Freeport High School - Voyageur Yearbook (Freeport, NY)

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May The Voyageur wiTh iTs glimpse of wonderful memories inspire you To balance This symbolic wheel on The sTraighTesT rouTe To happiness and success. U "Lei The deeds prove 'rhe man"-was +he re- markable prediclion for Mr. Irving B. Franklin in 'fhe l929 Freepoff High School yearbook. Mr. Franklin is well-known and well-liked noi only as an English +eacher, buf also as +he enlhusiaslic coach of fool- ball, baskelball, and baseball. His 'friendliness and good sporlsmanship are bes'r demonsfrafed by his memorable performances a+ our pep assemblies and his revival of fhe song, "Ou'r on The lsland." Among his mosl' ou+s+anding deeds should be meniioned +he following eighiz Bruce, LuAnn, Sleph- anie, John, Geraldine, Elizabe+h, Chrisfopher, and George. In appreciafion of his in+eres+ in F. H. S. and i'rs siudenfs we dedicale +he I954 Voyageur 'ro- MR. IRVINC5 B. FRANKLIN 0 5 f l 5 E E aw? T I ' qlin I ' 5 1 1,5 4 4 ' 5' Q s, Hur xx Z I ,ZW 22-7- ,- S' ""f .-fi :IJ-, "'...5" Z 1 5' Trustee Dr. E. Freeman Miller, V. Pres. Clifton B. Smith, Sup't. of Schools Dr. John W. Dodd, Pres. Leo F. Giblyn, Sup't.of Buildings Walter C. Hawkins, Trustee Harold E. Pearson, Trustee Hugh Erwin, School District Clerk John T. Cotter, Jr. Board of TO THE CLASS OF l954 . . . Another year has passed into history and once again we are called upon to address a graduating class ot Freeport l-ligh School. This year's theme, "Wheels," was cho- sen, no doubt, atter a great deal ot delibera- tion and indicates a tar-sighted and deep thinking group ot young people. The "Wheel" symbolizes motion-and nothing in the memory ot man has made a greater con- tribution toward world progress. We view the high school as the "hub" or the basis ot secondary education from which each ot you will select a "spoke" or avenue ot endeavor. Your chosen tield will then terminate at the "rim" where you, as the citizens ot tomorrow, again will ioin to- gether to torm one united etlort toward the strengthening ot democracy and the turther- ing ot world peace. lt is up to each one ot you to malce the "Wheel" roll smoothly by creating good will among your tellow men by your tolerance and fair play. Education That your tuture be abounding in suc- cess and happiness is the most earnest wish ot the Board ot Education. Leo F. Giblyn President Mr. Giblyn and members of the Board at the Bayview Avenue cornerstone laying. Superintendent of Schools GREETINGS TO THE CLASS OF '54 Congralulalions on a iob "well done" in lhe classroom, in exlra-cur- ricular aclivilies, and in lhe develop- menl ol personal compelence and slrenglh ol characler. You have par- licipaled in every phase ol high school living wilh enlhusiasm and pur- pose, and have eslablished an oul- slanding record in scholarship, alh- lelics, music and leadership. John lvlaselield once wrole "The days lhal make us happy malce us wise." l hope each one ol you has lound some measure ol bolh happiness and wis- dom here. l hope each one ol you will carry in your hearl and mind lhe besl we have been able lo leach you by precepl and example, lor even lhe besl is none loo good if you ore lo meel lhe chollenge ond respon- sibililies ol your generolion. There is an old saying .... "Pul your shoulder lo lhe wheel," which implies lhal a - i John W. Dodd and his secretary, Mrs. June Dunnef. greal heighl ol accomplishmenl is only al- lained lhrough suslained individual ellorl. l-lard work has cleared our loresls, driven lhe plows, spanned our rivers: il has also buill our democralic republican lorm ol govern- menl, and eslablished lreedom ol religion. a syslem ol lree public schools, and lree en- lerprise. We are nol pul inlo lhis world lo sil, nor even iusl lo lcnow, bul lo acl. This obieclive becomes increasingly dillicull as you leave high school and enler an adull world. May lhe physical and menlal heallh, lhe habil ol cooperalive ellorl and high ideals ol allainmenl pracliced in F.l-l.S. give you lhe urge, lhe slrenglh, and lhe discernmenl lo "pul your shoulder lo lhe wheel" ol lile, lhal lor you il may lurn lorward in lhe way ol lrue success-personal, malerial and spir- ilual. Only as you each labor lor lhe righl, will communilies and our nalion realize lhe American dream ol democralic leadership. Congralulalions and besl wishes lo a line class-lhe Class ol I954. JOHN W. 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O. Tremper, Mr. John Hesse, Miss Alice Davis. Administration and Guidance Freeporl High School's sludenls may be exlremely proud of +heir guidance de- parlmenls. Miss Mary Didas, Dean of Sen- ior Girls, and Mr. C. Overlon Tremper, Vice-Principal and Guidance Counselor for senior high boys, spend many hours formulaling schedules, hel-ping sfudenls wilh applicalions for colleges and jobs, and procuring scholarships. rionvemper I e , y PN - C1122-Y 60090 X The counlerparl' of 'rhis ieam serving l'he iunior high school is Miss Alice V. Davis, Dean of Junior Girls, and Mr. John Hesse, Junior Guidance Counselor and Vice-Principal. Through lhe eflorfs of +he Guidance Deparlmenl, Freepori sludenfs are slarled on lheir road 'ro success. ls. M11 J :hh Hesse IC 1 S-Ffh-,Cipel Mrs. Fredericka Albert, Miss Mary Barlow, Chairman, Mrs. Margaret Beck, Miss Claudia Buckovich, Mr. Henry Burnett, Miss Florence Clark, Miss Mary English Didas, Miss Anne Estock, Mr. Irving Franklin, Mrs. Rosamond Javorsky, Miss Emelyn Lovelass, Mr. George Moser, Mrs. Phebe Schilling, Miss Velnette Sickels, Mrs. Charlotte Tessier, Mr. Stanley Vincent, Miss Mabel Buckwalter, Librarian. Mrs. Schilling teaching her College Board English Class. Miss Esther Brown, Miss Lilah Cush- man, Mrs. Ruth Kantz, Miss Mabel Skinner, Chairmanf Mr. Eric Smith- ner. Language Physical C Education Health Home Economics ' 4: 1 i .1 Art Music Mr. William Ashleyg Mr. John Augustineg Miss Dorothy Clarkp Mrs. Carole Cohen: Mr. Winston Tuthillg Mrs. Harriet Appletonp Mr. Saul Becky Miss Gladys Derrickp Miss Anne McGrath. Mr. Ashley demonstrating to his Driver Edu- cation Class. Miss Harriet Church, Home Economics Chairmang Mrs. Salvatrice Cottoneg Mrs. Alma Rowleyp Miss Ethel Templep Miss Maud Constable, Ari Chairman, Mrs. Margaret Greer: Miss Helen Robertsonp Miss Miriam Robertsg Mr. J. Maynard Wettlaufer, Music Chairman. athematics Miss Ella Daviesp Miss Alice Davisp Mrs. Mary Dewingg Mr. Clarence Hoenerp Mr. William McElroy: Mr. Russell Terryg Miss Mabel White, Chairman: Mrs. Edith Woodcock. Y! "1 Mr. Devlin demonsiraiing to his Advanced Woodshop Class. Mr. Joseph Devling Mr. William Elyg Mr. Arthur Myers, Industrial Arts Chairmanf Mr. William Parkerg Mr. Clarence Gennerp Mr. Donald Costlowp Mr. Joseph Glackenp Mr. Charles Hubbardg Miss Charlotte Hulfp Mrs. Jean Israelsony Mr. W. Chapin Moger, Chairman. Industrial Arts uv' 14 Visual Aid Business Mr Henry Chemnitz Miss Hazel Hahkf Mr. Paul Jorddn, Chairmang- Mr. Victor Kirschg Mr. Robert Millerg Miss Louise Seitzp Mr. Samuel Wik- anderp Mr. Vincent Zuaro. 'S ' v,.,.x I Miss Boardman teaching her Amer ican History Class. Miss Vivian Birdy Miss Ethel Boardman, Chairmang Mrs. Charlotte Car- menp Miss Elizabeth Clowesf Mr. James Crisafulliy Miss Jane Grodenp Mr. Walter Joyp Miss Ruth Morey Miss Doris Nickersong Mr. Randall Powell: Miss Leva Robbins, Mr. Dirk Swarthout. Citizenship Education '62 I5 ffice Staff Special Teachers Truant ffieer lMiss Edith Brooks, Miss Cecile Cantilli, Mrs. Joan Hodgdon, Mrs. Dorothy Werner, Mrs. Margaret Wetilaufer, Mrs. Thelma Hesse, Miss Abby E. Kelly, Mr. Eugene Lee. Cafeteria Staff L Mrs. Viola Bloomer, Mrs. Sophie Dienso, Mrs. Alice Moll, Mrs. Jennie Schantz, Mrs. Katherine Sweezy. Custodial Staff Mr. Harry Bornscheur, Mr. Eugene Bracco, Mr. Nicholas Burleigh, Mr. George Lyons, Mr. Thomas McArdle, Mr. John Otto, Mr. Joseph Sarro, Mr. Anthony Ulip, Mr. Walter Hawkins. 16 2 E 2 The ther Side Q. "J ,Q ,ik 1 s :L Q 'L W 5 ,r 'fwfwi Bride and grgom Miss Hack ufefifedn Lunch at Stony Bl'OOk Mr. Terry and Family Faculty picnic Excursion to Montauk September boatride Mr. Smithner and son, Ward Miss White boating Freeport's finest cheerleaders 17 Mr. Arthur B. Myers Mr. Arlhur B. Myers. chairman of lhe lndusrrial Arls Deparrmenl, plans To relire +his June. Afrer allending Oswego for four years and 'rhen doing graduare srudy a+ New York Universiry, Mr. Myers came To Freeporl High in I92I 'ro iniroduce manual Training. Mr. Myers' inslruciion in such courses as Blueprinl Reading and Typography has pre- pared many Freeporl' l-ligh School sludenls for careers in archireclure and engineering. Mr. Myers will always be remembered for Jrhe Time and inreresl he has devoled lo his sludenls. Unique among rhis qualily is lhe facl Jrhar he ollren remained in his room noonrimes To volunleer addilional help +o his mechanical drawing classes. We wish 'ro Mr. Myers, whose personal gualilies have made him revered by faculiy members and srudenrs alike, as much success as he has had in pasr years and a very happy reriremeni. A graduale ol Syracuse, Miss Hack be- gan her leaching career in l-lamillon, New York. In I92l she came lo Freeporl's Archer Slreel School lo leach geography, hislory. and science. ln I924 she was lranslerred lo lhe new Freeporl l-ligh School where she has laughl eighlh grade General Science ever since. Former sludenls remember vividly Miss l-laclc's good naluredness and her special in- leresl in aslronomy and meleorology. Oulside ol class Miss l-laclc has been an aclive parlicipanl in lhe Melhodisl Church. lhe "l-li-Y" Club ol which she was lacully adviser, and lhe YWCA ol which she was lhe local lreasurer. One ol Miss l-lacl4's lav- orile expressions is "I can'l wail lo gel lo Sag," lor every summer she spends a lew weelcs camping al her collage on lhe beach al Sagaponlilc, Long Island. The lacully and sludenls ol F.l-l.S. have apprecialed Miss l-laclc's inleresl in lhe slu- denl body and wish her much success and happiness in her reliremenl. Miss Hazel Hack is ,Q' ge I F f + DXXXXXXX w y 'x if QC ff i gr Nl 7 4,f , "5 0,2 72-gf ,fan-1 I Zz 4 Q QU, , gxgh C-Jes V105 . TNS' GH . Q. it to Hgh -Sen 5' oe L6 xv' Fdix u Leff fo righf, Standing: R. Sfile, Soc. Sec: J. Popocosmc, Vice-Presp R. Coughlin, Treos. Siffing: A. Sammis, Secy J. Cleary, Presp J. Bcrneh, G. O. Rep. 11-LJ le,- 1954 Senior Class fficers I' fo ":96f Pres . D Q 22 " 4 Po sqm YOSMQ 0715, Sec' lqces ADELE BALLOT 28 Beverly Parkway G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Soc. Sec. of G. O. 4, Homeroom Manager I, 3, Senior Play 3, 4, Variety Show Exec. Comm. 4, Band I, 2, Exec. Council 3, Sec. 4, Dance Comm. 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Hockey I, 2, Basketball I, 2, Softball I, 2, Honor Team 3, 4. NANCY BARLING 4035 Chestnut Street, Seaford G. O. I, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Hockey I, 2, 3. JACQUELINE BARNETT 99 Maple Place G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Class G. O. Representative I, 4, Secretary 2, Prize Speaking Contest 3, Chorus I, 2, 3, President 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Senior Prom Committee 4. ANNA MAE BAUER 23-7'l Mattituck Avenue, Seaford MARGARET BENNE 2295 Riverside Avenue, Seaford Publications' Business Staff 4, Assembly Committee 3, 4, Red Cross 4, Badminton 3, 4. WILLIAM BENSON 60 W. Roosevelt Avenue, Roogeyelf JANE AEMISEGGER I I9 Pennsylvania Avenue G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Honor Society 4, ElasHingS 4, Homeroom Manager 4, Chorus I, 2, 4, Secretary-treasurer 3, Courtesy Committee 4, Assembly Committee 4. JOSEPH AGNELLO 35 Moody Avenue G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2. ROBERT ALFORD 3873 Maple Street, Seaford VIRGINIA AUSTIN 131 Roosevelt Avenue G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, News Service Staff 2, 3, Typing Editor 4, Chorus 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Courtesy Committee 4, Hockey I, 2, Volleyball I, 2, Basketball I, 2, Badminton 3, Soft- ball I, .-my 'E-""' , rf- .. -.I M5 JAMES BOYLE 2663 Wanlagh Avenue, Wanfagh G. O. 3, 4. JOHN BOYLE 20 King Street G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 3. BETTY JOAN BRAVO 3666 Bunker Avenue, Wanlagh Transfer from Midwood High School, Brooklyn, New York. ROBERT BRESNAHAM 24 33 Dock Drive JOHN BERGER 3591 Woodward Avenue, Seaford Transfer from Old Forge High School, Old Forge, New York WILFRED BISCHOFF 'I64 Wesfend Avenue G. O. 3, 4, Football 2. LOIS BOLAND 256 Pine Sfreel G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, News Service Staff 2, 3, 4, Hockey l, 2, 3, Volleyball l. FRANCES BORSHOWSKY 65 Porferfield Place G. O. 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, Volleyball l. RAYMOND BOX 3515 Lufberry Avenue, Wanlagh G. 0.1, 2, 3, 4. RANSOM K. BOYCE 4 Seaman Court G. o. 2, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. DONALD BRETZGER 225 Randall Avenue G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Honor Society 4, Chess Club 3, President 4, Baseball I, 2, Basketball I,'FootbaII I, 2, 3, Track 3, 4. RICHARD BRIEFS 33 Dutchess Street G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 3, 4. EVA BROWN I834 Jackson Avenue, Seaford G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Hockey I, 2, 3, Table Tennis 2, Basketball I, 2, Volleyball I, Softball I. ' JOAN BROWNING 42 N. Columbus Avenue G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, Badminton I, 2, Volleyball I. PHYLLIS BRUSH 288 Bedell Street G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, FlasHingS 3, 4, News Service Staff 3, 4, Courtesy Committee 4, Basketball I, 2, Volleyball I, 2 MARVIN BRYANT 90 St. Mark's Place G. O. 4, Baseball 2, 4, Bowling 3, 4. LINDA BUCK I I8 Washburn Avenue G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, Wardrobe Mistress 3, G. O. Representative 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, Volley- ball I, 2, Badminton I. VINCENT BUNCE I59 Pennsylvania Avenue G. O. 2, 4, Senior Play 3, 4. JOHN BURKE 246 Grand Avenue Track 2. JEAN BUTLER 36 E. Merrick Road G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 4, Volleyball Basketball 3, Badminton 2, 3. 2, 3, Softball 3 CAROL ANN CAPOZZOLI 394 N. Long Beach Avenue G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Volleyball l, 2, Badminton l, 2, 4, Basketball l. JOSEPH CAROLL 63 New York Avenue, Massapequa Transfer from Bishop Loughlin High School, Brooklyn, New York. RUTH CAVACO l94 Moody Avenue G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, Future Homemakers of America 2. BETTY CHAMOUSIS 57 Fredericks Avenue G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, FlasHingS 4. RITA CHARNEY 3503 Locust Avenue, Wantagh Transfer from Midwood High School, Brooklyn, New York. THOMAS CHESTER 250 Porterfield Place G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4. JEAN ClARAVlNO l7 Pearsall Avenue G. O. l, 3, 4, Senior Play 2, 3, 4, Masque 8. Wig 3, 4, Assembly Comm. 3, Pres. 4, P. A. Staff 3, 4, Red Cross 4, Publications' Business Staff 3, G. A. A. Vice-Pres. 4, Student Leader 2, 3, 4, Badminton l, 2, 3, 4, Table Tennis 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Honor Team 4, Softball l, 2, 4, Archery 3. GAIL CLEARY 247 Pine Street G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Assembly Committee 3, 4, P. A. Staff 3, 4, Courtesy Com- mittee 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH CLEARY 333 Archer Street G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. of G. O. 3, Class Sec. 3, Pres. 4, Junior Prom Comm. 3, Senior Prom Comm. 4, Senior Play 4, Variety Show Exec. Comm. 4, P. A. Staff 4, Red Cross 4, Track l, 2, 3, 4. JACQUELINE COCO 96 N. Bergen Place G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Volleyball l, 2, Basketball l, 2, Bowling l, 2, 3, Softball l, 2. CHARLES DANIEL 2443 South Cedar Street, Seaford RICHARD DARCEY 256 Randall Avenue G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Class Treas. 3, Senior Honor Society 3, Pres. 4, FlasHingS Editor 4, Junior Prom Committee, Lacrosse I, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM DAVIS 707 S. Bayview Avenue G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 3. MARGARET DEDRICK 67 Sportsman Avenue G. O. 4, Softball I, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball I, 2, Honor Team 3, 4, Archery I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, Honor Team 4. ELEANOR DeMOV 63 W. Lincoln Place G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Honor Society 4, Band I, Exec. Council 2, 3, Pres. 4, Senior Play 3, 4, Assembly Comm. 4, G. A. A., G. O. Rep. 4, Student Leader 3, 4, Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Bowling I, 2, 3, 4, Softball I, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball I, 2, 3. HELEN DeMOV 63 W. Lincoln Place G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Honor Society 4, Science Club, Sec. 4, Senior Play 3, 4, Band I, Exec. Council 2, 3, Vice Pres. 4, Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, Honor Team 3, 4, Basket- ball I, 2, Softball I, 2, 3, 4. ARLENE COHEN 2284 Smith Lane, Seaford News Service Staff 3, Sr. Assembly Committee 3, 4, Sr. Courtesy Committee 4, Sr. Play 4, P. A. Staff 4, Badminton 3, Bowling 3, Basketball 2, 3. RONALD COUGHLIN I34 N. Long Beach Avenue G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Class Treas. I, Vice-Pres. 3, Treas. 4, P. A. Staff 3, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Prom. Comm. 3, Sr. Prom Comm. 4. CHARLES COULTER 202 Pennsylvania Avenue LETITIA CUSHMORE 33 Connecticut Avenue G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Honor Society 3, 4, Masque and Wig 3, Sec.-Treas. 4, Sr. Assembly Committee 4, Sr. Play 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4, Softball I, Hockey I, Archery 2, Table Tennis I, Basketball I, 2, Sr. Girls' Chorus 3, Pub. Chair- man 4, Prize Speaking Contest 4. T ALMETTA DREW 188 E. Merrick Road G. O. 1, 2, 4, Future Homemakers of America 4, Basket- ball 3. ROBERT DRINKWATER 6 Moore Avenue G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. SALLY DUMPER 201 Randall Avenue G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Honor Society 3, Sec. 4, Class G. O. Rep. 3, FlasHingS, Editor 4, Junior Prom Comm. 3, Senior Prom Comm. 4, Dance Comm. 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 3, 4, Masque 8. Wig, G. O. Rep. 4, P. A. Staff 4, Band 2, 3, Twirler 4, Basketball 1, 2, Honor Team 3, 4, Archery 1, 2, 3, 4, Table Tennis 1, Honor Team 2, 3, 4, Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 1. ROBERT ECKERT 44 Queen Street G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis Club 3, 4, Chess Club 3, 4, Cross Country 3, 4. ELAINE DERHAM 245 Windsor Road Haddonfield, New Jersey G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, Baseball 1, Hockey 2. PATRICIA DEVLIN 1562 Washington Avenue, Seaford Transfer from Prospect Heights High School, Brooklyn, New York. PAULA DIAMOND 30 S. Long Beach Avenue G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Honor Society 4, Class Vice-Pres. 1: Senior Play 3, 4, Masque 8g Wig 3, 4, Dance Comm. 3: G. O. Rep. 4, Senior Prom Comm. 4, FlasHingS, Editor 4, P. A. Staff 2, 3, 4, Publications' Business Stal? 3, Student Leader 3, 4, Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Softball 2, Volleyball 1. JOHN DICKEY 40 Hillside Avenue G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Football 1, Basketball 1, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. ALAN DONHEISER 179 Randall Avenue G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, FlasHingS 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA DOYLE 315 S. Bayview Avenue G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, News Service Staff 4. by ff, VALERlE EDWARDS 265 N. Long Beach Avenue G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Honor Society 3, Vice-Pres. 4, Vice- Pres. of G. O. 3, Class Sec. l, Pres. 2, .lr. Prom Comm. 3, Sr. Prom Comm. 4, Dance Comm. l, 2, 3, Sec. 4, Voyageur 4, Homeroom Manager 2, Band Exec. Council l, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, G. O. Rep., G. A. A., Pres. 4, Student Leader 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, Honor Team 3, 4, Hockey l, 2, Volleyball l, 2, Honor Team 3, 4, Archery l, 2, Honor Team 3, 4, Bowling l, 2, Honor Team 3, 4. ADELAIDE EHLI 214 Pennsylvania Avenue G. O. 2, 3, 4, FlasHingS 4, Library Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Courtesy Committee, Secretary 4, Red Cross 2, Science Club 4, Chorus l, Badminton l, 2, 3, Archery l, 2, Basket- ball l, 2, Volleyball l, Table Tennis 2. JLOHN EHRET 163 Putnam Avenue G. O. l, 4, Senior Play 4, Golf Club l, 2, Baseball l, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4. BETTY ELLIS 8 Moore Avenue G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Band Wardrobe Manager 3, Assembly Committee 4, Badminton 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Table Tennis 2, 3, 4. HENRY ELS 3 Radam Court G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4. NANCY EPPLE 233 Grand Avenue G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Manager 3, Science Club 3, 4, Red Cross 3, 4, Volleyball l, Hockey l, 4, Table Tennis 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Softball l, 2, 3, 4. - -V o. 1, 2, PAUL FALCONE l l0 E. Dean Street Football l, 2, 3, 4. ALYCE FARMLETT I4 W. Lincoln Place I 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, Red Cross 4, Archery ROBERT FARRELL 2591 Wantagh Avenue, Wantagh G. O. 4, Baseball 2. ROBERTA FEINBERG 200 W. Merrick Road G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Table Tennis 2, 3. JOHN FINLAY 61 Rutland Road G. O. 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4. BARBARA FISHER 227 Archer Street G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, New Service Staff 4, Badminton l, 2, 3, Basketball l, 2, Volleyball l, 2, 3, Softball l, 2. JOSEPH FLANAGAN 82 N. Columbus Avenue CAREY FLETCHER 87 Maple Drive G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Honor Society 4, FlasHingS, Editor 4, Chess Club 3, G. O. Representative 4, Homeroom Manager 4, Rifle l, Football Manager l, 2, 3. l 2. CATHERINE FONTANA 2250 Cypress Street, Wantagh G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Softball l, Bowling 4. JOHN FORKER 71 S. Bayview Avenue G. O.l, 2, 3, 4. NICHOLAS FORTE 2395 S. Cedar Street, Seaford G. O. 4, Variety Show Executive Committee 4, Transfer from Midwood High School, Brooklyn, New York. ALFRED FOWLER 'l02A E. Sunrise Highway JOSEPH FRIEDMAN l78 Porterfield Place G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show Executive Committee. Director 4, Senior Play 3, 4, Masque and Wig, Vice- President 4, Publications' Business Staff 2, Football l. NANCY FUGIT 'lO3 Rose Street G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Badminton l, 2, 3, Softball l, 2, 3, Table Tennis 'l, 2, 3, Basketball l, 2, 3. W, 1, QW.. ,,. 4-' ff WILLIE MAE GOODMAN 6l Bennington Avenue PATRICIA GOULD 33 Johnson Place G. O. l, 2, 3, 4. RUBY GREENBURG 3694 Jerusalem Avenue, Wantagh DAVID GREINIR 42 Rutland Road MARGUERITE GROEPLER 43 Allers Boulevard, Roosevelt MILDRED HAACK 29 Elm Street G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, FlasHingS 4. MARIE GAIILIO 3945 Keily Drive, Seaford Transfer from Franklin Lane High School, Brooklyn, New York. JOSEPH GANGEMI 96 N. Bergan Place G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Publications' Business Staff l, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross l, 2, 3, Football l, 2, Basketball l, 2, Track l, 3, Baseball 2, 4. MURIEL GLEAN 482 N. Long Beach Avenue G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Assembly Committee 4, Chorus 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, Softball 2, 3, 4. JAMES GOHERY 32 W. First Street Transfer from Chaminade High School, Mineola, New York. Q We Gif . x ,W A . f af ' me , 'ss g-.- ma y . BENJAMIN HEISE 36-35 Island Road, Wantagh G. O. I, 2, 3, 4. MARILYN ANN HELLER I9I Pennsylvania Avenue G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Honor Society 4, Voyageur 4, Homeroom Manager I, 2, Band I, 2, 3, Head Twirler 4, Dance Committee 3, 4, Archery 3, Honor Team I, 2, Basketball 2. CARL PETER HELLSTEN 68 W. First Street G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Senior Play 3, 4, Variety Show Executive Committee 4, Homeroom Manager 3, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 3, Cross Country I, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA RUTH HIBBARD I5 W. Woodbine Drive G. O. 3, 4, Senior Play 3, Chorus 3, Transfer from Santa Barbara High School, Santa Barbara, California. MARGARET HANCOCK 3945 Maplewood Drive, Seaford G. O. 3, 4. DANIEL HANLON 3957 Keily Drive, Seaford Transfer from Jamaica High School, Jamaica, New York. BARBARA HARDING 42 Willow Avenue News Service Staff 3, Librarian 4, FIasHingS I, Chess Club 3, Science Club 4, Library Club 4, Red Cross 2, 3. SUSAN HART I56 Pennsylvania Avenue G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Honor Society 4, FIasHingS 4, Chorus I, Assembly Comm. I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Comm. 3, Courtesy Comm. 4, Badminton I, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball I, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Softball I, Archery 2, 3, 4. THOMAS HARTMAN 352 Southside Avenue BROOKS HEENAN 59 Beverly Parkway G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Honor Society 4, Senior Prom Com- mittee 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4. RAYMOND HILL 24l Commercial Street G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4. MARIE HlRSCH l49 Wallace Street G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Courtesy Committee 4. AUDREA HOENES 2l7O Maple Street, Wantagh G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Future Homemakers of America, G. O. Representative 4. PAUL HUBBELL l83 N. Columbus Avenue G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, Football l, 2, 3, 4. MARIAN JACKSON 30 Pennsylvania Avenue G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Hockey l. HOWARD JACOBS 14 Chelsea Court G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Manager l, 2, Senior Play 4, Golf Club l, 2, Bowling 2, 3, Basketball Manager l, 2, 3. zrfggnfif f-1 E' 1, A , i J1l . C' New si"-ii BARBARA JENKINS I66 Helen Avenue G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Future Homemakers of America l, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, Hockey 3. MARY JOYCE JENKINS l Lee Place G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Future Homemakers of America, Reporter 4, Volleyball l, Hockey 3, Basketball 4, Badminton l, 2. CURTIS JENSEN 65 Sportsmans Avenue G. O. 3, 4. TRUMAN JEWELL 2582 Mermaid Avenue, Wantagh G. O. 4, Transfer from Miami Tech. High School, Miami, Florida. X JOY JORDAN 35523 Tuscala Street, Seaford G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, FIasHingS 4, News Service Stal? 3, Library 2, G. O. Representative 3, President 4, Science Club 4, Senior Play 4, Hockey 'l, Badminton 2, 3, 4, Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Softball I, 2. MYRNA KAPLAN 3l S. Long Beach Avenue G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 3, Director 4, Assembly Com- mittee 3, P. A. Staff 4, Hockey 2, Badminton 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Volleyball 2, Softball 2, 4. MARKELA KAYANTAS 75 Randall Avenue G. O. l, 2, 3, 4. PRISCILLA KERN 44 Claurome Place G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, Library Club 3, FlasHingS 2, Hockey l, 2, Badminton 4, Volleyball 3, Softball I, 2, Table Tennis I, 2, 3. Y? A S. JOAN KIERNAN l35 Independence Avenue G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Class Social Secretary 2, Social Secretary of G. O. 3, Secretary 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Assembly Committee 3, Courtesy Committee 4, Chorus 2, 3, Cheer- leader 2, 3, Co-Captain 4, Volleyball l, 2, 3, Basketball l, 2, 3, Badminton I, 2, 3. PATRICK KILLIKELLY I66 Rutland Road G. O. l,.2, 3, 4, Courtesy Committee, G. O. Representative 4, Football 2, 3, Co-Captain 4, Lacrosse 3, 4, Baseball I, 2, Basketball I, 2. ROBERT KINSEY 84 Smith Street REYNOLDS KIRK 412 Archer Street Football 2, 3, Baseball l. GEORGE G. KLEIN 'I53 Putnam Avenue G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Manager I. KATHERINE KOSTER 240 E. Seaman Avenue G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Honor Society 4, Science Club 3, 4, Homeroom Manager 4, Hockey 2, 4, Basketball 'l, 2, 3, 4, Softball I, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Archery l,VoIleyball 3. WI! Ill' Rl " I -M., 'I m , A 5.Q I Wkyy in . L x I y,, , , , WILLIAM LEHMAN 76 W. Roosevelt Avenue, Roosevelt G. O. I, 2, 3, 4. JUDITH LEVENE 273 S. Main Street G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Honor Society 3, G. O. Repre- sentative 4, Class Social Secretary I, Voyageur, Editor-in Chief 4, P. A. StaFf 3, 4, Tennis Club I, 2, 3, 4, Hockey I Softball I, Table Tennis I, 2, Honor Team 3, 4, Basket: ball I, 2, Honor Team 3, 4. WALTER D. LEVEY I5O East Avenue G. O. I, 2, 3, 4. ARTHUR LEWIS 465 Southside Avenue MILDRED LEWIS 78 E. Milton Street G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Badminton 2, Honor Team I, 3, 4, Volleyball I, 2, Honor Team 3, 4, Softball'I , 2, Honor Team 3, 4. EDWARD LICHTER 396 Wallace Street ANN KOTSATOS 3I W. Merrick Road Senior Honor Society 4. MARIANNE LACY 237 Soma Place G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, C CATHERINE LAYTON 93 Leonard Avenue I, 2, 4, Chorus 4, Softball I VINCENT LEHENY 339 Randall Avenue G. O. 2, 3, 4. 11.11 ...ap SCOTT MACKENZIE 268 S. Long Beach Avenue G. O. I, 2, 3, 45 Voyageur, G. O. Representative 45 Home- room Manager 25 Red Cross I5 Basketball I5 Bowling 25 Track I5 Cross Country 2, 3, 4. HOWARD MAGGS 3813 Naomi Street, Seaford Transfer from Sewanhaka High School, Floral Park, N. Y. LAURA MANDOLINI 2039 Seaford Avenue, Seaford Transfer from Prospect Heights High School, Queens, New York. ROBERT MANKOWICH 73 Forest Avenue G. O. I, 2, 3, 45 Football I, 2, 3, 45 Lacrosse 3, 4. CONCETTA LIMOLI Merrick Road, Wantagh G. O. I, 2, 3, 45 FIasHingS 45 Red Cross I5 Future Home- makers of America l, 2, 35 Chorus 4. PATRICIA LINDSAY 9 Buffalo Avenue G. O. I, 2, 3, 45 Future Homemakers of America I, 2, 35 Archery 25 Volleyball 35 Basketball 35 Softball 2. CHARLES LINK 2I8 S. Grove Street G. O. I, 2, 3, 45 Class Treasurer 2, Social Secretary 35 Junior Prom Committee 35 Senior Prom Committee 45 FlasHingS, Editor-in-Chief 45 Football I5 Lacrosse I, 2. KATHLEEN LITSCH II6 Randall Avenue G. O. I, 2, 3, 4. FREDERICK LOSEE 680 S. Bayview Avenue G. O. I, 2, 3, 45 Baseball I5 Basketball I. ANNE MARIE MQCDONALD 3624 Naomi Street, Seaford G. O. I, 2, 3, 45 Variety Show Executive Committee 4 Homeroom Manager 35 Library Club 3. 5 1 EILEEN MANNING 345 Southside Avenue G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, News Service Stal? 4, Red Cross l. G. O. 'l, 4, Hockey l, 2, Basketball l, 2 THERESA MARTIN 3200 Sunrise Highway, Wantagh Volleyball l, 2. CHARLES MCDONALD 344 Park Avenue G. O. 2, 3, 4, Baseball l, 4. PETER MIRABELLA l23 Hillside Avenue Bowling 4. FLINT MOG,ER 83 Beverly Parkway , Softball l, G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, FlasHingS 3, Voyageur 4, Band l, 2, 3, Executive Committee 4, Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4, Golf Club l, 2. 'UN JUNE MOYER 70 W. Raymond Avenue, Roosevelt G. O. l, 2, 3, 4. ,.-, is 'jf' 'z -, , 3 SYLVIA MUHLBAUER 3890 Condit Street, Seaford G. O. 2, 3, 4. CAROL MULLER 216 Glengariff Road, Massapequa Park G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Table Tennis 2, 3, Softball l, Bowling 3, Badminton 2, 3. ARLENE MURPHY 3264 Railroad Avenue, Wantagh G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, FlasHingS, Editor 4, News Service Stal? 4, Assistant Editor 3, Homeroom Manager 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Assembly Committee 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, G. O. Representative 4, Bowling ll, Table Tennis l, 2, Archery l, 2. BEVERLY NAUHEIM 2 Elm Place G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Assembly Committee 3, Courtesy Com mittee 4, Basketball l, Table Tennis l. LENORE NAUHEIM 2 Elm Place G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show Executive Committee 4. CAROLYN NEIDORF 128 New York Avenue G. O. 'l, 2, 3, 4, Library Club 2, 3, G. O. Representative 4, Table Tennis l, 2. JOYCE NESBITT 447 W. Merrick Road G. O. 2, 3, 4, Transfer from John Adams High School, New York. ELIZABETH NICHOLS 63 Pearsall Avenue G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Hockey l, Badminton 2, 3, 4, Table Tennis I, Volleyball 2, 4, Archery 'l, 2, 3, 4. -1"'T's fa- ,qv-rx NICKOLAS NICHOLS 80 W. Milton Street PAT NICOLINO 84 Stevens Street G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 4, Football INGRID NILLE l42 Gordon Place G. O. I, 4. CHARLES NOLAN 30 N. Bergen Place MARILYN NURMI 57 W. Clinton Avenue, Roosevelt G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 4, Bowling ALAN OLSEN ll I Rutland Road G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Band I, Basketball I, I, 3, 2, 2, 3, 4. 4. 3, 4. RAYMOND PELLETIER 479 S. Grove Street G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD PENNELL 70 Beverly Parkway G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Honor Society 3, Treasurer 4, Treasurer of G. O. 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT PERNA 1425 Seaman Neck Road, Seaford G. O. 4, FlasHingS 4, Senior Play 4, Variety Show Executive Committee 4, Transfer from Andrew Jackson High School, Queens, New York. RUTH PFISTER 1 13 Archer Street G. O. 1, 2, 3, Assembly Committee 4, G. A. A., Secretary 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Student Leader 3, 4, Hockey 1, 2, Honor Team 3, 4, Archery 2, 4, Honor Team 3, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Table Tennis 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1. ROBERT POLLARD 2138 Willow Street, Wantagh G. O. 4, Track 3, 4, Cross Country 4. CHARLOTTE POTTS 471 Atlantic Avenue G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4. BEATRICE OSTHUES 281 Wallace Street G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Future Homemakers of of America, Vice-President 1, 2, Assembly Committee 2, 3, FlasHingS 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Hockey 1, 2, Table Tennis 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis Club 1, 2. JOHN PAPACOSMA 274 N. Columbus Avenue G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Honor Society 4, Class G. O. Repre- sentative 2, Vice-President 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Senior Prom Committee 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. IPHIGENIA PAPADOPOULOS Merrick Road, Wantagh G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 4. ELSlE JANE PARMITER 55 East Avenue G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 1, 2, Volleyball 1, Basketball 1, 2, Table Tennis 1, 2. ,M 'W -1 Q X liii 1+ 2 ' 'ti T . fr 1 BARBARA REILLY 44 Centennial Avenue, Roosevelt G. 0.1, 2, 3, 4. DOROTHY REINIKE 2720 Peconic Avenue, Seaford Harbor G. O. 4, Transfer from Andrew Jackson High School, Queens, New York. LAWRENCE RENTON I 1 Mt. Joy Avenue G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Executive Committee 4, Baseball 2, Basketball 3, 4. ALLAN RICHMOND 2086 Fur Street, Wantagh G. O. 4, Prize Speaking Contest 2, Baseball 1, Track 2, 3, 4 BARBARA POYNTER 2415 Woodland Avenue, Wantagh G. O. 3, 4, Courtesy Committee 4, Transfer from Amityville and Hempstead High Schools, New York. ARTHUR RADIN 315 Smith Street G. O. 2, 3, 4, Publications' Business Staff 2, 3, Band 2, 3, Executive Committee, G. O. Representative 4. ROBERT. RAGUSA 70 Graffing Place G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 4. HARRISON RAYNIS 145 Washburn Avenue G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Manager 2, 3, Red Cross 1, 4 BETTY E. RAYNOR 171 Rose Street G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, News Service Staff 4, Senior Play 4, Courtesy Committee, President 4, Chorus 1, FHS Red Devil 3, 4, Badminton 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Variety Show Ex :. Comm., M. C. 4. BETTY H. RAYNOR 104 N. Bergen Place G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Drum Maiorette, Executive Committee 4, Homeroom Manager l, Dance Committee 4, Chorus 1, 2, Hockey 1, Volleyball 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Bowling 1, 2, 3, Archery 2, Softball 1. ADELE RIEGER 92 Evans Avenue G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 2, Senior Play 4, Assembly Com- mittee 4, Homeroom Manager 4, Hockey l, 2, Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Badminton l, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, Bowling l, 4, Basketball l, 2, Softball l. 2, 3, 4. JOAN RILEY 2319 Riverside Avenue, Seaford G. O. 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 4, Basketball 2, Transfer from Bayside High School, Bayside, New- York. FRANK RIMI 4l7 S. Ocean Avenue Transfer from Andrew Jackson High New York. School, Queens, NORMA RITTER I36 Whaley Street G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, News Service Stat? 2, 3, Band l, 2, 3, Badminton l, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, Honor Team l, 3, 4, Basketball l, Bowling l, 2, 3, 4, Archery l, 2, 3, 4, Table Tennis, Honor Team 2, 3, 4. DANIEL ROBINSON 328 S. Ocean Avenue G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show Executive Committee, M. C. 4, Football 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4. CAROL ROSENSTEIN 77 N. Bayview Avenue G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Publications' Business Stat? l, 2, 3, Library 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Red Cross l, 2, Chorus l, 2, Softball 'l, 2, 3, Basketball l, 2, Tennis l, 2, 3, Volleyball l, 2, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Badminton l, 2. 'hu-sd ph, LAWRENCE RUGER 56 Delaware Avenue G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2, Basketball l, Track l, 2, 3, Co-captain 4. MARILYN RUHOY 45 Queen Street G. O. 'l, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 3, Tennis Club 2, Volleyball l, 2 Hockey l, 2, Softball l, 2. JOHN RUSSELL 292 Miller Avenue G- O- lf 2, 3, 4: F0Otl-Dall 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4. LOWELL RYAN 232 E. Seaman Avenue G. O. l, 2, 3, 4. S AUDREY SAMMIS 322 Rutland Road G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Senior Prom Committee 4, Senior 'Play 4, Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Assembly Committee 4, Chorus 3, Homeroom Manager 1, Cheerleader 2, 3, Co-Captain 4, Volleyball 2, 4, Basketball 1. JOAN SANTA MARIA 34 W. Milton Street G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Manaaer 4, Courtesy Com- mittee 4, Bowling 2, 4. ROBERT SCHINDLER 221 Grand Avenue G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4. GUSTAVE SCHMITT 32 Weberfield Avenue G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1. X , 5 V. 76" Ar' 17 4 .f f 4 . ' ' gf FREDERICK SCHWARZ 121 Harrison Avenue G. O. 1, 4, Rit1e 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4. BEVERLY SMITH 188 Forest Avenue, Roosevelt G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Assembly Committee 3, 4, Publications' Business Staff 4: Basketball 2, 3. ELEANOR Y. SMITH 147 Putnam Avenue G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Voyageur 4, News Service Staff 3, 4, Homeroom Manager 4, Red Cross 2, G. A. A., Treas. 4, Hockey 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, Honor Team 3, 4, Table Tennis 3, 4, Archery 3, 4, Tennis Club 2, 3, 4. STUART SMITH 40 N. Grove Street G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Voyageur 4, News Service Staff, Assistant Editor 3, IG. O. Representative, Editor-in-Chief 4, Homeroom Manager 2, Science Club 2, Dance Committee 3, Bowling 2. CAROL SPECKARDT 65 Southside Avenue G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Voyageur 4, Band I, 2, 3, Executive Com- mittee 4, Opera Guild, Vice President 3, Softball 2, Bowling 3, 4. RALPH STILE 38 Holloway Street G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Social Secretary 4, Senior Prom Committee 4, Band 1, Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. , R iga JOHN SWISHER I8 Maryland Avenue G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2, Lacrosse 3 MICHAEL TIRMAN l7l W. Lena Avenue G. O. 'l, 2, 3, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3. RICHARD TIRMAN l7l W. Lena Avenue G. O. l, 2, 3, Red Cross l, 2, 4, Tennis Club l, 2, 3, Basketball l. GAY TOTTEN lO Halsey Street G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Assembly Committee 4, Dance Com- mittee 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Student Leader 3, 4, Table Tennis l, Hockey l, 2, Honor Team 3, 4, Softball l, 2, 3, Honor Team 4, Volleyball 2, 3, Honor Team 4, Basket- ball l, 2, 3, 4. RITA TROTTA 223l Hortense Avenue G O 3 4- Transfer from Grover Cleveland Hi h School . . , , g , Brooklyn, New York. RICHARD TURNAU l2 Long Beach Avenue, Roosevelt G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Golf Club l, 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4. MARJORIE STUMPF 34 Graffing Place G. O. l, 2, 4, Band l, 2. GUY STYLES 200 W. Merrick Road G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Ma PAUL SULLIVAN 61 Hayes Street nager G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basket Lacrosse l, 2, 3, DOLORES SWANK 57 E. Seaman Avenue G. O. l, 2, 3, 4. 1. 4' CLARENCE VARNEY 58 N. Columbus Avenue G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, News Service Staff 4, Senior Play 4, Science Club 3, Red Cross 4. VIRGINIA VISEL 2I4 Westside Avenue G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 4, Archery I, 2, 3, 4, Hockey I, 2, Badminton 3, 4, Bowling I, 2, 3, 4, Table Tennis I, 2, Softball I, 2. MAUREEN VOETSCH I I5 Roosevelt Avenue, Roosevelt G. O. 2, 3, 4, Softball I, Basketball 2. KENNETH E. VOUGHT I4 Wallace Street G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Honor Society 4, Class President I, 3, Vice-President 2, G. O. President 4, Variety Show Executive Committee 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, Lacrosse 3, 4, Track I, 2. ROGER TURNAU I2 Long Beach Avenue, Roosevelt G. O. I, Golf Club I, 2. CAESAR VAN ARDOY IOI Woods Avenue, Roosevelt G. O. I, 2, 4. CONRAD VAN ARDOY IOI Woods Avenue, Roosevelt G. O. I, 2, 3, 4. FRANKLIN VAN ARDOY IOI Woods Avenue, Roosevelt G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Football 2. MARILYN VAN BUSKIRK IO Essex Court G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Courtesy Committee 4, Assembly Committee 4, Table Tennis 4, Hockey 2, Basket- ball 2. 4.22. MARYANN VAN RIPER 28 Washington Place, Roosevelt G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 4. . y ai: FRED WADLINGTON I Lee Place G. O. 2, 3, 4, Football I, 3, .4, Basketball 2, Baseball 2, Track 3, 4. JACQUELINE WAGNER 3735 Tiana Street, Seaford G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 3, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Courtesy Committee 4, Hockey I, Volleyball I, Basketball I. RICHARD WALSH 89 Lillian Avenue G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, Bowling I, 2, 3, 4, Track 4. GAIL WATSON I28 Glenada Court ALLAN WEINBERG 235 W. Merrick Road G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 4. FRED WEISS IB7 N. Brookside Avenue G. O. 3, 4, FlasHingS 4, Science Club 4, Senior Play Com- mittee 4, Voyageur Pictures 4. ROSAMOND ANNE WHITE 9I N. Brookside Avenue G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Manager 3, Senior Honor Society 4, Variety Show Exec. Comm. 4, Senior Play I, 3, 4, Masque 81 Wig If 2, G. O. Rep. 3, Pres. 4, FlasHingS 3, Editor 4, Chorus I, 2, 4, volleyball 1, Basketball 1, 2, Bowling 2, Archery 1, 2, Softball 1, 2, student Leader 3. DORIS WIESENFELD I6I Grand Avenue G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Assembly Committee I, 2. 3, Bowling I, Volleyball 2. ROBERT WOLFE 98 W. Lincoln Place PAUL WOLFF 48 King Street G. O. I, 2, 3, 4, Rifle Team 2, 3, 4. CAMERA SHY DAVID COPELAND KENNETH EVANS MATTHEW GONNOUD ROBERT JENNISON THOMAS SINCLAIR FREDERICK WELSH JOYCE wmcn-IT 2034 Wantagh Avenue, Wcnfagh ll 21 3: 42 JANET YONKER 223 Commercial Street G. O. I, 2, 3, 4. CAROLE ZACCHIA I4 Harrison Avenue Red Cross I, FIosHingS, Ty WILLIAM ZOELLER 449 Miller Avenue Truck I. ping Editor 4 P- Lunch at Gene's. Getting acquainted. They return to nature Not so innocent. Deep-end. Pure enthusiasm. After the circus. WW ,A--1-ww if X f? oo a 0 Dfess gf r ir X Y.. 5 3 K 7 MLTWQQV ,jf 'ff' if if aoxomo B6 Best Dancers-Rosamond White, Bob Mankowich vim no-Choc Most Attractive-Adele Ballot, Bob Mankowich 5+ K ig -. ,mfr-f 1 Outstanding Personahtles -Betty E. Raynor, Joe Cleary 2.1 Cutest Couple-Gail Cleary, Chuck Link Nicest Smile-Audrey Sammis, Ken Vought Class Wits-Betty E. Raynor, Dan Robinson MOS' ReP'e5e"fUHVe-Va' Edwards, Ken Vought 8947 4 To be Remembered-Jackie Barnett, Joe Cleary cloflvx C017 cfeo fya obp ORTS VIOST I7 Mos! Popular-Adele Ballot, Joe Cleary nf-5 ff Mos! Likely io Succeed-Val Edwards, Dick Mosi School Spirif-Audrey Sammis, Joe Cleary Darcey Mos! Talenfed--Betty H. Raynor, Mosi Afhlefic-Jean Ciaravino, John Bob Perna Papacosma ' f I 1' 1 Mos? Versafile-Val Edwards, John Papacosma L "l "KIND LADY" A play in three cm by Edward Chodorov 0 CAST lm order ol appwruncei Mr Fasier Howard Munro Mary Herries Carl Cleary Lucy Wesmn Lerilio Cushnvore Ras! Rosamond White Phyllis Glennmq Adele Ballot Peter Sorllord Taylor Cuslmwre, Pal Sullivan Henry Abbvf Bob Fernu Aw Barbara Bond, Cecile Mc Muhm Dorm Vincenr Bunce, Pax Sullivan Mr Edwards Richard Qvazion Mrs. Edwards Paulo Munkelk Aggie Edwards Marguerite Schneider, Rim Planer Y 1 A ,7- Th e Class of 54 presents The Senior Variety Show 3 MASQUERADE BALL Freeport High School Auditorium February I8, l954 February 20, I9 54 - - ' - 5- fi :'iw'f531:- i f" -1 'Si :H 'Vs f vr , Aid a J p. Xu ,gg K M M, M. I ' - , e1..,,, "' L Q - y gm, V VVLVLL, 12,:wf,,.:'l ,,,f-- pw ' V , ,. . px ,- N .fm Vw -yy Ni K N fi , ,X Triplets A W' Voyageur Editorial Staff Editor-in-Chief ........... Judy Levene Literary Editor ........... Stuart Smith Art Editor ............. Marilyn Heller Club Editor .......... Valerie Edwards Girls' Sports' Editor ...... Eleanor Smith Boys' Sports' Editor .... Scott Mackenzie Photography Editor ........ Flint Moger Typing Editor ......... Carol Speckardt Left to right: C. Speckardt, S. Smith, F- Moger, J. Levene, Mrs. F. Albert, E. Smith, M. Heller. Not shown: V. Edwards, S. Mackenzie. Oyilgellf The year has passed: the wheels have turned: and the Voyageur has been published. The statt gives a question- able sigh: we hope you utter a happy exclamation! Each statl member has unseltishly and unstintingly ottered his time and talent to complete the varied work necessary tor a successtul yearboolc. With resolution in our hearts and unread copy in our hands we met each Monday atternoon trom 3:l5 to 5:00 and every 4th period in room II9. Our statt could not have tunctioned without the ser- vices ot Mrs. Albert, tor she advised us and helped us. The iunior statt deserves recognition also, tor they always gave generously ot their time and ideas. While preserving the Voyageur's traditional torm, we have tried to add a bit ot distinction, and individuality. It is our hope that this yearboolc tultills your highest expecta- tion. Senior Honor Society A hush talls over the audience, the candles are lit: and Mr. J. Wesley Southard steps to the rostrum to bestow upon a group ot seniors the highest honor that they can achieve in Freeport High School. Fit- teen per cent ot the senior class is inducted on evi- dence ot their character, scholarship, leadership, and service-the tour cardinal principles of this organ- ization. Each year the society holds its annual ban- " i ' guet in the Elks' Club, attends induction ceremonies at other schools, and participates in the the national scholarship competition. This group ot capable sen- iors, supervised by Mr. J. Wesley Southard and Miss Mary Didas, aspires to maintain the high standards ot this society and forms the hub ot a wheel that generates promise and progress. Left to right, Standing: J. Levene, G. O. Rep., R. Darcey, Pres., R. Pennell, Treas. Sitting: V. Edwards, Vice-Pres., Mr. ' W. Southard, Adviser, S. Dumper, Sec. Left to right, Row 1: S. Smith, R. Pennell, V. Edwards, R. Darcey, S. Dumper, J. Levene. Row 2: Faculty Adviser Miss M. Didas, A.-Kotsatos, J. Aemisegger, E. Smith, E. DeMov, M. Heller, P. Diamond, H. DeMov, J. Papacosma, Faculty Adviser, Mr. J. W. Southard. Row 3: K. Koster, E. Nichols, C. Fletcher, R. White, D. Bretzger, S. Hart, B. Heenan, L. Cushmore, K. Vought, P. Hellsten. Row 4: N. Epple, B. Raynor, A. Sammis, C. Link, A. Ehli, R. Perna, C. Neidorf, N. Ritter, A. Radin. I IW .52 Well IT Wei 41? I .OP-'E' D., wb To The memb rs of The senior class we presenT These nine Oscars. Our TirsT Oscar goes To Those sTudenTs wiTh The highesT scholasTic grades. Their averages are based on boTh The class and The regenTs' marks received since The Treshman year. The valedicTorian, STUART SMITH, achieved a 94.59 average and RICHARD DARCEY, The saluTaTorian, aTTained a 94-.I9 average. Our second Oscar goes To The sTudenTs selecTed as "YouTh of The lvlonTh." VALERIE EDWARDS, JOHN PAPACOSMA, SALLY DUMPER, and PETER Left To right: YOUTH OF THE MONTH-J. Papacosma, V. Edwards, L. Cushmore, S. Dumper, P. Hellslen. .. MQ' Leff fo righi: JUNIOR PROM-V. Edwards, A. Sammis, L. Van Buskirk, P. Brush, A. Ballot, K. Voughf, R. Coughlin, D. Darcey, J. Cleary, C. Link. kt TEE II .., . . ssrs rrs E y sg E f I Lefl fo righf. Sitting: TOP SCHOLASTIC-R. Darcey, S. Smith. Standing: P. Diamond, J. Papacosma, J. Levene, R. Coughlin, J. Aemisegger, L. Cushmore, E. Nichols, P. Hellsfen, C. Link, S. Dumper. Nof shown: V. Edwards. HELLSTEN received This award Trom The FreeporT Exchange Club as sTudenTs who exemplified leader- ship and high characTer. In sevenTh grade JOHN PAPACOSMA and LETITIA CUSHMORE were each awarded a Trophy as The besT ciTizens ol Their class. Our Third Oscar goes To KENNY VOUGHT and VALERIE EDWARDS, who were chosen in Their iunior year To aTTend "All STaTe." In The summer of I953 Valerie spenT Ten days aT Skidmore College, and Kenny, Ten days aT ColgaTe UniversiTy. They elecTed a model sTaTe governmenT and parTicipaTecI in varieTy shows and oTher acTiviTies. Our Junior Prom, "Soiree EnchanTee," was held IasT November in Columbus Avenue School. IT her- alded KENNY VOUGHT and ADELE BALLOT king and queen. For our very successful junior and senior proms we presenT The TourTh Oscar To The enTire senior class and especially To The inclusTrious prom commiTTees. fig ,fr . WM Scmor Class Left to right, Sitting-TOP SCHOLASTIC: C. Neidorf, J. Wright, A. Murphy, A. Cohen, E. Smith. Row 2: K. Koster, A. Rodin, W. Bischoff, D. Pennell, D. Bretzger. While we must concede that Barbara Bond, the iunior class participant in the Annual American Le- gion Prize Speaking Contest, won tirst prize, LETITIA CUSHMORE ably represented the senior class. Here we should mention that in her iunior year JACQUE- LINE BARNETT placed tirst in this same contest and then entered state competition in the Elks' speaking contest. To these two girls go our titth Oscar. The charming and attractive members ot our class receive our sixth Oscar. From the six girls who were selected to represent Freeport by modeling in the Arnold Constable contest, ADELE BALLOT was selected to enter in turther competition with other schools. Glancing at the athletic phase ot our class, we see that RICHARD PENNELL received honorable mention on the "Long Island Press" All-Scholastic tootball team tor his distinguished playing in the backtield. Also, DANNY ROBINSON was presented with the Gaudsmith Trophy tor being the football player who had shown the most improvement during the year. These two boys are awarded an Oscar tor their excellent sportsmanship. The eighth Oscar is presented to JUDY LEVENE Editor-in-Chiet ot Voyageur. Our appreciation tor her distinctive contribution to this yearbook cannot be measured. The ninth and tinal Oscar is tor all those people who have read this review, teel deserving ot an Oscar, and have been unintentionally omitted. Left to right: SPORTSMEN-R. Pennell, D. Robinson. Left to right: MISS ARNOLD CONSTABLE-A. Ballot J. Miller, B. E. Raynor, L. Buck, J. Browning, D. Swank Homeroom-Mi cbel W ' Homeroom 215-Mr. Donald Costlow gif M ' 3 CLASS OF 1955 , , Homeroom 222-Miss Doris Nickerson H0meI'OOm 220'Ml'S. Edith W0OdCOCk Homergom 224-Mfg, Jean Igrqelsgn Homeroom 212-Mrs. Pheb ing Homeroom 21 I-Mr. Eric Smithner awk 4 . , rf Jw.: E ff" 4. JH, ,, "".,,.., 'A 'fzfa :gf ge R M qfgy wr" R K I, x'b 5 NK 4 A ."f"4 A I of AA-,A A "' A Homeroom 214-Mr. Paul Jordan Left to right, Top Row: G. Ringer, Pres., D. Cleary, Vice-Pres., G. Emma, Sec. Bottom Row: R. Winter, Soc. Sec., Mr. E. Smithner, Adviser, G. Remsen, Trecus., M. Duffy, G. O. Rep. Homeroom 213-Miss Mabel Skinner Homeroom 1 15-Mr. Charles Hubbard H0mel'OOm I I I-ML RUSSSII Terry CLASS OF 1956 Homeroom 109-Miss Claudia Buckovich Homeroom I 19-Mrs. Fredericka Albert H0mel'O0m 1 17-Miss Velheffe 5iCkelS af 1 , 'N Homeroom lOl--Mr, Samuel Wikqnder ' , ' ' Homeroom 121--Mrs. Charlotte Carmen IN " f 1 -Q 'X 1 'Nea U mi R -, Qaf N , f it 5 N S, X, A Left to right: Miss R. More, Adviser, R. Lewis Soc. Sec., E. Mayer, Sec., P. Erwin, Pres., J Devlin, Vice-Pres., G. Bird, Trees., E. Freeman G. O. Rep. I Homeroom 107 Miss Leva Robbins Homeroom 103-Miss Charlotte Huff Homeroom 108-Mr. Saul Beck Homeroom 'HO-Miss Ruth More CLASS 1957 Homeroom 100-Miss Ella Davies Homeroom 'IO4-Mrs. Margaret Beck Homeroom 100-Miss .lean Groden A Homeroom H8-Mn Vicfor Kirsch Homeroom 102-Mr. Robert Miller l Leff Io righf, -Top Row: B. Sweezy, Trec1s.p B. Baker, Vice-Pres. Boffom Row: J. Amico, Pres.p ' h A St Miss E. Davies, Adviserp J. Amico, Soc. Secs M J. Quilty, Sec. Not Shown. P. Hillier, G. O. Rep. Homeroom loo-Mass Ellq Davies WK Homeroom 122-Mr. Vincenf Zuuro Homeroom 'I 'I6-Mrs. Thelma Hesse Homeroom 126-Miss Florence Clark Homeroom 120-Mr. Robert Ely CILJXSS CIF 1958 Homeroom 129-Mr. Stanley Vincent Homeroom 128-Miss Esther Brown Homeroom 135-Miss Hazel Huck . Homeroom l l2-Miss Elizabeth Clowes Homeroom I4-Miss Helen Robertson Miss Clowes' History Class Homeroom 18-Miss Miriam Roberts ,-. . , Homeroom l32-Miss Vivian Bird Homeroom l34-Miss Emelyn Loveless Homeroom 231-Miss Louise Seitz Homeroom 233-Mrs. Roscmond Javorsky CLASS 1959 Homeroom 234-Mr. Walter Joy N Homeroom 230-Mrs. Mary Dewing Homeroom 227-Mr. William McElroy is Homeroom 235-Miss Anne Egfoqk Homeroom 228-Mrs. Margaret Greer L . 536 1 gf, Q3 xi :tg I . . 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I bg n ,X ' A "4" T5 32 'Q I rf if-15 ' ' ' I ,' y- f .4 ,. 1 T "J -F ' VD' A qxx 94, I wif :-'l":- . 5 , 4' ' fl .-Q, gc .:' .-,- .gg A ll 'nv :L-,,-' 1- , U I ' if 2- C '12 35:7 Z'-' I ' f X gr:-. -1 -4 ' lf",',, -. I m X ..-- ---XL , -. - - ' hog.. Xuffg 0 :E::.- Q 6 .og If, A51 ,J 0 -:ze W- 0 X J, ., 1 - -Q gg.: . X f E .1 l nnll-- fn',,1l- by ,, -f ,fn es-.. um ..- I f"Jm -E41-gp? : f l ' --ZP51' '1-Ti: IEWL A I , ' In I f FE! m . ' ,jr IE A 4 - ev X 9 XX K Vrr, , X X xx Governing Bodies This democratic bi-lateral governing body is made up of an Executive Commitfee and a Council. The Execu- tive Committee is composed of fhe elected student offi- cers, representafives from the junior and senior classes, several faculty members, and the presiding officer, lvlr. Soufhard. Their most imporfant iob is apporfioning funds to each 6.0. sponsored organization. The Council, or lower house, directed by lvir. Henry Chemnitz, consists of a represenfafive from each 6.0. sponsored club, a representative from fhe ninth, tenth, eleventhhand twelffh grades, and the six elecfed officers. The officers parfici- pafe in the Nassau League of Student Councils and with the Council suggest improvemenfs for club policies and solve currenf problems. Left to right, Row l: Treas., D. Pennell, Vice- Pres., P. Munkelt, Adviser, Mr. J. Southard, Pres., K. Voughf, Vice-Pres., D. Cleary, Soc. Sec., A. Ballot, Sec., J. Kiernan. Row 2: Mr. W. Ashley, Miss D. Clark, Mr. D. Cost- low, Mr. D. Swarthout, Mr. H. Chemnitz, Mr. J. Wettlaufer. Not Shown: M. Duffy, J. Barnett. Council Vertically, Row 1: M. Van Buskirk, S. Dumper, E. DeMov, Sec., J. Kiernan. Row 2: A. Radin, J. Barnett, V. Edwards, C. Neidorf, Soc. Sec., A. Ballot, Vice-Pres., P. Munkelt. Row 3: S. Mackenzie, P. Killikelly, J. Levene, M. Dufty, A. Hoenes, Treas., D. Pennell, Pres., K. Vought. Row 4: Adviser, Mr. H' Chemnitz, S. Smith, L. Buck, P. Diamond' A. Murphy, R. White, C. Fletcher, Vice- Pres., D. Cleary. Executive Committee Left to right, Row T: B. Stewart, N. Rowan, S. Strassle, K. Poulas, R. Lantor, K. Erickson Row 2: R. Homan, M. Nuss, J. Devlin, E. Mayer, L. Palace, J. McGinn, D. Jones, J. Dufty. Row 3: A. Mirabella, E. Nichols, D. Russell, B. Doeschner, Miss F. Clark, ' Miss L. Cushman, J. Fink. THE ,KlNG'S MEN F.H.S. Chess Club is one oT our newer 6.0. organizaTions. These dis- ciples of Capablanca, The Tormer Spanish chess champion, meeT each noon in The aparTmenT under The able direcTion oT Mr. Eric SmiThner. There They learn To juggle The king's men in inTricaTe maneuvers in aTTempTs To ouTwiT an opponenT. Competition de- termines The oliiicers who play with inTeresTed TaculTy members. To ob- Tain new Tips on The game, The club subscribes To "Chess LiTe," a news- paper published by The UniTed STaTes Chess FecleraTion. HELPING HAND Senior Red Cross reaches The sTu- denT body Through represenTaTives elecTed Trom each homeroom. These willing workers gave much oT Their Time and eTlorT To collect giTTs and money. They acTed as recepTionisTs at The blood bank, senT cookies To Mitchell Base l-lospiTal, and spon- sored a sTudenT TaculTy basketball game To raise funds for oversea's chests. Under The direction oT Miss Lilah Cushman and Miss Florence Clark, This council has been The means Through which F.H.S. has been able To serve The naTion. Left to right, Table T: Pres., D. Bretzger: Sec.-Treas., M. lntrilligatorg Table 2: J Nesbitt, D. Winter, J. lngber, H. Munro, R. Agnello. Standing: G. Miller, R. Briefs M. Tiemann, B. Lehman, G. O. Rep., C. Fletcher. Not Shown: Adviser, Mr. E. Smithner 71 FI rf, an 'HQ Edf 'e C Link Ed A. e c er Girls Spam Editor S R White Sporfs Ednor R Difor, P. Dramondg Typing pe' Exchange ednof A Ehh ijef' SPOHS fdifof, c. V'5e", Mr. S, MEET THE PRESS Hard worlc, able reporTing, and The excel- Ien+ managemenT oT Mr. STanley VincenT and The ediTors accounTed Tor The publi- caTion of seven successTul issues oT FlasH- ingS. The paper's Top secreT exclusives on The populariTy winners and, The scholasTic honors and iTs arTicles on The 61.0. elecTions and The Honor SocieTy inducTees indicaTe iTs Tull coverage oT F.l-l.S.'s viTal issues and campaigns. ITS TeaTure columns, "ln The Groove," "Fashions," and "WiThin These PorTels" provide some inTeresTing side- lighTs end commenTs on The school scene. The "Sage oT l-lenrieTTa l-lombosTel," wriT- Ten by Chuck and Paula, and The poem, "On Donder and BliTzen" orchesTreTed by AI and Dick in The ChrisTmas issue displayed The wiT and originaliTy oT This year's sTaTT. ,,.-1" X I .f ' ' ' Vivo ill f ,. 0. , V S , c T Q f' or: THE FREEPORT .JR sn HIGHLSEETOGL THD IH FREEPORT N Y FRIDAY DECEMBER 18 1953 on PRICE TENCED .MV y 'hmm Vincent. Left 'O siandingi n- M- Du '. ses-I E' DOLLARS GO FARTHER The Publications Business Staff plays an important par+ in the successful publication of the "Voyageur" and of "FlasHingS." Since the staff members must approach local stores and solicit ads, their job entails much responsibility. They then arrange the ads in attractive layouts for each of the seven issues of "Flasl-lingS" and for the "Voyageur." Under the supervision of Mr. Dirlc Swarthout this energetic group helps to finance the school publications. . Hoenes- . Lonerqd 1 ' shown. :ion MQW MGoldsn"'ih' No CLEARING PRESS For several years the News Service Staff has been an active organization in F.l-l.S. This tireless group of potential iournalists keeps Nassau citizens well informed on the highlights in our school. With the guidance of Mrs. Margaret Beck, staff adviser, these students have done a commendable iob interviewing school visitors and reporting on Freeport school events. The committee then, edits all news items and submits them to local papers, "The Leader," "Newsday," and the "Long Island Press." Left to right, Sitting: Editor, S. Smith, Asst. Ed., B. Stewart, Asst. Ed., M. Kotovitch, Head Typist. V. Austin. Standing: C. Varney, Adviser, Mrs. M. Beck, B. Ranish, B. E. Raynor, J. Pellico, E. Smith, A. Murphy, J. Koch, B. Black. Not Shown: Librarian, B. Harding, Asst. Librarian, X LL D. RUSSB , M9"' - ulo Cohen? Buss. J. Kochi gifts: Ns sei-nel Ab swafvw' M. wo" I ' . ' T-1 right, Sealed Adviser. Mriw. BuS- Mg Saute. 73 RACKET SQUAD During The spring and Tall, weaTher permiTTing, The members oT The Tennis Club can be seen wielding Their raclceTs on Mrs. Gess- ner's CourTs aT Merrick Road. Coached by Mr. Russell Terry, These club members learn The Tun- damenTal sTeps of Tennis and par- Tic.ipaTe in boTh singles and doubles compeTiTion. ln addiTion To rapidly improving Their game, These sTu- denTs have a greaT deal OT Tun. 6.0. GETTERS The Senior Homeroom Managers wiTh The assisTance OT Mr. Henry ChemniTz perform an essenTial iob Tor which They receive liTTle crediT. Their mosT imporTanT, buT unpopu- lar iob, is To collecT paymenTs on 6.0. TickeTs Trom The sTudenTs. Their populariTy booms, however, when They disTribuTe "FlasHingS." These sTudenTs are chosen by Their previous homeroom Teachers on The basis oT capabiliTy and respon- sibiliTy. 74 li Left to right, Row l: P. Dickey, C. Otclvero, J. Kadune, J. Colonnc, D. Kirk. Bow 2: Coach, R. Terry, F. O'Brien, S. Link, J. Levene, E. Smith, K. Cancpclry, J. Flint. Row 3: W. Rosenzweig, R. Blank, T. Cushmore, M. Loino, A. Ritter, J. lngber, G. Miller, H. Munro. Left lo right, Row l: F. Volz, C. Raynor, J. Aemisegger, J. Mercer, D. Russell, R. Spitz A. Reiger. Row 2: J. Santo Maria, E. Smith, K. Koster, J. Devlin, P. Green, D. Mothewson Row 3: S. lseman, M. Lonergan, B. Doeschner, A. Murphy, J. Alcorn, B. Nichols, G. Dean Row 4: C. Fletcher, R. Lovaglia, Adviser, Mr. H. Chemnitz, G. Style, B. Winter. BOOKS IN CIRCULATION For The pasT Twelve years The members oT The Library Club have given boTh Time and eTlorT To assisT in The clerical work involved in The circuIaTion oT books To The F.I'I.S. sTudenT body. Each period of The day, There is a girl in The library To help Take aTTendance and To disTribuTe and To coIIecT books. Supervised by lvliss Mabel Buck- walTer, our new librarian, They have done an excellenT iob in keeping The library, an essenTial parT of our school, neaTly and properly ar- ranged. Left To righf, Seafed: G. O. Rep., C. Neidorf, Sec., C. Rosenslein, Pres., J. Jordan, Treas., A. Ehli, C. Campbell. Row 2: D. Hembach, C. McMahon, Adviser, Miss M. Buckwalter, E. Kent, A. Slesser, J. Pellicio, A. Augenlhaler, A. Carillo, C. Murphy, B. Harding. Row 3: D. Goedicke, B. Doeschner, A. McCoun, R. Ringelheim. LIFE'S GAY WHIRL FreeporT's social IiTe revolves aT high speed whenever The Dance CommiTTee under The supervision oT Miss Vivian Bird sponsors a wel- comed G.O. dance. This year The commiTTee planned and execuTed Three record-breaking dances: Au- Tumn FanTasy, JupiTer Jump, and The Spring Dance. On SaTurday mornings preceding These dances, members of This energeTic group could be seen sTringing crepe paper and Tacking up appropriaTe decoraTions. This commiTTee has one aim: To make each dance big- ger and beTTer Than ever. fNi'P,P' f'li.i'A lf left To righi, Row I: S. Perlslein, J. Brown, K. Marino, B. Friedman, J. Devlin. Row 2: Ad- viser, Miss V. Bird, G. O. Rep., P. Diamond, Chairman, A. Ballot, Sec., V. Edwards, J. Flint, P. Sullivan, M. Laino, G. Ryan. Row 3: J. Kiernan, G. Cleary, A. Sammis, S Dumper. Row 4: G. Toffen, B. Raynor, P. Munkelt. Row 5: J. Soufhard, M. Regan, G Remsen. Row 6: L. Feile, P. Geary, J. Amico, J. Ackerman. AUDIENCES APPLAUD This year The Senior Assembly CommiTTee, direcTed by Miss Claudia Buclcovich, has- done a magniTicenT iob providing inTeresT- ing programs Tor each Thursday's senior high assem-loly. They not only planned varied protessional enTer- TainmenT, buT also presenTed sTu- .dent assemblies which received ac- claim Trom The school body. Espe- cially memorable perTormances were The sTudenTs' quiz, "WhaT's My Crime?": The ChrisTmas play, "Uncle Jimmy vs. ChrisTmas": and The scienTiTic program on liquid air. Left to right, Row l: Adviser, Miss C. Buckovich: Vice-Pres., L. Bolognese: G. O. Re p M. Van. Burkirk: Sec., L. Gabrina. Standing: Pres., J. Ciaravino. Row 2: C. Hope, A Reiger, V. Vesely, S. Gulit, M. Dufty, J. Koch, M. Glean, B. Ellis, L. Rigoulot, J. Hopkins, M. Regan. Row 3: J. Mercer, E. DeMov, M. Jackson, G. Avy, M. Longergan, G. Cleary, C. Campbell, C. Asch, H. Chapouras, Row 4: B. Davis, P. Ziegler, A. Cohen, V. Austin, M. Benne, E. Mayer, L. Feile, J. Kelleher. Row 5: P. Jones, S. Hart, M. Kotovitch, D Feildstein, M. Thomas, A. Murphy, F. Volz, B. Friedman, J. Aemisegger. ON STAGE As The curtain closed on anoTher successTul senior play, The casT re- alized ThaT The weeks oT intense rehearsals preceding The acTual performance were well-worTh Their Time and eTlorT. Under The capable direction oT lvlr. Henry BurneTT The Masque and Wig presenTed "Kind Lady," which was a Tremendous success. ln order To learn more about The Theater, These Thespians aTTended The Broadway produc- Tion oT "Picnic." Left To right, Kneeling: L. Feile, B. Bond, A. Ballot, P. Diamond. Row 1: E. DeMov: J. Ciaravino: Pres., R. White: P. Sullivan: G. O. Rep., S. Dumper: B. Ellis. Row 2: Adviser, Mr. H. Burnett, P. Munkelt, M. Kaplan. Row 3: Vice-Pres., J. Friedman: B. Doeschner: B. Stewart. Row 4: P. Hellsten, M. Lonergan, H. DeMov. Not Shown: Seca-Treas.. L. Cushmore. H5914 SCHOOL 0-0FFlCE"" bur- 2" Left to right, Row 7: Vice-Pres., M. Van Buskirk, Pres., B. Raynor, G. O. Rep., P. Killikelly, Adviser, Miss M. Constable. Row 2: J. Wagner, A. Cohen, P. Brush, J. Aemisegger, D. Swank. Row 3: A. Ballot, G. Cleary, B. Poynter, J. Santa Maria, C. Rosenstein. Row 4: B. Nichols, V. Austin, J. Kiernon. Row 5: M. Lacy, M. Hirsch, S. Hart. Not Shown: Secretary, A. Ehli. A"Jl9d4KU f lllfl-l'1l I I Left to right, Sitting: J. Friedman, A. Ballot, P. Hellsten, B. Bond. Standing: D. Wiesenfeld, Adviser, Mr. H. Burnett, J. Cibravino, S. Dumper, E. DeMov, P. Diamond, J. Cleary, J. Levene. INFORMATION PLEASE The members ot the Senior Cour- tesy Committee, under the guid- ance ot Miss Maud Constable. serve each day to direct students or visitors who are untamiliar with the school buildings and the daily routine ot F.l-l.S. Members are posted throughout the halls at stra- tegic spots to minimize the contu- sion ot passing classes and to keep the halls cleared and quiet at other times. Seniors can volunteer for this activity and spend one study hall a day at their post. SCHOOL TALK A cheery "Good Morning" and a "Good Afternoon" coming trom the public address introduces the Public Address Announcers who, under the supervision ot Mr. l'lenry Burnett, keep the school well posted on the day's important events and coming school tunctions. Each week three members, one ot whom acts as chairman, are selected to an- nounce. The chairman coordinates activities and makes sure that all announcements are read promptly at 8:40 and l:55. Excellent drama- tizations and expert singing pro- vide Freeport with its own public- ity program. 77 SEARCH AND RESEARCH Since I93l the Science Club has been active in promoting a keen interest in science among the stu- dents ot F.l-l.S. Their meetings at which scientitic movies are otten shown are held every Tuesday at- ternoon. This year each member was responsible tor bringing to the group an organized demonstration on some scientitic phase. The Club members are also eligible to par- ticipate in the Gruman and the Westinghouse Scholarships. lvfr. Paul Jordan guides this group in its many and varied activities. Left to right, Row 1: J. Clark, A. Wein- burg, F. Weiss, Sec., H. DeMov. Row 2 B. Harding, D. Hembach, G. Papado- poulos, K. Koster, Mr. P. Jordan, Pres. M. Thomas. Row 3: P. Socolov, A. Ehli, P. Berman, H. Schulsinger. Left to right, Row 7: V. Spivey, J. Case, J. Lacy, Soc. Sec., C. Marra, S. Kapin, H. Meyers. Row 2: G. O. Rep., A. Hoenes, Treas., G. Wise, Historian, B. Murdock, J. Boyle, Pres., K. Marino, Vice Pres., J. Reis, Soc. Sec., C. Gikki, Corres. Sec., R. Fiora. Row 3: Miss A. Rowley, S. Baumann, B. Mecking, V. Doctor, L. Moss, M. Jenkins, P. Phillips, J. McGinn, P. Lowle, J. Minnerly, D. Krewson, L. Kihl, J. Dorrel. ti' X BE., yn LA S, Vi Nyrxf , , L.. fn hw, 3 5 f ii 'T . T. .L Left to right, Row 1: P. Dickey, B. Caniz- zaro, D. Sullivan, M. Lona, P. Thompson Row 2: N. Tobias, M. Viebrock, M. White, L. Murry, G. O. Rep., A. Murphy. Row 3: A. Runclell, B. Stewart, P.vNone- maker, N. Epple, Vice Pres., M. lntril- Iigator. Not Shown: Treas., R. Winter DEVOTED DOM ESTICITY The Senior Future Homemakers ot America under the competent advisership ot Mrs..Alma Rowley is composed ot girls interested in home economics. These girls spend much ot their time serving at Board ot Education and taculty teas, pro- viding sandwiches tor other stu- dent organizations, and distribut- ing items to needy tamilies in the Freeport area. ln addition to their local activities, the F.l-LA meets with other chapters to discuss and volunteer valuable intormation tor all homemakers. M.P.'S The iob ot the 7th and 8th Grade Courtesy Corps, under the guid- ance ot Miss Esther Brown, is to maintain order in the halls ot the Grove Annex. These students are easily recognized by their red and white arm bands on which are in- scribed the letters C.C. tor Cour- tesy Corps. The corps members are selected by their ' sixth grade teachers tor their dependability, common sense, and evidence ot leadership. Left to Right, Row 1: R. Tirrell, J. Slocum, S. Cleary, P. McLaughlin. Row 2: P. Weed F. Nintzel, C. Todd. Row 3: S. Everett, R. Lantor, N. Treuman, S. Zarchy, L. Franklin J. Mackenzie, Miss E. Brown. Left to right, Row 1: Mrs. R. Javorsky, Rec. Sec., A. Verona, Vice-Pres., S. Perlsteinp Pres., K. Marino, Soc. Sec., J. DeMov, Chair., C. Pellicio. Row 2:P. Ratner, C. Marra, M. Burkett, E. Cohen, A. Arceiri, J. Giordano, P. McLaughlin, S. Everett, Row 3: P. Axelrod, L. Lieppe, A. Birgenthal, M. Martin, R. Tirrell, K. Poulas, E. Hoyt. Row 4: C. Salmon, J. Ardston. Row 5: C. Warfield, B. Genner, M. Pellicio, P. Bernstein, M. Nigro, J. McGuire, B. Berman. Row 6: J. Reis, P. Morrow, J. Jaworowsky, M. Reese, N. Tobias, A. Grebinar, C. Lonergan. Row 7: L. Palace, J. Ott, J. Okun, P. Phillips, J. McGinn, M. Viebrock. ENTERTAINMENT PROVIDED Guided by Mrs. Rosamond Ja- vorsky, the members ot the Junior Assembly Committee plan the as- semblies tor the iunior high school and present the salutatory intro- duction to each performance. One ot this year's highlights was the excellent concert given by the Pots- dam Symphonette trom Potsdam Teachers' College. 79 CREATIVE CIRCLE The Art Club, although a new- comer to The 7Th grade activities, shows remarkable promise.'Under The supervision oT Miss Margaret Greer, These TalenTed youngsters devoTe an hour or more a week To their artistic aspirations. This year They have specialized in oil paint- ing. Left to right, Row 1: J. Halvorsen, A. Kirshner, R. Zehner, C. Hub- schmitt. Row 2: R. Villany, J. Mustachio, L. Bade, M. Muller. Row 3: J. Chapman, L. Franklin, J. Mackenzie, L. Ackesly, P. Loenthall, Mrs. M. Greer. BLENDED TONES The Junior Orchestra, led by Dr. J. Maynard WeTTlauTer, has made continued progress Through many hours ot intense rehearsals. Every Thursday noon Their melodic strains could be heard throughout The halls. This group oT young musicians displayed Their Talents at many iun- ior high assemblies and numerous P.T.A. meetings. They may Truly be The TulTillmenT To "ProT's" dream Tor a Senior Orchestra. 80 Left to right, Row 1: A. Rundell, R. Blanck, P. Geary, S. Power, K. Erickson, K. Barrett. Row 2: C. Voss, A. Hazard, S. Birk, J. Boyden, L. Zants, C. Brault, B. Dickey, A. Kirsner. Row 3: J. Watts, J. Dufty, S. Uman, R. Biondo, K. Applegate, T. Berger, R. Berman Row 4: S. Simanson, B. Comrie, M. Burkett, P. Lowenthal, L. Lieppe, S. Everett, M. John- son. Row 5: M. Gelling, J. Poster, M. Moretti, M. Viebrock, E. Schenke, J. Amico, H Varmas. Row 6: S. Feldstein, L. McCIeary, Mr. J. M. Wettlaufer. Left to right, Row 1: M. Murdy, J. Raynor, Treas., F. Schmidt, Sec., J. Amico, Pres., W. Sweezy, Vice-Pres., B. Baker, J. Ardston, V. Carswell. Row 2: K. Marino, J. Amico, P. Geary, J. Fenyo, D. Krewson, M. McDonald, M. Flandofer, S. Link, E. Zipper, S. Baker, S. Perlstein, K. Poulos, A. Simoneon. Row 3: A. Verona, N. Tobias, B. Kaars, M. Vie- brock, J. Quilty, J. Okun, J. Engel, B. Blanck, D. Hellsten, L. Paldas, J. DeMov, H. Blue- stein, H.Varmis, D. Davidow, N. Krushank, Miss A. Davis. Row. 4: J. Reese, J. Fink,W. Pennell, A. Mirabella, R. Segal, B. Schaap, P. Thompson, R. Bergmon, R. Vogt, R. Homan, R. Heundin, S. Uman, J. Randolph, L. Di Paolo, P. Dickey, P. Constanteles, R. Ardenella. 'Yam wr ? Left to right, Row l: S. Strassle, M. Pellicio, P. Lucin, S. Everett, K. Canapary. Row 2: C. Brault, R. Resnick, J. MciGuire, Sec., R. Lantor, Pres., S. Link, Vice-Pres., B. Kordes, S. Simonson, S. Baker, K. Poulas, A. Taylor. Row 3: C. Pellicio, N. Treuman, L. Pearsall, B. Genner, B. Carbough, E. Valdimer, B. Smith, Miss S. Cottone, Corres. Sec., P. Schnibbe, L. Zants, L. Williams, P. Morse, E. Zipper, M. Snir, O. Martinolich, L. Miller. Row 4: M. Burkett, H. Gordon, D. de Lambert, L. Fradkin, N. Grosser, B. Martin, C. Largia, J. Anserehl, E. Mallang, D. Lazaroft, J. Koster. Not shown: Treas., E. Deiches. POINTS OF PRIDE The highest achievement tor a junior high student is membership in the National Junior Honor So- ciety. The members are chosen tor their outstanding scholarship, lead- ership, character, and service, the tour cardinal principles ot this or- ganization. Members may be selec- ted trom the eighth and ninth grades, and only ten per cent ot a class is inducted. This year the stu- dents held a bazaar in order to raise money tor a worthy charity. HOME MANAGEMENT The members ot the Junior Fu- ture Homemakers ot America un- der the guidance ot Miss Salvatrice Cottone are continually striving tor better tamily relationships and tor more successtul community lite. This committee, which belongs to the national chapter, sponsored several bazaars to raise money tor their dues. Two ot their many other projects were collecting canned goods tor the needy on Thanksgiv- ing and corresponding with toreign youths in an exchange ot ideas. 81 BUDGET WISE These young workers are selected by their homeroom teachers to aid the 'General Organization by col- lecting 6.0. payments and dis- tributing "Flasl'lingS" in the junior high school. Supervised by lvlr. l-lenry Chemnitz, the Junior Home- room Managers greatly help to spark the sales ot G.O. tickets, which this year could be purchased tor tour dollars or seven dollars. The seven dollar ticket included the yearbook. Without the enthusi- astic support ot these managers, the 6.0. would tind it clitticult to meet their yearly budget. Left to right, Row 1: A. Simonsen, Asst. Sec. 8. Ed., K. Poulas, Sec., N. Treuman. Row 2: P. McLaughlin, R. Tirrell, R. Berman, Treas., J. Randolph. Row 3: D. Applebuam, A. Arcuri, M. Muller, Vice-Pres., S. Everett, S. Cleary, B. Dickey, N. Grasser, R. Raynor, W. Humber, Pres., S. Uman, R. Herendeen, P. Volkmcn, Editor, G. Fink. Left to right, Row 7: P. Reegan, E. Deiches, V. Demuth, S. Baker, M. Flandorfer, R. Zirchner, B. Smith. Row 2: A. Ackerman, S. Cleary, G. McKenna, R. Tirrell, B. Humber, G. Rosen, B. Genner. Row 3: B. Pollack, P. Geary, J. Reis, G. Walters, B. Baker, N. Somerville. Row 4: T. Ireland, H. Bleustein, F. Muller, Mr. H. Chemnity, T. Humphreys, B. Blank. REPORTERS AT LARGE All junior high school news 'found in Flasl-lingS is the work ot the dili- gent 7tl1 Grade Press Club. ln order to obtain a position on this junior statl, a student must main- tain a grade ot A or B in English. Under the advisership ot lvliss Anne Estock, these reporters meet every Tuesday trom 3:20 to 4:00 in room 235 to edit news gathered on junior high clubs and social events. They have done an excellent job and as- pire to senior editorial positions. Junior Variety Show. Junior Variety Show. Junior Variety Show. Future Homemakers Club. American Legion Prize Speaking Con- iesf. JUFIJOI' PI'0r11-"Soiree Enchaniee ' HQ 4m0j JAQMWWLQK A .. A ,. . J -' --E-,14f , .p:?.:f,1, ,-1. e.- J 4 "' K . " " H if fi f 4 Q133 if ft A 113 ' ' , V N,,,, -,, . , ,K 3 5 , JJ, L K ug V J G. O. sponsored dance. G. O. eleciion campaign. " Nl rn' ' i 7 ' WW The Choruses The choruses, under the skillful direction of Miss Miriam Roberts. afford an unusual opportunity for practical choral instruction and provide the school with some excellent musical programs. This com- bination class and extra-curricular activity consists of three separate groups: The Senior Girls' Chorus, comprised of girls from the senior high school: the Mixed Chorus, composed of boys and girls from the senior high school: and the Ninth Grade Girls' Chorus, composed of girls from the ninth grade. This year the Senior Girls' Chorus, accompanied by Jane Aemisegger and Muriel White, performed at the Christmas assembly in their memorable candle-light procession. The other events in which the choruses participated were the Board of Educa- tion Sunday Afternoon Concert and the formal eve- ning recital at the Annual Spring Concert. The ability that these students continually displayed is in keeping with the fine tradition that the choruses have established here af Freeport High School. J. Aemlsegger, J. Alcom, A. Augen- thaler, V. Austin, G. AVYI B. Barnett, N Barllng, P. Barnett, J. Barnett, A. Bennett, S. Berman, T. Bochan, M. Briggs, L. Buck, J. Butler, B. Colter, H. Chipouras, L Cushmore, H. Dempsey, J. Devlin, S. Dewald, B. Doeschner, G. Engels, B. Foernsler, E. Freeman, L. Gabrlner, E Garcia, C. Geekle, J. Goldsmith, C Drayton, S. Guilt, J. Halvorsen, J. Hueb- ner, C. Hope, M. Jackson, J. Hopkins, B. Jenkins, J. Koch, M. Katovitch, C. Layton, L. Larlar, J. Lee, Y. Levitt, C. Limoll, A. Matthews, G. Mays, J. McAllister, C. McMurray, J. Mercer, V. Moore, C Nichols, J. Nigro, A. Passafiume, S. Phll- lips, A. Predonzani, C. Raynor, J. Rem- sen, L. Rigoulot, M. Rlvera, T. Schneider, J. Slnton, F. Smlth, J. Sommers, M. Sonn, R. Spitz, V. Vesely, V. Volkmann, J Wagner, P. West, R. White, L. Wittcotf, D. Wiesenfeld, J. Yarrow, S. Sheppard, D. Pfltzer, D. Mathewson, M. White, Accompanist. o s Mixed Chorus Left io right, Row 1: L. Rigoulot, A. Matthews, J. Aemisegger, R. Spitz, W. Emerson, C. Brady, B. Schaap, J. Duda, S. Clewner. Row 2: V. Moore, J. Hopkins, N. Barling, V. Vesely, M. Schnider, S. Sheppard, D. Schmidt, M. Haas, L. Murray. Row 3: B. Doeschner, iP. Barnett, F. Smith, M. Kotovitch, S. Dewald, P. West, J. Flint, F. Welsh, M. Laino. Mixed Chorus Left to right, Row 7: J. Lee, M. Glean, M. Sonn, J. Kasoff, T. Jafte, J. Kapin, C. Otalvaro. Row 2: B. Colter, B. Barnett, M. Jackson, J. Butler, J. Barnett, B. Jenkins, C. Limoli. Row 3: T. Solomon, J. Miranda, D. Felstein, S. Somers, R. Schmidt. 9th Grade Girls' Chorus Left to right, Row 1: N. Somerville, V. Doctor, D. Roberts, J. Jaworoski, M. Tarobocchia, C. Kreuger, S. Perlstein, C. Dougherty, B. Holub. Row 2: G. Walters, S. Gleason, B. Brines, G. Saylor, R. Ripel, C. Valois, R. Durland, A. Verona, K. Crowley. Row 3: C. Stauffer, M. Volker, A. Hughes, B. Johnson, C. Lonergan, L. Baldwin, C. Van Bourgondien, D. Jones, N. Jackson. Left to Right, Row 1: C. Soper, D. Krewson, K Marino, B. Gordon, J. Minnerly, M. Lieberman C. Marra, E. Hoyt, S. Kapin. Row 2: N. Tobias V. Fonda, V. Carswell, B. Kaars, D. Davidow J. Bryan, B. Demarest, E. Axelrod, B. Meekins Row 3: A. Grebinar, J. Reis, B. Baker, D. Hell- sten, J. Ott, L. Pallas, D. Salter, J. McGinn, J Hennlg. T I I ei '5 e 1 as M .Q 4' . as MQ gg hV, E in ,K ,HS km 46 , h: . ,V Q V tx, y wg ef-1 A' " Q. 65,41 1 'I qs '-,, , . ,Q i f ' 'AV i. , y J.:-1 A 'W r g ,i R. pager. opkins, E Fre y y y l Ncoufw. e"""n c . M Lonemani I W'e"e', S if' 4? 3 gouthcrd, M. -Phillf,,,,l C " , . ' Qrlnon o.1oUe" - V. Edwordsg J. Kiernan, Co-Coptaing A. Sammis, Co- Captainp G. Cleary. Cheers, Charm and Drive The cheerleaders, full ol vigor and spiril, can be seen cheering and singing al every loolball and bas- kerball game despile cold wealher or emply slands. Wi+h 'rheir enlhusiaslic leadership rhey hope 'ro spur lhe 'reams on +o greafer a+hle'lic viclories. This group can well be called 'rhe "cream of 'rhe crop" as +hey are chosen by 'lacully members and a 'Few oulsiders on +he basis ol cheering abiliry, charac+er, appear- ance, and leadership. Frequenl pracfices held on Friday aflernoons and Salurday mornings under lhe direc+ion'ol Mrs. Carole Cohen and co-caplains. Joan Kiernan and Audrey Sammis, helped lo accouml for 'rheir new cheers and successful season. 21 I1 FHS Band appearing at Madison Square Garden, New York City, June, 1953. Weeks oT arduous pracTice, drill, and marching aT The FreeporT STadium preceded ThaT TirsT appearance aT The Chaminade TooTball game. l-lighlighTing our perTorm- ances This year were new TormaTions: a lceysTone Tor "Penn- sylvania Polka," an arrow Tor an indian chanT, and a mili- Tary drill. ConTribuTing greaTly To The TormaTions' appeal were six sTruTTing members oT The Twirling squad. Drum MaioreTTe BeTTy Helen Raynor climaxed each presenTaTion by specTacular Twirling rouTines wiTh Tire baTons. This year's oTher noTable evenTs included being The TirsT band To play "DragneT" aT a TooTball game and wearing whiTe gloves aT The FreeporT-Baldwin game. TradiTionally The band parTicipaTes in The annual Memorial Day Parade, The concerTs held aT Jones Beach, and The CommencemenT exercises. This year The band was TurTher honored wiTh an inviTaTion To play in Madison Square Garden as guesT oT The InTernaTional Kiwanis Club. To Dr. J. Maynard WeTTlauTer, our direcTor, aTFecTion- aTely known as "ProT," we "Tip our haTs." Realizing ThaT all good Things are achieved only by hard work, Dr. WeTTlauTer esTablished The Junior High Band. The Junior Band performs on ArmisTice Day, in The Memorial Day Parade, and aT various oTher school and communiTy evenTs. Dr. J. Maynard Weffloufer XASQXEX' on 0- CXJ1 9,614 ' Q. vm We C::f6"'o'.lfl 5' lone' U ' . UW ' - . TRGNR-51 .S R. get Kiwi 1' sk. Boxa-um Row . pen - oqxdovll - hl, C109 ' D. 0 . H9 . x- . Lell lo gov! 2' Y RQV' 3 swim' no-ae' gn , K A' an 4 ig 1. . f '," f . J . . f W J A ' 7 J lf - , . 1 J ' ' lx- r X-L . fs l 1 .AX 5 r.- J 1.3 ki! P. West, B. Rcynor, J. Levy, TROMBONE AND BARITONE SECTION CLARINET SECTIQN si-if :-.:f""4 leff fo fl9l"l, Row lf R- Befmdn, A- R0dil1, E- DeM0v, R- Leff fo righf, Row 1: C. Sutherland, D. Russell, C. Speckardf, Milford- ROW 2: J- DeM0v, N- Williamson, H- Hicks- Row 32 D. Jurist. Row 2: M. Levin, l. Schram, J. Poland, A. Van Riper, W- ECl1Ul'f, l-- Fel5- P. Lusk, C. Wells, G. Dean. Row 3: J. Waits, J. Rcynor, J. Amico, N. Posner, M. Reese. JUNIOR BAND 1 ex liege: 'flvlrf i-CTUNVE C-OU .Royn on H, . ffllbg: F NC-ll Sull. or, ' DSM ' MQ ROWIVUH, D. Rsufherlgv, A' RqS?l'l L Re . ussel, Dui L Cm. Rowf Grd' D M, We 017, D JU'f"': ' Gf0fdQZlQ"fef.' O, D sq, N 1 X x . X G Y g .., k fi VXA Q s ' , . . "' I ' 'N , A ,mll ,. - f . N. i t S. Dumper, M. Heller, C. Helwig. SAXOPHONE AND FRENCH HORN DRUM AND PICCOLO SECTION ,Q-Gr' Left fo right, Row l: L. Lustig, D. Sullivan, H. DeMov, P. Wolsk. Leif io righf, Row 1: W. Jackson, L. Chapman, P. Sullivcn ROW 21 l-- D0Wlln9f l-- Freeman, Y- Berger, E- l-UmleY, M- H. Kinsey. Row 2: M. Johnson, J. Duffy, L. McCleary, J Muller, T. Bloomer. Row 3: N. Cruikshank, F. Russo, E. Suley, J. Brown. Row 3: M. loli, F. Schmidt Schenke, C. Crosine, M. Viebrock. Q ' Speck' F, .L l hqpm B E 2 E 5 E I E 2 S: W1 1 3 F F: F 5 lil ,, H' Freepori Freepori' Freepori' Freeporf Freepor+ Freepori Freepori Freeporf Freepor+ Freepori Freeporf Freepor+ Freepori' Freepor+ Freepori' Freepori' Freeporf Freepori Left to right: G. O. Rep., E. DeMov, Treas., E. Smith, Pres., V. Edwards, Vice-Pres., J. Ciaravino, Sec., R. Pfister, Miss D. Clark. Through the Girls' Athletic Association, under the capable guidance ot Miss Dorothy Clark and Mrs. Carole Cohen. girls in the ninth through the twelfth grades are provided with an excellent sports program. To become a member ot this association a girl must receive her first award, the Numeral. This is achieved upon an accumula- tion ot I25 points, which can be acquired by regular at- tendance at tour sports during the year, participation in class and honor teams, management ot the supplies, and otliciation at games. The Shield, the Letter, and the Gold Key are awarded upon the acquisition ot 250, 4-OO and 600 points, respec- tively. Certificates of these awards are given out at the Annual Girls' Sports Assembly. Valerie Edwards, by achieving the greatest number ot points, had her name inscribed upon the gold plaque. During this assembly the names of the new student leaders are also announced. These girls, chosen to help direct gym classes, must dem- onstrate ability to give military commands and lead gym exercises. This activity entitles a girl to I5 points a year toward an award. STUDENT LEADERS Left to right, Bottom Row: P. Diamond, V. Edwards, E. DeMov, J. Ciaravino, G. Totten, R. Pfister. Top Row: M. Jackson, J. Devlin, C. Phillips, C. Schretzmayer, I. Harger, A. Hansen, P. Green, D. Mathewson. BASKETBALL Basketball, too, is directed by Mrs. Carole Cohen. Many girls come out 'For this sport. but only twelve can make the honor team. This year, the class teams played East Rockaway, Mepham, and Oceanside. ln these games the girls were able to show their ability, and from these showings the honor team was chosen. The Honor Team Play Day was held at Southside High School and Freeport placed fourth. Left to right, Botton Row: J. Lee, D. Merk, C. Jenkins, J. Riley, G. Remsen, W. Waters, Top Row: G. Totten, V. Edwards, Capt. M. Lewis, M. Dedrick, C. We Left to right: W. Waters, J. Lee, M. Dedrick, G. Remsen, J. Henningsen, Capt S Dumper, J. Levene, V. Edwards, D. Merk, J. Ciaravino, E. Lee, L. Cannon. VOLLEYBALL Volleyball is a team sport whose success relies on a spirit of coopera- tion, a sport in which no one individual stands out. Therefore, lvlrs. Carole Cohen, in picking an honor team, chooses a group that will work well together. This year the Honor Team Play Day was held in our own gym- nasium. Freeport, competing against Mepham, Baldwin, East Rockaway, and Southside High Schools, placed tirst. Left to right, Bottom Row: K. Reese, D. Merk, B. Smevik, J. Mercer, L. Can- non, S. Phillips. Top Row: E. Lee, P. Green, G. Remsen, K. Koster, G. Totten, Capt. R. Pfister, P. Hollender, J. Lee. HOCKEY BOWLING Though girls' sports generally have never re- ceived as much acclaim as boys' sports pro- grams, girls' sports have been iust as important in providing atter school activity and are at- tended with as much enthusiasm, hard work, and tun. The girls on the Hockey Honor Team under the supervision ot Miss Dorothy Clark could be seen wielding their mean hockey sticks almost every Tuesday and Thursday tall atternoon at the Raynor Street Field. These practices resulted in Freeport's placing second in the Honor Team Play Day at Valley Stream l-ligh School. The bowling team, which is directed by Miss Dorothy Clark, plays at Modern Alleys in Bald- win. The Bowling Honor Team consists ot the girls who have achieved the tive highest av- erages at the completion ot the season. This year Valerie Edwards attained the highest average. Table Tennis, a very competitive individual sport, is coached by lvliss Dorothy Clark. To become a member ot the Honor Team, a girl must reach one ot tive tinal positions in the elimination tournament. This year, the Honor Team Play Day was held at Lawrence High School, and Freeport came in tirst out ot seven teams. TABLE TENNIS Left to right, Bottom Row: Capt. V. Edwards, E. DeMov. Left to right: J. Levene, S. Dumper, E. Appel, Capt. N. Ritter, Top Row: J. Santa Moria, N. Ritter, C. Rosenstein. E. Segal. 3 l I n Len fo ,i hy. V. Edwards G, Vigel, Capt. C. Phillips, R. Left to right: E. Appel, J. Southard, Capt. N. Ritter, M. Lewis, g I pager. D. Jaworowski, J. Ciaravino. SOFTBALL The Archery Honor Team, under the capable guidance ot Mrs. Carole Cohen, climaxed their season by receiving third place at the Honor Team Play Day held at Mepham High School. This team was composed ot the girls who had obtained the tive highest averages in prac- tices at Raynor Street Field. Mary Dodd was the high scorer tor the season. The Badminton Honor Team, also under the guidance ot Mrs. Caroie Cohen, consisted ot the tinal tive winners ot the elimination tourna- ment. These tive girls, playing both the singles and the doubles at the Honor Team Play Day at Mepham High School, took second place. The Sottball Honor Team, under the able direction ot Miss Dorothy Clark, also attended the Honor Team Play Day at Mepham High School. Although Freeport came in Fifth, there was still a great spirit ot enthusiasm and co- operation among the girls. Left to right, Bottom Row: C. Hahn, B. Merrill, Capt. L. Scopinich, E. Ham- merl, G. Remsen. Top Row: E. Smith, S.'Schlegel, M. Lewis, N. Epple, A. Ballot. Left fo right, Row 1: B. Heenan, D. Pennell, J. Papacosma, F. Wadlington, L. Fernandez, J. Paken- ham, P. Nicolino, J. Swisher, P. Sullivan, M. Tirman, J. Morrow, Coach G. Moser. Row 21 Coach B. Ashley, G. Ryan, J. Sanborn, D. Robinson, T. McGrath, P. Hubbell, K. Voughr, P. Killikelly, B. Mankowich, A. Olsen, R. Stile, Coach V. Zuaro. Row 3: F. Welsh, A. Monestere, T. Fellman, D. Cameron, D. Riley, C. Ramsden, B. DeFazio, B. Ullian, G. Bird, J. Jones, H. Hockman. Coach Bill Ashley, Co-Captains P. Killikelly, J. Pakenham. Pigskin Packers A 'ioolball leam ihal iighls ifs hardesr when lhe going is Jrough is a ieam 'io be proud oi. The +ough l3-6 win over Mineola and 'rhe goal line s+and lo gain a 7-6 decision over l-lempsiead demonslrales 'rhe The driving spirii oi our Varsily Fooiball Team. Fumbles ar crucial rno- menis led 'ro our deieai al' lviepham and laler a+ Baldwin. His diiiiculi 'ro single our a iew players from a ieam which worked so well logelher. Our lwo half-backs, Dick Pennell and Fred Waclling- 'l'on. lurned in ouislanding performances along wiih Bob lvianlcowich, Pai Nicolino, and Richie Cameron. This year's leadership was in l'he capable hands oi co-caplains Pal' Killilcelly and Jim Palcenham, and coaching, as usual, was clone by Mr. Bill Ashley and Mr. Vince Zuaro. ' . , , f m 1,2-1,f.y1g.gf. ' A i 'Sr-V -.ff-rl 'A ' 3 il ug, , 2919. .sql . I ,S ,,,,,,,.t in Pi i X1 . .sf -'fr ,.5,,-M ' " wuz. fffizkisf , 4' 1' ' i ' 4 W I W ii, r 3' 5 Ji sr W ' ' K 'iii' 3 i A ' 1 J ii' 4 u Mi 'f ' . ,r iff -M P. Killikelly J, Pqkgnhqm liar ! . N 'yi' Q . 3 , gy., -1 .3 . W a, ,I , ,g l i - 3 le m.. . . 'ftf-4' i, I ""' View ' . ' . if "" is-8' , ' ' , V' 11.1,-ef: fizf., ' . ' " -'l.'1: "W .. 'Z' ' . -.i , ' , i ,,: ' H M, .. .Au , g ,V mg, 1 " ,, sy .. F. Wadlington J. Papacosma R, Pei-mall R, Stile - ii. -.,' , i,.,. ..,. . ., . .. ,,.. " , , N .. an ' 3 ' ' illflili Miki? '-- , f J' I i " T J' . . ,i is . as 1 ii. if r ' 'iii-sir : "" , . V - , I. ' ' Z. if . M. ' " 7 ' . " cis, Vg: ' ' ,rg A f ' --5 :5 lm . M. Tirman L. Fernandez P. Sullivan n ov' P. Nicolino J. Morrow . a ic 1 ff DLUISQ rghfl ROW I. D C ' ow 2: Q ' S Oach V. Kirsch, JHNHording yjsz 5. Whfny, R afl-,an R Oy, B B - lewis ' . By ' erg , I H e' D' l-Under er C' Smirh, P ohfiildeff R. K' . gon, B, Gasp - Pelllfer D C llllan C B ef,C,E ,' ' oo ' ' reok If 'Nb , l Slo relch, P. Erwinls C. Trrqno. R22 Promising Victories The Junior Varsify and Freshman Foolball Teams, coached by Mr. Viclor Kirsch and Mr. Joe Devlin, respeclively, become experl loolball players by learning lhe fundamenlals and praclicing 'rhem unlil lhey become second nalure. The Freshmen learn 'rhe basic lechnique of blocking, laclcling. and running. Their games, played before emply slands and nol publicized loo widely. are imporlanl because +hey give lhe boys much needed experience. Their record was 7 wins and I loss. Left to right, Row 1: Coach J. Devlin, M. Kemp, J. Ciaravino, B Sutermesiter, F. Vooris, T. Hum- phreys, W. Sweezey, A. Waller- man, Coach C. Hoener. Row 2: J. Urbanske, B. Simmons, S. Sommers, L. Amenller, P. Lillier, A. Augusl, R. Manuello, F. Bade. Row 3: S. Powell, G. Homer, D. Hannigton, R. Clarke, F. Bouffard, F. Kiernan, J. Raschke, M. Fowler. Row 4: B. Manning, Manager B. Newman, R. Bates, R. Wahlgrbn, J.. Pariw, Manager W. Burkefl. ' 1 The Junior Varsiiy receives insiruclion in iniri- cafe plays and develops grealer efhciency in shil'+y offense and powerful defense. More drill, praclice, and games mold lhe leam info a fighling, coopera- 'five group of players. Even lhough mosl ol The var- siiy 'ream is leaving This year, nexl year's 'ream should do well if fhe record of 6 wins and I splil decision, challced up by lhe J.V. leam, is carried lo varsily compelilion nexl' year. 1---...l, :mu-.-.si-q..s....w .-m.......-f.. lf..-.1-.......-..m,...-nl. 2. W. nm... - MM, ...w-.. . . .f-...N -...--... --.m--............m.......-,-..........,...,.-,...,.M......... Hoopsters Sink Shots This year Freeporl' High welcomed a new coach, Mr. Joe Glaclcen. Mr. Glaclcen was a+ one 'rime a Freeporl' High School siar and a+ Syracuse Univer- sily was elec+ed caplain of 'rhe baslcelrball leam. This year he has done an excellenf iob of organizing and coaching Jrhe Varsify Baske+ball Team. The Team go'f off +o a slow slarf, buf finished 'rhe season wi'rh 5 wins and 9 losses. George Emma's high scoring led To 'rhe +wo viclories over Baldwin, one lhrillingly won by lrhe narrow margin of 50-49. The Oceanside 'ream was defealred by scores of 73- 58 and 78-56. Nexl year is awailed wi+h high hopes because many of This year's seasoned players are iuniors or sophomores. George Emma, Sou'rh Shore A+hle'ric League High scorer, will be seen in aclion along wi+h George Bird, Pe+e Erwin, and Billy Walsh. ffl' NWA., ,J left fo right, Row I: L. Hurlbert, J. Papucosma, W. Walsh. Row 2: G. Bird, G. Emma. R. Sfile, W. Durlcnd, W. Lewis, P. Erwin. x l x .-""'ilv- left to right, Row I: D. Snyder, B. Whitty, R. DiGasso, R. Lewis. Row 2: Coach G. Moser, A. Ritter, C. Elfreich, P. Alpert, W. McColl. Dribblcrs Gain Practice The J. V. Basketball Team was seen in action each night preceding the varsity basketball game. This year the team, under the direction of Mr. George Moser, had a fairly good season, finishing with a record of 8 wins and IO defeats. Offensive play was sparked by Richard Lewis, Alan Ritter, and Wilbur McCall. The Freshman Basketball Team, under the ca- pable coaching of Mr. Lou Franklin, receives little publicity, but is a very important team. These future varsity players learn the elements of offensive and defensive play. This season's games, consisting of I I wins and 5 defeats, gave the boys very valuable playing experience. Left to right, Row 1: S. Feldstein, J. Slocum, R. Vogt, R. Finley. Row 2: R. Kemp, P Dickey, R. Munuelo, S. Sommers, T. Berger. Row 3: B. Simmons, B. Franklin, J. Ur- bansky, R. Clements, A. Williams, Coach L. Franklin, Sfanding, Leff io Righh D. Pennell, R. Drinkwater, J. Morrow, J. Ehref, R. Coughlin, R. Stile, D. Robinson, J. Papacosmo, L. Renton. B. Heenan, Mr. W. Tuthill-Coach. Kneeling, Leff to Right: R. Vasseur, D. Murphy, C. Pflug, R. Tuthill, T. Virzi, W. Yenfsch, D. Morrell, E. Lucek, G. Smith. Batman f l I Z9 ' L ,gf-7? Aire, JV A 'ream whose spirii' coniinues, even lhough ihey lose game alier game, is a 'ream ihai has learned lrue sporiismanship. Coached by Mr. Win- sion Tuihill, and caprained by Wall' Yenlch, The Varsify Baseball Team finished ihe season wi+h a rec- ord of4 wins and I I losses. They bear Baldwin, Mep- ham, Hempsiead, and Lawrence and placed lillh in lhe Souih Shore Aihleiic League. Allhough Jrhe win and loss record is noi very impressive, several of ihe boys played ouisianding baseball. Ralph Siile showed greai poleniialiiy as a piicherg Tom Virzi's hiHing was a greai help io The squad: and Capiain Wall Yen+ch's line calching, .333 hiiiing, and excelleni leadership won for him The posilion of caicher on ihe Long Island All Scholasiic Baseball Team. FROSH Leff fo ,ight Smnding. L Hurlbenl Coach L' Franklin' Lelf io righf, slancling: Coach L. Franklin, A. Ritter, D. Jurist, B. Whitfy, R. Lewis, G. Emma, J. Sanborn, G. Bird, V, B. Whiffy, G. Bird, R. Lewis, B. MacFarland. Siifing: S. Lan- Tunsiall. Silfing: R. Killian, E. Sommers, W. Bird, D. Dawson, dm-'I A- Yvnellil R- Killian' F- Grossman, D- 5nYClef, T- El'WiI'1, J. Wallace, P. Erwin. D- O'B"len- L A gi .. A3 , , K - . -., , ,.,.,,,.. , . Left to right, Row l: J. Flint, D. Healy, G. Brown, D. Giordano, J. Gallagher, R. Nixon, E. Strecker, l. Duffy, W. Gasper, W. Williams, A. Robertson, F. Shamash, B. Gross. Row 2: Mr. J. Augustine, P. Humphreys, A. Richmond, L. Milligan, M. Humphreys, Y. Moy, C. Cramer, J. Dickey, H. Uman D. Bretzger, E. Drake, Mr. R. Powell, Mr. C. Hoener. Row 3: F. Wadlington, L. Ruger, J. Lane, P. Becker, R. Coons, R. Noll, J. Nicoletti, J. Tucker, A. Donheiser, D. Cleary, G. Ringer, G. Gahn. Row 4: R. Pollard, T. Sinclair, J. Russell, R. Digasso, P. Hellsten, R. Jonass, R. Fassett, R. Hedlund, R. Ferro, R. Corwin, A. Watterson, J. Pelletier. Row 5: J. Gerken, J. Montiel, A. Morrow, R. Berger, R. Boyce, R. Jones, C. Pratt, L. Amentler, E. Turansky, F. Welsch, T. Freeman, R. Turnau. a Jn... Sport of Chamlinons .45 it zff at Track and Field is otten called the "Sport ot ,sq Champions" because each boy competes tor him- selt, and his accomplishments are the result ot his labor. Our track team is coached by Mr. Randy ,X Q Powell, Mr. John Augustine, and Mr. Clarence M. EJ: ' l-loener. ' ' A du if The boys are instructed in running, sprinting, ifflfl high jumping, pole vaulting, and the other events - included in a track meet. Every spring atternoon 1 F. ' during the week the boys practice at Randall Park in South Freeport. Larry Ruger can be seen at the . ' 7 ",f ll pole vault: Fred Wadlington, running the hurdles: ., I 'I A A Dick Coons, practicing his sprintingp and John Ger- ,rg , ken putting the shot. 5:2537 V. ',..f,ffif,jE2' Led by Captain Pete Humphreys, the team de- q0i'iQ'L teated Baldwin twice and came within one-halt point 5 ot beating Lawrence. The close ot the season tound Q the team with a record ot 2 wins and 6 losses. ' Q . A Y Nxgf- '- E"fk.gv NW '- SSN A N156 NS! . T1 TEAM TAKES SECOND PLACE Lacrosse, which was infroduced fo l:.l'l.S. several years ago has been gaining popularify as a resulf of ifs consfanf success in league compefifion. Wifh The diligenf efforf and capable coaching of Mr. Bill Ashley, fhe Varsify Lacrosse Team finished second in fhe lvlefropolifan Lacrosse League. By beafing such feams as Garden Cify, lvlanhassef, Peekskill Milifary Academy, and Mineola, fhe feam fallied an impressive record of 8 wins and only 2 losses. Skillful sfickhandling and close feam play on fhe parf of affackmen Jack Raynor, Dick Darcey, and Paul Sullivan and quick defensive acfion by goalie Arfhur Andrews were fhe key facfors in pre- venfing fhe opposifion from scoring. . A A 4.- LeH to righf, sianding: Coach W. Ashley, H. Canfilli, R. Mankowich J. Pakenham, P. Sullivan, A. Andrews, R. Riley. Kneeling: R. Darcey P. Anglim, I.. Fernandez, R. Ullian, A. Olsen. HARRIERS TRIUMPHANT The Cross Counfry Team, experiencing ifs larg- esf furnouf in years, had a very successful season wifh a record of 6 wins and l loss. The feam, coached by Mr. Roberf Miller, en- fered fheir firsf meef wifh very few experienced runners, buf fhey upsef Hempsfead and beaf Valley Sfream. Qufsfanding running by Capfain Dick Coons, George Emma, and Dave Cleary provided a one, fwo, fhree punch which led fhe harriers fo beaf all feams fhey ran againsf excepf Sewanhaka. Left to righi, Row 7: D. Healy, M. Tieman, C. Beers, E. Strecker, R. Nixon, A. Waters, A. Robertson. Row 2: T. Gray, J. Dickey, R. Coons, G. Ringer, A. Morrow, P. Malowski, J. Montiel. Row 3: Coach R. Miller, D. Cleary, G. Emma, L. Milligan, T. Freeman, P. Quick, R. Eckert, P. Hellsten, Manager S. Mackenzie. The Bowling Team, coached by Mr. Randy NIMRODS TAKE BETTER AIM Every aTTernoon aTTer school during The winTer Left to right, Row l:, Coach Waller Joy, P. Sullivan, E. Drake, F. Swartz, P. Wolff, J. Flint. Row 2: M. Lalno, C. Vogl, W. Doremus. monThs, The Rifle Team, drilling under The experT direcTion oT Mr. WalTer Joy, can be heard in The Carol G. ATlcinson School. These boys are Trained To develop sharp eyes and sTeady hands. They Then apply Their slcill in PINMEN STRIKE HIGH Powell, Tor some unlcnown reason has acquired and mainTained The TiTle, "gianT killer." AlThough They are unable To beaT The low Teams in The SouTh Shore AThleTic League, They Top such Teams as HempsTead and CenTral. This year's upseT was over CenTral High School. l-lenry Els, The capTain, Dan Hanslin, Tom Larson, and Howard Jacobs were This season's ouT- sTanding rollers. In pracTice aT Warner's Bowling Alley, Henry Els mainTained an average of I45 and Dan Hanslin, an average oT l48. compeTiTion wiTh oTher schools on Long Island. The Team compleTed This season wiTh a record oT 8 wins and 9 deTeaTs beaTing Oceanside, Baldwin, Long Beach, Sou+hside, and Lynbroolc. The Team, co-capTained by Paul WolTF and Fred SchwarTz, had The experT marlqsmanship oT Charlie VogT, PaT Sullivan, and Mike Laino. Since mosT oT The Team is comprised oT juniors and sophomores, nexT year's prospecTs appear very Tavorable. Leff To righl, Kneeling: D. Hanslin, G. Nelson, H. Jacobs, B. Ragusa, M. Bryanf. Slanding: R. Noll, D. Walsh, H. Munro, R. Turnau, M. lntrilligafor, T. Larson, J. Burke, Coach R. Powell, H. Els. Tr-rg, WHEEL 1-HAS COME FULL CIR-CLE... if S 'f


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