 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Gymn- astics 1, Track 3, 4. Committees: Assemblies 3. Clubs: Basketball Oilicial 2, Typing 1. ' it A' EE-'Q' ,. I . V ,. ,v . 1 .sifzaggzggz . .rr ag 3 ,if . at f .ffilifffk,5i.Z5iQf?fai5'-ex, . .'-i .l J. DOUGLAS ALT canougry "Natural man for every meet.' Student Council 1, 2, 3g Choir 43 Gymnastics 2, 3, 4. Committees: Log Staff 43 Dances 1, 2. Clubs: French 3g Golf 1. 7 CAROL J. ANDERSON asAndyv9 "Known by many, liked by all." Transferred from Keyport High School 2. Merit Award 33 Student Council 43 Homeroom President 33 Office Aids 3, 43 Usherette 43 G.A.A. 1, 4. Committees: Prom 3, 43 Log 4. Clubs: Bowling 43 Drill Team 2, 33 Shop 2. VICTOR D. ALT ' Civic!! "To know him a little is to like him a lot." Merit Award 23 Science Fair 33 Office Aid 2. Cross Country 23 Gymnastics 2, 43 Track 1, 4, f 5 Committees: Log 4. Clubs: Biology 3 1, 2, 3. ROSEMARIE C. AMALFA KCR0Se!7 "Swell to get along with-a charm all her own." Junior Red Cross Council 1, 23 Office Aids 4. Clubs: Art 1. .V ROBERT A. ANDRETTA ClB0b!f "He's cool, he's fun." Student Council 1, 23 Gymnastics 1, 2, 3. Clubs: Model Planes 23 Typing 1. IRENE ANDREEFF "Irene" "A cheerful smile - a cheerful girl!" Merit Award 1, 33 Library Council lg Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Traiiic Squad 3, 43 G.A.A. 1. Com- mittees: Plays 43 Log 4. Clubs: Drill Team 2, 3, 43 Future Teach- ers of America 23 Library 1. AARON C. APGAR "Aaron" "Naturally good natured." Library Council 2, 35 Football 3, 45 Gym- nastics .1. Clubs: Golf 15 Varsity HF!! 4. WILLIAM R. BAILEY "Bill" "The art of conversation was far beyond his reach, but fortunately, not the power of speech." Baseball 1, 25 Stage Crew 2. Clubs: Rod and Gun 15 Study Hall 1, 2. , Q CAROL,fN. APPLEGATE , "Carol" "Pretty . . . poised . . . popular." Merit,Award 35 Student Council 35 Homeroom Vice-President 15 Stu- dent Guide 35 Girl's Athletic Sports Award 45 Decoration Displays 2, 35 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Office Aid 3. Com- mittees: Dances 1, 2, 3, 45 Prom 3, 45 Assemblies 1 25 Log 4. Clubs: Bowling 3, 45 Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 45 Leaders 25 Pho- tography 1. BETSY J. BANKS uBettyn "Quiet and pleasant to know." Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3, 45 Play Cast 35 Library Council 2, 3, 45 Choir 1, 45 G.A.A. 1. Committees: Class Plays 35 Prom 35 Assembly 1. Clubs: Drill Team 3, 45 Study Hall 2. JOSEPH R. APPLEGATE "Gate 1551" "Always kidding around, but a real nice guy." Transferred from Man- asquan High School 2. Orchestra 2, 35 Dance Band 45 Gymnastics 3. Clubs: Recorded Music 2. TERRY A. BARKER "Terry" "Cool, calm and collected, a friend to all." Transferred from Hamilton High School, East Trenton, New Jersey, 2. Traffic Squad 3. Clubs: Distributive Education 45 Study Hall 2. BARBARA L. BARTON "Barb" "Petite and mighty sweet. Nation- al Honor Society 35 Merit Award 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 45 Homeroom President 1, Treasurer 2, 3, 45 Traffic Squad 35 Decoration Displays 3, 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Committees: Dance 45 Prom 35 As- semblies 1, 2, 35 Log 4. Clubs: Drill Team 2, 3, 45 Foreign Lan- guage 1, 2, 35 F.T.A. 1, 2, 45 Lead- ers 1. I7 CAROLE A. BECKER "Carole" "A quiet girl with a pleasant dis- position." Merit Award 1, 35 Li- brary Council 15 Traiiic Squad 45 G.A.A. 1. Committees: Play 35 Dance 25 Prom 3. Clubs: Future Nurses of America 25 Library 1. COLIN L. BATHGATE Gate :,'i2 "His easy going way has made many friends." Committees: Class Dances 2. Clubs: Golf 1, 2. DOLORES C. BELLAMY HDee7! "Quiet, full of fun and always has a smile for everyone." Choir 25 Lunch Monitor 45 Oflice Aid 35 G.A.A. 1. Committees: Assemblies 1, 2. Clubs: Bridge 25 Home Dec- orations 1. 21 DENNIS J. BEALIN "Dennis" "A good point of view, from you- know-who." Traffic Squad 35 Lunch Monitor 3. Clubs: Hobby 15 Indus- trial Arts 35 Study Hall 2. KATHLEEN A. BELLAMY uliathyn "Nice to have around, nice to be around." Merit Award 15 Home- room Secretary 15 Band 1, 2, 35 Choir 45 Student Guide 35 Usher- ette 35 G.A.A. 1, 2. Committees: Dance 45 Assembly 25 Log 4. Clubs: Hobby 25 Photography President 1. INES BENITEZ "Ines" "Easy going - never in a hurry." Merit Award 1, 35 Homeroom President 25 Baseball 15 Gymnas- tics 1. Committees: Assemblies 1, 2, 3. Clubs: Basketball Officials 25 Golf 1. MADELINE A. BIELARSKI "Madeline" "What we learn with pleasure we never forget." Merit Award 35 Red Cross Council 35 Library Council 35 Choir 25 Student Guide 35 G.A.A. 1. Committees: Log Staff 45 Dance 25 Prom 45 Assemblies 1, 2, 3. Clubs: Future Teachers of Amer- ica 25 Leaders 1. JAMES W. BERGEN HJim!7 "The man who thinks for himself." Junior Red Cross Council 15 Desk Monitor 35 Office Aid 3. Clubs: Archaeology 15 Biology 25 Chem- istry 35 Golf 25 Industrial Arts 2, 35 Science 15 Study Hall 4. ' 3m . FLORENCE M. BISHOFF "Florrie" "Silence is a fine jewel for a woman, but it's a little worn." Lunch Monitor 4. Clubs: Hobby 25 Photography 1. 22 HELEN C. BIDDLE "Skeeter" "Why do homework when you can ride around in a car." G.A.A. 1, 2. Committees: Assemblies 1, 2, 3. Clubs: Charm 1, 2. CAROL REGINA BLACKWELL "Little Sis" "This is something only I know: I enjoy myself wherever I go." Play- cast 35 Office Aid 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls Ensemble 4. Commit- tees: Class Dances 45 Class Plays 45 Clubs: Drama 25 Drill Team 25 Typing 1. usandyn PAULA B. BLANKSTEIN "Paula" "Young and fair and debonair." National Honor Society 3, Merit Award 2, 3, 4, Student Council 35 Junior Red Cross Council 2, 4, Citizenship Institute 33 Cheerlead- er 4, Choir 2, Usher 3g G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics 3. Committees: Class Dance 2, 3, 45 Prom 3, Log 4. Clubs: Chemistry 35 Drama 1, 29 Spanish 3. STEPHEN JAY BOYD "Bird" "Give him a stranger, he'll have a friend." Committees: Visual Aids 2, 3. Clubs: Rod and Gun 13 Sports 2. l HAROLD M. BLOOM KiHaP! "Don't cross your bridges if you can beat the toll by going around." Merit Award 3 3 Library Council 2, 3, 43 Board 3, 43 Choir 19 Ushers 4. Committees: Log Staff 43 Play 1, 2. Clubs: Golf 1. SANDRA K. BOYR "Give me the opportunity and I'll produce the results." Student Coun- cil 2, Library Council 3, 4, Board 4, Choir 1, Traffic Squad 4g G.A.A. 1, 2, 3. Committees: Log Staff 4, Class Dances 2, 49 Assemblies 1, 2, 3. Clubs: French 45 Great Books 43 Hobby 25 Photography 1. LAWRENCE BOYCE uLarryn "His capacity surpasses his ac- complishments." Desk Monitor 13 Gymnastics 1, 2. Clubs: Rod and Gun 1. WALTER W. BRAND llDick!! "The more you know him, the more you like him." Transferred from Toms River High School 3. VIRGINIA L. BREINING uGinnyn "A real live geometric progres- sion." Merit Award 3, 4, Student Council 2, 4, Junior Red Cross Council 1, Spirit 1, Trafiic Squad 4, Student Guide 3, Football Park- ing 2, OHice Aids 3, Decoration Displays 2, 3, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 3. Committees: Log Staff 4, Class Dances 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom 3, 4, Assemblies 1, 2. Clubs: Lead- ers Club 1, F. T. A. 2. ' E MAIDA LYNN BRODNIAK "Maida" "Dimple, dimple, on thy face, Thou art a lady of fairest grace." Merit Award 1, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, Library Council 1, Traffic Squad 4, G. A. A. 1, 4. Committees: Log 4. Clubs: Hobby 2, Great Books 4, WILLIAM H BREWER "Bill" "If you were to dial me, you'd- get a smile." Merit Award 1, 3, Stu- dent Council 1, 2, 3, Band 1, Base- ball 2, 3, Tennis 1. Committees: Field Day 1, Play Scenery 2, 3. Clubs: Rod and Gun 1, Chess 2. JOHN W. BROWN ' "John" "Can get a smile from anyone." Transferred from Lumpkin High School, Georgia 2. Merit Award 3, Choir 3, 4, Science Fair 3, Basket- ball 3, 4, Football 4, Track 3, 4. 24 RONALD G. BROCAVICH "Brock" "Perfection is his goal. He'll go all the way." Class President 3, 4, Vice-President 2, National Honor Society 3, Merit Award 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys State 3, County Day 3, Traf- fic Squad 2, Usher 1, 2, 3, 4, Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. Committees: Prom 3, 4, Play 3, 4, Dance 2, 3, 4, Assemblies 2, 3, 4. Clubs: Public Speaking 1. WARREN Hg BUCK "Warren" "He doubts, but not for doubting's sake. Therein lies the road to dis- covery." National Honor Society 3, Merit Award 1, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Vice-President 1, Band 1, 2, Or- chestra 3, Chorus 4, Track 2, 3. Committees: Log Staff 4. Clubs: Chemistry 4, Model Planes 2, Science 1. ROBERT L. BURDGE "Burdgie" "Too many thinking people in this world." Merit Award 3, Junior Red Cross Council 15 Traffic Squad 35 Lunch Monitor 2, 3, Decoration Displays 1. Committees: Assembly 2. Clubs: Auto Mechanic 43 Golf lg Industrial Arts 3, Science 4, Soph- omore Sports 2. CAROL A. BUTCHER "Butch" "When you meet her, ten to one she's smiling." Homeroom Secre- tary 1, 2, Choir 1, 2, Traffic Squad 3, 43 Desk Monitor 4, Football Parking 2, Lunch Monitor 451 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Committees: Class Dance 1. Clubs: Bowling 3, 45 Hobby 2, Library 1. LLOYD M. BURLEW "Butch" "A true Arabian Knight-a big knight every night." Class Vice- president 35 Student Council 4, Homeroom President 19 Homeroom Vice-president 2, Playcast 3, Traf- fic Squad 33 Lunch Monitor 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 4, Basketball 1, 2g Cross Country 1, 2g Football 4. Committees: Prom 3. Clubs: Soph- omore Sports 2, Rod and Gun 1. DEANIE M. CAHOON lCDee!9 "A smile is her pleasing entrance." Junior Red Cross Council 1, Desk Monitor 3. Committees: Assembly 1g Visual Aids 4. Clubs: Art 2, Study Hall 1. 25 JUDITH G. BURST CIJI-ldtyl! "While silence is a wonderful Vir- tue it's not mine." Merit Award 1, 2, 3, 43 Homeroom Treasury 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Council 19 Board 2, 35 Decoration Displays 2, 33 Usher 43 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4. Committees: Class Dance 4, Class Plays 4, Prom' 4, Assemblies 2, 3, Log Committee 4. Clubs: Drama 3, 4, F. T. A. 4, Great Books 4. JAMES W. CARROLL "Jim" "Tired at times, but always ambi- tious." Lunch Monitor 2. Clubs: Auto Mechanics 2, 3, 4, Industrial Arts 15 Mechanical Drawing 2, 3, Shop 2, 3, 45 Study Hall 1, 2, 3, 43 Camera Club 2. MARY F. CARSWELL "Gail" "Fame-ous she is and Fame-ous she'll be." Merit Award 3, Junior Red Cross Council 2 3, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4x Clubs: Hobby 25 Leaders 1. JULIANA R. CHEVONY "Julie" "Inward happiness, outward joy." Junior Red Cross Council 3, 45 Homeroom Vice-president 43 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls Gymnastics 45 Clubs: Distributive Education 4g Intramural Manager 13 Music 1, 25 Typing 2. PATRICIA A. CAVANAUGH IKPATQQ "Good times, good times, and more good times." Merit Award 3, Junior Red Cross Council 2, 45 Library Council 15 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Clubs: F.H.A. 2, Leaders 2, 3. FRANK T. CHIESA "Frank" "It is torture to make decisions." Desk Monitor 13 Tennis 1, Clubs: Chess 1, 2. 26 MICHAEL S. CERTA "Mike" "Spring is the mischief in me." Clubs: Distributive Education 4, Sports 1, 2, 3. JANET P. CLAYTON CCJanI, "Charming are her many ways and bright her many smiles." Merit Award 1, Student Council 25 Home- room Vice-president 1, Choir 1, 3, 45 Lunch Monitor 2, G. A. A. 1. Committees: Dance 3, 43 Assem- blies 1, 3, 45 Log 4. Clubs: Choral Group 2, Drill Team 1, 29 Home Economics Careerists 1. MARY LOU CLAYTON "Mary Lou" "So bashful when I spied her." Merit Award 15 Play Cast 1, Choir lg Student Guide 2g G. A. A. lg Clubs: Chemistry 3. GARY R. COLLINS "Bull Dog" "Tis well to be merry and wise." Band 1, 2, 3, 43 'Lunch Monitor 43 Football 1. Clubs: Photography 2. CARLTON W. CLAYTON ccwayners "Why take life serious ?" You'l1 never get out of it that way." Desk Monitor 1, Lunch Monitor 2. Clubs: Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL J. CONAHAN ' ssMikers "Then there is silence - good grief, there is silence." Football 2. Clubs: Angling 1. 27 Lis... CONSTANCE J. COLLINS "Connie" "She has an all embracing sense of humor and definite opinion about everything." Student Council 1, 2, Homeroom Secretary lg Spirit 1, 2, 3, 45 Choir 25 Lunch Monitor 33 New York Times 2, 3, 45 Oiiice Aids 2, 3, 4g G. A. A. 1, 25 Committees: Class Dances 1, 23 Assemblies lg Log Committee 4g Clubs: Hobby 13 Typing 2. CAROL A. CONDON "Carol" "She lives in the same square but doesn't travel in the same circle." Transferred from Saint Mary's, Jersey City 3. Merit Award 35 G. A. A. 3. Clubs: Shorthand 4. K6Gary99 EDWIN H. CONK lKEd7! "Ah, life is full of laughs and fun." Homeroom Vice-president 33 Band 1, 23 Wrestling 45 Visual Aids 4. ROBERT C. COOK CKBob7! "This gay friend is also earnest. Choir 1, Assemblies lg Clubs: Sports 2, Study Hall 3, 4. KEVIN F. CONOVER UKev!! "He answers the hunter's call." Office Aids 1, 2, Clubs: Model Planes 25 Rod and Gun 19 Hunter Safety 3. GARY R. CORLISS "A laugh a day, the maker of his way." Merit Award 3, 45 Junior Red Cross Council 15 Football Parking 3, Newspaper Distributors 33 Basketball 13 Tennis 13 Assem- blies 2. Clubs: Chess 1, 2. 28 DIANE F. COOK "Diane" "Friendliness makes up for lack of size." Merit Award 33 Student Council 3, 4, Homeroom President 1, 2, 3, Library Council 1, 2g Choir 29 Desk Monitor 3. Clubs: Library 1, 2. LAURETTE M. CORMIER "Freddie" "If silence is golden she will never be rich." Merit Award 3, 43 Lunch Monitor 3, G. A. A. 1, 2, 4g Com- mittees: Prom 39 Log 4. Clubs: F.H.A. 45 F.T.A. 29 Leaders Club 1. t4Dave9! 1" 'Fi?F9h . . LAWRENCE R. CORNELL ullarryn "Then he will talk-good grief, he will talk." Merit Award 1, 3: Home- room Treasurer 1, 2, 3, Desk Mon- itor 3g Student Guide 3: Decora- tion Displays 1, 2, 35 Basketball Manager 1. Committees: Class Dances 1, 2: Prom 3, Log Collector 1, 2, 3. Clubs: Game 2: Golf 1. PATRICIA M. COYNE llpatii "The mildest manner and the gen- tlest heart." Homeroom Secretary 2, 3, 4: Lunch Monitor 4, Office Aids 2, Girls Athletic Association 1, 4. Committees: Log Staff 4: Class Dances 3, Assemblies 2. Clubs: Study Hall 2, Typing 1. EUGENE A. COTTRELL "Gene" "I can resist everything except temptation." Student Council 1: Basketball lg Soccer 1. Clubs: Pho- tography 1: Sports 2. DAVID G. CRANMER "What shall a man do but be merry." Merit Award 3, 45 Com- mittees: Visual Aids 4. Clubs: Chess 1, 2. 29 r 'Q fi aff , ll , ..,. '- S l L f Eli NOREEN C. COWLES "Noreen" "A simple life complete and with- out flaw." Transferred from Lymal Memorial High School, Lebanon, Connecticut 2. Merit Award 33 Red Cross Council 2: Homeroom Presi- dent 45 Traffic Squad 3: Decoration Displays 2, Ushers 3, 43 G. A.'A. 4. Committees: Prom 3g Log 4. Clubs: F.H.A. 2: Home Economic Careerists 2. BARBARA J. CUDDIHY ClBabs!! "Her smile and friendliness make her liked by all." Girl's Athletic Association 1, 2. Clubs: Choral Group 2, Foods 15 Home Decora- tions 3. , .4 JOHN J. CURCIO "Little John" "Small in stature, mighty, of heart." Homeroom President 2, Homeroom Vice-President 1, Dec- oration.Displays 2, 3. Gymnastics 2. Committees: Assemblies 1, 2. Clubs: Art lg Biology 2. PETER H. DAUM "Pete" "Ready to fool when work is done, Pete is always ready for fun." National Honor Society 3, Merit Award 2: Student Council 1, 2, 3, Boys State 3, Band 1, 2, 3g Shore Conference Band 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Committees: Assemblies 1, 2, 3. Clubs: Drama 1: Recorded Music 2. NEIL T. CURCIO KCNeil!, "Those who have learned to dance move easiest." Spirit 4. Commit- tees: Assemblies 1. Clubs: Art 1, 2. ff, s M... ., " L, .. , , H , Jaw-5 ' T 0 i3"Z: ' '- !,f2. . .3fa .,-' 1 las... . i : - 3-',f"z' .T-:'x.",e ' - in x,,.,.,,., ,, ' QIQQ.: , ,s:E.19:,N' MARGARET A. DAVIS upeggyn "Honest, sincere, and a good work- er too!" National Honor Society 33 Merit Award 1, 2, 3g Girls State 3, Homeroom President 15 Homeroom Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4: Choir 1, Traf- fic Squad 2, 3, Lunch Monitor 3g Ushers 2, G.A.A. 1, 2. Committees: Log 4, Assemblies 1, 2, 3. Clubs: Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Nurs- es of America 2, Leaders Club 2. JOSEPH P. DALIK CCJoeD "Two days I never worry about- yesterday and tomorrow." Band 2. Committees: Assembly 3. Clubs: Auto Mechanics lg Study Hall 2, 3, Foods 1. JEFFREY J. DAWES uJeH-n "With reason firm, with temper- ate will, endurance, foresight, strength, and skill." National Hon- or Society 3, Merit Award 1, 2, 35 Boys State 3, County Day 33 Home- room President 2, Traffic Squad 3, Ushers 3g Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. Committees: Prom 3, Log Collect- or 4. Clubs: Golf 1, Typing 2. ' i L, an u 3 'fiuwr H 'Qi - 55.715 2 , - -'tfE'11.E., . '. ln. .. -l1:SI'E7',, 'I s - " , 1 ,QM H Sis' ,gg-Q- K 5 i I, - , ' 33-gi ,ge Yjzyggia if NICHOLAS A. DECKER flNick!, "I like work, it fascinates me, I can sit and look at it for hours." Gymnastics 1. Clubs: Chess lg Model Planes 2. MARY ANN DE LUCA "Mary Ann" "And she will talk. Ye Gods, how she giggles and talks." Red Cross Council 33 Choir 1, 2g Desk Mon- itor 3g Decoration Displays 1, 2, 33 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Committees: Plays 3, 45 Dances 1, 2, Prom 3, Assem- blies 1, 2, 35 Log 4. Clubs: Choric Reading 2, Debating 35 Drama 1, 3, 43 Drill Team 1, 2. CARLTON M. DEKLE "Carl" "Music's the contentment of the mind." Football 25 Gymnastics 19 Boys Glee Club 3, Track 1, 2, 4. Clubs: Art 15 Basketball Officials 2, Varsity Track.1, 2, 4. KERSTIN H. DELONG "Kerstin" "She's a worker, that we know, and to great heights she will go!" National Honor Society 33 Merit Award 1, 2, 33 Junior Red Cross Council 15 Homeroom Secretary 23 Library Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Trafiic Squad 3. Commit- tees: Log Staff 4, Assemblies 1, 2. Clubs: Library 1, 2, 3, 4. RAYMOND W. DENT uBillyn "Life is full of sports and fun." Safety Patrol 3g Library Council 43 Basketball 33 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Gymnastics 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 4. Committees: Log Com- mittee 4. Clubs: Basketball Oflicial 2, Home Economic Careerists 1. F' VV Q ',,. ...- e w .-W,, I i v: f ANGELINA DE MARCO "Angie" "Has a lovely personality that fits her appearance like a glove." , Transferred from Walton High 1. School, New York 4. C' X, 1, 31 si, u "Mark" HARRY M. DEY uBuddyu "I've done my duty, and I've done no more." Student Council 15 Li- brary Council 2. Clubs: Auto Me- chanics 1. , GEORGE W. DONG "George" "Courtesy and skill can make a man go far." Merit Award 2, 35 Gymnastics 3, 4. Committees: Log Staff 4. Clubs: Art 1, 25 Photog- raphy 1. 3 M, CONNIE M. DIXON "Connie" "Full of the devil and ready for anything." Choir 1, 2, 45 Girl's Ath- letic Association 4. Clubs: Biology 25 Typing 1. MARK DONOWITZ "Knowledge is an end, labor a means, service an expedient." National Honor Society 35 Merit Award 2, 35 Play Cast 45 Press 3, 45 Spirit Co-editor-in-chief 45 Mon- itor 45 Football 2, 35 Tennis Man- ager 1, 2, 3, 4. Committees: Log Staff 45 Dances 1, 2, 3, 45 Prom 3. Clubs: Astronomy 25 Chemistry 35 Debating 35 Great Books 35 Public Speaking 1. EMILY M. DONG ccEmilys9 "There could be no great ones if there were no little ones." Merit Award 1, 35 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Desk Monitor 15 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Council 4. Committees: Assembly 1, 2, 3, 4. Clubs: Charm 15 Typing 2. BARRY DRUESNE uBarryu "Sports and education are his trade, what a future he has lain!" Transferred from Asbury Park High School 3. Class Vice-Presi- dent 45 National Honor Society 35 Merit Award 35 Spirit 45 Traffic squad 45 Baseball 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45 Football 4. Committees: Log Staif 45 Prom 3. Clubs: Chemistry 35 Language 3. STANLEY DUDKIN ' uDudn "What you keep is lost. What you give is forever yours." Committees: Assemblies 4. Clubs: Archery 43 Chemistry 2, Radio lg Study Hall 4. CHARLES H. DUKES "Big Dukes" ' "Known for a good time and wild antics." Band 2, Choir 3, 4, All State Choir 3. Clubs: Basketball 2 3 Cooking 2. LESTER S. DUFFEN ULes!! "There is only one good - being happy, there is only one evil - being content." Transferred from Aquinas High School, Augusta, Georgia 3. PATRICIA D. DULICK upatn "Never idle a moment, but where does the time go?" Class Secretary 3, 49 Red Cross Council 2, 3, Home- room Secretary 2, Play cast 35 Li- brary Council 1, Guide 35 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Council 4, Gymnastics 3, 4. Committees: Play 3, 43 Dances 2, 3, 45 Prom 35 Assembly 1, 2, 3, 4, Log 4. Clubs: Dramatic 3 45 F.T.A. 3, 49 F.H.A. 3, 4g Leaders 1. ILEANA M. DUFFNER "Ileana" "Learning is the eye of the mind." Class Treasurer 1, 2, 35 National Honor Society 33 Merit Award 1, 2, 3, Red Cross Council 1, Citizen- ship Institute 35 Spirit 4, Library Council 1, 2, 3, President 43 Traf- fic Squad 2, Guide 3, Display 1, 2, 3, 4, Ushers 2, 33 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Committees: Log-co-editor-in-chief 45 Business Manager 45 Plays 3, Dances 1, 2, 35 Prom 39 Ring 1, 2, 3. Clubs: Drill 1, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 1, 23 Golf 1, 23 Hobby 3, Leaders 2, 3. JOSEPH T. DUNBAR "Little Joe" "I'll get my education by experi- ence." Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4s Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1 3, 4. CHARLES E. EARP "Charlie" "I'll try if it doesn't take my time." Clubs: Cooking 1. LYDIA M. ELFF "Lydia" "Let gentleness my strong enforce- ment be." Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3, Merit Award 1, 3: Homeroom Vice President 15 Lunch Monitor 4, Dec- oration Displays 1, 2, G.A.A. 1, 2. Committees: Log Business Man- ager 4g Dances 1, 2, 3, Prom 3, Assemblies 1, 2, 35 Ring 1, 3. Clubs: F.H.A. 1, 2, Leaders 1. RICHARD J. EASLEY lCRich,, "There is a time to work, but thank goodness there is a time to play." Band 1, 25 Baseball 3, 43 Football 3. Committees: Log 4: Plays 4, Prom 4, Election Board 3: Dances 4. Clubs: Biology 2, Golf 1, Great Books 2. CHARLES D. ERVIN "Charlie" "Let time go on as it will, I'll be here." Clubs: Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 3, Rod and Gun Club 3, 4. 34 RUBY EDGERTON uliubyn "Many friends, many virtues." Transferred from Persan High School, Franklinton, N. C. Girls Athletic Association 2, 4. Clubs: Distributive Education 4, Future Homemakers of America 3, Li- brary 1. JOSEPH J. ESTENES ClJ0e!! "What need we have any friends, if we should never have need of them." Student Council 3, 4, Desk Monitor 2, 4, Student Guide 3, 4, Student Council Canteen Manager 4, Parking 3,43 Baseball 3, 4, Football 1. Committees: Dances 3, 4, Assemblies 1, 2. Log Com- mittee 4. Clubs: Intramural Man- ager 1: Radio 1, Sports 2. wi .,,! . ., ,V 5 -.,, it .llzwirkiy x 5 "'4K3iQ,gYi 1 sf ,1 K -'1 ' ' 51.13, id' I .ik .1-Lk, I lf: .3 3 . "fi :wt .- fr . ' .pw WK 4' .4641 5' ff' 3 1: 3 'f'- - it . . Ji ff 4 ROBERT FALCO CCB0b!, "Virtue is the truest nobility." Clubs: Auto Mechanics 23 Golf 1. CAROL ANN FOSTER "Carol" "A great personality is the key to success." Student Council 1, 23 Homeroom Secretary 13 Decoration Displays 1, 2, 3, 43 Cheerleaders 2, 33 Girls Athletic Association 1, 2, 3. Committees: Class Dances 2, 33 Assemblies 1, 2, 3. Clubs: Distribu- tive Education 43 Hobby 23 Leaders Club 1. JOHN M. FAZIO ClFaz!I "The reward of a thing well done is the exertion of the fullest cap- acity." Transferred from Boody Junior High School 2. Newspaper Distributors 43 Science Fair 33 Track 3. Committees: Assembly 3. Clubs: Astronomy 23 Chemistry 33 Great Books 2. RANDOLPH A. FRANKLIN "Randy" "The boy with a smile is the boy worthwhile." Lunch Monitor 43 Baseball 33 Cross Country 4. 35 IRVING FEINBERG "Irv" "Friendliness is a virtue, dancing is a skill." Library Council 43 Dec- oration Displays 33 Ushers 3, 43 Baseball 3, 43 Football 1, 23 Gym- nastics 33 Soccer 3, 4. Committees: Prom 33 Assemblies 23 Log 4. Clubs: Art 13 Debating 3g F.T.A. 43 Sports 2. J. WALTER FREEMAN "Big Walt" "I may do all that which has been done by man before." Traffic Squad 33 Lunch Monitor 33 Cross Coun- try 43 Tennis 2. Committees: Class Dances 2. Clubs: Mathematics 13 Sports 13 Study 23 Typing 2. aD ou gn MARY C. FREEMAN 'Mary Carole ' "Fine art is that in which the hand and heart go together." National Honor Society 3, Merit Award 1, 3, Student Council 2, Homeroom Sec- retary 1, Traffic Squad 2, Hobby 2, Decoration Displays 1, 2, 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Committees: Log Staff 4, Dances 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom 3, Assemblies 1, 3. Clubs: Art 1. I PHYLLIS L. FRIEDMAN Clphylii "A good tongue is a good weapon." Red Cross Council 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 4, Girls Athletic Asso- ciation 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Plays 3, 4, Assemblies 2. Committees: Log 4, Prom 3. Clubs: Choric Reading 2, Drama 3, Leaders Club 1. Q ROBERT C. FREEMAN "Lover" "When he shuts one door he opens another." Library Council 1, Traf- fic Squad 2 3, Student Guide 3, Baseball 3, 4, Football 1. Clubs: Auto Mechanics 2, Hobby 2, Li- brary 1, Sports 1. DOUGLAS W. FROMM "Perfection is attained by slow degrees, it requires the hand of time." Merit Award 2, Student Council 1, 2, 4, Homeroom Presi- dent 1, Student Guide 2, 3, Gym- nastics 2, 3, 4. Committees: Log Staff 4, Class Dances 2, 3, 4. Clubs: Art 2, Biology 1, French 3. MALCOLM L. FRIEDMAN CCMal9! "Choose such pleasures as create much and cost little." Library Council 1, Gymnastics 1, Tennis 1. Clubs: Astronomy 2, Library 1, 3. GORDON L. FUNG "Gordon" "Music washes away the dust of everyday life." National Honor So- ciety 3, Merit Award 2, 3, Press 3, Transcript 2, 3, Spirit 2, 3, Library Council 1, Band 1, 2, All State 3, 4, Regional 2, 3, 4, Shore Confer- ence 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, All State 4. Committees: Prom 3, Assemblies 1, 2, 3. Clubs: Recorded Music 2. PASQUALE C. GANCI llpatif "Keep all you have, and try for all you can." Merit Award 2g Homeroom Treasurer 2, 3, 43 Lunch Moniter 43 Office Aid 43 Election Ballot Committee 3. Clubs: Rod and Gun Club 1. SUZANNE J. GARVIN Klsuen "Endeavor and ability make a per- sonable characterf' National Hon- or Society 33 Merit Award 1, 23 Student Council 1, 33 Homeroom Vice President lg Press 43 Spirit 43 Choir 23 Traffic Squad 43 Guide 2, 33 Displays 2, 3, 4. Committees: Log Staff 4, Plays 1, 2 3 43 Dances 1, 2, 3, 43 Prom 33 Assembly 1, 2. Clubs: Drama lg Drill Team 1, 23 French 3g Hobby 2. CLAIRE A. GANT "Claire" "Virtue is like a rich stone, best plain set." Transferred from Cen- tral Regional High School 1. Clubs: Cooking 1, Golf 2. JAMES GARY llJim!! "A man of muscle, a man of char- acter." Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 43 Com- mittees: Log Staff 4. Clubs: Auto Mechanics 3, 43 Biology 13 Chem- istry 1. 37 FRANCINE M. GARDINELLA UFran!! "Reason is not measured by size or height, but by principle." Trans- ferred from Bayonne High School 2. Junior Red Cross Council 3g Usherette 3, 43 Girls Athletic As- sociation 3, 4. Committees: Assem- bly 3, 43 Log Committee 4. Clubs: Golf 2. HOWARD GERKEN "Gerber" "The end of labor is to gain lei- sure." Merit Award 3g Homeroom Vice-President 2g Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Decorations 4g Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Soccer 3, 4. Committees: Senior Ball 43 Dance 43 Log Collector 4. Clubs: Biology 23 Golf 1. r . Mu, HARVEY J. GLATZER "Wire" "Diligence is the essence of suc- cess." Football Parking 45 Football 1. Committees: Assemblies, 2. Clubs: Angling 1, 25 Spanish 2, 35 Sports 1, 2. STEVEN K. GOLDBERG "Steve" "Wisdom and sincerity are the conquerors of fortune." National Honor Society 35 Merit Award 2, 3, 45 Student Council 2, 45 Transcript 45 Spirit 45 Traffic Squad 35 Mon- itor 45 Science Fair 3. Committees: Log Staff 45 Plays 3, 45 Dance 3, 45 Prom 3, 45 Assemblies 2, 3. Clubs: Chemistry 35 Debating 25 Spanish 35 Typing 1. EDWARD GLOVICH ClEd!9 "Friendly, easy going, ever will- ing and helpful." Homeroom Vice- President 25 Band 1, 25 Band-Shore Conference 15 Orchestra 3, 45 Baseball 2, 45 Basketball 2. Clubs: Auto Mechanics 15 Biology 2. ' "i' ..ii C... i Q 0 S' ' 5 ,- If T' zz- 5 W jiff ' 5' gg. 5 . MARILYN R. GOLDFINE "Marilyn" "Lovely to look at, delightful to know." Merit Award 1, 2, 35 Stu- dent Council 1, 3, 45 Girls State Alternate 35 Homeroom President 3, 45 Guide 25 Ofiice Aid 25 Dis- plays 1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. Manager 1, 2. Committees: Log Staff 45 Plays 3, 45 Announcements 45 Dances 1, 2, 3, 45 Prom 35 Assemblies 1, 2. Clubs: Choric Reading 2, Drama 3, 45 Drill 15 F.T.A. 3, President 45 Typing 1. RICHARD H. GLOVICH "Rich" "Music hath charms." Homeroom President 1, 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Shore Conference 1, 2, 3, 45 Re- gional 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1. Clubs: Auto Mechanics 15 Aviation 25 Model Planes 2. IDA GOLDMAN Kilda!! "It's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice." Merit Award 1, 35 Red Cross Council 3, 45 Homeroom Secretary 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 45 Traffic Squad 3, 45 Lunch Monitors 45 G.A,A. 1. Committees: Plays 3, 45 Log 45 Dance 45 Assemblies 4. Clubs: F.H.A. 1, 25 Great Books 2, 35 Leaders 1. RAMON GONZALEZ URay!! "His ways are ways of pleasant- ness." Gymnastics 1, 2. Clubs: Dis- tributive Education 4g Shop 1, 2, 3. CAROL C. GRAY "Carol" "Virtue and sense are one." Merit Award 33 Red Cross Council 1, 2g Press 3g Transcript 3g Spirit 3, 43 Choir 23 Traffic Squad 3, 43 Ushers 1, 2g G.A.A. 1, 2. Committees: Plays 2, 33 Dances 1, 2, 33 Prom 33 Assemblies 1, 2g Log 43 Log Col- lector 4. Clubs: Hobby 33 Leaders 1. ROBERT W. GORBICH CGBob!, "Wise is he who works in silence." Library 1, Band 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2. Clubs: Chess 13 Debating 2. LUCILLE P. GROSSO "Gross" "Bustling around - her heart gay and young." Transferred from Es- sex County Vocational and Tech- nical High School 2. Committees: Log 4. Clubs: Charm 2. 39 JOHN H. GRASBERGER "Grasshopper" "Of joking and humor he makes much use." Homeroom Secretary 1, 23 Library Council 1, 23 News- paper Distributors 1, 23 Gymnastics 1, 2. Clubs: Golf 1, 2g Library 1, 2, 3. JOHN J. HAGAN "John" "He likes school - in his in and out manner." Transferred from Trenton Catholic 1, 3. Soccer 3. Clubs: Chess 2. ,l.l.4 J. BYRON HANKINS uByr0nn "Life is to live, not to think about." Clubs: Distributive Education 3, 45 Study Hall 25 Typing 1. JAMES W. HAWTHORNE "Flash" "The laborer is worthy of his re- ward." Merit Award 35 Science Fair 3, 45 Traiiic Award 35 Guide 35 Lunch Monitors 25 Decoration Displays 3, 45 Ushers 35 Cross Country 25 Football 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Tennis 1. Committees: Plays 3. Clubs: Biology 1, 2. ARTHUR N. HARVEY KKNeal!9 "Great in the air, great on the ground." Gymnastics 2, 3, 4. Clubs: Golf 15 Model Planes 2. JANET E. HARWOOD "Janet" "Supreme in style." Class Vice- President 1, Secretary 25 National Honor Society 35 Merit Award 1, 2, 35 Student Council 1, 2, 3, Secre- tary 45 Leadership Conference 2, 45 Citizenship Institute 35 Play 35 Choir 1, 25 Monitor 3, 45 Guide 1, 2, 35 Frosh Manager 2, 35 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Sports Award 25 Usher 2. Committees: Log Staff 45 Plays 1, 2, 3, 45 Dances 1, 2, 3, 45 Prom 35 Assemblies 1, 2, 4. Clubs: Drama 1, 25 Drill 1 25 French 3. RICHARD J. HELLENBRECHT ROBERT T. HEFFNER KKB0b!D "Those make friends who do friend- ly acts." Merit Award 1, 35 Indus- trial Arts Convention 15 Wrest- ling 4. Committee: Assembly 2. Clubs: Biology 25 Nature Study 1. 40 "Richie" "Friendly and well spoken." Trans- ferred from Thomas Jefferson High School 4. Committees: Log 4. WAYNE HENDRICKSON uwaynen "Thought is often bolder than speech." Band 1: Traflic Squad 4: Desk Monitor 1, 2, Ushers 2, 3g Tennis 1, 2, 3. Clubs: Biology 3: Chess 19 Golf 19 Industrial Arts 23 Nature Study 1. FRANCINE HERZBERG "Fran" "Although a newcomer in our midst, her pleasantness won her friends." Transferred from Long Branch Senior High School 4. Com- mittees: Class Dances 3: Prom 3: Home Room Representative 3: Clubs: Distributive Education 4. WALTER S. HENNIG HBud!! "Purpose is what gives life a mean- ing." Merit Award 3: Choir 1, 3, 43 All State Choir 3: Decoration Dis- plays lg Baseball 3, 4g Tennis 1. Committees: Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4. Clubs: Biology 2: Hobby 1. KATHLEEN A. HILL 4aKathy9y "When she's on hand there's mis- chief afootf' Student Guide 2 Girl's Athletic Association 1, 2. Committees: Assemblies 2. Clubs Bridge 2: Home Decoration 1 Study Hall 1. 41 ARNOLD M. HERR lfHare,! "New to our presence, he has made his mark." Transferred from East- side High School, Paterson 3. DEANNA M. HILLPOT UDE!! "It is the privilege of wisdom to listen." Class Secretary 1, Merit Award lg Choir 1: Desk Monitor 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Committees: Dances 2, 35 Prom 3, Assemblies 1. Clubs: Drama 25 F.T.A. 1. RAYMOND HILTON lCRay3! "Verbosity is his nature, infinity is his desire." Student Council 1, 2, 3, 49 Band 19 Student Guide 3 9 Frosh Night Manager 2, 39 Football 1, 2. Clubs: Nuclear Physics 29 Future Doctor Club President 3, 4. CHARLES D. HOFFMAN llDukeH "Happiness seems made to be shared." Merit Award 39 Red Cross Council 1, 29 Library 49 Traffic Squad 3, 49 Desk Monitor 39 Frosh Night Manager 39 Decoration Dis- plays 39 Ushers 3. Gymnastics 1. Committees: Log Staff 49 Plays 3, 49 Dances 1, 2, 39 Prom 39 Log 4. Clubs: Chemistry 39 Foreign Lan- guage 39 F.T.A. 49 Library 49 Model Planes 29 Radio 19 Spanish 3. HARVEY V. HOLLAND "Harvey" "Strong and husky, but still a gen- tleman." Future Farmers of Amer- ica 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD HILTON '-Rich" "Be silent and safe-silence never betrays you." Student Guide 3. Clubs: Biology 29 Bowling 49 Chemistry 39 Radio 3, 4. 42 BERNARD N. HOCHBERG "Nardie" "Personality is an immortal treas- ure." National Honor Society 39 Merit Award 2, 39 Student Coun- cil 49 Red Cross Council 19 Home- room Vice-President 19 Treasurer 2, 3, 49 Library Council 19 Band 1, 2, 49 Traiiic Squad 2, 39 Guide 3, 49 Usher 2, 39 Basketball 1, 39 Tennis 1, 2, 3. Committees: Dance 1, 2, 3, 49 Prom 39 Assemblies 1, 29 Log 49 Collector 2, 3, 4. Clubs: Chess 19 Foreign Language 39 Mathematics 2. JAMES A. HOPE 6lJim9! "Life is so important - so live it." Homeroom Vice-President 29 Desk Monitor 39 Football 1. Clubs: Biol- ogy 29 Chess 1. PAMELA L. HUBER l6Pam!l "Vivacious personality with a quick wit to match." Homeroom Presi- dent 1, 2: Treasurer 1, 2, 3, Play Cast lg Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls En- semble 4g Frosh Night Manager 3: Lunch Monitor 3: G.A.A. 1, 23 Of- fice Aid 4g Guide 4. Committees: Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4: Log Collect- or 1, 2. Clubs: Bridge 2: Intra- mural Manager lg Typing 1. DELE IRONS GGDele9, "Little and wise, a terror for her size." Girl's Athletic Association 2, 4. Clubs: Golf 1: Intramural Manager 1: Study 2: Junior Red Cross 3. x SUSAN P. HULSE Usueh "Such joy ambition finds." Merit Award 3, Red Cross Council 1, Conference 1: Homeroom Secre- tary 1, 2: Band 1, 2, 33 Choir 4: Student Guide 1, 2, 3, Frosh Night 2, G.A.A. Sport Award 1, 33 Oilice Aid 1, 2: Decoration Displays 1, 2, 3, 43 Ushers 1, 2, 35 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Committees: Dance 1, 2, 35 Prom Chairman 3: Assemblies 1, 2, 3. Clubs: Hobby 2, Leaders 1. 0 HARRY E. JACKSON ullarryn "Co-ordination with his mind and body have made him a success with his team." Library Council 4, Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4. Committees: Prom 3, 4: Log 4. Clubs: Mathe- matics 2: Typing 2: Gunning 33 Es- say Writing 3. , ,.,. 1 , , , . AMNON ALLEN INZELBUCH KC-A199 "Fun is on his list." Transferred from Seth-Law Junior High School, Brooklyn, New York 1. Homeroom Vice-President 2, Library Council 25 Student Guide 2, 35 Decoration Displays 1, 2. Committees: Dance 23 Prom 4: Assemblies 2: Log 43 Visual Aids 4. Clubs: Hobby lg In- dustrial Arts lg Library 2. BARBARA A. JANOSKO llB0b9I "A life-like page out of Vogue." Merit Award 35 Homeroom Secre- tary 13 Junior Red Cross Repre- sentative 4: Color Guard 2, Traffic Squad 3: Newspaper Distributors 1: Oflice Aids 23 Usher 3, G.A.A. 3. Committees: Assembly 2. Clubs: Future Nurses of America 2: Home Economic Careerists 1. "Carmen" .1 HANS P. JANSSEN UPete9! "Speech is great, but silence is greater." Merit Award 35 Football lg Gymnastics 1. Clubs: Astronomy 2: Drama 1. MARTHA JONES "Martha" "Honest labor bears a lovely face." Committee: Prom 3. Clubs: Cook- ing 1, 23 Future Homemakers of America 1, 2g Future Teachers of America 1, 2: Sports 1, 2. ALBERT JENKINS HAI!! "Free men freely work." Football 25 Track 1. Clubs: Future Farmers of America 3, 4. CARMEN J. JULIANO "The fountain of honor!" Home- room President 25 Vice President 43 Cross Country 2: Football 2. Clubs: Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 3, 45 Reporter 1: Treasurer 4. CAROL A. JOHNSON "Carol" "A willing heart and a helping hand." Red Cross Council 23 Home- room President 23 Library Council 15 Lunch Monitor 49 Odice Aid 1, 2, 3, Decoration Displays 2. Commit- tees: Log 45 Log Collector 4. Clubs: F.H.A. 1, 3, 43 Home Economic Careerists 2, Secretary 23 Steno Club Leader 4. MARYANN R. JULIANO "Maryann" "Kindness is wisdom." Homeroom Secretary lg Lunch Monitor 45 Of- fice Aid 39 G.A.A. 25 Girls Gym- nastic 3. Clubs: Charm 25 Drama 1. ROBERT I. KAPLAN i6B0'b33 "Every man is the architect of his own future." Merit Award 35 Stu- dent Council 1, 2, 35 Student Guide 35 Football Parking 3, 45 News- paper Distributors 35 Tennis 2. Committees: Class Plays 1, 35 Class Dance 2, 3, 45 Prom 3, 45 Assem- bly 25 Log 4. Clubs: Chess 25 Typ- ing 1. GENEVIEVE A. KELLY "Jean" "The girl with the swirling twirl." Student Council 35 Junior Red Cross Council 35 Homeroom Vice- president 15 Majorettes 3,45 G.A.A. 1. Committees: Assemblies 3, 45 Visual Aids 3. Clubs: Golf 15 Study Hall 2. WILLIAM KATZ "Bill" "Too low they build who build be- neath the stars." National Honor Society 35 Merit Award 1, 2, 35 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 45 Boys State 35 Band 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 All State Chorus 45 Traffic Squad 2, 35 Student Guide 1, 2, 3. Committees: Co-Editor of Log 45 Class Dance 1, 25 Prom 35 Assem- blies 1, 2. Clubs: Clef 45 Drama 15 Great Books 2, 3, 45 Typing 2. MATHIAS KEREKES "Matt" "Real friendship is a slow grower and never thrives unless you work for it." Student Council 35 Home- room Vice President 35 Play Cast 25 Decoration Displays 25 Football 15 Gymnastics 2, 3, 4. Committees: Assemblies 2. Clubs: Art 25 Sports 3. PATRICIA D. KEETER UPat!! "With sweetness fresh as any rose." Merit Award 1, 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Usher 15 G.A.A. 1, 2. Committees: Class Dances 2, 3. Clubs: Debating 25 Leaders Club 1, 2, 3. JAMES R. KERLIN "Jim" "He makes all about him alive and signincantf' Transferred from Bay- onne High School 2. Clubs: Chess 2, 35 Gymnastics 3. , .,,m,..,,n,9a: Q.. LAMBERT T. KERSHBAUMER "Kersh" "His patience will achieve more than his force." Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. Clubs: Biology 25 Radio 1. MARGARET J. KOECHLIN upennyn "Of every noble work the silent part is best. Of all expressions it cannot be expressed." Homeroom Treasurer 1, 25 Color Guard 35 G.A.A. 15 Traffic Squad 35 Desk Monitor 3. Committees: Ring 3. Clubs: Charm 25 Golf 1. , ooo s ii PATRICIA A. KIERNAN HPat!9 "Tis easy enough to be pleasant." Merit Award 15 Majorettes 3, 45 Decoration Displays 25 G.A.A. 1, 4. Committees: Log Staff 45 Class Dances 3, 45 Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4. Clubs: F.H.A. 25 Home Economic Careerists 25 Leaders 15 Radio Sec- retary 45 Treasurer 3, 4. ilk. . STEPHEN K. KOSIARSKI "Big Bopper" "Silence is strength." Merit Award 35 Homeroom President 4. Commit- tees: Assemblies 2. Clubs: Future Farmers of America 1, 25 President 35 Vice President 4. 46 ELEANOR B. KLEIN "Ellie" "Her friends are easily made and easily kept." Transferred from Weequachic, H. S., Newark, N. J. 2. Library Council 45 Usher 3, 45 Girl's Athletic Association 3, 4. Committees: Class Plays 45 Senior Ball 45 Dance 45 Log 4. Clubs: Archery 45 Bowling 4. NORMAN E. KREHL UGene!! "What is life without humor ?" Office Aids 3, 45 Visual Aids 1, 2, 3. Clubs: Debating 35 Photography 25 Theatre Study 1. 2 - . . - .... . el- . '5 ' ' , I ,-" ' "Shrimp" ALEX KRUPNICKA HAI!! "The foolish man seeks happiness in the distance: the wise grows it under his feet." Transferred from Fort Rugherford High School 4. Homeroom President 13 Gymnas- tics 1. Clubs: Typing 1. JANICE I. LAMBERTSON "Johnny" "Who hears all, but says the best." Girl's Athletic Association 1, 2, 4. Clubs: Charm 1: Future Nurses of America 3, 4, Study Hall 2. CAROL J. KRYSTOFF "Carol" "Her loveliness increases, it will never fade." Choir 2, G. A. A. 2, 3. Committees: Clubs: Chess 2: Fu- ture Nurses of America 3 5 Library 1, Stamps 1. ARLENE R. LANDAU "A true friend to everyone, always peppy and full of fun." Merit Award 3: Student Council 3, Traf- fic Squad 4, Spirit 4: Library Council 1, 4: Choir 1, 2: G. A. A. 1, 2. Committees: Prom 3, 43 Assem- blies 1, 2: Log 4. Clubs: Drama 45 F. T. A. 1, 2, 3. 'SPD JAMES J. LACKETT ClJim!! "Model A's aren't the only models Jim goes for." Student Council 45 Homeroom Vice President 3, Mon- itor 3g Guide 2, 33 Newspaper Dis- tributor 4. Committees: Senior An- nouncement 2, 3: Visual Aids 1, 2, 3. Clubs: Hobby 1, Industrial Arts 2: Mechanical Drawing 2, 3, Rod and Gun 1. JOSEPH G. LANDIN Klloen "Gladness of heart is the man." Student Council 2. Committees: Dance 2, Office Aid 2. Clubs: Model Planes 1, 2. IL' ,L - ,f .. DIANNE E. LANDWEHR llDii9 "Never without a friend." Home- room Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 45 Merit Award 1, 2, 3. Committees: Library Council 25 Lunch Monitor 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Dances 1, 2, 35 Prom 35 Assemblies 2. Clubs: Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 45 Leaders 25 Library 1, 25 Photography 1. LINDA E. LAUB CCLyn!9 "So courteous, discreet, and deb- onair." Jr. Red Cross Council 25 Traflic Squad 35 Lunch Monitor 25 Girl's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. Committee: Log 45 Log Collect- or 45 Visual Aids5 Senior Name Cards 4. Clubs: Charm 15 F. H. A. 1, 2, 35 F. T. A. 3, 45 Home Eco- nomic Careerists 2. AUDREY H. LANZ "Audrey" "Life lives only in success." Jr. Red Cross Council 1, 25 Library Council 35 Traific Squad 45 Girl's Athletic Association 1. Clubs: Biol- ogy 25 Drama 1. 0 JOSEPH R. LAYTON HJ0e9! "Laugh and the world laughs with you." Football 1, 25 Intramural Manager 1, 2. Clubs: Hobby 15 Sophomore Sports Clubs 2. 48 CHARLES L. LATHROP "Sticky" "Look into his eyes . . . I've been there once or twice." Class Presi- dent 15 Ushers 1, 25 Soccer 15 Track 3, 4. Committees: Dances 15 Assemblies 15 Rings 1. Clubs: Angling 15 Study Hall 2, 3, 4. RAYMOND LAYTON "Butch" "Though I'm anything but clever, I could talk like that forever." Clubs: Hobby 15 Sophomore Sports Club 2. aJerryn NAOMI R. LeCOMPTE ClNi99 "The worse solitude is to have no true friend." Jr. Red Cross Coun- cil 23 Library Council 4: Girl's Athletic Association 2, 4. Clubs: Drama 13 Future Homemakers of America 1, 2, 33 Biology Club 2. HARLAN F. LIBBY "Smokey" "Nothing that concerns mankind is slight to him." Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 35 Junior Red Cross Conference lg Play Cast 2. Com- mittees: Assemblies 2. Clubs: Arch- ery 2, Radio 1. GEORGE H. LEFKOWICH uLeftyn "Life is not life at all Without de- light." Homeroom President 1 Clubs: Chess 1, 2, 3. JEROLD LIPKUS "A big guy with a big beat." Band 2, 3, 43 Shore Conference Band 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Dance Band 3, 4, Lunch Monitor 33 Wrestling 4. Committees: Class Plays 1, 3: Class Dances 45 Assemblies 1, 2. Clubs: Chess 1. BEATRICE M. LeMAY "Marie" "Modesty is the only sure bait when you angle for praise." Jr. Red Cross Council 3, Homeroom Secretary 4, Desk Monitor 33 Choir 45 Girl's Athletic Association 1. Clubs: Art 1: Bridge 2. WILLIAM M. LIPPINCOTT llBiuH "Today is the tomorrow that he forgot about yesterday." Junior Red Cross Council 1. Clubs: Avia- tion 2g Rod and Gun 1. FRANK A. LOMBARDI "Frank" "Hail the small courtesies of life, for smooth do they make the road of it." Clubs: Shop 1, 2, 3, 4, Study Hall 1, 2, 3, 4. ELLEN R. MADDEN "Little Bit" "Her laughter is her present to all." Junior Red Cross Council 2, Homeroom Vice-President 2, Oflice Aids 2, 3, G. A. A. 1, 3. Commit- tees: Class Dance 2, Assembly 1. Clubs: Golf 1, 2, Leaders 1, Sten- ography 4. THERESA N LUBRANO iCTeri77 "Dances, Reliable, E a s y g o i n g, Sweet, Smiling." Merit Award 3, 4, Homeroom Secretary 2, 3, 4, Li- brary Council 1, Oflice Aid 4 G. A. A. 2. Clubs: Hobby 2, Lead: ers 1, Junior Red Cross Council 3 I CAROL ANN MAGEE "Carol" "A sweet attractive kind of grace, continual comfort on her face." Merit Award 3, 4, Homeroom Sec- retary 2, Desk Monitor 3, Lunch Monitor 1, Oilice Aids 3, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3. Committees: Log 4. Clubs: Art 1, Shop 2. THOMAS R. LUCE llfromli "If smiles were money, he'd be a millionaire." Spirit 1. Clubs: Dis- tributive Education 3, 4, Study Hall 2, Typing 1. HARRY W. MAGER scHarryr9 "His Sonnet of life is to live and have fun." Merit Award 3. Com- mittees: Prom 3, Assemblies 2. Clubs: Study Hall 1, 2. l ccc.. RAYMOND T. MAHER llRay!! "Jive and sway is his way." Stu- dent Council Alternate lg Lunch Monitor 23 Decoration Displays 15 Football 2, 3. Clubs: Chess 1, 2. ROBERT L. MARTIN CKB0bH "Peace and tranquillity are his two best friends." Merit Award 3. Clubs: Study Hall 1, 2. SHIRLEY M. MARKS lfsisn "A quiet way is the key to each day." Golf 2. Clubs: Study Hall 1: Intramurals 1, 2. CARLTON F. MATTHEWS "Cowboy" "A bounce in your walk puts 'hep' in your life." Choir 2, 3, 4. Clubs: Rod and Gun 1. 51 CHARLES V. MARTIN "Bootie" A "He glances at the passing world." Lunch Monitor 2. Clubs: Chess 15 Sports 29 Study Hall 3. PRISCILLA M. MAUSER Clpatif "Does quite a bit of horsing around." Girls Athletic Associa- tion 1, 4. Clubs: Leaders 1, 25 Shop 1. v ,, VIRGINIA M. MAUSER "Ginger" "Make each minute count and you will accomplish much." Library Council 15 G. A. A. 1. Clubs: Hob- by 2, Leaders 2: Library 13 Intra- mural Sports 1, 2. WILLIAM N. McGACKIN "Monk" "Swings his way to greater accom- plishments." Student Council 1g Homeroom President 2g Gymnas- tics 1, 2, 4. Committees: Assem- blies 1, 2. Clubs: Chess 23 Mathe- matics 1. ROBERT McCHESNEY HBob9! "Knows how to look at a chassis." Homeroom President lg Desk Mon- itor 1. Clubs: Angling 1: Gunning Club 1. PATRICIA E. McGOWAN Clpatll "A smile that never ceases." Home- room Scretary 1. Committees: Dances 2, Prom 3. Clubs: Hobby 23 Study Hall 1. 52 KATHLEEN A. McDONNELL 6lKath!! "Happy to be alive." Student Coun- cil 2, 3, 4: Homeroom Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4g Lunch Monitor 43 Girls Athletic Association 1, 2. Commit- tees: Log Collector 1, 2, 3, 4. Clubs: Drama 23 Drill Team 1, 23 Home Decorations 1. ROBERT McKAY, IV UBob!! "His method is wit, his outcome is laughter." Merit Award 3, 4g Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Shore Conference Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Regional 11 Band 3, 4. Committees: Log Staff 43 Log 4. Clubs: Study 2g Rod and Gun 1. ARTHUR D. MEGILL uDennyn "His interests are down to earth." Clubs: Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN T. McMULLAN HMack,, He was born to the horn." Trans- ferred from Keyport High School 3. Band 3, 4, Dance Band 45 Bas- ketball 3. Committees: Assemblies H 3, 4. THOMAS S. McKENZIE J "Kenzie" "He walks through the halls of happiness." Student Council 4: Homeroom Treasurer 4: Library Council 4. Clubs: Biology 1, 25 Typ- ing 2: Cat Dissection 3. GERARD L. MIRAGLIA "Gi-Rod" "Live today, tomorrow is not." Stu- dent Council 4g Gymnastic 1. Clubs: Chess 1, 2: Study Hall 1, 2. 53 BARBARA A. McNAMARA "Barb" "She is the possessor of humor, wit, and honesty." Merit Award 3, 4, Student Council 1, 25 Junior Red Cross Council 3: Homeroom Vice- President 15 Student Guide 25 Of- fice Aids 4g G. A. A. 1, 2. Com- mittees: Assembly 2, Log 4. Clubs: Golf 1, 3g Junior Red Cross. KENNETH G. MOERSCHEL ,. . ClKen!! "Our thoughts and dreams are our own." Merit Award 3. Clubs: Art lg Chess 25 Foreign Language 3. ROBERT F. MOORE 'fBob" "To hear him speak and see him smile, you were in paradise all the while." National Honor Society 33 Merit Award 33 Student Council 2, 4, Vice-President 43 Leadership Conference 2, 43 Boys State Alter- nate 33 County Day 33 Homeroom Vice-President 33 TraHic Squad 3, 43 Guide 2, 33 Usher 33 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Gymnastics 13 Track 2, 3. Clubs: Cooking 1. RAYMOND P. MURPHY Hpaulii "There is only one way to achieve happiness on this terrestrial ball- to have a clear conscience or none at all." Transferred from Ft. Van- couver High School, Vancouver, Washington 2. Merit Award 33 Choir 2, 3. Clubs: Creative Writing 2. PETER E. MORRIS "Pete" "Charm us, orator - all await to hear thee speak." Student Council 1, 2, 3, President 4, Leadership Conference 43 Library Council 23 Science Fair 33 Desk Monitor 3, 43 Football Parking 3, 43 Decoration Displays 1, 2, 3, 4. Committees: As- semblies 1, 3, 4. Clubs: Archae- ology lg Foreign Language 33 Spanish 3. .srl if-'ii - 4 ' .f.'f MWQQEWQQ - 3. . Agne .1 HARRY E. NAROZNIAK .3 .Q V "In every deed of mischief he had ' f a heart to resolve, a head to con- ' 3 ' trive, and a hand to execute." ' i"' 3 A' Baseball 2. Committees: Visual Aids 2. Clubs: Auto Mechanics 13 We me Ei? magma 515' a wfaai 'thaw wg, Y My M - , , t'::2.' . -lim' ' -ff "-waz. 1. M wet.. ' V- ,, 'Emk :x ff .M 1211- 1 ,. '-7-eg Yxjfggsfi. , j e -V ' - . -' -' 3.155423 X "2 " . Q 14 Eff , 3 L ' '11-. H fe 3 J xx .JA us... 4 2 .33 Shop 2. 54 CAROLYN M. MOUNT "Carolyn" "Quiet and composed in a friendly manner." Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 33 Homeroom Treasurer 1, 2g Traiiic Squad 43 G.A.A. 1, 2. Clubs: Charm 13 Future Homemakers of America 2. LILLIAN NEMETH IlLill, "Small of stature, great of heart." Audio-Visual Aids 33 Girls Athletic Association 1. Clubs: Golf 23 Li- brary 1. res .5 JUDITH R. NEWMAN ClKid7! "Spontaneous joy and natural con- tent." Transferred from Elkton High School, Maryland 2. Girl's Glee Club 3. Clubs: Chess 2. KAREN L. PARKER "Bridgot" "An ounce of gladness is worth a pound of sorrow." Office Aid 4. Clubs: Chess 25 Library 1. PETER K. NUNEZ ClPete!, "He performs his service on the athletic fields." Transferred from Lebanon Connecticut High School 2. National Honor Society 33 Merit Award 3, 49 Safety Patrol 33 Base- ball 2, 3, 4g Basketball 2, 3, 45 Football 3, 4. Committees: Class Dances 3, 4, Prom 3, 4, Log Col- lector 4. Clubs: Sports 2. W. A A- .,.. , K' sk. ' ' it .fy eece ',.. lre 3 1? 3 fI!,,.,.,. .',.,, 1, ecrree i A ."' K f zigiy gifizt. PAMELA ANN PARENTEAU lCPamll "There's laughter in the air when this gal's there." Transferred from Agua-Fria Union High School, Arondale, Arizona 3. Committees: Log Staff 4, Prom 45 Visual Aids 4. ,. C WAYNE PATTERSON xcwayneys "My mind is made up, don't bother me with facts." Industrial Arts Award 3. Clubs: Bowling 49 Chess 2, Typing 1. if , . A . '-.4 bw , A . H .. I T. . ,yk ,E ' , CAROLYN P. PATCHIN p "Carol" .E 1 ,Q "In silence lies her happiness." '- 57" 1 Homeroom President lg G.A.A. 1, i V, - 2, 4. Clubs: Leaders lg Study Hall . V ,.iV,e 5 29 Tumbling Team 3, 4. A X" iii ii ii , fy 4 i'if . 1 ..., 55 .HAA .... GLADYS M. PEACE "Gladys" "The thing that goes the farthest towards making life worth while, that costs the least and does the most, .is just a pleasant smile." Li- brary Council 1, 2, 33 G.A.A. 4. Clubs: Future Homemakers of America 4, Library 1, 2, 3. GENEVIEVE C. PELLETT CfGen,9 "Knows how to make the best of everything." Student Council lg Jr. Red Cross Council 13 Girl's Ath- letic Association 1, 2, 3. Commit- tees: Dance Committee lg Clubs: Leaders Club 1, Study Hall 2. MARY PEARSAIL ccMary9s "Once a stranger, now a friend." Transferred from Springfield High School, Lucama, North Carolina 4. BETTY LOU PERCHALSKI 66Betn "She's as natural as her style." Merit Award lg Jr. Red Cross Council 3, 4, Homerbpm Vice-Pres- ident 2, Homeroom Secretary 15 Lunch Monitor 45 Decoration Dis- plays 3, 43 Girl's Athletic Associa- tion 1, 2, 4. Committees: Log 4: Class Dances 13 Prom 3. Clubs: Art 2, Cooking 15 Twirling 3. CAROL A. PEASE "Carol" "Perky and bright, success is in sight." National Honor Society 35 Merit Award 1, 3, Student Council 3, Jr. Red Cross Council 1, Home- room Vice-President lg Secretary 23 Traffic Squad 2, 3, 45 Football Parking 15 G. A. A. Sports Award 35 Usher 3, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Committees: Log Staff 4, Dances 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom 3. Clubs: Drill Team 2, 35 F. T. A. 23 Typing 1. ROBERT M. PETERS lCBob!9 "Taking it easy is his favorite pastime." Soccer 1, 2. Clubs: For- eign Language 3g Photography 13 Sports 2. RICHARD L. PHELAN "Richie" "A hunter in all his endeavors." Industrial Arts Award 2. Clubs: Rod and Gun 1, Typing 2. BENJAMIN R. POGUE, JR. CKBenN "Tall enough to have his own out- look on life." National Honor So- ciety 3, Merit Award 2, 3, Stu- dent Council 2, 4g Band 1, 2, Traf- fic Squad 2, 3g Usher 33 Football 2, 3, 4g Track 1, 2, 3, 4. Commit- tees: Log Staff 45 Prom 3, Assem- blies 1, 2, Log Collector 4. Clubs: Chemistry 3, Golf 1, Sports 2. WILLIAM L. PILLIS, JR. "Bill" "Quiet, but don't let him fool you." Merit Award 35 Gymnastics 2, 3. Clubs: Auto Mechanics 3g Hobby 1g Shop 1, 2, 3, 43 Sophomore Sports Club 29 Typing 2. EILEEN H. POLING CC H I "Good times center her life." Homeroom Treasurer 1, 2, Office Aid 1g Gir1's Athletic Association 4. Committees: Prom 3, Assem- blies 1. Clubs: Future Nurses of America 3, 4, Study 2, Typing 1, 2. 57 EDWARD F. PLAMONDON uBig Ed!! "He'll do anything once, for a laugh." Stagehand 3. Clubs: Pho- tography lg Study Hall 35 Typing, Shop 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 4. DONALD T. POTTER KlDon79 "A small guy with a big heart." Play Cast lg Gymnastics 2. Clubs: Chess 1, 2. . Y, 7, WILLIAM J. POWELL KCBHIH "Man about the town." Clubs: Chess 1, 2. MARIANNE A. RAPPA "Marianne" "Quiet and gentle, so really not shy, every one likes her, we don't wonder why." Committees: Assem- blies 35 Visual Aids 3. Clubs: Drama 1: Study Hall 2. HARLEY H. PRETTY UPret9! "Rough and tough, and good enough." Homeroom President 1, 2: Football 1, 2, 3g Track 1, 2. Clubs: Mathematics 1, 23 Study Hall 1, 2g Safety Patrol 3. A , K: y ,.., , PM 'im Vw K 5: K ' w mv ,, ' We - iHiinz:sfW" -- : isiiiiif . W I s . V A ff" . JAMES F. REED "Jim" "A laugh and a prayer will keep him happy anydayf' Office Aid lg Gymnastics 2, 3, 4. Clubs: Hobby 1, Typing 2. 58 MARIE E. PUGH "Marie" 'iLife is for living and I'm glad to be alive." Choir 1, Office Aid 4, Gi1'l's Athletic Association 1. Com- mittees: Assemblies 1. Clubs: Hob- by 2, Leaders Club 1. MARJORIE L. REED ClMarg,!! "A pleasing personality that makes everyone like her." Library Coun- cil 2: Choir 1, 2g Girl's Athletic As- sociation 1, 4. Clubs: Drama 1. :W Stix PATRICIA A. REINHOLD "Pat "She is one of our few redheads, and is possessed of a big heart and dispostion that matches her hair." Girl's Athletic Association 4. Clubs: Bowling 4, Chess 2, Distributive Education 4: Study Hall 1. RACHEL A. RICHARDSON "Rachel" "Rachel is a quiet easy going per- son, always smiling and cheerful." Clubs: Choral Group 3, 4, Study 1. RONALD W. REYNOLDS "Ronnie" "A hard worker, a good friend." National Honor Society 35 Merit Award 1, 2, 35 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 43 Traffic Squad 45 Student Guide 2, 3: Usher 33 Student Ath- letic Equipment Manager 4. Com- mittees: Log Staff 4: Class Dance 2, Prom 3: Assemblies 2. Clubs: Rod and Gun 1: Sports 2. GLEN A. RISING KKGlen1, "Greater men than I have lived, but I don't believe it." Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Committees: Log Staff 4. Clubs: Chess 15 Study Hall 2. 59 RICHARD B. RICE K6Dick!! "Enough work to do and strength enough to do it." Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society 35 Merit Award 1, 2, 3, Student Council 2, Band 1, 25 Orchestra 33 Tennis 1,,2, 3, 4. Committees: Class Dances 1, 2, 3: Log 43 Play Ticket Committee 3, 4. Clubs: Mathematics 25 Typing 1. ANDRIS ROBINS 6lAndy99 "Life is a jest, all things show it, I thought so once, but now I know it." Merit Award 23 Basketball 2, 4: Soccer 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4. Clubs: Bridge 2: Chemistry 3, Chess lg Nuclear Physics 4. -"P" . ...L A A I ,,:.A,, ,E PATRICIA M. ROBINSKY S6Pat77 "Another one of our quiet girls, one who has such a pleasing per- sonality." Student Council 2g Gir1's Athletic Association 1, 2. Commit- tees: Class Dance 3. Clubs: Dis- tributive Education 43 Library 1, 2, 33 Photography 1. JOHN D. ROCCO "Rock" "Here's a lad, tall, blond and hand- some. His friends are many." Traf- fic Squad 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 4. Clubs: Radio 13 Safety Patrol 3. EVELYN A. ROBINSON "Evelyn" "A girl we admire, one who never seems to tire." National Honor So- ciety 3g Merit Award 1, 33 Student Council 43 Red Cross Council 13 Homeroom Secretary 3, 43 Student Guide 33 Decoration Displays 1, 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Committees: Log Staff 43 Class Dances 1, 2, 3, 4. Prom 3. Clubs: F.T.A. 1, 23 Play 4. CAROLE ANN RODI "Carole" "With a grin here and there, she hardly ever has a care." Student council 1, 33 Lunch Monitor 3g Girl's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. Committees: Class Plays 3, 43 Assemblies 2, 33 Prom 3g Log 4. Clubs: Drama 33 Future Home- makers of America 23 Home Eco- nomic Careerists 2g Home Eco- nomics 1. , LEONARD A. ROBINSON ullennyn "No person has ever seen him glumg he is always full of fun." Homeroom Vice President 13 Ush- er 33 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4g Log Collector 4. Clubs: Study 1. JOHN R. RODNEY "Jack" "His role is pompous, but he's never noisy enough to cause a rumpusf' Asbury Park Press 23 Spirit 23 Gymnastics 1. Clubs: Chess 2g Science Club 1. JOY M. ROGERS KlJoy9! "Snappy, clever, and full of fun." National Honor Society 35 Merit Award 1, 2, 35 Student Council 1, 2, 43 Girls State 3g Homeroom Treasurer 1, 2, Play Cast 1, 2: Desk Monitor 33 Student Guide 23 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Committees: Prom 3: Assemblies 1, 2, Log Collector 1, 2, 4. Clubs: Drama 25 Leaders Club lg National Thespian Society 3, 4. MARSHA R. ROSENBLUM "Marsha" "O mildest manners and gentle- ness of heart." Merit Award lg Jr. Red Cross Council 15 Library Coun- cil 1, Student Guide 1, Lunch Mon- itor 4g Usher 3, Girls Athletic Association 1. Committees: Class Plays 35 Class Dances 1, 2, Assem- blies 1, 23 Log Committee 4. Clubs: F.H.A. 3, 4: F.T.A. 4, Library 1. ADA A. ROMAN l6Ada9! "She has always been very quiet in classes but outside of school we've found her full of fun and very likeable." Junior Red Cross Council 2, Homeroom Secretary 13 Girls Athletic Association 1, 4. Clubs: Art lg Bridge 2, Distribu- tive Education 4. LARRY ROSLIN uLarryn "The wildest colts make the best horses." Homeroom President lg Gymnastics 1, 2. Clubs: Chess 1. 61 DONALD ROONEY HDOHU "Grave and calm and capable too, a lot can be expected from you." Merit Award 1, 2, 3g County Day 35 Homeroom Vice President 23 Frosh Night Manager 3, Ushers 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Clubs: Sports 1, 2. BERTRAND G. ROTTKAMP flBert,7 "Earnest, conscientious, eager to oblige." Merit Award 1, 2, 3, Traf- fic Squad 3g Student Guide 3, Lunch Monitor 3: Baseball 1, 2: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 3, 4. Com- mittees: Prom 33 Assemblies 1. Clubs: Chess 1, Sports 2. SANDRA C. RUDA usandyn "All's cold and grey without her." Red Cross Council 2, 35 Band 15 Ushers 35 Receptionist 45 Girl's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. Committees: Class Plays 45 Log Committee 4. Clubs: Hobby: Typ- ing 1. ROBERT ALAN SAGOTSKY fCB0b9, "There is method in all he has done." Merit Award 1 25 Cross Country 35 Soccer 4. Clubs: Bridge 25 Golf 1. DAVID P. RUDOLPH "Perry Winkles" "A classmate steady, staunch and true." Desk Monitor 1. Clubs: Art 1, 2. PETER J. SAKER "Pete" "Nice personality, but full of ras- cality." Merit Award 1, 35 Traffic Squad 25 Lunch Monitors 45 Ush- ers 35 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrest- ling 45 Gymnastics 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 3, 4. Committees: Log Staff 45 Class Dances 35 Prom 3. Clubs: Golf 1, 2. 62 . 2 I RONALD P. RUPPRECT "Ronnie" "None but himself can be his par- allel." Merit Award 2, 35 Home- room President 2, 35 Traffic Squad 2, 3: Frosh Night Manager 35 Ush- ers 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1. Clubs: Golf 15 Sports 2. DELLAMARIA SAUL CiDele!! "The happiest heart with a lively beat." Homeroom Secretary 25 Choir 2, 45 Lunch Monitor 45 Dec- orations Displays 1, 2, 35 G.A.A. 1, 2. Committees: Class Dances 25 Assembly 2. Clubs: Dancing 25 Leaders Club 1, 2. BARBARA L. SAVAGE "Barb" "Always working, all the while, claiming ways, individual style." Transferred from Point Pleasant High School 25 Merit Award 35 Student Council 4, Choir 3, 45 G.A.A. Sports Award 3, 45 G.A.A. 3, 4. Committees: Assemblies 3, 4, Log Committee 45 Ring 3. Clubs: Bowling 3, 4g Choral Group 3, 43 Music 2, 3, 4, Typing 2. EDIS SCHWARTZ i6EdiS!9 "She willingly lends her efforts to help her followmenf' Merit Award 3, 4g Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. Committees: Log 45 Clubs: Future Teacher of America 1,43 Typing 1. STANLEY L. SCHANCK "Stan" "Happy am I for I do what I like." Clubs: Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4 g Representative at Massachusetts Exposition 4. MIRIAM SCHWARTZ f'Mimi" "Ability involves responsibility." Merit Award 35 Student Council lg Homeroom President, Vice Presi- dent 2, 35 Orchestra 1, 2, Traflic Squad 3, 4, Lunch Monitor 43 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Committees: Class Plays 23 Class Dances 43 Assem- blies 1, 2, 35 Log 4: Log Collector 4. Clubs: F.T.A. 3, 4, Golf 25 Pub- lic Speaking 1. JEAN ANN B. SCHUBER "Jeanie" "Her helping hand brings happi- ness to others." Merit Award 35 Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 33 G.A.A. 1. Committees: Dance lg Log Collector 4, Visual Aids 3, 4. Clubs: Knitting 23 Leaders lg Li- bary 1. ETHEL E. SCHWARZ "Ethel" "A wonderful person with a win- ning smile." Merit Award 1, 3, 45 Junior Red Cross Council lg Choir 1, 23 Traffic Squad 3, 43 Desk Mon- itor 3g Student Guide 35 Ofiice Aid 45 G. A. A. 4. Committees: Log Stai 4, Assemblies 1, 2. Clubs: Charm 1, F. H. A. 2. ..,1 '2,, . . JUTTA G. SCHWARZ "Jutta" "Life's a pudding full of plums." Traffic Squad 2, 3, 45 Girl's Ath- letic Association. Clubs: Bowling 35 Golf 25 Typing 1. MICHAEL D. SHERMAN "Mickey" "His deeds today spell success in the future." National Honor So- ciety 35 Junior Red Cross Council 35 Homeroom Treasurer 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 25 Science Fair 35 Usher 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 45 Committees: Log Staff 45 Prom 35 Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4. Clubs: Chemistry 35 Chess 25 Typing 15 Varsity Track 3. EVELYN J. SEFFLER CGEVD "A sunny disposition is the soul of success." Merit Award 35 Student Council Alternate 2, 35 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Committees: Prom 3, 45 Assemblies 1, 35 Log 4. Clubs: Drill Team 3, 45 F. N. A. 3, 45 Hobby 25 Intramural Manager 15 Leaders Club 1. CARL E. SLEZAK "cam "He treads the path of silence." Lunch Monitors 4. Clubs: Archae- ology 15 Art 2. 64 CYNTHIA F. SHERMAN ucindyn "A capable mind, a generous soul, and a willing heart." Merit Award 35 Student Council 15 Spirit 15 Choir 15 Guide 35 Lunch Monitor 35 Usher 2, 35 Gymnastics 3, 45 Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4. Clubs: Knit- ting 25 Charm 2. Committees: Log Staff 45 Class Play 3, 45 Class Dances 1, 2, 3, 45 Prom 3, 4. MARY ANN SLOBODA "Mary Ann" "She is tall and stately and moves with grace and ease." Merit Award 35 Homeroom Secretary 1, 25 Color Guard 2, 35 Choir 15 G.A.A. 35 Clubs: Home Economic Careerist 15 Study Hall 2. BARBARA A. SMITH "Bobbie Ann" "Youth is full of sport, youth is gay and bold." Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3: Homeroom Treas- urer 1g Choir 3, 45 Ushers 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Committees: Class Dances 1, 2: Log 4. Clubs: Art 1, Study Hall 2. i SUSAN J. SMITH Cisue!! "Diligence is the mother of good fortune." Merit Award 35 Student Council 3, Homeroom Vice Presi- dent 1, 25 Choir 1, 2, 43 Girls En- semble 4g Guide 45 Girls Athletic Association 1, 2. Committees: Log Business Manager 4: Class Dance 1, 23 Prom 35 Assembly 1, 2, 35 Clubs: Chemistry 33 Drama 2: Drill Team 1, 2, 3, Leaders 1, 2. ' ' we fris - :J ,gi-'.f5ff 2 " 1 f' A, f1555i5':- , , If f l? DOROTHY A. SMITH "Dottie" "Flaming red hair to match her warm heart." Clubs: Art 1' Knit- ting 2. ROBERT D. SOKOL uB0b9! HARRIET S. SMITH "Harriet" "Liked by all, and to all a good friend." Spirit 3, 45 Choir 4: Girl's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, Re- ceptionist 4. Committees: Senior Ball 4: Assemblies 4g Log Staif 4. Clubs: Hobby 25 Study Hall 1. GEORGE E. SOLAKIAN "George" "No man is the wiser for his learn- ing." Clubs: Chess 25 Checker 2, Study Hall lg Distributive Educa- tion 4. "A searcher in quest of knowl- edge." Lunch Monitor -4. Commit- tees: Log Staff 4: Class Play 3. Clubs: Chess 1, 25 Intramural Man- agers 1, 2. 65 PASQUALE F. SPANO CCPat!9 "The aim, if reached, makes great the life." Transferred from Arts High School, Newark 1. Lunch Monitor 2. Committees: Play 43 Assemblies 3, 4. Clubs: Biology 43 Bowling 45 Choral Group 4, Drama 2, 3, 4. WARREN SPENCER "Warren" "Still lives for one song more." Merit Award 1g Homeroom Presi- dent 2, 3, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Football Parking 4: Gymnastics 4. Clubs: Industrial Arts 1. ELAINE F. SPARKS ClFran,! "Always an asset, never a liabil- ity." Merit Award 3, Red Cross Council 1, 2, Conference 13 Home- room Treasurer 1, Band 3, 4, G.A.A. Sports Award 3, Decora- tion Displays 13 Ushers 2, 39 G.A.A. Council 2, 3, 4. Committees: As- semblies lg Log Staff 4. Clubs: Fu- ture Nurses of America 2, Intra- mural Manager lg Typing 1. :Z Wt' lf' WILLIAM M. SPENCER KCBillS9 "His ways are ways of pleasant- ness." Student Council 25 Usher 2 r Class Dances 1, 23 Assemblies 3. Clubs: Typing 2, Rod and Gun 1, 66 Q. JAMES SPATARO "Spats" "Power to please." Transferred from Morris High School, Bronx 3. Clubs: Study Hall 4. ANITA F. SPEZZANO Hspezzii "She shall have music wherever she goes." Merit Award 2, Home- room Secretary 2, Homeroom Treasurer 3, 45 Play Cast 3, Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 45 All State 3, 45 G.A.A. Sports Award 33 Ushers 1, 2, 33 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, President 43 Girls Gymnastic Team 3. Committees: Assemblies 1, 2, 3. Clubs: Chess 1, Leaders 2. FREDERICK P. STAFFLINGER "Fred" "A big spirit in a tall frame." Merit Award 35 Homeroom Vice- President 25 Usher 35 Baseball 2. Committees: Prom 3. Clubs: Bridge 25 Rod and Gun 1. KENNETH D. STATTEL lKKen9! Ulnwardness, mildness, and self- renouncement do make for man's happiness." Decoration display 35 Usher 3. Committee: Assemblies 2. Clubs: Future Farmers of Amer- ica 1, 2, 3, 4. CARL L. STANFORD A . Qeiiiii, . "Have joke - must tell." Home- room Vice-president 1, 25 Spirit 45 ' Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 45 glgisctgigg 4. Clubs: Sophomore V, ,Ny k:r- ,A,.-,,f,, A rrky rkii gg as 'i ff DIANE R. STRICKMAN "Diane" "Earnestness is the salt of elo- quencef' Student Council 1, 2, 35 Homeroom Treasurer 1, 25 Spirit 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Science Fair 35 National Thespian 3, Vice-Presi- dent 45 Guide 1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. Sports Award 15 Ofliice Aid 15 Dis- plays 1, 2, 35 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Coun- cil 45 Gymnastics 1, 2. Committees: Log Staff 45 Plays 1, 25 Student Director 3, 45 Dances 1, 2, 3, 45 Prom 3, 45 Assemblie 1, 2, 3. Clubs: Drama 3, 45 F. T. A. 1. OLIVE C. STANLEY "Olive Oil" "I like school - but let's leave it there." Junior Red Cross Council 25 Lunch Monitor 4. Clubs: Charm 15 Choral Reading 25 Study Hall 3. KARL L. STUTZMAN ssKarl9s ' "Earnest effort appreciated by all." Library Council 15 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Lunch Monitor 25 Decoration Dis- plays 1, 2, 3, 45 Science Fair 35 Usher 35 Cross Country 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4. Committees: Prom 35 As- semblies 2. Clubs: Biology 25 Chemistry 35 Library 1. SALLY ANN SWEET "Sweetie" "True, sincere, and real - loved by all." Student Council 1, 2, 35 Lunch Monitor 35 Ofiice Aids 45 Girls Athletic Association 1. Com- mittees: Log 4. Clubs: Photog- raphy 15 Study 2. SYBOL E. TANNER Ksibn "Her style is her smile." Trans- ferred from Lyndon Institute, Ver- mont 2. Usher 35 Girl's Athletic Association 3. Clubs: Bowling 35 Study Hall 2. CHESTER A. SZYMANSKI flchetn "Virtue I grant you is an empty boastg but shall the dignity of vice be lost." Homeroom President 25 Basketball 15 Gymnastics 1. Clubs: Golf 25 Typing 1. JOYCE J. TAMAI ilJ0y1! "Whatever there be of sorrow put off til tomorrow." Merit Award 35 Library Council 35 Student Guide 35 Lunch Monitors 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Committees: Visual Aids 3. Clubs: Bridge 2. GEORGE E. TAYLOR "Georgie" "I love fools' experiments5 I'm al- ways trying them." Gymnastics 1, 2, 3. Clubs: Bridge 2. FRANK K. TASHJIAN Kent' Worry kills many men-Im still living." Student Council 1. Com- mittees: Prom 3. Clubs: Bridge 25 Typing 1. JOHN TEDESCO "Tee" "Expresses himself in the simplest style." Homeroom President lg Homeroom Vice-President 25 Foot- ball 1. Clubs: Auto Mechanics 25 Gun Club 1. ARTHUR R. THOMPSON lCArt,! "Free thinkers are generally those who never think at all." Clubs: Bridge 2, Radio 1. ' f. if-it 4...... 1 ' 4 nels CAROL TERPACK "Carol" "What sweet delight a quiet life affords." Lunch Monitor 4, Girl's Athletic Association 3, 4. Clubs: Bridge 25 Cooking 1. DONALD J. THOMPSON UD D Jtn "Many accomplishments in a quiet manner." Merit Award 35 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Soccer 4. Committees: Log Staff 43 Class Plays 2, 3, 43 Prom 33 Log 4. Clubs: Bowling 4, Chess 2, Hobby 13 Industrial Arts 1, 2, 3, 4. ELIZABETH ANN TERRY KCBetsy7! "While drawn to white, she blush- es often." Spirit 19 Oiltice Aid lg Decoration Displays 23 G. A. A. 1, 2,N3. Committees: Class Plays 23 Class Dances 25 Prom 4, Assem- blies 2g Log Committee 4. Clubs: F. N. A. 2, 3, 4, Typing 1. DONALD N. THOMPSON KlFl,0g!! "Mischief lurks in this male." Clubs: Industrial Arts 1, 2, 3, 4. Study 1, 2. "Barb" EVA S. TOMPKINS "Little Eve" "Wit and wisdom compose her ways." Red Cross Council 3g Traf- fic Squad 43 Student Guide 23 Of- iice Aids 3, 43 Decoration Displays 1, 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Gym- nastics 3, 4. Committees: Election 33 Prom 43 Log 4. Clubs: Chem- istry 33 F.H.A. 43 F.N.A. 2, 3, 43 tumbling 3, 43 Math 1. MICHAEL M. TOUBIN "Miken "A gentleman forever-happy and content." Student Council 23 Home- room President 33 Library Council 2, 33 Traffic Squad 2, 33 Desk Mon- itor 23 Student Guide 2, 33 Foot- ball 1. Committees: Class Plays 4. Clubs: Future Teachers of Amer- ica 4g Industrial Arts 1, 2, 33 Li- brary 2, 33 Mechanical Drawing 43 Photography 2. , GILBERT A. TOON CIGH!! He seldom speaks, but Wise men are often silent." Student Guide 3. Committees: Log Collector 4. Clubs: Archeology 13 Radio 2. BARBARA A. TUFENKJIAN "Impossible is a word not in her vocabulary." Class Secretary As- sistant 33 Class Treasurer 43 Na- tional Honor Society 33 Merit Award 1, 2, 33 Student Council 23 Red Cross Council 13 Library Council 1, 2, 33 Guide 43 G.A.A. 1, 2, 43 Committees: Log Staff 43 Dances 1, 2, 43 Prom 3. Clubs: Library 1, 23 Intramurals 1, 2. KALMAN F. TORNICK KCKal!l "So you think you're a professor, huh ?" Merit Award 3. Clubs: Chess 23 Rod and Gun 13 Study Hall 2. ALEXANDER J. TUYAHOV lKAleX9! "He is worthy of all the best." National Honor Society 33 Merit Award 1, 2, 33 Student Council 33 Red Cross Council 23 County Day 3g Homeroom President 1, Vice- President 2, Secretary 3, 43 Base- ball 2, 3, 43 Soccer 3, 4. Commit- tees: Log Staff 43 Dances 2, 33 Prom 33 Assemblies 1, 2. Clubs: Chess 1, 23 French 3g Shop 1. 11 , -1145" 4, , ' 3 "Carol" PATRICIA M. UDEATZKY SlPat!! "A kind heart is a fountain of gladnessf' Student Council 33 Homeroom Secretary, 1, 43 Choir 23 G.A.A. Sports Award 1, 3g Office Aids 1, 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Committees: Class Plays 3g Prom Clubs: Drama 13 Drill Team 2, 33 33 Assemblies 2, 3g Log Staff 4. Future Teachers of America 2. CAROL ANN VAN DERVEER ffc. A." "Makes everything near freshen in- to smiles." Junior Red Cross Coun- cil lg Choir 13 Traffic Squad 2, 33 G.A.A. Sports Award 33 Oflice Aid lg Usherette 13 Girl's Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 33 Council 4. Com- mittees: Dances 23 Prom 33 As- sembly 1. Clubs: Art 13 Future Homemakers of America 43 Typ- ing 2. DANIEL B. URBELIS ClDan9, "My head may be in the clouds, but my feet are on the ground." Library Council 1, 43 Traffic Squad 43 Football 1, 2. Clubs: Bowling 1, 2, 43 Dancing 13 Library 1, 2, 3, 4. 4.-va ' ff V52 3 -,131 f, ..,m ..,, X, ,. .nf , ::,ggq,.-2. 52 I A ,..,fwi . ,. .3 Qi 3115 lsr it CAROL J. VANDERVEER "Enjoys her day in a laughing way." Merit Award 13 Junior Red Cross Council 23 Desk Monitor lg Lunch Monitor 43 G.A.A. 1, 2, Coun- cil 3. Committees: Dances 1, 23 As- semblies 2, 33 Log Committee 4. Clubs: Drama 23 Drill Team 1, 2, 33 Future Nurses of America 4: Lead- ers Club 1, 2. WILLIAM S. VAN BENTHUYSEN "Dutch" "An individual-optimistic and con- servative." National Honor Society 33 Merit Award 3g Homeroom Vice- President 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 3, Shore Conference 33 Dance Band 33 Foot- ball 3, 43 Tennis 13 Track 2. Com- mittees: Prom 33 Assembly 23 Log Collector 4. Clubs: Aviation 2. JOSEPH H. VANDERVEER C6J0e79 "The happiest people seem to be those who have no particular rea- son for being happy except that they are so." Gymnastics 2, 3. Clubs: Study 1, 2. 46-lacks! ,, Q. VIVIAN E. VANDERVEER "Cookie" "If I could not go to heaven with a party, I would not go at all." Transferred from Keyport High School 2. Student Council 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Vice-President 45 Gymnas- tics 4. Committees: Class Plays 3, 45 Assemblies 3, 45 Log 4. Clubs: Hobby 2. LUCILLE A. VISCEGLIA 6tLucy99 "Service-her first name, depend- ability-her last." National Honor Society 35 Merit Award 1, 2, 35 Student Council 1, 35 Red Cross Council 35 Transcript 25 Spirit Staff 3, 45 Library Council 1, 35 Choir 1, 25 Trafic Squad 2, 35 Chairman 45 Lunch Monitor Chair- man 45 Displays 35 Log Staff 45 Plays 3, 45 Dances 1, 2, 3, 45 Prom 35 Assemblies 1, 2, 35 Leaders 15 Guide 3, 45 Typing 2. RUSSELL F. VAN PELT HRUSSN "Life's greatest adventure is in doing one's level best." Baseball 2. Clubs: Rod and Gun 15 Study Hall 2. JOHN J. VOGEL "Laughter is his style: wit is his reason." Transferred from St. Al- oysius, Jersey City, New Jersey 25 Merit Award 3. Committees: Plays 3, 45 Dances 25 Prom 3, 45 Log Committee 4. Clubs: Chess 2. MARIAN H. VEXLER ClMar7Y "Always ready to do her share- and ever capable of it." Junior Red Cross Council 35 Library Council 25 Choir 15 Traffic Squad 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Committees: Log Staff 45 Class Plays 3, 45 Class Dances 15 Prom 35 Assembly 1. Clubs: Drama 1, 3, 45 Great Books 3. ELIZABETH VONDRAS uBettyn "She may be shy, but watch her temper." Transferred from Middle- town High School 25 Oflice Aids 3. PHILIP D. VOTA "Jinx" "Happy-go-lucky, always free: Why aren't they all as content as me?" Student Council 1, Decoration Dis- plays 1, 2. Committees: Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4. Clubs: Future Farmers of America 2, 3, 4. JANIS C. WARDELL ClJan99 "Sweet and gracious, even in com- mon speech." Merit Award 1, 3, Student Council 4, Homeroom Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 43 Choir 15 Stu- dent Guide 4g Lunch Monitor 33 Decoration Displays 2: Usherette 1. Committees: Class Plays 43 Class Dances 4: Prom 3: Assemblies 1, 2, Log 45 Log Collector 1, 2, 3. Clubs: Cooking 1: Typing 2. PATRICIA A. WALKER ClPat!! "The unspoken word never does harm." Clubs: Chess 23 Library 1. DAVID F. WEEDEN lKDave99 "My height affords me a good over- view." Committees: Assemblies 4. Clubs: Archery 4, Auto Mechanics 1: Sophomore Sports Club 2, Study Hall 3. 73 RICHARD E. WARD "Richie" "Pm happiest, it seems, when far- thest from my books." Clubs: Study 1, 29 Distributive Education 4. TOBY WEINER urrobyn "The best way to keep good acts in memory is to refresh- them with new." National Honor Society 3g Merit Award 2, 3: Homeroom President 2, 3: Traffic Squad 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Office Aid 4. Com- mittees: Log Staff 4: Dances 1, 2, Prom 3. Clubs: Debating 2: Drama 15 Drill Team 1, 2, French 3. SAMUEL B. WEINSTEIN "Samuel" "When a man seeks your advice he generally wants your praise." Merit Award 35 Student Council 15 Homeroom Treasurer 1, 25 Library Council 15 Lunch Monitor 45 Of- fice Aids 35 Decoration Displays 1. Committees: Assemblies 1, 2. Clubs: Debating 35 Library 1. HARVEY L. WHILLE "Harvey" "To know how to hide one's ability is a great skill." Baseball 1, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Clubs: Basket- ball Oiiicial 25 Golf 15 Intramural Manager 15 Sophomore Sports Club 25 Sports 2. 'lifes ELLEN D. WHALEN C6Dawn!! Her smile is as bright as a new morning sun." Red Cross Council 15 Decoration Displays 25 Ushers 3, 45 G.A.A. 1. Committee: An- nouncements 4. Clubs: F.H.A. 25 Radio 35 Scrabble 15 Study Hall 1. DARLENE C. WHITE lcRed!v "As every thread of gold is valu- able, so is every moment of time." Homeroom Secretary 15 Choir 1, 25 Oiiice Aids 3, 45 Decoration 3, 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 4. Committees: Dance 2, 35 Assemblies 25 Log 4. Clubs: Chemistry 35 F.H.A. 45 F.H.A. Treasurer 45 Leaders 1. n"""'3 dba MAUREEN WHELAN "The Little One" "Let friendship creep gently to its height." Transferred from Central Islip High School, Long Island 3. Merit Award 35 Office Aids 3, 45 Usherette 3. Clubs: Future Home- makers of America 4. FREDDIE G. WILLIAMS 6lFred!! "Each task performed, a smile for each." Library Council 45 Tradic Squad 3, 45 Student Guide 45 Foot- ball Parking 45 Decoration Dis- plays 45 Ushers 4. Committees: Log Staif 4. Clubs: Biology 1, 25 De- bating 2, 35 Bowling Club 4. "Patti" LOUISE F. WILLIAMS "Louise" "What sweet delight a quiet life affords." Library Council 15 Girls Athletic Association 1. Clubs: Biol- ogy 2. MELVIN C. WORTH llMeP! "Every temptation is great or small according to the man." Play Cast 15 Library Council 1, 25 Lunch Monitors 45 Student Council Elec- tion 35 Decoration Displays 25 Ush- ers 3. Committees: Plays 35 Dances 1, 25 Prom 35 Assemblies 15 Log 4. Clubs: Debating 25 Library 2, 3. JAMES WOODS "James" "True merit is like a river: the deeper it is the less noise it makes." Transferred from Tuske- gee Institute, Alabama 2. PATRICIA YAPPS "Her personality is her best fea- ture." Merit Award 2, 35 Red Cross Council 35 Homeroom -President 15 Vice President 25 Treasurer 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 35 Traffic Squad 25 Dec- oration Displays 1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 45 Gymnastics 2. Committees: Log Staff 45 Dances 2, 3, 45 Prom 3, 45 Assemblies 1, 25 Log 4. Clubs: F. T. A. 2, 35 Leaders 1, 2. ' nf - me it-J .-M5 fs ROBERT P. WOOLLEY l6B0b!! "Let me play the fool with laughter let old wrinkles come." Future Farmers of America 4. CECILE LEE ZACKOWITZ "Ceil" "Finds herself in a world of friends." Merit Award 2, 35 Student Council 3, 45 Red Cross Council 1, 25 Spirit 1, 2, 3, 45 Choir 15 Guide 3, 45 Ofiice Aids 2, 3, 45 Ushers 2, 35 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Committees: Dances 25 Prom 45 Assemblies 1, 35 Log 4. Clubs: Charm 25 Chemistry 35 French 35 F.H.A. 35 F.T.A. 3, 45 Leaders 1. DIANA M. ZARZYSKI "Diana" "Virtues high-with a smile in her eye." Student Council 1, 2, Red Cross Council Representative 4, Spirit 1, 2, Majorettes 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 4, Lunch Monitors 4, Dec- oration Displays 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Gymnastics 1, 2. Committees: Log Staff 4, Plays 4, Dances 2, 3, 4, Prom 3, 4, Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4, Log 4. Clubs: Art 2, Leaders 1, Majorette 3, 4, Intramural Man- ager 1. , , KENNETH ZERLIN "Kenneth" "Nothing is more useful than si- lence." Clubs: Study Hall 1. WALTER G. ZEMEL "Walt" "The greatest truths are the sim- plest." Merit Award 3, Play Cast 4, Asbury Park Press 3, Freehold Transcript 3, Spirit Editor-in-chief 3, 4, Library Monitors 1. Commit- tees: Assemblies 2, Dances 2, Log 4. Clubs: Chemistry 3, Chess 1, Great Books 3. WALTER R. ZIMMERER "Walt" "Accuracy is the brother to hon- esty." National Honor Society 3: Merit Award 1, 2, 3, Student Coun- cil 3, 4, Homeroom Secretary 2, 3, Play Cast 3, Traffic Squad 3, P.A. Announcer 3, 4. 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'UNDEHIILASSM N M 'M'- 'M -"mmf - K I V9 4'-as JUNIIJR EL!-X55 L? I ,E gi gmsf., Q, , i1 ROW ONE Cleft to rightlz P. Weld, M. Johnson, M. Woodruff, M. A. Anderson, A. Maisto, W. Sachs, J. Lawrence, K. Hannon, G. Warford, M. Hannon, S. Issaacs, J. Kessler, M. Lykes, G. Hill, ROW TWO Cleft to rightl M. Woodward, G. Hulsart, L. Hill, L. Itinger, V. Kurtz, B. CiCC0l19, M- CHS' tell, A. Anderson, M. Yates, B. Yard, J. Clauberg, E. Abou- hov, B. LaForge, S. Bailey, ROW THREE Cleft to rightjz I. Haynes, C. Williams, S. Arnold, M, Zimmerer, B. Williams, E. Asman, R. Weisgold, B. Hanson, S. Hauck, M. Hareron, J. Ziemiecki, H. Van Brunt, M. Kramer, J. Wilson. ROW FOUR Cleft to right: K. Chisolm, A. Clayton, E. Hindin, L. Kurtz, J. Hamburger, M. Burnce, T. Seaman, J. Whitson, G. Herson, W. Cashion, E. Henderson, R. Weiss, D. Ayres. ROW FIVE Cleft to rightjz S. Silver, F. Burke, J. Johnson, W. Hogan, J. Holmes, H. Hammon, P. Blevins, A. Bitz, C. Wurst, E. Seraiin, D. Harkey, B. Horn, L. Sawyer. ROW SIX Cleft to rightjz B. Camarata, B. Hertz, F. Witman, B. Wagner, P. Getta, D. Schwartz, G. Hanna, J. Swinarski, C. Carlston, M. Hersh, R. Wilson, T.,,Matson. ROW SEVEN Cleft to rightjs T. Blair, L. Carr, D.' Yuhas, K. Zieglar, J. Donovan, M. Wat- son, A. Wyche, CAMERA SHY: M. Kerstin, J. Lang, M. Wise, J. Woolley. . . . and in spite of what she says, its impossible to . . . "Pm making a burlap bag. What are you making?" "Once twice, or twice once, or once twice once." ". . . now the idea is to get . . . the . . silver ball in the little round hole." ROW ONE Cleft to rightlx M. Crine, L. Steinberg, E. Smith, E. Daniels, R. Stulzaft, J. Carman, E. Burdge, P. DeBiase, B. Stohl, G. Stanley, D. Della Pietro, P. Coutinho, L. Stevenson, M. Coma, S. Solakian. ROW TWO Cleft to rightjz E. Driver, S. Jones, C. Swanson, M. Davis, O., Camp, C. Campanella, A. Stroger, M. Karp, S. Ghallager, M. Hannon, J. Lawrence, K. Hannon, N. Colon, M. Burst, R. Jessen, C. Boywitt. ROW THREE Cleft to rightjz T. De Giacomo, L. Kinsey, B. Stafflinger, D. Donbroski, S. Daks, P. Ken- worthy, C. Burke, C. Smith, D. Craven, J. Soden, L. Bradley, B. Storz, G. Davison, C. Landau, E. Matthews, J. Landin, J. Jackson. ROW FOUR Cleft to rightlz E. Sheftz, J. Solakin, A. Cichoski, R. Smith, W. Morris, W. Davison, D. Sherbo, W. Vota, D. Cowhig, D. Stareck, R. Sherman, F. Daidone, V. Decker, W. Gray, R. Jackson, W. Wilson. ROW FIVE Cleft to rightl: J. Collins, R. Jakelis, R. Caroselli, V. Statesir, V. Steinetz, H. Christie, K. Collins, R. Stiles, G. Dore, J. Cobbs, J. Ellington, A. Clax, A. Wyche, B. Smith, R. Dore, S. Cuc- chiara. ROW SIX Cleft to rightl: R. Drelick, B. Cole, F. Easton, S. Shore, A. Cipriano, R. Conley, J. Silvio, G. Sol- logub. CAMERA SHY: S. Brannlund, S. Collins, T. Cornell, P. Crocker, E. Driver, G. Stanley. 83 . , .L,L Um V V "How should I know what it says. It's in Lat- in ROW ONE Cleft to rightlz P. Barr, M. Reiling, J. Bennett, S. Sawicki, N. Beams F. Niemec, J. Barg, M. Borsch, S. Quackenbush, J. Reitf, M. A. Riordan, J. Richens B. Marks. ROW TWO Cleft to rightb: P. Palladino, G. Berta, J. Rietzke, J. Richenson, D. Borowski, H. Boehnke, J. Becker, B. McHenry, J. Nowack, M. Nowiczewsky, L Wagner, S. Pease. ROW THREE Cleft to rightl: R. Ayers, B. Moss, M. Reed, R Applegate, H. Partusch, R. Pierce, R. Nauerz, E. Baker, J. Blain, M. A. Pellet, E. Weck, H. Blackwell, M. Perry. ROW FOUR Cleft to rightj: D. Nowack, V. Alexander, D Petchers, J. Pallante, D. Pine, F. White, S. Oliver, R. Stokes, R. Petrics, R. H. Bark- alow, R. Pillis, F. Barkalow. ROW FIVE Cleft to rightjz J. Rogers, F. Gather, S. Naven- tieri, E. Pugh, S. Baiga, R. Norkus, S. Baskin. CAMERA SHY: W. Abate, R. Barkalow B. Paradise, H. Peace, D. Pinto, O. Robinson, T. Tomano, M. Van Cleaf, A. Yoncak, e wi carry on fraclifion "Our term project - buy- ing one share of stock." 4, I P ,f 1 2 "Hey Zeke! Keep ann eye out for the rev-'noorsl ROW ONE Cleft to rightjz R. Meyer, J. Falcho, B. Kavachak, P. DvorkoE, R Demarca, M. Foy, J. Eggert, M. Duym, I. Kastleman, J. Kessler, J. Engeldt, L. Trojan, G. Hankinsan, L. Salkowitz, J. Koenig. ROW TWO Cleft to rightjs S. Guth, V. Lee, P. King, B. Krupa, S. Herlan, J. Hall, M. Weiner, M. Johnson, P. Vitomski, D. Dronne B. Cyrta, P. Hanaway, M. Reed, E. Jackson, S. Jackson. ROW THREE Cleft to rightjl K. Frick, B. Gunther, T. Kelitz, S. Kusy, L. House, P. Gabriel, B. Freer, J. Hankinson, M. Karr, S. Guner, B. Pogers, L. Griesmer, S. Beamsturfer, L. Hanlon, S. Gallagher, J Lawrence. ROW FOUR Cleft to rightj: V. Gallini, T. Evans, E. Foster, F. Foster, B Jones, B. Guice, M. Burnce, J. Graf, R. Hurley, W. Grinde, W. Cawron, M. Wickleson R. Kamin. ROW FIVE Cleft to rightlz A. Kaktor, D. Hyman, L. Sawyer, D. Gross G. Grauatte, H. Grassberger, P. Getta, E. Robbin, J. Jeifery, R. Kane, T. Jackson, R Rosenshine, R. Fariello, P. Goodman. ROW SIX Cleft to rightj: E. Van Orden, K Katz, N. Popoff, E. Kaplan, H. Groth. CAMERA SHY: D. Duckenfield, J. Hanaway IR. Hendershot, R. Hunt, N. Janwich, L. Johnson, R. Keats, P. Keeley, E. Knoop, R awrence. 5 is 1 9 Don't you get it? He says, 'I didn't use one' Aw c'mon, you get it don't you gl- ff 1. .X4I'lC! QUQI' ROW ONE Cleft to rightj: R. Lang, R. Lewis, R. Von Steenburg, N. Schubel, I Simons, L. Trojan, P. Thompson, P. Sayre, V. Scheidt, M. Layton, E. Terrell, A. Trevi- sano. ROW TWO Cleft to rightlz N. Siano, L. Tuveson, R. Tegeder, G. Scanlon, C Thompson, S. Trojahn, J. Turner, M. Scheidt, J. Riseruado, P. Sweetman, J. Tice, J Tillman, E. Slade. ROW THREE Cleft to righthr R. Stromwasser, O. Tufenkjian, J. Sims W. Walker, R. Sagotsky, L. Rappa, W. Scott, J. Simmons, N. Sherman, V. Schibbanotf: B. Scheidt, M. Slattery, B. Ulrich. ROW FOUR Cleft to rightjz R. Stokes, F. Storz A. Schwerthoffer, L. Sawyer, F. Ruggieri, W. Semko, C. Thomas, J. Schoenherr, E Seratin, T. Ryan, F. Surgent, J. Shaltis. CAMERA SHY: G. Tornick, J. Turner. .. . -W Hiul.. .... W J - Nx..j. -M--5 l Oga 3 bed Tom ." t fd. ROW ONE Cleft to rightjz B. Lee, S. Malone, R. Krueger, E. Medrick, A. Marga J. Manniello, C. Tanner, R. Lang, V. Lee, S. Updyke, C. Narozanick, C. Megill, G Rosenzwig. ROW TWO Cleft to rightjz J. Marriner, E. Wilson, S. Gravatt, W. Sachse J. Lawrence, A. Maisto, E. McGowan, M. Reid, R. Meyer, L. Moore, B. Kowalski, G Updike, C. Sagotsky. ROW THREE Cleft to rightj: J. Malayter, S. Schreiber, R. Lewis M. Maloney, D. Narzowich, M. Jones, J. Venti, P. Loichle, P. Lee, R. Jensen, E. Toyn- bee. S. LaFrance, M. Royal. ROW FOUR Cleft to rightJ: W. Vota, D. Renner, J. Mc- Gillis, W. Morris, G. Mills, H. Lapin, F. Monzillo, F. Magee, D. Mcllvaine, C. Mon- gano, C. Maturo, E. Rachlis. ROW FIVE Cleft to rightlz B. Miles, A. Miller, J. Mc- Creight, F. VanNote, D. Lantier, J. Blair, A. Layton, C. Lloyd, P. Saker, B. Pogue S. Reid, M. Martin, J. Metz. CAMERA SHY: H. Mendelowitz, V. Moschkin, D. Semendy "Hey, Fellas! Grab axes and meet in the greenhouse. One of the plants grab Q M- SUPHIIMDHE EL!-XSS a 1 .. , A. r,,.saz..:gnmsf.uqM.,s-warm-1 .cza 1 ws- un ROW ONE Cleft to rightj: J. Rudmen, N. LeBounty, G. Lang, J. Lamberson, C. Holmes, M. Rodick, S. Schottland, R. Kerwin, V. Kamin, A. Globis, J. Jalowick, P. Smith. ROW TWO Cleft to rightlz G. Huepsch, J. Hamilton, S. Katz, M. Janson, M. Strand, S. Siegel, M. Keck, S. Spezzano, P. King, J. Jasper, J. Hammel. ROW THREE Cleft to rightjz O. Shad- lum, G. Shutzer, A. Urkoif, B. Wright, J. Collins, B. Dmy- tenko, A. Groman, M. Smith, J. Landles, S. Johanson, J. Roncone, B. Smith. ROW FOUR Cleft to rightl: C. Hilton, B. Haymaker, W. Green, H. Kerekes, J. Kane, G. Hagan, K. James, J. Johnson, K. Harshe, E. Sigler, P. Saker. ROW FIVE Cleft to rightjz H. Kurk, M. Samious, F. Guth, R. Hamma, L. Lemman, L. Johnson, J. Scotto, McGuire, J. De- Barrious, M. Kornblhen, K. Maynord. ROW SIX Cleft to rightj: A. Kinsey, J. Hope, B. Hendrickson, D. Hiens, P. Hugus, J. Redmond, K. Minaglia, C. Lathrop, R. Renoug, McDermitt, W. Kazlaukes. ROW SEVEN Cleft to rightjz I. Jones. B. Juliano, F. Colchlin, J. Griffith, E. Foster, K. Lay- ton, B. Kohn, E. Kestern, D. Herbert, A. Jasco. CAMERA SHY: N. Foster, D. Rauch, F. Reinhold. "And we leave Don Quixote charging up the hill on his . . ." "Quick, wat'cha get for number six?" ,4 P 15: Ns ix PX H5337 . I an as , E . A A , .. r .A "Beans! Beans! Beans! All the time 'N - ' beans? ,... iii' 'iii' N A , ,,,.. , , , ..., ,,,. . , ,, I S wksw' a A i ROW ONE Cleft to rightl: K. Mahr, D. Michaelson, J. i g w e ',..,, Munkittrick, N. Marson, D. Foster, M. Erwin, T. BucKaley, , 95 f' it -' "'i ' J. Giordano, A. Dahl, C. Lada, A. Metersky, J. King, s. C ,M Conrad. ROW TWO Cleft to rightjz J. Elfenbein, L. Erickson, E. Dressler, A. Earp, E. Arnold, M. Smith, A. Boyce, D. Barbolini, A. Dmyterko, E. Bania, A. Lippincott, D. Finin, B. MacNamara. ROW THREE Cleft to rightjz L. Johnson, L. Lemmings, E. LaFrance, J. Maher, D. Gant, G. Bronson, J. Conover, H. Evans, W. Brown, R. Brown, D. Ellington, G. Toomer. ROW FOUR Cleft to rightjz M. Lanz, W. Boyce, S. Clark, L. Pillani, M. Kinney, D. Carswell, J. Kezis, P. Maida, L. Costa, R. Jordan, A. Fenichel, M. Doyle, B. Levin. ROW FIVE Cleft to rightlz D. Lejbin, R. Glatzer, R. Briggs, R. Bachman, J. Hyman, R. Cavanaugh, F. Berta, B. Collins, S. Coley, D. Havlik, R. Kinney, J. Kokes. ROW SIX Cleft to rightjz L. Brodie, L. Brown, A. Glovich, A. Boyce, D. Glum, F. Gunther, B. Brodie, W. Crooms. CAMERA SHY: J. Bourdreau, A. Drake, R. Gorbich, N. Kurowski. , B9 'l L1 I sure hope you understand all this, i because I don't." il' fi A 4-Ginn! ROW ONE Cleft to rightjz T. Emmons, N. Zerlin, A. Michelson, F. LeMay, P Venti, C. Loudon, C. Faragalli, S. Legere, C. Maresca, R. Zurawolow, A. Urkoif, R Glantzman, S. Webb. ROW TWO Cleft to rightlz S. Wargo, D. Harris, L. Walmack, C. Fracalosy, P. Harris, F. Yiengst, K. Machineshok, K. Pellet, M. Zinderman, J Gordan, S. Wallis. ROW THREE Cleft to rightlz P. Hannon, P. Hannon, R. Vorhees M. Hand, C. Martin, O. Williams, R. Wyche, R. Ferris, F. Faulhaver, C. Frank, N Griskowitz. ROW FOUR Cleft to rightlz B. Katz, E. King, S. Lewis, A. Wertheimer, W. Zebroski, J. Collins, L. Zebroski, J. Warner, G. Byrnes, W. Foster, C. McGantlin, N.. McCarthy. ROW FIVE Cleft to rightjz H. Wilkinson, R. Storer, J. Stryker, D Wlensner, J. Luiz, H. Mattox, D. McGackin, C. Malkovich, D. Greenlow, R. Gucken: berger, S. Clark, R. Gokol. ROW SIX Cleft to Flghtyl M. Gartenberg, T. Walling C. Golf, B. Marrmer, R. Juliano, D. McKay, R. Milich, D. Lott, D. Durow, J. Thomson, A. Epstein, R. Foster. ROW SEVEN Cleft to rightD: T. McGuire, A. Globis, M. Kush, D. Ellington, C. Davis, K. Miralgia, B. Brodie, B. Lightbody, M. Donald, W. VanDyke. CAMERA SHY: H. Fenn, P. Honman, B. Mathews. e wi worL for fke 9 0 0 Q ROW ONE Cleft to rightl: J. Romano, M. Rynieivicz, K. Pellet, J. Ellman, J. Smith, J. Dorin, B. Wright, R. Wilson, I. Donahay, P. Delico, A. Michaelson, P. Venti, N. Dobel, D. Wenzel. ROW TWO Cleft to rightJ: B. Worthington, C. Hudson, M. Elin, D. Drello, K. Davis, J. Vierro, C. Davison, F. Dinhan, M. DeLucia, F. Congro, D. Sing- hofer, U. Richardson, J. Riggs. ROW THREE Cleft to rightjs J. Winquistic, L. Dow, B. Dean, J. Collins, L. Zebrowski, C. Zlotkin, W. Zebrowski, K. Raya, J. Decker, D. Schlectweg, H. Zilbergeld, J. Boone D. Rue, J. Young, R. Wolfe. ROW FOUR Cleft to rightJ: J. Ward, B. Smith, M. Zinderman, L. Shreck, D. Eckhardt, B. Woodward, B. Torres, R. Foreman, J. Martain, R. Wish, J. Venti, G. Conover, N. Curry. ROW FIVE Cleft to rightl: J. Donovan, R. Kurtz, B. Hendrickson, L. Pallonto, S. Clark, A. Mosher, L. Johnson, D. Walker, J. Scotto, J. Young, J. Colantonio, G. Schwartz, J. Conway, F. Yapps, D. Wells, C. Cahoon, J. Chin, F. Spataro, H. Rosenblum, F. Barkin, B. Suanders, K. Smythe, R. Tilton, J. White. ROW SEVEN Cleft to rightjz B. Carroll, T. Rocco, S. Faulkner, K. Toft, F. Schultz, D. Thurston, R. Ulrich, R. VanPelt, D. W'ells, A. Thompson, R. Slatteree, P. Hugus, E. Rumfield. CAMERA SHXG: P. Brogan, T. Connelly, H. Daves, R. Oliver, R. Phillips, F. Ruff, C. Salt, H. Scott, W. Wagner, L. Williams. HHS 1 . A f "Use extreme caution with hi 1 complex...er...um J, N I . . . saw." l ...--11' What do you mean you found an egg among the plants"' .xgncl afwayo faiflzfu e. ROW ONE Cleft to rightbz L. Stubbs, J. Helms, O. Udeatzky, G. Trezza, G. Tash- jian, G. Scaglione, E. Kruse, M. Switzer, P. Howard, L. Updyke, E. Torres, J. Kehoe B. Lane. ROW TWO Cleft to rightlz J. Van Currern, A. Texidor, C. Vaughn, P. Cain M. Willis, A. Kearns, A. ,LeCompte, A. Trenocof, K. Trojon, M. Umstead, G. Warford M. Sulcovich, P. Kranis. ROW THREE Cleft to rightj: R. Hand, D. Havlik, R. Storer L. Sokol, S. Stephanie, V. Stanford. D. Traver, J. ltinger, J. Jerolis, A. Leber, P. Klapp J. VanBrunt, P. Sholtis. ROW FOUR Cleft to rightl: H. Smith, J. Smoke, J. Jab- lonski, A. Sutterlin, S. Horowitz, K. Shiman, B. Steward, J. Hryniewich, R. Iverson J. Hyman, H. Smith, W. Hill, B. Shadlum, A. Schubach. ROW FIVE Cleft to rightj K. Shiling, N. Santiago, E. Kloepping, E. Stokes, R. Hample, T. Lowe, S. Coley, S Smith, J. Hooper, L. Smith, H. Stroger, D. Tave, W. Stroud. CAMERA SHY: E. King R. Roach, D. Silverglate, J. Taylor, J. Ulikowski. 1 rN'--f-Nw'-'w"'s Wfeif --'MW-M-W ---'-' ff - -1- - f-'M M- N----" 1-' W- '-"-- W ------ eff- 'Rembrant, no . . . Al Capp maybe . . . a stiif brush probably . . ." r L Q ff.a......., 2 , xv r : -ff- .fn , AB A ,, A .A A UFO Quo Q-.QW E50 522.2 05" ' o SPE :JE sm'-I Q.:-2, Qin Hn-1 2' E? PP., FE? FF :QL-iff EFL'-1 Pg' QP? 235 Om 225 og-E AQ' EP? FP -PE O-.2 ,E-51? UIUC U2 U1 ' LF:-5 23? GEF' ' on CIIDU- . . ,U WOR: 9:50 ..,.-.m ara' 259- em-. E53- CJ Deckle, S. Bennett, M. Potter,'M. Miller, N. Moore, M. Kelly, B. Reynolds, S. Bacon, . Askew, F. Robinson, F. Conover, C. Pinto. ROW THREE Cleft to rightjz S. Quacken- bush, M. Conover, P. Rathsmit, R. Richardson, S. Palmer, J. Coley, S. Allen, K. Cicalese, D. Arthur, V. Chapman, L. Pryor, H. Oliver, F. Bennet. ROW FOUR Cleft to riqhtjz P. Archer,.J. Niemic, G. Beck, E. Piatrowski, R. Prest, R. Bortolametti, M. Nappa, B. Cannell, K. Daniels, F. Curry, K. Cook, V. Christiano, G. Morrow, C. Miller. ROW FIVE Cleft to rightlz G. Miles, D. Ollweather, R. Naylor, R. Rietski, C. Van Schoik, A. Brese, J. Blair, G. McMullen, J. Papp, G. Elff, L. Edgerton, C. Davis, H. Megill, K. Egan. ROW SIX Cleft to rightbz W. Green, P. Conomos, L. Clax, B. Norman, A. Chrisholm, D. Munyak, R. Dabs, R. Davis, W. Coons, L. Clax. CAMERA SHY: B. Conover, E. Fisher, R. Archer, K. Palmer, D. Piathowski. -3,-Jia" C? 2 f ,f in Gilda.. .J L y -. .14-.-ef-yy .li r.......---.- FHESHMEN CLASS i W 'ROW ONE Cleft to rightjz J. Driver, . Marisheer, A. Urkod, S. Wilson, C. Accisano, C. Zimmerer, E. Wacyra, S. Zeni, M. George R. Van Pelt, P. Williams, E. Farman. ROW TWO Cleft to rightj: I. Pradsenk, B. Crosby, S. Schaeffer, B. Whitman, N. Fzuhr, M. Smith, V. Davies, J. Easton, B. Derickson, R. Eisner, M. Teagle. ROW THREE Cleft to rightjz D. Wall, R. Smith, J. Visceglis, K. Foster, J. Duncan, S. Friedman, T. Renner, F. Trojahn, R. Stattes, R. Falco, R. Gleasson, D. Fulton. ROW FOUR Cleft to rightlz H. Wil- son, P. Foy, G. Vota, Patterson, G. Franklin, J. Dreyer, J. Duym, B. Yonngblood, W. Garrett, A. Zadancewic, S. Zack- owitz. ROW FIVE Cleft to rightlz J. Toubin, N. Tyrpack, R. Thomas, R. Baskin, E. Dulick, C. Van Schoick, H. Ford, G. Taylor, R. Foster, L. Tave, G. Smith. ROW SIX Cleft to rightl: E. Gibson, N. Wesdy, G. Gerken, R. Taylor, B. Ells- worth, B. Fisher, R. Wich, R. East, A. Dritschilo, W. Smith, W. McClory. CAMERA SHY: K. Franklin, E. Yard. "Try dipping the brush in paint, dear. It helps." "Stick your hand out and I'll show you how sharp it is." "Well, sweetie, if at first you don't succeed . . ." "Come see in the videoscope, Gzax, I've got a sighting on Earth!" ROW ONE Cleft to rightjz C. Maisto, M. Laub, A. Lath- rop, B. Parmley, L. Peluso, L. Metz, R. Schwartz, S. Phelan, D. Liacona, B. McDonald, C. Demery, C. Heifner, V. Kalwal- ski, S. Hanaway, D. Gay, J. Hyman. ROW TWO Cleft to rightjz C. Mills, D. Oakerson, G. Harvery, M. Marz, E. Louk, F. Griffin, C. Paul, E. Niemtzow, J. Leach, P. Kaul, C. Karpo- witz, V. Muhesmann, S. Jusem, B. Kofchurr. ROW THREE Cleft to rightjz I. Herman, R. Perry, G. Levitsky, R. Pig- natori, J. Globis, E. Hilton, J. Clark, R. Mills, I. Katz, B. Kelsey, M. Lawrence, D. Castronava, W. Bergen, A. Milkey, L. Lanzare. ROW FOUR Cleft to rightjz A. Jones, E. Mehr, R. Hansen, J. Jensen, R. Hill, K. Conegan, S. Karp, P. Jones, T. Morris, M. Owens, P. Larson, L. Bentley, N. Jones, J. Parsons. ROW FIVE Cleft to rightbz W. Garret, J. Irons, R. Hersh, J. Gunther, E. Jones, Q. Ingram, D. Hill, W. Mager, R. Johnson, M. Owens, J. Maghan, J. Grauatt, H. Mundy. ROW SIX Cleft to rightJ: A. Karawoski, R. Wyche, W. McGrory, C. Cade, W. Brown, W. Brand, E. Dulick, D. Racks, J. Guckemberg, F. Miraglia, J. Hulsart. CAMERA SHY: D. Haymaker, E. Hubbs, W. Lewis, R. Marriner, L. Martin, R. Nicholson, R. Piatkowski. M 'NK ii., i 1' X ,J I if -1 s - "Ya das lst der Shledded Wheat . . ." . f...e..1..,f . I ROW ONE Cleft to rightj: M. Rodi, S. Preston, D. Schwarz, P. Rising, J. Boyarshi, J. Boyd, R. Bradley, M. Crine, Y. Cormier, N. Simons, B. Burst, A. Bell, J. Ainsworth, E. Smith, J. Catrone, F. Smith. ROW TWO Cleft to rightl: A. Greter, A. Schultz, D. Collins, G. Anderson, R. Pressberger, C. Cipriano-, J. Conway, S. Burdge, E. Blum, S. Apgar, L. Bastian, E. Boywit, L. Crocker, G. Conquest, P. Shor, N. Button. ROW three Cleft to rightlz J. Mayer, R. Boyce, L. Rush, D. Brady, C. Camarata, R. Conover, J. Rullow, J. Cavanaugh, G. Sadow, A. Conover, A. Zdawcewic, W. Dayton, W. Banks, R. Brush, F. Rosen, D. Racz. ROW FOUR Cleft to rightjz H. Rietzke, J. Crawford, W. Burke, R. Smith, J. Drummer, C. Antisiell, B. Sagotsky, Wm. Haynes, L. Richard- son, H. Banks, P. Craig, R. Rietzke, R. Dotzel, M. Doyle, J. Alt. ROW FIVE Cleft to rightbz L. Conover, H. Daum, R. Davis, C. Arbackesky, K. Atkinson, F. Bilker, W. Rooney, D. Castranoya, A. Pudowrin, D. Smith, W. Alexander, A. Kurwoski, J. Queen, J. Gunther, G. Smith. ROW SIX Cleft to righthz C. White, B. Resneck, R. DeLong, R. MacQousky, B. Williams, D. Buckley, R. Baskin, D. Dalik, R. Siemes, D. Smith, G. Rossi, J. Smith, G. McKoy, F. Comesa. ROW SEVEN Cleft to rightls B. Brown, B. Bromell, M. Bodnarchuk, W. Croons, L. Clax. CAMERA SHY: D. Conover, W. Davis, D. Downs, D. Richardson, F. Rodgers, P. Roe. e wi en ance file dlairif 0 our 96 ROW ONE Cleft to rightjz J. Hayes, B. Gardner, P. Mulnick, M. Hassard, P. Voronsolf, L. Perrine, E. Patina, G. Piscopo, G. Piscopo, B. Nembirkow, C. Benitez, B. Hannon, E. Milocik, A. Jackson, L. Worth, J. Woolley. ROW TWO Cleft to rightjz K. Long, S. Pfielfer, S. Williams, S. Walling, M. Walker, M. Kratzolf, J. Oakley, S. Jones, V. Baskerville, L. Jones, F. Plummer, M. Bowns, S. McDutfy, D. Ivory, L. Jones, J. Menefee. ROW THREE Cleft to rightjz D. Reynolds, E. McKenzie, S. Herr, K. Walters, S. Warshaw, C. Hattersley, L. Stankle, J. Bernstein, H. Thieberger, R. Rochman, D. Jacob, P. Kennedy, C. Kane, B. Palm, D. Zingg, R. Zatorsky. ROW FOUR Cleft to rightj: R. Hope, M. Morris, P. Underwood, S. DuBois, L. Turner, L. Mendez, J. Hogan, R. Mitchel, J. Jacobson, S. Volovik, S. Haynes, H. Hulivack, D. Toon, L. Irons, G. Mills, P. Miller, B. Tunklswartz. ROW FIVE Cleft to rightls L. Torres, C. Wood- field, J. VanDerveer, R. Zimmerman, D. Howard, M. Givens, R. Martin, V. Norman, M. Moore, R. Megil, A. Hurley, J. Morris, D. Stevens, B. Parenthol, P. Hill, J. Torpeck, W. Haas. ROW SIX Cleft to rightlz B. Winiker, H. Kasman, W. Hanaway, R. Swain, S. Natolia, F. Glinka, R. Greenwald, C. Gross, H. Tillman, H. Perry, V. Summerbell, R. Dittmar, E. Gravatt, R. Tuzanew, W. Ungehajer, D. Norcus. CAMERA SHY: M. McDermott, R. Nodine, T. Walker, J. Warren, M. Whitiield, I. Williams. 1 1 xii ,ac ing the sky is . . .!" "Mother warned' me X there'd be days like this." "And then Chicken Little ran scream 7 .xdncl CAM we a wayo e ROW ONE Cleft to rightjz R. Tanner, L. Jannicola, A. Slade, P. Lewis, T. Krist- iansen, J. Lippincott, J. Martin, K. Lukar, L. Rudolph, V. Legatt, L. Maluta, E. Stiensen, L. Sullivan, E. Levy, C. Rosa, J. Schaeweiss. ROW TWO Cleft to rightl: K. Pudder, G. Rifkin, C. Stryker, J. Tice, C. Seamen, L. Stankle, H. Teaberger, L. Schoenwether, S. Lamb, J. Michaels, L. Richardson, H. LaBounty, E. Perrine, M. Thompson, J. Super, E. Ruda, J. Menefee. ROW THREE Cleft to rightj: J. Lewis, S. Lippincott, C. Stoakes, D. Snowhill, R. Sopin, C. Melicki, B. Tunkleswartz, D. Reynolds, J. Scanlon, S. Ryan, M. Lamb, L. Shipp, D. Reisert, L. Robinson, C. Storud, V. Layton. ROW FOUR Cleft to rightlz M. Suydan, B. Kubichek, L. Quabeck, G. Maluta, B. Mackey, L. Mendez, P. Kruse, S. Thompson, J. Soden, S. Schwartz, R. Castlemen, R. Prieto, J. Rothman, J. Lambert, D. Lehmann. ROW FIVE Cleft to rightjz K. Klein, R. Klile, L. Prozer, H. Kemp, R. Rusie, T. Smith, A. Martin, W. Lashlie, P. Kopack, B. Korenthal, B. Tarnowski, D. Stevern, R. Torrel, J. Terpack, R. Sharkey. ROW SIX Cleft to rightj: A. Terlacsky, R. Reed, W. Hanaway, R. Swain, R. Keeter, J. Simon, L. Levy, K. Test, H. Shimon, J. Brewer, V. Summerbell, J. Keely, H. Seaman. CAMERA SHY: O. Richter, G. Rifkin, W. Rizzi, A. Rudriguez, C. Sakker, J. Schweewise, H. Slade, H. Soderstrom, H. Strong, R. White. "The first rule of carpentry - after , sawing a board, count your fingers!" times." ROW ONE Cleft to rightlz J. Bernstein, A. Baeif, P. Green, J. Breining, N. Cer- enov, H. Ackerman, J. Carter, M. Goldfine, J. Gallini, V. Cranmer, V. Gramby, S. Howard, G. Ganci, G. Aksenov. ROW TWO Cleft to rightjz M. Farriello, E. Dtozel, P. Buiett, K. Andreeff, L. DeLuca, N. Carter, G. Frankle, J. Egner, C. Franklin, L. Carotenuto, M. Carotenuto, P. Brown, J. Frehrking, M. Abouhov. ROW THREE Cleft to rightjz D. Fredrick, S. Dubois, C. Blain, L. Allen, R. Grazaino, C. Gorbich, V. Bask- erville, D. Beamsderfer, B. Cox, C. Emmons, J. Fritts, M. Gutzan, M. Davis, A. Harris. ROW FOUR Cleft to rightlz B. Ertz, A. DiLella, P. Anderson, J. Bean, D. Brown, S. Briden, P. Connolly, C. Donato, J. Popolowski, D. Gerstler, W. Burlew, T. Faulhaber, A. Bove, M. Horton. ROW FIVE Cleft to rightj: E. Rowe, J. Brewer, C. Haycock, M. Galex, M. Caruso, L. Bloom, B. Calahan, J. Dubois, A. Carpenter, A. Brooker, L. Burkett, G. Cherefko, C. VanSchoik, R. Castellano, T. Cantalice. ROW SIX Cleft to rightjz R. Galex, A. Cottman, G. Egerton, D. Blankstein, J. Acker, A. Frank, T. Crowl, IIS. gariillo, R. Gleason, J. Condon. CAMERA SHY: C. Bromell, W. Conroy, V. Emmons, . cagione. 99 "After all, history lS just talking over old F i n 4 Vx ' L13 ., ff' f.-,gl - . 'fi " . L fa-2 WF PN x we Robert Guice Joseph Collins Judith Engeldt President Vice-President Secretary FHESHM N EL SS UPF EERE UNIUH E UP L 55 FIEEHS ,,-, A Mary Woodruff Treasurer Thurston Whitson Treasurer William Brand Ellen Niemtzow President Vice-President mv .1 William Wagner President Faye Ostrander Vice-President Julie Nowiczewski Secretary Carol Zlotkin Treasurer SUPHU HBE EL 55 UFFIIIEH5 Barbara Woodward Treasurer Carolyn Mills Frank Billker T er Ellen Forman Treasurer reasur Secretary as warg , if - Fifi I , ff" 5' lf' 1 - as X A5 an 1 3 e wi :Sing 0lfU" ra ide A ' r ' 'ii .. W f A . -ff A -f .,,.. ,M . ., , . .. . ,, . , , , V f - k .1 " 1 -' ' U., - ' -' f- -' rm ' ,, - ' , -- f . H k Q., .. ,.,, 9 . '. " . 7" A W' . ' gui - "L ,J 7 Q if T ' L I. .,. . 'ix , H g ' vp -. A vie.. ., x ,... A . -. vw ' 1- N' I ' .- P' . - -, 1-z:?w' f . 5 ,, A .. ..., , ., .. , . ,.,- x.. ,,. 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Lif- f f 'L L ' SIIHIJI. HSHIP N gqlg National Honor Society-1959. First Row Cleft to rightl: B. Epstein, S. Lamberton, M. Gleason, E. Corrie, L. Hendrickson, G. Henderson, E. Isaacs, S. Halpern, L. Van- Derveer, A. Rohm, P. Gall. Second Row Cleft to rightjz M. Hulsart, M. Obsatz, M. Ell- man, J. Silverglate, W. Foley, M. Zlotkin, G. Cashion, T. Bachman, N. Primost. Third Row Cleft to rightJ: M. Sherman, P. Nunez, S. Garvin, J. Harwood, L. Visceglia, M. Freeman, J. Rogers, B. Tufinjian, P. Blankstein. Fourth Row Cleft to rightlz J. Dawes, B. Pogue, M. Davis, S. Clapp, E. Robinson, C. Pease, I. Duiner, K. DeLong, B. Barton, T. Weiner. Fifth Row Cleft to rightjz R. Rice, W. Buck, M. Donowitz, R. Moore, F. Accisano, R. Brocavich, R. Reynolds, W. VanBenthuysen, A. Tuyahov, G. Fung, P. Daum. Sixth Row Cleft to rightj: S. Goldberg, W. Zimmerer, B. Drusene, W. Katz. ,...,. , ., NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS 1960 ,QMQQQ CC Seated Cleft to rightl: Jeff Dawes, Vice President: if Barbara Barton, Secretaryg William Katz, President. 1 1, Q. Qf Standing: Barry Drusene, Treasurer. ,,,, . L WW.. ..... g... ...,,..- ?...,., aimn:-1 Hunnr Snlzlnly : "" M in n if , I P -agile. - ll EITI E SHIP MEHIT AWARD 11'-' Symbolizing the school's recognition of a student being an outstanding citizen in the school community is the awarding of the merit pin. Based primarily on. the citizenship grade, the Awards Committee of the Faculty selected the below named students for such an honor. - 1959 -- SENIORS: R. Astor, T. Bachman, W. Bach- man, W. Bastedo, C. Beall, M. Beck, A. Birzin, A Bobner, H. Boyce, S. Boyce, S. Bronson, C. Brown G. Cashion, P. Cherefho, A. Clark, S. Clark, M Clickner, J. Cole, G. Colin, B. Conado, E. Conie, D Corrine, W. Culverhouse, J. Currie, C. Daum, I. Dem- ery, J. Donovan, M. Dugan, M. Eisenberg, B. Ellis M. Ellman, K. Engeldt, B. Epstein, G. Faragalli, A Fischer, W. Foley, P. Gall, M. Gleason, T. Gockel R. Griffiths, s. Halpern, C. Halpin, R. Hamilton, .lf Hantmall, T. Haven, G. Henderson, D. Hendrickson J. Hendrickson, L. Hendrickson, E. Hen, J. Herson D. Hindin, P. Hoifman, M. Hulsart, E. Isaacs, Jackson, S. Katz, J. Klapp, S. Lamberton, S. Lamb- erton, S. Lee, R. Lifton, M. Lindsay, J. Matula, S Meisler, M. Meyer, P. Miller, M Moss, N. Munch D. Naylor, W. Newhard, P. Niemtzow, M. Nowiczew- ski, B. Oates, M. Ozsatz, P. Oliver, D. Perrine, P. Preston, N. Primost, J. Rauter, A. Rohm, F. Rosen- stein, F. Rosenstriech, P. Saunders, L. Schneider, W. Schubel, F. Silber, P. Soden, M. Sorcher, R Spano, J. Steinberg, J. Steinberg, B. Stroger, S Towasser, R. Thomas, L. VanDerveer, W. VanDer- veer, E. Wait, C. Walker, E. Walsh, J. Whitman, E Wiegand, C. Wybernec, G. Yates, L. Zebroski, M Zlotkin. JUNIORS: G. Abramowitz, S. Abramowitz F. Accisano, C. Anderson, I. Andreeff, C. Applegate: B. Barton, C. Becker, I. Benitez, M. Bielaiski, P Blankstein, H. Bloom, V. Breining, W. Brewer, R Brocavich, M. Brodniak, J. Brown, W. Buck, R Burdge, J. Burst, M. Carswell, P. Cavanaugh, S Clapp, C. Condon, D. Cook, G. Corliss, L. Cormier L. Cornell, M. Cowles, D. Crammer, J. Dawes, M: Davis, K. DeLong, E. Dong, G. Dong, M. Donowitz B. Druesne, I. Dutfner, L. Elif, M. C. Freeman, G Fung, H. Gerken, S. Goldberg, M. Goldfine, I Goldman, C. Grey, J. Harwood, W. Hawthorne, R Helfner, W. Henning, B. Hockberg, C. Hoffman, C Holmish, S. Hulse, B. Janosko, H. Janssen, M. Jones R. Kaplan, w. Katz, P. Keeter, w. King, s. Knaianf ski, A. Landou, D. Landwehr, T. Lubrano, C. Magee H. Mager, R. Martin, R. McKay, B. McNamara, K Moerschel, R. Moore, P. Murphy, P. Nunez, C Pease, W. Pillis, B. Pogue, R. Reynolds, R. Rice E. Robinson, J Rogers, D. Rooney, M. Rosenblum B. Rottkamp, Rudolph, R. Rupprecht, P. Sakerl B. Savage, E. Schwartz, M. Schwartz, E. Schwarz E. Seifler, C. Sherman, M. A. Sloboda, S. Smith, F Statflinger, J. Tamai, D. Thompson, K. Tornick, B. Tufinkjian, A. Tuyahov, W. VanBenthuysen, L. Vis- ceglia, J. Vogel, J. Wardell, T. Weiner, S. Weinstein, M. Whealan, P. Yapps, C. Zackowitz, W. Zemel, W Zimmerer. SOPHOMORES: A. Anderson, E. As- man, E. Baker, J. Becker, J. Blain, S. Braunlund, M. Burnce, C. Camp, M. Casteil, K. Chisholm, A l05 7 1 Clayton, 0. Clax, B. Cole, J. Collins, M. Coma, D. Craven, P. Crocker, S. Daks, E. Daniels, M. Davis, G. Davison, B. DeFazio, M. Duym, P. Doorkoi, J. Eggert, J. Engeldt, J. Falcho, R. Fariello, M. Foy, B. Freer, P. Gabriel, P. Goodman, S. Gravatt, L. Griesman, B. Gunther, J. Hamberger, S. Hauck, S. Herlan, E. Herson, B. Hertz, M. Hickman, G. Hill, L. Hill, E. Hindin, W. Hogan, B. Horn, L. House, G. Hulsart, D. Hyman, S. Isaacs, L. ltlinger, R. Jack- son, J. Jeiery, M. Johnson, M. Jones, M. Karp, M. Karr, I. Kastleman, K. Katz, W. Kearns, E. Keilitz, J. Koenig, B. Kowalski, B. LaForge, S. La France, C. Landau, H. Lapin, R. Lewis, C. Lloyd, S. Malone, J. McCreight, B. McHenry, G. Metz, A. Miller, D. Narzowich, F. Niemiec, D. Nowack, M. Nowiczewski, J. Pearlman, S. Pease, D. Petchers, R. Pillis, E. Rachlis, M. Reid, S. Reid, M. Reiling, J. Reiif, J. Richelson, J. Richens, E. Robbens, W. Sachse, C. Sagotsky, L. Salkowitz, B. Scheidt, V. Scheidt, V. Schibanoff, S. Schreiber, N. Schubel, R. Seaman, N. Sherman, I. Simons, M. Slattery, S. Solakian, E. Sparks, B. Storz, R. Stromwasser, F. Surgent, S. Trojahn, 0. Tufenkjian, S. Updyke, F. VanNote, P. Vitonski, R. Von Steenberg, M. Weiner, T. Whitson, E. Williams, M. Woodruff, C. Wurst, B. Yard, M. Yates, M. A. Zimmerer. FRESHMEN: E. Bania, H. Bannon, H. Barkalow, T. Buckalew, B. Burke, G. Byrnes, M. Camp, J. Cashill, J. Chin, L. R. Clax, J. Colantonio, J. Coleg, M. Conover, G. Dittmar, B. Dmyterko, J. Dorin, E. Dressler, N. Dubell, J. Elfenbein, J. Ellman, L. Errickson, M. Ervin, D. Foster, J. Giordano, R. Glantzman, A. Glovich, A. Groman, F. Guth, G. Hagen, T. Hamilton, R. Ham- mond, J. Helms, S. Horowitz, K. Kutzaluk, J. Hy- man, J. Itinger, M. A. Janson, J. Jasper, J. Jalovick, S. Johansen, R. Johnson, R. Johnson, V. Kamin, E. Katz, S. Katz, M. Kech, J. Kehoe, M. Kenney, R. Kerioin, J. Kezis, E. King, J. King, R. Kinney, J. A. Lamberson, A. Leber, S. LeMay, F. LeGere, W. Levin, S. Lewis, A. Lippincott, F. Mackinshok, C. Maresis, B. Marriner, N. McCarthy, D. McKay, R. Milish, F. Mumpower, M. Nappa, J. Noviczewski, F. Ostrander, K. Palmer, E. Piatkowski, V. Pizzi, R. Prest, L. Pryor, S. Purvis, H. Quaedflieg, S. Quack- enbush, K. Reya, B. Reynolds, R. Rietzke, F. Rob- inson, N. Rodick, H. Rosenblum, P. Saker, N. San- tiago, S. Seaman, P. Sholltis, L. Shreck, S. Siegel, E. Siegler, D. Singhofen, J. Smith, L. Sokol, V. Stanford, E. Stokes, L. Stubbs, J. Taylor, J. Thomp- son, D. Thurston, D. Traver, S. Tscherednikov, J. VanBrunt, J. Venti, R. Voorees, S. E. Wargo, J. Warner, S. Webb, D. Wenzel, A. Wertheimer, H. Wilkinson, B. Woodward, E. Worthington, F. Yapps, L. Zebrowski, W. Zebrowski, N. Zerlin, H. Zilber- geld, M. Zimmerman. C. Zlotkin, M. Zynderman. There wouldn't be a play without sound effects, and that is just what these two Sophomores are supplying. These boys are just one example of the stage hands and people behind the scenes who make Freehold's plays possible. Ready to fix anything at anytime of the day is our head maintenance man - Arthur Hanley. wif ,, -' --" Pi -S 7 , ANDID5 A cheery smile and a sparkling school belong to these two members of Freehold's custodial stalf. Julia and Hattie can always be found working and laughing. The four lads. yi Is this a hobby or an oc- cupation? 5 107. This is acting? X , ll V4 f I ,f 4 X155 X W f J X f 'X ' " Y!! uwfvy ' 2 ,ff IU X 5' ff' , 535. l fffk 43' , f fifaff -' Af? X ffiflfjl E K K X Fiiil 4 f 41" WL g u54 . l an E . nl Erie ish.: 9-v--' ""' The F R H S Band, under the leadership of Mr Blecker marched through the football season, entertained the student body at numerous pep rallies, and participated in an active concert season. Per- forming with the marching band are the color- guards and malorettes. From Christmas carols and the Messiah to opera and folk songs, the A Capella Choir under the able direction of Mr. Robert Whittemore dem- onstrated its ability at concerts and assemblies throughout the school year. Here the choir is seen warming up for the Christmas assembly. nf "Good things come in small packages. This can be said of our F. R. H. S. Orchestra which per- formed well throughout the scholastic year. As in years past, Mr. Lubaczewski did a tremendous job in preparing and conducting the orchestra. M SIE ., ff 3 w il 'x N I 1 it .. '3 S? atifai 1 SX 4. Ready to go is the Drill Team of 1960. Front: J. Richelson, D. Landwehr, Mascot-Davy Williams, M. Davis. First Column CFront to backlz S. Quack- enbush, S. Parvis, K. Cicalese, C. Swanson, E. Driver. Second Column CFront to backj: B. Williams, J. Blaine, M. Zimmerer, B. Reynolds, D. Duckenfield, B. McNamara, M. Rodick. Third Column CFront to backjz J. Itinger, R. Weis- gold, C. Sagotsky, B. Kowalski, N. Sckubel, E. Kruse, J. Kehoe. Fourth Column CFront to backb: M. Pellett, B. Banks, B. Paradise, P. Sholtis, B. LaForge, F. Congro, M. Duym. Fifth Column CFront to backjx I. DuEner, E. Asman, L. Dow, M. Deluca, I. Donahay, B. Barton, M. Coma. Sixth Column CFront to backjz J. Jerolis, S. Daks, E. Selfler, I. Andrelf, P. Weld, M. Crine. s C ft! SEE "Well, everything else is in there, so why not this?" i 'X Jim Palmer: "That fel- ' . low on the opposite page locked me in." 1 ff-- -fe.:wef..v1-mf, .f 1 ..wf.um:rnmrs '.---' l n. ' w, ,,,....,,..-4 Q Performing their duties are two faithful workers, Mrs. Patterson and Mrs. McDonald, who play a major part in the func- tion of the school. ANIJIDS x .MW "Brylcreem, a little dab'll do you!" Jim Gere: "I finally got him! HI if 51 ,,iTkQ,.N Three couples take time out from the excitement to have pictures taken. N v " , Mystic Moments, the 1959 Junior Prom, was held in the F.R.H.S. gymnasium on May 1. The heavens were brought indoors on this exciting night with large silver stars gleaming through pastel light rays. A delicious dinner was prepared by the Cafe- teria stalf and, with the much appreciated help of some parents, dinner was served at midnight. The coronation of the Prince and Princess was held after dinner. This took place in front of the beautifully constructed castle, which gave the prom an air of fantasy. At the stroke of two the Junior Prom came to an end with everyone leaving their won- derful dream world in a state of ecstasy. The guests are received by the administration, class officers, and P.T.A. I H 4 X vfi t LH ' The crowning of the Princess, Barbara Savage. and Prince "Cookie" Ac- cisano, was a highlight of the evening. Congratulations to the Princess and Prince were given by the en- tire processional. Her Royal High- ness presented each of the young ladies with perfume. H3 Y . ee We if ' Kai SE IUH "No, I won't get up! I've had a rough day." The smell of greasepaint . . . the banging of props . . . the mutter of lines to be spoken. Once again the curtain went up on the production of the Senior Play, "Ten Little Indians," by Agatha Christie. Under the expert direction of faculty advisor, Miss Ewell, and Student Director, Diane Strickman, the play developed to a state of perfection. Artistic touches were supplied by Miss Barrett, make-up, and Mr. Williamson, props. Through the combined efforts of these and the participating students, the play evolved a delight to all who beheld it. "Her pulse! I can't find it. She's dead !" PLY Only her hairdresser knows for sure. "Pm sure it'll stay up, but don't breath anyway." Nine little Indians caught in the play. But what was important was the receipts of the day. "It's all right, it's all right. Don't be frightened, my little pigeon." 115 l w l 6 Sk Looking for something? Mrs. Rogers to the rescue. Handling the activities of the busiest place in the building are our school secretaries. Pictured below, Cleft to rightj: Miss Halpin, Mrs. 0'Donnell, Mrs. Spector, and Miss Miller. ,v' fi '. ' fi" ' 'N - - ,K V i 1, fu, --g Q .K K, ,,.. at V -, 'L J' ff- Wa- f , '4-" . 4 iii 'c x 5: A ' 'X , A., ,. . E - .Q ' 1 7 , Q , . i i "H it 7 - w 4 '7 fri fwg, if f , Q ' .4 Q y .: :.f:?,Z1r: -5 . L i ".,2 v ' 4 fi, --mi: . H . B' I 11555 Vg f' P , K e i . V ,,,,1.V I , 4 V- '- N .xiii - 2---. f is rr, ' , . si x, Aly six- " - T , ,,'. f' ' '. '-71 - ti' , 'I--Msg f pt' 1 - ' ' ' , i -e V-"' -5 Ning pl-9'F5n We ' r -'h' K ., 1 .. - X. if 1+-1, ., 1 . "I ' c" ff -. 1 2, " "3 ,L ' 5, 'm,'.E'-Wi.."L-Hisfbi: Just follow the nose of the girl in front of the girl behind you. "That's the last straw!" A sigh of resignation is uttered by George Dutton as he views the destruction of his work. ,.,. :ffl me 12 3 " . . . and Mrs. Smith, "Some students really work themsel one more for the books, to the bone", observes Bill McQueen. please." IIA BIDS The Library Planning Board. These are the students who work hard planning the activities of the Library Council. The Library Council members do much of the work in the school library, under the direction of our librarians Miss Stem and Mrs. Young- er. They are, clockwise, Sandy Boyer, Judy Richelson, Kerstin DeLong, Carolyn Sag- otsky CTreasurerD, Ileana Duffner CPresidentJ, Barbara Kowalski CSecretaryJ, Linda House CVice Presidentl, Harold Bloom, Mary Ann Casteel, Betty Banks, Susan Quack- enbush, Diane Wenzel, Seymore Schreiber, and Susan Malone. These two ladies sitting on the steps smiling are our Traffic Chairman, Lucille Visceglia and her as- sistant Gloria Mae Davison. Watch Out!! There goes g the passing bell! ,ga A' 'L 5? Future Nurse's Club. The Future Nurse's Club was established in. 1956. The purpose of the club is to acquaint the girls with the pro- fession of Nursing. The officers are left to right: Darlene White, Treasurerg Dianne Michelson, Secretaryg Eva Tompkins, Presidentg and Roseanne Weise, Vice President, Cnot picturedj. The club advisors are the school nurses, Mrs. Shafto and Mrs. Grant. SIIHUUL SERVICE The Log Executive Staff. First Row Cleft to rightb: Steven Goldberg, Barbara Tufenkiyuan Ileana Duffner, William Katz, Richard Stromwasser, Evelyn Robinson, George Dong Second Row Cleft to rightjz Doug Alt, Doug Fromm, Ron Reynolds, Alex Tuyhov Pat Klernan and Charles Hoffman. N484 j f iE5i1'Zff35'fi: :E f-5' lfi..,:L? gsx sf ,ga S ,. 'W' 2 ' 'x 1: , V C va T? 'Ctr Senior Section Chairmen: These are the students appointed to organize the Senior Section of the Log. They are Cleft to rightl, First Row: Kerstin Delong, Pam Paren- teau, Virginia Breining, Lucille Visceglia, Diane Strickman, Marilyn Goldfine, Janet Harwood, Sandra Boyr, Cindy Sherman. Second Row Cleft to rightlz Bob Sokol, Carol Pease, Ethel Schwarz, Mark Donowitz, Pat Coyne, Pat Yapps, Marian Vexler, Sally Abramowitz. Third Row Cleft to rightjz Bob McKay, Ben Pogue, Mike Sherman, and Madeline Bielarski. SIIHIJUL SEHVIIIE Future Homemakers of America. Mrs. Weinberger, club sponsor, and the club president Joan Johnson, are demonstrating how to make "Candy Cane' cookies for Christmas. The purpose of the F.H.A. is to promote interest in homemaking and family life. Membership is open to any girl who has taken a course in Home Economics. The club has approximately forty members. GORE s"i""'s-nw-...M M Q +--M- , l.l., Future Farmers of America. First Row Cleft to rightjz Mr. Smith, advisor, D. Megill, E. Van Orden, S. Kosiarski, CVice-Presi- dentj, K. Stattle, CPresidentJ, Cf Juliano, CTreasurerD, S. Schanck CSecretaryJ, P. Vota, H. Holland, A. Yoncak. Second Row Cleft to rightjz B. Fisher, H. Mattoz, B. Forman, D. Cowhig, B. Votta, B. Layton, C. Thomas, E. Sheftz, B. Hunt, D. Buckley, B. Stattle. Third Row Cleft to rightjz A. Kinsey, H. Smith, C. Cahoon, F. Berta, D. Lott, F. Barkalow, B. Thomas, D. Smith, B. Patterson, D. Dalik. Senior Homeroom Treasurers. The Senior Homeroom Collectors, chosen because of the responsibility of their position are: First Row Cleft to rightbz Janice Wardell, Judy Burst, Diane Landwehr, Ida Goldman, Pat Yapps. Second Row Cleft to rightjz Anita Spezzano, Kathleen McDonell, Mike Sherman, Nardie Hochberg, Margaret Davis, Barbara Barton. ill!! K-3- 3 ig r if . N H.: U, The outstanding seniors are from left to right Joy Rogers, DAR Awardg Paula Blankstein, Citi- zenship Institute, Margaret Davis, Girl's State. Sec- ond Rowifz William Katz, Boy's State, Ileana Dufner, Citizenship Institute, Peter Daum, Boy's Stateg Ronald Brocavich, Boy's State. Future Teachers of America. The purpose of the F.T.A. is to acquaint those students interested in teaching with the responsibil- ities of their desired profession. Pictured standing are the club of- ficers, fright to leftjz Marilyn Goldfine, President, Meredith Jones, Vice President, Cheryl Pease, Secretary, and Susan LaFrance, Treasurer. K A., - ink.. , , Q.. W., ,,,, ,,, 'H' s .M nf. . 1 ifi L Spirit StaE. First Row Cleft to rightjz Mary Zinderman, Barry Druesne, Sports Editors, Walter Zemel and Mark Donowitz, Editors-in-chief, Sey- more Schreiber, Features Editor. Second Row Cleft to rightjs Lucille Visceglia, Exchange Editor, Den- nis Nowack, Sports Editor, Steven Goldberg, Co- ordinating Editorg Robert Applegate, Photography Editor. 1 ,Vs 4 Q , is 5, "Service is our Motto", is the theme of the Junior Red Cross Council under the direction of Miss Dorothy Garis. Pictured above are the officers of the club. They are Cleft to rightj: Paula Blank- stein, treasurerg Virginia Schibinoif, president, Sue Katz, secretary. Standing: Daniel Petchers, vice- president. SEHUUI. SEB IEE I Log Collectors. First Row Cleft to rightjz Miriam Schwartz, Carol Johnson, Susan Hulse, Carol Grey, Joy Rogers, Noreen Cowles. Second Row Cleft to rightjz Jeananne Schuber, Peter, Saker, Peter Nunez, Jeffrey Dawes, Howard Gerkin, James Gary, William VanBenthuysen, Linda Laub. Walt Zimmerer talks to Santa Gleason-oops. I mean Santa Claus! 'Eg ,,r ' f.,Lf-12- K? Hey! look wh0's coming down the chimney. 4'-5:3 as E n , zz szww sweixggwggaggimy H: Is he Iookmg at another girl? tasy'f. a5Q6ihginE?3kich of glittering foil and a ddnce "'Frostei1' Fan? It's a l-0-n-g way down 4. av was r J " M Q ugh. 53' JUNIUH PLAY k 2' The spring of 1959 saw the Dramatic presentation of the delightful play "My Sister Eileen." Under the direction of Miss Jean Canning, the entire cast gave their audience an evening of memorable theatre. Playing to three full houses, the cast kept its audience captivated by the play's humor and wit. Credits go to Mr. Williamson's stu- dents for the fine set, as well as the many other students whose contributions back- stage enabled a sure success of the play. Waiting for a trolley at the apartment door. Q 'NNN where have you been, Lx fs. 'Www '-NM 73 ,gif-ff :H-2 Q K 3 X75 .ef I up sl- J, aifsf' 'Q' Q ' i W 3 ,fi 5 i.. - w ,Q t 4 it X 'ik P' 15 X 5 Fred Carter, a member of our custodial stalf, patronizes our basketball court in his spare time. It would probably work better if it were a shovel-Bill Haines. How did that get in there? - Marty Urban. 5 i ge . i "" e i'e iitti ztt. I told you to get up! -Ben Phillips 5 I l'A. P, l , . :EQ f.,x 1 eb si., ,4 Eg annum' lofi ,, fi 4 . Les feminines. wx N? l i L A bug is a bug is a bug. II!-l BIDS F l l i 1 E A pleasing personality protect- ing his precious grass. - Harry Hulse. QX . 'ST DE T EUUNIIIL FIRST ROW Cleft to rightjz Carol Moresko, Vicky Leggett, Barbara Barton, Diane Cook, Sharon Hanaway, Janet Harwood CSecretaryD, Peter Morris CPresidentJ, Bob Moore CVice-Presidentj, Joy Rogers CTreasurerJ, Sandy Issacs, Janet Elfinbein, Marilyn Goldfine. SECOND ROW Cleft to rightj: Diane Michaelson, Marsha Laub, Doris Baetf, Jackie Cashill, Pat Johnson, Margaret Scheidt, Gloria Updike, Linda Stankle, Charleen Accisano, Anne Porter, Vivian Kamin, Lois Bradly. THIRD ROW Cleft to rightjz Bar- bara Storz, Kathy Chisholm, Gerry Byrnes, Cathy Donato, Kim McKenzie, Dorothy Singhotfen, Gwen Heubsch, Barbara Whitman, Mary Ann Hand, Barbara Savich, Betty Worthington, Susan Williams. FOURTH ROW Cleft to rightl: Richard Bartolanetti, Anna Hope, Vivian Van Daveer, Carla Richardson, Linda Tuverson, Diane Fredricks, Ruth Vorhees, Dorothy Oakerson, Barbara Scheidt, Paula Saker, Judy Richelson. FIFTH ROW Cleft to rightlz Robert Ritzky, Jerry Miraglia, Jimmy Lacket, Herb Lapin, .lack Alt, Tim Whitson, Richard Kane, Danny Hyman, Jetf Hyman, Larry Prozer, Walt Zimmerer. SIXTH ROW Cleft to rightbz Glen Strickman, Dennis Tave, Peter Goodman, Butch Burlew, Don Ollwether, Joe Estenes, Dennis Nowack, Steve Shore. SEVENTH ROW Cleft to rightlz CAdvisorsJ Mr. Serencko, Mr. Frostick. 130 n ,ii ' .1 Peter Morris President Janet Harwood Secretary 131 ,M ,xg P f . if 4 ,E 2' f 12 f 1 3 5, 'Xar- , 1 , o , It V i 'Q i1f,,f7.o' Y V L ., as 'F u x if Robert Moore Vice- President Wsww' Joy Rogers Treasurer i xi , if Q . f-Fis.3X Q ,..,,, ,x. ,. T Q B- tags we . . '--f Mtg, 'M id xx T' l . s ' ai 7 2 lfU86U" tke 004105 in 3 P" ""' 4---wx :Q A' 3' ff, , I A gk 5' f1 - ll fy -57551 fl '- ' A A , A . R37 44 1 QR E? Sill.. A A -I , ,iz , ,fu - ' ' 5 ' ' x , ' X 1 A R ,, .gg W S W W, -Q, iv., ug HF 1 'E l0lf'0lfl6!!g . . . 5 ,, F ff A , 1, 1, SPIJHTS I I I ? l i 5 WHESTLI li EQ. 1, . 'n If-swf... is., SF? 5 'f-15.2.5 ,C ,hi f' .1 till? Aff. QS .552 L 2550 65306 Iggy 2 " m 6 SKU UQ, Wrestling Team-1960. Front: Coach Jack VanEtten, Captain J. Rocco. First Row Cleft to rightj: P. Saker, F. Accisano, R. Heffner, E. Conk, R. Moore, C. Stanford, M. C .fiwv K K ir. ,fi-,.qV,!,, , .A S . . . aaa l :VPi 1 l Sherman, H. Glatzer, S. Weinstein. Second Row Cleft to rightjz C. Miller, R. Forman, L. Clax, A. Thompson, R. Jackson, F. Gaither, 0. Clax, N. Jones, K. Katz. Third Row Cleft to rightj: L. Smith, R. Kamin, J. Holmes, T. Whitson, F. Barkin, D. Tave, B. Glum, E. Stokes, C. Hilton, J. Niemic. Fourth Row Cleft to rightj: L. Lanzaro, R. Rogowski, C. Carlson, D. Castrovano, L. Dave, J. Gravatt, W. Hilton, H. Daum, J. Levitsky. Fifth Row Cleft to rightl: E. Foster, S. Oliver, W. Brand, L. Brown. Jim Gravatt pinning his opponent from Toms River- "Ma, he has my foot." W 914' I3 ...- ,-.. - -W .,.. . : K x . ""' fz1...,g '1-1 vrffrgi After well over two decades, wrestling was again back on the sports scene at Free- hold Regional. Coaching the anxious group of forty young athletes was Mr. Jack Van- Etten who did much to train the team and revive school interest in the sport. After only a short practice schedule, the team did remarkably well during its opening meet with Toms River. Showing fine form and spirit,-the team improved rapidly with each new encounter. On its third match, the team caught up with success and beat a favored foe from Wall Township. The whole student body welcomed the new sport with vigor and enthusiasm. V, niagara... "The calm before the storm." Bob Moore setting up his prey. M "Now easy boy Ill drop you light." Tiny Stanford rolls anothei 135 ' tt t Ct ' ,.s'I ' z 1--. F, L A xi use i 5 .V ,K... NN Track team of 1959. First Row Cleft to rightjz A. Fisher, M. Sherman, R. Broca- vich, J. Hawthorne, R. Astor, F. Key, D. Clax, J. Roger, J. ApplegateC W. Williams, W. Van Derveer, J. Rocco, P. Blevins, Coach Al Bennett,dCoach Walt Zuber. Row Two Cleft to rightjz C. Stanford, J. Brown, F. Gather, R. Moore, L. Brown, A. Robbins, P. Saker, J. Dawes, S. Fisher, R. Spano, R. Taylor J. Torres, C. Maida, A. Faktor. Row Three Cleft to rightj: B. Rottkamp, R. Davis, W. Buck, F. Edward, L. Clax, J. Allen, D. Lott, J. Gockel, D. Tave, J. Niemic, R. Bachman, L. Witman. Row Four Cleft to rightj: G. Elif, D. Glum, F. Surgent, K. Collins, E. Pugh, A. Thompson, C. Davis, C. Lathrop, B. Marriner, B. Saunders, J. Fazio, R. Fariello, F. Van Note, F. Mongello, C. Lloyd, E. Foster. TH Eli AND FIELD its Above: Fred Key, the man of speed, makes his jump with the greatest of ease. Below: Carl Stanford, who is no small man, shows his strength in throwing that pan. With good stride-great runner and speedster Robert Astor leads the group around the track. n if 5 if ig .nn- -Qs L I J x . ,.. 25: 3 '45 ff . . . and they said it couldn't be done, but Fred Key did ic. "Stand back fellows-I'll show you something the coach didn't teach." CPete Sakerj ' 5 D ' Q V sf 'T ' ' -rj V ' - . H,-. -: - :- ..z:..,,' -sa-Sid : 1 , -. '.:.g1-.afawzqzgg-, .:a's932m.,fm..,3f K ,Ak -gr 'S , Q - . . --my f f" 1 f1w:f"': we -.. 11,1 , v be ,. WM, W , -. 11, ,. ,. If ..., ,Q-I ,. 5: . -ff . , j ., ..,.,L , ' Sf.. l',-F-5515: . - -New Cross Country Team members. First row Cleft to rightj: D. Carsewell, T. Cornell, D. Petchers, C. Lloyd, E. Foster, J. Griffin. Second Row fstandinglz Coach Al Bennett, J. Jasko, W. McGrory, W. Free- man, R. Franklin, D. Nowack, and R. Fariello, man- ager. , tro. I - ' -..,,,. ,Q - --4 f .. ,, 3 ""7'fi9fILf " f ,frm -"' Tl.. 11' E ,,,, I. is .W 1' fi. J" is ' .-.,,,e,,,,,. ,,,l.,.,.....fy., .ee .. f iw . ' 155 155: "AT, e ' Q1 1 - If '31 "' They say if I break this string and win the race-one day, I may be as fast as Willie Mays. EHIJSS IIUUNTHY The Track Team of 1959 ended a good spring season by winning the Central Jersey Group III title. Paced by Bob Astor, Fred Key and Warren Van Derveer, the team made a fine finish in the Shore Conference League. Coaching the Cindermen was Al Bennett. The Cross Country Team, also coached by Al Bennett, did not fair as well as in other years. Both teams are to be commended for a wonderful show of sportsmanship and team work. 5 QI' is -U .4 A 9,4 Cqr .. Q., -I ...J SOCCER TEAM MEMBERS. ROW ONE Cleft to rightj: B. Nembirkow, A. Factor, R. Rosenshine, B. Horn, A. Jakel, O. Tufenjian, A. Miller, B. Sagotsky, D. Durow, G. Gerken. ROW TWO Cleft to rightjz L. Kershbaumer, D. Hyman, A. Tuyhov, D. Thompson, L. Sawyer, A. Robins, D. Lantier, I. Feinberg, J. Thompson, M. Burnce, R. Thomas, S. Miles. ROW THREE Cleft to rightjz R. Sherman, G. Dore, U. Moschkin, O. Sollogub, K. Katz, J. Metz, S. Begga, H. Gerkin, H. Christie, J. Hyman, R. Kane, T. Seaman, Coach Skehan. "Come on Howard, get your foot on that ball!" SOCCER SCHEDULE Jamesburg .................,........................ Long Branch ...... Jamesburg ........ Steinert ............. Princeton .................... Hlghtstown .................. ........ Trenton Cathollc .......... ........ Trenton High ........ . ....... . Hightstown ......... Long Branch ....... Freehold Freehold Freehold Freehold Freehold Freehold Freehold Freehold Freehold Freehold if s ' 55 if ? .. .ii -- .F V.: 4 , -X ,xr-gf . U. , S Q A ,e . - f .-rv... , -, . , .. S . . N . -ww.. ,. ' ..-,, gg, f - 1- -xi' -N -s --.. , While still a young sport at Freehold Regional, Soccer has made its mark in the athletic program. While the team's record was not outstanding, the participation and enthusiasm were at a peak. Outstanding game of the year was with Hightstown who won by a score of 1-0 in the last few min- utes. The team is coached by Mr. Skehan. new to the Colonials this Year. "Get that ball, Alex!" "Good get, Otto!" That's one point they won't score!" 4 y ll , M-eww .sa Qc, X W 1235... .., it if I'- A 5 35' A, Qi 3 1 f fi, f , .c a 1 we +i 4 ii f V , ,g ii K Tf:'fif'5fH Flaw 'wif-i:2:y1fi'fi. iaaas ' 'K aim K ' If1i7z135' Coach Skehan discussing strat- ' ge.g L "'. f egy before the game. ,ssc ee" c ua a aeey M, e M ff ,, f,,. 1-.2 - f V ,al ,Ma "" ' F' A fs 7 , , l f U - rm Jse +. Y nr. ,Ji-: , W . HQWw s " ? K ' . 1 . - f-' Q M, v . f ,A H - , Q ',,.v ,, .,, a , G ' , " -' ,', ,, " f Aff" Q , f 1-VF' "' L 1' '71 , SIJEIIEH--l I 4-14 if W Q ' G1 - -- TENNIS 5 fe' ., ,, .. l, E x Tennis Team members Cleft to rightlz Richard Stromwasser, Bill Foley, Tom Bachman, Marty Ellman, Bernard Hochberg, Jerry Hantman Ccaptainj, Sid Reed, Marty Eisenberg, Charlie Hilton, .Art Weinberg, Richard Rice, Ron Kamin, and Coach Gene Minor. Team Captain Jerry Hantman cannonballs a serve across the net Bolstered by .a squad of nine p ' , f 4 veterans, the Colonial netmen smash- " ed their way to a respectable fifth Q5 fi.. W place finish in the Shore Conference n ppp iffffw standings. With Jerry Hantman, one a" if iiipp of the State's top players, and Ber- t C 1 'v 'f 1 s s f ' nard Hochberg leadlng the squad, s the netmen rolled three straight vic- tories in the middle of the season, be- fore being eliminated' in a playoff n game. A first for Freehold Regional ff Aii' M iiii Q ' was the entrance in a State Tennis 8 Tournament, where our racquetmen made a good showing. X ley notches another gamepoint for E the Colonials. 3 it QQIQQ, 140 11 +1 - I Marty Eisenberg's blazing vol- g if i .E Q? 'X,,. 2' .' n 4' A ,, -' 1yq1:+'PYl ,r A A ...N nl Q Woops! - don't go back , ,f too far. Here 'we see Linda Q -Hill'fffDrum' 'Maj6retteJ, ' ' ' and Diana Zarzyski CHead 5 Vmill Majorettel in an entangle- 3 ment of arms and legs. I In formal pose are Linda Hill, Dru and Diana Zarzyski, Head Majorette. .IUHETTES Freehold Regional's snappy stepping strutters. First Row Cleft to rightl: Theresa Hamilton, Joanne Eggert, Janice Wolley, Shirley Gugh, Lois Sokol, and Sheryl Pease. Second Row Cleft to rightjz Jean Kelly, Pat Kiernan, Linda Hill CDrum Majorettel, Diana Zarzyski CHead Majorettel, Jerri Byrnes, and Eleanor Weck. m Majorette 1, 1 A . Ag FUIJTB LI. Faced with the hardest competition Freehold finished the season with Freehold ever encountered, the Colonials two wins, one tie, and six losses, placing ended the season with a losing record. fifth in the Shore Conference Group A. Added to a seven game schedule were two Working overtime to overcome the hard hitting teams KDCHIHSS, Pa- Hfld losing season were Harold Schank, Charles Memorial High Schools.J Ray, Al Berlin, and Jack Vanetten. . -,-, - Football Team Members-Row 1 Cleft to rightbz G. Herson, J. Collins, R. Jakelis, P. Saker, J. Rocco, F. Accisano, J. Brodie, E. Henderson, J. Rogers, L. Clax, A. Schwer- thoifer, and manager F. Schuetz. Row 2 fleft to rightjz Manager R. Hammond, J. Jeffreys, J. Dawes, J. Dunbar, R. Brocavich, R. Dent, H. Whille, P. Nunez, R. Moore, D. Rooney, B. Rottkamp, P. Daum, R. Rupprecht, L. Robinson, J. Allen, B. Druesne, C. Stanford, B. Poque, J. Hawthrone, Head Coach Harold Schank. Row 3 Cleft to rightjz Coaches Allen Berlin, Jack VanEtten, B. Brodie, C. Womack, B. Saunders, R. Jackson, D. Glum, D. Herbert, J. Brodie, R. Brodie, E. Pugh, R. Tilton, L. Brown, A. Thompson, R. Schlatterer, R. Millich, and W. Pace. End, Tackle, Center, Guard, hit your man and hit 'em hard, hit 'em high and hit 'em low, come-on boys lets go! yr yl,A at A,,V VVI?i l "' , 1 3 V. 1335 TFA. we1zi,:::e.::tg3:, "P,,1Q.fQ,fQ,f lf it! Hes heading for the bench!" 4, to SCHEDULE 12 Delhass ........................... Freehold 7 12 Princeton ........................ Freehold 0 X 53 Long Branch ............ Freehold 0 19 Memorial ........................ Freehold 7 X 20 Middletown Twp. Freehold 7 X 6 Red Bank ..................... Freehold 12 X 13 Asbury Park ............ Freehold 13 X 27 Manasquan .................. Freehold 0 X 6 Neptune ........................ Freehold 14 X - Conference Games Pile on Boys, this is fun! Below is Ron Brocavich and Ron Jakelis making a "stripping" tackle as Joe Collins, John Rocco, Bert Rottkamp and Len Clax observe with "willing and ready" hands. P.S. They returned the shirt after the game. 3 3 224: 1 ff SKETB LL "Up in the air, nothing to do, in goes the ball and the clfqwd yells 'two'." "Go in and out the window . . ." Basketball Team of 1960. Cleft to rightj: R. Brocavich, D. Rooney, H. Gerkin, R. Rupprecht, J. Dawes, R. Brodie, G. Strickman, L. Robinson, P. Nunez, B. Druesne, O. Tufenjian. Facing stiff competition from .Shore Conference teams which, for the most part, did not lose their stars through graduation, the Freehold Regional Colonials started the 1960 basketball season. Lacking the heighth and skilled players of the previous year, Coach Callaert built his squad around the tall, steady Jeff Dawes. While not considered Ron Brocavich blocking a Long Branch shot. Far right, Jeff Dawes heaves down- courtg near right, Ron Ruprecht is in for two. a contender for the title, the team gained recognition for upsetting the favored quin- tet. A highly ranked Red Bank High School team left the gym floor surprised at its en- counter with the Colonials. Well-deserved credit goes to the team members, as well as the Coaches, for the time, effort, and de- termination of good competitive play. ff Varsity Cheerleaders Cleft to bara Smith, Marsha Johnson, Lola rightjz Sandy Solakian, Judy Kes- Wagner, Julie Roncone, Cheryl sler, Paula Blankstein, Marilyn Faragalli, CCo-captainsj Lynn Zimmerman, Minna Weiner, Bar- Yates, Judy Engeldt. CHEERLEADERS Junior Varsity Cheerleaders, Cleft to rightjz Margaret Foy, Carol Megill, MaryAnne Hand, Pat Rathsmith, Linda Errickson, Vivian Kamin, Carol Martin, CCaptainD Hannah Zilbergeld. .AL 'wnnn.a1l"v'f'i:.5m-"-N- "'-'ww N '-'Av' LW'-a"1ffvf'X"'1-'f'vffwu' "' iam'-'W 'shams'-"' 'sinus' ""'-QSM 1'-wars' -1' 1' ' A H -' 'r ' '- ' f" 'f -ff' F.R.H.S. Baseball Team-1959. Sitting left to right: F. Accisano, R. Henderson, B. Druesne, L. Mendini, M. Schottland, G. Cashion, and managers W. Hoening and W. Brewer. Standing Cleft to rightj: V. Cullen, P. Nunez, H. Gerken, M. VanClef, R. Rupprecht, D. Rooney, A. Prest, and Coach E. Dunton. B SEB LL Finishing a six-win, six-loss season, Freehold Regional's Diamondmen succeeded in placing a commendable third in 1959 Shore Conference com- petition. Leaders of Freehold's force, who sparked the Colonial drive both offensively and defensively were Glenn Cashion and Lou Mendini. A Four Regional players, Glenn Cashion, Ed Hen- derson, Lou Mendinri, and Ron Rupprecht, received All- Shore honors in an above average season. Freehold can look forward to a promising 1960 season, under the leadership of Coach Ronald Udy, who took over the reins from Coach Emerson Dun- ton. He is assisted by the Sports Department's new- est addition, Richard Skehan. Freehold will also be bolstered by the relatively few losses through graduation sustained by the Colonial team. "Yer Out !" Baseman, Barry Druesne carves another notch in his trusty glove as opposing runner bites the dust. Ron Rupprecht's long arm and sure eye spell doom for another runner. il.. Q iiiii. ' g -.::5f,fi,-'E71,j K if l V EYMNASTIE5 V . Neal Harvey - "flying spaceman of the future." Gymnastics Team members. First Row Cleft to rightjz C. Mongano, A. Cichoski, B. Cammarata, J. Gary, D. Alt, W. Jones, D. Pine, J. Reed, Coach Ronald Udy. Second Row Cleft'to rightj: H. Evans, T. Walling, R. Stewart, R. Gice, F. Guth, J. Jablonski, E. LaFrance, E. Henderson, F. Stores. Third Row Qleft to rightj: F. Surgent, H. Jack- son, R. Smith, H. Kerekes, C. GOE, W. Mills, J. Alt, R. Naurez, V. Statesir. Fourth Row Cleft to rightl: D. Wall, N. Santiago, R. Martin, R. Dillis, R. Glatzer, R. Conover, J. Kurtz, W. Alexander, B. Cole. Doug Fromm - With a coordmated mind and body he shows what can be learn , ed in a short time. Doug Alt - Scoring winning points on the high bar, he makes an important contribution to the success of the team. GYMNASTIC EXHIBITIONS West Morris Regional High School Lawrence Junior High School Trenton State Teachers' College Hopewell Central High School Marlboro Central Elementary School Matawan High School Freehold Intermediate School Freehold Home Show Home Basketball Games-Half Time U.S. Naval Academy-Competition Jim Gary's version of 'upside down." "Parallel as parallels can be are fleft to rlghtl C Mongano, D. Pine, D. Alt F Surgent and R Naurez 1l1l-1- -1 .!-l.fl.-i-- The Girl's Athletic Association provides many interesting sports in which its members may take part. The association is a member of the New Jersey Athletic Association for Girls. The G.A.A., for the first time in our school's history, entered into com- petition with other schools. Among the sports spon- sored by the council are Hockey, Soccer, Basketball, Bowling, Baseball, Tennis, Badminton and Archery. Girls Athletic Association Council. First row Cleft to rightjz S. Malone, C. Farragali, V. VanDeveer, A. Spezzano. Second row Cleft to rightjz C. Pease, R. Kruger, C. Apple- gate, S. Barg, P. King, B. Krupa, L. Visceglia. Third row Cleft to rightj: B. Gunther, C. Sagotsky, H. Zilbergeld, C. Zlotkin, V. Scheidt, F. Neimic. Fourth row Cleft to rightl: L. Griesmer, C. Chisholm, B. Yard, J. Coley, S. Purvis, F. Sparks. Fifth row Cleft to rightj: S. Garvin, P. Loichle, D. Travers, D. Strickman, G. Hulsart. 2? Q, ' J '? lf "Smiles .and glee when we but a striking spree." "Let's go, Pat." l i N tgjfe, l M n i so A 355ai?5f5595ff45ff' ,fiflf 7 fli!f 'f,.:. Y' .'f,, '5 :E S1557':if5f'?f"ffff eiei ' I Good luck. Hope it's ai strike. Sunshine, swiftness, smiles and P.S. It was! soccer. "Oh my! It went in the wrong If we be running, can the ball alley." be far behind! ww, ' M, Allvld Nlaler 3. . ..,,.. i . 'fm ,... - .qw , 'Ll .253 lllll ag f, V v .. y, .i f. Melody: U5kN N A ' l P D A L l ,JI J lJ Q GI. 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