Frenchtown High School - Terrier Yearbook (Frenchtown, NJ)

 - Class of 1955

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Q aff' and iffy dd Q M5 f!,,, Milestone The Semor Class Frenchtown New Jerseq Frenchtown I-lugh School Q Q 3 C 05' .Q 3 Cie: Q Q 3 7 T it 1 Q 5 I l i Q Q'-:QQ L: Q' V.. ' Y V ' .', 4 ' ,N V I , ' 2' -f' L -,, Y k K , ' . l nf.: , ,Lho 5 A 1, kiwi l f"f"' l ' l ' A, Il ,. - L 4 rf' gi l - I' Y' , l I T , I Q " N ' ' ,:'n..f 1:f,.,.. ,, .. of "' ll'l'l W - - W ,, . W, ' AML , . - W""""1Nm..M 0 0 Q 0 1 ily? Q, nf-if o 4 W 4, gh Jw 5 kg: ,F o il- X '33, "e'l.,,1,tZ1?-'iffil vi"'f" ',,qr'rr7CZ S. in SVA. Blue and Gold Glorious Stand once more 1n your places Loyal comrades true Sound our fa1r mother s praxses And hers be the honor due Ha1l her banner vlctorlous Raise her blue and gold glorlous Streammg on hlgh Here s to our Alma Mater Old Frenchtown I-hgh 2 '99 v +1-4 -7 W- J 3 f K M, ., ,, , - Y 1-' X Lev-v"'s.2'j', ,Go If -, ,,,, l f., '-4 1 W ,sw-lf,,l ?'n,,',,f V 4 . , A . 4 KK 1 ,ix , 1,4 I I ,A W5 , , ,:f,uf, - ix -ii ' , Vi' as I n . Z . . I s 4 Mi ., V . . ly ilu. TAM! FAM 1, a , .r-. TaZ?.?VM Avafngfgql y' .J ,L -' . A M 'gf' ,ilu ,7 .4 4 ..,.f,, Q4-pk x1:-ij. k M no eigzxl- L 7' , 'Q'--' UZ"f- ' ,.' " ' ,fffkf 'Q Wil -'I'-J",f,if ' - 1 fv 52-11, ., -gy'Z3.le:Llwl M- ,f r ,627-'76 " s W 'K ,, flfaumfra 7 sf . f -'. I . p . . i 1 - I . .J . I, xy 3 I Paid Mg Dues DEDICATION We the class of 1955 would like to dedicate our year book 'Milestone to our faithful class advisor Mr Arthur A Hawk ln the past four years Mr Hawk has been loyal to our class giving it his time and attention without shirking any duties His advice and interest shown to the class have been appreciated by each and every member During the past four years our class has accomplished many goals with the assistance and suggestions of Mr Hawk As our class adviser, his leadership has proved to be just what our class has needed during our activities and fund-raising campaigns. Throughout the coming years, Mr. Hawk will be remem- bered by the class of 1955 as our class adviserg but he will be remembered also as a friend. We would like to wish him the best of everything in the years to come. 3 Q-11 Language and Social Studies - r Vera E. Miller, Engllshg Gross, French and Lating Luther Hammond, English and J.B.T. Jamin W. Hodgson, I-listoryg H Hamerstone, English and e'll N Home Economics and Industrial Arts: Mary Louise Kern, Clifford D. Lessig 1 1 4 'Wi 1 .V em, M Never Forget Them of Q'-we- 4 4 35. Bertram M. Light, Superintendent of Schools, Elizabeth Szekeres, Secre tary. xgxx Music: Evelyn M. Uren, Vocal music, Elpedio J. Pettinelle, Instrumental music. Building Engineers: Harold E. Sny- der and Joseph A. Cooper. Joan Anderson "Joanie" Quiet in classes very deceiving, Just wait until she starts leaving. Hi-Teens I,2,3,4g Band 1,2,3,4g Hockey 1,2, 3,43 Basketball l,2g Intramurals l,2,3, Radie Anderson 'Radar' Radie may be shy that s true 5 ,-Q is 'V 1 f. But she s sweet and nice andagood pal too v N- H1 Teens 12 3 4 Meteorology Club 3 Sec retary Class of 1955 'RG 13,82 C 'T x X Helen Beer Helen Vivacious Helen s full of pep She s a gal that s really hep Dramatic Club 1 2 3 4 H1 Teens I 2 3 4 Pianist 4 Twirler 3 4 Orchestra l 2 Junior Play Year Book Staff Basketball 12 3 4 Betty Hovey Betty A strong supporter of her class Betty IS a friendly lass H1 Teens 1 2 3 4 Dramatic Club 4 Photography Club 1 Library Club4 Treasurer 4 Intramurals 1 2 1' 219' Robert Balliet Tune Well dressed Bobby is his name Pink socks and sh1rts have brought him fame Conservation Club 1 2 4 FootbaIl2 3 4 Baseball 3 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Basket ball 4 Paul Becker Jess Paul is certainly a swell guy If only he wouldn t be so shy Intramural Basketball 1 Intramural Foot ball 4 Movie Operator 1 2 3 4 -'YN 4-1' kv' I , I - ' I X T V - . rl Sq 5 . Q ' , , n r 1 I I , ' gk, N , K V, . , . M n ' f ff , I . X Q' Q - H n K 4 , .,,' r ' L 1 ' . 1 Z . 2, I 1 n If Q X 1 Y t ' .. n Y in X t . Q , 6 4' 3 If S Harry Carr Hare Shy and good lookmg IS Harry Carr On our basketball team he s a star Conservauon Club 4 Press Agent 4 Bas ketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Barbara Cavanaugh Barb s the class fl1rt always happy When II comes to muslc she s real snappy Band 2 3 4 lntramura's l 2 3 4 H1 Teens 1 2 3 4 Dramauc Club 1 ik 7 Charles Bush Gordon Gordon Bush IS quxte a scholar He has no t1me a glrl to collar SCIENCE Clubl 2 3 4 Jumor Play 3 Wayne Capron Snap Wayne IS teased about h1s wave He thmks If makes the g1rls rave Blue and Gold Staff Class of 1955 l Z' Beatrlce Cochran Bea Helpful act1ve popular Bea She s our pretnest as you can see H1 Teens 2 34 Cho1r 2 3 4 Jumor Comm1ttee Year Book Staff James Cooper J1m J1m loves sports he s a mce fellow Always ready Wllh a fr1endly hello Football 4 lntramnrals 2 3 4 Prom I - ,l l 'J ' ,,,g ' ' . . 'X ' Q. -' Q .Z- J Q- X v X - H H K Xxx A ' . -o ' 2 ' my -1- he 'C' It -"Babs" , I, XJ! .I EX. 1: 4' W 2 ' , X ' b 17 5 X U. t '- I ,. Peter deRaat Pete Happy go lucky excells at math M6Ch3UlCS also l1e 1n h1s path Hobby Club 1 SCIENCE 12 3 4 Dance Com m1ttees 2 3 " Robert Eckert 'Mlckey Mantle Bob Eckert s a real handsome lug From h1S square shoulders to h1spo1nted pug Intramurals l 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 01' 4-Q' G"""V Class of I955 Q 4nF"" Jeanne Frankenf1eld Jeanne So well known IS her name Neatness and fr1endl1ness have won her fame H1 Teens 12 3 4 V1ce Pres1dent Dramatlc Club 1 2 3 4 Secretary 4 Band 3 4 Mar1ann Fr1edr1ch Fredd1e In Typmg H1story and Englxsh no slouch W1th classmates and teachers never a grouchl Dramatlc Club 3 Blue and Gold 4 BUSINESS Manager Meterology Club 3 Presldent H1 Teens 3 4 Year Book 4 L1braryCIub4 VICE Pres1dent Intramurals 3 4 1445 ,Any .40 Off -? RosaI1nd Farkash ROSS16 Talkauve helpful a fr1endly gal ROSSIC IS everybody s pal H1 Teens 2 3 4 Travel Club 3 Blue and Gold 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Intramurals 4 Sh1rley Fleck Sh1rl Shlrley has fun argumg wlth teachers That s just one of her outstandlng features Dramat1c Club l 2 H1 Teens I2 3 4 Year Book Staff 4 Intramurals 12 3 4 L1brary Club 3 4 Basketball I ll I 4 ' ' 1 n I Q A 9 n I Q ' "" , X, I I t O, S y ' X IW ,., Nm I ' I xx I S n f v 1 1 v f - . 4' I U I I , I ' - O 1 A v' '- . . 5 : st 1' Q Q . ax N M ll ' lf l ' - , ' , : '- . , , 2 ll ll . . . , 5 , . , 6 . . . i 0 ll - fl . I . I - l 1 . ' . 2 , . I 1 1 ' . n ' 8 'Wie ff' 0, is 24 ""U'y Jo Ann Helsel an Jo Ann IS sweet neat and k1nd One of the best that you can f1nd H1 Teens 12 3 4 Dramauc Club 1 Jun1or Play Commlttee Sen1or Play Commlttee Yearbook Staff 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Wayne Hobson D1gn1f1ed fa1thful 1n all h1s tasks He always does what everyone asks 4 H Club 1 23 Presldent Class Presl dent 1 2 V1ce Presldent of Class 3 SCIENCE Club 1 2 3 Pres1clent 4 Student COUHC11 2 Conservatlon Club 4 Blue and Gold 2 3 4 Ed1tor 4 Jumor and Sen1or Play !"""'A 3063 rv he i Nancy Godown Jumbo Nancy IS fr1endly wlth lots of grlt She mlngles IhlS w1th plenty of w1t Band Tw1rler3 4 H1 Teensl 2 3 4 Dramatlc Club 3 4 Traffxc Comm1ttee 3 Jumor Play3 Sen1or Play 4 Edna Hansen Edna Edna Hansen cheerful and gay She always has somethmg wxtty to say Dramatlc Club 1 2 H1 Teens 1 2 3 4 Year book Staff 4 lntramural hockey 3 4 Jumor Play Commlttee 3 Sen1or Play Comm1ttee4 Class of I955 4113 4 9 'F"'-1 'sb 1.2" Ella Mae Hooper Ella Mae Ella Mae s a real n1ce pal She s always such a happy gal H1 Teens 1 2 3 4 Llbrary Club 4 Photography Club 4 Softball lntra murals 2 3 4 Raymond Hubert Ra On the motorcycle not a soul more hardy To Mr Hammond s class he s always tardy Softball 1 2 3 4 Football l 2 3 Arthur Boesch Art The trumpet IS Arthur s 1deal ln the band he s a b1g wheel Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra l 2 3 4 Dance Band 1 2 3 4 Conservauon Club l 2 3 4 1 ,-- it .Q 3 Q . . . . A 3 , Q' ' ' ' '. ' Y p - , ' 1 : '- 1 . . ,z ' 0' 4 ' lv" rs . 11 I' 1 1 12 ' '-11 ' -'I Q I: I - I fi I 11J 11 f . . 4 '- . ' . ' 45, 9.1 1 1 I 1 . F K x I I , 4 1 .... ,, 4 j ,Wa ne ,, ' , N 1 1 r I 5 .' - ' ' . - s ll yl ,, 1 'X . 1 V ' 1 1 -r' ' JZ . 1 1 ., ig . .1 11 ,, pf '54 ' ' ' , 'qv !4 4' N., W, 1 . . as Wt, . ,'. lu Q. . . A .g W' ' . ' .1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 AAA , q :A 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 Patricia Hughes "Pat" Pat's a cheerleader, a good one, too, If some says she's sweet, it's nothing new. Hi-Teens l,2,3,4g Cheerleading 2,3,4, Cap- tain J. V. 2g Junior Play 3g Senior Play 4g Dramatic Clubg Student Council, Secretary 33 Traffic Committee 35 Business management of Yearbook 4g Dance Committee l,2,3,4. Barbara Jepson 'Barb' A winning smile, a helpful hand, A real sport we think she s grand Varsity Hockey 2 3 4 Co Captain 4 Varsity Basketball 2 3 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Refer eeing Softball 1 Junior Play 3 H1 Teensl 2 3 4 Dramatic Club l 2 3 Dance Committee Class of 1955 L Jill! IUFN "Y'1lP Carl Kettler Carl A tall blonde good sport Quiet 1n a way 4 H Club 1 2 3 4 Conservation Club l 2 3 4 Travel Club 4 Science Club4 Intramurals l 2 3 4 Patricia Kinney at Tall friendly and energetic H1 Teens l 2 3 4 Traffic Comm1ttee3 Dramatic Club 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Junior Play 3 Senior Play Committee Blue and Gold4 V. "N sg'.i ysqff, M,. 5 'D' fr'-' Herman Kappus Herman Has a friendly attitude ls very likeable lntramurals 1 2 3 4 Conservation Club 1 2 Verna Kennedy Verna ln the cafeteria she really works There s not a duty this girl shlrks Library Club 3 4 Treasurer3 H1 Teens3 4 'Vs Quan. 10 2:33 I 1 o v f ' 7 1 V I ' 3.4. I l Y I I X I ' 3 I I . - . X X . I v Q .'- f . n u S, 4 iB'w 53N Y I l :I . ll Y Y : I Q - 1 1 - Y , ' 1 . ' . V 'A ,,-. UP n .Vi Sy 1: C F'-uv Edward Lawler Bmgo HIS laughter w1t and fun Make h1m a fr1end of everyone Conservatlon 1 2 3 4 VICE Pres1dent 3 Pres1dent 4 Dramatxc Club 4 Jun1or Play3 Intramurals 2 3 4 Football Team 1 2 3 4 Carol Luks Carol Tall pretty fr1endly One w1th always a sm1le H1 Teens 1 2 3 4 4 HClub2 3 Record Club4 Scxence Club 4 Sen1or Play Comm1ttee Dt- 0' 'rm N if 'f' l'2'-E1 1' 11 Ruth Ann Kolbek Wlndy She has v1m and ready w1t A load of pep and lots of gr1t H1 Teens 12 3 4 Dramatlc Club 12 Blue and Gold 2 3 4 Jun1or Play 3 Lead Part Cheerlead1ng 3 4 Vars1ty Hockey 1 2 3 4 Co Captam 4 Vars1ty Basketball 1 2 3 Gen eral Manager of Yearbook 4 Softball 1 James Kugler James A real n1ce guy Easy to say he s O K Conservat1on 1 2 3 4 Class of 1955 MBI-10118 Lutz "Marg1e Qu1et and shy lntelhgent and fr1endly H1 Teens 1 2 3 4 Sclence Club 4 Dramatlc Club l Junlor Play Commlttees Sen1or Play Comm1ttees Traff1c Comm1ttee 4 Dance Comm1ttee 3 4 Record Club 4 Jo Ellen Magruder Jo Ellen Glrls l1ke her are very few Helpful cheerful pretty too Band 1 2 3 4 Blue and Gold 4 Alumn1Ed1tor Band 1 2 3 4 Blue and Gold 4 Alumnx Ed1tor 4 L1brary Club H1 Teens 12 3 4 Intramurals 12 3 4 Jun1or Play 3 Sen1or Play Comm1ttee Basketball Manager l 2 3 Dance Comm1ttee 1 2 3 4 U ' I Q - , , , 9 A , Q fb Ax . . 5 ' . 2 P C' , . CFR I 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 I - 1 1 1 ' '4':. . 1 It ' . LJ, . 1 1 1 1 14 - n , V I . I Y ' ' A 1 1 l 1 1 l . q 1 1 A K 1 Q I if ' A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A' ' Co-Captain 4. Q 1 K was-I ' .5 ,4 'Aff' ' , li if 11 11 K - x 1 1 1 1 " A 1 1 1 I - . -' 1 1 1 1 . . 1 ' ' X if: 8' t g ' ' ' Q 'T JA ' , 1 - 1 . S ll P A A 4' 1 1 -1 1 1 1 1 1 Q 1 1 ' . . . . Dolores Marrolli Dee Pretty and neat clever and sweet Dolores IS the glrl hard to beat H1 Teens l2 3 4 Dramatxc Club 1 lntra murals 12 3 4 Travel Club 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Record Club 4 Raymond McPeek Ra The answer to a malden s prayer And when playmg a game he plays fa1r Sc1ence Club 2 3 4 Conservatlon Club 2 3 4 Dramatlc Club 4 Junxor Play 3 Class Vxce Presldent 4 Football 2 3 4 lntramurals l 2 3 4 Y' av' Class of 1955 436 Elalne Ph1lk1ll Elame For dependab1l1ty Ask for Ela1ne H1 Teens 12 3 4 Dramatlc Club 1 Year book Staff 4 Traffxc Comm1ttee 3 4 Dance Comm1ttee 3 4 Chalrman 3 Blue and Gold 3 4 Exchange Edltor 4 Eugene Ph1ll1ps Roundy Tall and handsome very smart Watch out glrls hell steal your heart Class Vlce Presldent 1 2 Class Presldent3 4 Athletlc Assoc1at1on 1 2 3 4 President 4 Trafflc Comm1ttee 3 4 Baseball 12 3 4 J unlor Play 3 '-is ,aw ,L LO" N? 1-Y Robert McGh1e Bob Frxendly talkatlve Happy go lucky Conservation 1 2 3 4 Sclence 1 2 Jumor Play 3 Semor Play 4 Intramural Football 4 Meteorology 3 V1olet Palcza V1olet V1olet IS a g1rl w1th the wmsome smlle Work1ng on the yearbook all the whlle l-h Teens 1 2 3 4 Student Counc1l4 Treasur er Trafflc Comm1ttee 3 4 Chalrman 4 Blue and Gold 2 3 4 L1terary Edltor 4 Dance Comm1ttee 2 3 4 Cha1rman3 Ed1torofYear book 4 Jumor Play 3 Sen1or Play Commlt tees Sclence Club 4 Journallsm Club 3 Dramat1c Clubl Orator1calContest2 Second Place Record Club 4 fn!" ll I 5 .1 y'n 5 'V I , ' . 1'. lf' ' I y . 5 n L ' V 1 1 1 1 . ' 'X hi' 7 . Y Y ' . l 4 V' ' ' 'Q ' V .- A : U 'l .s 1 13 ' , I Q , fb x -. ' 47 'CA ' M I L I I v ' ' .: . ' L 1 3 . . ' A l I 9 I V : X 1 t ,Q 1 1 11 D . 7 , . x. -251 ',. 'Q 1' J' .05 N, -fi fl' Edith Prieser Edith Fun to be with nice to know That is why we like her so Blue and Gold 3 4 H1 Teens 2 3 4 Junior x', Lois Phillips 'Lois' Full of fun, joy, and pep, This girl was head majorette. Hi-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 2, 4, Dramatic Club 3,45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Hockey 45 Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Yearbook Staff 4. Erma Piell 'Ermie' She has the intelligence, Won first place in Spelling Bee H1 Teens 1 2 3 4 4 H Club l 2 Secretary 1 2 Blue and Gold 4 Editorial Staff of Year book 4 Intramurals 4 Junior Play 3 Dance Committee 2 3 Record Club 4 Class of 1955 Play 3 Senior Play 4 Yearbook Staff 4 'Q A 'U' Travel Club 3 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Lorln Reeves Lorin Not too fast not too slow Just the type we like to know Intramuralsl 2 3 4 XX Fa. " Q 'KQV 13 X 5 Henry Rey Tall blonde quiet A guy that everyone likes Conservation 1 2 3 4 Science Club 3 Junior Play 3 Senior Play 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Blue and Gold 4 Football Manager l 2 3 4 Ronald Risley Ris kid A friendly student energetic too As a Yankee Fan hes tried and true Conservation Club 1 2 3 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Basketball3 Student Council Pres1dent4 Traffic Committee 4 Class Treasurer 1 . 1 t ti Q - - Y D l D I I I . U . 1 Q . 1 1 Q 1 1 1 2 :Vi 0 ,, Q - K . ..,- , T . wi W, ' ' . ., f N 1, . I , ! ' X 7 A" i A X Wi "V, V l "HenrY" ' -1, jfffgf, . . I ' 13 A Ya y X - 1 1 1 1 Q 1 '- ' 1' : ' s 1 ' n 1 1 0 L . f . A . 9 I I ,' N a X u . - - rr . t . . x on , Y , W . . 1 fl ' ' P' ,f . I 1 .g . : U Q: ' ' 1 Sandra Schlott "Sandra" An Active student, friendly and sweet, You'1l find that Sandra's hard to beat. Dramatic Club 3, 4g Hi-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4g Cheerleader 2,3,4g Student Council 3,4, Treasurer 4g Athletic Associa- tion Treasurer 4g Junior Play 3g lntra- murals l,2g Traffic Committee 3,4g Hockey l,2,3,4g Basketball l,2,3. Paul Sebring "Paul" Paul's a cut-up, likes lots of fun, Willing to help to get work done. Conservation Club 1 2 3 43 Dramatic Club 4' Senior Play 4- Intramural Baseball l 2 3 4- lntramural Basketball 1 2 3 4' Football l 2 C ass Q 'SS-N. Orville Shoemaker Shoey This guy IS really on the ball Science Club 3 4 Baseball 4 Basketball 4 Intramural b sketball 4 Intramural Soft ball 4 Harriet Shoudt Harr1et Pretty popular musically 1ncl1ned Harr1et IS fr1endly and has a quick mind H1 Teens 12 34 President 4 Dramatic Club 3 4 President 4 Student Council l 2 3 Treasurer 3 Class Secretary 2 34 Athletic Association Secretary 4 Cheer leader 2 3 4 Capta1n 4 Hockey 1 2 Junior Play 3 Harmony Queens 3 ff: 1 F C KUITXT' IQ' Gm lab 14 Ae, Cynthia Segume Cynthia Pretty and popular with lots of pep Here s one gal who 1S really hep Band Twirlerl 2 3 4 H1 Teensl 2 3 4 Secretary 4 Blue and Gold Staff 2 3 4 Art Editor 34 Yearbook Staff Art Editor 4 Class Treasurer 2 3 4 Traff1cComm1ttee4 Softball mtramurals 3 Junior Play 3 Sharon Segur Sharon Good look1ng a fa1thful color guard Shell tackle anything no matter how hard Basketball 1 2 3 4 Junior Play 3 Senior Play 4 H1 Teens 1 2 3 4 Blue and Gold art staff 12 3 4 Dramatic Club 4 Band color guard 1 2 3 4 Dance Comm1ttees2 3 4 Girls Citizenship Institute representauve gb ill..:.1r' 1 1 . 1 X AX Q SA. ..., . ,, S vp ' . 1 , ' Q 1 . , 3 ' ' 3 IQ-I TJ l ' 3 X if if' ' 1 I 1 A 1 ' Shoey's a good sport, liked by all, .3 A O - . . -5' f '- , . , , ' 1 A ' I I ..y. 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' Q ' L ' 2 ' 1,171 ,sill 'A .r QRS? fx Sh1rley Stout Reds Shlrley IS pretty and l1ked very well Thxs redhead IS really swell 4 H Club l Jun1or Play Comm1ttee 3 L1brary Club 3 Blue and Gold 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Traff1c Commlttee 3 4 lla Tharp a Always ready w1th a helpmg hand She f1n1shes fa1thfully whatever she s planned H1 Teens l 2 3 4 Thr1ft Club 1 2 3 4 Jumor Play Commxttee 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Blue and Gold 4 Basketball manager 2 17-R 4:54 Nr George Slmon George ln our class plays George had a role To be a pllot IS h1s goal Sc1ence Club 12 3 4 Secretary 3 Vlce Pres1dent 4 Conservatxon Club 1 2 3 4 Photography Club 4 Jumor Play 3 Sen1or Play 4 Intramural football and softball 2 3 4 Traffxc Commlttee 4 Blue and Gold 4 Carolyn Stachmk Well dressed and lots of fun Wlth Carolyn the Navy rates number one H1 Teens 1 2 3 4 Dramatlc Club 3 4 Treasurer 4 Blue and Gold 4 Sen1or Play4 Yearbook Staff 4 Traff1c Comm1ttee 34 lntramuralsl 2 3 4 Bandl Cheer1eader2 3 4 Basketball4 Class of 1955 3 W , P? gt 'Q John T1ger Johnny ,sn CTT' 1 5 U fQ iq Johnny IS fr1endly makes classes a IIOI He s certaxnly not what youd Call qu1et Student Councll 1, Conservatlon Club 1,2,3 4, Sc1ence Club 1, 2, Intramurals l,2,3,4 Al1C6 Trout 'lAl1C6n Al1ce IS fnendly, popular and neat, She's one of our cutest and very pet1te H1 Teens l,2,3,4, Basketball manager 3,4, Dramat1c Club 4, Dance Comm1ttees 2,3, Sen1or Play Comm1ttee 4, Basketball 2 15 f vi u nr ' 'V i 0 I 9 I I D I I ' l, , 2 , .1 1 1 Q ' ,K 'Y , , ' . 1 : . - Im- 'N 1 , 1 X tl , MJ. 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Q Robert Wilson "Bob " A helpful student in a likeable way Bob never has too much to say 4 H Club 1 V1ce Presldent Conservatlon Cubl23 ""' Shxrley Wxlson Shlrl Blushes eas1ly QUIGI and shy Among her fr1ends she rates h1gh H1 Teens 234 Yearbook Staff 4 Dance Commxttees 3 4 Class of I955 M fo, Brent Woolaver Smokey Brent l1kes fun and lots of nolse He s one of the happy go lucky boys ,.... 2 S 123,-v Mxchael Wukltsch 'Mlke Tall and stern stralght as a fence Rocket Sh1PS for our defense Football 34 Sclence Club 1 2 3 4 Con servauon Club 2 3 4 Llbrary Clubl 2 3 4 Photography Club 2 3 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Blue and Gold 4 Trafflc Commlttee 4 Dance Commlttee 2 Davtd Zdepskl Dave Talkauve frxendly IIKCS to yell Dave really l1kes the d1sm1ssa1 bell Conservatxon Clubl 2 3 4 Secretary 4 Sc1ence Club 12 4 H Club l Football Semor Play 4 Zi' Conservauon Club 1 2 3 4 Photography Cul234 Joan Woznlak Bleach Thxs gal s real nxce she really IS At artlstlc work thls glrl s a whlz Llbrary Club 3 4 Pres1dent 4 Photography Club 3 4 Secretary 4 Softball lntramurals ff Kp' r' lt"'Y" 3-.7 1 v v -, , yr 1 f 4 wt! . . K " 'U' I ' ' 'sl 2 2 4 'Y -, .- a L ' 1 ' ' I , I A . " F, l 1 v v 'ft lb ' - ' - tttt 2 M ' " 1 1 J ' If I , ,, ,, 4 1 .. .. as , ' ' ' . , r,, K: yzir : fer lr X ,,,'0 - Y - - ' . . 1 , ,P .. 314. , , , n , v r. n A 5 K1 g x . 3 - I 2 X fi Q. N t " H I 4 ' ' ' ' ' ' . I -. 4 f I , I 4 , 1 t - -. 35 x 1 ' - N . . V. J 16 Q From The Freshmen Partrj To The Froht Door FRESHMAN YEAR ln September 1951 the class of 55 entered F H S for the flrst tlme Before long we were to make our selves known! We were 3SS1g'n6d to Home Room 5 w1th Mrs Pulha Room 14 w1th M1ss Mxller and Room 15 w1th Mr Hawk We held our f1rst class meetlng and elected Wayne Hobson Presldent Gene Phxlllps V1ce Presxdent Jacky Dunn secretary and Ron Rlsley treasurer We also elected Mr Hawk as our class advlser for our Freshman year Our representatlves to the student counc l were Harr1et Shoudt John Tlger and W1ll1am B1ckel On October 27 1951 the class of 55 held the flrst of 1ts many socxal events the Freshman party We danced to the muslc of records and had refreshments ThlS party was a get together for the members of our class only and lf was enjoyed by everyone The drlve to ralse enough money to go to Washmgton D C ln our Semor year started ln our Freshman year We were asked to contrlbute S 50 dues for th1s our flrst year SOPHOMORE' YE AR The beglnnlng of our second year found us a l1ttle more confxdent and sure of ourselves No longer were we the lowly lxttle freshman We had attalned the rank of sophomores As our class offxcers we elected Wayne Hobson Presxdent Gene Ph1ll1ps Vxce Presldent Harr1et Shoudt Secretary Cynthxa Segume Treasurer Football season brought two letter wmners from the sophomore class Bob Balllet and Gene Ph1ll1ps Barbara Jepson recelved a letter m hockey After Chrlstmas our mterests turned to basketball Our team had a good season and wound up 1n a t1e w1th North Hunterdon Reglonal We had a playoff game but lost to them 1n a close game ln glrls basketball Jo Ellen Magruder rec'e1ved a letter for belng a manager Chosen to be Jun1or Varslty Cheerleaders were Harr1et Shoudt Carolyn Stachnlk Sandra Schlott and Pat Hughes On Aprll 24 the f1rst major project of the class of 55 was our Sophomore Dance lt was named Cherry Blossom Txme lt was the flrst tlme we had ever decorated for a dance and we were full of new 1deas There was only one letter wlnner ln baseball Gene Ph1ll1ps a pltcher JUNIOR YEAR Now we were upper classmen Our Home Rooms were Room 7 with Mr Hammond and Room 5 wlth Mr Snaxth QBetter known as Coach'j Th1s was a blg year We had a play to present a dance to sponsor and the Jun1or Prom to make ready for Our Jun1or Dance was presented flrst and was entltled the P1gsk1n Ball 1n honor of our school s football team The muslc was furnlshed by the Harmony Kmgs On March 25th and 26th the Jun1or Play entltled Tattletale was presented Th1s was a three act com edy wh1ch proved to be one of the most enterta1n1ng plays to be glven ID a number of years Our Jun1or Prom Sprmgtxme Carousel was a grand success w1th the Rhythmalres prov1d1ng the mus1c Betty Kukoda 54 was unanlmously elected our Prom Queen The class off1cers for our Jun1or year were Gene Ph1ll1ps Presldent Wayne Hobson Vxce Pres1dent Harr1et Shoudt Secretary and Cynthla Segume Treasurer Our class advxser was Mr Hawk The Student COUHCII representatxves for our th1rd year were Patrlcla Hughes Sandra Schlott and Harr1et Shoudt The class of 55 was well represented on the sports scene around F H S ln football Orv1lle Shoey Shoemaker Paul Sebrlng Raymond McPeek and Edward Bmgo Lawler recelved thelr letters Bob Balllet and Harry Carr recelved thexr letter m Baseball Sandra Schlott recelved her letter ln hockey ln gnrls basketball Barbara Jepson Pat Kxnney and Allce Trout fmanagerj recelved the1r letters for mls sport Samoa YEAR At long last we had reached the honor and glory of a semor We now went out of our way to use the front door Why notl That s one of the prlvlleges of bemg a semor Th1s was our year to shxne Holdlng the pos1t1on of class off1cers for th1s all xmportant year were P1-esldem Gene Phllhps V1ce Presldent Ray McPeek Secretary Harr1et Shoudt Treasurer Cynthxa Segume 0 . . 1 ... . ' ' I I I . . I I I I 0 l ' l , y . . A I 'I I g . . . I l a . - I n ,.. - . , . . . . I I I I I I I U , . . , . . . ., . . . I I . . . . . 1 - , . ,4 . 5 . . I I I I ' - Q 0 ' ll . . ' I I . . . . H. . ,,. 1 I . . . . ,, p . . - . . q . . n . . .. n . g . . , , . . . .. . . . . , I I I I I l 9 0 i u v o . r - u n ... . .. n . . I 1' U 0 . I I I . , . , .. . . . . . . . The honor of President of the Student Council was given to Ron Risley. Other members of the council were Sandra Schlott and Violet Palcza. As a fittmg reward for their hard work our football team had an undefeated season and won the title of North Central Jersey Group l Champs Letter winners playing high school football for the last t1me were co capta1ns Bob Balliet and Ed Lawler Orville Shoemaker Gene Phillips Ray McPeek James Cooper Paul Sebring and M1ke Wukitsch At the annual football banquet Orville Shoemaker received the Miller Jenkins trophy an honor he really deserved Shoey was county h1gh scorer Promoted to varsity cheerleaders were Sandra Schlott Carolyn Stachmk Pat Hughes and Ruth Ann Kolbek Our first class project ofthe year was our senior dance Prisoners Ball held on October 8 Putting up these decorations was old stuff to us now but still lots of fun Playing their final season in hockey and receiving the1r letter were co captalns Ruth Ann Kolbek and Barbara Jepson Sandra Schlott Lois Phillips and Joan Anderson In November we started rehearsing for our Senior Play Gabriel Blow Your Horn a three act comedy w1th a hillbilly setting Basketball season was another milestone in our final year Members of the squad were co captains Harry Carr Bob Balllet and Orvllle Shoemaker They had a successful season Members of the girls teams were Pat Klnney and Barbara Jepson the co captains Helen Beer Lois Ph1ll1ps Carolyn Stachnik and Sharon Segur But our class was not all play and no work Elected to the National Honor Society were V1olet Palcza Wayne Hobson Gene Phillips and Barbara Cavanaugh Our representative to the Daughters of the American Revolution was Violet Palcza Our last dance was held in March Then we realized that II was the last tlme we would ever plan a class dance We were nearlng the end of our school days Durlng April we were busy with plans for our Washlngton trip on the 28th 29th and 30th When the time finally came to leave we were so excited we could hardly bear it We were gone for three perfect days days we ll always remember Then came finals class night Baccalaureate and finally commencement We received our diplomas and set out to conquer the world ff ff' Z ff, 47: Ee l was gill gf fl If ' rf V I f 'T" K f i 1 L, ,f EXKZLX V A 'U 'v fl Q Z x I Autographs ,fi Q - ' 'T f Q44M5MfM Q Q f ' JW Mwffiifigu 5? ijwzwwvgi Q fmfywg Ei M W gfQws ' ii W we GM H Sgiqgfw ,MW TW WM WWW NUM fbfsw MMM nf H W V I , X . 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I e W' xg' lf' 0 A , X f ae Science Club 'sqi if? fig af Q We we W af' area V Q 'Q' f v, gm ef, 1 al +2 f22f4ff2ZfiziE1': Language Arts Club f 4-H Club Dramatic Club Photography Club kreve! team ., .-.-."'ggL 1 1 'H .fa U 319361 K Q? .922 ix Being o Sound and Dusposmg Mmd The Class of 55 wllls Mr Hawkarest after belng our class advlser To Mr Snyder a flllng cabmet for hls papers and Mrs Hann we wlll several new typewrlters that do not Sklp To Coach Snalth we wlll another undefeated football team and a boy who wlll make solld geometry models we wlll to Mlss Carpenter More members ln the Language and Arts Club 'for Mrs Gross some new equlpment for the Home Economlcs room to ald Mrs Kern a gym sult to Mlss Reeser to wear durlng gym classes We leave Mr Rogers a cow so that he wlll have plenty of mllk to sooth hls ulcers all the muslclans ln the J unlor Class to Mr Pettenelll patlence ln dlrectlng her next play to MISS Mlller a GOOD yearbook staff to Mr Hamerstone to Mr Hammond we leave a recordlng of Hamlet to accompany Macbeth FIVE SIX foot SIX basketball stars we would llke to leave to Mr Hodgson to Mlss Szekeres who works so hard all year we leave a two month all expenses pald vacatlon ln Hawall and to Mr Llght our flne prlnclpal we leave our thanks for not belng too harsh on the poor souls sent down to hls offlce Radle Anderson wllls her long flngernalls to Barbara Frltsche Barbara Cavanaugh wllls her helght to Bobby Hampton Barbara Jepson wllls her athletlc ablllty to Brenda Gordon Joan WOZH1ak wllls her nlckname Bleach to Ellnor Jensen Gene Phllllps wllls hls Presldency of the Senlor Class to anyone who wants It Carol Luks wllls her nlckname Dagmar to Alma Rounsavllle Ruth Ann Kolbek wllls her tltle as Mlss Carpenter s Scatterbraln to anyone who can uphold It as well as she dld Cynthla Segulne wllls her naturally curly halr to Carol Shaw Edlth Prleser wllls her rosy cheeks to Elleen Lesslg Rosallnd Farkash wllls her blabbermouth to Vlrglnla Feldman Mlchael Wukltsch wllls Gregory Lazorlsak a Freshman glrl for a glrlfrlend Shlrley Fleck wllls Mr Snyder a new Job ln case he gets dlscouraged wlth next years Stenography ll class and also for Commerclal Law Class she hopes he wlll get a new llne lnstead of Sllence relgns lla Tharp wllls her job of typlng Thru the Halls for Mr Hammond to anyone who has the patlence to do lt Erma Plell wllls her seat ln Room 10 to anyone who llkes to Slt close to the floor Carolyn Stachnlk wllls her Navy plns to anyone who wlll take good care of them Lols Phllllps W1l1S the heatlng system ln Shorthand ll class to Mr Snyder because II doesn t work anyway Allce Trout wllls her arguments Wlfh Mr Hodgson to anyone who wants to contlnue them Nancy Godown wllls her naturally curly halr to Chlef Lesslg Pat Klnney wllls her loud volce to Ellne Schmldt Nlckles Ed Lawler wllls hls football helmet to Jlm Balllet balls and all Betty Hovey WlllS her helght to Mlss Reeser Harrlet Shoudt wllls her bald spot to Sammy Kutner Orvllle Shoemaker wllls Jerry Shoudt all hls alarm clocks so that he wlll know when to go to bed Edna Hansen W11lS her glggle to Pat Gelegonya Joan Anderson leaves her noonhours at theMllk House to Audrey Everltt Carl Kettler wllls hls brllllant blond halr to Ted Woznlak slnce Ted s IS fadlng George Slmon wllls hls soft curly halr to anyone who wants lf Dolores Marrolll wllls her ablllty to get along wlth most of the teachers to her brother Donald James Cooper wllls hls Wranglers to Mlss Reeser Patrlcla Hughes wllls her ablllty to get along wlth boys to Arlene Markman Robert McGhle wllls Coach Snalth a cow because he hates to mllk Raymond Hubert wllls hls love for Stan Muslal to S1dneyM1ller Sharon Segur 1S just leavlng and taklng Ray McPeek wlth her Shlrley Stout wllls her naturally curly halr to Gall Strouse Lorln Reeves Wll1S hls unflnlshed book reports to Ellne Schmldt Nlckels Wayne Hobson leaves h1S edltorshlp of the Blue and Gold to Alma Rounsavllle Paul Sebrlng leaves but wlll be back to watch the football games next year Sandra Schlott wllls her ablllty to refraln from chewlng gum ln study hall to Gall Rapp Jo Ellen Magruder thought and thought but she just couldn t thlnk of anythlng to wlll Shlrley Wllson wllls her oral book reports to anyone who wants them Henry Rey wllls Mr Hammond and hls anthology book to anyone who wants them POSS1b1y a llonl Bob Wll son wllls hls smooth llne wlth glrls to Joe Uzonyl Dave Zdepskl Wll1S hls abllxty to annoy teachers espec lally Mr Hammond to Sammy QL1beraceJ Kutner Paul Becker WlllS hlS ablllty to do Engllsh fourth course to the fullest extent to Frank Stachnlk Mar Jorle Lutz wllls her quletness to Dons Hanna VIOICI Palcza WlllS her ablllty to speak ln assembly to next years Student Councll Presldent Herman Kappus wllls a plece of cloth to Mr Hammond to shlne hlS glasses wlth Bob Eckert wllls hls love for the New York Yankees to Coach Snalth Marlann Frledrlch wllls her natural waves to Saundra Fuhrmann Elalne Phllklll wllls Mr Snyder two packs of chewlng gum so he wlll not have to collect If from next year s Commercial Law Class Ron Rlsley and Wayne Capron wlll thelr Engllsh Anthology books to Terry LaFevre and Alan Becker Helen Beer wllls her twlrllng ablllty to Coach Snalth s daughter to use durlng half tlme ln the football games next year Bob Balllet wllls all the Sponges he used ln football to Nell Rlsley Harry Carr wllls hls vast basket ball ablllty to Robert Hull Gordon Bush wllls h1S qulet reserved personallty to Ted Woznlak Beatrlce Coch ran wllls her typlng ablllty to anyone havlng trouble Wlth typlng Pete deRaat wllls hls wonderful car to Blll Lamdln Jeanne Frankenfleld wllls her mellow volce to Dennls Grlm Jo Ann Helsel wllls her welght to Patsy Patterson and John Tlger WlllSh1S flashy clothes to Dennls Grlm James Kugler wllls hls shyness to Herb Hummer Brent Woolaver wllls hls seat ln Room 10 to Terry LaFever Arthur Boes,ch wllls hls trumpet posltlon ln the band to Alan Adams and Verna Kennedy leaves her dlshwashing posltlon ln the cafeterla to Gall Rapp I O U , ' , , .. . , , 1 . 1 1 ' 1 U ' I ' 9 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 9 - ll I A PU' ' ' . - 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . u 11 . . . . . . . i Y .. . . . H ,1 . .. . , . . . . . . . u I 1 . . . . 144 -11 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 . 44. . 11 . . - u 1 n . . . . . . . 1 . .. . . . . 1 , . 1 1 1 . . u .11 . . . .4 11 . . , 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 .. . . . 1. . . . . . 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - . . . . . 1 1 . , - 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 , . . . . 1 . 1 1 . .. .. .1 . . . 1 , ' 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 . . .u 1, . . . . 1 ' 1 1 1 22 'lun ICI yv Senator Phullup A letter 5 ""' xl' 5 -7' an IV fw x vsf' 1" Ei: I ff' CLASS PROPHECY And this IS your lnfe Senator Gene Phllllpal Remember when you were a Sentor at Frenchtown Htgh School? Let s see now that was twenty years ago You were Presxdent of your class at that txme Smce then many of them have become famous You have been xn contact wxth some of them but perhaps there are others that you haven t kept track of Of course Gene you know your fellow classmate and congresstonal member Representauve Ronald Rxsley and htswlfe the formerM1ss Sandra Schlott Here IS the forexgn correspondent who IS at the mcnxent completing her second novel Mtss Rosalmd Farkash As you travel back and forth from Washmgton D C perhaps you have recogmzed one of the stewardessea to be none other than Jeanne Frankenfteld One of your travelmg compamons from ttme to tlme IS Erma Ptell who flnally mastered shorthand and became the Secretary to the President of the United States Another IS Carolyn Stachnxk who because of her love for the Navy has become Secretary to the Secretary of the Navy And stlllanother traveler ts correspondent Henry Rey who works frequently ln France because of hls mastery of the language Jo Ann Helsel IS the sweetheart of the Armed Services slnce her development of the Helsel Dtet After she marrled Ben Burke he dectded to make the Marmes hxs career Jo Ann kept up wlth her deslre to be a dtetlctan Her dtscovery has revolutlonlzed chow t1me ln the Armed Forces Gene l m sure you ve heard about thxs person Belng a sports fan you deftmtely know that Edlth Prleser has become the fxrstwoman bxgleague sports broadcaster Her good frtend Dolores Marrollt opened up the famous Frenchtown Earrlng Manufacturlng Company Do you remember your English teacher Mr Hammond? Well hang on this may shock youl Hxs succes sor belleve tt or not as Davld Zdepskll Gordon Bush who was qulte shy turned out to be a publtc speaker Anyone mterested 1n anctent htstory wlll enjoy hts speeches Edward Lawler and Robert Balltet are partners 1n the Yo Yo Company that manufactures purple and black yo- yo s w1th chartreuse strmgs Wayne Hobson al1astheMad Phystctst has centered hls mtellectuallty upon a company that manufactures geometry models for under prtvxleged math teachers Speaking of teachers Harr1etShoudt has pursued that professton So has Vxolet Palcza who at the present txme IS teachmg htstory but soon hopes to get 1nto polmcs Her ambttxon IS to become one day the ftrst woman Presxdent of the Untted States ln case you should ever get suck Gene there are all types of nurses to and you Al1ce Trout IS the head nurse at Muhlenburg Hospxtal her Alma Mater Pat Hughes and Marjorle Lutz have traveled with the Red Cross Pat Ktnney 1S a Navy nurse and gets around quxte a b1t She has vtsxted South Amerlca Europe and the Paclflc lslands Her favortte spot IS Hawau Helen Beer ns a nurse tn the operating room at the Hunterdon Medlcal Center She must have a pretty strong stomach Elaine Phnlklll 1sn t exactly a nurse but she lS a volunteer Red Cross worker whxch IS slmllar Nursmg seemed to be mtghty popular back 1n 1955 Carol Luks IS a homemaker but she has ll very easy You see she married a Texas onl well tycoon and IS very rlch i l 4 44, ,wx ZX .1 QF ffff""" xx, A- " Joan Wozmak and Cynthla Seguxne are world famous fashton destgners Marxann Frledrlch models thetr fashtons SINCE she IS one of Conover s hlghest paxd models Betty Hovey ts the head dressmaker for the group Edna Hansen photographs these fashlons whtch Marlann models Shtrley Stout lS secretary to her husband He ts prestdent of the Wmdy Wayne Whatnots Company Jo Ellen Magruder after her experlence ln the Frenchtown Hxgh School Band has become dlrector of the changlng of the guard at Bucklngham Palace Robert Wxlson and Beatrlce Cochran are well known movle stars ln her spare tlme Beatrtce IS also an artist Her art and her actlng both t1e for top honors Nancy Godown who was somewhat of a comed tenne lS now the second Martha Raye of show business Thxs might not have been posslble wlthout the help of her partner Lorm Reeves Another celebrtty ts Barbara Cavanaugh who plays the famous mello cello You remember her don t you Gene? Also when you tune 1n your Tee Vee you are sure to see Joan and Radte Anderson The Slngxng Slsters Actually they are not related The Leaders of the Women s Football Society of Amerlca are Barbara Jepson Ruth Ann Kolbek and Lo1s Phllllps You dldn t have gtrl s football twenty years ago dxd you? Paul Becker and Herman Kappus have deftnltely shown a flare for cattle breedlng They have a cattle ranch 1n Arxzona l m sure you have at one tlme or other eaten Kap Bec beef Robert McGh1e John Tlger and Peter deRaat have banded together and now own a chaln of hot rod garages across the country Pete ts the mechamcal engmeer that destgns some of thelr hot rods Thexr frlend Wayne Capron owns h1s own truckxng buslness Shtrley Fleck lS on the Tee Vee debatmg team Two men that have made thetr fame 1n sports are Carl Kettler and Orvtlle Shoemaker Carl IS an mternatxonally famous basketball star whlle Orvtlle lf you read the papers just broke the record for the three mtnute m1le lla Tharp has become a mamcurlst and ha1r styllst she Just Introduced the new halr sensatlon The Esktmo Bob Gene do you remember your teammate Raymond McPeek7 Well he has turned out to be a soc1al worker and wlth hts wxfe they constitute qulte a team Hls wlfe you wlll recall IS the former Sharon Segur Soctal workmg tsn t their only grace They also have s1x chlldren Harry Carr James Cooper and Robert Eckert have gone lnto the manufacturtng mdustry They make brnght green shoes for men ln contrast to this IS James Kugler and Brent Woolaver They are the friendly undertakers After all we ve all got to go sometlme Paul Sebring and hls wlfe are relaxlng at the moment They discovered a uranlum mme on their prop erty and are resxdmg xn the South Sea lslands We would have lnked to have Mlchael Wukltsch here but l m afratd he couldn t make xt You see he xs the leadtng designer of the rocket shxpwhlch wlll be launched to the moon thts June l975 He ts busy puttlng flnxshlng touches on the shlp George Simon wtll be his pllot Well Gene Phtllxps thls ts your lxfel Honor and fame have come to Frenchtown because of some of tts mhabxtants ln your name Senator Phllltps we would like to start The Old Senators Recreatton Center of French town Thts IS parttcularly for old Senators but IS also for Frenchtown Hxgh School Alumm 23 T . . O . F: , .'. ' ' , D . . ' 'l . "ji i ' . , . . . - F-- :Q lk ' ' ' . , I . . . - , . -.-V -ji: :zz - n . 4 - ' Q 4 ,:1:,1'f.E:jj'l , I . I I A A. - . . ' .': - i, E ,' 1 ll. 5 D. I , A . A h .. ' ' -: ij. I 14141. VV-1, A I . ' ' I . . - -, " H 1 ' , .ff ' ' l . ' . . . . . I A ' 'A . A I ' . , 4 x x ' "H I - ' ' ' . Llffgibyrf , - n, 1. It v, . I , 1: A vw - V - ' ' ' ' h A - A A . ' -- V- ' , If . ' . ' . , . . . . I , I I nl, In ' l ' ' 2' 'f ' ' - ' ' ' I 'rf-' . ' . . 4 .,l ' .. . Z g -U M ' ' ' -' -, ' + A f 'fjg'.":"-,t A . - . .l.L,i.,:L-if 'li y U t , y H. . . . , . G. l gifs, H' lx!" . - A . . . . . . . . u f , . y l. ' NJ . ' . , ' ,, . ,, . Class Flirts Barbara Cavanaugh and John Tiger After Four Years 53154 , Y Pi , Q35 VA Friendnest Q- ,Q t 5 to ,Q 8. Ruth Ann Kolbek and David zdepsm :5?"3?lr'2:L' L i 1 ' .4 ' k ' ,' " gi. 1' A .. E .- :?5fii.?f2'ff" A 3'if53'i 10,7 f 5fs.w:a!x,g,ig,ii?.f KF V Most Talkative - ,- ' A f . 43: Nancy Godown and David Zdepski J ., Hg Shortest and Tallest 1 f f L Barbara Cavanaugh and Michael Wukitsch 7 K iff' .ze tc. . 0 ' lofi- N' 17' A sr fait? Q like if 7 ,,.,., Most Bashful Radie Anderson and Gordon Bush Best Actress and Actor X Edith Prieser and David Zdepski Most Dependable Elaine Philkill and George Simon A lx if I I I 24 Most Intelligent Violet Palcza and Wayne Hobson LQ 1 4 q Best Dressed Sharon Segur and Ronald Risley Prettiest and I-landsomest Beatrice Cochran and Robert Wilson Most likely to succeed i' s I , I. -. A cQlQbl'it it W Fifi! 8 A Violet Palcza and Wayne Hobson ' Best Athletes Barbara Jepson and Orville Shoemaker Most Dignified Alice Trout and Wayne Capron Most Popular Harriet Shoudt and Eugene Phillips Best Dancers l-larriet Shoudt and Robert Balliet I 7- K, . g. Most Ambitious Jo Ann Heisel and Eugene Phillips 'iq - a i si.. ,N lf!! wrljg iii' 25 35.3 the Morning A Flag Salute ,WW f ,fr -443 4 v.. , mf - U A ix... H. xx ,- t' -- .' . A . - -ff K f' . ,A 1 e S 1 ' ""' QQ ' 'V' rx 'ii' P1 8 4 .. -- , D li IA x ,V d..q g af - ' f. 4241? Q' 1 '? 3 251 af ' f.ik.,r 41 , .Q- A . s ff' X ?4 I 9 K 4 7 Q 1 .L JE, , e the ' g its A if 2 P 1 Q deem 7 ,. wi P' 1 ef kg 3 ie bv xqzw Mi 94 W Junior Officers - 1 to r: President Robert Neal Risley, Vice Presi- dent William Hughes, Secretary Betty Vegh, Treasurer Beverly Hop- pock and Class Adviser Mrs. Hazel Hann. Mr. Hodgson's Junior Homeroom 6 , K 9 q , B 15 ,,.,Yf'. .Z Sophomore Officers - 1 to r: Pres- ident Barry Leidy, Vice President Thomas Ogden, Secretary Marie High, Treasurer Susan Lore and Class Adviser Mr. Robert Hamer- stone. . ',r. ,- , . -11.1" .-wtf , 'v f Aw W " I -' -wg.. h Q' 5-5.7 V 'L-72416 Tiff-A jf' .,s..qZ,:gu3: G, Nr h i Wi- Y I " 'gl' '.Z--F Y-.:, my x L12 wh. A Four 'Hear Journey 3 bf ,,.,,,-M K safe!-..N , . ,P W t A A MN. -f 1 " L, .. 1- '- ,' .,.-' - .W ? .W ,.- z -,3w.uv,-'1, .V ' ww- 'v' s V ,,,... .n-. an .-o. . ,'?'4f' 4 Q U ' W 3 -ew., e- - r-1 ,. 2- in 7 it 4 .I -w me Q15 N!! " ' I' Miss Carpenter's Freshmen Home 1 4'-5 6' K 3 K 1,6 f' I if S-fd' fe 'F 6 'h" 4 X W A ffvfaessi ff' "'Mi""5 ,www . 4 We , 1- 'F we 1' mfs " 'Q ffm.-f K we in ,aw mm 8- wf9'5fQugi LE,-1' 'L vvliqgtl , e it mga M' 'f fQ.',l . ,dk 3 ' A . K .li 1, tsifz, . Ll ' ,- of S , W , '47 N v 'f , A ' , yew ,V Amy! Q ,if if-he-F Freshmen Officers - 1 to r: Presi- dent William Wolfe, Vice President Jack Rich, Secretary Carol Shaw, Treasurer Arlene Arnht and Class Adviser Mr. Luther Hammond. Mrs. Gross' Freshmen Homeroom 15 and Miss Mille-r's Freshmen Homeroom 14. Qs J-, 45 ff, bv, fu- es "ll ,vi ,. 'S ?"'e3.Q Y, 15" ,L 5. . . .." . i--Q 4 lv! 1' , K A .. 3 ,. .- ' '-env .' 4' . ." . I-her, sv . , ,,. 5Z7iQfT' E" K5-ul- ,Ti . xi 'J9f7.l,gl t STUDENT COUNCIL - Sitting 1 to r: President Ronald Risley, Vice Pres- ident William Hughes, Secretary Sandra Schlott, Treasurer Violet Palcza, Arlene Arnht, Theresa Kar- mondi. Standing l to r: William Gillingham, Robert Silva, JackRich, Michael Bean and Adviser Mr. Ronald Rogers. Af' -XP NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY - l to r: Barbara Cavanaugh, Wayne Hobson, Violet Palcza, Gene Phillips and Harriet Shoudt. BOYS' AND GIRLS' STATE AND GIRLS' CITIZENSHIP INSTITUTE- l to r: Barbara Cavanaugh, Eugene Phillips, Sharon Segur and Carol Luks. Su , am 'FI' I Sl! , I we ,....-4 Q 'V if' X 5 3 fu- -J ,ov ag' A -.wwmf ne' 4 ,rf '--JL--f A Eugene Phillips Raymond McPeek Robert Balliet Edward Lawler For Mr. Snaith A Winner lf you've ever been in Frenchtown on a Saturday during the fall season of the year, you've probably noticed the feeling of excitement that seems to fill the air. lt's the football season, and everybodyis out to see one of the favorite sports of our school. During our first three years we had fairly good records, but our last year was the best. We won the championship of the North Central Jersey, Group l Division, by an undefeated record. Senior members of this squad were: co-captains Bob Balliet and Ed Lawler, Ray McPeek, Gene Phillips, orviue Shoemaker, James Cooper, Paul Sebring and Mike Wukitsch. Congratulations and the "Best of Luck' to you. Neal Risley Robert Hampton Waltc Blessing Alan Becker xhf, mln. 'axe-I .Q vial K s ,. L1 ' Orville Shoemaker S 3 kQ 'EWU' li N 'Sw W' 17 -X-5 --'vu . 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Vg . Nw ., , , ere-if .X , Q,-X, I an ug! . , any , 1. fgl , Q , ik X X , N Q , N v Y' , 1 iivgov v,g 13 'GSK xg al' gill- ' , g,l e , .t Q, ga - . A lf' N16 A X 5 in 1 'J ew L Q I 'I' fu . K Y: v 3: ,L T Q l f , , A ,V ,h , x. V, ,A J hu Vfglf l .mx . VV V k 1 K I X A-N l? ,. 'f ' . -A l '+ ' ,wyjk I-.Y , ' is :Q ,.. v In 3 . . NJ,..l.y5.,'g,, , ' ' l Fitlg f t E: ,ht 3' 'ix 9 J, " , -- ' A me 1 nm .3 ... .e A ffm, 4 - 4 W 4 C ' . ef' " ff ,Kg l .--f Q A 1 QS .Q .- A 4 0 so 4 3 I0 ' William Volk K I William Hughes Robert Rodenbaugh Frank Staclmik hwefu - -v SUBK,"a'1 r .3-' . '. :re-f' ..- uns-ni V Q qnlfhgi-,f:i.,' fn id: , x n ggnws ,T .1 me ' ef' ' gr"" . "Vg QS, f' 'fa .A , A . . 4--.P-1 My , 4,., V ge,-,g'1,w2'x,, 2- . ..- . - if , aff' fa. fkg.d,s:g:a.' 'J . , Yvlfqfx 1 1' fi? J ' alaska' ,. 45.15, 7 7' I M D fi.. 1:-4 WSF A EQ' " -.:-: W Q GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM- Sitting lto r: Barbara Jepson, Betty Lee Howard, Connie Weber, Helen Beer, and Lois Phillips. Standing l to r: Jeanette Pyne, Sharon Segur, Pat- ricia Kinney, Carolyn Stachnik, Managers Alice Trout and Marie High and Coach Ruth Basketball BOYS' BASKETBALL TEAM- Sitting, lto r: Terry La Fevre, Barry Leidy, Co-captains Neal Risley, and Harry Carr, Robert Balliet and Orville Shoemaker. Standing, lto r: Ernest Crouse, Adolph Pfeffere, Alan Becker, Robert Hampton, Coach Benjamin Hodgson and Managers Chris Hummer and Louis Leone. Reeser. 'P'-"""r' b -+ - I 1"-9 -r 1 1'-44' iii ' 5 Qv ,fx A' BOYS' BASEBALL TEAM - : Robert Eckert, Robert Balliet, Harry Carr, Gene Phillips, Ronale Risley, and William Hughes. Standing, lto r: Charles Cooper, Terry LaFevre, Neal Risley, William Gillingham, Gene Althouse, Barry Leidy Baseball and Hoclseq GIRLS' HOCKEY TEAM - Kneeling, l to r: Brenda Gordon, Susan Schlable, Patsy Schiable, Joyce Verity, Carolyn Eckert, Alverda Kerr, Shirley Anderson, Joan Anderson, Sandra Schlott, Noralie Haney, Audrey Everitt, Frieda Runge and Kathleen Kromer. Standing, 1 to r: Roach Ruth Reeser and Managers Janet Segreaves, Ann Scheetz and Ruth Arm Laire. Absent from picture: Barbara Jepson, Ruth Ann Kolbek and Lois Phillips. Y rr if C ' 1 ll.. rr ' 'fix if -l 'Q 6 --xf ' ye A li I, wu 1' T1 ef- 3. P1231 -':gg,"vf3'A J eww' I On Fifth Avenue Sore Feet ls Everqbodq Readq ,ga Vea Man! fl. Vi. he V2 1.5 s if' 4 as ' a fy " i 1 -he I fault' ,Q-v""" During the school year 1954-55 the band has been very active. Under the able direction of Elpedio J. Petti- nelli, the band has provided excellent entertainment for the football fans. A great deal of time was devoted to the many complicated routines presented at the games. In addition to football games, they performed for local or- ganizations. They paraded in many- places such as New York, Wildwood and the Flem- ington Fairg and they paraded fcy' local affairs such as Hal- loween and Memorial Day. The twirlers are an added attraction to the band. Fare- well from the senior mem- bers. One of the assets of a foot- ball or basketball team is a peppy squad of cheerleaders. They help to boost the morale of the team and bring out the en- thusiasm of the spectators. This year's squad consisted of: Captain, Harriet Shoudtg Sandra Schlott, Carolyn Stachnik, Patricia Hughes, and Ruth Ann Kolbek, seniorsg and Patricia Servis, a junior. New uniforms for basketball was one of the projects the cheerleaders worked on this year which added to the success of the squad. -"'1'-at aff? 4 , Just think how dull Fri- day's assemblies would be if we didn 't have the orchestra's spirited music to accompany us as we enterthe auditorium. Our orchestra, consisting of twenty-four members pro- vides entertainment on many occasions, such as a musical beginning to the Junior and Senior Plays and the annual Band Concert. They also have given us many enjoyable se- lections in our assembly pro- grams and in the annual Christmas Vesper Service. Perhaps much of this good work is due to the fact that they are so ably directed by Elpedio J. Pe'ttinelli. :JY rl. :YU I And Everq Fridaq Music For Assemblg Now and The A Misspelled Wor fl - , Ds Fu - s 0 Gen ' if .FJ if 1-Q X D 'I'he Blue and Gold, our school paper, is as much a part of F renchtown High School as the student body. lt brings to the students and faculty members a complete write up of all the news, including sports, club news, special events, and alumni news. Mr. Hammond has success- fully advised the staff members of the Blue and Gold for a number of years. Each year new goals and standards are set by the staff members them- selves, and every attempt is made to reach them. Conse- quently, each year the popu- larity of the paper increases, TATTLETALE by Anne Coulter Martens Cast Patty the tattletale Ruth Ann Kolbek Mrs Blame her mother Ed1th Prleser Mr Blame her father Edward Lawler Isabel her older sister Harr1et Shoudt Artle her younger brother RobertMcGh1e lda May her glrl frxend Patrlcla Hughes Tod her boy frlend RaymondMcPeek Wayne Hobson Gene Ph1ll1ps Nancy Godown Sandra Schlott George Slmon Paul Cummxngs a young edltor Mr Nlxon the hlgh school prmclpal Mrs Nlxon h1s wlfe Mxss W1ggam a teacher Walt Kennedy a detectlve Hxgh School frlends Patrlcxa FlSh Helen Beer Jeff Myler Mr Wh1ttaker Presldent of the Board Henry Rey Mr Blxley a busmessman Gordon Bush Mrs Lorxmer Presxdent of the Women s Club Patr1c1aK1nney Hetty Heaton of the radlo Cynthxa Segulne Quxz a reporter Vlolet Palcza Students from the hlgh school Sharon Segur Barbara Jepson Lols Phllhps Louella Momca Barney Thxs comedy concerns Patty a teen ager who wants to become a novellst under the pen name of Erm1ntrude deLacy She sends her dxary to the local paper by mxstake mstead of her novel Secret Heart The dlary IS unusual because It reveals everyth1ng Sald by resxdents of town and suggests improvements to be made especlally 1n school It brxngs out the condltlon of the bleachers wh1ch school authorltles dldn t l1ke To top ll off Tod takes the school prlnclpal s typewrxter from h1s offlce and then Walt Kennedy the detect1ve IS hlred and d1s covers that Tod took the typewrlter so that Patty could f1fl1Sh her novel After the dlary 1S prlnted 1n the paper the, alumm creates a fund to repalr the bleachers and Patty was recogmzed as a clever wrlter 'ist 36 Curtam Gomg Up .,-gd N42 '?""l" 'W Q, 55 I 549 4- 9 J fl C J n mb' - 5 4 pf 'Fl or , ii l 4 vu an-1 1 v.. i ,1l"""' W -fkhy, 37 Gabrlel Blow Your Horn by W1ll1am hllls Jones Cast Gabrlel Pennmgton a mountalneer Davld Zdepskl Zerusla h1s Wlfe Edlth Prleser Dalsy May thelr daughter Lols Ph1111ps Mlss Thelma Smith a wealthy SOCICIY woman Nancy Godown Janet Smlth her nlece Patrlcla Hughes Frlends of Janet Eleanor Barnes Carolyn Stackmk Mlldred Clyde Sharon Segur Pete Wrlght Robert McGh1e Frank Stephens George Slmon Harold Dlllon a r1s1ng young broker Paul Sebrmg Herbert Brown Jr xn love w1th Janet Wayne Hobson Herbert Brown h1s father Henry Rey Gabrxel Blow Your Horn was a sparklmg com edy mvolvmg mountameers c1ty folks and a small love affalr The Pennmgton s were caretakers over Mxss Thelma Smlth s summer cabm 1n North Carolina Gabe d1Sl1kCS work but IS very fond of braggmg Zerusla does almost all the work and IS very fond of Gabe D81Sy May IS thexr shy dumb lxttle daughter Then of course we must not forget the c1ty folks They were all staymg Wlfh Mlss Thelma and her n1ece Janet Durlng the play we f1nd out that Mxss Thelma IS trymg to keep Janet away from her boyfrlend Herbert Brown Jr An mterest mg feature IS that Herbert Brown Sr and MISS Thelma were once ready to be marrled Harold Dillon IS Mxss Thelma s cholce for Janet and so he stays at the cab1n too Llttle Herbert finds h1s way there and dlSgUlS8S hlmself as the Pennlngton s Cous1n Sam a very dumb and long whlskered fellow Before long Mr Brown comes to look for h1s son and Mxss Thelma IS outraged at seemg her old flame Later he has a terrxble accxdent and IS badly hurt Slnce there 1S no nearer place he stays at MISS Thelma s cab1n Whlle he IS recoverxng he and MISS Thelma become frlends again When ll s all over Herb Jr and Janet are marrxed and so arc Herb Sr and MISS Thelma .r f . 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