Freeport High School - Voyageur Yearbook (Freeport, NY)
- Class of 1960
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Janus, the Roman God with
Two faces, looked both back-
ward and forward. This, in a
sense, is what we have at-
tempted to do in The i960
Voyageur. We are looking
back upon the old Freeport
High School in which we be-
gan the year and in which
Thirty-five classes before us
began Their senior years. We
are also looking forward,
forward to The newly-
completed senior high school
in which we are holding our
Senior Prom and from which
many classes To come will
This year has been a Trying
one for everyone connected
with Freeport High School.
We labored under The handi-
cap of split sessions and ex-
tremely over-crowded condi-
tions. Many a club never meT
in The same room Twice,
some were even forced To
gather on The fronf steps of
The high school. AT 8 o'clock
and aT l2:2O The locker
rooms were so crowded one
could hardly move.
Although The new building
was completed Too late To
make moving feasible, The
transition "from The old To
The new" was finally effected
in June. We held our Senior
Prom and Graduation Ban-
quet There and Thus became
the first class To utilize The
We hope That The mem-
bers of The senior class will
confinue To look forward
Throughout Their lives buf That
they will occasionally glance
back and recall fondly Their
years in Freeport High.
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Administration. . .
Activities. . . . . .
Sports .... . . .
Classes .... . . .
Seniors .... . . .
Advertisements. . .
WE WANT TO THANK . . .
Kathie Poulos for so generously giving her
time and eltort to our Yearbook. We wish
here to show our appreciation to her for
leading and advising us so skilltully
throughout the year. We know we could
never have done it alone.
Miss Mary Didas, one ot the few who stood
by us, tor her guidance and moral support
as well as tor her Technical assistance.
The T960 Voyageur Staff
Mrs. Fredericka Albert
Mrs. Albert, enjoying her favorite
ln sincere cippreciotion of the mony hours you have unselflshly devoted to previous
Voyogeur stotts, we cledicote this book to you, Mrs. Fredericko Albert.
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Mr. Hugh Erwin
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Freeport is very tortunote in its selection
of School Bocird members, tor they ore im-
bued with the ideols of high service to
public educotion ond o vision of o Hner
Freeport in o better tomorrow. Under the
most oble leodership of Mr. Leo F. Giblyn,
these men, Mr. Hugh Erwin, Mr. Chorles V.
Brody, Mr. Roy R. Gockley, ond Mr. Clifton
B. Smith, give freely of their time ond skill.
They have mointoined on unswerving de-
votion to the best interests ot Freeport boys
ond girls ond hove been the driving force
behind the successful completion of the new
Freeport Senior High School.
Mr. Leo F. Giblyn
Mr. Charles V. Brady Mr. Roy R. Gockley
Teamwork has been the keynote of this great
accomplishment. The Board of Education and the
Administration have spent countless hours on this
project with many groups in bringing it to fruition.
Citizens, representing Parent-Teacher organiza-
tions, civic and service clubs, patriotic groups and
others, met with the Board to help work out the
problem of acquiring the type of high school
facilities that would best serve this community.
Wide vistas of high school curriculum planning
are opened by the new high school. The Board of
Education believes that a new era of achievement
will be reached in scholastic accomplishments, in
character building, and in citizenship training. All
the facilities in the way of laboratory, library, and
special activity areas are provided to meet the
new and higher standards of education.
Dr. John W. Dodd, recognized throughout the
state as an outstanding educator, is a respected
and active community leader. First and foremost,
however, his interest is always the activity, prog-
ress, and welfare of Freeport's students. Under
his leadership Freeport High School has main-
tained a high scholastic record. l-le is also an en-
thusiastic supporter of all student organizations.
Freeport is to be envied in having such able
and forward-looking men leading its school sys-
tem, men who believe that there is no investment
so important nor so productive as the investment
in the education of our future citizens. Freeport
High School has had. a great past, with increased
facilities it will have an even greater future.
Mr. Clifton B. Smith
Dr. John W. Dodd
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ADMINISTRATICN AND GUIDANCE
During our senior year we seem to have tound aur-
selves beating a path to the guidance office door. We
received help in selecting colleges, choosing a program
to prepare for a career after graduation, or overcoming
scholastic difticulties. Each one of us knows how valua-
ble such guidance is.
This year an outstanding program was the broaden-
ing of the enriched courses in English, mathematics, so-
cial studies, and science, and the guidance counselors
have done an admirable iob setting it up and co-
ordinating it with the varying abilities at each student.
The educational philosophy prompting this program was
that the superior student had the right to learn as much
as his potential indicated and that the opportunity for
him to do so should be provided through homogeneous
grouping and courses of scope, depth, and enriched
content. ln this field Freeport kept pace with and pos-
sibly surpassed other high schools on the Island. Those
who have benefited from it should be grateful tor this
Although we have emphasized the services the Guid-
ance Department has given Seniors, it must be mentioned
that their valuable assistance is extended equally to stu-
dents in all other grades in educational, vocational, and
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Miss Mary Didas
Mr. Henry Putt Mr, Robert Miller
Miss Alice Davis
Mr, George Coupe Miss Mary Lefes
Mr. Foster H. Hott
Miss Mary Barlow
FIRST ROW, L. fo R: Mrs. Fredericka Albert, Miss
S. Ann Beckley, Mrs. Mary Birgenfhcl. SECOND
ROW: Mr. Robert W. Blake, Mr. Wilmer A. Breed-
love, Miss Claudia Buckovitclw, Mr. Henry Burnett,
Miss Anne Esfock. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Shirley Fis-
chel, Mrs. Dolores Hegmcznn, Mrs. Rosamond .la-
vorsky, Mr. Brooks K. Johnson, Miss Emelyn
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Mr. David S. Pike. SECOND ROW: Mr. Albert Renken, Mrs. Phebe Schilling, Miss Velne-he Sickels, Mrs
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FIRST ROW, L. To R: Miss Esther
Brown, Mr. Nunzlo Cozzerrc.
SECOND ROW: Mr. John B.
Franklin. Miss Consfonce Gron-
enberg, Mr. Raymond B. Kelly,
Miss Arlene Murphy, Mrs.
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Miss Doris Nickerson
FIRST ROW, L. to R.: Miss Vivian Bird, Miss Eliza-
beth Ciowes, Mr. Walter F. Cook, Mrs. Barbara
B. Cramer, Mrg James D. Crisafulli, Miss Margaret
Elsiad. SECOND ROW: Mr. Walter S. Joy, Mr.
A Waiter Kennedy, Mr.'Nathaniel l. Levin, Miss Ruth.
More, Mr. Joseph Pollard, Mr. Randal Powell.
THlRD ROW: Mr. Richard C. Reed, Miss Ellen
Simpson, Miss Marcia Spelman, Mr. William Sul-
livan, Mr. Rudolph Valenfino. A
FIRST ROW, L. To R: Mr. Elwood Bickford, Mr. Donald F. Borgnine. SEC-
OND ROW: Mr. Donald Burns, Mr. Paul Jordan. THIRD ROW: Mr. Henry
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Mr. Henry M. Chemnifz
Nafferer, Mr. Ernest Newfon, Mr. Louis Pesca, Mr. Norman Passes, Mr.
James E. Spencer. FOURTH ROW: Mr, Robert G. Sfern, Mrs. Louise Stra-
vin, Mr. Robert Teich, Mr. Paul Walfing, Mr. Vincent Zuaro.
Mr. John B. Major
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Mrs.e Mary Dewing,1Mr. 'l.qv'reace Etkind,
Mrl. Robert LJEQ Halleran, eta M r,l Samuel Kap-
lan. SECOND-QROW: e Mia tfsandfa Jg Kasf,
Mr. William MeElray,fMr.f H.fJdmes'lMoni'g
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Miss ' Patricia Tewksbury, Miss -Mabel
White, Mrs. Edith Wqodcock, Miss Harriet
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FIRST ROW: Mr. Christopher Bellomore.
SECOND ROW, L. to R: Miss Marion J.
Coogen, Mr. Donald M. Costlow. THIRD
ROW: Miss Charlotte Huff, Mr. Walter
Lucas, Mrs. Lillian McNut't, Mr. Jimmie H.
Mr. W. Chapin Moger
FIRST ROW: Mr. Saul S. Beck. SECOND ROW,
L. to R: Miss Dorothy Clark, Mr. Winston Tut-
Health and Physical
Mr. John Augustine
TOP TO BOTTOM: Mr. John D. Jenk-
ins, Miss Jeanne Maxwell, Miss Mfr-
Mr. J. Maynard Wettlaufer
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' Miss Maud E. Constable
FIRST ROW: Mrs. Barbara Buley. SECOND
ROW, L. to R: Mr. Jack Merk, Miss Helen
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FIRST ROW, L. to R: Mrs. Zila Burns,
Miss Sue Damis. SECOND ROW:
Mrs. Joane M. Rhoads. THIRD ROW:
Miss Ethel Temple.
Miss Edith Waters
Mrs. Alma Rowley
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Mrs. Joyce Brown, Miss Betty Burke, Miss
Cecelia CcnfilliQ Miss. Joyce lDeVlin,iMrs,.
Sue Helfer. SECOND-fROWi. -Miss Joyce
Hermig, Mrs. Qlocn Hoclgdan, LLXLX M ade-
line Hechinger, .Mrs. Virginia Mifrhaiuierj
Mrs. Consfcnce Schilalf,'-Miss-ABelh1lSaui.re.
THIRD ROW: Mrs: Marie--mTroiano, AX.k
Margaret Ufz, Mrs. Ethel-V Van - Hoxiteng
Mrs. Catherine Waison,lfQMrsQ-Q Margaret
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Mr. Harry Bornscheur
' FIRST ROW: Mr. Nicholas Burleigh. SECOND ROW, L. to R Mr
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,, Philip Waring, Mr. Salvatore Valenti.
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FIRST ROW, L. to R: Mrs. Rose Dopolito, Mrs. Sophie
Dienso. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Helen Doyle, Mrs, Eliza-
beth Fennemo, Mrs. Jennie Schonfz.
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R, Woelfel, Mr. Southord, STANDING: Mr. Wettioufer, S. Poulos,
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STUDENT COUNCIL, FIRST ROW, L, to R: S. Study, B. Kried- mon, J. Uhl, S. Ifshin, R. Vogel, C. Lundstrom. THIRD ROW: A
mon, L. Anton, N. Berman, J. Helfond, H. Schwartz, C. Posnock, M, Bryant, B. Smith, V, Diehl, B, Woelfel, J. Ccrdone, S. Poulos.
M. Ingber. SECOND ROW: H. Gritmon, E. Voelker, M. Sheiter-
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Robert Woelfel Martha Bryant
Sophie Poulos Mr. John Maior
The General Organization, representing
the entire student body, has promoted the
general welfare and progress of Freeport
High. The GO. otticers, ably advised by
Mr. John Maior, have made this year one ot
the most outstanding yet. Ticket sales,
dances, another undefeated football sea-
son, Nassau League meetings, and G.O.
elections were among the numerous activi-
ties sponsored by the General Organiza-
tion. For the first time, G.O. holders have been able to obtain discount tickets
valid at all Century Theaters. Again the GO. held informal dances after bas-
ketball games and encouraged larger attendance at Wrestling matches.
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SR. HIGH HOMEROOM MANAGERS, FIRST ROW, L. to R: J
Friedman, N. Schaap, E, Davis, N. Berman, G, Holgren, A, Mc-
Lellan, K. Provenzano, C, Goldstein, B. Boriss, C. Bernstein, L.
Gartner, SECOND ROW: R. A, Smith, N. Panagakos, L. Young
E. Varmus, W. Jaworowski, D. DeCarion, T. Carroll, P. Lessler,
N, Tuthill, K, Joyce. THIRD ROW: H. Gritmon, J. Phillips, C.
Heller, P. Russell, K. Jarvis, V. Somers. FOURTH ROW: B. Ness,
B. Fink, B. Lutsk, A. Carillo, L. Mintz, S, Falk, J. Tuthill. FIFTH
ROW: B. Taylor, B, Lang, B. Ashley, L. Porter.
In this year as in every year, the homeroom man-
agers have played a most important role in the suc-
cess ot the General Organization. Under the super-
vision of Mr, John Major, with the help of the G.O.
othcers, the homeroom managers encouraged GO
JR. HIGH HOMEROOM MANAGERS, FIRST ROW, L. to R: A.
Schmidt, A. Becker, G. Sparling, S. Petrovets, A. Schanz, B.
Vorbeclc, A. Bronin, J. Reinhard. SECOND ROW: B. Weed, B.
Schoen, J. A. Gronim, Z. Kondratievs, P. Yekel, B. Lutsk, G.
Franklin, S. Henry, B. Edwards. THIRD ROW: D, Lieberman, S,
sales, collected payments during the fall, and dis-
tributed FlasHingS at the end of each month. The
General Organization would surely tail it it were
not for this important middle man - the homeroom
Ain, P. Edelman, J. McCrum, E, Bernstein, C. Cotter, R. Mac-
Dougall, L. Scheman. FOURTH ROW: C. Carswell, B. Zarchy, P.
Reinhard, R. A. Ringer, D. Kimmelman, C. Chirrick, C. Bishop,
J. Franklin, G. Gould.
FIRST ROW, L. to R: Sec, B. Lutsk, Vice-Pres. W. Jaworowski,
Pres. V. Diehl. SECOND ROW: N. Tuthill, A. McLellan, H. Wol-
lerstein, E. Varmus, P. Cook, M. Shebar, L. Miranda, J. Fairberg,
S, Poulos. THIRD ROW: J. Penney, H. Craddock, S. Pavlakis, E.
Holgren, P, Corrigan, C. Blanche, J. Verona, W. Fletcher.
The efforts of the Senior High Dance Committee,
headed by Val Diehl, Social Secretary of the GO.,
provided fun for all at the two G.O. Dances. Its
functions were to conceive original ideas for the
dances and provide decor, refreshments, music, en-
Decorating For Bali H'Ai
FOURTH ROW: S. Franklin, P. Russell, M. Phillips, K. Diesl, K.
Jarvis, M, Cleary, B. Taylor. FIFTH ROW: B. Ness, C. Biathrow,
D. DeCarion, S. Somers, B. Smith. SIXTH ROW: J. Erwin, M.
Berman, J. Turner, M. Ford, C. Berger, L. Porter.
tertainment, and publicity. Under the supervision and
complete cooperation of Mr. Nathaniel Levin and
Mr. John Franklin, the Dance Committee gave the stu-
dent body exceptional dances such as "Bali H'Ai,"
with its exotic atmosphere.
SEATED, L. to R: Adviser Miss Alice V. Davis, Sec.
Valerie Warm. STANDING: Pres. Warren Handel,
Vice-Pres. George Gould, Treas. Betsy Barasch. 82
The olticial emblem of the National Junior Honor plished but as a golden spur To urge him To greater
Society is the flaming Torch. All students who seek Q effort. In keeping with The emblem the motto is "Light
truth must light the torch ot knowledge. Each mem- is the Symbol of TruTh."
ber wears it not as a symbol of what he has accom-
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KNEELING, L. to R: V, Warm, B. Barasch, W. Handel, G. Gould. Weed, l. Garbo, J. Sigloin, N. Burghardt, G. Coleman, B. Ed-
STANDING: J. McCrum, R. Duda, L. Scheman, S. Harrison, B. wards, T. Field, C. Bishop, L. Lee, A. Klein.
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K Vkxh xg J SEATED, L. to R: G.O. Rep. Harriet Schwartz Pres
' ":.' 3 Harriet Wallerstein. STANDING: Sec. Carol Posnock
A if Vice-Pres. Bruce Lutsk, Treas. James Reis, Adviser Miss
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The emblem of this Society is the keystone and flaming torch.
The keystone bears at its base the letters C, S, L, and S, which
stand for the four cardinal principles of its organization: Char-
acter, Scholarship, Leadership, and Service. As the keystone is
placed by the builder to hold the perfect arch in perpetual sta-
bility, so the structure of our education must be held firm and
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true by the virtues represented in this symbol, The flaming torch
is the emblem of our purpose - to bear forward the searching
light of truth, to lead that others may follow in the light, and
to keep burning in our school a high ambition for the enduring
values of life.
FIRST ROW, L. to R: M. lngber, A. Friedlancl, E. Feinsilber, S
Gerzof, T. Arenella, P. Mucciolo, H. Wallerstein, J. Feinson, S
Schanz, S. Edwards, Adviser Miss Didas. SECOND ROW: S
Poulos, P. Russell, B. Miller, C. Heller, G. Falk, A. Lyke, B
Smith, H. Schwartz, V. Papacosma, C. Utz. THIRD ROW: B. Fur-
man, A. Hausfather, M, Cleary, A. Kellock, B. Woelfel, L. Devon
shire, B. McCrum, J. Alexander, C. Willus. FOURTH ROW: B
Lutsk, A. Carillo, C. Metz, M. Ranish, J. Reis, J. Uhl, S. lfshin
ENOT SHOWN: C. Posnock.
SECOND ROW: A. Ashley, D. Ciotti, B. Mazor, A. Homan, J
McCormack, F. Leone, C. Lieppe. THIRD ROW: C. Schorer, B.
Woelfel, B. Taylor, D. Padgett, B. Smith, B. Comrie
L. to R: J. Reis, K. Bagatelle, S. Barasch, B. Fink.
, B. Ness.
FOURTH ROW: J. Ringer, V. Papacosma, D, Goldsmith, J.
Uhl, C. Metz. FIFTH ROW: C. Biathrow, J. Epstein, M. Ranish,
B. Tydeman, F. Bloom, B. Lutsk. SIXTH ROW: R. Keller, Adviser
The Key Club is an international organization tor
sophomores, iuniors, and seniors. A Kiwanis-spon-
sored organization, it serves the school and the
community while developing initiative and leader-
This year with the help of Faculty Adviser Mr.
Richard Reed the Key Club sold football programs
for the Fathers and Boosters Club, sponsored a bas-
ketball program, collected funds for emotionally dis-
turbed children and provided Christmas dinners for
needy families. The yeafs activity was concluded
when members of the club attended the state con-
vention in Binghamton, New York.
L. to R: Treas. Kenneth Ba-
Qflfelle, Sec. Robert Fink,
Vice-Pres. Stephen Ba-
rasch, Pres. James Reis.
FIRST ROW, L. to R: T. Blum, P. Mucciolo, W. Jaworowski, V.
Apter, L. Berman, C. Kraus, J. Adkins, K. Cruickshank. SECOND
ROW: L. Smits, H. Smith, B. Brainin, C. Posnock, H. Norton, F.
Halouslca, M. Phillips, R. Kinberg. THIRD ROW: C. Utz, C. Hel-
ler, J. Helfand, K. Friedman, J. Waldman, A. Snyder, S. Edwards,
P. Wright. FOURTH ROW: Y. Williams, V. Diehl, D. Nelson, S.
Guest, M. Gould, C. Matteson, B. Pesca. FIFTH ROW: Corr.
Sec. K. Joyce, Rec, Sec. J. Tuthill, Pres. L. Devonshire, Treas. A.
Hueglin, Vice-Pres. S. Fleischer, Adviser Mrs. Schilling.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
The Leo F. Giblyn Chapter of the Future Teachers
of America, under Mrs. Phebe Schilling, is primarily
a service club dedicated to the teaching profession.
Members of the club are active cadet teachers,
FIRST ROW, L. to R: J. Sandak, B. Watson, R. Mandelbaum, B.
Ingber, L. Davison, M. Getter, M. A. Trotta, M. Wolland, J.
Friedman, SECOND ROW: C. Bernstein, N. Panagakos, J. Fair-
berg, A. Silver, A. McLellan, C. Roberts, L. Sanders, M. Krieger.
THIRD ROW: P. Regan, P. Corrigan, E. Hunt, T- Carroll, G- Slo-
min, C. Mclntyre, N. Schaap, M. Kraus, B. Sperling. FOURTH
tutors, or teacher-assistants, thus gaining valuable
first-hand experience in the educational field. Much
information in the form of trips, literature, and lec-
tures was made available to each member.
ROW: L. Anton, C. Renton, C. Goldblait, J. Lessall, S. Somers
J. A. Miller, M, Ott, O. Popov, S. Smith. FIFTH ROW: S. Pavlakis,
C. Boren, M. Levy, A. Noll, W. Gronick, J. Erwin, S. Mclntyre,
M. Collins, H. Gritmon, SIXTH ROW: M.. Kearney, V. D'Arcy, C
Nelson, L, Johnson, M. Simpson, D. DeCarion, R. Smith, M. East-
wood, Adviser Mrs. Schilling.
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FIRST ROW, L. to R: Ccfhie Blanche, Mcrfi
Bryant. SECOND ROW: Anne Hueglin, Stellcr
Povlokis. THIRD ROW: Scilly Mclnfyre, June
Erwin. FOURTH ROW: Howcurd Kessler, Don
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Mr. Joseph P. Pollard
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L. to R: L. Smits, B. Lasky, C.
Willus, H. Schwartz, B. Kried'
man, J. Uhl, C. Edelman, H.
Wallerstein, V. Diehl.
SEATED, L. to R. C. Goldblan, s
A. McLellan, N. Berman, M.
Bernstein, R. Drain, A. Steiner. Q'
STANDING: D. Goldsmith, D.
Geller, L. Mintz, B. Mozor, J.
Sweet, P. Godt, S. Barasch.
As each of the seven issues of FlasHingS ar-
rived in Room 232, the staff members looked at
each other, unable to believe that out of their
chaotic meetings a,newspaper had emerged,
marred only by occasional typographical errors,
blackened pictures, and mistaken identities.
Many new features were added to FlcisHingS
this year. A gossip column, "The Word," ap-
peared atter a year's absence of gossip, and the
new music column, "Sides and Sounds,"
reviewed iazz as well as rock 'n' roll. "Rhymes-
ville," a poetry corner, was filled with esoteric
talent gathered from unlikely groups such as our
wrestlers and trackmen. Humor was provided
through articles and stories by Harriet Schwartz
lMiddle of the lnsidel, Stephen Barasch, Paul
Godt, Larry Mintz, and Bruce Mazor. Cartoons
by Rett CHarriet Wallersteinl and the cool, origi-
nal artwork of Paul Diamond gave FlasHingS a
This year the entire staff, led industriously by
Editor Uhl, worked long hours to inform and en-
tertain Freeport students, who avidly read their
newspapers, hidden behind history books, in
study halls and classrooms.
FIRST ROW, L. To R: G.O. Rep. B. Kriedman, Vice-Pres. S. Sullivan, Pres. H. Wallersfein, Sec.-Treas. H. Nor-
Ton. SECOND ROW: J. Feinson, R. Kinberg, D Yekel, A. Ferrer. THIRD ROW: Adviser Mr. BurneTT.
MASQLI E S WI6
The world of TooTlighTs, grease-painT, and
glamour is represenTed by The Masque 84 Wig.
Supervised by Mr. Henry BurneTT, This organizaTion
provides enTerTainmenT Tor our TheaTer-goers. This
year's presenTaTion was John Van DruTen's "I Re-
member Mama," The hearT-warming sTory of a
FIRST ROW, L. To R: H. Schwartz, C. Posnock, J. Friedman,
K. Friedman, V. Diehl, C. MclnTyre. SECOND ROW: E. Mur-
ray, M. Levy, B. Olsen, M. Yahnker. THIRD ROW: B. Feinson,
N. Toelle, J. Waldman, P. Godf, L. MinTz. FOURTH ROW: C.
Kent, D. GoldsmiTh, J. Oberield, E. Kennedy, P. Diamond,
S. Miclnfyre, T. FeusTel. FIFTH ROW: D. Geller, J. Shapiro.
Norwegian family. The Turn-oT-The-cenTury cos-
Tumes, The unusual folding seTs, The lighTing
eFFecTs, plus The emhusiasm of casT and crew - all
enhanced The produc:Tion and made iT a memora-
H. Holzman, R. Grimpel, D. Denza. SIXTH ROW: M. Phillips,
L. Miranda, J. Snyder, M. E. Healy, E. Mills, D. Arcuri.
SEVENTH ROW: P. Landau, J. Shebar. NOT SHOWN:
F. Baumann, L. Berman, P. Cook, E. L. Davis, E. Elson, H.
GriTmon, W. Jaworowski, J. A. Miller, A. Russell, R. A. SmiTh.
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Student Director .loan Felnson Stage Manager Helga Nor Helga Norton Caroline Mclntyre Sue Sullivan Ed WOISGD Chrls Kent Sally
tan Adviser Mr. Henry Burnett Mclntyre
Joann Rubie, Judy Waldman, Terrie Feusfel, Bob
sfein, Chuck Edel-
Ed Elson, Diane Yekel.
Rich Eisman, Judy Shapiro.
Harlee Grifmon, Joan
Friedman, Jackie Sny-
Pete Landau, Ron
Ed Kennedy, Joann
Fluffy Baumann, Marie Levy.
Although the BUSINESS PUBLICATIONS STAFF is
a behind-the-news group, it is nonetheless an es-
sential one. The hard work of the statt in canvass-
ing tor various ads has kept Voyageur and FlasH-
ingS solvent. The staft was ably directed by Adviser
Mr. Ernest Newton and Editor Barbara Furman.
FIRST ROW, L. to R.: Assistant Editor E. Feinsilber, Typing Editor
B. Miller, Editor B. Furman, Assistant Editor J. Waldman. SEC-
OND ROW: J. Bagatelle, D. Feinsilber, E. Dougherty, L. Shufer.
THIRD ROW: L. Berman, T. Blum, D. Nelson, E. Murray. FOURTH
ROW: A, Snyder, H. Wallerstein, L. Smits, K. Cruickshank. FIFTH
ROW: S. Goldstein, R. Grimpel, J. Helfand, E. Mills. SIXTH ROW:
J. Shapiro, K, Friedman, B. Kriedman, S. Fleischer. SEVENTH
ROW: M. Bernstein, R. Vogel, J. Levitt, M. Bluestein.
The NEWS SERVICE STAFF, led by Editor-in-Chief
Lyn Miranda and Mr. Lucas, has worked diligently
to keep the public informed of most of the activities
occurring at FHS. Before being submitted to the local
newspapers, all articles are carefully condensed and
edited. Girls' and boys' sports, the play, and the
Variety Show, along with the Honor Society induc-
tions, are lust a few of the goings-on faithfully cov-
ered by the statt.
FIRST ROW, L. to R: Pres. L. Miranda, Sec. K. Cruickshank
Vice-Pres. H. Gritmon, Librarian O. Popov, Typing Ed. C. Utz
SECOND ROW: A. Hobbs, K. Joyce, P. Mucciolo, B. Olsen, B
Furman, C. Goldblatt. THIRD ROW: Adviser Mr. Lucas, E
Feinsilber, B. Miller.
Each year the Senior Assembly Ushers, under
the direction of Miss Maud E. Constable and Miss
Doris Nickerson, attempt the impossible - to guide
us to our seats and preserve order at assemblies.
They also usher for the Senior Play and other
school activities. Their smiling, cheerful faces will
long be remembered by all.
FIRST ROW, L. To R: S. Schanz, J. Dray. SECOND ROW:
H. Smith, L, Miranda. THIRD ROW: M. Phillips, V. Diehl.
FOURTH ROW: S. Poulos, S. Goldstein. FIFTH ROW: P. Rus-
sell, J, Tuthill. SIXTH ROW: P, Rowan, M. Cleary. SEVENTH
ROW: J. Reis, L. Devonshire. EIGHTH ROW: Adviser Miss
Constable, Capt. B, Lutsk.
PUBLIC ADDRESS STAFF
The P.A. Staff, with its famous "Good
Morning," brought to our homerooms
every morning a deluge of information
concerning school activities. The members
of this group, chosen on the basis of ar-
ticulation and clarity of voice, alternate
two-week periods of announcing over
the P.A. system. Along with Adviser Miss
Mary Barlow, the staff was led by Presi-
dent Carolyn Utz and G.O. Representa-
tive Richard Vogel.
FIRST ROW, L. to R: S. Sullivan, J. Shapiro, Pres. C. Utz, H. Wallerstein. SECOND ROW: J, Uhl, Adviser
Miss Barlow, G.O. Rep. R. Vogel, K. Joyce, M. Cleary. NOT SHOWN: J. Fairberg.
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FIRST ROW, L. to R: D. Holten, F. Baumann. SECOND ROW:
C. Nichols, W. Jaworowski, THIRD ROW: L. Sanders, J. Fried-
man. FOURTH ROW: C. Renton, R, Levitt, M. Bluestein, J.
Jones, J. A. Miller, J. Winter, M. Shebar. FIFTH ROW: N.
Tuthill, S. Falk, B, Fink, L. McMahan, S. Somers, M. Levy, B.
Gross. SIXTH ROW: C. Posnock, N. Toelle, C. Goldblatt, C.
Behrens, G. Heitmann, E. Zezima. SEVENTH ROW: Adviser
Miss More, B. Van Vorst. EIGHTH ROW: L. Eckert, M.
Yahnker. NOT SHOWN: P, Behlen, M. Biffar, E. Cornish, C.
Dobry, E. Geyer, J. Maikisch, B. Pauze, C. Pearsall.
We have ioined the American Junior Red Cross
to give service to our country, our community, and
our school, and to work for better human rela-
tions throughout the world. Under the supervision
of Miss Ruth More and Mrs. Dolores Pratt, we
have collected money in the homeroom to be used
for membership dues, Christmas stockings for vet-
erans, gift boxes for needy children overseas,
and for helping underprivileged children in Nas-
JU IOR DANCE COMMITTEE
Plonning, decorating, and generally overseeing
the two annual iunior high dances was the responsi-
bility of the Junior High Dance Committee. The com-
mittee, with the complete cooperation of Miss Mary
Lefis, has managed to fulfill this responsibility amaz-
FIRST ROW, L. to R.: P. Cohen, L. Bloom, B. Barasch, P. Car-
baugh, G, Franklin, S. Irvine, J. Berman, N. Akst. SECOND
ROW: M. Birgenthal, J. Russell, J. Diehl, N. Heller, R. A. Ringer,
C. Bishop, M. Taylor, S. DeCarion, G. Riccardi, G. Guttman.
ingly well, while having a great deal of -fun in the
bargain. Anyone who attended "Shangri-la," the
first iunior high dance of the year, will be able to
testify to the success of their venture.
THIRD ROW: Adviser Miss Lefes, A. Taylor, B. Perrell, P. Edel-
man, G. Swanson, J. Franklin, V. Warm, J. Strassle, C. Boriss
L. Scheman. NOT SHOWN: J. McGoey.
FIRST ROW, L. to R : Adviser
Mrs. Rowley, Pres. P. Wright.
SECOND ROW: Vice-Pres. D.
Arcuri, Vice-Pres. P. Sheehan.
THIRD ROW: Sec. L. Minnerly,
P. Moore, R. Melle, E, Are-
nella. FOURTH ROW: M. Ve-
ziris, S. Kretlco, M. Diliberto,
P. Cox, A. Yack, B. Mitthauer.
FIFTH ROW: B. Martin, Treas.
E. Martin, E. Alfono. SIXTH
ROW: G. Townsend, S.
Thomas, L. Bagowitz.
OF A ERICA
These are the Future I-lomemakers of America.
They face the future with warm courage and high
They are the builders of homes for America's future,
Homes where living will be the expression of every-
That is good and fair,
Homes where truth, love, security, and faith
Will be reolities, not dreoms
FIRST ROW, L. to R: G. Jackson, B. Gittlitz. SECOND ROW: M. Sweeney, M Silverman B Schuh Publicity
Off. A. Katusha. THIRD ROW: Sec. P. Howard, Pres. N. Heller, Vice-Pres. L Tickner
FIRST ROW, L. to R: Adviser Miss Constable, Pres. C. Pear- Gagliano. THIRD ROW: J. Gerardi, L. Deis, S. Calkins, J.
sall, Vice-Pres. B. Fink, G.O. Rep. J. Heltand, Sec. M. Nilson. Shebar, E, Elson, W. Fletcher, D. Padgett, L. Grebinar, K.
SECOND ROW: H. Craddock, E. Holgren, D. Nelson, J. A. Bagatelle, M, Christensen, C. Mercer.
Trapani, J. Hollander, E. Lynch, D. Jackson, L. Friedman, G.
Under the direction of Miss Maud Constable,
twenty-tour Courtesy Committee seniors relin-
quished their study halls tor assignments to posts
in the halls of FHS to keep order and welcome
and guide visitors in the school. ln addition they
assisted on Visitors Day, Exhibit Night, ond at
other school functions.
The Freeport High School Science Club, advised
by Mr. Robert G. Stern, is devoted to the turther-
ance of the teaching and learning of science
within our school. To achieve these ends the club
employs the Socratic Method. That is, a member
will deliver a lecture andfor demonstration, his
FIRST ROW, L. to R: Vice-Pres. S. lfshin, Pres. A. McDermott,
Sec. M, A. Hanley, Treas. J. Albach. SECOND ROW: L
Smits, L. Davison, B. Lasky, C. Goldblatt, F, Makin, R. Man-
delbaum, J. Adkins, A. Steiner, K. Cruickshank, B. Jacobson,
D. Klar. THIRD ROW: M. Yahnker, C. Cruickshank, S. Schanz,
J. Sandak, E. Martin, R, Geller, M. Goldstein, R. Levy, R.
Grimpel, J. Salmon, D. Odell, L, Wechsler, M. E. Healy, D.
audience, seeking to add to their knowledge, will
then ask questions. Other activities ot the Science
Club include lectures by guest speakers and trips
to places ot scientific interest. The purposes ot
these are both to stimulate and educate.
Brown, F. Jacobson. FOURTH ROW: C. Voss, R. Feinson, S
Falk, ? , M. Bluestein, A, Hausfather, P. Segall, B
Gross, A. Barchas, P. Rowan, H. Kessler. FIFTH ROW: M
Nierman, S. Zimmerman, R. Barchas, B. Goodhue, B. Dengel
P. Wille, R, Brown, S. Lariar, H. Lopato. SIXTH ROW: M
Bernstein, N. Toelle, P. Baker, L. Feder, R. Warnke, B
Lang, D. Bricker, S. Kitt, D. Wayne.
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SEATED, L. To R : W. M. Greene, V. BuTler, D. Rivers, G.O. Rep.
R. Grimpel, Treas. E, O'Brien, Pres. S. GoldsTein, Vice-Pres. J.
Albach, Sec. E. Ford, Adviser Miss MclnTosh, E. CarTer, B, Wille.
STANDING: J. Adkins, D. Cooper, E. Mariin, D. Howard, D, Klar,
The Senior High Library Club is The oldesT club in
The school and purely a service organizaTion. The
purpose of The club, according To The consTiTuTion,
is "To uniTe in one organizaTion Those persons who
assisT in The library and bring Them TogeTher Tor
muTual help and beneTiT To The libraryff
The club has abouT TorTy members who wriTe
overdue noTices, Take care of The charging desk,
help process books, Tile, and do many oTher im-
porTanT Tasks. The library could noT exisT wiThouT Their
services, and in appreciaTion, The school awards
The members silver pins afTer one year of service.
J u n lor
SEATED, L. To R: C. Sandak, H. Shapiro, Sec. K. Nykanen, Vice
V Pres. V. Lee, Pres. D. Caldiero, G. O. Rep. D. Rubie, Adviser Mrs.
PraTT, R. Krueger, P. Lewis. STANDING: L. KaTz, R. Himmelfarb,
E. Davis, M. E. Healy, L. Smifs, C. Greenfield, I, GoldsTein, S.
Thomas, T. Oliver, C. Baldwin, M, H. Thyben, B. GreenblaTT, A.
Munro, M. Ford, M. Collins, E. Moore, H. Kessler, M. Goldman,
J. Russo, J. Dray.
WiTh The division of The Junior-Senior High School,
a sisTer organizaTion has been formed This year,
called The Junior'High Library Club. Also, Tor The
TirsT Time in iTs hisTory, boys have been admiTTed
To The club and have mosT successfully proven Their
inTeresT and efiiciency. This year, wiTh The Tremendous
Task of seTTing up The new school library, The Senior
High Library Club has been more useful and ap-
preciaTed Than ever. The advisers were Miss Mary
MclnTosh of The Senior High Library Club and Mrs.
Dolores PraTT of The Junior High Library Club.
H. Thal, E. Gersfler, M, A. Portale, J. Grace, J. Crevoiseraf, M.
Kelly, J. Siglain, P. Heinrich, J. Novoiny, L. FurTado, N. Poole.
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FIRST ROW, L. to R: P.
Volpe, B. Gittlitz, J. Jiminski,
M. J. Bauer. SECOND ROW:
D. Posa, R. Rothman, C.
Hansen, W. Peairs, M. Miller.
THIRD ROW: I. Berman,
C, J. Vollet, C. Willus, N.
Meyer, B. Vorbeck, B. Lugrin,
A. Wallerstein. FOURTH
ROW: D. Hueglin, L. Furtado,
A. Halvarsen, J. Lobl, K. Sie-
gel, R. Cesta, S. Waddell, G. Franklin. FIFTH ROW: J, A. Gronim,
R. Greenberg, D. Paul, N. Heller, H. Larkin, J. Blum. SIXTH ROW:
E. Smith, K. Boltrek, N. Eisenstadt, J, Diehl, V, Hemeke, V. Spivey.
The main purpose ot the Junior High Art Club is to
make Freeporters more art-conscious. To accomplish
this aim the club displays the students' art work in the
JU IOR HIGH
Amid the shouts ot "T-E-A-M," the vi-
vacious Junior High Cheerleaders have
not only urged the freshman football
and basketball teams on to victory but
also cheered at junior high pep assem-
SEVENTH ROW: T. Lettenant, B. Levy, N. Heitmann, N. Mazey, P.
Marshall, C. DeVita, J. Vivian, B. Hansen. EIGHTH ROW: Adviser
Mr. Merk, Adviser Mrs. Buley.
library and in local stores. The club also affords the
budding artists an opportunity to utilize media not
available in the classroom.
blies. Under the guidance ot Miss Jeanne
Maxwell and Mrs. Shirley Fischel, the
girls, captained by Susan DeCarion and
Mary Gulit, have helped keep the Free-
port spirit alive in the junior high.
KNEELING, L. to R: Co-Capt. S. DeCarion, Co-Capt. M. Gulit. STANDING:
J. Berman, P. Carbaugh, T. Field, B. Edwards, C. Boriss, R. A.
Ringer, B. Barasch, S. Henry. NOT SHOWN: M.
WH I S I
FIRST ROW, L. to R: Y. Laing, B. Meyers, D. King, M. Love, P.
Corrigan, F. Makin, J. Waldman, C. Rasp, E. Dougherty, L. Min-
nerly. SECOND ROW: T. Oliver, M. Simmons, J. Lessall, B.
Mazor, J. Woods, K. Brown, E. Odom, R. A. Smith, S. Schanz,
R. Vailes. THIRD ROW: H. Gritmon, J, Stoner, S. Mclntyre, P.
Frisch, A. Russell, J. Muth, H. Kiss, D. Howard, C. Hammond, M.
Simpson, D. Edelman. FOURTH ROW: M. Yahnker, K. Towle, W.
Cook, P. Mead, M. Bernstein, M. Ford, J. Moran, R. Jones, E.
Carter, M, Scammon, M. Phillips. NOT SHOWN: E. Gasper, C.
A group which features four-part harmony, the
Mixed Chorus participated in the Senior High Christ-
mas Assembly and the annual Spring Concert. ln the
Christmas Assembly, the chorus, under the direction
of Miss Miriam Roberts, sang the familiar "Carol of
the Bells," with chimes played by Sally Mclntyre, a
modern Christmas song "ln the Bleak Mid-Winter,"
and an expertly-presented cantata, "December -
A Joyous Month for All," with narration by Alan
Kellock, and joined the Senior Girls' Chorus in pre-
senting the finale, a special arrangement of "O
Holy Night." "While We're Young," "A Roumanian
Rhapsody," and the well-known spiritual, "Jacob's
Ladder," were among the chorus' selections in the
SENIOR GIRLS' CHORLI
This year the Senior Girls' Chorus, directed
by Miss Miriam Roberts, sang at the corner-
stone laying of the new high school, the Christ-
mas Assembly, the Spring Concert, and the
High School Commencement exercises. Some
of the memorable selections harmoniously pre-
sented by the chorus were "Adeste Fideles,"
done in the traditional processional arrange-
ment, "Ave Maria," with Pat Mucciolo as so-
FIRST ROW, L. to R: P. Wright, M, Love, B. Goodhue, L.
McLaughlin, S. Minnerly, S. Thomas, P, Mucciolo, J.
Garbo, P. Sheehan, C, Nichols, S. Kretlco, J. Waldman.
SECOND ROW: P. Corrigan, C. Key, P, Hoyt, G. Hol-
gren, J. Holmes, R. Whitty, O. Young, D. Duckworth, C.
Fredricson, B. Meyers, P. Frisch, G. Slomin, E. Alfano,
loist, and "The Birthday of a King" at the
Christmas Assembly, and "The Song My Heart
Will Sing," "One Fine Day," and "Agnus Dei"
at the Spring Concert. Martha Bryant, Joan
Garbo, Carole Key, and Valerie Somers were
accompanists. The chorus ended the year with
their annual tea held in honor of the graduat-
J. Miller, D. Yekel, C. Blanche, B. Boriss, P. Bresnahan,
C, Killikelly, J. Phillips, A. McLellan, G. Kuehling, L. An-
ton. FOURTH ROW: C. Nelson, E. Zezima, J. Shapiro, V.
Somers, K. Hughes, M. Eastwood, E. Bechtold, J. Taylor,
M. Scammon, J. Stoner, A. Hobbs, M. Yahnker, M. Simp-
M, Simmons. THIRD ROW: P. Behlen, K, Towle, J. Petrelli,
FIRST ROW, L. to R: E. Dougherty, A, Ferrer, T. Oliver, P
Reed, B, Brainen, L. Minnerly, J. Barrett, B. Towle, S
Kouimani, K. Cruickshank, E. Murray, M. Emerson. SEC
OND ROW: B. lngber, R. Mandelbaum, C. Holmes, M,
Bryant, M. Wolland, L, Smits, S. Brady, M. A. Trotta, G.
Ringelheim, L. Lambert, A. Hueglin, T. Loeffler, R. Vailes.
THIRD ROW: S. Holland, L. McMahon, L. Southard
Miss Miriam Roberts, Director
SEATED, L. to R: Sec.-Treas. Teri Loeftler,
Pres. Mary Phillips, Vice-Pres. Karen
Cruiclcshank. STANDING: G.O. Rep. Louise
Anton, Publicity Off, Lyn Miranda, Ward-
robe OFF. Edith Altano, Wardrobe Off.
Y. Laing, S, Collins, A. Faigelman, C. DiGregorio, A.
Friedland, G. Klein, A. Yack, VV. Gronick, J. Levine,
S. Smith, M. Krieger, M. Stein. FOURTH ROW: C. Cruick-
shank, D. King, F. Makin, T. Carroll, M. Rerecich, T. Feu-
stel, C. Rasp, V. D'Arcy, D. Malburg, J. Marcus, C. Ham-
mond, V. Butler, S. Schanz, M. Phillips.
Miss Jeanne Maxwell
JLI IOR HIGH
A select group of Titty iunior high students, the A Cappella Choir, directed by
Miss Jeanne Maxwell, showed its excellence as a vocal group in caroling at
Christmas time and singing at The Junior High Christmas Assembly, the Sunday
Afternoon Music Hour Concert, and The Junior High Spring Concert. Choir of
Ticers for this year were: Carol Bishop, President, and Barbara Hansen, Secretary
The Girls' Glee Club, consisting of l35 junior high girls, aslo participated in
the Christmas Assembly, The Sunday Afternoon Music Hour, and The Spring Con
cert, Directed by Miss Maxwell, the chorus provided a pleasing blend of so
prano, mezzo-soprano, and alto voices. T
The Boys' Glee Club, under the direction ot Mr, John Jenkins, sang at several
concerts throughout the year.
Girls' G ee Club
FIRST ROW, L, to R: J. Protrowslci, L, Shufer, D. Katz, L. Spitz, L
Schwartz, S, Erlandsen, L, Boatie, B. Vorbeck, L. Schubert, M. Mc
Goey, J. Petersen, V, Harrall, E, Brill, R. Mitchell, R. Ross, A. Grit
mon, L. lnglima, M. Reed, S. Young, J, Spitz, S. Helfand, D. Sigmond
M. G. Kraus, SECOND ROW: E. Ozolins, B. Edwards, L. Wollman
B. Hansen, L, Rothamel, N. Phillips, L. Rousseau, C, Cotter, B, Daye
C. Hansen, P. Carroll, B. Briggs, F. Lewis, J. Vivian, D. Grasing, M
Kelly, J. Gronim, K. Schultz, J, Friedman, R. M. Oshinski, G. Hal
verson, T, Leftenant. THIRD ROW: P. Klages, S. Harrison, B. Schiller,
B. A. Perez, A. Katusha, J. Kelly, L. Greenberg, M. Zezima, A
Schanz, L, Bloom, D. Burnett, B. Lugrin, N. Meyer, J. Brose, N, Tack
nell, L. Henry, M, E. Stolberg, L. Layton, J. Brown, B. Holbrook, E
Phillips. FOURTH ROW: C. Johnston, M, Rogers, J. Siglain, S. Cruick
shank, K. O'Leary, N. Wilson, J, Owens, V. Lombard, P. Randall
P. Key, S. lrvine, M, Taylor, K. Key, M. M. Amatulli, S. Smith, J
Braverman, P. Bitcon, V. Warm, R. Schmidt, F. Versoclci, K, Greene
J. Blum, C. Leftakis, M, Mendozer. FIFTH ROW: S. Pettersson, V
Hernandez, A, Schmidt, J, Randolph, E. Rydberg, l. Berman, P, Tyr-
rell, C. Freitag, J. Abatemarco, G, Guerriero, L. lselin, A. Feinsilber
L. Glacle, S, Friedland, S, Mowdy, B. Pollock, R. Foglietta, J, Schor
E. Millang, l. Garbo, D. Rubie. SIXTH ROW: L. Mazey, A. Farber, J
Rerecich, G. Franklin, L. Baer, J, Schoonmaker, R. Rothman, S. Mi
chealsen, N. Mazey, P. Stratton, B. Gittlitz, W. Peairs, l. Minei, J
A Cappella Choir
FIRST ROW, L. to R: R. Greenberg, S. Pettersson, L. Schuter, A.
Schmidt, R. Evans, R. Prichard, P. Aiken, P. Meringott, J. Spitz, J.
Schor, R. Foglietta, S. Mowdy. SECOND ROW: L. Spitz, B. Hansen,
M. G. Kraus, M. McGoey, R. Ross, J. Washington, K. Mahlstedt, A.
Becker, l. Garbo, P. Carbaugh, J. Vivian. THIRD ROW: J. Owens,
FIRST ROW, L. to R: R. Henry, D. Levin, M. Donnelly, G. Paolan-
tonio, P. Fosano, B. Smith, B. Lefkowitz, J. Epstein, R. Scheuer, R.
Warshavsky. SECOND ROW: P. Abel, H. Kortright, G. Sparling, S.
Berger, R. Rigoulot, C. Maier, E. Dudas, F. Roehrig, T. Celentono, E.
A. Grimpel, B. O'Reilley, R. Varone, S. Siglain, H. Jacobson, R.
Baehr, J. Anclruscavage, J. Petersen, P. Cervini, D. Rubie. FOURTH
ROW: K. O'Leary, N. Wilson, B. Watson, P. Beniamin, D. Sweezy,
K. Wistuloa, G. Gould, J. Townsend, J. McGoey, C. Bishop, S.
Michealsen, N. Mazey.
Weiner. THIRD ROW: T. Collins, F. Balchi, R. Ardston, D. Kochanski,
J. Croasdale, J. Canapary, N. DiPreta, R. Biscarcli, C. Carroll, J. Els-
ter. FOURTH ROW: E. Stampt, B. Simon, B. Williams, L. Ahders, R.
Meyers, D. Lieberman, B. Mead, D. Berg.
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MARCHI G BAND
What makes a band a good one? lt takes many long
hours of practice in all kinds of weather, a devoted
leader like Prof, and enthusiastic members. When you
put these together, however, you have not only a good
band, but one of the best in the East.
Evidences of the greatness of Freeport l-ligh's Band
are the numerous engagements the Band fulfills, such
as appearances at Mitchell Field, the Thanksgiving Day
parade in New Jersey, and annual parades in New
York, not to mention the various football games and
Aside from its numerous other accomplishments,
the Band also provides a great deal of the school spirit
which "peps" up our pep assemblies and makes it an
indispensable part ofthe school.
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL, KNEELING, L. to R: K. Joyce, E. Kennedy, J. Flint, B. Steckler, J. Weed, J. Raynor.
STANDING: M. Sheffermon, E. Voelker, A. Lyke, B. Larsen, S. Dean, D. Hanna, S. Brown.
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TNNIRLERS, L. to R: K. Provenzono, J. Helwig, L. Louro, J. Snyder, J. Miller, E. Petossi.
ker, M. Sheffermon, M. Berman.
SECTION HEADS, SEATED, L. To R: E, Kennedy, C. Ufz, J. Wood, B. Larsen, M, Gould, J. Flinf, K. Joyce.
S B S D D Honncx G Albee A Lke D Jackson E, Voel-
STANDING: S. Gerzof, B. Sfeckler, . rown, . eon, , , . , . y , . ,
SBFIIOYS Fmsr Row, L. to R. M. sheffefmcm, Y. wil- G. Albee, s. amor. THIRD Row. E. Voelker, D. Briggs, B.
hams, J. Wood, S. Fleischer, M. Gould, C. Heller, L. Lauro. SEC- Goodhue, J. Gerardi, B. Larsen, M. Berman, A. Lylte. NOT
OND ROW1 C- Ufl, D- JGCRSOY1, 5. DSOU, 5. BFOWH, D. Hanna, SHOWN: E. Pefassi, J. Miller, J. Snyder, J. Wood, G. LaTerza.
CONCERT BA D
FIRST ROW, L. to R: E. Kennedy, M. Gould, B. Larsen, S
Fleischer, S. Pavlakis, J. Wood, K. Joyce. SECOND ROW: C. Utz,
Y. Williams, B. Goodhue, C. Heller, A. Smiih, R. Ruger, J. Weed
D, Jackson, A. Mogfader, J, Slingerland, C. Mclnfyre, S. Mcln
fyre. THIRD ROW: J. Raynor, B. Henke, F. Jacobson, S. Hoffman
FOURTH ROW: J. Sandowski, P. Regan, H. Grifmon, M. L. Gold
J. Rasmussen, D. Yekel, O. Popov, T, Brown, C. Eckhart, P.
Baker, D. Briggs, B. Sfeckler, D. Hanna, B. Mapes, J. Gerardi,
E. Voelker, A. Lylce, G. Albee, R. Eliscu, J. Sweezey. FIFTH
ROW: G,'LaTerza, M. Nierman, S. Dean, B. Levy, F. Lafher, M.
Berman, A. Davidsen, V. Valois, R. Terry, J. Flint, S. Gerzof, 5.
Brown, M. ShefTerman.
Junior Orchestra mst Row, L. fo
R: N. Akst, B. Peters, S. Smith, R. McClain, K. Egan, W. Poland,
C. Bishop, F. Ferrara, S. Bernstein, R. Diaz. SECOND ROW: A.
Todd, B. Schuh, B. Levy, D. Altiere, E. Rydberg, S. Kimmel, E.
Hornbeck, C. Dovel, E. S. Kalman. THIRD ROW: M. Klaes, M.
Sweeney, D. Vandergucht, R. Grossman, R. Powell, R. Muro, B.
Eliscu, R. Groome, S. Harrison, E. Beebe, G. Maynes, R. Lyke,
R. Brown, J. Chabot, G. Gould, L. Kay. FOURTH ROW: C. Cot-
ter, A. Pinckney, L. Sweezey, F. Jones, R. DiTomas, J. Rasmussen.
JUNIOR BAND AND ORCHESTRA
The Junior High Band and Orchestra have enthu-
siastically progressed in their first year under the
direction of Mr. John Jenkins. A graduate of Penn.
State and former Army Band Master, Mr. Jenkins
has ably instructed them in the fundamentals of
A good performance requires many hours of "be-
JUHIOI' Band Fmsr Row, L. to R. s. scam-
mon, Lib. C. Willus, S. Kellock, O. Sweezey, L. Rom, J. Miller, B.
Uhl, N. Berman, N. Pirodsky, D. Hedin, J. Addison, L. Boolhack.
SECOND ROW: J. Norton, J. Makin, J. DiGiovanni, S. Irwin, E.
Beebe, l. Klowas, H. Meyer, A. Greene, P. Lazzara, B. Zarchy,
B. Mapes, N. Judwin, F. Ferris, G. Miller, Manager R. Duda.
THIRD ROW: C. Holland, S. Markowitz, K. Metz, G. Guerriero,
G. Haberle, D. Schuster. FOURTH ROW: R. Eschwege, T. Mit-
hind the scenes" practice. This year the Jr. High
Band and Orchestra have performed with excel-
lence, the Band at the Memorial Day and Christmas
Toyland Parades, The Orchestra at the Band Moth-
ers' meetings, and bath at the Christmas Program
and the Spring Concert.
thauer, L. Weiss, L. Brown, S. Kalin, K'. Cowan, Pres. R. Brown,
Lib. R. Lyke, L. Amatulli, D. Pappas, L. Bierweiler, W. Tree, M.
Wendelboe, C. Scoville, E. Smith, J. Chabot, W. Ruben, J.
Bryan, R. Clement, L. Zimmerman, Vice-Pres. A. Robb, D. Singer,
R. Pilatsky. STANDING: J. Gilmour, T. Cullen, S. Greene, B.
McCrum, B. Ford, A. Pinkney, W.A Ward, W. Yahnker, P. Chuzi,
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Senior Third and Fourth Award Winners, FIRST ROW, L. to RT B. Furman, E. Feinsilber, C. Apter,
B. Miller, W. Jaworowski, K. Cruickshank, J, Scopinich, E. Davis. SECOND ROW: S. Poulos, S.
Schanz, E. Mills, K. Friedman, J. Scopinich, L. Miranda, L. Murray.
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
Since Freshman girls could not participate in
sports, a new point system was inaugurated this
year. To become a member of the G.A.A. each girl
had to earn 125 points for her first award, a shield,
300 for her second award, a Freeport letter, and 475
for her third award, the coveted gold key.
The aim of this years G.A.A. was to raise money
Miss Dorothy Clark Sophie Poulos
Stephanie Franklin Wanda Jaworowski
for a showcase to display the newly acquired
trophies. The names of the outstanding senior girl
in each sport is placed on the trophy set aside for it.
These names were announced at the annual G.A.A.
New ottlcers were announced and awards were
made at the Spring Banquet held at the Elks Club.
Treasurer G.O. Representative
Diane Jackson Marilyn Ingber
The Tamiliar call, "All ouT oT The locker room.
Line up on The black line, and no Talking," is
invariably heard when one is leasT prepared To
obey. This year, unlike oTher years, The sTudenT
leaders ossisTed The gym Teachers, Miss Clark
and Miss Way, primarily by Teaching The prac-
Tical applicaTion of all sporTs, Team or individ-
ual. Taking aTTendance, puTTing up equipmenT,
and refereeing were among Their responsibili-
Ties. New girls are selecTed on The basis of
leadership qualiTies, dependabiliTy, and Their
compeTence in playing The various sporis. Each
senior sTudenT leader is presenTed wiTh a gold
key in recogniTion for her fine iob during The
FIRST ROW, L. To R: S
Gray, W. Jaworowski, N
Schaap, B. Kihl. SECOND ROW
B. Meyers, N. Berman, P. Lessler
O. Popov, J. Phillips, D. DeCarion
THIRD ROW: J. Jones, M. Shebar, J
Scopinich, J. Verona, S. Edwards, G
Cruickshank, E. PeTassi, J. Scopinich, P
Russell, J. Erwin, H. GriTmon.
This year the Atkinson School gym
provided the facilities tor the badminton
team's Monday and Thursday practices.
There our coach, Miss Richter, demon-
strated various pointers in developing
skill and accuracy. The Honor Team,
determined by a ladder tournament,
asked, "Did we or didn't we win?" This
year a difterence of only one game put
Freeport's team in second place at Honor
Team Playday held at Malverne.
SITTING, L, to R: G. Meduglia, W. Jawa-
rowski. STANDING: P. Russell, S. Gray, S.
Undaunted by the stares
ot astonished Freeporters,
the hockey team, outfitted
in tunics and shin guards,
was seen trudging to Ray-
nor Street Field. Neither
dust, nor "black-eyes," nor
"late buses" kept these girls
from learning the various
strokes and plays ot the
tast-moving, exciting game
of hockey. Under the able
direction of Miss Clark, the
Honor Team placed third
out ot a tield at seven on
their Honor Team Playday
at Tresper Clark High
FIRST ROW, L. to R: B. Meyers,
C. Apter, B. Watson, M. lngber,
E. Davis, M, Eastwood. SEC-
OND ROW: P. Regan, J. Sco-
pinich, E. Carter, E. Mills, B.
Miller, L. Murray, J, Erwin, E.
Aside from the fact that the Volleyball
team was not too successful in their encount-
ers with other schools, their motto became
"Never say die!" In spite ot the team's
losses, Miss Richter taught the girls the es-
sentials ot the game - how to serve, spike
and work as a team. Scorecard-wise the
season proved nil, nevertheless, it was an
enioyable time tor all.
TABLE TENN S
SITTING, L. to R: W. Jaworowski, B. Meyers, J. Riccardi. STANDING L Mur
ray, M. Eastwood, S. Poulos, E, Carter, NOT SHOWN: J. Scopinich, S Gray E
The table tennis enthusiasts, practicing in
cramped and dratty quarters met assiduously
every Tuesday and Thursday. Since the size of
the Honor Team, Chosen by a process ot elimi-
nation, did not necessitate the hiring ot a bus,
the school provided something smaller - a
chautteured limousine, vintage about l94O. They
arrived in style on the Honor Team Playday at
Mepham, accompanied by their able adviser
Miss Clark. For the second time in
a row, they emerged victorious and
Venimus, vidirnus, vicimusl!!
OND ROW: E. Moore, J. Shapiro, S. Smith
FIRST ROW, L. to R. B. lngber, M. Ingber. SEC
SITTING, L. to R. B. Ingber, M. lngber, J. Helwig, M, L. Gold, S. Smith.
STANDING: R. A. Smith, E. Varmus, M. Egan, M. Milford,
The call of "five and two," which was Miss Rich-
ter's way of "limbering us up," resounded through
the gym before basketball practice commenced,
whether it was at Atkinson or Bayview. Many
were left perplexed by the question, "Is practice
on Monday at Bayview and Wednesday at Atkin-
son, or at Atkinson on Monday and Wednesday
at Bayview!" Although the three teams, Sopho-
mores, Juniors, and Seniors, had only forty-five
minutes of practice during
L. Johnson, M.
During the bowling season,
Wednesday afternoons were sheer
chaos for the new Freeport Bowl, be-
cause at 2130 the girls went into ac-
tion dashing madly about for their
favorite bowling balls. Once this
tumult subsided, the bowlers could be
seen trying to improve their averages
for the coveted I-Ionor Team, and
those not so proficient were some-
times seen accompanying their balls
half-way down the alleys! The sea-
son, on the whole, was a successful
SITTING, L. to R: G. Richardson, K. Combs, W. Jawo-
rowski, B, Meyers, E. Davis, H. Gritmon, STANDING: S.
Poulos, E. Carter, E. Varmus, S. Gray, D. DeCarion, J.
Erwin, J. Scopinich, M. Eastwood, E. Moore, G. Cruick-
those two days a week, the
various plays and techniques
were learned and applied to
the game. A "disenchanting"
Honor Team Playday at Amity-
ville climaxed the season.
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FIRST ROW, L. to R.: J. Scopinich, E. Davis, S. Gray,
G. Medaglia. SECOND ROW: P. Regan, D. DeCarion, J. E
win, E. Moore, L. Murray.
SITTING: S. Williamson. STANDING,
L, to R.: M. Eastwood, H. Gritmon.
Braving the hazards of striking
out, missing an important catch, or
being tagged out, these fearless
softball players soon overcame
these mishaps and mastered the
skills of softball. Although their
new flaming red sweatsuits were
received with snide remarks at
Honor Team Playday, the girls,
coached by Miss Clark, placed sec-
ond in the standing at Baldwin.
Archery, one of the spring
sports, is becoming more and more
popular every season. Tuesdays
and Thursdays found a large
group of girls at the now familiar
Raynor Street Field practicing to
perfect this highly skilled game.
The Honor Team, consisting of the
girls with the highest averages at
the end of the season, represented
Freeport at Honor Team Playday
held at Baldwin.
Often times, outstanding teams
depend largely upon the quality
and efforts of its cheerleading
squad. This year, co-captained by
Lynn Murray, Sue Edwards, Bob
Ness, and Carl Biathrow, our
cheerleading squad overwhelm-
ingly exemplified zeal and origi-
To improve their technique and
master new cheers, our cheerlead-
ers attended various clinics. Their
purpose was certainly fulfilled once
the response roared by the crowds
echoed through at Pep Assemblies
Accompanying these zealots was
our gal Val, whose frolicking and
"devilish" ways spirited and
aroused the crowds.
Certainly, this year's squad ex-
celled in each of these three
aspects of cheerleading: ability,
agility, and vitality.
FIRST ROW L to R J Garbo, S. Williamson, P. Snyder, S. T. Arenella, B. Ness. THIRD ROW: S. Edwards, W. Jaworowski,
Study V Diehl P Russell J Scopinich, C. Lundstrom. SECOND B. Watson, M. Eastwood, G. Cruickshank, M. Fishel, L. Murray.
ROW C Biathrow B Smith P. Emerson, N. Baselice, J. Ringer, NOT SHOWN: B. Connoly.
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Jim Carucci Dave Goldman
Brian Phillips John Pappas
Kerry Doran Bob Woelfel
Jim Reis Dick Carlisle
Jeff Kron Mel Ranish
Capt. Dave Padgett Coach Bill Ashley
Since their i3-7 defeat to Hempstead in the sec-
ond game of the i956 season, the Freeport "Red
Devils" have remained undefeated for 30 games.
This astounding feat can be proudly claimed by
Coach Bill Ashley and his fiery and spirited gridders.
Although the "Red Devils" lost the Section l title to
Lawrence because of two ties, they captured the
Rutger's Cup, an award for the outstanding high
school football team in Nassau County. The season
was sparked by two important victories over Bald-
win and Lawrence. The traditional Baldwin-Freeport
game couldn't even be considered a contest as we
romped 33-O. This victory gives Freeport an i8-i6
edge in the Freeport-Baldwin rivalry.
The biggest game of the year, however, was not
against Baldwin, but against Lawrence. On Thanks-
giving morning, the Freeport "Red Devils" proved by
swarnping Lawrence 26-13 that they were still the
best team on the South Shore. Although Lawrence
won the league title, we were the only team that
defeated her. Even more outstanding was the fact
that we were the only undefeated team in Section l.
Outstanding for Freeport this year were Captain
Dave Padgett and back John Pappas. Dave, a line-
man, iniected spark and spirit into the team while
John bulletted his way through the line racking up
touchdown after touchdown. Other hustlers respon-
sible for Freeport's unblemished record were backs
Joe Keleher, Jim Carucci, and Dick Carlisle.
FIRST ROW, L. to R.: T. Doran, J. Dunnet, J, McCormack, P.
Summers, M. Dray, B. Woelfel, J. Pappas, J. Keleher, H. Tibbs,
J. Carucci. SECOND ROW: A. Goodridge, S. Kearney, J.
LaFreniere, D. Carlisle, J. Hiller, B. Lambert, D. Goldman, Capt.
D. Padgett, K. Doran, C. Schorer, J. Kron, B. Phillips, M. Ver-
FIRST ROW, L. to R.: Right End Dick Carlisle, Right Tackle Ed
Geyer, Right Guard Bob Woelfel, Center Kerry Doran, Left
Guard Cliff Schorer, Left Tackle Dave Padgett, Lett End Dave
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socki, R. Bean. THIRD ROW: Mgr. P. Segall, R. Vivian, M. Ra-
nish, G. Wright, R. Hennessy, E. Geyer, M. Beneville, A. Ras-
mussen, B. Greene, M. Frank, J. Reis, J. Kobel, J. Cardone,
Coach W. Ashley.
Goldman. SECOND ROW: Quarterback Joe Keleher, THIRD
ROW: Right Halfback Jim Carucci, Fullback Jerry Cardone, Left
Halfback John Pappas.
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FIRST ROW, L. to R.: A. Meinhold, B. Comrie, G. Birk, N. Shet-
ferman, B. Jackson, A. Homon, J. Pelliccia, F, Randall, J. Stew-
art. SECOND ROW: M. Rothstein, Coach J. Devlin, J. Talbot,
J. Atwell, A. Barchas, F. Leone, C. Lieppe, G. Lowenthal, R.
Jones, B. Olsen, D. Walis, Coach D. Reed. THIRD ROW: J. Cat-
tano, D. Berman, A. Letizia, R, Gullotta, R. Fleischer, K. Mul-
downey, S. Scotti, L. Hennessy. FOURTH ROW: J. Cosenza, T.
Re, B. Jefferson, L. Murray, J. Hillian, M. Saltzman. FIFTH ROW:
T. Bannon, B. Bannon, T. Rice, B. Ruben, S. Meringott.
J. V. 8 FROSH FOOTB LL
According to the record achieved by the Freeport
J.V. "Red Devils," the Varsity should find little trou-
ble in extending its winning streak to 38 games next
season. Chalking up an outstanding record at 6
wins, I loss, and I tie, the Jayvee rolled through
tough Lawrence and romped over Baldwin in the
traditional rivalry. Freeport led 6-O in its test at skill
with Hempstead until the last minute ot play, when,
by a treak of luck, Hempstead managed to cross the
goal line, tying the game at 6-6. Although cap-
tains changed with each game, a tew sophomores
played outstandingly. Danny Ciotti, who was in-
jured in the first part ot the season, and Allen Ho-
man spirited the backtield with their hustle and
bustle. However, Coach Joe Devlin was quoted as
saying, "Our line was much stronger than our back-
tieldf' Constituting the forward wall were "Skip"
Meinhold, Gary Lowenthal, Ray Jones, Joe Pelliccia,
and Andy Barchas.
The successful Freshman "Red Devils," under the
proficient coaching at AI Renken and Bill McElroy,
promise another exceptional Jayvee team next year.
FIRST ROW, L. to R.: H. Johnston, J. Pallas, D. Wright, B, Vivian, Coach W, McElroy, E. Wade, J. Franklin, J. Yeno, B. Hosendove,
J. Teiese, B. Martin, R. Volpe, W. Ruben, R. Moore, J. Prima- A. Cardinale, S. Glover, G. Riccardi, J. Kron, V. Ashby, G.
vera. SECOND ROW: D. Stanchi, F. Pallas, S. Beneville, B. Wat- Swanson, G. Gould, A. Theiss, Coach A. Renken. FOURTH ROW:
son, G. Guttman, C. Carswell, P. Stolberg, A. Taylor, J. McGoey, A. Starks, G. Gelling, B. Nugent, M. Joerger, B. Rice.
J. Tuitt, A. loli, P. Lichtiger, B. Voelker. THIRD ROW: Assist.
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"Whewwwww" was the familiar moan heard
around the Cleveland Avenue Field during the
exasperating months between August's end and
the Ides ot November. Under the able coaching
of "rookie" John Augustine, the Freeport har-
riers, confronted with many hardships, compiled
a shameless record of 4 wins and 4 losses. Our
"steeplechosers" had to overcome both the up-
grading trom a Class A to a Class B league and
the loss of all but seven of last year's lettermen.
Having no outstanding competitors, the harriers
chalked up their wins through their depth, con-
sisting ot Captain John Maikisch, sophomore
Doug Brook, senior Bob Smith, and juniors Henry
Berns, Rich Ehli, and Don Hanson. In the S.S.A.l..
playotts Freeport placed 5th out ot 20 entries.
The depth, based on the running abilities of
mostly sophomores and iuniors, will insure a suc-
cesstul season next year.
FIRST ROW, L. to R.: D. Simson, B. Marinaccio, G. Sass, R. ing. THIRD ROW: J, Maikisch, S. Hiller, D. Hanson, R.
Gross, R. Brown, D. Brook, B. Park, R. Posa, J, Herendeen. Drain, J. Johann, B. Smith, H. Berns, G. Bosch. FOURTH
SECOND ROW: J. Altiere, R. McNutt, D. Pirodsky, R. ROW: Coach J. Augustine.
Brown, R. Ehli, A. Thayer, B. McCrum, W. Brault, L. Hard-
Captain John Maikisch
Altiere and McCrum
L. to R: Coach J. Glacken, P. Rowan, R. Wilson, M. Frank, Capt. B. Tydeman, R. Keller, B. Lutsk, G. Gib-
son, T. Ernst, H. Tibbs, Mgr. D. Klein
Following a season near the bottom of the barrel,
the Freeport hoopsters bounced back and secured a
fourth position in the S.S.A.L. Section l basketball
league, behind Hempstead lla-OJ, Baldwin il-4-23,
and last year's Nassau County Champs, Gceanside
UO-ol. Their loss to Oceanside in the last game of
the season defeated their chances of a berth in the
county tournament. As it was, the hoopsters pulled
out a commendable 9-7 record. Captain Bill Tyde-
man, center, was largely responsible for the losses
suffered by Oceanside, Mepham, East Meadow,
Uniondale and Sevvanhaka. He finished the season
ninth in the County by scoring and averaging almost
20 points per game.
Losing Jerry Jackson and Joel Johnson did
not seem to hinder the boys as their perseverance
and team spirit pulled them out of many a
tight game, seconds before the final buzzer. Next
year appears even more promising with returning
lettermen Mike Frank and Richie Keller - two fair-
sized giants, George Gibson, Ray Wilson and Her-
FIRST ROW: Coach
W Sullivan. SEC-
OND ROW, L. to
R F. Thorpe, D.
McGuire, P. Stol-
berg, A. Starks, G.
Tyson, J. Franklin,
J Tuitt, R. Moore.
FIRST ROW, L. to R: C. Lieppe, F. Randall, A. Ruben, M. McCormack, M. Saltzman, C. Watson
Starks, D. Cardone, J. Stewart, N. Shefferman, A. Rosenbloom, F. Carillo, B. Terry. NOT SHOWN
Mgr. A. Kasof. SECOND ROW: H. Greenberg, B. B. Jackson.
.v. 2 FRosH BASKETBALL
Plagued by the lack of returning J.V. dribblers,
the Freeport Junior Varsity hoopsters were con-
fronted with one major problem - experience, they
simply had none. Rookie Coach Don Borgnine was,
however, proficient in giving the boys necessary
training tor next year.
The hoopsters' overall record for the season was
7-l l, their league record being 6-lO. Leading this
squad were Danny Cardone, Neal Shetferman, Clint
Watson, Mark Saltzman and Jim Stewart.
The up-and-coming treshman team should provide
a boost to the J.V. squad next season. Its 6-4 rec-
ord was the result ot superior players such as Cap-
tain George Gould, Jerry Peisan, John Franklin, Earl
Wade, and Rico Moore.
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KNEELING, L. to R.: A. Munro, S. Krieger, J. Cattano, D. Griffiths. STANDING: Coach W. Joy, B. Henke,
J. Carswell, R. Powell. NOT SHOWN: Capt. B. Harger.
Last year's Riflery yearbook copy ended with an
optimistic prophecy - Hunderclassrnen like Bob Har-
ger, Bob l-lenke, and Jim Carswell insure another
sterling season." This speculation proved surprisingly
true as Freeport's all-winning Rifle Team swept away
its fourth straight Section Eight New York State Pub-
lic High School Athletic Association riflery champion-
ship. The Red Devils ended with 929 points, 442
standing and 487 prone. Freeport also produced the
individual champion for the fourth straight year -
Bob Henke who fired a l9l. Freeport's sharpshoot-
ers have not lost a regular season nor a champion-
ship match since l956. All totaled, the Section Eight
Champions have 69 successive victories to show for
four years, including twelve consecutive titles. As in
past campaigns they have also marched proudly
away as South East Division and South Shore cham-
pions. Don Griffiths' and Ronnie Powell's fine shoot-
ing played no small part in Freeport's outstanding
BOYS' LEADER CORPS
With the shout ot "closs ottention" by one
ot the helptul members of the Boys' Leoder Corps ond'
the subsequent conducting ot three or tour colesthenics,
Mr. Augustine ond Mr. Tuthill, with these indispensoble
The leoders, who ore selected on their gymnostic obili-
ties, leodership, ond chorocter, othciote gomes, per-
form necessory closs demonstrotions, ond conduct the
decothlon tests. For their unselhsh ettorts, they ore cin-
leoders, ore reody to pilot onother well-run gym closs.
nuolly presented with owords,
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ow L to iz., iz, Volpe' D' Lewin li Ditomus. SECOND Theilflsod E. Quick, Coach W' T"'ll'll'
HRSTC3 B rns. T COPOZZON' W' Koellgegmerson L. Harding, A- P' 9 '
ciso, - e ' ' B, Smith, ' '
Nilson, W' Wahl'
Wally ond Walt Pete ond Smitty
Under the able coaching of Randy Powell, the
Freeport keglers, sparked by captain Mike Ber-
man, completed another successful season. Hav-
ing had only two seniors on the team this year
will inevitably pave the way for the up and
coming sophomores and iuniors, Mike Bernstein,
Fred Bloom, Bill Russell, Don Goldsmith, Gary
Post and George Bosch. Anyone who stopped
in at "VVerner's" on Sunrise Highway during the
winter would have seen our boys prove the
popular belief that practice makes perfect.
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FIRST ROW, L. to R: C. Hines, Capt. M. Berman, J. Levitt. SECOND
ROW: M. Bernstein, F. Bloom, B. Russell, Coach R. Powell. NOT
SHOWN: G. Post.
Although Coach Russ Terry's netmen
completed their season with a 5 won, 9
lost record, they have shown the biggest
improvement since the commencement of
tennis at Freeport High tour years ago.
Sparked by Co-Captains Rich Eisman
and Al Haustather, the racketmen white-
washed East Meadow twice 5-O, Levit-
town 4-l, and Southside twice 3-2.
With six lettermen leaving in June, the
responsibility ot holding up the team is
placed upon the shoulders of Mike Bern-
stein and Fred Bloom, the only returning
The handicap, however, felt by this
team in past years due to the lack
T of tennis facilities on the premises will be
removed with the completion of tennis
courts at the new Freeport High School.
FIRST ROW, L. to R: R. Halpern, Capt. A. Housfather, G. Falk. SECOND ROW: Capt.
R. Eisman, F. Bloom, D. Jackson. THIRD ROW: M. Bernstein, Coach R. Terry, R. Mor-
FIRST ROW, L. to R: D. Padgett, K. Doran, J. Turner, E. Barbeau, Watson, D. Cormack, R. Gerzof, B. Ashley K Durkln D Pirod
N- BGSSHCBQ P- EmefS0l'1: B- Olsen: B- TGYlOV: K- CCISSiClyp J. Pa- sky, Coach V. Zuaro. NOT SHOWN: B. Woelfel R Feldman B
welka. SECOND ROW: Assist. Coach H. Natterer, J. Hiller, M. Doran.
Rothstein, P. Wille, T. Doran, B. Smith, A. Homan, E. Elson, B.
This year the Freeport High School
grapplers wrestled their way to their
most successful season to date, winning
ten matches while losing but four. The
team, coached by Vince Zuaro, as it's
been since its onset, was piloted by co-
captains Bob Taylor and Bob Woelfel.
The most outstanding and thrilling match
of the season was Freeport vs. Wantagh.
The match, which could have gone either
way, was finally taken by Freeport as
Bruce Doran pinned his man in the l58
lb. weight class. Other admirable per-
formances were against Baldwin, Suf-
fern, Oceanside, and Uniondale.
Individually, many boys were successful
in post-season tournaments. Neil Baselice
won the championship in his weight class
while Padgett, Pewallca, and Turner
placed second in theirs. Taylor and
Woelfel, in their classes, placed third
and fourth respectively. Coach Zuaro is
looking forward to another successful
season next year when Doran, Baselice,
Olsen, Pewalka, and Pirodsky return.
Taylor in action
Feldman's "double hammer
FIRST ROW, L. to R.: J. Kron, B, Phillips, J. Keleher,
D. Padgett, J. Pappas, K. Doran, B. Woelfel, M. Ver-
socki. SECOND ROW: J. Dunnet, R. Tamara, J. Ca-
rucci, M. Beneville, B. Lambert, R. Vivian, M, Dray, C.
Schorer. THIRD ROW: J. Cardone, B. Greene,
Geyer, R. Hennessy, M. Frank, T. Doran, Coach W.
ln the 1959 season, Freeport turned out another
winning Lacrosse team. Although they did not match
the i2 won - 2 lost record of the i958 La-
crosse team, it must be considered that they lost the
performances of All-Scholastic Charlie Jackson, Ricki
Riccardi, Dick Finley, and Tom Donnelly. Leading the
team last year were Captain Richie Nathan and All-
Scholastic John Pappas. The victories
last year can be attributed only to the hard work
and determination displayed by each and every
With a tull slate returning in the '60 season,
a most successful record is anticipated.
Lacrosse seniors - L. to R.:
J. Keleher, B, Phillips, K
Doran, B. Woelfel, J. Kronf
J. Carucci, B. Lambert, D
Padgett, J. Pappas.
FIRST ROW, L- to R: Coach J. Augustine, P. Segall, R. Posa, D.
Klein, L. Johnson, R. Ehli, R. Fenyo, SECOND ROW: E. Zafonte,
R. Cossio, R. Croasdale, E. Kennedy, R. Vivian, G. Bosch, J.
Flint, J. Ringer. THIRD ROW: B. McCrum, R. Greene, A. Good-
ridge, B. Lutsk, J. Reis, R. Michealson, R. Barchas, B. Smith.
FOURTH ROW: A. Scheer, L. Zafonte, P. Bowers, M. Nierman,
5. Barasch, H. Berns, S. Brown, B. Mapes. FIFTH ROW: R. Saun-
ders, S. Cleary, R. Beneville, P. Diamond, J. Maikisch, J, Tucker,
R. Phillips, B. Caldiero, G. Krummenacker, B. Kress.
TRACK 8 FIELD
To be undefeated in dual competition for four
years, cop first place in the mile in both the Section
l and the South Shore Championships, and finish
first as part of an all-star relay team in the Inter-
sectional lstatel Meet all require some pretty fan-
tastic running. Jim Tucker, a truly remarkable run-
ner and probably one of Freeport's all-time best, if
not the best, is the proud owner of all these honors.
The team's 7-4 record indicated that although
strong in track, it was weak in field events, Coach
John Augustine was exceptionally proud of co-cap-
tains Jim Tucker and Ernie Zafonte, as well as Steve
Cleary, "Whitey" Kress, Bob Vivian, Leo Zafonte,
Rich Saunders, and John Maikisch, the body of the
team, for the consistency in their running. In the
South Shore Relays, Freeport set a record which un-
doubtedly will stand for a number of years. In dual
meets Freeport's middle distance runners took 40 out
of 48 possible places.
They're oft and running!
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Coach Winston Tuthill's batmen were plagued by the
loss of almost The entire Varsity Squad. Since this sea-
son was considered a "building-up year," next year's
team should produce a more successful record. Among
The returning lettermen will be Bill Tydeman and Dave
Goldman behind The mound and John Hiller at The
FIRST ROW, L. to R: P. Emerson, M
Bluestein, R. Kinberg, Coach W. Tut
hill. SECOND ROW: W. Wahl, J. Ep
stein, W. Tydeman, D. Goldman.
other end. The J.V. Baseball Team,under The coaching
of Len Flelschner, completed a more successful season
producing such candidates for next year's Team as
Denny Durland, Arnie Leap, Jack Moran, Don Gold-
smith, and Messrs. Matthew and Jack McCormack.
J. V. Baseball
FIRST ROW, L. to R: D. Goldsmith, A. Arenella. SECOND ROW:
C. Voss, P. Goclt, B. Mossman. THIRD ROW: M. Shefferman, M.
Berman, J. Moran.
FIRST ROW, L. To R: S. Scotti, F. Carillo, A.
Kasof, R. Hauser. SECOND ROW: H. Eltas, B.
Jerram, P. Stolberg, J. Cosenza. THIRD ROW: J.
McGoey, R. Terry, My Rothstein, R. Warnke.
Trophy Case at Old F. H. S
FIRST ROW, L. to R: M. Albanese, J. A. Abatemarco, M.
Anselmo, E, Albanese, E. Ambrose, L. Baer, Miss Beckley.
SECOND ROW: C. Baldassarre, T. Adkins, P. Aiken, R.
Ardsfon, E. Beebe, B. Barclay, P. Abel, J. Andruscavage.
THIRD ROW: D. Altiere, J. Bassewitz, F. Balclni, J. Andrews,
P. Barnes, S. Abbatiello, R. Baardsen. FOURTH ROW: J.
Barrett, J. Alexander, L. Ahders, S, Alecksynas, S. Ain, K.
Barnett, H. Bassler. NOT SHOWN: L. Adkins, K. Blie.
SEVE TH GRADE
FIRST ROW, L. to R: E. Brambach, A. Bronin, L. Bierweiler, A.
Blair, K, Birkel, J. Bicket, Mr. Merk. SECOND ROW: A.
Bricker, C. Berner, E. Bohlen, L. Boolhack, l. Berman, E. Brill,
G. Behlen. THIRD ROW: L. Bothe, C. Brewer, K. Blake, S.
Berge, J. Blum, R. Blanco, M. Berkowitz, A. Brauner. FOURTH
ROW: A. Berg, P. Boyle, R. Biscardi, E. Boschen, D. Beyer-
bach, R. Briggs, J. Brose. NOT SHOWN: R. Briggs.
FIRST ROW, L. to R: Mrs. Cramer, J. Carlson, T. Browning, G.
Caplan, L. Brown, N. Chen, E. Carlin. SECOND ROW: A.
Burdette, G. Brown, M. Cervini, P. Chuzi, J. Chobot, A.
Campione, G. Brown. THIRD ROW: T. Celentano, J. Bryan,
FIRST ROW, L. to R: Mrs. Dewing, C. Conahan, T. Croasdale,
M. Costello, W. Cook, R. Clougher, D. Cormock. SECOND
ROW: N. Clewner, T. Colasonto, L. Clark, R. Ciufytrecla, J.
Combs, S. Dalton, F. Delany. THIRD ROW: J. Cunningham,
C, Carroll, J. Cavalcant, R. Cesta, J. Brown, L. Butler, J.
Butler. FOURTH ROW: R. Chimeri, J. Canapary, J. Brown, J.
Campese, R. Carri, C. Chirrick, W. Carman.
W. Collins, M. Davidson, T. Collins, L. DeGroff, J, Daube, J.
Croasdale, R. Dandona. FOURTH ROW: R. Clement, B.
Corozza, G. Corso, S. Davis, J. Deas, C. Ciartello, A. Cook.
Homeroom 23 I
FIRST ROW, L. to R: K. Egan, L. Eschwege, M. Donnelly, J.
Deniston, J, Edelstein, R. Diehl, Mrs. Stravin. SECOND ROW:
L. DeLuca, C. Dovel, A. Enstad, J. Dunne, J. Dielrich, N. A.
DiGiacomo, A, Edwards. THIRD ROW: R. DiTomas, E. Devine,
FIRST ROW, L. to R: R. Feustel, H. Foster, P. Fasano, A.
Fischer, L. Glade, B. Gittlitz, Mr. Pollard. SECOND ROW: S.
Friedland, J. Gallacher, P. Farrell, R. Ferdinand, L. Furtado,
M. A. Ficaro, A. Ferriola, R. Foglietta, C. Freitag. THIRD
G. Evans, S. Endres, B. Ellison, E. Dudas, N. DiPreta, J
Epstein, C. Dudley. FOURTH ROW: C. Durland, J. Donato,
D. Engeholm, R. Dickerman, G. Eklund, R. deLutio, M
Eckstein, J. Elster. NOT SHOWN: L. Domaschevich.
ROW: S. Goodhue, J. Gilmour, S. Frost, D. Grasing, B
Fletcher, B. Ford, G. Goodman, A. Feiner. FOURTH ROW: C
Goldstein, N. George, A. Geyer, G. Franklin, C. Gederberg
F. Ferrara, R. Freeman, S. Fox.
FIRST ROW, L. 'fo R: Mrs. Javorsky, R. Haase, S. Helfand, G.
Halvorsen, G. Guerriero, R. Henry, J. Guilford. SECOND
ROW: V. Harrall, A. Grosser, D. Hanssen, G. Herman, R.
Halpern, M. Heller. THIRD ROW: A. Gritmon, R. Harding, C.
FIRST ROW, L. to R: Mr. Joy, T. Horlick, T. JOWOFOWSKI, E.
Hornbeck, B. Johnsfon, D. Hueglin, G. Jackson. SECOND
ROW: J. Holt, C. A. Hoda, G. Johnsen, H. Holmes, S. lrvvin,
J. Jenkins, P. Holley. THIRD ROW: E. Hutchinson, V. lndrizzo,
Grnmon, C. Hansen, D. Hedin, S. Hall, P. Haflield. FOURTH
ROW: T. Gray, A. Greer, J. Griemsmann, L. Henry, P.
Heinrich, K. Greene, V. Hemeke. NOT SHOWN: D. Harmon.
C. Johnson, G. Holmes, M, Ingenifo, J. Hurd, E. Ireland.
FOURTH ROW: C. Holland, B. Holbrook, K. Hodson, C.
Jenneffe, J. Hobbs, V. Hernandez, G. John. NOT SHOWN: E.
Horsey, K. Huse, L. lnglima.
FIRST ROW, L. to R: J. Kirby, J. Johnston, J. Kennedy, Z.
Kruze, L. Katz, P. Kay, Mrs. Hegmann. SECOND ROW: S.
Kantrowitz, H. Kortright, P. Kalagias, B. Kihl, J. Kahf, V.
Kennedy, P. Landau, R. Kempton, R. Kreyl. THIRD ROW: S.
FIRST ROW, L. to R: Mrs. Buley, P. Lewis, T. Lisa, L. Mahler,
J, Lehman, D. Levin, L. Magnuson. SECOND ROW: J. Levy,
J. Marshall, M. LaRocco, C. Maier, D. Lemmey, J. Lehr, P.
Lazzara, T. Leftenant. THIRD ROW: N. Lantor, A. Lieppe,
Kimmel, S. Krolick, J. Klar, P. Klotz, W. Kuc, D. Kochanski, N
Knothe, l. Klowas, L. Kay. FOURTH ROW: M. Klages, P. Kyle
C. Keller, S. Kalin, S. Kellock, C. Langehans, P. Kelly, D
H, Larkin, W. Livingston, D. Lewis, N. Mallimo, F. Lewis, J.
Lords, L. Layton. FOURTH ROW: B. Lemus, G. Machin, B.
Lugrin, J. Lisi, D. Lieberman, R. Manser, D. Lather, G. Tyson.
....,,,.- . , - 91
Homeroom I 32
FIRST ROW, L. to R: J. McKeever, D. Mortine, J. Miller, J.
Millang, T. Martine, G. Miller, Miss Elstad. SECOND ROW:
M. L. Mclnish, T. McGinnis, P. Meringolt, D. Miller, B. Miller,
E. Millang, W. McGuire. THIRD ROW: JE McGrorty, J.
FIRST ROW, L. to R: Mrs. Fischel, H. Morris, T. Morano, S.
Morck, C. Muller, K. Olsen, T. Mifthauer. SECOND ROW: J.
Montello, L. Norris, B. Mulvey, S. O'Malley, S, Mowdy, C.
Moretti, I. Minei, E. Ness. THIRD ROW: M. Miller, R. Mitchell,
I W, f MJ. ,
Mercer, A. McManus, E. Martin, L. Mazey, F. McKenna, G
McCIosky, B. Melnick. FOURTH ROW: N. Meyer, K. Metz
G. McCann, B. McCrum, B. Meacl, J. McKeown, M. Men
dozen, M. McCauley.
H. Nelson, J. Novotny, D. Napoli, R. Murphy, J. Nuzzo.
FOURTH ROW: R. Muro, J. Nichols, J. Morrissey, C. Murphy,
P. Muscovitz, W. Mills, K, Nykanen.
Homeroom I 34
FIRST ROW, L. To R: Mr. Renken, B. Pollock, G. Paolantonio,
D. Pappas, J. Perico, M. Penfa, R. Porfesy. SECOND ROW:
N. Pirodsky, W. Poland, G. Pappas, J. A. Park, W. Pollock,
G. Pimenfel, A. Piscioffa, P. Panfalis, M. Pelliccia. THIRD
ROW: N. Poole, C. Probeck, S. Petiersson, J. Owens, H.
Homeroom I 35
FIRST ROW, L. fo R: J. Randolph, J. Rose, J. A. Reinhard, K.
Russell, D. Purnhagen, K. Reback, Mr. Burns. SECOND
ROW: V. Ruggero, J. Rerecich, F. Roehrig, P. Rothamel, M.
Ruppe, E. Regan, N. Riley, B. Rokaw, M. Reed. THIRD ROW:
Pinckney, T. Potowski, K. Priesf, R. Osfrander. FOURTH ROW:
W. Place, R. Pacifico, D. Pikula, S. Pe'rrovifs,'J. Piofrowski,
E. Ozolins, M. O'Reilly, R. Pierson, A. Porfale. NOT SHOWN-
A. Rizzo, L. Rodriguez, H. Rose, R. Rothman, D. Russer, L. Rom,
M. Roper, R. Ross. FOURTH ROW: J. Raynor, R. Rudolf, P
Randall, S. Rossman, R. Rigoulof, L. Rofhkranz, L. Rice, P
I ,U ff
Homeroom I 36
FIRST ROW, L. to R: Mr. Kaplan, W. Shanahan, A. Schmidt,
J. Schoonmaker, R. Schade, J. Sattertielcl, D. Sigmond.
SECOND ROW: N. Shea, M. Shapiro, L, Saltzman, R.
Scheuer, J. Schar, R. Schacher, C. Scoville, T. Seaman.
Homeroom I 37
FIRST ROW, L. to R: Mr. Pike, H. Strutin, V. Spivey, W.
Stoner, W. Storz, J. Smith, W. Skidmore. SECOND ROW: E.
Smith, D. Spinetta, L. Spillane, K. Stebner, M. Simson, G.
Sparling, W. Smith, D. Singer. THIRD ROW: L. Spitz, R. Smith,
THIRD ROW: J. Schulman, L. Shufer, N. Sarro, A. Silipo, T.
Saczynski, P. Schultz, R, Sell, J. Schecker. FOURTH ROW: C.
Scarnati, W. Simon, M. Silverman, R. Samuels, M. Saxon, L.
Schwartz, C. Simpson, W. Sanclbrook.
B. Solomon, J. Starace, M. Skoutakis, W, Stern, A. Smith.
FOURTH ROW: P. Stratton, S. Giancontieri, A. Sternberg,
M. E. Stolberg, M. Stratton, M. Smith, H. Smith, L. Starks.
Homeroom I I 0
FIRST ROW, L. to R: Mr. Etkind, J. Taylor, J. Vagts, R. Velten,
W. Trentacoste, R. Thau, A. Thomas. SECOND ROW: R.
Valenti, J. Swenson, J. Tsang, J. Verity, A. Vetter, P. Thomas,
D. Tepke, N. Tocknell. THIRD ROW: R. Tuitt, D. Trauber, O.
Homeroom I I2
FIRST ROW, L. to R: S. Yourn, J. Whelan, A. Veziris, L. Yee,
L. Weiss, A. Wallerstein, Miss Kast. SECOND ROW: R.
Zeltman, J. Vogel, P. Wright, E. Weiner, M. Warner, E.
Washington, J. Whitmore, R. Watson. THIRD ROW: G. M.
Sweezey, K. Sullivan, V. Thomopoulos, J. Tocknell, I. Ulmer
C. Tyson. FOURTH ROW: D. Vandergucht, B. Uhl, A. Torres
F. Versocki, J. Van Nostrand, N. Talbot, C. Venza, R. Tallent
Zammit, L. Weiler, R. Williams, E. Weitz, R. Warshavsky, J
Zenewitz, R. Vogel, J. Wiener. FOURTH ROW: M. Wendel-
boe, M. Williams, P. 'Yekel, W. Warfield, B. Wallace, J
Vivian, D. Wright, R. Versocki. NOT SHOWN: P. Zarnoch.
Art 8 Cit. Ed. 8
Miss Robertson Miss Clowes
Waiting for Afternoon Session
General Language Algebra
Mr. Cazzetta Mrs. Bauer
FIRST ROW, L. to R: Mrs. Burns, L. Boatie, P. Brown, B. Daye,
B. Briggs, E. Deniston, C. Ciraolo. SECOND ROW: A.
Bretz, J. Braverman, M. Alcorn, J. Addison, J. Anderson, J.
Brown, A. Cosenza, M. Baldwin. THIRD ROW: L. Carnival,
M. A. Crispyn, N. Castle, M. Bocchiaro, S. Baxter, S. Barbeau,
K. Ambrose, A. Carrington, P. Cervini, M. Birgenthal.
FIRST ROW, L. to R: R. Brown, R. Caesar, B. Carlton, S. Cohen,
R. Brown, S. Ciraolo, Mr. Tuthill. SECOND ROW: A. Baxter,
C. Crutchfield, R. Arenella, J. Baumann, P. Cook, A. Becker,
E. Boyle, L. Amatulli, V. Bolling, N. Berman. THIRD ROW: F.
Baehr, T. Cullen, D. D'Auria, R. Atkinson, B. Brocld, G.
Caracappa, J. Cavaco, D. Burke, F. Amentler, B. Hill, A.
FOURTH ROW: J. Cornish, C. Devereaux, D. Burnett, L.
Bindefeld, P. Collins, C. A. Danzi, P. Carbaugh, M. Carroll,
C. Cotter, L. Bloom. FIFTH ROW: S. Bernstein, C. Baumann,
J. Crevoiserat, S, Blush, K. Boltrek, H. Bush, C. Armstrong, S
Cruickshank, M. Burke, M. Cook. NOT SHOWN: B. Carman,
Corretty. FOURTH ROW: F. Chabot, A. Capozzoli, D, Borel-
Ia, W. Baloington, S. Berg, R. Burtis, D. Berg, R. Cooke, M
Bolger, P. Beniamin, K. Cowan. FIFTH ROW: G. Cruger, K
Burrowei, R. Deem, J. DeVito, P. Cavanagh, L. Cook, E
Balfe, J. Arch, R, Deniston, S. Beneville, R. Christotters.
Homeroom IOI Mr. Teich
FIRST ROW, L. to R: Mr. Teich, L. Fishel, A. Fink, G, Fox, A. T. Falb, A. Durkin, C. Dunne, G. Ferrara, K. Durand, E. Evans.
Feinsilber, R. Daft, R. Evans. SECOND ROW: T. Doucet, J. FOURTH ROW: R. Evans, R. Donaldson, J. Flinn, J. Franklin,
Dudley, E. Dickerman, R. Farrell, J. Ferdinand, L. From, S. M. Fedak, M. DiPreta. NOT SHOWN: D. Dilsner, M. Esposito.
Erlandsen, D. Fleischer. THIRD ROW: A. Farber, A, Ellison,
Homeroom IO2 Mr. Newton
FIRST ROW, L. to R: J. Furman, M. Glenz, J. Frazier, P. Garrison, R. Giannuzzi, J. Freeman, H. Frost, M. Gelling, J.
Gigliello, G. Gissel, R. Furlong, Mr. Newton. SECOND ROW: Goeb. FOURTH ROW: C, Gillard, M. A. Gilliard, B, Frederick,
J. Friedman, M. Gogliano, U. Galant, G. Geraci, J. Garra- S. Glover, D. Glass, R, Garrett.
way, S. Friedman, S. Gilner. THIRD ROW: J. Gagliardi, C.
FIRST ROW, L. To R: Mrs. Woodcock, C. Grempel, L. Guzzo,
K. Halpern, L. Greenberg, D. Halliwell, N. Gormezano.
SECOND ROW: R. Greenberg, R. Grossman, E. Goldman, D.
Greenblaff, G. Haberle, R. Haynes, A. Grimpel. THIRD ROW:
Homeroom I O4
FIRST ROW, L. To R: J. Huesfis, R. Himmelfarb, B. Hitfner, C.
Hetzel, M. Jacobson, s. Israel. sEcoND ROW: L. Hill, E.
Johnson, A. Hyman, P. Howard, C. Johnson, C. Hyams,
S. Hopkins, C. Hueglin. THIRD ROW: R. Hubschmitf, L. Ioli,
J, Jenkins, H. Jacobson, M. Johnson, K. Humsjo, L.
B. L, Healy, W. Gregor, J. A. Gronim, D. Heitkamper, W.
Grabowski, M. Gommlich, A. Halvorsen, N. Heller. FOURTH
ROW: P. Harr, P. Healy, A. Greene, T. Henry, G. Hanson, N.
Guiharcl, P. Gress. NOT SHOWN: S. Greene.
Henwoocl, R. Jackson. FOURTH ROW: E. Humes, W. Hosen-
dove, G. Holley, R. HoHman, C. Johnson, E. Hefrick, A.
Immoor. NOT SHOWN: Mrs. Birgenfhal, L. Hibshman, W.
Homeroom I O7
FIRST ROW, L. to R: Mr. Crisafulli, D, Keslow, J. Killorin, F.
Kaminsky, N. Kesin, W. Kearney, R. Krueger, SECOND ROW:
F. Kapeasesky, M. Klaes, C. Kelly, L. Krut, E. Kalman, J.
Kelly, V. Kropp, A. Klubinski, Z. Kondrafievs. THIRD ROW: L.
FIRST ROW, L. to R: A. Lombard, P. Longenecker, J. Lisi, B.
Lefkowifz, W. Lee, A. Lavgren, Mr. Kennedy. SECOND ROW:
M. Leone, B. Larson, G. Laricos, S, Leiter, J. Landman, A.
Kreischer, P. Kopper, A. Kafusha, J. Knoeller, M. Kelly, L.
Jones, F. Johnston, D. Keller. FOURTH ROW: R. Konecny, W.
Koppel, R. Kirk, R. Knothe, P. Johnson, T. Kelleher, N. Judwin,
Levy. THIRD ROW: E. Louro, B. Levy, S. Lords, J. Langen, D.
Lacy, D. Lopafo. FOURTH ROW: K. Loeffler, L. Lanz, C. Leffa-
kis, J. Liebler, R. Lanz, M. Leach.
FIRST ROW, L. To R: Mr. Sharp, O. Marrin, S. Markowitz, J.
Matuza, R. Lyke, J. McDonald, J. Mauersberger. SECOND
ROW: K. Mahlsfeclf, H. MacDonald, J. Luna, R. Mapes, D.
Lowenfhal, J, Lovgren, M. McGoey. THIRD ROW: L. McGinnis,
Homeroom I I I
FIRST ROW, L. 'to R: E. McVey, R. Miller, S. Mitthauer, K.
Meinking, H. Meyer, Mr. McElroy. SECOND ROW: E.
Moskowitz, B. Moore, R. Mohr, K. Migdol, S. Moran, N.
Moore, S. Moralez. THIRD ROW: L. Monfross, M. Miller, S.
P. Loze, J. A. Makin, P. Mack, E. McGuirk, J. McDougall, B
Lufsk. FOURTH ROW: J. Lucente, R. Manvell, P. Mass, N
Mazey, D. McGuire, G. Maynes, J. Martin. NOT SHOWN: P
Masferson, J. Mafulich, E. McCreory.
Michealsen, W. Meyers, R. Moore, M. Moro, B. Midgefie.
FOURTH ROW: R. Meyers, C. Muller, C. Murphy, A. Muller,
R. Mulligan, L. Mills. NOT SHOWN: A. Morefti, N. McManus.
Homeroom I I 5
FIRST ROW, L. to R: E. O'Brien, T. Otto, J, Norton, W. Peairs,
E. Paffinos, B. Murray, Mrs. Bauer. SECOND ROW: B. Perers,
E. Phillips, T. Naidoa, M. Patterson, D. Nelson, D. Noll, L.
Osfrow, J. Petersen. THIRD ROW, B. O'ReiIley, C. O'Reilley,
Homeroom I I6
FIRST ROW, L, To R1 Miss Lovelass, G. Pros, R. Prichard, A.
Resnick, M. Rabinowifz, J. Primavera, D. Posa. SECOND
ROW: R. Pilatsky, E, Ragones, R. Rizzo, M. Pisciofta, N.
Plotkin, C. Reader, B. Ray, M. Rickerf. THIRD ROW: R. A.
M, Penney, L. Pesca, T. Naidoo, B. A. Perez, A. Newman.
FOURTH ROW: L. Odell, C. Panagos, R. Murray, M. Pfister,
F. Paz, D. Newman, R, Mufel.
Ringer, S. Rasp, T. Picardal, J. Redwood, J. Price, G. Riccardi,
N. Phillips, G. Prunty. FOURTH ROW: C. Polfhoff, D. Post, J.
Provenzano, R. Powell, L, Powell, M. Quinn, E. Quich. NOT
SHOWN: P. Rhodes.
Homeroom I I7 Miss Marks
FIRST ROW, L. to R: C. Sanclak, R. Rush, G. Ross, E. Ryclberg, L. Rolnick, D. Saunders, J. Rosenberg, M. Sanguigni, D.
A. Schanz, J. Scharmann, Miss Marks. SECOND ROW: L. Schieber. FOURTH ROW: M. Rogers, K. Rommel, L. Rothamel,
Samuels, N. Scheman, J. Ruland, J. Ruger, W. Ruben, M. D. Roth, S. Scammon, P. Rosenzweig, D. Roberts. NOT
Scalisi, W. Roenbeck. THIRD ROW: R. Ruggero, L. Rousseau, SHOWN: A. Rosmarin.
Homeroom I I 8 Mr. Passes
FIRST ROW, L. to R: Mr. Posses, R. Singer, J. Slattery, D. E. Smith, l. Simmons, C. Simson, A. Smith, D. Schuster, K.
Skinner, E. Smith, B. Schlachter, P. Schwartz. SECOND ROW: Siegel, J. Schmidt. FOURTH ROW: M. Shapiro, P. Seldes, S.
B. Schuh, L. Schubert, C. Smits, S. Segall, C. Shefferman, H. Siglain, R. Sheldon, E, Schrody, E. Slattery, J. Silipo. NOT
Shapiro, B. Schiller, K. Schultz. THIRD ROW: R. Schmilowitz, SHOWN: P. Smith.'
Homeroom I I 9
FIRST ROW, L. to R: E. Stompf, J. Sweeney, H. Thol, P.
Terry, C. Sfein, G. Soklin, Mr. McLellon. SECOND ROW: M.
Sweeney, L. Sutton, S. Supino, R. Sperling, C. Spinoccio, S.
Solmonsolwn, R. Sporling. THIRD ROW: R. Torulli, G. Steigert,
Homeroom I 20
FIRST ROW, L. To R: Mr. Montgomery, P. Volpe, E. Vorbeck,
H. Townsend, L. Woldmcn, F. Volenti, P. Unger. SECOND
ROW: P. Tyrrell, R. Vorone, L. Von De Wofer, W. Vondeff,
C. Tschuschke, J. Voiles, J. Verlin, T. Woitzfelder. THIRD
9 -.1 -
3 , r
L. Tickner, S. Snyder, D. Sweezy, C. Solm. FOURTH ROW: J.
Soufhord, A. Sulok, D. Sfonchi, T. Sfosiclwin, J. Stevens, F.
ROW: M. Wolsh, S. Wolters, P. Tobio, T. Volenfi, H. Tomos-
zewski, M. Townsend, F. Utz. FOURTH ROW: E. Wade, W.
Word, W. Tree, R. Warfield, R. Woinz, J. Townsend, J. TUIH.
NOT SHOWN: W. Viviun.
Homeroom I2 I
FIRST ROW, L. To R: F. Wiener, P. Wolcler, A. Young, G.
Wofson, J. Washington, M. Zezimo, Miss Clowes. SECOND
ROW: A. Ycick, S. Willig, N. Wiley, C. Willus, K. Wollemcm,
S. Wood, K. Wood. THIRD ROW: P. Wciffenmcxker, H.
Whrifenour, W. Worden, R. Wesley, M. Zepess, W. Zorchy, G.
Woisin, D. Winge. FOURTH ROW: Y. Willey, S. Wick, A.
Wieck, W. Winter, W. Yohnker, K. Wisfubcl, E. Witf. NOT
SHOWN: C. Ycmover, L. Zozzoro.
Mr. Gorman's Class
FIRST ROW, L. fo R: D. Rhodes, J. Washington, E. Scanlon, THIRD ROW! P. BOlQe1', 5- FlSCl16TfO, R- MOV0, D- Smells, V
C, Jones, A. Patrick, Mr. Gorman. SECOND ROW: J. Worthy, Lindsfrom, S. Moran, E. Mulligan. NOT SHOWN: J. Greco, V
A. Back, M, Devincenzo, C. Schuls, L. Bryant, R. Freund. Spivey.
"'f v- , .,
vgij lv .
Mr. Kraus' Class
FIRST ROW, L. to R: S. Taino, l, Fischeffo, C. Hillman, Mr. Kraus. SECOND ROW: F. Johnson, B. Hidalgo,
J. Hay, R. Compese. NOT SHOWN: L. Lindsfrom.
Mrs. Ramsey's Class
FIRST ROW, L. To R: Mrs. Ramsey, A. Crispyn, R. Flscheffo, C. Williams, E. Carey. SECOND ROW: A
Saswory, C. Gioglio, J. Kramer, B. Crippen, C. Mueller, J. Goess. THIRD ROW: M. Mouser, E. Carman
H. Jlnks, D. Carter, D. Winne.
Mr. Robert Teich
President Vice-President Secretary
Margie Taylor Carol Bishop Nancy Akst
Treasurer Social Secretary G,O, Repregenfqfive
Bill Watson Barbara Edwards Tobi Field
FIRST ROW, L. To R: N. Aksf, C. Beverson, M. L. Bangs, J.
Berman, M. J. Bauer, Mr. Borgnine. SECOND ROW: R. Ad-
shead, J. Bennefter, M. Abrams, J. Abreu, M. Amatulli, L.
Anderson, B. Barasch. THIRD ROW: V. Ashby, H. Bailey, S.
Biffar, A. Albanese, F. Bencivenga, G. Berns. FOURTH ROW
R. Abrash, D. Anderson, J. Adams, T. Bannon. NOT SHOWN
G. Ambrose, N. Baldwin, E. Bernsfein.
FIRST ROW, L. To R: Miss Woodsum, W. Caldwell, M. Cole-
man, B. Blumenfhal, P. Bonner. SECOND ROW: J. Byrne,
P. Breihof, P. Bifcon, L. Brindamour, G. Bracco, R. Brophy.
THIRD ROW: R. Brefz, C. Bishop, C. Boriss, S. Bogden, N.
Burghardf, I, Bussanich, W. Byrne. FOURTH ROW: D. Cal
diero, B. Brown, B. Bushell, L. Brown, H. Brose, N. Brown
NOT SHOWN: B. Bledsoe, B. Bradly.
Homeroom I 26 Mr. Pesca
Cohen, K, Cunningham, R. Corwin, J. Carocappa. SECOND
ROW: J. Caruso, B. Chunko, M. Constant, J. Carucci, J. Cro-
mer, B. Carlisle. THIRD ROW: K. Close, W. Collins, F. Cooke,
FIRST ROW, L. To R: J. Daniello, S. Diiiberner, J, DiGio
vanni, P. Doran, C. Delaney, Miss Damis. SECOND ROW
J. Diehl, R. Duclo, K. Durkin, R. Declrick, D. Dougherty, F
D'Ambra. THIRD ROW: W. Eagle, L. DiTomas, P. Edelman,
A. Cardinale, P. Chipouras, R. Ciuflreda. FOURTH ROW: C.
Carswell, A. Carri, A. Chrisfensen, H. G. Coleman, E. Carlin,
M. Coleman. NOT SHOWN: D. Chafiin.
S. DeCarion, R. Diaz, R. Davis. FOURTH ROW: J. Danclona,
J. Daller, S. Defko, C. DeVito, D. DeGroFf, J. Debernardo.
NOT SHOWN: R. Dillon, J. DiRoimondo.
FIRST ROW, L. To R: M. Fenyo, M. A. Fefcho, E. Galala, M.
Fleischman, l. Garbo, Mr. Valentino. SECOND ROW: D.
Fischer, G. Enz, J. Elder, B. Feldman, L. Frazier, K, Gela.
THIRD ROW: M. Fulfon, A. Ferrara, W, Enciso, B. Feustel,
FIRST ROW, L. To R: Mr. Sullivan, P. Hanley, B. Hansen, M.
Geraghfy, S. Harrison, R. Groome. SECOND ROW: C, Hass,
C. Grosser, G. Guerriero, J. Grace, G. Gullman. THIRD
ROW: M. Gilliard, K. Hausfafher, R. Grossman, J. Hedin, R.
N. Eisensladf, R. Esclwwege, B. Edwards, T. Field. FOURTH
ROW: R. Farmlett, G. Gelling, P. Frank, R. Garfield, J. Fi-
ordiliso, T. Evans, F. Ferris. NOT SHOWN: E. Ferranfe.
Hatfield, D. Goodhue. FOURTH ROW: S. Goodman, B. Glass,
J. Grifmon, G. Gould. T. Gilligan. NOT SHOWN: W. Han
del, S. Harlenfels, M. Gubif, A. Glover.
Homeroom 2 I I
FIRST ROW, L, fo R: Mr. Cazzerfa, S. Henry, S. Irvine, K.
Inglis, G. Johnston. SECOND ROW: R. Jennison, J. Homer,
E. Holley, E. Jciworowski, J. Howell. THIRD ROW: F. Jones,
Homeroom 2 I 2
FIRST ROW, L. to R: Miss Spelman, R. Kelley, R. LaBarbera,
K. Lauckhardt, K, Key, M. G. Kraus. SECOND ROW: E.
Kinirons, P. Key, B. Kennedy, M, Kelly, M. Kraemer, D. Ko-
posesky. THIRD ROW: E. Kusky, A. Klein, E. Kelly, K. Lam-
N. Heifmann, B. Heinz, L. Karcher, S. Homan. FOURTH
ROW: A. Holzmacher, G. Holley, M. Irwin, W. Jackson G
Hoyt. NOT SHOWN. L. Joerger, H. Johnston, F. Joyner
perl, E. Krieger, B. A. Lafham. FOURTH ROW: J. Kenny
B. Kramer, A. Klein, J. Kron, L. Lee, L, Larkin. NOT SHOWN
P. A. King, D. Kimmelman.
Homeroom 2 I 3 Mr. Kelly
FIRST ROW, L. to R: Mr. Kelly, D. Loflnk, T. Ludwig
D. Marks, R. Mayberry, R. Martin, T. Mallin. SECOND ROW
R. McClain, J, Lobl, P. Marshall, C. Lomangino, L. LoPresto, D. McCann. NOT SHOWN. S. Lehman,
V. Lombard. THIRD ROW: R. Martin, J. Maikisch, V. Lee,
Homeroom 2l4 Mr. Jordan
, M. McCabe, D. Mauersberger, E. Martinez. FOURTH ROW
: R. MacDougall, D. Lerner, E. Leonard, P. Lichtiger, S. Lee
FIRST ROW, L. to R: Mr. Jordan, R. Oshinski, M. Orobello, Mclnish, J. McCrum, M. Nunnenkamp, P. Moran. FOURTH
R. Mercurio, P. O'Neil. SECOND ROW: A. Meltzer, K. O'Leary, ROW: G. Meekins, J. McGoey, W. Newman, J. Mulvey, B.
C. Mooney, P- MOf1'fl9l, l-- MUSCI4- THIRD ROW! G- MIFUS, A- Nugent. NOT SHOWN: R. Melito, R. Miller, B. Molese.
' ,ff'k ff J L
Homeroom 2 I 7 Mrs. Pollack
FIRST ROW, L. to R: A. Pierson, P. Pisano, A. Reilly, J. Pallas,
D. Quick, Mrs. Pollack, SECOND ROW: D. Parisette, J. A.
Ranish, D. Paul, A. Rivierzo, C. Rerecich, M. A. Portale.
THIRD ROW: G. Pauze, P, Paftinos, L. Piperno, D, Prichard,
FIRST ROW, L. to R: Mr. O'Connor, M. Scaley, R. Rubin,
C. Sarch, R. Schoemmell. SECOND ROW: J. Rizzotti, G. San-
ders, F. Schneider, M. Rosenblum, I. Ryan, D. Rubie.
THIRD ROW: J. Roberts, M, Saylor, D. Rose, E. Schmidt,
R. Poska, J. Owens, R. Rice. FOURTH ROW: S. Preziosi, L
Reeh, G. Pesca, F, Pallas, N. Plant, J. Rasmussen, R. Perrell,
P. Reinhard. NOT SHOWN: J. Rinaldo.
L, Scheman, C. Rykert. FOURTH ROW: M. Ruland, F. Saylor
R. Schmidt, J. Russell, R. Ross, A. Robb. NOT SHOWN: V
Russo, A. Saxon.
Homeroom 22 I
FIRST ROW, L. to R: N. Smith, G. Soper, B. Schultz, J. Spitz,
E. Slivu, D. Slivcl, Miss Moran. SECOND ROW: F. Schwone-
wede, T. Sherman, I, Seldes, W, Schoen, S. Smith, E. Skid-
more. THIRD ROW: J, Strassle, P. Stowell, C. Smith, D. Stout,
FIRST ROW, L. to R1 Miss Bird, C. Vollet, J. Truver, J. Teiese,
V. Thaler. SECOND ROW: L. Sweezey, A. Todd, M. Truch-
tenburg, V. Treolc, B. Voelker, A. Taylor. THIRD ROW: J.
C. Scopinich, E, Smith, H. Smith. FOURTH ROW: A. Starks,
P. Stolberg, J. Spcirling, J. Sigloin, S, Smith, J. Stork. NOT
SHOWN. R. Soglicizzo,
Tobio, L. Tcxrry, E. Teller, L. Vernon, L. Vernon, M, Taylor
FOURTH ROW: R. Turellu, G. Swanson, A. The-iss, H. Stumpt
J Homeroom 224 Mrs. Rhoads
FIRST ROW, L. to R: Mrs. Rhoads, L. Zimmerman, J. Wolis, R. Weston, V. White, N. Wilson, J. Zimmermon, W. Watson
V. Wrann, S. Waddell. SECOND ROW: R. Volpe, D. Wright, M. Washington. FOURTH ROW: S. White, V. Warm, L
B. Waters, B. Weed, L. Wolleman, S, Young. THIRD ROW: Young, J. Yeno, N. Wright. NOT SHOWN: S, Zaikowski.
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English I Latin I
Miss Buckovich Mr. Kelly
Elementary Business-Miss Coogen
Miss Ruth More
President Vice-President Secretary
Frank Leone Allen Homan Daniel CiOTTi
Treasurer Social Secretary G. O. Representative
Meri Shebar Chuck Lieppe Nancy Berman
Homeroom IOI Mr. Natterer
FIRST ROW, L. to R: Mr. Nalttetrer, L. Bagowitz, E. Arenella, D. Ahrens, J. Bennett, E. Bechtold, C. Behrens, V. Agnitti
P. Albanese, N. Berman, IR3.JArcuri, J. Berger. SECOND R. Berg, R. Berman, J. Barnes, FOURTH ROW: G. Akst, N
ROW: W. Bannon, C. AIbafs.hI'J. Bagatelle, D. Bern, K. Bau- Baselice, B. August, J. Atwell, A, Barchas, L. Barber, S
mann, C. Belliteri, CEX Almgfda, J. 'Andrews. THIRD ROW: Becker, F. Albrecht. NOT SHOWN: B. Barrett, J, Barrett.
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Homeroom IO2 Mr. Zuaro
FIRST ROW, L. to R: T, Brown, D. Brook, R. Brown, C. Berthe, Burg, R. Berthold, M. Burger, R, Brown, R. Browning
N. CarcIinaIe, M. Burchtield, Mr. Zuaro. SECOND ROW: E. FOURTH ROW: E. Briggs, G. Birk, R. Braaten, D. Cardone
Carle, J. Carnival, S, Borris, B. Boriss, R. Burger, S. Brady, R. Camarda, M. Bitfar, G. Bosch. NOT SHOWN: R. Brocl
K. Brown. THIRD ROW: R. Bracco, F. Carillo, J. Blewett, R. erick, R. Brown.
Homeroom I O3
FIRST ROW, L. to R: Mr. Lucas, E. Cornish, L. Dovison, J.
Denza, L. Cook, A. Curran, S, Conrod. SECOND ROW:
D'Arcy, S. Collins, V, Coughlin, B. Chimeri, K. Combs, M.
Cox, C. Cusamono, E. Cosquarelli. THIRD ROW: C. Cruick-
shank, D. Ciofti, K. Cassidy, R. Collins, T. Carroll, C. Dan-
FIRST ROW, L. to R: P. Dietrich, A. Egeland, J. Fisher, A.
Edwards, J. Donoto, D. Feinsilber, Mrs. Thompson. SECOND
ROW: E. Fishman, K. Espinet, S. Falk, R, Faath, R. Eliscu,
L. Donow, D. Duckworth, L. Egon. THIRD ROW: J. Dunnet,
-gerfield, Y- DeVeau, G. Deis, J. Cosenza. FOURTH ROW:
A. Davidsen, B. Comrie, T. Denton, E. deLutio, K, Diesl,
J, D'Amico, H. Crispyn, L. Carvell. NOT SHOWN: J. Cun-
ningham, J. Cattano.
J. Fischer, R. Equi, S. Durkes, M. Fellman, L. Enos, T. Dileo
A. Faigelman, C. A. DiGregorio. FOURTH ROW: L. Feder
W, Enright, B. Doran, H. Elias, K. Fischel, R. Fleischer, R
Feinson, R. Fey. NOT SHOWN: F. Farhadi, R. Drescher.
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FIRST ROW, L. to R: Miss Tewksbury, B. Glade, B. Grill, N.
Friedman, l. Goldstein, C. Goldstein, S. Giftlifz. SECOND
ROW: M. Gold, E. Gasper, K. Eclcsfein, K. Gleon, B. Good-
hue, C. Greemqeld, P. Fonfana. THIRD ROW: A. Frost, B.
Homeroom I IO
FIRST ROW, L. To R: Miss More, M. Hefzel, V. Guiltoyle, P.
Hall, A. Holsfer, R. Hemeke, R. Harrington. SECOND ROW:
J. Helfond, G. Holgren, J. L. Hernandez, C. Holmes, J. Han-
ley, B. Hilko, V. Grosser, J, Hilton, A. Grosser, A. Homan.
THIRD ROW: S. Hiller, R. Hauser, L. Hennessy, C. Herberger,
Fries, R. Gerzof, R. Gordon, K. Greenfield, J. Forker.
FOURTH ROW: W. Gerclo, H. Greenberg, W. Gilreath, W.
Gagliardi, E. Geyer, W. Greene, M. Frank. NOT SHOWN:
J. Frank, C. Fredricson, R. Fuge.
G. Handley, H. Holzman, S. Hoflman, W. Gronick. FOURTH
ROW: R. Gross, L. Harding, J. Herendeen, M. Grodd, A.
Handley, R. Gullotta, J. Hagens. NOT SHOWN: M. Hol-
Homeroom I I2 Miss Estock
FIRST ROW, L. to R: R. Klowas, J. Keene, W. Koehler, A. Kohlmeyer, R. Hueglin, D. Howard, J. Koehler, L. Johnson,
Kasof, M. Jenkins, G. Klein, Miss Estock. SECOND ROW: J. Jockin, K, Jarvis. FOURTH ROW: R. Hull, F. Justice, R.
M, Keleher, K. Hughes, J. Hubbard, J. Jones, L. Keller, S. Jones, C, Kent, R. Kern, L. Jackson, B. Jerram. NOT
Kouimani, C. Key, S. Janaver. THIRD ROW: W. Jones, R. SHOWN: R. Jackson, L. Jannson.
Homeroom I I6 Miss Simpson
FIRST ROW, L. to R: Miss Simpson, D. Lawrence, T. Loeftier, rior, E. Lemmey, R. Levitt, J. Levine, R. Levy, C. Laino.
P. Lessler, M. Krieger, J. Lovgren, W. Kraemer. SECOND FOURTH ROW: W. Little, T. Laveglia, J. Krut, F. Luather, J.
ROW: J. Lidford, A. Lein, L. Lorie, G. Kuehling, L. Lambert, Kunzmonn, J, Little, T. Lynch, G. Lowenthal, C. Lieppe, F.
E. Levin, J. Mauro. THIRD ROW: A. Letizia, W. Levy, S. La- Leone.
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Homeroom I I 8
FIRST ROW, L. to R: Mr. Walting, C. Marius, L, Masterson,
M. McLaughlin, R. Melle, M. J. McKIllop, S. Minnerly.
SECOND ROW: A. McLellan, R. McNutt, C. Marks, A. Mc-
Laughlin, R. McKal1aray, A. Marone, M. Milford, J. Marko-
witz. THIRD ROW: J. McGee, T. McDonald, A, Miller, W.
Homeroom I 20
FIRST ROW, L. to R: J. Neary, A. Pagnozzi, W. Park, R.
Nass, E. Mitthauer, C, Nichols, S. Neimeth, Mr. Blake.
SECOND ROW: S. O'DonneIl, J. Ostrander, P. Mintz, O.
Myers, L. Nelson, M. Ott, A. Noll, N. Panagakos, M. Nelson.
THIRD ROW: W. Olsen, W. Minnick, K, Morley, E. Nolan,
McDougall, A. Messing, R, Matteson, R. Marinaccio, D.
Meltzer, J. Marcus, FOURTH ROW: C. Mclntyre, L. Mc-
Mahan, D. Mahnken, D. Malburg, B. Martin, A. Meinhold,
S. Meringoft, E. McCauley, P. Mead. NOT SHOWN: J.
R. Murman, R. Muller, J. Pawelka, E. Odom, P. Nagy.
FOURTH ROW: R. Nelson, H. Myers, A. Newell, R. Ochs,
C. Nelson, A. Mogtader, G. Moralez, K, Muldowney. NOT
SHOWN: D. Morton, G. Montross.
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Homeroom I 2 I Mr. Levm
FIRST ROW, L. to R: J, Perry, C. Rieder, G. Post, J. Paz, D. Pfitzer, J. Pelliccia T Re T Primavera C Porter G Rich
Pirodsky, A. Poses, Mr. Levin. SECOND ROW: J. Pettengill, qrdgcn, FOURTH ROW R Reeh L Porter R Potowskl F
J, Riccardi, M. Radin, J. Raynor, C. Renton, J. Phillips, M. Rgndqll, T, Rice, R Powell R Reed NOT SHOWN J Rat
K. Pugh, P. Rapp. THIRD ROW: A. Pratesi, D. Reback, E. kowitz, K. Rhodes.
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FIRST ROW, L. to R: Mr. Bickford, J. Sandowski, C. Roberts,
C. Schoonmaker, N, Schaap, P. Rubie, L. Sanders. SECOND
ROW: M. Rinando, R. Ruggero, A. Sanguigni, G. Sanders,
S. Saxon, N, Ryan, J. Scherer. THIRD ROW: A. Roth, G.
Sass, A. Rosenbloom, A. Saczynski, R. Ruger, M. Rothstein,
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D. Ryder. FOURTH ROW M Scammon B Ruben M Saltz
man, G. Schmiftzeh D Rykert G Roberts R Ryan NOT
SHOWN: A. Rizzo J Rolle B Salter U Samuels G San
ders, E. Scalisi.
FIRST ROW, L. to R: P. Sheehan, K. Shields, G. Spelina,
S. Stamper, A. Silver, M. Shebar, Mr. Cook. SECOND ROW:
M. Stein, A. Smith, J. Slingerlancl, R. Spano, R. Stock, S.
Smith, R.' Stanek, C. Schram, W. Schuessler. THIRD ROW:
D. Simson, G, Spinoccio, N. Shetterman, L. Southard, R.
FIRST ROW, L. to R: Mr. Johnson, G. Walsh, R. Sweeney,
J. Tyler, M, A. Trotta, M. Veziris, M. Vande-tt. SECOND
ROW: J. Taylor, C. Vollmer, R. Wallace, J. White, R. Van-
clett, N. Vigiani, G. Velten, A. Thayer, R. Vogel. THIRD
Steigert, B. Stautfer, S. Scotti, M. Simpson. FOURTH ROW: W
Supon, E. Stern, L. Smevik, T. Stamm, B. Sullivan, F. Suther
land, M. Schuhen, K. Stebner. NOT SHOWN: J. Santoro, P
Smith, E. Sogliuzzo, V. Somers.
ROW: R. Sylvester, W. Walsh, J. Walsh, C. Watson, D
Walis, J.: Vorbeck, N. Wallace, E. Varmus. FOURTH ROW
R. Warnke, N. Toelle, J. Talbot, F. Velez, R. Tyson, R. Terry
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Homeroom 2I I Miss Murphy
FIRST ROW, L. To R1 A. Wolff, A. Yock, J. Wilson, J, Woods,
O. Young, M. Wolloncl, Miss Murphy. SECOND ROW: W.
Willefs, L. Wechsler, J. Weed, B. Wille, K. Wimrner, THIRD
ROW: F. West, E. Zezimo, R. Watson, M. J, Wolff, W. Wiese-
necker. FOURTH ROW: L. Wilson, T. Waters, L. Worsley,
W. ZuBiIIer, R. Wilson. NOT SHOWN: D. Williams.
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World History-M r. Reed
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Mr. Russell Terry
President Vice-Presidenf Secreiary
Jerry Cardone Marti Bryan? Stella Pcwlakis
Treasurer Social Secretary G.O. Representative
Joe Epstein Joan Verona Suzanne Study
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Homerooom, I GO rr Mrs. Albert
FIRST ROW, L. for R: Mrs. Alberi, cfimpibell, l. Balazs, K !'!! Bresnahan, C. Bernstein, ML Almeyda, J. Allen, T. Azzara, K.
A. Coppolo, F. Bafechs, F. Baumann, J. Abel. SECOND ROW: .AVy, B, Baehr..FOURTH ROW: D. Blanck, G. Bragg, D. Cooke,
P. Cook, M. Bryant, J. Alcorn, N. Andreu, J. Cacciafore, L. H-. Conrafzl, L. l.Bushell, C. Boren, E. Carter, M. Collins, J.
Bochan, G. Ciraolo, L. Anfon. THlRD ROW: C. Blanche, P55 Bonellli, l. Barth.
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Homeroom I OO Mr. Breedlove
FlRST ROW, L, to R: R. Cavaco, H. Berns, R. Carney, C. THIRD ROW: P. Baker, J. Brophy, E. Brefz, R. Bayer, S. Bar-
Ciorri, M. Bristow, W. Ashley, Mr. Breedlove. SECOND asch. FOURTH ROW: M. Bernstein, M. Beneville, J. Carswell,
ROW: C. Bolling, D. Cooper, J. Cardone, R. Bean, W. Braulf. C. Berger, F. Bloom.
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FIRST ROM L. To R: Miss Brown, M. Emerson, M. A. Geraci,
E. Fantozzi, C. Friedman, M. Gefler, J. Garbo. SECOND
ROW: E. Ford, M. Falvey, J. Foirberg, J. Friedman, A. Fer-
rer, L. Frey, P. Frisch, THIRD ROW: J. Flint, J. Erwin, W.
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Ehli, D. DeCarion, A. Devereciux, G. Cole, R. Eiseman, T.
Doran, FOURTH ROW: D, Durland, S. Corso, C. Eckhart,
P. Diamond, V. Cordes, D. Corwin. NOT SHOWN: J. Corn-
well, M. Diliberio, D. Ebling.
Glanclorf, P. Emerson, W. Foss, R. Geller, M. Gilinson, K.
Eriksen, R. Giomalfeo, FOURTH ROW: R. Gaswirllw, R. Gib-
son, J. Geary, P. Godt, J. Flannery, H. Gelling, E. Ellison,
J. Epstein. NOT SHOWN: M. Fishel, P. Friscio.
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Homeroom I I I
FIRST ROW, L. to R: Mr. Terry, J. Helwig, W. Greene, F.
Hamilton, C. Guisto, D. Guittard, J. Henry. SECOND ROW:
J. Heinz, S. Holland, J. Hirschmugl, S. Gray, J. Hilton, R.
Hetzel, G. Hayes, C. Hines. THIRD ROW: A. Hobbs, R.
Henke, D. Goldstein, M. Goldstein, M3 Goldmanb Rziilreen-
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Homeroom I I 5
FIRST ROW, L. to R: B. lngber, L. Johnson, M. Kimball, I.
Irby, H. Johnston, D. Holten, Miss Hutt. SECOND ROW: E.
Kennedy, L. Johnson, C. Longworth, H. Kessler, S. Kaplan,
S, Klein, B. James, J. Holmes. THIRD ROW: K. Joyce, B.
blatt, C. Hammond, L. Hoftmann. FOURTH ROW: H. Grit
mon, D. Goldsmith, A. Goodridge, D. Griffiths, D. Hanson
J. Hiller, C. Hennig, R. Hennessy. NOT SHOWN: C. Gold
blatt, D. Halouska, G. Hartentels.
Jefferson, B. Hyman, J. Keleher, D. Kimball, E. Hunt, B
Jacobson, P. M, Kenny, A. Hueglin. FOURTH ROW: D. Keene
M. Kearney, F. Jacobson, W, Ierna, R, Klein, S. Kearney, A.
Jennings, H. Kiss, D. Klar. NOT SHOWN: R. Keller, T. Kelly
ROW, L. to R: Miss Sickels, Y. Laing, S. Krieger, D.
oll, B. Martin, B. Mazor. FOURTH ROW: G. McAfee, J. Mal-
Iin, M. McCormack, W. Lambert, J. LaFreniere, J. McCormack,
W. Mapes, W. Marinoccio. NOT SHOWN: E. Lacy, R. Lam-
Homeroom I I7
Mandelboum, F. Lambertsen, S. Kretko. SECOND
Lafata, G. Johnson, B, Morotto, B. Longsam, M.
Long, M. McGreevy, S. McGill. THIRD ROW: R.
Lompert, M. Levy, A. McGuirk, R. Martin, J. Less-
Homeroom I I9 Mr. Halleran
FIRST ROW, L. to R: Mr. Halleron, K. McLaughlin, J. McLeod,
Mclntyre, M. Miller, A. Munro, J. Nilson, D, Morrock.
FOURTH ROW: R. Mossman, L. Mintz, H. Myers, J. Moran,
H. Moore, T. Oliver, P. Moore, B. Meyers. SECOND ROW:
J- Millefi G. M6ClO9liO, J- Mlllef, 5- NESS, C- Olsen, V- J, Muth, G, Wright, E. Moore, T. Moeller. NOT SHOWN: M.
O'Byrne, J. Newbery. THIRD ROW: L. Murray, T. Oddo, S. O'Connel, D. Odell, C. O'Brien.
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Homeroom 2 I 2
FIRST ROW, L. to R: M. Tyson, O. Popov, W. O'Neill, J.
Sandak, P. Reed, J. Salmon, Mr. Stern. SECOND ROW: E.
Woods, R. Regan, B. Breh, J. Rubie, S. Pavlakis, P. Regan,
K. Provenzano, R. Paoze. THIRD ROW: W. Rubin, R. Peter-
Homeroom 2 I 3
FIRST ROW, L. to R: Miss Cushman, B. Sperling, J. A. Si-
mone, M. Simmons, N. Stanley, G. Slomin, L. Schuhen.
SECOND ROW: R. A. Smith, P. Snyder, G. Townsend, M. Sim-
mons, R. Steckler. THIRD ROW: J. Scopinich, S. Smith, S. Som-
sen, M. Rerecich, S. Ozsvath, J. Ringer, M. Powelson, R.
Posa, K. Reback. FOURTH ROW: W. Reader, A. Rasmussen,
T. Schlegel, L. Rivierzo, A. Russell, W. Russell. NOT
SHOWN: G, Schandel.
ers, R. Smith, P. Segall, W. Storz, S. Smith. FOURTH ROW
M. Silverman, J. Spinelli, R. Spinoccia, C. Schorer, P. Schmitt-
zeh, J. Stewart. NOT SHOWN: A. Schneider, P. Snedeker,
A. Snyder, S. Sommo.
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Homeroom 2 I 6
FIRST ROW, L. To R: Miss While, B. Sullo, A. Sieiner, S,
Sfudy, S. Targia, SECOND ROW: B. Trachf, C. Stock, B.
Towle, S. Thomas, J. Verona, N. Tuthill. THIRD ROW: A.
Sweezey, L. Taylor, G. Talbot, P. Sullivan, H. Tibbs. FOURTH
Homeroom 2 I 9
FIRST ROW, L. to R: S. Zimmerman, J. Whiify, J. Watson,
K. Watson, D. Valenti, J. Waell, Mr. Bellamore. SECOND
ROW: I. M. Nutz, S. Williamson, B, Bopper, D. Yekel, B.
ROW: R. Vivian, R, Taus, R. Tamara, M. Versocki, S. Spade
F. Stalzer, J, Sweet. NOT SHOWN: S. Sfrufin, J. Sweezey
Watson. THIRD ROW: A. Werder, W. Uschok, E. Woisin
M. Weiner, L. Young, D. Wright. FOURTH ROW: P. Warnke
M. Yahnker, F. Wertz, J. Walker, D. Wayne, N, Wesf.
Physics Math II
Mr. Stern Mr. Major
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Miss Ruth Richter
Margie Cleary Bob Smith
Social Secretary G. O. Representative
Bob Tqylor 'Mark Shefferman
FREEPORT HIGH SCHOOL
FREEPORT. NEW YORK
J. WESLEY SOUTHARD. PRINCIPAL
IRVING B FRANKLIN
T960 YEARBOOK MESSAGE
The Old - The New
A few short decades ago a high school opened its doors on Pine Street in Freeport
as the climax of a community project that included a bond issue, the purchase of a site,
and the erection of a modern, two-story brick building. This provided the village in the
twenties with a new, up-to-date high school geared to meet the academic, cultural, so-
cial, and athletic needs ofthe youth ofthe area.
The school boasted a fine gym and a beautiful auditorium. It prided itself on the suc-
cesses ot its debating teams. It initiated one of the 'first National Honor Society Chapters
on Long Island. lt organized a Junior High School. It stimulated the talented, prodded
the indolent, encouraged the slow. lt witnessed the Depression, sent men and women to
the wars. Then it felt the pressure of post-war growth and could no longer meet
the needs of a growing community in our modern world.
A few short months ago the cornerstone was laid tor a new high school in Freeport,
again the climax of a community project - a bond issue, the purchase ot a site, and the
erection ot a beautiful, modern building. This will once again provide the village of Free-
port, in the sixties, with a two-story, brick building especially designed to meet
the present-day needs of Freeport's youth in a world challenged by space, automation,
and the search for moral and spiritual integrity.
From the Old to the New! May the spirit of Freeport High School live tomorrow as it
did yesterday and as it does today.
J. Wesley Southard, Principal
Freeport High School
Sue, a reserved but friendly
person, is on active partici-
pant in swimming, ice-skat-
ing, and bowling. Her future
as a stewardess is bound to
keep her in the clouds.
Joyce, a cute girl with a
bubbling personality, enioys
bowling, ice-skating, and
swimming. After college
Joyce is sure to be a suc-
cessful elementory school
Lib, Club 2,3,4, Science Club
2,3,4, FTA 4, Bowling 2,3,4.
Perky and peppy is our gal
Joani. Full of enerQY, she
enioys bowling, singing, and
sewing. In the future she will
don the white cop of a
Lib. Club 3, V.P 4, Science
Club 2,3, Treos. 4, Bowling
JO ANN ALBANESE
The possessor of C: very
sweet personality, Jo Ann
finds enioyment in a refresh-
ing game of tennis. Upon
graduation, she will become
an efficient addition to some
fortunate office staff.
A well-known indulgent in
"crazy" parties, "Corky" also
"digs" pizzas and good iazz.
ln the future he hopes to
hear the sound of money to
the tune of 320,000 a year.
Marching Band l,2,3,4, Con-
cert Band l,2,3,4, Track 2.
Judi, o sincere and stead-
fast friend, possesses a keen
sense of humor. Her cheerful
nature and love of music and
reading assure her success as
Honor Soc. l,3,4, FlasHingS
l,2,3p H,R. Mgr. 2.
Edie, good-notured and en-
ergetic, spends much of her
time working after school
and likes to attend sorority
meetings. This avid auto-
racing fan hopes for a fu-
ture as an l.B.M. operator.
FHA l,2,3,4, Girls' Chorus
l,2,3,4, Hockey l.
John, better known as
"Snake" to all of the guys,
has a friendly smile and a
hello for everyone. ln the fu-
ture, he hopes to attend the
Merchant Marine Academy.
Track l,2,3,4, Cross Country
A future construction engi-
neer, Pete possesses a quiet
and reserved nature coupled
with an easy-going disposi-
tion. Friendly and good-
looking, Pete is a boating,
water-skiing, and bowling
"Vicki," who is a tiny and
vivocious brunette, loves a
good time, Her outside ac-
tivies center around music,
particularly popular and
iazz selections. She hopefully
looks forward to a college
FTA 3,4, Hockey l,2, Honor
Team 3,4, Bowling l,2,3,4,
Basketball l,2,3,4, Volleyball
"Dee," a sophisticated mademoi-
selle, takes great pleasure in
babysitting, swimming, and boat-
ing. In the years to come, this
conscientious worker will watch
calories as a dietician.
FHA 2, V.P. 3,4, Volleyball 2,3,
Sports-minded and very conscien-
tious, Ken has been a sincere
contributor to FHS. He is certain
to attain success as a certified
Key Club 3, Treas. 4, H.R. Mgr.
3, Red Cross 3, Football Mgr. I.
Lynn, a sunny gal with a charm-
ing personality, enioys bowling,
sorority meetings, and dancing.
In her "crystal baII," sociable
Lynn sees a 'Future as an l.B.M.
Vibrant and enthusiastic "Happi"
lists among her likes sorority
meetings, church work, sports,
and music. Reading, writing, and
'rithmetic will fill the day of this
future elementary teacher.
FTA 3,4, l-I.R. Mgr. 2,3,4, Table
Tennis l,2,4, Bowling I,2,3,4,
Good looks and a ready wit
have made Eddie popular and
will no doubt assure his future
success. Although an after-school
iob consumed much time, he
found opportunities for work on
Cross Country 2.
MARY LEE BELMONT
Hailing from Potsdam, New York,
personable Mary has an affinity
for swimming, bowling, and
dancing. While at Potsdam this
future medical secretary partici-
pated in basketball, volleyball,
badminton, and soccer.
The "atomic kid" - vim, vigor,
and vitality - Tony aspires to be
another Clarence Darrow. His in-
terests range from classical and
jazz music to reading and
Honor Soc. l,3,4, H.R. Mgr. 2,3,
Voyageur 4, Cheerleader 3,4,
Leader Corps 3, Baseball I,2,3,
Basketball Mgr. 2,3.
Small in stature but brawny in
build, "Bailey" has many inter-
ests including cars, diving, and
water-skiing. This fun-loving guy
hopes to make his mark in the
world as a contracting engineer.
Carol, sweet and unassuming, is
a persuasive Varsity Shop sales-
woman who enioys playing the
piano and listening to records.
The secretarial field will find an
able colleague in this miss.
Lib. Club 4, FHA I, Volleyball l.
Rich enioys all kinds of sports
but is also especially interested
in astronomy and has built his
own telescope. His keen aptitude
in math and science insures his
future as an engineer
Patti, a lovely combination of
friendliness, gaiety, and talent,
enioys dancing, singing, and
cooking. A popular vocalist at
G.O. dances, she is sure to be a
success in the entertainment field.
Girls' Chorus 4, Mixed Chorus 4,
Richie's friends know that when
he's around there's never a dull
moment. Although he is interested
in cars and sports, the future
will find him "rolling in dough"
as a baker.
Football 2,3, Lacrosse 2,3.
Alan combines academic studies
with concentrated study in show
business and classical ballet.
Having appeared an T.V. and
with the N.Y.C. Ballet Company,
he has been rewarded with
scholarships from the foremost
teachers and ballet schools in the
This diminutive, loquacious, and
personable miss aspires to go
into the field of interpreting7 lan-
guages are her forte. She has
been a diligent worker at the
Cerebral Palsy Center.
FTA 2,3,47 Science Club 37 Bad-
minton 27 Senior Play 3,4.
Elaine, an import from Halsey
Junior High School, enioys swim-
ming and bowling. Soon she'll be
off "into the wild blue yonder"
as an airline hostess.
Softball 2,3,47 Hockey 2,47 Bowl-
ing 3,47 Table Tennis 4.
Pete is noted for his casual in-
dividuality and ability at getting
himself "put on the spot." The
future will find him styling mod-
ernistic homes for his fellow
Adding a ioke and a flash of wit
to any gathering, "Butch" is in-
terested in all sports. His intel-
ligence and energy will aid his
success after college.
Football I7 Basketball l,27 Base-
Dave, a sharp comedian, is in-
terested in sports and music. His
pleasant personality will undoubt-
edly win him success as a busi-
Definitely the outdoor type, tall
and handsome "Butch" enioys
football, baseball, hunting, fish-
ing, and boating. This good-
natured recruit from North High
School will cut an impressive
figure in his serviceman's uni-
"Where there's life, there's Mike"
who enjoys speed skating, water
skiing and boating. He hopefully
looks forward to a future filled
with stethoscopes and x-ray ma-
chines as a doctor.
Concert Band l,2,47 Marching
Band l,2,47 Bowling l,2, Capt.
3,47 Baseball l,3,4.
"Jeff," who has dark hair and
blue eyes, enchants the maidens
with his sly wink and pleasant
smile, The future holds for him a
career as a Navy Airman.
Carl's genial personality and
great sense of humor combine to
make him a 1002, regular guy
who is always fun to be with.
He will seek a career as a bi-
Key Club 3,47 Dance Comm. 47
J.V. Basketball 27 Track 2,37
Cheerleading Co-Capt. 3,4.
Sweet and spirited Tina has'
been trying all through her high
school years to invent a growing
pilll Although unsuccessful in this
endeavor, she's sure to make a
FTA 2,3,-47 Hockey I7 Bowling l,2,
3,47 Softball 'l,2i Basketball l,2,
3,47 Volleyball 2,3.
A Winsome miss with dark hair
and a cute figure, Bonnie's in-
terests include modern dancing
and swimming. Next year will
find haf in college.
FTA 3,47 Girls' Chorus 4.
Fun-loving, friendly Artie
finds radio interiors of par-
ticular interest to him. He
hopes to utilize this enthu-
siasm when he specializes in
the field of electronics in the
Bob and good times go to-
gether. This athletic fellow is
definitely inclined toward
dancing, cars, boating and
weight-lifting. College is his
Football l,2, Track l,2,3,4.
Smiling and happy, Don is
always around when there's
fun to be had. A future re-
search pharmacist, he enthu-
siastically enioys music and
Chorus lp Junior Band l,2,
Concert Band 3,45 Science
This "hot-rod" enthusiast,
when not customizing his car,
listens to rock'n'roll or pro-
gressive iazz. His quiet but
winning personality should
make him a well-liked person-
Marching Band l,2,3,4, Con-
cert Ba nd l,2,3,4.
Doug's chipper and bright
personality, as well as his
good sense of humor, has
won him many friends. His
love for tinkering with
radios and hi-fi's will no
doubt insure his success as
an electrical engineer.
Steve, spirited and suave, is
at ease strumming the guitar
or playing the drums. His
"cool" combo, the Steve
Brown Quartet, has given
him the needed experience
to be a successful music
Marching Band 2,3,4, Con-
cert Band 2,3,4, Track 2,3,4.
Bill, a good-looking blond
with a "sharp" crewcut, en-
ioys sports, especially water
skiing, swimming and skat-
ing. His burning ambition is
to retire at nineteen.
".lo Jo," an original dresser
who can always be found
Where there's fun, enioys
singing and collecting iazz
records. A future as a secre-
tary awaits her.
Volleyball 3, Basketball 'lg
Sue, a cute gal with a de-
lightfully cheerful disposition,
enioys sorority meetings and
bowling. Her interest in chil-
dren will assure her success
as a kindergarten teacher.
Joe, a humorist, likes cars,
hunting small game, and
baseball. A navy career is in
store for this lad, whose
present desire is to grow
three inches taller.
ANTHONY CARI LLO
Tony, a conscientious, hard-
working and sincere student,
is fascinated by mathematics.
His competence in this field
will certainly lead him to a
successful science career.
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Richie, who contributed highly one of Ashleyg formidable ADRC
to the success of Freeport's
outstanding football team,
is an enthusiastic weight lifter
and all-round fine athlete.
He aspires to become an
ofticer in the Marines.
Football l,2,3,4, Basketball
l,2,3, Track i.
backfield men, Jim sports a
nice smile and broad shoul-
ders. Quiet, but possessing a
terrific sense of humor, he
plans to enter the field ot
Baseball l, Football 2,3,4,
This attractive missfirifiudes
boating and wcwerfsports
among her interests. The pos-
sessor of much creative
ability, "A" aspires to be a
Girls' Chorus 3, Mixed Cho-
rus 3p Hockey l,2.
"Chas," a quiet, likeable guy
whose main interests are
boats and cars, has most of
his time occupied by an after-
school iob. The immediate fu-
ture will tind him on one of
Uncle Sam's ships.
Bobi, a cordial and warm-
hearted gal, likes
and Italian cooking. A future
private secretary is in our
midst: "Come in for dicta'
tion, Miss Cestaf'
Tall and attractive Kathy
gains pleasure frojtt' horse-
back riding,, ,boating and
aviation. Herjiht es and
skill in art will a e het?
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With her radiant smile and
winning personality, Maureen
is sure to make an invalu'
able secretary. ln addition to
sorority meetings and sports,
she takes pleasure in sewing
FTA 2, Hockey l,2,4, Volley-
ball l,2, Bowling 4, Table
Tennis 3,4, Archery 2,4.
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Margie, the last of the famed
"Cleary Clan'f has, true to
tradition, left a lasting im.
Pression on FHS. As a math
teacher her day will be filled
with axioms, theorems, and
Class V.P. 4, Honor Soc. i,4,
H.R. Mgr. l,31 Dance Comm.
3,4: P.A. 2,3,4, Girls' Chorus
if Badminton 2,35 Volleyball
A pretty girl with an abun-
dance of charm, Janet cer-
tainly is one of Freeport's
fashion plates. Her dynamic
energy and clever wit assure
her success in any endeavor.
Red Cross I, Hockey l,2,
MARY LOU COMBS
Mary Lou, Freeport's tiny trooper,
has a certain twinkle in her eyes
that is iust one of this future sec-
retary's attributes. Constituting
her lively day are bowling,
swimming and parties.
Volleyball l,2, Basketball 'l,2,
A pretty miss with an amicable
manner, "Tessie" enioys horse-
back riding. The future will find
her as a very successful beauti-
cian, with waving lotion in one
hand and a comb in the other.
Endowed with rugged good looks
and a quiet but fun-loving per-
sonality, Wally enioys swimming,
outdoor man, he plans to enter
the Navy after graduation
Mixed Chorus 2,3 4, Boys Leader
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xbAn energetic girl who finds en-
ioyment in dancing, drawing,
and participating in sports,
cheerful, sociable Bobbie looks
forward to success in the teach-
Archery 2,3,4, Basketball 2,3,4,
Hockey l,2,3,4, Softball 2, Volley-
Carol, a blond and blue-eyed
miss, is admired for her fashion-
able appearance and subtle sense
of humor. Her interests in draw-
ing, designing, and the Ene arts
will assure her success as a com-
Girls' Chorus 2.
Green-eyed Ginny, one of our
zaniest cheerleaders, will surely
succeed in any of her endeavors.
Her athletic capers have earned
her a high rating in the G.A.A.
Jr. Prom Comm. 3, Student
Leader 3,4, Cheerleader 3,4,
Volleyball l,2,3,4, Softball l,2,
3,4, Basketball i,2,3, Honor
Team 4, Hockey l,2,3,4.
The possessor of dark, flashing
eyes and an effervescent person-
ality, Anne enioys listening to the
iazz of Dove Brubeck. After
graduation, she will be an effi-
cient secretary to some handsome
"Chicky," the possessor of a
friendly smile, derives much
pleasure from swimming and
playing the accordion. Competent
at typewriting, a future in the
business world seems probable.
Girls' Chorus l,2.
"Honey-Bea," a blithesome, en-
thusiastic miss with an engaging
smile, enioys ink sketching, paint-
ing, and sports. Her outstanding
artistic talent will carry her far
in this field.
Girls' Chorus l,2, Basketball 4,
Bowling 4, Softball 2,4.
A delightful combination of good
looks and gaiety, Hopey is a
transfer from Baldwin. Capable
with water colors and drawing
pencils, she will become a com-
Dance Comm. 2,3,4, Hockey 2,3,
Softball 2, Tennis l.
A happy combination of sincerity
and a quiet, but pleasant dispo-
sition, Karen is an outdoor sports
enthusiast. She plans to attend
college and maior in zoology.
Honor Soc. T, Girls' Chorus l,2,
3, V.P. 4, Mixed Chorus 3, News
Service 3,4, Bus. Pub. 4, Science
Club 3,4, Badminton 2,3,4, Bas-
ketball l,2,3,4, Volleyball l,2,3,4,
Archery l,2,3,4, FTA 4.
"Shorty" is a spicy, energetic girl
who spends much of her time
participating in sports and col-
lecting iazz albums. Dial O and
you will reach Carol, our future
FHA, Volleyball l,2,4, Basketball
l, Baseball 2, Hockey l,2.
Donnie, never without a smile, is
heading for a career in the
Army. Although he spends much
time building models in his home-
workshop, he also enioys listen-
ing to rock'n'roll and iazz.
Liz, an all-around gal, is an avid
sports enthusiast. Her interests,
centering around horseback ride
ing and water sports, will assure
her success as a physical educa-
FTA 3,4p Lib. Club 3,4, Basketball
l,2,4p Hockey I,2,4, Volleyball I,
2, Softball 3,4.
Good-looking Steve has been a
mainstay of the FHS Band for
five years. His hard work with
his own dance band will lead
him to success in the Held of
Marching Band I,2,3,4g Concert
Band I,2,3,4, Executive Council
Lil, cheerful and charming, likes
to spend her time dancing or
listening to records. After attend-
ing business school she will enter
the world of typewriters and cof-
Cour. Comm, 4.
Full of fun and mischief, Bill is
an enthusiastic stamp collector
who also enjoys bowling ond
tinkering with cars. A future col-
lege student, Bill shares the uni-
versal desire to make money.
Science Club 3,4f Bowling 4.
LINDA BLANCHE DEVONSHIRE
An outstanding FHS student, ami-
cable Linda enioys social work
and will attend college, with a
career in teaching or labor re-
lations to follow.
Honor Soc. l,3,4p FTA 2, Carr.
Sec. 3, Pres. 4, Lib. Club 3,4:
Science Club 22, Usher l,2,3,4,
Red Cross I,2,3,4f HR. Mgr, I,2.
Slender, graceful Dannie is a so-
rority member and an enthusiastic
collector of iazz records. This
affable gal is headed for a "cur-
lin' " career as a beautician.
Library Club 3,41 Girls' Chorus 3,
Mixed Chorus 3.
Em, who spends much of her lei-
sure time at "Erics," has lent hei-
dramatic ability to both the pro-
fessional and amateur stage. Her
interest in sketching and water
color indicates a promising future
in fashion design.
Girls' Chorus l,2, Sr. Play 47 H.R.
Mgr. lf Hockey 'l,2, Volleyball
MARY ANN DE BERNARDO
A recent import from Bushwick
High School, Mary Ann centers
her interests about boating and
skating. After graduation from
college, she will obtain success in
"Janie," a lovely girl who has a
quiet charm all her own, plans
to enter the business field as an
efficient secretary. "Miss Dengel,
will you please take a letter?"
This petite red-head is a vibrant
girl with a refreshing sense of hu-
mor. Lettie, college-bound next
fall, enjoys playing basketball,
hockey, and attending sorority
Basketball 3, Hockey 4.
We'II always remember our lively
and vivacious Red Devil mascot
with her never-ending FHS spirit,
Some day our children may have
Val as their physical education
G.O. Soc. Sec. 4, Sr. Dance
Comm. 3,4, FTA 2,3,4, GAA 3,4,
Usher 3,4, Chorus If Basketball
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The possessor of a witty per-
sonality and an infectious
laugh, "Bunny," the president
of her sorority, enioys danc-
ing and listening to records.
To be an airline stewardess
is her goal.
Girls' Chorus l.
Carole, a lovely girl with a
mischievous personality, en-
ioys dancing, cooking, and
sewing. As a secretary her
future interests lie in the
realm of typewriters and
Girls' Chorus l.
An equestrian from the word
"go," Arl also enioys bowl-
ing, roller skating, and swim-
ming. With light and nimble
fingers, she will make an ex-
cellent private secretary.
Red Cross l.
Active in sports, agile Kerry
likes attending parties and
working on boats. Good-V
looking and great fun, Kerry,
upon graduation, is bound
for the road of success.
Football l,2,3,4, Wrestling 2,
3,4, Lacrosse 3,4.
Bette, fun-loving and always
on the go, aspires to enter
the field of advertising de-
sign. College weekends, gay
parties, and water sports are
tops on Bett's list of likes.
FlasHingS 3,4, Concert Band
I, Archery 3,4, Bowling 4,
A gay, lively girl with a
pleasing personality, Eileen
enioys sewing, going to so-
rority meetings, and attend-
Cheerful, friendly Judy is al-
ways dependable and consid-
erate. A gal whose interests
range from ritlery to music,
Lenore, who always has that
faraway, dreamy look in her
eyes, particularly enioys tak-
ing piano lessons. As a fash-
Outgoing Chuck loves music
and has shared his enioy-
ment of it with FHS students
through his "Sides and
ing proms. She plans to en- Judy looks forward to a ion designer she will spend Sounds" column. After col-
ter business school after nursing career after high her days among pins and lege, he will make a 'lkiIl-
graduation. school. mannequins, ing" on Wall Street as an in-
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Cute and gracious, Sue cer-
tainly displayed an unending
exuberance as co-captain of
our cheerleading squad. Her
sincerity and dependability
will assure her success as a
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Maureen, a very spirited girl,
enioys golf, bowling and par-
ties. She'll look crisp and
efticient in her white nurse's
uniform. Her hospital work
has given her experience for
her chosen profession.
Volleyball i, Bowling 4.
An avid bowling enthusiast
and industrious worker, Bob
focuses his attention on phi-
lately. His present goal is to
attain a college degree.
Rich, a sharp dresser and a
regular guy, is a music
lover and an epicure. As a
Technical dentist, he will
wage a war against decay
and buck teeth.
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A fan of stock car races and
"souped-up" cars, Mady is
both cordial and soft-spoken.
Her interest in painting and
sketching indicates a success-
ful career in commercial art.
"Eddie" has the knack for
alienating himself from the
teachers' good graces, but
endearing himself to the
masses. Balancing the scales
of Justice is this future crimi-
nal lawyer's goal.
Masque and Wig 4, Sr. Play
45 Cour. Comm. 4, Phil. Club
3, Wrestling 3.
Pete, our gifted guitar player
and singer, has been an in-
dispensable member of the
boys' cheerleading squad. His
musical abilities indicate a
promising future in the enter-
Cheerleader 3,4, Boys' Leader
Corps i,2,3,4, Baseball l,2,
Cheerful Diane is a fun-
loving girl who likes parties,
swimming, and drive-in mov-
ies. In the future we will bel
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Always looking on the sunny
side of life, Carol values pize
zas cindfl '56 Merc's top on
her pjdgram of interests. She
is sure to make a "tip-top"
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Extremely potential in both
art and music, Artie has had
a taste of success through his
iob at the Rustic Inn. His
outstanding artistic talents as-
sure his success as a com-
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Terry, who is an athletically
inclined wit, enipys playing a
fast-moving game of baseball
and basketball. Hoping to be
a business maior in college,
he is no misogynistl
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Get'-e's successful blend of intel-
ligence, amiability, and school
spirit have made him one of Free-
port's most able and sincere stu-
dents. He will no doubt be a fine
Honor Soc. l,4, Concert Band 2,
3,4, Marching Band 2,3, Tennis 4.
Tinkering with engines, whether
they belong to cars or boats, is
Jimmy's main interest. His defi-
nite ability in this field insures
him of a future as a mechanic.
Joan's imagination, definite ideas
and initiative make her a born
leader. This outspoken intellec-
tual's keen interest in the world
and in the arts guides her toward
a maior in history.
Honor Soc. l,3,4, Voyageur 3,4,
Masque and Wig 3,4, Sr. Play 2,
3, Stud. Director 4, H.R. Mgr. 2,
Jr. Prom Comm. 3, Hockey 'l,2,
Bowling I,2, Archery 3,4.
Roger, who has the bait to lure
the girls, is a talented artist and
somewhat of a rebellious thinker.
Very interested in mathematics,
he hopes to teach it someday.
A delightful and poised person-
ality is only one of Terrie's many
attributes. She enioys sports and
those crazy sorority meetings. Her
ambition is to have a successful
and happy life.
Girls' Chorus I,2,3,4, G.O rep. 3,
Hockey I,2,3,4, Basket all 3, Ta-
ble Tennis 2, Siojtba 2- Assem.
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Dancing, swimming, and pizza
are on the first page of her
catalog of interests. Always full
of ioy and energy, Carol will be
a cheerful addition to any office
Witty and fun-loving, Bill has
many interests of which sports
cars and boat racing are just a
few, He aspires to a career in
Track l, Wrestling I, Bus. Pub. 2.
Enid, short on tears, long on
smiles, possesses an enthusiastic
interest in sports and an infec-
tious laugh. This well-dressed
brunette's goal is a college
Honor Soc. 4, Sr. Play
"Breh," a lover of Ahmad Jamal's
Jazz and Allan G-insberg's poetry,
was one of the sharpest wits at
FHS. If unsuccessful as a poet, he
will surely excel in the scientific
Red Cross I, Wrestling i,2,3,4.
A gal who's fun to be with, Carol
derives much pleasure from water
skiing. As a beautician, she will
find her days filled with hair dry-
ers and permanent waves.
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Boating and bowling are favor-
ites with this friendly and well-
liked fellow. Dave's ability in
math and science will surely aid
his chosen career of electronics
An ottable gal with a lively
sense of humor, Ann is a partici-
pant in many sports, including
bowling, ice skating, and swim-
ming. The future will find Ann
clicking keys in a business office.
Tall and sports-minded, Eddie is
particularly interested in horse-
racing. If he doesn't make it as
a millionaire, he will succeed as
a certified public accountant.
Sue's sparkling brown eyes high-
light her peaches and cream
complexion. A talented artist and
musician who especially enioys
charcoal sketching, she promises
to be a competent psychologist
FTA 3, V.P. 4, Senior Band 2,3,4,
Red Cross 3, Bus. Pub. 4.
"Kitten," a gal with a personality
sparked by her amiable smile,
likes sports, dancing, and chil-
dren. She will certainly go for as
a private stenographer.
Girls' Chorus 2,3,4, Lib. Club 3,
Sec. 4, Softball 2.
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Pat is o tall and pretty miss who
possess one of the warmest
and friendliest smiles that have
brightened our halls. Pot, who
hopes to be a secretary, is get-
ting good practice for her future
career ot after-school iobs.
Hockey 3, Bowling 4.
Mix a cute figure and on adora-
ble face, highlighted by those
slanty eyes, stir lightly and you
have Karen. Her goal is to delve
into the field of psychology.
Red Cross 2, H.R. Mgr. 3, Sr.
Play Comm. 4, Bus. Pub. 4, Ta-
ble Tennis l, Honor Team 2,3,
Basketball 3,4, Softball l,2,
Bobby possesses ci dynamic per-
sonality coupled with a terrific
sense of humor. A progressive
iazz enthusiast, he enioys boating
and will be a sure-hre success as
Key Club l,2, Sec. 3,4, Mixed
Chorus l,2,3, H.R. Mgr. l,2,3,4,
Winnie, one of the "Joy Boys,"
seems to have extra sensory per-
ception concerning finances. Al-
though Winnie's future is unde-
cided, his outgoing and winning
personality will insure his success.
Dance Comm. 3,4, Usher 3,4,
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STEPHANIE LR NDLIN
Stephie, our nu b r-one baby-
sitter, adds that e tr pep to any
gathering, Light-hea ted but de-
termined, she's cert in to make
an outstanding teach .
FTA 4, GAA V.P. 4, Badminton
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A blonde with brains who likes
modern art, good books and
Broadway plays, Al is also an
able pianist and artist. She
should be an inspiring high
school English teacher.
Honor Soc. 4, Senior Play Comm.
2,3, FTA 3, Girls' Chorus 4.
Lynn's usually sunny smile and
warm personality only comple-
ment her neat appearance. As a
nurse, we know she will bring
hours of reassurance and cheer
to her patients.
Cour. Comm. 4, Basketball 3,4,
Bowling 3,4, Volleyball 3.
PHOEBE JANE FRISCH
The possessor of a radiant
smile, Phoebe currently en-
ioys bowling and iazz. Her
imagination and good taste
should spark her success as
a sportswear buyer.
Lib. Club 3, Girls' Chorus
l,2,4, Mixed Chorus 4.
Charming, pretty and intelli-
gent, Bobbie is an outstand-
ing student. Although art and
sports constitute her main in-
terests, she plans a college
maior in biology.
Honor Soc. l,3,4, Dance
Comm. I, Jr. Prom Comm. 3,
News Service Staff 3,4, Bus.
Pub, 3, Ed. 4, Assem. Comm.
l, Sr. Play Comm. 4, Hockey
l, Mgr, 2,3,4, Volleyball l,
Basketball i,2,3, Bowling
2,3,4, Archery l,4, Table Ten-
Horseback riding and por-
trait painting are but two ot
"Gigi's" many interests.
Some day her name will be
as 'famous as Dior's in the
world of fashion design.
FHA l, Bowling 2.
Having acquired much experi-
ence in secretarial work as
Mr. Moger's girl Friday, Lynn
will surely succeed in the
business world. Short and
cute, she enioys sorority meet-
ings, swimming, and bowling.
A former student ot Notre
Dame High, where he was
treasurer of his Junior Class,
"Corky" likes to bowl and
swim. He aspires to become a
lawyer in industrial relations.
Freeport will be proud ot this
brilliant engineer whose in-
terests concentrate themselves
on photography and cars.
John's sincere personality is
iust one of the good points
assuring his success.
Marching Band 2,3,4, Con-
cert Band 2,3,4, Cour. Comm.
4, Science Club 4.
Steve, a musically-minded
and humorous chap, takes
time from his dance bands to
skin dive and bowl. One of
Freeport's music men, he
hopes to be admitted to the
Honor Soc, l,4, H.R. Mgr. l,
Marching Band i,2,3,4, Con-
cert Band 'l,2,3,4, Band Exec.
"Gibby," full of fun and mis-
chief, has added a great deal
of liveliness and skill to FHS
basketball. His dexterity with
motors assures his success as
Basketball l,2,3,4, Football l.
has a keen eye for "tigures."
Possessing a great sense of
humor, this future accountant
numbered among the Honor-
able Mentions of the All-Met,
Football 2,3,4, Basketball 2,3,
4, Baseball 2,3,4.
Conscientious, reliable, and
efficient, Shiela enioys sketch-
ing and has recently com-
pleted a mural. Her interest
in people will help her in
the field of public relations.
Honor Soc. l, Lib. Club 2,
V.P. 3, Pres. 4, Ushers 2,3,4,
BUS-, Pub. 4: News Service
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Sue, lofty and alluring, has
a beautiful smile that will
light up her face at the
slightest provocation. After
high school she plans to en'
ter the advertising field as
a technical secretary.
Girls' Chorus 2.
A future electrical engineer,
Bill is the assistant director
of the Roosevelt Youth for
Christ. His musical interest
has prompted him to build a
hi-fi set and study the
Science Club 2,3,4, March-
ing Band l,2,3,4, Concert
"Marci," constantly on the
go, possesses a live-wire
personality. Her enthusiasm
and good nature insure her
success as an inspiring
FTA 4, Marching Band l,2,
3,4, Concert Band l,2,3,4,
Volleyball 3, Basketball 3,4.
Larry, the possessor of a
sharp personality, enioys
cars and swimming. Some-
day we may find ourselves
dining in his restaurant.
Track l,2p Bowling l,2.
Will, whose trademark is a
bright smile, is interested in
the church choir, chess,
writing, and popular music.
A sweet miss, she aspires to
take the l-lippocratic Oath.
Rifiery Range l.
This dashing young man is
a sports enthusiast and a
connoisseur of the distaff
side when finances allow.
Take note, girls: he's set on
becoming a millionaire in
the steel business.
Despite Rho's quiet exterior,
there's never a dull moment
with this brisk miss. Her sin-
cere understanding of peo-
ple and their problems will
enable her to become a
compassionate social worker.
Lib. Club 2,3: GO Rep. 4,
ROS EMARY GU ERRI ERO
"Karen," one of Freeport's A devoted pizza-lover, Rosie
fun seekers, enioys parties, also enioys dancing, dating,
sorority meetings, and foot- and sorority meetings. As a
ball and lacrosse games.
Take note, boys: this attrac-
tive miss wants to find her
Pen and steno pad will be
her delight -
Sociable and fun-loving
Bobbi delights in many ac-
tivities including skating,
dancing, and horseback rid-
ing. As a typist the rhythm
of keys will be music to her
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This captivating, blue-eyed blond
enioys sorority meetings, baby-
sitting, and Youth Fellowship
Meetings. A future elementary
school teacher: "Gladly would
she learn, and gladly teach."
Girls' Chorus l,2, Red Cross 2,
Ed, a quiet guy with a happy-
go-lucky personality, transferred
from Great Neck in his senior
year. Already a member of the
Naval Reserve, Ed, of course, is
set for a career in the U.S.
This 4 ft. li in. cutie is known
to all for her exceptional art
work. Lynn's interest in painting
and the fine arts will insure her
future as a commercial artist.
"Zebbie," possessor of a
friendly smile and sunny dispo-
sition, likes bowling and teach-
ing her Sunday School class. Her
nose for news will aid her in
becoming a top-notch newspa-
Volleyball 2, Basketball 25 Soft-
A rare five-year Band member,
Don is good-natured and
agreeable. He'll continue his
musical activities in the Air
Force Band while earning a
diesel engineering degree there.
Concert Band l,2,3,4, Marching
Tall and good-looking, Steve is
partial to fishing, cars, and
half-hour periods. His conta-
gious smile and good nature will
lead him to success as a naval
Football if Wrestling 4, Base-
Danny, who is always ready for
a good party, is especially in-
terested in electricity and cars.
He hopes to study electronics
for a future in this field.
Astute Rickie likes to pack a
wallop with his tennis racket.
His fine technique in discus-
sions will indeed win him many
Track i, Tennis 2,3,4.
One of the commuters from
Roosevelt, Charles is partial to
automobiles and his rock'n'roll
collection. He plans to make a
motor "purr" as an automobile
MARY ANNE HANLEY
Truly a good Samaritan, Mary
Anne enioys all sports and
good times. Her experience
working with cerebral palsy
children and mentally retarded
children will assure her success
as a nurse.
Science Club 2,3, Secretary 4,
Socially adept, Sue centers her
interests about dancing and
swimming. The world of waving
lotions and hair pins will fill
her days as a beautician.
Friendly Bob is the possessor of
acute vision which has been a
great asset to our riflery team.
ln the future he will be span-
ning the continents as a corn-
Concert Band 4, Tennis lp Ri-
This kindly miss devotes much
of her time to working as 0
nurse's aide. An active sorority
member and a whiz in the
kitchen, Carol enioys dancing
and listening to iazz.
Girls' Chorus l,2,3,4, Mixed
intelligent and an avid kegler,
Al enioys sports, reading and
people. Fascinated by the hu-
man mind, he is insured success
as a psychiatrist.
Honor Soc. l,4, Science Club
4, Tennis 2,3,4, Bowling 3,4.
Jill, cute and reserved, is in-
terested in swimming and chil-
dren. To meet the requirements
of a medical secretary, a new
vocabulary of technical terms
will greet this likeable girl after
Girls' Chorus I, Table Tennis 2.
"Sunshine" is our charmer
whose red hair and keen sense
of humor are known to all. A
teaching career will greet her
after graduation from college.
Cour. Comm., G.O. Rep. 4, Bus.
Pub. 4, FTA 2,3,4, Sr. Play
Comm. 4, Basketball l,2,3,4,
Bowling 3,4, Hockey if Volley-
An assiduous, likeable fellow,
Glenn enioys a pleasant time
and a good ioke. He hopes to
incorporate his hobby, wood-
working, into a career as an
industrial arts teacher.
Sugar and spice and everything
nice, Elin possesses a certain
hidden charm, As a nurse she's
sure to cure her patients with
just her sunny smile.
Marching Band l, Concert Band
lg Badminton 3,4, Basketball
2,37 Volleyball 3, Archery l,2,
.lesting and friendly, Steve en-
ioys many sports, including
boating, bowling, golf, and ten-
nis. Scientitically inclined, he
hopes for a career as an en-
gineer after attending college.
Science Club 3.
MARY ELLEN HEALY
Mary Ellen, a redhead with
a sweet, dependable disposi-
tion, particularly enioys aquatic
sports. A future college student,
she will succeed in any occupa-
Bowling 2,3,4, Science Club 3,-4.
An attractive blond, Gail likes
boating, swimming, and having
fun. After graduation from Mrs.
Skinner's Secretarial School, she
will secure an excellent position
Always pleasantly optimistic,
Carol is an attractive miss who
will make an excellent teacher.
Church work, bowling, and sew-
ing are iust a few of her numer-
Honor Soc. l,4, Voyageur 3,4,
H.R. Mgr. 4, FTA 2,3,4, Red
Cross if Assembly Comm. 1,
Bus. Pub. 2, Marching Band 3,47
Neil, a quiet and sincere stu-
dent, shows an avid interest in
chemistry. Someday he may be
filling our prescriptions, leading
a successful life as a pharma-
Our happy-go-lucky Janie gets
along well with everyone and
may usually be found socializ-
ing in "Gene's," Some day she
will be flying high as an airline
Cour. Comm. 4, Hockey l,2,3,4,
Volleyball l,2,3, Softball 2,3,4,
"Professor Holub" is inter-
ested in mechanics and de-
rives much pleasure from
working on "hot rods." The
future will find John in great
demand as an electrical en-
Patty, an active member of
her sorority, enioys roller
skating, tap dancing, and
sewing. As a baby nurse,
she'll delve into a world of
diapers, talcum powder and
Red Cross I, Girls' Chorus
Stan, a conscientious worker
and a good friend, will
make an excellent doctor
after studying at John's
Hopkins. His deep interest in
the scientific world more
than assures his success in
Honor Soc. 4, Science Club
3, V.P. 4.
Marilyn, une petite ieune
tille aux yeux mysterieux,
aime tous les sports. As a
teacher she intends to prac-
tice the Socratic method.
Honor Soc. 4, Red Cross 3,
Girls' Chorus l,2, GAA
G.O. Rep. 4, Hockey, Honor
Team 2,3,4, Basketball l,2,
3,4, Bowling, Honor Team
l,2,3,4, Table Tennis, Honor
Team l,2,3,4, Softball l.
Diverse interests and an am-
icable smile make Maurice
both well-rounded and well-
liked. His golden throat as-
sures his success in the
world of entertainment.
"Becky," full of life and
mischief, can always be
nurse, we are sure she will
at parties. As a
Our own little "Wan" has
certainly brightened the
days with her sparkling
personality. We know she
DIANE JACKSON DONALD JACKSON JAMES JACOB CAROL JARDIN WANDA JAWOROWSKI
Donny, a sincere, hard- "Jake" is a likeable and Lovely Carol is a newcomer
working student, is a loyal good-natured guy whose from Sewanhaka High
member of Freeport's re- spare time is often occupied School where she participa-
nowned band. Although in- with cars and sports. Uncle ted in many activities includ-
terested in music, bowling, Sam's Armed Forces will ing twirling and Honor So-
bring hours of comfort and
cheer to her patients.
Badminton i,2,3, Basketball
l,2,3,4, Table Tennis l,2,3,
Softball l,2,4, GAA Treas. 4.
and tennis, his ambition lies
in the field of chemical en-
H.R. Mgr. 'l,3, Marching
Band l,2,3,4, Concert Band
l,2,3,4, Tennis l,2,3,4.
claim him soon.
ciety. We look forward to
seeing this future high-fash-
ion model in Vogue.
will be beloved by her
grade school pupils.
Dance Comm, 2,3,4, H.R.
Mgr. 4, Cheerleader 4,
News Service I, GAA Sec.
4, Student Leader 3,4, Bad-
minton l,2,3, Honor Team
4, Volleyball l,2,3, Honor
Team 4, Basketball l,2,3,4,
Johnny, a boy who makes
the "ioint" iump, numbers
music, swimming, and social
life among his favorites. He
is setting his sights on an
Larry, known as "Butch" to
all of his friends, spends
his time bowling and boat-
ing. ln the future, this lad
will be designing Uncle
Sam's ships as a naval ar-
Boys' Leader Corps 2.
This dark-haired smiling lass
is always a pleasure to
have around. A sterling
character is her trump card.
As a secretary, the future
will find her pounding the
keys of a typewriter,
Lib, Club 2.
Friendly and good-natured,
Bill devotes most of his time
and interest to sports. His
experience as a FlasHingS
editor will certainly be of
value in his chosen field of
Flasl-lingS 2,3, Sports Ed. 4,
Basketball l, Mgr. 2, Base-
A calm and industrious fel-
low with a smile for all,
Jim enjoys aquatic activities
such as boating and hshing.
ln the future he hopes to
"spark" as an electrician.
Peter, who is never at a
loss for words, hopes to find
the ideal way to do noth-
ing. His burning ambition is
to become a millionaire as
soon as possible.
Science Club 3,4: HR Mgr.
I, Football l.
KAREN LEE KELLER
Quiet, and truly sincere,
Karen transferred from Al-
bany in her junior year and
has since become an ardent
Freeport football fan. Her
gracious hospitality will in-
deed aid her in becoming a
popular airline hostess.
Henry, the possessor of a
friendly and humorous dis-
position, includes bowling
and swimming among his
activities. He hopes to make
history come alive in the
classroom as a teacher.
Publicly speaking, "Skip" is
an enthusiast of iazz, golf,
bowling, and baseball, To
be a millionaire in the busi-
ness world is this polished
Honor Soc. l,4, Basketball
Art, an avid fan of midget
car-racing and baseball, is
a devoted kegler and golfer.
His perseverance will take
him far in the field of elec-
Parties, boys, music, dancing,
"Nikki's"-all constitute Bobbi's
fast-moving, gay life. She will
be one of the most vivacious
legal stenographers the business
world has ever seen.
Student Leader 2,3,4, Girls'
Chorus l,2, Badminton 2, Vol-
Peggy, carefree and chipper,
likes parties, football games, and
iust plain having fun. Typing,
shorthand, and all that consti-
tute a secretary's day await
Girls' Chorus 2,4.
A rare exotic flower who has a
flair for fine clothes, Dottie will
surely be a successful model.
Among her interests are sewing,
skating, and singing.
Mixed Chorus l,2,3,4, Girls
Chorus I 23 4- F.H.A. I
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Dark and good-looking, Dave
is one of Freeport High's typical
ivy-leaguers. This bowling en-
thusiast, who is both determined
and hardworking, will enter cal-
lege as a pre-med student.
Basketball Mgr. 3,4, Cross
Country 2, Track 2,3,4.
An active sorority member, Pat
also likes boating, swimming,
and dancing. This cheerful and
pleasant gal is headed for a
nine-to-five iob as an efficient
An outdoor man, Ron especially
enioys swimming and lifting
weights, a fact which accounts
for his terrific build. He aims to
make his mark in engineering.
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Caroline, a pretty browneeyed
brunette with a spontaneous
personality, likes parties, foot-
ball games, and children. Her
genial understanding manner
will assure her teaching success.
Girls' Chorus 4, FTA 4, H.R.
Ronnie, the possessor of an un-
common wit, rates drama and
sports top on his list of likes.
After studying iurisprudence, he
will attain success as a lawyer.
Masque and Wig 3,4, Sr, Play
3,4, FTA 4, Baseball 2,3,4.
Steve, a quiet and companion-
able guy, rates tennis and
bowling as his favorite sports.
ln the future, "Dr, Kitt" will be
urging our children to use their
Science Club 3, Cross Country
Marcy, tall and attractive, is a
refined and vibrant young lady.
Although she enioys fashion
modeling and counseling at
summer camp, Marcy aspires to
work as a dental hygienist,
Sr. Play Comm. 3, Hockey 2,
As a doctor, Jeff, aided by the
ready smile and quick wit that
have won him so many friends
at FHS, will attract many pa-
tients, His interests range from
sports and boating to dating
Elly, whose blonde tresses add
to a friendly and lively person-
ality, includes bowling and par-
ties among her activities. She
plans to enter the business
world as a secretary.
Girls' Chorus l, Bowling 2,4,
Cute and petite, and oh so-o-o
sweet, Carol plans to study for
future elementary school teach-
ing. Sorority meetings, cadet
teaching, and after-school em-
ployment occupied a maior part
of her years at FHS.
FTA 2,3,4, H.R. Mgr. 3.
With her long, honey-colored
hair and an impulsive, efferves-
cent temperament, this talented
actress will be a hit on any
FlasHingS 3,4, Masque and Wig
3, G.O. Rep. 4, Sr. Play 3,4,
Bus. Pub. 3,4, Volleyball l,2,3,4.
A pint-sized cutie, known to
some as "Angel," Jeanette looks
forward to a secretarial career.
This active gal spends her spare
time at sorority meetings and
Girls' Chorus l,2,3,4, Bowling 2.
A sharp dresser and great guy,
cool, calm, and collected Pete
is interested in cars, boats, and
music. The bustling business field
awaits him after college.
Sr. Play 4.
An attractive red-head, "Bonnie"
is one of our best-dressed sen-
iors. She is currently active in
her sorority and Temple youth
group, but the next four years
will find her working for a col-
Bus. Pub. 3,4, Student Leader
3,4, FlasHingS 3,4, Volleyball 2,
Honor Team 3, Bowling 4.
Not only distinctive as an FHS
twirler but also Drum Maiorette
of the Poly. Tech R.O.T.C,, "Mit-
tens" loves small children and
hopes someday to become a
nursery school teacher.
Twirler 4, FHA l,2.
Calm and dependable "Limie"
includes dancing and swimming
among his interests. This friendly
felIow's eye for harmony and
color guarantee him success in
the field of interior decoration.
.leff's good looks and great per-
sonality combine to make him a
real ladies' man. His disc "No
Wheels" is the start of his
bright future as a rock'n'roll ar-
Football l,2,3,4, Lacrosse 3,4.
An alert, friendly girl, who likes
swimming and bowling, Marie
may be found cheering our
team at football games. She
would like to try her hand as
a secretary before "tying the
A music enthusiast and a faith-
ful band member, friendly, fun-
loving Betty is also a sports
fan. As a nurse she will be
helpful, gay, and kindly.
Marching Band l,2,3,4, Concert
Band l,2,3,4, Executive Council
4, FHA 3, Basketball 'l,2,3,4,
Softball l,2,3,4, Bowling 4.
Gloria, a good-natured and
compatible girl, has been one
of the more outstanding and
devoted members of the Senior
Band. In future years, we are
assured of Gloria's fame as a
Marching Band l,2,3,4, Concert
Band l,2,3,4, Jr. Prom Comm. 3.
A happy-go-lucky fellow, Arnie
enioys playing baseball for
FHS, eating pizzas, and watch-
ing football games, His keen in-
terest in world events will as-
sure his proficiency as a history
Football 2, Baseball 2,3,4.
, .,e .- 4 . iJ
A serious student, Jeff is in-
trigued by the stock market
and is planning a career in
law-accounting. Possessing a
terrific sense of humor, he
devotes much of his spare
time to golf and bowling.
Science Club 4, Bus. Pub. 4,
Laughter and gaiety are the
keys to Sharon's sparkling
personality. She enioys
dancing, parties and foot-
ball games. We are confi-
dent of Sharon's success as
Girls' Chorus l,2,3,4, Sr.
Play Comm. 4.
A good-natured, reserved
individual, Skip will skillfully
pipe ioy into the world
through his organ. Other
interests showing his capa-
bilities are fishing, bowling,
Always friendly and fun to
be with, Teri enioys horse-
back riding, swimming, and
sorority meetings. Teri's effi-
cient manner will make her
the boss's indispensable right
hand as a private secretary.
Girls' Chorus l,2,3, Sec.-
Treas. 4, Science Club 2,
This hearty boating enthusi-
ast can usually be found
spending his time around
the waterfront. Fred plans
to "drop anchor" in the
field of engineering after
attending Hofstra College.
One of Freeport's most sin-
cere and hard-working stu-
dents, Herb centers his inter-
ests in bowling and tennis.
His amicable traits and nat-
ural ability will assure him
success in the field of elec-
Science Club 3,45 Usher l,2.
Barbie, a petite little dish,
derives much pleasure from
spectator sports and paint-
ing. Her zeal for science
will be a great aid to her
when she enters the para-
A guy who is dependable
and reserved, Steve enioys
reading, bowling, and lis-
tening to records.
As a future C.P.A.
He will work an eight-hour
Lynie, a cute, quiet gal with
a sincere manner, can al-
ways be found cheering at
football and basketball
games. Her secretarial skills
will be welcomed in the
Girls' Chorus l,2,3,4, Bowl-
ing 4g Mixed Chorus 2,3,4.
Carole, full of pep and vi-
tality, is known and liked
by all. She enioys weekly
sorority meetings and hopes
to become a secretary after
Assem. Comm. i, Girls' Cho-
rus l,2,3,4g Volleyball 2,3.
Lunny, lively and attractive,
enioys sorority meetings,
dancing, and sports. One-
half of the popular Lund-
strom set, Claire is guaran-
teed success in fashion
Girls' Chorus l,2, Cheer-
leader 4, Volleyball l,2,3,
Basketball l,2, Hockey l,
An asset to the FHS hoop-
sters and track team, Bruce
has a personality to be
proud of. Tall, husky, and
handsome, he is industrious
and keen-minded, and ex-
cels in math and science,
the fields that will inevitably
bring him success.
Honor Soc. l,3, V.P. 4,
Dance Comm. 3,4, Cross
Country 2,3,4, Basketball i,2,
3,4, Track l,2,3, Co-Capt,4,
Class Sec. 2, Key Club 2,3,4,
H.R. Mgr. i,4, Football l.
A skilled photographer and
a sports enthusiast, Andy
possesses an observant mind
that grasps every detail, and
an easy-going personality.
A prosperous career as an
electrical engineer awaits
Honor Soc. l,4, Voyageur
3,4, FlasHingS 4, Marching
Band l,2,3,4, Concert Band
l,2,3,4, Track 2,3,4.
"Dee Deef a live-wire be-
hind the wheels of cars,
boats, and those flying ma-
chines, goes wild over par-
ties, dancing, and listening
to records. Her dexterous
hands insure her success be-
hind the easel.
Cour. Comm. 4.
Brawny and good-naturecl,
Joe is attracted to cars,
boats, and good times. His
highest aspiration is to be-
come an architect. Someday
we may own a home of his
A petite package of individ-
ualism and gaiety, Kathy is
our own barefoot girl. After
attending college, we know
she will make an excellent
Girls' Chorus l,2, Badminton
2,3,4, Bowling l,2, Archery
3,42 Basketball 4.
Ed, a good-looking and de-
pendable redhead with a
friendly disposition, centers
his interests about boats
and cars. His future lies in
the field of industrial de-
Riflery l,2,3,4, Wrestling 2.
Kicking up the dirt wher-
ever he goes, John and his
blond flat-top have added
spirit and ioy to the halls
of Freeport High. Success
will follow in any endeavor.
Crass Country 2,3, Capt. 4,
FLORENCE MARIE MAKIN
Genuinely happy, Flo is en-
dowed with a calm and
considerate nature and
takes pleasure in church
chair, piano, and dancing.
This future nurse's patients
will welcome her sympa-
Girls' Chorus l,2,3,4, Mixed
Chorus 3,4, Science Club 4,
FHA l,2, Red Cross 3.
Competent in the field of
electronics, nonchalant, am-
icable John also finds inter-
est in such outdoor activities
as fishing and boating. The
world of condensers and
coils will surely welcome
A lovely, soft-spoken girl, Betty
is both sincere and charming.
Interested in skating and par-
ties, she plans a career in so-
cial service after attending col-
FHA 2,3, Sec. 4, Lib. Club 4,
Science Club 4, Red Cross I.
A welcome addition to FHS
from Cincinnati, Carol, under-
standing and reserved, includes
among her interests sketching,
sailing, and swimming. The fu-
ture holds anl apple forixtg
Serious-minded and studious,
Bruce enioys bowling and bas-
ketball, but still finds time to
read a good book. Bruce's am-
bition to be a lawyer will un-
doubtedly be realized.
Honor Soc. 4, Mixed Chorus
l,2, Cross Country 4, Track 3.
A tall, statuesque beauty, Patty
spends her leisure time bowling,
reading, and swimming. Upon
graduation, she will pursue the
responsibilities of a secretary.
Lib. Club l,2, Softball 2.
Freeport gained a sincere and
amicable addition when Cathy
transferred from Ozone Park.
Having had remarkable success
in making friends, she spends
her spare time swimming, danc-
ing, and listening to good mu-
Badminton 3, Volleyball 3, Bas-
Charlie, smart but nevertheless
"one of the boys," enioys run-
ning, relaxing, plus math and
science, His remarkably high
scholastic ability insures his suc-
cess as a proficient engineer.
Key Club 4, Science Club I,2:
Honor Soc. l,3,4, H.R. Mgr. 2,3,
Track 2,3,4, Cross Country 3,4.
A quiet and easy-going fellow,
Willie is an enthusiastic fan of
sports and girls. Upon gradua-
tion, Wille looks forward to a
career repairing those compli-
cated machines as an l.B.M.
The excitement of a large busi-
ness office intrigues this seem-
ingly quiet, pleasant miss. Really
great fun to be with, Bobi en-
ioys dating, parties, and travel-
Ann is a quiet, friendly girl
who enioys supporting our
school teams at all football and
basketball games. Ann, having
done a great deal of voluntary
nurses' aid work, will surely
make a top-flight nurse.
Science Club 2,3, Pres. 4, Bowl-
LOIS ANNE MCLAUGHLIN
"Rusty," who derives her nick-
name from her long red locks,
enioys singing and dancing.
Good looks and personality will
make her the perfect airline
Red Cross 2,3, FHA I, Girls'
Chorus l,2,3,4, Bowling 4.
This athletically inclined, capti-
vating blonde sparks the gath-
ering at "Gene's." Tennis and
horseback riding rate top on
her list of likes. A future com-
mercial artist is in our midst.
Girls' Chorus 3, Cour. Comm.
4, Volleyball 3, Softball 3.
Enthusiastically interested in
mechanics, Bob can usually be
found tinkering with cars or
boats in his spare moments.
After graduation from the
Coast Guard Academy, he will
seek a future as a naval en-
MARY LOU MILEK
A new entrant from Queen of
the Rosary Academy, this cute
blonde's hankering for fun leads
her to enioy swimming, skating,
and Broadway plays. To be a
music teacher is her aim.
Sr. Play 3,4, Bus. Pub. 4.
JUDITH ANNE MILLER
This witty, blue-eyed blonde was
one of Freeport's loveliest "Spot-
light" twirlers. Sorority meetings,
Italian foods, and water skiing
are favorites with this future
Girls' Chorus l,2,3,4, Mixed
Chorus 4, Twirler 2,3, Spot-light
Twirler 4, Basketball I, Softball
LAURA RUTH MINNERLY
A friendly girl, Laura is an ar-
dent participant in bowling,
swimming, and ice-skating. Her
fingers will caress the keys of
her sturdy typewriter when she
becomes a secretary.
FHA i,2,3, Treas. 4, Girls Chorus
I,2,3,4, Mixed Chorus 3,4.
Nancy, a bundle of ener9Y, de-
lights in dancing and bowling.
Her interest in traveling and in
flying will be a great asset to
her in her chosen career as a
A girl with an infectibus giggle
and a splendid soprano voice,
Pot, a future teacher, enioys
lively parties and aquatic sports
as well as reading and good
Girls' Chorus l,2,3,4, Soloist 4,
Honor Soc. 4, News Service
2,3,4, 'riesntngs 4, sf, Play
Comm. 2, Basketball l,2,3, Soft-
ball 2, Red Cross 2, FTA 4.
' SANDRA MULLER
Sandi, twenty-four hours of sun-
shine and gaiety, enioys horse-
back riding, sports, parties, and
cheering the Red Devils. She is
sure to make a reliable and ef-
Girls' Chorus i,2,3, News Serv-
ice Staff 3,4, Sr. Play Comm. 2.
Bobbie, an intelligent, artistic,
and willowy blonde, enioys the
piano and interpretive dance.
She will make a charming bio-
Bus. Pub. 2, News Service 4, Sr.
Play Comm. 4, Red Cross 2, Jr.
Prom Comm. 3, Dance Comm.
I, Assembly Comm. I, Hockey
I,2,3, Table Tennis 2,3, Bowling
2,3, Basketball I.
A spirited gal, who is as sweet
as they come, Eleanor secretly
loves raiding food-filled ice-
boxes. As an elementary school
teacher, her mild disposition will
certainly brighten any classroom.
Girls' Chorus l,2, Basketball 3,4,
Hockey l,2,3,4, Softball l,2,3,4,
Those long brown lashes are
but a mere complement to Lyn-
nie's perpetual smile. Good-na-
tured and sincere, she will pur-
sue a career as a social worker.
Dance Comm. 2,3,4, Girls' Cho-
rus I,3,4, Pres. 2, News Serv-
ice l,2,3, Pres. 4, Usher l,2,3,4,
Badminton l,2,3,4, Bowling l,2,
Table Tennis I,2,3,4, Archery
I,2,3,4, Red Cross i,2, Jr. Prom
Rich, a tall, good-looking guy,
is greatly interested in Hshing,
boating, and working on his
car. This boy with a "green
thumb" will seed the fields and
watch his crops grow.
Friendliness and cheerfulness
are but two attributes of "Mul-
doon," a true Irish colleen who's
never at a loss for words. A
glimpse of Ireland is this future
"Dimples" has many interests,
including water activities, bowl-
ing, and parties. A career in
nursing awaits this energetic and
Girls' Chorus 2,3,4, Mixed Cho-
rus 2,3, FHA l,2, Red Cross I,
Bus. Pub. 4, Volleyball 3,4, Bas-
ketball 3,4, Archery 3,4, Soft-
Lynn, vivacious and always
neat as a pin, indeed ex-
cels in aquatic sports. Our
energetic cheerleading co-
captain will attain success
in any endeavor.
Class Sec. l, V.P. 2, Soc-
Sec. 3, Treas. 4, Honor Soc.
Pres. l, Cheerleader 2,3,
Co-capt, 4, Hockey l, Honor
Team 2,3,4, Volleyball l,
Honor Team 3,4, Basketball
l,2,4, Softball I, Honor
Team 2,3,4, Girls' Chorus
Eve, a lovely girl with an en-
gaging disposition chooses
swimming and boating as
her main interests. In the fu-
ture a typewriter and the
language of shorthand will
constitute her working tools.
Girls' Chorus i,2, Softball
2,4, Hockey 3,4.
Dale enjoys spending her
spare time bowling, attend-
ing sorority meetings, and
listening to music. An active
and enthusiastic cadet
teacher, her future lies in
the pedagogic profession,
FTA 3,4-, Bowling 4.
Bob, endowed with school
spirit, takes great pleasure
in sailing, water-skiing, and
camping. His winning per-
sonality and scholastic abil-
ity will gain him success as
a college professor.
Class Treas. l, Honor Soc, l,
Key Club 3,4, Bancl l,2,
H.R. Mgr. 3, Cheerleadering
3, Co-Capt. 4, Track 3,4.
Sorority meetings, dating,
swimming, and "Gene's" are
favorite pastimes of this
light-hearted lass. ln the fu-
ture Mare hopes to earn
her wings as an airline ste-
Cour. Comm. Sec. 4, Lib.
Always happy and bubbly,
"Bunny" enioys music and
all phases of the theatre -
from acting to set construc-
tion. She will certainly make
someone a proticient secre-
H.R. Mgr. l, Marching
Band l, Orchestra l,2,3,4,
Masque and Wig 3, Cast 4.
Transferred from Lafayette
High School in her iunior
year, Jo, light-hearted and
individualistic, is interested
in many sports. Her mag-
netic personality insures her
success as a psychologist.
Sr. Play 4, Softball 3,4.
Cute and affable, "l" finds
enioyment in parties, boat-
ing, record collecting, and
attending football games.
Secretarial duties will be
hers after graduation.
Lib. Club 2,3, Treas. 4, Girls'
Chorus l,2, News Service 2,
Cute and sweet Maureen in-
cludes parties and dancing
among her interests. This fu-
ture secretary is certain to
be welcomed in any office.
Lib. Club 3,4, News Service
3, Girls' Chorus I,2,
Possessor of an exuberant,
amiable personality, Bobbie
enioys tennis, bowling, rifl-
ery, and skimming over the
blue waters on her skis. A
conscientious worker, she is
bound to be successful in
the field of advertising.
Honor Soc. l, Girls' Chorus
l,2, Sr. Play Comm. 3,4.
News Service 4.
"Spider," a brick! wall on
the formidable FHS football
line, is the possessor of an
exuberant personality. His
amiability will assure him
success in any vocation.
Key Club 4, Cour. Comm.
4, Football l,2,3, Capt, 4,
Lacrosse l,2,3,4, Wrestling
A living Greek Adonis, tall,
dark and handsome Jimmy
transferred in his iunior year
from Grover Cleveland High
School. An avid sports en-
thusiast, Jimmy plans to at-
tend college in the Fall.
To know him is to appre-
ciate his unique wit and
great personality. A guy
with predominant qualities
of scholarship and athletic
ability, Vic will use these as-
sets to augment his inevit-
Honor Soc. l,3,4, Key Club
2,3,4, H.R. Mgr. l, Basket-
ball l,2, Football l,2,3, La-
Freeport's touchdown hero,
indispensable John possesses
a lively humor and natural
ability in athletics. Parties,
music, and dancing cor.stie
tute most of John's non-ac-
Lacrosse l,2,3,4, Football
l,2,3,4, Wrestling l,2.
"Ronaldo," debonoir and
self-assured, is a hi-fi addict
who also enioys basketball,
chess, woodworking, and
record collecting. Improving
the physiques of our chil-
dren will be his next duty
when he becomes a gym
Baseball 4, Basketball 4.
Carolyn, better known as
"CoFfeeQ' is always around
when there is fun to be had.
Her optimistic outlook will
make her life as a secretary
a mirthful one.
Red Cross 3,4, Cour. Comm,
Pres. 4, Girls' Chorus l,2,
Jeanie, a transfer from For-
est Hills, is an ardent foot-
ball fan and a lover of the
color green. Her comely ap-
pearance and pleasing per-
sonality will surely help her
succeed as a striking model.
Sr. Play Comm. 4.
"Cookie," an attractive miss,
hopes to make an indispen-
sable "Girl Friday" for some
millionaire executive. Among
her numerous interests are
psycholo9Y, boating, and the
art of relaxation,
Softball 2, Bowling 2.
Dark-eyed and charming,
Bea finds interest in many
activities, including sorority
meetings, sports and parties.
This cheerful girl plans to
maior in education in col-
Assem. Comm. 2, FHA 'l,
FTA 2,3,4, Jr. Prom Comm.
3, Archery 2,3,4, Basketball
Always peppy and great fun
to be with, Elaine was one
of Freeport's vivacious twirl-
ers. A future legal assistant,
she's the active president of
Marching Band l,2,3,4, Con-
cert Band l,2,3,4, Twirler
3,4, Voyageur 3,4, Student
Leader 3,-4, Bowling l,2,3,4,
Table Tennis 2,3, Softball
2,3, Archery l,2,3,4.
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Girls' -Chorus i
We will never forget our ever-
relioble Mary whose generosity
in time and effort has pulled us
through many a trying moment.
This great gal will enter the
Girls' Chorus l,2,3, Pres. 4,
Mixed Chorus 3,4, FTA 2,3,4,
Usher I,2,3,4, Table Tennis I,2,
3,-4, Archery 2, Hockey 2,3,4,
Basketball 2,3,4, Bowling 2,3,4,
Sr. Play Comm. 4, Dance Comm.
A newcomer to FHS in her jun-
ior year, Clare enioys sewing
and cooking. A successful mar,
riage is assured because she
knows, that "the way to a
man's heart is through his stom-
Always willing to do her part,
Sophie, our ever-popular class
president, can best be described
as "the greatest." If her FHS rec-
ord is any indication, she is
destined for success.
Class Pres. i,2,3,4, Honor Soc.
l,3,4, Voyageur 3,4, Dance
Comm. I,2,3,4, G.O. V.P. 3,
G.O, Sec. 4, Jr. Prom Comm.
3, Usher 2,3,4, GAA Pres. 4,
Badminton, Honor Team l,2,3,4,
Volleyball l,2,3, Honor Team 4,
Basketball l,2,3,4, Archery l,2,
A pleasant guy and an effi-
cient worker, Bob is especially
interested in boating, bowling,
and dancing to Latin-American
music. He hopes to create a
new coiffure as a hair sytlist.
A 'Friendly guy with an easy-
going personality, Bob likes tink-
ering with cars and boots and
enioys a fast game of baseball.
After a college education, he
hopes to become an electrician.
Baseball I. '
Brion, whose flat-top adds to
his cute appearance, was Free-
port's prize punter of l959. He
enioys tinkering with cars and
hopes to enter college after
Football l,2,3,4, Lacrosse l,2,
3,4, Basketball l,2.
A sharp dresser and a great
sports enthusiast, Mike is always
fun to have around. His immedi-
ate plans include study for a
career as a certified public ac-
A scintillating mademoiselle,
Carol wishes to round-out her
education with a year of study
in Paris. Her colorful personal-
ity combining good looks and
intelligence, magnetizes all who
Honor Soc. 3, Sec 4, Voyageur
3, G.O. Rep 4, Red Cross 2,3,4,
FTA 3,4, Sr. Girls' Chorus 3,
Mixed Chorus 4, Sr. Play Comm.
2,3,4, Archery 3,4, Badminton 4.
This tall, handsome "Lane Star
Stater" is o true outdoor mon
who enioys water-skiing, swim-
ming and fishing. A future "Joe-
coIlege," Tex will succeed in
"Cookie," Whose loveliness is
combined with an enchanting
personality, enioys bowling and
sorority meetings. Her future ca-
reer will lie in the world of
paints and palettes.
Hockey 2, Softball 2.
Mel's driving personality and
quick wit account for his pop-
ularity. His perseverance and
versatility will enable him to
defeat ony obstacles in life. g
Honor Soc. l,4, Key Club 2,3,4,
Football l,2,3,4, Wrestling i,2,3.
CAROL ANN RASP
"Blondie," a lively addition to
any scene, enioys ice-skating,
boating, and twirling. A tal-
ented artist, Carol is sure to
succeed in her chosen field of
Girls' Chorus l,2,3,4, Mixed
MARY ANN REED
Amiable and pleasant to be
with, Mary includes cooking,
sewing, swimming, and bowling
among her many interests. This
good-natured lass plans a ca-
reer as an X-ray technician.
A "life of' the party," rugged
and fun-loving "Rockhead" can
always be counted on for a
hilarious remark, After he
graduates, his likeable per-
sonality will carry him far.
Kathy, a pint-size bundle of
cuteness, likes bowling, minia-
ture golf, and fashion design-
ing. She hopes that Cupid will
send his arrow her way soon.
Dance Comm. i.
Cute as a button and neat as
a pin, Aurora, with her pep
and eneI'QY, rates dancing and
boating high among her inter-
ests. She hopes to become C1
Tall and stately Patsy is full of
fun and packed with pep. A
favorite with everyone here,
Pasty is sure to be well-liked
by all in college.
Girls' Chorus I, Honor Soc. 4:
l-LR. Mgr. 4, Dance Comm. 3,4,
Usher 3: Cheerleader 4, Stu-
dent Leader 3: Badminton I,2,3,
Honor Team 4, Volleyball 3,4,
Archery 3,4, Basketball 3,4.
Exuberantly happy Bill enioys
rolling a few frames of king
pins and strumming his "gee-
tar." Bill will undoubtedly make
rapid strides as a nuclear
Concert Band 2, Track 3.
Jimmy, tall and handsome, takes
humor wherever he goes, An
active sports participant, he
plans to attend college. We
are sure our conscientious and
hard-working .lim is destined
Class Sec. I, G.O. Rep. 21
Honor Soc. l,3, Treas. 4, Key
Club 2,3, Pres 4, Usher 2,3,4,
Football l,2,3,4, Track l,2,3,4.
A real cute blond, Geri devotes
much time to her Temple youth
group and sorority, Efficient and
optimistic, she is certain to
make a wonderful nurse.
Girls' Chorus 2,3,4f Basketball
A tall and valuable asset to
the basketball team, Pete is
chiefly interested in athletics
and reading. The promising
field of science awaits him after
Track If Basketball 2,3,4, Usher
Competent Dan finds enioyment
in many sports but has a spe-
cial yen for soccer. He is
geared to make the wheels go
round as a machinist.
JEANETTE ANNA RUSSO
A sincere and loyal friend,
Jeanette counts tennis, boating,
ice-skating, and bowling among
her interests. Considerate in na-
ture, Jeanette has set her
sights on o secretarial career.
"Rosie," pleasant and de-
pendable, especially enioys
going to sorority meetings.
Her genial and patient dis-
position will greatly aid her
as a beautician in the world
Sylvia, hard-working and re-
served, can always be
counted on to do any iob
well. lndeed a great asset
to our class, Sylvia will be
college bound this fall.
Honor Soc. l,3,4, Voyageur
3,4, Girls' Chorus l,2,3,-1,
Mixed Chorus 4, Science
Club l,2,3,4, H.R. Mgr. lg
Usher 2,3,4, Badminton 2,31
Basketball l,2,3,4, Softball
l,2,3,4g Archery l,2,3,4.
A gay, likeable girl with
ready wit, Karen enioys
swimming, bowling, and
horseback riding. Working
with "tiny tots" is this future
child technician's destiny.
Girls' Chorus l,2,3, Bowling
Amiable "Chickie's" varied
interests range from sports
to listening to records. After
she graduates from business
school, a secretarial career
and marriage will occupy
Marching Band l,2, Concert
A girl who easily combines
beauty with intellect, Harriet
is an original thinker and
loves iazz and Jules Feiffer
cartoons. She looks forward
to a stimulating four years
Honor Soc. 3, G.O. Rep 4:
FlasHingS 3, Assoc. Ed. 4,
Sr. Play Comm. 2,4.
Tall and loquacious, Kathy
presents a striking appear-
ance. Perseverance will un-
doubtedly take her far in the
Held of iournalism.
FTA 3, Badminton l.
Petite and bright-eyed Janie
is one half of the Scopinich
set. As an advertising secre-
tary, she will certainly bring
eight hours of perpetual sun-
shine each day to her co-
Honor Soc. l, Cheerleader
4, Student Leader 2,3,4,
Hockey l,2.3,4f Basketball
l,2,3,4, Volleyball l,2,3,4,
Delightful June, the "other
half," seeks a future as a
commercial artist. June's ath-
letic achievements during
high school have earned her
a gold key as well as a
Student Leader 3,4, Hockey
i,2,3, Honor Team 4, Vol-
leyball l,2,3, Honor Team 4,
Basketball i,2, Honor Team
3,47 Softball Honor Team
With a mania for sports cars
and managing FHS teams,
Henry is unquestionably one
of Freeport's most unique
students. As an industrial
arts teacher, he will revolve
in the world of lathes and
Football, Mgr. l,2,3, Wres-
tling, Mgr. 2,3,4, Lacrosse,
FLORENCE LINDA SELLARS
Quiet and considerate Linda
is partial to bowling, listen-
ing to records, swimming,
and dancing. The approach
of time will find this person-
able gal "reaping" success
in the business held.
"Sonny," quiet and sincere,
enioys listening to short-
wave radio programs. Atrip
to Hawaii and success as an
aeronautical engineer will
fulfill the ambition of this
amiable and cheerful guy.
Ron, a frequent patron of
Gene's and a "swinging"
P.B,C. boxing participant,
likes fast-moving parties and
vivocious girls. He seeks
matriculation at college.
Football l,2,3,4, Lacrosse
l,2,3,4, Wrestling l.
.IUDITH ROSALYN SHAPIRO
Always smiling and cheerful,
Judy is loads of fun to be
with. Her immediate plans
include college, but she
looks forward to "love and
Girls' Chorus l,2,3,4, Science
Club 2,3, FTA 2,3, News
Service 2,3, Junior Band l,
P.A. Staff 3,4, Sr. Play 4,
Bus. Pub. 4, Hockey l,Table
Tennis I,3, Honor'Team 2,4,
An individual both in attire
and personality, Jon can usu-
ally be found behind the
wheel of his "silent" green
convertible. Cool, calm, and
collected .lon will rise to
heights as a lawyer.
Football I,2,3, Basketball I,
A talented musician and an
able leader best depicts our
handsome and popular Drum
Maior. After a college edu-
cation, Mark can look for-
ward confidently to a prom-
Class Soc, Sec. 2, G.O. Rep.
l,4, H, R. Mgr. 2, Marching
Band I,2,3, Drum Maior 4,
Concert Band I,2,3,4, Exec.
Council 2,3,4, Baseball
This bewitching young lady
is a constant contributor to
Freeport's gay social life.
Extremely adept at painting
and sketching, Les will read-
ily make her mark as a
Girls' Chorus l, Jr. Prom
Comm. 3, Sr. Play Comm.
4, Softball 3.
HazeI's light-hearted person-
ality steers its way into ev-
eryone's heart. When she
becomes a dancing teacher,
her instructions will produce
pupils as superb as Mata
Girls' Chorus 2,3,4, FTA
2,3,4, Usher 3,4, Basketball
2,3, Softball 2,3,4.
Dependable and cheerful,
"Norm" is headed for a ca-
reer in the world of capital
gains and commuter trains.
Only a few of the activi-
ties in her busy life are
bowling, horseback riding,
and sorority meetings.
Bus. Pub. 4, FlasHingS 4,
Girls' Chorus 2,4, Pub. Of-
Popular "Smitty" carries his
high principles not only into
the classroom but also onto
the playing field. The en-
gineering world will gain an
outstanding colleague in this
Honor Soc. l,3,4, G.O. Treas.
4, Class Treas. 3, Sec. 4, Key
Club 3,4, Jr. Prom Comm. 3:
LeadervCorps I,2,3,4, Cheer-
leader 3,4-, Wrestling l,2,3,4,
Track I,2,3,4, Cross Coun-
A quiet friendly fellow, Bill
is especially interested in
radio and television repair.
Future days will find him in-
vestigating the phenomena
involving movement of free
An expert swimmer, this de-
Pendable, ever-sunny sorority
president enioys attending "PJ"
parties. After college, instruct-
ing students in the "Three R's"
will be her next step.
FTA l,2,4p FlasHingS 4, Red
Cross l,2,3, Girls' Chorus 3,4,
Science Club 3,4, Dance Comm.
l, Badminton l,2,3,4, Volleyball
3, Basketball 3, Archery 3.
Five foot two with eyes of blue,
"Cookie" has a fabulous figure
and is a fashion plate too, She
will make a princess of a
FTA 4, Lib. Club 3,4.
Flo, full of fun and energy,
manages to devote her time to
Cl part-time iob as well as to
sorority meetings, dancing, and
ice-skating, Insurance claims,
summonses, and complaints will
be first on her agenda as a
Volleyball 35 Softball 3.
Many are the days when after
school you find Aubrey under
a car or "filling it up with
gas." This young man's interest
in cars will make him successful
as a mechanical engineer.
FHS Band lf FlasHingS 3.
A devoted sports participant,
Jean also enioys attending par-
ties and sorority meetings. ln
future years, she will find the
hum of a busy office greeting
Girls' Chorus l,2,3,4p Mixed
Chorus 3,4, Basketball l,2,3,4g
Softball l,2,3,4, Volleyball l,2,
Good-natured Jerry looks for-
ward to attending college in
the fall. Aside from school
sports, this fun-loving lad en-
ioys water-skiing, bowling, and
working on "Chevy V-8's."
Cross-Country 2, Track 3, Bowl-
WILLIAM PETER SNEDEKER
Slim Pete, noted for his affa-
bility, enioys "ripping up the
road" in his "wheels." His fore-
sight will enable him to keep
ahead in the modern world of
There's bound to be a laugh
when Jackie, a born wit, is
around. At home with a baton
or violin this versatile and at-
tractive miss hopes to complete
a successful college career.
Class V.P. l, Treas. 2,
Rep. 3, H.R. Mgr. 2, Honor Soc.
lf Jr. Prom comm. 3, Twirler
2,31 Spotlight Twirler 4,
Working with radios and elec-
tronics particularly intrigues this
pleasant, atfable guy. A bowl-
ing participant and maior
league baseball fan, Sal may
count on a prosperous future as
a certified public accountant.
Bev, a girl with long brown
tresses and a sociable personal-
ity, likes swimming, dancing,
and parties. After success in the
business field, a "band of gold"
.is her dream.
Bobbi, who came from Valley
Stream in her Senior year, is
interested in water sports and
modern dance. -
As a nurse, she chose a very
Of patience and hope she'll
be a constant source.
A reliable miss, Julie's sym-
pathetic nature will make her
well-liked by all her patients
when she becomes an R.N. She
spends her leisure hours sup-
porting Freeport's teams.
Girls' Chorus l,2,3,4, Mixed
Chorus 3, FHA l, Red Cross l.
"Lee," a personable young lady
with a crowning glory of gold,
enioys singing, dancing, and a
good game of bowling,
A future of photographs and
negatives awaits her as an x-ray
Paul, a quiet and reserved in-
dividual, enioys working with
cars and participating in sports.
His future as a physicist will
find him stating the properties
of matter and energy.
Football l,2,3,4, Wrestling 4.
Science Club 3,4.
Certainly one of the finest
wrestlers Freeport has ever
seen, Bob is a hit wherever he
goes. Good-looking and blond,
he is awaited by a career in
real estate and insurance.
Class Sec. 3, Soc. Sec. 4, Key
Club 3,4f Cheerleader 3, Track
lg Wrestling l,2,3,4.
The possessor of a pleasant
and serene disposition, Kathie is
a loyal supporter of FHS foot'
ball and basketball. A Chinese
food lover, she plans a secre-
tarial career followed by mar-
Girls' Chorus l,2,3,4, Mixed
Chorus 3,4f Red Cross 2, Bas-
ELIZABETH JANE TUCCI
Cute, amicable, and quiet is
"B.J.," a gal who enioys parties
and sorority meetings. As a sec-
retary, "B..I." will be right at
home in any busy office.
Cour. Comm. 4.
A slender classical beauty, Sue
is one of Freepart's aspiring
young actresses. Her poise and
sophistication assure her success
in the theater.
Sr. Play .2,3,4p Masque and
Wig 2,3, V,P. 4, P,A. Staff
April's chic and striking ap-
pearance has caught many an
admiring glance. Her poise and
fascination for flying cannot
fail to make her an excep-
tional airline hostess.
Archery l,2, Bowling l,2.
MARIE HELEN THYBEN
Friendly and quiet, Marie en-
ioys crocheting and sewing.
Upon graduation, there shall be
many a day when she will
hear, "Take a letter please,
Lib. Club 2,3,4.
A very pretty girl with an ami-
cable manner, Jo enioys a
combination of pizza and soror-
ity meetings. This chic dresser
will reach her zenith as a pur-
Girls' Chorus l,25 Cour. Comm.
"Junior" receives much enioy-
ment from collecting unusual
weapons and studying Civil War
history. To become a wealthy
man with an annual salary of
six digits is his ambition.
The study of hypnosis and
psychology is Jay's chief in-
terest. Upon graduation
from a European university,
a promising tuture in engin-
neering will greet this nonf
Dance Comm. 4, Wrestling
MARTHA JANE TUTI-IILL
Possessing soft and refresh-
ing loveliness, Jane derives
pleasure from listening to
Johnny Mathis and the King-
ston Trio. Her experience
from teaching Sunday School
insures Jane's success as a
H,R. Mgr. 1,2,4, FTA 3,Sec.
4, Girls' Chorus I,2, Bowl-
Tall, handsome, and friendly
Bill is interested in all
sports, particularly basket-
ball in which he excels. His
ambition - to receive a
high-salaried iob upon grad-
uation trom college.
Key Club 2,3,4, Basketball
2,3,4, Baseball 2,3,4.
A hard-working intellectual,
John spends much of his
time outdoors tishing, boat-
ing, and hiking. In the fu-
ture we'll address this gal-
lant fellow as "Dr. Uhl."
FlasHingS 2, Sports Editor 3,
Editor-in-chief 4, Honor Soc.
1,3,4, Key Club 3,4, March-
ing Band 1,2, Concert Band
1,2, PA Stott 3,4, Science
Club 3, V.P. 3, Student
Council 4, H,R. Mgr. 3.
Jo, a gal with an outgoing
personality, centers her in-
terests around roller skating
and bowling. Accounts re-
ceivable and accounts paya-
ble will be Jo's as a book-
A true friend, "Jinx" never
'fails to lend a helping hand.
A gracious, dependable, yet
lively personality will aid
her in a language teaching
Honor Soc. 1,4, FTA I,3,4,
P.A. Staff 1,2,3, Pres. 4,
News Service 3,4, Marching
Band 2,3,4, Concert Band
A blonde with an etterves-
cent personality, Roni en-
ioys parties and skating.
Typing is second nature to
this future secretary, who
also tinds interest in art.
DIANE VAN NOSTRAND
Diane, whose long blonde
hair adds to her pert ap-
pearance, has many attri-
butes, including sincerity and
friendliness. Extremely inter-
ested in horses and an ex-
pert rider, Diane hopes to
attend agricultural school.
WILLIAM VAN VORST
Bowling and fishing rank
high on Bill's list ot likes.
This quiet and amicable tel-
Iow aspires to reach the
ninety per cent income tax
Bea is an attractive girl
with a charming personality
who likes to spend her tree
time dancing, ice skating,
and cooking good things to
eat. Bea has her hopes set
on a career as a secretary.
Handsome and likeable, "Big
Ed" enioys swimming and
outboard boat racing in his
eight-toot sled. Hisllove at
the out-of-doors has led him
to choose conservation as a
Marching Band 'l,2,3,4g Con-
cert Band l,2,3,4, Exec.
Coun. 4: Track 2,3.
Richard, whose predominant
virtues are quietness and de-
termination, is interested in
music, reading, and writing
poetry. His aspiration is to
become an accountant.
Public Address Staff 2,3, G.
O. Rep. 4, Bus. Pub. 4.
A real pal who is welcome
everywhere, Charlie will
soon be working with bal-
ance sheets, iournals, and
ledgers as a C.P.A. Sports
and coin collecting are his
Tiny, delicate, and very
charming, Judy enioys sports,
particularly horseback riding.
Upon graduation from col-
lege, she plans to enter the
FTA 2,3,4, Sr. Play Comm.
2,3, Bowling 4, Archery 4.
Wolt's fine personality is
complemented by sincerity
and dependability. An ex-
perienced member of the
Boys' Leader Corps, he is
bound for success as a phy-
sical education teacher.
Boys' Leader Corps l,2,3,4,
Judy, noted tar her long,
blonde ponytail, is a girl
with personality plus who
enioys dancing, acting, and
singing. To be an "angel"
ot a teacher is her goal.
FTA 4, Bus. Pub. 3,41 Sr.
Play 4, Mixed Chorus 2,3,4.
Hoping to start a cultural
Renaissance, Harriet enioys
drama, arts, philosophy, and
music. Her combination ot
looks, intellect, wit, and
originality has led to her
Honor Soc. i,3f Pres. 4, Elas-
HingS Stott 3,4, Masque and
Wig 2,3,4, Sr. Play Cast
2,3,4p Dance Comm. 3,45 P.A.
Stott 3,4, Bus. Pub. Stat?
2,3,4, News Service 2,3,4.
Quiet, reserved Bobbie is
nevertheless friendly and
pleasant to know. A de-
voted fan of rock'n'roll and
a gardening enthusiast, Bab-
bie aspires to be a top-notch
Honor Soc. lp Girls' Chorus
Baseball, bowling, cars,and
parties capture the interest
of this well-groomed dresser.
T-squares, triangles, and pra-
tractors will occupy his time
as a drattsman after col-
Rog's friendly personality,
winning smile, and good
sense ot humor have made
him well-liked in FHS. His
desire to become an elec-
trical engineer will undoubt-
edly be fulfilled.
Riflery l, Track 2, Wrestling
V 4. lv.
A cute gal with a vivacious
personality, "Ruddie" centers her
interests around bowling and
water skiing. Upon graduation
she will be found undertaking
the duties and responsibilities of
H.R. Mgr. I,4, Orchestra I,
Hockey I,2, Softball 3.
lndustrious, cheerful, and good-
natured Vonnie enioys progres-
sive iazz. Her enthusiasm for
cadet teaching will assure her
success as an elementary school
teacher after college.
Marching Band l,2,3, Concert
Band i,2,3,4, Softball I.
BARBARA ANN WILSON
Tall and slender Bob takes
pleasure in dancing and listen-
ing to iazz. In her future as a
secretary her fingers will skip
along the typewriter keys.
Basketball 4, Hockey 4.
Lively and full of fun, Dave
spends much time either at his
after school iob or working with
cars. He plans to attend col-
lege after graduation.
Track I, Wrestling 3.
Freeport's highly active' and
popular G.O. president was a
valuable football lineman, Bob
seeks a good education after
which he is surely destined for
G.O. President 4, G.O. V.P. 3,
Class V.P. 3, Key Club 2,3,4,
Jr. Prom Comm. 3, Honor Soc.
l,4, Lacrosse l,2,3,4, Wrestling
l,2,3, Co-Capt. 4, Football
Betty, "one of many," is our
prize package of infectious gig-
gles and blue-eyed beauty. A
ray of femininity, she will
brighten any field she enters.
Cheerleader '3, Basketball I.
With a look of thoughtful spec-
ulation in his eyes, Paul is a
hard-working athlete and an
avid sports fan. His goal in life
is to become a patent lawyer.
Track 2,3,4, Wrestling 2,3,4.
Charlie, a conscientious fellow
and an enthusiastic swimmer and
fisherman, likes to tinker with
cars and boats. We see him in
the field of mechanical engi-
neering after college.
Football I,2, Lacrosse 'I,2,
Marching Band I, Concert Band
I, FlasHingS 3, Assoc. Ed. 4.
Em, known for her beautiful
blond tresses, seeks a future as
an airline stewardess. A delight-
ful mixture of energy and en-
thusiasm best describes Emily.
Honor Soc. I, Hockey I, Vol-
leyball 3,4, Badminton 2,3,4,
Basketball 3,4, Softball 3,4.
Judy, a girl who always has a
kind word to say, enioys sports,
cooking, and reading. She looks
forward to nursing as a career.
Science Club 2.
Musically inclined Judy has a
friendly smile and personality to
match. A talented pianist, she
hopes to instill her love for
music in her future pupils.
Marching Band i,2,3, Concert
Band l,2,3,4, Girls' Chorus 3,
Mixed Chorus 3, News Service
2, Red Cross 3, Bowling I.
Pat, sure to be the dream
teacher of a classroom of little
children, loves music and has a
keen interest in sports and stock
Girls' Chorus I,2,3,4, FHA I,
Treas. 2, Pres. 3,4, FTA 4,
' Hockey I.
A guy with rugged good iooks
coupled with an admirable
physique, Pete especially enioys
hunting. Also adept in water
sports, he hopes to put his
nautical knowledge to use as a
Track i,2,3,4f Wrestling 1,21
This good-looking, relaxed
young man's interest is cap-
tured by cars and sports, espee
cially fishing and boating.
Controlling the power at those
great machines ot industry is in
CharIie's future after gradua-
Kathy, who numbers boating,
skiing, and swimming among
her activities, is also an ad-
mirer of convertibles, We fore-
cast a sunny future as a
secretary for this pleasant and
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Sue A. Damis
William S. Hughes
J. Wesley Southard
BATES BOAT SALES
62 Woodcleft Avenue
Freeport, New York
FOR THE ALLURING FACE YOU'VE ALWAYS DREAMED OF
ITALIAN AMERICAN DELICATESSEN
IMPORTED 81 DOMESTIC
FRESH SAUSAGE OUR SPECIALTY
ASSOCIATED OF FREEPORT
361 Atlantic Avenue
Between South Bayview and
Saint Marks Avenue
FREE PARKING FOR HUNDREDS OF CARS
DETOUR - TRAFFIC STOPPERS
HOW DO YOU RATE AS A GIRL?
OIL HEATS BEST
3300 West Merrick Road
Freeport, New York
Mr. "Meadow Brook" Sends
I For Success
To The Class of I96O
THE MEADOW BROOK NATIONAL BANK
"SERVING LONG ISLAND"
II Z1Jl'I'FFd671'dl Dfpoxit Inxuranef Corjloration
THE SOUTH SHORE
FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
"YOUR SAFE HAVEN FOR SAVINGS"
47 W. Sunrise Hwoy Sunrise Hwoy 8K Forest Ave.
Freeport, New York Mossopequo, New York
FR 8-6263 LI I-9500
SEVEN WONDERS OF THE WORLD, WHAT IS THIS WORLD
MONARCH TIRE CORPORATION
NEW TIRES USED
VULCANIZING AND RECAPPING
251 North Main sneer
Freeporf, New York
FReeporf 9-2884 FReeporI 9-2711
HARRY WREDE, Prop.
LUNCHEONS - DINNERS
30 W. Merrick Road
Freeporf, New York
YOU TOO CAN MAKE YOUR ROOM COME ALIVE
RUDOLPH L. HIMMEL
HYGRADE MEAT MARKET
33 W. Merrick Road
Freeport, New York
FR 9-2171 Est. 1924
MAYFAIR Ali? FREE PARKING
ITALIAN RESTAURANT 8: PIZZERIA
68 VVEST IVIERRICK ROAD
OUTGOING ORDERS FREEPORT, L. I., N. Y.
LET'S HAVE ANOTHER CUP OF COFFEE
THE BUSINESS PUBLICATIONS
These are the people that make it run:
BARBARA FURMAN ................................. Editor-in-Chief
Barbara deserves credit for the organization and supervision of the soliciting
ENID FEINSILBER ................................. Assistant Editor
Because of the able assistance of Enid, the canvassing this year has been a
JUDY WALDMAN .................................. Assistant Editor
Judy, a member of the staFf for two years, has helped in the financing of
BARBARA MILLER ................................... Typing Editor
Barbara has been responsible for writing to various companies for ads.
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