Freeport High School - Voyageur Yearbook (Freeport, NY)

 - Class of 1950

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omccu fX 7 FREEPORT, L NG Goodbye, Freeport, goodbye Dear old teachers, don't cry, The diploma that takes us Away from here-no words c How sad it makes us. SUNG UP 1950 - 9 an say Pass us, Boardman, and then, We won't come back again. Watch for our smokeg This is no joke. If we don't make a million, Then we'll end up flat broke. Goodbye, Freeport, goodbyeg Farewell, teachers, don,t cry. Freeport High had its thrills, lt had its fun and its spills: The Regents marks we prayed for, The passing grades we knew we'd Always have to slave for. Now the fun is all through, For all your help we thank you. We say goodbye, farewell, Freeport High, We know the teachers will sit back And heave a big sigh. Goodbye, Freeport, goodbye, Farewell, teachers, don,t cry. lllaureen Sliiel 'Me Waqagewz ffl ng Q , jf 412: 'lp' ll ' 'iffzffl u p 7 l ,. . 3 . ,. Q . N 3: 15' ' 7950 1 ff X, L A f ,,'r'fl-, , ' -. 4 . ,,f' 15 Q ,7i-Q tt 1. at Q fttffa -. - Q , . f' ' X f - f' -go'r' 5., X ,' 5 KA' 4 '?"1,f' Q, S f ayfigilf 'x X ' 7 e' Wai' IQ! 'fe -An-1 f I '-4 1 Q vmffff N -,Q -. wZFef?!f 5 9 f X a f fat 14' I ,gain 541' ,O d , U Sat, WF. If ff 5 f 6- 4 ,71. I r. f -259172 f 12- A 4' if 2., f 4. 4 X 4 ,, an f ,zzz Q if ..::-r3:i::' Z n, ..fnn.vrm-5 TlMEfiPATTEH of PTFTY YEARS HE fundamental function of a mind is the search for unity. This unity takes the form of observation, classification, and organization of ex- perience, thereby establishing a pat- tern by which all events assume an ul- timate design. However distorted, sec- ondary, or obscure the pattern may appear, in substance it is continually constant. Therefore, in an attempt to distinguish between the real and the illusory, we have devoted this year- book to the chronicling of Time's Pat- ern for the past fifty years. Constant in inconstancy, the pattern Is a maze to mock the andiscerning eye, Yet those whose orbs can deeper pierce Have found the key to all congruency. Unit of unity-these years, A semblance of the whole. v.c. l Because of the time he willingly devotes to the needs and interests of the Senior class Because he is more instrumental than any other in guiding our first step after graduation, Because the door to his office is always open to any of us who need his services, We, the Class of 1950, in recognition of his untiring efforts, dedicate this 1950 Voyageur to MR. C. OVERTON TREMPER I f , 1 f X ,ff If I,fXf!f XX if, , f ftff' If MX - ,fi ' f- 1 fig1 f ff 1i +i2' 9ff , V, ,f ,,, f rryy ryr, , ff rx jr, I , ff f y1tT f j y4S xy Q, Q f - ' , , f' ,' X' ,f' ." , ,f , ' , I , X, , f H , V, ff' f' f X X ,f if fW COG C, Q ' c Lfx C4 X- fl. QU U 4 4 ,X X A59 one ,ff 4' aw Z Y ,na 94 'ggggggt X I J 09,0 o":'9g.,0Q' X f f Z X 1 Wx "' I f ,,, or va Z, ,.. .JT - ' .. . - fn n ,fit-14 f ix al," 'L '- -'Wi' ' ' .- ,g:,'..:,-45 A 52 .rfiv ' ' - ,3"""' . .f. . i gf , ' ' --'35-11554 -,-fd., I, fi ff oy? ff f ff, 4 .4 59 K X , ff , ff' BOARDS UP EDUCATION 1912 1936 8 GREETINGS TU THE ELAS5 UE TQEU REQUENTLY we hear the expression, uBack in the good old daysfi and we all enjoy listening to the stories of former times. There is real value in an 'LAnniversary Yearbook" be- cause it serves to emphasize that progress is a gradual process, that most of the fine things in our high school life have been established step by step, each graduating class strengthening and expanding the traditions and standards of the past. The last fifty years of world history have been outstanding in their import. This period is marked with two world wars, it has been a half century of the greatest constructive development of mechanical marvels. Part of this period has been called the HAir Agevg another, the uAtomic Agef, Educational growth and advancement have been the most encouraging signs in these times. Today a high school education for all the chil- dren of all the people is accepted as a necessary basis for everyday life. Boards of Education adopted innovations of sound educational value even in the early days of Freeport. For example, in March of 1894, the Board of Education established the first kinder- garten, and in June of that year, a teacher was engaged to supervise and teach music and art in all the grades. ln October, 1894, physical edu- cation, or calisthenics as it was then called, was established as part of the curriculum. Here we see the foundation of the emphasis placed today on broad education and the health of children. The roster of school board membership at the turn of the century included names of men who were pioneers in our community: Hiram B. Smith, William Foreman, Lewis H. Boss, Wil- liam C. Miller, H. P. Libby, and W. S. Hall. They established our school system on a firm foundation. In every decade since, Freeport Boards of Education have had to meet and solve the problems of expanding enrolments. In 1906, there were six graduates from our high school, today the graduating class numbers over two hundred and fifty. Youth is the finest asset of this community, and the education of youth is its soundest investment. Wfe are all proud of the growth and expansion of our school system, which is, in a large measure, due to the leader- ship of our superintendent and principal. This leadership has been recognized too by their State colleagues: Dr. Dodd as president of the N. Y. S. Teachers, Association and of the Council of City and Village Superintendents: Mr. Mansperger as coordinator and vice-president of the N. Y. S. Association of Secondary-School Principals. As citizens, we too accept the responsibility of keep- ing standards high. The Board of Education extends to the Class of 1950fCongratulations and Best Wfishes. LEO F. CIBLYN President, Board of Education Q Y 'IK l DR. JOHN W. DODD REETINGS to the Class of 1950 and con- gratulations on this fine yearbook with its impressive theme-Education in F. H. S. 1900- 1950. The story of Freeport High School through the years moves as a panorama of changing events- scholastic, athletic, and social. Years ago in our school, I first heard the statements: HSaccess is a habit in Freeport High School" and its corol- lary, 6'Scholarship is the main plank in the edu- cational platform of F. H. Sf' The success habit and scholarship have been two important factors in making the history of F. H. S. so interesting and worthwhile. Freeport High School, past and present, has made itself a part of the life of each person who has entered its portals. The story of Freeport High School is the story of achievement, ability, and growth. Whether the classes met in the old Freeport Fire House, the Methodist Church basement, or the present-day modern building, whether the school prom was held in the old Plaza Hall or the Carden City Hotel, whether football and baseball were played on the Sea- man Sand Lot or in the Municipal Stadium, whether basketball was played in what is now the Columbus Avenue boiler room or in a mod- THHU GH THE YEARS ern gym, there has been one constant element evident and always present-that fine compelling school spirit of the student body of Freeport High School. ln twenty-five years of observation of the progress in Freeport High School, 1 have seen the development from a simple course of study to a modern curriculum including industrial and fine arts, home economics, and a college pre- paratory program which admits our students to all the best colleges, from an athletic association of about one hundred members to a General Organization of over twelve hundred, from uThe Studentw publication to "FlasHingS" and the uVoyageur,'g from group assembly singing to a complex musical organization including glee clubs of over one hundred members, Junior and Senior orchestras, and the finest marching band in the country, from a local consultant health program to one with a health staff of three doc- tors, three nurses, and a dental hygienistg from a small student body to one numbering about seventeen hundred, from a graduating class of about forty to one of two hundred and seventy- fiveg from a ,lunior-Senior High School faculty of thirty-three in 1925 to seventy-nine in 1950. These are but a few illustrations of significant changes. Our objective aim through the years has been toward more education in the spirit of everyday life-progressive, practical, dynamic, friendly, and idealistic. ln its broadest sense, Freeport High School has always aimed to stimulate the greatest all-round development of each student. Congratulations and best wishes to a fine class fthe Class of 1950. JOHN W. DODD Superintendent of Schools TWU DEC DES Ulf PRUERES5 URINC the past twenty years, Freeport High School has grown from a small vil- lage school with a limited curriculum to a large metropolitan one of 1800 students, offering a wide and varied program designed to meet the educational and vocational needs of all children. In 1936 Freeport pioneered in the develop- ment of courses of study to meet the needs of students who did not wish to prepare for col- lege or to receive a Regents diploma. Theze courses of study have been extensively copied by other systems in the state and have operated in Freeport to keep a large number of boys and girls in school who might otherwise have dropped out. Supplementing the traditional courses, a variety of subjects has been added: art, music, household and industrial arts, busi- ness, home nursing, first aid, driver education, public speaking and dramatics. For the past decade, guidance has been a major function in F.H.S. Under the supervision of two full-time guidance counselors, boys and girls have been able to choose courses in terms of their vocational and educational needs. Our present emphasis on vocational training, how- ever, has not in any way lowered our standards for college-preparatory students. Approximately 40723 of our graduates last year entered the best colleges, and our Regents, average for last June was 94.11W-11.4-Wy higher than that of the state. In the last twenty years we have likewise shown great progress in our activities programs. Our band, starting in 1925, has, for more than a decade, been recognized as the best marching band in the East. Our choral groups have been expanded, the athletic program has grown from small varsity squads to broad intramural activi- ties. In 1921 a school newspaper was added to our list of publications, today the newspaper, "FlasHingS," and the yearbook, '6Voyageur," supply excellent training for students interested in a journalistic career. ln the fall of 1930, the G. O. was reorganized to include a budget sys- MR. MARTIN M. MANSPERGER tem for all the activities it approved. Under this new plan, interest and participation in school activities have increased, and C. O. finances have been put on a sound financial basis. The Honor Societies have had a major part in the progress of F.H.S. for these past two decades. On October 25, 1929, F.H.S. was granted a charter by the National Council and established the Hrst Chapter of the National Honor Society on Long Island. Since 1929, more than 900 students have been honored with mem- bership in one or both of the chapters in 'our junior and senior high school. Progress in F.H.S. is reflected in the leaders it has produced over the years. The Class of 1950 has excelled in every area of school life. Those of you who have been honored with posi- tions of leadership have a responsibility not only to yourself but also to your fellow students and to future generations. Your leadership in high school will end on graduation day, but leadership in a larger field awaits you. Cod grant that you will be worthy of the trust and confidence placed in you by those who have looked to you for leadership and service. Good luck, and Cod bless each member of the Class of 1950. MARTIN M. MANSPERGER, SR. Principal Miss Ruth Cochran Mr. J. Yvesley Southard N 1921 F. H. S. welcomed a new math teacher. Then in 1938, Miss liuth Cochran be- came Vice-Principal and Dean of Girls. From 1935 to 1941 she was the moving spirit behind Girls' Yveek. a time when mothers and daughters shared the many activities of school life and through lectures and discussions developed mutual understanding. The Junior High best knows her as the under- standing adviser of the Junior Honor Society, but all girls in Mr. C. Overton Tremper Mr. John Randolph ADMINISTHATIUN and EUIDANEE both Junior and Senior High find in Miss Cochran the em- bodiment of kindly understand- ing and real inspiration. lt was in 1934 that Mr. Tremper came here from Baby- lon High to teach math. In 1940 he accepted the director- ship of Junior High guidance and in 1943 that of Senior High. He is a man well quali- fied to understand the prob- lems and needs of students. Every year he places deserving applicants in positions, admin- isters scholastic and aptitude tests to prospective college can- didates, and is instrumental in obtaining scholarships for Sen- iors. Many more will remember Mr. Tremper as the hard-hitting coach of our successful base- ball team. Mr. John Randolph joined the F. H. S. faculty in 1939 as a teacher of science. Alter the war he became director of Jun- ior High guidance. A graduate of N. Y. U. and C. C. N. Y., he 12 uses his skill to help adjust his students to school life: planning schedules, discussing offerings in extra-curricular activities, and exploring ways of improv- ing marks and school conduct. All in all, he renders a real service to the Junior High stu- dents. Mr. Wlesley Southard is Free- port's affable Vice-Principal and Director of Athletics. Nine- teen years ago he started as a physical education director. To- day he guides the activities of the seventh grade students, helping them find their way happily through the unfamiliar paths of high school responsi- bilities, routines, and schedules -to say nothing of the seem- ingly complicated mazes of cor- ridors. As Director of Athletics, lVlr. Southard will be remem- bered by us with respect and affection as an enthusiastic booster who gives freely of his time and energy at all athletic functions. ELIMPSE5 INTU THE PAST 1890 1906 19241 13 English Department and Library MISS BARLUW, Chairman Mr. Aeerno Mrs. Albert Mrs. Deck Miss Boyce Mr. Burnett Miss F. Clark Miss Didas Miss Estock Mrs. Mr. Franklin Miss Croesbeck Mrs. Javorsky Miss Lovelass Miss Nickerson Miss Sickels Miss Skidmore Miss Swan Woodcock Language Department MHS. HUHRNEH, Clzafrman Miss Brown Miss Cushman Mrs. Kanlz Miss Skinner Mathematics Department MlSS WHITE, Chairman Mr. Acerno Miss Cochran Miss Davies Miss Davis Mrs. Mrs. Deming Mr. Smith Mr. Soper Mr. Terry Woodcoczk Sncial Studies Department MISS BOARDMAN, Chairman Mr. Ashley Miss Bird Mrs. Carmen Miss Clowes Mr. Crisafulli Mr. Joy Miss lvl3CAI'llllll' Miss More Mr. Moss Miss Nickerson Mr. Powell Miss Robbins Art Department MISS CUNSTABLE, Chairman Mr. Xass Miss Robertson Music Department MH. WlI'I'TI,Al'I4'EH, Chairman Miss Holierls Miss Smith Science Department MH. JORDAN. Chairman Mr. Chemnitz Mr. Ill1QIClI'I1Gy6l Miss Ham-k Mr. Hesse Mr. Miller Miss Seitz Mr. Wlikander Business Department MISS MATTSON, Chairman Mr. Costlow Mr. Parker Mr. Moger Miss Rogers Physical Etlueatieu MR. AUCUSTINE, Chairman Miss U. Clark Mrs. lfalkowski Mr. Tuthill Health MISS lJl'llllilCK. Chairman Mrs. Henderson Home Eeenemies MISS CHURCH, Chairman Miss Greening Mrs. Rowley Miss Temple lrirlustrial Arts MH. MYERS, Chairman Mr. Devlin Mr. Genner Mr. Parker Zin Hlmnnriam CAROLINE C. ATKINSON August 29, 1866 November 4, 1949 17 09 '- O , v x 4 g2o' A A X N XR X Q'?4 , 4" 5 !,- . X X x xx' X ' J Q Y ' F x xxx M I X24 "4 if ' 99 X WW u fx x x -.2 x ' fx , ff' A fly. N X , FQ' ,L 72 X x x Zi x W Q ww' xxx fVxQxSmfQmWqfXxx wVN , V 'xx ---- X ,X , fx J 'fn 'T x M 5 'WM W "'17fmif'- WLM-,'.'1 , eww w w' 'I H0 A gl r 1' ' l ll Rl fy flflfllllllfll H 1HiQ1'6' ,HMM , llfumi V l ,Ill 2'f1x'1-fm.: Mn -.-,,m,,ffwfiwf.,g,1.L..- S ,. ., z.. .1 1' H5 'Q' ' if 'ff ' f-f W Mm' ,224-Tffj' f'1f"f f 'LL'.'1i7'7"n2'?j' 2--."5 ff "!'-ffh Zig-'J' 1.'n!ne19:1I ,., 7-:-r ' l I H1 1 r 9:f'd7AuiZ' 'fiyg f P I girls!-LjEg:l,!.ifi?!fZ!QfL1? hrggiiaill j I ' I M. I GI! 7 1 11, in . 12:25-1 gjiffq fl I f 8 3 2351 Y' - 3 1' 7 'fi 1 f 4 X? 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Rcfprcserztative ............JOHN CLEAHY A,Y....,...,DIANl'l JOHDAX ,....,..,...,,MARY CLEARY EDMLYND UMEALLY A.....4..w....JFAN SCHROTT .,..,,.,GILBEH'F COLLEH ARDYTHE E. ALTMAN GILBERT ALVES V .I- 4' .. J 1 r KENNETH ALVES A .wa EDNA AMMON JOANNE E. ANDERSEN JOAN ANDERSON JOAN B. AYRES COLETTE ADELE BALLOT HENRY ANKENMANN WYATT EMERY ANTHONY WALTER T. BARLINC ROBERT F. BARRETT GEORGE ARATA DOROTHY ANN ARNOLD DOROTHY BERGMANN JOHN F. BIGGS FRANK R. BLUMENBERC VINCENT BODEN 7wN'41g, Z4 .' if L.. , ,f 1' uzum. .. .. . f I I WA ,, ,ff IQ :U 1 f ff .- . ,-full" f f 11445 'g' I 1, X , ,,,:,g,f X , A . I VIRGINIA CARPENTER GORDON CASE GLORIA JEANETTE CHAIKO HOWARD CHEYNEY III JOHN P. CLEARY MARY ELLEN CLEARY ANN BOERUBI LOUIS BOLOGNESE HERNIAN CIOLTER MARY CONEN PATRICIA BREEN ALLAN BRENNER SHIRLEY ANN CORWIN VIRGINIA CROUSE DORIS MAE BRETZGER VIRGINIA RRUTON J. DOUGLAS BUCHAN RICHARD L. BURKETT BARBARA E. CRUZE DOROTHY CUMMINGS MICHAEL CUSMANO RUTH DARCEY SYLVIA DAVIDSEN GILBERT DAVIS RICHARD DI CASSO ROSALIE DILEO FRANCES DE GROU'l"I'OI,A ANNE E. DELESTON HELEN DONNELLY JAMES DOWLING DOLORES DE NASE CHARLES DIETRICH CLAIRE DOXEY JOHN DRINKWATER JACQUELINE EHRET WILLIAM G. ELS J s I fx O Zi, EDWARD FITZGERALD ANITA FLACK LEE FLETCHER JOYCE E. FORD ERNST FORSTER MAURLYN FOX ETHEI, ENDERS RUTH ENGELKE KAREN FRAUENTHAL JOAN FUGE HARRY G. FARMLETT FRED FELLMAN WILLIAM CALBRAITH, JR. HENRY GAUDSMITH RICHARD FENNEMA MARIE BERNADETTE FIERRO BARBARA FISCHER JOAN FISHER FRANK GESSNER MIRIAM GHORMLEY .JOSEPH V. GIORDANO GILBERT GOLLER DORIS M. GOODING VINCENT GRASSO PAUL R. HELLER ELEANOR HENNINGSEN ROBERTA GRAY JEANNETTE GREENFELD JACK HIBBARD MARION J. HILI. BA RBA RA GRIFFIN NINA HALLAM JOYCE HIMMEI, REGINA HOLLMAN ROBERT HUDOCK RUTH HUDOCK E5 eg... " Nom xzgmgn MWA' CAROL KAPSAK .JUNE KARPIE TERRY KETTGEN BARBARA KOGLIN EVELYN KORTRIGHT JOAN KRETH ALICE MARIE JOHNSON JUNE D. JOHNSON CHARLES KRUMMEL FRANK LANCDON RICHARD JOHNSON THOMAS JOHNSTON THERESA LAURENT MELVIN LAWSON DAVID JONES DIANE JORDAN JOHN PAUL JOYCE RONALD ARTHUR KANEN JESSIE LEE SHIRLEY JANE LENKER NAOMI LEWIS JAMES R. LINDENTHAL CHARLES LODATA ALEX MACLEOD ALBERTA MANKOWICH NILS MARQUARD JAMES MAGIDSON ROBERT MAGNUS BARBARA JOAN MARRA GALE MARSHALL JAMES L. MALAKOFF TOM MALINOWSKI LOIS MARTENS ARLIE MARTIN ROBERT D. MARTORANO RICHARD J. MAYER 171-115 , CQALQRAL 0lfo+e.4'?i2,J?rl D3.f,,5a.wf0K'! ANTHONY MINEO FLORENCE MOSKOWITZ JAMES MOWDY THOMAS MOWDY WILBUR T. MUELLER GERTRUDE R. MURPHY ROBERT MAZELSKY CATHERINE McHUGH PATRICIA ANN MURPHY WALTER NESTVOGEL AGNES MCKNIGHT ALICE MELICK STEPHEN NICOLINO WALTER OLIVER JACK MERK ISAREL MILLARD JOSEPH C. MILLER ROBERT HOLMES MILLER --wi. GRACE OLSEN EDMUND O'MEALLY JOE PAGNOTTA JOHN PASSAFIUME HERBERT PAULSON DAVID PEARSALL BROOKY REDIVO ESTHER CLAIRE RIEGER KATHERINE PEASE ROBERT PETERS DOLORES RILEY WILLIAM D. ROCKWELL ANTHONY POLITO JANET L. PRIDHAM EDWARD ROEMER ANN ROSENFELD .IULIAN ROSENFELD KAY N. ROSENSTEIN I0 fi ,N 33 X n na, 9536 x 7 6 54 f LILLIAN SCOPINICH KATHERINE SCOTT ARTHUR SEGAL MAUREEN SHIEL JANET SIELCKEN CARL SIMONE ROBERT ROWE SHIRLEY RUSSELL BETTY JO SIMPSON ARLENE SMITH RICHARD SCHIN VIRGINIA SCHIN BARBARA JEAN SMITH A EARLE C. SMITH ' CAROL SCHLUETER JOAN E. SCHMIDT HARVEY SCHNEIDER .JEAN SCHROTT JOAN SMITH CAROL R. SOLL BERNARD SPOSITO EMILY STRATTON NANCY C. STRONG CAROL JEAN STUMPF WYNNE E. THOMAS HAROLD THOMPSON THOMAS SUTTON DONALD SWISHER VALERIA M. THUMSER MARIAN F. TIEMANN MARGARET THEISS MARILYN THOMAS CONSTANTINE TSAVALAS MO RTIMER TUNSTALL CLAIRE VERNI MARILYN VOGT MARY WILLET ROSEMARIE WILLIG 4 1 VFW! f 4 K? A ' I f' 7 I ,,,, I RICHARD WILSON ALICE WISEMAN NORMA ANN WREDE MARY S. ZIEMINSKI MARY VOGT MART HA WALKER FRANK ZUILOWSKI JOHN WALLACE PATRICIA A. WALSH MARY WANSER ROBERT WEISS .JOHN WERDANN ETHEL WESSON UNPHOTOCRAPHED SENIORS CATHERINE ANDREWS RICHARD BIRK MILLICENT BLACK SIMEON BOERUM PORTIA CAVANACI-I ALICE M. DERRIGAN RAY DURLACHER ALFRED FASSINO EDWIN GREENHAUS WILLIAM JOHNSON JOHN JONES CHARLES KEARNEY JOHN KEIRNAN CAROL KISSINCER BETTY LEVENE JOSEPH LYNCH PAUL MATTHEWS NORMAN MCLEOD JOHN MCLAUCHLIN JOHN NORTH ANN PIETRO WILLIAM POWERS ARTHUR RUSSELL JOSEPH RYAN VICTOR SCHOLZ WALTER SHALVOY FRED SMITH ALBERT STEFFGEN BARBARA THOMPSON BLAIR VERITY EDWARD WATSON RUTH WRIGHT ,Z S- -14. 34 THE WHEELS' PHUEHESS ARDYTHE E. ALTMAN, Fulton Ave., Seaford-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Badminton 1, 3, 45 Bowling 3, 45 Archery 1, 2, Honor Team 3. KENNETH ALVES, 164 E. Merrick Rd. EDNA AMMON, 62 Southside Ave.-G. O. 4. JOANNE E. ANDERSEN, 31 E. Bedell St.-Jr. Red Cross Coun. 1, 25 Softball 2, 3. JOAN ANDERSON, 107 Nassau Ave.-G. O. 2, 3, 45 Bowling 4. HENRY ANKENMANN, 19 Gordon Pl. WYATT EMERY ANTHONY, JR., 473 S. Long Beach Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4. GEORGE ARATA, 9 St. Mary's Pl.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4: Jr. Honor Soc. 5 Jr. Red Cross 15 Baseball 1, 25 H. R. Mgr. 4. DOROTHY ANN ARNOLD, 136 Smith St.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross Coun. 2, 35 Archery 2. JOAN B. AYERS, 67 Jean Ave., Hempstead. COLETTE ADELE BALLOT, 28 Beverly P'kway- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Hon. Soc. 45 Pub. Bus. Staff, Ed. Voy. 3, 45 Flashings 1, 2, 45 News Service 45 Band 1, 25 Section Head 3, 45 Chorus 15 Masque and Wig 2, 3, 45 Senior Play 35 Assembly Comm. 15 Jr. Red Cross 15 Hockey 15 Table Tennis 15 Bowling 15 Archery 35 Softball 25 Orch 1, 2, Sect. Hd. 35 Band Coun. 45 G. O. Coun. 45 All-State Music Festivals 2, 3, 4. WALTER T. BARLING, 4035 Chestnut St., Seaford- G. O. 3, 45 Science Club 45 Track 3. ROBERT F. BARRETT, 133 E. Fulton Ave., Roosevelt -G. O. 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 35 Science Club 45 Track Mgr. 2, 3, 45 Boy's A. A. 3, 4. DOROTHY BERGMANN, 423 South Main St.-G. O. 45 Table Tennis 1. RICHARD BIRK, 311 Grand Ave.-Football Mgr. 2, 3, 45 Baseball Mgr. 3, 4. MILLICENT C. BLACK-G. O. 3. FRANK R. BLUMENBERG, 26 Miller Ave.-G. O. 3, 45 RiHe 3. VINCENT BODEN, 87 Woodside Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Football Mgr. 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 3, 4. ANN BOERUM, 176 Sweezey-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, 25 Assembly Comm. 3, 45 G. O. Coun. 35 Dance Comm. 3, 45 Sr. Courtesy Comm. 4: Badminton 25 Hockey 15 Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Softball 1, 25 Basket- ball 1, 25 Cheerleader 3, 4. SIM BOERUM, 12 Evans Ave.-Basketball 3, 4. LOUIS BOLOGNESE, 307 S. Grove St.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 15 Football 25 Baseball 1. PATRICIA BREEN 52 Lexin ton Ave.-G. O. 2, 3, v 3 4: Masque and Wig 35 Bowling 3. ALLAN BRENNER, 3 W. Merrick Rd.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Play 45 Science Club 3. DORIS MAE BRETZGER-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Library Club 3, 45 Sr. Courtesy Comm. 45 Jr. Red Cross 1, 25 Bowling 2, 3, 45 Archery 3, 4. VIRGINIA BRUTON, 92 Rutland Rd.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 G. O. Rep. 35 Flashings 2, 3, Asst. Ed. 45 Masque and Wig 3, 45 Senior Play 35 Assembly Comm. Ch. 45 Dance Comm. 2, 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, Nassau County 45 Table Tennis 1, 2, 35 Softball 35 G. O. Coun. 35 Stud. Lead. 2, 3. J. DOUGLAS BUCHAN, 18 Whaley St.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Hon. Soc. 45 Flashings 1, 2, 3, Ed.-in-Chief 45 Senior Play 45 Dance Comm. 45 Football 35 Track 25 Lacrosse 3, 45 G. O. Council 4. RICHARD L. BURKETT, 431 Sigmund St.-G. O. 1, 3, 45 Hon. Soc. 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Sect. Hd. 2, 3, 45 Stud. Lead. 45 Band Ex. Coun. 3, V. P. 45 Band Rep. to Rochester 3. VIRGINIA CARPENTER, 451 Penn. Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Pres. 15 Hon. Soc. 45 Ed-in-Chief Voya- geur 45 Flashings 2, 3, Feat. Ed. 45 Dance Comm. 2, 35 Jr. Red Cross 15 Bowling 2, 35 Volleyball 2, 35 Archery 15 Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hon. 35 G. O. Coun. 45 Stud. Lead. 2, 35 H. R. Mgr. 1, 2, 4. GORDON CASE, 5 Grahing Pl. PORTIA CAVANAGH, Baylis Rd., Seaford. GLORIA JEANETTE CHAIKO, 175 Park Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Ad. Mgr. Voyageur, Flashings 45 Pub. Bus. Staff 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Chor. 1, 25 Assembly Comm. 1: Sr. Courtesy Comm. 45 Jr. Red Cross 1: Badminton 1, 25 Volleyball 1, 25 Band Twirler 1, 2, 3, 45 Sr. Orch. 1, 2, 3. HOWARD CHEYNEY, III, 185 S. Long Beach Ave.- Science Club 3, 4. JOHN P. CLEARY, 333 Archer St.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, V. P. 15 G. O. Rep. 2: Pres. 45 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4: Flashings 2, 3, Asst. Editor 45 Track 1, 2, 35 Co-Capt. 45 Boy's A. A., Pres. 4. MARY ELLEN CLEARY, 333 Archer-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Soc. Sec. 4, Voyageur Club Ed. 45 Flashings 2, 3, 4: Senior Play 4: Assembly Comm. 2, 3, 45 Dance Comm. 2, 3: Ch. 45 Badminton 1, 2, 3, 45 Volley Ball 1, 2, 3, 41 Softball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Teams-Badminton 1, 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4' Girls A. A. V. P. 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 Capt. 45 Stud. Lead. 3, 4: Jr. Prom. Comm. 35 Sr. Prom. Comm. 4. HERMAN COLTER, 97 Maple Pl. MARY CONEN, 90 Washburn Ave.-G. O. 45 Chorus 1 2 3 4 ass- SHIRLEY ANN CORWIN, 64 Ellison Ave., Roosevelt- G. O. 2, 3, 45 Band 3, 45 Science Club. BARBARA E. CRUZE, 32 Davis St., Roosevelt-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4: Sr. Cour. Comm. 4: Hockey 2, 3, 45 Volley Ball 1, 2, 3. 45 Softball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Teams-Hockey 45 Volleyball 3, 45 Softball 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Stud. Lead. 4. DOROTHY CUMMINGS, 212 Ray Ave.-G. O. 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL CUSMANO, 30 Brooklyn Ave.-Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. RUTH DARCEY, 256 Randall Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Lib. Club. 3, 4, Assembly Comm. 3, Basketball 1. SYLVIA DAVIDSEN, 35 Lenox Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Soc. Sec. 1, Flashings 2, Assembly Comm. 3, 4, Dance Comm. 2, 3, Sec. 4, Badminton 1, Volley Ball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Honor. GILBERT DAVIS, 314 Bedell St.-G. 0. 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Football 2, Track 1, 2, Cross Country 2, 3. FRANCES ANNE DE GROUTTOLA, 71 N. Main St. -G. O. 4. ANNA E. DELESTON, 48 Alexander Ave.-G. O. 4. DOLORES DE MASE, 283 Miller Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Comm. 2, Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4, Archery 1, 2. CHARLES DIETRICH, 98 N. Ocean Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Flashings 3, Jr. Red Cross 1, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Lacrosse 3, 4, Baseball 1. RICHARD DI GASSO, 29 Broadway-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 4. ROSALIE DILEO, 91 Claurome Pl.-G. O. 3, 4. HELEN DONNELLY, 14 E. Woodbine Dr.-G. O. 2, 3, 4. JAMES DOWLING, 128 Colonial-G. O. 4, Bowling 4. CLAIRE DOXEY, 8 Smith St.-G. O. 3, 4. JOHN DRINKWATER, 6 Moore Ave.-Football 1. RAY DURLACHER, 102 N. Columbus Ave. JACQUELINE JOANNE EHRET, 163 Putnam Ave.- G. O. 3, 4, Hon. Soc. l, 4, Flashings 4, News Service 4, Badminton 1, Volley Ball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2. WILLIAM G. ELS, 3 Radam Ct.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Football 3, 4, Baseball 2. ETHEL ENDERS, 158 Rutland Rd.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, 2. Assembly Comm. 3, Badminton 2, Table Tennis , Volley Ball 3. RUTH ENGELKE, 35 Stillwell Pl.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, News Service 4, Badminton 1, Hockey 1, 2, Volley- ball 1, 2, Softball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2. HARRY G. FARMLETT, 8 Milburn Ct.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Voyageur Art Ed. 4, Track 1, 2, 4, Rifle 1, 2, 3. FRED FELLMAN, 214 Miller Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, Flashings 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2. RICHARD FENNEMA, 22 Shonnard Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 4, Orch. 2, 3. MARIE BERNADETTE FIERRO, 9 Elinore Pl.i G. O. 1, 4, Hockey 1, Honor Team 4, Volleyball 4, Softball, Honor Team 3, Basketball 3, Honor Team 4, Girl's A. A. G. O. Rep. 4. BARBARA FISCHER, 148 S. Long Beach Ave.lG. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Badminton 2, 3, Table Tennis 2, 3, Bowling 2, Archery 3, Basketball 1, 2. JOAN FISCHER, 23 Miller Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, Archery 2. EDWARD FITZGERALD, 580 Babylon Tpke.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Soc. 1, 4, Voyageur, Format Ed., Assembly Comm., Football 2. ANITA FLACK, 95 N. Columbus Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Hon. Soc., Chor. 1, 2, 3, 4, H. R. Mgr. 1, 3, , LEE FLETCHER, 369 S. Grove St.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Chor. 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4, Assembly Comm. 3. JOYCE E. FORD, 11 Lee Pl.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, Pub. Bus. Staff 4, Assembly Comm. 4, G. O. Rep. 4, Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4. ERNST FORSTER, 126 E. Pennywood Ave., Roosevelt -G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4. MAURLYN FOX, 70 Lillian Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Flashings 4, News Serv. 3, Chor. 1, 2, Jr. Red Cross 4. KAREN FRAUENTHAL, 209 E. Seaman Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, Honor Team 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Honor Team 2, 3, 4, Badminton 1, Archery 1, Softball 2, Stud. Lead. 2, 3, 4. JOAN FUGE, 71 Harrison Ave. JANICE GABSON, 67 Claurome Pl. WILLIAM GALBRAITH, JR., Southard Ave., Seaford -G. O. 1, 4, Football 1. HENRY GAUDSMITH, 447 Atlantic Ave.-G. O. 1, Masque and Wig 3, V. P. 4, Sr. Play 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1. FRANK GESSNER, 394 W. Merrick Rd.-G. O. 1. MIRIAM GHORMLEY, 32 Wilson Pl.-G. O. 4. JOSEPH V. GIORDANO, 156 Bedell St.-Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 4. GILBERT GOLLER, 100 Colonial Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, G. O. Rep. 4, Pub. Bus. Staff 4, Dance Comm. 4, Sr. Court. Comm. 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, G. O. Coun. 4. moms M. GOODING, wadena st., seaford-G. o. 4. VINCENT GRASSO, 20 Lexington Ave.-G. O. 1, Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 1. ROBERTA GRAY, 63 Shonnard Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, Library Club 1, 2, Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, Badminton 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling Honor Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball l, Stud. Lead. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Orch. 1, 2, 3. JEANNETTE GREENFELD, 224 Riverside Ave.-Bell- more-G. O. 4. EDWIN GREENHAUS, 172 N. Bayview Ave. NINA HALLAM, 33 Grand Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Lib. Club. 2, 3. PAUL R. HELLER, 191 Penn. Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Chor. 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 1, 2, 3, 4, School Projectionist 1, 2, 3, 4, Asst. School Electrician 1, 2, 3, 4. ELEANOR HENNINGSEN, 266 N. Main St.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hon. Soc. 1, 4, Pub. Bus. Staff 3, 4, Chor. 1, 2: Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, Hockey 2, Honor Team 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Girl's A. A. Treas., Stud. Lead. 3, 4. JACK HIBBARD, 15 W. Woodbine Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, H. R. Mgr. 1, Band 1, 2, Baseball 1. MARION J. HILL, 43 St. Marks Ave.-Sr. Court. Comm. 4. JOYCE HIMMEL, 21 Stillwell Pl.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hon. Soc. 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Rep. Rochester 3. REGINA HOLLMAN, 42 Allers Blvd., Roosevelt-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4' Sr. Court. Comm. 4, Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT HUDOCK, 7 Rosedale Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3: Band 4, Track 3, Rifle 1, Bowling 1. ' RUTH HUDOCK, 7 Rosedale Ave., G. O., 1, 2, 3, 4, Flashings 4, Lib. Club. 3, 4. ALICE MARIE JOHNSON, 83 Fredericks Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pub. Bus. Staff 4, Chor. 3, 4, Mixed Chor. 3, Lib. Club 4, Assembly Comm. 3, Hockey Honor 4, Bowling 3, 4, Masque and Wig 4, Sr. Red Cross 4. JUNE D. JOHNSON, 496 Southside Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, Badminton 2, Honor 3, 4, Bowling Honor 1, 2, 3, 4, Stud. Lead. 2, 3, 4. RICHARD JOHNSON-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM JOHNSON, 112 Shonnard Ave. TOM JOHNSTON, 43 Fredericks Ave.-G. O. 1, 3, 4. DAVID JONES, 262 Southside Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Basket' ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Boyis A. A. Sec., Treas. DIANE JORDON, 83 New York Ave.-G. 4, Sec. 1, Pres. 2, 3, V. P. 4, Flashings 2, 3, 4, Twirler 1, 2, Drum Majorette 3, 4. JOHN PAUL JOYCE, 46 Shonnard Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hon. Soc. 1, 4, Flashings 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. O. 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, RONALD ARTHUR KANEN, 3892 Wanser Lane, Sea- ford-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, News Serv. 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Sr. Play 2, 3, Assembly Comm. 2, Orch. 2, 3. CAROL KAPSAK, 14 Claurome Pl.-G. O. 3, 4. JOHN KIERNAN, 509 W. Merrick Rd. TERRY KETTGEN, S. Bellmore Ave., BellmoregG. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Assembly Comm. 4: Dance Comm. 3, 4: Hockey 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 2, Archery 1, 2, Softball 1, 2. CAROL KISSINGER, 107 Shonnard Ave. BARBARA KOGLIN, 271 Woodcleft Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Flashings 4, News Service 2, 3, Sr. Play 4, Lib. Club 4, Assembly Comm. 4, Sr. Court. Comm. 4, Hockey 1, 2, Honor 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4, Softball 1, 3, 4, Archery 2, 4, Honor 3, H. R. Mgr. 2, 3, 4. EVELYN KORTRIGHT, 88 Colonial Ave-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 1. JOAN KRETH, 217 N. Long Beach Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Assembly Comm. 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, Volleyball 2, Archery, Honor 3. CHARLES KRUMMEL, 207 Randall Ave.-V. P. 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, La- crosse 3, 4. FRANK LANGDON, 411 S. Grove St. THERESA LAURENT, 216 Ray Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4. MELVIN LAWSON, 147 Penn. Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Hon. Soc. V. P. 3, 4, Jr. Hon. Soc. Pres. 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orch. 1, 2, 3. SHIRLEY JANE LENKER, 285 N. Main St.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sports Ed. Flashings 4, Sr. Girls Chor. 1, 2, 3, Lib. Club 4, Dance Comm. 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross Coun. 3, H. R. Mgr. 2, Hockey 1, 2, Honor 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, Honor 4, Basketball 1, 2, Honor 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, Honor 3, 4, Bowling 1, 3, 4, Sec. Girl's A. A. 4, Masque and Wig 4. NAOMI LEWIS, 88 Hillside Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3. 4, Class Treas. 1, Voyageur Asst. Club Ed. 4, Flashings Asst. Girl's Sports Ed. 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Sr. Orch. 1, 2, 3, Sec.-Treas. Band Coun. 3, Press. Band Coun. 4, Student Dir. 2, 3, 4, Sec. Head 2, 3, 4, Assembly Comm. 1, Rep. at Rochester and Saratoga Springs Music Conf. JAMES R. LINDENTHAL, 187 W. Lena Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1. CHARLES LODATA, 193 Jay St.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, P. A. Mgr. and An- nouncer 4. JOSEPH LYNCH, 33 Conn. Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Track 4. ALEX MAC LEOD, 265 S. Bayview Ave.-G. O. 4, Football 2, Basketball 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES STEVEN MAGIDSON, 192 S. Main St.- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Soc. 1, 3, Pres. 4, Voyageur Photo Ed. 4, Flashings 4, News Service 2, 3, Assem- bly Comm. 2, 3, 4, Dance Comm. 3, 4, Science Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 4, Rifle 2, Bowling 4. ROBERT MAGNUS, 204 Juanita Ave.-G. 0. 1, 3, 4. JAMES L. MALAKOFF, 147 Sweezey Ave.-G. O. 2, 3, 4, Honor Soc. 3, Treas. 4, Flashings 4, News Service 4, Assembly Comm. 4, Science Club 3, Sec. 4, Stamp Club 4, Bowling 4. TOM MALINOWSKI, 18 Woodcleft Ave.-Football 1, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4, Boy's A. A. 4. ALBERTA MANKOWICH, 73 Forest Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Chor. 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Assembly Comm. 4, Hockey 3, 4, Bowling 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Soft- ball 1. NILS MARQUARD, 20 Sportsman Ave.-G. O. 1, 3, 4, Band 1, Senior Pla" 4, Track 3, 4. BARBARA JOAN MARRA, 123 Washburn Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Chor. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Court. Comm. 4: F. H. A. Pres. 4, Hockey 3, Volleyball 3, Archery 1. GALE MARSHALL, 68 Wilson Pl.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Flashings 3, Chor. 2, Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, Softball 1, H. R. Mgr. 3. LOIS MARTENS, Silverton Ave., Want.-G. O. 3, 4: Lib. Club. 4. ARLIE MARTIN, 15 Prince Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Flashings 1, Pub. Bus. Staff 4, News Serv. 3, Assem- bly Comm. 2, Dance Comm. 2, Sr. Court. Comm. 4, Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, Basketball 1, Baseball 1, Rifle 1, 2, Track 1, 2. ROBERT D. MARTORANA, 70 Harding Pl.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 4, Rifle 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4, Boy's A. A. 4. RICHARD J. MAYER, 187 N. Ocean Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor. Soc. 3, Sec. 4, Flashings 4, News Serv- ice 2, 3, Ed.-in-Chief 4, Assembly Comm. 3, 4, Science Club 1, Sec. 2, 3: Pres. 4, Stamp Club 4, Track 3. ROBERT MAZELSKY, 128 S. Grove St.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Soc. 2, 4, Voyageur Asst. Format Ed. 4, Science Club 1, 2, 3, Treas. 4. CATHERINE MQHUGH-G. O. 4. ALICE MELICK, 3211 Linden St., Want.-G. O. 4, Jr. Honor Soc. 1, Chor. 1, 2, 3, 4, Lib. Club 4. ISABEL MILLARD, 322 Smith St.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 1, 2, 3, Archery 2, Softball 1, Basketball 1. JOSEPH C. MILLER, 114 Grenada Ave., Roosevelt- G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Assembly Comm. 4, Science Club 4, J. V. Basketball 2, 3. ROBERT HOLMES MILLER, 98 Hudson Ave., Roose- velt-G. O. 2, 3, 4, C. O. Coun. 4, Senior Play 4, Sr. Cour. Comm. 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Rifle 3, Boy's A. A. 4, Bowl- ing 4. ANTHONY MINEO, 42 Stevens St.-G. O. 2, 3, 4. FLORENCE MOSKOWITZ, Rutland Rd.-G. O. 2, 3 4, Chor. 1, 2, 3, Hockey 1, 2, Softball 1, 2, Honor 31 4, Basketball 1, 2, Honor 3, 4. JAMES MOWDY, 191 Park Ave.-C. O. 3, 4. THOMAS MOWDY, 191 Park Ave.-G. O. 2, 3, 4. WILBUR T. MUELLER 74 E. Clinton Ave., Roosevelt -C. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Rifle I, 2. GERTRUDE R. MURPHY, 5 Nassau Rd.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA ANN MURPHY, Railroad Rd., Want.- C. O. 1, 2, 3, 4: Flashings 4, Sr. Court. Comm. 4, Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4. WALTER NESTVOGEL, 403 Atlantic Ave.-C. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. G. O. 3, Class Treas. 3, Sports Ed. Flashings 4, Assembly Comm. 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Co-Capt. 3, 4, Vice-Pres. Boy's A. A. 4, Lacrosse 3, 4. STEVE NICOLINO, 84 Stevens St.-G. O. 3, 4. GRACE OLSEN, 119 Craig Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Flashings 4, Sr. Court. Comm. 4, Jr. Red Cross 1, Archery 4, Basketball 1. EDMUND C. O'MEALLY, 58 E. Milton St.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, C. O. Treas. 3, 4, Class Rep. 1, Class Treas. 4: Honor Soc. 1, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 4, G. O. Rep. Boy's A. A. 43 H. R. Mgr. 1, 2. JOE PAGNOTTA, 73 Independence Ave.-G. O. 2, 3, 4. JOHN F. PASSAFIUME, 27 Coolige Pl.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Soc. 1, Senior Play 4, Science Club 4. HERBERT PAULSON, 27 Raynor St.-C. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Asst. Bus. Mgr. Pub. Bus. Staff 3, 4, Mix. Chor. 2, 3, 4, Stamp Club 4, Bowling 4. DAVE PEARSALL, 184 E. Merrick Rd.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, V. P. 3, Pres. 4, Dance Comm. 3: Football 1. 2, 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Cat 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, ,Z Q 7 s 3 AP-Z 4: Boyis A. A. 4. Y KAY PEASE, Merrick Rd., Seaford--G. O. 1, 2, 3. 4, Hockey 3: Volleyball 1, 2, 3: Softball 1, 2, Basketball I, 2, 3, Cheerleader 3, Student Leader 3. BOB PETERS, 175 E. Seaman Ave.-Baseball 1, 2. WILLIAM POWERS, 37 Independence Ave. JANET L. PRIDHAM, 16 Rutland Rd.-Chor. 1. 2, 3. 4' C. O. 1. 2, 3, 4' Assembly Comm. 21 Jr. Red Cross 1, 2: Badminton l, Table Tennis 1, Basketball 1. BROOKY REDIVO, 71 Fredericks Ave.-C. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Comm. 1, Sr. Court. Comm. 4, H. R. Mgr. 3, 4, Badminton 1, Table Tennis 1, Volleyball 1, Archery 1, Basketball 1. ESTHER CLAIRE RIECER, 92 Evans Ave.-G. O. 1, 3, 4, Pub. Bus. Staff 4, Senior Play 4, Science Club 2, 4, Table Tennis 2, Volleyball 4, Archery, Honor 2, 3, 4. DOLORES RILEY, Washburn Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4: H. R. Mgr. 2, Volleyball 1, Softball 1, Basketball 1. WILLIAM D. ROCKWELL, 557 S. Ocean Ave.-G. O. l, 2, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, Bowling 2, Lacrosse 3, 4. EDWARD ROEMER, 43 Onslow Pl.--G. O. 1, 2, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4. ANN ROSENFELD, 18 Randall Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Flashings 3, Pub. Bus. Staff 3, Table Tennis 1. JULIAN ROSENFELD, 18 Randall Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, Football 2, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4. KAY N. ROSENSTEIN, 77 N. Bayview Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, Chor. 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 3, Assembly Comm. 3, 4, Badminton 1, 2, Table Tennis 1, Volleyball 1, Softball 1. BOB ROWE, 81 Miller Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, Track 2, 3, 4. SHIRLEY RUSSELL, 50 Mont Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Lib. Club 4, Assembly Comm. 2, 3, 4, Sr. Court Comm. 4, Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Badminton 2, 3, 4, Table Tennis 2, Bowling 4, Volleyball 3, 4. DICK SCHIN, 37 Morris St.-C. O. 1, 2, 3, 4. CINNY SCHIN, 37 Morris St.-C. O. 1, 2, 3, 4: As- sembly Comm. 2, 3, 4, Dance Comm. 2, 3, 4, Sr. Court. Comm. 4, Badminton 1, 2, Table Tennis 1, 2, Volley- ball I, 2, Softball 1, Basketball 1, 2. CAROL LOUISE SCHLUETER, 2425 S. Jackson Ave., Seaford-G. O. 3, 4: Assembly Comm. 3, Dance Comm. 3: Sr. Orch. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4: Honor 3, Volleyball 1, 2, Softball I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4. JOAN E. SCHMIDT, 166 Hudson Ave., Roosevelt-C. O. 1, 2, 4, Hockey 1. HARVEY SCHNEIDER, 176 California Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 3, 4, Mgr. 3, 4. JEAN SCHROTT, 146 Gordon Pl.-G. O. 1. 3, Sec. 4: Class Soc. Sec. 4, Flashings 4: Volleyball 2, Softball 2, Basketball 2, 3, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4. LILLIAN HELEN SCOPINICH, 425 Nassau Ave,-C. O. 1, 2, 4: Honor Soc. V. P. 1, 4: Flashinzs 4, Band 1, 2. 3, 4: Science Club 1, Jr. Red Cross I. KATHERINE SCOTT, 144 N. Franklin St., Hempstead -Cv. O. 1, 2, 3, 4: Lib. Club 3, 4: Treas. 4: F .H. A. Sec. 4: Bowling 1. ARTHUR SEGAL, 13 W. Merrick Rd.-C. O. 3, 4: Science Club 3, 4. MAUREEN SHIEL, 16 Rutland Rd.-G. O. 2, 3, 4: Voyageur Typ. Ed. 4: Flashings 4: News Service 3, 4, Chief Typ. 4: Lib. Club 3, 4. CARL SIMONE, 91 Shonnard Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 4: Boy's A. A. 4: Lacrosse 3, 4. BETTY JO SIMPSON, 25 Morris St.-G. O. 1, 3, 4: Flashings 4. ARLENE SMITH, 144 Westside Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4: Chor. 1, 2: News Serv. 1: Lib. Club 1: Jr. Red Cross 1: Hockey 1, 2: Volleyball 1, 2: Softball 1, 2: Basket- ball 1, 2. BARBARA JEAN SMITH, 74 Mt. Joy Ave.-Sr. Court. Comm. 4: Jr. Red Cross 4: Badminton 1, 2: Volleyball 1: Softball 2. EARLE C. SMITH, 21 Columbus Ave.-G. O. 1, 2. JOAN SMITH, 250 Park Ave.-C. O. 1, 2, 3, 4: News Serv. 4: F. H. A. 4: Badminton 1, 2: Hockey 1, 2: Volleyball 1, 2: Softball 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2. CAROL R. SOLL, 8 Union St.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4. BERNIE SPOSITO, Washington Ave., Seaford-C. O. 4. EMILY STRATTON, 40 St. Marks Pl.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4: Lib. Club 3, V. P. 4: Sr. Court. Comm. 4. NANCY C. STRONG, 2154 Willoughby Ave., Want. -C. O. 1, 2, 3, 4: Chor. 1. CAROL JEAN STUMPF, 47 Stevens St.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4: Chor. 1, 2, 3: Hockey 1: Volleyball 1: Archery 1: Basketball 1. THOMAS SUTTON, 225 Penn. Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2. DONALD SWISHER, 18 Maryland Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4: Chor. 1, 2, 3: Sr. Play 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Cross Country 2, 3: Rifle 3. MARGARET MARY THEISS, 64 Denhoff Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4: Voyaffeur Sports Ed. 4: Hockey 1, 2, Honor 3, 4: Volleyball 1, 2, Honor 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, Honor 3, 4: Softball 1, 2, 3, 4: G. O. Rep. Girls, A. A. 3, Pres. 4. MARILYN THOMAS, 142 East Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4: New Serv. 4: F. H. A. Treas. 4: Badminton 1: Hockey 2: Volleyball 1, 2: Softball 2: Basketball 1, 2. WYNNE E. THOMAS, 175 Roosevelt Ave., Roosevelt. BARBARA THOMPSON, 88 Leonard Ave.--G. O. 4: Chor. 3. HAROLD THOMPSON, 25 Graliing Pl.-G. O. 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2. 3, 4. VALERIA M. THUMSER, 39 Powell St., Roosevelt- G. O. 4: Flashings 4: Pub. Bus. Staff 1: Sr. Court. Comm. 4. MARIAN F. TIEMANN, 129 Putnam Ave.-C. O. 1, 2, 3, 4: Flashings 2, 3, 4: Sr. Plays 2, 3, 4: Assembly Comm. 3, 4: Jr. Red Cross 3: F. H. A. Ch. 4: Bad- minton 2: Softball 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2. CONSTANTINE TSAVALAS, 75 Denhofl Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4. MORTIMER TUNSTALL, 219 Sportsman Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 2. BLAIR VERITY, 2 Church St. CLAIRE VERNI, S. Jackson Ave., Seaford-G. O. 3, 4. MARILYN VOGT, 459 S. Grove St.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4. MARY VOGT, 18 Moody Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4: Honor Soc. 1, 3, C. O. Rep. 4: Jr. Twirler 1: Sr. 2, 3, 4: H. R. Mgr. 3, 4: Badminton 1, 2: Volleyball 1, 2: Softball 1: Basketball 1, 2. MARTHA WALKER, 61 Bennington Ave.-C. O. 3, 4. JACK WALLACE, 158 Church St. PATRICIA A. WALSH, 153 N. Columbus Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4: Assembly Comm. 3: Sr. Court. Comm. 4: Badminton 2: Table Tennis 2. OLIVER WALTER, 59 Bennington Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 4: Track 1, 2: Cross Country 1. MARY WANSER, Jackson Ave. ROBERT WEISS, 139 Harris Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN WERDANN, 248 N. Long Beach Ave.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4. ETHEL WESSON, 3740 Somerset Drive, Seaford-G. O. 3, 4. ALICE WISEMAN, 132 Porterfield Pl.-G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4: Sr. Court. Comm. 4: Jr. Red Cross 3, 4: Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 4: Softball 1, 2, 3, 4: H. R. Mgr. 1. MARY WILLET, 190 Randall Ave.-C. O. 1, 2, 3, 4: Honor Soc. 4: Chor. 1, 3, 4: Lib. Club 3, 4, Pres. 4: Sr. Court. Comm. 4: Jr. Red Cross 2. ROSEMARIE WILLIG, 25 St. Marks Ave.-Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Section Head 4: Sec. Band Ex. Coun. 4. NORMA ANN WREDE, 55 Queen St., Roosevelt-G. O. 2, 3, 4: Pub. Bus. Staff 4: Lib. Club 4: Sr. Court. Comm. 4: Badminton 2: Table Tennis 2: Cheerleader 3, 4. RUTH WRIGHT, 23 W. seaman Ave.-C. o. 1, 2, 3, 4. MARY S. ZIEMINSKI, Hampton Ave., Seaford-C. O. 3, 4: Pub. Bus. Staff 4: Chor. 4: Lib. Club 4: Sr. Red Cross 4. FRANCIS ZUILOWSKI-G. O. 3, 4. WE EHUUSE CHARLES IYEAN WALTER DLANE WALTER KAY BQST Lookincb Nosbf po pulcm Nfcesaf FLCBLLYJGS JOHN QTYALYLES DIANE GLNNY Done LVXOQX'-ov F0 Ho So MOST KLLKQL5 To Svccfeff Smoomwcsi NYCQST Smiqes BSS? DVQSSCJ GLNNY CHARLES VLNNY JEAN TAMES-QLNNY THESE TWUS CHARXES DIANE DAVE NARY TERRY CARL CUTCST Mos? Alrklebrfc, Beslt Dancers DAVE GH, DUANE MARY To Be Remembwecl X,J?i+i'esT Cnffeslf Couple Nos? Repvesenbrcdrve Bed Sinqevs CHARLES GBNNY GINNY ED ANN CHARLES UST of F. H. Sfs financial wizards are to be found doodling with fractions and dol- lar signs in and out of the Varsity Shop. The Publications' Business Stall has a job that en- tails much responsibility. a fact not always known to the student body. "Good evening. Sir. l am here as a represen- tative of F. H. S. to solicit ads for the "Voy- ageuri' and 'Perhaps youid like to increase your sales by advertising in 'l"lasHingS' i' are a part of our daily conversation. lt's effective too. for as every month and year begins. the merchants and patrons are proud to say that they are the advertisers in our publications. lfleanor Henningsen. the hen who watches oier her chicks 'ri chucks. has done a remarkable job helping the rest of us birds lly. and fly we dos everywhere. Herbie Paulson in his job as Assist- ant Manager pecks the hen whenever she falters. This year the ads of both the Hvoyageurl' and "l"lasHingS" are taken care of by another bird, Gloria Chaiko. The Advertising Manager. Cay . . , ... 2fZ4fR,421i7.J! PUBIJCATIONS BUSINESS STAFF Elsie Eggers Marilyn lfishhein joycc Ford liil Holler Natalie llochman Alice johnson Urrimwil Bus. Manager ......,. ...Eleanor Henningsen flxxl. l1'1r.v, illrmaycr ............. ......, ....... H e rhcrt Paulson .'l1I'Z'l'I'li.Vl-Plfl .lflmiagfrr ..... .........,.. ,llloria fhaiko copy lid. nf Iflasliings. ,,,. , . .... .....,, , .Gay Crouse fl.v.ft, fofiy lid. of "Fl1zsIIir1y1.S"' Adrienne Vernon .AI.v.vt, fillfj' lid. nf HI,0-VUflFlH'H. .,...... ...Ann Porter CDI'-x' lid. of "l"0yage14r"'.., .Colette Ballot Stuff lfrmlelercfim' .....,..........., .. ,,,,..... joan Kreth .Al.r.vt, lifmlekvcpcr' .. ..., ,......, . .. , ...Joan Seaman SOLHlTORb Elaine May Flint Mogcr Mary Zieniinslxi Dick Nluldowncy Ann Short Valeria Tlinniset' Norma YVrn:sle Crouse, Copy liditor of "Flasl'lingS." aided by Adrienne Vernon and Colette Ballot. Copy tidi- tor of MVoyageurf' are a few more ducks in this renowned flock of birds. joan Kreth 4'lDid you use a ballpoint in the account book again?"Al, is the staff Bookkeeper who rounds out the covey. This group. however. would never be able to continue without the help of those terrific jays. the Solicitors. Exceptionally fine work has been done by Gil Holler. Ann Short, Alice Johnson, Joyce Ford, Natalie Hochman. Norma Wrede. Marilyn Fishbein. Dick lVluldowney. Elaine May. Esther Rieger. and Yaleria Thumser. The eagle of our group. Mr. lloger 1"W'ere you in MY drawer again?"l is our indispensable adviser who often trims our feathers if they become too llighty. Although it has been dillicult and busy work, we shall truly miss the hours spent in 225. GC. GER EIHTYDRIAI. Editor-in-clzicf Format Editor ,,,,, ,,,,..... , .-lsxt. 1"orn111f lftlitm' .. . Art Iftlffm' .. ......,. .. .. Club Editor ..,,., .. Asst. Club Iftlitw' ...... Sports Iitlitor .. ffl1.0f0jl7'llf7f1j' lfrlitm' . lyfving Editor . . STAFF ..Yirginia C'arp.nter Fitzgeralcl ,,,...... ...llob Mazelsky . ..1-larry lfariulztt ...,... .Mary Cleary .....N2iO1lli Lewis , Peggy Tlieiss . ...jim Magidson , .Maurc-cii Shiel ICVIQNTICILN years ago the graduating class of 1933 took as the oflicial name of their yearbook. "The Voyageurf' ln it they described the search of Jason for the Colden Fleece as a symbol of youth's quest for success through knowledge. RINO GFFERIIC Wvith this thought in mind the staff dedicated its book to the voyages Freeport High has made in fifty years. This is our own history of the ten- month voyage we've just made. It all started back in June. 1949. The nine of us met each other in 224 along with last yearis stall. There. a visibly relieved. rejuyenated ex- editor related to us the rigid ordeals connected with a class yearbook. We laughed and enjoyed our yacation. Now. one year later. we still laugh lweaklyl as we prepare a similar speech for next yearis staff. Seriously. it was hard work. but truthfully, we loved it. Armed with bulging box-suppers. Peggyfs radio, Miss lVfaeArthur's pencil sharp- ener. and a great deal of blissful optimism, we started in. Mary was the conscientious. depend- able gal who looked up a ponderous amount of material, mounted innumerable panels. and subbed as unoflicial assistant editor many times. lim was an able assistant to Mr. HB." Wie are particularly proud of Harry and his beautiful art work. Always on time with carefully done panels and caricatures. he was never too busy cheerfully to make more. We didn't see too much of Mo, our typist. during February when she was literally buried under a small mountain of notepaper. Naomi teamed up with Mary on the club layout and gave generously of her spark- ling wit and contagious good humor. None of us will ever forget the night she dropped the bottle of rubber cement! We remember Peggy not only for her work. but also for the athletic leap she took over the barbed school fence one Saturday afternoon. We almost became a staff of eight members that day. Fd and Bob were the inseparable wits who ignored my Hobjurga- tions," meeting me with ineffable grins and Coy remarks. Their accomplishments are pictured elsewhere on this page. Seriously, they were both very reliable workers when things got under way. Miss Didas has just completed her last year as faculty adviser to Voyageur and for the staffs past and present we extend our most grateful appreciation. So this is we-uns. The book we hopefully Cre- ated is now your reality. Like it? We hope so. V.C. 44 THE HU U HlS is the twentieth year the Freeport Chap- ter of the National Honor Society has been functioning. Chartered on December 31. 1929. as one of the first chapters in New York State and the 913th chapter in the country. it has operated under the sponsorship of Mr. Martin M. Mansperger. our principal and faculty ad- viser. Originally intended as the Phi Beta Kappa of high school, it has been expanded to embrace the qualities of character, leadership, and serv- ice. The National Honor Society, as the foremost group in the school, hopes to be the cynosure and inspiration of the students. We of the Class of 1950 who have been hon- ored with membership feel that the course of our lives has been predicted, we realize that hence- forth we must set an example to others about us through both words and deeds. Wvherever we may travel, should we encounter another wear- ing the National Honor Society emblem, we know immediately that here is an outstanding H SUEIETIE5 personality. one who is working with us toward higher standards and ideals in the lives of the youth of America. Last June. at the annual banquet held in the Freeport ldlks' Club, twelve students were hon- ored with membership in the society. At a short meeting thereafter, they elected ofhcers and made plans for future inductions. ln one of Freeporfs typically impressive assemblies in November, nine new members joined the ranks of those who epitomize good mental and moral qualities, again in March, in a solemn, austere ceremony attended by guests from other Long Island Chap- ters, the final Senior inductees of 1950 were taken into the membership. The choice of members is by no means hasty. Any such individual who umakes the grade" is usually one whose attributes have long been ap- parent. Of the present members in the Senior National Honor Society, 15 were at one time in- ducted into the Junior National Honor Society, a younger edition of this outstanding group. The selection of these underclassmen who promised development of the four cardinal principles: char- acter. scholarship, leadership, and service, was begun on March 10, 1931, as the 47th such chapter. under the guidance of Miss Ruth E. Cochran, Dean of Girls. The Junior National Honor Society is a definite influence in the character formation of students and sends them on the way to becoming leaders in high school. J. M. JU IUH EL 55 ERE it is 1950 and we, the class of '51, have completed another year before the final lap-our Senior year. We can, moreover, look back on our Junior year as one filled with many accomplishments, highlighted by our Junior Prom. We were well represented in the many sports and activities. Football, basketball, CLASS OFFICERS President ................r.....,..,,..............,.,.........,............... Bob Parisi V ice-President ......... ............. B ob Greene Secretary ...rr,rrr. ....,.....,....... S kip lvlip Treasurer .,...,..,.rrr.,. ,....,,....... B erkely Swezey Social Secretary .......,, .....,,....... A nn Di Cesu C. 0. Representative .... ..........,.,. E d Smits baseball, track, and many other boys' and girls' teams would have been sadly crip- pled without us. Looking among us, one can find many sturdy supporters of the C. O. and contributors to FlasHingS. We can certainly look back with pride on a year which we'll never forget and for- ward to a year full of success. SUPHUMUHE CLASS HIS year September rolled around al- most too fast. Most of us are now well started on the rungs of our S. H. S. careers. Why, just by looking at the smiling faces beaming down the upper halls you can tell how happy Sophs are. Next year we expect to see many 52's on the Varsity football, basketball, and base- ball teams. Our girls too are coming right along. We have some on the cheerleading squad and many more on the Honor teams. Uur talent peeped through the Senior Play, and while we're on the subject of talent, we can mention our contributions to the Band and Choruses. We 52'ers have always supported the C. O. activities. What would a basketball or football game be without our leather+ lunged boosters! This just goes to show that the Sophomore class has what it takes- spirit. We hope we can stay on the top until we finish our glorious stay at F. H. S. CLASS OFFICERS President ........,........... ,............,..,.. D ave Porter Vice-President ............. .........,.,. l lose Ann Cleary Secretary ........,..... ........,,....,.. P hil Roberts Treasurer ......,...... ,.......... S tanley Davidson Social Secretary ......... ............. S ally Hansen G. 0. Representative ..........,. Evaura Ware FRESH FTER struggling through a year of some answering and even more asking, the Freshmen can look back on a very success- ful year. As usual, the list of activities for the boys was headed by football, basketball, track, and baseball. The female of the spe- cies, GIRLS, busied themselves with arch- ery, bowling, hockey, and such. Some girls and boys played in the Junior and Senior CLASS OFFICERS President ....,.......,,,.,,...,,.,..........,.........,.,.................. Tom Forbes Vice-President ,.,....i,. .,..,,......... IN 'larleigh Chandler Secretary ................. .............,,.,,. A lberta Herr Treasurer ..........,..... .......,.,,.., C arla Doane Social Secretary .....,i.,. .,.,....,,...,.. S ally Parker C. 0. Representative .... ............... I ack Raynor ELASS Bands while others reported for FlasHingS. Following in the steps of other great Freshman classes, we gave excellent sup- port to the G. O.-buying the most tickets. We also made up a large part of the cheer- ing section. Too, we gave Arthur Murray a lot of business in preparation for the An- nual Freshman Dance. All in all, it has been an auspicious year for the class of 553. EIEHTH GRADE 52 .. ,, x .- in at x -' SEVENTH GH!-XUE 513 , " fu" 1. -9 up ' 2 X ' '-' 'miie-fy., 'fucff J X -f . 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Council Since its founding in 192-lf, the C. 0. Council has been the backbone of all F. H. S. clubs and activities. The purpose of this group is to guide the policies and ease the problems of each individual group and publica- tion sponsored bv the C. U. It is now under the capable supervision of Mr. Hesse. Sr. Humermnm Managers This is the twenty-sixth year that C. 0. tickets have been sold to F. H. S. rooters. In 1930 one cost seven dollars. This year a record 1096 tickets were sold. Who did this su- perb selling job? Why'. it was the homeroom managers who are the agents for the G. O. and who dis- tribute FlasHingS. These students are really the intermediaries for the C. O. and the student body. . .. lflesl-lir1g5 After years of questionslike, l'Who won the game?" and "When is the dance?" a newspaper was started in 1931 with a free activities ticket given for the prize-winning name, l7lasHingS. With eight issues this year, under the guidance of Miss Rogers, the lf. H. S. news organ con- tinued to keep the student body well informed. News Service This group of young reporters is responsible for keeping the public presses up to date on F. H. S. Xliss Barlow has been the efficient adviser for this club since its beginning in 1941 and has supervised the assign- ing. writing. editing. and submitting of news items. Truly. this group ren- ders a real service to l". H. S. lfeurtesy Cemmittee Three years ago a group of Senior girls and boys were asked to serve as members of a courtesy committee to dispense hospitality to visitors. linder the supervision of Miss Con- stable, this amiable group is available to help direct visitors unfamiliar with l". H. S. and to keep halls relatively clear during classes. Masque and Wig ln 1929 this club was founded for the purpose of Hdeveloping construc- tive drama appreciation, criticism, and interpretationf, Their goal was to produce, besides lighter offerings, at least one classical play. That first year it was Coldsmithls 'She Stoops to Conquerf, Then the classicism got lost. Recently the club has offered Broadway hits, this year Mr. Bur- nett's line effort, MArsenic and Old Lace." Assembly Eummittee This committee was first organized in 1930 and consisted ol Seniors only. Then in 1933 the membership was opened to all interested high school students. This group has been responsible through the years for se- curing fine speakers and giving in- spiring programs. lvnder the sponsor- ship of Miss Boyce, the committee continues to entertain the student body. Ut-mee Committee ln 1934 a group of interested stu- dents asked Miss Barlow to act as adviser for the first F. H. S. Dance Committee. Their goal was to have school dances sponsored by the C. 0. so that all students might feel free to attend. Their goal was realized, and this year under Miss Bird the group has sponsored four school dances. Library Klub Sinee 1932, Miss Swan and her as- sistant librarians have served faith- lully and courteously the booklovers of l". H. S. The duties ol these girls call for responsibility, alertness, and dependability. They all attend a group dinner at the end of the year and then induct their new members. Science Klub For nineteen years the Svienc-e Club has been guided by Mr. jordan in its weekly meetings. During these years the xarious members have par- tir-ipated in numerous held trips and sf-ientifir' experiments and aetixities. Thus they have sharpened their minds and kept abreast of the rap- idly ehanging world of svienve. Buys' A. A. This Athletic Association has been functioning in the high sf-hool since the fall of 1906. It was their job to purehase all equipment. They also had to find places for their games to be played and Competitors had to he ehosen. since they had no sehed- ule. Any boy who has reeeiyed a let- ter in a major or minor sport is eligible for membership. x, . ,s. was F.-wg V. 'Z v ' gl-fny. ,W -. '- . ,-,,.,qt. . A. W My 1 li?"ff"?Qfi. " 7 ' PPA' -2-.':f3:2i'?2!?1iA'f, '54 V I 75251 f, I . A M Mg I x ,K I - :.:,. ,V:..mxlw,wc:,i-1 - 63,1 X gi 'f'f ?w "'wH"Wi.'-'L 'L 24. , .. :ff 4 . -- 'fff-i"'-QA f Hr ERN, ww 'Haig In 'Q 335 5 W X Mm Wwwgp- QM ,i Sf " if rg 'Q , 13 ,, i gg' 'L 1 . 'xuv 1 ' 5 V W., ' . x 'fr y f , 5 Y Lk , I by 4 4 1 . A , mx 'if LV M ,Y Q E Q A m I k 6 ' 5 , f 2 Jr. HUIHEFUUIH Managers Here is another group of hard- working salespeople. They are the Junior High homeroom managers do- ing the same excellent job as their Senior counterparts. They have har- nessed the energy of their contempo- raries via the G. O. ticket and di- rected their enthusiasm to the sup- port of F. H. S. activities. Jr. Hand Wlhen Mr. Wlettlaufer came to Freeport in 1936, a Junior Hand was organized as part of a long-range program to promote music. In 1939, the jackets. trousers, and skirts of the Senior Band were willed to this enthusiastic group whose amhition is Senior Band membership. Today they add their color to parades and Sunday Afternoon Concerts. Jr. Red Cross ln 1936 the lied Cross Council was organized in the Junior High to help the needy. In 1939 the Senior High established its counterpart and then merged with the former to form one Junior Red Cross Council. The key- stone of this organization is nowfas it has always heengservice. 62 SE IUR BA D "The meaning of song goes deep. Who is there that, in logical words, can express the effect music has on us? A kind of inarticulate, unfath- omable speech, which leads us to the edge of the infinite and lets as for moments gaze into thaf'-Carlyle ERHAPS that will partially explain why we band members so often forget to bring slips back to homerooms, return books to the library on time, or arrive in second period class on time. Mornings at eight oiclock, after school, and sometimes evenings, the band is hard at work rehearsing for one of its many performances. When Mr. Mansperger came to Freeport in 1929, there was only an orchestra. At his request the Board of Education provided for a band, and Mr. Nickerson took over a motley crew of clarinets, trumpets and drums. ln 1930 Mr. Peter Frey, a math and music teacher, was hired to develop the group, and Freeport added another first by having the only band in Nassau County. The band became more proficient, and at Mrs. Agnes L. Earonis suggestion, the PTA promised to donate a number of uniforms. The Exchange Club, with Mr. Albin Johnson and Mr. Mans- perger as our rooters, pledged to outfit the group. Mr. Frey continued his work until his untimely death in 1936. Then Mr. J. Maynard Vllettlaufer took over, and how well he filled the position! Under his supervision Freeport rose from comparative ob- scurity to the position where no matter where you go in the East, if you mention "Freeport,', people exclaim, uThat's where the terrihc march- ing band isli' Diane Jordan, the Band's HSweet- heart," again led us through a fine season dis- playing intricate formations. As we look back over the memories of band events, we remember trips to Mamaroneck, Polo 1 , 4 . Grounds, Yankee Stadium and the Sportsmen's Show. We linger over the thoughts of Jones Beach Concerts, Grumman Air Shows, and the Midget Auto races. This year we add to our list of accomplish- ments having played at almost all assemblies, every football game, the Balloon Parade for the merchants, and the two Sunday Concerts. As part of our usual schedule we gave an assembly concert, participated in the Memorial Day Pa- rade, and played at Commencement. We will never forget the romantic theme of HUniversal Judgment" and the fire and spirit of the '4Band of Americav march into which we put our heart at the Annual Spring Concert. Last and most important, we think fondly of the man who made our rehearsals so taxing, our uProf.,' It is with deep regret that we realize our days with him are over, for he has been more than an ordinary teacher to us. He has given us appreciation of music which we could never have realized without him. Now that we reach our graduation year, 1950, We are filled with pride to be able to join the ranks of those who can say, '4We were members of the Free- port High School Band." N. L. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Q President ..,.,................,,....,...........,.,..,.,........,.,..... Naomi Lewis Vice-President ...,..... .............. R ichard Burkett Sec.-Treas. ..,..,......... .......,.... R osemarie Willig X G. 0. Rep. ..,,...,,........, ,. ,..,......,. Collette Ballot Q -M H Robert Conway John Joyce Edward Everett Ronald Kanen Richard Fennema Peggy Kelly Lucille Herr Bob Le Drew Diane Jordan ,lack Merk David Porter TW IRLERS Diane Jordan, Majorette Cornelia Fennema Gloria Chaiko Karen Frauenthal Dorothy Devonshire Mary Vogt THE EHUH SES Vlilt since our school was built in 1923 the Sr. Cirls' Chorus has entertained all lis- teners with their beautiful comhination of har- mony and melody. Comprised of seventy girls from the Sr. High School they participated in most of the school's outstanding events. This year under the able direction of Miss Miriam ltoberts they exhibited their talent in the lfdu- cational Week program. the Christmas assem- bly with the candlelight procession. the Sunday Afternoon Concert. the Annual Spring Concert. and the Commencement program. The social event of the year was the annual tea given by the Sophomores and Juniors in honor ol the graduating Seniors. lfach Senior was presented with a corsage to keep as a Ie- membrance of the lun and inspiration they shared together as Chorus members. The Ninth Grade Chorus. composed of forty- hve girls. with their capable accompanist. Jean l,aino. strive to reach perfection in vocal music. Their big day arrives when. alter proving them- selves worthy, they become members of the Sr. Cirls' Chorus. The Mixed Chorus draws its membership from the Senior High, The boys and girls. with their accompanist. Alan Shaler. keep up the fine tra- dition which the choruses have established. 'WET WIKRQY SSWW J.. EHAMP5 UF DAYS EUNE BY HE Girls? Athletic Association was founded in the fall of 1939. Previous to that year, the boys and girls had been organized under one athletic association. Wlhen the point system was adopted as a means of determining a girlis eli- gibility for athletic awards, a separate girlsi association was needed. Under the point system there are stipulated the standards to be met in each sport: attend- ance, playing time, class-team membershipg honor-team membership, winning-team member- ship, olhcials' written-examination credit, ofhci- ating credit, membership on a winning team at an Honor Team Sports Day. For athletic awards, a girl must earn 125 points for her first awardg 250 points for her second award, 400 GIRLS, points for her letter, 600 points for the gold key. The Senior who has earned the most points in her high school career is honored by having her name engraved on the plaque. This program could not be carried out in Freeport High School without the very able help and leadership of Miss Dorothy Clark and Mrs. Doris Falkowski, who act as sponsors and coaches. As a climax lor their hard practice and com- petition, the girls receive their awards and school recognition at their athletic assembly in the spring. It is the sincere hope of the incumbents that the future members of A. A. will continue to uphold its principles of good sportsmanship and superior performance. STUDENT LEADERS Carol Canuel Karen Frauenthal Carol Clarke Mary Cleary Roberta Cray Eleanor Henningsen Barbara Cruze June Johnson Joyce Day Renata Riemer Sheila Shean Joan Smith Neil Fennema Ruth Fennema ATHLETIC ASSUEIATIU HU UH HUC llarhara Cruze Marie lfierro Eleanor Hennin 'en Alice Johnson llarlwara Koglin Shirley Lenker Peggy Theiss TEAMS key Pat Butler Frances Kesselman Catherine Macauley Pat Mr-Leod Mary June Metz Mary Lou Prentiss Nancy Sutermeister Valley Hall liarliara Crnze Betty Howe Shirley Lenker Peggy Theiss Karen Frauenthal Mary Cleary Joan Smith Franc-es Kesselman Catherine Macanley Mary June Metz Marie Fierro Carol Clarke Basketball Mary Cleary Karen lfranenthal Ginnie Carpenter Marie Fierro Peggy Theiss Barbara Cruze Hose Ann Cleary Pat Butler Nanvy Sutermeister Betty Home Harriet lfhbets Shirley Lenker Individual Sports HADMINTON Mary Cleary June Johnson Carol Clarke Joan Smith Marlene Karban Hose Ann Cleary Judy Miller Cloria Nitschke TAHLIC TFNYIS Harriet lflilmets Jane Wvilson lfyaura Ware Jane Yarrow Carol Jennison BOWLING Natalie Diamond June Johnson Harriet lflmlmets lloherta Cray Renata lliemer THE EHEEHLEADEHS UITHTFICN years ago the cheerleading squad, then known as the Pep Squad, was organ- ized in Freeport High School. lt consisted of hoth lmoys and girls, all interested in promoting hetter school spirit and good sportsmanship. Since 1945 the squad has heen made up of girls only. The choosing of the cheerleaders is one of the major events in l". H. S. lfarly in Septem- her approximately one hundred fifty hopeful can- didates under the tutelage of the cheerleading squad practice and practice to develop the nec- essary Hnesse. Then before a committee com- posed of faculty members the candidates exhihit their leading technics. Necessarily the cutting has to he drastic with so many trying out, and happy are those judged worthy of squad mem- hership. This year under the enthusiastic leadership of Co-Captains Mary Cleary and Carol McLaugh- lin, these girls. who have displayed unquench- ahle vim, vigor, and vitality, will always he looked upon as a group which followed and made stronger the pattern of Freeport High School Cheerleaders. CHEERLEADING SQUAD Ann Hoerum Mitzi Petrovits Ann Cantilli Marian Rockwell Ann Defiesu Joy Ebhets Joyce Ford Carol Schlueter Jean Schrott Diane Smith Helly Howe Norma Wlrede Carol Munkelt W 69 QE! 5 jsgf, 019: 35 ' SQ' ' . :ig 'Wg' NM ,Q 5,1 4 , ,D -Q-,nk Ebb 2 5m'V.Q?'i ' Nxsfsk Wxigg 3' M my 1 yi G A ,XM FUUTBALL HE last fifty years have seen thrilling things in F. H. S. From 1906 to the present day, Freeport has had occasion to be proud of its championship teams. ln 1908 our maulers rolled over everything in sight to compile a 6 won and 1 tie record to become the Nassau County Cham- pions. In 1910 with a 5 and 1 record, Russel Randall, as captain, led our Red Devils to an- other championship. We had other fine champi- onship teams in 1929 and 1943. UI course among these other greats. we have our own Hghting team of 1949-50. Progress has been made in other areas of foot- colors of black and red. But enough of these old times! We have a team of our own to be proud of. Uur mighty mites under the capable direction of that alittle beaver," Bill Ashley, juggernauted over every team they met. The only mark on a spotless season was our 20-0 loss to Sewanhaka. As Coach Ashley said after the game. L'l'll remember the score of that onef' We all will, but perhaps our blood-lust was lessened somewhat by a brilliant retaliative 13-8 victory. Perhaps our greatest achievement was evening the score against our Baldwin rivals with a smashing 25-0 victory. With this blow we got ball than on the gridiron. From our first foot- ball gate of 35.70 we exceeded 34,000 in the our hands on the Raynor Trophy and at the same time brought another championship to our 1948 Baldwin game. In the early days of the sport in our school most of our games were challenges by other teams, not pre-scheduled games. However, we met all comers and we per- formed creditably. Also in the early 1900's, our warriors were not dressed in the familiar red and white. They toiled under the rather drab school. Great Freeport teams are not restricted to our varsity. Our Freshmen were undefeated, winning their seven games, while our Junior Varsity had a .500 record against a variety of fine Junior Varsity teams and a few assorted varsity 2nd stringers from opposing schools. E VARSITY RECORD M 'ig Freeport .,,........... ......,.. 9 Hempstead ......, .,...,. 7 1? 1 - Freeport ..,.......,.. ......... 0 Sewanhaka ............ ............ 2 0 l . l ' - Freeport .............. .............. 5 1 Mineola ........,.... ....... 6 Freeport ......,....... .............. 2 6 Westbury .................... ....... 6 Freeport ,,,,,,,,..,... ...,,.....,,,. 2 5 Chaminade .............................. 20 Freeport ....,........ ..,.,.,....... 5 1 Thomas Jefferson .................. 19 Freeport .,.,,........ ,,,...... 1 3 Sewanhaka ..............,...... ....,.. 8 Freeport ............. ,,..........,. 2 5 Baldwin ........ ....... 0 71 VARSITY BASKETBALL HF hrst haskethall team of Freeport High was organized in the fall of 1905 with Mil- ton llaynor as captain. During this first season the team won two of the three games played. The next two years the schedule was enlarged, and the quintets won two-thirds of its 1908 games. Then there was a discontinuance of an official Freeport High School team until the 1920's. which decade saw no championship teams. Dur- ing the 1930's and -10's, however. records came tumbling to F. H. S. The 1931 team, Nassau County champions. won nineteen and lost only two games. The quintets of '36 and '38 were also Nassau C0unty's hest. So too now in our own memories come to the fore the great teams playing through tl1e 1945-1949 seasons, South Shore champs and near Nassau County winners. These '40 teams too were coached by the pres- ent mentor, Harry lirehart. The '49-750 contingent were defending South Shore champions and toward the end of the season overcame their jinxes to become one of the threatening teams in the county. The loss, in the early part of the season. of key men like Pearsall and Schmidt lmecause of injuries, kept plaguing the clicking of the team which chalked up nine wins to eight losses. SCUHFS Freeport 52 Mineola ..... " Freeport 53 Mephani . Freeport I3 Carden City Freeport Freeport 'IH 00 Central ..,...,,. Oyster Hay Freeport 59 Great Neck Freeport 65 Mineola ....., Freeport I9 Lawrence Freeport VIH Scwanhaka Freeport 02 llaldwin Freeport 66 Hempstead Freeport, 513 Nlephain Freeport 63 Central ........ Freeport 65 Lawrence Freeport ,,,,,.,.,, ,.,,,...,..1 1 I8 Sewanhaka Freeport ..,,,,,,,.., ,.......... 0 2 Baldwin ...... Freeport 51 Hempstead IUNIUR VARSITY and IIRESI-IIVIAN TE!-IM of the most important contributing Iac- tors to the good varsity teams turned out by Freeport is the basketball conditioning the boys get from the elementary schools through the high school. The Junior Varsity is one of these sources. Coached this year by Mr. Terry, the J. Vfs provided some thrilling sport spec- tacles as they played in the games preliminary to the varsity contests. Their record of eight wins to seven losses reveals that they too were dogged by bad luck, particularly so when the final scores were so close. This J. V. team, like all Freeport teams, fought every inch of the way through the '49-'50 season. The Freshman team too is part of the farm system, fine training early in a high school career, so that potential skills in basketball tech- nique can be spotted, developed, and polished for eventual varsity participation. The Frosh team, coached by Mr. Schmeller, played a total of eight games and won five of them. JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD Freeport ..,......, ..,,..,..... Freeport ,,........ ............ Freeport ........., .....,...... Freeport ,,........ ...,. ,,,.,, 73 Freeport .........,, ........... Mepham ...... Carden City Central .,.....rr Oyster Hay . Mineola ..,... Freeport ,,,....... ,..,,,...... L awrence Freeport ,,,......, ........,.., S ewanhaka Freeport .......... ....,....... l ialdwin ...... Freeport, .....,, ...,,...... H empstead Freeport r,,,,..... ,.,,,,,.,... M epham ,,,,,, Freeport ,,,,,,,,,, .....,...r., C entral ,.,..,... Freeport .,..,,,,............,..,,,. 25 Lawrence Freeport ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,........ 43 Sewanhaka Freeport .,,..,,... ......,..... I laldwin ,,.... Freeport ...........,......,,...... Hempstead S it has done so many times, Freeport High turned out a better than average baseball team in the spring ol 1949. Although the team lost its No. 1 pitcher, Mickey Simmons, for over a month, it kept play- ing good ball and finished second in the South Shore League with an over-all record of 17 wins and 5 losses. This team was just carrying on a tradition which started in the spring ol' 1904 with the first team ever to represent F. H. S. in organized athletics. On this team were such well-known men as Judge Johnson, Doc Colyer, and George Morton Levy. Though it was only the second team in the history of Freeport High, the baseball team of 1905 was one of the most famous. lt went un- defeated during the regular season, and then to show its ability, the team defeated the town semi- professional team in a post-season game. Of course, there have been other great teams, but this is one of the most memorable. Meekins, Carillo, Simmons, and Company will also be re- membered. Along with such men as Schmidt and Rosenfeld, who held the team together when Simmons was out, this team has written its page in the bright baseball history of Freeport High. VARSITY RECORD Freeport Malverne .,,,,...,.....,.........,.. Freeport ..,......., ....,.... C haminade Freeport Lynbrook .,..,...... .....,,.... Freeport Southside ........... ........... Freeport ...,........ ....,,... Sewanhaka .....,.. ........,.. Freeport Lawrence .,,,..,,,., ,,........, Freeport Long Beach Freeport lVlepham ........... ,,,..,,.... Freeport ..........,. .....,.. C haminade ........ ,..,,..,,,, Freeport ..........., ,...,.., C entral ..,......... ,..,,, Freeport ....,,.,.... Hempstead Freeport Farmingdale Freeport ........... ..,..,.., 9 Baldwin ........... Freeport ...,...,.. ,..,,..... 1 0 La Salle M.A Freeport ......,.,,. ,..,,,... B aldwin ........... Freeport .......,... ...,..... C entral ...,.......... Freeport Hempstead ...., Freeport .........., .......,. B aldwin ........,.. Freeport .........., ,......... S ewanhaka ..... Freeport .....,.,,,. ......... Freeport Freeport .........., .,....,., 8 Lawrence ...,.... Long Beach .. Mepham .....,. .. of Long Island. In 1939 we were considered the INCF. 1908 a group of boys have answered the call of track and have sweated and groaned to bring glory to Freeport High School. By no means, however, has it been a smooth road for these toilers. At first our team did not even have a field where they could hold their meets. They were forced to sign statements that they would regularly attend practice. Neverthe- less, through all these hardships, our teams have built up an enviable record. As time went on, our teams became the terror 3rd best on Long Island while our team of 1940 crushed all opposition and became the Nassau County Champs. In 1943 they won all but one meet. This year under the fine coaching of Mr. Augustine and Mr. Powell our team won vic- tories over Glen Cove and Malverne. Though the season was not quite so successful as it might have been, the fellows showed an indom- itable spirit and an irrepressible will to win. Their two and six record belies their real strength. With a little more experience they will be the team to beat on the Island next year. SCORES Southside ........ .......... 5 8 Baldwin ............ 21 Freeport ...,... ............. 5 015 Hicksville ......,, .....,,,...... 4 OM Glen Cove .,,,,,,.... 3615 Freeport ,...... ............,.,.... 5 2 Hempstead .......... ..,,..,......., 6 8 Sewanhaka ........ .....,,...... 4 3-7f12 Freeport 18-5f12 Malverne ........ ........... 4 215 Freeport ....... ,,,,......... 6 llfz Chaminade ..... .........,,. 6 9 Freeport ..,.... ,............. 3 5 Lynbrook .,,...,, Lawrence ....,,.. ,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Central Lawrence ........ ..,........4915 ...........60w ,.....--..67 Freeport Freeport Freeport ........451Q ........431,13 LTHUICH its reeord was not so impressive as it might have heen. this vearis eross eountry team. in its sixth year as a major sport, was no group of slouehes. Working hard all the time. the team won two and lost four meets. Three of their losses were hy very close scores. Led hy Captain John Cleary, the hoys dis- played their real class in the Long Island eham- pionships. plat-ing Hfth as a team in a large field of entries. Captain Cleary elimaxed a great Career in Freeport High hy finishing set-ond in the whole field and heing the hrst Nassau County runner to hit the wire. ln the lfastern States Championships held at Seton Hall. New Jersey. Cleary finished fourth in a field representing most of the Eastern states. Clearv therehy stamped himself as one of the leading high school eross-c-ountrv runners in the Fastern States. Mr. Miller ran take pride in this team and can look forward to another willing group of hoys next year led hy Captain-elect Bob Yarrow. SCORES Freeport... ,. V236 Malverne ,,,, , Freeport .....,,, 36 Sewanhalxa ,,,,..., , lt! Fr tfzr port ,,,,,, , ,,,,,, 223 Central ,,...,,,I32 Freeport ,,,,,,.,, ,,,.,,..,, I 35 lVlepham ..,,,,,, .,,,...,,, 2 0 Freeport ,,,,,,,,,, M136 Central .,,,, , .,..,..,,,,,, ,532 Lynhrook ,,..,.... .,,,,, 52 NV clri 2 ,,,..,. ..,,,,. l ,ost fl- 76 Sr. Girls' Chorus Alice Acosta Antoinette Alicastro Lillian Arnold Sophie Blanos Carol Canuel Roslyn Caputo Joan Carle Barbara Chambers Barbara J. Combs Mary Conen Martha Cordaro Evelyn Cronk, W.M. Joan Dessart Harriet Ebbets Jeanne Edwards, W.M. Audrey Fieldsa Gloria Fischer Patricia Fischer Lee Fletcher, Pres. Patricia Lynn Betty Lou Gill Ruth Howley Alice Johnson Denise Kappauf Marlene Allyn, A cc. Alice Mclick Mary Lou Miller Mary Lou Moore Janet Pridham Sallie Possell, Sec.-Treas. Joanne Post Marilyn Priest Joan Risely Kay Rosenstein Claudette Ruggiero Virginia Schneider, V.P. Vlasta Schretzmayer Frances Schuster Annette Seal Sheila Shean Lucille Shear Marion Shepherd Marion Stanton Lucille Stearns Diane Smith Barbara Thompson Lois Todhunter Frances Troge Madeline Tunstall Evaura Ware Carol Kissinger Laura Jean Vought, G.O. Rep. Lee Kulik Lois Wetter Ruth Lane Mary Willet Jeanne Lyon, Acc. Diane Willig Alberta Mankowich Jane Yarrow Barbara Marra Mary Zieminski Clara Mattson Lynn Waugh Masque and Wig President ........,............. ........,.,...........,.... W ayne Marshall Vice-President ....... ,.....4,4........, H ank Gaudsmith Secretary ....,.......,.... ............ L aura Jean Vought Treasurer ...............,..,.,..,.. ........................ B arry Hart G. 0. Representative ,,,.............,.,, .... ,...,.......................,, G i nger Merritt Colette Ballot Ginny Bruton Anne Cantilli Gloria Dickenson Ruth Fennema Ann Alicastro Wyatt Anthony Alan Brenner James Buchan Harry Coburn Joyce Day Ann DiGesu Cornelia Fennema Frank Filkens Barbara Griffin Alice Johnson Barbara Koglin Shirley Lenker Peter Loonam Jeanne Lyon Nils Marquard Alan Paul OLD MEMBERS Irene Genner Paul Heller Carole Jennison Carol Munkelt Mitzi Petrovits Joan Risely NEW MEMBERS Ann Porter Frances Pratt Joan Richards Esther Rieger Roger Sammis Lucille Shear Edward Slain Martin Swartz Donald Swisher Marian Tieman Mona Turner Edward Watson Jane Wilson Richard Wilson Dave Winter Charlotte Wolfson Robert Yarrow CLUB MEMBEHSHIPSI F. H. S. Girls' A. A President ..,..,.......,.,....,.,....,.................. ............ ........,...,.....,....... P e ggy Theiss Vice-President .,..,.,.... ......, . Cleary Secretary , ....,.................. .......,.,........,.,...,... S hlrley Lenker Treasurer .,,..,..........,........,.. .,.......,... . Eleanor Henningsen G. 0. Representative .. ..,..,...,..,.,............. Marie Fierro Ardythe Altman Marlene Allyn Colette Ballot Ann Boerum Virginia Bruton Pat Butler Carol Canuel Barbara Coretty Virginia Carpenter Carol Clarke Rose Ann Cleary Nancy Collins Joan Cossio Evelyn Cronk Barbara Cruze Sylvia Davidson Joyce Day Madelyn De Gaetano Natalie Diamond Ann Di Gesu Nancy Di Gesu Pat Dixon Nancy Dumper Jeanne Edwards Ruth Engelke Ruth Fennema Barbara Fischer Karen Frauenthal Irene Genner Roberta Gray Diane Hagen Sally Hansen Sydell Harris R. Hallman Carole Jennison June Johnson Roberta Josepowitz Francis Kesselman Barbara Koglin Harriet Kritselis Joan Larsen Betty Levene Bernice Lieberman B. Losee .lean Lynch Ruth McDevitt Pat McLeod Catherine Macauley Alberta Mankowich Mary Jane Metz Isabel Millard Judy Miller Florence Moskowitz Carol Munkelt Norma Nicolich Jane Ogden Theresa Pilitto Francis Pratt Ranati Riemer Trudy Riman Shirley Russell Barbara Sanders Virginia Schin Carol Schleuter Mildred Severs Sheila Shean Lucille Shear Arlene Smith Diane Smith Joan Smith Ruth Sutherland Nancy Sutermeister Jane Sweet Marilyn Thomas Janet Tiemann Mary Vogt Evaura Ware Jane Wilson Joyce Wise P. Wiseman Lee Kulick Joan Wright Jane Yarrow G. U. lfeuneil David Pearsall ,..,.....,.........,.,.............,.....,,.,...,.................,..,............., President Robert Greene ....,......,.......... .........,................,,..,.,......... V ice-President Berkley Sweezey ,......,. ............. V ice-President Jean Schrott .,..........,.,.,.,...., ........................,... S ecretary Edmund O'Meally .......... .....,......,...,...,,.,......... T reasurer Mary Cleary ,...,............... ......,..........,. S ocial Secretary Collette Ballot Barbara Bond James Buchan Virginia Carpenter Ruth Darcey Marie Fierro Gilbert Goller Richard Mayer Evaura Ware Jr. High Assembly Patricia Bliss Barbara Bond Lititicia Cushman Richard Darcey Alan Shaler Florette Merritt Robert Miller Herbert Paulson Jack Raynor Edward Smits Mary Vogt Kenneth Vought Laura Jean Vought Committee Susan Hart Peter Hellstern John Hesse Carolyn Rickey Flasl-lioqS James Buchan .....4....,..........,...,....,.,...,............ Virginia Bruton ...,... John Cleary ....................,,. John Joyce ......,....................,... Virginia Carpenter ......... Walter Nestvogel ,...... James Magidson ,......... Shirley Lenlcer .,.,.... Naomi Lewis ...,.......... Patricia Murphy .....,.. Valeria Thumser ..4.. Carole Jennison ...... Ruth Hudock .,,.......... Doris Bedell Mary Cleary Bernie Eackloff Jacqueline Ehert Shirley Gatland Lea Giblyn Barbara Koglin Elaine May Richard Mayer Patricia McLeod Ginger Merritt Scarlet 0'Neil .,..........,...........Associate ..............Associate .............Feature .........,,..Feature ...,..,........Sports .....,,..,Sports Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor .....,..,.Sports Editor .........,Sports Editor .....,.....,.,......,,.,...........,.Cartoonist ....,.,...t...,,........Exchange Editor Frances Pratt Richard Schaap Jean Schrott Lillian Scopinich Maureen Shiel Betty Jo Simpson Henry Smith Ed Smits Janet Southard Marian Tieman Joan Werdann Joan Wright Laura Jean Vought Science Club President ..... , .,.,...,..,...,...,...,.....,.........,,,..,..,.,..... ., Vice-President ........,.., Secretary , ..,......,............ . Treasurer ,.........,t.........,....... G. 0. Representatire Art Armbruster Walter Barling Bob Barrett Fred Belderok Howard Cheyney Robert Eareckson Lester Fieldsa Ernst Forster Dave Friedman Peter Guth ....,.,..,.,...,,....,Richard Mayer ,...,....,..,..lames Magidson ....,....,.....lames Malakoff .........,..Robert Mazelsky at.......,.........,..,,Robert Miller Mat Lorber Dean Martin Joe Miller Marilyn Muller Nancy Rhodes Esther Rieger Arthur Segal Ed Smits Louis Treuman Ken Watterson David Winter Dick Witcoll' Ronald Wolff Y John Hesse Melvin Lawson National Honor Society ELECTED SPRING 1949 President .................,,......,...................,...,.,..,,.....,................... James Magidson Vice-President ....,.,....t..,..,,......,......,.,.,.....,., .,.,.......,.........,.... lN lelvin Lawson Secretary .......,.,......,......,.,.,.. ........... R ichard Mayer Treasurer , .......,.,,..,.....,.................,., ......,........,..,... J ames Malakoff G. 0. Representative .......... ..,........,.,..,........,...,.,........ M ary Vogt Richard Burkett John Joyce Jacqueline Ehret Betty Levene Eleanor Henningsen Naomi Lewis Edmund O'Meally ELECTED FALL 1949 Colette Ballot Edward Fitzgerald James Buchan .loyce Himmel Virginia Carpenter Robert Mazelsky John Cleary Lillian Scopinich Mary Willet ELECTED SPRING 1950 George Arata Alice Melick Virginia Bruton Grace Olsen Alice Johnson Donald Swisher Uaoce Somroittee Mary Cleary , .,..,..... ,.,....................,..... ....,..,.............................. ,.... ..... , . C li airman Sylvia Davidsen ..,.... Pat Bliss Ann Boerum Evelyn Boyle Virginia Bruton Marleigh Chandler Rose Ann Cleary Carla Doane George Dragonette Bill Engleman Gilbert Goller Ev , ..............................,.,..,...,. Secretary Terry Kettgen Shirley Lenker James Magidson Patricia McLeod Florette Merritt Frances Pratt Lawrence Rea Virginia Schin Diane Smith Laura Jean Vought aura Ware Sr. High Assembly Committee Alberta Mankowich ....,.....,......,..,...,..,........,.,........,........,.....,.,.,..... Chairman Barbara Griliin .,.....,....... .,..,...,.. ......,............. S e cretary Virginia Bruton Patricia Butler Rose Ann Cleary Joyce Ford Paul Heller Roberta Josepowitz Joan Kreth Leanore Kulick James Magidson .loyce Wis Florette Merritt Carol Munkelt Ann Porter Joan Risely Alan Shaler Sheila Shean Lorraine Ustica Laura Jean Vought Evaura Ware e Library Eluli Mary Willet ......... ...........,...........,.,...,..............,..,,,.,........... .....,.,,..... P r esident Emily Stratton ...... Barbara Grilhn .... Katherine Scott ........ Doris Bretzger Evelyn Cardinale Joan Cossio Edna Eggers Elsie Eggers Ruth Hudock Doloras Karmin Barbara Koglin Alice Johnson Shirley Lenker Mary Zieminski .Vice-President ......,,.......Secretary ........,.t...........,,................,Treasurer Joan Mahlstedt Lois Martins Alice Melick Marilyn Miller Nancy Rhodes Barbara Sanders Mildred Severs Lucille Shere Maureen Shiel Norma Wrede News Service Richard Mayer .......,.,.............,.,...,..,............,.....,....,.,..,..,..,. Editor in Chief Collette Ballot ,.,,.,..,..,. Ann Porter .,...........,... Maureen Shiel .,..,....,... Marilyn Thomas ...,. Arline Smith .,.,.... Joan Smith ,.....,.. Barbara Coretty Jacqueline Ehert Ruth Engelke Carole Jennison ..,..,....,.......,..Librarian ....,,.t......Librarian .....,......Typist ,...,.....,Typist ......,.,...Typisl . ,.,..........,. ,. .,......,..,.................... Typist Ronald Kanen Dick Schaap Alan Shaler Edward Smitts Ronald Kanen Alice Wiseman Gordon White Alice Acosta Antoinette Alicastro Sophie Blanos Carlisle Boger Robert Boothy Margaret Calabrese Barbara Combs Joan Dessart Richard Fennema Audrey Fieldsa Gloria Fisher Patricia Fischer Patricia Flynn Betty Lou Gill Paul Heller Denise Kappauf Carol Kissinger Richard Laing Alberta Mankowich Barbara Marra Clara Mattson Alice Melick Mary Lou Moore Herbert Paulson Sallie Possell Janet Pridham Marilyn Priest Marshall Rivers Virginia Schneider Frances Schuster Annette Seal Alan Shaler Marion Shepherd Diane Smith Dent Smith Marion Stanton Lucille Stearns Don Swisher Barbara Thompson Evaura Ware Kenneth Watterston John Wegman Diane Willig Mary Zieminski Robert Hayes Lois W etter Junior Band Adele Ballot Barbara Bond Susan Brondo Glenn Brown David Brown Marleigh Chandler Susan Cogan Joseph Covello Eugene Di Russo Alfred Dorsett Valerie Edwards Barry Feldstein Thomas Fileman David Gathers George Georgas William Harms Bruce Halgeny Marilyn Heller Barbara Hibbard Philip Jones Thomas Judge Carol Kark Margaret Rose Levin Monroe Lewis Barbara Lunetta Howard Zipp Flint Moger Howard Munro Marjorie Milstein Richard Noll Allen Olsen Yvette Pardoen Brion Poland Arthur Radin Maureen Regan Norma Ritter George Ringer Dolores Russel William Severs Donald Smith Carol Speckhardt Alice Schaeffer Dennis Sullivan Carol Sutherland Marjorie Stumpf Robert Swanson Janet de Thomas Ronald Trapani Henry Uman Joan Werdann Paul Wolf er Ninth Grade Chorus Grace Buck Theresa Carri Rosalind Carry Charlotte Carver Jacqueline Castro Florence Chilinski Henrietta Colter Mary Dodd Judith Flint June Rose Fisher Virginia Furman Leona Fowler Anne Frisch Lea Giblyn Lois Herberger Alberta Herr Joan Hoyt Diane Intriligator Marjorie Johnson Loraine Lamb Jean Laino Gertrude Mackenzie Margie Milstein Faith Minnerly Marilyn Marini Gloria Nitschke Helene Palley Sally Parker Helen Roggenburg Catherine Rizzi Helen Ruttinger Berty Stuhlmiller Peggy Smith Rosalind Scopinich Joan Solomon Sylvia Thomas Barbara Vesely Mixed Chorus Junior Honor Society ELECTED 1949 Anne Yarrow Patricia Bliss Marleigh Chandler Grace Disch Mary Dodd Barbara Ann Fischer Lea Giblyn Alberta Herr Cynthia Rigby Dorothy Schmidt Diane lntriligator Gerald Stoodley Neil McLellan Joan Werdann Anita Nonemaker George Wettlaufer Sally Parker Dolores Wurtzel ELECTED SPRING 1950 Jane Aemisegger Jacqueline Barnett Donald Bretzger .loan Browning Carol Ann Chase Ronald Coughlin Letitia Cushmore Richard Darcey Valerie Edwards Miriam Esser Robert Fassett Robert Fero Peter Hellsten Lois Herberger Rosemary Joyce Lorane Lamb Emil Lucek Geraldine Maher Marilyn Marino Alice Moran Yvette Pardoen Richard Pennell Alan Shaler Stuart Smith Michael Zeichner Courtesy Committee Ann Boerum Doris Bretzger Gloria Chaiko Barbara Cruze Gilbert Goller Barbara Grifhn Marian Hill Regina Hollman Barbara Koglin Barbara Marra Robert Miller Patricia Murphy Grace Olsen Brooky Redivo Shirley Russell Virginia Schin Barbara Smith Emily Stratton Valeria Thumser Patricia Walsh Alice Wiseman Norma Wrede Mary Willet Home Hoom Managers George Arata Beverly Bates Louise Bolognese Donald Bretzger Virginia Bruton Ann Cantilli Virginia Carpenter Pete Cattano Rose Ann Cleary Arthur Crispyn Richard Darcey Joyce Day Grace Disch Mary Dodd Gail Dunlop Jacqueline Ehret Henry Els Cornelia Fennema Lea Giblyn Patsy Green Sally Hansen Alberta Herr William Hillebrecht Howard Jacobs Barbara Keil Barbara Koglin Alice Acosta Antoinette Alicastro Helen Andallia Carol Armstrong Mabel Batcher Joan Benjamin Patricia Bonaport Doris Bretzger Terry Calloca Doris DiGasso Carla Doane' Alice Enlander Audrey Fieldsa Doloras Ford Barbara Golen Evelyn Hammat Patricia Lindsa Martha Lonergan Jerry Long Bob Mankowich Wayne Marshall Flint Moger David Moore Carol Munkelt Paula Munkelt Sally Parker Cleve Pratt Frances Pratt Brooky Redivo Cynthia Rigby Renate Riemer Roger Sammis Joan Schmidt Bob Scott Ed Smits Janet Southard Gerald Stoodley Leslie Thomas Mary Vogt Kenneth Vought Billy Walsh Jane Wilson Anne Yarrow Future Holnemal-iers ot America Joan Marion Barbara Marra Gertrude McKnight Mary Lou Miller Patricia Murphy Catherine Polito Dorothy Satich Frances Schuster Katherine Scott Janet Simmio Martha May Simmons Joan Smith Marian Tieman Marilyn Thomas Marilyn Vogt Eileen West Ruth Wright Arthur Ambanster Dorthy Arnold Collette Ballot Steve Barone Beverly Bates Gerry Brandeis Barbara Brockmeyer Richard Burkett Robert Burkhard Joan Carle Gloria Chaiko Harry Coburn Leonard Coker Nancy Collens Robert Conway Barbara Coretty Shirley Corwin Gay Crouse Stanley Davidson Eleanor deMov Helen deMov Jessie deRoza Gloria Dickinson Ralph Dowedswell Nancy Dumper Jane Aemisegger Antionette Alicastro Sally Barone Patricia Bliss Robert Barrett Barbara Brien Grace Buck Carole Canual Janet Cardinale Rosalind Carri Charlet Carver Robert Cerko Carol Anne Chase Georgiana Childres Gail Cleary Joseph Cleary Florence Cmlienski Harry Coburn Susan Cogan Helen deMov Gloria Dickenson J oll DiDaola Anne DeGesu Grace Disch Pat Dixon FOOTBALL Richard Birk Richard Burke Ray Cardinale Carmen Chimeri Charles Dietrich Richard Di Gasso Henry Gaudsmith Joe Giordano Vincent Grasso Robert Green Al Harris Norbert Holter William Johnson David Jones William Kenny Charles Krummel Peter Lampasona Charles Ladato Thomas Malinowski Jeanne Edward Irene Esser Edward Evert Jack Fassett Richard Fennema Joseph Giordana Doloras Halouska Conny Hanna Paul Heller John Herbert Lucille Herr .John Hesse Marilyn Hilko Joyce Himmell Robert Hudock Howard Hurlman Carol Jennison John Joyce Rosemary Joyce Marorie Judge Donald Kanen Jack Kelly Peggy Kelly Senior Bend Frances Kesselman Carole Kinghorn Douglas Knette Dorothy Kordes Norma Larsen Melvin Lawson Robert LeDrew Naomi Lewis Jacky Levy Barbara Lunetta Pat Lusk Barbara Lustig George Lyons Donald Mahnken Barbara Marra Jack Merk Harold Morris Judith Nauheim Ruth Noll David Olsen Paul Perez A1 Pitt Norman Popiel David Porter Sally Possell Lewis Preziosi Elizabeth Radin Heil Kress Enuneil Carla Doane Mary Dodd Elsie Eggers Pat Fels Barbara Fischer Cecile Flaster Pat Flynn Joyce Ford Lenore Fowler Lorraine Freeman Jacqueline Frey Anne Frisch Emily Hazard Marilyn Heller Alberta Herr Marilyn Hilko Drusa Hopkins Ann Hyde Michell Intrilligat Alice Johnson Jay Jordan Shirley Johnson Marjory Judge Tom Judge Joan Kiernon OI' Marianne Lacy Bernie Lieberman Scott Mackenzie Eileen Manning Gale Marshal Pat McLeod Timothy Meenan Joy Mercer Marilyn Miller Lynn Milner Helen Muller Beverly Nauheim Elizabeth Nicholas Allan Olsen Yvette Pordoen Frances Pratt Dorothy Quick Lawrence Rea Maureen Regan Joan Richards Esther Riger Carol Rosenstein Doloras Russel Shirley Russel James Sayer Lowell Raynor Robert Raynor Fay Regan George Riefenstahl Gertrude Rieman Josephine Rippelmaier Leonard Rundell Weymann Saylor Harvey Schneider Robert Schultz Lillian Scopinich Joe Siegel Thomas Sutton Vivien Terry Janet Tieman Norman Tucker Joyce Weiss Lee Wettlaufer Rosemarie Willig Jane Wilson Robert Woodberry David Walsh Jane Yarrow James Yahner Doris Schindler Dorothy Schmidt Valasta Schretzmayer Sheila Shean Barbara Smith Stuart Smith Susan Spund Lily Sun Nancy Sutermeister Frances Thomas Sylvia Thomas Richard Turman Lorraine Ustica Nancy Vernon Kenneth Vought Frank Watson Joan Werdann Joan Werner Rosamond White Doris Wierenfeld Joyce Wise Alice Wiseman Robert Woodberry Carol Zacchia Mary Zieminski Joseph Masone Henry Natterer Walter Nestvogel Edmund O,Meally Dave Pearsall John Plunkett Marshall Rivers William Rockwell Robert Rowe Jerry Simandl Carl Simone Ronald Ulip Howard Waszmer BASEBALL 119495 Dick Birk, Mgr. 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