Garden City High School - Mast Yearbook (Garden City, NY)

 - Class of 1959

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'1'l1 IIS 1111111111 L1 111111'1- 1111111115111 1'i1lU111'11r1' 111111 g11'1-11111 .1111111-1-11111 111 111' Ulll' 111111 1z111g1111g1-R 1'i1-11 1111-1"11'1' 1Il'l'11ilQl'. 1'111- 1111 .',' 111 1959 1-1-1-11 111'11 1111- -1111 1 1 's 111 11-1111 111lI'1'i 111111 111- 1l'lX llllf -111s1111 11111111-11 111 11111' N1-KST 111'l1il' 11 1-11-11 1111110 z111111'11111'i1111- 111111 11 111- 111-1111-1111-11 111: 11111' lf. V' 111111 FDREWORD One hundred years ago, in the spring of 1859. a hardy band of pioneers set out to find gold in the vicinity of Pikes Peak, Colorado. The dauntless spirit of these courageous people finally brought a few of them gold, but more importantly, it brought them to a rich, new land. We of the Class of 1959 like to think that there is a relationship between these earlier " '59ers,'-their arduous trek toward treasure, their intrepid spirit and resulting triumphs-and our own class, the " 759ers" of today. We have worked and studied for three years and now we are about to realize the fruits of the knowledge and character that we have built at Carden City High School. Some of us may find the elusive gold, but all of us are starting out on a trek toward the future and whatever it may bring. 'iv' ' - I 2 CONTENTS FAFILTY Page LNDEIIFLASSMEW Page 2 SENI0llS Page AFTIVITIES Page SPIJBTS Page 132 ADS Page 162 A at IN- Xl rf G , li p 1 f-an 4'-, 'Fa 7 4' rfb 7 1-. ji KNAW ia ith ,P f ...... ..... ........... . .. 8 v 4 A A .................. I 8 , .......... ..... ......... . . 94 4 , Y rf Y 6 A - - 2 1 -2? - ,A yf,:f ' ':'. , H , u" I y lf' " --' N "ff 4' "f'51 , 'aff A J .iw'.f ' fA fs.7'e4i92- f . -QW' 'MNH 'fd fvfli V. m ' A 4 L -,ffg,"' wr gp,-.,,' rw - r ' ,, 'M ' .F 'V 'g' ' I 'f' ,fi , 1, 4 K If 7 jlf' N12 -In . f 2, X ' . 3: I' . X .PQ Q , , .. K 15 f , .3 A ,, ' L ' ' X ' "' J f- iv, X L ,S v ,, f ,f,l., .W if ,yy lsually every wagon train was fortunate enough to have sereral members who had taken the long trek more than onre. Kn- selfishly these pioneers imparted the knowl- edge they had already gained lo those who were making the journey for the first time. i- ,W .. .,,. --15-iw W 4 Lg-TE I. Q - I- "4 :EM . iff- t 531125 '--W7 'H Wm 'JW J -H2 N "4 -.: wi' """"""lS- KNEE r f -ll-.....J W5 -new wffit 1, .4-, B' J The lluss ol l9m9 us the bllver Auuuuuversary class of Garden luty Hugh Suhool We ure proud to have a share un markuuug a quarterucnturv of hugh .uluuuunueuut uuu educatuon un ouur community Tlue 4 utueuus of Carden City have 'always helueved uuu edufaluouu Through the wears thew have uuususted that the hugh scholastuc standards established tor the llass oi 1931 should he mauntauned un spute of a rapud growth un populatuouu and uncreasung costs Thus unterest of the cutuzens un theur schools has been equalled hw the skull and deducatuon of admumstrators and teachers We realuze luow fortunate we are to have had our education un Garden 1 utw We heluewe that the members of twentw four otluer graduatung classes jouuu us un expressing gratitude to the cutuvens, teachers, and admunustrators who have made Garden futw Hugh School a school of whuch we can all feel urs proud 1 - -1 . w. . v w- - ' ua. 1 . . ' 4 1 . . I . . , . . . , t . 1 -I . . . . n n 1 5 .vu . .. . 0 . . . , . . 1 y - 1 u g - . . . . . 1 ' -1 v . 1 f- A 1 . W . . . Q . . . -- R 1 . A Q . . . . . no u - , , . . . . Q s f . Q Q . , ' , '- . . . n n . . . . . ,Y w. . w . A L .I V - ADMIN ISTIIATIUN TP MCDONALD EGDORF Su perzntendent Schools CALVIN ANDERSON Assistant Principal Ii -C' ,suv -'sl 1-aqui' WINFIELD THOMPSON Prmclpal ENG 2 A+ W 1,-,S LAUREXCE BERGEN CAROL CAHILL MICHAEL DERUVO ROGER GOODWIN ELLA B HACLDORN JOHN HORTON INEZ SPIERS ESSICA VAN HORSON PHILIP WARDNER JOHN WARRINER I ISII g,.-f ,,,1- Tlm is Phil 'Vlqu ruordzng -1 .-Q ,K 1 L s nur rm: the neu m Dllll2llllgl7Illt1IHtVS pour suzlenre Nffllflllft' uuluurd unnlw uluu Di W-bt .ArSAl 1' '51 A . x, 1 L A, 'KK 3,,,',-. I " ' ...uh...ul1... H ,. , . .b ' ,- ui ' f. , .hrs A - -,Y . ,Q , , l . , 1 ' gawdr 2 X f'l'.' 1' ff ' f A b -'.' ' ',. ,,,.,,. .,,,.r U A Q5.A.,jg-fy, ,- e- , ' JL. ' A ' , .. I -M 57 , K, -:H . ai n.vo R , i . 5 ,vu 3 . . x 4. ul, I . A , ' ' ' 5.,,,.-rv' Readers fulde to Permdual Lzlerature9999 Bow about those rubber mats ln the locker room Nou, there IS thzs plane aallnd the lmled 'Natzons S01 IAI STI IIIFS , ff' ALAN BENOSKY MAURICE COLBERT CHARLES MELTON STUART MILLER WALTER NELSON JOHN RODGERS MARTHA SCHNAUBELT HARRIETTE SIME JOHN STEINBERC 15 ALICE GRISWOLD WALTER LAW DER N MARGARET MCNALLY MORRIS ROTH EDWARD RYDER I L A X A KENNETH BERNDT JOSEPH BIVIANO WALLACE GRAHAM M ATIIBM ATU S I vm thzs IX Fllfllllflllllllfl x But: 11 are vnu sure ther: rm 3 1 In fl Il f 1 er A 0 course you learn mon by my nzulmg lHlSlllI1lS W 1 1 A L A L n mix. , Qs' ' , I . AD 4' He,-. . -y ,ri O' -'f -112 - 1 ,:. ' N ' . .... 'f E h If ,.4, f 5 , , , . K-' .,... . ix . Lf' s . WOEL CORBRIDGE CHARLES DECKER THOMAS MINER JOHN ORBARI ROBERT RICHMOND HAROLD TURKELL HAROLD VAN WEDS DONALD WALKER MURRAY WALTER Cf 0uch??? SCIENCE That looks like my fngernailf It should be ubzwua Lets go oier the proaedure onfe more .ln W fja i , .T fm E CARNIINE BRUNI EDWARD COYNE JEANNE DUNLUP SONJA MEMOLI Ikgmzta A E SEMA., M g, fi gL.Qa. ' -8 ESTHER EATON JOSEPH GENNA FRANCES .IENNINCS DANIEL PERKINS MARION TEMPLETON -x' R 20 Un my lrip lhruugh ,'llc.xiru . . . LANGUAGES lluwvlvr in .g1L'flZL'I'I!ll1ll . . . 1 f ,,......f -I 33 , Qhugf x '25 ,gf ,Q , , .IA Q ol . A " I I ...J T55 I so on Ihe menu at .Yl'lZ1l.5 are . , . A- --...' --fd ANNE BERNbTEIN PATRICIA JAWIEb WARREN IxINF IIEAI TH AND PIIYSIF AI EDI CATIIIN LORRAINE S'VIITH JAMES STEEN JULIO SILVEDTRI DOLORES THO'VIP:ON BEATRICE TONER -1 Tw Y A - v - . -- I - - A A , 1 1' 1 v J , I - -' -. A v v - A I 3 'JW . OIR. , RUBFRT I UNNINGH-'UI LH RIL LYNCH EDWARD NH SLIVECLR IN DI STBIAL AND FINE ARTS BRULE VC HITE VIILTON XX EILER U Uh! H delg' L urn I1 DFUIL Iv 11111141 111-5 JEAN CRABTREE RATHLEEW MARFIAL Bl SINESS EDI FATIIJN 1-"2" KATHERINIE NIEDBALSKI MARGARET ARNOLD LIBRARY Il0ME ECONOMIf'S LEEN 'VIcCARTHY P! -pa!" w N 1 r , A A L A 1 Q n -. L T , 1 . A v Y 1 1 'F , I. .h N7 K? , 5 DOW C HADDERDON I'RANICIb REHNIANI Gl IDAN 1 If Ml Sli' JAMES CALKIND ALEXANDER NIACNLTT DOROTHEA ROBIN MARFARET SNYDER E in Q0 FAFETFIIIA STAFF C. Bojarski, D. Kocan, N. Lynch F, Pearce L. Trahe. J. Mayer, R. Finch C. Pearce, C. Nenninger. UFFICE STAFF C fzlbert L lorn f Huzrlrkscn M Larsen E fine an R Weslernmnn CUSTIIDIAL STAFF Bottom row S Cosuenfki ,I Tcer C Titus Second rms I lrzedeborn A Os ahr I Bodnar M Wunzr Z Mc-lenskz Miss Cummins. 26 gy f x Q 5 'Q we '-x . iz, "- 9.1! x fQf'f1+gL Ml 'gr Q, , Ax A fy1b2,Q, QW 'W4Nn-1 I f'i. N Yr A I . t ek MT? iluiwn 'A 5 L ' W "Lf' 1' ' J , , Q fi f M 4 ww -, if ff L B f LJ-gg kv' I Lnkik, 5-A-LW Ntuwtw-A if QWC' I , . g ' ff- w---i- , , E "WFS '?5 ,, :.- ... K l 4? ,v 'l YV. 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L. 11111 P. .1 11,1 P. 1112 lf. . f '1 '. L. Ilz . 'A .. .. ' 'g '. P. C . . . P. 1111112 P. C II Fiftl '-1. L 111 1. 1. ll 11. U". efifft '. w. R 111 . Il 5 1'2. . 7 .1.jflff. . 21' '. ' . .I f. 7 '. .f Bottom row-C. Stiles. lf. Metz. N. Alain. I. Trakas. I. Monmrarm. K. Tsungux. I. Melis. M ll'1orLtf1'ell0. C. Bennett. Sf-emtd r0wYS. Uutzauer. L. Srhwurtz. X. Pedersen. M. Sleerz. U. Meyer Al. Artule. H. Stephens. K. Sullimn. U. Turanlu. T. S1'llf'H'f. P. Preston. .l. Trurzxjfelll. Third ron- A. Malmurl. W. Alzrerzx. T. Ahrens. P. Smith. D, Huxtorz. H. Short. W. Beullle. V. Mallurzli. 1' Rnflilaxsn. ff. Luwrenre. K. Hoyle. C. Dion. Fourth rms-lf. Pedersnrz. H. Ulxnn. f. Metz. If Tultersull. I. Miller. C. Miner. ff. Merrell. M. Nuurzurz. J. Pulienre. L. S1'lIf4'lIlfl'lSl'Vl. M. Phillipx B. SlUlfl'S. Fifth row-H. .'Ynln'l. J. Zipfel. D. M1'Ilt'flIIlllI, M. Whulerz. M. Tull. B. Banles .l. Leunurfl. R. Sanders. R. Sf.YSIIlllh. R. ,Yt'll7. M. Ofl-lllfk. B. Bvrglurztl. Bottom rowAP. Curretl. M. Kuhlrrzlm. R. Kennedy. ll. Slllylhf. F. Kunz. lf. Friedrrzun. L, Kalinowslfi. B. Rerzinger. M. Rex. N. Dunn. A. Roe. C. lfielzurd. Set-oml row-- R. Reilly. ll. Farrell, T. M1lwhinn1'3'. J. Mazur. U. Mr'Hugh. R. Unis. Il. Ferzry. R. Fay. S. ffamp. M. Mnntfrelln. C. Metz. G. Elliot, Third ron-J. Fabish. lf. Egeler. L. Iliefenhach. j. Cerlurh. C. Flarmery. M. Regan. J. Lunese. K. Kirby. K. Ruehl. C. Sfhulv. L. Langley. lil, Ijllllfllll. Fourth row- ll. Fit:Cil1l1nn. I. Ciuquinto. R. Esler. M. Barbatsuly. K. Heriell. T. Pirklrurrll. B. Peterson. B. Farquharsnn. L. Caffga. B. Hardman. W. Hecht. Bottom row-R. Musil. S. Myers. P. Mavalusu. M. Nash. W. Buleau. C. Rountree. ll. Tus.wne'. E. ,'Vexsin, V. Mallartli. Sevond row-B, Nelson. .l. Porianda. .l. Moore. M. Lamson. A. Kurzen- hauser. K. Kenney. K. Kullelis. L. Newrnun. N. Grares, N. Felton. K, Coleman, l. Swharff. Third row-B. Bauer. M. PllSSlllUV7l0. W. UH. M. Mnntirellu. .l. Stark. C. Stiles. R. Snedekvr. I. .Yllgt'lll. R. Henning. G. Hind. J. Myhf. W. Raef. W. 0',Yeill. Fourth rmte-S. Kip, R. Pnnzmlu. S. Muller. L. Kirk, C, Cedru. I. Palmer, R, Fulfia. H. Rulrefls. C. Culdner. R. Enzsliv. J. Ell.illlllfll. X. Blu'-lf. Fifth row-I. Fluegel. I. Post. L. Lewis. I. Lindnef. W. PIIVVS. J. Mrfirmn. C. Seifert. .4. llurlnmn, R. Mr'Cusliie. D. RlIHllj'H3. f. Marlin. I. Lnnslri. Bottom row-M. Mflnvrnv. A, Costello. B. Bulger. B. Barrio. .4. Melin. M. Luke. S. Hill. N. Sherman, P. Foley. Serortd row-W. Clearer, X. Drelwer, T. Wood, J, Holmes. V. Pixfioltu, I. Arnold. S. Burn, S. Smith. Third row-R. Defy. R. Agar-ina. J. Meyer, R, Shaw, R. Coclzslmti, IV. Badger, C. Murphy. W. Riley. W. Cadal. Fourth row-B. Lalfofne. J. Bruton, V. Spinivellr, I. Cooke. K, Ofban, L. Seider. N. Aloia, F. Curtin, J, Slajofd, P. Dehle. gms 1 HN 'S 715' 3 I xw4,gQ h S df P 'I J. X i,f!1lf' dui -s l XVT yirfk 1. , 4xQ5. xfx - an 'SL' 'W In the vanguard were the more experienced members of the wagon train. Eagerly they pressed on toward their destination, motivated by the desire to find the gold hidden in the unexplored hills. S-DN-E x .Mn I-2 ...I S- J 1- Z,,,,.. "' 1 4-P? K 'J e .ix X Q QE fb J-e2 --r ' 1 1? L :if N A 5,53- 1,, k ' ' 'Q fgffx ,S V ' V 42,0 Y ii Y' 1 1 Q fi' K X D 7' L 1 t 1- . x fi ' ' Q 3 . , I 1 1 ' W ' '15 U X EVA ,fy 'HD V, . -. ' 4 ' 'nv' ' . . I ,I . 4,-my w-,- . YFAB IN REVIEW In splte of a ramy day to start us off thls Vears senlor class soon settled down to the busmess of belng the best Uraduatmg class exer At the openmg assembly Mr Thompson added a serlous note to our ldeas of what the senlor wear was gOlI10 to be llke After fillmv ou De Laney cards we began to mterest ourselves ln the round of new and excltlng courses Senior speech was the most formldable subject facmff most of us, slnce we had newer had such a course or such a teacher' CISIIIO' that first one mmute autoblographlcal recltatxon reduced everyone to a common denominator of nervous ness The more lITl8.UlI'l8IlVC of our fellow stu dents found themselves ln the creatlve Wflllflu groups under the dlrectxon of Mr Vlarrrner We wlll have to Walt It seems untll the publrca t1on of HNKSPOTS to read any of the1r crea t1ons because these people are usually pretty qulet about thelr masterpleces Bmlogx I1 aroused qUllC a blt of mterest thls year espe clally wlth the resldent of Room 110 Mr 'Vle moll IS forever threatemng to phone the SPCA as a result of the tales she has heard of the semors explolts rn the labs Probably the most awful 1nnovat1on thls year was the Uradlng of boys 1n the1r gym classes Maybe the ldea of ffradmv was a natural result of the state w1de physlcal fitness test After all lf you are golng to Hnd out how healthy a person IS, why not also Uxve hlm a grade on lt? Reahzlnv how confused and lonely they had felt as sophomores, thls years semors pltched ln and helped to or1ent the lncommg Class of 1961 An assembly was held especlally for the sophomores and the new students Varlous sen 1ors spoke to the Uroup about the many dlfferent Mr Thompson warns us of things to come actlutles offered Ill the hlvh school After the assembly a huge recept1on w as held ln the cafe terra wht re the new students could slgn up as members of the actnutles whlch Interested them The response was tremendous and the sopho mores have been a most welcome addltxon to our school The only project that was more successful durmff the first month of school was the semor dance Thls was a reallv bw money maker besldes belnff the moment of the unvell mg of the mascot Our llttle Class Ass sym bollzed the splrlt of 1959 commemoratmv the ploneers who a hundred sears ago, flocked to the wealth of the Comstock Lode and opened up whole new hor1zons for those who followed Rrrrror lc and Rrrrroll 1 4 , . 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The flee! ln One of the most popular assemblles of the vear soon followed It was the exchange stu dents opportumty to tell us thelr lmpresslons of the countrles they had v1s1ted durlng the sum mer and lt also gave Us the chance to hear of the Hrst Impressions we had made on Carmen and Svem lVIanv of the speeches were 1llu trated wlth colored slldes the most unusual belnff those of .ludy Berndt the daughter of our exchange teacher from Australra Smce that assembly we have galned another forelvn student Damel Soulez Larrvrere from France Our school proved so full of talent that we found 1t necessarv to stage two talent shows They were so well re celved that we even sent a few of our pl'Odl0'lCS to Herrlcks Hwh School to entertaln there Later Herrlcks sent some of their talented students to our audltorxum for the Herrlcks Horror Show whlch was enjoved bv all We faced the problem of ransnng the money to make ours the best SCIIIOI' class ever Our super alesman Lharlle Crofton came to the rescue wlth a new and gigantic plan for scllmff more maeazmes There were commlttees and prlzes galore The semors made up for thelr poor howlng m thrs drive bv convertlng the Senior Bridge mto the biggest money maker vet seen at the h1 h school Such success can be attrrbuted to the drllgent work of our class ofllcers llv thc end of October the fall season was strll Uolng strong We were so enthuslastnc about the wonderful successes of the football team that we continued the tradltlon of h0ldlIlU pep rallles to cheer the team and cncouragc school splrlt and attendance at the Games Al though we all yelled for the tc am to keep up thelr flnc rc cord of wlns most of the gurls were beglnnlnff to wonder how to catch these men for the annual Sadle Hawkins Dance sponsored bv the C A A Fven though our team was clown ln the dumps over the lo s to Wanhasset the football partv revlvcd them for the dance Pverv one seemed to have a wonderful tlme evcn the men as they alternated dances between the square danclnv ln the gy mnasrum and the socral dancmg offered 1n the crowded quarters of the cafeteria 'Nlanv senlors ffathered IH the hall added the stralns of meloclles to the Ill'-'lit a1r Rv the end of thc evenlnff all that remalned of a good trme were the shattercd petals of corsages for boys .7achcrle or Wurrzner steals the shou .' fi - -- 5 c . 1- 'U . . L c P ., . . . v . . c. 1 , , . -V , - 2. U , . . . e Y 1'- l Q 1 i I . , F c b t L I. 5 . A ' - . r . , , , J. y F 5, , O C P ' ' , ., '- ' ' ' 5 1' . ' J. . . . I., ' . ' ' ' S. c . Y ' - v . - l - '. X . . , - ,, . ,X . " 2 f ' n z- ' . . I' Q ., F , t, S 4 ln ' ' ' . rs' ' ' . l c ' . ' f . ,, 5 ' ' 7 ' ' ' ' cs M ea L s. C. N ' , ., F . ' . T ' ' ' l S 1 - 5 - 1 U v . l C a ' , . .. ' ' r: C . ' ' Su - h Y as 7 A C h -Q . . . E . ., . , , , F v. V . .F X . , ' r- F s 4 V ' s, . B X . . Thls years crop of alert se nors showed par txcular Interest 1n the IJ0llllLal partles un1t Ill the cltrzfnshlp educatlon classes before Plectron Day If there was a pohtual rally Wltlllfl twenty mlles of Carden Cnty there were bound to be some representatlves of our class rn attendance lNo one can deny that the scnrors of Carden Cm were anythlng less than zealous Ill therr attempts to collect campawn llterature to deco rate thelr respectrve teachers rooms Items such a three foot posters and wooden elephants found thelr way 1nto thls lIlStllllllOH no ques tlons asked ln the serlous yem FCHO produced a commendable electlon lssue 111 whrch the plat forms of both partles were dlscussed wlth 1n telllgence and wlthout prejudrce All of thrs excltement occurred at the same time as Back :YJ rfgVVy.,fV,.'..Vu ,,,,,.A..-v-P You re too young to smoke any way to School lN10ht The SCB squad had the1r hand full leadmg bewlldered parents through the halls as they reenacted a school day The Fabulous Three Hundred also created another first thls year The cast of the fall Masquers play rncluded members of the facultv as well as talented students Mr Bergen was the star of the show m hrs fine portrayal of J Drexel Blddle the Happrest Mllll0Ualf6 Speaklng of plays, no one w1ll ever say that we dld not see our quota The senlor speech classes went to New York to vlew Sunrlse at flampobello a fine mterpretatlon of F D R bv Ralph Bellamy Rangmg from the hlstorlcal to the musical the dramatlcs classes patromzed the most popular muslcal on Broadway now Vlest Slde Story Another excurslon though not so wldelv publrclzed was fully as well recelved by the group whlch attended 1ts presentatlon Mr Oceanside 5' '9"" WHTIIDCT and 'Vlr Wardner gallantly led a band of eager hngllsh lrterature students 1nto lNew York to watth the celebrated Old VIC Com pany of Fnvland perform Shakespeares Ham let Other groups have slnce then ventured on sxmrlar dramatlc trlps The boys had a bla tlme on the occaslon of dmner and program whrch hwhhffhted the sea son The teams were approprlatelv honored at thls tlme The Ulrls were especlally alert when the P T A sponsored a concert by the Yale Apollo Clee Club Therr muslc was lmpeccable and hrghly enjoyable The part of the program that everyone enjoyed most however, was the neces sltv for the members of the Clee Club to have dmner 1n the homes of the senlor glrls An exc1t1ng event of the first half of the year was the annual tr1p to the Unrted lNat1ons The whole day was spent 1n New York at the U 'N Headquarters on the East Rlver Most people entered the mam lobby and slmply stared at the whole arrangement The group descended on the book store to buv source materlal for umt tests the followmff day After eatlng ln the Delegate s Lounge and enjoymg the classy CUISIUC, the Groups were taken on a Uulded tour of the U 'X by young women guldes some of whom wore costumes from thexr natlve lands The boys were dlsappomted to find there were no gurdes from Tah1t1 or Samoa' About thrs trme, srgns of panlc became eu dent rn the Senlor Class Deadlmes for college appllcatlons were drawlnff near, and the colleges . . V . V . . . 1 V V . M V .C . V . . , V V . S - . e ' - e . Y l , . A D V ' I 5' ' - li . 1 . I n c c D V Y , , , ' V 7 66 4 ' ,,..- 95 V - V hu www, f-Qyuw r K . . . . 5 V' g ' 7 , -f the Fall Awards Night. They all attended a .. V V .L D .C V V , ' Y l v v V U , , , .jj V V ' V ' r: '- ev ' ' I - C D .. q S . V. V av va ' ' Y ' an as - V V ' V' T 9 ' ' V . . VV C V V . U . . . . ,, . . ' . V, . . - ' - - 9 L , V, D I V 7 V - cc ' V ' T A , C, C . - . av ' ' Y ' - . , . . . V V -, D 7 . I V V V as ' ' ' . 5 ef ' , V V, . . . M. . V.- ' 9 C . V . . V V - ' ' V - were deluffed with application from dl trauvht sennors The eolle es retallited wnth batte ies of a titude t t and neakilx worded question nalre Tie gzuie anee olhee was eauvit in tie You call that a reeommendatzon middle and did an admiralmle joh per lladlnff te Colleges tat tie ass of 1939 was tie Ureate t class exer to come alonff Amidst these tribulations the comme of fllfl tmas xacation prowed to he a bn- ht spot The school was decked out in gre at quantities concert was one of the best exer After the different groups under the direction of Mr Rehman had deliffhted the audience with rendl tions of our faxornte holiday music the lan ffuave eroups each sanff a son The exemnf wa completed with the llfhtlnff of the outdoor Christmas tree and the united singing of Silent N1 hr Christmas zn the I arzbbean by Belajabzsh Its cold zn that audzlemunz Thi xear the Alumni Tea was pon ored law the Qenlor Class Vlanx old aequalntancee were renewed and the '1nt1e IPZIIIOII of gomf' to college next scar hevan to exelte the senior The fhr1stm'1s xaeatlon was ofhelallx heffun with the Student COlllNll Dance There were ns f s s f I a fathw lnce was crowned the Snow ueen he qtudent Council Pre ide nt Pete Hemenwaw Pxerwone wa wsllulw impressed by the 1 ht of the lowelx queen and tie eourt lined up ln the red xelset throne which flE1Nh6fl lllI'ITlOIllOllNlX with their pastel After we returned to school the thought that mid term examinations were near at hand hor rlfied most of u Whx hadnt we tudled oxer Want the YHCZHIOII ' W here had all the time one 9 The e o the exam came and a ee N0 f wa too -orrx to ee it leaxe The l'I'lfl8W after tle ekams was .1 ierx leetle one lax our tiere was a tream of tudent eomlnf to an from the auditorium fomh and mirrors were fre que ntls in ll e heeau e 'Nlr lxollar wa oot mf' the picture for the VAST ' F, " ' , ' 5 Z. 1 e ' 7 gz 3 'z " !" -T M . p ' 1 es s s ' Y' ' . i - ' 3 ' l , 'l ' ' ' I ' ,-l I l C l . . ' s 4' - ' , s s V l V 4 A g . V . P I h l .Q in b . V S . . I' F ' ' ' ' , S ' F ma 1' ,rapt anl sghs s ,i 1' ' h .- h 1 Cl ' V r 1 ' M ' Q 3 e F s - ' F, . 'S - ' .' 4' - ' s n' ' .. Q ' ' ,, ' F ' ' s g ' U' i .S L V . V L .g ,V ' l ' I, . . I S V I . I . . 7 . ' I 5, a ' J, I, ,' ' U of Christmas decorations. This years Christmas gowns- ' S . ' . . A V T 'fi - C F I . f f rr ' . r F F' C ' ' F T' I-' CT , Q -. .K . X' Z' C' L f 0 icjfx -. ., . Ky o T 2- A . " 2 : cas" 5 , 4 , p I 1 , f e gr' T . ' tr' I " . 4 .j. '.' " f es .' . , - f - . . - , ., Q ' ' F' e e-:ek f e 5 ' p ss l. s me 'f "s .' I' s' '- ' I , g ' ..-Xlle"'l 3. l s s s - ' g. fi . . ' ' s - s . . r ' s sh - ' F s A A . . ll atth tht hzrdre Hold that please Somethmv new was added to Carden flty s proffram of ll1l9l'QCllOl8Qlll COITllltUll0Il The math department formed .1 team of Nlathletes and beffan competlnvf wlth other schools Durlnv thelr firt cont: t the 'Vlathlete demonstrated I arden I tty s supertorlty ln tntellectual matter w h1le our athletlc teams were demonstratlne our IJllYQ1CHl QUIJCIIOTIU enthuslasm thls year After the home games the Student Councll sponsored dances so that the students could haye a chance to celebrate mth thelr heroes Probably the fame that aroused the most comment was the one where the senlor boys cheered For weeks before the mffht the yfll of bass yoltes could be heard from the gzym Fllllllly they learned the cheers by heart Who sald that a boy couldnt Jump as well as our talented cheerleaders? I stzll can t hear You" The questzfuz is ran he get up again 9 Some of our QCHIOYS eyen became TV per sonalltus on an afternoon provram hobnobbmg ysrth pcrsonalltles llke 'Vlrs Eleanor Rooseyelt Alonv Wllh the play however there was some QPTIOUS work Our source themes or Mxdnlvht Masterpleces tauvht us that colleve would re qulre a metlculous budgetlnv of tlme The AFS declded that thts year they would Une the glrls another chance to ask that certam someone out Fyeryone seemed to enjoy the Hags Drag Congratulatlons vo to lNad1ne Fel ton Lu lanffley Boots Orban and Blll Rtley As we entered the Basketball Tournament the school avaln rocked wtth the splrlt of C C Hwh The pep assemblles under the dlrectlon of 'Vlr Splrlt hlmself Tom l'ab1sh and Varsity Lheerltader Captaln Pudfle Booth were yery effectlye IH raising th splrlt of the students The buses wh1ch took the students to the games were always hlled to the brlm The only dt appomtmc nt came when we lost to 'Nlassapequa by only one POIHI Our heroes' l C ll 7 Y Y 7 V S - ' , V s. -. . Y 54 . . I- ., I , " .. . ' C . . I X . . . ,, I , F ' ' ' c M 1: ' A 1 L, ., . . . . t . D . G z- I- v . -. I., ' ' S is A S M C. V . . 3 T A' I ' ' ' ' ' s. c . 4 ' . ' f , ' - v 1 . , . v . ' ' X 1- ' , rn ' ' .v' 2 J 5 ': e Ye The basketball season was followed with great G. Cfs ambassadors to Europe this summer. I s 5, . t P . I V- n 4 Q ' - M v ' ' C. . .T K- ' ' g 1 . t . , 5 , Q j V A , , ' ' x ' Y' . . Y ' s A v 3- 1 , U , K .b 7 .Y e S .. L u "r S . ' ' - k Y. I, V ' L L, v N . 7 , I v ' 1 v v t - if ' 3 9, 4 l Hack in school, not to be outdone by the math department. a group of seniors formed a dra- matic team and entered the Hofstra Shakespeare Festival where they surprised everyone when Jim Dexter won the award for outstanding actor of the day. Fun for faculty at "Faculty Frolicsf' will be remembered by many. As an innovation this year. closed c'irc'uit TV brought the impres- sive spectac-le to some of the hopeful sophomores who c'ouldn't fit into the auditorium. The Senior Class again showed its mettle by making a tremendous showing in the various scholarship exams. We did well in the National Merit, placing five scholars. and in the Regents competition we placed no less than thirty people, including alternates. Cmon fork mer or the acuity frollcs The faculty got into the act by putting on the Faculty Frolics an entertaining and pro fessionally done pedagogues extray aganza Whats this about a can can? It was at this time that the P T A Show was getting under way Their production brought much enjoyment to the students and brought back many memories to their parents The Boy Friend will be fondly remembered by both the I' aftcrwards you could hear the strains of I could be happy with you if you could be happy with me all throu h the hall The Honor Society Induction was a yery im presslye assembly tlns year The auditorium was neyer more quiet than at this time as the stu dents waited in anticipation The exprcssiois of the chosen members as they came to the tage As the MAST goes to press. the Senior Class is enjoying the freedom of Sprinf Vacation Vlhen we return to school wc are looking for y r to the Senior larty the BAA an CAA Banquets the excitement of the ffl elee tions and the spring Masquers play Some of the more ambitious senior girls haye begun teaching their fathers the cha cha o that they will be in swing at the Father Daughter Party Miss Arnold Constable' anticipation of Senior Vleek which includes Bermuda Day Dress Up Day Award Assembly and the picnic at Jones Beach We already haye participated in a yery successful Student Teacher Day l'inally at the end of June we come to the Prom and braduation We come to the end of our high school career sadly for it holds o many wonderful memories for each of us , , u . P T' va d ' 3 fl I ' -', ,' 'I I f' ' y, l . I, 5. A 'vo L X - - r- 'T V :- ' 5 T D ' I 9 S .' i , ' f f ' ' T C ' I C GG Y ' 37 ' ' . , P ' . Y s, - . , ' Z' ' , , , i fi' ' I I 1' - - N 4. V . ,, V. N v A , cast and the audience for a long time. For weeks Of Course, Q-lose to eyprv Seniorlg heart ig the X , I i - as . . . . ' - 4 . . v , L- , ' . ' .' c .' ,', A- A ' J.. v' ,, Q n r g s. - 5 - , 1- V K ' 1 ' - ' I Z. 'D A, L 4. ' A S - L 5, 1,7 5 I- . , , ' f 5, SPIRIT 0F 1959 JON SCHMAUSS Prvsidvnt MR. C0 LB ERT S punsor ELLEN HINS1 IH Social Chairman FLASS 014' I959 ?WYPffWff?v U 'I Q . 3 k Ef?7.'.j1fWg :: 1:95 1- I JEAN LOH Svcretary U .xv .1 LINDA HERMAN Vin'-I'r1'sidf'nt ROBERT CULCAN Treasu rvr -19 NANCY ABRAMS Virginia 'Nlayos double easy eome easy ,fzo one man girl sociable trartne blonde rebel without a eause SHARON Al I ISON Neyer a dull moment loves to eat nexer shows blue moods headed for Hood s 1,11 klmg, personality . . . - traetive Hgure . . . Sevre- tary' of Magazine Drive . . . Publieity Committee . . . Bonnie Las:ie . . ."Sherry'. 'g MATHFW Al FSSI Dream of owning a Cor vette nice guy when you get to know him knows fars inside and out Biology ll buteher has ii ions of being a oc or The f lub T ni or Iat RALPH ALVINO Happy'-go-lurk . , . charms the gals . . . lives for the weekends . . . faney .tep- per on the hardwood . . . has his major ninth period . . . auto enthusiast . . . Ushers Club. MARX Al l ISON Noted for her ponytill a whiz with the needle e Il type of jewelry intelligence plus alway helping. omeone under tandin friend ready mile l y as a ee f seep of French Seiyife founfil National Honor bo Clely ROBERT ANDERSON Flair for jazz , . . vice- prexident of Band . . . , - joys a good time . . . E ec- tion Committee . . . Eagle Scout . . . good student . . . bard worker . . . - 's has -'r fill o merrymakers . . ."BoJ. BARBARA AHRFNS Heavenly to hear syn onym for sweetne bundle of fheer lr with the natural murl sparkling smile pre 1 dent of her Church Fellow ship Lonrert fholr Barb FRANf ES AI NAHPI Exotit eyes witty come barks passion for C ai ve s affalrle ikes the party life good tu dent . . .... . . . president of Health and Qafety' Committee . . . 'Fran. IIND X XRNI YN1 Nu to knou rare ar tlstlc ta cnt ml trees of the Qemng. mrrlnne fxqlllille tw te friendly warm Qmlle and ex prewlye eyes a g,re1t ald to any 2'lIllPllI'ljI art edxtor of INKSPOTS weep of Nrt Plll'1llflIW Kommrttee -Xltman Junlor Fdglllllll Board 'A' J IPTPR BXCHXND lne uomrn 'md Nonf' oxes to fume nexer a Qad mormnt prlde and joy s hls 57 fhuy raid K ark llcalth and Safcty fommlt e atc 1 'fr JULIF ATHANA lute lxulahly hlonde nalxe and g.ull1lale rheery dleposltxon hap py go lucky mme lrked hy both sexes Lord Ind Tayloled adorn. food Bonnlf Iaeere Jewel Sl l'llX'Nll' llkll 'Nl xay he r of 't momp 1 he two 1 y what xt takes other Hw- rlefl ln l future Illllld halls rln 1 llonor Surety In jlllllfbl' year ,LOOI naturul Nr ph JEAN ATKINS Refutes the theory that redheads are qulck tem pered Qhy and qulet metrculous excel lent student coniclen tlom worker hluehes eaelly Honor Society IH Junlor year Actnlty Commlttee Ctrls Cho my 1""' inf HKRBXR-X BVVKFS Out tanfllnf xeteran r meer 1 ron tantlx on 1 thattf lhox han worker laurlahle l auth r lale .1 aflorns - o n neyer a r I no rns o lf ore former g.o1n i1t0ff'Jt'f"lk .1 nrt 1 Xia quf r ll xrlr YNDREA ARN XUD Bng. smile for eycryone 'llu nyc rue Ing. loye-2. to xlmnre hae her QPII one momentm generous frlend Won ere eome the red Nlerf Furla thorns qenlor I' xr r IIUXC Bortrrl Drnee and fontrllrutlons hpeerly -VEVYS JOHN BAII FX known and 'admired hy all kll Seholaetlv halfhafk drlyem a green Pavkard forexer late to home room has a Bill at Newton follef e to cap tam and :tar quarter mller of trdrk team taptaln 1 l'1re Patrol Henle 'ref f'-f 5:24. l? 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'md re ourceful lox es musxc unu ual sense of hu mor junlor prestdent 0 I A R an F' JLXNIES I -XRISOW Friendly and qtuet Ines ln his gray Ponttac always een around the ECHO olhce attlye par ttcnpant m C C Gents Steering Committee Spanish flub lm CHRISTOPHER CI ARR Idol of a mtllton women mature sophtstltatlon bound for suome s Nlr Ivy League student leader fontcrt Choir C fe B Exeuttlye Board taptaln of football and has l-.etball Yarslty baseball president of B X A Nattonal llonor boot e fl 'N l 1 11111111 1 111 L Uooll or l N on ,111 a llonl 1 1 1 ll NORNIAN LI bl FY Nun troubled fllend neser wwltllout a lonlluent U'EIllLll1.l0llS Scum of humor lltm to Jolsl counts tlle daw to the ucekuld Nun mlmlng. a gray lluuk ont g.1rl man Qmall Ldllll, hllntmr Norm XIXRX II Rh Il 6011011 90IldllIY lolllluute food old good naturell IUIOIIIIC tor of Studl 11t 5lOlf. 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K ADRIAN ll KRTNI VNV Makes the g.u1Q Qtop look a wh1 llc nexer mlsses a weekend amlu IIOIIQ and uues ful xsork a Suannu kpeual ulttw l0IIltll8flx rawn lmautx pol ed n popular 11 1111 sux ual f OHIHIIHKC one of the llonf xhun STUNRI HHUCHILLL Cute l1ds klller to e glate dre 6 the he-t frrend a 5.111 ner had p av- golf llkv a leal fro h'1 an mls-ret 1n the Junlor cla g l1kesta1 really tomut Va1 lty g.olf ll h and gulw uses hls wllon l'l'Tl'li IIXII F nf' IXFIIPI Pre'-d Klint IU DP'-1 Alflfl ro ed lnto om' mu on tu m n mth '1 1 it 1 fro Q Quan fxmoux for fam x footwolk vrunle nt o Ihr' lldnd r ltx croccq NINRY HXNIXIILI l retty Qophwtn 1h tcn lu WN"H'll!'0llf ut Q 1111 - vu won for IIIZII summers Umm I poor tudent fun to ln mth rrmtne urm-r Stage: raft I atm Club 3.2414 IHPRXI HANNFN WfJHflPFflIllX lncllxlduall tu lord and l-dNl0l ladw a a uldf dfllllillfl tan: eshlp Illf'l-PI hu collefre men 1101163 their fox KNPYYOHC plva ant d1 po 1t on fl 1dfnt of hfr Nou 1 l'Plo1x h1p lon: c rt lholr ROSI' XIXHX lll' HH fomlm of pep per onalm and p1ett1nP N ft mf ga: S 1 tl1ef11lcL1rlP1 fron1 um lraak u taxns the I ea w good nature ha a was m the uw ft1ntaQt1r' appeute mu ll mama nt fhfblll Nfn Ol iextf-t R ll BRULE HKSENH -XC ER food Student morn dlplomat app1ec1atf's the finer th1ng.s 1n l1fe not one of the molm 0 6 of mvrx phy-us WlllZZCN INR SPOT S I1 Pup ed1t01 0 Natnon 1l Honor bouety Haw RENIO HAUSXIXN Dot Q Cal Prldaw are the party IP more hounre to the ounte popular mth all load of fommon P11 9 forexer busy ots 0 un loses to ta dependable Student Fafulty Rf'ldIIOI1S Bond lun fol lou Remo z d . 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Q.. mt ' " ' V.. l lilf HARD HFIDFI Bl' Rfl' R l' rrencllr to all quiet and re erred hard scorlc rn student uith grades to prose rt attracted to :oat killed naugzator rheerful nrile lic lx ROBP RT HIC kk is to fx rn junior war well liked hy all . . . g.ood natured . . . drixes a hot ord . . . mainstay of Varsity howl' ' .quad . . ."Hey kid! You pure you Lot a senior 'c'en.e1". . ."Hic'k.'y.' l FTFR HENIFNWAX Tall darlc and handsome capalrle Student Conn ctl president 'rppeahn per onalltw may with the uomen whirlwind at the card talmle f 1mhas 'rdor to la re e Prance National Xlerlt Qc holar hrp hnalrst Honor Society rn Junior rear Yarsrty tennr traclcmrrr PIC WII LIANI HENKEI Aways seen with a cet tain redheaded cheerleader experreneed grrdder likes his weekends f Cents lacrosse man Chefs Club opened up the hooks rn his senior year hound for bt Laurence r Nw DALE HENDERSON fop nran on the totem poe lores to delrate politic plans to he come an en rneer commonlr een hauntrn rcs urnner in IN X State Scicnee lon g.res National Honor Qocrcty rn junior sear chairman of Stcelln tom mrttce I' IPI n lolcy A soc ration DFR Sf HUI SPIFC Fl IINDA BLTH HFRNMN A rare non conforml t knowing her rs a unique and delightful experience nexer at a lo or dates neser on time hut me ll wart amlras sadress to England xeep of the class of 59 editor of INKSPOTS National Honor Socretw NANI Y HPIWSOHN Daz7lrng: hlonde eute and rmpr h another gal from thc Southland malces friends easllw lots of sehool spirit good dancer charming. smr e FCHO reporter F T A prodigy f'rrls fihoruc a quer Pl IFN HINSK H Uuttandrng, soeral chair m'rn of the Senior fla s former changing: hair 1-ty es . . . hlu:-hes easily . . . originality plu: . . . work, work work . . . 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FY Fyelw hee to rnul liz Tay or rhrimpigm per Qonalitw ne1t find petite Senior -ophi mate exquisite h'ind infer' IIOIIS g.ig.g.lc lHllllNIl'l0lli pre ldent of X emlmlx fom mittee one of the lloneslmuns Nan I HARI PS 'NlrllUNUl I II 'Nexer :een without .1 fer tam female mature philosophy of life 1 enthusia:t . . . keeps the JOHN llc C AUI l- Y l lumber favorite KY pres ion Out to lum wheels 1 hot deufe likes a good I7"ll'lS Qtudiee oecaslon1llw rt'!llI1lfdl DITQIIIDTS Health and Qafety Commit ee 11 WILI IXNI 'NIJ Ol I LW llhe other half .1 smile for eserwone one of Chief Q tennis f ren very actlwe in the Danee Band 'mother maroon Coated C F bent oya Band memher plans to be a Qurffeon 1 of -rr' 'W ret to know him . . . m.- eliunieally ini-lined . . , 'Nlemoli maniai- aucliovvisual room in order . . . Hasquers . . . Terhni- val Direvlors , . ."ffhur-k.' Fll FFXI 'NHCROARTY ,lack of all trade hngi per onallty rating on funny top notrh ath ete knack for ltnlttln worlts for what she gets twinkling eyes 'trslty fheerleader MART afl' Senior Sextet g0Kl3l Commit ee president of lead e A flub National Honor Society 'Nloo e ILON-X 'Nl ACCARD Picture of femininity short dailt and Cute beautiful oprano tone understanding and mteie tiny hand and feet sunny x,po.1t1on quttte . . . pride of the vol- le e men . . . Concert Choir. .L DORIS 'NUKEON A Certain Smile gayer than laughter Mathis admirer foreyer flirting date delight snow speeial gay gzamm popular has her serious moments loy es to danre Re erye Fund Commlt ee Coneelt Choir l-Jodi lOSEPH 'XICPHEE Returned to Garden City from Nashua New Hamp s ure quiet disposition has a mind of his own loyes a good argument Tethnnal Dirertors ess ur FCHO re porter Of Al ISON 'Xlcl EAN Disproxes the theory that blondes are dumb er feetlou personified adorable stag stopper her opinion is her law second look Figure fhampion among cheer leaders bright bomb Q e CHANTECLER editor Chairman of Art Publicity Committee 'Xl AST National Honor Societv Sunny CAROL McQUADE Fashion news am pat lied with personality class clown tries t study between weekends lnens up any party known for her original ex pressions creator of the lloneybuns Shotzie DOUCI AS 'NlcKANF Friendly to all appre mates a good joke dreams of owning a Volks wagen C C s answer to Shakespeare Cents Concert Choir INKSPOTS Bridge Club Steering Commit ee Che s Club Honor Som iety Doug qi' ALICF 'NIACLIA IO Good things come in small pac kages exquisite taste and clothes to matnh winner in any dance contest popular pixie worth a million laughs . . .' May l say something? . . . hospitable . . . Honey- un . . , Masquers. SALLY NI UOR Carefree and easy gomg wheele a whlte Pontiac can work when :he wanta t eldom want t northbound gullible madcap m1 ta models Hgure INK SPOTS val' 'Q At 'P-:r gn...- IHDI-X 'XI-UI-R l'laxr for the unu ual ubtle en e of humor adept wltll the Sewm ma flune work: hard at her job frrendlw AI ICF NIARCL NI Prowerblal 5 foot 2 ewee of blue touch of o phi tlcatlon looks an gelu dont be ml led hand pan waletlme crazy about coffee party Hlfl Clfl Cho I'A'l RH lx NIAURO Wurd en e of humor mtelllgr nt with the marlu to proxe lt powe e an enormous xoeabularw non ronforml t peaks hrs piece Budget Com mlttee Yarslty golf looks forward to an cn neeung. career .lerrx 6 BRLCE NI -XSEL Carefree manner one of the honeybuns nexer oxerworks popu ar llfe beams at 300 alwaye een around the Student foun cll zoom Actmty Com mxttee Yarslty lnelxet a 'Nlaze ll' MN Nl XUSFR lowable laughable flown full of the du ken n me er ous 'md e I 16 'llNElYS ready to paxnt the town red mut for the males weet mlle one of the Honexbuns .lllfllf lilfy f ommxttee l.. P- K' XIXIAN NIANLEL Tall talented and terrlfir excels ln any port frnendls to all honey blonde creamy com pleuon excellent tu dent and all round l knows the meaning of work C Leaders Flub National Honor Souetw IX Juli NWC 'XRD NI XZLR an wer to ta :aw what he thunk rlou mlnded but fnjow a ood tlme mam friend-. hard worker enfe fholar che wz arf Ieater flnb w re tlln I INDN 'Nll' ARW5 Qpontaneoue sparlxlm tomhoy at hunt mul 1 h g.lg.g. e 1 y If d Hlllllmfxllllllt ,al l1r1f htens up any 1 a s room 'tsset to any tum o mm h Npmt un fun un evcples lu f yu Stu ent Count ll dclff a e Fyallmtlon FOITIIIIIHCC Nlearnsl IOUISE MOHLENHOFF Tall and Qtatuesque d llghtfully mdependent vontamoue Qm1l9 seryed but ran always haye un FOIISKIBTIIIOIIQ Qtu dent muelrally mlnded true frxend on vert Fholr Band T Natlonal Honor Soc lety J 53? WWW' ffwf .sm I HILIP MEYFR aay to get along yuth carefree manner Sports. a hot yellow Pord Conyertl e ehlef 3I1'llllIl0Il is to take llfe easy Carry Phl ge 'ww I' DWARD MOORE Cleat man mth the women yely fond of dimples a Flat fan though seen moat y drlylnf a f eyy QlllJLlI'lJ3H aqelstant to the aeslstant at Beet and Company hslung ns hls faworlte pa'-tlme Eddy 'IIIFODORE 'VIOSER Soft Hpolxen loyal Cer mechamr llfe of Home room 133 Elucs dou 1 e newer on tlme not aloof to the opposlte Qev Il ots a hot Ford Te IUDITH MOORF VlFglIllEl party gal deny romplexlon Cllll plenty of Southern rharm left movle fanatlc' many hoblnec roller Qkatlng photography IT'll1ll3ll1lAP 1.0 mtezectln 'NIARIANNP MPH K f lyen to moods falorle rounter cym that re Semhle l1g.htQ a surplus of jokec to tell proud of her ring. party gurl QllFlS C lll 1 0 rus I arky CAROL M011 FR L S M F T flaugz er smllec mlechlef fun ter rlnell attrartne hun dle of energy n matrhed Qense of humor vhauffeur of the year llked by both Amee partlal to blonde l1oyQ Bonnle lassle Sletere Doots MEM , Z"l ,, ' 52 '1 , . . . 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SUSAN XIOFL Lute -meet and 1 wer atlle as they tome carrot top ne tr a va-ted moment Qlon for sports lNue mouth curxlrody friend UlINldllIllIl' tu tent Flew tlon m HIIIIFK llonox bor lctk ln junxor yur Nlotnhtll l K P-XTKH I4 'N XX I UR e of I s lIlg.ll s perk hcautlful hlonde alr has a was mth the hon lptma nnle fu ou lde 0 , .... t'0l'illill . . . dlxarm- in, smile , . ."llere, heref . . . Bridge lfluh . . . Band . . ."Ti: .' ,,,f ,f if I 1 Iliff! JANIFS 'NlL'Nbf HE UISI and dependable and C lant fan enjow defendmg hub point f new hltes a Illglll out mth the boys LOHIITIIHCL ag.er lm Budget :cr man f?' Q1 'N XV X WI- MII- R e of C N lntdll' lrlondcs sueetnesx mixed mth g.netw e lleses the llIll!fllfXZ1l!ll thunk for her elf traordmarw artxtn talent . , . 'tn individuallt . . . INKSPOT5 . . . 0rche:tra . . . National llonor So- ciety. 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FAROLXN RAPI' FTIFHLIIIFIPS la her trade mark dexoted to drn ln qulet but Qparka mth fun smlle for all Sunday thool tem her ro y somplexmn 0 mum In to do Aetluty I ommlttee ARNIAND JON I RUSMALK C f s Mr Football akln drying enthu lait f'0flSilCTlll0IlS and mdustrl Q IIIIFIIIQZCHI cnc ju tue of Stuc follll alt edltor of MAST Narslty football and traclx bound for suefes Honor Soclety I e ROBFRT PUFI ISI Shy at Bret glanme Ines to drlxe eay going helpa out at the F C ool asplrea to be a pllot lacroeae player C CS fente Stage Crew 0 1 LAWRFNf I' PRX BY I SKI fa ualne s plu pent Q CPIIIOI' ar ln e MAST othee enjoy po teeaeon eelebratloni wnll always remember ' the Sadxe Hawklne dame COP1IllUl of 'NIASFI Fleftxon fommxttee Var lty football a d la fro e nexer mn es a rhool affair Skip ROBERT RADC LIFFE Tall dark and hand ome Collegiate dre er mamtams fond memornea of hls fla le Ford one of the enlor cheerleader Qpare tlme pent at the Carden Ctty Florlet alwaw Qeen mth that fer tam cheerleader Bo 1 'lI4.Rf 0 RAC FR PROSFK Host to many joke great help to XIEIQQIHEIQ quiet demeanor enjoy eport ZlIII'lllSIli ITIIIIHH good nature brary taff Red Crow 4Q SVFIN RASMUSSEN Norway Q ambaeaador to f' an ever smiling QIX footer hkes Amerlr an g.lr N artlstlf ally 1 med mlted up Nor du with waxy blaek halr Band member we liked by all P 'VI Rli IX R 'H XIOWIJ ook of pour 1nd Qin KPFIIY HIITTOIIIIIIN wr 1lotl11-s L.dIOI'f fun lox 1n mnmn KITIIP enualrle 1ntPll1 vm? a dlll Pnt an1l reQo11r11I11l vsorlwr etnrliante fran qal 11 W fl IIIONIXS 111111 njow 1 1 Il 1 1l1 Ill ll I11 Illllf 111 1 p 1 I 11n11-rt I 101r 1'- 1 Tom I ROBI' ll I' KI' ll Ill' R IFR boo for 1o11ng.11 11 amen olfr. .1 1 1111 fo !l11 111 endc arsm SOI 1 er 1 tl loolw 11f1r1l to L1 IIKDII 1111-1 o 1 I il I-S lil ll 111 rlrtfntlon r1111111 t0o11l tmso 11ot1 1l for ll 1 1 If 11111111111 an1mos1t1 tow111l 11 11 ers s It rs ll 1 lead Prs flllll fmmg DORIS RFI Pl' R Outstfmdlng, fl11t1t neser seem- to lo 9 I111 tan ssarm l111rte1l aood Qtudf-nt nar a OP ta cw pfnt m the- Qports uo1l1l ll 1 lln t11 1 urer of Bfind pr1 IIIPHI of 011hfctra W II I l XXI IIIFPI I7 Still S111 lIxN fonrlly 11I0l1l0 5.0011 n1'1n with the hoolu KOIII 'IHII smooth 1. 111 lung. 111 lo any! mg onrf 1111 1S1on1lly S1-r1 om lnms 11 N111on1l Ilonor S01 1111 1 fs- l IDI RPANIFR Hard 11nrk111g. indnidual enjnw exploring, new QIIIIHIIOHS filendly an1l pearf- ounf after Qvhool l111s1n1'-Sman Htamp anrl l0ln 1olle1tor plans to be a geologist Band member Them Flub 'Y ll IIIOI ll RUIJI' 'N I nec for tl11 'il Ilwn1o11I1 fun IOXIII Z1 1 5.1! 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A in I 1 IUIIN lxUl'lJl-H o 1 we Qfllflllk thln 1 frm ull and uk n nl we 64 qtude nt fnlty monk Bout 1llllIIll'H1 of Plectlon fommlttec Rhode f..:fB"5 QANDRA SEIFI' HT l aug.h along' ood na turf a -pet la ty Ba d um hound loxea het uc se true to you q let md ea y L01 g. ron uentxous Qtudent 4 e Smdy 'L if NIH H AFI ROQS food lmagunatlon en e of humor eye for the youn er uomcn pete the mot out of h1 ue-ekenck ero Q voun tly taptaln m1le1 for Yalmty tlaelx team Qeano JON SC lI'XI XUS5 realdent of Semor Qlaes. tlunlva for hum elf hard worker mth exldenre to prose lt folmulutor of yxelld explecslons artlstually lnc med Bow Mate Student Faculty Relatlonslup Board Xarslly tennl ha lxethall and golf Ndll0I'ldl Honor So clty 'Nlou e I ARNIFN SANTOS Senorlta from Spam natural beauty part of the Healy houcehold yxell lllxed and admxred the DlC'lllI'C of lnno fence leaxnlng. fn t unpredlftulmle at t1me a true dlplomat Bonme LZISSIC C11 C horua Concert Chmr IHEODURP Sf H01 FX Appears hy hut lllxes huntxng, and hslun always seen tampering mth a car Narsrty mat man km Il1Ylll and pee d boat enthustaet rasual drewer e PRFDP RIC lx ROI l PR 'lhe mad drummer of the f 0 lla l like no IU and water ung. talnart memluer of the enn tty f famoue Roller Lrg. le end to tudy mulu Rulx Nlllxl' Sf HIRNI U HFR ma lll S1 ho 0 ul under clone g.ul r Ill un farlxle i1llll0lSllBlDIIl tuf humnng, '1 cc 1 f c un Nl tu 'Nhu We Rlf H-XRD N1 llLXl U HFR cl 1 1- 1r11P ffl t lllfllll f1 1 wall 1 1 t 11 1111tl1 11111111111 l10ll1 m 111 anrl ..1n1m.1l 111 f 1 ld t1 Il 1 ,Iflx l0llN Nl HLITI 11111111 l 111111 1 llllll 1l11s llflhllll tl1011111 l1l1 1n 08 ood 1 !11llx1t111 111111 lx 1s1!t1Q1l 1 fm 111ntl1 per 1 11.111g..1t1 1 U1 50111 111n111t N1 l1llll7lf IUXNNI- S1 HV XRTFN S lllx 0f1111111f r on 51 '1 1 lf Oll fl 11116 hg.11rP 1 1 111 nfl 1 S111 1 1l f0Il1H1lI PQ 1 111111 T 1 ti 'fi-1 lN-XNQH NFHW XRIPW 'lhe other half A 11r nf Oplll 111 e 90 I spoken en 03 21 food part1 I 1 r1f'l1tlx1n1 0 Slllllf' new for 111 ol1lP1 1111 I1 lllllf Dr111 l IJ 1 I- sllr Ulll 11111 1 1 I UNH! ll 111 1 of lllllllll 11 r 1 111 'll W 11mn111 '1 11 If 0119 m11l1.1 1 uf 1 1111 dll fllllk 1.1111 l1 f um I- "Z 111 1 111111 fUU1IUl 1 I'Il'Nl1 l.11l11 f 11l1 H XRRXR X NC HV5 XB 1 n ne'1t 1 11 Pl 11111- m111111 nlQ lm 1l Dml 1r fan 111 nr the pmt t1-am t1?1n1s 1 1l Xl 1 1 gflll 101111 '1t hPz11t H H0 H1 Y mem lf r N1 l11111l1l11Q H1 I- si ll If 1 111111111 lp 11 If th 1- of humor 111111 1 1111111 111 111111 i ro ll I s 1 011 'ur IRENE SII VA Rellable fun makel dey out frlend fCllC1IOllS unpredictable at tlmes popular Hlth the fel ows speaks Spanish fluently FNA brary staff FIESTA IOHN REED SNIITH Hates to leaye dear old G I' hgh Iyy Ieague persomfied llti C 31 man lIldlXldll3ll'it a Ford decorated w1th on ental motnf always wxth a lady Reed SHEII A SHFRLINC Slum and llthe small ta typing whlz one of Doc s gals eager eye on a fashlon career aw: lon to homework lrlmrary staff a mlle that says hello SUSAN SNIITH Talented dancer llglltflllly mdependent natural attractnenes talks a blue streak enormous appetlte trlm figure startling remarks at tlmes lyory com plexlon appeals to the OPPOSIIC sex Suzle ROBERT SHEERIN Weekend golfer lkes bowlmg future l'llgll school tear her spent hrs senlor year trymg., to keep a 51 Nash lunnlng Health and Safety fommlttee ECHO re porter Row DANIEL SOUI EL LARRIVIERE Frances ambassador Carden Cnty full of ,good will emanates rharm talented gultar oh that accent Frenchmen prefer blondes star of the P T A Show a real boy frlend Danny JAMES SMITH u1et and unassummg does thlngs his own way would do anythmg for a frlend hlh hls p Llalty ayld lntelest m sports cars summer trayeler lm PAMELA SMITH Bound for success lea 1st1c outlook on lrfe knows the power of hard work posed and sm cere asplres to the medleal professlon one ln a m1ll1on president of Honor Souety ACIIV 1ty Commlttee am .lUNE STEHLE Friendllness accompanies her wonderful Qense of hu mor wery imaginative a loier of all types of mueic flair for art Bridge Club German f um FI IIABFTH STONI' Spreader of mirth and fun mucr mama good student rasual and co rollege weekende a future tear her eller sement personality Convert Choir . . . Celes- tones . . .'Betsy.' SUSAN STAFFORD Doll like quality he p ful true and rapalmle too Qunnv aide up prieloua imp works hard whether in school or on the Job xaluable friend Smart wardrobe Bonnie LHQSIC tnlty Committee Con cert f hoir ue HH FN STAUBER Petite pixy sweet and demure multi lmguiet oh thoee Italian hair cuts twinkling atmoe phere alwayf: buay do mg her homework no aweree to the oppoeite sex Spanieh flub ,- x ,f JEFFREY SWANSOW Pipe smoker . . . flair for elevtronies . . . good-look- in . . . goes for younger women . . , sharp dresser . . . Seldom mifses a party . . . lxlond haired Casanova . . . Yarsity lacrosse . . . Fire Patrol . . . Stagecraft . . eff' WHITNEY TECHET Vivarious blonde . . . V' Leaguer , . . may be seen at any sport rontest . . . part of the biology class . . . casualness personified . . . summers at Nassau Point . . . water skiing fan . . . S. C. B .... Elertion Committee . . ."Whit. BERYL STEWART Short and cute a com plexion to envy pleas ant dieposltlon Qpal' klm eyes keeps the hoye in mind faithful Sundax Qchool teacher NIARC IA STRUBE Known for her Short hair ruts quiet until you get to know her peals to the older Set eollegzlate dreeser Sl y streak . , . a wonderful elose friend. 83 RXTIIRX 'W TFNIPI I' flee fees own problem solxcr perennial per ml Where the fire ' dances up a torm cheer up 'my dai or ewr trung. to gain weight alxvne with a tory RICHARD FPRRX Fun loung. hut work is hen he want to oft spot for blond lllltqlll ence radio ITlf'fl'lllllI lmuncl for 'Norwich Ionccrt fholr e Radio fluli tru lx man -nll Pi 'IN an Q. 5 BOINNIE TESH Sympathetic' llstener fabulous figure friend to the end likes her man to be tall 'md dark hlushes at anything: Bells Axe RIDLIII tiuty Qonlmlttce it j V xou mnt help liking ywk CYNTHIA THONIPSONI retty and petite cheery smile xsoxlxs cllll ently with good sults lntere ted and in terestlngz childlike qual Convert Choir CHANTECI ER u dent Counril Findi IAURFI THORNBX Fair and fanry free flair for the theatre lcnoicn for her unexpected comment lillthe blonde on oft XOICG In lon for Illnceton I min 7 JOAN TRFHY QF? A Varqity cheerleader not to for et . . . that just sc-rulrlmed look . . . wears her vlothe: well . . . 'I m so embarrassed! . . . gorgeous complexion . . . fun lover . . . .parks with spirit . . . posessor of many nick- names . . . Bonnie I.a.sie . . ."Sister.. WIIIIANI TREIIY 'I Believe, . . friendly smile . . . free a ea.y . . . enjoys a ood party . . . easy to get along, with . . ."I never lirealfi training' . . . valuable ri ht halfliac-k for the ridders . . . Varsity travk . . . fe," ful . . . " i NIXIUNF XI' HNUN fs new f e t IUIINI n 4 1 a ll r to - 1 I NIS DI XNP X01 H 0 nr 1 llt blue med lr onrf tl mr ll at tu g. funl Ulll elf Ntnnu I UITIIHI qun R on tho 1 mug lvuhIml1n,. 1 que M HXVW Rua DX Vs I- BP R XII xx ug , nur xx xbox ll ul sts Il mu f 1 ale xr mul I rl: nrilx nt lt xl lr t H ,r H 5, all quiet Ntllolls nut has hcl IIIOIYHIIIQ x 1 l I lm 1 I lllt I4 1 wr f IIIIIIIS 1- 'ut ' ' 1014 1 It OHS '-lll U I Q I to Nm Vu, In 3 frlfnd 0 of the 111' tfppc IN X quiz PNK i"'1 'T' IHINS.-XI4.fIl-I WI-ISI' H I A W " j Q' . .. .' ' "f . mf . 1 .4 f me-'... " -ut' ' -...- -...X-, ...:4vur'in- -'n' -4 -.MIN ml- a.- . .V un . . . -mln-r ,U Hp- y- ---. l'.....'..,. '4,'. , I r X 'NIILLIFENT WILLE Miss School Spirit life I aztn ty hello for parkhng eyes and radiant smile rapable leader and ardent follower poi e popularity and problems a ma e mg Cirls State represen tatne Student Coun ul weep and past secretary National Honor So uety Wlllhe JOSEPH WINKI FR food natured a man for the Blue Note works at A 8. S hides a 29 Chrysler in hi garage Cont ert fhoir Orrhestra Var ity Tl e likes sailing. oe WENDY WOI FF Cute freckled collegiate dresser sentimental for the ski slopes sweet ophistlrate pa'-sion for sports aspirations to ward a medu al career SCB FAA JUDITH WOOI Barrel of fun to know talks lnvessantly youth ful nature loyely Clothes ysarm personality outgoing mile enjoys a good time gullible at times French Club Bridge Club Judy SUSAN WRENSHALI Radiant rebel ltnoss something about ey ery thing well read cute and petite honey blonde makes friend ea ily gets along ysell mth the opposite seic sun hme smile Ushers Clu i. ELAINE YATES Lives in the world of sports . . . shiny' brown hair and rreamy white eomplexion . . . adores the licen-e . . . agreeable di. position . . . future lad' in white . . . Y loyal friend. ROBERT ZANCAS Little man with big. ideas . . . can lick his weight in tiger. ,... never a harph word . . . always milling to lend a helping: hand . . . captain of Warsity' la1'ro.se . . . Budget Committee , . . Bo J. IN NIEDIUIIIADI 'fu ' 1x1 111 1 4 111 1 I1 rl 1111 1 ll 1 1 lllll ll llffl 1 ll ll Il 1111111 III PN 1 x 1sll111I1 I1 ll flllll I Il 1111 I1 Ilfl 1111 1 llll 1 I 111 Il 11 11 I 1s1 111 ll 1 fl 111 Il fl II f11I11r 111 11 11111 Dllll lx111ls ULQI lfl.lNl'1 Nl XYl':HIlUl'1I':H , fl 215. IUH - N1 ' lvl' 23. V733 lL11lilJ11N XY Xlrflf lJl1'l'lIlIH'l' 29, IJ-ll - Nh "ll 29. 1978 f.'11 11 I 11' Sl1'l'lI. 'l11'11f l'1' K 11111. ,-1111! N1'1'IIl'.i 111 f1fK.sl 1.s,s .x f1 If f 'f' ,l'lI1'II'llIlSl-1'I1l Ill4'llSIll'l'Y 115 I1 l,iYi1l,l S1'1'III. .-111 1,-111 11'1' llll-Ill. ll11' u1'1'111' 1 ' N 11 1111. 111149 ' ,:1'1l1.v l1I 11111 111 1lxl1 ll .-1111 111 l '1' ll", ll' 111'. 11111 II 1 11 1'1l.'1' 1111 ' ,uA:1'1l ll Il J lI1l I '1' I111 111' ' I 111' lliw 'A 1' 111111 . Il'lI11'll 1xf111I 1 'll1'4'. ff V' I Class Poll MOST POPULAR I. M. Wille, C. Clerk: 2. M. Booih, J. Sclimauss: 3. C. lnce, J. Bailey: 4. D. McKeon, P. Hemenway. MOST INTELLIGENT I. J. Afkins, D. Bogeri: 2. P. Smi+I1, D. Henderson: 3. J. Duelrer, P. Hemenway: 4. R. Levy, W. Focl'1+. BEST ALL-AROUND I. M.WiIIe, C. Clarlc: 2. R. Healy, J. Schmauss: 3. E. McGroarIy, J. Bailey: 4. M. Booflr, P. Hemenway. DONE MOST FOR THE SCHOOL I. M. Wille, C. Cro'F'I'on: 2. J. Dueker, P Hemenway: 3. E. Hinsclw, J. ScI1mauss:4. L. Herman, D. Bogerl. BEST LOOKING I. J. Harimann, C. Clarlr: 2. J.CuIver, K. Dunne: 3. A. McLean, P. Lalonde: 4. P.GranclI, R. Radcliffe. BEST DRESSER I. L. Cardon, J.ScI1mauss: 2. K. Croffon, P. Lalonde: 3. M.GoI'1IIre, P.Hall: 4. A. Maglialo, B. Masel. MOST ATHLETIC I I. S. Mofz, J. Bailey: 2. E. McGroar'Iy, C. Clark: 3. B. Schwab, K. Gillies: 4. V. Manuel, J. Prusmaclr. BEST FIGURE I. J. Har+mann, C. Clark: 2. A. McLean, E. Mazurq 3. C. Ince, J. Bailey: 4. M. Gohllre, J. Prusmaclr. MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED I. M. Wille, C. Croflon: 2. P. Smifh, P. Hemenway: 3. J. Duelrer, D. Bogerl: 4. L. Herman, J. Schmauss. CUTEST I. C. Cram, K. Dunne: 2. D. DeMarco, M. Schirmecher: 3. D. McKeon, R. Dey: 4. A. McLean, S. Bull. MOST HUMOROUS ' I. G. Cooper, R. Drew: 2. M. Gohllre, G. ScoH: 3. C. Moller, O. Clemenf: 4, C. McOuade, T. Fabisln. MOST AMBITIOUS I. M. Wille, C. Cro'F+on: 2. J. Duelrer, P. Hemenway: 3. S. Balling, J. Schmauss: 4. P. Smilh, D. Bogerl. MOST THEATRICAL I. F. Finegan, T. Fabish: 2. L. Herman, P. Lalondeg 3. S. Belling, R. Coulson: 4. N. McCagney, BEST MS. 2. K. Croffon, P. Lalonde: 3. A. Magliaio, C. Croffon: 4. L. Herman, R. Alvino. O I. R. 2. J. A+Irins, G. Moiz: 3. J. Peferson, J. Smifh: 4. D. Newell, K. Gillres. MOST I. J. 2. J. Aflwena, R. Drew: 3. G. Cooper, J. Clark: 4. S. Maior, D. McKane. MO 2 B. Hair, L. Dunlay: 3. R. Healy, T. Rizzi: 4. D. Vogel, R. Drew. 2. E. Hinsch, J. Prusmaclr: 3. A. McLean, S. Rasmussen: 4. N. Neal-ner, C. Cram, J. Roeder: 3. M. Wille, R. Day: 4. M. Boolh, J. Bailey. Carden, T. Fabish: 3. R. Healy, G. Irace: 4. G. Cooper, S. Bull. Finegan, R. Coulson: 3. R. Levy, D. Pabs+: 4. S. Smiih, J. Bailey. . 2. Mrs. Sclunaubeli, Mr. Silvesfri: 3. Mrs. Memoli, Mr. Bruni: 4. Miss James, 'Yi-TM. 4q-F57 MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED MOST GULLIBLE A 'V E RGBHV x -eff wwf' f5Ou1f2f Or MOST Aansrnc "mfs 16? .QWIUIM V , 1' f 1 ' MOST Mucwfve ' 1.3-4 I Q I x E 1 I W f sv4,,NQj54o ,f lf, , W' if 1 Wz'a,b"' 'K fy!! vt 5 if ,qu-ff' 1 . 5- , mp., , PJ -L f ' 'g-4: E - , -1 ,vw awp 5 , Q1,.,1,q4.. I , .,,. S .N ,Z ,L,.d,5.,., .4 QM 1 Sf,-Vg? Aqglgfsigifxxg, .y M , .P 12. ..-My, " 'x.',,.i fm-, V, A -.4 ,.-.4. A, ,MV k ix ' ' " " f',fwq':fi-wllfiq 1 'V x,. ,.1,, ivgff: J? 43325 L gf r.. fi.-fn, -m.fw,- , . . " Q ' 4 . . -1.--H, 4 fill . . 27 4 W i,Y,.-A,, ,, V ,A.R -, HL.- L-A " C'f,1 -, .A V is 1 f , X ,E 4 . I - ,. .1 vu, , H.,-'fa ,f. 'L 1 , vc 1 1 1 UI " 'W'ffl?iw': VJ I. VX. .... ' uuwxxl' , ' ww!! T At the eml of the llay, when the rhores were all :lone aml the wagons hall formed a eirrle, the pioneers gatherefl arounll a eampfire to relax. Musieal instruments appearefl, and roiees swellerl in a song. Later the women would get together aml knit and share bits of gossip. The men anrl ehilflren might compete in friendly games of skill anll strength. What- ever one lleeiflerl to flo, this was the time for relaxation aml goofl fellowship. il r r STI DFNT I 0l NFII "' 01' FICEIIS fx-1 PETER HENIILNW AX NIIL P MISQ SNIYDER IXATHLUQN ORBAN Spam, Lll ILNT VI ILLIL fl qgdr ng Vlcf Pr: Sldf nt JANIEb GLININI Secrctars Treasurer .1 - fi V K' Bottom row R Snedelter N Mcffagney D Bogert A Felton P Hemenway M Wzlle I Glzmm, J Edwards K Dunne Second row C' Egeler B Stone L Dzefenbach S Emerson P Schenck I Athana F Fame L lllearns Thlrd row B Tobias D Srluznzarher D Drewes B Conklin I Durand H Ryan D Mannzng M Lrghtrap R flaysher S McAllzster Fourth row R Beck J FUFIZIU D freene R 'Nason M Barlzatsuly K llertell R Estes W Dueker W Noble I Waldron M Mcfonnell STL DENT COL NCII 'lhe Student Councxl at Carden Llty Hlnll School IS one of the mot lmportant, well orffamzed and elllcxent bodles Ill the school The Councll IS composed of one elected dclevate from each soclal studles class It meets hur day afternoons after school Thls vear the Coun c1l has accomplished manv thmffs For the first tlme 1n thc hlstorv of the school soclal studies classes have been allowed to attend a sessxon of the Councll Thts proved very successful, and lt IS hoped that l0UIlCllQ tn the future wtll follow thls precedent The student body upon the recommendatlon of the Councll voted to take the monev out of thc Reserve Fund to buy an A B Dlck dupllcatlne machme The Councll also secured bus transportatlon for us durmff the ba ketball tournament so we could attend the gamcs and support the team liecovmzxnfr a ertous problem thc Council declded to publlcxze the rule of our Student Court concernmff SCU tlckets and detentlon The Student Court IS headed by the chxef justxce ,lon Prusmack Our student body xs fortunate to have the prlvllege of dlsclpllnlng ltself through the Student Court This year our student Government was led by four very capable ollicers Presldent Peter Hem mes keeplnff order and l'CIDI'9S8Illll'l0' our school on varlous OCCZIQIOIIN Nltlllcent VI 1lle vlce presx dent planned our Student Councll clanccs and helped to make them a sucres She al o headed the Reserve l'und Committee wlth ffreat sklll Our secretary Boots Urban took vc ry clear and conclse mmute which enabltd the whole student bodv to be aware of thc f0LlIlCllb act1v1t1es Trea urer Jtm Cllmm kept our finances well ln order and Have excellent treasurer reports The se four people de trve our thank for run nmff our student Uovernment so eflictentlv 4 . 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Rneder R Drau B 'Norton D Burger S Bull R Jaeger P Hall K 'Vlaggurd J lwzgtr STI DENT FITIZENSIIIP STL DENT BOAIlD The SC lm, an orvanlzauon under the gmdance of 'Nlr Schauhelt and Captam John llalles help to ln ure that 011r Qchool 15 ru11 elhclentlx for tht Wood of the majorlty p21lI'OlllllQ the hall Cll6'Cklf1 the parkxnff lot and proctorln tudw hall durtn f lunch arm Nome of tht rr mam dut1eQ Une of the mot all fxlnff expenencee of the Sf I3 ugh to help out on Bark to School 'Nlvht llll wear C01 IIT The btudent foutt l'lll1l'llOI1Q mth the Sl I5 In r III o fue UT 1 c1t17c11K11m Nllhlll L ent hodx lxcrx rua a ernoon 1 dt nt who haxe recened tlvkets for offen es they hate COITlIT'lllllCl are c llltd lveform tht rourt The tlcu n c 1 1 1 e and then rem er 11011 'Nlr eno lu and Ill ustlce mn lru mack hate worked hard thu xear to make tlc Court an effeftlxe organ of our xtuunt ffoxernment 111 sunugzr j Ilurpqr e x 1 f llmw USU Nt 1m l ,.1' : '. fl., r. 1 t . . . Q A . 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Pruprnu lf. f, ' J R. .U I. frllllllll. fa ling 1. 0 Q Esingz- J. , I 1 ll r R rmsln N11 Ia! :mp I LBLII I IX CONINIYI 'IFE EN -XLL -XIION l0NINIITTEF mm mu L ' 'I ff' Iffmfl F If tom :mx L uzrns sm I ffrfzzmu Sunni 'lmlrfl' Q 'DWI Y ' 4 U71 xx 1 cr N lzumr J IJIIKIIIIS D Urzuu unmnn lx N 111 STLDENT C01 NCIL f0MMlTTFES Our tudent Coxernment ouei much of lt emclcmx to the Student Connell com mlttee The Student Qounul can refer 1temQ to lhege commntlem for Qludx and recommendatlone When the Commlttce hnde a olutlon or a u e tlon thex hrm lt back to the COUDCII meflm Each commlttee con 1 t of a fem me mhere from each rade HANDBOOK CONINIITTEE Bottom row 41 Luke A 'Helm I Webber L Neumann Sefond rows Mr Benosln S lrfzce R Day D Berger R Rczrherler J ' - rw r e w w 1 , , ,, , i 501 ' ' ' Nfl" - V- Bw K. I ' ' . . 0 . Bm A - . 11, le. em.-, . . , . L- 'W f" 'UN ' .HR Cfwlu'ir1. ff. If I-12 L. rn '-C. Egfll . ll. fr llfvr. , '1' ' . ' ,X C ' . '. . 'noni . T. uuuml. ' Y ' ' 1 A A A A S 0 Y Y K . S x. X I A . - - ' 4 ' . Q ' 4 off! Q ' '. ' 0' M- 'f ' ' rr- 'f v . C . x. I . or . SQ Q v x x C. ,, , ,, - fy C . ACTIVITY COMMITTEE Bottom row-J. Nugent, B. Musel. R. Beck, R. Polk. Second row-E. Messick. M. Allison, I. Bliren, K. Sulliian. D. Newull. P. Smith, I. Gwinn, E. Manfredonia. D. Bambace. K. Rennie, S. Pussurella. Third row-J. Gaflgu. C. Denton. R. Grcerer, J. Laufrenee. I. White. M. Polloesek, V. Roberts. I. Bluekniarz. M. Lamson. M, Clark, S. Allison. W". Wolff. C. Rapp. Fourth row- K. Byrne. B. Hayley. M. Byrne. ff. Coiuztrynzun, A. Rogan, M. Blake. I. Mf'Cullum, S. Donnelly, J. Atkins. Fifth row-M. Luke. D. Lafn. B. Hair. F. Calland, A. Roe, A. Weiss, M. Weber, D. Blume, S. Steinle. C. Melilduu. D. Weathers, S. Stafford, A. Melin. ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE Bottom row-M. Kuhn. R. MeClynn X. McCagney. C. lf'mlsu'urIh. M. Me Clellrn. Seeond rowAMr. .4na'ersm1. P. Slawter. L. Vamlenlrcrg. ,l. Fougner. D. Vogel. Mrs. Speirs. STUDENT ORIENTATION COMMITTEE Bottom row-V. Pm-ella. L. Fuller. .Y Bock S. Emerson. X. .'Ye41ln-r, ll. lluglics. L. Klayer Seeond rowfll. Miller. S. filiffurrl. S. lllasun L. Barry. S. 0'Dell. Miss lfulzlkin. .l. EIlSflllll'f1 I. Pagano. P. Crandt. C. Kallelis, D. DeMarco Third row-J. Prylzylski. ,l. Reilly. C. Foster L. Zimmer, K. Maggard. D. Rudflurk. ELECTION COMMITTEE Bottom rms---D. ficrisvl. H. Stone. S, .Uut:. 1. Eduvlrrls, Mr. Melton. D. Kulmrt. f. Luh. W, 'IM-li1't. 1. .Var1'h1md. Sf-vonfi rmxfll. Ryrm. L. leans. M. Cnlzllfc. f. I1'aflPy. J. Uzzfflfcr. L. Pryhyl- ski. H. Conklin. D. lfnnnynr. R. Ander- xon. I. Prybylslfi. R. Clayslicr. Third mw---If, Young, C. Willv. R. Brillvr. C. Ulf. K. Herlell. R. Exlvs, R. Norton, J. Fugcr. SOCIAL CUNINIITTEE Holtoni row- f. Trvlzy. E. ,Vr'ljmur!y. L l1I't'ft'Vl,IKlf'f1. .ilzks Twmplvtun. xi. Hartmann L. Kirk, A. .Uug1i11!u. Sw-ond ron!-L. ffurdun P. Prfwtun. 11, Hfmllz. ll. TWl,'ZllfIAS. If. Fiore, R. lfflllrn. X. Hvhri. Third rms--X. Fvltun f. Lunvse. S. Nlvwz. L, lfrziziw. II. llolfvlder lt HEALTH AND SAFETY - COMMITTEE Bottom row-B. Bardes. U. Hus- IFH. f. fgllfflill. J. Befinz, P. Bzzrlmnd. B. Baller. 501-01141 row -P. Srhvm-lf. D. Cappfflln. F. Almrffz. ,Wigs Smith. C. Rirfiard. N. Lfffluilli. Third row-M. Dil- lon. II. Lanibfrt. A. Rav. S. Finrkfx ll. Brznzhrlvf. E. Yrztvs, F. Cnulf. P. Haley. B. .1It'l',I!llI. X. Alfrurnx. Fourth row - L. Cajgu. il! JULIUSCAL AR ' STUDENT FACULTY RELATIONS BOARD Bottom row-J. Sf-hrnauss. S. Mull, P Preston. Mr. Df'Ru1'0. lWr. Bernd! Svrond row-VR. Mr'Clynn. P. Hall, C Miner, ll". Riley. Mr. lfurriner, Mr Perkins. Mr. Horton. JUDH IARY CONTNIITTEE Flrst row J fuller I' Mzner .S MzAIl1sl4r D Mzkum V Mzmufl H I'urrLll C Halstead P Burellz R Prusmafk Semond ross F Lggmgton Mrs Szrne R Jaegar NIACAZINE DRIYE CONINIITTFE Mffmartw f' fro lon L lurdun S flllvlfl ,I famse Serum! rom P Hall Lulu 4 Wflm N Mullfr B Ia ur Culzcr I lxlrlx I D111 111 I Fuzuh F Egelcr F Lurangfr J 5 I .If X 1 ' , . , . , . ' . ' L 1- 1 . , . . 1 7 - 1 A , First row-P. Preston. C. Cooper, E. K I . . 1 ,Q .. ., i' 4 . , M. '...:, I. zu. I-, N RFNI' RY I' FUND QOWINIITTEE o tom row I? Nor nn S Bu I Ville U Vflxunz J Stark 5eC0nd I' 5 llnflln IIVH lin Snuldmr Il Uannzng STEERINF Q ONINIITTEE Bottom rms R Ilznderson D Halt Hendcrwn W Blaflx I Turmr Third row T Morgan J Dexter I Pelcr D Mrlxzlnz D Bugcrt I Wuldran BUDFET COWINIITTEE Bottom row lx lunnmghum K Tsonga: J Hells L Ilurr Suomi row ,I Mumhf R fungus If Day lx' ac Shu!! I' L11 ard R Przrlh I ffm Bt 4 . .- I , .v. !, 0,-if. 'ff 'gift f .! .si5, R. -Y 1 I L . Second rowgifi Faba. AV. ,.Yojun. D: . I A A L Ffk. . . '. Q' ,Af Rf LIBRARY COMMITTEE C. Haynes. Miss Cvl'll1Ifff'0. 5. Sher ing. K. Kollclis. S LIBRARY STAFF Mrs. llarcial and Miss Crabtree Could never handle alone tht- work connected with our large library. However, they have the Library Staff whit-li is composed of 1-apable students who come in to help them. These students give up their study periods to work in the library, doing such things as shelving hooks and handling books at the desk. We have all heen helped by them at one time or another. Bottom row-L. Crzijhorst. S. Burns. D. Gregory. M. Uber. G. Latliri. JI, Pru,wlf. .Vixx lfrulflrce. D. Clancy. S. iU11c.'Ne1'l. J. Wilson. S. Clarl-:. Second rowflf. lfllorzricll. E. Elmlt. J. Oberridovfer, Georges. F. Nyland, R. James. J. Slvhle. J. llaarsgard. M. Slcunrt. M. Snzvzlze. A. Gnxrorz. Farr. .M. Trnjuno. Third row-E. Nessirz. K. Stubilc. JV. Hvslnr. A. Taylor. T. ffurtirz. ff. Rupp 5. Cohen. A. Costello. Fourth row-R, Ilazis. J. Post. J. Calunzaro. C. Rirlmrzl. A. Ilarinmrzi S. Dugan, A. Bretnall. SCHDDL DRIVES Bottom row--T. Falrislz. C. Miner, M. Luke. L. Kirk. J. Lanese. IJ. Rifliani. K. Curzrzirzglzarn. Second row-C. IJ'n1'lfl1'I. Il. Smy1hpA G. FiIlI1Hl'fj'. K. Kenney. I, .1Ir'f.'o1lulr1. 5. .4lafnr. lf. Ilreux X. Srhusarlen. ill, Calrll-ie. xl. fllvlin. L. Barry. J. Mauser. E. Clark. SERVICE URGANIZATIQINS School Drives. Lost and Found, and Ushers Club are three of the important service organizations in our school. The School Drives Committee is in charge of organizing drives such as the Save the Children Federation. They also decide which drives we should and shouldn't have. The Lost and Found is located in the activity omce. It is responsible for returning lost articles to the proper owner. The faculty sponsor of Lost and Found in Miss lVlcCarthv. The Ushers Clulm may he seen performing their duties faithfully at all assemblies and at other school events wherever they are needed. The sponsor is Mr. Richmond. One of the clulfs most important functions is to seat students at assemlmlies and to supervise the behavior of the audience. USHERS CLUB Bottom row-R. Cina. E. Nagel, C. Richard. Ser-ond rows F Rirhard B Ste hens L Wlrenshall Wr Rich X- - '-1. J ,..p .. - LOST AND FOUND mond, N. Dreher, D. Clancy. M. Artale. Third row- Bottom row-P. McCarthy, Miss McCarthy, B. Boss. L. Kalinowski. S. Muller. L. Kirk. L. Dalziel. C. Miner, Second row-M. Diko. L. Wilson. I. Kuala. A. Melin. P. McKenna. 2 -255 F Z' I ' . ,- D 106 C7 ill. Clark. Mrs. Arnold. 19. Knlmrl. H. Cordon. GFFICE WOIlKEIlS Operating the switchboard, run- ning errands for Mr. Anderson, and helping students who come to the olhee are some of the many jobs these students do. The service they render to the school should be greatly appreciated. Bottom row-N. Neaher, E. Hinsch, B. Lane. Second row-M. Grandi, A. Hartmann, V. Leonard, A. McLean. 'il STUDENT STOBE These three girls may be seen early every morning before school busily ringing up sales and distributing school supplies. The responsi- bility is gre-at because of the sums of money involved, and the service to the school is great because of thc time spent. Bottom row-K. Planson, J. Marchand, D. Miller, D. Hatch. Second row-F. Alvaraz, B. Weeks, B. Stephens, K. Kenney, G. Flannery, L. Kirk, M. Mastin, L. Norton. Third row-S. James, P. Carter, V. Manuel, B. Emslie, S. Major, L. Barry, J. Mauser. ART FOR PUBLICATIIIN This organization consists of the art staffs of INK SPOTS and MAST. The group works hard to make the art work of these publications both original and excellent. TECHNICAL DIBECTUBS An important service organization of our school is the Technical Directors. This group is responsible for tht- lighting and sound effects of our assemblies and for our daily bulletin. Under the capable direction of Mr. lliviano, they have done a fine job this year. Bottom row-R. Behm. J. Lanese. P. Mayer. Second row -C. Halstead, E. Yates. L. Gomez. S. Passarella, D. Newell. S. Lum, V. MacKay. D. Mafeslfi. Third row- E. Pederson, B. Larson. .l. Schwarlen, F. Calland, L. Watson. f. White. MOTION PICTURE 0PEIlA'l'0RS ltis a mass of moosesl lt's a herd of ele- phantsl No. it's one of our own Nl. P. 0. boys with his cart of audio-visual equipment rum- bling fl0NH thc hall. All through the day the members of Nlrs. Nlarcial's group answer the calls of frantic tcacbcrs with cnfllcss supplies of Elms. projectors. and record players. Bottom rowglf. Beattie, E. Palangc. Second row- W. Winrhell. S. Dugan. H. Robinson. C. llaenal. B. Quinn. t ' N X .f XX .N s mn' , M J' R Sl ch B l ffifcglf ff' I 'W' f K-fi .ielff , 9 My I yt Nkbmfz , Q-' Bgttom row-R. Daris. J. Erdman. R. Luongo. J. Sackett 1. Behm. R. Dalziel. Second row-P. .liar-aluso, R. MC Caskie. G. Bennett, S. Dugan. B. Budke. f. Larsen L. Anziana. A. Taylor. Bottom row-K. Gillies, J. Koliart, Mr. Bruni, J, Bailey, M. Monticello, H. Farrell. Second row-L. Dunlay, J. Swanson, I. Addington, D. Whalen. S. Melish, R. Luongo, C. Mulligan, J. Collins. Third row-D. Patterson, S. LeBlanc, B, Buteau, S. Mason, FIRE PATRIIL The Fire Patrol is in charge of keeping our school safe and aiding the fire-hghters of our community. Mr. Bruni and John McBride pro- vide the leadership for this group. We owe a debt of thanks to the members of the Fire Patrol, who not only check our fire-fighting equipment, but also direct all fire drills. CIIEFS' CLUB Spaghetti, anyone? The tantalizing aroma of delicious food has not been the only thing draw- ing many girls to the Home Economics room after school on Tuesday afternoons. It is the presence of their heroes learning the age old art of cooking under the inspiring guidance of Mrs. Niedbalski. D- Duggan. D. Lambert. Mrs. rY1'edl2alsk1', C. Boeklet, C. Rapp. T. Ward. 'ir-'S Bottom row-G. Fitzpatrick. W. Henkel, M. Alessi, P. Bachand. Second row-K. Dunne, J. Reeder, Mr. DeRu1'o, D. Berger, f. Bailey, 0. Clement, Mrs. Niedbalslfi. IIIDME ECGNUMICS CLUB Some afternoon if you smell the tantalizing aroma of cooking, it might well be coming from a meeting of the Home Economics Club in room 150. These girls, under the direction of Mrs. Niedbalski, not only have a lot of fun in cooking and eating the food, but they also develop their culinary skill. Bottom row-A. Kopley, J. White. J. Laurence, D. West. Second row-R. James. R. Pomada, M. Prosek. J. Loh. K. Cunningham. M. Clark. L. Darr. L. Fuller. H. Stauber. K. Tsongas. Third row-C. Mehldau. J. Grav, C. Kollelis. C. Warren, 11. Hughes. J. Atkins. J. Wool. M, Huth J. Moore. E. Nielson. Fourth rowsi Seifert, V. Mellarizl. I. Henry, B. Hair, F. Calland, B. Cordon, J. Breroort. J. Claysher, L. Barry. J. Mauser, D. Lambert. Fifth row-D. Mr'Kane, P. Naylor,-J. Drufklieb, L. Krauss. W. McCollum. I. Stehle. D. Pabst. J. Melis. I. Linflner, M. Ilolfelzlcr. B. Barmore. M. Webber. P. Hemenway. I. Addington. E. Castan, P. Camarda. H. Byron. Mr. Myslireeek. D. 0'Donnell, C. List. R. McCaskie. 1 BRIDGE CLUB Under the sponsorship of Miss Griswold and the leadership of President Mary Clark, Bridge Club meets on Thursday afternoons. A member may join to learn how to play bridge or to improve his game. METAL SIIOP After school thc metal shop is open under thc supervision of Mr. Nlyslivecek for those students who wish to work on projects. The members make all kinds of items from earrings to trays. KNITTING CLUB "Knit one, purl two"+and so it goes. The Knitting Club. headed by Janet Uberndorfer and sponsored by Miss Hagedorn, knit socks, sweat- ers, and blankets for needy organizations. Each member must turn in at least one project. Bottom row-A. Campo, M. Phillips, I. Oberndorfer, Miss Ilagedorn. B. Leuis. L. Klayer, D. Gensel. Second row-N. Bohn. R. Neaher, K. Denton, I. Durand, H. Ryan. B. LaBorne. B. Stakes, S. Mat'.Ycil, L. Simmons, S. Clijurd, .l. Carpenter, M. McLean. 'si T' Bottom row-R. Neaher, M. Hath, V. MacKay, E. Ailfenhead, M. Ober. Mrs. Spiers. E. Burke, M. Luke, B. Nelson, C. Halstead. Second row-f. Behm. R. Stone, R. Cisternino. R. Kennedy, P. Garrett. I. Pagano, S. Whitehouse, L. Theofel, M. Eschmann, J. Pimrelli, E. Palange, J. Erdman, W. Winehell. Third row-J. Varela. S. Ceisen. S. James, A. Sulliran. J. Turner, J. Blackman, B. Muhlstefi, D. Weinzierl, S. Odell, V. Nolan. Fourth row-R. Ponzada. M. Pnllocsek, K. Kerr, M. Mastin, I. Wilson, J. Berndt, W. Day. R. Sixsmith, K. Cronin, R. Ford, A. Malin r L. Denigris. MASQUEBS One of the largest and most active groups in our school is the Masquers. Masquers gives many talented students the chance to display their dramatic abilities. lnspired by our own red-headed Mrs. Spiers and President Pam Finc- gan, the lllasquers have provided the student body with most enjoyable hours of entertain- ment. Most of us will never forget their fall Une, two, threeg one. two, threeg one . . . play, 4'The Happiest Millionairen and its famous cast headed by Miss Crabtree, Mr. Bergen, Bonnie Reninger, and Pierre Lalonde. The act- ing was excellent, but that's not all that goes into making a play. Much credit is due to the props committee, the house committee, the make- up committee and the stage crew and the cos- tume committee. Without them the show wouldn't A senior always gets his girl! Bottom row-S. Smith. C. Hind. J. Bliren. P. Finegan. Mrs. Spiers, B. Farquharson. M. Prosek, S. Sawdon, K. Sullirrm. Second row-L. Kalinowski. B. Reininger. J. Martin. f. Breroorz, I. McCollum, M. Kuhlmun. T. Fubish. Third row-D. Larrnusse. S. Seifert, I. Weber. N. Heinsohn, M. Hale. V. Leonard. Fourth row-B. Bankes, D. Newall, L. Fuller. have been possible. Between their own shows the Masquers work on the PTA show. They head the committees that work backstage and even supply student directors. As the MAST goes to press the Masquers are busily deciding on a play for their spring performance. We know it will be another excellent production. The group known as Stage-craft functions jointly with Masquers. They work diligently on the sets and designs which are used in the plays of the thespian group. Under the direction of Mr. White. the members of Stagecraft are given the opportunity to develop their artistic talents. STAGECRAFT Bottom rov.-H. Tsagaris, S. Burns. L. Denigris. M. Prnsek. K. Sulliran. L. Kalinnwski. Ser-ond rowslf Raymond, M. llarnnzel. C. Cnldner. S. Cohan. R. Creerer. I. Berndl. 1 1. --. -. J- - i ,P Bottom row-J. Blackman. K. Denton. E. Dickinson. BOUOTU f0W'C- CVUWIFY- R' Eflfllly- .l- Ml1Slf1Vllffl- D. Hgggh, S94-ond 1-ow-E, 0'D0ymg1l. P. jerggyy, L, Second rowfE. Egginglrm. R. PflI.?H1llI'k. C. Wuldsan, Steffes. S. Lum. Mr. Turkvll, S. lmce. C. Mirlzlleton. B. Bucllfe. Mr. Waller. J. Reilly. BIOLOGY CLUBS The Biology Clubs. under the supervision of Mr. Turkell and Mr. Walter, are designed to allow the students who are interested in this held to pursue their interest further than class time would permit. At the meetings new Holds of biology are discussed and projects are encouraged. One of their activities was thc dissection of crayfish and pigs, adventures usually reserved for the advanced Bio ll students. CHEMISTRY CLUB The Chemistry Club meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays under the direction of Mr. Corbridge. Each member has an interesting project he is working on. Once a month there is a formal meeting where a discussion is held concerning some phase of chemistry. Bottom row-D. Shaw. H. llcclzl. fl. Hrclnull. C. Hart man. S. Wiigler. lf. l'ullr. Second row-S. Ll'S!lIl1'llgl' L. Kulinuwslif. Y. Tizlcrnzun. F. Roller. E. Messick. I Hoyle. S. Slcinle. ll, llurzlmzm. Third rowfllflr. Cor- lfriflgc. R. Clupp. K. Konrlrurl. R. Huherkern. J. Fagcr, F. Ccmmill. R. Fnrzl. C. lfounlrcc. G. Moore. Fourth row-C. Utl. J. Lindnvr. C. Seifert. W". Badger. Lelimrln. r:nnn.mr,.-ia --,.,.....1.. . t . .. , WH Y, W. Johnson. A. Gartner, D. Steinman. Mr. Decker, P. Macaluso, R. Rasor, R. Polk. BADIO CLUB This year the Radio Club under the sponsorship of Mr. Decker has brought much enjoyment to its members. With the purchase of many pieces of new equipment, the Radio Club was able to complete a ham radio station in our school. President Art Gartner feels that the establishment of station KZVST in Carden City High School was a great achievement. The Radio Club provides a chance for learning and de- veloping skills in this area for all students who are interested. HUNTING AND FISHING The Hunting and Fishing Club is an organiza- tion under the leadership of Mr. Cunningham and President Dan Greene which gives the mem- bers the opportunity to pursue their interests in outdoor sports. The boys practice skeet shooting so that they will be able to be better hunters and have gone on many expeditions by them- selves. Fishing expeditions are being planned. Bottom row-Il. Hint-en. R. Day, D, Greene, M. Ross, E. Nagel. Sei-ond rom-W. Funrd. T. .'lIuu'hinnery, Mr. Clllfifliflghlllll. L. xlnziurm, M. Whalen. IPX un YUIICI Bottom row I Drucklzeb R Wool I Belzm Second row C qparacmo M Taggart L Cordon Bock f Brevoort Mlss Dunlop P Raymond H Hughes F lnce F Lezy Third row Hezneman M McLean M Corrzero D Newall L farofalo .I Wool 4 Arnaud F Toronto Post M McCreary M Rex D Weathers F HCHITTIKRYIJH Fourth row F Nevszn A Weiss Costello B Conklin S Donnelly L Kirk B La ar I lulrcr l fray L Ste es Fifth rovs Baylev M Weber 9 SIPIHIQ L Dzefenbarh L Dalia! f l'IIlf17IffY P Burke F 'Hland H Tsagarzs M 'Noonan D Blume C Kollelm CUZAQAIZ 5 Fr' ,H O:- Om 3-: 5 E'-2 me .IJ wi o 39. o '11-9 ,:' jyfb S-1 73 '75 0 gr 1-2 gr: :- -3- 3-11 fb ,327 CE cf.-. FIIENFII SERVICE FIIENFII FLI B f' 0UNlf' IL french berwice Council meets once a month The membership is compo ed of one elected rep holds a Christmas pany and meets re Iularly resentatne from mach I rench class. Sue Emerson throughout the year. As the MAST oes to press the French Club is planninff a talent show. is president and coordinates the committees. The Pen Pal Committee finds pen pal., for the French students. The Iackin Committee wraps books and rccordinrs and sends them to France. Bottom row-L. Darr. I. Bliren. M. Allison. Miss Dunlop. Dr. Coyne. S. Emerson. Miss Eaton C. Miner T. Ahrens. qecond row+P. Raymond. L. Dia tnbuch. B, Stephens, S. Mason N. Behn S. West S. Odell. M. Rex. S. lfhiteliouse. J. Sherrih. E. Ross. L, Conlon. N. Bock. L. Caro alo. Third row-E. Clark. A. Breuz J. Peterson. F. Maus. P. Funptrsen. M. Svhulik P. Blake L. Kirk. Fourth row-L. An'iano, M. Heyes. R. Dalull. F. Millctt. B. Musil. Bottom row-J. Melz. E. Fiore, J. Lawrenee. D. DelCiorno. Miss Templeton. S. Seifert. C. Santos, S. Burns, C. Schuh. Ser-ond row-J. Patience, B. Olson, R. Tennis. C. Slolz, E. Nielson, M. Pollacself. C. Mehldau. D. Meyer, S. Steinle, K. Kirby, E. Pederson, C. Rountree. Third row- R. Pomada, M. Trayano, M. McGuire, I. Fager, D. Dineen, B. Stokes, B. Cadwell, M. McLean, B. Lane. SPANISH CLUB The Spanish Club is opened to-both elemen- tary and advanced students. The purpose of the organization is to further interest in Spanish culture. At Christmas time. the club sponsors a Pinata Party. At other meetings guests are in- vited to speak. Nliss Templeton deserves eredit for her excellent leadership. GERMAN CLUB The German Club, under the supervision of Mr. Perkins, is headed by Dave Pabst. lts pur- pose is to help students better understand the customs of Germany. Their meetings are usually addressed by guest speakersg for example, at this years most interesting meeting. Mr. Ward- ner showed slides of Germany taken on his re- cent tour of Europe. Bottom row-D. Henderson. D. Bogert. f. Dexter, D. Pabst. Mr. Perkins. W. Naef, A. Warner. R. Pirnen. F. Roller. Seeond row-I. Fougner, J. Lathrop. I. Slehle, D. Weinzierl, B. Muhlslej, D, Wipper, K. Fabish. S. Fineke, L. Mohlenhoff, F. Cill, R. Terry, W. Foord. Third row- B. Hartmann, J. Lindner, S. Rasmussen, B. Hasenyager. Tn D LATIN CLl,'B This year the l.atin Cluh did many interesting things. The mernhers had a Roman Banquet at ifiat-Qs Restaurant. They also had a "t0ga dayii when eyeryone in the eluh dressed in the cos- tume of ancient Rome. These new ideas and at-tiyities can he Credited to the ingenuity of the trilmune, Pat Lister. and the sponsor. Mr. Rruni. FIIANTEFLEII CHAYTPICLFR is published twice annually lwy the French stud:-nts. All the lfreneh Classes eontrilwute stories. articles. poems. and features. Sunny Ur-l.ean is the editor-in-ehief. CHAN- Thtlllflt is urittvn in lfrench and has articles for lmtli lieginning and advanced students. Hruni, P. Lysler. M. Booth. R. f.'ix1c'rr11'r1n. Seeond rms llf'l'uirn'. P. Dalzlv. lf. Vuhel. B, I.uHu '. K. .Ui hc'1.s' f. Turuntn. Third rms-S, I,r.Nu111'r1gc'. J. Pnsl, Il U'.Yvl'll. U. ffnrrfmrz. .JT'-"MA yu, . x Q YT, ff . 5 NVAQ : fy l lx Rnttmn row-C. Tlzurnpxnn. ,llisx .lIf'f.'urtl1y. 44. .1lfI,e1m. Dr. f.'m'11z'. L. Crtrnfuln, Sr-voncl ron'--P, Preston. N, .'ffIll.Yfl'Ul1tL7. C. .Vu1'um1re'u', D, Jltlllllftlg, S. lfext. E. Srhrujf, D. Wealhers. W t Buttmn row-E. .'llr'fIm11r1y. P, Iflwrlex W, Wolff, .1113 P. ffrillv. K. .YIIHIIIIIL M. fnrzm. .'ll. E.9f'hII1tll1ll, ll. Bottom row Sf'l'0t1li row---Il. llf-mlerxnn. B. .-llilrnliilxx. Miss .W ffurlhy. B, Hu.w'r1w1g1'r. DER SFIIULSPIEGEI. Drill SCHUl.Sl'lHil'il, is published twice a year. Contributions are made by all the Cerman classes. Frau Nlemoli, advisor. and Dixon llo- gerl. editor. along with their staff, rhoose tht- most suitable articles written for each issue. DER SCHlfl.Sl'lfflilfl, won a second place award for foreign language publications in the Columbia Scholastic Press competition. Bottom row-V. Manuel. .Wixs ,1I1'!.'lll'1hj'. .Mn Cerina. ff. Caine. SP1'0I'l1i row-I. Silru. ll. MrKeun. L. Langley. D. Uelfiiorno. P. Murphy. 1. Trukas. X. Dunlop. II. Hugerr. L, Mnhlenlmff FIESTA FIESTA is the Spanish newspaper-magazine which is published, four or Hve times yearly. Contributions to the paper are made by all classes and written on a level which beginning Spanish students can understand. The paper contains short stories and artivles. Mr. fienna sponsors the publication and Connie Caine is the editor. 117 ins Bottom row-K. Planson, N. Heinsohn. K. Byrne. Mr. Bergen, B. Hair. D. Newall. S. Sleinle. Second row-B. Cadwell. A. Rogan. H. Tsagaris. S. Kip. A. Weiss. II. Blume. D. Wieulhers. N. Shue. P. Dailev. J. Porianda. M. Schuh. Third row-V. Herrey. f. fohnsori. S. lmce. R. Ford. H. U'.Ye1'l. B. Knipfing. 11. Carman. vl0l'll.NAI.ISM fI.l7B Journalism Club is open to those students who want to develop their writing ability. The club writes articles for FI.-XSCO and other school publications. Mr. Bergen. the sponsor. teaches the new members the skills and techniques of journalistic writing. Journalism Club has made many worthwhile contributions to our school publications. EFIIO Every two weeks you can see members of homerooms scrabbling and babbling over copies of our school newspaper. the ECHO. Fditor-iw chief Denny Brew and her fine staff. advised by Mr. Bergen. deserve credit for the excellent or- ganization and news coverage displayed in the paper. The work involxcd is well appreciated by the school. linttmn row N. f.'nr'k.sl:u!t. U, ffur- mun. R. ,'ll11.si1. Second row l'. 1.s'.sIcr. lf. f'ilIHIII!'I'Y. .WL Nnlli. gl. Hfezc. .llfp lf:-rgen. I". Korn. l'. Efferle. 'liliird row'--YL. 1fflI'lY. lf. N'hu'11lf. f. Lffurerice l"UllI'Ill row- L. ZlIIllHl'l'. U. Iflllllllllflf. H. Hair. ll. jones. lf ,llfljllll-11, ll. Reagan 118 Bottom ron-U. Pubxf. f. Clark. M1-fironrly. f. lll1l'kt'f. L. l'rvln'lxki. S. Ifnierson. f. PfIl.SUl!l1'k. ff. Crofton. Set-ond row--R. Ilrf-up T, Morgan. ll. Kolmrl. ff. lll'II.V',1. Mr. Wrrrrilwr. M. ljolill-ce. xl. Ilurun. T. I"llllIiX,I. INK Sl'0'l'S IXK SPOTS is fl. Cfs highly sur-r-essful liter ary magazine puhlished annually. Fiditor Linda Herman and her stall have lreen lrusy all year getting the hest writing from our student au thors. The art stall. in turn. has het-n husils preparing illustrations and dt-signs. Nlr. Ward ner is the sponsor. MAST At any time during the day you 1-an pop into tht- MAST ollice and see someone husily work- ing: on our sc-hool yearhook published hy the Senior Class. Often you uill find one of the eo- editors. Jane Dueker and Skip Prylmylski. isith Nlr. Vlvarriner supervising their work. The whole staff has worked long and hard to make this issue of Nl.-NST the host ever. Bottom ron-.-1. Ueliri. .'ll. Luke. H. Korn. lf. Crevii-r. f, Gwinn. Sevond ron nl. .'llrI.e1u1. P. Ilmmll. J. Ilurlrnrmn. j. fflorlf. L, llwrnun. Y. .Ne'uh1'r. H. Lune. M, Kuhn. H. Lozfir. 'lihird rom--S. ,1'Iu11r'1'llr'. K. Stuart. K. lfrnriirz. U, .1Iflx'una. I. Dexter. H. llllV'lIfy'1lgI'f, U. .-Hlwi. .Y uexl. liottoln row-I. ,IUl'l.fHllI!l. P. Crumll. ll. llnarrerz. B. SIUIIP, P. fiarrvy. .MI..N.Y Cahill. H. Luna. H. lluglzcs. R. I.ii.Ylf'l'HiHll. L. Praia. L. l1lf'ff'lllI1lI'h. Sr-4-mul rms--ff. IclllllIlfl'f'. ll. Lafhn. N. lleinxalvrz. L. flarnfaln. F. .4lrarc:. M. lxhlvlmarz. L. Fuller. U. Tnranlu. M. Hulh. ll. ui'c11tl1c'rs. M. Avlillllllll. I. S4-hurff. Third ron- P. ffarzmy. .4. lfcixs. P. Uaycr. ll. lfappclln. lf. Bchm. l"r1nrtl1 row J. fllartin. I.. Kirk, S. llahl. I.. Mnlllefrzlmfl. I". Callaml. l'. Blaise. H. Conlon. Il, Blume. FUTURE TEACHERS 0F AMERICA The Future Teachers of America has many members who have had the oppor- tunity to student-teach at one of the local elementary schools. Some meetings are devoted to discussing the experiences that the members have had in their teaching. The club took a trip to an elementary school. It has seen movies about the teaching profession. The sponsor, Miss Cahill, and president, Beth Lane, have worked hard to inspire the members to be teachers and to show them what teaching is like. Bottom row-Mr. Weiler. C. Flannery. L. Armani. A. McLean. P. Preston. Second row-I. Miller, J. Peter- son. N. Heinsohn. B. Lazio. , ART PURLI FITY The Art-Publicity Committee is re- sponsible for the decorations around the school during the holiday seasons. They also publicize the coming attractions and school events. Their work can be seen around the school at all times. Bottom row-L. Kulinowski, S. Pullman. J. McCollum, E. Yates, Mrs. Bernstein. M. Byrne, C. Cilblfllfylllllll. V. lllanltel. K. Noonan. Second row-S. Lum. E. .'Vel5orz. V. Schwanter. F. Noland. M. Stewart, D. Smyth, A. Johnson, R. Friezlman, S. Seifert. G. Ladin. I. Pagano. S. lfliitelzoztse, K. Plansun, C. Puclwlelf. Third row-lf. Messick, f. Meyer. A. Kurzenhrtltxer. U. .'Uanning, I. While. H. Weeks. M. Lighfrnp. K. Ruehl. Ii. Pedersen, E. Burke. I, Nlcfles. f. McHugh. Fourth row--nl. Nullirztn. L. Tlieofel. lf. .'WcHri1le. S. Myers. H. Ilerlell. A. Rogan. S. llorzrzclly. I. Baker. K. lfolerrzrtn. ll. Dillon. C. Ilnlxzeutl. H. Larson. J. Forsr1'iclr.- Fl'Tl'llE NYIISES 0F AMERICA These girls are C. this future women in white. Their president. Marcia Byrne. and advisor. Mrs. llernstein. have helped to give them an idea of what they will faee as nurses. The members have made Held trips to various hospital schools of nursing and have heen ahle to learn much hy asking the nursing students questions. At Christmas and lfaster they arranged gift projects for the patients in our county hospital. At some meetings movies concerning nursing and medicine were shown. .-Nt other meetings guests who are connected with some field of nursing were invited to speak. Within a few years these girls will he doing a great service for their communities. Bottom row-P. .lI!'lK't'f1l1!l. f. Fnlzisli. 5. .Wr'.Yerl. 5. :lllixnn Sw-ond row-lf. ffgcler. Il. Snlytlz. H. Weelfs. M. llillinrzt .Wrs Bernstein. E. Yates. M. Byrne. K. Plztnmn, Third row-P. Curry B. McBride. P. Crillv. S. Donnelly. K. Ruehl. IJ. lfeirrzierl IIEALTII AIDS AV- L'gh""'f" Any period of the day you can walk into the medical room and hnd at least one of these girls husily helping Nlrs. liernslein. They are trained to care temporarily for any minor injury that may happen to a pupil in the school. Li? XJ t NF' llottom ron-D. Mz'Kane. U. l'ul1.wt. B. Ilusenyager. K. Cunningham. P. Hf'n1er1u'ay. J. Uariziu, U. .YorIon. R. Shaw. B. Denhuni. Qevond row-J. Prllsnzzlrlf. L. Mohlenhojf. Mr. WVIIHYUV. U. Hugerl. S. ffrrzcrsort. P. Smith. C. Caine. Miss Eulun, Mr. Miner. P. lflaerle. Third row-U. Kolmrl. f. Lolr. L. Curofulo. D. Xewall. J. Atkins. ff. Cvllllfllfyftlfltl. M. Allison. A. Mr'Le1m. E. M!'fif1l!lffj'. S. 511213. S. Armslmrzg. F. Korn. B. Hair. V. Manuel. f. Duelrer. Fourth ron-M. Willa. I. Brerunrt. D. lielfliurrm. R. James. J. Arnold. X. .Yeulier. S. Steen. C. lnre. L. Ilermurz. X. Dunlop. R. Stuart. P. Conroy. .-1. Breux Fifth row-ff. fflarl-r. WV. Riffle. D. Hemlf-r.wr1. lf. Foclit. W. Badger. lf. Xolile. R. Snedelier. W. Leffelte. A. Malrmm. R. .Uusil. R. Jeanne. Bo m row R Wool Mr Melton ,l Derfer F Pm! no --. ... .. . .. R. Polk. Fe:-ond ron-K. Ihfrv. P. Bonnu. C. Hartman, D. Steinman. P. Wvrrzer. S. Wigler. 122 ll0N0ll SIICIETY The members of the National Honor Society are selected on the basis of character. leader- ship. se-holarship. and st-rviee. They are inducted at the annual Honor Soi-it-ty assembly. This year the president. Pamela Smith. and the sponsors. Nliss Faton. Nlr. Nliner. and Nlr. Walker. did a hne job in planning the induf-tion Ceremony. at which Mr. Roy Haberlcern. president of the Board of Fducation, gave the address. FUIIEIGN POLICY ASSOCIA'l'ION The Foreign Policy Association meets on alternate Fridays under the direction of Presi- dent Jim Dexter to discuss the foreign policy of our nation. It made a field trip to the HERALD TRIIEUYF Youth Forum where tht- members heard foreign students. brought to this Country for three months. speak about the-ir native coun- tries. The memhers found this trip very inter- esting. Bottom row-P. Carry, S, Mac'.Yeil. R. Ponzada, B. Lazar. Mrs. McNally. L. Langley. M. Proxek, H. Lane. D. Censvl. Seeond rowWK. Cashman. A. Warner. M. Luke. D. Srnylhe. L. Steffes, P. Crilly. J. Bolz. L. Simnmns. A. Lalonde. M. Pratt, C. Warren, A. Meynen. L. Norton. Third row-K. Cunningharn. A. Melin. C. Miner, C. Richard. A. Hartmann. j. Melis, P. Raynzond, M. Clark. E. Clark. A. Arnaud. R. Haberkern. REID ITIIUSS The members of this committee sponsor the annual lied Cross drive for money and articles for underprivileged people in other parts of the world. After they receive these articles, they package them and send them to people in the foreign lands. Betty Lazar is the president and Mrs. Nlexallv is the facultv advisor. DEBATING fI.l 'B Hr. Miller and l're-sident Dave l'ahst have condurted the newly formed Dehating Cluh through many hot and interesting dehates this year. Some of the more fiery of these debates concerned the admittance of Red China to the United Yations and the strength of lahor unions. D. Pabxt, I. Dexter. fllr. Hiller. L. 519985. K. Mirhelsun. X. Bork. M, Faamte. L. lf'ren.st'hr1ll. "2 ff WW 472, ,W f Bottom row I McPhee f' Van Szclzn P Hamilton F Calland R Coulson R Budke Second row R Henderson 'Y Purner R Polke Mr Walters R Maztln R Terrv I Addington FIIESS FI I B PlIOTOInIlAl'IlY II I I B l'xerX Tuesdax afternoon member of Ur aters Chew llub dexelop thenr lull an , lholo raphx llub pon olerl bx r workable stratevv lI'l thelr choQen ame The 1 h fr I d 1 N1 ma C eg are O en time an excl ln am llOI'lUIllly to learn better method of takin and near profeqelonalq hate tome out of tlns roup dCYClOlJlIll. pnture lerhaps the realet Serv 1C6 lt bak prouclecl thne xear new takm many of tht actlxlty pltture forthe MAST Thelr work can be fouml throu hout the book lfffjflz I M l ,Af A IJ RHddUlh R Fgdorf B Blllmlf W Ruddozlt Mr lzmnmglmm If lfznrlzell L fllllllltf 4 , I 'j W r ' -- f Af, N L , V 5, 'IW' 5' ,V , X 2 , - ,L . 'rf T Z 1' .f'4.,, ,. f' 'dn fff 'I 15' -- - . ' , I. ' ' , . . , . , . , . . . . , , . , . . t . , . , ,I K ' 1 J , - , 1 f' ' ' s 4 . WI lj ., i ' ' S' d , X . I , lqhe fl ' , IS s S ' ' M . V 4 5 U' 1 1 Q , n I P' lf' Lunnlnghanl. The members are glven the op- ' tt L V I x .N 0' A I . " P ' ff - ,s, J 5 g ' ,s 3 '- . . W Y. . V V . U Y ' ' . A' Z' 1 ' 0 I. Y . ...- I , -.Q 1, . If ., x X y ' ' . if 4 ' w ff" " l , 1 l Fabzsh prepares become u Boy flllld 0 1" A 0 Tlgrr Iwrrquhursnn on the pruul PTA Sll0W The Bov l'r1end vvas one of the lv6llCNl and moat entertalnlnv Qhovs- ever to appear on our taffe The llvellneax can he attributed to Nlre Spners excellent dxrectlon of the actor Nlr Rehman s and Mr Chaclderdon s effectlve tram mg of the slnverw and orcheQtra and flnallv to the choreography of Nlrs Whntc ThankQ to 'vlr Whlte and hls art Qtudents the els vvere colorful and lent much to the enjovment of the performance What IS a play vuthout good ar tors? Thu productlon had ltx Share of them Who vvlll ever forffet our ovsn Allce W1HUll3l0 as the French mald Hortense or the gwgllnv Ulrle plaved bv Barbara 'Neleon Deanna Drevvea Carl Cray and Vlfqlnla 'VlacKav9 And vverent thelr beam plaved bv Tom Fablsh Joe W mkler, just ae ood? 'Vlnke VlcClellan and Damel Souls-zLar1v1ere fllled the lead parts vvnth QU perh HCIIIIU Rosemarv Healv made a hut as Madame Duhonnet and Bob Musll played well oppoalte her as Perclval Broun Nancv Dunlop and Bob Farquharson added a touch of humor to thrs spoof ln thelr roles ai Lady and Lord Brockhurst The aud1ences, vvhlch packed the audxtorlum both nwhts were very enthuslaatlc over the plav and the mualc Lzllle Alzze looks for Il Bovfrzend 44 . ' ' -1 . , I-, - , 1 , I M ., . P - 'S v s C. " ' .3 ' 1 ' A .. P- A - l , 'l r 7 ' H .V 1 e W - P gf . . , . v ' ' , C, S 5 ' V l c I ' 1- ' F5 P3 . ff, - " ef 'Q , .o I 5 A . . ' ,, 1 c A , ' Y I Bruce Barmore, Bill Day and Roy Haherkern. . V U . . . . , P . . A , F' A 4' -' 'Q o - V Y A l 4 ,lf gl 'L Q' L .l. 'p,Vv,,.i,V4, :wot 4 4' V, 7 ,jan ir . .U A 6. I, . .,, by X f .f oi' F GIRLS' CHORUS President-Rosemary Healy Bottom row-R. Neaher. C. Marandrew. N. Behn. L. Klayer. D. Clancy. L. Casey. J, Cunningham, If. Dickinson, V. Barry. K. Tsongas. B. Reninger. Y. Tiderman. V. Poulos. M. Dillion, D. Smythe, L. Fiore. E. Ross, D. Meyer. Second row-B. Lazio, I. Carpenter, L. Norton. M. Phillips, L. Shore. C. Toronto. R. Behm. D. Lawrie. J. Picarelli. N. Black. R. Healy. B. Conklin. J. Bliien. L. Kirk. K. lfuehl. B. Weeks. M. Byrne. B. Ernslie. Third rowYP. Carry. K. Noonan. D. Drewes, K. Fabish, M. l'fsr'hrnann. M. Healy. C. Ek. M. Nolan. E. Manfredonia, f. Hohlin. M. Smythe, A. Caslon. C. Lazlirz. S. Finrke. N. Heinsohn. A. Arnaud. L. Sleffes. M. Uher. L. Bisvhaff. C. lfitrivn. E. P4'rler.sen. Fourth row-N. Hester. K. Friedrnan. R. Borchers. U. Miller. R. Cislernino. D. Bivkforil, K. Denton. Il. Tsagaris. J. Slehle. B. Olsen, M. Metz. E. U'Donnell. J. Wilson. lil. Mrfiuire. L. Lajhn. A. Salliran. A. Rogan. J. Hake. B. Donahue. Fifth row-N, Chapman. R. Creeier. P. Mi-Kenna. J. Pazienre. M. Faurote. M. Silloway. M. Maslin. P. Cari-ey. J. Baker. K. Coleman. Y K, Mrlilaa. E. Yates. N. Ryrnvrx. M. Pollofsek. CELESTONES Presidcntvxancy Dunlop Bottom rom-S. Finrke. B. Stone. I. Maggard, J. Breroorl. N. Dunlop. N. Felton. P. Preston J. Wilson. Second row-C. Sparavino. D. Drewes. K. Noonan. C. Cray. C. Miner, N. Bork. M. Rex M. Healy, D. Walsh. C. Santos. Third row-R. Healy. N. Blark. S. Dahl. S. O'Dell. J. Culver L. Dalziel. D. Vogel. . . .hllII'.xf"ll. V. Nolan. P. Blake. ll. Ryan. J. Durand. K. Kenney. B. Merson. S. Clifford. C. Sfhuh. G. C. GENTS I'residentfVYilliam Lindenmuth Bottom row-B. Xorton. I. Fager. K. Kondrad. C. Clark. W. Lirzdenmuth. T. Rizzi. B. Barnzore f. Tingle. Sevond row-I. Kallzert. B. Denham. G. Ott. L. Gaflga. E. lrare. C. llletz. R. Musil iM. Carman. D. Bogerf. 1. Past. J. Lathrop, W. Tennis. Third row-C. Seiferl. J. Erdrnan. 1 Harper. R. Halzerlfern. R. Daris. R. Terry. R. Drew. R, Nason. iM. .Mnnlir'1'llo. T. Fuifish. D Mrlfane. J. Leonard. i10NiII'IR'l' CHOIR President-Robert Drew Bottom rms-B. Denham. f. Fager. C. lnfe. S. Finrlre. .l. Brernort. f. lfiilsnn. P. Preston. X. Blarlf L. Barry. .M. .Mr'Creary. S. Dahl. R. Halzerl-fern. R. Dreu'. SF'l'0Ild row-T. Fallish. R. Terry. L Caffga, D. Vogel. D. Newall. I. Maggarrl. E. Burke. J. llorslnzeyer. C. Cray. B. Stone. D. Walsh f. Culrer. If, Hendrz'r-hsun. M. Rex. C. Clark. T. Roberts. B. Denham. Third row-T. Ahrens J. Harper. f. Post. B. Barnzure. R. Creerer. B. Reninger. Y. Tiflerman. f. Atkins. B. Nelson B. Weelfs. C. Srhuh. I. Mrliugh. S. Emerson. N. Bork. J. Stafford. E. .Mr'Crnarty'. IV. Lindennzuth . .Musil. f. Erdman. Fourth row-I. Tingle. D. Bogert. E. lrafe. D. Mc'Kane. L. Wrenshall R X. Felton. C. Miner. I. Sallazlav. B. Cordon. S. O,Dell. C. Santos. D. Dreues. lil, Healy. R. Healy S. Stajorrl. D. Halt. F. Casa. M. Carman. Fifth row-J. Leonard. D. Kurth. R. Nason. D. .Mf'Kenn L. Hadley. K. Noonan. R. Stuart, L. Muhlenhoj. C. Elf. M. Silloway. D. Lawrie. .l. Bernd! I. Henry. L. Dalziel. M. Wiille. B. Lazar. N. Dunlop. R. Daiis. S, Rasmussen, T. Rizzi. 128 C. Cadufll. A. juhnsmz, J. Hasgurd. B. Hertell. IIBCIIESTRA G. lrarc. R. Stuart. X. Burk. I.. llulw. f. P1llic'nrc'. J. .411-fills. K. ,11f4'ht'l.YIllI. R. SIIIUNII-ffl. ' 'fgfh fl ' 3 , Bottom row g L. Ilulv. II. Rvllper. Sffrond ron--I". .Wil Ivtt. C. lrrfre. Hottulll rfm'-VS. lr'1u'1'. ff. Bottom rmw-f. Kalmrt. B. Urban. R. Alulvrxun. R. Marlin. R, Fvrzlirzrzrzcl. 5. IQUSIIIIISSUVI, Se-vuml rms'--.4. jlflllllllll. I.. Lurxwz. B. Muulrl. UH. LPCPIIU. 0 ' 1 L . , Boltonx row P. Elwrlv. IJ. lfvlzpvr. K. Karr. Z111-rum. F. .'llillvtl.5e-1-om! 13. Huff. P.11,lj1- 11. 1g,,Ut.,- L. UH,,1m.' Sr-voml mn -lf. Uufllis. I., llf1'fc'r1ln1f'f1. f". If 00415. rms-R. j!'IllIVIl', L. LU1l,'j.S, X. Ilvslvr. j. Ih'lu'lf11s. Bottom rou---C. Vogel, P. Naylor P. Garrett. L. Krauss. D. West I. Porianzlo. f, Webber, WI. Hul felder. Sevond row-D. Bickford E. Messick, f. Metz, J. Turner, R. Faba. V. Paeella. K. Byrne M. Kuhlman. Third row-W Clearer. B. Lazio, B. Carlson, B. Banks. B. McBride. M. Stewart. R. Greerer. K. Fabish, M. Cor riero. MAJDBETTES AND COLOB GUARD Lvery fall Saturday on the football Held you can see these lflq bravm the wmd and the cold to march wlth our band and help entertam Um at half txme They spend many hours work mv out routmes and practlcmfr marchmff The Majorettes and Color Guard deserve much cred1t M. Hale. J. White. M. Kuhn. F. Calland B. Cordon DANLI1 BAND Bottom row-P. Hall. R. Bennett. S. Mason. R. Stuart. I. Drucklieb. C. Bennett. Serond row- S. Rasmussen, D. Whalen. I. Larsen. W. LeGette. W. Mould. Third row-L. Dunlay, R. Anderson, S. Dugan, J. Kohart, D. Steinman, F. Lehman. Fourth row-F. Roller, W, McCollum, L. Owens, R. King. ENVI f' 'fi Q10 JP . . c- " I! 6 rx xii -fry!! ,s rw I" 1 I A xg 94 P fz A I W fin inllispvnsable nlanzber of lhe wagon lrain was thv sroul. ,IP hall to possess a ruggwl physique' and grval enlluranrv lo slanrl the hours of rirling. ln aflllilion hv hall to hare kvvn eyesight to spot dangers that the trail mighl bring. A vravk sho! and a tough fighter, the srout was a perferl physical sperinwn. ff -Q rg V i , ,fum --m,-fnggzff M R fa.,--lf uwi.z-pL.A,, 2 I L4 F - v' ' H W 35 4+ W if i 2 5 Q E Q if ff' W, X iv I 1 l ,, mg k 53 L L L C5 4 K 4 I Bottom rovs L Prybylskz F Rosato W Trehy I Clark I Prusrnack C Clark D Schumacker R Coulson W Henkel R Nason H Byron K Dunne I Barley I Roeder Second row C Lynch fAsst Coachl .S Hook D Ronayne F Rath C Sayer A Raymond I .Stark W Denham J Hezken I McCann R Carson W Riley I Floegal M Barbatsuly Third rovv W King ffuoachl J gzlzestrz fAsst foaehl I Lathrop 5 Gzll R Prusmack H Farrell .S Curran C Middleton K Maggard F Agauno B Cabrlal R Haberkern fManagerJ K Kondrad Hfanagerj FO0TBALL C C s grldders dld a fine job under Coach Warren KIHU and asslstants Julro Sllvestrl and Cy Lynch Althou h the squad was green hard work enabled Carden Cxty to wmd up wlth a 121 record Thx gave us second place ln our dnvlsxon The team vvas vsellcondltloned and for the first tlme everyone kept ln tramm least untll the football party after the 'Vlanhasset ame farden Clty sported a hne backfield and an adequate lf not spectacular lme John Ballev was the offenslve standout runnm over or around hrs would be tackler Jon Prusmack lme buck Brll Trehv s reverses and Captam Chrls Clarks excellent passm blockmg and slgnal callmfr contrlbuted to a vvell balanced outfit Jumors Sandv Clll Steve Caflatl and Aubrey Raymond alone wlth sophomore quar terback Bob Prusmack performed ablv when IYIJUTIE to the startxn quartet threatened the rum of f C s season On the llne Bob Coulson Captam Dlck Schumacher and Harry Byron stood out on both offense and defense Bill Henkel John Clark Sklp Prvbvlskl and John Hecken took up the slack on offense and lxevm Dunne John Roeder Frank A ovmo Frank Ro ato and Nlark Barbatsulv dld yeoman vvork on defen e "M . 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Garden City 19 Great Neck North 12 John Bailey scored G C s first T D of 1958 when he skirted right end for 12 yards Prus mack converted The Trojans scored again on a Chris Clark John Clark aerial The omnipresent Mr Bailey mound up the scorin with another one of his patented end runs Garden City 14-Hicksville 12 The Trojans kept rollin eking out a victory oxer a bi and tough H1CkSV1llC club on the strenrth of two conversions by Jon Prusmack Bailey and Prusmack scored the touchdowns mth Prusmack s coming on a beautiful cutback after he was seemincly trapped behind the line of scr1mma,.e Garden City 20-Glen Cove 6 Sandy Gill got the attack off to a good start with a 2-yard T. D. plunge. Prusmack and Bailey maintained their scoring pace, racking up a touchdown apiece. Prus booted 2 out of 3 extra points. F C s battling blockers Football Carden City style Bailey skirts end Warren s water lzlzes we ' ,' .. If a .,-2 W' 3 W 3 ml-UV'-Q 1, J an 41x Roeder moves m with Prusmack up the middle Barley 'l' football Touchdown Garden Cnty 21 'Vlmeola 0 A hl hly rated Mmeola team bowed to the h,ht1n Trojans on a muddy field Lme plun es by Clll and Prusmack and a Barley to Chrls Clark pas accounted for the scores But lt was the defen e whuh parked the ylctory Thts was Carden Cnty s h1 h water mark for the season Garden Clty 13 Farmingdale 13 Wlth only seconds remalnln IH the fir t half Sandy Clll scored to put Carden Clty ln thc lead Crll cored 21,3111 111 the second half I looked as thou h the ame was on ICC wtth Parmm dale down by a 137 count and only about two m1nutes to play Then a fumble on Farmln dale s 10 aye them another chance Two lon pa e and a hne plun,.e resulted ln a T D and a tle Came Carden City lo t not only thelr chance to cllnch the champlonshlp but also the serylce of sparkplu Chrls Clark Chrls broke his hand and was out the rest of the season Garden Cnty 6-Port Washington 13 A fired up Port team passed and left the Trojan defenders Barley prouded the only brloht spot when he hne He also w1th rmpumty apm ohn romped oyer from the 10 yard made a beautiful 35 yard run only to haye the ball jarred loose by a ytclous tackle Vlxth thls loss Carden Clty concluded lts leacue play ln second place Garden Cnty 14-'Vlanhasset 21 Once a am a fumble cost C C a chance for ylctory The team seemed to let down sll htly but they neyer aye up Aubrey Raymond and ,lon Prusmack scored on short dues and Prus mack s klcks clrcked both tlmes Bottom low R Folgan F lmee F Lehman K Fllkes M Srhlflllllfhlf B Urtw T Fllbllfh W Lzndenmulh D Fdwards I Mott J farazzo Seeond row K Herlell H Dzetz I Luurenre B Bauer D Buszen B Young lx lfzlle F Metz L Darr I Stun Hoaehl lhlrd ron I Munfhc l'Nl.1nag.e-13 R Rzerlzerter R Fstes R Brzller W I :th II Kar I1 Ilult F Fllflfffl R Farquharson lManaf,e1l S0ff'Ell Carden Qlts S xarS1tx Soccer team of 1908 Completed one of 1tS moSt SuceeSSful SeaSonS III mam vear aS thee nent undefeated lll league plan and mon the North Qhore Champ1onh1p foaeh Jlm Steen hooterS were defeated Ill the Counts lhamp1onSh1p game by Ocean 1de 2 to 0 although thex outplaxed the Sallor ln a mde marffm t e Store of the UameS eem un11 11a x 10 t 1 1 hecau e of the new QLOIAIHU rue XNhlCl'l U1xeS tho IJOIIHN for a Goal and one p0lIlt for a penaltx knelt Nexerthele S moSt of the UameS were non hx lopS1ded SeoreS the total COTIIIU' meme lareen 1tv 0 the OPIJOI on The forward llne wshlch ln mot 0ameS Scored almoSt at xull eon1Sted of Ken Fxlke and Wllke Sehlrmacker at the mn l raw lam renee and Harm D16-t7 at the lllildt po 1t1on ce11ter forward fnllee and SClllTIYldlxlI' uele Se ected a All Sehola tw llaxer at the ene o the SeaSon At the halfhack po IIIOIIQ prohahlw Farde Il 1 tron e t a et were l5r1an Xounff ral Metz and Drew Hull Nletz mac alco named to the All Schola tu team The reaSon that none of Farden Fits S op p0nentS mere ihle to -more more than tuo goal ln am game ua the hne work of full mark Keith Hertell and tene lraee a11d ffoalle Hert Q Q - I' 7 l H g .. A f if' A ' 1 U J 3' R g I u S ' ' - . 1 , I. ' . . . . I. .. . ." D ' ' . . ' . . 9 . ' . . . ., I. ,. , Q ' . ' '- . , ' . . 3 . 1. ' ' 'Z . ' . ' fr , . , . .. . , ' , , Irijff . . . . 1- 1 ' ':. . .' ' ' ' . ,X 1' . ' . ' ' - w 5 5- A9 '., Q e ' ,i 3 t ' , 1, " . - S': ' 1' S for the- Sevond year in a row. Unfortunately. and Carle Wille. the leanfs high Seorer. at W fl ' r ' .'S'i.' ,l S, -Q' 'S',P""S 'll P' . ' S' ' .. ' I' 1 - If h S Z. ., S Ili' C'ty'S S gf S SS S ' ' F I.. C 'g h',h. h'S 'S S ' ' F l 1 , ' , , ' A , V . 1-. v 5 , -N P I I S .I I ' C 5 ' ' I' - p- ., Q ' 1 . - - ' S S 'Pl 'gl l C" 13. S'ti ' 1' 'S ' I' S 25. ' I- I, 4 ' 1 Drew Garden City 5 line record can also be attrlh uted to a very stron bench Such plawere aa Bruce Bauer Bob Col an Duck Briller and Tuck Llndenmuth could have Qtarted on anv other team 1n the lea ue Garden City Q tou het opponent durln he year waa Creat 'Neck 'North In their first game at the Blazer field Carden Cm was ahead until a ,oal in the final mmute tied the score In their other ame at home Carden Citi vlr tually ewed up the lea ue crown hs ed in out the Blaver 4 to 2 on a oal hw Ken Cllkes mth 50 seconde remamm In the ame for the North Shore Champlon hip played at Port Vlashm ton the Trojana trounced North Shore for the second wear in a row 8 to 2 Harrv Dietz ecored two oal and Carl Vlllle and 'Vllke Schtrmacher chipped in one apiece The 'Nawau Counts Champton hip ame waa played between Carden Clty and unheaten Oceanalde South Shore Champs at Adelphi Althou h out shootln the Sailore 18 to 4 the Trojans could not Score and lo t 2 to 0 on a fourth perlod oal Schumacher shmes ln soccer OPP Mmeola Clarke East 'Vleadow flNon Lea uel Glen Cove Great lNeck lN0rth Hlcksvllle Floral Park Port Washlncton Mmeola Clarke Glen Cote Great Neck North Hicksville Floral Park Port Vlashmbton 'North Shore f'North Shore Fmalsl Oceanside fCounty Fmalel I ullerre shouts '. 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' g S. 0 ' ' L 2 . 1. 1 S g ' . - in L rf l A -A434 - Bottom row I Martzn I Kalbert B Razor W Naef B Marian I Birch S LeSau1age .I Drucklleb I Schmauss IX Cronin F Cemmrll D Wall R Ott F Mlllett Second rom FN Corbrzdge fCoachl A Bretnall I flrmm A Malman C' lnce P Hemenway E Eggzngton D Shaw B Henning W Badger I Leonard B Swendsen 5 Sawdon F Ott H Hans eld TENNIS Thrs years tenms squad avenged last vears loss due to an 1nel1g1b1l1ty mfractlon and swept to an undefeated season Vllth the undefeated season went the DlY1SlOIl3l and North Shore champlonshlps A new rule was adopted thls year whereby each tennls match conslsted of four slnbles and Captain Sthmau three doublrs matches mstead of the former three and two Backed by State Sectlonal Champ Herb FltZCllJlJOI1 a Jumor co captains John Drucklleb and Jon Schmauss and John Martm the Trojans fielded an exceptlonally strong team for Coach Noel Lorbrldffe Capably flllmg the doubles posltlons were Jlm f'l1mm DlCk Shaw Pete Hemenvsaw Pob Basor Rrcky Ott Bob I Svsenclsen Ceorffe lnce Everett E cmton B111 Toblas and Fred Mlllett To fimsh oft the perfect season Garden Clty s Trojans ran throu h Great 'Neck South unde feated 1n 1ts lea,ue 70 for the 'North Shore Smtesbestllmbefs up flhamplonshlp V4 1th the team losm only three semors John Drucklleb Jon Schmauss and Pete Hemenway the prospects for another undefeated season next wear look very ood ' ' Y f -ev, . .,,, .N,,r,,WM x M V t M or , f f I e 5 , B 'Z 4 ' -as Y -A .. r Mr- - -2 Y . S . , .l - . .v I.. , . I - '- v al - v - l v T. Carard, B. Tobias, W. McCollum, D. Bogen tManagerl, I. Wolff fhlanagerl. ' 7 ' 7 'L9 4 5 ' ' ' rr A ' - ss. ak V ' A . I. 7 . . l - . h . A, . , A XY . . D I . I ! c ' , J 7 , t -V i K N'-ho'-W Y .lf J 1 I s R l ' UU. . e C a c 1 c, l . D , A " 0 . . U 7 . , Lv fl S ' .. . g I . L, . ' 7 h :Y 7 . , U V F ' Carden Clty coached for the first tlme by Carmme Brunn won the North Shore Cross Country Champlonshlp At the be mnlnfr of the year Coach Brum was faced wlth a difficult ta lc of rehurldln Lost ll'lI'0ll,.ll Fraduatlon were last year s Worth Shore mdludual champion Ray Lunsford and several other xaluable semors However Coach Brunl combmed the bull whip and hxs mcomparable sense of humor to mould a champlonshlp squad Malnstays of the tram were semor co captams Nllke Ross and Dan Creene Dave Ber,,er Paul Cameron and sophomores Dave Creene Dave Rey nolds and Tom NlcGu1ness The harrlers lost the openmn meet to Roslyn but rebounded to swamp all other opponents Included ln thls Qlflllff of VICIOTICS was an easy mn oxer our arch rnal Great Neck lNorth By the tlme that the 'North Shore Champronshlps rolled around the team was ln excellent condl hon Sparked by Dave Berger the Trojans cap tured 4th 11th 12th 14th and 16th places to gam the t1tle A week later the team fimshed slxth ln the County Champlonshlp ThlS relatlvely poor showmv was partlally due to the sldellmng of 'Vhke Ross wlth an mjury CRGJSS CIIUNTBY Harrzers prep for North Shores Bottom row M Toll Ulanagerl K Rzchards C Stiles P Cameron M Ross L Gajga T McGznnz5 C Brunz tCoachl Second row I Anderson D Kmg A Weaver B Coleman D Frankel L Anzzano D Whalen s von row een oac on ra anager a ersan :mm D Ronayne I Hecken T Plrkhardt K Heftel H Fltzflbbon I Martin L Darr llllanagerl W estbury lNorth Shore Roslyn Great lNeck 'North Port W ashm ton Mlneola Great lNeek South Farmmgdale Glen Cove H1CkSV1ll6 Port Vlashm on Mlneola Locust Valley Farmln dale Glen Cove H1cksv1lle Great Beck 'North East Meadow Massapequa 'Non leacue game Bottom row-R. Briller, B. Masel K fzlkes J Clark C Clark B Day J Schrnauss C Wzlle R Coron.Se d '-1.8! KC hl KK ddiM lDPt ffl 7 I' 7 I' l' I ' g 7 'I' T ' f ' g A .aw l if Tournament game. Although failing to defend successfully the Nassau County Championship which they won in 1958 the 195859 Carden City basketball team enjoyed a surprisingly successful season They finished in a tie for first place in Division I of the 'North Shore with a 9 3 record After winnm against East Meadow in the first round of the playoffs the Trojans lost a squeaker to Massapequa 70 69 and were eliminated At the beginning of the season prospects were not bright Coach James Steen was faced with defendln the County Championship with a reen squad consistin of last years junior varsity and a few holdover reserves The team quickly molded together ran up a winning streak of ten games before their first loss and stayed in first place through the final ame of the year The keynote of Garden City s success this year was balance Thev did not pm all their hopes on one man to bear the brunt of the scoring but rather on a well balanced attack H1 h scorer for Carden City was John 'Vlartln Hitting mainly on jump shots and two hand set shots lVlart1n averaged about 15 points a ,ame His injury before the tournament was a key factor in Carden City s loss Martin s partner in Strategy rom Steen ' the-backcourt was steady Carl Wille. Although not a high scorer Wille's play-making and - fensive work made htm a valuable asset to e team Carden Cxtys forwards through most of e year were Herb F1tzC1bbon and John Hecken FIIZCIDDOFI who operated out of the corner until he was switched to guard near the end of the year was the Trojan s steadlest scorer T e tennis ace hit double fi ures in every ,ame Wltl a high of 26 against Hicksville Hecken w o started slowly but came on fast towards the close of the season was a solid rebounder an scorer Tom Pickhardt, a reserve most of the season was inserted into the lineup due to Mar tins injury and his scorm and rebounding proved a pleasant surprise Center was dlvided between Bob Day and John Clark They shared the bulk of the re boundln along with Hecken and helped out with the scorm Along with the encouragement of a surprisingly successful year goes the hoje that Carden City may go all the way next year The reason for this optimism 19 the fact that of all the key players onlv Clark and Day will he lost throu h graduation Day I5 up up and away' Q ? 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' t--A 'N Bottom ION B Hicks H Dzetz W R1 e B Qhort Second ross B Swendsen R Qhort R Tearle A Bruce VARSITY B01VLING Thls sear s edrtlon of the Varilty Keblers was Guccewful lndeed W1th onlv two matches re Ulalfllll G C tralled Crt at Netk North by four IJOIIHQ On February 18 led by Bob Hlcks and Blll Rllllc who both hred 200 ramee the Tro jam blanked North Shore 5 0 This uctorx com bmed mth a Creat Neck low to 'Vlanhaaset pulled C C to Mlllllll one polnt of the Blazera Then ln the QeaQon s Hnal match our kf lers sshlteua hed Hlcksulle 50 sshxle Great 'Neck f p 1 l armlnrdale Port VK aahln ton 1 len oxe Ro lxn 'Xlanha set Creat Nerk North lVllIlE0lH 'North qhore Hlelc Nllle trlumphed only 41 oxer thelr opponent lhue Garden Cnty amed a t1e for the leaoue crown ruth a brrlllant late Qtaaon comeback The mam law of the quad were sen1orQ Harry D1et7 Blll Rlllle Captain Bob Hlckx and JUIIIOIS Al Bruce and Duck Ttarle The outlook for next year IQ xomeuhat bleak for Coach Cunmngham ulll be hard pre ed to rcplacc the raduatln, eemore who formed the backbone of the team '1?1,.:: '-.' , G.C. 91- 5 4. .U 0 4 v. 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's: l 2 , V' A' 3 5 .' 0 5 Y' C 0 5 ' S" 0 3-1 11 r r Bottom row B Jeanne .1 Leonard E Nagel F Adams R Sanders Second row B Dick J Wznkler R Nason R Drew R Rzchmond fCoachJ D Freene I Raswezler H Allzson RIFLERY Coach Bob Rlchmond began the season wlth only three lettermen but succeeded 1n leadm the mmrods to an xmpressne 102 record The team won ,ts first five matches but dropped a heartbreaker to the powerful Chammade Flyers the perennial Leapue Champlons In the final slx matches they lost only to Mlneola Included ln these YlC1OI'19S was a hard earned trlumph over Chamlnade Thls upset threw the leaffue stand1n,.s mto chaos and necessltated a playoff match shootmv a bllsterm 912 whxle G C trallcd bv only four pomts and lVl1neola took thlrd T e two mam reasons for the teams fine season were semors Bob lNason and Dan Greene 'Nasons match awerage of 183 was the hlchest at Carden Cm IH oxer a decade Semors Erlc Nagle and Bert Drew Junlors John Leonard Dlck Sanders Bob Jeanne and Herb Alllson helped round out Farden Clty s stronvest rlfle team ln many wear Dont shoot tll you see the whites of the target' 'J . 4 ' 1 - , : , . , . . ' 'Q -' I : - , . , . , . ' , , 1 , , , . - . . U 7 D . : I M , . 7 . U . g , ' D . U . . I to determine the champion. Chaminade won the I . . . U . , C - C , . . , 1 W A h ' ' - . ' -Y .. , ' ' .U I Q 1- 1 ' l Q w , , . - , 1 9 . , 5 . . . v, . I C 1-,P 4 1 s. W W, Y Y Y 4 F The Carden Clts w restllnfr team had a Hood Qea on wlth mans lfldllldllal etandoute The matmc n w re tled ewht leavue matches of whrch thex won threc io l aptam Slcxe llull and Dale llerfrer to wether wlth lloh louleon were the onlx Senxore r llflllllf from lat wear team and thex lc an Enilltlllll lx fine job lloh lark John l'afrer and ,lohn Harper aleo Qhowecl well throufrhout the Qcaxon YY 1th the tremencloue coachm ol 'Nlr Decker the frrappler dlcl well IH the Dun lon l tourna ment and the North Shore tournament Bob Coulson took hr t place 111 thc unllmltecl whlle Cralff lawrence captured thlrd place Qtexc llull Daxe llerfrer John Faver Boh lark and qtexe Hoak won fourth place ln the 'North Shore the team al o fared well Stew Bull came ln Qecond wlule lralfr law rcnce and Bob foul on placed fourth The outlook for next xear 1 proml mfr Nl thouffh floach Decker lo ee the QQIIIOT memher the reet 0'f the Qquad w1ll haxe more cwcperlenee and th xeare undefeated junior hwh team w1ll he a welcome addltxon All ln all next xear eou cl produce C C flnet wre tlln Squad ln mans ware WRESTLING Punk Bull prepares for pm Bottom row C Laurence R Bennett I Harper G Decker fCoac'hH I Fager D Greene B Lark Ncconcl row 'll Dunnc lx Prusrnaclc f Bllllfil S Hoczlc lx Ixnch H foulson D Berger S Bull D Carroll C Mzddlelon Thlrd row R Reztcheter V Herty D Tczssone M Ruddock ,I Martln R Nlzccrzn T Rum T farrarcl ,I 'llurcr f 1711111 I fnhnwn L jeans P Borelll J C Z' e " " .i c. 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Bottom row-P, I1eme'nu'en' T MOU-'flfl P Telglew Seennel mw ffl H11 H 'Nezlreman Hemel F fggmgmn INTIIAMUBAL BASKETBALL FINAI I It I STANDIWF Te am Dunlay Henkel Nlor a Roeder lraee Trehs Nlotv Rosato Dunne Flwpatrxek Ha Y on lost C 3 U 'J A nn preuou tears an mtramural basketball lea ue under the SUIJCTVIQIOH of Warren 1Skwl Km was set up for those boys who were not on a xarslty team ln the lea ue every member of each team was nen the opportumtv to plax at least one lICI'lOCl per Fame Wllll oxer one hundred bows partlclpatln thx xears turnout was the largest exer he lea ue consisted of twelve teams wlth elght to ten players on each squad The teams proved to be xerx evenlx matched since four of the twelse wm es lostmff ol reeord the four teams XNh1f'll tled for firt honors were captalne el bw Tom Nlor an lou Dunlax lhll Henkel and John Rocder -X post lea ue tournament was helel mth the top ex ht teams eompe tm Nlor ans and Roe der team faced each other ln the flnal round Wlth the hl llSCOI'lI1 trlo of Pete Hemenwax Tom 'Nlor an and Phnl Ta lex Mor an s team rolled oxer lloeder quintet ln a core of 7015 HL- iff . 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" VAVVI' 1,1 Bottom rom R Colgan R Drew K Dunne K Gllkes H Dietz I Bowrosen H Byron K Kondrad Second row C' Lynch lCoachJ C Sayer A Gulllano I Floegel C Wzlle W LeGelte D Kurlh Thlrd row F Casa R Brzller 9 Jaeger MISQIDQ C Clark B Riley R Carson BASEBALL When the opemn, bell sounded for the sprlng sports season baseball coach Cy Lynch was ,reeted by Hve returnmff lettermen from last years medlocre squad As me go to press the startmff squad 1 Bert at second and Bob Colgan at thlrd the last tvso are both up from last years hx hly successful jumor yarslty squad The catchm, chores wzll he shared by Keun Dunne and Dick Brlller The outfield mll be handled ably by RlCk Cor son Blll Rlley and Sklp Jae er Barrlnff sore arms the mound staff mll be composed of rlrhty Chr1s Clark and lefty John Flovel mth Jack Bowrosen handlmv the rellef chore The Trojans got off to a poor start mth a 4 2 loss to Roslyn but then ysent on to mn the next two As league play start the squad has a good chance to um tht IIINI lon title Dunne up at bal Gzlkes rushes for yirst base v . U N N . U . I. c Y 5 ' Drew at first, Ken Cilkes at shortstop. Carl Vlville - ' ' 'g ' . . . V . B V V . U b V. r- e l l .V I g ' I r: M 6 V V. V .U AV . V C V. V . C . SV ' . V' . s, . . 21924 Bottom rom L Prybylskz F Loranger T Fabzsh D B R Z R D 5 Schumacher I flark B Masel Second ron F Agogrizerlf Buidlg? Lathrolgg B MUVPITLV 1 Hecken B Gabriel F Carzatz Thlrd row I Dzbelzus B Young W Fnfzh B auer R Igrusmack M McConnell K Maggard ,I Sllzestrz ifoafhl R Farqhason Ulanagerj llhsmfl K Heffel! 1 M212 .1 flzmm J Martin S LeSau1ge f'Nlanag.,erl LACBIISSE Thls yeare lacrowe team IQ lookln forward to one of lts beat seabons IH a long tlme Wxth the return of tm-lxe lettermen and some of laat years undefeated J V the outlook rs very ood On attack Coach Julio SllVCSlI'1 has auth talented boys as Jlm Cllmm Blll Frlllllh Bruce Bauer John 'Wartm and Ed Bond The mxdfivld as Qtrong too led bv Drtk Schumacher Jeff Sssanaon and Cram lVlctz Thfae boys will be ablw backed up bw Brlan Youn Chuck 'Vlurphx Kelth Hertel Don Honawne Dawe Her er and Bruce 'Vlasel The defensne chores thle wear mll be handled by lo captaln liob Dax John lalhrop and ohn Clark Helpnnv the e bow out mll be Sk1pPrybxlsk1 Tom Fabxah Stese Carlatl John Hecken and l'rank Loranger The Foal tfndln mll be handled bx Co captam Bob Za a llack hlm up wxlll be Frank Affauno and ell' Dlb0llUS Keep that Qluk up 0 1 . wo K", V 'Q T . ' I 3' V Kali P S 'N 1 , if - ' r ug V ' 12' 11 K 5 x , -W A 1 5 ' ' ' T .T f T 1 I . Q , ' r 1 ' f - ' , . . . 7 , , , A' , ' k a - 1 - - . ' 4 , '- . . , , , . , 1- I , . . . ' , , . , . v . . . U -.. H , . , , , , I T ' . . , ' v ' s - l- 1 ' - . . , Al 1 - . 1. , . I , . ' 4 , ,l, ,l ' A r . Sroopingz through for score, . . . . V. f . vs . -,. ., 4. . , I Q , I .1 v U . ., F . v W e I 9 , . 'Y . x V, , 1 I n .. ,l v ' ' r ' X ' lr .Y V . v ' , U Y l . A - f "' ' ' - ' w I , ' ' U . , 9 P ' I I . ' P S- " ' 4' I , - , ' 4 . I . ' U x . g .' 1, - . ' g S. I lIl,'Z ' P ' ,l .. .I ,.. Teezng 0 GULF ln the last few years the golf team once arn has an abundance of talent Captam Tom Mor an has been playln number one ln the early season matches Cloae competltlon IS offered by junlor ace Fred Lazard Jerry Mauro Seems to have nalled down the number three Qpot vuth some fine play The next posrtlons are bem closely contested by Stu Hatchell Ken Cunnlncham and Jon Schmauss An optlmlstlc outlook IS 1n order for the team has had llttle dlfhculty rn wmmnff lts early matchei The match wlth Glen Cove rs the only erlous threat to another undefeatcd Qeaeon Coach lVI1lt VCll6I' ts lookln forward to a second North Shore Champronshlp Bottom ross S Hairball lx funnmgh P M T M F L d S rms M Weller lCoafhl L Dunlav afnMawhl1rllrl:y I Mlciaannn T afflckhalrdtdllzluljiiesfffollll Uchaz R Hennzng I Johnson G Van Szclen it Flying high. 5' 6' I .1969 4' 4, Gig' ?'i'a as 1 Bottom row-C. lrace, W. Trehy, P. Cameron. M. Ross. f. Bailey. .l. Prusmack, 1. Roeder, Nason, G. Motz. F. Rosato. B. Budke lManagerJ. Second row-B. Norton, R. Short. V. Mallardz, f. Coleman, B. Carguilia. C. Bailey, C. Lawrence, R. Reilly. R. Lark, R. Fay. B. Beattie. L. Owens, W. Tennis lhlanagerl. Third row-A. Benerenti, D. Basten. D. Schumacher, D. Frankel. F. Rath J. Carr F. Adams. . Tin le P. Smith C Slile D. Re 'nolds. Fourth row-A. Herbert. D. Ben , I g . . . s. 3 - nett. D. Kohlmann. D. lzzard, D. Greene, K. Richards. B. Polk, R. Koch, D. Carroll, F. Riley R. Ferdinand. D. Ruddock. W. Foord. Fifth row-W. King lCoachl, .l. Prybylski. J. Reilly. P Werner, L. Landis, B. Tobias, M. Carmen. C. Hecker, V. Hervey, R. Marlin, S. West. L. .l6ar1S. J. Horton fCoachJ. TRACK This year, as the Mast goes to press, the track team coached as usual by Warren King and John Horton, is looking forward to a terrific season and will be top contenders for the North Shore championship. Sprinters Mike Schir- macher, Loren Darr and Craig Lawrence, middle distance runners John Bailey, Bill Tre-hy and Dan Greene, and milers Mike Ross, Steve Hoke, and Dave Reynolds gave Carden City an impres- sive line up of runners. Aubrey Raymond. who is out to better his own school record in the shot put, Jon Prusmack in the discus, Jeff Stark in the Pole Vault, Bird Norton in the high jump, and .lohn Bailey also trying for a new school record in the broad jump, give us a formidable line up for Cee Ceo in the field events. The Trojans steamrolled all opposition in their first few meets. making clean sweeps in the middle and long distance races and could well go on to capture the North Shore Title. Ross puts on speed BOYS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Bottom row-K. Maggurd. K. Cilkes. C. Clark. H. Dietz. Sec-ond row-R. Prusnzack. I. Prusnmrk. J. Sflznzauss. D. Berger. C. Ville. C. Mets, Mr. Steen. ff' EJ BOYS' LEADERS CLUB Bottom row-R. Reilly. J. .Tie mela, C. Richard, V. Nzzculula. Second row-Mr. Steen. J. Bow- rosen. C. Feary, W. Oltenzann Third row-J. Zipfel. GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION X. FUIIUII, U. Knhart. 1443 .71 1-. f fx: My YQ! Zig f f4f X A- 4 f ,ff Z fffzgjaf' My fff JZ' f gif fl f 9 A 'ff K PQW I2 vi P Bottom rowflff T61'l1vt, S. .'Uot:, C. lnre. Svvonrl row--.4. M1'LCzm, GIRLS, LEADERS CLUB Bottom row-E. .Ur'Groarly, .S Mols. J. Edwards. N. Dunlop D. Kufmrt, C. f.'u1'nf'. M. I!-I'Hl'l' f. Breluort. Sf-f-ond row -A .W Innes. X. Hvlzn, I.. Hale: P Sr'flL'nr.l:. 5. Uwvxl. If. Ruxx. K llvnton. M. .ql'fIlllfI'k, H, Slewn. S ElIH'f9IIVl, Thirri rrm-B, ffuyr' K. Kirby. L. llullivl. L. Langley S, ,1lr1.mr1. P. Pirnnli, ll. Txugrzris C, .11l.f'lIf'1SIlVl. U. .1IllIllIlII1L'. S Jlullvr. ff. .'Uirhvlsn11. f, .11f'li,x Lh- 5 Hey. that's my foolf 3 ' 1 ja I, rd he make it azm, GIRLS, SP0llTS The fall girls' sports season on the whole was very successful. However, there was one element that ruined the season's plans, and that was more than C. Cfs share of rain. On Saturday, October 25, the Carden City sportsday team participated in a playday held at Salisbury Park. Each team there was to play five games. From all the girls participating. an all-Nassau team was to be chosen, which, in turn, was to play an all-Westchester team. Our school team completed two games, against North Shore and Hicksville, before the playday was rained out. To the disappointment of all concerned, an- other date could not be scheduled. On November 5, the hockey team met West Hempstead. Carden City romped 5-0 and 2-0, first and second teams re- spectively. The next four games scheduled were rained out. On November 20, our sportsday teams met Manhasset. Our first team was held scoreless 5-0. Our second team's defense prevented Manhasset from scoring, but we were not able to score, the game ending in a 0-0 tie. An archery team was chosen also for the fall season, but a match scheduled for November 13 was rained out. A third sport, badminton, provided many an afternoon's fun. The chosen sportsday teams matched their skill with that of the North Shore teams on November 6. Carden City came out on top, winning five sets of doubles. Looking proudly hack on the volleyball season, we see an undefeated season for C. C.'s girls. The first game was at home against Mineola. Sophomore, junior, and senior class teams participated. All the C. C. teams defeated their opponents. On January 15, the first and second sportsday teams took a trip to Manhasset to play in another playday. The procedure followed was much like that which had been planned for hockey. The second team tied for first place, losing only one game. The first team crushed all other contenders for first place. The games were well played, team members displaying a superior amount of teamwork and spirit. The traditional volleyball class playoffs were held on Janu- ary 14 The juniors defeated the sophomores easily The junior senior game was a surprising victory for the Juniors All w1ll admlt lm sure that the most hilarious clash was the Student Faculty game on January 26 The first and second sportsday teams played the men and women faculty in a forty fiye mmute encounttr unte a large percentage of the student body turned out to cheer and lausfh with those participating The students defeated the tired fa ultv 35 25 On February 17 Carden Crtys honor basketball team par tlclpated m IIS first Game of the season a playday held at our school The team was successful in wmmnv three out of four games loslng to Babylon by only two pomts The second team did not partrclpate 1n the playday The next day the first team played at St 'Vfary s a traditional rlyal for the past few years C C won 34 31 1n a beautlfullv played same On February 24 the first and second teams met West Hempstead The second team lost their game by 10 pomts, but the first team won a fantasucally close frame that went into overtrme The final score was 35 341 1 Un March 5 and March 12 Dames were played at Great Neck lNortl'1 and Valley Stream respfctlyely C t was YICIOTIOUS tn both Great Neck South proyed to be a match for Carden f ltv Both schools plavfd well each Wlflllllln' one game Uur first team won 5127 but the second team lost by fiye pomts III oyerume Uur last interscholastic meeting was with farle flau on March 19 These Ulrls too were a good test of Carden filly s abrllty Yet the honor team avam emerved the yrrtors by a thrilling game Much credlt should be Ulyen to the first team who mam tamed an 8 1 record Fyen after the loss of one of their most yaluable players 1n the first Uame of tht season spirit and effort ney er faltered On Vf edne day 'Nfarch 25 the Ulfl basketball sea on oflicrally closed wxth the cla s playoff The sophs played the Juniors first WNIYIHIHU by elgzht pomts Thr n the sophs played the QKHIOFS The score was S710 seniors fOI1UI'3.ll1l3IlOl1 to t la s o yihltfl ha won for three strawht years the NIAST Hors to pre s the sprmv ports tenm an softball haye not yet be un The softball team should do fairly well thls season as a number of last years first and econd team member are returnrnff Althouffh softball 1s not played as sk1 u y at f f as the other sport the team shoul Je ucce ful Up up and mer . . , i . . y V V, . . . i C ' C J, Q - . ' , , - - C , 1 A- V D , . 7 Q A , 5 . . . V V I V f - . . V . . , , I C . 7 N M I s 4 v B . I , A I- v D ' . . ' ' :I -2 1. 1. A F Ai v v N A u . p lg 41 t x in B i x ' H Y' . I- . 5' ' - ' ' , f f ' l ,' ' . s I, ., , V . . 4 . rf' 7 Q I C F I T .' score of 24-19. The second team lost by 3 points in a close, I i . x rs ' A s ' . ' Y Iv 1 I s. ,T x s . , A, I . Y s '. . ' , F' s' . . s ' ' . " ' s. ' s. ., - ' 4 3 1 Y P .i i -' x ' ' ,f he fi sg f '59, ' " s ' , 'F 1' As . , F 2 ' ,. s -. 's d ' ' U f ' Y - f . r- ' 'V " . ' '. - , . . ' -. . s 3 Q I . . . ., I.. ,, . ,, ' . s 'llf llf' I. I. . Q s. s d l s '- ss . YARSHH QHEERLEADERD Bottom ron E Ur I murtx U Phllllpw B F1116 P Prcston B Banhm gflfllld rmx Fduards 11 fohlke B L11 Bnrm R Heals f Trehx Thud ron N 11111 m P Hoolh lf'aptam1 gxgln ,J dm ix fvzxlff f ff -J. . ' .2 -. . f. . . '- -Q., -nz, ,'f ,,,, , A-Si f 'sP'A,..- ,- ,,f 1 Us A Q. J ', Q16 if M4 ,v . ' 'SX f 2 fm ffl! . RM " 7,1 " 'I ,Q . lv?-fx itpaf ff? lg. 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