Freeport High School - Voyageur Yearbook (Freeport, NY)

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Therefore we, the class of 1953, with sincere gratitude and deepest affection dedicate this year- book to our principal and friend, J. WESLEY SOUTHARD. 3 In emuriam Her sunny laughTer, her warm disposiTion, The shaTTs of sunlighT which liT The red-gold of her hair-all Those qualiTies and so many more inTangible aspecTs of Gloria NiTschke's person- aliTy we shall remember. Whenever seen in F. H. S. halls, Gloria was "on The go", aTTending a meeTing, chaTTing wiTh a classmaTe, or wriT- ing an assignmenT. A cheerful and TrusTworThy comrade, she numbered among her friends, Teachers and sTu- denTs alike. And so, because aT some Time in our lives we are privileged To meeT someone who will always live, Gloria's deaTh can never seem final, raTher her shorT life will be a living memory. --9-4,41 l 1 ff" l 5 . ii f'Q"T. Eugene Huxley began working in FreeporT High School as a nighT cleaner on January l, 1934. His hard work and Tireless eTTorTs led To his appoinTmenT as Head CusTodian Ten years laTer. On February 23, 1953, aTTer nine- Teen years of service To our school, Mr. Huxley died. "Gene", as he was known To all sTudenTs and Teachers, was efficienf and enThusiasTic in all his endeavors. He especially enioyed and had parTicular pride in preparing for The annual FreeporT High School CommencemenT Exercises. Mr. Huxley will be greaTly missed by his associaTes, The faculTy, and The sTudenTs, all of whom have enioyed The advanTages of a help- Tul and willing cusTodial sTaTT in FreeporT High School during his Tenure. i-,. 155 Xx W in Xxx x., A". K -X1 Rx N X XXX , 55. 2 K 4 1 .1 I I ,f f 4 f fi , If ' Af! ' ff 551- - , vf .iam-mf , :.-gas. :- , - .'.za,. , . J 'A' '54 Whiz 1 - ,L's." an '.. lu o .3592 VZ' ,L egg!!! ' -"'.4:':g' I :ff i?--f 'ia' f' . ."w:.' I Seq .,:-j-fiff -W ' 4 I I, : . ' ' . w - 1 EJ u E' 'I ' if 131524 fy ' , WLM' "MU fl' ,J fl V .N w E v' 111 I ' ' ' S E lrglg. 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' 1 Q1 5.5, W' 1 J' I 1 'Ml L H 11 1" w' " . r M 5 'Q 1 4 Sw' I 1 - M .MR X 5 fl, V ix ,Q "Nw X ,L 1 I 4 4 i l x ,W u ' l x N x -TuT- ' ' ' ' I HETIHEME T lt is with sincere regret that we announce the retirement of two members of our high school faculty, Miss Gladys MacArthur of the History De- partment and Miss Olive Swan, Librarian. Through years of service Miss MacArthur and Miss Swan have made many contributions for which they will be long and affectionately remembered. Before Miss Gladys MacArthur came to Freeport High School in 1924, she had earned a B. A. degree in history from Wellesley College. Since then she has had a varied career including teaching, busi- ness ventures, and overseas service with the Young Women's Christian Association during World War l. After instructing Latin classes for her first four years with us, she turned to teaching history and has aided many students in the World History course. Besides this, she has been a Junior Red Cross advisor for several years and has loyally sup- ported all Red Cross drives and activities. She will be remembered for her keen sense of humor which often eased a tense situation or "poured oil on troubled waters". Miss Olive Swan, native of Warrensburg, New York, graduated from Syracuse University in the class of 'lo with an A.B. degree. She started her career in Freeport High School as librarian, a post which she has ably filled ever since. Many stu- dents have sought and received valuable aid from her in selecting books suitable for the standards of high school reading. As faculty advisor to the Library Club, she has trained students in the proper care and management of a library. The best wishes of students and faculty friends follow Miss Swan and Miss MacArthur in their re- tirement. TU the Class of 1953 Once again it is a privilege and pleasure to greet a class about to graduate from Freeport High School and to extend best wishes from the Board of Education. We are very happy to note the success that has been yours during your years as under- graduates and our most sincere hope is for your future success in the years to come. Your theme, "Hitch Your Wagon To a Star", is certainly aiming high. It's really a challenge and a true test of one's imag- ination. Fortunately, you all are the prod- uct of a free people and a free country where family background, financial stand- ing, or social position is no hinderance in your selection of a career providing you have the will to succeed. So to aim high is perfectly American. The great need of the world today is more young people with such high ideals. I personally have known a goodly num- ber of the Class of 1953 from kinder- garten through to graduation day, have watched them in plays in elementary class- es, on the athletic field, in the band and choruses, and have admired them for their high scholarship, good fellowship, and school spirit of which the pages of this yearbook will be a source of refreshing memory in the years to come. ff President of Board of Education 1 0 l Greetings in the Class of 1953 I wish I were able to convey to you the thrill that comes to me in speaking in your assemblies, in meeting you at your ath- letic contests, your school plays, and the pleasure and privilege of greeting you along the high school corridors. As I look at your accomplishments and records, I feel great pride in the present generation of young people. Because of all that the Class of I953 has signified in character, intellect, and school spirit, of all that has been done to uphold the standards and ideals of Freeport High School through your thoughtful service and diligent effort, it seems appropriate that you should choose the theme -- "Hitch Your Wagon to a Star", for the I953 Year- book. That has been your purpose and your method for four years. Great achieve- ment always comes from striving to attain high ideals. Any student who does not catch the significance of loyal devotion to high ideals has missed the better part of his education. May you continue to hold your standards aloft. That one word - ideals - six let- ters, tells the story and fixes the obiective for educational, social and spiritual endea- vor. The important story of mankind has been and always will be one of purpose- ful creation. Broad horizons, great desires, virile hopes, and big programs constitute the backgrounds and foundations for suc- cess. As yet, we have not been able to ' . .B . 7 ,A ,r . ii" - - - ff gt g W .,,, ..... . si J , - '. 'itll ' H emaipm, n '- Ir' f ' - Q lb . , fr -.N ,QIi u I , ...-, Q - X. A ,L v xg 'TNI'-adv measure exactly the power of determina- tion, initiative, inventiveness, enthusiasm, will power and loyalty, but we do know that collectively they constitute the vehicle which, coupled with high ideals, carries us as individuals to high places on the road to achievement and worthwhile living. May happiness and all good things worth having be yours and may the training which you have obtained in Freeport High School aid in the attainment of your ambi- tions. Best wishes for success in every endeav- 0I'. JZ. Aww Superintendent of Schools Congratulations in the Class of 1953 ln centuries past, the art of celestial nav- igation provided daring seamen with guides necessary to permit expeditions to sail un- charted seas, The constancy of the stars in the Heavens increased the faith and hope of many would-be-doubters and allowed men to direct their course and to calculate their position. The desert nomad, the trader of the East leading heavy-laden caravans, the Indian making his way through trackless forests followed the stars that lit the pathways. The quenchless brightness of these heaven- ly bodies gave to the humblest of men and to royalty alike that comfort and courage which comes from keeping ones sights ever upward. Few graduating -classes from Freeport High School have been forced to face as many challenges as loom before the Class of 1953. War lurks on the horizon. The ec- onomic future is uncertain. The freedoms of the American citizen are subiected to su- preme tests both from within and without, The everyday dealings among men call for high moral values and hardy physical stam- ina. "Hitch your wagon to a star." As of old the brightness of your star can be the in- spiration that urges you onward toward your ultimate goal and the guide post that may well light your road to success. The constancy of your star can bring you hap- piness and the fulfillment of your ambition. Today's world requires that you strive to be exceptionalg that you equip yourself mentally, morally, physically and spiritually to face and solve your problems. The qual- ity of your ambition to meet and conquer your world will be reflected in the ultimate attainment of your goal. Class of 1953, this is your challange. U "Hitch your ambition to an ideal." 23 "Hitch your wagon to a Star.". Good luck, good fortune and God's blessing always. 'S' '-SY. J. Wesley Southard dminislration and Guidance Whether you're a bewildered seventh grader confronted with questions of your new high school life or a hopeful senior planning to attend college, the guidance department is always willing to help solve your problems. Entering these offices with their cozy home-like atmospheres, students feel completely at ease to discuss their problems. Although the guidance depart- ment is concerned with adiusting pupils to high school life, it is especially interested in guiding the students in choosing their future careers. Under the supervision of Miss Alice V. Davis and Mr. John Hesse, iunior high school boys and girls become acquainted with the curriculum of F. H.S. When sophomores, these students partici- pate in a series of aptitude and preference tests, the results of which aid greatly in determining their future vocation. Guided by the sincere and warm personality of Miss Mary Didas and the untiring efforts of Mr. C. Overton Tremper, senior high students receive advice on possible careers and infor- mation regarding colleges and employment. As we, the class of '53 realize the debt we owe to our advisors who have truly shown us how to "Hitch Our Wagon to a if fo 43' I if X 2- u f tn. 7 at J F , -' T " L ff V95-at ' 41552: nilazeaee f-aaeeee ,f44vf 04554 4 fa f4?' . A , 64f f p , , A, ,5 ff Star", we offer them our appreciation and thanks. Language Department Standing left to right: Mr. Eric Smithner, Miss Lilah Cushman, Miss Esther Brown. Sitting left to right: Mrs. Ruth Kantz, Miss Mabel Skinner, Chairman. wwf Mathematics Department Standing left to right: Mrs. Clar- ence M. Hoener, Jr., Miss Ella M. Davies, Mrs. Edith Woodcock, Mr. Russell H. Terry, Miss Alice V. Davis, Mrs. Mary J. Dewing. Sitting left to right: Miss Mabel C. White, Chairman, Mr. Robert C. Smith. Social Studies Department Standing left to right: Miss Ethel Boardman, Chairman, Miss Leva Robbins, Mr. Randall Powell. Sitting left to right: Miss Jane Groden, Mrs. Charlotte Carmen, Miss Ruth More, Miss Gladys MacArthur, Cnot shovvnj. Social Studies Department Lett to right: Mr. Walter Joy, Miss Doris Nickerson, Miss Viv- ian Bird, Miss Elizabeth Clowes, Mr. James Crisafulli. Business Department Left to right: Mr. Donald Cost- low, Miss Charlotte Hutt, Miss Jean Schall, Mr. Charles Hub- bard, Mr. W. Chapin Moger, Chairman. Science Department Standing left to right: Mr. Robert Miller, Mr. Victor Kirsch, Miss Hazel Hack, Mr. Henry Chem- nitz, Miss Louise Seitz, Mr. Paul M. Jordan, Chairman, Mr. Vin- cent Zuaro, Mr. Samuel Wikan- der. Home Economics Department Sitting left to right: Mrs. Alma M. Rowley, Miss Harriet A. Church, Chairman, Miss Ethel M. Temple, Miss Betty May Green- ing. Art Department 8. Music Department Standing left to right: Dr. J. M. Wettlaufer, Music Department Chairman, Miss Maud Constable, Art Department Chairman, Mr. Walter Joy. Sitting left to right, Mrs. Margaret Greer, Miss Miriam Roberts, Miss Helen Robertson. English Department Standing left to right: Mrs. Char- lotte Tessier, Mrs. Margaret Beck, Mr. Henry Burnett, Miss Phebe Skidmore, Mrs. Fredericka AI. bert. Sitting left to right: Miss Mary Didas, Miss Velnette Sick- els, Miss Olive Swan, Librarian, -Miss Mary Barlow, Chairman. English Department Standing left to right: Mr. Stan- ley Vincent, Miss Florence Clark, Miss Emelyn Lovelass, Mr. Irving Franklin, Mr. George Moser. Sitting left to right: Miss Claudia Buckovich, Mrs. Rosamond Javor- sky, Miss Anne Estock. Industrial Arts Department Standing left to right: Mr. Arthur B. Myers, Chairman, Mr. Joseph Devlin, Mr. William A. Parker, Mr. Robert Ely, Mr. Clarence Genner, Director of Visual Edu- cation. Physical Education 8. Health Service Sitting left to right, Miss Dorothy Clark, Mr, Winston Tuthill, Mr. John Augustine, Physical Educa- tion Chairman, Miss Carole Knapp. Standing left to right: Mrs. Margaret Yarrow, Miss Gladys L. Derrick, Health Service Chairman, Miss Anne McGrath, Mr. William Ashley, Director of Athletics Cnot shownl. Custodial Staff Standing left to right: Mr. Carl Wallman, Mr. Edward Johnson, Mr. Eugene Brocco, Mr. George Lyons, Mr. Thomas McArdle, Mr. Joseph Sarro, Mr. Harry Born- scheur, Mr. Joseph Krawychn, Mr. Eugene Huxley. 18 Office Staff Left to right: Mrs. Margaret Wett- laufer, Mrs. Dorothy Werner, Mrs. Joan G. Hodgdon, Miss Eiith Brooks, Miss Cecilia Can- ti i Cafeteria Staff Standing left to right: Mrs. Kath- erine Sweezy, Mrs. Viola Bloom- er, Mrs. Alice Mott, Mrs. Jennie Schantz, Mrs. Sophie Dienso. I Z fum, :Nts Q C O xx' ' o x 94 A7 at Q- J - ' . 4 ' , ', 5. S g X X 7 AMMMN X X A' Z' , ,,,. If , f ,,. , Z, fx f X if .,Q??f' ' .O f Z j I I 111312 Z! X X 4 A I 4 , I Y QK 7 ' 1,4555 ,f N kg.. ,-9 1 ff I f X4 N 4 2' 'A K ,V 4 ,aj WW E YZ? r X I Sitting left to right: Tom Forbes, Mrs. Charlotte Tessier, John Remsen, Peter Cattano. Standing left to right: Joan Werdann, Alex Pappas, Edward Everett. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President , .. .. ., Vice President John Remsen Tom Forbes Secretary Peter Cattano Treasurer . .. Edward Everett Social Secretary l.l. . ,, ,, ,l.l , Alex Pappas G. O. Representative A .. .. Joan Werdann Faculty Advisor . Mrs. Charlotte Tessier 23 BARBARA ANADOLLIS "Babs" . . . fun-loving, reserved and soft spoken . . . music lover. .. talented member of Chorus . . . en- ioys parties and roller skating . . . likes playing piano . . . bound to make a diligent secretary. l Cfll-'rl.l.f:L l lllfiol .Cul 36 x ff N x ,U t ,X I 1 zl ' 4' il ., .' ,fi 1? Missy! N192 f' Q27 ADRIAN APPLEBAUM "A" . . . quiet . . .unassuming . . . a loyal supporter of G. O .... "FlasHingS" reporter . . . interested in stamp collecting . . . enioys lis- tening to Nat "King" Cole . . . main ambition-to make money, spend it, and have fun. PETER J. ANGLIM "Pete" . . . friendly, stimulating . . . a husky participant in football and lacrosse . . .cheerful P.A. announcer ...hard-working employee at Jones Beach . . . sure to be a credit to any college campus. FREDRIC APPEL "Fred" . . . keen-minded Editor-in- Chief of News Service Staff . . . sharpshooter on Rifle Squad . . . in- terested in sports and science . . . enjoys photography . . . hopes to work in the field of medicine. if tg W i . GEORGE ARING Tall . . . friendly disposition . . . band manager in Sophomore year . . . loyal G. O. supporter . . . en- ioys fishing, hunting, and horseback riding . . . avid Dodger fan . . . would like to be a commercial artist. LORRAINE BACK Busy, hard-working, social home room manager . . . active in both Girls' and Mixed Choruses . . . Junior Red Cross Council . . . loves concocting fancy dishes . . . ardent football fan . . . wants to become a Spanish interpreter. RUDOLPH BALLATO GUQR' "Rudy" . . . happy-go-lucky . . . easy to get along with . . . member of the Senior Band, track team . . . enioys iazz records and night life at Jones Beach . . . hopes to get into well known band. BARBARA BARDES "Candy" . . . dancing personality . . . happy-go-lucky . . . avid sup- porter of G. O .... enioys going to football games and dances . . . busies herself by making her own fashionable clothes . . . will make an excellent nurse. HARRY 53 RUTH ELLEN BARNETT 'Sis" . . . great personality . . . HANS BAYER Blond, blue-eyed, and handsome attractive . . . soft spoken . . . avid , , , lem his support to J. V. foot- supporter of G. O .... member of ball Squad , , , a rough and tough Sirls' and Mixed Choruses . . . lacrosse player . . . in spare time he Norks as a beautician in spare time is fond of fishing or hunting . . . . . hopes to be a millionaire. will be successful in any field. ANN BILLMEYER Bilge" . . . bubbling personality . . attractive . . . well-dressed . . . active in girls' sports . . . hobbies nclude bowling and eating Italian ood . . . usually found in "Gene's" . . wants to be a college graduate nd a good secretary. 'ii . E .IANICE BIRD "Daffy" . . . sincere manner . . . unassuming . . . attractive . . . en- ioys reading and watching the trot- ting races . . . has unique collec- tions of stamps, shells, and antiques . . I wants to own an antique shop, BLINN Ev- a "Lightning" . . . always ready to lend a helping hand . . . quiet man- ner . . . volunteer fireman with the truck company . . . a genuine out- door man . . . devoted to the art of photography . . . a future line- man for telephone company. PATRICIA BLISS "Pat" . . . sparkling personality . . . extremely active in extra-curricular activities . . . prize-speaking contest winner. . . cute twirler . . . leading lady in two senior plays. . President of Masque and Wig . . . hopes to attend Cortland and to be a married teacher. GEORGE BENSON "Burner" . . . one of the Bay Boys . . . unobtrusive . . . friendly . . . passes his time by boat-racing . . . likes Fords but not G. M. products . . . hopes to get a good hot "A" rig. M54 ,V 1 if NEAL BITCON "Rabbit" . . . nice smile, blond hair . . . sociable . . . outdoor type . , . football and track are his favorite sports . . . hunting in Maine es- pecially appealing . . . wants to operate a business in Connecticut or Maine. M Q 't if JOSEPH BOLAND "Red" . . . fun loving . . . pleasing Public Address announcer. . . mem- ber of track team and football squad . . . auto racing enthusiast . . . often called "Fred" . . . interested in dramatics and radio production . . , aspires to be an electrical engineer. l L. ROBERT BOOTHBY "Bob" . . . amiable, friendly smile . . . tennis star. . .excellent marks- man on Rifle Squad . . . soloist in Mixed Chorus . . . enjoys sailing, singing, and swimming . . . hopes to be a Naval officer. - DAVID BROWN Handsome . . . popular . . . very well dressed . . .the lady killer. . . proudly possessed a G.O. ticket for A years . . . destined to become a great tenor sax man and to replace "Flip" Phillips. GRACE BUCK "Gracie" . . . cute smile . . . con- genial manner . . . member of the Girls' and Mixed Choruses . . . bowling enthusiast . . . excellent roller skater . . . ambition is to be a teacher. MARGARET BREEN "Red" . . . lively . . . vivacious . . bright red hair... member of G.O . . . dancing, driving, and interio decorating are a few of her many pastimes . . . certain to be a succes: as an interior decorator. 9 FREDERICK BURNS "Fred" . . . friendly and congenie personality . . .tall and good look ing . . . loyal G.O. supporter . . energetic sports enthusiast . . . hi favorites are football and baseba . . . spends his spare time workin- on hot rods . . . aspires to be mechanic. JERRY CALLAHAN Serious, unassuming . . . spends his time fishing and playing golf . . . . f likes school best when in study hall . . . ambition is to be a married f ,,.. gn' 'S ,xii florist. L ' if ri V VINCENT CAMBRIA y Q ' "Vince" . . . new attraction in Free- ,. . J port High this year . . . enjoys eating . . . plays all types of ball . . . hopes to attend college ancl iiliiff V f . ,f ' ifli earn a living as an engineer. if HAROLD CANTlLLl "Hal" . . . cute, blond . . . neat dresser. . . winning personality . . . excellent T quarterback . . . sports enthusiast . . . valuable basketball and lacrosse man . . . ambition- to learn aeronautics and to take Captain Video's place on television. THERESA CARRI CAROLE CAPOZZOLI "Capi" . . . attractive . . . friendly, reserved manner . . . consistent member of G.O .... enioys fashion designing and singing popular hit tunes . . . plays a fast game of tennis . . . wants to become a nurse and later to get married. cv! it -"i?'N.g":'x 0 'f' IT ' ' ,Zi 21? 1' Qi 5 'Fi'?,,4 -If LEWlS CARILLO "Louie' '.,. good-looking . . . full of fun . . . usually found in the center of a crowd . . . sports en- thusiast . . . basketball "ACE" . , . Cross Country letterman . . . enioys spare time surf fishing . . . is bound to be successful. T. ROSALIND CARRY CHARLOTTE ANN CARVER ,"Terry" . . . friendly disposition . . . "Roz" . . . charming personality . . . "Charl" . . , sociable, a lover of the lunassuming . . . lends sweet voice fun loving . . . informative member fine arts . , . has a ready grin . . . to Girls' Chorus . . . neat dresser of Courtesy Committee . . . pop helped publicize F, H. S. through . . . likes pegged pants and music singer . . . would like to make a News Service Staff . . . Red Cross . . . budding artist . . . hopes to at- record with Dean Martin . . . future representative for two years . . . tend Katherine Gibbs . . . bound to Katherine Gibbs' secretary. ambition - to find success as a be a pleasant secretary. sculptor. JACQUELINE CASTRO "Jackie" . . . dark . . . attractive . . . personality plus . . . nice hair . . . President of Senior Girls' Chorus . , . Girls' Chorus four years . . . faithful G.O. member . . . enioys playing the accordion and singing . . . aims to be in show business. GIOVANNA CATANIA "Joe" . . . amiable . . . unobtrusive . . . small, dark, cute . . . came to Freeport from John Adams High School where she was active in Glee Club and Red Cross . . . a lover of music . . . swimming enthusiast . . . plans to be a secretary. gms ff 5? fig? w ' nw 9' M ff . i Www, tw 'f- -. 'Qi' PETER CATTANO MANUEL CAVACO EVELYN CERKO . cn- '.Q.l,U3c1j '20929 4.3-Ibm, CD '3'U' D.. --. -. W, 0"g:. 5,3330-v n Q-32. sam-we 0579-20- Q-1-Q. -n-OJ EQ' 3? o -N 2sgg., tf.Qn3LQ'g nm. UQ- 3.00201 m5'."'30 S."u,gQ-3 0mc.,fD 2.72.232- 139.4-23' CD-0-Cy ui: HSCEQE Q,4:04m -2910.003 5.3 Q3 at 'fb 3. g.. 'vm-1-. -'r-. 3523- 299 C' 32+ gm.3,9L O- ?iT"5,Q- m-w.m ,D-3 -.Q.'+ ffrwlm mm ma :"':'.3 Q aaa 35'mQ.'P 333325 'Uomgi m52fDoQ 2,LQm'-,gms o Q, -- -4r'r'I3.0 mQ. - -.o..4 o'-t fl- 0015.-. 01150-3m 1'-ow--22 3"'2.gwrn Q:3"'2- o.5'- 'N4"gQcu3 U38 'o gmowlfb 3C'f.3.fDf-6 -v an Q."':5'fTmQ- -f 3 C. 35.-a mIt1tf.5'. fishing . , . ambition is to study medicine. cV".r to "f I+-'tv' "l -LM ,Z EA",-lib 1'Q,l '7liL?I:ILy' E9 ' MARLEIGH CHANDLER "Mari" . . . intelligent, energetic, blonde Drum Maiorette . . . Junior and Senior Honor Societies . . . D. G. E. sorority . . . loyal member of Masque and Wig Club and Dance Committee . . . likes Dodgers and dancing . . . will be remembered for her outstanding twirling. JOHN CHEYNEY 'Hebe" . . . intelligent . . . chess enthusiast . . . member of Debating and Science Clubs . . ming, tennis and boating . . . wants to become a forester. an intelligent and reliable legal sec- retary. CAROL CHICHETTI "Chicken" . . . petite and cute . . . badminton enthusiast . . . D. G. E. sorority . . . active member of Dance Committee . . . can always be seen in "Gene's" after school Q . . enioys drawing, reading Eve feet tall. . likes swim- . . . goal-to be CHARLES CHILDRES "Charley" . . . amiable personality . . . sandy blond hair . . . tall and nice-looking . . . excels on basket- ball court . . . plays baseball, too . . . loyal G.O. member . . . enjoys listening to popular songs . . . goal - to graduate from F. H. S. FLORENCE CHILINSKI "Flo" . . .cheerful disposition, quiet, smiling . . . Girls' Chorus member . . . is a talented dressmaker . . . likes loafing and good, popular music . . . dislikes sarcastic people, reading . . . goal-Barbizon Model- ing School. 53 HENRIETTA COLTER "Henry" . . . attractive, comical . . . barrel of fun . . . talented organist . . . member of Girls' and Mixed Choruses . . . great voice . . . likes singing and eating . . .future points towards teaching music to the "stars of tomorrow." l JASPER COLTER "Cole" . . . quiet, amiable . . . has a get-up-and-go spirit . . . is a suc- cessful hunter and hot rod builder . . . enjoys listening to Dr. Jive . . . dislikes homework . . . wants to become a great musician. PAMELA COOK "Pam" . , . tall, blonde and quiet . . . good-looking . . . fun to be with . . . girls' sports . . . basketball and softball . . . enioys spending summer in Florida . . .dislikes walk- ing and cold weather . . . ambition - to ioin the Marines. ANN CORDARO "Anni" . . . small and serious, neat dresser . . . sweet disposition . . . hard working Dance Committee member. . .Tennis Club.. .enjoys knitting, riding in '49 Oldsmobile convertibles . . . wants to be first mate on "Lightning l7." fi'-. F09 BRUCE DAVIS Lively, full of fun . . . never a dull moment . . . outstanding football player. . . favors blondes, brunettes and redheads . . . after graduation Bruce wants to make 20 or 30 mil- lion dollars. RICHARD DE LAMBERT "Dick" . . . cute smile . . . pleasing voice . . . Announcing Staff . . . Tennis Club . . . baseball squad . .. spends time fishing and golfing . . , likes all sports . . . will be remem- bered for his curly hair . . . wants to be a C.P.A. ADRIAN DE VEAU Reserved but very courteous and sociable . . . extremely speed- minded . . . enioys racing hot rods and speedboats . . . wants to own a Ford V-8 with a full house engine . . . future admiral. L IRENE DEICHES "Rene" . . . loads of fun . . . great sense of humor . . . member of Girls' Chorus . . . Senior elections committee . . . spends her time knit- ting socks . . . likes dancing and four leaf clovers . . . dislikes hill- billy music and loud clothes . . . plans to become a nurse. 'mls KAY DEVONSHIRE Attractive, lively, humorous . . . a cheerful addition to any group . . . always dresses fashionably . . . loves all types of dancing . . . is certain to become a successful buyer for any large concern. EUGENE DEVOY Tall, reserved, courteous . . . con- sistent member of G.O .... main pastimes are building ship models and collecting facts concerning early American history . . . certain to be a welcome addition to any industrial engineering plant. ROBERT DILLMANN "Bob" . . . reserved, serious . . . loves outdoor sports . . . spends spare time swimming and horseback riding... likes Italian food ...' fond of bright colors . . . wants to ioin the navy and to sail to Hawaii. MARY DILLON "Speedy" . . . cute . . . quiet and sincere . . . avid supporter of G.O. . . . member of "FlasHingS" stafi' . . . enioys swimming and loafing . . . hopes to become a private secreta'ry to a movie star. GRACE DISCH "Sam" . . . cute, co-captain of cheer- leaders . . . sparkling personality . . . D. G. E. sorority . . . popularity plus . . . Sophomore Class President . . . G.O. Representative of Dance Committee . . . Flasl-lingS" reporter . . . hockey honor team . . . an expert seamstress . . . ambition is to become a nurse. MARY DODD "Mare" . . . pert, cu-captain of cheerleaders . . . Assistant Editor of "FlasHingS' '... active in girls' sports . . . G.A.A. and Dance Com- mittee ofticer . . . D.G.E. sorority . . . likes swimming and football games . . . wants to be a teacher. LENORA DE WALD "Nora" . . . quiet, pleasant person- ality . . . loyal G.O. member . , can play the piano as well as sew . . . likes lots of new clothes . . . dislikes smoking and bleached hair . . . plans to become a dressmaker. EUGENE DI RUSSO "Gene" . . . winning personality . . . Band section head . . . good- looking, dark . . .cross country and track man . . . spends time collect- ing stamps and fixing cars . . . likes to play saxophone . . , plans to be- come a chiropractor. ALFRED DORSETT "Barracuda". . .cheerful addition to all his classes . . . witty . . . expert billiard player . . . enjoys driving through the city . . . hopes to be- :ome a business man in the future. efhcient secretary. HELEN EDGETTE Friendly, sweet manner . . . smile for everyone . . . active in girls sports . . . roller skating enthusiast , , . excellent badminton player . . . likes nice clothes . . . creative art ability . . . hopes to become an UI X ,O ,lf ,Li J ,. '-" R l xzft' "Citi :Ili 1 ' JOHN ELLIOTT Extremely good-looking, tall and friendly . . . intelligent . . . Science Club member . . . neat dresser . . . track team , . . enioys football, basketball, and baseball . . . a math and science whiz . . . aspires to be an engineer. 5 .f 3 f ..fi ii. MIRIAM ESSER EDWARD EVERETT ROBERT FASSETT Reserved , , , amiable , , , friendly "Eddie" . . . talented musician . . . "Bob" . . . quiet, serious, intelli- smile , . . Junior and Senior Honor blond . . . good-looking . . . in- gent . . . ambitious worker . . . Societies , , , active in Girls' and telligent . . .speedy runner in track football player . . . member of Mixed Choruses , , , Library Ciub and cross country . . . trombonel Senior Honor Society . . . swimming . . . active in girls' sports . . , section head in Band . . . Senior and farming are his hobbies . . . clever in handiwork , , , ambition Class Treasurer. . . FlasHingS" staff dislikes opinionated people . . . .- to be successful, reporter . . . wants to play lead hopes to become a lawyer. trombone with Stan Kenton. GERTRUDE FELDMAN "Trudy" . . . friendly disposition . . . fun to be with . . . loyal sup- porter of G.O, for four years . . . hobbies are swimming and horse- back riding . . . plans to spend her future as a contented housewife. ROBERT FERO "Bob" . . . lots of fun . . . amiable personality . . . spent two years on track team . . . G.O. member . . . Senior Honor Society . . . enioys boating in spare time . . . favorites are chemistry lab and steak . . . engineering-his chosen profession. JAMES FIERRO . . .friendly . . . unassuming . . . faithful Band manager for three years . . . baseball manager in Sophomore year . . . loyal sup- porter of G.O. for four years , . . future sailor in Uncle Sam's Navy. 11Jim11 QU' TJ , U fr, L . QQ fl, E gill, it ,7 Q -3- t 4- xy sf..-fave 9 aj, ARLENE FISHER Exceptionally cheerful personality . . . "FlasHingS" Business Staff for two years . . . faithful G.O. mem- ber . . . ambidextrous . . . spends her leisure time sewing and knit- ting . . . Yankee rooter through and through . . . will make a top- notch secretary. an CAROL FILKINS Quiet manner . . . soft spoken . . . active in girls' sports . . . bowling honor team . . . cheery voice heard over P.A .... helped solicit ads for "FlasHingS" . . . leisure time spent propagating African violets . . . plans to be a nurse. BARBARA ANN FISCHER Sunny disposition . . . Girls' Sports Editor for "FlasHingS" . . . sings in Girls' and Mixed Choruses . . . enthusiastic sports participant . . . likes reading and roller skating . . . wants to attend New Paltz State Teachers' College. DAVID FISHER "Dave" . . . ready, quick wit . . . easy going . . . always the gentle- man . . . spends his time working hard'on the potato farm . . . 'n- terested in cars, especially his '35 Ford . . . sees future in harvesting potatoes on his own farm. 'ST June Rose FISHER "Junie". . . amiable personality . . reserved . . . well-dressed . . . Secretary of Library Club . . . Mas- que and Wig Treasurer . . . Co- Chairman of Red Cross Council... a budding artist . . . wants to be a buyer and to study in Europe, MARTIN FISHMAN "Morty" . . . quiet, unobtrusive man' ner . . . a swimming "ace" . . . amateur photographer . . . loyal Band member for two years . . . transferred from Jamaica where he was an active football player . . , will be a social service worker. JUDITH FLINT "Judy" . . . reserved charm . . . soft spoken . . . Vice-President of Senior Girls' Chorus . . . member of Courtesy Committee . . . bowling and roller skating her interests... Senior Honor Society . . . wants to own a convertible . . . hopes to be a skating champion. THOMAS FORBES "Tom' '... perpetually coining wit- ticisms . . . Junior Class President . . . Senior Class Vice-President . . . a three year member of track team . . . renowned for his topping of red hair . . . a real spaghetti eater . . . his success is assured. is 7'5" LENORA FOWLER "Lorie" , . . friendly, fun loving . .. active member in hockey, basket- ball, archery, softball, and volley- ball teams . . . member of Girls' Chorus . . . enthusiastic music lover ...goal is to be a registered nurse. -gpuuww :Wu-vi ANNE FRISCH Fun loving . . . neat dresser . . . "FlasHingS" typist . . . member of Library Club for two years . . . in- formative member of Courtesy Coma mittee . . . enioys knitting . . . staunch Dodger fan . . .future social worker . . . hopes for her MRS, E'- . ROBERT FUCHS "Bob" . . . quiet . . . unassuming . . . modest. . . rabid Yankee rooter, opposite feeling toward Dodgers . . . swimming ace . . . speedy baseball player . . . in spare time he likes to draw . . . spends autumn Saturdays at the Stadium . . . hopes to be a draftsman. DAVID GATHERS "Big Dave" . . .engaging smile . . . amiable personality . . . played freshman football and basketball . . . interested in all sports . . . en- joys listening to good music . . . is I headed for a position as a salesman for a large store. ELAINE GEYER Reserved blonde . . . amiable . . . lovely long tresses . . . informative member of Courtesy Committee . . . usually found behind an easel or sketch pad . . . likes children -- C. GOURLEY GAHN Tall, dark, handsome, and intelli- gent . . . Science Club President . . . a sports enthusiast . . . three years on track team . . . loyal G.O. supporter . . . leisure moments spent working on his "de luxe limousine" . . . ambition -- a chemical engineer. wants to raise a family of six . . . enjoys reading . . . goal is to be an art teacher. WILLIAM GALLAGI-IER "Bill" . . . unassuming . . . co- operative . . . G.O. ticket holder for four years . . . interested in all sports, especially basketball . . . Science Club member . . . track star . . . whiz at card playing . . . would like to own Fort Knox some day. ,fm Q T225 ' 22' lif- LEA GIBLYN Friendly disposition . . . "FlasHingS" Feature Editor . . . active member of girls' sports . . . "Voyageur" Club Editor . . . Opera Guild Student Council . . . G.O. Representative of Senior Honor Society . . . aspires to be a delegateto the Republican National Convention. 4' 'favs . W Veg. . fn , pwav ,- W .,1...Q. W sig' mv.-4. if L. .. .Wir f 3 , ! ff.. a 8 N ! sg 1 ff R YL fi rzfrift - if ' f 1 55346 K mm EUGENE GOLLUB "Gif" . . . tall . . . manly physique . . . a music lover, particularly of iam sessions . . . lent his athletic ability to football squad during senior year . . . wants to own a summer camp for boys. ARTHUR GOULD "Tex" . . . brawny . . . rugged . . . friendly . . . striking blond hair... can be found racing speedy mid- gets at Freeport Stadium any time . . . hopes to become a first class builder and contractor. GILBERT GRAHNERT "Gil" . . . pleasant manner . . . hard working . . . staunch member of the G.O .... spends his idle hours drawing and working on his '41 Ford . aspires to become an architect and to build another Brooklyn Bridge. MA RY LOU GROSS "Mooch" . . . always on the go . . . Future Homemakers of America's Secretary in Junior year . . . creates her own shell iewelry . . . smiling salesgirl in Varsity Shop . . . danc- ing her principal diversion . . . next step - graduation and the business world. CAROL LEE HAHN Dynamic personality, fun to be with . . . athletically inclined . . . played softball, table tennis and badmin- ton . . . expert skier . . . painting her favorite hobby . . . often found reading a good book . . . will be a chief executive's private secretary. fi fi' if s' 5 ' s . DONNA LEE GORDON "Lee" . . . Amityville's friendly con- tribution to Freeport High . . . the outdoor type of girl . . . athletically inclined . , . loves music . . . be- longed to Amityville Chorus, Band and Orchestra . . . would like to teach 'physical education. ALICE GROGAN Neat, modest, friendly . . . lover of the great outdoors . . . a girls' sports enthusiast . . . "FlasHingS" and News Service staffs . . . back stage helper for "Goodbye My Fancy" . . . Courtesy Committee . . . future physiotherapidic gradu- ate of Mary Washington College. DOLORES HALOUSKA "Osie" . . . vivacious, beautiful blonde hair and blue eyes . . . Band Executive Council's Veep... sweet clarinetist in Band for four years . . . "VVoodie" in Senior Play . . . Courtesy Committee . . . G.O. Representative of Assembly Corn-4 mittee . . . vocation - teaching lsecond grade. RICHARD HATFIELD "Hat" . . . energetic . . . life of the party . . . neat dresser . . . out- standing marksman of rifle squad . . . enioys fast, V-8 equipped cars . . . hopes to be a leading stock car driver and tour the U. S. EVELYN HAMMERL "Evie" . . . spirited, congenial . . . President of Future Homemakers of America . . . girls' honor team in hockey, volleyball, basketball, and softball . . . Vice-President of Girls' Athletic Association . . . Library Club . . . possibly a future gym teacher. . .OW fc Et? .iflvffil '7 fy. EQ,-f S4 ROBERT HAPKE "Bob" . . . blond . . . handsome . . . friendly, reserved personality . . , Syracuse's loss is Freeport's gain . . . finds the golf course more enjoyable than difficult . . . aspires to beat Bobby Jones . . . will make an excellent dentist. LOIS HERBERGER "Lo" . . . pleasant disposition . . fun to be with . . . humorous. . .Nlr. Moger's favorite secretary . . co- operative Typing Editor of "FlasH- ingS" . . . sports enthusiast . . . Library Club member . . . plays DORIS HERTELENDY "Butch" . . . petite and sweet . . . publicized Freeport High through News Service . . . reporter for "FlasHingS" . . . intelligent member of Science Club . . . hardworking homeroom manager . . . Senior smooth accordion . . . boating and swimming archeologist. ambition -- enter field of pedia MARiLYN HILKO "Brandy" . . . spirited, fun loving . . . member of Future Homemakers of America . . . played volleyball and badminton . . . four year G.O. ticket holder . . . a fiend for roller skating and bowling . . . ambition is to skate in the Roller Derby. WILLIAM HILLEBRECHT "Bill" . . . friendly, ready smile . . . cross-country captain . . . sang in Sectional All-State Concert . . . President of Courtesy Committee.. . Band manager . . . model builder in free time . . .future propriepor of gas station. Honor Society member . . , will trics. JOAN HOYT Small, dark, attractive . . friend . . . Girls' Chorus four years , . excellent skater . . . enioys swimming, dancing, and bowling . . . staunch Dodger fan . . . wants to be a good secretary for some nice boss. . swell lcv Liaugc 5 .'v qfft 5 '42, ,Q 'ff I-T . '-Mit, Y7 Y . 9 r 4 5 X as ,ff X-X, HOWARD HURLMAN "Howie' '... tall, friendly, witty . ,. enioys music, photography, mechs anics . . . owns a grey Plymouth . . . would like to sail the seven seas, go to college, get a iob and live lavishly. SUZANNE HUELLE petite, poised, very PETER HUMPHREYS "Limie" . . . friendly, intelligent . . came' from England in 1948 . . co-captain of track team . . . ent joys soccer, swimming . . . favorite dish is "mince" . . . has a fabulous collection of birds' eggs . . . hopes to become an architect. "Susie" . . . sweet . . . Chorus and Dance Com- mittee member . . . Red Cross... known for artistic work . . . likes skating, tennis, proms . . . aims to be a fashion designer. DIANE INTRILIGATOR RCBERT JERRAM "Dee-Dee" . . . tall, dark, attractive, "Bob" . . . immaculate dresser . . . friendly smile. . .contributed much good looking . . . unassuming . . . to F. H. S .... active in girls' sports football, basketball, and baseball . . . Assembly Committee, Library . , . likes cars and Saturday nights Club, "FlasHingS" . . . one of the ,, ,enjoys all sports . . .to graduate few Latin IV students . . . plans to from school is his goal. be a fashion buyer. JIM JESTER "Speed" . . . hard working, co- operative, sociable . . . active in GO .... hunting and woodwork- ing are two of his many hobbies . . . speed-minded . . . races both boats and cars . . . sees future in commercial art. ANA JOGISE "Annie' '... quiet, reserved, very polite . .1 conscientious . . . table tennis star . . . plays the piano well . . . very much interested in the language field MARJORIE JOHNSON 'Midge" . . . sociable . . . full of pep . . . member of Girls' and Mixed Choruses . . . likes sports, es- Decially badminton, volleyball . . . member of D. G. E ,,.. enioys music and her job . . . goal to become a nurse. PAUL JOHNSON "California" . . . amiable . . . un- obtrusive . . . friendly manner . . . spends spare time at Randall Park . . . makes his hobby training dogs . . . hopes to make his first million in the field of construction. ROSEMARY JOYCE "Rosie" . . . cute, intelligent . . . loads of fun . . . prominent Band member for tive years . . . Concert Mistress and Student Leader . . . Senior Editor of "Voyageur" . . . News Service Staff . . . Junior and Senior Honor Societies . . . wants to be a teacher. KALIOPE KAYANTAS "Kalle" . . . attractive, dark hair... friendly smile . . . G.O. member . .. Red Cross Representative . . . a skill- ful sewer . . . enioys Martin and Lewis Shows . . . ambition -- to graduate in January and to go to Miss Skinner's Business School. VIRGINIA KEENAN "Ginny" . . . pleasant, gay person- ality . . . sports enthusiast . . . , at ' tizrggt-R 1 J. arf -' . 42552. r f Q 423122 w 1, 555153, 5 Ng Z , te 7 ' ,ith-'Y ,.r V tsstzrsufsz-tlaziawffzs L an n.:nWJ,,, - Q HERBERT JURIST "Herb" . . . swell personality, friend- ly, full of fun . . . Senior Play and Business Publications Staff . . . en- thusiastic over tinkering with cars . . . wants to go to Cornell and to be a bio-chemist. loyal G.O. supporter . . . Red Cross Representative . . . attracted to yel- low convertibles . . . main interest is to get a regents diploma. lg- A CHARLES JONES "Charlie" . . . reserved, friendly personality . . . track team in Junior year . . . meets his "Waterloo" at languages . . . enjoys watching stock car races . . . unusual aptitude for mechanical drawing . . . well suited to be an architect. ms RICHARD KAPSAK "Dick" . . . sociable, cheerful dis- position . . . always ready with an encouraging word . . . competent Jones Beach life guard . . . loyal Dodger fan . . . wants to become a creative writer and to compose a best seller. Q LESLEY ANN KNOLL "Chug' '... good for a barrel of laughs . . . came to Freeport in Junior year . . , active in girls' sports, Assembly Committee and Choruses I , . spent the summer as a lady lifeguard . . . musically in- clined . . . hopes someday to be a Californian. DONALD KOENKE "Uncle Don". . . immaculate dresser . . . sense of humor . . . loyal G.O. member . . . enjoys working on his Ford . . . eager fan of outboard rac- ing . . . lifts barbells . . . aspires to have a roofing and siding business. JOHN KRAMER "Jack" . . . good looking . . . active member of Band . section head of tubas . . . All-State Sectional Orchestra . . . enjoys sporting new Hudsons . . . a fan of most sports . . . hopes to become a high school teacher. RlCl-lARD LAINO "Dick" . . .witty . . . sense of humor . . . fun-loving . . . semi-professional football player . . . enjoys playing basketball with his team, "Bishops" . . . ambition - to graduate from high school. ISAAC LEE "Sky' '... well liked . . . energetic . . . a perpetual comic . . . ardent member of G.O. and basketball squads. . . enjoys learning the lyrics of popular songs . . . an excellent dancer . , . aspires to be a future Nat "King" Cole. RAYMOND LE VASSEUR "Ray" . . . lively personality . . wit- ty . . . transfer from Brooklyn Tech . . . ardent Dodger fan . . . enjoys making souvenirs representing the 'Bums' '... hopes to become a JEAN LAINO Sweet . . . very friendly . . . active in sports . . . glockenspiel player in Band . . . participated in Girls' Chorus, Library Club, Assembly Committee, News Service Staff . . . "Voyageur" Typing Editor . . . aims to be an elementary school teacher. professional ballplayer. LORANE LAMB "Laurie" . . . sociable . . . pleasant manner . table tennis and bowl- ing enthusiast . . . G.O. member . . . Prize Speaking Contest winner ...likes dancing. . . goal is to be successful in real estate. tl AiAL A A. , .,-tw, , tt W -,,,. 1. MONROE LEWIS 'Skippy" . . . one of the dynamic students of F. lfl. S .... always 'eady with an answer . . . speedy nember of track team . . . played sax in Band . . . a great boat racer . . enioys hunting and fishing . . . topes to enter partnership with his iather. 53 EMIL LUCEK "Bubs" . . . fun-loving . . . good- looking . . . sociable . . . part of keystone combination on baseball team . . . member of football squad and "Voyageur" Staff . . . likes duck nunting, Mercury convertibles and speedboats . . . goal - to go to :ollege and to become a millionaire. MARILYN LINCER "Mickie' '... friendly, warm smile . . . vivacious personality . . . likes cool music . . . avid bowler . . . sews stunning creations . . . ex- perience on f'FlasHingS" and News Service Staff bound to make her a successful iournalist. ,7.i.i ANNETTE LINSAY "Netty" . . . cute . . . friendly . . . tireless worker in the High School office . . . enioys dances and foot- ball games . . . always willing to help . . . collecting autographed pictures is her hobby . . . hopes to become a successful secretary. PATRICIA LUSK "Pap" . . . fun loving . . . athletic . . . active member of Band . . . G.O. supporter . . . Courtesy Com- mittee . . . excels in girls' honor teams . . . likes Dodgers . . . wants to get a good iob and buy a new car. country. MORGAN MAC WHINNIE "Mo" . . . popular and active . . . handsome, dresses neatly . . . car- ried pigskin, lacrosse sticks, golf clubs . . . loves Italian foods . . . aspires to be a professional golfer and beat Ben Hogan. GERALDINE MAHER "Gerri" . . . friendly . . . easy-going . . . excels in girls' sports . . . Presi- dent of G. A. A .... Girls' Sports Editor of "Voyageur" . . . leading lady in "Goodbye My Fancy" . . . devoted time to Dance Committee . . .to see the world is her ambition. ELLEN MAHONEY Friendly and vivacious . . . beauti- ful blonde hair. . . constant pleasant smile . . . brightens any classroom . . . dancing enthusiast . . . sees future in the patriotic service of our MARILYN MARINO "Lyn" . . . winning smile . . . fun loving . . . sings with the Senior Girls' and Mixed Choruses . . . "Voyageur" and "FIasHingS" Busi- ness Staff . . . reliable member of Assembly Committee and Red Cross . . . active in sports . . . ambition --- nursing. . 'GU' 'sg-,b is "'ir'N,k.L' U 'f' If ' ' it Et 'fini I7 'i . ijt A -Tgif' ---C231 MARY MCKELVEY "Butterball" . . , lots of fun . . . has an appropriate joke for all occa- sions . . . baseball and football enthusiast. . .enjoys singing, danc- ing . . , wants to become an efficient secretary. 3 ROBERT MARSLAND JEAN MARSTON "Bob" . . . handsome blond . . . "Jeannie" . . . fun to be with . . . sociable . . .friendly . . .industrious oh, that lovely hair! . . . member of head Band manager . . . Band Ex- Courtesy Committee. . . likes book- ecutive Council . . . Staff announcer keeping and humorous people . . . for two years . . . Masque and Wig sews her own stunning creations... . . . enioys the theater . . . future excellent roller skater . . . ambition points to a career in dramatic arts. -to be a successful bookkeeper. GERTRUDE MCKENZIE "Gertie" . . . amiable . . . soft spoken . . . noted for long hair . . . hobbies are saving pennies, knitting . . . dislikes getting up early and staying out late . . . dietetics is her chosen field. NEIL McLELLAN "Mac" . . . always cooperative . . . liked by everyone . . . "Voyageur" Photography Editor and "FlasHingS" Sports Editor . . .sports minded . . . three-year track runner . . . proud owner of a collection of Dixieland and jazz records . . . wants to be a gentleman farmer JUDITH MECKING "Judy" . , . reserved, pleasant dis- position . . . finished school in three years . . . member of Dance Com- mittee, Senior High Assembly Com- mittee and Courtesy Committee . . . sports enthusiast . . . plans to attend college and to travel around the world. MARJORIE MERRILL "Bunny" . . . lively, petite . . . has been active in all girls' sports . . . hockey and basketball honor teams . . . oh those hockey honor team uniforms! . . . Treasurer of Library Club. . . likes the Giants. . . wants to make teaching her profession. 3 RONALD MILLIGAN MARJORIE MILNER Ronnie friendly . . . hard- forking Band manager . . . has cute New Hampshire accent . . ,, n always be seen in Gene's . . . es dancing roller skating . . . islikes teachers Yankees . . . has et civil engineering as his goal. FAITH MINNERLY LEANDER MINNERLY ittle One talented artist . . . nmposite package of fun . . . nart dresser . . active in girls' Jorts enloys dancing, sewing, td cooking member of baskets all class and honor teams . . . ans to become a Fashion Illus- "Lynn". . . attractive, tall, cute smile, . . . member of Courtesy Committee "FlasHingS" Staff . . . cooperative Assembly Committee member . . . collects menus from all parts of the world . . . ambition is to go to college and to swim in Jones Beach Water Ballet. a"'x fi .3 'WK "LeLe" . . . full of life and friendly . . . industrious . . . science and math whiz . . . unusually clever cartoonist . . . one of the Bohack Boys . . . to retire at 35 to live on a ranch in Wyoming is his ambition. PATRICIA MITCHELL "Red" . . . soft spoken . . . oh, that hair! . . . GO. member . . . has a flair for sewing . , . hobby is cols lecting records . . . likes driving and a blue Ford . . . ambition is to be a good secretary. ALICE MORAN "Mick" . . . unassuming . . . lively . . . smart dresser . . . active in girls' sports, softball and basketball honor teams . . . Spanish IV student . . . likes history, vacations . . . enioys reading and dancing . , . Junior Honor Society . . . hopes to become a Spanish secretary. ttfhm MARJORIE MILSTEIN "Midge" . . . lively . . . attractive neat appearance . . . Band member for four years . . . assistant flute section head . . . "FlasHingS" re- porter . . . avid dancer and pianist, holds a dancing crown . . . wants to become a Dental Hygienist. MARGARET MITCHELL "Mitch" . . . pleasing personality... fun to be with . . . loyal G.O. mem- ber . . . activities include bowling, softball, hockey, and table tennis . .. hobbies are photography and paint- ing . . . wants to be a model or airline hostess. 52 DANIEL MURPHY "Murph" . . . livens up all classes . . . witty . . . baseball and basket- ball enthusiast . . . baseball team . . . enjoys working at "Docs" and the "Bums" . . . hopes to become a chef inthe Waldorf. ESTELLE MYSLINSKI "Stan" . . . friendly disposition . . . sparkling smile . . . always has that healthy look . . . member of class teams in volleyball, softball, basket- ball, and hockey . . . aim - to be an animal trainer and tour the West. MARIANNE NACHUM "Snatch" . . . witty . . . fun to I: with . . . GO. member . . . Librar Club . . . excels in the bowling alle . . . hobbies are roller skating bowling, dancing . . . favorites - "The Sports' Grove" and "A Nigi In Venice" . . . will brighten an college campus. ELIZABETH NEARY JOSEPH NICOLETTI "Betty" . . .casual wit. . . congenial, "The Joker" , . , friendly grin . . . pleasant manner . . , Junior Red ready wit . . . will be remembered Cross Representative . . . likes eat- for quick puns in class . . . athletic ing, fun, holidays . . . spends her track man . . . enjoys tennis . . . time concocting new recipes in her mechanically inclined , . . interested kitchen . . . will be a welcome ad- in cars and motors . . . hopes to dition to nursing field. GLORIA NITSCHKE "Nitch' '... blessed with flaming red hair. . . vivacious . . . has parti- cipated in most girls' sports . . . enjoys swimming anol all sports. . . likes to read good books . . . will make her profession that of a sec- retary in an airlines office. ANITA NONEMAKER Winning smile . . . excels in arts and crafts. . .enjoys swimming and Jones Beach . . . capable Courtesy Committee member . . . devoted much time to News Service Staft enter insulating business. . . . hopes to become a commercial artist. NEIL NILSON "Buddy" . . . "from the Ganges" .. has 6 foot 4 inch frame . . . adds tc any gathering . . . member of foot ball, basketball anol baseball scjuaol: . . . enjoys driving through the country . . . wants to own a lot o land in the west. 1 's LAWRENCE OKUN "Big Oak" . . . tall and quiet . . . good natured . . . excels in basket- ball . . . consistent G.O. member . . . likes everyone including Dod- gers . . . wants to become a million- aire playboy or ioin F. B. I. and become a super-sleuth. HELENE PALLEY "Petie" . . . smart dresser . . . participated in girls' sports . . . loyal G.O. supporter . . . enjoys painting and dancing . . . to attend Pratt and become a designer is her ambition. JOHN OLIVER "Speed" . . . quick to flash his friendly smile . . . a true athlete . . . won l95l track award spon- sored by Fathers and Boosters . . . aspires to beat Willy Hoppe some- day . . . hopes for future in the sports world. l,7i-'u 5 L I .cU' - 16-,,,X. L?'f1Wl-ll: N' ' lg' z .J -zi i 1:2 P K Y ?9,,, FRANCES OSTROWSKY "Fran" . . . fun-loving . . . sociable . . .second Vice President of F. H. A. . . . Courtesy Committee, Jr. Red Cross member . . . likes history . . . excellent swimmer . . . her future points to the nursing field. 19" KATHRYN PAOLILLO "Kay" . . . sparkling personality... has a ready smile . . . enthusiastic G.O. ticket holder for three years . . . informative Courtesy Committee member . . . enioys swimming and dancing . . . smart dressmaker . . . no immediate goal. ttt . . , ,,,. W, .L u :aff ALEXANDER PAPAEKONOMO "Al" . . good-looking, dark com- plexion . . .friendly . . . active track and football player . . . Social Sec- retary of Senior Class . . . archery, horseback riding, fishing are en- ioyed by him . . . will be a pros- perous businessman. FLORA PAPAEKONOMO "Little Sis". . . nice smile . . . pleas- ant manner . . . extensive wardrobe hard working Red Cross Represent- ative . . . hobbies are ballet dancing and fishing . . . spends her time in "Hank's" . . . wants to go to Katherine Gibbs. YVETTE PARDOEN "Eve" . . . quiet manner . . . speaks French fluently . . . saxophone play- er in Band . . .Science Club member . . . likes science, math, and pizza ...handy with a needle and thread . . .engineering is the field to which she aspires. L," SALLY PARKER "Sade" . . . sweet personality . . . cute cheerleader . . . Secretary of G.O .... active member of Dance Committee and girls' sports . . . class omcer three years . . . ambi- tion - go to college and become an elementary school teacher. ,cU' 'tgp A 'f gf,- S if 4 i Q 'rf If-'-'ii is-H Silt 'ffgi 7'lii?':I'4,,i . 991.-' JOHN PELLETIER "Dad" . . . witty personality . . . played on the line for the Freeport Red Devils . . . good cartoonist . . . enioys dancing . . . hopes to see the world . . . born traveler . . . plans on ioining the Armed Forces. 9 iyylyyly NED PAVIA "Fortunato' '... dark, good looks . . . fun-loving . . . impish grin . . . athletic . . . track man . . . loyal supporter of G.O .... speaks Span- ish fluently . . . interested in new cars . . . Ned's friendliness will make him an excellent diplomat. VIRGINIA PATTERSON "Ginnie" . . . amiable . . . winning smile . . . interested in sports . . . loyal supporter of G.O. for four years . . . talented artist . . . loves horses . . . expects to miss F. H. S. after graduation . . . ambition - to be a horse trainer. GARY PFLUG HELEN POGGENBURG "Betty" . . . enthusiastic personality . . . loyal G.O. member for four years . . . active in girls' sports . . . neat appearance . . . paints as a hobby . . . ambition is to be a kindergarten teacher. "Lefty" . . , handsome transfer from Valley Stream , . . exceptionally sports-minded . . . athletic member of soccer, baseball, wrestling, and track teams in C. H. S .... likes reading . . . hopes in the future to earn S250 a week. FRANCES POLITO "Lee" . . . vivacious . . . attractive and friendly . . . always dresses smartly . . . generously cares for handicapped children . . . pleasant member of Library Club and Cour- tesy Committee . . . graceful ice skater . . . wants to be a secretary. WILLIAM POWELL "Bill" . . . quiet but alert . . . neat dresser . . . fond of outdoor activ- ti ities . . . enjoys football and basket- ball . . . sports car enthusiast . . . aspires to be an electrical mate in U. S. N. DOROTHY QUICK STEPHEN RATNER l"Dottie" or "Quickie" . . . full of "Beebe" . . . quick wit . . . sharp lpep . . . vivacious personality . . . sense of humor . . . always fun... gsuperior in all girls' sports . . . added life to Tennis Club . . . avid ltalented member of Girls' Chorus fan of Dodgers and boating . . . and Courtesy Committee . . . enthu- bound 10 be a Clever lawyer. siastic Red Cross worker . . . en- ioys dancing . . . arnbition-lnurs- ing. ROBERT RAYNOR "Bob" . . .winning grin . . . modest personality . . . contagious laugh . . . talented musician . . . asset to the Band and track team . . . popu- lar G. O. Treasurer . . . President of Band Council . . . interested in Buick cars . . . Bob will be a suc- cess in any field he enters. MARGARET REILLY f'Margy"...petite, reserved, sweet . . . industrious soliciter for "Voy- ageur" Business Staff . . . member of Courtesy Committee and Library Club . . . a talent for sewing smart sport clothes . . . enjoys fishing . . . will be an efficient dietician. YVONNE REITHEL "Vonnie" . . .full of fun. .. always cheerful . . . very active in girls' sports . . . member of Library Club and Courtesy Committee . . . loyal Dodger fan . . . hopes to attend Texas U .... ambition-a career using Spanish. JACK RAYNOR Tall, dark, and handsome . . . ac- tive in sports . . . captain of foot- ball squad . . . popular class officer for three years . . . Vice President and President of G. O. in Junior and Senior years respectively , , , ar- dent Giant fan . . . will be a success in any field. ALBERTA RAU "Al" , , , fun-loving and vivacious . . . enthusiastic about the Dodgers . , . spends time swimming, skating and fishing . . . wants to be either a WAVE or a fine secretary. FAY REGAN "Chick" . . . petite and blond . . . clarinetist in Band for four years . . . friendly disposition . . . hobby is collecting pennants . . . noted for her large wardrobe . . . will be remembered for her colored nail polish . . . aspires to be a nurse. L JOHN REMSEN JR. CYNTHIA RIGBY "Jolt'n" . . . has a winning per- sonality . . . fun to be with . . . likes sports, especially football and 3 t ROSE ROCCO "Cindy" . . . cute . . . popular... "Rock" . . . sweet disposition . . . contagious enthusiasm . .friendly quiet , , , unobtrusive , , . smart student leader . . . efficient home- dresser , , , se-ws her own chic lacrosse . . . President of Senior room manager . . . "FlasHingS" creations . . . active bowler . . . Class . . . ambition is to be a boat reporter in Senior year . . . enioys enioys football games . . . terrific designer. popular music . . . terrific dancer dancer . . . ambition-to be a legal . . . will be an understanding secretary and later get maried. doctor. WALTER T. ROHAN FRED ROSE Friendly addition to F. H. S. from Pleasant, reliable pal . . . ready Xavier Military Academy . . . guitar smile . . . loyal, four year member player . . . likes sports and popular of G. O .... proud owner of many music - - . good Cl6HC6r . . - WBHTS rare tropical fish . . . baseball fan to enter the real estate field. . . . successful future insured by his honest and hard-working man- ner. JOSEPH SAITTA "Ace" . . . tall . . . dark complexion , . . spirited . . . sense of humor . . . likes cars, fishing, good iokes . . . hopes to enter the real estate field or become a well-known builder. WILLIAM SCHLEGEL "Bill" . . . nice to know . . . quiet manner . . . agreeable . . . sports enthusiast . . . Varsity football player . . . hobbies are fishing and hunting . . . pet-peeves - loud mouths and flashy clothes . . . wants to attend college and study Horticulture. JOAN ROSE Friendly, cute blonde . . , helpful supporter of the G. O. for four years . . . cuts a cute figure on the roller skating rink . . . hopes to have an active career in the busi- ness world. ., is I DOROTHY SCHMIDT "Dot" . . . warm smile . . . grace- ful blonde . . . always modest . . . active in all girls' sports . . . keeps complete minutes for the Science Club . . . member of the Honor Societies . . . ardent camera en- thusiast . . . plans a career in en- gineering. 53 JOAN SCHREIBER "Shorty" . . . reserved, sweet . . . plays badminton, archery, volley- ball . . . active tennis player . . . music lover . . . likes open air theaters . . . hopes to be a married secretary. .QW ' fb f""1rAN'-Lit ,U 'ff - .id uf, .2 -43 '-lil N9-'li 'F' llqrf . '-:ASE I' ,ff .R Kkggjjf. HARRIET SCHUBERT "Terry" . . . friendly newcomer to F. H. S .... soccer enthusiast . . . was a cheerleader for school's soccer team . . . active basketball player . . . will make a wonderful housewife. - -L ANTOINETTE SCIRICA ROSALIND SCOPINICH JOAN SEAMAN "Toni" . . . petite and vivacious "Lindy" . . . vivacious . . . spark- ,"Joanie" . . . reserved, but warm . . . loyal G. O. member . . . ling personality . . .an enthusias- personality . . . very cute . . . talented artist . . . hobby is col- tic, friendly, warm smile . . . ac- friendly grin . . . member of Lib- lecting records . . . likes Dodgers tive in sports . . . G. A. A. officer rary Club . . . enioys collecting and Italian food . . . dislikes Leo . . . collects stamps . . . excep- records . . . hopes to be a suc- Durocher . . . plans to travel and tional swimmer . . . an excellent cessful, married secretary. to teach art. driver . . . as an engineer, Lindy hopes to design the new F. H. S. RHEA SEGRETO Courteous, amiable, energetic . . . pleasure to know . . . ardent mem- ber of bowling team . . . fond of U dancing and New York's mountain scenery,. . . destined to become a first-rate nurse in any leading hos- pital. - . ,... .... ALAN SHALER ' i' gggyy : H L sis ' E sl ,, . "AI" . . . quick wit . . . lively sense ' A 'l" ' .1r.' of humor . . . lends his voice to the Mixed Chorus . . . alert mem- ber of News Service Staff . . . 5 ' Sr x L 3 5 31? -Mm, 3 T, ,y V, , I J? 4 J 2 3 1 ff- -2' QM i Giant fan . . . a very talented pianist . . . enioys Broadway musi- cals . . . hopes to be a doctor. ERNEST SHERMAN "Ernie" . . . friendly addition to F. H. S. in Junior year . . . alert mind . . . excellent writer . . . quiet but witty . . . Feature Re- porter of "FlasHingS" . . . shrewd chess player . . . ambition - to be a free-lance writer. 'ct-I' f,,.T5igx A ,'1f-,,-,'t,'L' S Nl .4 l ,U 'ff If . .i it E QM, ,,5 7 s .4 1 Q ' 'e 99 EDWARD SLANE . . . fun to be with . . . sense of humor . . . pleasing voice . . . tops in sharp-shooting . . . rnem- ber of All-Scholastic Rifle Team . .. active in Masque and Wig . . . outdoor type . . . likes hunting and fishing . . . should be an excellent pilot. uEdu , use , A .,iftfg:ffe 1 ' . ,,., , CONRAD SIGWART "Baron" . . . friendly . . .curly hair . . . easy to get along with . . . enjoys roller skating and dancing . . . makes a hobby of fishing and hunting . . . aims to be a poultry farmer. 9 DESSIE SIMMONS Quiet, unassuming . . . sings witl Mixed and Girls' Choruses . . . loya supporter of G. O .... enioy watching movies both in the theate and on T. V .... ambition-un decided . . . will make either 1 good housewife or nurse. s c A 3 is 'Y lx Q 3 r in I , ' .. 53: Ei I, -ef ' "- 2:5355 . .KM kk -.,6'..'eE Y ft K 5 Ill rife has FRANKLIN SMITH "Smitty" . . . quiet, soft spoken... enioys dancing and listening to latest mombo records . . . has a ready, friendly smile . . . hopes to become a successful business man. GEORGE SMITH "Smitty" . . . reserved . . . likeable and pleasant . . . athletic rnernbe of both football and baseball team . . . enjoys folk tune records . . ambition-to ioin the Navy, NOYES W. SMITH in Air Forces. J twenty-five. "Hawk" . . . known for lively per- sonality and quick wit . . . mis- chievous smile . . . likes sharp records . . . headed for enlistment PETER SMITH "Pete" . . . pleasant fellow . . . tall and good-looking . . . shy, but winning grin . . . athletic member of J. V. baseball team . . . baseball and bowling are rnain interests... ambition-to be a millionaire at PETER STAROS "Pete" . . . tall, dark, and hand- some . . . broad shoulders . . . former Band member . . . enioys iam sessions . . . good swimmer . . . likes to travel . . . ambition- to own a night club and hit the Irish sweepstakes. GERALD STOODLEY "Stud" . . . brilliant, quick mind, friendly grin . . . member of Jr. Honor Society and President of Senior Honor Society . . . G. O. Representative in Sophomore year . . . plays football and lacrosse for F. H. S .... destined to be a suc- cessful physicist. PATRICIA SULLIVAN "Patsy" . . . cute, pleasant . . . beautiful red hair . . . finished high school in three years . . . hobby-summer school . . . Dance Committee . . . Assembly Commit- tee . . . Handbook Staff . . . badminton, volley ball, archery, basketball . . . goal-to go to college. SYLVIA THOMAS "Syl" . . . ready and winning smile . . . warm and sincere manner... capable member of Girls' Chorus, Assembly Committee, News Service Staff, and Library Club . . . ambi- tion-to attend Katherine Gibbs.. . bound to make a pleasant secretary. RONALD TRAPANI "Jibrone" . . . fun-loving . . . dark and good looking . . . his constant grin has won many friends . . . water sports, fishing, boating, and swimming, are his main inter- STANLEY TESSLER "Stan" . . . always cheerful . . . unassuming . . . friendly grin... active member of the Science Club . . . science his foremost interest . . . likes bowling . . . hobby- raising tropical fish . . . hopes to be a bacteriologist. ests. . . hopes to own a boat like Guy Lombardo's someday. ELIZABETH STUHLMILLER "Winky" . . . sociable and friendly . . . sincere smile . . . loves music . . . talented pianist and active chorus member . . . expert on roll- er skates . . . will be an ardent stu- dent at college. , , ,ll V, FRANCES THOMAS "Fran" . . . vivacious . . . fun- loving . . . sports enthusiast . . . leading athlete on F H. S. basket- ball, table tennis, softball, archery teams . . . popular G. O. Repre- sentative of G. A. A .... ambition -to ioin W. A. F. luis if ii ROBERT TREICHLER "Tex" . . . sense of humor . . . straight forward . . . original . . . ingenious mechanic with autos, es- pecially his '4O Mercury . . . good swimmer . . . enioys Broadway shows . . . hopes to own an auto parts shop in the East. ADA TYSON "Cathy" . . . sweet-tempered . . . quiet charm , . . sincere and reli- able . . . loyal G. O. supporter... expert in knitting and sewing . . . Ada is bound to be a successful social worker. HENRY UMAN "Hank" . . . good-looking . . . sincere and ambitious . . . modest . . . Vice President of Masque and Wig . . . Treasurer of Science Club . active member of track, cross country and bowling teams . . . after graduation from M. l. T., Hank hopes to be an engineer. JOAN USEDALO "Joanie" . . . fun-loving . . . cute and trim . . . soft spoken . . . pleasant to know and nice to be with . . . enthusiastic about roller skating and boats . . . hopes to be ,ilu . ,K EDWIN TURANSKY "Eddie" . . . friendly . . . always "on the ball" . . . fun to be with . . . vigorous cross country and track athlete . . . avid book col- lector . . . future T. V. star . . . after attending Cornell, Eddie wants to hitch hike across U. S. A. CHESTER UIBERALL "Chet" . . .hearty good nature... sociable . . . has a big smile for everyone . . . active on basketball ancl baseball teams . . . Yankee fan . . . has decided yen for the good things in life . . .will be the first cheerful millionaire. a bookkeeper or designer. RUSSELL TUTHILL "Tut" . . . reserved and pleasant disposition . . . unassuming man- ner . . . gifted Att Editor of "Voy- ageur' '... staunch Yankee fan . . . spends his spare time doing exceptional art work . . . Russ will someday be a leading cartoonist. JOAN ULIP "Dodo" . . . vivacious . . . sports smart clothes . . . faithful member of Red Cross and Courtesy Com- mittee . . . expert horseback rider . . . loves motor boats and football games . . . ambition - to be a secretary. .A f A -as 1 i 1i 3 QU' J X 5 ' f '61- .Owl-f,.Q!iiA ft.-tilt val '7'x ci 1 f , x, ANNA vALLoNE Dolviimic VANGELI BARBARA VERITY "Ann" . . . radiant . . . animated and vivacious . . . has dark-haired loveliness and sophisticated ward- robe . . . amazing energy on bad- minton, basketball, and volleyball teams . . . terrific ice skater and swimmer . . . ambition-to be a water skier. BARBARA VERSFELT "Bobby" . . . sparkling smile . . . infectious laugh . . . restless and vivacious charm . . . leading athlete on girls' honor teams . . . expert at all water sports . . . hopes to be featured in a water skiing show. dark, handsome . . bowling and fishing enthusiast . . .interested in . owns a flashy . is striving diploma. "Dom" . . . tall, . . . industrious . smooth cars . . green convertible . . for a high school BARBARA VESELY "Bobby" . . . disarming smile , , charming laugh . . . modest in man- ner . . . sweet-tempered . . . talented pianist . . . active in girls' sports . . . avid stamp collector... enioys good music plus modern dancing . . . hopes someday to tour Europe by bicycle. "Bobbie" . . . lovely smile . . . pleasing to the eye . . . winning personality . . . consistent O. O. member . . .excellent swimmer... enioys ice skating and knitting... adores her baby sister . . . goal-A to get married. THOMAS VIRZI "Tom" . . . tall . . .amiable . . . G. O. member for four years . . favorite sports include bowling, basketball, baseball . . . hobbies are fishing and boating . . . goal- to pilot jet planes. GAIL VVAUGH A quiet charm all her own . . . blonde and lovely . . . came to us from Forest Hills High as a sophomore . . . active member of chorus . . . enioys teaching Sunday School . . . Gail's sincerity is a key to her popularity everywhere. JOAN WERDANN Petite . . . delightful personality . . . . popular twirler . . . G. O. Representative of Senior Class . . . active Band member . . . Literary Editor of Voyageur . . . Secretary of Senior Honor Society . . . Assis- tant Editor of News Service Staff . . . ambition-to climb the Matta- horn. JEAN LOUISE WERNER Quiet, well-mannered, friendly . . . active participant in all girls' sports . . . diligent Homeroom Manager . . . creative sewing ability . . . excellent roller skater . . . aim-to be a married secretary. .sU"Jf-. A 1 K " L QM -f..s', Epqlll, .2-Zh vig: 'ST' 99 VIRGINIA WILLIAMS "Toddy" . . . athletically inclined . , . hockey honor team . . . basket- ball, volleyball, and softball star... talented pianist . . . likes cooking and sewing . . . hopes to become a secretary. GEORGE L. WETTLAUFER "Punky" . . . friendly . . . lots of fun . . . talented flutist . . . loyal Band member, Band council two years . . .tennis star . . . hobby is prestidigitation...likes Dodgers, ice skating . . . has set no goal. I ROBERT WILLETS "Bob" . . . friendly personality... has a ready smile . . . possesses that pleasing voice heard over the Public Address system . . . en- thusiastic debater . . . enjoys danc- ing, movies, and football . . . hopes to become a minister. fd" ,, g.g,yJ y A f i..t I fir 'f Z VII X S ., MARY WILLIS "Willy" . . . petite and sweet . . . enthusiastic F. I-I. S. booster at foot- ball games . . . talkative and fun to be with . . . likes roller skating and hot rods . . . will brighten any field she chooses to enter. DAVID WOLSK "Dave" . . . keen, alert wit . . . intelligent Vice President of Science Club . . . member of Band and Treasurer of Opera Guild . . . en- ioys skiing in New England . . . hopes to be a veterinarian or an engineer. DOLORES WURTZEL "Lolly" . . . a born leader . . . friendly, keen-minded Editor-in- Chief of "Voyageur" . . . "Flas- Hings" News Editor . . . Treasurer of Senior Honor Society . . . dili- gent Assembly Committee member . . . future lawyer and possibly a Supreme Court Justice. ANNE YARROW Poised . . .her radiance inspires con- fidence . . . "FlashHingS". Copy Editor . . . Junior and Senior Honor Societies . . . Treasurer of Sopho- more and Junior classess . . . ex- ceptionally talented violinist . . . we will someday see Anne on the concert stage. X This . ,. .5 Q I at Q 1 1 , K, ,ix .. , -- -, WALTER YENTSCH "Stubby" . . . energetic. . . sociable . . . fine sense ot humor . . . hard- working captain ot baseball squad . . . brawny "T" center . . . swim- ming and girls are among his tav- orite pastimes . . , sees a successful AUDREY ZAJIC Charming personality . . . friendly . . . sense ot humor . . . soccer and volleyball enthusiast . . . collects glass animal figurines . . , likes roller skating and yellow converti- bles . . . will surely make a pleasant tuture in farming. SECVGTGFY. MICHAEL ZEICHNER "Mike" . . , soft-spoken . . . and ambitious . . . clever sincere Science Club member . . . Junior Honor Society . . . alert . . . "FlasHingS" reporter . . . industrious Homeroom Manager . . , photography and stamp collecting his hobbies . . . has hopes ot hanging out an M. D. shingle. ' HOWARD ZIPPER "Howie" . . . quick wit, sense ot humor . . . athletic member ot A Tennis Club, rifle and bowling , - FIIJX 'tr teams . . . Science Club . . . enjoys "S ,hll - golf, boating, and swimming . . . ff - hopes to attend M. I. T. and major in math. ' g W,f,gf,ff -Y K Q :fvQf--f"Tt2?faif-'Q 0 C' I , Q 0 i,--, wif: Z SHUTTER si-iY if I yy f U ,gi I,-I gig. 1 " ff f i ttf' lil' ' 't' il 'Hi ,llifffx 1 ,yy ,iq I I i In 54 y iyfiiy it I Ji 5 ,Aa lfti IV it '1 I ' l I Z I W iff, ix., ri ,Z sf' ,gi J CAROL ARMSTRONG I JOAN BROWN JERRY CARRY JACK CAVANAUGH ALICE HANNA ROBERT HEDLUND ROBERT KOST THOMAS MOORE BARBARA TRAYER Best Personality Most Likely To Succeed Most Popular Grace Disch - Jack Raynor Dolores Wurtzel - Jerry Stoodley Jack Raynor - Grace Disch n.nl- l ii Best Smile Most Versatile Sally Parker - Jack Raynor Bob Raynor - Mczrleigh Chandler Fun To Be With - Wittiest BBS? Figvfe Most Attractive Carol Chichetti - Bob Marsland Hal Canfilli - Mary Dodd Jack Raynor - Ann Billmeyer Best Dressed Mutt and Jeff Cutest Couple June Rose Fisher - Hal Cantilli Carol Chicheni . Jack Raynor Grace Disch - Johnny Remsen Most Athletic Most School Spirit Lindy Scopinich - Jack Raynor Grace Disch - Jack Raynor Most Original Best Actress and Actor Most Talented Tom Forbes - Carol Chichetti Pat Bliss - Bob Marsland Anne Yarrow - Ed Everett X lllllllll ! Sitting left to right: Sally Dumper, Kenneth Vought, Mr. Eric Smithner. Standing left to right: Charles l.ink, Joseph Cleary, Ronald Coughlin, Richard Darcey. Sitting left to right: Laura Cannon, Gail Remsen, George Ringer, Miss Ruth More. Standing left to right: Robert Cerko, Pauline West, Larry Hurlbert. ll if, i 47' S l Underclass Ufficers '55 Sitting left to right: Ellen Mayer, Peter Erwin, Joyce Devlin. Standing left to right: Miss Ella Davies, Joan Alcorn, Sharon Phillips, George Bird. l 5, ,SE 6' Home Room 211 QNOOYOQSEAYQOW Mr. Eric Smithner 6 X09 ,gioffxs Q06 VNS Class 5 Home Room 213 Miss Mabel Skinner O 4411 P9007 U! JO,-M554 Home Room 216 Miss Mabei White V 58 Horne Room 219 19007 Mr. Donald Costlow 44,3 6' ,P ' 5093-,?O'b 22 woo 0 dcock ul '54 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President ....A.,.......... Vice President ....., Secretary ....,,....... Treasurer ........,4.i,,. Social Secretary ...... G. O. Representative Faculty Advisor . Home Room 224 Miss Jean Schall ,J ...r.,.Kenneth Vought ......Ronald Coughlin ,..,....Joseph Cleary i,,.,..Richard Darcey ..,.....Cl'1arles Link .........cSally Dumper ......Mr. Eric Smithner ,V 1i I 2 A lit ... 2 '.:ci,,Wa, V ,LVV ., A V if 1 - Q L ' 1 - 7+-'er , ,' v .,., X 15 f ,". ' lj if :QQ .:, .. - PXX xi V 2 Q' faoolo WBC' rir' 2 S fi Oaegxaer Z rr- tu s " L-ff - N95 ,-:. Q ' It it N lA " S i' S' ,iiis 1 ' tir " . rrs 5 ,S 59 W' 6' Home Room lOl Mr. Samuel Wikander X05 QQ Qoorexxe do 1 wolf CWM U we SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President .,...,,... ..e, ,,,e.e. . . George Ringer Vice President ,..... Secretary .rr. r....... ,.r....Gail Remsen ,r....Laura Cannon Treasurer 4..rr .r....,..... .....r R o bert Cerko Social Secretary .r,.. ...., ......, P a uline West G. O. Representative .....,.r..Larry Hurlbert Faculty Advisor ,..,.r.......... Miss Ruth More Om 44,38 190007 I Ve 07 'P 066075 Home Room 109 Miss Claudia Buckovich r ff f ' 3' S ., X ,wx lg M ,AW, gay 5,5 ' , ff w r.-13 -A' yr. M My , Wm "' -rw N -"X HfQ'?frw2y?m.,w Q5 A K 4, in WX A QR ., 7' --be 5 A e R, ' J o f , Q2 sli me ,,4 f 19' Home Room 111 ,Lf 'rf' " ,QYQL Sy .qv F , Mr. Russell Terry 44,0076 4, 4 iv 6'feS'7l,115 ' . K' f ir W gq, "if M-R Ubbafof , . 4' ' o MN A2 4-f K H. Home Room 117 Miss Velnetfe Sickels Home Room 121 Mrs. Charlofte Carmen P' OoY0.Xcy.6 ad 9040 we WS' Og we' fy 44,0076 Wi. Q gl I . mr, - Y: - -if , - f. , 5, ,f ,--V . ffm 9 fu Wrviirf .7 my 3 5. X H2- awi -f . if 1 ? . , ,Q .,,V am , , ., r,,.-is . 15' A -A vs V w - if 1. 7 . 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Home Room 122 Mr. Vincent Zuaro Peter Erwin r. .Joyce Devlin ..s,sElIen Mayer ......George Bird ,Sharon Phillips ,.r,..Joan Alcorn Miss Ella Davies V kr 5:2 yi - a t - QSM- - 'W -1" i ' va W6 P Q P 4. q l A ,. A Ac . G f . Q, r: , ' i f , , 'rg Yi' fp V- ' f l 3' - 3 'MM A M P R., la Z M 4 ' ig l ll W. M 1 , W E ' E, if if W E ,cn . M g lr' N ,r,: - 1 siillllf aww Home Room 112 Miss Elizabeth Clowes C 3- 2 O dfgii f' as it 0 Q it ,fallen Z H5 Q00 xgxx-3,0 'M kg! lmhyw ' :HT - K In W W A at ' all Q T " , ' ,f','!',y xi f'1 X A ,xy " Qin it u Q ' P ' , fj ili V YXOYVXIXQXOY fr .a Y it I in P v 'S' 44113376 ,Q l 'Q We .,,5aW,y: K-' " ' J ,,:,,, Q ll f .V-If l yawn, .i grgy V Q.. :A Q A 'szllllgwik ' ' :mg -I ,. -I - "1 -:.: gi ' A L., q,'1Rf'4 -- ' '41 S :ff N., .,,. , ve 'ef 7' L ' I 'Z' . .:, R MM M E ., g W -- it-is ,,if WW V u L si lm 1' J 7 ' 1 W sin' 5 - 7 , , , , K '- A , . . A 'J-' ' 'll 5 vlwfl ' -' ' ll f . '11 5' rar ' A f I, is K X I L f y t .1 1? 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'hA, . 1 4 11 1-iff' is fi f f "',........,, 1... " , 2, ' fi 221 wil Home Room 135 Miss Hazel Hack Y?" V 2 , I , ' ' - Xq' KV- VW 2' 'AS .. gp N, , 10010 6 CAB . ' " 'X Y , Y we Q00 Ai ,H U rt I if is lk 90. 5 QXO , " 1 ,111111 1 Q ,, , -P 332 A ' " f 'R , ' ..f . - - tif A J ? -. fy. ' ' s - , . JA 65 A41-S. S Q0 Home Room 227 B ow rflggeet Mr. Robert Smith we QOQQPKZK '60 N9 VNS' - 5 Y Y,, , . .fit im K' w Q. , ' 'ff , Qi mim i gi' .egos f.-A..-A SQL ,,. N ,. M frtwag gkwwr M f 75 -MM if 5 i HSS U is f s i is 2 if .Y I X .:,v ii , tag W... A K1 if " i an i "" Home Room 229 Miss Doris Nickerson Home Room 231 Miss Louise Seiiz Om 440131037 2 S 66 4 1 if mf.R"'m fx I N kk ,, ' 5 f ' m x , V ,. .W KN 8 W gf , 'mm 34, N A ' . ,mf Home Room 232 o,,7 I ff- Mr. James Crisafulli 4449. 2190 WJWI WI 0. SZ 'Q 0 . 57124:-. f cg. .. ..0 . ,Q .. ii :l- :'?'! Q 'Q - 331' fq".Q - .f, 21.103 , E ' ' S 4 ,vs 4, X , .s 1, s 4 ' 44? 4' 'P was 4 JG '?o'v' -v 1 .paw .th Za oo 1. 4 nf ,.3.0.,. xg. ,. L .,qO0Q.v wg 45:33 '-.vox 'fa me A... '- 0 'dar 4 " 1 4 4. . I X 5 2 S . S V 5 ,- V 9 S - , 4, 'Q'0' 1 : Home Room 235 Miss Anne Estock x I .1 H., wx i w :vm 1, 5. , ,fl sw , JH ff ' Rf - ,W K, X Qiiff - V , f . -X 'S' if f 5 K QQ 1 xi? A gk N O V V ,ft JEL, V o.s6,h"7 23 is Or, 3 -fpw -J. 1, Q OI-fm, 0,85 f J P fy" Li' 1 ,Q ggi I Z ' 1 I' :il ff f 'TX A t 139' K do X4 Xkowiixet Bo W' 3 if 1 'X fig , Y , sf 1 5 f 5 Y .W nf QE ,mf 8, fx -gl, Q E ,KY '- fi Ex .Q-I A' W' 67 af 1 J , ff' ELASSHUUM EANDIDS Miss Maud Constables Arr Class Mr. Joseph Devlm s Wood Shop Class Miss Jean Schall s Typing Class VUYAGEUR EDITORIAL ST!-XPP Senior year, the grueling Variety Show rehear- sals, the pride in our Senior Play, and finally that slow, maiestic march at graduation - all these in- cidents which are the very spirit of F.H.S. we have attempted to embody in the 1953 Voyageur. Some- times it was difficult to express our exact thoughts and memories in terms of layouts and copy, other times the innovations we planned frightened and baffled us. Although during those doubtful mo- ments we were willing to return to comfortable and conservative methods, we kept on because we felt that you, the Class of '53, would want a truly individual Voyageur. Yet this staff, like any other yearbook group from time immemorial, was torn by arguments and trials. Perhaps it was only Joanie, who, as Literary Editor, had given up trying to decipher someone's copy, or Neil, who realized too late that the photo- grapher's schedules had never been compiled. But there was always Emil, our peacemaker, who wrote sports copy with one hand and smoothed our furrowed brows with the other. Jean was virtually "our girl Friday" who besides typing copy, never forgot to call the printer or remind us of various meetings. Russ was the quiet one, he'd say little and then arrive at the next meeting with a col- lection of breathtakingly beautiful drawings. Gerri had the art of making us laugh in crises, as Girls' Sports Editor she knew the latest gossip from the locker rooms and kept us well-informed. Evelyn, typing diligently, was the phenomenon, she re- mained a lady, never raising her voice through our more heated tiffs. There was' Lea who eagerly refilled our digestive systems with pretzels and licorice and satisfied our curiousity with all the club happenings. Rosie, or Rosemary in her more sedate moments, worked over her pages like a mother bear guarding her cubs. The pages are, of course, the Senior Band section. However, the whole staff is united on one point: that we owe the final results, the very essence of our yearbook, to Mrs. Albert, who miraculously endured our tantrums, changes of mind, and even our occasional apathy, to guide us in producing this book. And so we end those cherished years at Free- port High School. -If in the future this book will aid you in recalling nostalgically those precious, fleeting moments of high school life, then we will have accomplished the supreme task of a year- book staff: to enclose between the two covers of a book the very spirit of our Alma Mater. DOLORES WURTZEL .. i.. .J . .,,.. , ...af-,,,.fv an. .. JS in .,,.. A ,, . H , nw V - hm: 1 A A Ml lll Senior The pinnacle of success for every senior is induction into the Senior National Honor Society. Only the fifteen per cent membership is entitled to wear the gold emblem of this organization, the keystone bearing the flaming torch with the letters C. S. L. S. inscribed on its base. These letters stand for the four cardinal principles of the Honor Soci- ety - Character, Scholarship, Leadership, and Service. Using these basic principles as a guide for life and a successful future, these students truly have taken one of the first steps in "hitching their wagon to a star." lNiATl AL HU UH HONOR Society l f is .f" SU IIIETIES Junior A high point of the year for all 8th and 9th grade students is gaining membership into the Jr. Honor Society. Having as its principles Scholarship, Character, Leadership, and Service, the Jr. Honor Society has within its ranks the future leaders of the school and the community. Executive Committee The G. O. Executive Com- mittee is composed of our principal, five faculty mem- bers, and the elected G. O. officers. Organized about six- teen years ago, this committee regulates the increasingly complex financial structure of the G. O. EE EBL UH GANIZATI U QA Council The G. O. Council under the expert leadership of Mr. Henry Chemnitz makes all final decisions on the policies of the General Organization. The G. O. officers, the repre- sentatives of G. O. activities, and the G. O. representatives of the six classes composing this committee try to solve the problems connected with run- ning our many school activi- ties. M Saw- - - mm M. 1, f1:,'.w.'.'M, p72',13'!f2 257514 ff- 1 ff !l"1"4' 2741 .1 f ,Z , Y ff If 1 X. ifg , X ' ,V Z 1 " V ' . Jfiffjrw 4 . , ' fi-""' , - 533' x WSE!!! Y x H Ywxx 935 N. x F1 xg -525' sl X A' W7 if Xfmy 1 jg, N f . Xxx. Q51 V! A xx Z ,f ' 4 , , X ' ff N x J li.. X F -X "ff ,' WI, '. ku 'Y W ' QM f 1 X ' ' 1 Nxt . K X ,gets A N ? . "Y ' W MXN m , ilhiiiig NAV. X vi X-:Q-'ff' s.g5SgQa3g.,N xffazfsffsr wxgz- igg' - - !1gfWf1'sl. lvafif . , k ' 1" K' 5 S r . -3 L gi J +2 1: a , 14 in 1 z L MASQUE AND WIG of FREEPORT HIGH SCHOOL Presents H oo LIe n,'fancxI" CAST of appearance V Patricia Blwss Marlelgh Chandler Patncia Gardner Barbara Bond Rosarnond Whxte Steven Ratner, Howard Zipper Peter Staros Cecxle Mc Mahon Dotores Halousko Gerri Maher Myrna Kaplan Lemma Cushmore Barbara Stewart, Paula Munkelt Norma Powers, Barbara Doeshner Peter Cattano Herbert Jurist Robert Raynor Robert Morsiand Crowe Gftswold Joseph Bofrwd W wwf if--:xg ..,e fun 1 , f L Qi, , "H News Service Staff When passing 104 Monday afternoons, students can see News Service Staff members writing scoops and typing news releases. The staff members with the able assistance of Mrs, Mar- garet Beck keep local papers sup- plied with F. H. S. news. s f? E 2 f , 3, 1 ,, ma-lt, . dirt- J- f, 5 F FlasHingS After deadlines are breathless- ly met and the dummy completey laid out, "FlashHingS" at last can go to press! This year under the supervision of Mr. Stanley Vin- cent the six exciting issues were filled with school news, features, stories, and more pictures than ever before. Intraclass Red Cross Council This group of charitable, hard- working Red Cross representa- tives supervise the filling of Christmas boxes for the children overseas and Christmas stockings for the veterans at Northport Hospital. Their capable advisors are Miss Lilah Cushman and Miss Florence Clark. Library Club These helpful, smiling girls under the watchful eye of Miss Olive Swan assist all knowledge- seekers including students and teachers. They keep the library in order and aid in its arrange- ment. ,4- lf X NH' 4' ,v I Courtesy Committee This helpful and friendly com- mittee serves as F. H. S.'s wel- come to all visitors. This year the number of guides was in- creased to five students each per- iod by the faculty advisor, Miss Maud Constable. This reorgan- ization increases the efficiency of guiding strangers throughout the Jr.-Sr. High Scool. 1 E 1.3, ii P. A. Announcers A fine start to every day is the cheerful "Good Morning" greet- ing given to F. H. S. by members of this reliable troupe. With the advice of Mr. Henry Burnett, the announcers keep the students and the teachers informed of meetings and events around the school. 1' i Senior Homeroom Managers These energetic representa- tives from senior high home- rooms are the wheels of the G. O. wagon which help to keep this organization rolling. Their efficiency is best displayed in the distribution of "FlasHingS", "Voy- ageur", and the collection of money for G. O. tickets. v . 1 - if f ,f ft V' L ' fa! . -- .. 72 -T 5' 1 2 ' 0' 'T 'nP"'20..0.,,,:,. . Dance Committee Hunting for new dance themes and creating catchy rhymes keep these enthusiastic, hardworking members of the Dance Commit- tee striving toward their goal of presenting bigger and better F. H. S. dances. They are supervised by Miss Vivian Bird. x ,nly 1 1. a. 2 asf? iggay 4 . . .-..M,,,.. 7 kiiligixig if fi ,- 1 E ' ri, s K2 M K ui Y 2 3 1 T gig fl . g5gigf1giS,gW"-i"ii t T Science Club Ili M 'rt' i 'U " 'A ' Under the guidance of Mr. Paul Jordan this group of F. H. S.'s budding scientists meets weekly to discuss the latest sci- entific developments. Often mov- ies, experiments, and demon- strations concerning every field of science are shown. ' T' WW f.:-gf! QMMM Junior Homeroom Managers These diligent 7th, 8th and 9th graders work to promote G. O. sales in their homerooms. They do a creditable iob of keep- ing Junior High students well informed by distributing all is- sues of "FIasHingS". 81 Senior Future Homemakers of America These girls serve as hostesses at Board of Education teas, school cake sales, and faculty teas. Mrs. Alma Rowley trains These girls for their careers as future home- makers. Business Publications Staff This indispensable troupe of ace ad-hunters tramp the streets of Freeport scouting for ads to support "FlasHingS" and "Voya- geur". Under the direction of the business advisor, Mr. Robert Smith, they waged a successful campaign to keep these publi- cations out of the red. " ,i ff WW :f-fgicx A 33' , 'gli in , Senior Assembly Committee This creative, sedulous group arranges schedules for all Sr. High Assemblies. Under the di- rection of Miss Jane Groden and Miss Claudia Buckovich, they have succeeded in bringing to F. H. S. many top-notch assem- blies. Programs this year in- cluded Herman Stenzler's Band, the "Colgate 13", and the very inspiring annual Inter-Faith Cler- gy Assembly, ffll yl!' 3 iirpffifzf- T ' ' '70,--., -. 5F flifkfif Tliivxiizg g y' "" ' TT?-5-5.-.'f:j , -. .mm -rlridiilll Junior Orchestra This organization of young, aspiring musicians are working diligently toward their goal of forming a senior orchestra in F. H. S. Under the guiding baton of Dr. J. Maynard Wettlaufer they performed for the first time at one of the Sunday Afternoon Concerts. ? 9. - 5 .. -- q"1g 41. ' ire, Ag -4- ' 'ff-: W I ' " '1- l T , . Junior Assembly Committee This group of Junior High students aided by the indispen- sable advice of Mrs. Rosamond Javorsky plan and present all iunior high assemblies. The re- sult is always the best in educa- tional entertainment. Junior Future Homemakers of America This cheery, helpful group of domestically talented girls col- lects canned goods for needy families, designs ceramic pins and table decorations at Christ- mas and makes "Friends around the world" through the medium of pen pals. They are advised by Miss Betty May Greening. On a cold, brisk December morning an air of expectancy hovers over the high school auditori- um. As the rear doors slowly open, many femin- ine voices can be heard in the distance singing "O Come, Emanuel". After this impressive intro- duction, girls in chorus gowns holding lighted candles proceed down the middle aisle two by two singing in beautiful harmony "Adeste Fi- delis". This traditional Christmas processional is a highlight of the school year not to be for- gotten by either the student body or the chorus. This outstanding F. H. S. musical organiza- tion also performs at the First Sunday Afternoon Concert and is featured at the Spring Concert where the entire group of approximately lO5 voices bedeck the F. H. S. stage with a gorgeous array of pastel formals. Although many rehear- sal hours are required for these performances, they are forgotten when the finished produc- tion is the overwhelming blend of six-part music which is sung by the talented group of Sr. High girls. The credit'for the splendid iob of organ- izing and training this group is given to Miss Miriam Roberts. NINTH GRADE GIRLS' EHUH S This enthusiastic group is a main iunior high school attraction. Under the leadership of Miss Miriam Roberts this very talented girls' chorus performs at the First Sunday Afternoon Concert and the Spring Concert. This chorus prepares the girls for three very successful years in the Senior Girls' Chorus. MIXED EHUHUS The Mixed Chorus, a fine group of hardworking musicians, de- serves much credit for their performances at the various concerts and other school events throughout the year. The melodic four-part har- mony of the boys and girls under the direction of Miss Miriam Roberts is ample reward for their many hours of rehearsals. 85 K 1-1 . -. " ,,'f" il5 Left to right: from row: Martha Lonergan, Gail Cleary, Janet Soufhard, Mary Lou Dufty, Jane Hopkins, Laura Cannon. Top row: Gay Totten, Ruth Pfister, Valerie Edwards, Audrey Sammis. Middle row: -fire, Sally Parker, Grace Disch and Mary Dodd, co-captains. f?ji - ' EHEEHLEADEHS XXX X Xxx R A .. XS N S X-X X S li? X . A X. 3 x 'UN ag Bw 1 R '3 1 .. . I f W 9 -W Qgffg :f+nl.fff' . x va f' 'fy ' if M W .1 '--J -P Y, if ' QW' ' - ' Er 2 S. ' X 45? N.W,w,.'Q f 1 - ' . . zu A 'ir-X i aff 51 - 'M' F "" ' A ' X . '- , -' fry- Q1 Qww' wfmw,1f , vi . g ia? Qg?QMW?6Ff - iffy: -- A H VW J v M' mi34X5f43k -Q v , f 1X,' C76 . 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Cur concerts, opened by the "Theme", leave us with many fine memories. We can still recall the beautiful melody of "Thendara" and the never-to-be-forgotten Spring Concert finale, "l Like It Here". The year would not have been complete without the band's performances at the Babylon Tulip Festival, Jones Beach, and the Junior Band This year the Junior Band cul- minated its year's activities by participating in the Memorial Day parade. After long hours of dili- gent practice these hard-working musicians hope to be worthy someday of becoming Senior Band members. Their ultimate goal is the F. H. S. maior letter "F" which is awarded to all four year band members. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Standing left to right: Dr. Wettlaufer, Director, George Wettlaufer, Elea- nor De Mov, Dolores Russell, Helen De Mov, Jack Kramer, Peter Cattano, Richard Noll. Sitting left to right: Dolores Halouska, Vice President, Marleigh Chandler, Drum Maiorette, Robert Raynor, President, Patricia Bliss, Secretary, Rosemary Joyce, G. O. Representa- tive. Kneeling left to right: David Jurist, Robert Marsland, James Fierro, Managers, Adele Ballot. Mirror Air Show. The Band Mothers' Club make our year a success with their fine awards dinner. This club was also responsible for the band's summer uniform. Finally, the recessional march at Commencement brought our year to the perfect close. We realize the band could not have done without the helpful services of Mrs. Grace Frank- el, Miss Lucille Jackson, and Mr. Louis Totans. But above all, we, the class of '53, wish sincerely to thank "Prof" for making our years in the band an unforgettable experience. He has cul- tivated in us a true appreciation and interest in music. With regret we say good-by, but with us remain the wonderful memories of our years spent in the Freeport High School Band. 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N ,l,,,.,Ag-3-,Q-f,Nf,-g-,S-,M - . ff 4 f 1 34 -.M J, Q- '--fal, K' Aiffagg-T ' ' f , - ,' -:ri 'f . -, W - I --.-. 4 g -A-- ,. Q xg:-I . . 1 3 'W' M 5'5" "'M'5W7f. MMM! A r", .3-.la l sv ..-, My , , ,. f -2. f N., -- . 't wliiif ' ' ' " " f ' Freeport High School is one of fifteen schools on Long Island that compose the Long Island Girls' Association. All extra- curricular physical education activities are organized in accordance with the point system and the award system of the Long Island Girls' Association. The sports seasons include the fall sports, badminton and field hockey, the winter sports, table tennis, volleyball, basketball, and bowling, the spring sports, softball and archery. Upon receiving 125 points a girl auto- GIRLS' ATHLETIE AESUEIATIU Left to Right: Geraldine Maher ,t,. President Evelyn Hammerl . Vice President Rosalind Scopinich ,,t,t Secretary Mary Dodd ...... .,.,,t,........ T reasurer Frances Thomas G. O. Representative Miss Dorothy Clark,.Faculty Adviser matically becomes a member of the Girls' Athletic Association and receives her class numeral. If she should continue in the field of girls' athletics, she would receive with 250 points the shield, with 400 points a letter, and with 600 points a gold key. The girls of the graduating class of '53, wish to thank Miss Dorothy Clark and Miss Carole Knapp for their able guidance and instruction during our four years as participants in girls' sports. Student Leaders Standing left to right: Jean Ciaravino, Paula Diamond, Valerie Edwards, Rosa- mond White, Cynthia Phillips, Gay Tot- ten, Ruth Pfister, Eleanor De Mov, Mau- reen Regan, Pauline West. Kneeling left to right: Evelyn Hammerl, Cynthia Rigby, Geraldine Maher, Patricia Bliss. Badminton Honor Team Left to right: Janet Southard, Denise Jaw- orowski, Ann Engelman, Alice Grogan, Mildred Lewis Knot photographedb. Basketball Honor Team Back row left to right: Jean Borer, Vir- ginia Williams, Dorothy Schmidt, Sally Dumper, Valerie Edwards, Judith Levene. Front row: Rosalind Scopinich, Gail Rem- sen, Patricia Lusk, Miss Carole Knapp, faculty advisor, Mariorie Merrill, Alice Moran, Evelyn Hammerl. Bowling Honor Team Standing left to right: Carol Filkins, Carol Hahn, Mary Dodd. Kneeling: Eleanor De Mov, Valerie Edwards, Helen De Mov. Volleyball Honor Team Back row left to right: Rosalind Scopinich, Gail Remsen, Evelyn Hammerl, Mildred Lewis, Margaret Dedrick. Middle row: Virginia Williams, Geraldine Maher, Dor- othy Schmidt, Inger Langdon, Patricia Lusk. Front row: Alice Moran, Mariorie Merrill. Table Tennis Honor Team Standing left to right: Judith Levene Norma Ritter. Kneeling: Sally Dumper, Eleanor Segal. Field Hockey Honor Team Standing left to right: Evelyn Hammerl, Virginia Williams, Rosalind Scopinich, Geraldine Maher, Barbara Versfelt, Ruth Pfister, Barbara Fischer. Kneeling: Yvonne Reithel, Alice Moran, Dorothy Quick, Dorothy Schmidt, Mariorie Merrill, Grace Disch, Gay Totten. ,yy J ifaakvff-a VARSITY FOOTBALL From the days of the first cool autumn practices until late into the winter months, the husky men of Freeport High work diligently and prepare themselves to represent our school on the gridiron. This sea- son our bruisers, led by Jack Raynor and ably coached by Bill Ashley and line coach Vincent Zuaro, had to be satisfied with a fairly success- ful record of three wins, four losses, and one tie. Yet, the won and lost record of our team does not show the stamina, the fight, and the spirit that the squad displayed throughout the entire season hampered as they were by numerous iniuries and a seemingly unending series of bad breaks. The climax of the season was our strong stand against the highly publicized and superior Mepham squad. Although the game finished in Mepham's favor, the I9-7 score proved to be a decisive moral victory for Freeport. Many teams come and go, but the drive and determination displayed by the '52 squad will long be remem- bered in Freeport High School. ly .s 7-4 i 94 J. V. AND FRESHMAN FOOTBALL To become a football player worthy of a berth on Freeport's Varsity squad, it takes not days, not weeks, but two to three years of grueling practice that quickly separates the men from the boys. Con- trary to common belief, football is a game which requires not only brawn but also fight and determination, the same fight and determina- tion necessary for molding successful character and personality so useful in the future. This year's J. V. squad, led by Mr. George Moser and Mr. Victor Kirsch, started slowly but finished up the season in good form with a record of three wins and five losses. The freshmen, coached by Joe Devlin and Clarence Hoener, had better luck winning four out of seven encounters. Keep working, boys, and in the near future you'll hear the stands cheer your name as you proudly march down the field for F. H. S. 95 VARSITY BASKETBALL As the '53 alumni of Freeport High look back on their senior year, thoughts of the basketball team and its thrilling games will be some of the freshest in their minds. Memories of Cantilli's driving lay- ups, Raynor's spring-like jumps, Okun's sparkling plays, and Childres' deadly one-handers will remind us of the wonderful nights spent cheering our team onward. This year's squad, suffering from the loss of Coach Harry Erhart through illness, did their best under Coach Russ Terry and emerged with a record of 2 wins out of I2 tries. The team climaxed their season by beating Baldwin and spoiling Baldwin's chances for the championship. Here's a host of congratulations to a team whose spirit didn't fade when the chips were downl xx E is it ,l Qi - 5' x. 96 t J. V. AND FRESHMAN BASKETBALL The '53 J. V. basketball team, coached for the first time by John Augustine, showed a continuous fighting spirit that will tend to in- sure us of a winning varsity team next season. Even with a record of 4 wins and i2 losses, the team's spirit was not dampened, and they went on to send their star, George Emma, to finish the season with the varsity squad. In the Cleveland Avenue gym where our basketball teams of tomorrow get their start, our freshman squads develop their plays and their skills to be used in the coming years. This year the Freshman squad, under the supervision of Mr. Joe Schneller, finished with a record of six wins and eight losses in thirteen games and displayed a great deal of ability which guarantees us a successful future for basketball in F. H. S. 97 BASEBALL Freeport's 1952 baseball team, coached for the first time by Win Tuthill and suffering from a lack of experienced boys, did its best under the circumstances and completed the season with a three won -- eighteen lost record. Co-cap- tained by hard-hitting Phil Roberts and the bril- liant fielder, George Kandiloros, the squad reached its climax when it trounced the sup- posedly unbeatable Baldwin team. Since this year was definitely a building year, the '53 squad coupled with the graduates from the ioint J. V.-Frosh squad should have the training and ability to make a strong bid for the champion- ship. , ,, B sy,-if A I L. E ig LA, X Y ' kj , ' VK' I. EQ- 4, -A lil lf lliif 'V . ., ,i 6454 lil! , ' . my '51 3 . - M , N . Q ka. yi if! Q .rw , is A57 -, , ' L' , ix W- ,- A-,MQ ,g ' B ,. . A - ' W s Y B' iq. .L -avg fm. A . P 3-.v ":, ww- f --,gg L Q "ij 'Rf' A 5 -f :sz V -f ,,: -, 1 A J 1, ina A K ,- X, .. f f f L it 'tt 2 it 3 f,-v 'f bw 'M' W y wsgfz, ".f CROSS COUNTRY In no other sport but cross country is such a high degree of determination and will power needed. There is some unique quality in these boys that makes them keep going when every nerve and muscle in their body says its time to stop. Led by coach "Red" Miller and captain Bill Hillebrecht, the '52 squad, in the face of stiff competition and inopportune injuries, emerged with a fine record of two wins and five losses. The climax of the season was the team's finish- ing seventh out of twenty-three competing schools and ahead of Mepham in the Long Island Sectionals. Another creditable feature was cap- tain Hillebrecht's entering in the state finals in which he finished forty-fifth out of a field of ninety competitors. Congratulations, boys! We're all looking forward to an even more successful season this year. TRACK AND FIELD ln order to make any advancement in Track a boy must be in constant training and in the peak of condition at all times and must display more individual ability and effort than in any other high school sport. The '52 squad coached by Mr. Randal Powell and Mr. John Augustine and captained by Ray Clements, completed the season with a fine record of three wins and five losses. A number of our boys were invited to the Nassau County Finals and finished in fine form. We would like to congratulate these boys and the other members of the squad for their fine fighting spirit. From the accomplishments and experiences they gained, a successful '53 season is insured. LACROSSE Lacrosse is rapidly gaining popu- larity in both Freeport and in many of the other high schools on Long Island. Accordingly, coach Bill Ashley and his men have gained the needed experience and completed their 1952 season with an excellent record of eight wins and three losses which placed them second in their competi- tion, The climax of each lacrosse sea- son is the all-star game at Jones Beach. This year, four of our men were invited: Captain Hank Band- hold, Gary Boyle, Rolf Larsen, and Jack Raynor. Another outstanding feature of this season was the J. V. squad's remarkable undefeated record. BOWLING Although not an outstanding spec- tator sport mostly because of the lack of space and facilities, bowling holds many thrills and exciting moments for the participants. Coached by Mr. Randal Powell and led by captain Dick Morrell, our boys kept up their continuous fighting spirit and enioyed a fairly successful season, aided at times by remarkable games rolled by their stars, Hank Uman and John Ehret. The J. V. squad also showed many fine possibilities, and we're looking forward to an excellent '54 season. RIFLE Echoing through the corridors of the Caroline G. Atkinson School on Seaman Avenue, the shots of our hard-working rifle team may be heard every afternoon. This year, the Free- port High sharpshooters, under the leadership of Mr. Walter Joy and co-captains Bob Boothby and Pete Cattano, had a good season despite the lack of experienced firers. Finish- ing with a record of 4 wins and 9 losses, this year was primarily devot- ed to building a rifle team insured of a championship bid next year. Copy Editor .,...,. President ,,....,. GENERAL ORGANIZATION COUNCIL VOYAGEUR EDITORIAL STAFF President .4,.. .......,. . . .....,...... Jack Raynor Vice-President .. .. ..... Valerie Edwards Vice-President ,.,..., ...,........ J oe Cleary Secretary ....,..... v.... S ally Parker Treasurer ......,.. ,..... R obert Raynor Social Secretary .... ......,,,.,..,,.,,. , . 4, ,,...,, Joan Kiernan Joan Alcorn Frederick Appel Jacqueline Barnett Grace Disch Mary Dodd Sally Dumper Lea Giblyn Dolores Halouska Larry Hurlbert Joy Jordan Rosemary Joyce Emil Lucek Neil McLellan Mariorie Merrill Arthur Radin Frances Thomas Joan Werdann Rosamond White NATIONAL SENIOR HONOR SOCIETY Elected-June, i952 President ........ ....,..,.,.,..,,.l....... ,........ . . .. Gerald Stoodley Vice-President .... . ....... Anne Yarrow Secretary ..,...,....,,.. .....,.,. J oan Werdann Treasurer ........,........ .,.,. D olores Wurtzel G. O. Representative .......4....,............ ...l,..,,.,....... L ea Giblyn Marleigh Chandler Miriam Esser Rosemary Joyce Mary Dodd Doris Hertelendy Dorothy Schmidt Robert Boothby Harold Cantilli Peter Cattano Grace Disch Edward Everett June Rose Fisher Peter Humphreys Diane Intriligator Editor-in-Chief .,,..., Assistant Editor ..., Assistant Editor ..,. librarian ......,.... Ann Billmeyer Charl Carver Arlene Cohen Alice Grogan Barbara Harding Doris Hertelendy Mike Intriligator President .. Vice-President ..., Secretary ...,..,,........,..., Elected-December, i952 Robert Fassett Robert Fero Judith Flint Lois Herberger Emil Lucek Elected-April, 1953 Lorane Lamb Marjorie Milstein Katherine Paolilo NEWS SERVICE STAFF Geraldine Maher Judith Mecking Anita Nonemaker Alan Shaler Henry Uman Rosalind Scopinich Patricia Sullivan Howard Zipper . .... . .,... ...... F rederick Appel Joy Jordan Rosemary Joyce Margaret Kotovitch Jean Laino Marilyn Marino Frank Lerner Marilyn Lincer MASQUE AND WIG Treasurer ,.., , ,.,. Arlene Murphy Stuart Smith Sylvia Thomas Arthur Radin Norma Ritter Dorothy Schmidt Eleanor Smith Barbara Stuart Marvin Thomas Joan Werdann Patricia Bliss Henry Uman Marleigh Chandler June Rose Fisher G. O. Representative ..............................,. , ,....., Rosamond White Peter Anglim Geoge Aring Adele Ballot Joe Boland Peter Cattano Jean Ciaravino Ann Cordaro Letitia Cushmore Eleanor De Mov Helen De Mov Paula Diamond Eugene Di Russo Barbara Doeshner Sally Dumper Betty Ellis Loretta Feile James Fierro Carol Filkins Barabara Fischer Joseph Friedman Patricia Gardner Lea Giblyn Alice Grogan Carol Hahn Evelyn Hammerl Peter Helstein Doris Hertelendy William Hillebrecht Suzanne Huelle Howard Hurlman Diane Intriligator Herbert Jurist Myrna Kaplan Virginia Keenan Lesley Knoll Martha Lonegan Geraldine Maher Marilyn Marino Robert Marsland Cecile McMahon Mariorie Merrill Ronald Milligan Margaret Mitchell Paula Munkelt Anita Nonemaker Yvette Pardoen Norma Powers Robert Raynor Cynthia Rigby Rosalind Scopinich Barbara Stuart Barbara Vesely Gail Waugh David Wolsk Editor-in-Chief ..........,....,..............,......,,.................,... Literary Editor ..... Senior Editor ........ Club Editor ...., .,....... Girls' Sports Editor .. Boys' Sports Editor Dolores Wurtzel Joan Werdann Rosemary Joyce Lea Giblyn Geraldine Maher , .,,,,......., Emil Lucek Art Editor ..,....,.,.i,..,.... ...... R ussell Tuthill Photography Editor .. . . .. Neil McLellan Typing Editor ,..,........... ..,..... . Jean Laino Typing Editor .......,..,.,,.......,....,,....,,.....................,........ Evelyn Cerko SENIOR HIGH ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE Secretary .,,...,..........................,,,................,...,............,. Grace Disch G. O. Representative ..,......,...,.,.................... ,,..,. D olores Halouska Ann Billmeyer Patricia Bliss Carol Chichetti Dick de Lambert Mary Dodd Carol Filkins Barbara Fischer June Rose Fisher Lea Giblyn Alice Grogan Senior Members Doris Hertelendy Diane Intriligator Lesley Ann Knoll Marilyn Marino Judy Mecking Lynn Milner Kay Paolillo Yvette Pardoen Helen Poggenburg Margaret Reilly DANCE COMMITTEE Chairman ........,.... ...............,,....................,........ Secretary .....,.....,.......... G. O. Representative Adele Ballot Patricia Bliss Laura Cannon Peter Cattano Marleigh Chandler Gail Cleary Carol Chichetti Taylor Cushmore Joyce Devlin Paula Diamond Sally Dumper Valerie Edwards Loretta Feile Marilyn Heller Suzanne Huelle Geraldine Maher Judith Mecking Paula Munkelt Yvonne Reithel Dorothy Schmidt Pat Sullivan Frances Thomas Sylvia Thomas Barbara Vesely Gail Waugh Dolores Wurtzel rnan Mary Dodd D Joan Kue Grace lsch Sally Parker Mauteen Regan Gail Remsen Audrey Sommis Stuart Smith Janet Southard Patricia Sullivan Patrick Sullivan Joan Werdann FlashHingS EDITORIAL STAFF Assistant Editor ...,. News Editor ..,..., Feature Editor Sports Editor ,... Exchange Editor Typing Editor .,...... Assistants .................. Girls' Sports Editor Executive Council Anne Yarrow Mary Dodd Dolores Wurtzel Lea Giblyn Neil McLellan ..... Sylvia Thomas .. ........................,. Lois Herberger Anne Frisch 8- Mary Dillon Photography Editor .....,...,,....,...... Adrian Applebaum Peter Cattano Letitia Cushmore Grace Disch Edward Everett Doris Hertelendy Vice-President .... Secretary ...,....,v........... Reporters Diane Intriligator Marilyn Lincer Lynn Milner Mariorie Milstein Alice Moran Jack Raynor SCIENCE CLUB Treasurer ...,...,....,........... G. O. Representative John Elliot Nancy Epple Robert Fassett Robert Fero William Galagher Lea Giblyn Doris Hertelendy Michael Intriligator Kay Koster Frank Learner Arlene Murphy Yvette Pardoen Norman Posner Arthur Radin Barbara Fischer Frederick Appel Cynthia Rigby Ernest Sherman Frances Thomas Rosamond White David Wolsk Michael Zeichner Gourley Gahn David Wolsk Dorothy Schmidt Henry Uman Frederick Appel Henrietta Schultze Marvin Thomas Richard Winter Michael Zeichner Howard Zipper President Vice-President Secretory . Treasurer G. O. 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