Freeport High School - Voyageur Yearbook (Freeport, NY)

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DEUIEATIU ITH deepest appreciation, we, the class of l952, dedicate this yearbook to Martin M. Mansperger. We might well speak of his scholarly attrib- utes, his wisdom, his outstanding accomplishments in the field of education, his moral courage, his sincerity, and his humor, hut they are all climaxed by our true affection for him. He has always striren for better pupil-teacher relationships and has endeavored to equip every Freeport student with the essentials of solid scholarship and good citizenship. So we say, 'Lthank you, Mr. Manspergerf' and wish you many happy years Hdown on the farmf' ..-' 2-.-,i,. ,V ,.,, I w ., 1. ,.--,... 'vue' ,.-. ...1-.:'P..--,' - I --...-.-...S-f...,.-5...pf- J:-'r-.ju-.'1-1:-r.: -' - ':1,-..'.'r1.'-1:..?. '- " -1-.-..,. 1..,'- -.-... . v .-::j - t ', -"." s -.rr-?:. 1 1 .' 1. --'.-'Ji M.. -,,,', ,, .. .. . , . 5, 1152- wig---,. . 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Mr. Mansperger graduated from Ohio State University in June. 1921, .1Agig,.g'-5:47-ie33'.-135.eg9-45.5g1j:,:.gi.g :Q-1.-'.j-,.z.',,.,',rg-IfQ .A 54. n ,.- ' A . . . --gegjjgiiwgL..--'f-,.-.-75.1-.fmlx-5:4355-.3 -- :Z3.?fgfrff..Q.a:.fj' , if 51 1,351 after working his way through college. He was married one week after ,g,:.gg,f2..-M1-41-13,5,55--5-g6--.555-L37--' -Cs.-'-1'1c'1 -7-2:11, .V f' ' Q - - - - - . - - , - ,,3-myg,f.?.'fe"1iip51,."'.5:1-'gk ,-51? .5315-331-gf.5:,5:z5,1' graduation to Lots Genevieve Chngan of Mansfield, Ohio. His first Joh -.5-5.,:,5733,5-.-,'5..g-Q,zziggggggfgffz' ff' i Q lf 5 was as organizer of the Mansfield summer playgrounds. He did advanced j:,g?ff2g.357q. if-gggjegfigilii-L-' 11. 'ml-jigrr IJ, 7,-': -. . . . . . - ,.f'-,i-Q.--'-',-QA. AEE:-Q-.1-:agj3:QjE.,' '.-h'f.-'-1.55561-3.5 Ania' - raduate work at the Universit of Chlca o and in 1931 received the f-15.1.3'r-,z-,--3.42.-,.q1f.1.:-.vit . L . . 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From 1927 to 1929 he was Super- vising Principal at Mountain Lakes, New Jersey. ln 1929 Mr. Mansperger accepted the principalship of Freeport High School. il While in Ohio Mr. Mansperger had been a member of the State Athletic Board, Presi- dent of the Kiwanis Club, and Commander of the American Legion of Zanesville. During the two years in New Jersey he was affiliated with the State Council of Religious Education. After coming to Nassau he became President of the Nassau County Council of Religious Education, a member of the Official Board of the Methodist Church, Superintendent of the Methodist Sunday School for several years, and a member of the Board of Education of the Methodist Church. He is the founder and organizer of the Mansperger Families, Inc., a genealogical group tracing their families back to early American and German ancestors. ln 1939 a book on the Mansperger families was published by Mr. Mansperger. 52-'fi:2g:q+ iiif f-. 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V ' 1 Nl' ?'A'4.-,f,4,1g9:-f Our l1bI4l1lt'l' principal lius lu-t-n i.il'llXt' In tln- N1-w Nurk AXNSIDVIHIIUII of N-1'tnnla1'y bclnml f' "-: gxk l'rint-ipuls as vliairnian ul tln- planning lmard fur tlirm- years. st'Cl'x'tul'y lm' twu wars. and his f xivt--pn-si4le'lit tur twu yvurs. l,ust year lu- was 1'tl-l'll2.lll'lllHll of tlie' National SFCttlltlill'y Fff. Svlnml l'rint'ipals Assfwiutimi Cuiifwciim- xxllit-li was livld at tln- llpte-l Cuiiiinudurf- in ' ..... Nvw Mark City. Ht' was lllilllt' at mt-mln-r of tln- S1'll1llk.ll'SlllIJ Buarrl ut tllt- National Honor fj5gQf5Ef'l?,iQi7'1l.' Silvia-tv wllivli passes on tht- xmrtliint-sn uf stud:-nts fur svliolarsliips in all llunur Sewivtis-s tg .:f.rr.'.,,.'t1:, f 1 - . . ' . . . . ' . . 1'i1a7.Li1u1-'-1' Iliff Hill in tlns 1'nl1llll'Y and funn' ltllivlglll vntiiitin-s. Ilt- luis ln-vn President of tln- l'i'1-Q-pm't lzxvliangt- .. ..,., 'f s-gf l.'-:- Clnlr. tln- urganizing pre-sid:-nt ul' tlit- Sons nl tln' .Nnn-ricun HL'Y0llllltDII. Lung Island Cliap- tvr. und wus a lllCIUllt'l' ul tln- l':Xt'l'llllYl" ClYIlIIIllll4'4' of tlie- Enipire- Stutn- Stwivty Suns ul' tllt- Arm-rivuii llewvllttimi. lnstvawl of at detail:-tl list of liis LlCPlllllIlllrllllll'llls in l"i'wport lligll St-lnml. lt-t tlix' lnllnwing pages of tln- '52 Noyagvtir ln- a l't'I!llINlt'I' uf the lrie-ndly inte-re-st and kindly iiifllic-iicv Hr. Nlanspergvr llds had on our vlnlms. our sports. nut' lnund. our t'lnvr11se-s. and our favulty and student Imdy. V A 5 Page six IIETIIIEU MISS ADELLA MATTSON ISS ADELLA MATTSON retired during the summer months after more than thirty years at Freeport High School where she had been our typing teacher and Chairman of the Business Department. Upon her arrival at Freeport in 1919, Miss Mattson took over many duties in addition to her regular teaching schedule. She was faculty treasurer of the G. O. from 1924- until 194-5, adviser to the senior class for fourteen years, and adviser to the junior class from 1947 to 1951, directing their many successful Proms and super- vising the selection of their class jewelry. Her friendly smile, quick sympathy, and understanding heart make her a person to be long remembered. Above all, Miss Mattson has been a true friend to teachers and students. We of the Voyageur staff, speaking for all who know her, Wish her good health, much happiness, and many years of pleasant retirement. lln illlvmnriam MISS DORIS GRUESBECK f Fnglish and faculty adviser to OR eight years Miss Doris Croesbeck, teacher 0 , g ., ' the Assembly Committee, contributed her charm and understanding to Freeport High School. Her sense of humor, her optimism, and her sympathetic teaching through those dillicult passages of "Ivanhoe" and Shakespeare will never be forgotten. l ' b ' all. Her absence will be felt keenly and deep y y Page seven X XQX x ' f XT Q ' x Q: . fi ', f'X 1' X r sldfx S EMWJW? If K ' X LL", fl , X w X Z! ,X 1 X ff 'f if 7,0 - ,V UL, X x 7'XNYxiQX X X g xM WffV I NN L X a, , I mn ll W f , S, ,, + W Vcff-'uf' M , in A z .Nw W ,M - N Nw J X . n I , , . I , K '- lx 1Eia ,.Tm i ., EylEE',R+x s 4 X W WWW VX X Mx NM RX kv a P' X Xp Wd wx ab . sv, Q X, X, 5 uw I U N H X I E V ' ,M X "W, N GJ , X v I K if 5 i JH i N if , 'Hixf ,X J N WWW! W MN Zi f XX x yi f' QI, ,f l Page ten EHEETINBS TU THE IQLA55 UP 1952 the Freeport lloard greetings in behalf Voyageur. Class of scholarship. music. athletics. and in many other fields. have been outstandingg your cooperation in every enter'vriseff--worthwhile. ln the years to come. this yearbook will serve as a perma- nent link between the busy. crowded days of adult life and the memories of your high school career. and as a permanent reminder of the inimitable spirit of F. H. S. May the habit of success which you have established here help you to achieve not only material success. but a happy life of abundant service. May the theme of your yearbook remind you of the inspirational leadership of your former principal. Martin M. Mansperger. who has just retired to a life "down on the farm." UH each of the twelve years that l have served as president ol' of lfducation. one of the rare privileges has been to extend of the Board to the graduating class. through the pages of the 1952. your spirit has been wonderfulg your accomplishments in Men of the soil-great or humble-W-fare characterized by dauntless courage. real sacrifice. humble wisdom, and by a devotion to liberty that nothing can shake. plus unfaltering faith in God. Many of those men who have laid the foundations of our liberty in this great country of ours were reared in a rural environment: the farmer Thomas Jefferson, with his Declaration ol lndependence. his statutes of Religious Tolerationg the farmer Andrew Jackson. whose fierce Tennessee spirit blazed the way for the development of democratic practicesg the farmer Abraham Lincoln. whose gnarled. massive hands told of conflict with the land and forests. and whose grip on the helm of the Ship of State was as firm as on the hoe or ax. Members ol' the Class of l952. your future after graduation presents a fair. clean page on which to write a new chapter in the story of your life. No nobler example could guide you than that of these early heroes whose beginnings were Mdown on the farm." Congratulations and Cod speed in every worthwhile endeavor. LEO F. GIHLYN President Board of Education 1 UHEETINUS TU THE EL!-X55 UE 1952 ANU EUNUHATULATIUNS TU THE YEAHBUUH STAEE HE theme of this 1952 Yearbook, "Down on the Farm," brings to mind those pioneer days of long ago when most Americans were farmers and the life of the people was a rural life. In those days, man defied nature and tamed it. He defied any force which interfered with liberty or with freedom. A real pioneer did not bow his head or bend his knee except in reverence to Cod or in loving care of his family. Nor did he compromise an issue or use appeasement as a device for temporary safety. Never did he give up his firm belief that personal liberty was not only his right, but also his most valued possession. Those early ideals have crystallized into the American Way of Life. In America today, we are still counting kindness, love and consideration for others among our virtues and we are still actu- ated in our life procedure by the service ideal. Our underlying philosophy is still based on the right of free men and their self-created institutions. Our most valued national leadership through the years has been by men of pioneer caliber. Whatever true progress there has been in government, business church and school, has been fostered by outstanding leadership in these various fields. We have been very fortunate here in Freeport High School to have had the guidance for twenty-two years of a man whose ideals and standards have been constantly high. Reared "down on the farm,', in the rural countryside of Ohio, of pioneer stock, and tempered by long years of school experience, Mr. Mansperger has helped to lead Freeport youth to higher and better accomplishments. His reward is the success of those he has inspired, and his compensation is the inspiration which comes from such a reward. Class of 1952, as you graduate you are on the march with all American pioneers who have come before. Your study and all your splendid effort in your high school course and activities have prepared you to meet the immediate dangers and problems. It has greatly increased your efficiency. You have arrived at the place where there is real work to do, a faith to keep and an ambition to be worthy of your opportunity to be realized. Every one of you is vital in the struggle for better human relationships and happier human relationships. American youth looks beyond immediate situations to a new era just as did the pioneers of colonial times. May you support your faith in the permanence of American ideals and institutions by your best contributions to them. Congratulations to Mr. Mansperger and to the Class of 1952 as you go forth to new horizons which challenge your continuing effort for worthwhile accomplishment. Very best wishes for success in every endeavor. JOHN W. DODD Superintendent of Schools Page eleven ADMINISTRATION MH. J. VIIESLEY SOUTHARD Principal MR. C. OVERTON TREIVIPER Vicr'-Principal Svninr High Guidance Counselor MISS MARY DIDAS MISS ALICE V. DAVIS MH. JOHN HESSE Dean of Senior High Girls Dean of junior High Girls Junior Higlz Guidance Counselor Page twelve IJIIIIIIIEIUH HBDill'tIIIEllt 55 Xl Uilfl, Q. 5KlNNl':H. f,llIIllll'HlIUI Xlis- Ifxllu-r lirmxn XliffIAiluln1'nNImmn Xlr-. Hulh lxuntz Nlr. l'1I'il'SllliIIllIl'I' English HEDH1'tII1EHtd11d Library XIISS UIJYIC SWXN. I,l'Ill'lII'flH1 XIISS Nl UU' IKNHIAUW. I.'!IIlfI'I7ItI7I Hrs. FI'tJ4lt'I'i4'kil -X llrvrt Xlrs. xl2lI'jl2ll'4'f Bw-k Xlr, llvnry Burn:-It Miss Fl0l'f'Ill't" Clark Nliss Mary llidus Miss ,-Mint' Hstork Mr. lrxing l"xI'ilIlklill Hrs. Nlwillllflllll .I zu nrskx NIV. Paul l.ug1zm Nlifs Hnwlyu lluwluss Miss Yvlllvltv Siwkels Xliw l'l1e'l1f' Skitllllill? Nlrs. l.i11al Spzllllmlillgx Xlrs.lillurlults-Tvssim-1 Xlr. Flillllfj' X IIl1'l'lll MHtllEIIli1tilI5 llxapartlllellt MISS Xl Xlildl. KI. WIIITIC. f.'lmirmfm xlibs 'HIFI' DUNS XliwlflluXl.lh1xim-s Xlrs, xlillf .l.D4-xsillg Nlr. f.li1l'f'IlI'f' Nl. Hue-nrr. ,l1'. Xlr. Hulse-rl lf, Smith NIl'.,lnl1l1S. Super Nlrr. Hllfff-ll H. 'l'r11'1'y Urs. lfllitll -X.W1nrnl1-wk Pflgfa IIIIAVNFFII Snciel Studies llepertinent MlSS ETHICI. BUAHDMAN, Clllliflllllll Miss Vivian Bird N'lrs.Cha1'l0ttP llarnivn Miss Elizabeth fllou Ps Mr, .lanivs Crisafnlli lxIlSS,lZlYN"fil'0llO3I1 Mr. Walter Joy Yliss Gladys xIEl1"XVtllllI' Miss Rutli More Nliss Doris Nivkersmi Mr. Randal Powell Nliss Im-a Holmlrins Page fourteen Art llepertinent NIISS NIAUIJ ll0NS'l'Al3l.I'1. Clllliflllflll Nlrf. Nlurgrura-I llrm-r Xli-5 ll:-If-n Hfnlvwtsnii Music llepeitment UH. ,I. M. W'l'l'l"l'lAllFl'lH. Cvlllliflllllll Mi: Wliltvi' S. .luy Miss Xliriam Rulwrls Science Department MR. PAUL M, JORDAN, Cfiairnmn Mr. Henry Chemnitz Miss Hazel Hack Hr. Clarence M. Horner, Jr. Mr. Robert Miller Miss Louise Seitz Mr. Samuel Wikancler M r. Vincent Znaro Health Serviua llepmlineiit NIIS5 CIAIJYS l,, lllflllillfli. flllllll-llllllll Xlrs. ltlvziiiui' llc-ml:-rson Xliss Kumi Nl.-th-url: llliysical llrlumlimi illspartiiimit NIH, JOHN .vXllllliS'l'lNlC. lflmirmurz, Miss llmmlny Llurlx Nliss llurolv Knapp xIl'.wllIlSI1lllillllilllll Home ECUflUHllCS llEDFiI'lIIlElll NH55 H-XRRll'l'l' .-X. lflllllilfll. I.llllliI'l7IIllI Xllss BettyNlziylyrr-r-111113 Nlrs. .-Klum Xl. Howl:-5 Nliss lftlie-l Nl. 'llvliiplv Industrial Arts llepmliiimil Nlli. -Xliilllllvll li. NIH-IHS. fillllllllllllll Nlr. ,lose-ph Devlin Nlr, liolwrt lfly Nlr. William N. l'urlwr Business El'll1EHllU11 llepartimeril HH. W. UH.-XPlN lNl0Gl'lR. f.llIllil'llIIH1 Hr. Donald lfostlmi Nlr. illl2lI'lP4 Hulrlmril Nlrs. ElL'lll0l'f' HllQt'lIIlHyPl Nliss,lt'zl11Sc'llall u.Q,,w-f" Page fifteen 3 4? 2' 'xx 5- If 'S "Q gd!! "q, f!"e-xxxxvsxggrgf' . X Z O! .wx Z X. QL' ET"'N ff, X X X X 1 j jjj ,072 X 7 X - ' . I I ' 5. x I f ! I ! 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RLANORR HITCELMFIYER Page eighteen ALICE ACOSTA A loyal friend . . . lovely quiet manner . . . likes to embroider, paint furniture, and read good books . . . very interested in people, especially children . . . has ambition to be a top social worker . . . DOROTHEA ADLER Pleasant and agreeable . . . a lover of good literature . . . likes swimming and skating . . . active in badminton, hockey, G. O .... Red Cross . . . good at figures and will make a splendid comp- tometer operator . . . RAY ALBEE Has a pleasing shyness . . . likes girls, dancing, hot rods, planes, and guns . . . builds model planes . . . member of the Science Club and Civil Air Patrol . . . the sky is the limit for this future All- American "ACER . . . MARLENE ALLYN Sparkling smile, energetic, straightforward . . . G. O. Dance Committee . . . Feature Editor of FlasHingS . . . Club Editor of Voyageur . . . likes horseback riding . . . PAUL ALPERT Always the gentleman and well liked by everyone . . . Business Publications Manager . . . Vice- President of Science Club . . . Dance Committee . . . headed for college . . . will make a top in- dustrial engineer . . . ROBERT ANDERSON 'gAndy', . . . a fine, quiet, un- assuming, easy-going fellow . . . gets along with everyone . . . loves the waterfront and boats . . . is a top outboard racing man and may make this his career . . . DOROTHY ANDREWS "Dottie" . . . sweet . . . likes all sports, horseback riding in par- ticular . . . bowling and Red Cross . . . knits well . . . hopes to become a good secretary . . . ARTHUR ARMBRUSTER JR. "Artie,' . . . possesses keen, quick mind . . . Dodger fan and stamp collector . . . Band Manager . . . Secretary of Science Club . . . wants to drive a bus down Main Street . . . ambition-to be a great chemist . . . HENRY BANDHOLD "Hank" . . . won his way into our hearts . . . a i'natural" leader . . . starred in football and la- crosse . . . President of C. 0. . . . member of Honor Society, Co-Captain of football squad... will be an asset to any college.. LENORE BASSANO 'LLee" . . . wonderful person . . . talent for writing poetry and short stories . . . member of the Red Cross and Debating Club.. . main ambition is to be a good wife and mother . . . BEVERLY BATES, "Bev" . . . attractive, looks and personality . . . archery and ten- nis . . . Courtesy Committee, Sen- ior Band . . . homeroom manager . . . Advertising Manager of FlasHingS and Voyageur . . . plans to go to college, then get a good job . . . WILLIAM BIGGS i'Biggs,' . . . fond of science and good clothes . . . enjoys hunting . . . belongs to National Guard . . . hopes to become a commis- sioned ollicer in the Air Force . . . MILDRED BROWN 'Millyv . . . everybody likes f'Milly,, . . . a good dancer and swell company . . . likes all sports and is a Dodger fan . . . a fine student, plans to attend college . . . hopes to get married and raise a large family . . . RICHARD CAMILLUCCI "Dick" . . . athletic, husky, a real he-man . . . likes all sports, particularly fishing . . . a great center on our football team . . . will do a man's size job any- where . . . A CLAIRE CANAPARY Friendly . . . loves to talk . . . Editor-in-Chief of FlasHingS . . . one of Dance Committee's hardest workers . . . wants to be a pedi- atric nurse . . . will be remem- bered for her genial personal- ity . . . Page twenty EVELYN BOYLE 4'Ebbie" . . . likes good music and dancing . . . Dance Commit- tee, Assembly Committee . . . Red Cross . . . D. C. E. Sorority . . . Business staff of FlasHingS . . . main ambition, marriage, but business college is first on her agenda . . . GERALDINE BRANDES L'Geri'7 . . . easy to get along with . . . loves horseback riding, swim- ming . . . member of the Senior Band, Courtesy Committee, D. G. E. Sorority . . . does not like long beards . . . will make an excellent secretary . . . EMIL BRETZER 'iSkip', . . . alert, quick sense of humor . . . homeroom manager . . . member of Red Cross . . . ornithology and politics his hob- bies . . . sure to garner plenty of votes if he ever runs for po- litical office . THOMAS PETER CA KOU ROS Known affectionately as "Greek" or 'Big Tomw . . . tall, dark . . . great shot putter, discus thrower . . . partial to blonde cheerlead- ers . . . would like to beat the pinball machines once . . . plans to study medicine at N. Y. U .... BERTRAM CAMPBELL "Truth," . . . always well dressed and well groomed . . . friendly, quick to see the bright side of things . . , popular, a born leader . . . basketball,.lacrosse, Chorus, FlasHinfrS . . . destined to make the grade in any crowd . . . ROSLYN CAPUTO "Ronnie" . . . serene, cheerful, steady worker . , . likes to swim and roller skate . . . her ambition is to elope with her ever-lovin' boyfriend . . . JOHN BOYLE HPoo-Tangv . . . handsome . . . quiet manner . . . a lacrosse let- terman . . . well liked by his classmates and just the right per- sonality to make a successful in,- surance agent . . . BARBARA BREEN HBobbie" . . . attractive . . . charming . . . likes all sports, a wonderful swimmer . . . has ap- peared with the Jones Beach Water Ballet . . . member of the D. G. E. Sorority . . . should have a professional career in swimming . . . RARRARA 'BROCKMEYER "Bobbie, . . . her friendly smile wills many hearts . . . likes hill- billy records . . . collects sou- venirs of all kinds . , . Senior Band, Secretary of Courtesy Com- mittee . . . a superb dancer . . . will make an excellent secrc- tary . . . EVELYN CARDINALE 'gEvie" . . . Mona Lisa smile . . . petite . . . likes to ride horses and swim in her spare time . . . has been active in all girls' sports.. . Treasurer of Library Club . . . good dancer . . . training to he a private secretary to a million- aire . . . s BARBARA CHAMBERS Talkative, versatile . . . Courtesy Committee and Senior Girls, Chorus . . . ready wit . . . ace of Mr. Ashley's driving course . . . wants to be a long distance operator . . . HAROLD CHATFIELD "Harry". . . corny comedian . . . Send about the Brooklyn Dodgers and boats . . . does woodwork in his spare time . . . next step is St. Anslem College . . . GENE CARLISLE '4Colonel" . . . tall, quiet, and handsome . . . boat racing is his hobby . . . active on basketball team . . . wants to own Fort Knox some day . . . CHARLES CHARKIN fChas,' . tall, silent type . . . friendly smile . . 4. likes all sports -. . . dislikes the Brooklyn Dodgers . . . ambition is to be a carpen- ICI' . . . ' RICHARD CHMIELEWSKI "Dick" . . . fast moving brain when it comes to math, science, and photography . . . pleasant voice . . . "Oh, that's tricky" , . . ROSE ANN CLEARY Popular . . . vivacious and ener- getic cheerleader . . . President of G. A. A. and Secretary of the Senior Class . . . ambition is to be a married college graduate . . . will be missed by all at F. H. S ..., RAYMOND CLEMENTS "Ray'7 . . . amiable member of Voyageur staff . . . Co-Captain of track team . . . tireless worker as Past Master Counselor . . . plans to attend college and major in Business Administration . . . PATRICIA COMBS NORINE CLEMENT Cute . . . likes swimming, boating, and cooking . . . shy . . . an im- port from Richmond Hill High School . . . unobtrusive . . . plans to be a nurse . .. HARRY COBURN Radiates personality . . . his smile will open many doors . . . Treas- urer of Masque and Wig and Honor Society . . . member of Senior Band . . . has his eyes on Villanova and U. of Penna .... will make a first rate diplomat . . . DOMINICK CONDOLEO i'Pat', . . . petite and reserved... g'Dom" . . . quiet. determined inconspicuous . . . swimming and . . . serious Yankee fan . . . un- reading are her hobbies . . . assuming and straight forward . . . steady supporter of the G. O .... active on the Courtesy Committee helpful . . . wants to be a gov- . . . likes to go horseback rid- SITICSS . . . ing . . . Page twenty-one BARBARA CORETTY "Bobbie" . . . cheerful disposition . . . a sweet smile . . . G. O. Rep- resentative of Masque and Wig . . . sports and music occupy her spare time . . . would like to be a secondary school teacher . . . EDWARD COULURIS "EddieH . . . a terrific dancer . . . sports inclined . . . track . . . la- crosse . . . clean-up man on bowl- ing team . . . a very likeable guy . . . EVELYN ALICE CRONK "Even . . . nice things come in small packages . . . outstanding in all girls, sports . . . student leader . . . E. B. P .... plans to be an elementary school teach- er . . . Page twenty-two JOAN COSSIO "J0anie,' . . . attractive blonde hair . . . pleasant and genial . . . student leader, FlasHingS' Tying Editor . . . energetic and capable . . . will make a line secretary . . . CATHERINE CRAIG "Casey" . . . lively and energetic flag carrier in our band . . . ex- cels in all girls' sports . . . wants to be a Wave or a professional swimmer . . . STANLEY DAVIDSON "Stan" . . . winning smile . . ace cornet player . . . Senior Band . . . all-around athlete . . . tall and dark . . . wants to be a marine engineer . . . JOHN DEDRICK MAX" . . . brawny, fast-moving football player . . . likeable . . . a good sport . . . likes guns and hunting . . . has a real short crew cut . . . one of Freeport's steadies . . N. ALFRED DELIA "Fred" . . . a good-natured, likeable fellow . . . hunting en- thusiast and the Seaford Came Warden's chief annoyance . . . baseball and bowling fan . . . mechanical engineering is his fu- ture . . . CYNTHIA DERRYSHIRE "Cinny', . . . friendly, warm per- sonality . . . likes to bowl and go to the movies . . . enthusiastic knitter . . . girls' sports, Library Club, and Courtesy Committee . . . wants to be Tony Bennett's private secretary . . . MADELYN DEGAETANO "Maddie,' . . . a ready smile . . . FlasHingS and Voyageur . . . excels in girls' sports . . . avid Giant fan . . . likes to drive her Ford and to attend plays . . ambition-to be 'Lan American in Paris" . . . FRANK DELLI PAOLI "Paul" . . . Masque and Wig member . . . works on lighting for school plays . . . spends much time on photography and amateur radio . . . wants to be a projec- tionist and work his way into commercial photography . . . JESSIE DE ROZA iiJess" . . . short, energetic band member . . . Secretary of Band Executive Council . . . Business Publications Staff . . . helped with assemblies . . . D. G. E. Sorority . . . hopes to have own band or play in Harry James' . . . RICHARD DOUMENG "Brown . . . husky, friendly fellow . . . owns that beautiful yellow convertible . . . likes to play bas- ketball . . . wants to be a playboy down Florida way . . . NANCY DUMPER Pleasing shyness . . . unexpected wit . . . plays flute in Senior Band . . . girls' sports . . . Na- tional Honor Society member . . . G. O. Council . . . Secretary of G. A. A .... plans to attend a New England college . . . JOY EBBERT 'i.l0lly', . . . fun-loving, vivacious blonde . . . possesses unlimited energy . . . Co-Captain of the cheerleading squad . . . will make a cheerful secretary some day . .. NATALIE DIAMOND Artistic, dark beauty . . . always well dressed . . . likes basketball, hockey, and volleyball . . . a whiz at bowling . . . enjoys listen- ing to records . . . hopes to find future in child psychology . . . PATRICIA DIXON "Patsea" . . . fun loving and easy going . . . has taken part in bad- minton, table tennis, basketball, and softball . . . hnds swimming and music fun . . . a future Span- ish teacher . . WINIFRED DOLAN "Winnie" . . . sincere, dark-eyed, sweet . . . collects snapshots, rec- ords, and souvenirs . . . likes short periods, assemblies, dances, ceramics class . . . ambition- globe trotting and then an ivy- covered cottage . . . GEORGE DRAGONETTI "Drag" . . . smooth, hard-working Vice-President of the C. O .... Secretary of his Junior Class . . . excels on basketball court . . . enthusiastic over sports in gen- eral and Elsie . . . headed for college . . . ROBERT EARECKSON "Bob" . . . cooperative, quiet per- sonality . . . always says "Hello', . . . ardent stamp collector and flower-planting fiend . . . wants to help Uncle Sam in the Navy and then open a business . . . JAMES EDGETTE "Slim Jimi' . . . shy but full of fun . . . warm, winning smile . . . a whiz on the harmonica . . . wants to play it professionally. . . ardently hopes to gain weight . . . NANCE DICESU Quiet, well-dressed miss . . . al- ways has a bright smile . . . capable Assistant News Editor of FlasHingS . . . Vice-President of C. A. A .... active in girls' sports . . . Perry Como's number I fan . . . CARLA RUTH DOANE "Butch', . . . cute, blonde . former President of F. H. A. . . likes Chevrolet convertible . . . cooks and sews in spare time . . . we know sheill make a good wife for some lucky guy . . . FRANCIS DOMANICO "Chuck" . . . amiable and good- natured . . . baseball and bowling fan . . . dislikes school work . . . hopes to own a printer's shop some dav . . . Page twenty-three IRENE ESSER Sweet. gentle nature . . . friendly smile .... lunior and Senior Honor Societies . . . plays French horn in Babylon Symphony Or- chestra . . . can tickle the ivories, too . . . plans to become a school music teacher . . . RUTH SUZANNE FEN NEMA "Ruthie" . . . cheerful disposition . . . has boxer named Dandy . . . Girls' Sports Editor of Voyageur . . . Secretary of C. 0 .... Girls' State Representative . . . Presi- dent of Honor Society . . . cheer- leader . . . plans to engage in biological research . . . AUDREY FIELDSA '4Audie,' . . . friendly smile . . . petite . . . enjoys music and is active in all sports . . . collects bright sayings . . . intends to be- come a teacher . . . Page twenty-four JEANNE EDWARDS Sweet, reserved blonde . . . trim . neat . . . twirler in Junior and Senior Bands . . . Courtesy Committee and Red Cross . . . at good student . . . plans to teach grade school . . . ELSIE EGGERS "Moo" . . . attractive, soft-spoken blonde . . . synonymous with George . . . Library Club, Cour- tesy Committee, Chorus . . . helped on Business Publications Stall . . . a future nurse and homemaker, too . . . Wll,l,IAfNl ENCEIXNIAN "Wee-Willie" . , . good-looking, athletic fellow . . . likes football, lacrosse, and bowling . . . plays the tuba . . . Secretary of his .lunior Class . . . ,fzoal-to be cap- tain of a ship with Jayne as pas- senger . . . MARGARET FALLER "l'eggzy" . . . a lively import from Seaford . . . has many friends outside of F. H. S .... Social Secretary of a girls' club . . . will make a friendly, efficient sec- retary . . . JUNE FHYR Steady worker . . . blonde, small. and cute . . . sings in Mixed and Girls' Choruses . . . good dancer . . . wants to take a trip around the world . . . PATRICIA FISHER "Shorty" . . . talented, ambitious . . . likes to sing and play the piano . . . an active member of Chorus . . . amiable . . . hopes to be a homemaker . . . EDNA EGGERS "Ed', . . . lively, likeable Wan- tagh-ite . . . can be seen behind Varsity Shop counter . . . Secre- tary of Library Club . . . enjoys bowling and riding . , . would love to take over the Varsity Shop some day . . . THEODORE EINHA RT "Ted" . . . quiet, pleasant to know . . . enthusiastic about auto- mobiles . . . an outdoor man- enjoys hunting and fishing . . . spends his spare time making air- plane models . . . a future addi- tion to the U. S. Navy . . . HUGH ERWIN "Boodge" . . . big, brawny, brainy basketball star . . . baseball and tennis, too . . . member of Junior and Senior Honor Societies . . . noted for unique chapeaux . . . C. 0. Council . . . future ,loe College . . . TED FISHKIND s'Flash" .1 . Photography Editor of Voyageur . . . member of the band and baseball team . . . witty . . . interested in photography and pretty girls . . . teachers' pet peeve . . . wants to be a pho- tographer for "See', Magazine . . . x THEODORE FORKER "Ted,' . . . flaming red hair . . . steadfast and cooperative . . . spends his spare time tinkering with cars . . . his one ambition is to graduate . . . ELLIOT FREIFELD 'Fifi' . . . deceptively quiet . . . easy going . . . well informed . . ace football player . . . track . . . chauffeurs a nice Dodge . . . loves to kid around in chemistry lab . . . hopes to become a pharma- cist . . . CECILE FLASTER 'ACes,' . . . clever . l. . great sense of humor . . . interested in dra- matics and writing . . . excellent student . . . friendly and easy to get along with . . . writes for FlasHingS . . . wants to go to college to get her MRS . . . MARY FREEMAN "Squirrel" . . . intelligent, loads of fun . . . a bright smile . . . busy worker on FlasHingS and News Service Staff . . . plays in the band . . . plans to become a nurse . . . JOHN FREY 'i.lohnny" . . . always has the right answer . . . intelligent and friendly lad . . . headed for suc- cess . . . member of Science Club . . . Business Publications Staff . . . wants to be an engineer . . . I MARY GALLODOR0 Tiny, but cute . . . likes dancing . . . collects records. . . small and smiling . . . ambition is to be a "noble wife" . . . MINNIE GREENE "Betty" , . . an active member on the Assembly Committee . . . en joys dancing and driving . . . easy going . . . her company is enjoyed by all . . . wants to be- come an English teacher like Miss Didas some day . . . CHARLES GREENHAUS "Chucky-VVucky" . . . tall, full of fun . . . wonderful personality . . . spends his time reading, com! muting to Merrick, and doing photography . . . main interest, Dolly . . . hopes to see his name with his brother's on photo studio door . . . GEORGE GANTT "CC" . . . likes sports . . . espe- cially basketball . . . small but forceful . . . has a way with women . . . A'One of the boys" . . . ROBERTA GREENBERG "Bobby" . . . sweet and friendly . . . likes.children . . . Business Publications Staff and Courtesy Committee . . . should be a wel' come addition to Syracuse Uni- versity . . . CAROL GROEPLER Quiet . . . pleasing . . . enjoys collecting different types of jew- olry . . . dislikes school . . . likes boys, the Navy, and steak . . . Page twenty-fue SALLY HANSEN 'Bali' . . . fashion-plate . . . ami- able . . . whiz at table tennis . . . ardent Eddie Fisher fan . . . Social Secretary of her Freshman and Sophomore Class . . . cheer- leader . . . bowling enthusiast . . , aspires to a teaching ca- reer . . SARAH HERBERT "Babe" . . . amiable . . . deceiv- ingly quiet . . . hard worker on Assembly Committee . . . P. A. Club . . . cheerful . . . likes to swim in her spare time . . . bound to be a first rate teacher . . . JOHN HESSE Good scholar . . . interested in music and cars . . . rifle team . . . cornet player active in Junior and Senior Bands . . . member of the Honor Society . . . intends to become an engineer . . Page twenty-six H. WILLIAM HECKMAN "Hermann . . . big, brawny bruiser on football and lacrosse teams . . . likes hunting, wasting time, sports . . . will be remem- bered for his fuzzy beard . . . dis- likes smoking. drinking . . . a future mechanical engineer ALBERTA HERR "Al" . . . friendly . . . Secretary of her Freshman Class . . . likes to travel . . . fun loving . . . Girls' Chorus . . . likes sports, especially badminton and bowling . . . ambition is to own a Cadillac convertible . . . JOAN HESSLER "Chow . . . sweet . . . lovely eyes . . . hobby is collecting records . . . enjoys dancing . . . a whiz at table tennis . . . fond of acting . . . a future model . . . DRUSA M. HOPKINS "Dru" . . . quiet . . . artisically inclined . . . eliicient homeroom manager . . . Courtesy Committee . . . designs clothes, knits . . . likes men and sports . . . ambi- tion is a trip to California . . . RUTH HOWLEY "Ruthiei' . . . small . . . eye- catching . . . peppy . . . loves pretty clothes . . . collects records and silk scarves . . . adds her soprano to Girls, Chorus . . . fond of cats . . . assembly usher . . . hopes to travel . . . GEORGE N. KANDILOROS "Kandy" . . . never a dull mo- ment . . . carried pigskin for four years . . . liked by all . . . collects stamps . . . keeps scrap- books . , . talented 'gpopl' singer . . . baseball . . . snappy dresser . . . hopes to play big league baseball . . . ELIZABETH HOWE "Betty', . . . energetic Co-Captain of cheerleaders . . . amusing and vivacious . . . liked by all . . . girls, sports honor teams . . . dynamic personality . . . straight- forward . . . MARJ ORIE JUDGE "Margie, . . . exotic . . . fashion- wise . . . sociable . . . Senior Band twirler . . . cheerful voice heard over P. A. system . . . model . . . collects odd jewelry . . . likes swimming and tennis . goal-a career on T. V .... JOAN KANTRO Fun loving . . . amiable . . . col- lects souvenirs . . . likes well- dressed boys, dancing, and bowl- ing . . . can't wait to graduate . . . hopes to be a bookkeeper . . . LENORE KULICK "Lee" . . . refreshing . . . cheerful and amusing . . . likes sailing and horseback riding . . . solicitor for Voyageur and FlasHingS . . . helps plan assemblies . . . active in all sports . . . a future kinder- garten teacher . . . JOSEPH LAFATA "Joe" . . . quiet but amiable . . . loves to hunt . . . is an active member of 207 art class . . . excels in water colors . . . his desire is to have a business of his own . . . ROBERTLANKENAU "Bug" . . . fun-loving . . . good looking . . . easy going . . . al- ways found in the halls . . . likes hunting fanimalsl and science . . . will be glad to see the end of 7th period Spanish . . . one-man girl torl . . . JEAN LAFATA Artistic nature . . . enjoys de- signing, art, and singing . . . likes to ice-skate and roller-skate . . . the motion picture industry has an avid follower . . . aims for a career as a beautician . . . DAVID LANE "Dave" . . . energetic . . . inde- pendent . . . loves all sports . . . raises tropical fish . . . flits from place to place . . . tinkers with model trains . . . Boys' Sports Editor of FlasHingS . . . basket- ball manager . . . future coach . . . JOAN LARSEN "Lars," . . . fun loving . . . so- ciable . . . artistically inclined . . . Vice-President of Library Club, Courtesy Committee . . . girls' sports . . . loves ice-skating . . . wants to get married and then make her first million . . . with a smile" DENISE KAPPAUF "Denny" . , . short and full of pep . . . winsome . . . beautiful voice . . . likes to water ski . . . President of Senior Girls' Chorus . . . Secretary of Masque and Wig . . . goal-own a big Wall Street concern ALICE KENNEDY Sociable . . . glamorous . . . ami- able . . . avid collector of popular records . . . enjoys swimming and horseback riding . . . member of the Courtesy Committee . . . bound to succeed . . . J OA N KOOPMAN "Jo" . . . has a quiet, friendly charm . . . likes roller-skating, bowling, and ice-skating . . . a . a future "voice ftelephone opera- BARBARA AKEIL Independent . . . poised . . speaks Spanish well '. . . Dance Committee . . . likesito read . . . avid basketball and football fan . . . Honor Society . . . hopes to become a Spanish secretary . . . PHILLIP KING "Muscles" . . . witty and different . . . never a dull moment . . . loves comedy . . . radical dresser . . . interested in radio . . . a budding chemist . . . M. C. of several assembly shows . . . hopes to drive Milton Berle to pov- erty . . . DOROTHY KORDES "Dot" . . . pleasant . . . poised . . . talented . . . marching and concert band . . . likes people and traveling . . . Editor-in-Chief of News Service Stali' . . . plans to go to college, later to do some social service work . . . Page twenty-seven BARBA RA LUSTIG "Bobbye" . , . member of Senior Band . . . dark, curly hair . . . enjoys reading and listening to popular music . . . talkative . . . Business Publications Staff mem- ber . . . next step, college . . . PATRICIA MAcKi:Nz1E "Patty" . . . sociable . . . Chair- man of Handbook Committee swimming and sailing are her favorite sports . . . tennis, any- one? . . . intelligent . . . her amiable qualities will make her a fine nurse . . . VIRGINIA LEE MANESS MC-in" . . . attractive, quiet, and reserved . . . art is one of her favorite pastimes . . . her pleas- ing voice will be an asset in her career as a telephone operator . . . Page twenty-eight ROLF LA RSON Happy-go-lucky . . . amusing . . . energetic . . . likes fishing and swimming . . . always seen in Cene's . . . star football player . . . carries a lacrosse stick, too . . . ambition, to Hnish college and make money . . . .IACQUELINE LEVY "Jackie" . . . short . . . friendly . . . Senior Courtesy Committee . . . Senior Band . . . enjoys roaming the halls . . . likes peo- ple in general . . . will make a pleasant kindergarten teacher some day . . . ANTHONY l,oPRESTI "Tony" . . . well liked . . . out- standing on varsity football team . . . nice build . . . likes food and loafing . . . star lacrosse player . . . professional football is his goal . . . ROBERT LEDREW "Bobby,' . . . Freeporfs Gene Krupa . . . announcer over P. A. system . . . music his main inter- est . . . member of Senior Band . . . would like to compose and arrange music for television and motion picture productions . . . MA RIANNA LIMOLI "'lVIary', . . . Vice-President of Senior F. H. A .... can be found working at the Casa Bella after school . . . member of Mixed Chorus . . . attractive coiffures . . . marriage is her goal . . . Nl.-'XTTHEW LORBER "Many" . . . easy to get along with . . . intelligent . . . on the cross country team . . . President of Science Club . . . pleasant manner . . . aims for an engineer- ing career . . . .IEAN LYNCH Quiet, shy . . . likes to read . . . active in girls' sports . . . movies and music rate high on her pre- ferred list . . . intends to travel around the world some day . . , .IOAN MAHLSTEDT "Mall" . . . C. O. Representative for Library Club . . . petite and sweet . . . likes swimming, horse- back riding, and boys . . . pretty blue eyes . . . marriage to a mil- lionaire would suit her . . . CHARLES MANGAN "Bud" . . . interested in photog- raphy . . . goes his own way quietly . . . Likes boating . . . also likes to putter with cars. . . ambition is to be a farmer . . . to know him is to like him . . DEAN MARTIN Good looking . . . senior home- room manager . . . a witty addi- tion to any class . . . Science Club . . . Courtesy Committee . . . in- terested in girls . . . likes duck hunting . . . wants to become a successful dentist . . . JOAN MA RTZ HJOM . . . noted for her long blonde hair . . . photogenic . . . likes sports, especially swimming . . . collects records . . . would like to own a hot rod . . . model- ing combined with fashion de- signing is her goal . . . JOHN MERRILL Humorous . . . pleasant manner . . . nonchalant . . . prefers hunt- ing and fishing . . . Masque and Wig Club . . . star of radio pro- duction class . . . good M. C. . . . a future television come- dian . . . JOAN MARTIN Lilo" . . . staightforward . . . a smile for everyone . . . bowling enthusiast . . . she likes to sew . . . cute personality . . . her goal is marriage . . . RICHARD MEEKINS A'Herk" . . . likeable . . . Presi- dent of Senior Courtesy Commit- tee . . . famous for his parties .7 . . always on the go . . . col- lege is his ambition . . . Oh, that red hair! . . . VIRGINIA METCALF 'iGinny" . . . quiet manner . . . likes to collect poems . . . un- obtrusive . . . lovely blonde hair . . . has cute accent . . . a career as a Salvation Army officer is her goal . . . KATHRYN MEYER "Kaytea" . . . pretty . . . carefree manner . . . Senior Band twirler . . . Red Cross . . . hobby is sleeping in class . . . girls' sports . . . will be a welcome addition to the medical profession . . . JUDITH MILLER uJudy', . . . dancing and horse- back riding take up her spare time . . . sports minded . . . Dance Committee . . . attractive . . . announces over P. A. system . . . ambitious . . . wants to be a dancer . . . JAMES MITTHAUER "Mitty,' . . . pleasing personality member of the track team . . . a bright student . . . is interested in animal breeding . . . would like to be a veterinarian . . . JAMES MILLARD 'gDiego" . . . handsome . . . avid partygoer . . . deceptively quiet . . likes to tinker with cars . . . Oh, those eyes! . . . the life of a millionaire appeals to him . . . MARY LOU MILLER '4Millie,, . . . vivacious, popular . . . G. O. Representative for Senior Girls' Chorus . . . member of D. G. E. Sorority . . . likes horseback riding, reading, and sewing . . . looks to a nursing career . . DAVID Moores 'gDe-De" . . . friendly, amiable . . . Captain of cross country and track teams . . . collects stamps . . . Social Secretary of his Junior Class . . . interested in certain blondes . . . ambition, to be an electrical engineer . . . Page twenty-nine MARY LOUISE MOORE 'flVIoo Moo" . . . a piano virtuoso . . . pretty . . . hockey honor team . . . active in girls' sports . . . well liked . . , pleasant . . . will make an attractive nurse . . . WALTER MOUNT "Moose" . . . husky, rugged base- ball player . . . spends any spare time fishing . . . model railroad and record collection enthusiast . . . wants to attend Iowa State and become a farmer . MARILYN MULLER "l'ootsie',' . . . cute and lively . . . member of Masque and Wig Club, tennis, and Library Club . . . interested in dramatics . . . her ambition-twelve kids '. . . Page thirty RICHARD MORAN "DaHy,' . . . avid Dodger fan . . . quiet, friendly manner . . . varsity baseball player . . . Navy football team and N. Y. Knickerbockers . . . hopes to become a successful reporter on a N. Y. paper . . . A RTHUR MULLER 'fArt,' . . . restrained but alert . . . always has a cheerful "Hello', . . . enjoys designing and building boats, water polo, and riding . . . interested in the Navy and rac- ing. . . a future civil engineer... HENRY NATTERER "Hanky . . . rugged, good look- ing . . . a terrific dresser . . . helped hold the football and la- crosse squads together . . . Co- Captain of football team . . . likes to fish and to swim . . . ambition, to attend college . . . JUDITH NAUHEIM "Judy" . . . small, dark, and at- tractive . . . finds enjoyment in collecting souvenirs . . . active in Senior Band and girls' sports. . . appreciates music and dancing . . . aspires to be an elementary school teacher . . . EVELYN NooN "Evie" . . . wild about good mu- sic, enjoys movies, and collects records . . . wants to be a speedy typist or singer fjust dreamingl . . . ambition-to meet a witty young man six feet tall . . . MIRIAM OIDONNELL Quiet, unobtrusive . . . enjoys music and sewing . . . spends spare time swimming and roller- skating . . . is headed for a sec- retarial career . . . bound to make good . . . RUTH NOLL Tall, easy on the eyes . . . canasta fanatic, ice-skating, and roller- skating enthusiast . . . helped the band along for four years . . . typist on News Service and FlasHingS . . . a future secre- tary . . . GRACE ANITA NOON Shy . . . reserved... busy. . .a dabbler in painting . . . enjoys painting portraits . . . a Freeport bank employee . . . her ready smile will bring her success . . . careergsecretarial Work . . . JOHN OILEARY 'fJack" . . . quiet but not un- noticeable . . . likes cars, swim- ming, and boating . . . can be found in Ruby Laneis after school . . . eventually wants to be a de- tective . . . JOHN POLLEY "Polley" . . . reserved but ex- tremely pleasant . . . likes sail- boat racing and painting . . . prefers basketball to other sports . . . ambition-a gentleman of leisure, to travel around the world . . . DAVID PORTER "Dave" . . . good company . . . perpetually busy . . . made good in everything . . . President of class four years . . . President of Band Council, Editor of Voy- ageur, Vice-President of Honor Society . . . hopes to climb Mt. Everest some day . . . ALLIE MARIE POWER Prefers being called 'gMarie". . . likes whipping up concoctions in the kitchen . . . fond of knitting and sewing . . . wants to live in the country some day . . . RAYMOND OLSON i'Ray,' . . . unobtrusive, agreeable . . . pleasant company . . . reads racing magazines . . . enthralled with swimming, fishing, racing . . . undecided as to profession- a commercial fisherman or Nas- sau cop . . . LAWRENCE PEREZ "Larry" . . . Treasurer of Senior Class . . . star baseball catcher . . . likes to tinker with his car in off hours . . . interested in sports . . . a friendly fellow . . . ALBERT PITT 4'Big Al" . . . one of Seaford's bright lights . . . main interest lies in sports and cars . . . active in the Senior Band for three years, track, and football . . . his cracks help keep classes lively and often awaken you . . . NORMAN POPIEL S'Norm" . . . lively and active . . . only desire is to shoot an 86 on the Black Course at Bethpage . . . interested in photography, cars, and fishing . . . mainstay in the Senior Band for four years . . . NORMAN POSNER "Norm', . . . always ready to lend a helping hand . . . avid club worker . . . likes to bowl and take short spins in his uncle's boat . . . hopes to make architecture his profession . . . CLARA POWERS "Mickie" . . . small and quiet . . . spends spare time sewing and making clothes . . . enjoys roller- skating . . . her ultimate desire in life is to visit charming Ha- waii . . . ALAN PAUL Studious, intelligent . . . enjoys dramatics, golf, bowling, and fish- ing . . . if you don't know an answer, ask Al . . . hopes to be an R. P. I. graduate . . . don't underestimate him . . M. TERESA PITITTO "Terry" . . . enthusiastic . . Junior and Senior Honor Socie- ties . . . Social Secretary of Sen- ior Class . . . active in sports . . . talented Art' Editor of Voyageur . . . adores her green Ford . . . wants to become an art teach- CT... PATRICIA JAYNE PLUNKETT "Patti" . . . cute . . . neat dresser . . . loves to talk . . . Dodgers and Gil Hodges are her number 1 interests . . . G. O. Dance Com- mittee . . . Business Publications Staff . . . her pleasing personal- ity will make her a fine airline hostess . . . Page thirty-one MARY ANN REILLY Likes to put on jeans and go fishing . . . valuable member of the Business Staff for Voyageur . . . when she has the time, Mary likes to roller-skate or go swim- ming . . . ambition, a good sec- retary . . . ' WAYNE CHASE REMSEN Quiet but always there . . . is a real Long Islander, likes fishing and boating . . . will give fu- ture architects plenty of competi- tion . . . BARBARA RILEY "Bob" , . . is often found roller- skating or peacefully knitting . . . will make an excellent secretary . . . ambition is to figure out the complex process of knitting ar- gyles and then make a pair . . . Page thirty-two MARILYN PRIEST Likes to be called "Queenie', or "Lyn" . . . can often be seen roller-skating or swimming . . . likes to knit . . . Girls' Chorus and Mixed Chorus . . . ambitions are many - beautician, airline hostess, and marriage . . . LOWELI, RAYNOR Wants to spend his life practicing to be a millionaire . . . main in- terests are girls and Brooklyn Dodgers . . . valuable member of F. H. S. band . . . likes to listen to good music . . . plays baseball and tennis . . . ROSEMARY REDFIELD l'Skeets" . . . small, blonde, petite . . . one of the Courtesy Com- mittee's assets . . . spends leisure hours horseback riding or roller- skating . . . likes to dance . . . intends to be a good bookkeeper and then get married . . . LOIS REITMAN A dark-haired girl who has a radiant personality . . . has the ability to cheer up anyone . . . fond of sports . . . BusinessVStafI for Voyageur and FlasHingS . . . her gift of gab will aid her in becoming a lawyer . . . RENATE RIEMER Tall, attractive, well groomed . . . girls, sports . . . put F. H. S. in the news while a member of the News Service . . . student leader . . . accomplished pianist . . . intends to become a nurse . . . PHILLIP ROBERTS 'fFlip', . . . varsity basketball star . . . noted for his crew cut . . . flashing personality . . . Sec- retary of his Sophomore Class . . . enjoys swimming and fishing . . . a rich engineer to be . . . RICHARD RABE "Mich" . . . 21 radiant smile jwhich he doesn't keep hidden... Honor Society . . . enjoys model building, electronics, and putter- ing with cars . . . enthusiastic participant in outdoor sports . . . an electrical engineer of the fn- ture . . . RICHARD RAYNOR l'Dick,' . . . likes to watch boat and stock car races . . . puts some Aof his knowledge to use while tinkering with his own car . . . bowling . . . hasn't decided on a profession but wants to go to college . . . TOM REED "Lefty'i . . . played baseball and football . . . active in radio pro- duction and dramatics class . . . modern housing design captured his interest . . . he wants to make it his profession . . . MARION ROCKWELL 6'Rock" . . . one of the "Gene's" goers . . . added attraction to the cheerleaders . . . likes to listen to music, learn dances . . . will make a capable physical ed. teacher . . . hopes to swim the English Channel some day . . . GORDON SAMMIS 'iGord" . . . a boy who can al- ways solve physics problems . . . is a ham radio man . . . fond of sailing and hunting . . . captains F. H. S. Rifle Squad, Science Club . . . active in the Civil Air Patrol . . . a naval architect of tomorrow . . . ARTHUR SAMUELS "Artie" . . . ready wit for all occasions . . . bowling, baseball . . . relaxes while playing the trumpet . . . follows the Dodger scoreboards with avid fascination . . . plans to go to Duke U. and study medicine . . . CLAUDETTE RUGGIERO "Claudia" . . . one of F. H. S.'s shortest but most enthusiastic stu- dents . . . F. H. A. and Girls' Chorus . . . a versatile pianist . . . wants to set styles for the women of tomorrow, fashion de- signer . . . ROGER SAMMIS Lent his dramatic genius to Masque and Wig . . . can relate fascinating stories of his season with summer stock . . . an ex- cellent artist . . . hopes to con- tinue dramatics and become a stage designer . . . PETER SANDERS "Pete" . . . uses his artistic abil- ity when painting or cartooning . . . cross country and track . . . writes sports articles for FlasH- ings . . . wants to attend college and become a bacteriologist . . . CWENDOLYN P. SAYLOR "Gweenie" . . . takes part in girls' sports . . . Assembly Com- mittee . . . through her enthusi- asm she has become President of Junior Elks . . . hobbies, reading, dancing, skating . . . hopes to become a registered nurse . . . VLASTA SCHRETZMAYER "Val" . . . amiable, winning smile . . . hunt and pecked for FlasH- ingS . . . added her voice to Girls' Chorus . . . active in News Service Staff . . . headed for the business field . . . FRANCES SCHUSTER "Fran" . . . pleasant and friendly . . . Varsity Shop is her second home . . . interests lie in culinary department . . . F. H. A. member . . . active in chorus . . . future is undecided now . . RHODA SCHRAM Came to F. H. S. in junior year . . . pretty and quiet . . . likes to sew . . . active as a model . . . wants to attend Barbizon School for Modeling to continue her ca- reer . . . DONALD SCHULTZ "Don" . . . one of our school wits . . . full of fun , . . livens all his classes . . . soccer . . . enjoys Hshing . . . wants to at- tend Farmingdale Agricultural School . . . is headed down south to raise cattle . . . 1 MARTIN SCHWARTZ i'lVfartyi' . . . likes to tinker with cars . . . participated in school plays . . . President of Masque and Wig . . . manager for pig- skin team . . . future lies as an architect . . . Page thirty-three ALFRED SCOPINICH "Scop" . . . Oh, that grin! . . . tall . . . quickens many feminine heartbeats . . . seen in his super motorboat . . . vigorous basket- ball player . . . always has time for boat racing and car tinkering . . . intends to take after Dad . . . SHEILA SHEAN Sparkling smile, live-wire person- ality . . . Social Secretary of C. O. and Secretary of Honor Society . . . Assistant Editor of Voyageur . . . likes to talk . . . busy bee . . . wants to live in Paris . . . ALICE SMITH "Smitty" . . . quiet, unassuming, pleasant . . . coin and stamp col- lector . . . likes to go to the movies . . . participates in vol- leyball and table tennis . . . Page thirty-four ANNETTE SEAL "Annie" . . . vivacious and ener- getic . . . good sense of humor . . . talented artistically . . . loves music and swimming . . . sings in Girls' and Mixed Choruses . . . badminton and baseball, her fa- vorite sports . . . ambition lies as a seamstress . . . BA RT SHEARD Quick witted . . . candid . . . right saying at right time . . . active in basketball . . . likes photography . . . snazzy dresser . . . never hands in typing papers . . . ambition is to graduate from college . . . JOAN R. SMITH "loanie" . . . full of bounce . . . energetic . . . sparkles in girls' sports . . . Treasurer of G. A. A. . . . girls' honor teams . . . loves music and sports . . headed for college , . , or ace pilot . ciety member ROBERT F. SMITH "Smitty" . . . dreamboat . . . happy-go-lucky . . . fun loving . . . auto racing fiend . . . base- ball . . . Vice-President of Senior Class . . . Treasurer of G. O. . . . one of our future architects ARTHUR SPRAGUE Quiet but sociable . . . good sense of humor . . . swell sport . . . collects match covers . . . speedy member of track and cross country teams . . . will make a good architect . . . MARGUERITE STEFFGEN "Margie" . . . cute as a button . . . soft spoken . . . amusing . . . "Let's have some roars" . . . loves horse uliouncew riding . . . skating . . . marked to be an ellicient secretary . . . Honor So- MARCIA SPARINO Busy live wire . . . "Miss Arnold Constable" . . . loves horseback riding . . . active in badminton and volleyball . . . a future col- lege student . . . LUCILLE STEARNS 'gLu" . . . reserved, cute . . . al- ways found in art room . . . exercises her vocal cords in chorus . . . sews beautifully . . . loves to skate . . . wants to be a commercial artist . . . NANCY STINE "Nance" . . . cute . . . fascinating voice . . . Frankie Laine fan . . . seen going to Gene's . . . member of Dance Committee . . . valuable asset of Business Publications Staff . . . ambition-to go to col- lege and then to travel to Eu- rope . . . WARREN TEASDALE "Whippet" . . . shy, reserved . . . likeable . . . member of Dancing Club . . . Civil Air Patrol . . . can be seen riding around town in his 1929 Whippet fthat's a car?J . . . interested in hunting . . . future chemical engineer.. . LESLIE THOMAS g'Lesl' . . . pleasant, lots of fun . . . always has the right remark at the right time . . . loves to fish, sail . . . track and cross country teams .... l unior Honor Society . . . an architect to be . . . ANNETTE TROIANO g'Toni" . . . glamorous import from Connecticut . . . dresses in the height of fashion . . . likes swimming and knitting . . . ama- teur interior decorator . . . wants to be a private secretary, travel to Paris . . . FRANCES STRECKER AtFranny" . . . sweet and liked by everyone . . . enjoys ice-skat- ing . . , Masque and Wig mem- ber . . . lively . . . ambition, to be an ellicient secretary and to get married . . . NANCY SUTERMEISTER "Sutie" . . . vivacious . . . ener- getic athlete . . . always found playing some sport . . . likes music . . . plays the violin . . . E. B. P .... aims to be a re- search technician or live on a farm in Vermont . . . JANE SWEET Cute, talented miss . . . loves sports, tap and toe dancing, arts and crafts . . . hobbies, knitting and sewing . . . ambition is to get married . . . PATRICIA STRONG "Pat" . . . cute, friendly, sociable . . . hot rod driver . . . President of Library Club . . . Courtesy Committee . . . softball . . . used vocal cords in Girls' and Mixed Choruses . . . aims for a career as a nurse . . . FRANK SWANSON Quiet, bright, sociable . . . me- chanically inclined . . . loves to read . . . tinkers with cars . . . speedboat racing in Freeport Bay at twilight . . . wants to be a mining engineer and to travel... MARIE TANCREDI Sweet and friendly . . . loyal Dodger fan . . . "Wait 'til next year" . . . football follower . . . loves to sew . . . member of Science Club and Library Club . . . would like to be a college professor . . . DONALD THOMAS "Spike" . . . soft spoken . . . infectious sense of humor . likes to tinker with gas engm-CS . . . also enjoys hunting, repair- ing T. V. sets . . . wants to be a cabinet maker or a television re- pair man . . . FRANCES TROGE 'Trani' . . . quiet . . . fun to be with . . . loves roller-skating, horseback riding . . . ambitions are threefold . . . teach grammar school, be a champion roller- skater, get married and have three children . . . MADELINE TUNSTALL "lVlad,, . . . fun loving, coopera- tive . . . likes to cook, sew . . . Girls' Chorus . . . ollicer of the F. H. A .... elhcient Assistant Manager of Varsity Shop . . . homeroom manager . . . would like to take a "slow boat to China" . . . Page thirty-five MONA TURNER Witty, cherful . . . loads of fun . . . talented actress . . . likes to read, dance . . . Masque and Wig . . . Voyageur's busy Literary Editor . . . energetic . . . ambi- tion, to be an ingenue instead of playing a maiden aunt . . . GEORGE NEWTON VOLLET 4'Newt,, . . . good looking, con- genial . . . quietly humorous . . . enjoys sailboat racing . . . swim- ming and horseback riding . . . hopes to sail around the world someday . . . refreshing . . . an- other millionaire to be . . . JOHN WALSH "Jack" . . . terrific sence of humor . . . tinkers with cars . . . sailing . . . Chairman of .lunior- Senior Red Cross Council . . . Courtesy Committee . . . Dance Committee . . . Golf Club . . . DOROTHY WEEKES 'iSandy" . . . quiet, unobtrusive . . . helpful . . . collects stuffed animals . . . loves to paint, any- thing from fences to portraits . . . hopes to attend college and lie- come a good occupational therap- lst... EDWARD WIIITTAKER "Eddie" . . . sociable . . . fun loving . . . good sport . . . likes woodwork . . . plays basketball . . . a party-goer . . . happy-go- lucky . . . dead ringer for Mar- shall Thompson . . . ambition is to be a criminal lawyer . . . dentist . . . INGRID WENG "Billie" . . . reticent . . . quietly humorous , . . an accomplished ice-skater . . . loves boating . . . fun loving . . . amiable . . . sweet and soft spoken . . . her only ambition is to be Mrs. .l. Muller come .lune . . . DIANE WILLIG Lovely tresses . . . quiet, unas- suming personality . . . lent her voice to Mixed and Girls' Choruses for four years . . . member of Red Cross . . . anything musical interests her . . . aspires to he in accountant after graduation . . . Honor Society . . . hopes to be a JANE YARROW 'i.layne" . . . high stepping Drum Majorette . . . fun loving . . . engaging personality . . . unas- suming . . . C. O Representative of Senior Class . . . Honor Society . . . Vice-President it Masque and Wig . . . likes knit- ting and Bill . . . future teacher ROBERT VERBEECK A'The Verbl, . . . loads of fun, good natured . . . all sports in- terest him . . . basketball en- thusiast . . . smooth dresser . . . amusing . . . Tennis Club . . . tall and terrific . . . has the modest ambition of becoming a millionaire . . . CEOFFREY WALKER 'fleffv . . . friendly, fun loving . . . camera enthusiast . . . loves hot rods . . . owns one . . soft spoken, candid . . . hails from the Hwicle open spaces" . . . future photographer . . . would like to be on the staff of Life Maga- zine . . . KATHERINE WEBER l'Honey" . . . beautiful blonde hair . . . amiable . . . pleasant, reserved . . . likes ice-skating, boxer dogs, and taking long walks . . . good company . . . plays table tennis . . . a secretarial career beckons . . . I I, + 161 Afgs- L - T w flgfl.-fi. " I --3--wa-A WNW' W Qi' CAMERA SHY +R M JAMES AISRAMS MICHAEL BORSUK I HARRIET ERRETS I n-if fir If--' I :Ziff , 4,-S-"' 1 . ,-r, ,fe .S 'C S1 ..,..-'-,., I Y- ll ? f, I. ff ' .-477- ii 4,1 if I 'zr - -f--,::'.... ,,,..l- ,,.,- I if ' 2 DONALD FROST I gif 'f MATTHEW COXNOUD I ,Z PETER HELLER I iq J RETTY RARRAS Ei FII, I NX PATRICIA KERX ff- - - I TEE- if , 'III 'E' I I CHARLES IQOENIQE I ' - 'MI I U I I I EIIIL LAUCK II if 3 I A. WALTER MUHLBAUI-lli ,I I , LII 'I XA QXX .' .QS Y 4 , 5 JOSEPH MURO 'j 4 . 'I GLORIA PAPAEKOXOMO I ,5 I I I S. - I :A je- ff' f"' I I DORIS SCHINDLER H Q gr -gg 'ff 7 Y 'R -f :F ,,-:fig tsx SUSAN SPUND L i R LADISLAS STRAIQA 5 :rg I , : I l:"feEI':fI I B I HARRX TUTHILL I . 2535: M K ' FAYE WILLIAIVIS ,jim I If QI II A I BARBARA WILTSE iigif' 'IQ A I 1 A I' I 7 I I I I - A E I If Z' I I I III C W,,I I W I HWHIR' RIIURIUI I IR WK NI XIII , 1, , ? 1 14' L ' '. V fy lf, f, ,Xxx X 'gn 11 Y: ix In I ,WH XX Iss Il X IH! I If f I I Q2 I r I' if ll? SI ' X X ., f' ?W - ii: I . I si-'S 'ti-4441" I W fm. ,EI ,if-'44 I ' A 'ff ,623 ic. 5 :ZLL dm I II iii! ff? E TEQ L V? Q M - li' arf- gr ..,, '- .Aff B-4 4, A RL +77 IIQIAWMIII 1 -S , 7:4 9 clk :ig A mQ.fQffQ f"'f f MMIX ff A. Most Popular Rose Ann and Hank Witlfiest Nancy and Phil Best Dressed Nance and George Dzd Most for F. H. S Ruth and Dave Most Athletic Eg A Most Attractive Betty and Hank 'L' Natalie and Hank Page thirty-eight , , . :ll iii M. 'Ol In su, 'll na 3 xt ua ru 16 in has M ill lil A X ,KiS.-:vu W Qi LU. "W" .t"e. ' X Q 'Y 'wha ww-iw if :mg E E A, A 1 , 3 f 4 -I '-WS-Ef'E'2 E, -LSI 'B .Q 3 N X xmas 'Q I 9 30 - if atioool Senior Honor Society HARACTER, Leadership. Scholarship, and Service-these are the four cardinal principles of the National Honor Society and the basis on which its members are chosen. The Freeport Chapter was founded by our retired principal. Mr. Martin M. lllansperger, and has remained as one of the many tokens of his accomplishments in Freeport High School. Each year there are two induction ceremonies at which time the most deserving students of the senior class are selected for membership in the society. Any senior so honored is entitled to near the emblem of the organization, a keystone bearing a flaming torch. X tl I Qt 1, ,LK df!-1 -ta. Pugc forty Vtiyaqeur Editorial Stall OMIXU home from footlmall practice. hand, cheerleading or any other activity in the school. many ol' you have passed room ll9 and have seen the lights hlazing. You prohahly won- dered what was going on in there with all the racket and fuss. Yot many guessed that it was the Voyageur staff diligently at work for you. ln one section of the room Terry Pititto and Hay Clements could he found working on the art and lay-out of the hook. If you took a trip to the typing room you would hnd lladelyn Deflaetano busy at the old kcyhoard. Stop in at the Photo-Mart and you would hnd Ted Fishkind. our photography editor. husily setting up schedules for senior and cluh pictures. All of our raw' copy was turned over to Mona Turner who polished it up and put it into shape for us. Wwe can not leave out the contrihulions made lmy Ruth lfennemai girls' sports editor: Sheila Shean. assistant editor-in-chief: and Harry Co- hurn. our format editor. Each one helped to keep the yearhook sparkling and our spirits high. Une of the staff inevitahly ran out to get french fries or ice cream for the rest ol' us. Our hook could not have heen completed without the assistance of one who guided us in our hrainstorms and tedious work. Mrs. Alhert. She has given a tremendous amount of time and energy to the puhlication and mitch of the credit helongs to her. And so we. the Voyageur Staff. would like to present you with our first-horn, the 1952 Voya- geur. We hope you'll accept it with open hearts. DAVIS PORTER Page forty-one SE IUII API Act I INTRODUCTION .... Eyelyn Boyle, Joan Hesslcr, Denlsc Kappaut MASTERS OF CEREMONIES , . . . Philip icing, Doon Mornn, John Merrill HORNPIPE ..., Dick Meekms, Larry Perez, Rlchord Rube, Bob Smith, Bob Verbeeck THERE IS NOTHING LIKE A DAME , . . . Terry Pnmo, Margaret Steffgen, Jean Lyneh, ylesro sehremnoyer, Marlanne Llfnol., lone Sweet, Margaret Rlley, Barbara coreny, Audrey neloso, Modellne Tunstall HULA .... Bert osrnplsell, Gary Boyle, Duck Doumeng, Elliot Freileid, Phil Roberts, George Drogonelh, Bob Lcnkcnau, Tony Lopresh, John Mock, Alfred soopnnoh, son Sheurd, Dler Meelans I LIKE GIRLS ..,. Mory Loo Mlllof, Gert an-lneles, Borboro Chambers, Jessie de Rolo, Marion Roeryllle, Rose Ann cleory, Joy Ebbert, Harriett Ehberls, Mary Lou Moore, Denise Koooour, eyolyn Boyle, Betty Howe PANTOMIME .... Phllip Klng, John Merrill KEFAUVER COMMITTEE ..,. Phlllp King, John Merrill, George Kandllcros, John Hesslor, Ed Couluris, Richard Muibcucr, Jlm Mitthcuer, Frank Domarllco, Alice Kennedy HILLBILLIES , . . , "Cigarettes, Whiskey and Wild, Wald Women"-Mary Lou Mlller, Duck Mceklns, George Dragonem "Yau Can't Got a Man With a Gun"7Judy Nauheim, Cecile Flaster, Barbara Lustlg, Lerlcre Kulick, Lars Reitman, Terry Pititto, Joan Smith, Margaret Steffgen, Paul Alpert "Doing What comes Naturally"-fRay Clements, Leslie Thomas, 'rhofnos Cakouros, Emll Bretzger, John Hesse, Peter Sanders, Arthur Muller ROVING REPORTER .... Ted Fishkrnd, James Edgette, David Lone MARTIN AND HIS MAGIC . . . , Dean Martin FIRST ACT FINALE-PARIS .... "Apache Blues"-Barbara Kell, Barbara Breen, Dat Kordes, Bob LeDrew, sob yerbeeek, Larry Perez "Slaughter on Tenth Ayenl.e"iJuely Mlllcr, George Kondiloros "Conn Help Loyang Thar Mon"-Denlse Kappauf "Noyeley"-Ceelle Flastcr, Martin sehweru "French Can-Can"-Jaan Larsen, Evelyn cordanole, Nancy Stine, Joon Mohlsleell, Horner Ebberts, Rose Ann Cleary, Elsie Eggers, Por Strong, Barbara laroelonoyor, Annene Troiana Directed by Roger Sammis Executive Committee Rose Ann Cleary Judy Miller Joan Larsen Terry Pititto Supervisory Director Mr. Henry Burnett Choreo raphy Judy RlIiIIer We wish to thank Mrs. Charles Hugelmeyer, Miss Ethel Boardman, and Mr, Larry Perez for their assistance on this production. 4m IETY SHU Act I I SPECIALTY .... Bob Leorew one oreheelro voeel-George Konolloroe Rhumba-Edward Couluris, Joan Hesslerl AUNT PENELOPE .... leon Monleredr, George Dragonetti, Elsie Eggers, Pct Strong Evelyn coroanele, Gloria Poppoe, Joon Loreen, Mary Lou Maller, ser: Campbell arose Hoplorn, Morero Sparino, Jene vorroyr, Ruth Fennemu Beverly Bates, Annerre Trolono, Nancy Stine MONOLOGUE .... Mona Turner CINDERELLA .... snerlo sheen, Hugh Erwin, Harry Coburn, Evelyn Cronk, Jeanne adwords, Neney sererrneaerer, Nancy Dumper, Lowell Rayner, Sally Heneen Mar Ier-le Allyn LULLABY OF BROADWAY .... Judy Muller PANTOMIME .... Dove Porter, Bill Englcman TWIRLING .... Jane Yarrow FINALE .,,.. The lconnrlool lcolrewellr-Morgre Judge, Carla Doane, Corol Armstrong Kathryn Meyer, Alree Kennedy, Evelyn Gregor Afneon wedorng-Boo verloeeek, Claudette lzuggrero, Boo LeDrew Menon rzoelryrell, Betty Howe, Harriet eooerrs, Joy Ebbert Mary Lou Miller, Mary Lou Moore, Jeeere deRo1o, eerooro Chambers Rose Ann cleery, Geri eronoee, Denree Koooouf, Evelyn Boyle eerbero sroelrrneyer, Judy Mrller, Barbara Kell, Cary Boyle George orogonelrr, Bert Campbell, Bob Lankenau, Tony Lovreelr Dreu Doerneng, ellror Frerfelo, Pnrl lzooerre, Al seoprnren Bore Sheord, Dick Meekirls, John Mack, Rolf Loreen, Bill Heelrrnen Hank Borldhold Class Song-written by Bob Verbeeck Alma Mater Scenery and Lrgnnng Roger Somrnis Arthur Sprague Frank Dellipaoli Arthur Armbruster Stage Moneger Joan La rsen Publicity Terry Pititto, Chairman Claire Canapary Joan Larsen Pat Plunkett Drusa Hopkins Annette Seal Marcia Sparino Lucille Stearns Margaret Steffgen Aceornponlsls Mrs. Albert E. 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Srfvrvlrzry .. ,,,,. Trrfusurer . ,..,., , Social Secretary .A.......,, , C. 0. Rl'1Jl'f'Sf'IIfIlffl'l' . l"uc'u1ly .4d1'1's0r ....A., C3 ff A 1 ,W W- J 1 H: w fy 2-LS, ww- ,f 2 0171953 ..........Thomas Forbes ,,,.r..,....Jack Haynor ......,,,.,,Sally Parker ., ...... Anne Yarrow .,,,,,,,,,Edward Everett ,..,,.,......,,....Mary Dodd Eric Smithner XX T ,S Home Room 216 Miss Mabel Vivhile Home 1100111219 Miss Jean Sr-hall Home Room 220 Mrs. Edith W'oodcor'k Home Room 222 Miss Gladys MacArthur Home Room 103 Home Room 107 Mrs. Charlotte Tessier Miss Leva Robbins EL 5501719511 IIl'I'Sl.df?IlK ...,,,........,... ViCl?-l'ff'Sl.df?lLf ,.,,,,.... Secretary ......,..... Treasurer .....,.,,,, ,......,,,, Social Szwrvtury .A,,,,,, C. U. Rf?1JfFSl?ILlUfl.l'f' Furfzllly Advisor .,,. Home Room 115 Mr. Donald Costlo ............Va1erie Edwards ............Kem1eth Vought .Jacqueline Barnett ...........Char1es Link ..............JOHIl Kiernan ...John Papavosma ...Miss Mabel Wvhile Home Room 117 W Miss Velnette Sickels Page forty-eight Home Room 109 Mrs. Gertrude Glaccum Home Room 119 Mrs. Fredericka Albert ,rfffgm . e -5 11355 ff" lv., N KX :lf Home Room 121 Home Room 111 Miss Esther Brown Home Room 224 Mrs. Charlotte Carmen MY- UIHFICS Hllbbafd Page forty-nine Home Room 100-Boys--eMiss Ella Davies Home Room 100- --Cirlsfllfliss Jane Crodeu Home Room 104eMrs. Margaret Beck EL SS 0171955 Prwsiderzl .,,,, ...,, ...,, ,,,,,,,,, A A Ceorge Ringer I!iCl'-ljI'l'Sl'dl'Ilf ........,.. ,,.,,,A,, ,Gail Remsen Secretary .... ...,..... A A AA Hpauline West Treasurer .,,...,,, ,, .,....,.. AAAAAAAAAAJhan H0 Social Secretary .,.... .. AA .Charles Vogt C. O. Representative . ' ,wliolaerl Cerko Favllfly 14d'viS0r ., .Miss Ella Davies Home Room 108-Mr. Paul Logan Pflge fifty Home Hoom IOIAML Samuel Wikarlder Home Room 1l04Mi m .ma Q., 3 Home Room 112-Miss Elizabeth Clow ss H uth More 1 1 W ml mg' .fi f 4 I , Home Room 102-Mr. Robert Miller es Home Room 122fMr. Vincent Zuaro Page fifty-on L. IHC Home Room l4flVlr. Russell Terry Room Cafeleriaf 'Mrs Thelma Hesse ome Room l20f- flVliss lCmelyn Lovelass ome Room 1244-W Mr. Clarence Hoener . . .nh LQ... .. l5? 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N- it X I X jaw W , , Z K' f X' I 'I ' L 1 KZ Z H3 . f Q' X I. 1 I . Q ,X W f f Q fr V C,.,... X ff- ,B N C' , W- .... X can 2- A J J X Q7--'Y U. U. Executive Euuuiiittee HIS committee, composed of the student oflicers of the Cen- eral Organization and several faculty members. has the responsibility of apportioning all G. O. funds. It also helps in the directing of school activities and sports. Founded fifteen years ago to help ease the work of the rapidly growing C. 0. Council, the committee has since taken over many of the council's duties. At the monthly meetings, presided over by our principal. matters concerning the budget of the General Organization are thrashed out and C. 0. policies are determined by the com- mittee. B. U. Cuuueil NDER the direction of Mr. Henry Chemnitz. the C. 0. Council. composed of representatives from each C. U. ac- tivity, has had a busy year. The council played host last De- cember to the newly formed Nassau League of Student Councils for a very enlightening discussion of school problems. The C. 0. also sponsored two of the most successful dances of recent years, one in November and one in February. , if .c - New -.- V- ,. . 4 ie' M . ny tt I4 SN S 1 x ,fm 5 ' '1E?E.Zm1--u 1: sszseszsfesess '- 1 ii'rgssiiiiislsszszgsztzsez A 1 "E:gg,2, . strzfgfgz-5:.'g::qg:xg::sziz,Q A ff .L I ..,,.n:,g,.'5.'15',:zg1g,j:k.35, ,,,, . 5 fsfsggifsstzsif- -lieth ' . fEE'm .::.z' 1' 24.21.5533 Page fifty-six Business Publications Staff H UESDAY the ads must be in!" These were the familiar words heard echoing through G-14 as the deadline drew nearer. ln all kinds of weather our industrious staff was out soliciting ads. Our job was getting the money to finance FlasHingS and the Voyageur, which was done wholeheartedly. Fnder the capable guidance of Mr. Smith, we feel we have done our best. My willing and able assistant, Beverly Bates, als there anything l can do," our staff bookkeeper, Arlene Fischer, 'The boss wasn't in when l was there," our able typist, Mary Ann Reilly. MI just can't type another letter." and the rest of the gang helped to make this a successful year. A tremendous vote of thanks is to go to our top solicitors: Arthur Badin, Marilyn Marino, Judy Mecking. Pat Sullivan. Nancy Stine, and Barbara Fischer. Without them, we would not have been able to make our 1952 campaign as prosperous as it was. The staff wishes to thank Mr. Smith, our in- comparable faculty advisor, and l. myself, would like to thank the staff for their support. P. A. BUSINESS PUBLILIATIONS STAFF General Business Manager ...., ...... ., ....., ...Paul Alpert Assistant General Business Manager ,. ...,...Beverly Bates Copy Editor .,.,... ...,. . .. ..., ., ,.,, ., ,... . . Patti Plunkett Assistant Copy Editor ........ . .... -'trthur Radin Staff Booklfeepcr ,.,.. ,.... -X rlene Fischer Staff Typist ...,..... . Natalie Diamond Barbara Fischer Mary Freeman ,loe Friedman Drusa Hopkins Diane Intriligator Herbert .lurist Barbara Keil Lenore Kulick S0l,lCIl'l'0RS .Mary Ann Reilly Barbara Lustig Marilyn Marino .lufly Mecking Beatrice Osthues Margaret Reilly l.ois Reitman Nancy Stine Pat Sullivan Dolores W'urtzel Page fifty-seven PlasHi1iq5 Informative. news con- seious. hustling . . . under the supervision ol Mrs. lila- nore Hugelmeyer . . . do their hest to gather stories, news. and gossip for seven terrific' issues . . . husily peek into every nook and vranny for a SCOOP . . . mt X ::s""f'mlffffw"""1ff-1 5,5221 . Page fifty-eight News Servlet: Staff Creative . . . tireless group ol up and c-oming journalists . . . supply Nassau papers with l". H. news . . .these puhlif-ity agents for our sr-hool are under the super- vision of Miss Mary liar- lon . . . Library Eluli Supervised hy Miss Olive Swan . . . they are courteous, helpful, and dependable as- sistants . . . efheient and sys- tematir- . . . help to both stu- dents and teachers . . . Jr. Assembly Euniniitteia lfager. emvivnt. kr-en . . . helped along Ivy Nlrs. liosa- mond Javorskyis guiding hand . . . always searching lor the lie-st in entertainment . . . vontinually presenting the finest assemblies . . . Sr. Asseinlily llniiiinittizu Capable. ingenious. indus- trious . . . group of liard- working kids under the su- pervision ol' Nlrs. ilharlottv Tessier . . . micleavoi' to sup- ply the lie-st assenilvly pro- grams possilmlv . . . Masque and Wig Amateur Tliespian undu the guidanve of lVlr Henri Burnett . . . press-nts senior play Pavli year . . alxxaxs strivin g lor SIlf'1'lilIlll1l It stills . . . Page fiflj'-111,110 5ClEIlEH Club t'Test tube breakers" . . . an inquisitive, demanding group of budding geniuses . . . study elements, com- pounds, mixtures, scientific movies, and experiments un- der lVlr. Paul JOI'dQ1IliS direv- lion . . . Page sixty Juuiui' lf ll. A. Cheery. diligent group of young girls who are gener- ally helpful around the com- munity . . .did odd jobs and were paid in r-anned goods whivh were dislriliuted to needy families . . . Seuiur lf H. A. Wlloward new horizonsw . . . serves al, faculty teas . . . plans dinners. provides sand- wiches for band trips . . . di- revted by Mrs. Alma Rowley . . . prepares girls lor their future as homemakers . . . Jr. High Hell Ernss Representatives in every homeroom . . . aid in helping worthwhile vauses . . . inaug- urated inter-sm-hool vounvil to coordinate activities of sepa- rate Chapters . . . fir. High Heil ljruss Hard workers . . . vharita- lile . . . giving lor the good ol others . . . this desvrilnes the spirited kids on the Sen- ior lied Lross l.o11nr'il . . . always working on some worthwhile projevl . . Publis Address Chili Starts the day off with Ll cheery "good morning" . . . reads the daily annonnve- ments . . . keeps students and teachers posted on happen- ings in lil. ll. S. . . . Page sixty-one Page sixty'-two Senior Humenmnl Managers G. 0. Ngo-gettersq de- scribes our Sr. homeroom managers . . . most popular when Flasllingg eomes out . . . will he remembered for a joh well done . . . Junior Humernum Maiiaqers Hustling, ellicient, deserv- ing of credit . . . under guid- ance of Mr. Henry Chemnitz . . . spark the sale of C. 0. tickets in Junior High . . . llunce Eulnmittera Alert . . . energetic . . . zealous . . . putting on our ever popular danres . . . rack- ing their hrains for new ideas and themes . . . always vom- ingr up with the hest . . . Tennis llluli lfxt-itecl. lllglll-jlllllltlllgf. and funsloving . . . learn the lun- damental steps of tennis . . . an eye open lor u future team . . . guided hy Nlr. llussell Terry . . . Gulf Cluli lleeeutly lormerl . . . prac- tieing at Wiillon llrook Coll flluh . . . attend exhibitions uncl golf elinies . . . hope I0 lrerome a team next year . . . nnfler the able supervision of Nlr. Stanley Vinvenl . . . Euurtesy llnrumittee Vrienclly. helpful. informa- tive . . . under Miss lVlaucl fi0llr4li1lll9.S guidance . . . give cliret-tions to visitors not la- miliar with l". H. S. halls . .. our welcome mat ,... Page s1',1'Iy't11ree Junior Bond Talented. industrious. and aspiring . . . these young music-ians under Dr. wvett- laufer's alrle direvtion are striving: toward rnemliership in the Senior Hand . . . Junior National Honor Society ln its twentieth year . . . one of the outstanding: organ- izations of the junior high . . . under supervision of Miss Alice Davis . . . mem- bership is one of the high- points in eighth or ninth graderls life . . . Page .sixty-four Junior Urcliestro Eager. diligent, and expect- ant . . . our future Senior Orvhestra is well on the road to realizing its goal . . . guided hy llr. Wettlauler . . . Senior Girls' Eliurus HIS industrious group. under the direction of Miss Miriam Roberts. performs at various occasions throughout the year. such as the Sunday Afternoon Concert. the Spring Concert. and June Commencement. lts impressive candlelight procession at Christmas will always be rememhered. The girls forget the hard work and the many hours of rehearsal as the hual performance reveals a polished and talented group. The chorus is accompanied lay lrene lfsser and Sheila Sheau. Mixed Chorus HIS group. too. deserves bouquets for its hard work and fine performances at the various concerts throughout the year. The blending of the voices and the perfect harmony of the hoys and girls always receives a most hearty applause from the audience. PHIIP .cfm lx'-fi SE TIU - , . . H l 'l of a senseless notlnng. a vonscious some- thing." One might imagine Umar Kahyarn was thinking of lfreeport Highis fine hand when he coined that phrase. After losing many seniors last year. the hand was not experted to pull through in the fine shape that it did. lt gaxe as good a perfornianve at all our foot- hall games as any hand we have had in ret-ent years. The hand appeared in the Yankee Stadium twiee. presenting the two hest perlormanves ever H BAD given hy a lfreeport Rand in one of the New York City Stadiums. Jane Yarrow, our drum majorette, must he complimented on leading this group through a most sut-eesslul season. The newly formed Band lfxer-utive Count-il is also to he 1-ongratulated for their work in their gigantit- task. However. all this would not have been possihle without Ur. Vivettlaufer who did the shouting and prodding necessary to whip a marching unit like ours into shape. And so we say hats off to Jane. the Band floum-il. and our own beloved "l'rol'." BAND ICXEIIUTIVIC COUNCIL Drum Mujnrelle .. ...,..... .,..........,... . . ....., ......,.,.,. . President ..,,.,....., .. Vi!'F-Pfl'SI.lil'llI ... Serretury .,.. .. ,.,.. . .. C. U. Rt'IlI't'S6'IIIlllIiI'l' S en in rs Stanley Davidson Norman Popiel llarry tfohurn Supl: om u rex Peter Nliglino Eleanor Dt-Nlm .. ., ..... .Jane Yarrow ,.,...,. David Porter Robert Raynor . .... Jessie de Roza ., Low ell Raynor funiors Edward Everett George Wettlauler Rosemary Joyre Rohert Marslantl Freshnzznz Richard Noll W', gk N Ns- w-..,,...,.-"' Cheerleaders NCE again our cheerleaders have led enthusiastic- lied Devil rooters in hearty cheering at both football and basketball games. liain or shine you can depend upon the girls' bright smiles and energetic Cheers to spur our teams on to greater athletir' glory. To them "V" not only stands for vim-tory. but also vim. vigor. and vital- ity. Co-Captains Joy Ebbert and Betty Howe have led this group of peppy, pretty girls. Gail Cleary Rose Ann Cleary Crave Dist-li Mary Dodd Valerie Edwards Ruth Fennema Flllflllll' Azlrisor Page sfxty-eigln ,loy Ellllert lffo-C Al . . fitlfa CHEERLEADERS Iapt.l Sally Hansen Betty Howe filo-ffapt.l .loan Kiernan Sally Parker Marion Roekwell Audrey Sammis Peggy Smith .. , .,....NIiss Carole Knapp GIRLS' ATHLETIII ASSOIIIATIUN President ..........,........ .... , .. Vice President .......Rose Ann Cleary ............Nance Diflesu Secretary .............. ..... .........,. l 0 an Smith Treasurer ,.,.. ........ ....,...,........... ..,..... . , . Nancy Dumper C. O. Represclzmlizrc ,....,,., Faculty Adrisor .. ...,.... ..... . . Girls, Athletic Association HE Girls' Athletic Association. which came into existenee in 1939. was organized as an association separate from the boys when the point system was adopted. The year is divided into four sports seasons. In the fall hockey and badminton are offered while early winter brings volleyball and table tennis. Basketball follows along with bowling. The latter is played only once a week but runs for a longer season than the regular twice-a-week Nancy Sutermeister Miss Dorothy Clark STUDENT I,l-IADIC RS Patricia Bliss .lean Ciarivino Rose Ann Cleary Joan Cossio Barbara Coretty Evelyn Cronk Mary Dodd Ruth Fennenia Geraldine Maher Renate Rl9lllt'V Cynthia Rigby Sheila Shean .loan Smith .lane Yarrow Faculty Adrixnr ,.,,.,... Miss Uorothy Clark sports. Spring finds the girls participating in softball and archery at Naynor Field. lnyaluable guidance in sports technique and sportsmanship is given by Miss Dorothy Clark and Miss Carole Knapp who make this program possible. Wie of '52 sincerely appreciate the G. A. A. and hope that its present success will continue in future years. Page sixty-nine Vnllrzyliall Hose' Ann illclary NZIINT' Diliesn .I oy lihhe-rt lfwlyn H3IlllI1f'l'l B1-tty Hom' .loan Larsen Nz rx. l1f'1'HlIllllK' Xluhvr Dorothy Svhiniclt l,in1ly Sc-nponivli ,Ioan Smith Nanny Suite-rin:-isle-r .lanv Su cw! 57,4 kd' JL Huslsetliall Nlarlene Allyn Rose Ann flleury Nladelyn DeGaetano Harriet Ellhets Betty Howe Leslie Knoll Pat Lusk Xlarjoricl Xl:-rrill Faith Nlinnvrly Alice Moran .loan Smith Nancy SlllE'IAII1i'l5Il'l' liwlyn lironk fil'2ll'Q' Disvh Nancy Dumpvr Alltil'f'y Fifllclsa lrnorv Kulick Uvralfline Maher Nliairjorie Merrill Hnnl-my Mary Lou Mnorv Dorothy Quivk Rosalind Sr-oponif-h Nam-y Sllterrnviste-r .lane Sweet Barbara Ve-rsfvll Virginia WllllldlIlS Pall Hutlvr How Ann Cleary Nlamlfhlyn DCCHPIHIIIW Betty Howe Carol Kort .loan Larsen Suftliall Pm Lusk Catherine Nlililllllily Mary June Metz Lindy Svoponivh .loan Smith Nancy Suternieiste-r .l zine' Six wt Badminton Marlene Allyn Betty Howe Rose Ann Cleary Joan Larsen Joan Smith Arnhery Barbara lforetty Betty Howe Virginia Furman Catherine Har-anley Marilyn Heller Gertrude Riman Frances Thomas 'lalile 'lennis BHllf'Dlll11Iif'I' .lufly Le-Yene Ann Ellgklllllilll Norma Ritter Sally Hansen .lane Yarrow fl -. NR e xx Howling Nainlie Diainnncl Carol Filkins Nancy Dumper Sally Hansen Rs-mite Riemer t 5 z ' g.. Q x N, VARSITY FUUTHALL T was a great team that played this season . . . not great for the numher of wins or losses. hut great for the manner in w hit-h they played . . . for this was no mediocre team. They will he long rememhered for their courage. their sense of fair play. their terrific "never say diem spirit . . . Co-Captained hy Hank Bandhold and Hank Natterer. and voached hy Mr. Ashley and Mr. Franklin. they wound up the season with three wins. one tie. and four losses. The team "rose to the heightsi' when it met and defeated the powerful Hempstead squad. Considered the underdog. our hoys smashed their way to a decisive victory over Hempstead. who suffered their first defeat of the season at our hands. We are proud to salute them . . . a truly "champion- ship team" . . . Page seventy-zwu 'ali Cf J!-XYVEE ANU FHESHMAN FUUTBALL OTHIXC but hard work, giving and taking. winning and losing . . . that's Jayvee football at Freeport High. But out of this Mbaptism of fire" come our great championship teams. This year's layvee team was coached by Mr. Wlinston Tutliill and Mr. lrving Franklin to whom much praise is due. Wlith a record of three wins. one tie, and four losses. we look forward with hope to the Coming year when our ,layveeis will prove themselves Hbig timef' T takes years to build a championship team . . . and it is in Fresh- man football where most of our vhampions gel their first start on the road to Varsity football. This year our Freshman squad. under the able guidance of Coaches Devlin and Hoener, Compiled a splen- did record of six wins and two losses. They romped through their competition in true championship style. A little more training . . . a little more hard work . . . and these boys will be in there winning new laurels for Freeport High. Congratulations on a great season! Page seventy-three lll'fl'il'UllT Hlllll basketball. uncler the voac-hing of Harrv lfreharl. has. over a period of years. protltlvefl eonsistentlv fine teams. This vear's team ranks among the top ol them. for their ext-ellent teamwork enabled them to plate set-oncl in the South VARSITY BASHETBAIJL Q Shore Athlvtit- League. Class TX. winning eight out of twelve games. Two outstanding vic-tories our boys marlt uere the xsins over Nlepharn. the sevtional 4-hampions. Thus. ue take our "huts oll' to this l952 basketball team. Page serelity-fuilr JAYVEE BASKETBALL HE training for Varsity basketball is received on the Jayvee and Freshman teams. Although this year's Jayvee team did not win many games, it showed a great deal of Freeport spirit. Coached by Mr. Russell Terry. the team has hopes of becoming a fine squad next year. 1 qw l- , V ff. 'f- I, ,,4 w . ,W . . i, , X 'llil ljf X .f X, 1, PBESHMAN BASKETBALL HF. Freshman basketball team is 'gthe place where champions are bornf, Here many of the future aces of Freeport High receive training in ball handling and team work. This year's squad, coached by Mr. Schneller, has shown a great deal of promise of being good Varsity material. Page seventy BASEBALL ASEBALL. the national pastime, is well rep- resented each year in Freeport High School. Through the years we have had many fine teams, and Coach C. Overton Tremper has done an out- standing job in training our boys in this great American sport. The 1951 team was no exception. While it is hard to single out individual stars, a few of our boys received wide acclaim, especially ,lay Schmidt who was selected all-scholastic of Nas- sau County for the second consecutive year. Under the Co-Captaincy of Jay Schmidt and Skippy Clip, our team won 11 and lost 7 games finishing second for the South Shore title. The season's most thrilling game was a playoff with Hempstead. Freeport won in the 12th inning with a score of 2-O. layVee baseball, with lVlr. Tuthill as Coach, is continually developing talent to replace those of the Varsity Squad who leave us each year. lt is in layvee baseball that the future stars are trained, and while these boys receive very little glory, without JayVee baseball we would not be able to produce the great teams we have each year. Page seventy-six Pen , 1 A 1, A.. R . l . qt 3 f Q x Qigxs.,-f - EHUSS EUUNTHY NCP: started on a cross country run. there is no turning back. no calling for a substitute. for now you are on your own to go the last long mile alone. It takes a real champion to be a member of the cross country team. and every one of our boys is a champion in the true sense of the word. While this year's team did not win many meets. the individual members. and the team as a whole deserve much credit. To Head Coach. Nlr. Miller. to the able Captain. llave Nloore. and to Les Thomas. Pete Sanders. Hay Clements. Pete Hellsten. lid Turansky. ,Iohn Dickey. Hd Everett. Nlattie Lorber. Art Sprague. Bob Moore. and AI Donheiser. our sincere ad- miration lor a job "well done." TRACE 0-CAPTAINS Berk Swezey and Marshall Rivers led our track team to many "near wins" during the season ol' 1951. Track is a sport that takes a great deal of individual effort. and our boys were in there every minute. fight- inv for victory all the wav. Althouvh they won 2' 1 only one meet. they many more. losing one point. Track is Freeport High. and eral boys who will . C . came very close to winning several by margins of but definitely on the way up in with the experience ol sev- be running again this vear the team will be hard to beat. Coaches Powell and Augustine will long remember the fine boys they worked with during the 1951 season. Page serenly-se1'en lianrmsse A rough, tough sport requiring plenty of stamina . . . credit for a successful season goes to Coach Bill Ashley . . . last year. 4 wins, 4 defeats, and l lie .... Page seventy-eight REM Sharpshooting . . . skilled . . . eager . . . group ol boys who are avidly concerned with their rifles . . . high point of season was heat- ing Hempstead . . , under the able supervision of Mr. Walter Joy .... Huwhnq Hard-playing, enthusiastic, fine sportsmanship . . . J. Vfs com- peted on limited schedule for the first time . . . Captain Artie Sam- uels really gave his all . . . Mr. Randal Powell has again proved himself to be a capable instructor and coach .... I W . Ceneral Urqanization Council President .,...........,.,...,.......,..,...,.,......,.....,.............,................ Henry Bandhold Vice-President ..........., .......,...... T homas Forbes Vice-President ........... ................ J ack Raynor Secretary ,.4.,............,.. ..4....... R uth Fennema Treasurer ,..,...4................. ..,........... R obert Smith Social Secretary ..........,......,..... .....,...,. .,.,..,..,..... S h eila Sheen National Senior Honor Society President ,..,......,...,......,.....,.,...........,,..................,,......,...,..........., Ruth Fennema Vice-President ....,....,. ................ D ave Porter Secretary ....................,..,. .....,....,... S heila Shean Treasurer ..,....,.,......,.,.......,... ............ H arry Coburn C. 0. Representative 4..............,...,....,...,,,....,..,.....,,........,.... Jane Yarrow Senior Cirls' Chorus President ........,...,.....,..,......,.t....,t.,.......,.,..,..............,....,...,..,..... Denise Kappauf Vice-President ,.,.......,....,............,..,.,...,......,........................ Rosalind Carry Secretary-Treasurer .... ............... S heila Shean Wardrobe ..,,........,..............., ..........,.........,.... I rene Esser Wardrobe .........,..,.,...,..,............. .....,,....,............ M iriam Esser G. 0. Representative .......... ..,.....,...... M ary Lou Miller Publicity ....,..........,..........,......,.... ..........,...... ...,...,........ B etty H. Raynor Editorial Staff Editor-in-Chief ...,....t...............,..,..,.....................,...,.,.................. Voyaqeur Assistant Editor ..,,......,.. Art Editor . .,................,. . Boys' Sports Editor ...,.,,. Girls' Sports Editor ........ Club Editor ....,.,,............... Format Editor .........,.. Literary Editor .........,,....,.,. .Dave Porter ..........i....Sheila Shean .,..,..,.,..,i,Terry Pititto Ray Clements Ruth Fennema .,.......,,,....Marlene Allyn .....,.........,..Harry Coburn ..........,......,.Mona Turner Typing Editor .........,....,........,....,...,...............,..,.,... Madelyn DeCaetano Photography Editor ..... .....,.........,..........,.,...,.,.,.,............... T ed Fishkind FlasHinqS Editorial Staff Editor-in-Chief ...,........................,.........,...................,..,.,.. Claire Canapary News Editor .........,,..,...,........,........,.,..,.....................,...,...,.......... Sheila Shean Assistant News Editor ...... .......,.... N ance DiGesu Feature Editor .,......... ,.,.. . ........... Marlene Allyn Boys' Sports Editor , ..,.,.. ......................... D avid Lane Boys, Sports Editor .,......,.......,....... Peter Sanders Cirls' Sports Editor ........ .......,......Nancy Sutermeister Exchange Editor ...........,........,. ,...i........ M adelyn DeCaetano Typing Editor .,..,..,.........,................ ........,..................... J oan Cossio Assistant Typing Editor ...... , ..........,.ii..........,.,..,.,....,............, Ruth Noll News Service Staff Editor-in-Chief .,........,.......,..,.,..........,........,............,..,...,...,. Dorothy Kordes Chief Typist .......,.....,...,...,.......,..,,......................................,........,...,. Ruth Noll Librarian ...............,..,............,.,....,...,........................,................... Sylvia Thomas Courtesy Committee President .,.,.i.................i.....,...,........,.,..................................., Richard Meeklns Vice-President ....,...... .,.......,.,....,....,,...,.,...,...... J oan Larsen Secretary ........ ,.., .,........,........ ................ B a r bara Brockmeyer C. 0. Representative .,....,............................,............ Marion Rockwell Dance Committee Chairman ,.........,........,........i..,.,............,..,..,........,,................,.......... Sheila Shean Secretary ....................,... ............. C. 0. Representative .,.. Page eighty .......,..tRuth Fennema ...........Marlene Allyn CLUB UFl7lCCllS Junior National Honor Society President ....,..,.....,..,......,...........,.,...........,.........,.....,...........,......., George Ringer Vice-President ........ , .....,.,.................. ............., D olores Russell Secretary ....,....,.,..,.......................,........,,.... ............., G ail Remsen Corresponding Secretary . ,..,.........,.. ....... ,.......,....,,.............,.......,. . J han Ho Treasurer ........,..................,...,....,................,,.......,,......,....,..,.... Paula Munkelt Senior Band Section Heads Cornets ....................,......,..,...,..........................,..,.................. Stanley Davidson Clarinets .......... ........................ J essie deRoza Saxophones ......... ................ E ugene DiRusso Trombones .......... .,.,.,..,... E dward Everett Clarinets .........., ............ R osemary Joyce Tubas ...,.....,.. ...,......,,.. J ack Kramer Cornets .,..,.,.,...... .,.... ......,.......... D a ve Porter Baritones ................,......... ....,.,.,....... R obert Raynor Flutes and Piccolos .........,...............,...,....,...,.,.,.............. Lee Wettlaufer Senior Assembly Committee Chairman .........................,,......,.............,.............................,,.. elected monthly Secretary .,,......,.,....................,...,..... ..,....,.,,........,..... ,...,.......... P a tricia Bliss C. 0. Representative .....,.......,........,......,....,,.....,.,...,,.,... Nancy Dumper .Junior Assembly Committee President ,..... ....,........,.................,,..,,....,.................,.............,..,. S andra Berman Vice-President ...............,.,.........,.,..,...,................ ,.,..,....,.............. C arol Adams Recording Secretary .,.,......... ..........,..,.. M arilyn Jackson Social Secretary ...,...,........... .,.....,.,.., M artha Lonergan Program Chairman ....,..,......,,.,...,..,.,....,...,....,..........,..... Dolores Russell Senior High Red Cross President .....................,..,.,.................................,..,....,..,...,.,....,,......,.. John Walsh Vice-President ......,..........................,,..,......,.,...,.......,..,. June Rose Fisher Vice-President ..,......,....,.....,.., ..,...,.......,....... .................. D 0 lores Russell Secretary ..........,.........,...............................,..,...............,...............,.. Betsy Nichols Junior High Red Cross President .........,.,.,,............,..,.,.,.,........,......,...................................., Joyce Devlin President .,...,........,,....,..........,........,............................,.,......... Bob Hohlfelder V ice-President Vice-President .........,... ,.,.,.....,...Frances Shebar .,................James Flint Secretary ....,..,,....,,..,,., ................... S haron Phillips Secretary ........,...... ,.,............. T aylor Cushmore Treasurer ...,...,. ...,..,.........,..,.........,........,...................,..... C arol Helwig Treasurer ......., ...,,......,,..,...,............................ ,.... . , . ..,....,....... Peter Sutton Chairman ...,..,....,,.................,..,.....................,...,........,............... Dolores Russell Asistant Chairman ...,..,..... ...,.,...,......,........... B arbara Stewart Assistant Chairman ......,...............,.........,,.......,,......,....,.. George Ringer President ..........,...i.............,.........,........,...,............................. Matthew Lorber Vice-President .,...............,....,.......,.,....,.....,................,...,..........,..... Paul Alpert Secretary ............i.t.,..,.....,..,.., ..,....,....... A rthur Armbruster Treasurer ......,.............,..........,.... ,.., ..... , ..,,............ D a vid Wolsk C. 0. Representative ..........,........,....,.,,....., i...,.,.....,..... G ourley Cahn Future Homemakers of America President ....,......................,.,.,............,........,,...,.................,. Rose Ann Cleary Vice-President ,......,.,....,....................,....,...,,..,...,....,.,...... Beatrice Osthues Vice-President .,.,......,. ,... . ,... . .,.., M arianna Limoli Vice-President .,..,....... ................,.... G ail Remsen Secretary .,..............,... ................ M ary Lou Gross Treasurer ............,.,...,,... Priscilla Kern Reporter ..... ,.... . ............ M adeline Tunstall Historian ...,..... ,...,...,..,... ...,. ,i... M a r y Patterson Histo rtan ......,... Claudette Ruggiero President ..,,........,......,.,,.....,..,......,................,..,......................... Patricia Strong Vice-President ...,.....,. , .... ..............,.. J oan Larsen Secretary .......,.....,..,.....,.. ....,.,..,........., E dna Eggers Treasurer ......,.....,...,,.....,..,...,.,,., .............. E velyn Cardinale G. 0. Representative . ,,.......,..,............,...,..,.............,...... Joan Mahlstedt Masque and Wig Club President ,...,..................... ..,..,.........,..,............,..,.,............... Vice-President ............ Secretary ........,,.......,......, Treasurer ......,.,.....,......,....,.......,. ............ ...Martin Schwartz ................,lane Yarrow ..,.........Denise Kappauf Harry Coburn C. 0. Representative ..,.. ...,........ B arbara Coretty Charles Childres George Dragonetti Hugh Erwin Neil Nilson Library Club .lunior ' ' ' Future Hornemakers of America President ..,...,i..,...,.i....,.,..,........,....,........................,.......,.,...,. .lean Flandorfer Vice-President ....,..,.........,............ ,....,,........... L illian Doxey Recording Secretary .....,........,.... ,.......,...... J anet Huebner Corresponding Secretary ............. ................... M aura Doran Treasurer ..,..,...,,..,........,....,.........,..,....,.. ................,........ A ase Hansen Historian .,....,,....,..,.,.....,,......,........,.. .,.......,..... N eila Cruickshank Historian ............... .......,........ D orianne Pfitzer Song Leader .,.... ...i............,..... K ay Marino Reporter ........... .,,................... M ary Soli Reporter ........... LETTEHMEN Football Henry Bandhold fco-capt.l James Morrow Richard Camillucci Bruce Davis Elliot Freifeld Gene Gollub William Engelman William Heckman George Kandiloros Rolf Larsen Tony LoPresti Basketball ,lack Raynor Philip Roberts Alfred Scopinich Bart Sheard Baseball-1951 Robert Battey Herbert Cohen Stanley Davidson Walter Heidelberger George Kandiloros Richard Moran Charles Charkin Edward Couluris Fred Delia Walter Muhlbauer Lawrence Perez Anthony Primavera Philip Roberts ,lay Schmidt ico-capt.l Ronald Ulip ico-capt.l Bowling Frank Domanico Donald Hanslin Arthur Samuels Joe Muro Henry Natterer fco-capt.l Neil Nilson Alex Pappas Albert Pin Chester Uiberall fmgrj Jack Raynor .lohn Remsen .lohn Swisher ......,.....Eileen Freeman Cross Country John Dickey Edward Everett William Hillebrecht David Moore Leslie Thomas Edward Turansky Lacrosse -1951 Henry Bandhold Richard Camillucci William Heckman Norbert Holter William Kenney Rolf Larsen Bob Boothby .lohn Bruinfield Pete Cattano John Hesse Track Raymond Cardinale Peter Loonam Richard Murphy .lohn Oliver Thomas Pakenham Laurence Rea fmgr.l Marshall Rivers Larry Ruger Nickolas Sanrocco Berkley Swezey Louis Treuman Daniel Walz Bob Yarrow .loe Masone fco-capt.l Henry Natterer Jack Raynor Ronald Reiss John Remsen .lerry Simandl ifle Gordon Sammis Fred Schwarz Ed Slane Charlie Vogt fmgr.l Page eighty-one 'QI QU ww NIMH yy Q "W" 'Y' 7"""""" 'f---------- V-V , -. 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