Freeport High School - Voyageur Yearbook (Freeport, NY)

 - Class of 1949

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L '65 A C1""T"': ' .X 'Q jj' ' Hr' dh ffimg. '-" . X IX. .X ' " X W wi' vf "' ' lf- ,i 'n ,T X XX-X 1 .1 ' ' 4 " 1 X w w w ' " ' ' F' X' w u ... 1 , X'u. JQHXXX.: CX . ' 1 f X .1 M. X . W - ' .X . ' , 1 1 fur' 45- ' . . HX", 03, ' 1 32' -.w X .X.X X N :W 11 .. X 1. NA -XWQX3 " ' Vi. ' X. --AX ' X ul gn X . H in 'fi X XX, ,H 3Xc'.q:1,'X: t X l - '- J ' "' . , A ,X X " , X -w The cvoyagem .K av' s r p C - -v ff? Class of 1.9119 Freeport High School F reeport, New York 5,11 I M., 211-5 N OO f' O . y X ,ar C ' and 0 ll? 0 Q J LL 9 5 J Q ' GQ 'fp 51 Qi -' Mb ' S 5, D v I X ar- L 'il' ' Xl ,: Q ""?c 5-- d fl tra. 1949 Class Song To the afternoons at Gene's To the games we liked to watch, To the summers we spent lying on the shore- Sing we Seniors all assembled With our graduation near, For we won't be coming hack here any more . . . Yes, we liked our prom, our FlasHingS, and the holidays that flew, And the P.A. systenfs nothing hut the hest. We will struggle through our Regents and our gradua- tion, toog Then we'll pass and he forgotten with the rest. We're poor little Seniors 011 our wayg Bye--bye-bye. We hate to part, for we'd rather stayg Bye-bye-bye. Senior songsters oil' on a spree, No more homework or historyg Lord have mercy on such as weg Bye-bye-bye. 'CTo the tune of the WM,Ueoz,poof Sougj - 2 O O 'v O X E LR 1' f E' 1 o 0 , X e 4 I X x X X - S x C 4 X J Q.. 1,2 N X '-x X . x' Q....,," ',7 fgoyageur Ol' 7949 Ml 'WUWW' There comes a time in every0ne's life when he feels he must stop to review past events. This indeed might be such a mo- ment, for as we pause on the brink of our greatest adventure we find ourselves looking back to the days of yesteryear-to those memorable times that we hope never to forget. Memories-a hint of laughter, a smile of friendship, a help- ing hand, a roaring cheer, a great silence-are combined with the scenes of our youth-our favorite ice-cream parlor, the sta- dium, the beach, the school, the waterfront in our town. So many people, so many places, have made them in our carefree youth the best years of our lives. These are now the things that are imprinted on our minds- the things that have made our youth so fine, so right, so eter- nally our own. Should the memory of our years spent in school ever fade, should these images be obscured by the pressures of everyday living, we need only to leaf through these pages that record our youth. They will help us to renew old acquain- tances-friends, scenes, dreams, ideals. In word and picture they are given to us for forever in this our final high school record. We are proud and happy that we have been able to live them in our town, Freeport, and proud and happy to immortalize them in the 1949 Voyageur. XO O gb KGOQQJ '::' -T -xl-f N ' -' jjj- Z 1 U ef? ff T.,--' 1 , Q, s C45 COACH BILL ASHLEY With sincere admiration and respect, We, the Class of 1949, dedicate this yearbook To COACH BILL ASHLEY Who this year more than ever has instilled His fighting spirit into the hearts of both His football team and the student body. L5 E ll., . :LQ . ' QM mf- frfffl . wa- mu ,ug 4 JW' -' xf'Y"1. . .am V, ,,, .ulvi . Mx LI, - ,Q Q W M '+ 1 '. , Q . xi ,,.1 O f ea 5 ,yxgio gg X ...V A ly tower lifts its .ff 3- .5 ADMILNISTRA TION lofty Spire T p h way to greater heigh Greetings to the Class of 1949 You lmvt- ronu- non to tlu- mul of four yt'kll'h ilu' lrvlfurv of otlwrs. 'l'lu'sv am- nlorv impor- ol' high ft-hool training.: anul you stznul llillllf tunl than tlu' lt-ssons wt- lulvv triml to lulvv you upon one- ol' llu- lN'lllxh ol' llu- lnountuin ol' lanowl- lt-urn from hooks. .-Xt linux ut- lllilf' lltlYt' s1'vl1u'4l 4-tlgt-. Wk- lwlivvt- that you will go on to g.Cl'4'ill1'l' to lmvv haul lllltlllt' 1'0lll'l'I'll for your proving ll lu-ighta in tlu' l'llllll't'. lull lor totluy. ut lt'ilFl. lll00l'1'Ill in lnaltlu'lnuti1's. for lt'tIl'lllllQQ 1'1'rtalin you ftanul on llu' wunnnit ol' at llttllllllillll ol' your ilu-ts in Iyislm-yr, fm- lm-H101-izing pm-min fm-mu- own Illillilllgl. las in 1'll1'llIlSll'f'. 'l'lu'w 2ll't' important hut pri- 'l'lu- llonrsl ol' l'l1llll'illlUll auul tlu' Fuvultv tum- nmrily Us uhh''huml'lmIdS to lwll' vm upward he-vn twvllpivtl elnring lluw- yt-urs in lll'0VlIllllg1 lo uw mmmluin mlb' Uur loulh in Uur Town with thc' spirit anul W' UV' UH l""""l Ol' 'IU' fl'l""'ll'l """0"'l YU" ul,l,,.,.1.iuliml uf IIN. ..xl,1.,.i,.m.1.5 m.1.,.,,m-Y fm- llilVl' lllllllth You llzlvv won your way to this the- lrzlrt tlu'f' will lu' 4-ull'-tl llllon to lvlaly ill our high Wlnluw' lmlm will' r"1"'i1 I" Y0u"5"ll.' Ulm' soviul anul vronolnim- lil'1'. Uthvr things muy lu' Fl"1'luli'li""h Und G"'l5l"""ll 5l'l'Il in your ssorlsl Yl1'N'AIllHll'l'SfIllllIillg.. u SPIIM' l,l-lo F. llllilix of jllslfrv. frvvrlom of opportunity. !'0lIl'4'l'll for l,l'l'Silll'lll of llu' Board of l'f11ur'ation IM. I'.'. I-'VI n num Jlillf 1' .llry Vlillon Smith Jlr. I.: o lliltljnt v'llr, Hilo .lr zmrll .llf'. llzlroltl l'r41r'.wnI 1 8 l Greetings to the Class of 1941.9 Congratulations on an excellent record of achievement! The theme of your year book- Our Youth in Our Community-challenges thought and imagination. Youth, splendid in mentality, poise, and char- acter, is the most prized possession of any com- munity. A school is a living, feeling, growing spirit, drawing life from the daily triumphs of boys and girls and friendly teachers and un- folding a personality all its own. F. H. S. today is you, it grows with youg what you do, it does, its success is measured by your success. Class of 1949, you have been cooperative in your atti- tude, constructive in your influence, serious in your work, and responsible to the duties of school citizenship. Our town is a progressive and rapidly grow- ing community. Our schools have grown with the community they serve. Its citizens, prompt- ed by high ideals and worthy purposes, have supported our schools liberally as their most effective means of service for training future citizens. The tomorrow of our town belongs to you, the youth of today. Good citizenship springs from the same habits of active group DR. JOHN W. Donn participation which you have practiced in high school. As you begin the march down the years of adult life, may you be inspired by the same ideals and purposes which have led to success in high school. May you be as deeply sensible to the great tasks which lie ahead as you have been to those of the presentg may you continue your talent and leadership for the advancement of our town, our state, and our nation. Best wishes to each member of the Class of 1949. J OHN W. Donn Superintendent of Schools Mn. MAxmN M. Mawsmsncrn Memories "Thanks for the Memories" might well become the theme song of the Class of 1949. Since we are inclined to forget the disagreeable experi- ences of life and prone to remember those ex- periences which have brought us the greatest satisfaction and happiness, memories of high school days become the most precious and prized possessions of all who graduate from Freeport High School. In a talk to high school students, the merchant prince of America, the late Marshall Field of Chicago, once listed the following "twelve things worth rememberingnz the value of time, the success of perseverance, the pleasure of work- ing, the dignity of simplicity, the worth of char- acter, the power of kindness, the influence of ex- ample, the obligation of duty, the wisdom of economy, the virtue of patience, the improve- ment of talent, the joy of originating. As you leave your Alma Mater, you will carry with you memories which will endure: Memories of fellow students who by their friendship and loyalty helped you better to understand and appreciate the infinite worth of character, the power and influence of kind- ness, your obligation to duty, and the impor- tance of the improvement of your God-given talents, Memories of teachers why by training, ex- perience, and personal example, taught you the value of time, the pleasure in hard work, the joy in creating, the virtue of patience, and the success which can only come to those who per- severe, Memories of faithful and loyal parents who have stood by you from birth, who have shared your joys, your thrills of accomplishment, and each and every noble ambition, and from whom you have learned the worth and dignity of simple things. Learn how to cherish your memories. They will inspire you while young, they will strength- en and encourage you in middle life, and in old age they will comfort you and bless you. On Commencement Day, pause for a moment, think of your happy days in Freeport High School, and thank Cod for your memories. MARTIN M. MANSPERGI-:R Principal Miss RUTH COCHRAN Une of Freeport's outstanding women and one whom every student honors is Miss Ruth Coch- ran. She is an embodiment of all the character- istics which one who teaches and leads should have. Miss Cochran is Vice-Principal and Dean of Girls, as well as the trigonometry teacher and adviser of the Junior Honor Society. Mr. C. Overton Tremper, the Seniors' helper. is the director of Senior High guidance. He is responsible in part for the future of all F. H. S. students. Last year he was instrumental in getting some 330,000 worth of scholarships for the graduating class. ln addition to his admin- istrative duties, Mr. Trelnper is the F. H. S. haseball coach. Adminiszfration and Guidance MR. C. OVERTON TREMPER MR. JOHN RANDOLPH The Junior High guidance program has a three-fold aim: to help students adjust to high scllool work, to assist students to make plans for their future education, and to provide need- ed vocational information. This work is car- ried on through interviews, assemblies, and tests under the able Mr. John Randolph, J. H. S. director. Mr. Wesley Southard, Vice-Principal and Di- rector of Athletics, works especially with the seventh graders. He is trying not only to adjust his students to high school responsibilities but also to instill courtesy towards their fellow stu- dents and elders, truly worthy aims. Freeport's fine athletic records attest to his generalship in that area. fllb MR. J. XVESLEY SOUTHARD II LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT M rs. Iloernvr, Chairman Miss Brown Mrs. Kantz Miss Cushman Miss Skinner ENGLISH DEPARTMENT and LIBRARY Miss Barlow, Chairman Mr. Acerno Mrs. Albert Mrs. Beck Miss Boyce Mr. Burnett Miss F. Clark Miss Ditlas Miss Estock Mr. Franklin Miss Grocsbeck Miss Littlefield Miss Lovelass Miss Nickerson Miss Sickels Miss Skidmore Miss Swan Mrs. WootIc'ock 12 MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Miss Nvhite, Chairman Mr. Acerno Miss N. Clark Miss Cochran Miss Davies Mrs. Miss Davis Mrs. Dcwing Mr. Smith Mr. Terry Woodcock SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT Miss Boardman, Chairman Miss Bird Mr. ,Ioy Mrs. Carmen Miss MacArthur Mr. Cast' Miss More Miss Clowcs Miss Nickerson Mr. Fitzelle Mr. Powell Miss Robbins SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Mr. Jordan, Chairman Nlr. Chemnitz Mr. Hugelmeycr Miss Hack Mr. Miller Mr. Hesse Miss Soitz Hr. wfvlliklllflffl' ,ff ,Z I7 fi 4 ff I ART DEPARTMENT Miss Constable, Chairman Miss Harrison Miss Robertson MUSIC DEPARTMENT Mr. Wettlaufcr, Chairman Miss Bruner Miss Roberts 135 COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT Miss Mattson, Chairman Mrs. Collins Mr. Parker Mr. Moger Miss Rogers HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT Miss Church, Chairman Mrs. Jones Mrs. Rowley Miss Tcmplv INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT Mr. Myers, Chairman Mr. Gvnnvr Mr. Devlin Mr. MvEnan0y Mr. Parker 14 PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Mr. Southard, Chairman Mr. Augustine Mrs. Falkowski Miss D. Clark Mr. Tuthill HEALTH DEPARTMENT Miss Derrick, Chairman Miss Cary Miss NELL CLARK Miss Nell Clark, looking at you from this page, has properties of magic. She reminds you, hun- dreds of you who had the privilege of being her pupils, of happy days spent in her classes and in her homeroom. Remembrances of percentage problems, compound interest, fractions-inter- spersed with an atmosphere of kindliness and intellectual stimulation-floods through your mind to bring back pictures forgotten. Many others of you, her friends, are reminded of the flowers she distributes so freely, of the jars of home-made strawberry jam, of fluffy, deli- cious rolls sent in for housewarming and heart- warming. Her educational training and experience too have been full and rich. She received her first professional training at Oneonta State Teachers' College. She earned her B. S. at New York Uni- 15 versity. Then to keep supplementing her knowl- edge she took courses at many other institutions: Albany State College, Columbia University, and Oswego State Teachers' College. Boys and girls, men and women from many communities know her, for she taught in Corinth, in Glens Falls, and in Schoharie before coming to Freeport to help youngsters get some good American educa- tion-'ritbmetic primarily, but readin', 'ritin,, and livin', too. l This June, Miss Nell Clark is retiring from her classroom duties in Freeport High, but she's going to continue being a very busy lady. She plans to continue her work in the Red Cross, where, as everyone knows, she has given freely of her time, her energy, and her humanitarian spirit. At home she will be using her green fingers in the Clark flower garden when she is not sewing on some creation or baking some other creation. During vacation, there are plans for some traveling. Thus Miss Clark, who to many of us symbolizes the enduring qualities of kindness, loyalty, goodness-the real salt of the earth-is going to have a wonderful time in her fmis-namedl retirement. So we of the Voyageur staff, speaking for everyone who knows her, wish her much joy and happiness, and voice sincere appreciation for all the good things she has brought to Freeport and the educational system. 1 ! F' M3590 ' l X ' -..4 1 - , -V- N r ,,, T ,.'41,, 4.435 4w.!'f2:Ymrvy,'?.- .ffl . 'S gfs ' 0 - D o L-Q .. SE i -ii? 'f SEQ li. -Q 5 CLASSE Sight of revered halls once come alive with friends Plucks gently on the dusty strings of memory. 4. . ' I ..f 1: - S E IORSA DP RE TS 0 P RT OF SCHOOL LIFE 1, . , 9' M , Nia WHO 33mA t Mm, FHS ff .,nyf'g'A - A W I 1 405' L eD.zk +V! ,wewauf Af ,haryksilwer 4-Mrehcarmen GQCUVY7 4: BIH4- Dr. f5'P"7"+C"4"'9 Z Louise'-I-mn Myers ff-1' ., C har-Icy +Mf, Jgrdgn C-faculba Suexa- DK Mi' lcY'CB'a"A 'ff' Ed"M'p""'J 5 Jgatwn WMM Manspr' fa' Senior Class Ojficers President ..,,,.... Vice-President ..,,,, Secretary ..,,,,.... Treasurer .,....A.,,,., ..,... Y C.0. 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T.-N A v..!i!: il 7: I Jeanne Vooris it I X, ik Robert Walter w ,E X L U W SN i W e W ' W I Q X XXX n ,HM luck, lv- HAY ND-iii-'lu tvs XIVOAGL, lv- SEXY- Richard Wettlaufer Gladys P. White Mary Williams Richard Williams Thelma Winn Charles Witzke Alfred Wolfe Alfred Zacchia UNPHOTOGRAPHED SEN IORS Anthony Carri William Engle Robert Erwig Charles F rahme William Fuge Walter Gregory Warren Johnson Roslyn Kashdon Leroy Kost June Levine Louise Mack William McKenna Harry Metz Donald Moran Albert J. Pultz Albert Renken Julia Romanelli Carlton Rounds Ethel G. Terrell Thomas Tobin Janet Werner n!.:S2, ip I ti ASQQSMFJ F. H. S. Doings WILLIAM K. ABBOTT, 18 Maxon Ave.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, Sect. Head 3, 4, Rifle 2, 3, 4, Exec. Coun. 4. SAL ALICASTRO, 117 Liberty Ave. CONSTANCE MAE ALLEN, 259 Whaley St. -G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Masque and Wig 2, 4, Trea. 3, Senior Play 2, 3, Dance Com. 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross Coun. I, 2, 3, Hockey 1, 2, Honor 3, 4, Hockey Mgr. I, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, Softball I, Basketball 3, St. Leader 2, 3, 4, Usher 1, 2, 3. EDITH ANDERSEN, 31 E. Bedell St.-Hock- ey 2, 3, 4, Honor 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM ANNETT, Cecilia Pl., Sfd.-C. O. 3, 4, Rep. 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4. JOAN ANTHONY, 473 S. Long Beach Ave.- C. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, News Service 3, Lib. 4, Assem- bly Com. 4, Jr. Red Cross Coun. 1, 2, Bad- minton 3, Hockey 1, 2, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, Archery 3, 4, Basketball 1, 3, 4. DORIS ASHDOWN, 15 Archer St.-C. O. 1, 2, 4. ARTHUR BAHR, 220 E. Dean St.-G. O. 4, Orch. I, 2. FLORENCE BALDWIN, 33 Pearsall Ave.- G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Rep. 3, 4, Coun. 3, 4, Flashings 4, News Service 4, Chorus 2, 3, Library Club 3, 4, Badminton 2, 3, Bowling 3, 4, Archery 2, Basketball 2. HAROLD BARNETT, 39 Independence Ave. CAROLYN JANET BEDELL, 237 Juanita Ave.-G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Masque and Wig 2, 3, Sec. 4, Dance Com. 3, 4, Senior Play 2, Hockey 1, 2, Table Tennis 2, Bowling 1, 2, Archery 2, Basketball 2, Usher 1, 2, 3, Leaders Club 4. ALMERINUO ELMO BELLONE, 3 Rose St. --G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Football 4, Baseball 1, 2. LYNN BENEDICT, 77 Park Ave.-C. O. 2, 3, 4, Flashings 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orch. 1, 2, 3, 4, Masque and Wig 2, 3, 4, Assembly Com. 4. HARRIETT L. BENJAMIN, 82 Weberfield Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 3, 4. 35 GERALDINE M. BENNETT, 72 Independ- ence Ave.-G. O. 1, 3, 4, Flashings 2, Band 1, 2, Sr. Courtesy Com. 4, Jr. Red Cross Coun. I, 4. OLAF I. BERG, Jr., Park Ave., Sfd.-Science Club 3, Pres. 4, Honor Society 4. JANET BERGMAN, 35 N. Grove St.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Club 2, 4, Treas. 3. ROBERT BLACK, Park Ave., Wntg.-G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, Vice Pres. 4. KENNETH BLISS, 19 Agnes St.-Band 1, 2, 3, Rifle 3, Capt. 2. JOAN CAROLYN BOCK, 3 Bailey Ave., Arntv.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, News Service 4, Chorus 1, 2, Library Club I, 2, 3, 4, Bad- minton 1, Table Tennis 1, 2, Archery 2. CATHERINE BODEN, 87 Woodside Ave.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, News Service 4, Sr. Courtesy Com. 4, Badminton 1, 2, 3, Table Tennis 3, Bowling 1, Basketball 1. ROSEMARY ANN BOEGEL, 48 W. Seaman Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Assembly Com. 4, Vol- leyball 3, 4. PATRICIA A. BOYLE, 92 N. Bayview Ave.- G. O. 2, 3, Sec. 4, Coun. 4, Nom. Com. 2, 3, Class Sec. 3, Flashings 3, 4, Library Club 3, Assembly Com. 3, Sec. 4, Dance Com. 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross Coun. 2. JOHN W. BRADSHAW, 133 Putnam Ave.- G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Coun. 4, Nom. Com. 3, Jr. Honor Society 1, Honor Society 3, 4, Voya- geur Sports Ed. 4, Flashings 1, 2, 3, Ed.-in- Chief 4, Pub. Business Staff 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Orch. 2, Masque and Wig 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 2, 3, 4, Assembly Com. 2, 3, 4, Dance Com. 4, Science Club 1, Vice-Pres. 2, Track 1, 2, 4, Mgr. 3, Tri. Forum 2, 3. HENRY BRAMWELL, South Jackson Ave., Sfd. .IACQUELINE BRANDES, 38 Cottage Ct.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Soc. Sec. 4, Coun. 4, Class Soc. Sec. 2, Jr. Honor Soc. 1, Honor Soc. 3, 4, Voyageur Format Ed. 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orch. 1, Dance Com. 1, 2, 3, Ch. 4, Sr. Cour- tesy Com. 4, Masque and Wig 4. PATRICIA BREE, 451 S. Bayview Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Play Stud. Dir. 43 Sr. Cour- tesy Com. 43 Volleyball 1g Basketball 1. ELIZABETH BROCKMEYER, 15 Forest Ave. -G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4g Jr. Honor Soc. lg Band lg Usher 1, 2, 3. BRUCE CAMPBELL, 154 Denboff Ave.-G. O. 2, 3, 4g Jr. Honor Soc. 13 Chorus 2, 3, 43 Science Club 43 Jr. Red Cross Coun. 1, 2. JOAN C. CAMPBELL, 346 Bedell St.-G. O. 2, 3, 43 Chorus 1g Library Club 43 Jr. Red Cross Coun. 1, 33 Badminton 1. RONALD A. CANFIELD, 257 Miller Ave.- Football 2, 33 Baseball 2, 3. CHARLES CANTRELL, 382 N. Long Beach Ave. JOSEPH JOHN CARILLO, 43 Centre St.- G. O. 2, 3, 43 Football 23 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Rifle 4. MARY ESTHER CARMEN, 272 Smith St.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4g Jr. Honor Soc.3 Honor Soc. 3, 43 Voyageur Club Ed. 43 Flashings 43 Chor- us 1, 4g Masque and Wig 2, 3, 43 Senior Play 2, 3, 4g Library Club 3, 43 Badminton 1, 23 Mgr. 3, 43 Honor 43 Bowling 1, 2, 43 Softball 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Honor 33 Girls' A.A. Treas. 43 Usher Capt. 1, 2, 33 Girls' State 3. ANTHONY CARRI, 119 So. Bay Ave. ROBERT A. CHAMBERS, 50 Lester Ave.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1. REVA CHARKIN, Oakland Ave., Wntg.- G. O. 2, 3, 43 Pub. Business Staff 4. CARMEN CHIMERI, 29 E. Seaman Ave.- G. O. 13 Football 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2. ELEANOR CIARAVINO, 17 Pearsall Ave.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Jr. Red Cross Coun. Del. 23 Badminton 2, 3, 4g Volleyball 2, 33 Mgr. 43 Softball 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 2, 3, 43 Girls' A.A. Sec. 4g Usher 1, 2, 3. JUNE CLARKE, 346 Southside Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Assembly Com. 43 Badminton 2, 3, 43 Bowling 2, 3, 4. LYNN COLE, 29 Frederieks Ave.-Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Assembly Com. 1, 4. DENNIS COLONNA, 181 Juanita Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Baseball lg Track 2, 3, 4. BARBARA J. COMBES, 59 Holloway St.. Rsvlt.-Pub. Business Staff 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Play 43 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Assembly Com. 4g Jr. Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3. KENNETH E. COMBS, 33 Johnson Place- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4g Track 3. LAURENCE CONE, 273 S. Grove St.-G. O. 2, 33 Band 3, 43 Orch. 3, 43 Chorus 1, 2, 3g Masque and Wig 2, 3, 4. HOPE COPELAND, 105 Stevens St.-G. O. 2, 3, 43 Flashings 43 New Service Ed.-in-Chief 43 Chorus 1, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 4g Dance Com. 4: Jr. Red Cross Coun. 2, 3g Bowling 1, 2g Honor 33 Volleyball 1, 23 Archery 2, 3g Softball 1, 23 Masque and Wig 4. THOMAS D. COPELAND, 105 Stevens St.- Jr. Honor Soc. 1g Honor Soc. 3, 43 Voyageur Art Ed. 43 Chorus 1, 3, 43 Masque and Wig 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Play 2, 3, 43 Dance Com. 4. PAUL COULURIS, 328 S. Grove St.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 2, 3, 4g Track 1, 2, 3, 4. JAY CROOK, 207 S. Brookside Ave.-G. O. 2, 3, 43 Chorus 43 Science Club 43 Jr. Red Cross Coun. 1g Honor Soc. 43 Masque and Wig 4. PATRICIA CUNNINGHAM, 32 Dutchess St. -G. O. 2, 4. ROBERT DASHIELL, 96 Craig Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Rifle 2, 3, 4. DAVE DAVIDSEN, 35 Lenox Ave.-Class Treas. 13 Jr. Honor Soe. 13 Baseball 2, 3. ALVIN DAVIDSON, 95 N. Columbus Ave.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Homeroom Mgr. 13 Rep. 13 Class Treas. 23 Pres. 3, 43 Jr. Honor Soc.3 Honor Soc.3 Flashings Assoc. Ed. 43 Basket- ball 23 Leader's Club 4. JOSEPH DECARLO, 161A N. Main St.- G. O. 43 Jr. Honor Soc. 1. BARBARA A. DEDERICK, 89 W. Seaman Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Lib- rary Club 33 Treas. 4g Badminton 1, 33 Bowl- ing 3, 4. EUGENE LEE DES ISLES, 75 Graffing Pl.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 33 Sr. Coun. 43 Orch. 2, 3, 43 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Dance Com. 43 Gym Leader 2, 3. ANTHONY DILIBERTO, 117 E. Clinton Ave. -Track 2. ROBERT L. DISCH, 161 South Bay Ave.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4g Nom. Com. 13 Football 1, 33 Track 23 Rifle 1. J. WILLIAM DODD, 317 S. Long Beach Ave. -G. O. 1, 2, 3, Pres. 43 Nom. Com. 43 Jr. Honor Soc.3 Sr. Honor Soc. 3, Vice-Pres. 43 Flashings 43 Assembly Com. 4g Dance Com. 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 23 Math Club 13 Homeroom Mgr. 2, 3. MURIEL DRAGONETTI, 40 Denhoff Ave.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Jr. Honor Soc. 2g Flashings 43 Band 1. 2, 3, 4g Orch. 1, 23 Assembly Com. 43 Sr. Courtesy Com. 43 Jr. Red Cross Coun. 13 Badminton 23 Hockey 13 Volleyball 1, 23 Basketball 1, 2. JANET DUNKER, 29 Wilson Pl.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Flashings 43 News Service Asst. Ed. 43 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4g Library Club 4g Assembly Com. 43 Basketball 1. DON DURLACHER, 102 N. Columbus Ave. -Chorus 1, 2, 33 Masque and Wig 43 Senior Play 1, 43 Assembly Com. 13 Sr. Courtesy Com. 43 Football 1, 23 Baseball 1, 2, 33 Cross Country 1. LORNA DYNES, 24 Oxford Drive-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orch. 2, 33 Assembly Com. 4g Science Club 2g Volleyball 1, 2g Soft- ball 1, 23 Basketball 1, 2. DAVID H. EDDY, 300 Park Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Voyageur Photo Ed. 4g Assembly Com. Ch. 43 Flashings 4. PAT EGAN, 65 E. Seaman Ave.-News Ser- vice 3, 43 Badminton 2, 3g Volleyball 2, 33 Archery 2, 3g Basketball 2, 3. CHESTER EHRMAN, 368 Bedell St.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Flasbings 43 Band 43 Chorus 1, 2, 33 Dance Com. 43 Science Club 13 Basketball Mgr. lg Track 2. HEDY EIGEN, 98 Rose St.-G. O. 1, 2. 3, 4s Dance Com. 3. JUDY ESCHWEGE, 98 Weberfield Ave.- G. O. 3, 43 Flashings 43 News Service 3, 43 Senior Play 43 Library Club Sec. 3, 43 Assem- bly Com. 4g Dance Com. Sec. 43 Sr. Courtesy Com. 4. 37 F MARJORIE FERRIS, 94 Lillian Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Pub. Bus. Stall' 2, 3, 43 Flashings 2, 33 Copy Ed. 4g Chorus 1, 2, 43 Masque and Wig 4g Senior Play 43 Assembly Com. 43 Jr. Red Cross Coun. 1, 23 Badminton 3g Table Tennis 3. HANNI FEY, 131 Ocean Ave.-G. O. 2, 3, 43 Band 3, 43 Masque and Wig 43 Senior Play 43 Softball 2g Basketball 2. BARBARA FISCHBEIN, 50 W. lst St.-G. O. 43 Voyageur Ass't Ed. 43 Flashings 43 Masque and Wig 43 Senior Play 43 Assembly Com. 43 Leader's Club 4. CHARLES FISCHER, Jackson Ave., Sfd.- G. 0. 4. KENNETH FREDERICK, 210 Wallace St.- G. o. 1, 2, 3, 4. MARLENE C. FULTON, 50 Roosevelt Ave.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Flashings 43 News Service 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orch. 2, 3, 4g Masque and Wig 2, 3, 4g Dance Com. 1, 2, 3, 4. . MARILYN FYVOLENT, 69 Claurome Pl.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Flashings 3, 4g Pub. Business Staff 1, 2g News Service 3, 43 Band Twirler 1, 2g Assembly Com. 3, 43 Dance Com. 3, 43 Jr. Red Cross Coun. 1, 23 Table Tennis 2g Volley- ball 1, 3, 4g Softball 1, 2, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 43 Homeroom Mgr. 1, 2, 3g Student Leader 2. ADRIENNE E. GARFINKEL, 92 Virginia Ave.-Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Jr. Red Cross Coun. 1, 4. THOMAS G. GARRITY, 65 Westside Ave.- G. O. 1, 43 Track 1, 3. JOE GATES, 82 Helen Ave.-G. O. 13 Foot- ball 33 Basketball 13 Track 3. HENRY GATHERS, 34 Lee Pl.-Track 2, 3, 4. JAMES GEORGAS, 47 Harding Pl.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Soc. Sec. 33 Treas. 43 Flashings Sports Ed. 43 Track 2, 3. MURIEL ALENE GILBERT, 346 N. Colum- bus Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Treas. 3g Flashings 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2g Masque and Wig 3, 43 Assembly Corn. 43 Jr. Red Cross Coun. 13 Badminton 23 Hockey lg Bowling 23 Soft- ball 1, 2, 33 Basketball 2. BERNYCE GIORDANO, 57 Agnes St.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4g Assembly Com. 43 Usher 3. KITTIE GLEAN, 482 N. Long Beach Ave.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Assembly Com. 43 Jr. Red Cross 4g Usher 3. BARBARA GOLDBLUM, 1 Coolidge Pl.- C. O. 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Orch. 3, 43 Softball 13 Basketball 1. GEORGE H. GOLDEN, Kings Ave., Massa.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Track l, 2, 4. JOHN DAVID GRALE, 152 West End Ave.- G. O. 1, 3, 43 Cross Country 2. WALTER GREGORY, Island Rd., Wntg. FLORENCE GRIMM, 31 W. Lincoln Pl.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Assembly Com. 43 Dance Com. 43 Sr. Courtesy Com. 4g Volleyball 3, 43 Cheer- leader 2, 3, 4. ROSALIA HAAS, 56 Broadway-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4g Senior Play 43 Assembly Com. 43 Bad- minton 1, 2, 3g Volleyball 1, 23 Archery 23 Softball 1, 2. GERTRUDE HAFFNER, 56 Gralfing Pl.- G. O. 2, 3, 4g Library Club 4. HOWARD HARRISON, 294 N. Long Beach Ave.-G. O. I, 2, 3, 4g Assembly Com. 13 Foot- ball 3, 4g Basketball 13 Baseball 1, 2. VIVIAN J. HARRISON, 35 Pennywood Ave., Rsvlt.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus 1, 2g Library Club 33 Dance Com. 4g Jr. Red Cross Coun. 1, 2, 33 Badminton 2, 33 Table Tennis 23 Arch- ery Mgr. 3. BEVERLY HAUPERT, 21 Ray St.-G. O. 2, 43 Archery 2. DOROTHY M. HAWKINS, 6 Waverly Pl. BARBARA HEAGNEY, 39 West 2nd St.- G. O. 2, 3, 43 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Jr. Red Cross Coun. 1, 2, 3, 4. HELEN HERBERGER, 129 Gordon Pl.-Jr. Honor Society3 Pub. Business Staff 3, 43 Lib- rary Club 3g Jr. Red Cross Coun. 3g Hockey 1, 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 1, 2, 3g Archery 2, 33 Softball 13 Basketball 1, 2, 3. JOHN HIRSCH, 149 Wallace St.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Sr. Courtesy Com. 4. KENNETH G. HOFFMAN, 88 Atlantic Ave. JUNE MARIE HOFFMAN, 36 Mount Joy Ave.-G. O. 3, 43 Pub. Business Staff 43 Girls' Chorus 4g Mixed Chorus 4g Sr. Play 43 Assem- bly Com. 43 Jr. Red Cross Coun. 4g Leaders Club 4. DANIEL N. HOPKINS, 241 E. Seaman Ave. -G. O. 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3. FRANK HUBBELL, 183 N. Columbus Ave.- G. O. 43 Band 3, 4g Basketball 3. JAMES JACKSON, 81 Whaley St. ANNA MAY JENSEN, 51 St. John's Pl.- G. O. 2, 3, 4. MARION M. JENSEN, 510 Archer St.-G. O. 2, 43 Masque and Wig 4g Sr. Courtesy Com. 43 Badminton lg Hockey 23 Volleyball 23 Archery 2. BETTY JOHNSON, 349 Archer St.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Vice-Pres. 1, 23 Jr. Honor Soc. Treas. 13 Flashings 33 Typing Ed. 43 Jr. Orch. lg Assembly Com. 33 Basketball lg Cheer- leader 2, 3, 4. GEORGE JOHNSON, 12 Mount Ave.-Foot- ball 2, 33 Track 3. CHARLES JORDAN, 83 New York Ave.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4g Flashings 33 Band 1, 23 Foot- ball 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 4. MARGARET MARY KALBACH, 200 W. Merrick Rd.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Flashings lg Library Club 3, 4g Assembly Com. 43 Jr. Red Cross Coun. 2. PETER KARAVIAS, 23 Mount Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 33 Track 23 Rifle 4. WILLIAM E. KERWIN, 103 Rutland Rd.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Vice-Pres. 33 Flashings 43 Masque and Wig 23 Pres. 3, 43 Sr. Play 2, 3, 4g Assembly Com. 43 Basketball 1, 2. JOHN KNIGHT, 21 Holloway St., Rsv1t.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Jr. Honor Soc.3 Sr. Band 1, 2, 3, Exec. Coun. 43 Sr. Orch. 3, 43 Chorus 33 Masque and Wig 3, 43 Sr. Play 33 Dance Com. 43 Science Club 1, 43 Jr. Red Cross Coun. lg Rifle 4. JEAN M. KOBEL, 298 S. Main St.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Class G. O. Rep. 3, 43 Flashings Ex- change Ed. 43 Assembly Com. 3, Chairman 4g Dance Com. 2, 3, 4g Badminton 1, Volley- ball 2. LEROY KOST, 16 E. Milton St. JOAN KRAMER, 116 W. Merrick Rd.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Assembly Com. 3, 4, Dance Com. 3, Sr. Courtesy Com. 4, Jr. Red Cross Coun. 1, Badminton 2, Volleyball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2. WILLIAM JOSEPH KROPP, 450 Ray St.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3. MARILYN KUTZING, 11 Chestnut St.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, News Service 3, Badminton 3, Vol- leyball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 2. EDNA D. LAMBRIGHT, 10A Waverly Pl.- G. O. 1, 2, 4, Flashings 1, 2, 4. PETER A. LAMPASONA, 169 Whaley St.- G. O. 1, 2, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, Class Soc. Sec. 4, Flashings 3, 4, Dance Com. 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 4. CHRISTINE D. LANE, 51 Utz St.-G. O. 4. JEAN LANG, 102 Washburn Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Jr. Red Cross Coun. 1 2, Badminton 3, Table Tennis 2. MARGUERITE K. LANKENAU, 2 Sports- man Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Flashings 4, As- sembly Com. 4, Jr. Red Cross Coun. 4, Bad- minton 2, 3, Volleyball 2, Basketball 1. IRENE LARSEN, 1 Rogers Pl.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Sec. 1, Jr. Honor Soc., News Service 3, 4, Chorus 1, Assembly Com. 4, Dance Com. 4, Volleyball 3. WILLIAM LEE, 15 Morton Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 4: Football 2. BARBARA LEFF, 124 N. Long Beach Ave.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Flashings 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Masque and Wig 2, 3, Rep. 4, Assembly Com. 3, 4, Dance Com. 3, 4, Badminton 1, Hockey 2, Honor 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 4. BETTY LOU LEITHOLD, 38 Claurome Pl.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Flashings 2, Assembly Com. 3, 4, Dance Com. 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross Coun. 1, Table Tennis 2, 3, Volleyball 1, 4, Softball 1, 2, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 4. ANN LEWIS, 74 E. Milton St.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 3, Archery 3, Softball 3. RODDY LOFTHOUSE, 46 Stevens St.-G. O. 1, 2, 4, Homeroom Mgr. 1, Football 1, 2. 1393 MARGARET LOONAM, 500 S. Main St.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4. NANCY A. LOONAM, 280 Wallace St.-G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Courtesy Conl. 3, 4. DORETHEA LOVING, 120 E. Sunrise Hway. -G. O. 3. GLORIA J. Loz1ER, 224 s. Long Beach Ave. -G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, Masque and Wig 2, 3, 4, Assembly 4, Jr. Red Cross Coun. 1, 2, 3. JOHN MANSPERGER, 19 Essex Ct.-G. O. 1, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Exec. Coun. Vice-Pres. 4, Honor Soc. 4, Band Rep. fRochesterJ 4. JOHN F. MARCLEY, Seaman's Neck Rd., Sfd.-G. O. 2, 4. RICHARD D. MARSALA, 160 E. Fulton Ave., Rsvlt.-G. O. 1, Chorus. JOAN THERESA MASON, 410 Atlantic Ave. -G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross Coun. 1, Hockey 1, 2, Honor 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, Honor 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Leader 3, Stockroom Mgr. 2, 3, 4, Hockey Mgr. 1, 2, 3, 4. LYNN MATHEWSON, 35 W. Seaman Ave.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Sec. 4, Jr. Honor Soc., Sr. Honor Soc., Voyageur Sports Ed. 4, Flash- ings 3, 4, News Service 3, Chorus 2, Pres. 1, Vice-Pres. 4, Senior Play 2, 3, 4, Assembly Com. Sec. 4, Badminton Honor 1, 2, 3, 4, Vol- leyball 1, 2, Honor 3, Capt. 4, Archery 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Honor 4, Girls, A.A. Pres. 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, Capt. 4, Leaders' Club 4, Mod. Dancing 3. A. J. MCKNIGHT, 78 E. Merrick Rd.-G. O. 1, 2, 4, Football 1, 2, Track 1, 2. JEAN MCQUIGGAN, 340 Park Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Club 3, Hockey 1. J. GARVIN MECKING, 136 So. Grove St.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Voyageur Ed.-in-Chief 4, Flashings 1, 2, 4, Pub. Bus. Staff 1, Chorus 4, Masque and Wig 3, 4, Senior Play 3, 4, Assembly Com. 3, Exec. 4, Dance Com. 4, Science Club 3, Sec. 4, Jr. Red Cross Coun. 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 4, Mgr. 3, Rifle l, 2, Exec. Coun., Tri. Forum 2. fContinued on page 771 NI... Y ' Team Ffa. C less UH! Ones fo be Renaming! fa vu -1 4' yan -Floycl Nfscsf Smiles Hay Esfkev Mod Rq-vvesenJn.+ioe D 4: nu - 'Fefe Q C u.+CS'i' Cofsgxe r ... . , i Iackft 'A some mos+ for FHQS. ?'1'1 Pete, acre 'A Flo 'Be-si Figwfes East Sings 'W H QC QV! 1 S 'Bgdf ?ersovxu.lifi,eS f ' V' Cleat P10511 'Pofukf 1 Mosf R lenfeJ A Cu.1'es'f' Tackle Vfosi' Hia' 4 S cceed Lusrefia Uimy IW 7 Q Q ' ' :foam Ink .BE sf :Dancers Nosil hi' ic Q V' f M Bgffy Do.-Je 'Fefe Sue fx? A f QA We N Cllav- 'IC YSYYlQ0.t,I85t 'A .Besf -DYCSSCJ 335+ Lggkinj V0 y c BUSINESS STAFF Gen. Business Mgr .,.., Helen Herberger Asst. Gen. Business Mgr. Eleanor Henningson Copy Ed.. Flnsliings ..,. Marjorie Ferris A ssl. Copy Ed., FIashings..Gay Crouse Adv. fllgr., Voyagenr ...,., ,lune Hoffman Asst. Adv. Mgr., Voyngeur Riva Charkin Copy Ed., Voyugeur ....,, Colette Ballot Stag Boolrlreeper ..,,,. Herbert Paulson SOLICITORS 1 Gloria Chaiko Bob Muldowney Kenneth Frederiek Al Nieolino N Grace Grogan Caryle Montifiore ' Ann Rosenfeld Behind the seenes of every publication are hurry, worry, hustle. and bustle. Our own "FlasI'I- ingS" and "Voyageur" are no exeeptions. There is the ever-present problem of raising money to pay our bills. This responsibility falls on the shoulders of the Publieations Business Staff. Among our "eapables" we find Unele Herbie Paulson, our staff bookkeeper who runs the add- ing machine: Ilelen Herberger. General Business Managerg and a new addition to our staff-Eleanor Ilenningson as Assistant General Business Manager: Colette Ballot tl'm using the scissors now I , Copy Editor of "Voyageur": Marjorie Ferris tI've lost the eutst. Copy Editor of "FlasHingS": Gay Crouse tI've got my Intermediate to dot. Assistant Copy Editor ,, - ,, of a'FlasIIingS": and June Holfman, Advertising Manager of 'tVoyageur." There are the indispensable solieitors4Caryle Monti- Iiore. Gloria Chaiko. Graee Grogan. Ann Rosenfeld. Reva Charkin. Al Nieolino. Bobby Muldowney. and Kenneth Frederiek. who, when everyone else was warm and dry inside. plowed up and down the streets in the ,Ieep to sfrlieit those ads that were so hard to get. A great deal of eredit is due our capable adviser, Mr. M.. who so eneouragingly kept us to the deadline so that we would be on time with our publications. Vlfithout the in- vineible Mr. M., this year's sueeess would not have been possible. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Nlr. Moger and those on the Publications Business Staff who worked with me to make this year the best any staff ever had. M. F. CUT' EDITI DRIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief ....,. J. Garvin Mecking Asst. Editor .,.......... Barbara Fischbein Art Editor .,,,,,.......,.. Thomas Copeland Typing Editor .......... Betty Ann Miller Photographic Editor ........ David Eddy Format Editor ..,... Jacqueline Brandes Asst. Format Editor Marguerite Montalbano Club Editor .,..,.,. Mary Esther Carmen Alsst. Club Editor ....,... Robert Spitzler flirls, Sports Editor..Lynn Mathewson Boys' Sport Editor .,Y... John Bradshaw We on the Voyageur staff will always think of this book as our very special brain child. Vile have nurtured it from the moment that the idea of our-youth-and-town theme was born. We mold- ed and strengthened it picture by picture, word by word, until it could stand on its own feet and proudly proclaim that it was ready to be christened tby cokel and launched as Voyageur 1949. The beautiful drawings in this book were done by Tom, our wonderfully dependable idea man. He not only drew the pictures for the book but also carved those beautiful divider-page models and set up pictures. Hc's a fine fellow to work and work with. Betty Ann, our super typing editor, is responsible for the typographical layout and for typing all the copy. Even under such a burden of work she smiled and imbued others with a sense of pride in work well done. Two other industrious and reliable workers on the staff were Marguerite and Barbara. They worked hard on the Senior Activity lists and on the informal photo pages. Barbara wrote the foreword and the snatches of poetry. ,lackie's engaging smile and good spirit were worth even more to the staff than her excellent musical write-upsg so too did Mary Esther's song leading knit together the groups in the same well organized way that she wrote the Honor Society article. Dave, our photo editor, took the pictures for the Popularity Poll and was Mr. SteH'el's assistant for thc two big days of watching the birdie. Lynn, the ener- getic, did the writing for the cheerleaders' page, while level-headed John wrote the boys' sports articles. Bob's language ability is shown in the chorus article. Last but far from the least in importance is Miss Didas, our faculty adviser. She did the most work of all, in that she had to dress up writings and put her seal of approval on everything that went into the book. It has been a wonderful experience working with all these people, learning to know and appreciate them and their work. I now realize, and they must too, that this book is well worth the tremendous amount of work that went into it. .l. C. M. dm , -2, 4 ki H W I The National Honor Society Prohahly thc zenith of any aspiring student's high school career is induction into the National Honor Society. Formerly, the prerequisite for this society, the Phi Beta Kappa of high school, was scholarship. As this quality is not the only requirement for NATM 0 NAL Howes s crew Q 4 Z W 1 milf f B- 553 fi W W mmumrmfl M"'A'lW L 45 it a well-rounded personality. character. leader- ship, and service were added. This year, for the first tinle in the history of the Freeport Chapter, a new precedent was estab- lished-two Senior induction ceremonies. with the increasing dilliculty of getting into college. the memhers of the society elected in their Jun- ior year agreed with Mr. Mansperger. our fae- ulty adviser, who proposed holding two induc- tions. one in November and one in March. The helief is that the new policy will he a definite asset for students filing applications for college. The first induction was held in November. At this time Louise Myers, Mary Esther Carmen. Bill Dodd, and Gene Schulze spoke on the four cardinal principles. ln March the second induction was held. Helen Herherger spoke on charaeterg Hope Copeland. on seholarshipg Olaf Berg, on leadership: ,lim Ceorgas, on service. A person who has love of learning. is ahle to lead, serves his school faithfully, and fits into society as the keystone fits into the arch, is truly a worthy memher of the National Honor Society. Ho X Ad A' 1 'X HX 50 Junior CLASS OFFICERS President .................,..,.,....,.. Diane Jordan Vice-Prvsiflvnt ..........,, Charles Krununel Serretary .,....A,... A....,... W alter Ncstvogel Treasurer ,,.....A...,.,..,. Charles Dietrich C.O. Representative ,....... Virginia Bruton Social Secretary ....,........... Penny Girdner A X'-,357 M ,xy Q A M gwr 43.62 A9 ff' D, W l Qpflvcx G01 "" 'wtldkfwc 'Q -A X. V rl-J:-j mi New nfi,f gif A A, 9-.91 . vy ,S 1:3 M ,Fil Afju ,--5 N ke' Qjrvm i .p w 0-'MA Gite' 'YUM' 0'-'T' fx X R MAT jf' 14659 .,, - N n , ,gs Class L l. W t VI i ', A .. V . I l K 'I ali E D it V, l' f1l.4f"?,i our dimes fill Red Cross boxes. All in all, we .X VAPWNJ nz, 'lit ' bustling Juniors have had an activity-laden year 1 ' ' -- I .. 5 "'- C found Ombelves back which augurs will for a glorious Senior finish. K M stflof us were aulazcd and pleased, xfloo, to, find bursellves almost at the top of the llligh school ladder. Our Junior year has been full of many good things. The accomplishment which gave us the most pleasure and satisfaction was the success of our Junior Prom. Every time any of us sees an outdoor cafe a la France, we shall remember the transformed Columbus Avenue gym and our Prom. Nor are there any school activities wl1icl1 do not find Juniors in the front ranks-football, basketball, baseball, track, cross country, club rosters. In the band alone twenty-five Juniors 1 can be found. -Our journalists fill Flasllinggg I . , xyl, , , INK 51,1 x , -. 4: X M ' ,ff-Z QF 5 El, , ' :gc " 1 5 5 f . . J I t Xu . . Q J 'f ' t Ri W . 473 593-qrfffw-pfwfw+W?N Who's that walking dowjll the halls with the proudest smile of al? hy, a Sophomore, of NV ' . it ' J - r0urs4 . J And every outfall lysophs has a right to be ,jj yy ,, - WJ fl! 7 Q 'f' O ?i.." -.4261 -hex 4 it X X 1 AU V! wg k if bv ' IV' 'G W., Q,,,1...4 Sophomore proud of the class. Here are the future varsity teams-football, baseball, basketball, track. Nor is it all in the future since Carl Simone, a '51, won All-Scholastic football honors and repre- sented Freeport in the Golden Gloves. Nor can we forget the members of thelso called weaker sex who help make up the cheer leading squad, FlasHingS, and Assembly Com mittee, and Red Cross Council. We point with pride that Father never could have had a stage life either without Ginger Merritt, the talented Soph. Nor can we forget that the winner ogghe Poster Contest for "Kind Ladyu was a Soph, Norma Nieolich. ,fr "i "N . . J I All in all it has been ilu-QPIMYQQY, and wife all looking forward to ati eyen lmettelgone when we're Juniors. '."if I .1 4 v , , 9' , , ,,' 4 -' , .1 I' I 'll' I -I -X f J ,l J wr I l I , 1 V 1,1 f 'J A , J' I I ff' A me 48 lj' ff Cl ' If ass . S. Q 5 vm, ,J ' Q ""'f- iq? x , if 0 , F ' I CLASS OFFICERS 1 'rl - 'I : . . . IC, X " A Prvsulvnt ,...AA.,,.,A. ,,.........,.,,,.. B ob PHl'lSl 4 ,. - . , '-I N' I' l!'P3PTl'Sll1l'llf ...,,,,,.... Laura ,Ioan Y ought v Q . Svvrftary ,,,,..,.,. ....,A,7,, I rene Genner Xa I X4 , 'I'rjvaSurer,,-,Q ....,....A,,, .,,,,,,.. B ob Greene x ' C.O.XRc-prefsvntativv ,,,Y,.,.A,.,,. Ronald Ulip JAM N' Spcqlal Svcrvtxnry ....A..,,,,,....,,,, Diane Smith 1 .- xqfm u x ' I ji. M J W .1 X X K Q xxt I- ,LA X WW 3 '- Lip N - -' X N ,,, 4 . X' ,N , n ",x .Q g L HN dl I4-' 5 I- 1 ' . L Q", ' J , - gf 'lg 1 Q HQLX ,, nkfo-L X ' - 9' xffncifflf 'Qf,lw,l- ' 5? XV x it - ,JL if T J X J 'X . 1 11212 Ji'-QQ' - f' Fx 54 X, Y NA Rf- 4495 ...A+ Y J . J - M L?-, kx-J., x ,mf v N k X Freshman x CLASS OFFICERS Prvsidvnt ..,,.... ,,.,.................... D ave Portfgr Vice-President .......,,.,..Y.. Marlene Karhan Ser-rotary ,...A,AA .,....... R obcrt Wisclnan Treasurvr .,..,,,.,A,A..... ,..,... H arry Coburn C.0. Rvpresentntive ,... ...,,., H ugh Erwin Social Svcrvmry ,...... ..,, X ..... S ally Hansen 50 Class Now that the Class of '52's Freshman year is a thing of the past, we look hack with pride and forward with the expectation of contributing even more to the school's activities. Our Fresh- man year found many of the girls out for teams and cheerleading. The boys busied themselves with football, hasketball, rifle, and the many other activities open to them. For the second time the Freshmen banded together to put on a dance. This year again it was a great success, and we hope that in the many years to come this will hecome a tradition among the Freshmen. We '52'ers have always supported and will con- tinue to support the C. 0. activities. We made a substantial part of this year's cheering section for all sports. A large majority pledged to buy G.0.'s, and what's more, paid up! This just goes to show, that this year's Freshman class is tops. We hope to stay tops all the way through our Senior High career. 2 O O O .4 f 'gi .0 I O 1' 55 o 0 'Ef"" 4 f ll' S O 14" 4 .f " ff T Vg 1 " TN E lv 5 '- NN 5 HF' f '-f N 'QL ,J .J f 2 1' X '31 X, X .."fL ' E 1 5 MTI Q 5 A, N Qgw Q a f 4'-15? wig? QM Q f' W fx N A W' N X 1- -17 ig iq ,ij ircii Q., A gg. 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'mf -L1 '- K -4 . 1459 A' rl " rp'-f"""' , 1, av ' . ., 4921?-Q Iv ' ,. vu, m n fw.' 4" 'u 5331? ma 9, W, .6 'wo Az! 5 O K3 G 2 32. .I - ,Y X-' D W - ACTIVITIES This verdant grass has felt the victor's tread And known the roaring cheers of those who watch. v K U I U COUNCIL Responsible, cooperative., indispens- able . . . these selected students lead their respective groups and confer on problems ol' student activities under the counsel of Nlr. Hesse. G. U. EXECUTIVES Level-beaded, judicious, intelligent . . . these leaders of scliool activities direct the policies underlying all G. 0. pro- jects: dances, publications, and sports. 56 SR. HOMEROOM MANAGERS Ambitious, willing, amenable . . . these llonieroonl representatives spark the drive for G. 0. tickets and distrib- ute to their groups eagerly awaited FlasHingS. NEWS SERVICE Alert, accurate, diligent . . . this journalistic group under the direction of Miss Barlow cheerfully supplies news of F.H.S. activities to local newspapers. l FLASHINGS Ubiquitous, news-conscious, unbiased . . . these young newspaperlnen un- der Mr. Powell's supervision have suc- cessfully published ten fine issues of the school newspaper. DANCE COMMITTEE Spirited, creative, decorative . . under the supervision of Miss Bird this group of Saturday morning rlynamos have organized five successful G. 0 dances. 57 ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE Cupahlv, ingenious, industrious . . . this group of studs-nts under the diver'- tion of Miss Boyce cndvavors to supply the host assmnhly programs possihlc. JUNIUR BAND Promising, talented, enthusiastic . . . youngstc-rs from grades seven through nim- comprise this group and exhihit thvir musival skill and Illill'C'lli!lg prvci- sion in tht- spring parade. LIBRARY CLUB Systelnativ, patient, efficient . . . those bihliophiles under the supervision of Miss Swan adequately perform the duties of assistant librarians. Q58 SCIENCE CLUB Inventive, inquiring, scientific . . . these embryo Einsteins under Mr. ,lor- dan's leadership discuss, experiment with, and work on many problems in the field of science. I .. I .QAIU-iw-4f'vJ3'l' ffgrflfy . A 2271 7117 'if ' al' J' A , llhfpllfifyf g"',5.,-1251! NIASQUE AND WIC Versatile, artistic, dramatic . . . these young Thespians under the able direction of Mr. Burnett presented the Christmas program and a masterful pro- duction of Life with Father. 59 JUNIOR RED CROSS Helpful, sympathetic, kind . . . the members of the Junior Red Cross ac- tively represent the humanitarianism of F. H. S. students. SR. COURTESY COMMITTEE Affahlc, well-mannered, gracious . . . this group under the tutelage of Miss Constable welcomes any visitors to the school and directs them through the huilding. C603 JH. HUMERUOM MANAGERS Eager, persistent, keen . . . these vitalizcd young leaders under the super- vision of Mr. Hesse collect G. U. pay- ments and distribute FlasHingS. i RIFLE CLUB Cool, calculating, deadly . . . these junior nimrods coached by Mr. Joy over- come the vicissitudes of frigid ranges and shoot rings around their opponents. President Stanley Davidson Vice-President Ruth Fennema Secretary-Treasurer Marlene Karban Adviser Miss Cochran JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY One of the outstanding organizations in junior High School is the National Honor Society. This group is composed of pupils in the eighth and ninth grades who possess the four qualities neces- sary for election: scholarship, character, leader- ship, and service. In an impressive March seventeenth induction ceremony, President Stanley Davidson, brother of Senior Honor Society President Alvin, gave the introductory remarks. Following this was a skit in which the initially elected members pre- sented a dramatic interpretation of the mean- ing of their society. In the induction ceremony proper, Nancy Dumper gave the Scriptural read- ing. 61 The summarization of the cardinal principles inherent in the organization was given by Mar- lene Karban, Secretary-Treasurer. Vice-President Ruth Fcnnema then explained the meaning of the torch and colors. Following this student par- ticipation was the long-awaited reading by Mr. Mansperger of the list of boys and girls deemed worthy of membership by the faculty. This organization is the Junior High counter- part of the National Senior Honor Society and as such recognizes in a tangible way those boys and girls who in school life excel not only in scholarship hut in the other qualities which make knowledge valuable in our democracy: character, leadership, and service. 6. 0 a 4 ' I S . Y. x f -,f 1. J' 4 A' 'iv ' . I 1 'K 1 f buf' jo' , it VW R1-1.5. BAND The crowd risesa?XCheers fill the air. The stands svihrateggvitllxalle uproar. The F.H.S. ' 'Hind is IIIBTCDIIIE down the field. , Rronrthexnonlent eaeth musician passes be- ' ' ' Y ish Qeatr the, goal Qposts, the many hours spent at 485 1.6 ' - f 5: FEIPHF?-Bd Rfb.-e, ing 'shout of '6Take it 'sf or Q Qlvi'Ib,tlfQ4beginninE-aga ,H fem into oblivion fx . Qgtlieyighgius izipplapse hvrhawd inspires l throughout ranks pride fo a joh well done. 'P x frnkgvcggin dibpn to the Qrennial events ix l --fo?mQ gfies, unday Music eHour,i Spring I Cfncertg Memodal' y'Pa1lade+tll.e Red' and X r ,wliae visileEil1eriLYan gcJSadi-iini aikgiists of Qtlleg New' York Yadees.: year, .15 never the AsJhQaRon honored ' the ingscliifigi' bali! with a dinner and dance. Y affair had special meaning since it was Q A A ' ' 5 l1l8TlCTl0SSilllC hy a concert given by the hand 1 I ' 1 . 'Ii' L ' . ' 'itsQf.N9q.A..gfB1a1-okttggm.-i52.TJ 9 ,..'.' -lA.A.l:N-sl-I--Thx' , L50-we ' mx -1,-4.al N The Marching Band Council, composed of rep- '-uhx .IJ-,Q-L. f-tux... - - J D I 63 resentatives from grades nine through twelve replaces the Section-Heads organization. This group has been very successful in establishing an even friendlier spirit through the hand. The graduating memhers of the Marelling Band will never forget our pert drum majorette Diane Jordan, whose cheerful smile brightened those long hours of practice. Leaving the hest for the last, we extend our sincere thanks to the man who has made the hand year the best years GQ 99 - Prof. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL President ,,,.,.......,,........,..................,.. Louise Myers Vice-President .,,.......,.. ......., ,I ohn Manspergcr Secretary-Treasurer ....... ,..,.,... N aomi Lewis SENIORS JUNIORS SOPHOMORES Bill Ahhott Diane Jordan Peggy Kelly ,lohn Knight Dick Burkett Boh Conway George Seaman Dick Fcnnema Norman Tucker FRESHMEN Gene Des Isles Dave Porter J -. n THE ORCHESTRAS The symphonic strains of music are best in- terpreted through orchestras. With this state- ment in mind, let us look to our Freeport High School Orchestra. included in this group's repertoire are stand- ard orchestral selections and semi-classics. Their talent, as exemplified at the Annual Spring Con- cert, the Sunday Afternoon Music Hour, the Annual Prize Speaking Con- test, and spe- cial assembly rrofframs, is 2' Trom bones ..,.., Basses ....t.,..... French Horns .... Oboes ,.,...,.,... 1 Percussion wcll deserving of the approbation of those who have seen the orchestra in action. Under the direction of Mr. J. Maynard Wettlaufer, Prof to us, and with the capable assistance of the Sec- tion Heads, members of the orchestra are devel- oping their appreciation for finer music. Witll the continuing stress on string instru- ments in the elementary schools, thc unflagging spirit of Prof, and the diligence of these aspir- ing musicians, in the very near future another outstanding organization will glorify the name oi' Freeport High School. SECTION HEADS Stull:-nt Conductors .,,i..,,,c. ...7,....,. I .ouise Myers, Naomi Lewis Strings ,,,...,.... ,.....,.,. ,.,,. IN l arilyn Nauheim., Doris Stearns Clarinezs ,,.., ..,.,,,.,,, ..,v,,,....,,...,,,,.. N a Ollll Lewis Flutes ,,,,, ,, ,,..... Louise Myers Bassoon ,,,, ...Colette Ballot Trumpets , ,..,. Norman Tucker ,,......Melvin Lawson ...,...,lohn Mansperger ,...,Marlene Fulton ..,.,.,...Gay Crouse e,..,,,Lynn Benedict Under the skillful direction of Miss Miriam Roberts, the choruses ol' Freeport High have he- eome an institution. The choruses participate in almost every important program held in Freeport. Chorus members particularly look forward to the annual Spring Concert, for it is then that the girls east off their choir rohes for their loveliest gownsg it is then that they sing their best. The Spring Concert is the culmination of the year's work. ln the past year the Mixed Chorus, comprised of Senior High girls and boys, has come to the SOLOISTS Carolyn Bedell Mary Esther Carmen Lynn Cole Richard Marsala Sally Pussell Lucretia Simone ACCOMPANISTS Marjorie Baker Irene Genner John Knight Emma Morgan 1651 THE CHORUSES fore. While up to last year it was seen only rarely, now it has become tremendously active, singing at programs and meetings more fre- quently than ever hefore. There are over sixty memhers and the memhership is constantly growing. Wlhenever either of the choruses is asked to participate in any program, it always willing and eager to serve. No matter how short the notice given, the performance may always he expected to be a polished one. Til i si FP Pfifiiiii .. ,. J s g ,I , , fiffilflf t , Q , if if 'V i i Girls' Athletic Association Not withstanding all grunts and groans always heard, nothing will he missed more by the femi- nine graduates than the Girls' Athletic Assoeia- tion. We girls eonsider sports one of the best 1661 OFFICERS President .......A..,,.. Lynn Mathewson Viet'-President .,.,., ...,,,,. ,I oan Shean Seeremry , s.,....,.. Eleanor Ciaravino Treasurer ...... Mary Esther Carmen C.O. Represenmtire .,.. Peggy Theiss Adviser .,........., Miss Dorothy Clark activities offered in Freeport High School. We shall always remember the thrill of making the team and the ext-itement of the honor team play-days. Under the eapable direction of our well- known Mies Dorothy Clark and equally popular Mrs. Doris Falkowski, our sports program is growing larger and stronger. Our KA. Council also administered the athletie affairs of the fairer sex with great ability. The Girls' Award Assemhly at the elose of the year left us feeling sad but at the same time glowing with the knowledge that our heloved sports and well-used gym suits would he handed down to a deserving group of young athletes. F.H.S. is proud ol' its Girls' A.A. and always will he. Honor Teams HOCKEY Connie Allen Edith Anderson Katherine Andrews Barbara Coglin Eleanor Henningson Barbara Leff Shirley Lenker Joan Mason Pat McLeod Mary june Metz Bernadinc Nolan Carol Schlueter ,loan Shean Peggy Thoiss VOLLE Y BA LL Connie Allen I Barbara Leff Edith Anderson il ,loan Mason Katherine Aiglrows l ,lynn Mathewson Mary QV is 'Joan Shean Burbalfa 'uze " ,Y Rhoda Schwartz Kiroh Frfulentlfitl f Peggy Theiss K ' if ! gg , it A Wg- , VII , i 5 'BASISQTBALL .3 , -, J l . Virginia rpentler Karen Fraucnthal ln' Mafy Cfeary 'rv K Barbara Leif Barbara! Cruze' x 'N Shirley Lenkor ' nsylviaybavidgbn A J Florence Moskowitz X Ann Ut-Gosh lf M ,L Loretta Olsen Malik FiQl'ro 1 W H Peggy Theiss P X " J all at INDIVIISUAL sPoRTs BADMINTUN Mary Esther Carmen Rose Ann Cleary Marjorie Baker Roberta Grey Carol Clarke June Johnson Mary Cleary Lynn Mathewson Joan Smith TABLE TENNIS Carol ,lennison Evaura Ware Evelyn Kronk ,lane Yarrow BOWLING TEAM Marjorie Baker Roberta Gray Carol Clarke ,lune Johnson Hope Copeland Norma Nicolich Q,-3 I' -t A., Il tu BNF dish' if +P 0 1, ' 'N "2-wg. -' of 3 '-'P , , , 1 All ,. .. A 1' A :V 'M lmfiu , XJ mi 4 67 t M76 Lcgf l I ,Ll.,f v Q ,foil N . f ' ' if eww ,, Z , ' M, . 1" f,k.Qb?, n ' ng' L, 1 . Q n - T , ' 5 . dfflfiff' , or 1' l U 0 .' a ' . , CHEERIQEAQERS' . " I 4 I - 1 "Bain Re Bop, Boom Baml"- ls that just a gang of jitterhugs? I should say notl lt's none other than those versatile sparkplugs-F.H.S.'s own hard-working cheerleaders. Under the active leadership of Co-Captains Lynn Mathewson and Barbara,Neafyijtllysvkivew lgals zoom through 1 ' ' ' ff' 1. i f " V ff t ,v t -L , I f ' N44 "' if 1 VII I 'phil l argl ., ., 4 N y ,1 if U4 ,H hr W l Co-Captains Lynn and Bobbie 1681 rain, sleet, and snow! to lead the students in support of their athletes. This so-called glamorous activity is one of the toughest in the school besides being lots of fun. No one on the cheerleading squad can trllth- fully he called lazy. Nothing involves more energy or pep. Rushing from one meeting down to practice and back to another calls for true school spirit and plenty of it. These jumping jacks that caper around and just make you sit up and cheer are responsible for the enthusiasm of the student hody for F.H.S.'s sports program. Not only at. games hut also at assemblies, you'll always find Freeporfs school spirit and good sportsmanship repre- sented by this lively and colorful squad. If if AZ to W0 2 XP, 3.4.1 . .v,,,,., V, 10, 5522i x ,gk Ji 1 -Vx Sf wwh 'yy 'f , - PA. ., we' 9 -an f L in ,, , -,-'11-0 .4 f ' ' L "Wc'll do ,ty.ge.1j1gpdat' 'High a winning seasong- Bill Ashley mldghe fall pep assemblies. With-'sfuilent at a new high, the Stadium Stompeq,-as dgngaevmrfiilbifietlirnes called, routed asik opponents, losing pnly to CV ,414 L ji, D X fffmegf W MW, Q W , 1 County champion Baldwin and a -llempstead VM I,-am ol' Goliath -proportions. Will! I Racking up a string of five straight unbeaten SCORES QLZIIIIUS, the Devils waited for Baldwin. The Golden Wave came and in what was probably Freeport 'i""""" 20 Lawrence "i' the biggest game of the year took Freep0rt's Freeport """""" 19 Chaminadc measure hy a 6-0 count. Freeport -f--'--'---- 40 SUIYVCWUT -- Pa .-t- .1 hy Walt Nmvogei and All-Scholastic Freeport """"t't' M Sewanhaka hack, Ozzie Sadler, the football team finished Freeport i"'i"""' 20 Mineola "" ' third in the ty. With a practically veteran Frccport """""" 0 Baldwin ""' ' team coming kj in 1949-'50, Freeporfs chances FYCCPUU -'---------- 33 Westbury' look veliK,1lX4ll1ia3ingi.y lv,-fl! 1 Q Freeport ............ 0 Hempstead ,. A F PM 1 MXL t L wiht 5, 'QIIIAI Qt We tu L LL i ' elle? , :QNX l E tif UV 1 UN X, nil ,5 lf! N 1 Y si ,bw I V 5 -, :I J J R. V A R S I T Y l ..f 1 ' gk is C For the third consecutive year,tt'he Junior Var- sity has compiled an undefeated record. Paced by Skip Ulip, Frank Morant, and Jerry Simandl, the Junior Devils mowed over all opposition. ' .l Coachcd by Mr. Tutlull, the, ayvees rose to great heights in time Mepham ag- Freshman Team 711 gregation in a disputed 7-6 encounter. This outfit, a proving ground for future champions, deserves all the credit in the world for their competitive spirit and football know-how. Wllen they are promoted to the 1949-50 Varsity, every student should be cheering them on to a great season. Ex Jeriencin much diflicultv in carl season I g . Y games partly because the boys had to be intro- duced to each other and martl because thev were I Y , plagued hy injuries, the Freshman Football team came along to the point of producing "near" wins. If s irit is of an account the 1949 Junior P y v Varsity will he difficult to outclass. ln 1949, Coach Erehart's varsity basketball team won the South Shore Athletic League championship. Sparked throughout the season hy Bill Dodd, who won the county scoring race, and 5'8" Don Fellman, the Devils presented formidable opposition to all opponents. just as Freeport, the outstanding early leader in the race, started out strong, so too did a well- halanced Hempstead quintet. The resulting tie for first place necessitated a post-season play-off. Held at Mepham High School, our ON quintet of' Devil sharpshooters zipped the nets for a .520 ZO--'vzvmn U5 and with one second remaining, the score stood 44-44. Bill Dodd's winning foul shot will be remembered for a long time by the '49 student body. Then came the play with Garden City for the Nassau County championship. After a heart- breaking first quarter in which G.C. got a too sizable lead, the Devils began to show their old fighting spirit, and sink the baskets. Until the last minute, F.H.S. rooters had hopes of over- hauling G.C., but the final score came out with us the losers 50-46. percentage and a 68-23 victory. In the final South Shore play-off with Long Beach, the lead exchanged hands several times Freeport Mineola .,,.,,., ,,,,, 2 5 Freeport Manhasset ..,,......., 34 Freeport Garden City .,...,.. 32 Freeport Central ....,..... ..,.. 4 9 Freeport flyster Bay ,,.......... 48 Freeport Freeport Mineola .,.,.... ..... Sewanhaka 32 22 Freeport Mepham ..,............. 31 Freeport Hempstead ......,... 45 Freeport ,,.. 68 Freeport . Nevertheless, the ,49 quintet will take its, place among F.H.S.'s great. Freeport .....,.. 44 Lawrence . Freeport ..,v.... 76 Oceanside Freeport ........ 54 Baldwin Freeport ...,.... 62 Central Freeport ......., 82 Sewanhaka Freeport ......., 40 Mepham Freeport ,....,t. 32 Hempstead Freeport ,..,.... 58 Lawrence . Freeport .....,.. 68 Hempstead ..,... 23 fplayoffl 5 Long Beach ,.,. 44 fplayoffl Q72 Baldwin .... .,,.. y . -sr 3 . va Q5 y , xy ol-5 o -5 D Rc lv, ,Dice P 1, V J .J xc 4' .2 R V: og- ,. v ,.-5 ov !" V1 V A R S I T Y Q Through experience comes skill. This skill may be attained only through long hours of practice. Mr. Terryis Junior Varsity, willing to work these long hours, finished their season with an 11 and 5 record. The ,Iayvees always put on an exciting show before the Varsity game. The team paced by big Frank Morant and Charley Onderdonk often Led hy Al Scopinich and Dom Carillo, the Frosh Devils showed the spi1'it and hustle neces- sary for Freeport basketball. 73 had the crowd on their feet cheering themselves hoarse for a J.V. victory. Mr. Schnellaris freshman team in preparation for next year's Junior Varsity season tackled some tough opponents during the '48-'49 season. That they emerged with a good season record augurs well for the not-too-distant future Free- port Varsity basketball. Freshman Team l 948 NINE BASEBALL Accompanied by that customary harbinger of spring, the crack of the bat, Mr. Tremper may be found at the Stadium coaching the Varsity nine. ln 1948, the team was handicapped by injuries to key men. Nevertheless, the baseball team won 8 and lost 13. Comprised of such stalwarts as Dave Jones, Bob Kohel, and Denny Meekins, the "diamond men" compiled a .411 record. It would seem that Freeport's baseball star is definitely on the upward trend. Last year, three freshmen, Jay Schmidt, Mike Cusmano, and Bob McAllister, won their letters, and Mr. Tremper is facing the 1949 season with a well-seasoned team. Although the record could have been im- proved, the spirit and desire to win on the part of this team were tops. SCORES Freeport Oceanside ..,... ..... 1 Freeport Farmingdale Freeport Chaminade .r.. ,,,,. 2 Freeport Mepham ,,., Freeport La Salle ,....Y .r,.. 6 Freeport Sewanliaka Freeport Mepham .o... ., ,r.., 5 Freeport Adelphi ,,,,,. .. Freeport Sewanhaka , .. r,... 8 Freeport Central ,..,,,.. Freeport Ly nbrook ,.... ,, ..... 3 Freeport Lynbrook Freeport Central . .,.... ..... 5 Freeport Lawrence Freeport Lawrence ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 16 Freeport Hempstead Freeport Hempstead t,,,,,...... 3 Freeport La Salle .,.,. Frr-f-pm-1 Baldwin .,.,e,,,., .o,,, 8 Freeport Baldwin ,.,,r Freeport Chamlnade ,,...,,.,,.. 1 Freeport ....... ,...,... B aldwin ...,, 1743 1948 NINETY v , ,f . - ' v 1 Q -1 4 . nv-1" . ,. -, TRACK .. . , of M9sLspomsm!qpi,l!.ftea1ni:oikg not so, how- K I I H' eve,r7witli Traci-:.4'EBis unpublicized major sport is 'ond for the individual. In 1948 the individual, .af fared well, takyggfbvvefbut of eleven meets. ' In midnbruary, traesmmdga fellows worked out in the gym under rheiufelige of Co-Captains Bob White and Don Morant and Coaches Powell and Augustine. As the weather changed from cold to warm, operations moved to Randall Park. Once there, the jumpers, putters, sprinters, and the like repaired to their respective parts of the park. Through intensive work, the 1948 Track squad slowly took on the aspect of a for- midable team. Some of the outstanding members of the team were John Cleary and Pete Hansen in the mile, Ed Cunningham in the shot, and Vince Grasso in the high jump. While the record of this squad might have been improved, the spirit and co- operation of this fine team were unbeatable. SCORES Freeport ............ 43 Sewanhaka 61 Freeport ,,,,,,,,,.,' 52 Southside .......... 47 Freeport ,,,,..,,,.,. BZVZ Central ..,........... 86 F1-eepgrt ,,,,,-,-,-,h 13 Mepham .......... 91 Freeport ....v....... 3215 Lawrence . 1 1 M, Freeport 55 Fafnlillgdale 3616 FI'66p0I'l ............ 41 Lynbrook .,.,...... 54 Freeport 55 Hicksville -4 34M Freeport ............ 52 Baldwin ..........,. 31 Freeport 35M Hempstead 6816 Freeport ........,... 47 Chaminade 75 CJl'I1C3C."3CI7U CROSS COUNTRY Enjoying its fourth year under the classifica- tion of a major sport, cross country attracted more fellows than ever before. Under the cap- taincy of Paul Schulze, this hardy squad topped seven out of nine competitors, losing only to powerful Sewanhaka and formidable Malverne. Freeport ..,,,,,o Freeport ,,,,,, Freeport . .i.. , Freeport ,. Freeport Farmingdale Hempstead . 'f' Low score wins SCORES 28 23 34 41 32 37 32 4769 H LT' N I4 P-l to ts- to Q 57 'U I4 99 it ? Q 1 O O FP 9-l o -'T' I3 fl i cu so '1 '11 '35 5 ,.. CD 5' Q an fifth out of 160 and that no Freeport man fin- ished lower than 89th augurs well for the future cross country teams of Freeport High School. Coach Miller can look forward to 1949 with confidence, for he has a well rounded squad re- turning for cross country. I' Malverne .,.., ......, 3 0 Chaminade .... ...,i, 5 2 Central ..i,,,... ..,,.. 4 l Manhasset ..,,.. ,.,..,, 5 5 Oceanside ..,., ,,.,,,, 6 2 Sewanhaka ...... ...,,r. 2 7 Central ,.... ,,,,,,, 6 1 F. H. S. Doings QContinued from page 391 DENNIS MEEKINS, 427 Southside Ave.- Baseball 3, Capt. 4. GREGORY MERHIGE, 198 No. Columbus Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Flashings 4, Basket- ball 3, 4, Track 1, 2. ARTHUR S. MILLER, 74 Southside Ave.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Soc. 1, Rifle 1, 2. BETTY ANN MILLER, 262 Wallace St.- G. O. 1, 3, 4, Voyageur Typing Ed. 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Masque and Wig 4, Senior Play 4, Badminton 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor 3, Table Tennis 1, 2, Bowling 3, 4, Usher 1, 2, 3. FLOYD H. MILLER, 141 So. Brookside Ave. -G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Treas. 2, Flashings 4, Band 1, 2, Orch. 1, Dance Com. 4, Sr. Cour- tesy Com. 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Mgr. 1. SUZANNE C. MILLER, 142 So. Ocean Ave.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Flashings 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Mgr. 2, 3, 4, Hockey 1, Volleyball 1, 2, Bas- ketball 1, 2, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4. ELLEN MOLLER, 125 No. Grove St.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Honor Soc., Flashings 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Club 4, Badminton 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, Softball 1, Basketball 1, 2. MARGUERITE A. MONTALBANO, 292 No. Main St.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Honor Soc., Sr. Honor Soc. Sec. 4, Voyageur Asst. Format Ed. 4, Library Club 3, 4, Dance Com. 3, 4, Bad- minton 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor 3, Flashings 3, 4, Usher 1, 2, 3, Mod. Dancing 3. CARYLE MONTIFIORE, 10 E. Woodbine Dr. -G. O. 2, 3, 4, Pub. Bus. Staff 4, Assembly Com. 4, Badminton 2, 4, Bowling 2, Soft- ball 3. EDWARD MORANT, 82 E. Sunrise Hwy.- G. O. 4, Basketball 1, 2, 4. JOHN D. MORETON, 114 No. Grove St.- G. O. 3, 4, Masque and Wig 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2. EMMA LOUISE MORGAN, 82 Alexander Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Accom. 4, Badminton 4, Volley- ball 3, 4, Softball 3, 4. 771 ANNETTE MUCARIA, 3 Grafling Pl.-G. O. 2, 3, 4, Library Club 4, Sr. Courtesy Com. 4, Volleyball 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4. FRANCES MUCARIA, 3 Grafling Pl.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1. ROBERT MULDOWNEY, 241 Church St.- G. O. 1, 2, 4, Voyageur 4, Flashings 4. LOUISE LANA MYERS, 78 Independence Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Honor Soc. Pres., Sr. Honor Soc., Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Exec. Coun. Pres. 4, Orch. 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3. SAL NANIA, 300 No. Main St.-G. O. 2, 3, Orch. 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4. MARILYN JANE NAUHEIM, 2 Elm Pl.- G. O. 2, 3, 4, News Service 4, Orch. 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, Bowling 3, 4, Volleyball 2. BARBARA NEARY, 20 So. Bayview Ave.- G. O. 1, 3, 4, Flashings 4, Assembly Com. 3, Dance Com. 2, 3, 4, Sr. Courtesy Com. 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4. PEGGY NEUBRAND, 51 Queen St.-G. O. 2, 3, 4, Library Club 4, Jr. Red Cross Coun. 2, 4. AL NICOLINO, 84 Stevens Ave.-G. O. 4, Pub. Business Staff 4. BERNADINE NOLAN, 276 E. Seaman Ave. -G. O. 1, 4, Chorus 1, Hockey 4, Softball 1, 2, Honor 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3. ARLINE OBANHEIM, 12 Gordon Pl.-G. O. 1, 2, 4, Softball, Honor 3, Basketball 3. LORETTA OLSEN, 35 Holloway St., Rsvlt.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, Orch. 1, 2, Dance Com. 3, Badminton 2, Hockey 3, Volleyball 2, 3, Softball 2, 3, Basketball 1, Honor 2, 3. ALVIN PARISH, 51 Bennington Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 4. JEANNE PEARSON, 83 Weberfield Ave.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Courtesy Com. 4, Volleyball 1. STEPHANIE PEARSON, 171 No. Long Beach Ave.-G. O. 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Club Pres. 4, Badminton 2, 3, 4, Table Tennis 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. MARILYN PETERSEN, 3 Rogers Pl.-G. O. 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3. EDNA PHILLIPS, 62 Connecticut Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2. JOHN PLUNKETT, 55 Russell Pl.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Base- ball 3, 4. RACHEL POSNER, 50 Grafling Pl.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Honor Soc., Assembly Com. 4, Dance Com. 4, Home Room Mgr. 1, 2, 3, 4. CONSTANCE ELAINE POWER, 186 East Ave.-G. O. 2, 3, 4, News Service 3, 4, Bowl- ing 1, 2, Archery 2, Basketball 1, 2. JANET PIJWERS, 120 Commercial St.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, News Service 4, Chorus 1, 2, 4, Masque and Wig 2, 4, Senior Play 2, 4, Assembly Com. 4, Sr. Courtesy Com. 4, Jr. Red Cross Coun. 1, 2, 4, Hockey 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 4, Softball 1, 2, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 4. GERALD M. PRICE, 176 N. Main St.-G. O. 1, 2, 4, Jr. Honor Soc., Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orch. 1, 2, 3, 4, Assembly Com. 1, Science Club 4, Track 2, 3. ALBERT J. PULTZ, 214 Miller Ave.-Sr. Courtesy Com. 3, Football 1, 3, 4, Track 2. JOHN RAGUSA, 70 Grafling Pl.-G. O. 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Science Club 4, Track 3. ERNEST RANDALL, 21 Harvard Ave., Bld. -G. O. 4, J. V. Baseball. ROBERT RAU, 222 Shore Rd., Sfd. S. THOMAS RAYNOR, 182 Whaley St.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Class G. O. Rep. 2, Jr. Honor Soc., Sr. Honor Soc., Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Home- room Mgr. 4. JEANNE V. REMSEN, 31 St. Jol1n's Pl.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross Coun. 1. ALBERT RENKEN, 73 Woodside Ave.7G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES RICHITELLI, 136 Smith St.-G. O. 3, 4. WILLIAM RIEFENSTAHL, 70 Wallace St.- G. O. 1, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orch. 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball Mgr. 1, 2. DON RILEY, 3 Washburn Ave. NATHANIEL RIVERS, 7 Buffalo Ave.-G. O. 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Assembly Com. 4, Track 2, 3, Capt. 4, Cross Country 2, 3, 4. BETTY ROSENSTEIN, 249 Wallace St.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Badminton 1, 2, Softball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Table Tennis 1, Honor 2. ELEANOR T. ROSS, 17 Buffalo Ave.-G. O. 2, 3, 4, Badminton 4, Volleyball 4. 78 ALFRED ROSWELL, 21 Russell Pl.--G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4. KARL E. RUGER, 56 Delaware Ave.-G. O. 4, Band 4, Chorus 4, Triangle Forum 2. LUCILLE A. SANROCCO, 81 Shonnard Ave. -G. O. 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orch. 1, 2, 3, 4, Assembly Com. 4, Softball 2, 3, Basket- ball 2, 3. GENE SCHAFFER, 111 Washington St.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Flashings 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Bas- ketball 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2. MILDRED SCHAUB, 30 Martha St.-Sr. Courtesy Com. 1, 2, Badminton 2, Volley- ball 3, 4, Softball 4. ROBERT J. SCHNEIDER, 127 E. Seaman Ave.-G. O. 4, Track 3. PAUL E. SCHULZE, 127 Bedell St.-G. O. 1, 2, 4, Treasurer 3, Class Pres. 1, 2, Vice-Pres. 4, Flashings Associate Ed. 4, Dance Com. 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4. ELAINE SCHWARTZ, 320 Roosevelt Ave.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Archery 2, Bowling 2. RHODA M. SCHWARTZ. 320 Roosevelt Ave. -G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Badminton 2, Hockey 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Archery 3, Softball 3, 4. MORRIS SCOPINICH, 391 Nassau Ave.-G. O. 3. JOAN M. SHEAN, 82 W. Clinton Ave., Rsvlt. -G. O. 2, 3, 4, Flashings 3, Sports Ed. 4, News Service 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Assembly Com. 3, 4, Dance Com. 4, Science Club 1, 2, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Volley- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Triangle Forum 2, Masque and Wig 4. HOWARD D. SIMMONS, 51 Mount Ave.- Football 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. LUCRETIA SIMONE, 91 Shonnard Ave.- G. O. 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed 2, 3, 4, Assembly Com. 4, Jr. Red Cross Coun. 1, 4, Home Room Mgr. 4. GEORGE C. SMALLING, 166 Whaley St.-- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Flashings 3, 4, News Service 4, Assembly Com. 4, Dance Com. 4, Science Club 3, Treas. 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Cross Coun- try 3, 4, Bowling 4, Home Room Mgr. 1. FREDERICK LEROY SMITH, Jr., 48 Rut- land Rd.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Track 2. 3, Bowling 4. HENRY SMITH, Arthur St., Sfd.-G. O. 3, 4, Masque and Wig 2, Senior Play 3, Track 3, Cross Country 3. LEONARD HOWARD SMITH, 40 N. Grove St.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Honor Soc., Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. LINDA MAE SMITH, 74 Mount Joy Ave.- C. O. 2, 3, 4, Masque and Vlfig 2, 3, Treas. 2, Senior Play 2, 3, Badminton 2, 4, Volleyball 2, 4, Archery 2, 4, Basketball 2, 4. EVERETT SNELLING, 309 S. Main St.-G. O. 4, Track 3, Cross Country 4. ROBERT SPITZLER, 192 Pennsylvania Ave. -G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Assit Copy Ed. 4, Flashings 2, News Service 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Masque and Wig 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 2, 3, 4, Assem- bly Com. 3, Science Club 2, Jr. Red Cross Coun. 4, Amer. Legion Prize Speaking Con- test Winner 4, Triangle Forum 2, Debate Club 3. DORIS EDYTHE STEARNS, William St., Sfd.-G. O. 4, Orchestra 3, 4. ROBERT STEWART, 810 Oak St., N. Bell- more-C. O. 4. JEAN-MARGARET ST. LOUIS, 311 Locust Ave.-C. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 1, Bowling 1, 2, Volleyball 2, Archery 2, Honor 3, Home- room Mgr. 3. RICHARD C. STUMPF, 133 Miller Ave.-C. O. 4. ETHEL G. TERRELL, Taft St., Wntg.-G. O. 4. HENRY D. THOMAS, 91 E. Milton St.-Cho- rus 1, Track 3, 4, Cross Country 3, 4. JAMES THOMAS, 142 East Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 4, Band 1, 2, 3. ROBERT' TILP, 7 Woodbine Drive East-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross Coun. 1. ALVIN I. TIRMAN, Jr., 171 West Lena Ave. -G. O. 2, 3, 4. MARY TOBIN, 75 E. Milton Ave.-C. O. 2, 3, 4, Usher 1, 2, 3. THOMAS TOBIN, 75 E. Milton Ave. RALPH P. TOMEO, 30 Independence Ave. GERTRUDE ANN TOOMER, 11 Helen Ave. -G. O. 33 .lr. Red Cross Coun. 1. FRANK NORMAN TUCKER, 239 Whaley St. -G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orch. 1, 2, 3, Sect. Head 4, Masque and Wig 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Rifle 3, 4, Gym Leader 2, 3, Band Coun. 4. GENE ANTHONY TURCO, 116 Lincoln Ave., Rsvlt.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT TUTHILL, 20 Cecelia Pl., sfd.-G. 0. 2, 4. EILEEN TUTTLE, 14 Gordon Pl.-G. O. 1, 4, Hockey 1, Archery 2, 3. JOAN VAN NOSTRAND, 1 Forbes Pl. LORRAINE VAN REES, 146 Wallace St.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, News Service 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Masque and Wig 3, 4, Senior Play 3, 4, Assembly Com. 4, Jr. Red Cross Coun. 1, 4, Badminton 2, Hockey 1, Table Tennis 1, 2, Volleyball 1, Archery 3, Basketball 1. JEANNE VOORIS, 100 Atlantic Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 4, Orch. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross Coun. 3. ROBERT WALTER, 172 Independence Ave. -G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. EUGENE WATSON, 12 So. Columbus Ave.- C. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1: Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 1. BERT WELLS, 255 No. Long Beach Ave.- G. O. 3, 4, Band Mgr. 1, 2, 3, Orch. Mgr. 1, 2, 3. LOUISE WEST, 103 Mill Road-G. O. 1, 3, 4: Jr. Honor Soc. 1, Orch. 1, Chorus 1, Jr. Red Cross Coun. 4. RICHARD WETTLAUFER, 18 Lee St., Rsvlt. -Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orch. 1, 2, 3, 4, Masque and Wig 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 2, 3, 4, Baseball Mgr. 3, 4, Rifle 2, 3. GLADYS P. WHITE, 90 Manhattan St., Rsvlt. MARY WILLIAMS, 49 Helen Ave.-G. O. 4, Chorus 4, Badminton 4. RICHARD WILLIAMS, 18 Pierrepoint St.- G. O. 3, 4. THELMA WINN, 82 E. Sunrise Highway. CHARLES WITZKE, Ocean Ave., Sfd. ALFRED WOLFE, 146 So. Main St. ALFRED ZACCHIA, 105 Pearsall Ave.-C. O. 4. Club Membership List SENIOR BAND Bill Abbott Colette Ballot Lynn Benedict Jackie Brandes Lucille Herr John Hesse Joyce Himmel Carole Jennison Barbara BrockmeyerJohn Joyce Richard Burkett Gloria Chaiko Robert Conway Shirley Corwin Gay Crouse Jessie De Rosa Muriel Dragonetti Chester Ehrmann William Els Irene Esser Jack Fassett Richard Fennema Hanni Fey Marlene Fulton Barbara Goldblum John Herbert Rosemary Joyce Ronald Kanan Jack Kelly Peg Kelly Frances Kesselman John Knight Norma Larsen Barbara Lustig Melvin Lawson Naomi Lewis John Mansperger Louise Myers Paul Perez Dave Porter Sally Possell Jerry Price SR. GIRLS' CHORUS Antoinette Alicastro Marjorie Baker Carol Bedell Geraldine Bennett Marjorie Ferris Anita Flack Lee Fletcher Gloria Fischer Harriet Benjamin Adrienne Garfinkel Janet Ber man Nadia Hair B Mary Esther Carmen Barbara Heagney Margaret Calabuse Mary Rita Coca Lynn Cole Barbara Combes Mary Conen June Hoffman Alice Johnson Carol Kessinger Barbara Leif Shirley Lenker Hope Copeland Alberta Mankowich Martha Cordaro Barbara Dederick Joan Dessart Janet Dunker Barbara Marra Lynn Mathewson Clara Mattson Ellen Moller Emma Morgan Lowell Raynor Robert Raynor Tom Raynor William Riefenstahl Gertrude Riman Leonard Rundell Lucille Sanrocco Harvey Schneider Bob Schultz Lillian Scopinich George Seaman Joan Shean Joy Siegel Leonard Smith Vivian Terry Robert Walters Dick Wettlaufer Rosemarie Willig Jane Wilson David Winter Joyce Wise Frances Mucaria Stephanie Pearson Anne Pietro Sallie Possell Janet Powers Janet Pridham Faith Rogers Kay Rosenstein Virginia Schneider Lucille Shear Marion Shepherd Marion Stanton Diane Smith Barbara Thompson Mary Willett Mary Williams Lorraine Van Rees NINTH GRADE CHORUS Lillian Arnold June Carman Barbara Chambers Evelyn Cronk Cynthia Derbyshire Harriet Ebbets Jane Edwards Pat Fischer JR. AND SR. Antoinette Alicastro Grace Austin Geri Bennett Carol Carnel Virginia Carpenter Eleanor Ciaravino Gloria Dickenson Anne Di Gesu Audrey Fieldsa Sybell Harris Betty Howe Marjorie Judge Doris Kopauf Marlene Karban Lenore Kulick Ruth Lane Mary Lou Miller Claudette Ruggiero Viasta Schretzmayer Lucille Stearns Frances Troze Madeleine Fanstall Jane Vose Diane Willig Jane Yarrow RED CROSS COUNCIL Pat Flynn Barbara Heagney Peggy Lankenau Bernice Lieberman Gloria Lozier Pat McLeod Helen Muller Charles Onderdonk John Perrotta Janet Powers Frances Pratt Lucille Shear Marion Tiemann Lorraine Usticon Joyce Wise JUNIOR BAND Gerry Brandes David Brown Joan Carle Hosea Carpenter Marleigh Chandler Harry Cob Barbara Corretty Ellie De Mov Helen De Mov Janet de Thomas Nancy Dumper Ed Everett Bill Engleman Ginnie Furman David Gathers Howard Harlmann Bill Harms Marilyn Heller Paul Hubbell Thomas Johnston Monroe Lewis Pat Lush Doug. Knettle Jack Merle Flint Moger Judy Nauheim Ruth Noll Al Olsen Ali Pitt Robert Raynor Rod Raynor Fay Regan Jo Ripplemaier Liz Rodri David Walsh Lee Wettlaufer Howard Zipper SENIOR ORCHESTRA Colette Ballot Lynn Benedict Richard Burkett Bob Burkhard Anne Cantilli Gloria Chaiko Robert Conway Gay Crouse Eugene Des Isles Irene Esser Richard Fennema Barbara Goldblum Marlene Fulton Barbara Galos Roberta Gray John Herbert Paul Heller Lucille Herr Ronald Kanan Peggy Kelly John Knight Melvin Lawson Bob Le Drew Naomi Lewis Marilyn Lincer Jean Lyon John Mansperger Louise Myers Marilyn Nauheim Norma Nicolich Jerry Price Joan Richards MIXED CHORUS Antoinette Alicastro Marjorie Baker Carolyn Bedell Harriet Benjamin Geraldine Bennett Olaf Berg Janet Bergman Margaret Calabuse Bruce Campbell Larry Cobb Mary Rita Coca Lynn Cole Barbara Combes Tom Copeland Jay Crook Gene Des Isles Jean Dessart Rudolph Dryer Marjorie Ferris Adrienne Garlinkel Walter Hannington Barbara Heagney June Hoffman Carol Kissinger Alice Johnson Richard Marsala Barbara Marra Clara Mattson ' J. Garvin Mecking Emma Morgan Frances Mucaria Herbert Paulson Stephanie Pearson Anne Pietro William Riefenstahl Karl Ruger Lucille Sanrocco Carol Schleuter Robert Schultz George Seaman Davis Stearns Ruth Sutherland Nancy Sutermeister Vivian Terry Norman Tucker Jean Vooris Dick Wettlaufer Rosemarie Willig James Yahner Anne Yarrow Sallie Possell Janet Powers Janet Pridham Marshall Rivers Faith Rogers Karl Ruger Ginnie Schneider Marion Shepherd Lucretia Simone Neil Smalling Diane Smith Marion Stanton Donald Swisker Barbara Thompson John Weymann Mary Williams JUNIOR STRING ORCHESTRA Fernando Carpenter Alice Erlandsen Kate Koster William Hillebrest CHEERLEADERS Co-Captains .,....,.,.....,. Barbara Neary, Lyn Anne Boerum Anne Cantilli Mary Cleary Joyce Ford Betty Johnson Carol McLaughlin Suzanne Miller Carol Munkelt Florence Grimm Kathryn Pease 4303 n Mathewson Mitzi Petrovits Carol Schleuter Jean Schrott Diane Smith Norma Wrede JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY FLASHINGS President .,,....., , ..4,...,...,,,,......,...,.............. Stanley Davidson Vice-President ...,,.........,...,,...,.......,. ......... R lllll Fennema Secretary-Treasurer ....,..........,.............,.... Marlene Karban Harry Coburn Evelyn Cronk Nancy Dumper Barbara Ann Keil David Porter 8th Grade Patricia Bliss Marleigh Chandler Grace Disch Mary Dodd Barbara Fisher Lea Giblyn Alberta Herr Diane Intrilligator Neil McLellan Anita Nonemaker Sally Parker Cynthia Rigby Dorothy Schmidt Gerald Stoodley Joan Werdann George Wettlaufer Dolores Wurtzel Anne Yarrow G. O. President ..,......,............. V ice-President ,,...,, Vice-President ,..... Secretary ................ Social Secretary .,..,,. Treasurer ..,..............., Bill Annett Florence Baldwin Anne Boerum John Bradshaw Virginia Bruton Hope Copeland Richard Darcy Eugene Des Isles Constance Allen Colette Ballot Beverly Bates Donald Bretzger Virginia Bruton Ann Cantilli Harold Cantilli Barbara Chambers Rose Anne Cleary Richard Darsey Robert Dashiell Joyce Day Mary Dodd Henry Els Cornelia Fennema Ruth Fennema Lee Giblyn Betty Lou Gill Penny Girdner Sally Hansen Bill Kerwin David Kirby Evelyn Kissinger Jean Kobel Barbara Koglin David Lane Renata Riemer Nancy Sutermeister Leslie Thomas Frances Troge Jane Vose ELECTED '49 9th Grade Barbara Coretty Hugh Erwin Irene Esser Sally Hansen John Hesse Ruth Howley Joan Larsen Arthur Muller Theresa Pititto Philip Roberts Gordon Sammis Peter Sanders Shiela Shean Lucille Stearns COUNCIL Dodd Walter Nestvogel .......,,.David Pearsall .......,......Patricia Boyle ,,....,....,....Jac ueline Brandes q O'Mealley Grace Disch Janet Dunker Hugh Irwin Jean Kobel Barbara Letf Garvin Mecking Diane Smith Peggy Theiss JR. AND SR. HOMEROOM MANAGERS Richard Lasher Barbara Leif William Lewis Jaren Long Gail Marshall Wayne Marshall James Millard Suzanne Miller Flint Moger Carol Munkelt Allan Olsen Sally Parker Thomas Raynor Brooky Redivo Renata Reimer Cynthia Rigby Joan Ruthoy Fred Schwarz Lucretia Simone Ed Smith Marion Stanton Leslie Thomas Mary Vogt Kenneth Vought Laura Jean Voug Ann West ht Editor-in-Chief ..............,,..................,,......., Associate Editors ..,........, Exchange Editor ...,.,.......,..........,. .,.......... Sports Editors ......,.,. Typist .........,......,,,,,,., Florence Baldwin Pat Boyle Jackie Brandes Ginnie Bruton Jimmy Buchan Mary E. Carmen John Cleary Gay Crouse Charles Dietrich Bill Dodd Janet Dunker Judy Eschwege Barbara Fischbein Muriel Gilbert George Golden Howard Harrison Eleanor Henningson John Bradshaw Gene Schulze, Alvin Davidson .,........Jean Kobel ...,.....,Joan Shean, Jim Georgas Johnson Charles Jordan Barbara Leif Peter Lampasona Gail Marshall Lynn Mathewson Garvin Mecking Floyd Miller Suzanne Miller Ellen Moller Louise Myers Walter Nestvogel Bob Parisi Jack Plunkett J oan Riseley Lucretia Simone Neil Smalling Bob Spitzler Lorraine Van Rees LEADERS' CLUB Carolyn Bedell Olaf Berg Robert Black Pat Boyle John Bradshaw Jackie Brandes Hope Copeland Virginia Crouse Alvin Davidson Bill Dodd Judy Eschwege Marjorie Ferris Barbara Fischbein June Hoffman Bill Kerwin Jean Kobel John Mansperger Garvin Mecking Louise Myers Walter Nestvogel David Pearsall Stephanie Pearson Joan Shean NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY John Bradshaw Jacqueline Brandes Mary Esther Carmen Thomas Copeland Alvin Davidson lst Induction Olaf Berg Eleanor Ciaravino Hope Copeland Jay Crook Jim Georgas Helen Herberger John Knight Marilyn Kutzing Irene Larsen John Mansperger Lynn Mathewson ELECTED '48 J. William Dodd Marguerite Montalbano Louise Myers S. Thomas Raynor P. Eugene Schulze ELECTED ,49 2nd Induction Carolyn Bedell Janet Dunker Hanni Fey Marion Jensen Barbara Leif Garvin Mecking Betty Ann Miller Ellen Moller John Ragusa Joan Shean Neil Smalling Leonard Smith Henry Thomas Lonraine Van Rees SCIENCE CLUB President .....,,..................................,.......,.,............ Olaf B William Annett Robert Black Richard Fennema Jim Magidson Richard Mayer Bob Mazelsky Lee Wettlaufer Garvin Mecking erg GIRLS' A.A. LIBRARY CLUB President' ..............A.....A........,,..................... Lynn Mathewson Vice-President .......... A.....,............. , ..Joan Shean Secretary ..................,..... ..,........ E leanor Ciaravino Treasurer ............,,,.,...,...,.. .A...... M ary Ester Carmen G. 0. Representative ......... .........,.......,,.,..,.,.. P eggy Theiss Adviser ......,.................... .... Connie Allen Edith Anderson Marjorie Baker Carolyn Bedell Anne Boerum Virginia Bruton Virginia Carpenter Carol Clarke J une Clarke Mary Cleary Nancy Collins Hope Copeland Barbara Cruze Sylvia Davidson Joyce Day Muriel Dragonetti Janet Dunker Ruth Engelke Barbara Fischbein Karen Frauenthal Marilyn Fyvolent Muriel Gilbert Penny Girdner Roberta Gray Rosalie Haas Dianne Hagen Elinor Henningson Helen Herberger Carole Jennison June Johnson Barbara Killin Marilyn Kutzing Barbara Letf Betty Lou Leithold Shirley Lenker Betty Levine . ,.......,..... Miss Dorothy C Ruth McDevitt Pat McLeod Catherine Macaulay Joan Mason Mary June Metz Betty Ann Miller Suzanne Miller Ellen Moller Marguerite Montalbano Emma Morgan Carole Munkelt Norma Nicolich Bernice Nolan Loretta Olsen Stephanie Pearson Janet Powers Gertie Riman Betty Rosenstein Lucille Sanrocco Virginia Sehin Carole Schleuter Rhoda Schwartz Mildred Severs Joan Smith Arlene Smith Diane Smith Linda Smith Carole Jean Stumpf .lean St. Louis Janet Tiemann Marilyn Thomas Lorraine Van Rees Mary Vogt Jane Wilson Joyce Wise Joan Wright Jeanne Zweek ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE lark Chairman ,.,.,...,............,,......,.......,...........,.,.......... Jean Kobel Social Secretary .,...,,. .......,..........................,.. P at Boyle John Bradshaw Peggy Lankenau Anne Boerum Barbara Leif Rosemary Boegel Betty Leithold Bill Dodd Lynn Mathewson Judy Eschwege Garvin Mecking Marilyn Fyvolent Barbara Neary Betty Johnson Gene Schulze Joan Kramer .loan Shean NEWS SERVICE STAFF Editor ., ..,........... , .r..................................,...Y.. Hope Copeland Assistant Editor ........ ......,....,..,..,......... J anet Dunker Joan Anthony Ronald Kanan Joan Bock Barbara Koglin Florence Baldwin James Magidson K. Boden Dick Mayer Barbara Corretty Janet Powers Pat Eagen Frances Pratt Judy Eschwege Maurlyn Fox Marlene Fulton B. Gritfen Carole Jennison Maureen Shiel Neil Smalling Ed. Smits Lorraine Van Rees Gordon White 82 President ....,.,. ................,..,.,,,....,.....,. Secretary ..,,,........... Treasurer ................... G. 0. Representative Janet Bergman Joan Bock Doris Bretzger Geri Bennett Joan Campbell Mary Esther Carmen Ruth Darcey Janet Dunker Barbara Griffin Nina Hallam Gertrude Halfner Stephanie Pearson .....,.,....,.Judy Eschwege ............Y.......Barbara Dederick ,......r......,.....,,....Y...Florence Baldwin Ruth Hudock Peg Kalbach Alice Melick Ellen Moller Marguerite Montalbano Annette Mucaria Peggy Neubrand Katherine Scott Maureen Shiel Emily Stratton Lorraine Van Rees Willett SENIOR COURTESY COMMITTEE Geraldine Bennett Jackie Brandes Catherine Boden Pat Bree Muriel Dragonetti Don Durlacher Judy Eschwege Florence Grimm John Hirsch Marion Jensen Bill Kerwin Joan Kramer Barbara Leif Nancy Loonam MASQUE Joan Mason Floyd Miller Annette Mucaria Sal Nania Barbara Neary Bob Ostheus Jeanne Pearson Janet Powers Lucille Sanrocco Mildred Schaub Mary Tobin Jean Voories Gladys White AND WIG President .........................,,.........,.............., William Kerw in Vice-President ..,... Secretary ....... . .... . Treasurer .........,,. Connie Allen Colette Ballot Lynn Benedict John Bradshaw Jackie Brandes Pat Bree Ginnie Bruton Ronald Canfield Ann Cantilli Mary Esther Carmen Eleanor Ciaravino Larry Cone Hope Copeland Tom Copeland Jay Crook Gloria Dickenson Don Durlacher Lorna Dynes Chester Ehrman Ruth Fennema Marjorie Ferris Hanni Fey Barbara Fischbein Marlene Fulton Marilyn Fyvolent Henry Gaudsmith Irene Genner Muriel Gilbert .......,..Lynn Mathewson ..........Carolyn Bedell Smith Barry Hart Paul Heller Carol J ennison Marion Jensen John Knight Bill Lee Barbara Leif Betty Levine Gloria Lozier Wayne Marshall Garvin Mecking Ginger Merritt Betty Ann Miller Caryle Montifiore John Moreton Carol Munkelt Mitzi Petrovitz Janet Powers Dorothy Ray Joan Riseley George Seaman Joan Shean Robert Spitzler Norman Tucker Laura Jean Vought Lorraine Van Rees Bob Walters Dick Wettlaufer Carmen Chimeri Dennis Colonna Paul Couluris Ed Cunningham George Golden Vinny Grasso Howard Harrison Charles Jordan Charles Krummel Joe La Bella Peter Lampasona Tom Malinowski LETTERMEN FOOTBALL Joe Masone Jack McGowan Floyd Miller Walter Nestvogel David Pearsall Jack Plunkett Al Pultz Al Renken Marshall Rivers Robert Rowe Austel Sadler Carl Simone Watson Vincent Boden, Mgr. BASEBALL 119489 Joe Carillo Tom Doane Dave Jones Bob Kobel, Capt. Kenneth Lozier Tom Malinowski Bob McAllister Alex McLeod Dennis Meekins Dave Pearsall Jack Plunkett Don Riley Jay Schmidt Mickey Simmons Harry Metz, Mgr. Dick Wettlaufer, Mgr. CROSS COUNTRY John Cleary Nat Rivers Bob Carmen Ed Cunningham Lou DeSalvo Eugene Gantt Gene Schulze Neil Smalling Bob Yarrow TRACK 419483 Pete Hansen Don Hubscb Nat Rivers Bob White Garvin Mecking, Mgr. 1837 DANCE COMMITTEE Connie Allen Carolyn Bedell Anne Boerum Pat Boyle John Bradshaw Jackie Brandes Karen Brinkerholf Virginia Bruton Mary Cleary Hope Copeland Sylvia Davidson Bill Dodd Dave Eddy Chester Ehrman Judy Eschwege Marlene Fulton Marilyn Fyvolent Terry Kittgen Jean Kobel Irene Larson Barbara Leff Betty Leithold Shirley Lenker Betty Levine Jim Magidson Pat McLeod Garvin Mecking Ginger Merritt Floyd Miller Marguerite Montalbano Barbara Neary Rachel Posner Gene Schaeffer Virginia Schinn Bob Schneider Gene Schulze Neil Smalling Diane Smith Laura Jean Vought JUNIOR ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE Rose Ann Cleary Letitia Cushmore Carla Doane Ruth Fennema Yvette Gwathmuy Lenore Kulick Jean Laino Marilyn Marino Mary Lou Miller Lynn Milner Vlasta' Schretzmayer Martin Schwartz Robert Scott Alan Shaler .lane Vose Evaura Ware u 'ww H., , Y 1 1 'V' W :W W 1 Y .1 115 ' pw M W ' , 'N WV, W, ,M ,, YO 4? K x 5 SQ:- filffj LO . X 5 . z.?'j,f" f I '13 W EN ' , x .1 1 J . 1 V: x 1 x ' 4' A , .- .- - -Qi - .f "T sf-Y Q N T' ' AD VER TI SEM EN TS EXCHANGE CLUB OF FREEPORT - ROSTER OF MEMBERS - JANUARY 1, 1949 Names Classification Air, Hubert N. ..,........,.,,, . ,..,....... Business Broker Baker, Harry R., Jr ....... Tel. Answering Exchange Harasch, Herman ........,,..,...........,......,....,.,Y Merchant 'Berge, Fred C. .,..............r..,..............,.........,. Auditing Biederman, Harry ,,.. Wholesale Battery Distributor Billmeyer, Wm. B., Pres. .....,,,..,,..r... Public Utility Buckley, Charles P. .......,..........,......,.,.....,.. Attorney Callaghan, Joseph F. ,...... ,... ,..............,..... I n surance Chaiko, Michael V. ,............ . .....,........ Manufacturer 'Charlc-s, Lewis H., Imm. Past Pres ......... Mortician 'Cummins, J. Elmer , ...............................,.,... Physician Danziger, Milton .............,................ Sporting Goods "Diemer, John H. .... ............. A uto Electric Service 'Dodd, John W. ,..... .,..... , Superintendent of Schools Duryea, Lyman .......,......,.,.......................,....... Florist De Lisser, Horace E. ...,............................ Insurance Fisher, Joseph H. ................,....... ........ A ccountant Frenger, Emil J., Fin. Secy. ...., ........,....... B anker "Fulton, Chester A. .................... ......,..,..,.. M ortician "Fulton, Chester C. ................. ......... .,....... M o rtician Flynn, Frank J. .............. ...... lt idse. Manager Gerde, Stephen F. ..................,...........,......... Physician "Goldschmidt, Robt. O. ....... ................... A utomobiles Graf, Harold VV ......... Doctors Telephone Exchange Glacken, William F. ............,.....,......,..,...,. Insurance 'Hotalinpz, Russell E., Secy ..... Municipal Employee Hunt, Stephen W. ................,......, Village Treasurer Jamison, Harry ....,........,........ Plastic Manufacturer "Johnson, Hilbert R. ., ...... . ....... ....Police Justice JaxHeimer, David P. , , .... . .. ........,. Dentist 'I.evy. David ...,...,......,,.. ,...,...... C lothier Lies, William, Jr. ..... .. .Y.Furniture 'Past President Names Classification Liota, John ...,............................ .......,........ R eitallfarll 'Mansperger, Martin M .....,... Principal High School 'McChesney, Richard G. ......................., OPtOmCff1St "Martin, William J. .....,... . ......,.,.........,.,...........Banker Nichols, Walter J., Treas. ,.............. .Rug Cleaning OfNeill, Vincent P. ............. . Pmkney, O. B. ................ . Provenzano, John J. ....... . Randall, John J., 3rd . .... 'Randall, John J. .......... . Rossman, Morris M. . ,... .... C hiropractor .........., Propellers , .......,... Dentist ............Attorney .......Real Estate ...........Physician Rivkin, A. Bradley ................ ........ P harmacist Schloss, Mervin L. ..................,. ............ D entist Shook, Selwyn R., Vice Pres. ..... ................ B ottler Smith, Robert A. ,.... . .....,..................... .Marine Sales Smith, George J., Vice Pres. ......... . ............ Engineer Southard, Burford .................. Funeral Director Swezey, Sidney H. .,.............. . .................. Attorney Tutrone, David A. .......... . ,. ....... . .......... Physician Van Blerck, Joseph, Jr. ...... ............... M arine Sales Von Elm, Robert .....,....... Weersma, Karel A. ..... . Wells, Eugene S. ..... . 'Wells, Hubert L. .... , Willig, Christian ......,. 'Wood, Herbert M. ..... . ..,..,,,.,..............Insurance ........Marine Consultant .........,,.,....,...Insur:mce .,.....Electrical Contractor ,,,.,,.,,,,,......,.,,,.,.Engmeer West, Robert D. .,....,........,,...........,.........,....... Builder Vtleinberg, Bernard D. ....,.................. ,...... ...... D c ntist HONORARY MEMBERS Ault, Ernest W. ,...... ................................... . ...Retired Awtry, John H. .................. Past National President Davison, F'. Trubee ........ Pres., American Museum of Natural History CENTRAL COUNCIL Parent-Teacher Association of the Freeport Archer Street Cleveland Avenue Junior-Senior High School Miss HELEN Ross, President School: Columbus Avenue Grove Street Seaman Avenue Established I 884 ADOLPH LEVY 81 SON APPAREL FOR MEN xoo SOUTH MAIN STREET FREEPORT, NEW YORK J. J. STEFFEL Photo Research Laboratory 2555 WEBSTER AVENUE NEW YORK 58, N. Y. SEdgwick 2-1364 Completely Equipped to Render the Highest Quality Craftsmanship and an Expedited Service on both Personal Portraiture and Photography for School and College Annuals . Official Photographer to the 1949 VOYAGEUR Serving an influential clientele since 1904 Estate of and their enthusiastic recommendation is a genuine tribute to Yenditt Clothes OLIVER E. U. REYNOLDS and Service. Plumbing and Heating Water Systems - Oil Burners - Pumps Established 1904 Steam and Hot Water Heating Tailor to Men Exclusively 54 N, MAIN STREET S3 No. MAIN STREET FSEEPORTI N- Y- Fllccport H-11585 FREEPORT, N. Y. Phone FRceport 9-2162 Telephone: FReeport 9-5229 Established I9I8 9-5118 "Service That Satisj?e:" HENRY VON ELM, Inc. INSURANCE 48 WEST MERRICK ROAD FREEPORT, N. Y. Amos I. C. BALDWIN ILIHN D. CURNEIIUS HERBERT M. Wooo c:E0llGli C. PIIII.I.Ivs RUDY MOTORS, Inc. BaldWiIl Q COI'IlC1il1S, Inc. DODGE and PLYMCDUTH CARS DODGE TRUCKS flist. IEQOJ Sutct-Ssors to Smith Bt Malcomson, Inc. Q Sales and Service Mlmiriptzl uml Civil Engirzrers Surzfcyors 22-28 EAST MERRICK ROAD II7 W. SUNRISE HIGHWAY FREEPORTA N' Y' Phone Fkeeport 8-6760 Freeport, N. Y. Tcl. FRecport 8-0418 "3rd Generation of Jewelers" The BAYVIEW CANDY STORE Under New Management JEWELRY SHOP Diamonds - Watches - Silverware Fine Watch, Clock, Icwelry antl Fountain Pcn Candy, Ice Cream, Toys, School Supplies Repairing. Direct agency for Benrus, Bulova, Elgin. Gruen. Hamilton, Tavanncs and Waltham Watches 357 ATLANTIC AVENUE 43 SOUTH MAIN STREET QAt Sunrise Highwayj Phone Fllccport 8-9898 Freeport, N. Y. FREEPORT, N. Y. BR Congratulations to Commercial Stationer THE CLASS OF 1949 Greeting Cards for All Occasions Io CHURCH STREET Mr. and Mrs. Sldney Garfinkel FREEPORT, N. Y. Phone FRceport 9-2458 Compliments of COLUMBIAN BRONZE CORPORATION FREEPORT, NEW YORK MANUFACTURERS OF MARINE PROPELLERS and ACCESSORIES Tcl. FRQ-eport 9-2217 Member F.T.IJ. Compliments 01' LENKER GREENHOUSES GEORGE V. 285 NORTH MAIN STREET FLECKENSTEIN FREEPORT, L. I., N. Y. Compliments of TRIANGLE GROCERY 81 DELICATESSEN loo BROADWAY FREEPORT, N. Y. HANK 0' YARN KNITTERY Complete Line of Knitting ana' Crocheting Materials Free Instruction Frozen Foods Free Delivery Call FRceport 8-3.425 36 SO, GROVE ST, FREEPORT P R U F IIB 7- suunsn PAINT- I lf X. i .CL BeH'er Tea I 1 k .QAV PM Q Profeciion ffwffrq Finer N-"' .: Appearance For YOUR Home Made of higher? qualify ma- ferialsg insures maximum prolec- fion under all waaflier condifionx and elimafe. AMPRUF Trim and Shuffer painf is easy io apply. Covers ade- quafaly in I coat. Dries over- nigluf. Nine afrraclive colors-greens, browns, maroon, vermilion and blue. Also used on frellirec and ou?- door furniiure. Paints and Wall Paper A. SIEGEL 81 CO. UQ SO. MAIN ST. Freeport, N. Y. Fllccporr H-6100 - 8-61m Salads and Fancy Groceries LORENZEN-HENNINGSEN Delicatesren 306 N. MAIN STREET FREEPORT, N. Y. Tel. Fllccpurt 9-5417 Walk Over Shoes - Red Cross Shoes The Florsheim Shoe THE NEW SHOE STORE Established 1914: 46 SO. MAIN STREET FREEPQKT, N. Y. Phone FRecport 8-1335 LOCAL TYPEWRITER CU. 43 W. SUNRISE H'WAY FREEPORT, N. Y. CLIFFORD SCI-IORER FRCcp0rt Proprielor 9 -2 396 Tcl. Fllecport 9- 1 761 BAYVIEW MEAT MARKET PRIME MEATS Poultry and Pl'0UlL51.071.f 359 ATLANTIC AVENUE FREEPORT, I... I. FRccport 9-X788 LANGQS MARKET Prime Meats and Poultry Special Care Given to Phone Orders 195 N. MAIN STREET FREEPORT, N. Y. Compliments of SMITH MOTORS Aullzorized Buick Sales and Service 37'39 E. MERRICK ROAD FREEPORT, N. Y. FRccport 8-7300 LE Rox' SMITH, Prop. Income Tax Returns FEDERAL AND STATE WESLEY K. BENDER Certified Public Accountant I2 E. SUNRISE HIGHWAY Tcl. FRecport 8-4480 IANTZEN SWIM SUITS D A N Z I G E R Tennis, Golf and Baseball Equipment Fishing Taclqle - Trunks and Luggage Riding Equipment - Games and Toys 70 SUUTH MAIN STREET FRccport 8-8780 FREEPORT, N. Y. FREEPORT, N, Y, ,flccoziizmnis Tax Consnliaizfs I-'Rccpurt H-2931 BILL'S FISH MARKET All Kinds of Sea Food 340 WOODCLEFT AVENUE FREEPORT, N. Y. TEXAS RANGER-I FREEPORT TEXAS RAN GER-II Austin Blvd. and Long Beach Rd. ISLAND PARK, L. I. Mexican Chili - Hot Tamale: Texas Slyle Hamburgers and W einies Ladies Invited Tony and Pete Pappas 9 Sportswear Centre of Long Island FREEPORT HEMPSTEAD SCHULTZ SPORTING GOODS FISHING TACKLE -:- SPORTING GOODS CAMERA SUPPLIES SCHOOL AND TEAM OUTFITTERS one 41 W. SUNRISE HWY., FREEPORT FRCQ-:port 8-4367 122 NASSAU STREET, N. Y. C. BEckman 3-3183 ToY BRANCH: 5 W. SUNRISE HWY. F Reeport 8-9600 Compliments JACK 81 .IILL 01' "Fashions for Youth" SAVOY INN 83 SOUTH MAIN ST. FREEPORT, N. Y. Tel. FRC-eport 9-1670 IRVING TESSLER C E R T I F I E D Radio and Appliances T E L E V I S I O N 6 BROOKLYN AVENUE FREEPORT, NEW YORK North Side of Railroad Station SOLOMON'S MEN'S SHOP Tuxedos and Summer Formal: to Hire 52 W. MERRICK ROAD FREEPORT LONG ISLAND Compliments of ALFRED THE TAILOR ALFRED FASSINO 290 NORTH MAIN ST. FREEPOIIT, N. Y. BEIER'S famous for lee Cream - Candy Lunclzeons 30 W. MERRICK ROAD Phone FReeport 8-1874 Tcl. Flleeport 8-7 I 75 OGDEN BROS. GARAGE Frames - Axles - Wheels IOI E. MERRICK ROAD FREEPORT, L. I. FRceport 8-1275 FRANK PosT, Prop. THE F REEPORT PRESS P r i n z e r s 84 CHURCH STREET FREEPORT, N. Y. MUTUAL-MERCH-MART, Inc. Full Line of Linens Slip-Covers and Draperies Made to Order 3o8 MAIN ST. 50 W. MERRICK RD. Farmingdale Freeport Farmingdale 1617 FRecport 8-4554 FRecport 8-1440 OLDSMOBILE Sales - Service BLACK OLDSMOBILE, INC. 268 No. MAIN STREET See The 1949 CHEVROLET FREEPORT CHEVROLET SUNRISE HIGHWAY AT NEWTON BLVD. FREEPORT, N. Y. FRecport 8-S510 CARIUSOQSTIUIRCCIEY CORPORATION Formerly JI. IKILIIGIEIRMIAN, Inc. Heating N Ventilating Contractors For SIEAMAN AIVIENIUIE SCHOOL Freeport, N. Y. Compliments of R UDY'S RESTAURANT ARCHITECTURAL AND MECHANICAL DRAFTING Taught by Architects HUNT MOTORS, Inc. WILLYS - OVERLAND , Long Island Draftlng School America 5 Alon Uxeful Car Licensed by thc Stale of New York 5 RAILROAD AVENUE INR 1 8 5 I- 1 N Y FRccp:srt 8-0591 Phone Fkeeport 9-3994 GEORGE DEUTSCH U ph olsterin g and In teri or Decorating IIS WEST SUNRISE HIGHWAY FREEPORT, N. Y. ALEX. ADAM 81 DAUGHTERS Florists 53 W. MERRICK ROAD FREEPORT, N. Y. FReeport 8-2435 Compliments 01' W. T. GRANT Freeporfs Largest Meat Market SUN LIGHT MEAT MARKETS 121 SO. MAIN STREET FREEPORT, N. Y. Phone FRccport 8-4848 Compliments of J. S. THORNE MURPHY Real Estate - Insurance 22A W. MERRICK ROAD FReeport 8-6470 Compliments of BOULUKOS TEA ROOM Sodas and Luncheon 4 CHURCH STREET FREEPORT, N. Y. ACETYLENE 81 WELDING EQUIPMENT CO. Division of RAYNO' DISTRIBUTORS, INC. Linde Oxygen - Prest-O-Lite Acetylene Lincoln Electric Welders Everything for the Welder 40 NEWTON BLVD. FRccport 8-5560 FREEPORT PAPER AND SUPPLY COMPANY 45 W. MERRICK ROAD FREEPORT, N. Y. Hotel, Bar, Restaurant Kitchen Equipment Party Favors FR:-eport 9-1820 Compliments DOUGLAS P. BLAKELY of Used Cars Bought and Sold TERMS AND TRADES ALBERT H. HAMMOND 37 E. SUNRISE HIGHWAY 0 Next to Freeport Theater FReeport 9-2072 X Q B Nggn X u ' FRIEND" A FRIEND Phone FRccport 8-0288 LOUIS R. POSNER UNITED CIGAR STORE Newspapers - Magazines and Stationery 29 RAILROAD AVENUE Fxuanpoxzr, N. Y. fOpposite Railroad Stationj GLENDA LYN SHOPS FREEPORT - BROOKLYN - PATCHOGUE BAYSHORE - HEMPSTEAD Exclusive S porzwear and Lingerie NICHOLS RUG CLEANING 86 E. SUNRISE HIGHWAY FREEPORT, L. I., N. Y. Tcl. Fllccport 8-1212 BROADWAY RADIO 196 BROADWAY FREEPORT, N. Y. Headquarters for Philco Television Experl Radio Service SALES Phone FRceport 9-3159 Gus HERRNIAW A Healthful, Nourishing, Energy Food OSI BREYERS ICE CREAM FRceport 8-4857-8 I. LESTER WOOD, Inc. Real Estate - Insurance IS E. SUNRISE HIGHWAY FREEPORT, N. Y. FREEPORT SWEET SHOP CHARLES TROUINIBAS, Prop. Soda - Candy - Ice Cream LUNCHEONETTE Tasty Toasted Sandwiches I7 E. SUNRISE HIGHWAY Next to Freeport Theater FRceport 9-2284 MILLANG,S FREEPORT FLORIST Flowers for All Occasions 30 SOUTH GROVE ST., FREEPORT, I.. I QOH Sunrise Highwzlyj Compliment: Compliments Of Of NORTHEAST MEAT MARKET 125 BROADWAY FRccport 9- 1 610 Free Delivery KELLY BROS. GARAGE . . Tuxedox - Summer Formal: for Hire THE WISHBONE IN FREEPORT GEORGE - STANLEY Live- and Drcsxcd Poultry 17A W. SUNRISE HIGHVVAY LARGE Ecscss FREEPORT, N, Y. 180 W. SUNRISE HICQHWAY Mc'n'.v Halwr1Iu.fhc'ry - Sporisufz-nr - Slack: Call FRCL-port 8-QS26 FRccport Q-3209 The TOWN CLEANERS 81 DYERS Cleaners - Tailors - Dyers 28 SO. GROVE STREET Phone: FReeport 9-2487 PUUNE FR 9-3533 IH. J. rox QGGHCZH FIRE- LIFE'-HEALTH - Accloeur IHSUILQ FICE 35 RAILROAD AVENUE FREEPORT, N- Y R I E M E R ' S 27 SOUTH MAIN STREET FREEPORT, N. Y. FREEPORT LAUNDERAIDES Two Comfenient Loeations 68 SO. GROVE STREET . FReeport 9-2370 197 NO. MAIN STREET FReeport 8-5230 Compliments of WM. A. MOSER Ieweler Cash or Credit 63 S. MAIN STREET FREEPORT, N. Y. Sunrise Division of ' Try Our Home Made French Chocolates and lee Cream HOUSEHOLD FUEL CORP. E R I C H S in 'KRLUE COAL" FREEPORT FRecport 8-4580 68 GROVE ST. FREEPORT, N. Y. Compliment: Free Delivery Tel. FRccport 8-5579 Of SAMUEL L. ISRAEL Tel. FRccport 8-5288 MACKEN MOTORS Chrysler - Plymouth SALES AND SERVICE 174 W. Sunrise Highway FREEPORT, N. Y. HOUSE OF REAL VALUES DURYEA'S FLOWER SHOP 8 NORTH MAIN STREET FREEPORT, N. Y. Flowers For All Occasions Also Visit Our Freeport Garden Centre dl 155 W. SUNRISE HIGHWAY IFIREDIERIIC P. WIJEDEIRSUM, Architect 240 ROCKAWAY AVENUE VALLEY STREAM NEW YORK JUHN A. JOHNSON AND SUNS, llnc Building Construction 6 O9 27 0-41s'r STREET BROOKLYN 32, N. Y. Phone FReeport 9-2514 FURNITURE OUTLET CO. Furniture - Bedding - Linoleum Auction Merchandise Our Specialty 39 W. MERRICK ROAD Cor. Church St. FREEPORT, N. Y. Louis NEUVVIRTI-I Phone FRceport 8-1256 MAEIR'S BAKERY 49 S. MAIN STREET FREEPORT, N. Y. CHAS. H. RATNER, Opt.D. Eye Examinations 3 W. SUNRISE HIGHWAY FREEPORT, N. Y. Phone FReeport 8-5897 BILLY BLUME, Jr. Printing and E n gra vi n g 355 ATLANTIC AVENUE FREEPORT, N. Y. Home Made French Ice Cream VIEBROCK'S -for- Soda - Lunch - Candy 40 S. MAIN STREET FREEPORT, N. Y. Phone FReeport Q-4093 LOUIS CURTAIN SHOPPE Linens, Blankets, and Drexs Goods Curtains and Slip COIIEFJ Made to Order 71 SOUTH MAIN STREET FREEPORT, N. Y. STRASSLE BROS., Inc. DE SOT0 - PLYMOUTH DEALERS Repairs on All Cars 55 E. MERRICK ROAD FREEPORT, N. Y. FReeport 8-OQSI F I ee is 0 .!I'e0l00l'f I ALFRED LEHMANN Dispensing Opticians Have au Oculist Ceye physicianj Examine Your Eyes We do not prescribe - We accurately dispense Telephone FReeport 9-2259 75 W. SUNRISE HIGHWAY Freeport, N. Y. Compliments RAY JEFFERSON, Inc. of KAISER-FRAZER DEALERS .IUMBO'S 40 E. MERRICK ROAD FREEPORT, N. Y. l"Rc4-port P4-11595 GROVE GARDENS Specializing in Fried C hiclqcn Special Cosmetics for the Teen Age FREEPORT DRUG STORE INC. II. j. Comix. Mgr. I. I'IIMMl'lLlfARB, Ph.G. 76 SOUTH MAIN STREET Phone FRccpnrt 8-01:77 FREEPORT, N. Y. FREEPORT GLAZING WORKS Safety Glass for Autos and Trucks Mirrors - H ouse Glazing FRccp0rt 8-8700 WALTER 'JUMBO' BROWN Fornzrr Major League Pireher N. Y. Yankees 1951. '32, '55, '55, '56, '57 N. Y. Giants 1957, '58, '39, '40, '41 Sparls Equipment - Fishing Tarlqle I5 W. SUNRISE HIGHWAY FREEPORT, N. Y. Compliments of FRANK WHITE'S BARBER SHOP I03 CHURCH STREET FREEPORT, N. Y. Compliments GEORGAS LUN CHEONETTE Telephone Freeport 8-0900 S. BAUMANN, Inc. F 1H'7ll.lIH'6, Carpets, Bedding, Wheel Goods, Toys, eze. MAIN STREET FREEPORT, L. I. Brz111chcS: Helnpstead, Icrscy City Congrafulalions and Best W islzes GRADUATES K E R N ' S SUNRISE AND MAIN FREEPORT Smart Apparel for Boys and Young Men Tcl. FRcep0rt 9-5054 Phone FRccp0rt 9-5571 IRVING'S MEN'S SHOP Clalhfez' - Hatter' - Plaberdasher 80 SOUTH MAIN STREET FREEPORT, N. Y. FRccp0rt 9-1708 FRcCport 8-7800 EDWARD GRIMPEL Insurance - Long Island Real Estate 16 W. SUNRISE HIGHWAY FREEPORT, N. Y. FRED C. BERGE CO. ACCOUNTANTS -- AUDITORS TAX CONSULTANTS Cost Systems - Business Advisors 31 SO. GROVE STREET FReeport 8-2887 Hardware - Maxon Maternal - Pam! - O11 Millwork - Murine Supplies - Lumber C. MILTON FOREMAN Lumber Yard: 36 COMMERCIAL STREET FRceport 8-0019, 8-0247 Hurzlufrzre Store MAIN ST. 81 BROOKLYN AVE. I port, N. Y. FRQ-eport 8-0256 . FRceport 8-0224 NASSAU AUTO ELECTRIC CO 38 NEWTON BOULEVARD FREEPORT, N. Y. Compliments of MARESCA'S BOAT YARD VARSITY SHOP "THE STUDENTS, SHOP" Room 225 Book: - Tickets - Book Covers Operated hy menzhc-rs of the RETAILING PROGRAM H 1 Compliments Of THE F REEPORT BEDDING CO., Inc. F REEPORT MUSIC STORE I "Everything Known in Music" AGENTS FOR I-IARDMAN GRANDS I AND MINIPIANOS 25 SO. MAIN STREET ' FREEPORT, N. Y. I Phone FReeport 9-3857 I SUNRISE STORAGE CO. C'1mPf'mf'1ff M0v1'ng - Shipping - Packing of I.C.C. - P.S.C. CARRIERS PAT'S PET SHOP 20 E. SUNRISE HIGHWAY FREEPURT, N. Y. IOS CHURCH STREET Tcl. FReeport 8-3171 Piano Movers FREEPORT 8-6559 I I I BON VOYAGE PITZLER9 FREEPORT, N. Y. Tel. FR 9-2356 HERB'S SERVICENTER NO. MAIN ST. B: RANDALL AVE. Phone FReeport 8-3572 Auto Parts - Garage Equipment I COLVIN MOTOR PARTS 45 EAST MERRICK ROAD I FREEPORT, N. Y. Machine Shop Service Telephone FRS:-port 8-2420 This is one of the BEST yearbooks we have ever published and its success is in no small part due to the key members of the PUBLICATIONS BUSINESS STAFF Many thanks IEEPSTERS: - especially, Helen Herberger, Eleanor Henningsen, Herbert Paulson, Iune Hoffman, and my 5100.00 Club: Rita Charkin, Grace Grogan, Al Nicolino, Colette Ballot, Caryle Montihore, and Bob Muldowney. W. CHAPIN MOGER, Faculty Adviser. THE HOUSE OF FRISBY "Nassau's Eleetrie Center" Westinghouse Laundromats Magnavox, Dumont Television Lightolier Fixtures 315 W. SUNRISE HIGHWAY FREEPORT, N. Y. FReep0rt 8-0162 IMA. NASH-LAU MOTORS, Inc. I4 BROOKLYN AVENUE FREEPORT, N. Y. Opposite Railroad Station Telephone: Fpt. 8-0048 Auto Body Finishing and Mechanical Repairs for ALL MAKE. CARS Authorized Nash Dealer AL'S MARKET FRU1Ts and VEGETABLES 132 so. MAIN STREET FREEPORT, N. Y. FReep0rt 8-5084 G U F F Y 7 RAILROAD AVENUE FREEPORT, LoN0 ISLAND I l74l 1 - Compliments W JOSEPH D. HUGHES SUNRISE MUSIC SHOPS 38 SO. MAIN STREET FReeport 9-2101 Radios - Refrigerators - Record: Television Appliances SCHOOL SUPPLIES GREETING CARDS Compliments of GENES STATIONERY STORE 86 SO. GROVE STREET FREEPORT, N. Y. FReeport 8-4964 8-IOIQ5 ICE CREAM CANDY BROADWAY FOOD STORE 88 BROADWAY FREEPORT, N. Y. Phone FRceport 9-4073 Phone FRcepOrt 9-3600 GEO. A. KUHIRT, Inc. Insuranee 33 S. GROVE STREET FREEPORT, L. I. 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