Freeport High School - Voyageur Yearbook (Freeport, NY)

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VOYAGEUR '55 FREEPORT HIGH SCHOOL FREEPORT, NEW YORK WE REMEMBER The People We Met DEDICATION pages 4-27 ADMINISTRATION FACULTY UNDERCLASSMEN The Things We Did CLUBS pages 28-63 SPORTS The Parchment Parade SENIORS pages 64-97 OUR SENIOR YEAR The People Who Supported Us ADVERTISEMENTS pages 98- I 20 2 .--111 1 3 - 1. 53, , 1. T GQ 1 4 4, .- 1 .i ,K Q 'A A Deopl w V A x s 9 s JF' M n I3 DEDICATICN w h CI H955 f dlyaa y b k MISS MAUD E. CCNSTABLE 7 MR. CLIFTON B. SMITH 'Vice-Presidenr MR. HAROLD PEARSON BOARD OF EDUCATION 'Q ',igd1'I,iii'1? ' 2 ,I MR. LEO F. GIBLYN Presidenl WE REMEMBER .......... Wirh alllecfion Ihe inleresf which Ihe Board of Educafion has Ialcen in our aclivifiesc Iheir allendance al alhlefic evenls. Their supporl of Ihe work of Ihe General Organizalion, Their service as iudges of speaking confesls, and as pafrons a+ school dances, Iheir promolion of band aclivilies, Iheir pride in Ihe high scholaslic slanding of our school, Iheir friendly "hello and well done" Io each of us. On Ihe Freeporf Board of Educafion are men of vision and devolion who give Iheir lime and Ialenls in service Io youlh. The Voyageur S+oFf 51? 'Nw NW39' DR. E. F. MILLER MR. HUGH ERWIN 8 1i-1- SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS DR. JOHN W. DODD Greeiings 'ro 'rhe Class of l955: Once again if is hail and farewell! For six shorf years we have been fogelher. And yer, how endur- ing will be 'rhe marks +ha'r Freepori High School has lefr upon you. You are aboui ro become Alumni wifh all The iuslly earned righis and privileges of graduafes of a greai' high school. These righfs and privilges include, of course, 'ihe privilege of remembrance: of 'rhe insighrs which have come To you in class, in books, in exrra- curricular aclivifies, in social iuncrions, in meering each olher in The corridors. Thus, you will be able fo recreaie for iomorrow, and Tomorrow, +he scenes which will forever cas? a spell over fhai imporianf segmenr of living which ouisiders usually call "preparai'ion for life." John Masefield once wrore, "The days Thar make us happy make us wise." I hope each one of you has found some measure of happiness and wisdom a+ Freepori High School. I hope each one of you- as you remember-will carry in your hearf an enduring affeclion for your school, and in your mind ihe besi we have been able +o +each you, by precepr and example. We have enjoyed your good humor, benefiied from your energy and vilalily, admired your high spirifs and driving ambirion. We hope 'rha+ fo 'lhese we have added experience, facfual founclafions and improved in- sighi, and 'rhai we have given you faiih in +he fufure and in your own individual worfh. Even fhe besr is none foo good, if you are 'ro meer-as Freepori' High expecrs her graduales 'ro meer-Jrhe chal- lenges and responsibiliiies of your generafion. Besf wishes for success io each member of 'rhe Class of 1955 in every endeavor. Cordially yours, JOHN W. DODD Superiniendenr of Schools CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OTF I955 As I reminisce and recall your accomplishmenTs and records, I Teel a greaT pride in The presenT generaTion oT young people. This pride sTems Trom your many and varied achievemenTs: an ouTsTand- ing academic record, The TormaTion oT lasTing friendships, and The growTh in Tame and populariTy among your classmaTes. The reward Tor success ThaT is yours comes noT only Trom your record. buT also Trom ThaT inTangible someThing which is developed in you and which makes Tor versaTile chara'cTer and good ciTizenship. The Voyageur presenTs a word and picTure sTory oT The inTeresTing worlc of your class, your clubs, your aThleTics, your many and varied organ- izaTions. For everyone in The FreeporT Junior-Senior High School There is a Tond memory and warm appeal in The remembrance oT high school life 10 MR. J. WESLEY SOUTHARD which These pages Tell and recall-The memory of six years oT school life. Soon you will be sTarTing ouT in a world where you can be conTidenT ThaT There will be an open- ing Tor willing and compeTenT hands and heads and where life, wiTh all iTs ups and downs, seTbaclrs and TrusTraTions, is going To be a rewarding adven- Ture and experience. As you Talce your places in The procession of youTh, 'may you avow ThaT in searching Tor The Treasures of happiness you will make use oT The glorious opporTuniTies available To you. In your Tomorrow, as Americans, may you each be one oT a people wiTh TaiTh in each oTher, a ToiTh in our counTry, and a TaiTh in God. Good luclc, and God bless each member oT The Class of l95S. J. WESLEY SOUTHARD, Principal Freeporf Junior-Senior High School PRINCIPAL M R. C. OVERTON ADMINISTRATION AND GUIDANCE MR. JOHN HESSE TREMPER Ass? Principal and 7+h and Ass? Principal and Conn 8+h Grade Guidance Coun- selor for senior high school selor boys Bewildered and confused, buf excifed sfudenis from fhe sevenfh 'rhrough 'rhe fwelfih grades floclced 'fo The Guidance Deparrmeni offices in The early days of Sepfember. They came because They real- ized +ha+ here fheir problems would be handled by people who were experienced in solving ihem. Miss Davis and Mr. Hesse offended To 'rhe needs of rhe iunior high sfudenis, while Miss Didas and Mr. Tremper unfiringly and efficienrly cared for 'rhe members of +he senior high school. The Guidance Deparfmenf helped all sopho- mores +0 delermine 'rheir fufure careers on 'rhe basis of aplirude 'resis and personal parenf- counselor inlerviews. We recall wiih grafifude how carefully and rhoughlfully Ihese advisors ireafed each sifua As The holidays drew near, iuniors and seniors approached The now familiar door and received advice, 'rhis iimeion where and how io secure a par'r-lime iob. Olien fhe posilions fhe counselors suggesfed were in 'rhe field in which 'the siudeni would evenfually make his career. When spring rolled around, lhe office was crowded wifh seniors eager for advice on which college ihey should offend, which business schools offered +he mos+ safisfacfory courses, or whaf jobs would be open io high school graduaies. The counselors informed +he seniors of possible scholar- ships and helped siudenls lo secure rhem. Uppermosi' in our minds when we reminisce on our high school days here ai' Freepori' is ihe wonderful encouragemenf we received from our i MISS MARY DIDAS Cou girs Guidance Dir-eciors. selor nselor for senior high MISS ALICE DAVIS 9+h Grade Guidance Coun FACULTY SPECIAL FACULTY Mr. William Ashley, Direcfor of Arhlericsi Miss Mabel Buclcwaller, Librarian: Miss Harrier Church, Direcror of Cafererias: Mr. John T. Co++er, Clerk fo Board ol Educafion: Mr. Clarence Genner, Direcfor of Visual Educa- fion: Mr. Waller I-lawlcins, Supr. of Buildings: Mr. Fosfer Hoff, Curriculum Coordinator. A+ work-Easl' Teachers Room ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Miss Mary Barlow, Deparfmen-I Chairman: Mrs. Fredericlra Alberl: Mrs. Margarel' Beck: Mrs. Mary Birgenlhal: Miss Claudia Buclzovich: Mr. Henry Burnefr: Miss Florence Clark: Miss Mary Didas: Miss Anne Esroclc: Mr. Irving Franklin: Mrs. Rosamond Javofslry: Mr. Waller Joy: Miss Emelyn Lovelass: Mr. George Moser: Mrs. Phebe Schilling: Miss Velneffe Siclcels: Mrs. Charloffe Tessier: Mr, Slanley Vincenf. 'lcv CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Miss Eflwel Boardman, Depar'rmen'r Chairman: Miss Vivian Bird: Mrs. Charlofle Carmen: Miss Elizabelh Clowes: Mr, James Crisafulli: Miss Jane G-roden: Mr. Waller Joy: Miss Rufh More: Miss Doris Nickerson: Mr. Randal Powell: Miss Leva Robbins: Mr, Dirk Swarfhouf. BUSINESS EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Mr. W. Chapin Moger, Deparimenf Chairman: Mr. Donald Cosllow: Mr. Joseph Glacken: Miss Charloffe Huff: Mr. Waller Lucas: Mrs, Lillian McNuTf. LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Miss Mabel Skinner, Deparfment Chair- man: Miss Esllwer Brown: Miss Lilah Cushman: Mrs. Rufh Kanfz: Mr, Eric Smifliner. PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND HEALTH DEPARTMENT Mr. John Augusfine, Deparfmenf Choir man: Mr. Saul Beclr: Miss Doroihy Clark Mrs, Carole Coheng Mr. Winsfon Tufhill Mrs. man Ethel Miss HOMEMAKING DEPARTMENT Alma Rowley, Deparfmenf Choir- : Miss Salvafrice Cotlonep Miss Temple. HEALTH SERVICE DEPARTMENT Gladys Derrick, Direcior of Health , B- Qin Service: Mrs. Harrier Applefong Miss Anne McGra+h. MUSIC DEPARTMENT Dr. J. Maynard Wefflaufer, Deparfmeni Chairman: Miss Mary R. Hamilfong Miss Miriam Roberfs. Miss Derrick in ART DEPARTMENT Miss Maud E. Consfable, Departmenf Chairman: Mr, William Bowneg Miss Helen Robertson. INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT Mr. William Parker, Departmenf Chair- man: Mr. Joseph Devlin: Mr. Roberf Ely: Mr, Henry Puff. The Healih Office SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Mr. Samuel Wilcander, Deparfmenf Chairman: Mr, John Baird: Mr. Henry Chemniiz: Mr. Fosfer Hoff: Mr. Paul Jordan: Mr, Vicfor Kirsch: Mr. Robert Miller: Mr. Ernesf Newfong Miss Louise Seifzg Mr, Vincenf Zuaro. A' .fl - Mr. Jorclans chemisiry class 'W' K,-svq 57, V' 5 , f iii' i 2 y WTQQQ ' J I X i MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Miss Mabel Whi+e, Deparimenf Chairman: Mr. John Baird: Miss Ella Davies: Miss Alice Davis: Mrs, Mary Dewing: Mr, Clarence Hoener: Mr. William McElroy: Miss Rufh Richler: Mr. Russell Terry: Mrs. Edith Woodcock, OFFICE STAFF Mrs. Dorofliy Bloore, Miss Edifh Brooks, Miss Cecelia Confilli, Mrs. Joan Hodgclon, Miss Madeline Kaiser, Mrs, Cofherine Lcflwrom, Miss Ccflwerine Loyfon, Mrs. Virginia Mifte lwouer, Miss Elizobefli Squire, Mrs. Mcrgoref Wefflciufer, S SPECIAL FACULTY Miss Abby E. Kelly: Mr, Eugene Lee Arfendonce Oflicerg Mrs. Maude Trem- per. , fs 2' 1 T 1 fi wi- A me-' " i , ' 'J ,' S, -. ' . D 'f ,T , 1 1 53 .V y M ry 'f ns f ,, - LL- B ,, .g i l,.- H ii i I iiii A Q i CUSTODIAL STAFF Mr. I-lorry Bornscheur, Mr. Nicholas Burleigh, Mr. George Lyons, Mr. Thomas Mcfxrdle, Mr, Jolwn Oflo, Mr, Joseph Sorro, Mr. Anflwony Ulip. ,4- CAFETERIA STAFF Mrs, Viola Bloomer. Mrs, Sophie Dienso Mrs. Alice Moll, Mrs. Jennie Schcnlz Mrs, Koflwerine Sweezy. 1 1 i i i HOMEROQM 235-Miss Anne Esfock HOMEROQM 234gMr. Wolfein Joy HQMEROCM 23I-Miss Louise Seiiz HOMEROOM 230-Mrs. Mory Dewing HQMERQOM 228+Mr. Wiliiom Bowne HQMEROQM 227-Mr. William MCEiroy 18 HOMEROOM 233-Mrs. Rosomond Jovorsky HOMEROOM 232-Mr. James Crisofulli SEVENTH GRADE HOMEROOM 229-Mr. Dirk Sworfhouf - E X HOMEROOM !37-Mr. Sfomley Vimcenf HOMEROOM '36-MF. JOM Bclird 19 EIGHTH HOMERQQM I35-Mr. Ernesf Newfon HCMERQOM I29-Mr. Clarence -oe er , YK 75 M 50,1 HCMEROOM I32-Miss Vivicm Bird HOMEROOM I24-Miss Ella Davies HOMEROOM l!2-Miss Elizcmbefh Cfowes 20 GRADE HOMERQOM I34-Mrs. Mary Birqenfhol HCMEROOM 128-Miss Esrher Brown HOMEROOM I26-Miss Florence Clark LIQFLZ EE kA.-,.. I v k fn Wm HOMEROQM i84Miss Miriam Roberfs HOMEROOM I4-'Miss Helen Roberfson 21 NINTH GRADE Soc. Sec. A. Simonsen, Pre J, Fink. Row 2: Sec. T. Berge Vice-Pres, S. Feidsiein, . Rep. S. Umon. HOMERQOM I22-Mr. Vinceni Zuoro Q '-1 HQMEROOM II6-Mr. Henry Puff U HOMEROOM II8-Mr. Vicior Kirsch HOMEROOM 104-Mrs. Morgcirei Beck HQMEROOM lOOf-Group lifviiss ,lone Gfroden 22 Leif To Right Row I: Trees R. Holman, Miss E. Davies I , S HOMEROOM :zo-Mr. Rober+ Emy HCMERCOM IIO-Miss Rufh More HOMEROOM IO8-Mr. Soul Beck HOMEROOM IOO-Group 2-Mr. George Moser' HQMERCOM IOO-Group 3-Miss lone Groden 23 . TENTH GRADE Leff fo Righf, Seeded: Vice Pres. W. Swezey, Sec. J Amicol Miss R. More, Pres J. Amino, Treos. J. QUil'ry Sfondlngt Soc. Sec. V. Cars weJJ, 6.02 Rep. P. Hillier. sew HCM M l2l Cor e I kj-Ck-X HQMEROOM II5-Miss Chorloflre Huff I-IOMEROOM II7-Miss Velne++e Sickels HOMEROOM IO7-Miss Levo Robbins HQMERQOM IO3-Mr. Woifer Lucas 24 40 ' ' 5 'Xvf - E , HOMEROOM II9-Mrs. Fredericlco Alberf HOMEROOM Ili-Mr. Russel! Terry HGMERQOM IOC?-Miss Claudio Buckovich HOMEROOM IOZ-Mr. Reber? Milfer HOMEROOM lOl-Mr. Samuel Wilconder 25 ,Xt L ELEVENTH GRADE HOMEROOM 224-Miss Ruflw Riclwfer 54 HOMERGGM 222-Miss Doris Nickerson HOMEROOM 223--Mr. Donold Cosfiow PQUI Jgrdqn Mabel SICWHGF 26 Le'F+ fo Righf, Sealed: Sec. R Hohlfelder, GQO. Rep. C. Hel- I wig, Trecs. S. Phillips, Mr. E. W ' Smifhner, Pres. P. Erwin, Soc. Sec, J. Flint Sfcmdingz Vice- ' fl Pres. R. Lewis, N l M6 lliliifill HOMEROOM 220-Mrs. Edilh Woodcoclc l-IOMEROOM 2I6-Miss Mabel While HOMEROOM 2l2-Mrs. Phebe Schilling HOMEROOM 2lI-Mr. Eric: Smilhner 27 :mf X W 3 f ' ff A i S K .. 5 . Things Di 'F ,. i S 4 3 5 -5 14 E -i H il 3 4 5 2 9 3 e 5 -si 2 1 X3 fi f bi S '9 S i '11 UT' 6, fi A 4 1 Lal, g -H Lefi' 'io Righ+, Row I: B. Sfeworl, C. Phillips, B, Bond. Row 2: Mr, H. Burneff, M. Levin, T, Cushmore, L, Willcolif, L. Eeile. HEAR YE A cheery "good morning," fhe day's announcemenis, and an- olher school day had begun. Morning and ollernoon lhese Public Address Announcers relin- quished lheir homeroom periods lo keep us well informed of lhe day's evenls. Exlra recognilion should be given for such ellforls "beyond Jrhe call of duly" as singing songs, +elling slories, read- ing original sonnels, and occasion- ally even playing a musical inslru- menl. Under Mr, Henry BurneH's direclion 'rhe P.A. sialii has been an invaluable parl of E.H.S. 1i1 , A D Le'f+ +o Right, Row I: Miss M, Buclcwalfer, A. Campbell, D, Engle, G. O. Rep C. Campbell, Vice-Pres. A. Slessor, Pres. J. Pellicio, Sec. A. Corillo, Treos E. Kent M. Pellicio, C, Pellicio, Row 2: J. McAllisler, A, McCoun, 6, Ochs, J. Gullolci, M, Selling, R. Diliazio, R. Lovaglio, R, Ullion, R. Spill, A. Passilruimi B. Holub, J. McCoun. Row 3: J, McCormack, D. Henry, R. Ringelheim, K. Collins J. Clewner, K. Friedman, T. Blum, P. Frisch, C. Primavera, A. Primavera R. Ripel, M, Tarabocchia. 30 DEWEY'S DISCIPLES During +he year we oflen found our way +o lhe Library, Wheiher we were oblaining informolion for an English Theme or iusf doing some informal reading, we appre- cioled lhe pleasanlr armosphere and lhe efficiency of lhe Library Club. Miss Mabel Buclcwolller, our librarian, direcled lhese boys and girls well in Jrhe rechniques of library work. SORRY, WRONG STAIRWAY Double lime was barred, pushing illegal, drinking of wafer louniains beiween classes prohibiied, and shouiing eliminaied in ihe halls of Grove Srreei. Wliy? Because ihe red-badged members of ihe 7ih and Bih grade Cour+esy Corps, working under ihe direciion of Miss Esiher Brown, were well-Trained io mainiain order. These eiclicieni and warchiul siudenis deserve special recogniiion lor keeping our school orderly and sale. Leif io Right Row I: K. Schworiz, D, Jackson, Miss E, Brown, Row 2: P. Kucin, P. McLaughlin, Row 3: B. Carbau, F. l-lalouska. Row 4: L. Block, S. Poulas. Row 5: J, McGuire. Lef+ io Righ+, Row I: 6.0. Rep. R. Waliers, Sec. C. Phillips, Pres, B, Albert Vice-Pres. J. Dileo, Miss M. Constable. Row 2: K. Reese, B. Bond, A. Maido B, Bogden, J. Mercer, L, Wilicoli, J. Ackerman. Row 3: B. Davis, C, Schreii- mayer, J. Johnson, D. Dunlee, M. White. Row 4: D. Sullivan, J, Sanborn R. DiFazio, R. Coons, R, Ullian, R. Reilly, THIS WAY PLEASE Serving ihe school eiiicienily 'rhis pasi year were ihe many A members of ihe Senior Cour+esy Commiffee. Under ihe diieciion of Miss Maud Consiable, seniors were chosen from siudy halls io acl as guides io visiiors and io keep ihe halls clear of siudenis. On Visiiors' Day, ihey made wel- come all our parenis who came io 'rake pari in ihe day's aciiviiies, . img, EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Lefi fo Right Row I: Sec. L. Bolognese, Pres. G. Emma, Mr. J. W. Soulhard, Miss D. Clark, Mr. W. Ashley. Row 2: Mr. D. Swarfhouf, Treas, D. Cleary, Vice-Pres. P, Erwin, Soc. Sec. J. l-loplrins, Mr. H. Chemnifz, Vice-Pres. G. Bird, Mr. D. Cosllow. COUNCIL Lefi fo Right, Row I. D. Ayazian, Sec. L. Bolognese, Vice-Pres. G. Bird, Pres. G. Emma, Vice-Pres. P. Erwin, Treas. D. Cleary, Soc Sec, J. l-laplclns, Row 2: B. Slewarl, D, Giordano, D. Henry, R, Walfers, D. Russell, S. Uman, G. Remsen, Row 3: C, Campbell, l.. Eeile, T, Coshmore, P. Hilller, M, While, M. Tlemonn, M. Kolayilch. Row 4: Mr, l-l, Chernnllz, J. Dlpaola, J. Yarrow. C. Phillips, D, Dunlee, C. l'lelwig. OF, BY, AND FOR fi A lap on lhe shoulder, an Oul- slrelched hand, and a cheery yolce aslclng for S7-'rhls was our Enlroduclion +0 our General Organizafion. ln +he fall we saw poslers and poems and heard songs and pep lallcs all promoling lhe sale of G.O.'s. These aclivilies were sponsored enlirely by The Homeroom Managers. Then, in lhe lirsl assembly al Tl-lE STUDENTS lhe yeor, we mel +he G.O. officers ond heord George Emmo, Presi- denl, ond Mr. Henry Chemnilz. Eocully Advisor, describe our sludenl governmenr wilh lhe Council ocling os The legislolure ond rhe Execu+ive Board conlrol- ling our G.O. funds. Since our Generol Orgonizolion is 'rhe only one of ils kind on roll ol Long lslond, if is o governmenl of which oll of us con be proud. .531 e W JN W We . Q2 ' n SENlOR HOMEROOM MANAGERS Leff 'ro Righf, Row I: C. Campbell, P. Mirondo, A, Rundell, H. Sreworf, B, Smevik M. MocDonold, N. Tobias. Row 2: C, Soper, M, loli, J, Ardston, N. Cruickshonk A. Grebinor, P. Conslonleles. Row 3: S, lsernon, C, Olinger, J, Devlin, G, Avy C. Phillips, W. Bird, R. Hirtler. Row 4: J, Flinl, R. Coons, G. Ringer, J. Quilfy T. Judge, E. Muller, D. Mognus. Row 5: Mr: H. Chernnilz. JUNlOR HOMEROOM MANAGERS Lefl +0 Righf, Row I: A. Arenello, C. Killikelly, J, l-lollonder, R. Fink, E. Deiches M. Slompl, J, Muslocchio. Row 2: V. Popocosmo, S. Poulcs, K. Poo os, C, Brooks N, Grossberger, A, Birgenthol, S. Everell, Row 3: J. Auserehl, B. Dickey, E. Zpper R. Bermon, N. Blolz, D. McLoughlin, J. Eink, Row 4: S. Boker, P. Shnibbe, R. Zeichner M. Jorvis, J. McGuire, S. Smilh, Row 5: D, Engels, A, Mirobello, l.. Crow, R Elerendeen, Mr, l-l. Chernnilz. JUNIOR ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE Leff To RighT, Row I: L Fradkin, M BurkeTT, P. LowenThaI, E. Cohen, M Klein, N. Workmann, M. Kirk, A, Taylor S. EvereTT, P. BernsTein, C, Pellicio, C Tarqia. Row 2: C. Geller, L. Morse L. Lieppe, A, Birgenfhal, M. LichTiger M. E, Jones, K, Poulos, Mrs. Javorsky Row 3: R. Vogel, S. Cleary, B. Genner D. LazzavoTT, J, Auserehl, L. Miller, P ner, R. Resnick, G. Sell, M. Pellicio M. Green, P, RaTner, J. McGuire M, Snir. ENTERTAINMENT PLUS Once a week we enTered The audiTorium and saT awaiTing The Bible reading, The Lord's Prayer, The Tlag saIuTe, and The singing oT our NaTionaI AnThem which TrradiTionaIly opened each assembly. Miss Claudia Buckovich and Mrs. Rosamond Javorsky were The TacuITy advisors Tor The Senior Assembly CommiTTee and The Junior Assembly CommiTTee respecTively. BoTh oT These groups helped choose The people who would perTorm Tor us during The coming year and inTroduc:ecl The perTormers To us. Awards were earned on a poinT basis and were presenTed To The members aT our awardS assembly in The spring. SENIOR ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE Left To RighT, Row I: Sec, V. Carswell, Vice-Pres. C. Asch, G.O. Rep. L. Feile, Pres. L. Bolognese, Miss C. Buckovich. Row 2: C. Camp- bell, I'l. STewarT, J, EIandorTer, B. Crosman. M. Mowdy, R. Ringelheim, C. Marra, N. Jones, R. FlasTer, J. Minnerly, I-l, Meyers, E, Axelrod, S. PerIsTein, P. Miranda, N, ClemenT. Row 3: V. Vesely, S. GuIiT, L. Rigoulof, G. Appel, D. Davidow, J, Norland, S. Gleason, G. Avy, L. Gabriner, J. Koch, J, Huebner, J. Dileo, P. Jones, L. WiTTcoTT, S. Ber- man, J. I-lenningsen, G, Wise, N. Farrell. Row 4: J. ArdsTon, I-I. Chipouras, F, Volz, J. Yar- row, C. Lonergan, M. Jackson, F. Muller, J. Johnson, M, KoToyiTch, J. Devlin, D. DunTee, M. Thomas, L. Burkett E, PeTerman, J. Okun, L. Pallas, J. Reis, Kucin, P. McLaughlin, Row 4: R, Zeich- Leff To Right Row I: M. Viebrock, M. Muller, G. Mack, Row 2: Miss D. Nickerson, J, Reis, J. Engel, J. Amico, Miss M, ConsTable. Row 3: D. HeIlsTen, M. L, Murdy. Row 4: J. Amico, M. Ioli, S. PerlsTein, J. Raynor, GUIDING LIGHTS IT would be impossible To TorgeT The smiling Toces of The Senior Ushers as They courTeously direcTed us To our seaTs beTore The assemblies. Assisfed by Miss Maud ConsTable and Miss Doris Nickerson, These sophomore girls coIIecTed TickeTs, handed ouT programs, and ushered guesTs To reserved seaTs aT such school TuncTions as The Spring ConcerT and The Sunday aTTernoon Music Hours. UP THE LADDER OE SUCCESS AT IasT, The breaThIess momenT came when The Tour candles, represenTing CharacTer, Leadership, Scholarship, and Service were lighTed. We remember The glowing Taces of The small group on The sTage as They received Their gold pins, symbols of personal achievmenT and naTional recogniTion. The Junior Honor Sociefy, assisTed by Miss Alice Davis, sponsored many beneTiTs and gave Their proTiTs To charify. The success OT every enTerprise They aTTempTed proved ThaT These eighTh and ninTh graders cerTainIy were excepTionaI sTudenTs. Leff To Right w I. S. Malarick, M. Jarvis, B. La- ChicoTTe, M, Flandorfer. K. Poulous, B. Pennell, L. Dipaolo, J. Randolph, L. Block, J, Kos- Ter, J. McGuire, L, A. Frank- lin, E. Taylor. Row 2: L, Eradkin, C. Brault, G. Gordon, E, Joyce, J, TiTus, A. Simonson, P. Kuccin,'V, Mekss, J. Mus' Tachio, L, Lieppe. Row 3: R. Zeichner, B. L. Carbough, E. Valdimer, R. Resnick, E. Zipper, S. Baker, J, Fink, R. Villany, R. Vivian, N, BlaTz, J. Mangan, B. Dickey, R. Lan- Tor, S. Everett J. Chapman, M. Lichfiger, B. Bensen, Row 4: K. ApplegaTe, B, Loelle, R. Hornan, A. Mirabella, B. I-Ierendeen, R. MacDougallg'B. Franklin, T, Berger, R, Berg- man, C. Todd, J. DuTTy, R. VogT, S, Uman. NOT WITHOUT DANGER Remember The Iighfs burning brighlly in Room 2I4 where The Science Club was debaling on subiecls of scienfiiic inieresl hours afier school had been dismissed? Once a week Ihese Iulure Einsreins Iisfened Io Ieclures by Mr. Paul Jordan, Iheir advisor, and offer- wards had a queslion-answer period. The Science Club supplied The sludenis wi+h an opporlunily To pul fhis knowl- edge To pracfical work. Their annual ouling made if possible for fhem Io gain useful inlormalion in an enioyable manner. if Le'f+ fo Right Row I: G.O. Rep. B. Stewart R, Ringelheim, Sec, I-I. Schulsinger, D. Davidow, T. Schneider, D. Goedeke, D. I-Iemback, R. Cannizzara, Row 2: R. Arnella, R. Tyler, D. Kirk Vice-Pres. B. Ranish, M, Infriligafor, Pres, M, Thomas, Mr, P. Jordan, M. Tiemann, D, Sullivan, Trecs, P, Thompson, L. Murray K. Workman, P, Kirk. TI-IE SLIDE RULE CLUB Lefl' Io Right, Row I: R. Rohm, J. Nesbiff, Pres, M. Infriligafor, R. Eisman, W, Schapp. Row 2: Mr. E. Halal. R. Berman, J. MacLaury, W. Eckerr, T. Jones. A. Golden- CHECK MATE Vlfhen Ihe iniellecluals of F.I-LS, gathered al noon in Ihe Aparlmenl, we knew +ha+ Jrhe Chess Club, coached by Mr. Eosler I'Io'I:I, was once again preparing Io add Io Ereeporh: Iaurels. Las? year 'rhey were Ihe Island champions, buf 'rhey had a difiiculf Iask mainfaining iheir lead in I955. Neverfheless, Ihese boys became well- known for Their abilily +o concocr iokes while asiurely planning chess maneuvers. son, M. Liebowi+z. , 36 BRUSHES AWAY Wi+h painf brushes raised and paleifes poised, +he members of +he 7+h Grade Ari' Club creafed murals and posiers which decoraie ihe halls of Grove Sireei. Wi+I-i +he guidance of Mr. William Bowne 'rhese boys and girls developed fheir ariisfic abiliiy. ai ihe same +ime adding +o ihe gaieiy of iheir classrooms. This 'new club has really shown oursianding promise, and We hope i'ha+ ihese 7+h graders will soon malce our high school halls brighier. ,ivr-W Lefi fo Right, Row I: E. Feinsilber, M. Ford, l'l. Selberi, E, C Ford, B. Roberis, S. Franklin. Row 2: C. Killilcelly, M. Ballen P. Frisch, F. Halouslca, P, Wrighf, Mr, W. Bowne. LOVE ALL In ihe spring and fall we 'Found Mr. Russell Terry, loaded down wiih Tennis raqueis and balls, coaching The members of his Tennis Club. Neiiher ihe hike +o The couris on Merrick Road nor exiensive hunis lor ihe poorly aimed 'rennis balls hindered The populariiy of ihis aciiviiy. A I+ was 'rhe fond dream of each of 'rhese ouidoor- minded siudenis +o one day be a coniender for The Davis Cup. 37 ii, 1 NSVQQ.. Leff io Right, Row I: P. Millang, R. Ringelheim, E. Segal, B. Holub C. Raynor, L. DuBois. Row 2: D, Merle, B. Dickey, J. Auserchl B. Smifh, J. McGuire, K, Canapary, V, Volkmann. Row 3: D Piiizer, D, Kirk, C, Ofalyaro, F. Schmidt R. Winter, K. l-lolgren Row 4: R. James, J. MocLaury, H. Munro, H. Varmus, R. Mac Dougall, Row 5: Coach R. Terry, T. Jones, M. Tiemann, T Cushmore, C, Todd. 5 Leff To Righf, Row I: Editor B, STewarT, J. Johnson, J, DiPaoIa, L. WiTTcoTT, J. Soufhard, J, Seely, K. Marino, S. PerIsTein, P. Geary, D. Avazion, Ass'T Editor I.. RIQOUIOT. Row 2: D. WinTer, G. Ringer, F. Lerner, M. InTriIigoTor, D. JurisT, H. Varmus, G. Rernsen, J, Hopkins, Mr, S, Vincenr, J. Koch, D. Dunfee, C, Asch, H. Schulsinger, C, I-IeIwig, L. BoIognese. JUNIOR HIGH PRESS CLUB Leff To Righf, Row I: Vice-Pres, K. PouIos, E. Zipper. Row 2: Editor-in-ChieT S, Urnon, Treos, P, VoIkmon, M. I.. Johnson, Miss A. EsTock, Ass'T, EdiTor J. RondoIph, EXTRA! EXTRA! Remember The exciTemenT in The halls and The huddles oT sTudenTs on The Fridays when copies of FIasHingS were cIisTribuTed7 From gossip To ediToriaIs, The papers were read wiTh enThusiasm and chuckles, Fec1TurecI were "InTroducing" sIceTches. Franklin Lerner's jazz column. and Joel DiPaoIa's sporT capsuIes, aII under The capable hands oT EcIiTor Barbara STewarT and EacuITy Advisor STanIey VincenT. The assiduous work oT boTh The FasHingS Edi+oriaI STQTT and Business PubIicaTion S+aFF, who Tramped Tor hours To geT ads for Voyageur and FIasHingS,and The conTribuTions oT The aspiring Jr. High Press CIub made our newspaper respecTed in oTher schools as weII as in our own. The News Service STQTT also conTribuTed To our pubIicaTion eTTorTs by keeping our IacaI papers informed on currenT I:.H.S. news. BUSINESS PUBLICATIONS Lef+ fo Righf, Row I: D. AppIeIaaUm, R. Rainer. Row 2: A. Slweeman, M. Kofovifciw, D. Duniee, R, Resnick, F. VoIz, Row 3: R, Siiebor, Mr. D. Swarfhouf, G. AppeI. NEWS SERVICE STAFF LefI fo Right Row I: Ass? EdiIor B. RanisI1, Chief Typisf J, KOCI1, Ediior and 6.0. Rep. M. Kofovifch, Ass'I Editor J. Pe-Ilicio, Librarian M. Thomas. Row 2: P. Miranda, D. Davidow, I-I, Schulsinger, H, Meyers. Row 3: M. Viebrock. S. PIwiIIips, N, Tobias, J. Jaworowski, M. Rivera. Row 4: J. Nuss, C, Peliicio, N. CIemenI, B. Kaars, J. DeMov. Row 5: P. Quick, G. ErigeIs, P. Ziegler, E. EIs'rer, G, Dean. i 39 I. .. , iv-Q PHILANTHROPIC FUN We will never TorgeT The hilarious FaculTy-Senior baskeT- ball games sponsored by The Red Cross. Our enioymenT was enhanced by The knowledge ThaT The proceeds would aid ra worThy cause. This acTive organizaTion worked over- Time urging donaTions, running The membership drive, Tilling overseas boxes, and sTuTling ChrisTmas sTockings wiTh giTTs Tor The wounded veTerans. These workers, and Their laculTy advisors, Miss Lilah Cushman and Miss Florence Clark, will always have a place in our school and communiTy. i LETS HAVE A BALL PosTers in The halls! A iam session over The P.A.l NoThing was beyond The abiliTy OT These ingenious members of The Dance CommiTTee. Advised by Miss Vivian Bird, They composed original sonneTs To adver- Tise our dances, TransTormed The gym inTo underwaTer caves or sTar- sTudded heavens, and imporTed heavenly music Tor our 6.0. dances. We will always remember The glorious Times we had aT These dances. LefT To Right Row I: J, Clewner, J. Norland. Row 2 Miss L. Cushman, A, Hazard, Chairman D, Russell B. Stewart, L. Miller. Miss F, Clark. Row 3: M LichTiger, K. BarreTT, Sec. P, BernsTein, Row 4: Vice Chairman E, Mayer, Treas. J. Okum, R. Carlisle. LeTT To RighT, Row I: Miss V. Bird, Sec, P, MunkelT, Chairman J. Hopkins, 6.0. Rep. G. Remsen, L. Cannon, J. SouThard, Row 2: K, Paulos, P, Bernstein, C. l-lelwig, C-, Avy, B, Crosman, P, Geary, S. Baker. Row 3: N, Jones, B, STewarT, l-l. STewarT, K, Marino. J. Jaworoski, J, Amica, S. PerlsTein, Row 4: J. Devlin, G, Mack, J. Nigro, J. Flenningson, M. loli, L. Feile, J. Ackerman. 40 Leif Io Righi, Row I: Vice-Pres, V, Vesely, Corres, Sec. J. McAllisler, Treas, C. G-eekie, Pres. S. Dewald, Soc. Sec. S. Baumann, Row 2: Mrs. A. Rowley, M. Pellicio, J. Doyle, G.O. Rep, D, Henry, E Lindsay, A. Kinsey, V. Spivey, J. Minnerly, Row 3: I-lisl. J. McCoun, P. Runcler- kamp, C. Pellicio, M. Snir, K, Marino, B. Meekins, J. Pellicio, G. Wise, J. Smith. All 55533 W4 'TSC at ', ,rv CULINARY CUTIES Oh, The lucky husband who marries one of our Senior Fufure Homemakers of America. Ably insirucied in Jrhe fine aris ai homemaking by Mrs. Alma Rowley, 'rhey prepared ioad for iaculiy leas, provided us wilh cookies and punch on Visilors' Night and gave us. hinls an how ia prepare a real gooey pizza. This year, Freeporfs home economics deparimeni was ieoiured in "Seven'reen." These iulure hamemakers have broughi honor 'ro F.l-LS. fi' THE eauRMET eALs " Domesiic-minded sevenih, eighih, .ii QM bmw and ninlh graders eniayed singing, organizing proiecis, discussing iheir social problems, and learning ihe basic principles ai The culinary arfs. Always eager io make new acauaini- ances, These girls kepi in close coniaci wiih olher homemaker arganizaiions, ihus promoiing friendship and muiual respeci among Island schools. These Junior Fuiure Homemakers of America were under The guidance ai Miss Salvalrice Coiiane. Le'F+ to Righ+, Row I: Isl' Vice-Pres. M. Burkell, Pres. B. L. Carbough. Row 2: 2nd Vice-Pres. S, Cleary, Rec. Sec, M. Lichliger, P. Kucin, Treas, D. DeLamber+, S. L. Powell. Row 3: Sang Leader B. Carnrie, M, Wimmer, L, Pellegrino, L. Luppe, W. Jaworowski, I-I. Wallersfein, C. Collins, J. Gannalli. Row 4: Miss S. Coilone, A. Hazard, J. Cormack, C. Fields, M. O'Brien, E. Sullivan, J. Sulak, E. O'Brien, E. Cohen, I-lisl, C. Lundsfrom, C. Nonnenbacher, M. Slampi, E. Sindner, L. Frakin. Row 5: L. S. Smiis, M. C. Phillips, M. Conen, G, Engelholm, L, Bruian, J. Breaksione, V. Birk, S, Birk, I. Bifiar, C. Pearsall, K. Schwarz, D, L, Murray, M. Chrisiiensen, J. Slaner, D. King, R. Scalamandre, S. Muller, A. Ruiz. GIRLS' CHORUS Leff to Righf, Row I: A. Verona, L. Rigoulol, D. Roberts, C. Marra, T. Schneider, B. McGinnis, J. Lee, R. Spilz, Publicify Chairman M. Rivera, J, Minnerly, K, Meyers, C, Dougheriy, B. Colfer, J. Sinfon. Row 2: M. Voellcer, L. Wiltcofl, L. Pallas, J. Oil, D. Hellsten, V, Vollcman, J. Devlin Sec.-Treas. J. Alcorn, G, Saylor, Wardrobe Girl C. Nichols, J. Remsen, A. Grebinar, C, Lonergon J. Erlel, J. Reis. Row 3: J. Somrners, V. Carswell, C. Sfauhrer, Y. Levilr, S, Berman, G, Wallers L. Baldwin, D. Mafhewson, J. l-lennig, S, Schuliz, A, Hughes, B. Breines, D, Jones, J. Yarrow. Row 4' D. Davidow, K. Valois, J. McCallison, S, Dewald, B. Meekins, J. McAllisler, Vice-Pres, M, Kofoyilch M, While, CfOlinger, G. Ochs, A. l-lines, A. Malrhews, N. Somerville, P, Wesl, E, l-loyf, P. Seaman Row 5: C. Hope, J. Koenlce, S. Gleason, E, Kaufman, N, Jackson, B, Foernsler, D. Crowle M, Lieberman, B. l-lolub, C. Raynor, M, Tarabocchia, D, Krewson, B. Sawyer, V, Vesely, J, Sinlon, N. Farrell. Yi CHORALIERS We were sealed in The darkened and silenl audilorium when suddenly we heard ihe carol, "Ades+e Fidelesf' echoing harmon- iously lrom The hall behind us. As we Jrurned we saw robed girls carrying candles wollcing slowly down The cenier aisle. Never shall we lorgel lhe lirsl lime we walchecl Jrhaf solemn proceSSiOn and lislened lo +he Girls' Chorus as 'rhey filled Jrhe air wilh song. Miss Miriam Roberls direcled noi only lhe Girls' Chorus, buf also +he Mixed Chorus and 9+h Grade Chorus for lhe annual Spring Concerl and for Commencement The high qualify of F.l-l.S.'s music is lcnown Island-wide and is a lradilion among us. 95 S R052 isS Wlillxll M 42 NINTH GRADE CHORUS Lef+ fo Righf, Row I: B. Grabau, E. Slovak, R. Meyers. L. McDougall, M. Goldman, C. Baumann H, Karrnln, 6. Coyle, B, Coyle, M, Maida, A. Simonsen, E. Joyce, L. Roses, M. L. Eubanlcs, L. Miller Row 2: S. Hicks, V. Hanneman, C. Kabel, L. Speclrardr, M. Moore, A. Warren, R. Zakary, M. Tepe B, Svaboda, O. Marfenolicln, K. Canapary, A. Lucius, C. Pelliclo, J. A. Edelrnann, B. Kordes Row 3: B. Ballenger, S. Malarlck, P. Polk, J. Posner, M. Jarvis, J. Lelrenanf, LJ. Burnbaclw, J, Vander' guclnr, C. Jackson. M, Bailey, C. Daller, G. Srnevllc, P. Sclwnibbe, N. Smevik. Row 4: K, Doeschner S. Baker, E. Zipper, S. Sfrassle, G. Soll, P. Bernstein, A. Dalwl, M. Sager, M. Loclalo. R. LOU10r R. Casey, D. Kern, K, Murray, B. Bensen. MIXED CHORUS J. Lee, A. Hlnes, J. Slnrovn, C, Rayner, J. Sinlon, B. Caller, G. Ocl1S, A. Malrlnews, P. Seaman K. Meyers. Row 3: K. Lewis, K. While L Murray G Dude T Irelqnd W Emmgrgon J M Q, W. Liedel, P. Brlh , R. 5 Q B 'd " ' ' 1 ' V J . ' ' C gel' aam eamen, . ra y,S.Gr .R 4. M.K+ l'l1,R.Kll B. ln d R. Slwrk, D, Sclmmidf, D. Sfaras, M. Thomas, J. l3ljnS3nM.oLlaIno, H.OSSlrlln'iers, J, lMilflllllsf3i ml l 43 Lefi fo Right, Row I: S. Sclwlfz, B. Foernsler, V. Vesely, S. Dewald, R. Spirz, L. Rigaulol. Row 2' Le'f+ fo Riglwf, Row I: C. Suflwerlcnd, D. Jurisl, L. Freeman, K. Applegofe, E. Lumley, L. Dowling, JM. L. Johnson, D. Merk, F. Sclumidl. Row 2: Sec. D. Russell, N, Posner, P. Thompson, L. Luslig, S. Boone, T. Bloomer, 6. Deon. Row 3: A, Von Riper, C, W'el-ls, A, Mirobello, J. A. Engel, M. Viebroclc, D. Sullivan, M. Reese, G. Molelc. Row 4: R. Schenke, D. Thorpe, J. Roynor, J. Wotls, E. Schenke, N. Crulckshonlc, D, Giordano. S. Umon, R. Noll, W. Eckert J. DeMov, H. Hicks. Row 5: P. W'esf, C. Crocini, H. Vormus, N. Wllliomson, L. Cropper, J. Jonozs, R. l-lerencleen, J, Sanders, Vice-Pres. D, Smillw, H. Lidowslci, S. Bryonf, L. Clwpmon, S, Feldsleln, L, Baldwin. THE BAND DR. J. MAYNARD WETTLAUFER EXECUTIVE COUNCIL PARADE PRANCERS IT would have been impossible Tor us To siT s+ilI when The band, gleaming in red and whiTe, marched down The TooTball Tield. ThaT Tamiliar "We WanT a Touchdown" was played wiTh such spiriT ThaT we iusT had To yell our hearTs ouT, BUT TooTball season is only parT aT The Bcnd's schedule. Remember The "CharloTTe Harbor STomp" and The oTher marTial Tunes as we Tiled inTo The audiTorium Tor assemblies. Our band played in New York aT The premier oT "There's No Business Like Show Business" and marched proudly in The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. PracTices were grueling and long, buT The Time was well spenT, judging by The superb performances given aT Sunday aTTernoon concerTs, The Spring ConcerT, and GraduaTion. We really meanT ThaT applause Tor The band aT The Awards Assembly when band members received special recogniTion. 1 in ir-1r1rgw.!Y4d'.a9f' 'W' 'F' " 71S?,3Z5uSnooe'N -U'-"N'4f'2f'2:' Qfnnl-KaBK1Ql'Al"4B',a09 f I 1lT4o4: 5: msmavmvmawmnomr 552: J Q i"5n?'1i"uP'.n".n 9995" :' 5,6 YWPUYWYYYW 151541 .::..::.a:.ar..Q'lE-GFAQH Lefi -fo Right, Row I: D. Joworowslci, C. Phillips, P. Munlcell, B. Sleworl, D. Sullivan, P. Wesl, G, Ringer, l.. Pelle, J, DiPoola, L. Cannon, R, Avazian, M. Kolovilch, J. Johnson, Row 2: D, Magnus C. Prcill, R. Cerlco, I-I. Munro, P, Malcowslci, G. Remsen, C, Vogl, C, Nalhan, R. Cannizzaro, Mr. J. Soulhard, Miss M. Didas, J. Dileo, M. Lonergan, B. Doeschner, M, Inlriligafor, M, While D. Russell, A. Maida, E, Segal, L. Rigoulor. FUTURE "PHI BETA KAPPAH "l pledge myself 'ro uphold 'rhe high purposes of 'rhis sociely lo which l have been elecled, slriving in every way by ward and deed lo make ils ideals The ideals of my school." We walched wilh admiralion while lhose sludenls who had mainlained high slandards of Scholarship, Leadership, Chiaracler, and Service during lheir high school years repealed lhe pledge which mode lhem members of 'rhe Na+ionaI Senior Honor Socie'ry. Induclion info lhis socie+y was The highesl honor lhal Freeporl could beslow upon a sludenl. The members ol 'rhe I-lonor Sociely, wilh lhe help ol Miss Mary Didas, worlced Jroward Their obieclives ol service lo school and communily. Treas, R. Avazian, 6.0. Rep, C. Phillips, PFSS. 9. Ringer, Sec. M. Kotovilch, Vice-Pres. D. Russell, s' 'Sell' F3-69:1 if F95 Scif: ME 3 . Mrs. Fredericlca Albert Dolores Russell X Advisor Edilor-in-Chief 'N " x ly T' 4, Ja ww ggi? VOYAGEUR STAFF Paula Munlcelf CYnllTlG Pl'1llllP5 Clubs Clubs K W, rv v. 3 1'-' ww Carol Mailcisch Typing , ,.l,Q ii o r fi X 1. Alice Karpie Arl' an-Emi Glenn Brown Phofography 44 .ka K Eleanor Segal Sports While Literary TRAINEES Le'F+ to Righh P. Miranda. P. Ziegler, E, Mayer, B. Ranish. we YEARLINGS The hours were long, lhe copy was nof wriflen, and lhe deadlines were drawing near. Belween ealing doughnuls and hear- ing 'rhe lalesl gossip, we diligenlly arranged pholo schedules, composed lay- ouls, and wrole copy. A+ Jrimes we 'rhoughl we wouldn'+ lasl lhrough 'rhe nighl, loul as Caesar says, "whe'rher lhrough Tale or lhrough lhe counsel of lhe gods," we made il. This year's looolc is diflerenl from any previous issue, and as you look over +he pages in years To come, fhe Voyageur Slall hopes lhaf 'rhey will 'rruly help you rerninisce. l THE I LANN Oy. Y!! 'Wim V0 Y X NXCN N Q WYX O V wx Thu FX ' M L BOO' lvilw Y rbhxlfv YQ-br nv . X -.nur u gunm- x1 u 4 kui' M n . XFX!- xu X' gf in Il iff, X xxx SQLE x N AND WIC R EE POR T HIGH SCHOOL P PC3050 YQ by Cqroline Frmgke bf-led on the novel bv fliward S rr-Gere-X fxiixixxxxixxxxxxxxikii 1 M11 ' N' Q? A. I f . Freeporr High School Audiroriufn December J and 4, 1954 8:30 P. M Qxmexxxyx xxx ' Q I 8 0 W 0 J Qi l 0 f Freeporrs all-round alhlelic program. A highlighl of lhe season is lhe X h , K FREEPW ol lhe sporls season is a credir Awards Numeral Dorolhy Clark and Mrs. Carole Left +o Righl, Row I: C. Schrelzrnayer, C. Phillips. Row 2: L. Burkelt, C, Wells, J. Goldsmilh, J. Jawarowski, D. Marlhewson, G, Avy. Row 3: J, Devlin, P. Green, J. Nigro, l. l-lorgar, M. Jackson, D. Merk. The symbolic shield and The leller ol lhe Girls' Alhlefic Associofion recall many delighllul hours ol sporrs parlicipalion, An inclusive sporls program is offered by lhe G.A.A. l-lockey, loadrninron, volleyball, lable lennis, bowling, baskelball, sollball, and archery comprise , Annual Spring Dinner lor all members of rhe G.A.A. The greal success lo lhe prolicienl advisorship ol Miss Lefl lo Righ+, Row I: Sec, M. Lonergan, Treas, P. Munkelr, Vice-Pres. C. Phillips, Row 2: Pres, G, Remsen, Foc. Advisor Miss D. Clark, G,O. Rep, P, Green. Gold Key FOLLOW Tl-llf LEADER As we rhink back over our gym days, we recall rhe erlicienl and energeric Sfucleni' Leaders. These girls conducled our gym excercises, gaining sell-confidence, poise, and leadership. During lhe spring, 'rryouls were conducled for lhe seleclion of The sludenl leaders. The names ol lhose girls who proved lo possess Jrhe grealesl abilily lor leadership were announced al lhe 6.A.A. sporls banquet A BlRD'S EYE VIEW The Tine showing disployed by The BodminTon Honor Team will be remem- bered by iTs mony porTiciponTs ond by iTs compeTenT odvisor, Mrs. Corole Cohen, This yeor's Teom eorned The honor oT being one oT The besT Teoms The school hos produced. Loclcler Tourne- menTs were sTorTed ond used os The bosis Tor selec:Ting The Tinol Teom. Denise Joworowslci led The Teclm To vicTory oT The Honor Teom Ploy Doy held ciT Lynbroolc. LeTT To Right, STonding: CopT. D. Joworowslci, E. Soule, G. Appel, SiHing: J. Joworowski, J. Soufhord. Lefi To Right Row I: G. Remsen, J. Lee, E. Lee, K. Reese. J. Mercer, L. Cannon, E, Smevilc. Row 2: J. Flondorfer, J. Henningsen. J. GoldsmiTh, C. Jenkins, S. Schlegel, S, Phillips, D, Merlr. TROJAN WOMEN We'll olwoys remember The Hockey Team, Trudging olong To The Roynor STreeT Field. This yeor sevenTy-Tive girls signed up Tor This Toll sporT. Closs Teoms were chosen ond used os The bosis Tor selecTing The honor Teom. The sophomore closs, emerging vicTorious Trom The Boldwin ond Molverne gornes, proved To be The winning closs Teom. E.l'l.S. ploced Third in The Honor Teorn Ploy Doy oT Ec1sT Roclcowoy. STRTKE THEM DCWN The pin looys aT The Modern Bowling Alleys surely had a Trying Time replacing all The knocked-down pins as our FreeporT Bowling Team wenT Through an undeTeaTed season. Each girl in The Team looked Torward To Wednesday aTTernoons when They would once again work To improve Their bowling skill. fNlThough There were only TourTeen pracTice days, The girls showed unusual skill and abiliTy. This year The l-lonor Team placed Third in The Play Day, Leff To Right, Row I: J, DeMoy, C. Niles, J. Engel, Row 2: A, Slessor, J. Norland, C, Campbell, M, WhiTe. Left To Right, Row I: G. Saylor, G. Remsen, P. Green, C. Wells, P. Brady, J. l-lenningsen, D, Merk, Row 2: J. Lee, E. Lee, C. Wiener, L, Cannon, J, Amico. Tl-lE l-IOOPSTERS Our sporTs season would noT loe compleTe wiThouT our winTer sporT, BaskeTball. On Tuesdays and Thurs- days, The girls could be Tound in The gym, improving Their baskeTball Torm and Technique. During The season, The Tour class Teams opposed one anoTher To produce The winning Team, The Senior Class. FreeporT l-ligh Traveled To and played hosT To several oTher schools. Among The schools we played were Oceanside, Baldwin, Lynbrook and Mepham. The l'lonor Team Play Day, in which F.l-l.S. placed TourTh, was held aT Lynbrook. SERVICE WITI"I A SMILE The Tarniliar call, 'IAre The Tables seT up?", recalls To us The shorT buT mosT enioyable Table Tennis season. The doubles TournamenT, wiTh which The season commenced, was Tollowed by The singles TournamenT. The singles ladder TournamenT, slciIITuIly arranged by Miss DoroThy Clarle, became The basis Tor seIecTing The honor Team. This year The Team Traveled To Woodmere I-Iigh School where The "big-Tive" placed Third in The I-Ionor Team Play Day. LeTT To Rigl'1T: E, Segal, L, DuBois, G. Appel, M, L, DuTTy, J. Yarra Left To Rigl'1T, Row I: C. Jenkins, D. Jaworowslci, D, Merlc, J. G. Remsen, L. Cannon, E. Lee, J, Henningsen, Row 2: J. Brown, P, Brady, C. Sehlegel, C. Wiener, J. Amico, C, Wells. UP, UP, AND OVER The usual large group crowded The gym when once again our Volleyball season commenced, During The early parT oT The season The girls pracTiced improving Their skills. Emerging vic- Torious Tram The class Teams was The senior class. Mrs. Carole Cohen, advisor aT The group sporT, seIecTed Trom among The class Teams The Twelve honor Team players who showed exTra group abiIiTy and Co- ordinaTion. The Team TerminaTed iTs season by winning eigh+ oT ?Ts Twelve games. BOWS 34 ARROWS Who can forgei The Freeporf Robin Hooders and iheir yeomanly skill. Archery, one of rhe spring sporls, offers much arrraclion 'ro many of The Free- porr girls, On Mondays and Vfednes- days The Qirls were seen shooling 'their arrows or ihe Raynor Slreer Field. The honor +eam consisis of 'the high scorers of The season. Barbara Alberl, The ouisianding player, aiiained The highesir average. The learn, coached by Mrs. Carole Cohen, displayed fine cooperalion and sporismanship. Leff lo Right B. Albert, V. Visel, V. Edwards Leff fo Righ+, Row I: if, Smifh, A. Ballot G. Remsen, D. Jaworow- ski, C. Wells. Row 2: D. Merk, M. Lewis, S. Schlegel, J. Galdsmirh. HIT AND RUN Ushering in fhe spring season are our energeric Soffball players. The Raynor Sireei Field was rhe scene of much piilching, hiffing. and running. On Mondays and Wednesdays The girls eagerly found iheir way io ihe field where ihe four class 'reams vied againsf one anorher, The short rainy soffball season deprived The girls of many praclice days. The reams, however, under fhe guidance of Miss Darofhy Clark, wen+ rhrough an enioyable and successful season. P. Ziegler J. Hopkins M. DuTfy C, Weiner S Phillips J. Nigro C. Durkin J. Arnica J. Jaworowski A. Verona G, Mock TI-TE Ci-TEERY I4 J. Soufhard M. Lonergan CapT. l.. Cannon FirsT To be remembered and lasT To be TorgoTTen are The spunky, vivacious Cheerieaders oT '55, Their winning smiles and Their boundless energy added zesT and enThusiasm To The many Thrilling games OT each season, The year '55 ushered in many TirsTs in The cheerleading rouTine. Laura Cannon, sprighTly capTain aT The squad, led The colorTully clad cheerleaders down Broadway in Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Our peppy cheerleaders gained The limelighT as They appeared on Ted STeel's Television program. Much praise and recogniTion is due Mrs. Carole Cohen Tor guiding The girls Through a yery successful season. ifwusiiieuvwwmu-imssf .f, M.. -lbw sey+-www-wwe M- J e'-575 If 2. 2 9. Jim Polnenlwm f' -f' L -I ' - .., If file X if ., fx 5' ,. I 6 y,.f"W 'Wm N , 5 ' -43 AI Olsen Cleve Prof'r Barry Feldsfein Bulclw Andrews Andy Monesfere Howie I-Ioclwmcm Bl in Bob Ullion Bob DiFozio FRESH MAN Left Io Righf, Row I: R. Rcmsclell, N, Blofz, W. Pennell, B. Franklin, J. Judge, R. Vogf. Row 2: F. Modoglic, W. I-Icverbuslw, I., Dipoolo, P. Brlgnorn, J, Connors, T, Berger, T. Ireland, R, Bergman, Row 3: J. Duffy, C. Sclwimmel, R. Murdock, J. Edwards, P. Moore, T, Donnelly. R. I-Iomcn, W. Pollock. Row 4: R. Seoles, D. Williams, C, Jackson. G. Liebegoll, H. Doctor, J. Copozzoli. Row 5: Coocln J, Devlin, Couch C, I-Ioener. JUNIOR VARSITY Left Io Right, Row I: J. Miranda B. Slmmons, R. Monuello, Row 2 J, Urbcnslcl, P. I-Iillier, M. Fow Row 3: J. Paros, R. Newman J, Ciorovlno. Row 4: T, plwreys. ler I-Ium - A.. ' 35, VARSlTY Left fo Righ+, Row I: R. Ullian, A. Monesfere, W. Bagafelle, l-l. l-loclcman, A. Olsen, B. Feldslein, S. Boone, R, DiGasso, R. Killian, D. Combes, W, Gasper, C. Ramsclen, Row 2: Coach W. Ashley. R, Dilzazio, T, Fellman, R. Reilley, D. l-lanninglon, P, Erwin, C. Breakslone, C, Pralr, A. Andrews, J. Palcenham, J, Nathan, R. l-lohlfelder, C, Ellriech, P. Alperl, F. Bourlard, L, Amenfler, G. Bird, Coaches V. Zuaro, G. Moser. PASS THE PIGSKIN We cul up conlelli, shined our cowbells, and Tuned our voices 'rhose Salurday mornings so 'rhal we could cheer our Foo+ball Team, coached by Mr. Bill Ashley. on lo viclory. Sadly enough, lhe Red Devils experienced a hard-luck season, buf. neverlheless, showed delerminalion lhroughour lheir campaign. Some briglil spols in our season were viclories againsf Mineola, lhe Triple-A champions: l-lempslead: and Weslbury. We losl lhe lvlepham game by one poinl, for lhe second year in a row. The oulslanding plays ol Jim Palcenhom al laclcle were recognized by lhe coaches ol Nassau Counly when he received All-Scholaslic honors from "Newsday" and "The Pressf' We walched rhe .l.V. loolball leam, led by Mr. Lou Franlclin and Mr. Fosler l-lolil, gradually improve, losing Their lirsl lwo games, lying lhe nexl. and winning lhe lasl lwo. The Freshman leam, coached by Mr. Joseph Devlin and Mr. Clarence l'loener, deserved our praises for winning lheir conference lille. ai Lefl Io Right Row I: J. Ingber, J. Whitney, J. Kramer, T. Eppalilo. M, In+riliga+or. Row 2: I-I. Munro, E. Yannelli, J. Clavens, B. MacFarland, E. Schenlce, R. Noll, Coach R. Powell. Le'F+ to Righf, Row I: C. Nathan, D. I-lealy, 6. Emma, R. Coons, R. Bergefr D. Cleary, G, Ringer, T. Judge. Row 2: P, Sammis, Manager R.,Nixon. J, McGoey, J. Carnponi, J. Randolph, F. O'Brien, D, Jerram, R, Winler. J. McKenzie, J. Flinl, E, S+riclcer, B. Segal, B. Slaler, Coach R. Miller. THE PINMEN STRIKE AGAIN "Wha+, anolher s+rilce?" This was a familiar remarlc heard dur- ing The Bowling Team's excellenf sporl season. The boys held +heir praclice days a+ Werners Bowl ing Alley and Iheir play days af l'leineman's. The pinmen, because of Iheir line bowling Techniques and Ihe able coaching of Mr. Randal Powell, placed Ihird in Ihe Soufh Shore Alhlelic League. MERRY MILERS Clad in swear-suils. Coach Red Miller's harriers Iolled ' up a successful season in Cross-CounI'ry. Three boys especially nored for rheir speed were George Emma. Dave Cleary, and Dick Winrer. In Ihe SSAL Tournameni The 'leam placed second, while in Ihe L. l. Seclion 8, Winler, Emma, and Cleary placed 2nd, 3rd, and 4Ih. Winrer and Emma Iravelled +o Albany where Ihey placed I2Ih and 22nd in Ihe slare champion- ship meer, LET'S MAKE TRACKS Caplained by Larry Ruger and Fred Waddlinglon, our I954 Track Team lied one, won four, and losl four of ils meels. ln lhe Seclion I meel, Girlcen placed 3rd in shol pulr and Waddlinglon in hurdles: Winler look 4+h in The mile and Coons 2nd in quarler- mile and 3rd in broadiump. Coons and Winler placed 4+h in mile and Isl in quarler-mile respeclively, in lhe Soulh Shore finals. Much of lhe leamls success musl be allribuled lo Coach Randal Powell's line elilorls. Le'F+ fo Righl, Row I: E. Streclcer, R. Pollard, M. Humphreys, L. Ruger A. -Richmond, R. Winler, T. Sinclair. Row 2: Coach S. Beck, Coach J Augustine, R. Noll, R, DiGasso, R. Coons, D. Cleary, R. Corwin, P I-lellslen, D, Brelzger, G, Brown, Coach R. Powell, LEADERS OF TOMORROW This year we celebraled lhe lhird successful year since lhe lormalion of our Boys' Leaders Corps. The Leaders Corps was inauguraled in E.l'l.S. in order lo aid 'rhe leachers in handling lhe numerous gym classes. The boys on lhe squad have done lheir parl ellicienlly by ollicialing al games, demonslraling on appanalus, and mainloining order wilhin lhe gym. To qualify lor lhe Leaders Corps, a boy musl lcnow lhe rules and regulalions of all games and musl be approved by lhe gym Ieachers. Le'F+ Io Right, Row I: D. Eastwood, D. Magnus, R. I-lirller, E. Celsiclc E. Kimmelman, R. Clemenls. Row 2: W. Bird, J. McGoey, R, Romaine C. Dawson, E. Yannelli, S. Uman, J, Slocum. Row 3: Mr, J. Augusline E. Sheehan, W. Finn, B, Gross, W. Adler, J. Walls, D, Seymour, G. Ducla Mr. W, Tulhill. Row 4: R. Lamberson, R. Roberlson, R, Rom, R. Ciolli R. Winler, M. Humphreys, B. Toelle. e To RlghT Row I P Er n I-l Thau, J. Murray, B. Walsh, R. Lewis, G. Bird. Row 2: W. McCall. W Durland C Elfreich G Emma W. Lewis, Coach J. Glacken. JOE'S BOYS Our BaskeTball Team reTained, in spiTe OT many adver- siTies, The school spiriT and enThusiasm ThaT a Team sporT requires. Our dribblers placed Third in The SouTh Shore AThleTic League by winning Ten aT Their eighTeen games. Several games oT The season sTand ouT as unTorgeTTable ones in The '55 season, FreeporT soared To vicTory in The Tinal second ol: The Valley STream maTch by deTeaTing Valley STream 73-72. CapTain George Emma, Nassau CounTy's leading scorer, ToTaled a record of TiTTy-one poinTs in The Lawrence game and whizzed Through The season by averaging TwenTy-nine poinTs a game. Coach Joe Glaclcen deserves recogniTion Tor guiding The Team Through a Ten-win season. FRESI-IMAN J. 4 -. . . . N, BI, I Q.. 35 M K :BTW-N Sf- Iii ' 1 JUNIOR VARSITY Leff To Righ+, Row I: J. Roschlce, W, Ness, R. Moe nuello, R. DiGcisso, R. New- some, Coach G. Moser. Row 2: P. AlberT, J, Urbonslci, B. Simmons, J. Nelson, A. RiTTer, R. Blonclc, TI-IE RISING SINKERS The up ond coming Junior Vcrsify BcsIceTboII Teom reolly deserved recogniTion for Their fine disploy oT Teom cooperoTion This yeor. The Teorn wos sporlced To vicTory by The Tine deTensive ploys oT Alon RiTTer, Bernie Simmons, ond Jon Nelson, Bob DiGosso, Russ Monuello, ond Joe Urbonski compeTenTIy Tormed The boclcbone of The oTTensive ploys. The Joyvees, wiTh The oble clssisTonce oT Mr. George Moser, ploced TirsT in The leogue by winning Twelve ouT OT Their ThirTeen gornes. Our Freshman l'Tivel' dribbled Through The seoson To goin second ploce in The S.S.A.L. The guiolonce OT Cooch Lou Fronlclin ond The Tine cooperoTion ond Teomworlc OT The boys enobled Them To win Ten ouT of Their ThirTeen gomes. The Teom surged To vicTory by bec1Ting Oceonside, Seoiford, WonTogh, ond Lynbroolc by greoT morgins. Diclc Finley, Rolph Clernenls, Bruce Fronlclin, ond Jerry Joclcson added The needed Touch To rnolcing This yeor's Teom o fine one. LefT To Righ+, Row I: Mon. oger J. Randolph, Monoger S, Feldstein, R. Finley, R. Ciofle, Monoger J, Fink, Row 21 R. C'emenTs, J. Schimmel, B. Fronlclin, M, Rosenzweig, M. Fowler. T. Berger, W. Gray. Row 3: Coach L, Fronlclin, G. Rosen, J, Joclcson, R. I-Iomon, J. Slocum, R, Vogt. Lefl' D. Io Riglwf, Row I: J. Walis, J. Papacosrno, G. Ernrna, R. Franke. Robinson, R, Srile. R. Couglwlin. Row 2: Coach W. Tulnill, R. Pennell, W' ir' rinlcwaler, W. Bird, B, I-Ieenan. R Le is, 6. B a, J, Sanborn, R. D 1 IJ IJQ4 TI-IE LONG DRIVERS Our Ereeporr Baseball squad placed lourlh in Jrhe Triple "A" League of Long Island wi'rI1 a seven win, six loss, and one lie record. An oulsfanding evenr of flue '54 season was George Emrna's sensalional no-I1iHer. Our baf- men defeafed Baldwin, Sewanlwalca, Meplwam, and Oceanside. Allhougln Ilwe +eam's balling average was nal loo favorable, 'flue overall spiril of Ilwe Ieam inspired by The members of Ilne squad and Hs coach, Mr, Winslon Tullwill, added flnal exlra spark of life. If Q WI si . Iiffp f f iai,,,g. . -G ss HQ 1' Q ' 4 W I f .. , . SHARP SHOOTERS The men behind The guns surely remember The ATkinson School and The pleasure They derived Trom Their aTTernoons wiTh The Rifle Team. The Team placed TourTh in The league sTanding and won more Than half of Their eighTeen maTches. By ciTTaining' The highesl' score in one maTch This season, CapTain Charles VogT sTrengThened The Team considerably. Their Tine record is a crediT To The coaching oT Mr. WalTer Joy and To The shooTing skill oT James FlinT and Kenny Wood. Lef+ Io Right, Row I: P. Thompson, J. MacLaury, J, Miranda, Chapman, D. de l.amberT. Row 2: K. Wood, E. Drake, J. FlinT C. VogT, W. Dorernus, T. Jones, Coach W. Joy. Qyi , siys Leff To Right Row I: A. Andrews, C. SmiTh, P. Sullivan, R. Darcey R. Clarke, B. FelasTein, F. Kiernan, J, Pakenham. Row 2: F. Bade, J Nathan, A. Olsen, R. Diizazio, C. ElTreich, R, I-lolhfelder, W. BagaTelle F, Bouffard, Coach W. Ashley. Row 3: R, Goldman, W, Pollockl R, Murdock, A. Ashley, D, I-IanningTon, R. Ullian, Y, Moy, R. BaTes P. Hillier, R. SuTermeisTer, STICKMEN Our TriumphanT Lacrossemen proved Their knowledge of The game by deTeaTing all opposing Teams excepT The Island champion, Sewanhaka. The Red Devils, coached by Mr. Bill Ashley, played Garden CiTy, ManhasseT, Mineola, and Peek- skill MiliTary Academy, and daTeaTecI These schools Twice. The sTickmen capTured second place in league compeTiTion by winning eighT oT Their Ten games. Paul Sullivan, who aTTained The posiTion oT mosT valu- able player, ended The season wiTh Twelve goals and eighT assisTs. Many oT our lacrosse players were selecTed To be players in The All-STar Team. Leff To Righf, Row I: S. Thorner, C. WerTz, E. STrecker, S. Boone R. Winter. Row 2: R. DiFazio, R. Randazzo, R. Clark, W. Bagafelle D. I-lanningTon, J. NaThan, Row 3: Coach V. Zuaro, W, Sweezey GRUNTING GRAPPLERS The sTrange sounds issuing Trom The Field I-louse Told us ThaT our WresTIing Team had begun pracTice. Coach Vince Zuaro led The Two-year- old Team Through a successful season oT compeTiTion againsT long-esTab- lished squads. Placing ninTh ouT oT TwenTy-Tive schools, They won eighT and losT six maTches. Sammy Boone came in 2nd in The S.S. SecTion I and 3rd in The L. I. Championships, wiTh CapTain Ed STrecker placing Third in S.S. SecTion I, Don Hanning- Ton Taking 4Th, and Joe NaThan and Bob Dilzazio copping 3rd in Their respecTive classes, J. Ouilty, F, Body, T, I.iTch, J. Y, Moy, T. Donnelly, Row 4: W Werbicky, B. Pennell, W, Oasper, F. SchmidT, S. Powell, J, VValsh. The Parchment Parade NG? 'I' 9 'U fe igifir 5' i 2f1lZ??fi: JEAN ACKERMAN Joviel . . . easy-going , . . loves ta tall: . . . plenty ot 'friends . . . Jean has devoted much time to the Dance, Assembly, and Courtesy Committees . . . enjoys horsebaclc riding and art . . . plans to become on artist. WALTER ADLER "Ape" . . . easy to please , . . spends spare time at wood-cratt . . . enioys baslretball, base- , ball. and football . . . rendered his services to the boys' Leader Corps . . . will be a tope notch tlyer. it Q, ALFRED BACHELLA "Al" . . , natural humorist . . . lilreable . . . come to F.l-l.S. in senior year from St. Jol'm's Prep .... good at making triends and keeping them . . . hobby is driving cars . , . wants to practice law and become a district attorney. BARBARA ANN BARN ETT "Bobs" . . . active in both choruses . . . Presi- dent of Girls' Chorus . . . ushers tor Com- munity Concerts . . . enioys singing and dancing . , . always a srnile tor everyone . . . desires the lite ot a private secretary. CLASS OFFICERS R. Winter, Secretory: G. Remsen, Social Secretary: R. Coons, Vice4Presi- dent: Mrs. C. Tessier, Faculty Advisor: R. Avazian, G. O. Representative: L. Bolognese, Treasurerg G. Ringer, President. .Q in is 4 A 4 1-ft iw P ' :sky 5.73, f id I RONALD AGNELLO "Ronnie" . . . congenial manner . . . easy to get along with . . . has a large collection ot tropical tish . . . chess interests him . . . has his eye on the ownership ot a retailing store. BARBARA ALBERT "Bobs" . . . charming smile . . . lilies to bowl, skate, and swim . . . plays the piano . . . member at the G.A.A .... hopes to tour the world someday . , . ambition-to be a top legal secretary and a married woman. BARBARA BOGD EN "Bobbi" . . . possesser of an adorable poodle cut . . . tound in the art room during her spare time . . . a capable Masque and Wig member . . . her sparkling personality will carry her tar in any field. LOUISE BOLOGNESE Sparkling smile . . . gay and carefree . . . personality plus . . . glowing queen ot Junior Prom . . . enioys collecting iazz records , . . secretary ot 6.0 .... Flasl'1l'lingS typist . . . president ot Assembly Committee , . . winning ways will lead to her success. . K -r fiffsh-Qi - I , t ,tit Qs S .s.s..1g,Qi . i . K '. . - 2 f - , .6 imi,gi:fg53 i ' ' . lf"'-W-f?'f.LT - ' 51z5grsgG:.y.fw': ':' - JW 5 :UG . . I k .. r3wif!."21f'stW19H. .Q - 15:14-1 ,XZ -aff 5, 1.-, - -. - wt sf . .,,,a I-.,-ss, is . L.-L g -Q. 'sz . 1 -. .- f - '- I 'f -A . - i --3? ft tif- 1 si ' g--:.- ,F as f f 4 Kisgt? if - ra f..g:.ts X,-1 '..., fi.: 1 ' .1515 -:still K, 4, . .. ,905 fi MQW if I . ti Gi 5 slijl4is1k5'.f.ty . . , .fIQf"f5.'2,lZlY. i,,..9 of lw"'lf'U .I things . . . hobbies include machinery, cars, K ' sh , j and girls . . . football and bowling are MAR-IORIE ANDERSON '- J - 1 .fo Ji. favorites with him . . . future will probably be .-Margie. .... petite, reserved, sweet . . . easy j X JJ the field ot mechanics. to get along with . . . member of G.O .... ' , - loyal basketball fan . . . likes dancing andjhd j Vi RICHARD AVAZIAN driving . . , wants to be a secretary. ARTHUR ANDREWS J "Butch" . , . our star right guard on the foot- ball team . . . ready smile accompanies his friendliness . . . All-Star lacrosse player . . . also wrestles . . . deep blue eyes and blonde hair , . . never a dull moment . . , will be missed at F.H.S. ROBERT BEIN "Beany" . . . on engaging smile . , , good- natured and pleasant . , . always ready to lend a helping hand . . . spends time hunting and drafting . . . participant in football, rifle, and lacrosse . . . future lies in field of architecture. SANDRA BERMAN "Sandy" . . . cute as her freckles , . . cheerful as they come . . . active participant of Girls' Chorus, Senior Assembly Committee, and Senior Play Committee , . . loves all kinds of Italian food . . . plans to eat her way through college. BARBARA BOND "Babra" . . . vivacious personality . magnetic actress . . . Masque and Wig member , . . P.A. announcer . . . likes to eat, loaf, and bowl . . . desires to be a good actress and wife. MARY BRADY Good-natured and attractive . : . pleasant to be with . . . Wantagh's less is Freeport's gain . . . enioys swimming, babysitting, participating in contests, and keeping scrapbooks . . to attend nursing school. . hopes ' L K ,TY 'Z-.::: '3-fi 1 k ' if' 1 ' , fee, , 2...q.if f, + .- V- . .V ,. , 7-,-mem .g Q- .st ' f. -f 5 - s- . '.'f.1,f-'tsigsfwfrag :- 5- - 1, 7,5 1 ,: ', , f q ,gg ,: H 4 eff-ffefJs.f?. eiuse,..5g:-.- 554 29112 ..:-z.1x::g:z:, .V ' 5 . ' -1445 ., "' I L L 33 -'fir s A is K .fi :21i'f' H "- ' 51 . I M1233 It - F 'QJJIGLI' Nl Q 'pets lf ULIZJQ JJ "Rich" . . . good-natured and handsome , . . quick with words, usually those of four or more syllables . . . displays his iournalistic talent as an editor of Flasl-IingS . . , treasurer of Senior Honor Society . . . member of Masque and Wig Club . . . his ability of persuasion will make him an excellent lawyer. WILLIAM BIRD "Bill" .. .affable ...very active onthe F.l-l.S. baseball team . . . a member of the Boys' Leader Corps . . . collects stamps as a hobby . . . senior homeroom manager. . . ambition is to become a teacher. LEWIS BLINN "Lew" . . . independent , . . easy-going , . . ardent football fan . . . friendly . , . capable football manager in senior year . . . lends his services to the Freeport Fire Department , . . life of a tourist camp owner appeals to him. PATRICIA BRADY Friendly . . . cute Wantagh import . . . has fun dancing . . . enioys watching and participating in all sports . . . active in basketball and baseball . . . would like to go to Cortland State Teachers' College and becorne a physical education teacher. DENIS BROUDY Likeable and friendly , . . completed high school in three years . , . enjoys swimming and motor boating . . . plays the drums in his own dance band , . . plans to study accounting and law. r'l 5 1 ' 'I .ff nf , ,O V lg I' .,f f.. . . , N -' X' is - , - ,s , sf. ' ,Y . Q .I ,W x l 41 2 self' QEPE - 452' 1 , 5 5,3 :asia 512155535251 jgsv' f: .i'-,,-,:,5e3g.:1::', . N ?.si5.s.,35f:3?y. 5'Q45.i..,3,1 ii us Meds he 1 1 'U' 'f M' e Q- He . If ibm Ui r an 78 was Agsgmp 2i1?ai3a,,'iYi?'1 GLENN QROWN 3 22 .ri .Q A charming personallly lhal leaves lls lrade ..,, , .:,. . ..,. mark . . . always alive wilh a ready ioke and a helping hand . . . indispensable lrack man- ager . . . Pholography Edilor of Voyageur . . . Glenn will cerlainly make a successful music leacher. JUDY BROWN "Andy" . . . quiel and reserved . . fialwqys . courleous . . . member of many alhlelic lyfcns . . . belongs lo GAA ..., likes 'gwimi ing and horseback riding . . . conslffupglorler of 6.0 .... wanls alle college. ROBERT CERKO "Bob" . . . nonchalanl , . , congenial . . . a member of lhe Senior Honor Sociely . . . lreasurer of lhe freshman class , . . eniays working on his radio sel . . . would like lo own a million-dollar oil well. PATRICIA CHUMLEY "Pal" . . . cule, pleasanl manner . . . fun lo be with . . . came lo F.l-l.S. in senior year . . . likes lo do lols of lraveling . . , hobby is painting . . . wanls a college educalion . . . will make her way as a commercial designer. RICHARD COHEN "Dick" . . . blonde wilh blue eyles . . . a com- muler from Seaford , . , likes lo drive his baby-blue Buick converlible . . . easy-going I and affable . . . would like lo enler the i engineering world. 6 TX BEATRICE COLTER X SA "Bea" . . . cheerful, congenial . . . beaming . smile . . . has a good lime singing, dancing, and playing lhe piano , . , member of lhe Q Girls' Chorus and Mixed Chorus , . . would XX like lo altend Kalherine Gibbs' Business School. JJ-f f 1. in iiigilw W 0 1' -' 1 -Q 'Z " ws . T' . ' if IS VY: . : jr,Q'QZ5fi55h3'i3 if if - -f.. " .5f'f5'-"'l:iigf'f.'.'Hn "W H:e4:'.sf.1.:ffw ' ' rf ser ff25ge2f5i'i ..z..... ' 2,:r?ii:'I' - z",,,1'-:k 5 .. i I I s ' r f'ff1'j.f' 1 1 ROBERT CANNIZZARO "Bob" . . , never al a loss for a willy remark . . . an alerl mind with a winning persanalily . . . good-looking imporl from Seaford . . . will be remembered for his friendliness , . . is headed for a college and a medical degree. LAURA CANNON "Laurie" . . . dynamic personalily . . , versalile and sociable . . . pelile bul alhlelic . . . beauly plus brains . . . energelic caplain of lhe cheer- leaders . . . class officer . . .a capable leader . . . is headed for success in college. ROSE COLUCCI "Dolly" . . . allraclive . . . dark flashing eyes . . . a dash of spice . . . her clolhes are always in fashion . . . afler gradualing from Brown's Business School, she will become a capable secrelary . , . we won'l forgel her. RICHARD COONS "Dick" . . . popular senior . . . lwo-year caplain of cross counlry . . . record-breaking track man . . . loves baskelball . . . handsome and friendly . . . ready smile . , . always busy . . . he will go far in any field. LORETTA CAPUTO "Cookie" . . . exotic appearance . . , dark hair and tlashing eyes . . . a dazzling smile . , . commutes trom Seatord . . . her hobbies are swimming, bowling, and singing , . . destined to be an etticient private secretary. CAROL ANN CARMEN An attractive blonde . . . pleasing personality . . . tour years a member ot Girls' Chorus , . . likes to roller skate and to collect records . . . will make an etticient bookkeeper. JOHN CLARK "Jack" . . . tall and lank . . . unobtrusive, but lends a certain something to any gathering . . , collects records and plays the marimba . . , hopes to combine his goals to be a successtul musician and a prosperous business man. NORMAN CLARKE Quiet, serious, and industrious , . . a depend- able triend . . . enioys model railroading and going to the movies . . . interested in literature . . . will take his place in the literary world as a writer. MARGARET CORDES "Margie" . . . attractive . . . distinctive smile . . . played basketball in treshman and soph- omore years . . . likes to roller skate, ice skate, and watch basketball games . . . desire is to be a legal stenographer. RICHARD DANNHART "Rick" . . . handsome , . .attractive personality . . . intriguing eyes . . . likes girls and nsouped up" cars . . . quick wit . . . possesses the type ot character that will win him success in his tuture career. N s ii i . i - - - -3, eff? .13 iii:si,f'iaisfG57g2,z,1s9ktiif1 jeg:-ig 3 ' ',:sfQ:.iwfixjff1' , 2, 'I f yy , - I,-of faesizsw, nm- . ,- 4' Ziff-iw ,tif H sf, , ,- -aw Most Popular and Versatile-George Emma and Pauline West gg A? is JOHN CLAVENS "Oscar" . . . machine enthusiast , . . bowling rates high with him . . . the tield at radio and T.V, are ot great interest to him . . . ambition is to become an operator ot a motion picture proiector. DAVID CLEARY "Slippery" . . . humorous . . . great guy . . . Vice-President ot iunior class . . . 6.0. Vice- President in iunior year, Treasurer in senior year . . . participated in tootball, basketball, and baseball . . . is co-captain ot track team . , . wants to become a successtul engineer. ELIZABETH DAVIS "Betty" . , . attractive and amiable . , . has a tabulous sense ot humor . . . is a talented artist . . . enthusiastic member ot Courtesy Corps and Assembly Committee . . . active in girls' sports . . . always has a smile tor everyone. ANNE DAY One at the smarter students in F.H.S .,.. lovely auburn hair and winning smile , . . real Betty Crocker at the range . . . will be some man's "girl-Friday" atter graduating trom secretarial school. JOHN DEIS Sincere . . . quiet . . . a newcomer to F.t-LS. this year . , . enioys hunting and collecting guns . . . his pleasant personality will carry him tar in college where he intends to study agriculture. JEANNETTE De SANTIS "Jeannie" or "Beans" , . .charming pulchritude . , . spirited personality . , . wears beautiful, well-chosen clothes and always looks trim . . . relishes horseback riding and traveling . . enioys Red Cross work , . . cooks expertly . . will ioin the nursing profession. P- si .i , :ic L s .legit on -3 J UDITH DOYLE ,I Ir i' ff . 1 lnjf- balm X JI, fit ii lt .V f J If .1' " . i . ' Q 1' lj ' 4 il!! lil! iw' X ' if , pr 1 K ,. ,Q gz, 2 1? my .4 i sy is fem i gm? is i yi, NS fi f Q, r tt t' we i 2 .I -i ,, fist , - w'i'Jz'f' . f ' Z ssfwiggfffxtf -9, t .L x ,mf wmv! i it A '4 -Egdx Q te EW '25, af t if ns i Z. ei of 4 Tix! ,+ et J s., if A A " SUSAN DEWALD "Toogie" . . . sweet, tun to be with , . . hobbies are cooking, baking, writing to pen- pals, and playing the piano . . . member ot the Girls' and Mixed Choruses . . . looks tor- word to marrying and having trom two to six children. ROBERT DI FAZIO "Bob" and good times go together . . . sxtrovert . . . sparkplug ot tootball team , . . outstanding ability in tootball, lacrosse, basket- ball, and baseball . , . a real asset to the Library Club and Courtesy Committee . , . plans to attend college. I s 'A "Judy" . . . dork hair . . . attractive and well- groomed . . . photogenic . , . hopes to become ' a well-paid secretary . . , plans to climax her ' secretarial career by getting married and raising a tamily. CAROL DRAYTON "Bootise" . . , loaded with pep . . . musically inclined . . . her pleasant voice lends itselt JOHN EKHOLM E-Jeouiliuily io Qui Chorus ' ' ' Conuoiieii be "Johnny" . . . his blonde crewcut adds to his ound on a tennis court , . . ambition is to . . . . good looks . . . some soy quietness is a sign become G reglsieled nurse' ot greatness . . . taithtul 6.0. supporter . . . ' nautically inclined . . . is headed tor a suc- Most Likely to Succeed-Barbara Stewart and ,Q, E cesstul career in engineering. . v N Gemge Rmger Q XJ' QV' HAROLD ELLIOTT Q J L7 l' al" . . . the merry giant . . . husky and xo W9 J ood-looking . . . likes all kinds at sports . . . Q lf' basketball player . . , enthusiastic G.O. supe gf ter . . . anxious to begin his training tor a f 4 c reer in engineering. O' N 0 - Q X 3 J ,,. 4 . ' ' J 'H-V'Qi?ti5:tXiT511 Zin? 6 0 Y 4. . . J 0' , -o ' , 1115, .I ' i ' Rx . 'J W 70 -v L ,,., . ,y....., .,,.W. I . my ics. i :vw ' '- . . -- ' - fi syvziaiiez. . 3273 :-X - -1-.- WIN: , - gz.. i s 5 " ' i 5' Qi . yi QE ' if - if A l JACQUELYN DILEO "Jackie" . . . good things come in small pack- ages . . . tiny and cute . . . Chorus, Courtesy Committee, and Assembly Committee take up her spare time . . . atter graduating from college she intends to become a secretary. JOEL DI PAOLA A happy combination ot brown and brain . hard worker . . . a true Latin scholar . . . excels on the baseball diamond . . . homeroom man- ager tor two years . . . plans to enter the tield ot chemistry. LOIS DUBOIS Ettervescent personality . . . smart dresser . , . member ot' the Girls' Chorus . . . participates in the Tennis Club . . . out tor bowling and table tennis . . . would like to learn to ski . . . hopes to become an elementary school teacher. MARY LOU DUFTY "Lulubelle" . . . a charming Southern belle . . . petite cheerleader . . . very popular with all , . , quiet. independent air . . , participates in girls' sports . . . has a fashionable wardrobe . . . tun-loving class otticer . . . her goal is a college degree. GEORGE EMMA What a physique . . . popular President ot the G.-O .... retreshing to be with , . , secretary ot the iunior class . . , sensational basketball star . . . Daily News All-Star . . . baseball and cross country . . . wants to attend college. ANTHONY EPPOLITO "Tony" , . . likes baseball and bowling . . . enjoys driving his car . . , participated in base- ball and bowling while at F.H.S .... pla'ns to go to college after graduation. i .ti tiiwfiilsfilj img: itll UQ. I f LD I BARBARA Doesci-INER W '--, -fx "Bobbie" . . . triendly and inquisitive . . golden voice . . . excells at archery . . . active -4, member ot Masque and Wig Club . . . an exceptional swimmer . . . loves reading and music . . , will someday be heard singing the part at "Carmen" at the Met. RITA DOMANICO "Little One" . . . short and cute . . . lovely black hair . . . likes movies, swimming, and sports . . . plans to attend business school to become a good secretary-receptionist. DEANNA DUNFEE "Dee" . . . poised . . . beaming smile , , , Flasl"lingS reporter . . . participates in girls sports . . . Maine accent . . , enioys playing the piano, skiing, and swimming . . . member ot Courtesy Committee , . . tuture lies in college. WILLIAM DURLAND "Bill" . , . good-looking , . . friendly . a keen sense ot humor . . . a newcomer to F.I't.S. in his iunior year . . . excels on the basketball court.. . plans to enter college in the tall, CLAUDINE ETIENNE "Frenchy" . . , a radiant smile to accompany a warm personality . . . can speak French fluently . . . another commuter trom Seatord . . . the lite ot an airline hostess seems an enjoyable career to her. GEORGE FALLER "Red" . . . triendly disposition . . . easy to get along with . . . import tram Seatord . . . likes speed boats and cars . . . would like to enter U.S.N. atter graduating , . . goal is to be a moving picture technician. 71 LORETTA FEI LE x ff.: A W S 1' 'R l A 5 V. V-Rell" . . . our Venus de Milo wilh arms . . . lg lerriliic artisl . . . soll, pleasing voice . . , good dancer . . . l-lonor Sociely member . , , 6.0. representalive ol lhe Dance Commillee . . . president ol Masque and Wig . . . participanl in Senior Play . . . wanls lo allend college. JOHN FELDMAN "Jack" . . . dark hair . . , easy to gel along wilh , . . always ready wilh a captivaling smile . . . enioys driving . . . makes a slaunch lriend . . . his pleasanl disposilion will be an assel in his chosen career ol denlislry. MICHAEL FELDMAN "Mike" . . . dark, curly hair . . . lranslerred lrom Far Rockaway in his iunior year . . . enioys all sports in general . . . alter gradual- ing he expecls lo allend engineering school . . . is bound to be a success. BARRY FELDSTEIN "Flash" , . . smarl dresser . . . lreckles and brown eyes . . , handsome athlele . , . well- liked . . . has a conlagious laugh . . . helped lo make our Senior Prom a success . . . Varsily Foolball and Lacrosse . . . will be a success in any lield. LEO FERNANDEZ Dark . . . handsome . , . easy-going . . . besl known lor his talenl in loolball and lacrosse ...lriend ol all . . .senior homeroom manager . . . afler attending college. Leo would like lo become a shop leacher. TOM FI LEMAN "Willy" . . . cute smile . . , lun-loving and lancy lree . , . enioys linkering wilh hot rods and boats . . . Red Devil lineman . . , lulure addilion lo U. S. Air Force . . . will lravel lhe road lo success. GEORGE GEORGAS "Gorgeous George" , . . easy-going and like- able . . . lun to be wilh , . , engaging smile . . . keen sense ol humor . . . hobby is photog- raphy . . . intends to sludy engineering in college alter gradualion lrom high school. JOHN GERKEN "Gerk" . , . sincere in everylhing he undertakes . . . a sure shol in rille , . . member ol lhe lrack leam . . . lascinaled by llashy race cars . . . will be a skilled machinist aller he cor-npleles college. M MARY GILLIGAN "Mimi" , . . vivacious personality . . . sprighlly talk . . . likes Cadillacs . . . lull ol pep . . . laithlul supporler ol lhe G.O. and its aclivities . . . likes sports , . . always in a crowd . . . will make an allraclive airline hosless. JAMES GLEASON "Jim" . . , good-looking . , . well-liked by all . . . senior homeroom manager . . . member ol lhe Science Club . . . looks lorward lo allending Wesl Poinl and making a career in lhe Army. . J L ic.: VL 3? THOMAS FELLMAN "Fellgoola" pleasant and good natured always ood tor a lau h s orts minded tootball, basketball, and lacrosse . . . aspires to live the lite ot a millionaire Q,f9.,,.ffQ DAVID FELSTEIN MJ "Dave' . . . pleasing personality , . . winning 1 gi I i g p ' Mi . . . his athletic prowess is exemplitied in of smile . . , expert Charleston dancer . , . likes listening to music . . . blends his voice with the Mixed Chorus . . . active member ot Masque and Wig , . . G.O, holder . . . will be a convincing actor. CAROLE FISHER Friendly, likeable personality , . . loyal sup- porter ot the G.O. tor tour years . . . likes art, sports, and movies . . . will make a tine wite tor some lucky man. ROBERT FRANKE "Pennsy" . . , witty, tull ot tun . . . enioys tinkering with cars . . . active in baseball . , . chiet aim is to be a very successtul business tycoon . . . with his pleasant temperament he should go tar. DOROTHY GOEDEKE "Dot" . . . blonde hair and blue eyes . . . tall, triendly . . . 'Iaithtul member at the Library Club and the Science Club . . . hopes to travel around the world some day . . . will make a good secretary. MARTIN GOLDSTEIN "Marty" . . . good-natured and likeable . . . enioys collecting records and coins . . . member ot the cross country team , . . loyal 45.0. supe porter , . . he's bound to make triends where- ever he goes . . . will make an excellent accountant. jNr""' 73 Most Athletic-Gail Remsen and George Emma LEROY GANTT "Billy" . . . pleasant . . . amiable disposition . , . a dependable triend . . , drawing is his tavorite hobby . . . will excel at cabinet-making because ot his artistic ability and great interest . , . he is bound to be a success. CAROLE GEEKIE "Dimples" . . . intectious smile . . . tull ot tun . . . member ot the Library Club and the F.t-l.A ,.., likes swimming and boating . . . member ot the Girls' Chorus . . . hard-working member ot the Red Cross . . , will be a capable nurse. ALVIN GRALE "Judge" . . . always ready with a triendly smile . . . among his pastimes are tennis, bowl- ing, basketball, and working around his car , . . goal is to start his own business some day. PATRICIA GREEN "Pat" . . . active participant in girls' sports . . , G.O. representative ot GAA .... pleasing smile . . . homeroom manager in iuniar year . . . enioys horseback riding . . , wants to have a theatrical career. it t 5' F it ri fr. ,if MARGARET GRIMM "Margie" . . . geniality is one ot her most prominent virtues . . . enioys those hours at Mineola Skating Rink . , . staunch supporter ot 6.0 ..., right now, her ambition is to own a blue Ford. ROSALIND GRODD "Razzle" . . , qu-iet. reserved, but can mix with any crowd . . . always ready to lend a helping hand . . . has high hopes ot touring the world . . . will make an attractive, etticient secretary. LOIS GUADAGNO Petite . . . reliable pal . . . came to F.H.S. in '53 trom Brooklyn . . . 6.0. supporter . . . spends spare time swimming, dancing, and bowling . . . hopes to be a good private secretary. VIVIAN HALL Pleasant, sweet personality , . . enioys dancing and singing . . . possesses a large collection ot scrap books . . , her helptul disposition will be a great asset in attaining her goal to be a practical nurse. ity.. K, ,.Lt, 5, I DOROTHY HEMBACH "Darth" . . . cheertul and tun-loving . . . likes to read and go to movies . . . active in both the Library Club and the Science Club . . . her ambition is to go to Farmingdale and become a dental hygienist. FAY HENWOOD "Hennie" , . . a good triend, tun-loving . , . likes to swim, dance, and ice skate , . . enioys playing hockey, basketball, and volleyball . . . a January graduate . . . looks torward to graduating and later being happily married. Best Dressed-Mary Lou Dutty and David Kirby tt? li JOSEPH HOLUB "Joe" . . . triendly and sincere . . . good student , . . Chaminade High School's kind contribution . . . likes all sports, especially taotball . . . hobby is model building . . . aims to become a good electrician and re-wire the Empire State building. JANE HOPKINS "Happy" . . . one ot our peppiest cheerleaders . . . our social butterfly . . . Social Secretary ot 6.0 .... volleyball player . . . Flasl-tingS reporter . . . member at Senior Prom Com- mittee . . . plans to be a teacher. B R UIC E H EAG N EY Q 4 itil 4 " in ff it iff"-'L If Q K ,1 Kgje. Jw A l it me t, I We 1 CHARLES HALPERN "Chuck" . . . quiet. reserved, and easy-going . . . great asset to any basketball team . . . whiles away his time by playing billiards . , . ambition is to graduate tram college in the year l959. RICHARD HANLEY "Cat" . . , handsome blonde . . . anything tor a laugh . . . gitt ot' natural humor . . . likes sports, painting, and music in any torm . . . likes people. especially girls . . . has hundreds ot records in his collection , . , will be an excellent commercial artist. ROBERT HILL "Duke" . . . one to remember , . . handsome blonde . . . likes music and excitement . . . does lots ot swimming and plays basketball . . . loyal GJO. member tor tour years . . . Student Leader Corps . . . wants to become a physical education instructor. AUDREY HINES "Sis" . . . sweet, triendly . . . collects miniature dolls and goes horseback riding . , . member ot the Girls' Chorus and Mixed Chorus . . . ambition is to go to l.B.M. School and eventually to become happily married. JOSEPH INGBER "Joe" . . . the teachers' greatest competition tor the tloor . . . timely retort tor every oc- casion . . . intelligent and witty . . . well- equipped with a powertul tennis arm and a competent chess mind , , . hopes to retire at twenty-tive. MICHAEL INTRILIGATOR "Gator" . . , well known tor his "intellectualism" . . . the newest clothes are his standard . . . scientitically inclined . . . chess is one ot his diversions . . . original wit . . . gitted "mobile" maker . . . will not tail in any venture he pursues. EQEH "Space" . . . nickname derived from his height . . . his hobby is practicing tirst and . . . assistant manager ot the Varsity Shop would like to become a professional dancer. , member ot the Freeport Fire Department.. 0. i ' gawk. yvsxii FAC-Ice-f-194 Q to-i f 'Orbit CAROLE HECKER Dark.hair and eyes . , . nice smile , . , crazy about horses . . . loves to swim . . . plays both the piano and the guitar . . . collects hillbilly records . . . active Girls' Chorus member . . . wants to be a college graduate. RICHARD HIRTLER "Rich" . . . nice guy , , . polite and thoughttul ot others . . . long legs built tar high jumping at which he is proticient on the track team . . . senior homeroom manager . . . aims at being a mechanical engineer. HOWARD HOCHMAN "Howie" . . .always in the swing ot things . . . good-notured , , . congenial . . . a real whiz at fixing cars . . . sports enthusiast who is particularly tond ot wrestling. tootball. and bowling . , . atter college he plans to become a doctor. LILLIAN JACKSON Friendly . . . sports-minded . . . captivating personality . . , participated in volleyball, sott- ball, and basketball . . . hopes to take her place in the business world as a secretary . . . her triendly disposition will insure her success. CAROLYN JACOBS " arol" . . . Andrew Jackson High's contribu- on to F,H.S .... tinds great pleasure in draw- ng and in l' rseback riding . . . her 'Friendly di qosit make her one ot the best nurses. .. -' JP' .gigs sg PT axis? 5 if Q .si THEODORE JAFFE "Teddy" . . . goes hand in hand with friendlie ness and helpfulness . . . always at your service . . . excellent swimmer and singer . active in tennis and wrestling . , . contributes to Mixed Chorus , , . the business field offers a bright future. EDMUND JANKE "Eddie" . . . friendly and easy-going . . , has the ability to liven up any class . . . lilres boats and fishing . . . an avid automobile enthusiast . . . hopes to earn his living at landscaping after graduation. JUDI JOHNSON Sfrilring, long, blonde hair . . . fall girl . tranquil voice . . , reliable reporter Flasl-lingS . . , has a mania for horses . Oh lilres roller slcafing . . , member of Courtesy and Senior Assembly Committees . . . to a medical secretary is her aspiration. RITA JOYCE be Hiclcsville's loss is Freeport's gain . . . attractive . . , pleasant company . . . always dressed in the latest fashion . . , active in hoclcey and archery . , . as a future nurse she will malre many patients happy. DAVID KIRBY "The Viper" . . . tall, darlr, and handsome . . . King of the Junior Prom and "A Night ln Hawaii" . . . digs the iive tall: . . , enioys working on his Nash . . , basketball participant . . . looking forward to his freshman year in college, JACQUELINE KOCH "Jackie" . . . ever-popular . . . radiant per- sonality . . . Oh, those brown eyes . . . loves all sporfs . . , indispensable member FlasHingS and Assembly Committee . remember those fabulous parties . . . vivacious personality will talre her far. of her 5 ' Jltwjpfgff. W v DENISE JAWOROWSKI "Dennie" . . , a favorite with everyone , . , exceptionally active participant in girls' sports . . . on the Honor Teams in badminton and softball . . , Red Cross representative . . . her desire is to become a commercial artist. CAROL JENKINS "Debbie" . . . friendly and warm personality . . , eager Earl Bosfic record collector . , . shines in hockey, volleyball, basketball, and baseball . . .charms us all in Chorus ...hopes to succeed as an interior decorator. -'siifflli aff " - w:,gL?'rif4,'1,tf2flzsihfxkg Nfl.-,,lgirv.: "'- -' Vgesiff g,firi,i:,s,i11iiis. i-i..-i-.riffs -1,-ir li fffidlfi1'1i"13m'i" ' . if f52i5i'GItl. "'l , ,,,s 5 ,y,. , r,g ,,.,, ,.,, , , zj:,,fii.5r v i i 'ii 1,3 YW as the s'4r-52-f A is ,www W' Hlillli rf' E, .llek 1 ff ri Q swf?-rr 'Q W L fiaiezzgf-sa iff 4- ' 5555? BARBARA KOPPER "Bobbi" . . . cute, friendly, personable . . . long chestnut tresses . . . ambitious . . . lots of fun . . . lilies to sew and cook . . . wants to worlc af rehabilitating the handicapped in a home for the blind. MARGARET KOTOVITCH "Maggie" . . . beautiful red hair . . . fair slcin . . . has a mania for the color green . . . quiet, charming personality . . . Senior Honor Society secretary . . . will make an under- standing elementary school feacher. all DENIS JERRAM "Wease" . . . an amiable personality behind that freckled face . . . enthusiastic about monkeying around with cars , runs for F.H.S. on its track and cross country teams . . . aspires to be an engineer. DIANNE JOHNSON "Muffin" . . . witty. lots of fun . . . anything for a laugh . , . homeroom manager during freshman year . . . added her talent to the Senior Play Poster Committee . . , enioys sketching and painting . . , hopes to become a commercial designer. ALICE KARPIE "Allie" . . . commuter from Seaford . . . statuesque brunette . . . quiet but sparkling personality , . . carried flag in Senior Band for two years . . , staunch supporter of G-.O. , . . oil painting is her diversion . . . adroit artist for '55 yearbook . . . any field will be honored by her presence. JOEL KASOF "Joe" . . . quiet, serious, and industrious . . . raphy, and baseball . . . enioys both popular dark wavy hair . . . likes tropical fish, photog4 fd and classical music . . . intends to study music at Juilliard after graduation . . . he will some day be an accomplished accordionist. JULES KRAMER Likes to bowl and to hunt . . . a baseball and basketball enthusiast . . , spends much of his spare time driving his car . . . hopes to further his education after graduation from high school . . , we wish him success in his future life. PATRICIA LACY "Pat" . . . petite and cute . . . quiet, affable . . . makes a good, staunch friend . . . sparkling brown eyes . . . Red Cross worker . . . ambition is to be a homemaker and raise a family of a dozen children, Class Wits and Most Talented-Pauline West and Richard Avazian ft fl .,, .. I A i f 3 it A A I I -eff ' f 'Q it I' I J PATRICIA KENNEDY Yr 'M "Patti" . . . real cute blonde . , . noted for ij her earrings . . , active member of Senior , Assembly Committee . . , talented in dramatics L f I I . . . sports enthusiast . . . participates in XA f archery and bowling . . . ambition is to finish , college with flying colors. L kj NICHOLAS IcIMIaIs Q , "Nick" . . . always game for a good time . . . I X terrific sense of humor . . , twinkling blue eyes x I I . is LJ I I . . . seems quiet until you know him well . . . Farmingdale will make an expert machinist out of him. EDMUND LEE "Eddie" . . , hobbies are taking it easy and listening to the radio . . . interested in most sports . . . likes cars . . . his ambition is to graduate from high school . . . he will succeed in any field he enters. EMMA LEE .WPI if I 77 silt!- ,ark CA,- iA'i- LI 'JAMJ' "Muffin" . . . reserved . . . honor team member of all girls' sports . . , our star in basketball . . . hard-working and cooperative . . . loves to play gin rummy . , . would like to become a sports director. it W . 'li l i fe ..,, , ws.. 'I V Q , . Q? , ef fe He, -Q tt- W .2 1. sr M l JENNIE LEE fx "Mickey" . . . friendly . . . lots of fun . . . , star guard in basketball . . . outstanding ' participant in hockey, volleyball, basketball, and softball . . . lends her voice to Mixed and Girls' Choruses . . . ambition is to become a nurse. FRAN KLIN LERN ER "Frank" . . , a real gone guy . . . born comedian . . . affects a bopster hat atop his red locks . , . well known for his column in Flasl-lingS . . . his knowledge ranges from music to atom bombs . . . bound to go far. ' 4 S MICHAEL LONG "Mike" . . . a quiet and reserved personality . . . possessor of ci mathematical mind . . . member of the Science Club and the Slide Rule Club . . . we hope with him that his ambition of finishing college will become a reality . PATRICK LOONAM "Tennessee" . . . full of irish wit and humor , . . hobbies are swimming, fishing. and girls , , , maybe the salt water at Jones Beach got under his skin last summer, for he wants to ioin the Navy. Best Figure-Leo Fernandez and Loretta Feile s?D W J F , s A K fi . if It ts X gg! sr " ' Simhg w ,Nw - - 2 M 4" e ,4 4-.War W P M 3 ,s MARGARET ROSE LEVIN "Midge" , . . an unusual combination of charm and personality . . , her password is a radiant smile . . . active member of girls' sports, P.A. Staff, and Assembly Committee . . . lively Senior Band twirler . . . future lies ahead in the art field. ISABEL LEVITT "lsie" . . . tall and stately . . . pleasing voice and pleasing figure , . . delights in eating chocolate cream pie . . . active member of Girls' Chorus . . . future lies in the teaching profession. . my g I 757, A.,, I , Kwai!! ANGELA MAIDA "Angel" . . , dark. flashing eyes . . . easy to get along with . . . likes to ride in convertibles, draw, swim, and dance . . . National Junior Honor Society member . , . hopes to become a successful fashion designer. CAROL MAIKISCH Quiet and attractive . . . sweet personality . . very active in sports . , . hard working Typing Editor of the Voyageur staff . . . enioys sewing, swimming, and dancing . . . member of the Senior Honor Society . . . ambition is to attend Comptometer School. JILL'LEVY A whiz on the dance tloor . . . laden with personalityland sophistication , . . enioys swimming and ice-skating . . . Senior Band twirler . . . Jil-l's natural ability will help her to the musical comedy stage. ROBERT LEWIS "Lou" . . . easy to get along with . . . always keeps his triends laughing . . . lends his bright smile to the Varsity Shop Stott . . . interests include baseball and cars . , . one day he will be a tine television technician . JOAN MARIE LYNCH Sweet tempered . . . personable and reliable . . . quiet . . . expert with a needle and thread . . . collects stamps and post cards . . . likes reading and music . , , will make a good lab technician. SALLY ANN LYNCH "Sal" . . . soft-spoken . . . sincere ond ambitious . . . talent tor art and sewing . . . likes all sports. especially ice skating and swim- ming . . . hopes to become a secretary or a receptionist. PETER MAKOWSKI "Pete" . . . handsome . . . tamous tor his stylish clothes . , . likeable . . . always has a triendly smile . . . boats and machines hold his interest . . . participates in cross country and IFGCIK . . . member of Senior Honor Society . . . has his eye on an engineering career. CATHERINE MARSICO "Cathy" . . . a wondertul combination ot triendliness and tun . . . contagious laughter . one ot our six Miss Arnold Constable finalists . . . hopes to hit the "big town" as a private secretary. yy WWE rp eg 1 S. f . we f ,elm , - . s . air' rf 59 ., ,. .A its i,.,'.i,ii 'S .5 sw B P 2 fl! tt v Q t A. jg. ,ff I ff' 1 if I ,. . X f fl - r 3141.2 fg :.:...::... it ' -fi f Y N HoNY LITSCH 0 Vg Y A X A T I N., Q . 'A Hi "Tony" . . . muscles well-developed by home I 5 U 4, l training . . . more than an amateur builder and f ,s I ' T i mechanic . . . spends many ot his spare hours ff' ,lv I ' on his car . . . his ambition is to be a A 5 .yf " I , college graduate, L, 1 , p ' ' N1 , MARTHA LONERGAN J 'Q Q "Marti" . . . tall and willowy . . , her sparkling smile is well-known . . . vivacious cheerleader . . . athletic . . . in all sports . . . popular with everyone . . , loves to knit argyles , . . will go tar in any tield. . A . il7f"" 'if Q J , I ,yn J . ,Q ' ,lr ' A " I iff. A f ifx j f ff' I f ' i r.l DAVID MAGNUS "Dave" . . , handsome redhead . . . triendly grin . . . loves that black Studebaker with the red seat covers . . . tavorite color is green . . . member ot the Senior Honor Society and Leader Corps . . . his friendly manner will lead him to success. CHARLES MAHONEY "Charlie" . . . agreeable, triendly . . . collects tropical tish as a hobby . , , a welcome transter trom Corona . . . would like to be another Rip Van Winkle and sleep tor twenty years. ANNE MATTHEWS "Duchess" . , . vivacious . , . tu-n loving . . . hobby-dancing . . . lends her voice to the chorus . . . worker in the Varsity Shop . . . her pleasing disposition will be an asset to her chosen field ot nursing. GENEVIEVE MAYS pr-. 79 "Tina" . . . sincere and earnest in all ways . . . always smiling . , ,warm personality. . .every- one likes her . . . is agile on a volleyball court . . . sings like a thrush in Chorus . . . will be a hairsetter tor celebrities. Q aff' hu' -else 2 'Er' -SPS J' r . .61 2 ' JOAN McALLlSTER "Mac's" zest for tun leads her to enioy iazz, speedy cars, and skating . . . pleasing per- sonality . . . the Chorus, Library Club, and F.H.A. hold her interests , . . will make an ,y J ij' JANE McCOUN etticient secretary someday. "Janie" . . . quiet, shy . . , an ardent Billy I1 f . May tan . . . roller skating and dancing are MARJONE MCCARTHY 2 ,, 'A ,I 1' J V her hobbies . . . member ot the Library Club "Margie" . . . great girl . . . witty and easy ' f - ' 1 I f '- " ' and the F.H.A .... wants to make a million to get along with , . . does lots of swimming J A- ' dollars selling pizza pies in Alaska. . . . her hobby is collecting popular records .5 ll I 1' . . . wants to get married and raise a family ' JOSEPH McGOEY of len Clnldren' 7 "Joe" . . . although considered shy, his triends tell ot a concealed sense of humor . . . member ot cross country team , , . we hope to see him on a tamous baseball diamond some day. l CAROLE ANN MCMURRAY "Whitey" . . . blonde hair and blue eyes . . . hobbies are roller skating, baking, and em- broidering . . , member ot Girls' Chorus . . . ambition is to do ottice work lor the telephone company. JOY MERCER "Joyous" . . . never at a loss tor words . . . one at the stars in girls' sports , . . petite and popular . . . excellent sense ot humor . . . helped make the Courtesy Corps and Assembly Committee successful . . . bound to succeed. STUART MOLLER "Stu" . . . tall, energetic, and likeable . . . spends his spare time doing art work . . . enioys fishing and working with mechanical obiects . , . ambition is to become a com- mercial artist. ANN MOLYN EAUX Polished personality . . . tull ot fun . , . clicks with any crowd . . . enioys swimming . , . likes meeting people and doing things . . . will make some lucky boss a wondertul secretary. 5 xiii' 5 .. ' f 'fini 2 K' ifiil? 1-2'-.'w211Y. :g,,-Leary? , 1 ,,-, V f,-Tales mega' q ll' . 2: 3, x f asf, 1,3 I ,. 2 s Q fy., twig? Q ws! 5 ,qs J. s f if ,Q x "And curly ANDREW MONESTERE y" . . . a rough, tough hombre with black hair . . . a swell guy . . . indispensable member ot the football team . . , strong loyalty tor school and triends . . . his ambition is to "Pat' ot th air ll fi? Eff. ,, .., W KE., make lots ot money tast. PATRICIA MOORE ' . . . cute, blonde . . . nice to be with came to F.l'-'l.5. in iunior year from Queen e Rosary Academy . , . likes roller skating ne hostess atter graduation f ' .HJ-' -Q. fx and riding in speed boats . . . hopes to be an Qgifgll T .-i.e i 49 ff-f lisekfil 'tiff m ' '57 fc' " JEE.'551.:f." -' f le m , M J . :ea A 1- 1 A .rg - ,- f 5,1 ns slim ie N get W S we fw ,W A.. , sms ,, f ,ek 72 ,, M X ,T sf ,ps on A , Q gr' 1? " xi- .H X J ... if Q i..'t '5' i sq. . Y 4, X A ... ..,. 1. ,. . we " Q'ftii'l5'f'lQ THOMAS McG RATH "Tom" . . . tall, blonde, and handsome . . . flattering ladies' man . . . faithful football player . . . infectious and friendly grin , . . will have a good time accomplishing his ambi- tion to graduate from college. DORIS McKELVEY "Dee" . , . full of pep . . . enthusiastic . . . never a dull moment when she's around . . . volleyball, dancing, and playing solitaire are among her spare time interests . . , plans to have a successful career as a bookkeeper. DONALD MICKAS "Mick" . . . carefree . . . friendly . . . easy to get along with . . . has an interest in industry . . . would like to lead a life of ease surrounded by money, cars, and girls, but then what fellow wauldnlt? ROBERT MIFSUD "Bob" , . . although quiet, underneath he is a swell fellow, or so the boys tell us . . . de nd I3 and capable . . . lik s cars and fi di out they work . . . our ildren ill MPX S 's kk A . of NQIS' tt tx I is it Q ERA MOOR "Terry" . . . cheerful disposit n , . . always well-dressed . . . her musical talents have made her a capable chorus member . . . enioys swim- ming . . . ambition to be a music teacher and a wonderful wife for some lucky man. EDWARD MORTIMER " "Big Ed" . . . dark and pleasant tempered . . . main hobbies are records, dancing, and girls . . . an ardent tennis enthusiast . . , strong G.O. supporter . . . looking forward to his first year at college. "' Outstanding Personality--Paula Mwifa DG. George Emma ,J ff- S9 f WXXXXPD 1 Lf- ,X 5 S 'VV fs V i G 4 2 K A, -N v fkadf CA awxg ,lwiy W L .al Y I It ey, if If Xylifis hifi, U. . ,, 0 ll it fi 6 SK hi 5 it ,I ig. M ---.,. , ROBERT MILFORD, JR. "Bob" . . . commutes from Roosevelt , . . was the baritone player in Senior Band for two years . . . also helped the Band as a manager . . . sociable smile . . . friendly wit , . . hopes to drive a tractor on his own farm. GAIDE MILLER A V' Tall, good-looking . . . excellent dancer . . . f good voice . . , rhythm and music run in the A family . , , participates in the Chess and Tennis fi ff Qlubs . . . has a taste for travel . . . wants to ,f . 'V I f the world . Adclsee more o . " 5 Q 4250? MAUREEN MowoY ' ' "Pee Wee" . . . petite and cute . . . friendly to all . , . member of the Senior Assembly 511,-,PX Committee . . . likes to knit, workin the garden, M and collect post cords . . . hopes to become a secretary someday, ' EDWARD MULDOWNEY I fyfff 'I 7' "Moe" , , . friendl disposition . . . alwa s ff 1 Y Y ' yn., Qt' ready with a clever remark . , . ardent sup- !,,. 'J , porter of the G.O .... intends to have a ' Vyvdf good time for himself in life . . . is firmly , :I ,X ,J determined to be a bachelor, but who knows? 'V yxpf i M .i., I .-..,-, ,sf I L ,Qi-Jia? 410' 'J - ssces gg ' - . its i -e" 5 -s X " I 3 i Q - -- :Q ecie f-f , ,iv it 81 '- -I Aggv . vyglgg s eiis e I it t .,i 2 ,.,- .-.. 2, .1 A JOHN MULLER Moe a ...blonde...handsome,.. , wwf Y Q lVV 9 A f y ,, V r f V E 9 l DJ ' il 'U' ,su , it " " + ll fi jd At - a real eye catcher . , . likeable . . . loves those iazz records . , . can usually be tound tishing . . . tootball enthusiast . . . girls rate high with him . . . atter college, thoughts turn toward engineering. PAU LA M UNKELT Scintillating . . . vivacious . , . winning smile . . . honor student . . . vice-president ot G.O. . . . Junior Prom Committee . . . active in badminton, volleyball, basketball, sottboll, and archery , . . treasurer ot GAA .... club editor ot Voyageur . . . ambition is to become o psychologist. Q, .64 , HOWARD MUNRO "Howie" . . . tall and handsome . , , pleasant personality and time mind . . . letterman in , bowling . . . a whiz at tennis . . , participant in the Senior Play . . . member ot the Senior Honor Society . , , ambition is to tollow in his tother's footsteps and become o doctor. BARBARA M URDOCK "Bobbie" . , . blessed with flaming red hair . . . quiet and unobtrusive , . . on asset to 4 - ' the F.H.A ..., a good swimmer , , . loves '.,.,Q'. to travel . . . hopes to become a successful Lt secretary. av, sg, ts, ALAN NEUSCHATZ V-'M CW "Al" . . , dark . . . medium height . , , cracker- iack history student . . . speaks the King's English . . . always keeps his triends in a good mood . . . ambition is to become President ot the U. S. so that he can write his memoirs. RICHARD NOLL "Dick" . . . attable smile . , . nice blonde hair . . philatelist . . . student leader in gym . . . first cornet player in the Band . . . Band Executive President . . , supports the 6.0. consistantly . . . trock team . . . aims to be a protessional musician. Nicest Smiles-Janet Southorcl and Alon Olsen JERRY PAOLILLO pleasing personality . . . tall and dark . , . likes boats, swimming, and hunting denizens ot the deep , . . one ot the Seatord boys , . . successtul tuture insured by his honest and hard-working manner. THOMAS PARAS "Tom" . . . dark curly hair . . . easy to get along with . . . buoyant personality . . . please ing smile . . , Tom is also a very neat dresser . . . his easy-going manner will surely leod him on to success in any field he intends to enter. it '- .'.,' ff R . . .u,, ,. .,.., A V M , .. 1 fff1fz1s,-1s.- 7 ,rg I . V3 , uf - ' lf-5 fr' 'bw -- . .rs vslf N1 2 Ei X 1" rr ,, 1 ,iw EK . . .. is f iimifsiiiv - ' -1 . 'ivmfrs'-,sf. if -M1 -L+' . i:.g:1'3'z5 5 isis fb at h ' ,C . I ...AN Q. -- A .., Ft CHARLES NATHAN "Charlie" . . . dark, curly hair . . . he's the good-looking senior who drives around in a Buick . . . member ot cross country and track teams . . . sports enthusiastv. . . likes swim- ming, hunting, and tishing . . . plans to attend college. ROSEANN NEARY "Rosie" . . . oh, those big brown eyes . . . sweet and gracious . . . tun to be with . , . transferred to F.H.S. trom St. Agnes in her iunior year . . . pleasant personality . . . she will be well-remembered at F.I"I.S. CATHERINE OLINGER "Cathie" . . . from upstate New York . . . very active in Dansville High . . . sparkling accent . . . member ot Girls' Chorus . . . likes reading, dancing, and riding in convertibles . , . hopes to be a high school teacher someday. ALAN OLSEN "The Ole" . . . outstanding Varsity tootball end . , . also stars in lacrosse . . . handsome and blonde . . . enioys hunting with the boys . . . broad smile tor all . , . his good looks and triendly personality will make him a success. MILDRED PEARSALL "Mille" . . . quiet. . . shy . . . reserved . . . a true friend indeed . . . commutes 'I-rom Seaford . . . a whiz at creating concoctions in the kitchen . . . will make some lucky boss an etticient secretary. ANGELA PEROTTO "Shorty" . . . tull ot lite . . , beaming smile . . . enioys her secretarial courses , . . member ot the Senior Red Cross . . . enioys looting, watching television, and listening to popular music . . . will make an etticient and attractive Secretary. m'i"f"' emvenk MA Q' ii i I" 3315, ' so - eww. ' I . sexi 'W9f5Gff.455:Y"" 5 ,. 'f x.4ss.i,5,:g 1- . s -9 efsegs. Fifi? -Fw? , ' D3 f ft-afg...gss,,'e - - - - . ,ak ......,.,,....., , .N . .. X ww. , Qs -- '-1" .wwf ws" '. - i ' st . ' q Q55 if . ' L tfe1essgg55Q f - r its ' , mast f 'f -1 ff . -j f . 7 Q-get I :fs WW I, 1, i -4 I1 as 4 ,.,. s S f 152253 so 35 ' sm ' if Sc 95513 s t 1 5' 4 ' I .5 'f' 1 3 J 3 I4 .M M I 1, gg .55 nt, i i h 'ff .sg lr V it ' sag em t ., 'I 15, ,E rs ,t rf ug J., x ii , l 'is s E, -3 wif , f I fm , T5 s . t i hI1141a L 1 rl t ,, 2 . x, gg ' I 3' .,,,: .is 5. ,Tr 1 . s . , GEORGE NELSON Congenial , . . witty . . . pleasant manner . . . sports enthusiast when it comes to baseball and bowling . . .the tuture will tind him a baseball player or perhaps a businessman. LAURA NETHERCLIFT "Laurie" . . . triendly . . . will never let you down . . . o true outdoor sports girl . . . spends her spare time at swimming and tennis . , . her patient and enthusiastic nature will make her a wondertul swimming instructor. I ivf' . f, , . 5, I. 0 I bl rQw,fe1.55i45'P1si?e!g,f .imiEr::-.:iaaf..12-5.5.5 lv I ' 1 ' 6 I ,,! I L 3'i2?fF?ZS?ef?'34 4 y fx , r ' . -' I .w - V, .gs,, s,fizVg , A g, , s-,ft-K ,gr 5... , s -a g..-... RICHARD O'NEILL "Dick" . . . continental voice . . . gift trom Hightstown's Petty School to F.H.S. girls . . . owner ot the "coolest" M.G. in town , . . will sell every car or win every law case he attempts. JAMES PAKENHAM "Packie" . . . captain ot football team tor two years . . . tall with black hair and blue eyes . . . wrestling and lacrosse star , . . easy-going Irishman . . . ambition lies in the engineering world. BERNARD PHALEN "Bernie" . . . easy-going but quiet and serious . . . always triendly . , . hos a scientific mind . . . likes to swim, dive, and hunt . . . Otter graduation from F.H.S. he plans to make his career in electronics engineering. CYNTHIA PHILLIPS "Cinny" . . . always cheertul and smiling . . . a bright "hello" tor everyone . . . active in all sports Vice-President ot the G.A.A ,... GO ot the Honor Society . . . ot Voyageur . . . enioys hopes to attend 'f sis s I 0 1 r E, , gift 3 ti. fit '-"tithe t . . . .. ,-. -.I ::.. -. me , ,. 2,2 x if' H P it Y 1 , 5 ip: t :I of my M 1 ff 1 U 4 'X Q Q s 1' ' - f' , ytst 1 " it ' ,Q 1 1 i + , ' . .1.A---'V 392 ':::-" : 'i MILDRED PITT , Travels from Seaford . . . congenial person .1'V1 Q1 . . . pleasant to be with . , . participates in ,576 7 of " -e girls' sports . . , maioring in home economics 5 . . . hopes to be a hairdresser . . . sews for a CHARLES RAMSDEN li0bbY. 'lDuke" . . . always willing to help when asked . . . muscle-bound . . . noted for his unusual CLEVELAND PRATT af Lindy style . . . always in demand , . . loyal "Cleve" . . . carries his huge frame well . . . ' Sffhool 5jUPPO"ie' - - - GUIOYS l.'Xln9 42075 - - - affable . . . skillful center on football team , . . W'll de5'9" Spoff CWS for l"5 0CCU'PUl'0n- likes the Navy . , . throws the discus in track JOSEPH REED devotes much time to his '39 Chevvy . . . personality enloys building model air Wonls +0 be G meclmnlcol englneer' 4 "Joe" . . . easy to get along with . . . likeable rf 1, GAIL REMSEN Favorite with everyone . . . exhilarating per- sonality . , . distinctive in girls' sports . . . president of G.A.A .... class officer for four years . . . likes to play the uke and collect records . . . desires to be a medical secretary. LOIS RIGOULOT Never accused of being vociferous: however, she always knows the correct answer . . . active in both choruses . . . always there when you need her . . . one of FlasHingS' Editors . . . goal is to be an editor on an exclusive woman's magazine. TONI ROLAN Personality plus . . . follows her Dodgers avidly . . . sparkling smile . . . transfer from Staten Island . , . quick to adiust herself to F.H.S. . . , entertaining wit . , . likes photography . . . gifted seamstress . . , enjoys Spanish . . . will make a proficient bi-lingual secretary. RICHARD ROMAINE "Rich" . , . the real Nordic type . . . light blonde hair and blue eyes . , . interested in mechanics . . . he's quiet, but ambitious . . . hopes to become a pilot in the U. S. Air Force. planes and listening to popular records . . . fond of art and history . . . he will be an asset to any occupation he pursues . . . will be missed at F.H.S. E M . ie: 1 Z ie, R55 P Q MURIEL RU MSEY "Moo" . . . au-burn hair . . , very athletic . . . friendly smile . . . warm and congenial . , . transferred in her senior year from Baldwin H. S ..., neat dresser . . , will be a much sought-after secretary. DOLORES RUSSELL "Delli" . . . sincere and hard-working . . . petite. efficiency-plus Editor-in-Chief of Voy- ageur . . . Girls' State Representative . , . extremely active at F.l'l.S .... contributes to the clarinet section of the Band . , . she'll make a fine history teacher. few 'i-'frwsifsfifift453125555-???r 1 ig .ai2f,..'fsiag.g2:v5 g riifiit' .-f' "Vi, ii t 'I' if 252 a WW' . . ff X si in A R I S sufsdv, lu ,M K ,f is N Q, sg X 4 5 Wiffpyii if Q3 . its--is t 'V ge 1. . - a1:r.' .ftir s?'1sv:sp:2f?2HZg?i Ni fl F 35 r 5 ri Q 3 ' i 5:11 "' f ,. .,,.. is ...a.,.,, gf' . r t -2, 3- 5 -:W -. ' ..,:s..,,i: 84 KATHERINE REESE "Kathie" . . . attractive and tun-loving . , neat dresser . . . very active in sports member ot the Senior Courtesy Committee an expert at knitting . , . will make an excellent advertising display artist. RICHARD REILLY "Cyrano" . , . friendly disposition . . . fun- loving . . . a determined nature . . . shows his ,jl ...--f'y,,,, , 5-4444 ,, ' 1:1 gt ' 'CLJQ4 ,f-', M 1 . W-4 ' L, 'nf.4,,g,,4 4, if ,S "' Most School Spirit-Laura Cannon and George tine athletic ability in football, wrestling, and Emma lacrosse teams . . . member ot the Courtesy Committee . , . will attend college to study agriculture. RHODA RINGELHEIM Sweet and petite . . . triendly, talkative . . . industrious member ot the Library Club and the Senior Assembly Committee . . . an avid Yankee tan . . . will make an etticient book- keeper and accountant, ' . . J' " eeonee Rmeek f' f f L I , MJ! One ot the nicest guys around . . . president , , ' ' A 'ff ng, ,I ot class tor tour years . . . Senior Honor' fl ' I Jf' ' Society president . , . loves fishing, halt-hour fly "7-'J' HU M' periods . . . member ot cross country and track' . lg, 5 teams?..Vafpibgjo be an engineer. ,, ,Ni " ' IQ ' af' 7 v""'M f ',l!"5, ' ffyiv-fe . 1 -ji' 5"i'2'.,zf".t' A 'vit i"' EUGENE RYAN "Smiley" . . . master merry-maker with a yen tor Oldsmobiles . . . always on the get-up- and-go . . . active in football, wrestling, base- ball, and a member ot the Dance Committee . . . tuture lies in the field ot engineering. LUCAS RYDER "Luke" . . . likeable and triendly , . . easy to get along with . . . tollowlng industrial arts course . . . enioys duck hunting and tishing . . . will make tine contributions to the U. S. Navy. FRANK ROESSLER "Frank" . . . easy going . . , sandy brown hair . . . likes to listen to popular music . , . interest in business evidenced by work in the Varsity Shop . . . would like to become a certified public accountant. ALLAN ROKAW "Al" . . . quiet on the surface but warm- hearted underneath , . . is a very nautical tellow . . . likes power-boating and model building . , . he will make a great sailor tor "Uncle Sam." JAY SANBORN lntriguing eyes and handsome smile . , . mechanical ability plus , . . a regular guy . . . enioys basketball, football, and baseball . . . the career ot an electrical engineer appeals to him . , . will certainly carve his way to success. RICHARD SANDERS we EMM "Dick" . . . commuter tram Roosevelt . . . 'always a smile tor everyone . . . enioys listen- ing to iazz . . . up to the minute on sports news . . . plays basketball and baseball endlessly . . . aspires to be a physical education teacher. u5i"?iSiits': Xiu QQKG nmgzxyxggsagi 'Hr s-M2355 :tim S ..ii 2 4' :v i V ' ,sie , I' . .' Sitti - limi? ti .. iY ' i ii at S -, is 'i f xyrr I f + ' srs 5 O ii ii ALLEN SCHIFFMAN "Hollywood Al" . , . reticent but amiable . . . pleasing smile fhat odds a touch of warmfh . . . Samuel Tilden's contribution to F.H.S. . . . enioys sports . . , aims fo maior in agricul' ture af Farmingdale. V I DAVID SCHMIDT AML J ..DcVe.r , . . quiet and reserved . . . easy to . get along with . . . talented pianist . . , acfive A ff J member of 'the Mixed Chorus , . . raising ' 1 ff-'U-I tropical fish is his hobby . , . will become an iffy! M outstanding organisf. I fjflf' K JOELYN SINTON Petite . . . very pretty . . . popular and well- lilced by everyone . . . lilies swimming and horsebaclc riding . . . active participant in Girls' Chorus . . , artistic . . . hopes to become a secretary or an artist after leaving F.H.S. EDWARD SKELTON "Eddie" . . . affable fellow with a polite per- sonalify . . . spends his leisure time fishing . . . his executive air has made him one of fhe Varsify Shop's invaluable salesmen . . . desires to fake his stand in the business world, Best Sfudenf-Lois Rigoulof and George Ringer 86 rv g , r-rfifisff ' r :sv r r i ,, ' - fr r. 'irgrgfr fvfesfee -' , li is ' , if CAROL SCHRETZMAYER "Stretch" . , . tall and slim . . . one to remember . . . humorous disposifion . . . member of the Courtesy Committee . . , Red Cross member for fwo years . . . student leader . . . lilies driving and music . . . wants to enfer Kafherine Gibbs. ELEANORE SEGAL "Ellie" . . . charming and delighfful . . , has an infecfious laugh , . . member of Senior Honor Society . . . sports lake up much of her spare time . . . sports editor of Voyageur . . . loves dancing . , , lust the fype to malre a successful elemenfary school feacher. ffs5ifw Q ' . at f m hwisiftfo f it, se.vefsrif,y,,Eei . . x ' -- . wffigw ' ' ,r 1f,fff'?sle2f?g , r - 'C Q -1' . ' 4 . 'Q r - ig W , ' ffir' li31",.s1:,.5ifjQ1'3f,s I rr. t L , it A71-:LfifkfQg?P K f f . 1 ,, Q. ' 'GM' 15,1395 fi , :rs , s . gre. sg- 1- ga, ,s,,44y,. 'AWE-5 - RUFUS SMITH "Little Smitty" . . . tall, appealing to the opposite sex . , . gifted with a contagious smile . . . a sure sinlcer on the baslcefball courf . . . talent lies in fhe artistic world . . . plans to attend an art college, MARJORIE SONN "Cuddles" . . . cute . . . has a friendly manner . . . a capable Chorus member for four years . . . enioys roller slcating and bowling . . . career will be that of an airline sfewardess or a professional roller skater. A - 'I ' - 2' J Z 5 - 'E' sfgiQLZi'f. ,.1 . S1 f a. J ':1mf5,i ig T ,L , . U 2 A S ' ,tiff 'l A faeiwfri si ig , is L TW +3 Q 1 ,iw 4, V ws ks Mgiiiigfk 'isis .5 -gs i si if T wig 4 ,QM Qffelfffi if T ..,.Q, L, BARBARA SH EBAR 'i'Bunny" . . . a smile that lights up her face . . . dimples that cannot be suppressed . . . happy-go-lucky personality . . . enioys dancing DAVID SEYMOUR and riding in foreign cars . . . will definitely "Dee" . . . an engaging smile that adds a glow to a dark. handsome face . . . mention a car or a motorcycle and watch those eyes sparkle . . . efficient student leader . , . aims at a career in engineering. FRED SHAMASH Good-natured . . . taking a college entrance course . . . participated in the track team for - nu earn her M.R.S. THOMAS SINCLAIR "Saint" . . . good-looking , . . fun-loving . . . digs the latest iazz . . . a track and field Ietterman , . . spends spare time building muscles with weightsj.. . a future addition to the Air Fprce. si' X 4 J 01.10 iq L, two years . . . hopes to go to college after , 'L Q' ' if Lt" if. graduation from F.H.S. and take up Business ' A' . l 'pf' 1 JL' Administration. V1 , 's " ,lf Q 'A .. or 2 'diff - - 'JJ if" issi BETTY SMEVIK :I DJ ,P ' .. H my gi Alluring blonde hair . . . quiet and serene , h- ,Ji-T ttrss 1 A Auu- . . . goes out for girls' sports . . . senior home- lf, Q-f ' Q room manager for Room 200 . . . likes to swim R G' - f A . if ' ,V,.,. . . . hopes to teach second grade or become if ml' ' i t- T a nurse . . . her sunny disposition will win her -Pg ' ' Q iw many friends. S9 5,51 x t..i T "' 4 i J - iff DONALD SMITH 'N 'Q 74, f W T4 "Smitty" . . . amiable smile . . . wonderful V, x N' sense of humor , . . collects stamps. shirts, and , wb ff, FELICIA SMITH fish . . . indispensable member of Senior Band 9' se-4 L "L ' " U U ' bl 1 b 'fh . . . V-ice-President of Band Eaiecutive Council ng! 5 Q smilie. l . mgsazyzf Theoghinpvil. hilipilgflii ' - - hopes +0 become an Ufclmiecl- ' .N 9' S ipant in Girls' and Mixed Choruses , . . likes ff'-C 7' 921: music, sports. and dancing . . . wants to own ku 'X a bright yellow convertible. s T " Ca JN JOAN SMITH CARMELA SORRENTINO 5' 5'-LA "Butch" . . . bobbing pony tail . , . Vice- Gay and vivacious . . . radiates charm and 5- Presldenf of the F'H'A "" expresslve Smlle personality . . . beautiful clothes . . . always the life of the party . . . likes to talk and have a good time . . . will be an attractive recepi tionist in a glamorous office. ELAINE SOULE "Laine" . , . sparkling smile and magnetic personality . . . an avid sports enthusiast . . . enioys horseback riding . . , contributes her efforts to the FlasHingS Business Staff . . . a whiz on the badminton court . . . should make a patient and understanding nurse. '11 "'r J ri, fi: J ' :3 ':1',ismffsPv:f" 1 kj 1 'W - 'sf s or iiis if if-' T,g5iwsQi21Q 5? - fi' U 87 . . . friendly . , . was active in sports in freshman and sophomore years . . , likes to cook . , . wants to save and work for the "future." JANET SOUTHARD "Janie" . . . beautiful brunette . . . a cheer- leader for three years . . . sparkling smile . , . member of honor teams of all girls' sports . , . worked on Junior and Senior Prom Committees . . . will make an excellent physical education teacher. JAMES STEPHENS "Jimmy" . . . congenial personality . , . our new entrant from James Madison High School . . . spends time boating and water skiing . . . automobiles liven up Jimmy's day . . . aspires to become an auto mechanic. We .fy BARBARA STEWART - if , "Bobbie" . . . attractive and keen-minded . Masque and Wig Club member and Editor-in- Chief of Flasl-IingS . . , piano player . . . scientifically inclined . , . likes chess and paint- ing . . . Honor Society member . . , her ambition is to write another "6one With the Wind." DENNIS SULLIVAN "Dennis the Menace" . . .devilish . . . fascinat- ing eyes . . . active member of the band and its Executive Council . . , member of the Honor Society and the Science Club . , . likes to play the sax . . . wrestles . . . on track team . . . hopes to become an aeronautical engineer. s., , ' 1 4 ' ' , igelfzfz x '5f?jiQ.E,g5i1r rs' lift' f-. . ifiifffliitifgiilz " " '1er?1:s1sf-Mes' -1 ' Q S9':"72?"5i "z-.sis " 1, 'wi . V - A -fp A Effiwf9wf -- .:1:v:-sr. ,.:,s.4s,:.:-- - -f . :rf 151k-tail'-?Lit: 1 . Q . 'f In-li -we hm 2 .crew :LI '95 N tv - 1. :wt'?feg . -','. .' 1 w ' Q 4 H ,link as..ftAi3f'n cgffi- -' 3 . : ' ' ' ,, . - 1 . , . . ROY SULLO .. ni' '.. . f I Tiger" . . . handsome . . . full of fun . . . I 'kes all music, especially iazz . . . hobby is v inkering with cars . . . Student Leader Corps ,jx Jfin junior year . . . member of 6.0 .,.. hopes ts, f to become a good engineer. ,. .J 1 41,4 Af dy' ji A. CAROL sun-IERLAND 'Q "Suthie" . . . short and sweet . . . lots of fun J i 4 . . . indispensable clarinetist of F.H.S. band Q, 2, U sf' for four years . , . 6.0. member , . . likes Q ff classical and iazz music . . . ambition is to ' p ff' become a cashier in a shoe store. MARTIN TIEMANN 6ood-looking . . . wavy blonde hair . . . excellent sense of humor . . . participates in track and cross country . . . looks forward to a career as a chemical engineer or a dairy farmer. THOMAS TOLNAY "Chick" . . . peppy, animated . . . curly, blonde hair . . . lively blue eyes . . , congenial wit . . . amiable smile and contagious laugh . . . collects stamps for a hobby . . . likes gym- nastics . . . to be an electrician is his life's ambition. ARTH U R VAN RIPER "Artie" . . . likeable member of F.I-I.S. Band and Executive Council . . . faithful 6.0. sup- porter . . . likes model railroading and playing his clarinet . . . he hopes to go into partner- ship with dad after returning from the Navy. BRUCE VAN VORST "Dutch" . . . penetrating voice that denotes an intelligent personality . . . appealing to the feminine eye . . . wisely spends time con- structing and operating electronic apparatus . . , in the near future will become an elec- tronic technician. V t' as NANCY VERNON "Nan" , . . vivacious girl. cute figure . . . talented in sewing and makes the most of her clothes . . . exceptionally gifted dancer , . . would like to teach dancing and continue her career as a professional dancer. VIRGINIA VESELEY "6inny" . . . radiates personality . . . triendly and likeable . . . likes to sing, dance, and cook . . . hard-working member of the Senior Assembly Committee . . , will become a nurse or a teacher for some lucky kindergarten class. '- - 1- ,rx 5- fr., 'fs si ' f . , f . f ' " 'lf f"iif'5if 5-557:55 591455 -, s -' 1 - . . 'A f if: - ' W5 ., , 1 -. , .j S 32 ' lx g:-,rx ., ,. 5 - in 1 'S gf 3 ' , At ff .JJQ I lux - ii: if - KEITH THOMAS Blonde hair . . . friendly and well-liked . . . enioys boatsbuilding, water-skiing, and fishing . . . manager of the noon hour movie and dancing program . . . wants to become an electrical engineer. MARVIN THOMAS "Marv" . . . amiable , . , actively supports the News Service Staff and Senior Assembly Committee . . . loyal, hard-working president ot the Science Club . . , hobby is gardening . . . intends to become an authority in botany. LES TUCKER Reserved . . . amiable personality . , . a good friend . . . enioys football and baseball . . . spends much time tinkering around automobiles . . , interest lies in field ot auto mechanics . . . plans to attend a Long lsland college, VINCENT TUNSTALL "Vince" . . , dark and muscular . . . friendly grin lights up his face . . . his hobbies are hockey and swimming . . . a future Joe DiMaggio if one can iudge by his excellent record in high school baseball. Witt' CHARLES voer I WM "Charlie" . . . magnetic pers n i . . . . favorite with all . . , tall and dll . . ac ' ik s to repair radios and cars . . . w life own a Ford Thunderbird. FRANCES VOLZ "Tootsie" . . . blue eyes . . . neat and attrac- 1 tive . . . active member of the Senior Assembly x member of rifle team for four years 3 Committee . . . has an extensive wardrobe lj hopes some day to be the proud owner of a . red convertible . . . destined to become a In first-rote nurse. r ' A r-t-, .,,. ls'fs5fsfufzssfi1-f t 'f r vfrfre tmf!s5s'3'l ' -. ' ---- - To ' I -- , 89 Fun To Be With-Jackie Koch and Roger Walter SANDRA TURNER "Sandi" . . . easy on the eyes . . , terrific actress . . . transfer from Lincoln High in Brooklyn . , . a cheerleader there . . . Miss Arnold Constable from F.l-l.S .... likes animals. dancing, and modeling . . . wants to be an actress . . . will make an alluring one. ROBERT ULLIAN "Ule" . . . Varsity Football player . . . is remembered for his great parties . , , All-Star lacrosse player . . . his cor often doubled as a taxi for his friends . . . member of Courtesy Committee . . . broad grin and lively sense of humor. JAMES WALIS "Jimmy" . , . dark and good-looking . . . his broad grin and witty humor make him welcome everywhere . . . star in Varsity Baseball . . . sociable and cheerful . , , enioys all sports . . . wants to play professional baseball. WILLIAM WALSH "Irish" , . . freckled . . . red-head . . . agile on basketball court . . . always good for a laugh . , , pleasure to be with . . . Dance Committee member . . . homeroom manager in freshman and sophomore years . . , his congenial disposition will assure his success. I ROGER WALTERS "Keys" . . . fun-loving . . . happy-ga-lucky . . . one ot the boys . , , active in basketball and tootball . . . served on the Senior Courtesy Committee . , . plans to continue his education at the University ot South Carolina. JACQUELINE WATKINS "Jackie" . . . winning smile . . . triendly and helptul . . . enioys reading and playing tennis . . . well-liked by all who know her . . . tun to be with . . , will become an understanding, sympathetic nurse in some leading hospital. I 4 ---iw V-.zreff4?ii7 :iss .'-S.:-:fit . .V .i 'si M r , f i 1--L'Ft':sEf2 - , 1 .. hsstitii 'gg-,Y,,'s :' .--...J , k, ,Q-,gl . .V We se ,- . . .... 1 , . V. ,, , , 2 Q 1 JV' its 55 . 1 . ...itil-"w' ,. V Ji'-'fff,!':5k,":f if 'T i '51-ts . - - r ,e scigf- sz 1 - . - -- f . e 1 Q - ffftugsgge -sig.. , .H-f, ,. i -' -- .. . . 1.1 1- .. - s :sf iss ,-,i-,wfsQE.siz?Qf5 :s ' 'Mr' A- . .-' ff, , ANN LEE WINANS "Ann" . . . short, blonde . . . lots. ot tun . . . reliable , . . easy to get along with . . . art room ice-cream man . . . likes dancing, outdoor sports, and art . . . hopes to become a nu-rse. RICHARD WINTER "Rich" . . . handsome and well built . . . member at the Honor Society . . . bright star ot this year's cross country team . . . interested in stamp collecting and wrestling , . . ambition is to run the mile in tour minutes . . . hopes to become an engineer. KENNETH WORKMAN "Ken" . . . Brooklyn Technical High SchooI's triendly addition to F.H.S .... keen minded and quick-witted . . . a whiz at science . . . hobbies are photography and stamp collecting . . . hopes to attend Cornell or Lehigh and study engineering physics. PATRICIA WRANN "Pat" . . . the bluest at blue eyes . . . as sweet as they come . . . enioys a good book or a whirl at Mineola Skating Rink , . . will be a second Florence Nightingale. :f:.f4s1ggzfggz,u,yif.. 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Geraldine Sheenan 'Q I 5 f 3 frifsf n ' mt IF! tif 154 I J Qs F I 'Y Qu f A Q if f - , 7 to -r-i-an at 1525 , J kt! we Q is K ,s L, Q at Q I W QQ I 3144 xii? 5 PAU LINE WEST Pert Pauline . . . sparkling maiorette ot F.I-I.S. . . . a sure-tire merrymalcer . . . class otticer in her freshman and sophomore years , . . sense ot humor has won her many friends . . . ambition is to become an elementary school teacher. JANE WHITE "Jani" , , . trienclly and :Full ot zip . . . always ready with a smile . active partic- ipant in the Tennis Club . , . wonderful sense ot humor . . . hopes to make her future in the tield of merchandising or dental hygiene. MURIEL WHITE "Mu" . . . hard-working Literary Editor ot Voyageur . . . likes sports and dancing . . . deserves her place in the Senior Honor Society . . . a wizard on the piano . , . pianist tor the Girls' Chorus . . . hopes to become a research scientist. JOSEPH WHITNEY Quiet and triendly . . . athletic ability centers on bowling . . . also plays baseball . , . is a member ot U. S. Naval Reserve . . . to be a linotype operator is his goal . . . his congenial manner will secure him many friends, IN MEMORIAM NICHOLAS PITITTO 91 1, , I rlii Q' seii I , S'st ' K , , 7,03 5 3' Q9 'Q xx K xg, ',f. ,' , W- 5 v T s A wx, i 1 pf-55535 5 k :W f ,, Wwe 77254171- i""" "'. Mdpvmx wma QD acwjifwfgff-0-4,4420-5Qw43fl 4 ..- A -- f Ji- --,, ,...x, K N, Y .. h. 5 M M M fi? W E V? if fs V, Q3 na ws if 123 Q Xi 51 ii E 3 v 'M F? 5? nf sa? S W if ,-,. ag Y. ,, JY ig in 55? ii gf eq :li :H if af z 6 Q W ,ff Em we Q W S E is 54 5 , 'SS 9 fi ev mv. K s 45 3' gf 3 .2 is '51 SE if R A 5? ff Si Si W sm gi it , ,.,, ,V .,- , .M I if , xy yi 52 'L' V rf" K Q : ' '-', Qi ng, ?f f X, 3155 fgLf , 71 . X- H f 1, WY 'Q ,iii V w ,- VM 'Af gg? iii, I A. L A E,. 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Freeport High School - Voyageur Yearbook (Freeport, NY) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Page 1

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Freeport High School - Voyageur Yearbook (Freeport, NY) online yearbook collection, 1954 Edition, Page 1

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Freeport High School - Voyageur Yearbook (Freeport, NY) online yearbook collection, 1959 Edition, Page 1

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Freeport High School - Voyageur Yearbook (Freeport, NY) online yearbook collection, 1960 Edition, Page 1

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