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

 - Class of 1966

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DEN CITY '. ,,,M W N.,N ,X P92 H Shfe is spent and done Page 4 DEDICATICD A truly great teacher is one ot the most intluentia promoters of a lite- theme ot paramount importance, the Present. To a line lady vvho can be considered no less than a truly great teacher, vve do dedicate ouryearbook. She imparts her vast vvealth ot knowledge upon her students always in rela- tion to the Present. While the subject matter which she handles rarely per- tains to the events ot today, it is at all times transposed to the Present tor us by her skillful teaching methods. Not as spectators who are setaloof in time and in place, but as participants do vve see and hear events take place. She makes us understand people and happenings ot the past because she equates them vvith people and happenings ot the Present. Furthermore, her firm but just demands impel us to vvork and to learn, her charm and her vvit incite us to vvork and to learn. Her very personality and character stir in us a deep respect and a warm esteem tor her. Theretore, tor her devotion to the Present as both a teacher and an in- dividual, vve, the Class ot l9o6, do dedicate our yearbook to . . . FRANCES M. JENNINCSS FRANCES M. JENNINGS Page 5 Page 6 DMINISTR TIO BERNARD W. ALLEN ROY C. HABERKERN, JR ' ' . - ,- 240196 Kwcml-A ,L , S, ssfggwigs sr- HWINFIELD S. THOMPSON A MESSAGE TO THE SENIOR CLASS Two-thirds of your life thus far has been spent in school, and for many of you more years of school lie iust ahead, all designed to equip you to enioy your life through the self-confidence which education brings to you. The ability, courage and strength to go through life without fear of inadequacy and without fear of failure represent the highest attainable forms of happiness and personal security. Self confidence is the key to personal security which rests firmly on knowledge and edu- cational competencies. l hope that during these past years you have acquired also the desire to continue your education, and the determination and perseverance to give your best efforts to whatever you undertake. JMZJJJ-X Z' 2:E5:.?:Zfff:F2a2i'E . "' l g li ' VS? H grgggifasttf Ss qi ci Sh 1 sfirli l S A i, , gg? 'l wgrfgmmgslgggg 3,5 . W xl 5 Zg,Xx?5:,?gw li 1345! Q 1, 6 S Y' seg K S fl . ,,e,,.g:,, -qs-i.-W iff.: A A. 'af E A A , ri Kb 44 ggi ,la s 1 1 I wi..wns2 Q as A A s r, S , 2 Q A rstifsizfaksiisiww - - 'llfliiivifstiafx '-f'- "EHE15ZSI'5 ii5f4257.5i'ilff HS5:'45751F"S::1:5.:.5:,T:?E'f1? ?5iQl::1'5Zi7?.: Q' zrggi: '. " 'I-,zfh -I 5 it ' -'7?f7fi?ii4,zsf,g.fi ,ses - , rwf-Qw:Yg:S:.ff ' ' 'if if',.3s?3i7Ei'iii5S?3k' -1 . wi11z"frfiiffSfSf2 i T7 v'!5f?3i!i?Le3II2L its N45 PM A 215.1 K ,.ng-w:fi ,Qi ffm- Assingev .fr J Wi 9554 2 ' f f S5 169257 by 1' fx Page 7 FACULTY "Deuote each day to the object then in time, and every evening will find something done." ENGLISH DEPARTMENT LAWRENCE BERGEN Deparfmenf Chairman Page IO f MARY ANDERSON JULIA BOKEN WILLIAM BORING ALTHEA GONYA ROGER GOODWIN ELLA HAGEDORN JOHN HORTON WILLIAM RENISON CHARLOTTE REPPERT MARY WATTS PHILIP WARDNER EDWARD WOJNAR Page I I SCCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT FRANCES APOSTOLIDES ALAN BENOSKY MAURICE COLBERT GERALD DOLAN Page T2 HARLAND HOFFMAN CYNTHIA KENDALL CHARLES MELTON JOHN STEINBERG WALTER NELSON Department Chairman JOAN PAGANO MARTHA SCHNAUBELT W GORDON TEGNELL HARRIET SIME Page 73 MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT ALBERT MAMARY Deparfmenf Chairman Page 14 DELPHINE BAUER JOSEPH BIVIANO FREDERICK BRILLER CLIFFORD HORDLOW ANTHONY KAVKA CHARLES KIRSTY MARGARET McNALLY MARGARET COLLINS 1,75 ..,kh I .i "Sotha1'sfhe new math?" EDWARD RYDER WILLIS SLOCOMBE Page I5 SCIENCE DEPARTMENT NORMAN BADGER MICHAEL BORUT EUGENE DECKER JULIAN KANE Page 76 THOMAS MINER JOHN ORBAN ROBERT RICHMOND 'Q 1 We Q N, J. NOEL CORBRIDGE Department Chairman "Yes, l'll put him wifh Jill." HAROLD TURKEL HOWARD VAN WESS MURRAY WALTER WILLIAM ZILKA Page I7 LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT DANIEL PERKINS Chairman of Modern Language Department DONALD BENNE'I'TER "Don'f fouch me again, Rullman!!" Page 18 CARMEN BRUNI PIERRE CHANOVER ELIZABETH DUBSKY JEANNE DUNLOP JOSEPH GENNA BARBARA HURRY FRANCES JENNINGS RITA MURPHY Chairman of Lafin Depcrfmenf ALDEN SONANDER MARION STEYN Page I9 GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT IRVIN FAUST Department Chairman Page 20 JULIA CONNER VIRGINIA CORNEHLSEN MARTIN DWYER WALTER LAWDER ISABEL POTTER LIBRARY STAFF JEAN CRABTREE MARGARET LUCHA CFFICE STAFF KATHERINE MARCIAL Bottom row: L. Emmer, R. Krause, B. Finegan, E. Wolfram. Second row: M. Griswold, M. Sfrcefz, V. McCabe. Page 27 PHYSICAL EDUCATIDN DEPARTMENT JAMES STEEN Deparfmenf Chairman JEANNETTE CHIATE ERNEST HUMPHRIES only they knew I'm Batman " uf.. XI xv QQ 5 1 an - -A . PATRICIA JAMES Jap 13 WARREN KING E "I thought Ballantyne graduated last year CHARLES RIFFLE JULIO SILVESTRI "No, Irwin, the feam wenf that way." BEATRICE TONER Page 24 INDUSTRIAL ANID FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT MILTON WEILER Deparfmenf Chairman RICHARD BUCHER ROBERT CUNNINGHAM JOAN MONTE EDWARD MYSLIVECEK ROBERT SERENBETZ MUSIC DEPARTMENT ONALD CHADDERDON BERTRAM KONOWITZ DRAMA DEPARTMENT INEZ SPIERS COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT MARGARET ARNOLD JOHN CHIAVOLI ACTIVITY CCORDINATOR KATHRYN NIEDBALSKI ANN BERNSTEIN ,. L,,:. W I. ,N s r MARGARET SNYDER jf Q.. ,Egg jj. J sk S., I -. 151 . fegg N3 sig 1- HOME ECONCMICS DEPARTMENT ELAINE RICHMOND HEALTH DEPARTMENT LORRAINE SMITH CUSTCDIAL STAFF Bottom row: M. Matthew, M. Manzi, A. Moder, J. Mahler, S. Gclscienski. Second row: E. J. Seygfried, C. Melenski, J. Bodnar, J. Oliveri. K ,V I .mf . ' ' J an , .F 'E CAFETERIA STAFF xkffigg 'bk , ..,x Bottom row: A. Ferone, V. Kortlang, M. Ohrlich, D. Kocan, M. Montero, M. McLaughlin. Second row: N. Santora, L. Zenchyk, C. Smith, R. Finch, E. Zuhlke, A. Leahy, J. Necroto. Page 27 "Try to be happy in a time to come, as N I 0 R S which is already iff , sf'f35j"M ,.,,...na, -M this very present moment, and put not off being so to though that time should be of another make from thrs come, and is ours." Page 30 WILLIS W. SLOCOMBE The closs sponsor is on intrinsic component of o closs during its yeors in high school. The toculty member who cicts os sponsor is more thon ci mere representotive ot the closs, he is its supporter, its de- fender, ond its triend. Mr. Willis Slocombe, sponsor ot the Closs ot Woo, hos guided ond odvised us with unending core, potience, ond toith through the numerous closs functions. Therefore, We, the mem- bers ot the Closs ot l9oo, toke this opportunity to express our hum- blest grcititude to ci mon who hos helped every one ot us. HOWARD C. RIS Vice-Presidenf JAMES M. NORRIS JILL HOBSON President 4 Secretary KENNETH M. SHACHMUT Treasurer OFFICERS I966 Ia LORRAINE M. ZAMPINO Social Chairman CHARLES M. HABERKERN Historian Page 3I KATHRYN J. ADAMS At home on skis in the water or on snow . . . future woman in white . . . F.N.A .... lost and Found worker . . . French Club ...those summers in Westhamp- ton . . . "Katie." CATHERINE M. ASPLAND Always up to something . . . big brown eyes and rosy cheeks . . . Humanities . . . Concert Choir . . . French Club . . . sports lover . . . Fire Island summers . . . lives for the weekend . . . contagious laugh . . . "Cathy" . , . "Asp." aiafgsii reggae Q- we fiiml , 1 -t gs-A .sae JEFFREY B. ANDERSON Craves food . . . Student Coun- cil Delegate . . .Manager of Var- sity Football and lacrosse teams . . . l.B.L .... likes water and snow skiing . . . summers in the Catskills . . . "Chubby" . . . "Jeff," I1 , ,. K, ,l,. ., I ...W ., I ., s . . sim-1t.m, -f :Z list! ! - sf vlgiggggigi .,, ., . ixr affftsggi :iw I-Liz., -PM :::5i:.:5',,,32 izliifisfllitiis. -e:2:::i.fe JANET E. BAERENKLAU Prone to talking . . . always cool and calm . . . President of F.N.A .... Typing Editor of Mast . . . an avid Candy Striper . . . frequents Lake George . . . Ac- tivity Committee . . . French Club Secretary . . . Concert Choir . . . a silly streak but serious, too . . . easy wit with a unique laugh . .. Folksong Club . . . conversation spiced with sarcasm . . . teaches Sunday School . . . knows where she's going . . . believes the un- believable. 9 k 1 fllflf JOAN M. APPELT Rare natural blonde . . . a quiet sense of humor . . . closets over- flowing . . . Spanish Club . . . Orientation Committee . . . en- ioys tennis, volleyball, and bas- ketball . . . a whiz on the ski slopes . . .enthusiastic Red Cross volunteer . . . exciting summers upstate . . . fascinated by Jones Beach in October . . . "Really?" .. . "Joanie." STEVEN C. BALDWIN A friendly guy . . . tall and good- looking . , . skiing and hunting . . . Varsity Tennis and Track . . . Fire Patrol . . . Chefs' Club . . . G.C.'s star gymnast . . . "Wheels." MARION L. AHERN Humorous and witty. . . a whim- sical air . . . Concert Choir and Celestones . . . a beautiful sing- ing voice . . . Echo . . . library Staff . . . Mast Girls' Write-ups . . .an avid Crusader . . . speaks her mind . . . a chocolate lover . . . has a quiet side . . . a good friend . . . "Mar." SUSAN P. BACHELDER Sophisticate . . . famous for her iewelry . . . world traveler . . . creative spark . . . Art Publicity Committee . . . Art Club . . . Humanities . . . lots of opinions . . . enioys a good argument . . . a convincing talker . . . "Sue" . . . "Batch." RUSSELL K. BANKES Respected by all. . . S.C.B. Vice- President . . . Student Council Delegate . . . B.A.A. representa- tive . . , Varsity Basketball, Foot- ball, and Lacrosse . . . Election Committee . . . Mixed Chorus .. .Junior Usher . . . camp coun- selor . . . unique sense of humor . . . "Russ," KATHRYN V. BECKER Striking Oriental eyes . . . viva- cious and outspoken . . . politi- cally-minded . . . a familiar fig- ure in the Little Theater . . . heroic senior director of Thieves' Carnival . . . the theater is her first love . . . Assembly Com- mittee . . . F.N.A .... an avid seamstress . . . vivid memories of her canoe trip on the Dela- ware . . . "Kacky." DENNIS BECK A racing car fan . . . bookroom worker . . . A.V. squad . . . in- teresting sense of humor and a weight lifter . . . interest in speed boats and motorcycles . . . friendly . . . "Duke." DOUGLAS J. BECK A dependable person with the intelligence and drive to achieve . . . distinguished Student Coun- cil Vice-President . . . Treasurer of the Band . . . National Honor Society . . . a responsible and hard-working student . . . con- genial disposition . . . chairman of Cathedral Junior Vestry . . . Junior Usher . . . "The Coach- men" guitarist . . .well-liked and respected by all who know him . . . "Love it!" . . . "Doug," PETER W. BEHRER Rugged outdoorsman . . . quiet and friendly . . . likes hunting and weekends . . . wrestling, lacrosse, football, Homeroom of- ficer . . . "Pete" . . . "Sam," WENDY E. BEHRER Sparkling green eyes and a beautiful voice . . . friendly and outgoing . . . Concert Choir, Festivalaires, Secretary of Ce- lestones, Cathedral Girls' Choir . . . singing talents in constant demand. . .Masquers . . .Social Committee . . . F.T.A .... lives on babysitting earnings . . . Y.P.F. Secretary . . . counts the days till Friday . . . summers in Roxbury . . . "Right" . . . "Uh, sir!?" DONALD E. BARR Tall and serious student. . .Var- sity Soccer and Lacrosse . . . enioys horseback riding . . . as- pires to become a vet . . . "Don." PETER S. BEHM Unique voice . . . Varsity Tennis . . . Chefs' Club . . . member of the golf team . . . avid sports fan . . . incessant talker and eater . . . "Pete" . . . "Squeak." Page 33 SANDRA E. BEVAN A girl of many talents . . . blonde hair and blue eyes . . . a fickle streak . . . Band Secre- tary . . . Decorations Chairman of Social Committee . . . Elec- tion Committee . . . business manager of Ink Spots . . . Ori- entation Committee . . . Mast Girls' Write-ups . . . Quill and Scroll . . . Junior Class Execu- tive Board . . . Junior Honor Guard . . . Youth Council rep- resentative . . . Seventeen Ad- visory Board . . . plays piano, flute, piccolo, and guitar . . . a part-time artist . . . "Can l help it if l'm malcoordinated'?" . . . "Sandy." MARY S. BLANKLEY Distinctive and uncontrollable laughter . . . a sincere friend . . . Secretary-Treasurer of Red Cross . . . Concert Choir . . . Folksong Club . . . Mast typing . . . Activity Committee , . . Fiesta . . .Spanish Club . . . Art Club . . . one of the summer house crew . . . teaches Sunday School . . . more than imagina- tive . . . a unique and bubbling personality . . . "Mary B." Page 34 VICTOR A. BENA A good-looking Frenchman . . . homeroom Vice-Chairman and Parliamentarian . . . Chefs' Club . . . Library Staff . . . likes cars and fun . . . attracted to the opposite sex . . . summer iob . . . Y.O. Club . . . "Vic," JACQUELYN M. BENNIS A slim miss with big blue eyes ... pensive . . . a model's stance . . . Girls' Chorus . . . aide in Guidance Office . . . summers in Easthampton . . . water is her natural habitat . . . surfing and water-skiing bug . . . con- siderate . . . "Lynn," RICHARD BILLOWS Tall and casual . . . Varsity Foot- ball and Lacrosse. . . l.B.L. . . . Chem Club . . . likes parties . . . always on the move . . . big gun of the "Playboys" , . . "Dick." PAMELA L. BLAKE Changeable eyes coupled with beautiful hair . . . Student Coun- cil Delegate . . . amiable . . . an Echo Editor . . . F.T.A. . . . Election Committee . . . Co- Chairman of Save the Children Federation Drive . . . Social Committee . . . summers on Pe- conic Bay . . . enioys all summer sports . . . contagious laugh . . . "Pam." , '-'.' ' f if 0 t . fsfzziiinqwml i 1 - s':r'---..12fT.2'.s: 2 dfigligiiggfiiiilf. 1 i 'i ' f- i,Q'iti:55i'e5 5 Iii FRANCES M. BILLITTERI Attractive combination of dark hair and big brown eyes . . . talks a blue streak . . . loves to laugh . . . dependable . . . artistically inclined . . . Concert Choir . . . Library Staff . . . school spirit plus . . . Social Com- mittee . . . affinity for swimming and sailing . . . enthusiastic, with a nutty side . . . "Fran." to-s1 Lg DOUGLAS J. BLATTMACHR Quiet and friendly . . . a fine athlete . . . Varsity Football . . . Co-Captain of Varsity Lacrosse . . . Gymnastics Club . . . Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity . . . "lniun." MARGARET E. BOLZ Talks a mile a minute . . . cute and bubbling . . . Activity Com- mittee . . . Bowling Club . . . F.T.A .... Spanish Club . . . teaches Sunday School . . . Church Choir . . . President of Senior Luther League . . . enioys ice-skating and swimming , . . accomplished cook . . . plans a future in elementary school teaching . . . always with a smile . . .lots of fun and laughter . . . "PeQ9Y-" JOHN PAUL BRENNAN Varsity Track . . . S.C.B. . . . Fire Patrol . . . loves the week- ends and summers . . . Health Club . . . Varsity Wrestling . . . good-natured and friendly . . . "Paul," JENNIFER S. BOCK Long brown hair that's'never out of place . . . softspoken and so nice to know , . . green eyes . . . faithful member of Orientation and Steering Committees . . . Humanities, French Clubs . . . Mast Girls' Write-ups . . .Junior Class Executive Board . . . tal- ented musician-tlute player in Band and Orchestra, pianist of highest order with several pupils to prove it . . . Church Youth Fellowship Social Chairman . . . hard-working Band Librarian . . . always willing to lend a helping hand . . . sweet as they come . . . loved by all . . . "Jenny." FRANCIS J. BOSCH New to G.C. from Chile in his iunior year . . . all around ath- lete . . . Captain of Baseball team and President of class in Chile . . . Varsity Soccer . . . "Frank." PATRICIA A. BOCK As sweet as they come . . . a wacky streak . . . Girls' Chorus Librarian . , . perpetual home- room officer . . . Secretary of Orientation Committee . . .Span- ish Club . . . Folksong Club . . . musically inclined . . . one of Mr. Konowitz's dedicated ac- companists . , . Concert Choir ...teaches piano . . .a true and loyal friend . . . "Patsy." PAUL BRADLEY Quiet and mild-mannered . . . a good dresser . . . Varsity Soc- cer and Track . . . Latin Club . . . C.Y.O .... trips to Boston . . . well-liked . . . always a friendly smile . . . "Boo" . . . "Brad." PETER BORSARI Amiable . . . girls and fun al- ways follow him . . . homeroom offices . . . enioys water skiing ... "Don't worry." . . . "Bozo." ROBERT T. BRENNAN New addition to Garden City from Waldwick, New Jersey . . . baseball and football enthusiast . . . interested in cars . . . Work- ing man . . . summers spent swimming and surfing . . . inter- esting personality . . . "Bob." Page 35 NELSON BREWER Varsity Soccer . . . excellent gymnast . . . Chefs' Club . . . enioys water skiing . . . well- known man around school . . . wheels a hot new Austin Healy . . . a faithful friend . . . "Nei," LAUREN L. BROWN On the quiet side . . . lights up when she smiles . . . friendly to all . . . eager volleyball player . . . restrictions are not for her . . . outdoor girl . . . braves the wilds to go camping . . . "But l'm telling you, l didn't!" . . . "Laur." THOMAS J. BROWN Hard-working President of Hu- manities Club . . . Chefs' Club . . . S.C.B .... summer chef at Syracuse University . . . likes abstract art and cooking , . . congenial . . . "Tom," J. MARJORY BURRUS Bright red hair and blue eyes... a working girl . . . vivacious multilinguist . . . world wide traveler . . . returned last year to us from Boston . . . "Marge." Page 36 MARION F. BROWN Bubbling personality . . , friendly and considerate . . . Election Committee . . . French Club . . . Social Committee . . . athleti- cally inclined . . .a well-dressed miss . . . talented with a needle and thread . . . infectious laugh . . . mischievous gleam in her eye . . . "Brownie." CAROL R. BUTERA Short and sweet . . . loquacious . . . expressive green eyes . . . interests lie with Spanish and math . . .member of "Emanons" . . . music fan . . . aspires to be a secretary . . . "You lose" . . . "Mouse." ARTHUR J. BROWN Tall and friendly . . . Red Cross . . . Activity Committee . . . Humanities Club . . . Confrater- nity . . . enioys boating and painting . . . "All right already" . . . "Arty." ANITA H. BUDKE A tall blonde . . . German Club . . . Art Club . . . veteran maior- ette . . . violin player in the Orchestra . . . sweet and unas- suming . . . sincere friend . . . F.T.A .... Junior Prom Deco- rating Committee . . . Church Choir . . . European traveler . . . Luther League. EDMOND M. BUTLER Riflery . . . Humanities . . . Span- ish Club . . . Chefs' Club . . . summers in Connecticut . . . water and snow skiing enthusi- ast . . . a loyal friend . . . "Ted," ELIZABETH A. CANIVAN Genuine Irish smile for every- one . . . never an unkind word . . . Candy Striper . . . dreams of a trip to Hawaii . . . sports enthusiast . . . at home in the saddle . . . ready and willing to lend a hand . . . a touch of naivete . . . sweet and sincere ..,"Betty." RICHARD D. CAINE Executive Board , . . two rings and moccasins . . . Varsity Soc- cer . . . Gymnastics Club . . . Fire Patrol. . . Varsity Club . . . enjoys scuba diving and water skiing . . . good-looking , , . half of a perfect couple . . . "Ricky." ALAN CAREY Known for his height and green eyes . . . enioys working on cars . . . always having a good time . . . lives for weekends . . . "Nick." ALAN B. CAMPBELL Makes a living avoiding S.C.B.'s . . . likes basketball and girls . . . spends his summers in the Virgin Islands . . . Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity . . . never a dull moment. . . "Al," ROBERT A. CARNEGIE Dark and good looking . . . fine Varsity Wrestler . . . German Club . . . Folksong Club . . . Varsity Soccer and Track . . . Gymnastics Team . . . talented bass guitarist . . . B.A.A. Rep- resentative . . . that Honda 160 . . .attable and considerate . . . "Bob," PAUL J. BYRNE A friendly man around school . . . Fire Auxiliary . . . Fire Patrol . . . Chess Club . . . l.B.L. . . . enioys chasing tire trucks . . . Concert Choir . . . a quiet humor . . . "Berne." LINDA C. CAPOBIANCO Long shiny black hair . . . viva- cious . . . F.T.A .... Social Com- mittee . . . Snow Queen's Court . . . homeroom omcer . . .Treas- urer of Phi Tau Sorority , . . sparkling personality . . . natu- rally friendly. Page 37 RICHARD V. CARPENTER Transfer from Chaminade . . . Varsity Track, Basketball, and Ice Hockey . . . enioys gymnas- tics . . . hates girls and dances . . . likes all sports . . . future bachelor . . . "Dick." THOMAS A. CASELLI Member of the Band, Orchestra and Dance Band . . . Red Cross . . . loves food and cars . . . always something to say . . . "Tom" . . . proud owner of an MG and a Ducati 200 . . . "Itch," HELEN T. CATANZARO Long, shiny black hair . . . a bubbling personality . . . petite with big brown eyes . . . un- inhibited . . . loves fishing and horseback riding . . . enioys good company and good times . . . Snow Queen's Court . . . "Hi there!" . . . "Toni." LOIS A. CARTNICK Silky brown hair . . . a dark and beautiful complexion . . . Exec- utive Board . . . French Club Vice-President . . . Girls' Chorus Vice-President . . . Mast Adver- tising coordinator . . , Folksong Club Vice-President . . . Way- side Trio . . . Humanities Club . . . Orientation Committee . . . Concert Choir . . . softball player ...speaks her mind . . . a sense of humor all her own . . . a definite devilish streak . . . "Lo." MARGO .L.. CHAGOLL Practical and dedicated Co- editor of Mast . . .always dash- ing somewhere . . . deep brown eyes and a smile for all . . . G.C.'s ambassadress to Spain . . . President of Spanish Club . . . Treasurer of F.T.A .... Sun- day School teacher . . . Editor of Fiesta . . . S.C.B .... National Honor Society . . . Quill and Scroll . . . French Club . . . Cathedral Girls' Choir . . . gift of gab . . . "That's bold!" . . . "Mighti-Margs." JON CHRIST Friendly and atfable . . . Varsity Wrestling . . . Library Staff . . . Chefs' Club . . . Varsity Track . . . Concert Choir . . . avid piano player. . . his "G.l." hat . . . unique sense of humor . . . ..J C .. Page 38 T. MICHAEL CASTROE A transfer student. . . Masquers . . . Golf Team . . . interesting vocal opinions . . . Chemistry Club . . . Basketball . . . enioys fiying . . . an offbeat artist . . . "Mike." STEVEN CHU Tennis . . . Band . . . Dance Band . . . Orchestra . . . Math- letes . . . Physics Club . . . intra- mural volleyball . . . N.S.F. at Manhattan College . . . enioys reading and football . . . scien- tifically minded , . . "Steve." ROBERT CLARKSON Blond and good looking . . . a swimming and riding enthusiast . . . Varsity Golf . . . Fire Patrol . . . Office help . . .avid dancer , , homeroom parliamentarian . . . "Bobby." WILLIAM M. CONNOR Good looking . . . Student Coun- cil Alternate . . . Masquers . . . Chefs' Club . . . Fire Patrol . . . Chess Club . . . Varsity Football and Track . . . "Squamish" star . . . likes fast cars . . , attends G.C. Library nightly . . . "Mike," MADGE L. CLAIBORNE A rare natural blonde'. . . Office worker . . . a smile comes easily . . . Modern Dance . . . F.T.A. . . . Library Staff . . . vacations in Florida . . . kind and con- siderate . . . a wonderful friend . . . seemingly reserved but truly zany at heart . . . attraction for the unusual . . . "Happy." DONALD T. COHN Folksong Club . . . member of a rock 'n roll band . . . that long hair . . . Chemistry Club . . . ritlery . . . "Don." KATHLEEN M. CLARKE Effervescent with a devilish smile . . .a girl of sophisticated tastes . . . Humanities . . . Election Committee . . . Mast Girls' Write-ups and Advertising . . . Vice-Prefect of Sodality , , , So- cial Committee . . . French Club . . . an avid tennis player . . . a memorable summer in France . . . a closetful of beautiful clothes . . . cute and sweet . . . "Katchy." PATRICIA M. CONNOLLY Avid water-skier . . . an eye for clothes . . . Saks Fifth Avenue Fashion Board . . . F.N.A. . . . knit one, pearl two girl . . . Lost and Found . . . volleyball enthusiast . . . summers in Mat- tituck . . . partial to the college set. . . "Pat." KATHLEEN A. CODY Energetic and loquacious F.N.A .... Spanish Club . . Club . . . Guidance Aide summer Candy Striper . . complished equestrienne vacations in upstate New . . . a laugh all her own "Kathy," Z Art . Ac- York This passing moment is an edifice Which the Omnipotent cannot rebuild. -Emerson Page 39 DIANE M. CORRIGAN Petite bundle of energy . . . artistically inclined . . . Art Club . . . affinity for the unusual . . . Activity Office Aide . . . Mast Girls' Write-ups . . . homeroom officer . . . unlimited wardrobe . . , cute and vivacious ...takes life as it comes. VALERIE A. CUKIERSKI One of the smaller set. . . F.T.A. . . . homeroom officer . . .seldom seen alone . . . never at a loss for words . . . effervescent . . . bundle of energy . . . outspoken .. .. Val. Page 40 LINDA R. CROSBY Tall and attractive . . . Human- ities Club . . . Organ Club . . . Sodality . . . teaches retarded children . . . avid guitarist . . . European traveler . . . enioys horseback riding . . . "I don't believe it!" . . . "Crosb." SHARON A. DALY Longs to bei 5'2" . . . staunch supporter of her causes . . . Secretary of Garden City Teen- age Republicans . . . avid writer of letters . . . blank verse poet- ess . . . F.T.A .... German and French Clubs . . . summers in Vermont . . . "What's new be- sides nothing?" . . . "Shari," r L I KATHLEEN A. CUFF Tall and striking . . . Social Com- mittee . . . Magazine Drive Homeroom Captain . . . Concert Choir . . . half of a well known duo . . . Assistant Treasurer of Phi Tau Rho Sorority . . . never misses a party . . . "Kathy" . . . "Cuffy." WILLIAM DANKS Tennis and wrestling . . . Chefs' Club . . . Varsity Lacrosse . . . "Banzai Surfer" . . . enioys football and wild parties . . . couIdn't wait to get his license . . . "Cube" . . . "BilI." JANET M. CREIGHTON Blue eyes and freckles . . . as cute as they come . . . Modern Dance . . . F.T.A .... Art Pub- licity Committee . . . lively and lots of fun . . .future in teaching . . . summers in Illinois . . . "Oh, gosh!" . . . "Jan," DIANE I. DAHL A perennial smile . . . Band . . . Orchestra . . . Folksong Club . . . Social Committee . . . F.T.A. . . . world traveler . . . a lovely voice . . . Church Choir . . . a hard worker in Luther League . . . accomplished pianist and violinist . . . amiable. DONNA M. DARCY On the quiet side . . . Handbook and Election Committee . . . loves the beach . . . a guitar strummer . . . lives for weekends and vacations . . . will always remember the week in Elwood. JANET M. DIEBOLD Soft brown hair and eyes . . the essence of femininity . . . Secretary of German Club . . . Modern Dance . . . artistically inclined, . . . often seen at the beach . . . prizes her license . . . "Jan" . . . "Doodles," MARILYN DEAN Long brown hair . . . a world traveler . . . Girls' Chorus . . . at home on a horse . . . worked at G.C. Public Library . . . Hu- manities . . . a passion for food . . . Girls' Biology Club . . . Mast Girls' Write-ups . . . partial to swimming and water skiing . . . "Dean-o." EUGENE R. DIGERONIMO Strong, dark personality . . . always on the go . . . avid car mechanic . . . a way with the girls . . . a veteran workingman . . . wrestling . . . frequent beach clweller . . . a rugged individual . . . "Gene" . . . "D.G." ARISTIDE DELYANIS Dedicated to everything he un- dertakes . . . National Honor Society . . . Physics Club Treas- urer . . . J.V. Football and La- crosse . . . Band , . . intramural basketball and volleyball . . . enioys hunting and fishing . . . an inquiring mind . . . "Ted," JAMES W. DlLLMAN Quiet and dependable . . . help- ful to all . . . Orientation Com- mittee . . . Latin Club . . . Span- ish Club . . . veteran member of the G.C. Swimming Team . . . liked by all who know him . . . njimhn LESLIE C. DAVIDSON Brown-eyed blonde . . . world traveler . . . independent . . . fun-loving . . . likes to dance .. . Lost and Found . . .summers at Westhampton . . . loves long hair and boots . . . memories of her Mediterranean cruise . . . "Snippy." LINDA DIETZ An individualist . . . likes music, painting and writing . . . Con- cert Choir, Girls' Chorus . . . French Club . . . looks forward to college . . . wants to loin the Peace Corps . . . friendly to all. Page 4l ELIZABETH L. DOLAN Freckled, green-eyed Model "T" driver . . . lab assistant . . . President of Biology Club . . . enioys water skiing , . . Latin Club . . . likes the exotic ancl ancient . . . Handbook Commit- tee . . . intellectual . . . "Liz" . . . "Ruffy." LOIS E. DREH ER Always cheerful . . . Secretary of F.T.A .... Girls' Chorus Vice- President . . . sweet and sincere . . . President of church group . . . Band . . .a summer traveler . . . lends a sympathetic ear . . . pretty brown eyes . . . a frequent chuckle. Page 42 DEA A. DOBBINS Blonde hair and green eyes . . . Vice-President of Biology Club . . . Humanities . . . F.N.A. . . . Candy Striper . . . bowling and riding enthusiast. . . summers in Missouri . . . partial to blue . . . aspires to be a nurse . . . lo- quacious . . . "Dobbie." PHILIP G. DOOLEY Varsity Track Co-Captain . . . Mast Boys' Sports Co-Editor . . . folksinger . . . tall and good- looking . . . Folksong Club . . . respected and well-liked , . . "Phil." EDWARD B. DOCHERTY One of G.C.'s tallest . . . friendly and good-natured . . . Physics Club . . . Vice-President of For- eign Policy Forum . . . Treasurer of Nassau County Teen-Age Re- publicans . . . "Ed." SUSAN M. DOUGLAS Tall and reserved . . . F.T.A. . . . Concert Choir and Girls' Chorus . . . Humanities Club . . . a future teacher . . . summers at Cape Cod . . . sincere . . . "Grief" ..."Sue." JOHN F. DONOVAN Election Committee . . - soccer . . . golf . . . active in church . . . enthusiastic skiier and hockey player . . . fine dresser . . . loves to laugh . . . loqua- cious. KATH RYN Y. DU Beautiful black hair and brown eyes . . . French Club President . . . Mixed Chorus . . . F.N.A. . . . Y.P.F .... Candy Striper . . . quiet and efficient . . . "Kathy." ff' if JOAN P. EBERLE Tall and slim . . . Treasurer ot F.T.A .... sports-minded . . . sings in her church choir . . . loves horseback riding . . . good sense of humor . , . individual . . . fun to be with . . . loyal friend . . . intelligent. NANCY C. EHMANN Fun to be with . . . a dry sense of humor . . . loyal section lead- er of Concert Choir . . . plays a wild cello . . . Orchestra and String Quartet . . . adores spa- ghetti . . . Co-Captain of the Color Guard . . . summers in New Hampshire . . . dedicated Sunday School teacher . . . Christian Growth Chairman of church youth league . . . lives for vacations. MAUREEN E. DWYER Curly brown hair and lively green eyes . . . Concert Choir . . . Celestones . . . talented pianist . . . Ink Spots . . . Mast Girls' Write-ups . . . Latin Club . . . Sodality and Confraternity . . . adept on a tennis court. . . those summers in Westhampton . . . "Maur" . . . "Washa- Dwya." ALEXANDER ECKMANN Very tall and good-looking , . . G.C.'s ambassador to Norway . . . Student Citizenship Board . . . Student Council Delegate . . . Mast Art Co-Editor . . . Varsity Tennis . . . Creative Arts Festival contributor . . . loves skiing in Vermont . . "Hey, 'V', let's get serious." . . well-liked . . . "Lex." CRAIG P. EBERLE Outspoken individual . . . Chair- man of Steering Committee . . . Budget Committee . . . Varsity Soccer and Lacrosse . . . intra- mural volleyball and basketball . . . a Sunday School teacher . . . summer oftice maintenance worker in New York . . . varied interests . . . serious and re- spected member ofthe class. WILLIAM H. EGGERS Assembly Committee . . . Echo's photography editor . . . Tech- nical director . . . initiated Masquers . . . likes photography, electronics, and Southampton summers . . . friendly to all . . . "Bill " ::- I.--,uit 1 My .M-tr . f wsf-yfggef'--,jd .. J . - - ,f::' E:": 1. -' ,sf':kr55E'!5EE 'i 5 i'l'5?L:"f'tt5iiA4s--1 fm , :.- , . g:,,:q3:..:-iE:g':vt,"Li, :Lk :- THOMAS M. ECKIS Forever smiling . . . Chemistry Club . . . Chefs' Club . . . Masquers . . . Fire Patrol . . . I.V.L .... knows where the par- ties are . , . intelligent and help- ful . . . "Tom" . . . "Big E." RICHARD E. EPPLER Friendly and easy to get to know . . . Homeroom officer . . . Exec- utive Board . . . Election Com- mittee . . . Chefs' Club . . . latin Club . . . likes water and snow skiing . . . sailing and golf . . . "sidewalk surfer" . . . an aspir- ing architect . . . strange hats . . . Mohawk Mountain winters, Connecticut summers . . . "Rick." Page 43 THOMAS E. ERHARDT Homeroom officer. . . Fire Patrol and Auxiliary . . . crazy about cars . . . after school worker . . . "The Blossom" . . . likes suede and corduroy . . . "Tom" ..."Pygmy." LAURA FIELDSTEEL Dark expressive eyes . . . Stu- dent Council Delegate. . .Steer- ing Committee . . . avid modern dancer . . . economic forum . . . diligent worker for Echo . . . enthusiastic chairman of Man Lai King Committee. Page 44 BYRON D. FELLOWS Friendly and a willing helper... President and Secretary of For- eign Policy Forum . . . Photo Club . . . outspoken . . . Chefs' Club . . . Student Store . . . fol- lows winter sports as a hobby. STEPHEN FLAHERTY Nice guy to know . . . sports enthusiast . . . skiing and bas- ketball . . . Gymnastics Club . . . crazy about the weekends . . . "Steve" . . . "Weed." ROBERTA D. FENIK Hazel eyes . . . collects stuffed animals . . . Secretary of Photo Club . . . F.T.A .... Girls' Chorus . . . Concert Choir . . . Festival- aires . . . L.l.F.T.Y .... loves to sing . . . enioys working with children . . . "Bobbie" . . . "Rob- bie." ANDREW T. FLANAGAN President of A.V. squad . . . in- terest in photography . . . First Lieutenant of Fire Patrol . . . civil defense . . . drummer in a rock 'n roll band . . . Rifiery . . . partial to Corvairs . . .good sense of humor . . . "Andy" . .. "Fireman." STUART W. FAXON Likes slot racing and model cars . . . records and drums . . . hates haircuts . . . friendly to friendly people . . . "Ragnar" . . . "There are cows in my bed". . . "Stu" . . . "Gritch." exif, ' -J izitiliiilfii ' ef -.eggs f f 4 -si MICHAEL G. FITZGERALD Enioys the weekends . . . foot- ball and lacrosse . . . Chefs' Club . . . Fire Patrol . . . C.Y.O. . . . softball . . . l.B.L. . . . un- usual sense of humor . . . "Fitz," CAROLE J. FLANAGAN Long, light brown hair . . . blue eyes . . . F.T.A .... French Club . . . Activity Committee . . . Mast Girls' Write-ups . . . summers at Peconic . . . loves sailing and swimming . . . C.Y.O .... de- vours Italian food . . . hates the color orange . . . a future world traveler . . . aspires to be a teacher . . . "Flon," RAYMOND J. FONTANA Likes football and softball . . . fine guitarist of the "Velvetones" . . . works after school at the A8rP . . . really swings with his band , . . "Ray," sa V - fills lsfQf.ED" 2 f-1 -M - WILLIAM J. FLEMING Transfer from Chaminade . . . KATHRYN E. FOEHR Dazzling red hair and a con- football . . . basketball . . . tinuous smile . . . a nice girl to Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity know . . . Student Council Alter- . . . interested in history . . . HOLE Dele9C1te...Concert Choir wants to goto Georgetown . . . . . . a fiair for art . . . Art Club a future in the Foreign Service . . . Art Publicity Committee , . , .. . "Bronc." Girls' Chorus . . . spurts of en- thusiasm . . . cheery eyes to go with that smile . . . German Club . . . summers in Connecticut . . . Orientation Committee . . . gum drop and ielly bean fan . . . "Kitty." SISSEL FOUGNER Straight from Norway with the blonde hair and blue eyes to prove it . . . musician in every sense of the word . . .Madrigals . . . Mixed Chorus . . . Concert Choir V.P .... Celestones Li- brarian . . . Folksong Club en- thusiast . . . Wayside Trio Sing- ers . . . a golden voice . . . pianist . . . adept on a tennis court . . . Masquers . . . Lincoln Center Award winner . . .Junior Guard . . . "Cici." GERALD S. FRANK A hard worker . . . quiet and reserved . . . friendly . . . Li- brary Staff . . . Art Club . . . softball . . . art enthusiast . . . a paper route . . . a helpful friend . . . "Gerry." JONATHAN F. FLEMING Secretary of Economics Club . . . enioys water skiing, bowling, and tennis . . . capable A.V. operator . . . "Jon." ANN S. FORSHAY lndispensible member of Senior Class . . . Secretary of S.C.B.'s . . . Junior Class Secretary . . . G.A.A. Vice-President . . . Var- sity Cheerleader . . . Mast Girls' Sports Co-Editor . . . invaluable member of all sports teams . . . Junior Honor Guard . . . Election Committee . . . female half of a well-known combo . . . won- derful friend . . . always on the go. . . "Annie", "Fannie," Page 45 ELLIN J. FREDRICKSEN A girl of varied interests . . . Secretary and former Chairman of Judiciary Committee . . . Masquers' Costume Chairman . . . Senior Class Executive Board . . . speaks her mind . . . Latin Club . . . softball . . . Sunday School teacher . . . loves sum- mer, golf and swimming . , . Mast Girls' Write-ups . . . hates getting up on school days . . . "C'est la vie." . . . "Ell." VINCENT M. GALTERIO Homeroom officer . . . QOOCL sense of humor . . . Chefs' Club . . . Library Staff . . . an auto- motive genius . . . a diligent musician . . . friendly and affa- ble . . . "Vinny." Page 46 MARTHA E. FRANSON Attractive and tlirtatious . . . Publicity Secretary for Masquers . . . Student Council Delegate . . , Activity and Social Commit- tees . . . Junior Guard . . . Church Choir . . . French and Latin Clubs . . . Folksong Club . . . tries anything once . , . Hu- manities . . . Concert Choir . . . girl tenor in Festivalaires . . . streak of wildness . . . teaches Sunday School . . . devoted to fun and laughter. PAMELA FREY Full of fun . . . Activity Commit- tee . . . F.N.A .... Girls' Chorus . . . Candy Striper . . . works for the Heart Fund , . . proud of her license . . .a crazy streak . . . "Pam" . . . "Fray." ROBERT J. FRANZ Physics Club . . .Chess Club . . . Foreign Policy Forum . . . Elec- tion Committee . . . always late to homeroom . . . Latin Club . . . avid stamp collector . . . home- room Sergeant-at-arms , . . small but makes his presence felt . . . loves cars and gadgets . . . "Fearless Franz" . . . "Bob," DEBORAH K. FRITTS Speaks her mind . . . meticulous, hardworking, and dependable . . . enviable complexion . . . Mast Activity Co-Editor . . . Spanish Club Secretary-Treas- urer . . . Fiesta . . . terror of the S.C.B, squad . . , summers at Sag Harbor . . . Quill and Scroll . . . F.T.A. Teacher's Aide . . . a fish in the water . . . definite artistic flair . . . "Debbie." NORINE E. FREEMAN Talkative and enthusiastic . . . F.T.A .... a serious student . . . Color Guard . . . Folksong Club . . . an individualist . . . Concert Choir . . . '65 Girl Scout Round- up . . . persuasive magazine salesman . . . a music lover . . . wild about cats. ROBERT A. GATES Chairman of the Health and Safety Committee . . . Physics Club . . . Humanities Club . . . Echo . . .Civil War Round Table of New York . . . on the quiet side. . . "Bob," DOUGLAS GEORGE Homeroom Vice-President and Parliamentarian . . . Band . . . Physics Club . . . Varsity Soccer and Track . . . Library Staff . . . on the quiet side . . . avid out- doorsman and Scout . . . friend to all. . . "Doug." RONALD L. GINNS Business Manager of Gedanken der .lugend . . . Echo Editor-in- Chief . . . Quill and Scroll Soci- ety . . . National Honor Society . . . N.S.F. summers . . . works at G.C. Library . . . member of G.C.'s "lt's Academic" team . . . brilliant and hardworking . . . "Ron," SUSAN B GATES RICHARD GENSEL A blonde . . . office aide . . . Track . . . gymnastics . . . expert often seen at Islip . . . loves the skier . . . Chefs' Club . . . motor- beach . . . looks forward to an cycle enthusiast . . . Fire Patrol Hawaiian summer . . . loves the . . . racy ieep . . . friendly and zoo . . . weekend excursions . . . "Should I go to work?" . . . nsue ., THOMAS A. GILBERT Strikingly intelligent . . . ultra individualistic . . . National Merit Semi-Finalist . . . rarely seen alone , . , Echo and Mast Pho- tographer , , , "lt's Academic" T.V. team . . . loyal friend . . . nice guy to know . . . "Tom." helpful . . . "Dick." GLORIA D. GILKES Renowned red hair and spar- kling blue eyes . . . a unique per- sonality . . . Vice-President of Sophomore Class . . . Delegate and Secretary of the G.A.A .... Co-Captain of Varsity Cheering . . . Secretary of Social Commit- tee. . . S.C.B .... makes the gym her home . . . an addition to every sports team . . . volunteer worker at Nassau Hospital . . . a devil at heart . . . "Scarlet." CHARLES GIANNASIO Varsity Football and Basketball . . . enioys golf, swimming, and reading . . . a serious and in- telligent student . , , Varsity Baseball . . . dislikes anything that is convenient to dislike . . . "Lurch" . . . "Chuck," The present is the necessary product of all the past, the necessary cause of all the future. R. G. Ingersoll Page 47 GLENN GIORDANO Avid sports enthusiast . . . espe- cially enioys baseball and bas- ketball . . . hobbies include col- lecting records, playing the drums and guitar . . . "Wherever you go, there you are." . . . a hard worker . . . "GIenn." SARAH E. GOODWIN An easy smile . . . partial to blue . . . Mast Girls' Write-ups . . . basketball, volleyball, mod- ern dance . . . Masquers . . . enioys water ballet . . . horse- back riding fan . . . a silly streak . . . warm and friendly. Page 48 JUDITH L. GOETZ Reserved . . . big brown eyes , . . beautiful wardrobe . . . Ac- tivity Oftice worker . . . part- time model . . . B.B.G. member . . . Candy Striper . . . modern dancer . . , sketching and paint- ing enthusiast . . . plans to be- come a fashion designer. t sei' i :st l ROBERT M. GORIN, JR. Good-natured guy . . . Man- ager of Varsity Track and Cross Country . . . Judiciary Commit- tee . . . Foreign Policy Forum . . . l.V.L. star . . . humorous and friendly . . . "Bob." JAMES M. GOODWILLIE Takes life as it comes . . . Mast Business Manager. . . intelligent mind . . . Physics Club . . . Ger- man Club Treasurer . . . Varsity Soccer Manager . . . intramural basketball . . . Junior Vestry ... at home on a surfboard . . . photography bug . . . relaxed ..."Jim," my Q -, . , ,. U M g .N QM , .sr , , 1 ,I - ' ,, 3A : f ' -'sstgwaft -' Q R K5Q21asfwikiiefsassseifeslfsssmf' S ztkwysszgeausssisiszfaiissa WILLIAM GRAF Came into town on a cycle and a G.T.O .... baseball . . . swim- ming . . . Chefs' Club . . . water skiing instructor . . . sharp dresser . . . "WiIly." LILYAN M. GODOY Friendly and affable . . . inter- ests center around a certain life- guard . . . future beautician . . . "I sold my quota!" . . . "LiI." PATRICIA GORDON Loves the collegiate look . . . surfing and summers in Seacliff . . . works at Franklin Simon . . . F.T.A .... "Well, I'm almost l8!" . . . "Patti," KATHERINE E. GRAY Mysterious hazel eyes . . .knows the meaning of friendship . . . Lost and Found . . . one of Miss Snyder's girls . . . summers in Easthampton . . . water skiing and surfing fan . . . "Kathy." CRAIG R. GREINER Blond and good-looking . . . casual personality . . . rarely seen alone . . . Varsity Soccer, Basketball, Baseball . . .efficient S.C.B .... water skiing enthusi- ast . . . very amiable . . . well liked by all. '5 WILLIAM H. GREEN III Outspoken individual . . . Cap- tain of Varsity Wrestling . . . Student Council Delegate . . . Troian Athletic Club . . . Varsity Club . . . Varsity Lacrosse . . . Fire Patrol . . . Young Americans for Freedom . . . dislikes boys who look like girls . . . "Bean." JOHN GUILD Distinctive blond hair and blue eyes . . . loves the beach . . . enioys swimming and surfing . . . car and football enthusiast . . . a friendly person . . . "Gio- vannil" ARTHUR T. GREER Senior Class Executive Board . . . Chefs' Club . . . Captain of Var- sity Rifiery . . . always smiling . . . looks on the brighter side . . . skiing and swimming enthu- siast . . . good-looking . . .well- liked . . . "Art," JANE E. HAAG A smile and a kind word for everyone . . . sparkling brown eyes . . . responsible and capa- ble . . . Activity Committee Chairman . . . Junior Honor Guard . . .Student Council Dele- gate . . . contagious giggle . . . energetic S.C.B .... Folksong Club . . . Vice-President of French Club . . . a loyal friend . . . Election Committee . . . Pil- grim Fellowship . . . industrious student . . . respected by all . . . "Janie." WILLIAM M. GRAY Varsity Cross Country and Track Co-Captain . . . Assembly Com- mittee . . . Masquers . . . swim- mer and diver . . .enioys surfing and weekends . . . friendly to all . . . "Bill," STEVEN GROSSBARD Spanish Club.. . Chemistry Club . . . Varsity Tennis, Track, and Bowling . . .aspires to be a den- tist or a lawyer . . . an intelligent and hard-working student . . . "Steve." Page 49 DIANNE E. HALL Loquacious and often witty . . . Literary Editor of Mast . . . Con- cert Choir . . . our ambassadress to Sweden . . . Echo . . . church choir and fellowship . . . Na- tional Honor Society . . . Maga- zine Drive . . . National Merit Semi-finalist . . . initiated Mas- quers member . . . loves folk music . . . makes a living baby- sitting . . . beautiful eyes . . . "Di." WILLIAM O. HART Tall, blond, good-looking . . . Varsity Football . . . Chefs' Club . . . quite a lady-killer . . . pitcher on Varsity Baseball team . . . a weekend man . . . runs "Augie's" . . , l.B.L .... a great guy to know... "Bill," Page 50 l Sei CHARLES M. HABERKERN Everything a person should be . . . ubiquitous Co-editor of Mast . . . diligent worker behind many enterprises . . . Steering Committee . . . Latin Club . . . sincere and profound . . . For- eign Policy Forum . . . consider- ate and dependable . . . intelli- gence personified . . . National Honor Society Vice-President. . . veteran S.C.B .... unforgettable Class Historian . . .Junior Usher . . . the beach at night . . . de- mented sense of humor . . .well dressed . . . perceptive person- ality . . . respected by all . . . "Charlie." ijzgvg ,, JOSEPH HAMILTON Varied interests . . . Homeroom Officer . . . looks for the funny side of things . . . personable . . . dislikes school and home- work . . . "Joe," SARA E. HAHN Natural blonde hair . . . blue eyes . . . Student Council Dele- gate . . . Chantecler . . . Masquers . . . Social Committee . . . Mast write-ups . . . remem- bers summers in Mexico . . . loves water sports and life guards . . . future psychologist . . . quietly sweet. PHILIP HAMROCK Homeroom Sergeant-at-arms . . . Masquers . . . Gymnastics . . . Concert Choir double bass . . . Chefs' Club . . . enioys skiing and sailing . . . Y.O. Board . . . "Phil." MARJO RY R. HALSTEAD One of G.C.'s tiniest . . . Sec- retary of the Speech and Debate Club . . . Y.P.F .... Concert Choir . . . Cornelia Cotillion Debutante . . .German Club . . . Folksong Club . . . summer at Lake Champlain . . . "Marge." GEORGE C. HARVEY "The Rock of Gibraltar" . . . Physics Club . . . Fire Patrol . . . German Club . . . Soiree A.C. . . . Civil Defense . . . The "Brew Crew" . . . "Curly." KATHLEEN R. HEALY Has definite opinions . . . former Secretary of Masquers . . . Chairman of Assembly Commit- tee . . . Co-Chairman of Light- ing in Masquers . . . President of Celestones . . . former Sec- retary of Concert Choir . . . industrious S.C.B. . . . Honor Society . . . Folksong Club . . . Treasurer of Senior Sodality . . . Confraternity . . . Junior Honor Guard . . . always on the go . . . "Glutte." EDMUND l. HESS Unique character . . . Physics Club . . . enioys driving and drawing . . . a car designer . . . enioys the weekends . . . "Ed." CAROLYN HAYES A blue-eyed blonde . . . effer- vescent personality . . . Junior Class Assistant Social Chairman . . . Phi Tau Rho . . . unforget- table laugh . . . Concert Choir, Celestones . . . President of Mixed Chorus . . . the other half of the emceeing duo of the Talent Show . . . a familiar fig- ure in Masquers productions . . . a wild sense of humor . . . As- sembly Committee . . . abhors the dentist . . . hockey and vol- leyball enthusiast . . . church choir . . . Y.P.F .... contagious- ly happy . . . "Carrie," DONALD F. HEITZMANN Scientific whiz . . . President of Physics Club . . . Radio Club . . . Technical Director . . . Chess Club . . . ham radio operator . . . always ready with a ioke . . . "Don." GERALD S. HEALY Varsity Football . . . Masquers . . . Assembly Committee . . . enioys all sports . . .good danc- er . . . conscientious S.C.B. . . . respected and liked . . . Presi- dent of Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity . . . "Jerry." PATRICIA A. HENNING Tall and attractive . . . beautiful figure . . . Magazine Drive . . . former J.V. Cheerleader . . . athletic tendencies . . . model at Sak's . . . Candy Striper . . . Sunday School teacher . . . sum- mers at camp. . . loves cats . . . proficient seamstress . . . "Pat" . . . "Pattie." JONATHAN HEIDELBERGER Respected and effective Student Council President . . . Junior Class Treasurer . . . Cross Coun- try and Track . . . a definite opinion on everything . . . Jun- ior Usher . . . intelligence plus . . . ideas with plans to achieve them . . . passion for blondes and sailing . . . a relaxed way of life . . . "Get out of my life!" . . . Jon. LINDA A. HICKEY Congenial personality . . . Guid- ance Aide . . . homeroom officer . . . one of the working set. . . avid horseback rider and swim- mer . . . always laughing and a ioke for every occasion . . . vociferous and zany. Page 57 RANDALL H. HICKS Friendly and respected , . . French Club . . . Chefs' Club . . . Varsity Football and Lacrosse . . . Class Executive Board . . . determined . . . never alone. . . Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity .. . "Sandy," PETER S. HILL Capable Manager of Varsity Baseball . . . Varsity Football . . . enioys all sports . . . good- natured and friendly . . . always a smile for everyone . . . works on weekends . . . "Pete" . . . "Curly." Page 52 BRUCE E. HILL Homeroom oFIicer . . . enioys water skiing and caring for his tropical fish . . . interested in clubs . . . deep blue eyes. CAROL J. HIPP "When Irish eyes are smiling" . . . Lost and Found . . . Knitting . . . a working girl . . . Break- fast Club . . . Confraternity . . . a whiz with yarn . . . lots of fun. JEFFERY HILL Easy to know . . . always willing to lend a helping hand . . .Var- sity Baseball . . . sports enthu- siast . . . a working man . . . summers in Connecticut . . . fu- ture policeman . . . "Jeff." JILL HOBSON One of G.C.'s cutest . . . blonde hair and sparkling blue eyes . . . Mast Girls' Write-ups Co-editor . . . a natural flair for music , . . Celestones Secretary-Treasurer . . . Concert Choir . . . President of Folksong Club.. . G.C.'s viva- cious ambassadress to Norway . . . Senior Class Secretary . . . Color Guard Co-Captain . . . Student Faculty Relations Board . . . Masquers . . . Election Com- mittee . . . dependable S.C.B. . . . summers at Westhampton Beach . . . slightly fickle . . . infectious giggle . . . so nice to know . . . "about Westhamp- ton . . ." LYNN F. HILE Gorgeous hair and freckles galore . . . Vice-President of Organ Club . . . Art Publicity Committee . . . Humanities . . . Folksong Club . , . weekends in Europe . . . French Club . . .Art Club . . . church organist . . . hilarious to be with , . . plays the mandolin . . , the ideal of slimness. DAVID J. HINMAN Assembly Committee . . . Folk- song Club . . . enioys bowling and baseball. . . Band . . .likes everybody and is well liked . . . great on a trumpet . , , "Big Dave." LOUISE I. HOLFELDER Devilish eyes . . . scatter-brained . . . F.N.A .... Lost and Found worker . . . Knitting Club . . . volleyball enthusiast . . . Candy Striper . . .Junior Fashion Board at Altman's . . . devoted to the colleae set. . . "Zero." ROBERT C. HUGHES Treasurer of the Band . . . Stu- dent Council Delegate . . . Presi- dent of Dance Band . . . S.C.B. . . . Steering Committee . . . German Club . . . tennis , . . very organized . . . serious stu- dent . . . lead guitar of the "Coachmen" . . . "Bob." G. KENDALL HUBBARD Varsity Cross Country and Track . . . Humanities Club . . . .ludi- ciary Committee . . . Fire Patrol Ken. KATHRYN A. HUl.T Loves stuffed animals . . , active in both Band and Orchestra . . . Flute Trio in N.Y.S.S.MA .... Girl Scouting . . . Church Choir . . . worked on science proiect for Waldemar Institute . . . al- ways has a problem . . . musical . . . participated in a music camp . . , "Kathy." DUANE J. HUGHES Masquers member . . . Concert Choir . . . plays and teaches piano . . . enioys surfing and horseback riding . . . unusual clothes . . . talkative. JOHN F. INCE An outstanding and respected member of the Senior Class . . . President of the S.C.B .... B.A.A. Representative . . .Junior Class President . . . Varsity Ten- nis Captain . . . Varsity Basket- ball and Lacrosse . . . Honor Society. . .former Student Court Justice . . . excellent athlete . . . renowned collection of ties . . . dedicated to all he under- takes. ROBERT V. HORAN Librarian of Mixed Chorus enioys water skiing, fishing fooling around with cars a future in architecture . '-sob." AAA STEVEN E. HULSAVER Executive Board Delegate . . . Election Committee . . . good man with a camera . . . enioys baseball and swimming . . . likes cars . . . very dependable respected . . . "Steve." Page 53 STEPHEN IRWIN Long distance star . . . Captain of Cross Country Team . . . Varsity Basketball . . . Varsity Track . . . Latin Club . . .Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity. . . out- going personality. . . a smile all his own . . . "Irv" . . . "Stu." LINDA M. JACK Tall and attractive . . . meticu- lous dresser . . . Red Cross rep- resentative . . . F.T.A .... Ori- entation Committee . . . Celes- tones . . . volleyball and basket- ball.. .Red Cross volunteer... Cathedral Church Choir . . . Y.P.F .... enioys water skiing and Jones Beach in October , . . "You're kidding." . . . a sincere friend. JEFFREY M. JENKS Literary Editor of Gedanken der Jugend . . . National Honor So- ciety . . . Varsity Wrestling . . . S.C,B .... Band . . . Red Cross . . . Varsity Soccer. . . Drummer of the "Coachmen" . . . an individual with a unique sense of humor . . . "Jeffie." ELLEN S. JOHNSON Definitely on the silly side . . . sports fan . . . Phi Tau Rho . . . Social Committee . . . Folksong Club . . . gift of gab . . . F.N.A. . . . often seen on skis or in the saddle . . . "ElI." Page 54 SUSAN P. IRWIN Long brown hair, big inquisitive eyes . . . President of Girls' Chorus . . . Social Committee . . . Masquers . . . Mast Girls' Write-ups . . . tennis, volleyball, and badminton . . . Y.P.F. . . . Church Choir , . . water ballet enthusiast . . . loves horseback riding and sailing . . . "Susie" . . . "La Rosa." DAVID C. JOHNSON President of Radio Club . . Band and Dance Band , . . Orchestra . . . German Club . . . amateur radio ham . . . likes chess and bike riding . . . wants to be an engineer . . . "Dave." LORRAINE M. JANKOWSKI Natural sense of humor . . . en- viable figure . . . Library Staff . . . volleyball . . . riding enthu- siast . . . lives for summers . . . dances up a storm . . . fun-loving Jan. ANNE H. JOHNSTON Natural blonde . . . News Editor of Echo . . . Secretary of Art Club . . . Vice-President of church fellowship . . . summer nurse's aide . . . modern art fan . . . loves folksinging . . . plans to ioin the Peace Corps . . . cute and quiet. EVELYN M. JOUNAKOS Big brown eyes . . . deadly long nails . . . F.N.A .... Candy Striper . . . Sodality . . . lives for the sun . . . laughter comes naturally . . . "Lyn." MARY JANE KELLY Circulation Editor of Echo , . . always has something to say . . . Organ Club . . . F.N.A. . . . Concert Choir . . . interested in nursing . . . Humanities Club . . . loves football games and music . . . likes boys from Adelphi . . . teaches underprivileged children . . . "Janie." PATRICIA A. JONES An individualist . . . Cathedral Girls' Choir . . .spends her sum- mers in Southampton . . . loves to drive . . . Girls' Chorus and Concert Choir . . . "Patti" . . . "Pat," PATRICIA A. KEHOE Blue eyes framed by giant rimmed glasses . . . a Masquers must . . . Assembly and Social Committees . . . gymnastics . . . Senior Class Executive Board . . . can hear her anywhere . . . Latin Club Secretary . . . a genu- ine ham . . . believes anything . . . "Pat" . . . "Key." Sincere tising Co-Editor . . . teacher's aide in . . . initiated Masquers member . . . French Club . . . never at a loss for words . . . perennial summers in Europe . . . out- spoken . . . "Josey." CLARE JOSLYN friend . . . Mast Adver- F.T.A ..., Humanities JOHN M. KELLY Friendly . . , Varsity Track and Football . . . Mast Bovs' Write- ups.. Chefs' Club . . . lends a sym- pathetic ear . . . l.B.L. . . . l.V.L. . . . . Spanish Club . . . school- spirited. FREIDA KARL sonality . . . Spanish Club . . . Mast Girls' Write-ups Corvette Sting Rays. A winning smile . . . cute per- Latin Club . . . intramural sports remembers the fox hunts in Con- necticut . . . likes horses and . Humanities Club . . . . . Judiciary Committee Those who live to the future must always appear selfish to those who live to the present. -Emerson Page 55 WAYNE L. KELLY Friendly and humorous . . . Class Executive Board member . . . enioys boxing and his gui- tar . . . avid weight-lifter . . . long blond hair . . . Gymnastic Club . . . Varsity Track. - if ' - 5 4' nefg-is .. 'ffizf-fstiT-Iwi ELIZABETH A. KEYES Strawberry blonde with green eyes . . . talented President of the Art Club , , . private art les- sons onthe side . . . soft-spoken . . . Art Editor of Mast . . . Humanities Club . . . Poetry Edi- tor ot Ink Spots . . . sweet and sincere . . . Honor Society . . . devoted member of church Wal- ther League . . . "Missy." Page 56 Kai. . H V' MAUREEN T. KENNA Flashing hazel eyes . . . decep- tively quiet . . . bowling enthu- siast . . . after school oftice worker . . . bright and cheerful. CARL T. KEPPLER Friendly and good-natured . . . Boys' Biology Club . . .Judiciary Committee . . . Chefs' Club . . . enioys soccer, football, baseball . . . German Club . . . Civil Defense . . . Garden City Teen- age Republicans . . . always smiling . . . "Malcum." PATRICIA A. KIRCHGESSNER Dark brown hair and eyes . . . soft-spoken and attractive . . . Social Committee . . . Spanish Club . . . basketball and volley- ball intramurals . . . a member of Phi Tau Rho . . . enioys water skiing and sailing . . . "Patti." ANN C. KIRK Lively and attractive . . . F.N.A. . . . Spanish Club . . . Lost and Found . . . Magazine Drive . . . remembers the summers in New Jersey . , . Candy Striper . . . B. AItman's Junior Fashion Board . . . loves Parties . . . always fun . , , "Nancy." RICHARD KENDALL Sports Editor of Echo . . . Co- editor of Mast Boys' Write-ups . . . Quill and Scroll Society . . . Varsity Lacrosse and Ten- nis . . . l.B.L .... sharp dresser . . . Chefs' Club . . . a good friend . . . "Rick." KAREN F. KIENINGER Sweet and cute . . . always smil- ing . . . President of Bridge Club . . . Jr. Prom Committee , . . Debating Club . . . Modern Dance . . . Vice-President of So- dality . . . Confraternity , . . enioys swimming, camping, ten- nis . . . Girl Scout Representative in Idaho . . . "Oh, you're kid- ding." . . . "Kay." WILLIAM J. KIRKWOOD Red hair . . . Chess Club . . . Band, Orchestra, and Dance Band trombonist . . . enioys bowling and basketball . . . fu- ture music maior . . . "Bill." BRUCE E. KOHUT Insane sense of humor , . . Dance Band Vice-President . . .Orches- tra . . . Soccer . . . Track . .. Rifiery . . . sailing enthusiast . . . C.Y.O ..., wild clothes and boots. VALERIE A. KOELSCH Tall brunette . . . Art Club . . . Art Publicity Club . . . Prom Dec- orating Committee . . . Art les- sons . . .an accomplished seam- stress.. . "Val." KAREN KREJCI New to G.C. last year . . . sec- ond-glance figure . . . Confra- ternity . . .a Candy Striper . . . surfing fan . . . adores dancing and good friends . . . a working girl . . . Guidance Aide . . . F.N.A .... aspires to be an executive secretary . . . "Krech." ALFRED S. KOHART Wheels a wild red Pontiac . . . Biology Club.. .Judiciary Com- mittee . . . Chefs' Club . . . President of Breakfast Club . . . Young Republicans . . , enioys skiing and boating . . . "Al," SHELLEY A. KUTNER Friendly and helpful . . . con- sciencious student . , , Maga- zine Drive . . . Election Commit- tee . . . Echo reporter . . . Mast Girls' Write-ups . . . Concert Choir Librarian . . . Cathedral Girls' Choir . . . always on the go . . . spent a summer in Ha- waii , . . very dependable. GEORGETTE D. KLAYER Vivacious . . . enviable red hair and sparkling blue eyes , . . J.V. Cheerleader . . . F.T.A. hockey and lacrosse . . , Class Executive Board . . , friendly and outgoing . . . "Gigi." JAMES G. KOVALCIK Vice-President of Band . . . EX- pressive on the sax . . . Latin Club . . . Humanities Club loves rhythm and blues . corduroy, suede and stripes Orchestra and Dance Band advocate of long hair and boots . . . "Boss" . . . "Jimmie," l Page 57 NANCY J. LANG Blonde with personality plus . . . G.C.'s ambassadress to Holland . . . Secretary of Masquers . . . veteran Celestone member . . . King and l, Zeena in Ethan Frome, and Ruth in My Sister Eileen . . . Sunday School teacher . . . full of fun . . . "Nance," PAUL G. LE SUEUR A sincere friend . . . Secretary of Varsity Club . . . All-County Soccer player . . . Varsity Wres- tling . . . Cathedral Acolyte . . . enioys trips to England . . . "God save the Queen!" . . . "Hubby" ., . "Limey." Page 58 RONALD W. LABODA Tall and slim . . . Mast Boys' Write-ups Co-editor . . . Latin Club . . . Chefs' Club . . . Track . . . l.B.L .... summer worker for a New York T.V. Commer- cial Production Company . . . electric guitarist . . . dislikes crowds . . . a hard worker , . . wry sense of humor . . . "Ron." BARBARA A. LAUD Brown eyes . . . Junior Execu- tive Board Representative . . . Vice-President of Humanities Club . . . Echo . . . Masquers . . . Folksong Club . . . Har- monia Chorale . . . writes col- umn for G.C. News, "What Tro- ians Are Discussing" . . . de- pendable friend . . . sews, ice skates, and water skis . . . loves ice cream and sweets . . . "C'est la vie!" . . . "Barbie" ALISON LANE Shining brown hair . . . Concert Choir . . . Latin Club . . . French Club . . . a sports enthusiast . . . Social Committee . . . Elec- tion Committee . . . enioys snow and water skiing . . . Treasurer of Sodality . . . an accomplished pianist . . . excellent swimmer. CHARLES J. LAVERDIERE A unique sense of humor . . . nice guy to know . . . Audio- Visual Aide . . . enioys swim- ming . . . rarely seen alone . . . lives for the weekends . . ri-I-wign. DIETER R. LANGE Our popular exchange student from Germany . . . German Club . . . Humanities Club . . . Folksong Club . . . Band . , . ruggedly handsome . . . likes mountain climbing, skiing, swim- ming . . . fine sense of humor and a smile for all. LAWRENCE LEWlS Echo . . . Latin Club . . . Foreign Policy Forum . . .Economics Club . . . never on time . . .outspoken individual . . . sharp wit . . . "Lonny." PETER LUM Varsity Cross Country and track . . . Mr.'Bruni's Fan Club . . . Varsity Basketball . . . Varsity Club . . . good sense of humor and distinctive walk . . . a sum- mer iob . . . easy-going and enioys a good time . . . "Pete." LAURIE R. MCCOY Tall and striking . . , Masquers Executive Board and set de- signer . . . enioys waterskiing and riflery . . . models at Saks . . .avid dancer . . . remembers "Hell Week" and My Sister Eileen. HEIDI LITTON Tall and striking . , , blue eyes . . . Nassau Hospital worker . . . a world-wide traveler . . . studied in Madrid . . . former Red Cross Representative . . . friendly and talkative. SHEILA M. LYONS Cute lrish miss . . . President of F.T.A .... beautiful singing voice . . . Latin Club. . .freckles galore . . . loves Bruni-tales . . . friendly to all . . , Concert Choir . . . summers at Belle Harbor . . . loves to ski . . . despises Driver Ed . . . talented artist . . . gregarious . . .future teach- er or social worker . . . "How happy am I!" PETER LOMEDICO Chem Club . . . Latin Club . . . tennis . . . Varsity Golf . . . caddying . . . likes hockey and surfing . . . doesn't believe in Bruni-tales . . . Manager of Bas- ketball Team . . . "Pete" . . . "Lomed." MATTHEW J. McCARTHY Student Council Alternate . . . Latin Club . . . Physics Club . . . tennis . . . golf . . . swimming . . . likes vacations . . . dislikes speech class . . . wants to be an orthodontist . . . very tall with distinctive laughter . . . "Matt," MARY E. LUTZ An idealist . . . former Secretary of Girls' Chorus . . . Concert Choir . . . Folksong Club . . . Red Cross Representative , , . Judiciary and Social Committees . . . French and Spanish Clubs . . . outspoken . . . Mast Write- ups . . . Mczsquers . . . Human- ities Club . . . Church work camp in Texas . . . enioys the theater. PAUL M. McDONNELL Talkes life as it comes . . . fishing enthusiast. . . traveler to Europe and California . . . after school worker . . . main interest is drag racing . . . quiet until you know him . . . would like a seven day weekend. Page 59 STEPHEN E. MCDOUGAL Quiet and shy. . .a good friend . . . Varsity Track and Cross- Country . . . enioys all sports . . . l.B.L .... "Steve." JAYNE MACALUSO Petite with blue-green eyes . . . fun-loving . , , independent . , . mad about motorcycles . . . works at Macy's ...loves Water sports . . . "Don't give me any grief." . . . "Mac." Page OO GMLZYS if ' ' s. HOLLY A. McMAKlN Conscientious , . . Student Coun- cil Delegate . . . gymnastics . . . Mascot Committee . . .Saks Fifth Avenue Fashion Board . . . a passion to draw . . . wants to see the world . . . gives a good argument. ' tiniest x ,, . . 's..' sz '--wr? . V- . .1 -""l:'IEi i"::: ,97.5E1:. 'ljlli .iw F1 rc. 'ixiiiiikiil ikfii -. fe-t--ss: . . ms:.:sx,w:.'t1u.ji - mt. :la zf :zi- ,. V .ss.m.--.V V, V V , ,.,V . - 1' -I'-'Fi-'i'1"5i wwf'-'Wi'i:.r:.?i:f1igt. ' V CANDIS J. MACKLIN Shiny brown hair and big brown eyes . . . Spanish Club . . . Breakfast Club . . . F.N,A. . . . Red Cross . . . tall boys with black hair and blue eyes . . . good sense of humor . . . many good times . . . "Love it!" . . . "Candi." SHARON McNElL 5'2" and full of fun . . . Bowl- ing Club. . . Sodality . . . Activ- ity OFfice aide . . . enjoys horse- back riding . . . talented seam- stress . . . Candy Striper . . . aspires to excel in nursing. CELIA A. MACLEAN A sense of humor all her own . . . Nurse's Aide . . . a l0Y0l member of "Emanons" . . . dis- likes conformity . . . ambition to travel . . . "Cele." MAUREEN P. McHUGH Sincere and helpful . . . blonde hair, green eyes . . . very active . . . Bowling Club . . . Spanish Club . . . Handbook Committee . . . F.N.A .... Candy Striper , . . enioys swimming and riding . . . loves dancing and drag racing. BONNIE A. MACANDREW A warm smile and a helping hand for everyone . . . a casual intellect . . . Ambassadress to Japan . . . Student Council Par- liamentarian . . . Mast Girls' Write-up Co-editor . . . Secre- tary-Treasurer of Humanities Club . . . President of Girls' Chorus .lunior Year . . . Concert Choir . . . Celestones . . . Folk- song Club . . . accomplished piano player and instructor . . . avid reader . . . Snow Queen's Court . . . perpetual hostess . . . admired and well-liked by all. PATRICIA L. MAHIN Always interested in others . . . Spanish Club . . . hopes to be an R.N .... Candy Striper . . . F.N.A .... remembers Maine . . . enioys swimming, boating and skiing . . . always on the telephone. . . l'Really! You must be fooling." . . . believes in long weekends . . . "LalIy." , ,,rr 'REQ M. LYNN MANVILLE Bright blue eyes and a smile for everyone . . . never stops talk- ing . , . conscientious student , , . one of our National Merit Semi- finalists . . . Folksong Club . . . Activity Committee . . . hard- working Mast Advertising Co- editor . . .Spanish Club . . .Art Club . . . Sodality . . , teaches retarded children , , , C.Y.O. . . . an unusual sense of humor . . . "Lynn." JOAN M. MANLEY Quiet and sincere . . . Human- ities . . . Art Publicity Committee . . . works with retarded children . . .wistful . . . Social Committee . . . folksong enthusiast . . . long brown hair . . . "Joanie." LAURA MARINO Beautiful and expressive brown eyes . . . Student Council Dele- gate . . . Modern Dance . . . Masquers . . . Echo . . . Mascot Committee . . . Santa Fe sum- mers . , . a traveler . , . music enthusiast . . .a streak of sophis- tication . . . many comebacks. PATRICIA E. MANN Never a dull moment , . . one of Gee Cee's cutest . . . Junior Honor Guard . . . spirited . . . notoriously fickle . . . Varsity Cheerleader . . . summers at Fire Island . . . Social Commit- tee . . . Candy Striper . . . girls' sports . . . Student Council Dele- gate . . . beautiful clothes and figure to match , . ,our charming Snow Queen . . . "Beth." JOHN A. MARLON Well-known around the school . . . a rugged non-conformist . . . casual way of life . . . works hard at his after school job . . . football and basketball enthusiast. . . homeroom officer . . . dedicated to the ioys of life. LYDIA A. MAIORCA Deep brown eyes . . .a pleasant . . . Girl Scouts . . . Handbook Committee . . . Band . . . Orchestra . . . enioys being with friendly people . . . Folk- song Club. . ,talented guitarist, pianist, and clarinetist . . . never laugh a dull moment! E K' gf gi, . .f.,.9, I , ,L t t ,,., fl-is 1-ssyss A ,g 1: '.-':':l.::,,se"s:" S 2 '1 -"' - f . ..-f ss.: 7 ,,s, ., ,W PETER MARCELLINO Quiet, but able . . . Chemistry Club . . . Folksong Club Spanish Club . . . bass-guitarist enioys swimming "Pete." Page ol GERALDINE R. MARTIN G.C.'s smallest . . . brown hair and green eyes . . . Folksong Club . . . Girls' Chorus and Con- cert Choir . . . French Club . . . Lost and Found . . . The King and I . . . plans a career in sing- ing . . . loves the British look . . . "Forget it!" . . . "Gerry." RICHARD V. MAZZARI Amiable . . . Fire Patrol . . . track . . . football . . . Library Committee . , . Physics Club . . . collects guns . . . enioys hunting and fishing . . . "Whoo- ple". . ."Dick." Page 62 PAUL H. MARSHALL Concert Choir . . . Folksong Club . . . Humanities Club . . . likes to travel.. . swimming . . . walking . . . likes wood-working . . . loves animals . . . "Hibon" . . . HPHMQH CORNELIA R. MARTIN Freckles galore . . . handles the money in Orchestra . . . Concert Choir . . . Vice-President and Secretary of Church group . . . German Club . . . enioys water skiing . . . waits eagerly for those long weekends . . . hates people who are cheerful on Monday morning.. , "Becky." CAROL B. MAYER Long blonde hair . , . Typing Manager of Echo . . . Quill and Scroll . . . President of church youth group . . . Sunday School teacher . . . loves collegiate boys . . . future surgeon . . . on the quiet side. DENNIS M. MAYER Active and contributing member of Class of '66 . . . S.C.B. . . . Business Manager of Echo . . . Chairman of Judiciary Commit- tee . . . Steering Committee . . . Stagecraft . . . Chefs' Club . . . enjoys swimming and softball . . . avid Met fan . , , G.C.'s professional newsboy. BARBARA M. MARTONE Tall and striking . . . Social Com- mittee Co-chairman . . . former G.A.A. Social Chairman , . . active member of all girls' sports . . . finds her home on the Cherry Valley golf course . . . a distinctive laugh . . . well- known and well-liked . . . one of the best. JOHN L. MECI President of Boys' Biology Club . . . Manager of Varsity Track team . . . riflery . . . Photog- raphy Club . . . Chemistry Club . . . Judiciary Committee . . . Handbook Committee . , , nice fellow to know . . . "OwI." LAUREL G. MESSICK Those mischievous blue eyes . . . a devilish sense of humor , , . future teacher . . . German Club . . . will never forget those sum- mers in Sag Harbor . . . enioys volleyball and lacrosse . . . Masquers . . . lively personality . . . passion for pups. JANE MILLER A natural curl and lots of freckles . . . Treas. of Activity Committee . . . talented Art Edi- tor of Echo . . . former Sec. of Spanish Club . . . contributing Student Council Delegate . . . Mast Girls' Write-ups . . . ini- tiated Masquers member . . . enioys volleyball, basketball, Ia- crosse, and golf . . . beautiful wardrobe. BRIAN P. MEDLAND An individual . . . tall and dark . . . perpetual homeroom officer . . . a working man . . . dislikes baggy pants and Fords . . . very ambitious. ANN MILLER Cute and petite . . . welcome addition to the Senior Class . . . Office aid . . . Masquers . . . riding and Spanish Club . . . accomplished seamstress . . . able water skier and eques- trienne. JEFFREY M. MERA A really nice guy to know . . . wheels a blue G.T.O .... First Lieutenant of Civil Defense . . . Fire patrol . . . Physics Club . . . sky diving . . . scuba diving , . . friendly and sincere . , . "You got a point there" . . . "Jeff," BEVERLY A. MILLER Wonderful to know . . . brown eyes and a Texan accent . . . Student Council Delegate . . . activity committee . . . Mast Girls' Write-ups . . . world tra- veler . . . hopes to ioin the Peace Corps . . . a valuable friend . . . "Babs." JUDITH A. MEYER Dark hair and expressive brown eyes . . . a warm smile and a quiet sense of humor . . .friend- ly and interested . . . F.T.A. Vice- President . . . Senior Executive Board . . . Social Committee . . . Election Committee . . . basket- ball and volleyball fan . . . Con- fraternity . . . Sodality . . . Saks model . . . Heart Fund . . . "Judy." Present joys are more to flesh and blood, Than a dull prospect of a distant good. -Dryden Page 63 DAVID MILOT Track . . . Biology Club . . . works after school . . . C.Y.O. . . . 4-H . . . dislikes cafeteria food . . . a distinctive walk. BARBARA E. MOLTER Perpetual smile . . . a real ham . . . radiates happiness . . . Sophomore Class Social Chair- man . . . bouncing Masquers' President . . . Director of My Sister Eileen . . . Concert Choir . . . Art-Publicity Committee . . . unforgettable co-emcee of Tal- ent Show . . . usherette at Mine- ola Theater . . . Sodality . . . talented pianist and artist . . . an interest in everything and everybody . . . "Da Mousie." Page 64 am... , . K , , -iggiezffs--.fxr f f .- ,,,,...,. V., , L igt ,iiyi ,X LINDA A. MODICA Long auburn hair . . . enioys vol- leyball and basketball . . . F.N.A .... keeps the telephone operators busy . . . remembers New Hampshire . . . likes boat- ing and fishing . . . "Be seri- ous" . . . "Pizza" . . . "Mody." HELENE A. MOLLOY Shiny brown hair.. . continually happy. . .member of the Break- fast Club . . . Guidance Office aide . . . enthusiastic member of Sodality . . . Secretary of C.Y.O .... enioys dancing and playing the piano . . . summers in Southold . . . "You're kid- ding!" . . . extremely attractive. MADELINE T. MONACO Petite . . . a willing chauffeur . . . Election Committee . . . Social Committee . . . Church Choir . . . yearns for summers in Virginia . . . volleyball and tumbling . . . proficient seam- stress . . . always has a problem . . . "You all" . . . "Terry." iii: f 'L 1 ifi il., ' K . .. K DIANNE D. MONTICELLO Happy-go-lucky . . . industrious office worker . . . friendly and rarely worries . . . indispensable member of Bowling Team . . . "Just a minute" . . . "Monti." SUZANNE L. MITCHELL An overwhelming success in all she undertakes . . . Student Council Secretary . . . vivacious Captain of Varsity Cheering . . . gregorious . . . closets overflow- ing , . , G.C.'s respected dele- gate to Girls' State . . . Mast Girls' Write-ups Co-editor , . .a friend to everyone . . . National Honor Society . . . Magazine Drive Chairman . . . intelligence plus . . . impetuous . . . excels in hockey, lacrosse, and basket- ball . . . G.A.A .... S.C.B. . . . Elmira Key Award . . . an indis- pensable member of the Senior Class. . . "Sue." If-C 9' 3 ::,. S I - ' I1 m cn : m F' Z O fi -i rn 21 ' 0.5513 -Qmgof - -. '3fD1:,f, vv34.QQ-Q1 c-.o V. Has? fn 33.'9,f 3 2'-'2. M .um 8' 9: wig 'U' Q-..'i. Osoztfbg Q UJ4' x-3' mgu cu0'f 9 mo'. "fl" 03- gi 929925 '5'.fo?:5- fn" 4 miiprng , sz-- i . ' - it 512- 575: 7 ' a n ' ,M g f . tn. PETER MOORE Tall, with a light complexion , . . can be seen in his white Pontiac with red lights . . . Fire Auxiliary . . . Civil Defense . . . basketball enthusiast . . . likes skin diving, working on his car and fire drills at the fire station . . . "Mau." 'IQ' EDWARD A. MUl.l.ER Squamish star . . . Football . . . Chefs' Club . . . Masquers . . . Fire Patrol . . . baseball . . . Y.P.F ..., Acolyte President , , . "The action is at G.C. Library nightly." . . . "Mul" . . . "Tub- by." - W.fsf.f1 ::...,:. - I , QL ' ' s+:?wf-if . , ft. 'N .:i..:. Qflws- . 5 - S-f2zgstg::z, , . . ft ' ' L ' . aw - stiimz 1 - . - . - - ' - 'QL .. E at swf- etc iff. l' f , ' ' '-L fi-Q. fi " t ' Y THOMAS F. MOTAMED Varsity Lacrosse . . . Student Council Delegate . . . Latin Club . . . Fire Patrol . . . our dedi- cated Football Manager . . . l.B.L .... Red Cross . . . Treas- urer of library Committee . . . a friendly guy . . . "Tom," BERNARD A. MULLIGAN, JR. Active homeroom member . . . works at the A 8t P . . . inter- ested in aviation . . . loves the weekends . . . "Brian" . . . "Mull," FREDERICK W. MUHLSTEFF Amiable . . . Student Store Presi- dent . . . Offset Club President . . . Dance Band Treasurer . . . Band . . . Vice-President of Church P.F .... "Fred." MARY ANN MURPHY A bright and friendly smile . . . future teacher . . . cute figure and extensive wardrobe . . . models at Saks . . . unforgettable summers in the Hampton Bays . . . "Murph," PAULA S. MORRISSEY Striking redhead . . . slender miss . . . Biology Club . . . avid riding fan . . . dreams of OWI1- ing an XKE . . . loves college weekends . . . distinctive sense of humor . . . "That's close." EDWARD J. MULLER President of Chefs' Club Fire Patrol . , . track . . . l.B.L. . . . President ofOrgan Club . . . Gary's A.C .... always clown- ing and carousing . . . "Ted" ..."Brick." :yew Page 65 LAURA L. NELSON Distinctive blonde hair . . . a wacky sense of humor , , , Vice- President of Mixed Chorus . . . truly unique member of Senior Class . . . Mast Girls' Write-ups . . . a modern dance girl . . . active in sports . . . writes and performs her own folk songs . . . willing to try anything . . . out- spoken . . . "ls it an open house?" JAYNE E. OAKLEY Two-toned eyes . . . ruffles and bows . . . all girl . . . Student Council Delegate . . . Concert Choir, Celestones . . . enioys volleyball and basketball , . . Spanish Club . . . Social Com- mittee . . . Co-Captain of '65 Fashion Show . . . President of Sodality . . . Miss Arnold Con- stable . . . Snow Queen's Court . . , a model and singer , . . "Annie." Page 66 WILLIAM NAGLE Varsity Football and Lacrosse . . . I.B.L .... Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity . . . a true friend . . .always on the go . . . unmistakable build . . . "Huey" . . . "BilI." JOHN M. NEWMAN G.C.'s Senior Cheerleader . . . takes active part in school ac- tivities . . . enjoys volleyball and swimming . . . known for his "White Bomb" . . , plenty of school spirit. GLENN L. NATIELLO Tall and dark . . . Chemistry Club . . . Varsity Football and Lacrosse . . . l.B.L .... popular with both sexes . . . Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity . , . distinguished eyebrows . . "Gnat." JAMES M. NORRIS Our popular Senior Class Presi- dent . . . Co-Captain of Varsity Baseball . . . S.C.B .... Chefs' Club . . . Budget Committee C.Y.O. Treasurer . . . Mast Boys' Sports Co-editor . . . Student Orientation Committee . . . President of Latin Club . . . I.B.L. . . . Student Council Alternate Delegate . . . Chemistry Club . . . good-natured and sincere . . . IIMCC-ra HOLLY C. NEWALL Petite miss . . . a friendly smile . . . avid language student . . . Girl Scouts . . . Vice-Chairman of Handbook Committee , , . Folksong Club . . . on the quiet side . . . German Club . . . yearns to travel . . . a special taste for rings and earrings . . . loves to swim . . . strums a guitar . . . streaks of devilishness . . . "Hol." JOHN P. OBER Quiet and conscientious . . . a true individual . , . Physics Club . . . intramural tumbling . . . Art Club . . . outstanding partici- pant in Arts Festival Circus . . . veteran workingman . . . per- petual homeroom officer . . . mad scientist. DORIS A. OLSEN Norwegian blue-eyed blonde . . . likes to travel . . . German Club . . . Y.P.F .... enioys Wdter sports . . . soft-spoken . . . friendly. SUSAN D. OSWALD Intelligent individual . . . Vet- eran President of Speech and Debate Club . . . Band and Or- chestra . . . a friendly and agreeable personality . . . Latin Club . . . National Honor Soci- ety . . . Humanities Club . . . a perennial homeroom Parliamen- tarian . . . President of two years of Central Nassau 4-H Girls' Teen Club . . . Secretary of Luther League . . . camp coun- selor . . . poised speaker . . . "Swaz." ARTHUR R. O'BRIEN Secretary-Treasurer of Chefs' Club . . . Vice-President of Saint .loseph's C.Y.O .... hardwork- ing S.C.B .... Spanish Club . . . Judiciary Committee . . . Var- sity Track , . . baseball and bas- ketball . . . l.B.L .... friendly . . . a smile for everyone . . . constantly eating . . . great to know. . . "Art" . . . "O'B." WILLIAM H. OHLERICH An amiable guy with a straight- forward character . . . active in school activities , . . likes skiing, swimming, and tennis . . . Treas- urer of G.C. Teenage Republi- cans . . . "Bill," ELIZABETH A. OOSTEROM Lives for science . . . President of Botany Club . . . biology lab assistant. . . church youth group ROBERT A. OREM Enjoys swimming and football . . .Advertising Director of Echo . . . enioys eating . . . "Son of and choir . . . summer at Adel- a gun." . . . "Bob." phi studying math . . . surfer fan . . . partial to blue . . . Election Committee . . . Student Council Delegate . . . longs for New Hampshire . . . "Betty," ROBYN H. OLTMANNS Striking blonde hair . . . a con- scientious student . . . President of French Club . . . Captain of Mathletes . . . Student Council Delegate . , .Steering Committee . . . quiet with a humorous streak . . . National Honor Society . . . Activity Committee . . . Mast Art Section . . . Folksong Club . . . Sunday School teacher . . . prone to math . . . a valuable friend . . . "Rob." FRANCIS S. OWEN A man of many interests . . . Audio Visual Squad . . . Latin Club . . . Varsity Riflery . . . all water sports and cars . . . good- natured guy . . . amiable . . . "Kip," Page 67 SALLY PADDEN School spirit personified , . . Co-chairman of Social Commit- tee . . . Senior Class Executive Board . . , enthusiastic Varsity Cheerleader . . . Art Publicity Committee . . . Sodality . . . Delaware summers . . .an indus- trious worker for the Senior Class . . .a silly streak. KENNETH E. PETERSON Enioys football and baseball... a great person to be with . . . excels in boxing, gymnastics, and weightlitting . . . "Ken." Page 68 GLENN K. PETERS Cross Country . . . Humanities Club... Red Cross . . .a home- room leader . . . likes thunder- storms . . . a rainy day poet , . . unique dressing habits , , "Brains" . . . "XPHYZZ." CAROLYN J. POLLOCK Petite blonde with an enviable wardrobe . . . aide in the Activity and Guidance offices . . . Social Committee . . . F.N.A .... Span- ish Club . . . sweet as they come . . . Red Cross delegate . . . on the quiet side . . . "Shadow." PAMELA A. PETERS Five foot two, eyes of blue . . . always a friendly smile . . . en- ioys softball . . . F.N.A. . . . Nurse's aide... a Candy Striper . . . aspires to be a nurse . . . rrpomas LINDA M. PORTO Big green eyes . . . Prom Deco- rating Committee . . . Nurses' aide at Nassau Hospital . . . beautiful wardrobe . . . F.N.A. ... long black hair ...cute and petite . . . "Too bad, you lose." ROBERT V. PENN Always looking for a good time . . . enioys hunting and horse- back riding . . . Lacrosse team . . . good natured and well liked . . "Bob." DOUGLAS Pl Avid weightlifter . . . good dress- er . . . enioys a good time . . . good physique . . . "Doug," ELLEN M. PROCELLI Distinctive sense of humor . . . never at a loss for words . . . eye-catching wardrobe. . .easy- going . . . often seen on volley- ball courts . . . at home on the dance fioor . . . Library staff . . . water-skiing enthusiast . . . col- lege bound. MICHAEL R. REGAN An outstanding member of the Senior Class . . . Varsity Foot- ball and Lacrosse . . . l.B.L. . . . l.V.L ..., Chemistry Club . . . Chefs' Club . . . Junior Usher . . . S.C..B .... well known and well-liked . . . "Mike." VERONICA F. QUINN Glasses that slide to the end of her nose . . . Vice Chairman of homeroom . . . Secretary of As- sembly Committee. . .a dyed-in- the-wool Masquer . . . German Club . . . Sodality . . . scatter- brained . . . an artist on the side . . . "Ronnie," JAMES E. REINEN Can be serious at times . . . Ger- man Club . . . Chess Club . . . Varsity Golf . . . enioys slot car racing, bowling and tennis . . . goes wild over cars . . . fun to be with. . . "Jim," .IOYCE A. RECORD A helping hand always extended . . , teaches handicapped chil- dren , , , Student Council dele- gate . . . Red Cross . . . F.T.A. . . . Mixed Chorus . . . aspires to be either a child psychologist or a high school teacher . . . friendly. ELIZABETH .I. REMPE A truly enviable wardrobe . . . Ink Spots Editor . . . Vice-Presi- dent of Art Publicity Committee . . . ci bonafide New Yorker . . . worked on Wall Street . . Candy Striper . . . Fiesta . . . Masquers . . . Spanish Club . . . Secretary of Quill and Scroll . . . Activity Committee . . . an intel- lectuaI's humor . . . knows the world . . . "Betty Jo," "B.J." PAUL W. PSAKI New to G.C. from Syosset in his junior year . . . Varsity Football and Baseball . . . enioys wild times and girls . . . his day be- gins at 3 o'clock . . . "Sakk." CAROLLYN L. REINECKER Huge brown eyes . . . Orchestra and Maiorettes . . . a worker in the library . . . Humanities Club . . . Girls' Biology Club . . . devoted member of the Republi- can Club . . . summer governess . . . craves Armenian food . . . a sharp wit. . . "Carol," "Na- tasha." Page ALBERT C. RINGELSTEIN Back again after studying at the American International School in Israel . . .Class President and Co-editor of newspaper at for- mer school . . . Baseball . . . astronomy . . .friendly . . . liked by all who know him . . . HAI." ALLAN D. ROSENBERG Secretary-Treasurer of Biology Club . . . hopes to become a doctor . . . Varsity Track . . . I.B.L .... Chemistry Club . . . Physics Club . . . Election Com- mittee , , . Reserve Fund Com- mittee . . . Budget Committee . . . avid stamp collector . . . MALI, Page 70 JAMES A. RICE Student Council Sergeant-at- arms . . . Varsity Wrestling . . . Assembly Committee . . . enioys a good argument . . . Steering Committee . . . hard working S.C.B .... Masquers' House Chairman . . . "Jim." KATHLEEN J. RITTER Tall and attractive . . .Secretary and Librarian of Orchestra . . . Co-captain of Color Guard . . . Spanish Club . . . Band and Dance Band . . . talented pianist . . . sews and knits . . . WOYIKS with retarded children . . . "Kathy Rit, RiFFer." KAREN M. RICKARD Always wearing a smile . . . never an unkind word . . . Span- ish Club . . . Humanities , . . F.T.A .... F.N.A .... Concert Choir . . . enthusiastic . . . a good friend . . . likes to talk . .. "Kari." RICHARD J. RIZZI Friendly personality . . . enjoys fishing, boating and water ski- ing . . . member of the Sewan- haka Power Squadron . . . Radio Club. HOWARD C. RIS Vice-President of Senior Class . . . Student Council Delegate . . . Mast Boys' Write-ups . . . Physics Club , . . Chemistry Club . . . Chefs' Club . . . Latin Club . . . Varsity Soccer and Golf . . . skiing fan . . . a homeroom leader . . . great sense of humor . . . "Bud" . . . "Ace." ROBERT J. ROSSETTI Masquers . . . Photography Club . . . Assembly Committee . . . several times homeroom officer . . . wild sense of humor . . . eyes are bluer than Jack Ben- ny's . . . easy going . . . fun to be with . . . "Rosie" . . . "Bob." MARY RYAN Blonde and striking . . . Chair- man of the Art Publicity Com- mittee . . . Junior Guard , . . Echo and Ink Spots art staffs . . . model at Sak's . , . Art Club , . . Mast Girls' Write-ups . . . Sak's representative to Seventeen . . . an individual, ROBERT SCHLAGETER Very friendly and personable . . . Chefs' Club . . . Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity . . . C.Y.O .... a good athlete . . . the quickest mind in town . . "Casual Bob." JAMES B. ROTH President of the Sophomore Class . . . Basketball and Track Captain . . . President of Varsity Club . . . Cross Country . . . football . . . dislikes studying . . . spends summers resting . . . a tine athlete . . . "Jim." CAROL SALVATO Beautiful blue-eyed blonde . . . a sincere friend who is willing to help with a problem . . . veteran Student Council Dele- gate . . . Fire Patrol . . . Knit- ting Club . . . Social Committee . . . Snow Queen's Court . . . memorable summers at Camp Swannee . . . Mast Girls' Write- ups . . . "Salvats." CHARLES P. RULLMAN Co-Captain of Varsity Football . . . Varsity Lacrosse . . . l.B.L. . . . Alpha Omega Theta Fra- ternity . . . S.C.B .... good build and a determined athlete . . . a fine friend . . . "Char- ley." MICHAEL SCHEFFLER Congenial . . . Secretary of Dance Band . . . Executive Board Representative . . . S.C.B. . . . Foreign Policy Forum . . . intra- mural basketball and volleyball . . . horseback riding and sail- ing . . . respected and well- liked . . . "Mike." JAMES SABELLA Tall, dark and enigmatic . . . Physics Club . . . Chemistry Club . . . enioys kit building and electronics . . . serious and de- termined . . . a mind for the practical. . . "Jim," Learn that the present hour alone is man's. Samuel Johnson Page 7l KATHY D. SCHMIDT Pert and petite . . . a smile for everyone . . . a future teacher . . . Humanities . . . spends her summers traveling . . . "Schmidty." SAN DRA A. SERRELL Sweet personality . . . a flawless complexion . . . Student Council . . . Head Twirler . . . Spanish Club . . . Church Choir cmd Y.F .... remembers wild sum- mers at Sag Harbor . . . "Sandy," Page 72 JEAN E. SCHWEIS Girl of many moods . . . envi- able chestnut hair . . . Student Council Delegate . . . former Executive Board Delegate . . . Spanish Club . . .a sport for all seasons . . . G.A.A. Delegate . . . Phi Tau Rho member . . . riding enthusiast . . . well- dressed . . . everybody's big sister . . . "Swish." , g,r,:: PHILLIP H. SEYMOUR Assembly Committee Treasurer . , , Masquers Member-at-Large . . . has his serious moments . . . a true outdoorsman . . . enioys camping, skiing, and swimming . . . "Flip" . . . "Phil." NANCY A. SERRELL Intelligent -miss . . . a credit to the class . . . Honor Society Sec- retary . . . S.C.B. Vice-Secre- tary . . . Magazine Drive Pub- licity Chairman . . . Mast Girls' Sports Co-editor . . . extraordi- nary athlete , . , Junior Honor Guard . . . G.A.A. President and former Treasurer . . . always smiling . . . a friend to all . . . "Nance." f--4w,,..S' Tl' H, ,.,s KENNETH M. SHACHMUT A credit to the class . . . de- pendable and sincere . . . Presi- dent of the Orchestra . . . Mast Activities Co-editor . . . veteran Dance Band member . . . our able Class Treasurer . . . Na- tional Honor Society . . . veteran S.C.B .... Junior Usher. . . Ca- thedral Choir summer camp counselor . . . Intelligent Indl vidual . . . good sense of humor . . . "Ken." VICTORIA S. SCHOFIELD Unique hair color and huge brown eyes . . . gorgeous figure . . . model at Saks with clothes to match . . . Senior Class Exec- utive Board . . . bubbling with life . . . mischievous streak . . . Art Club . . . Humanities Club . . . artistic leanings . . . "Vicki," 5- Q- . Li . , El S , , f-15.15, KATH RYN J. SETIAN Enthusiastic and always willing to help . . . President of Concert Choir . . . never stops talking . . . veteran S.C.B .... Na- tional Honor Society . . . Chair- man of Orientation Committee . . . Student Council Delegate . . . a wacky streak . . . Maga- zine Drive worker . . . President and assistant organist of Cathe- dral Girls' Choir . . . Junior Honor Guard . . . always run- ning somewhere . . . "Kathy." If, BARBARA G. SHEA Red hair and blue-green eyes . . . member of F.N.A. . . . Activity Committee . . . enioys swimming, tennis, and sewing . . . C.Y.O .... looks forward to summers at Breezy Point . . . a good friend . . . "Are you kidding me?" EMILY C. SHORT Tall and slim . . . a cool and composed miss . . . expressive brown eyes . . . sophisticated tastes . . . lots of fun . . . Hu- manities Club . , . brings home a paycheck from Martin's . . . a beach bug . . . a good talker with an opinion about every- thing. WILLIAM B. SHELDON One of G.C.'s best. , . President of the Band . . , fine athlete . . . All-Division Varsity Football . . . Varsity Baseball . . . former Stu- dent Council Treasurer . . . ex- cellent student and a hard work- er . . . National Honor Society . . . Junior Usher . . . summer camp counselor . . . S.C.B. . . . Dance Band . . . friendly to all "Bill " PHILIP F. SHERIDAN Humanities Club . . . enioys track and football . . . loves cars . . . has unique plans for the future . . . amiable and well- liked.. . "Phil," DENNIS SILVERI Jovial and good-natured . . . active homeroom officer . . . talented musician on trumpet and accordion . . . avid sports car enthusiast . . . Band . . . amicable . . . 0 smile for every- one. BARBARA J. SINISCALCHI Good things come in small pack- ages . . . mischievous miss . . . F.T.A .... invaluable member of many sports teams . . . a working girl . . . diet contests with Mr. Mendelsohn . . . a loyal friend . . . "Bobbie." CELINE G. SHEEHY Attractive brunette . . . never on time for homeroom . . . sum- mers in New Hampshire . . . likes a good time . . . Bowling Club . . . F.N.A .... plans a career in nursing . . , carefree and easygoing . . . "Herhim." RAYMOND SIGNORE Friendly and humorous . . . Concert Choir . . . works at vari- ous summer iobs . . . very sin- cere and dedicated . . . new to G.C. in Junior Year . . . inter- ested in girls . . . "Ray." Page 73 LAWRENCE S. SMITH Reserved and so nice to know . . . Mast Activity Co-editor . . . hardworking student with grades to prove it . . . accomplished musician . . . Band and Orches- tra . . . the "Coachmen" . . . Steering Committee . . . Reserve Fund Committee . . . a natural athlete . . . Varsity Tennis . . . I.B.L. . . . Golf. . . S.C.B. . . . wonderful friend . , . "Larry." MARK E. STANKEWICK An individual . . . enioys parties and girls . . . longs for vaca- tions . . . part-time jobs . . . enjoys working on cars and motorcycles . . . "Stank." Page 74 . ,fs sms- , .f waz: 11 as ' . ssl.--, . 3 CHARLES T. SMITH Personable . . .Library Staff . . . Chefs' Club . . . Wrestling Team . . . avid pool player . . . 0 working man . . . enioys hot cars . . . "Tuna," .r C ' ' , SANDRA G. SMITHSON Tall and slender . . . Masquers member . . . F.N.A .... a very easy-going person . . . lover of all sports . . . Sunday School teacher . . . Candy Striper . . . collects stuffed animals . . "Sandy." rrs., g , KATHRYN D. SMITH Attractive blue-eyed brunette . . . easy to know, easier to like . . . Concert Choir . . . Spanish Club . . . F.T.A .... volleyball . . . summers at Mattituck . . . a willing chauffeur . . . carefree miss . . . full of the devil . . . "Kath." CHARLES J. SMYTH Always mistaken as "Smith" . . Chefs' Club . . . Masquers . . . Latin Club . . . Physics Club . . . Fire Patrol . . . Chemistry Club . . . at every party . . . a good friend . . . "Charlie." W. KENNETH SMITH Perpetual invalid . . . Captain of Fire Patrol . . . Captain of Civil Defense and Fire Auxiliary . . . loves fast cars . . . wheels the only V.W, with a bulldog on it. . . summers at Port letter- son . . . Volkswagen Club . . . easy going . . . "Ken." DONNA STAVRIDES Tall and trim ...a devoted Mas- quers member . . . assistant di- rector of My Sister Eileen , . . modern dance. . . Candy Striper . . . aspires to work at the Mine- ola Playhouse . . . regularly in- habits the Little Theater . . . future interior decorator . , , an unusual sense of humor . . . fun to be with. DARIA C. STEMPLE Long hair and beautiful brown eyes . . . active in Band, French Club, Masquers, Activity Com- mittee, and Folksong Club . . . Mast Girls' Write-ups , . . field hockey and water skiing enthu- siast . . . a versatile musician . . . plays piano, oboe, and gui- tar , . . at home with paints and brushes . . . European traveler . . . French camp in Vermont . . . cold weather hater . . . loves to dance . . . "What's your prob?" . . . "Dar," DAVlD E. STUART A tall man around school . . . Chefs' Club . . . likes basketball and baseball . . .Church Basket- ball League . . . Bowling League . . . hates to get up in the morn- ing . . . "Tiny Dave." NANCY M. STEINERT A friendly hello . . . straight hair and dimples . . . a flair for art . . . quiet and hardworking . . . Art Club . . . F.T.A .... Sunday School teacher . . . a non-con- formist . . . Secretary of the Teenage Republicans . . . guitar- ist . . . attracted to folk and blues music. . .frequents Green- wich Village. JOAN M. STIGLIANO Flirtatious green eyes . . . Secre- tary of F.N.A .... at home in the saddle . . . Folksong Club . . . loves swimming and surf- ing . . . Candy Striper . . . artis- tic ability . . . never on time . . . unforgettable parties . . . "Leave me alone" . . . "li'l Stig" . . . "Joni." MAUREEN I. STEINMAN Good-natured and easy going . . . always willing and able to help . . . guitar player . . . as- pires to a job in the Peace Corps . . . Girls' Mast Write-ups . . . able Echo reporter . . . Spanish Club . . . Art Club . . . Activity Committee . . . a loyal, sincere friend . . . "Maur." BEVERLIELLEN STOLA Sleepy blue-grey eyes . . . Mas- quers . . . Knitting Club . . . works for V.l.S.T.A. and Junior Peace Corps . . . remembers summers in Massachusetts . . . loves dogs and children . . . would like to live in a cabin in the woods . . . big round glasses .. . Bev. I J.. fi ,W .,.e... .I Til? vi , L, we, ,G . 5 . . , :.,Sw"g . v g wi MICHAEL R. STERN Mast Photographer . . . Quill and Scroll . . . Concert Choir . . . Photography Club . . . Manager of Tennis teams . . . Judiciary Committee . . . enioys golf and weekends . . . L.l.F.T.Y. President. . . works for what he wants . . . "Mike." PAMELA B. STUART Small in stature only , . . prob- lems, problems, problems . . . wry humor . . . activities never- ending . . . Student Council Dele- gate . . . S.C.B .... German and Economics Club Vice-Presi- dent. . , National Honor Society . . . Mast Girls' Write-ups , . . Folksong Club . . . enthusiastic sailor and water skier . . . camp counselor . . . Christmas in Bos- ton . . . J,F.K, fan . . . career in politics . . . "Hi, gang!" . . . "Pam." Page 75 WARREN C. SULLIVAN Friendly and humorous with never a dull moment , . . excel- lent photographer . . . loves snow skiing . . . "Sull." NINA E. TANTILLO Black hair . . . artistic talents . . . Secretary-Treasurer of Art Publicity Committee , . . French Club . . . Spanish Club . . . Handbook Committee . . . Art Club. , . Ink Spots . . . Chantec- ler . . . avid modern dancer . . . enioys sports . . . member of the Legion of Mary . . . loves to have a good time . . . a sin- cere personality, Page 76 JAMES P. SWEENEY Good-looking individual . . . Chefs' Club . . . Senior Execu- tive Board . . . loves wei ht g - lifting and gymnastics . . . Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity , . . "Jim." PETER TAYLOR Science and math enthusiast . . . Physics Club V.P .... Radio Club Secretary . . . Chess Club . . . S.C.B .... Band . . . ham radio operator . . . enioys sail- ing and camping . . . likes read- ing . . . quiet and humorous . . . up T H WILLIAM D. TAGGART Brilliant intellect . . . unique sense of humor . . . Homeroom Chairman . . . Mast Photography Editor . . . lnk Spots . . . Quill and Scroll . . . Latin Club , . . Photography Club . . . Vice- President of Cathedral Acolytes . . . cynical wit . . . "Bill." KATHLEEN A. TERRENCE Soft blue eyes with light brown hair . . . came to G.C. from Sacred Heart. . . Folksong Club . . . Lost and Found . . . Girls' Chorus . . . taught Confraternity classes . . . remembers the Phila- delphia Folk Festival . . . "Kathy," JULIANN L. SWANSON A good-natured brunette . . . Art Club , . . able member of Masquers . . . volleyball enthu- siast . . . enioys basketball , . . excels in painting and dancing . . . a wonderful friend. s JO ANNE TATE V.P. of Spanish Club . . . F.T.A. . . . Library Staff , , . amateur artist . . . enjoys reading and old movies . . . "Good grief!" . . . "Jo." LUCILLE C. TESTA An attractive combination of dark eyes and black hair . . . Head Maiorette . . . Candy Striper . . . wild impulses . . . known for her squeaky sneezes , . . camp counselor . . . usually late for homeroom . . . efter- vescent . . . "Smile" . . . "l.u." MARK D. TOMASKO President of Honor Society . . . Parliamentarian of the Student Council in iunior year . . . For- eign Policy Forum . . . Alto sax in Dance Band . . . intelligence plus . . . usher at church . . . very serious student . . . enjoys stamp collecting, HAROLD TIERNAN Quiet and friendly . . . Chemis- try Club . . . a car enthusiast . . . Varsity Track manager . . . a good friend . . . ambitious .. . a whiz mechanic . . . "Hal." DIERDRE M. TORNEY Sophisticated . . . German Club . . . Masquers . . . Celestones . . . Heart Fund Volunteer . . . spent last summer cycling and hitching in Europe . . . member of American Youth Hostel . . . enjoys blue grass music, Pete Seeger, and hiking . . , "Good grief." GEOFFREY TOBIAS All-County Soccer . . . Captain of Soccer team . . . Co-Captain of Varsity Baseball . . . Secre- tary-Treasurer of B.A.A .... S.C.B .... l.B.L ,... Budget Committee J . . Reserve Fund Committee . . . an outstanding athlete . . . on the quiet side ... "Geof." MARIANNE TRAKAS A talented Greek . . . a devoted Masquers member . . . Assembly Committee . . . Masquers Make- up Chairman . . . National For- ensic league . . . ballet lessons . . . enioys all aspects of the arts . . .aspires to succeed in the theater. BETTIE D. THEOFAN Strikingly attractive . . . former captain of .l.V. Cheerleaders . . . active Echo worker . . . F,T.A. . . .loves horses . . . a talent for iournalism . . . Budget Commit- tee . . . those Kentucky summers . . . Saks model , . . Candy Striper . . . has definite opinions . . . "Cleo." VAUGHAN E. TOPPING Distinctive sense of humor . . . good looking and easy-going . .. Student Council Delegate . . . S.C.B .... Varsity Football . . . l.B.L .... Chefs' Club . . . Var- sity Lacrosse . . . a good friend . . . Alpha Omega Theta Fra- ternity. Page 77 CAROL TROY Always laughing . , , Red Cross representative . . . guidance aide . . . Girls' Chorus . . . Bowling Team . , . an art teacher . . . works with handicapped chil- dren . . . a flair for the artistic . . . well-liked by all who know her. RANDOLPH G. VAN CISE Tall and dark . . . Varsity Ten- nis . . . Chemistry Club.. . Ger- man Club . . .Varsity Track . . . a summer iob . . . enioys sports and fun . . . quiet and congenial . . . dependable . . . "Randy." WILBOUR D. TRIPP Unique personality . . . Varsity Golf and Soccer . . . J.V. Wres- tling . . . Spanish Club . . . Assembly Committee . . . sailing and water skiing . , . car enthu- siast . . . "Wipper." ROBERT VAlLE Quiet and reserved . . . depend- able . . . Chemistry Club . . . Physics Club . . . Foreign Policy Forum . . . Economics Club . . . enioys golf and bowling and coin collecting . . . "Bob." DAVID E. TROUTMAN Varsity Soccer and Track . . . l.B.l. .... Chefs' Club . . . Chem- istry Club . . . tall and good- looking . . . German Club . . . well-liked by those who know him . . . Alpha Omega Theta . . . Church P.F .... easy going . . . good sense of humor . . . "Fish." GENE VAN BUSKIRK Full of fun and laughter . . . Varsity Cheerleader . . . avid sports participant , . . Student Council Delegate . . . outstand- ing Junior Class Social Chairman . . . never quiet . . . Art-Pub- licity Committee , , . Snow Queen's Court . . . outgoing . . . "Woof," RICHARD W. TYNER Hard-working . . . summer job . . . enioys fishing and swimming . . . intelligent and reserved . . . a subtle wit . . . a smile for everyone . . . "Dick." ERIN M. VENABLES Lovely hair . . . a willing Social Committee member . . . President of Phi Tau Rho Sorority . . . Candy Striper . . . F.N.A, , , . surfing enthusiast , . . sweet and sincere, JAMES A. VOKET A real sharp dresser . . . always has a good time . . . Room 129 detention club . . . when seri- ous, a good student . . . VSYY friendly . . . attracted to the opposite sex . . . enioys fast cars and a quiet pool cue . . . Ham." CAROL A. WALB A natural blonde . . . sincere and very dependable . . . Vice- President of Junior Class . . . an accomplished seamstress and babysitter . . . Secretary of Student-Faculty Relations Board . . . a true procrastinator . . . Election Committee Chairman . . . G.C.'s ambassadress to France . . . Magazine Drive Co- chairman . . . avid basketball and volleyball participant . . . a devoted S.C.B .... Concert Choir . . . Celestones . . . Mast Girls' Write-ups Co-editor . . . never a dull moment . . . al- ways in the middle of things . . . "Qu'est-ce qui se passe, bebe?" JAMES R. VENIER All-League Co-captain of Var- sity Football . . . Executive Board . . . Election Committee . . . Varsity Lacrosse . . . l.B.L. . . . a gymnastics and water ski- ing enthusiast . . . summers up- state . . . likes to take life easy . . . Alpha Omega Theta Frater- nity Vice-President . . . "Chub- by" . . . "Jim." LAWRENCE H. VOLPER Varsity Football tackle . . . Chefs' Club . . . l.B.L .... Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity . . . al- ways in on the action . . . easy- going . . . "Fat Larry." JOHN A. VOGEL Natural intellect . . . car crazy . . . an odd-job worker . . . a wild streak . . . lives at the beach in summer . . . "Who needs homework?" KATHLEEN L. WAGNER Attractive personality . . . a model's figure . . .always well- dressed . . . Social and Elec- tion Committees . . . F.T.A. . . . avid participant in girls' sports . . . G,A.A. Delegate . . . Mast Girls' Write-ups . . . Veteran and spirited Varsity Cheerleader . . . Phi Tau Rho . . . popular with the opposite sex . . . "Kathy." ROBERT J. VOLLMERHAUSEN Vice-President of Chemistry Club . . . Executive Board . . . Varsity Tennis . . . l.B.L .... Chefs' Club . . . Election Committee . . . loves to eat . . . a sharp mind . . . Sergeant-at-arms of the Senior Class . . . "Bob" . .. "Volmey." JOHN X. WALSH Serious athlete . . . attracted to the opposite sex. . .loves motor- cycles and money . . . good looking and on the quiet side . , . friendly . . . lives for the weekends . . . "Jack." Page 79 KATHLYN A. WATSON Brown hair and hazel eyes , , . Chairman of Handbook Commit- tee . . . summers at Lake Deso- lation . . . President of Girls' Biology Club , . . likes speed boats and water skiing . . . Li- brary Stat? . . . baseball and football fan . . . loquacious . . . "Kothy." gsgagswfmtstttistiis: , 'gfmsiiigsiiin-1 udibwf JOHN WEISHAHN Football and flying enthusiast . . . enioys collecting tropical fish . . . Chefs' Club . . .a pas- sion for food . . . hates to get up in the morning . . . nice guy to know, Page 80 PATRICIA B. WEBER Bright addition to G.C. High in her junior year . . . expressive face with big brown eyes . . . slightly conservative . . . Student Council Delegate . . . Masquers . . . Martin's Fashion Board . . . likes dancing . . . Most Girls' Write-ups . . . "Be good and keep smiling." . . . "Pattie." HENRIETTA WESTPHAL Brown hair and blue-green eyes . . . plays the guitar . . . Presi- dent of Economics Club . . . F.N.A .... enioys water and snow skiing . . . summers in Northport . . . Folksong Club . . . well-dressed . . . likes iust about everything . . . "Oh, right!" . . . "Hattie." DEBORAH P. WEISFUSE Earnest in her endeavors , , Features Editor of Echo , . . Quill and Scroll Society . . . talented violinist in Orchestra ...Concert Choir . . . "Debbie." WALTER D. WETHERELL Distinctive red hair . . . enioys fishing, reading, and music . . . tall and distinguished . . . l.B.l. star . . . l.V.l. .... S.C.B. . . . future teacher . . . avid sports fan . , . liked by all who know him . . . "Weth" . . . "Walt," PEN ELOPE S. WATSON A tall brunette . . . car enthu- siast . . . sports fan . . . lives for good times . . . an office worker . . . a memorable cross- country summer . . . Secretary of Photo Club . . . Humanities . . . "Penny," M NORMAN B. WENK Ill Good-looking . . . Student Coun- cil Delegate. . . Chefs' Club . . . Latin Club . . . l.B.L .... Varsity Football . . . Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity . . . "Physical fitness should be stamped out" . . . takes life as it comes . . "Norm." GENE W. WIGGINS Varsity Tennis . . , water sports enthusiast . . . lacrosse . . . volleyball . . . summers in South- old . . . amazing laugh . , . "unbelievable." GLORIA J. WOLCHEK That mischievous smile. . . Girls' Chorus . . . Spanish Club . . . Bowling Club . . . avid surfer . . . Folksong Club . . . depend- able friend . . . Candy Striper . . . unusual tastes . . . fun to be with , , . interesting personality. - ,fi J if wwe' .QJWM Qi gs iii . :. sezmg- rrrffriigilig -rf f., - ri 55, 1' - ggi . T, SANDRA WILSON Swinging brown hair . . . a flair for the unusual . . . Student Council Delegate . . . likes Span- ish . . . advocates a seven day weekend . . . a little on the crazy side . . . constant laugh- ter . . . "Oh, come on!" . . . "Sandy." JAMES WOLFE Fire Patrol . . .works part-time at Klipps-Pharmacy . . . enioys water skiing . . . inhabits the beach . . . frequent party-goer Jlm. LAURA A. WITKIN Shiny black hair and dark brown eyes . . . F.T.A ,... summers in Indiana . . . animal fancier . . . loves baseball . . . Hand- book Committee . . . Library Staff . . . aspiring French chef . . . Teacher's Aide . . . quiet and sincere . . . "Laurie." JEAN S. WOLFF Freckles galore . . .a wide smile and unmistakable laugh . . . S.C.B .... Prom decorator . . . Concert Choir . . . sports a unique V.W ,,., avid athlete . . . unique sense of humor . . . loyal and dependable friend . . . will try anything once . . . Elec- tion Committee . . . energetic and perpetually on the go . . . famous for her Superman leap from a roof . . . "T.T,F.Nl" . . . "Jeannie," ROBERT C. WILLIS Folksong Club . . . soccer . . . wrestling . . . Gymnastics Club . . . enioys swimming and sailing . . . remembers putting a V.W. through a wall . . . prefers short girls with brown hair . . . "Will" . . . "Bob." WILLIAM W. WOLF Perpetually smiling . . . Student Council Delegate . . . Chairman of the Publicity Committee . . . track . . . Spanish Club . . . Folksong Club . . . member of the Teenage Republicans . . . enioys skiing . . . "Bill." Page SANDRA W. WRIGHT A future art maior in college . . . loves surfing, boating,.rid- ing, and fast cars . . . painting enthusiast . . . Masquers . . . Concert Choir . . . summers in Louisiana . , . "Sandy." JOAN M. ZEMBRUSKI Official tea maker in the Green Room . . . Masquers regular stagecrafter . . . Seven- teen Advisory Board , . . school spirit . . . a future librarian . . . enioys working for a purpose . . . friend to all . . . nice to know . . . "Oh, I iust can't take that guy!" . . . "Joni" . . . "Zem." Page 82 RUTH WOOD Tiny, blue-eyed miss . . . non- conformist . . . contagious gig- gle . . . Lost and Found . . . summers at Hampton Bays . . . dancing enthusiast . . . trips to New York City . . . the British look. MELISSA S. ZACK Humanities Club . . . very friend- ly . . . swimming enthusiast . . . Social Committee . . .loves food, driving, fast cars and parties . . . "You lose." MARCIA WRIGHT A tall, slim, blue-eyed blonde . . . President of German Club . . . Frau Dubsky's right-hand girl . . . President of Quill and Scroll . . . Junior Honor Guard . . . talented artist . . . beautiful self-made wardrobe . . . Ink Spots Art Editor . . . enthusiastic Editor of Gedanken der Jugend . . . intelligence unsurpassed . . . National Merit Semi-finalist . . . Honor Society . . . knows what she wants and works to attain it. LORRAINE M. ZAMPINO Our capable and efficient Social Chairman . . . school spirit ga- lore . . , does things impulsively . . . Art Club . . . Folksong Club . . . independent thinker . . . longs to travel around the world . . . enioys painting . . . memora- ble summers at the beach . . . "Zamp." CECILY M. ZABLER A flair for the dramatic . . . Folk- song Club . . . Art Club . . . Economics Club . . . Masquers . . . at home in the saddle . . . avid bowler . . . always on the move . . . strictly blonde , , . ncec-11 ELLEN S. ZORNBERG Garrulous . . . beautiful clothes . . . big brown eyes . . . a knack for the unusual . . . Masquers . . . does anything from horse- back riding to Candy Striping . . . wild weekends . . . faithful Bio. ll slave . . . "Well, how about?3' SENICDR POLL I966 Best All Around l. Sue Mitchell, Bill Sheldon 2. Gigi Klayer, John lnce 3. Carrie Hayes, Charlie Rullman Best Dancer l. Barbara Molter, Bill Gray 2. Diane Corrigan, Brian Mulligan 3. Daria Stemple, Ted Muller Best Dressed l. Mary Ryan, Ricky Kendall 2. Diane Corrigan, Charlie Haberkern 3. Vicki Schofield, Jim Voket Best Figure l. Beth Mann, Charlie Rullman 2. Kathy Wagner, Doug Blattmachr 3. Jayne Oakley, Bill Hart Best Looking l. Bath Mann, Doug Blattmachr 2. Jayne Oakley, Ricky Caine 3. Carol Salyato, Bill Nagle Cutest l. Beth Mann, Doug Blattmachr 2. Carrie Hayes, Bob Carnegie 3. Helen Catanzaro, Norman Wenk Done Most For School l. Sue Mitchell, Jon Heidelberger 2. Kathy Setian, Bill Sheldon 3. Nancy Serrell, John lnce Favorite Teacher l, Mrs. Schnaubelt, Mr. Bennetter 2. Miss Kendall, Mr. Renison 3. Mrs. McNally, Mr. Borut Friendliest l. Gigi Klayer, Mac Norris 2. Barbara Molter, Bill Sheldon 3. Carrie Hayes, Gerry Healy Most Artistic l. Mary Ryan, Alex Eckmann 2. Lorraine Zampino, Gerry Frank 3. Missy Keyes, Bud Ris Most Athletic l. Nancy Serrell, Charlie Rullman 2. Gloria Gilkes, Jim Roth 3. Sue Mitchell, John lnce Most Humorous l. Barbara Molter, Ted Muller 2. Pat Kehoe, Jerry Healy 3. Gigi Klayer, Mac Norris Most lndi vidual l. Laura Nelson, Glenn Peters, Ron Ginns 2. Mary Ryan, Jim Kovalcik 3. Sue Bachelder, Tom Gilbert Most Intelligent l. Marcia Wright, Ron Ginns 2. Sue Mitchell, Tom Gilbert 3. Kathy Setian, Jett Jenks Most Likely to Succeed l. Sue Mitchell, John lnce 2. Marcia Wright, Bill Sheldon 3. Kathy Setian, Ron Ginns Most Musical l. Cici Fougner, Bill Sheldon 2. Kathy Setian, Ken Shachmut 3. Diane Dahl, Bob Hughes Most Popular l. Gene Van Buskirk, Charlie Rullman 2. Sue Mitchell, Mac Norris 3. Carrie Hayes, Bill Sheldon Most School Spirited l. Sue Mitchell, John Newman 2. Gigi Klayer, Jon Heidelberger, John Kelly 3. Gloria Gilkes, John lnce Most Talkatioe i. Carol Walb, Jim Rice 2. Gigi Klayer, Jerry Healy 3. Val Cukierski, Alan Campbell Most Theatrical l. Carrie Hayes, Bill Gray 2. Nancy Lang, Phil Seymour 3. Barbara Molter, Jerry Healy Page 83 UNDERCLASSMEN is rss ef- 'fi-'4' Look upon every day as the whole of life, not merely as a section, and enioy and improve the present without wishing, throuyh haste, to rush on to another. -,,,C,,,E,, Page so DANIEL E. O'BRIEN President MELINDA C. SIMS Secrefmy RODERICK W, CASH Vice-President C L A S S O F F I C E R S I 9 6 7 MICHAEL C. GREEN KATHLEEN A. DONOHUE Treasurer Social Chairman MR, D. BENNETTER Sponsor WILLIAM C. SCHAAF III RACI-IELLE E. SPINICELLI Hisiorian Assisfanr Social Chairman UNDERCLASSMEN-Bollom row, lefl lo righl: l-l. Schermann, M. O'Connor, A. Richardson, J. Belair, D. Peck, P. Owens, B. Prendergasl, L. Schrneellc, C. Behrer, R. Spinicelli, J. Sullivan, B. Wield, C. Behan, J. Weirnann, T. Bliss. Second raw: B. Bennis, P. Prorz, N. Jawifz, K. Bloom, C. Fields, J. Rundlell, L. Rogers, L. Bligh, C. Thoms, G. Con- nolly, A. Buchanan, E. Accardo, J. Odgers, W. Anderson. Third row: R. Kohlmann, P. Brashears, D. Brown, D. Reicherfer, J. Dunn, J. Sanzo, J. Raslcopl, D. Grayson, L. Byron, J. Miele, J. Salzmann. Fillh row: P. Burch, J. Salvafore, W. Quinn, K. Romer, B. Billmier, B. Bee, M. Gelohardl, W. Pullman, B. Cunningham, R. Dory, R. Bradle, S. Alinovi, A. Gordon, Fillh row: T. Snulh, T. Arcafi, C. Schlegel, S. Winningham, J.'Sloclclon, M. Schwanlner, M. Andry, E. Pierce, F. Sealon, M. Borlh, W. Schaail, W. Bernhard. UNDERCLASSMEN-Bollom row, lei? lo righl: K. Waiers, S. Slider, N. Slahl, C. Redmond, C. Schueler, C. Scribner, J. Sullivan, K. Schenck, L. Richler. Second row: S. Wriqhl, B. l-lagslrom, E. Good- rich, J. Garibaldi, L. Giblin, C. Giulianelli, E. Higgins, J. Gray, S. Sauer, D. Hess, J. Goldfuss, S. Pinneran, J. Colbelh, B. Collier. Tiilrd row: D. Kuhlman, D. Waag, D. Wallace, J. Uellendahl, D. VanHorne, G. l-lerlell, M. Gralileo, A. Tompkins, S. Klemenger, M. Soulhwick, M. Meaney, P. Zimmermann, N. Kaflan, W. Swanlon. Fourfh row: P. Johnsen, K. l-lnis, T. Thomas, J. Reilly, C. Carfniclc, R. Giacinlo, C. Hewill, D. Eclcslein, J. Posf, J. Sylvesler, R. Karlen, D. Lomedico, K. Mahin, B. Guild. Fiffh row: R. Johnson, D. O'Brien, S. Carde, C. Gil- man, R. Maifon, J. Walsh, G. Venables, R. Frisbie, A. Hrilz, J. Jones, E, Johnson, C. Vince. Page 87 UNDERCLASSMEN-Boflom row, leff lo righl: A. Cunha, N. Mann, P. l-lundenann, D. Conslas, L. Gray, K. Donahue, C. Zehnder, C. Corso, K. McGann, C. Carrnody, C. Kenna, B. Olsen, K. Kelly. Second row: L. LaManlia, J. Kochanczyk, L. Kellerborn, G. Ingram, L. Camp- bell, S. Hayes, B. Troy, J. Clark, L. Corey, l. Henderson, S. Callahan, S. Paradiso, M. Rosano, M. E. Manlia. Third row: J. Morrison, J. Marullo, R. DeMaria, C. Viarney, K. Kochle, G. Lourekas, N. Mac- Douqall, M. Dalzell, J. Delaporle, J. Mclnerney, K. Cosligan, L Cornacchia. Fourlh row: D. Moore, B. Meiz, B. Slocombe, B. Chi- chesler, J. McCar+hy, P. Lahuy, D. Pifer, C. Cornwell, J. M-:Carlhy C. Connor, J. Cocey, M. Tacchi, T. Whalen. Fif+h row: E. Milner, J Sherman, B. Rix, D. McCormick, D. Guarnieri, S. Middlelon, R. Albi- qese, D. McCauley, C. Mouzakilies, R. Kollman, D. Clapp, D. Fleck M. Meaney, V. Deegan, M. Bilzko. UNDERCLASSMEN-Bolfom row, leff lo righlz L. Shannon, G. Placek. J. Pendias, E. Bales, S. Lyons, L. Cameron, A. l-larrison, C. Connor, S. Raymond, P. l-larlmann, J. Lane, L. l-lorlon, M. McGra1'h, M. Kane, A. l-loyl, T. O'Brien, P. Hogan, D. Winchell, J. Wachsman. Second row: B. Marslon, l. Lallas, M. Ehlers, F. Lembo, D. Kehoe. B. Gilkes, M. Randi, B. Blanchard, J. Brown, M. Torney, B. Mandleur, N. Garard, J. l-lervey, J, LeBars. Third row: J. Sfone, J. Richardson, K. Edwards, S. Gubo, K. Schroeher, J. Arzr, P. Mitchem, B. Addy, S. Lothom, J. Duckworlh, B. Behrer, C. Reinhardt C, Sporberf, J. Kuhlman, G. Robbins, D. Greene. Fourfh row: P. Johnsfon, J. l-lebrank, R. Fallon B. Browne, l-l. Frank, B. Hubbell, J. Lanqmore, C. Small, M. Green J. Moore, S. Madigan, N. Peffy, C. Sullivan, B. Pollick, D. Kickard Fif+h row: C. Godfey, S. Blose, D. Pond, J. Byrne, L. Uzell, W. Malluck, J. Arnone, D. Tuck, J. Pendlefo-n, D. Pleuihner, J. Siegel, B. Greene M. Palmer, T. Windmuller, B. Powell, J. Foehr, A. Lewis, A. Porianda Sixlh row: M. Gallo, A. Lewis, M. Primrose, S. Reininqer, B. Hayes. B. Dennis, R. Pager, T. Emmeneqqer, T. Tucker. UNDERCLASSMEN-Bolfom row, leif lo rignlz C. Tiffany, B. Friesz, P. Mullen, S. Mason, D. Fleisig, K. Sullivan, M. Murphy, S. Masfers L. Billows, N. Glimm. Second row: S, Feyler, P. Evans, H. Feldeisen S. Feeney, C. Flynn, J. Finnley, M. Duffy, M. McKenna, S. Fagan, C Dunlcle, C. Fasciani, J. Edwards, K. Meyers, N-. Feldman. Third row B. Barr, F. Endernann, V. Ray, F. Foriney, D. Danzig, W. Grifiis, l-l 1 Price, B, Reilly, S. Clneilres, J. l-leallw, W. Loring, S. Nevin, L. Peck R. Garralila. Fourllw row: M. Gralieo, M. Oravec, B. Foxen, G. Pamas, G. Farris, D. Graf, B. Maher, P. Floeqel, B. McGuire, P. Falk, P. Pan- sini, B. Neldner, E. Neilson. Fiflh row: F. Siegrisf, B. McLouglilan. C. Pliinney, M. Marrin, J. Lafson, B. Cram, J. Murpliy. Page 89 Page 90 mfr i I zzfiisiwssi - gminsgsssiffs-W-iii. iieilwfkif Pr ESIOI GDT gs-iiTw1,,fmef.1fs-325212-2 sefi-iff: ,I ' RICHARD HOBSON DEBORAH A. HOBLIN Vice-President Secrefary CLASS OFFICERS I968 DAPHNE V. PAPPAS CYNTHIA G. ALSTON Social Chairman Treasurer IVIR. M. BORUT Sponsor THOMAS R. MCCLELLAND KATHERINE D. WARD Historian Social Chairman CHRISTOPHER sHoTToN UNDERCLASSMEN-Boflom row, lei? lo righl-R. Cohen, S. Quinl, P. Emslie, S. Flanagan, E. Bailey, J. Andersen, I. Eckmann, A. Slorm, D. Trakis, J. Lucano, C. Caslellano, L. LaSaIa, S. Magrane, K. O'Haqan, D. Brevoorr. Second row: B. Bahlke, M. Conway, C. Hur'r, S. Webber, F. Crosby, K. Kareiwa, A. Pefrie, P. Searles, S. Poliqnani, M. Dillon, B. Koch, S. Schusfer, S. Bealon, M. Cummins. Third row: K. Kirby, M. Sullivan, R. Colin, B. Blankley, N. Jacob, J. Perry, D. Garber, M. Monaco, L. Byrne, A. Kalanrgis, M. Brew, H. Garcia, F. Rhodes. Fourlh row: K. Kruger, D. Blanchard, L. Wallher, P. Op- permann, E. George, J .Shea, D. Bosch, S. Draffen, B. Kavan, P. Ras- kopk, J. Casey, D. Davidson, G. Truhlar, M. Chu.-Filrh row: T. Morrow, C. Levi, P. Braselh, M. Marluscello, J. Curcio, R. Hobson, V. Raskoph, J. Collins, R. DiGeronimo, J. Chrislman, D. Lynch, G. Cook, A. Pegano, B. Laud, M. Ryan, G. Melis. UNDERCLASSMEN--Bolfom row, lefl To riqhl: N. Zifzman, G. Ma- donia, E. Meyer, L. Bena, T. Murphy, H, Gioberl, J. Cafherwood, K O'Conor, L. Meyer, M. Egan, J. Kennedy, N. McEwan, M. Macklin P. Oram, A. Murphy, M. Keffrick, M. Molloy, C. Schaffel, D. Murphy. Second row: A. Faulkner, B. Sferrelf, D. Flaherfy, E. Duffy, M. Vinson P. Giaquinfo, J. Abboll, J. Brewer, L. Brownell, K. Johnson, M. Norris J. Paisley, J. Chulick, K. Sweeney. Third row: K. Lawson, J. Krug, M Novak, M. McCaffrey, C. Lofifo, J. Nickolofl, C. Klemenqer, A. Kordes, H. Newman, C. Nolan, L. Meyer, M. Keele, C. Soflley. Fourfh row: P. Hundemann, C. LeSauvage, S. Jack, H. Hibner, L. Blake, T. Murphy, D. Horlon, K. Wilkin, L. Johnson, P. Macandrew, J. Tessier, B. Phillips, M. Kelly, T. Kelly. Fiffh row: K. Neary, A. Diefenbach, B. Hanna, P. McGuinness, J. Koenig, C. Loufik, D. Lenihan, D. Jorgensen, R. Kind, D. Meurer, W. Leydef, T. LoPin+o, B. Hess, D. Blody, J. Kirchhofer, J. O'Grady, G. Nickson, T. Murray, F. LaSale. Page 97 Page 92 UNDERCLASSMEN-Boflom row, lefl' fo righl: S. Franz, C. Garnelf, M. Connelly, D. Baker, S. Schefifler, D. Rullin, B. Sager, J. Hague, J RiH'er, L. Jones, E. Rudd, S. Hile, J. Heinsohn, M. Foehr, E. Smyfhe K. Springer. Second row: S. Rivers, J. Arwshan, D. Dieckrnan, S. Hall M. Scully, L. Cenzoprano, K. Canevari, C. Smifh, G. lmpara, L. Gregi ory, E. Cahill, L. Dragani, P. Carmody, P. Jones. Third row: L. Darcy J. Hanisian, S. Haynes, P. Dalzell, C. Rice, J. Robinson, P. Goodlcin J. Hall, J. Sanlry, D. DeAmicis, J. Perencilc, M. DuPley, J. Slocum Fourll-i row: J. Shields, J. Bock, T. Delaporl, D. Capreol, R. Rose, B Baker, J. Corey, N. ParroH, J. Dellilippe, A. Friedmann, W. Gless R. Rudiger, D. Clarlc, M. Crilly. Fiflh row: R. Sammon, L. Smifh, B Ebbels, J. Boyle, R. Eclcis, A. Delong, T. Davies, S. Pruyn, C. Barnes J. Paflerson, D. Rogers. UNDERCLASSMEN-Boliom row, lell lo righl! D. Ardiia, M. Baben- zien, K. Appelf, E. Brennan, M. Barnes, L. Boszillcov, J. Biggane, C. Alslon, E. Curran, A. Bolognesi, P. Aquino, L. Rolh, C. Haman, W. Olfmanns, J. Buschmann, C. Anderson. Second row: R. Favuzza, M. Sherry, S. Klemenger, M. McDonnell, E. Behlen, C. Keegan, P. Schaus, D. Demufh, J. Zeller, B. Kohar+, S, Yerden, M. Garvey, D. Alobolf, A. Brolcamp. Third row: B. Barnaby, G. Chrisf, M. Fragale, B. Tiffany, R. Arlcins, D. Buckley, M. Aspland, C. Burderfe, H. Cadwell, N. Blake- man, P. Brosnan, B. Cenlcner, B. Dugan. Fourfh row: T. Hunl, A. Chulick, T. Morgan, R. Milchell, R. Grespin, C. Smifh, B. Birmingham, J. Albere, H. Smifh, J. Superdoclc, P. Carlson, T. McGovern, K. Pellegrino, J. Walliclc, W. Johnsron, F. Goyanes, R. Engles. UNDERCLASSMEN-Boffom row, lefl 'ro righf: D. Cooney, J. Orfanik, M. Dicke, G. Lee, D. Franson, M. Carpenler, D. Pappas, J. Raymond, G. Sheridan, M. l-leald, W. Weslphal, J. Voelker, P. Cohn, D. Dexier, C. Tucker, B. Weber, M. Perry. Second row: S. Faurole, K. Signore, J. Genet L. Riehl, A. Prendergasf, J. Sullivan, K. Ward, D. Pappas, D. Hoblin, N. Blake, J. Norris, V. Bressan, B. Campbell, S. Senier. Third row: A. Riley, E. Earley, B. Oakley, W. Whifmoyer, K. Pidal, L. Theo- Tan, J. Porcaro, L. Sliehler, A. Rolhman, M. Odell, E. Ryan, D. Torn- berg, M. Owen. Fourfh row: C, Schroeder, B. Vassaloili, R. Mori, C. Thurnher, R. Dunn, T. Walb, P. Van Praag, A. Young, C. Gooding, R. Walsh, L. O'l-lare, S. Noiler, M. Coslello. Fif+h row: A. Samuel, J McDonnell, D. Condelli, C. Hanlon, R. Swanson, N. Anderson, J Trinidad, B. Rueffinger, P. l-leyden, J. Willefs, J. Waide, B. Pascale. K. Schaus, S. Mamer, G. Winkler, B. Neary, K. Murray. Sixfh row B. Meyer, B. O'Grady, E. Siarr, J. O'Grady, E. Orlowski, J. Schweis. UNDERCLASSMEN-Boffom row, lefl fo righf: K. Anderson, T. Hoyf, M. Vazquez, D. Maquire, J. Conlehn, P. Fox, O. Greco, N. McCagney, L. Marrone, B. Fleming, S. Vogler, J. Casa, V. DiComo, L. Segre, B. Zaslove, M. Posr, J, Pinckney, L. Fex, J. Cullen. Second row: J. Meyer, L. McGuinness, J. Zack, J. Tiderman, C, Callan, S. Bachelder, A. Horsfmann, R. Dunn, B. D'A.gnese, L. Lagna, P. Oufcaulf, L. Herman- son, J. Jackson, K. Durr. Third row: G. Kulund, J. Sullivan, D. Borner, C. Tisch, P. Shernella, C. Sfola, J. Berardino, B. Rosenberg, D. Ross, G. Cook, T. McClelland, M. Silveslri, J. Shea. Fourfh row: J. Pirozzi, E. Eulner, C. Collins, M. Tegnell, T. Brazeau, L. Thomas, A. Buck, J. Noble, C. Pacella, J, Kuhlman, P. Paradiso, G. Edling, S. Neus, D. Siuarf. Fiffh row: J. Sframpher, R. Sheels, P. Eggers, M. DeTurk, J. Easiburn, A. Jamascia, G. Morse, P. Manis, P. Michaels, A. Seale, T. Padden, K. Bouer, Cv. Savarese. Page 93 ACTIVITIES Z Q 1 ,, , ,NJ- Do today's duty, fight today's temptation, do not weaken and distract yourself by looleiny for- ward to things you cannot see, and could not under- stand if you saw them. -CHA RLES I Page 96 JONATHAN I-IEIDELBEROER President Douoms J. BECK Jree E I , or i g rro JINC A Vice-President KATHY JEAN SCI-IROEHER Secrefcrry STUDENT COUNCIL EXECUTIVE BOARD R. SCOTT CARDE Treasurer BONNIE A. MACANDREW Porliomenforion JAMES A. RICE Sergeant-of-Arms 2 E ' I s ,r I ' MR. O. TEONEII MISS M. SNYDER Sponsor Sponsor STUDENT COUNCIL Bottom row, lett to right: D. Pappas, N. Blake, C. Smith, N. McEwan, R. Oltmanns, J. Oakley, L. Manville, V. Bressan, J. Sullivan, M. Rosano, S. Sauer, L. LaMantia, M. Kane, N. Jawitz, J. Schweis. Second row: R. Spinicelli, L. Byrne, L. Ce-nzoprano, K. Canevari, Mr. Tegnell, S. Carde, K. Schroeher, J. l-leidelberger, J. Rice, B. Macandrew, Miss The Student Council is the democrotic student governing body of our school. This orgonizotion provides o meons by which students moy voice their opinions on motters which concern them ond submit their suggestions to Mr. Thompson tor his opprovol. The body consists ot delegotes elected from eoch home- room ond six otticersz President Jon l-leidelberger, Vice-Presi- dent Doug Beck, Secretory Kothy Schroeher, Treosurer Scott Corde, Porlicimentorion Bonnie Mocondrew, ond Sergecint- ot-orms Jim Rice. The two moin issues under discussion this yeor were the obtoining ot o school mdscot ond the reinstatement ot the Student Court. Money vvos opproprioted ond ci Troicin Horse constructed ds o permonent school mascot, ond by ci school' wide referendum, the renevvol ot the Student Court vvos reiected. Under the most oble leodership ot Jon, the council hos prospered ond hes vvon o ploce ot respect in the eyes ot the students. The Council, under the direction of Miss Snyder and Mr. Tegnell, hos helped to provide the students with o fine lesson in selt-government ond democrocy. Snyder, P. Weber, H. McMaclcin, B, Oosterom. Third row: C. Smith P. Raslcout, J. Tessier, K. Durr, C. Callan, A. l-lorstmann, S. Hahn, J Miller, L. Fielclsteel, P. Blalre, M. Franson, P. Macandrew, B. Dennis, J. Albere. Fourth row: P. Eggers, J. Richardson, T. Motamed, D. McCormick, C. Connors, R. Cpnningham, R. Billmier, J. Latson. "l-ley Bonn, l've got ten: how many do you have?" Poge Q7 ' Page 98 "Would you believe . . . 5300.007 How aboul SI0,00?" Bollom row, leff lo righl: K, Sefian, J. Haag, S. Lyons, K. Healy, Chagoll, A. Forshay, R. Banlces, J. lnce, Mr. Sonander, N. Serrell FriH's, P. Sluarl, M. Wright S. Mlfchell. Second row: B. Friesz, M McDonough, B. Collier, K. Riller, L. Moller, G. Gillces, J. Hobson, Walb, J. Wolff, A. Harrison, S. Finneran, C. Fougner, J. LeBars Arzl: Third row: B. Hughes, D. Hinman, B. Sheldon, R. Frisble, "Cool H1 Leslie's coming." Eckmann J. Sanza H. Rin D. O'Brien S. Winnin ham, B. Billmeier P . Behrer, A. Lewis, M. Schettler, P. Dooley, P. Brennan, P. Johnson B J T. Brown, J. Jenks, L. Smith, A. Brown, C. Haberlcern, G. Healy. "l don't really hate anyone." I . Q. . Q 1 . Taylor, A. O'Br'ien, C. Greiner, J. Rice. Fourth row: D. Mayer, . Roth, V. Topping, K. Shachmut, M. Regan, M. Tomasko, G. Tobias: STUDENT CITIZENSHIP BOARD Thanklessly and taithtully the sixty-six man S.C.B. squad attempted to maintain a semblance ot order throughout the high school this past year. With the largest squad in GC. history, General Sonan- der's regiment assumed the added responsibility ot collecting and tabulating attendance sheets. Such immortals as Monster Milne Regan, Daring Dennis Mayer, Hot Foot l-laberkern, Terrible Taylor and the Healy Gang, pro- vided the persistent eftort that made the system work. There was obviously a marked improvement in the student body's attitude towards the squad this year-as the statistics indicate: -Only three fatalities onthe squad this year -Only thirty-seven bomb scares during S.C.B. meetings -Only sixteen mass demonstrations protesting SCB. brutality -President lnce was hung in ettigy only eight times -President lnce was hung only once. A decisive factor throughout the year was the inspirational lead- ership and excellent military strategy of General Sonander. A Con- sciencious ettort from every S.C.B,, combined with the efhciency of Mr. Allen onthe administrative end, made a very eftective organiza- tion this year. Page 99 Seated, lett to right: J, Siegel, C. Scribner, W. Johnston, D. Mayer, l.. Fielclsteel, P. Stuart, V. Raslcopt. STEERING CQMMITTEE The Steering Committee is one ot the most important of our many Student Council committees, The group is responsible tor any legislation which may be needed for the elticiency ot our student government. ln addition, Craig Eberle, the chair- man, has led the group in a relentless program ot reviewing the charters ot our many other organizations, Craig also sponf sored some additional activities, such as an occasional pizza party. STUDENT-FACULTY RELATIONS BOARD The Student-Faculty Relations Board serves as a common meeting ground on which the members strive tor a temporary cessation ot hostilities between these tvvo traditionally an- tagonistic groups. The board meets whenever ,in the opinion ot the Student Council or the taculty, there exists a problem vvhich merits discussion. When, as on several occasions, the discussion dissolves into tist-tights, Miss Kendall asserts her calming influence, thus championing reason over coercion. Bottom row, lett to right: R. Mitchell, R. Hobson, C. Smith, N. Jacob. Second row: A. O'Brien, S. Winningham, Miss Kendall, S. Oswald, Miss Smith, B. Behrer, P. Stuart. Page iOO First row, left to right: B. Gilkes, P. Blake, K. Clarke, J. Schweis, Mrs. Lane, M. McDonough, C. Alston. Third row. D. Winchell, N, Jawitz, Apostolides, C, Walb, P. Weber, B. Martone, A. Lane. Second row: J. Newman, C. Connor, A. Rosenberg, E. Muller, M. Fitzgerald, A. S. Kutner, J. l-laag, 6. Anderson, S. Bevan, J. Hobson, J. Arzt, B. O'Brien, S. Guba, P. l-logan. ELECTION CCMMITTEE Every time a school-vvide referendum or an election is held, the Election Committee sees that it is done properly. The com- mittee is responsible for Student Council elections and tor the approval ot petitions, campaign posters, speeches and voting procedures, This year, under the leadership ot Mrs. Aposto- lides and Carol Walb, the elections were handled with pre- cision, clarity and excellence. BUDGET COMMITTEE Every activity ot the high school operates under a central budget, At the close of the year, each activity submits a re- quested budget to the Budget Committee. Since the present cenral budget is not large enough to allot each organization its requested sum, the committee must research each request and make the necessary cuts. Finally, the committee constructs a balanced budget tor the next Hscal year which is submitted to the Student Council for ratitication. This year, Student Coun- cil Treasurer Scott Carde is the chairman of the committee under the enlightened guidance ot the sponsor, Mr. Ryder. Bottom row, lett to right: G. Robbins, R. S. Carde. Second row: P. Johnston, E. Milner, A. Rosenberg, G. Tobias, C. Sporbert, J, Morrison, M. Norris. Page lOl PUBLICITY COMMITTEE An orgonizotion vvhich provides severol importont functions tor our school is the Publicity Committee. Sponsored by Mr. Boring, the members ore chorged vvith publicizing school events, Teom scores, ond teom division standings. ln oddition, the committee mointoins o lobby bulletin boctrd ond is respon- sible tor distributing mops tor ovvoy othletic events. Seated, lett to right: C. Keppler, L. l-lile, W. Wolfe, B. Laud, W. Ohlerich, C. Flynn. Page lO2 ART COMMITTEE The tosk ot The Art Committee is to review tor opprovol dll posters ond disploys which ore to groce the vvolls ot our school ond to ossure thot they ore ot o high coliber. Furthermore, the committee prepores suitoble decorotions for certoin occosions ond bolsters school spirit through the use ot oppropriote pos- ters, This yeor the group vvos sponsored by Mr. Blokney with Mory Ryon os President, First row, lett to right: J. Creighton, E. Duffy, A, Storm, J. Arwshan, P. Aquino, K. Durr, M. McCattrey. Second row: J. Manley, l.. l'lile, N. Tantillo, M. Ryan, B. Rempe, D. Eritts, P. Dalzell, S. Seider, P. Evans. HEALTH AND SAFETY CCMMITTEE The Heolth ond Sotety Committee ctids The Student Council in the promotion ot heolth ond sotety conditions in our school. lt sponsors vorious cleon-up compctigns, helps with the onnuol senior chest X-roys, ond mointoins o bulletin boord tor the benefit ot The students, The committee is led by Miss Smith ond Robert Gotes. Seated, lett to right: J. Meci, K. Hubbard, R. Gates, A. Storm, R. Gensel. Standing: W. Wolf, C. Keppler, W. Ohlerich, D. Troutman. R. Gorin, J. Kelly. HANDBOOK COMMITTEE The purpose of the Handbook Committee is to prepare a handbook, The Troian Guide, for the benefit ot sophomores and nevv students. The Guide, which is distributed at the be- ginning ofthe academic year, gives a description ot the vari- ous committees and clubs along with their sponsors and pur- poses. ln addition, this committee, headed by Mrs. Watts and Kathy Watson, prepares the school calendar, which lists matters ot interest that occur during the school year. Bottom row, lett to right: J. Diebold, I.. Witkin, C. Alston. Second row: D. Darey, K. Terrence. E. Dolan, K. Watson, M. McCagney, S. Flanagan. JUDICIARY COMMITTEE Dennis Mayer, Ellin Fredricksen, and Mrs. Sime have led the .ludiciary Committee in a relentless probe concerning the pos- sible reinstatement of the Student Court. This issue is one ot the most heated ever to be discussed at GC, The probe ended vvith a school-vvide student referendum which tentatively cru- cified the court. The clear thinking on the part ot the members of the Judiciary Committee vvas ot inestimable value in that it gave the students a precise evaluation ot this important situ- ation. Bottom row, lett to right: R. Cash, C. Keppler, D. Mayer, E. Fredrick- sen, P. I-Iundemann. Second row: K. Witkin, J. Meci, W. Ohlerich, R. Gorin, K. I-Iubbard, J. Kelly. LIBRARY COMMITTEE Setting standards tor student citizenship in the library and making suggestions tor the improvement of the same tall under the jurisdiction ot the library Committee, The hard-working group also supervises the sale ot the ever-popular paperback books and is responsible tor the many artistic displays which grace our library. Tom Motamed, the committee chairman, together vvith Miss Crabtree, led the group through a produc- tive year. Seated, lett to right: G. Melis, Miss Crabtree, T. Motamed. Page IO3 Pog Bottom row, lett to right: Mrs. Spiers, B. Molter, P. Kehoe. G. Healy, J. Vomlehn, M, Garvey, M. Tralres. Third row: R. Walsh, B. Mort, R. K. Healy, A. Hoyt, P. Seymour, C. Hayes, Mrs. Reppert. Second row: Rossetti, B. Eggers, R. Quinn, T. Morgan, B. Browne, K. Schaus, J. M. Torney, M. Primrose, M. Van Wye, J. Stone, S. Lyons, J. Lane, Kelly, A. O'Brien, E. Neilson, B. Gray. ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE The purpose of the Assembly Committee is to provide ond orronge on interesting ond instructive progrom ot student ossemblies throughout the yeor. Mrs. Spiers ond Kothy Heoly leod the group in plonning programs which involve o mini- mum of expense tor the GO, This yeor Secretory Ann Hoyt wos responsible for oll correspondence with guest speakers, including Mr. Formisono, o tormer teocher, ond Midshipmen Bergen of Annopolis. The progroms ore plonned tor the bene- fit ot the students ond ore o meons ot providing culture os well os entertoinment tor the student body. ACTIVITY COMMITTEE The Activity Committee performs o service ot greet volue to the school, The committee keeps records ot oll the school's mony octivities, ot their meeting doys ond ploces, ond of their members. Miss Snyder, obly ossisted by lone Hoog, provides the group in this necessary tosk, The committee is olso respon- sible tor up-cloting ond odministering the Restrictive Unit Act which is oll-important to the close integrotion ot student octiv- ities. Eirst row, lett to right: D. Dexter, K. McGann, C. Gray, J. Gray, E. C. Zehnder, J. Odgers, A. Brown. Third row: S. Flanagan, P. Bolz, Early, C. Fasciani, R. Oltrnanns, L. Jaclc, B. J. Rempe. Second row: W. Oltmanns, B. Blanlcley, M. Blanlcley, L. Manville, J. Baerenlclau, J. McCarthy, J. Miller, P. Bock, J. Haag, Miss Snyder, W. Anderson. N. Anderson, E. Accardo. e IO4 Bottom row, left to right: A. Kalantgis, P. Oram, J. Raymond, L. Capo- C. Alsten, L. Byrne, K. Canevarl, L. Leyer, J. Kennedy, M. McCaqney. blanco, L. Manyille, J. Baerenlclau, F, Billilteri, E. Venables, G, Van Fourth row: M. Rosano, B. Laud, l.. l-lile, S. Bevan, M. Lutz, J. Manley, Buslcirlc, G. Klayer, K. Cutt, B. Gillces. Second row: C. Corso, C. A. Lane, K. Clarlce, C. Walb, V, Schofield, P. Blalce, D. Kehoe, P. Fasciani, L. Molter, K. Wagner, G. Gillces, B. Martone, S. Padden, Henning, C- Salvato. D, l-'laas, J. Gray, L. Gray, Third row: N. McEwan, N. Blake, C. Smith, SOCIAL CCDMMITTEE The social oftairs ot the Student Council are organized ond carried out bythe Social Committee and its co-chairmen Bar- boro Martone and Sally Padden. Their primary concerns are the annual Winter Wonderland Ball at which our Snow Queen is crowned, and the reception which follows the Student Coun- cil elections. The success ot these two functions bears witness to the abHHy and pemeverance ofths hard-worhng com- mittee. N, ' Q Page lO5 Seated on tloor, left to right: P. Bock, L. Cartnick, K. Setian, S. Fagan. Seated: L. Manville, P. I-logan, P. Ivlitchem, J. Arzt, M. Norris, B. Collier, S. Guba. STUDENT ORIENITATION RESERVE FUND COMMITTEE The Student Orientation Committee performs the necessary and important task of acquainting all sophomores and new students with the workings of the school. The sponsor, Mr. Horton, and President, Kathy Setian, led the group this year. The group's main functions are the distribution of student guides to all new students and the distribution and correlation of activity sign-up sheets. COMMITTEE lt is the task of the Reserve Fund Committee to suggest monetary appropriations for various projects which will benefit the entire school. Their suggestions are then considered and decided upon by a school-wide referendum. This year the Committee, under the direction of Mr. Nelson and Doug Beck, has proposed several referenda for student consideration. First row, left to right: L. Smith, J. Jenks, P. LeSueur, G. Tobias, J. Goodwille. Second row: G. I-larvey, C. Sporbert, A. Rosenberg, R. Carpenter, J. Newman, K. Smith. Third row: P. Johnston, E. Muller, R. Vollmerhausen, C. Smyth, P. Bohm. --cf Page IO6 Bottom row, lett To right: L. Gray, K. Sullivan, R. Spinicelli, B. Tray, K. Meyers, K. Cody. Second row: N. Mann, P. Mullen, N. Feldman, N. Garard, K. Kreici, H. Molloy. Third row: M, Vinson, J. Brewer, D. Monticello, B. Mandleur, J. Goldtuss, P. Brashears. LIBRARY STAFF Students who wish to learn some of The finer points of li- brary technique find ample opportunity to fulill this goal in the various manipulations concerned with the transfer of books. They further provide a valuable service to students and Teach- ers by supplying Them with magazines on request. All members look torvvard, at the end of the year, to the acTiviTy's culminat- ing event, "The Great Annual lce Cream Festival." OFFICE WORKERS The members of The Office Workers stat? contribute im- measurably to the smooth-running ofthe school, Participating students give up Their free periods to assist in The clerical operations of both the Main Office andthe Guidance Ofifice. The group is also responsible for the distribution ot the daily absentee list. First row, right to lett: K. Watson, M. Dean, K. Appelt, Mrs. Marcial, R. Senna, C. Flynn, M. Gratteo. Second row: F. Billitteri, M. Ahern, P. Johnston, C. Sporbert, M. Fitzgerald, T. Smith, N. Steinert, J. Milie. Third row: G, Robbins, V. Galterio, V. Benna, D. George, C. Smith, G. Christ. l r Page lO7 AUDIO VISUAL SQUAD The Audio Visual Squad daily distributes tape recorders, film proiectors, and phonographs to the members ofthe taculty. In addition, the squad trains new members in the maintenance and repairs at audio visual machines. With the helpful guid- ance of Mr. Cunningham, the sponsor, and Andy Flanagan, the President, the squad has given hours ot valuable service to our school. Seated, lett to right: A. Flanagan, J. Smith, Mr. Cunningham, K. Owen, R. Kallmen. Second row: R. Kohlmann, J. McCarthy, W. Swanton, J. Salzmann. Page TO8 LOST AND FOUND All articles found around the school building are taken to the Activity Ottice. Here, under the direction ot Miss Snyder, lost and Found workers assist negligent students in regaining their possessions. These members display unclaimed items and return articles to their rightful owners. Bottom raw, lett to right: C. l-lipp, P. Connolly, l'-l. Molloy, C. Pollock. Second row: C. Schueler, l.. Gray, Mrs. Bauer, P. Mullen, M. Macklin, A. Kalantgis. Third row: N. Mann,, l.. Davidson, M. Mcl-lugh, S. McNeill. STUDENT STORE The Student Store workers do the school an indispensable service by making available to the students virtually all the commodities they will need in school. Such items as pencils, rules, gym-suits, review books and other special items abound at the store. Mrs. Arnold and Fred Muhlsteft captain the squad. First row, lett to right: D. Danzig, J. Weter, Mrs. Arnold, J. Duck- worth, R. Stambaugh, F. Muhlstett, B. Fellows. Bottom row, lett to right: S. O'l-lare, N. Mann, K. Sullivan, R. Spini- Myers, C. Schattef E. Dutfy, B. Troy, E. Cahill, M. Primrose. Third celli, C, Aspland, Mrs. Lucha, M. Lutz, J. Rundlett, L. Gray, D. Haas, row: J. Jenlcs, T. Eclcis, J. Mera, M. llitlqefdlfll. C- SfT1Ylli- E- MUHGV. K. Sweeney. Second row: M. Carpenter, P. Mullen, J. Sullivan, K. J- MOl'6mSCl, B. V6SS6iOil'l, A. Samuel. RED CRQSS The Garden City Chapter of the Red Cross combines en- thusiastic representatives from titty homerooms with the club's officers and other volunteers to further the aims ot the national organization. These aims consist ot collecting money and use- tul articles for less privileged people at home and abroad. Under the able leadership ot President Cathy Aspland, and Miss lucha, the sponsor, the members have made an outstand- ing eFfort to enlist homeroom support and to investigate local activities and opportunities tor service in the community. TECHNICAL DIRECTDRS Perhaps one of the most vital but less publicized group of students is the Technical Directors. These dedicated members are responsible for sending out the Daily Bulletin, providing microphones for dances, concerts, and assemblies, and play- ing music during lunch periods, Mr. Cunningham was the spon- sor this year. Seated, lett to right: A. Flanagan, B. Eggers, Mr. Cunningham, D. l-leitzrnann, B. Kohlmann, D. Borner. Page 709 First row, left to right: C. Walb, N. Serrell, S. Mitchell, S. Kutner, B. Martone. Second row: S. Finneran, K. Schroeher, P. I-Iartrnann, A. I-Iarrison. MAGAZINE DRIVE During the second week of October, the entire student body rang doorbells in search of subscriptions for the annual Maga- zine Drive, This drive comprises the main source of income forthe individual class treasuries, and it also aids in providing funds for the various school activities. Each day in the Meet- ing Room, amid loose money, tiying tapes, and bewildered homeroom captains, announcements were made, accounts written, and prizes distributed under the direction of Chairman Sue Mitchell and Co-chairmen Shelley Kutner, Nancy Serrell, and Carol Walb. The termination at a tremendously successful drive was celebrated by a dinner date at StoufTer's, FIRE PATROL The Fire Patrol is a group of boys who are trained in fire- fighting methods and are able to assist the faculty in carrying out fire drills. The main activities consist of running the school tire drills and patroling the halls during assembles. This year outstanding members were Ken Smith, the captain, Jeff Mera, and Andy Flanagan. Bottom row, left' to right: A. Flanagan, E. Muller, G. Klayer, J. Oalcley, T. Eclcis, E. Muller, C. Smyth, M. Connor, R. Mazaari. Third row! D. M. Ryan, G. Van Buslcirlc, K. Smith. Second row: G. I-Iarvey, R. Caine, GGHSGI. N- PSIIYI J- Meta. K- Hubbard. T- Smlill. J- MUVPIWY- Page IIO FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA The Future Teachers ot America is a club with one distinc- tive purpose, to aid and encourage those students who are considering careers in the field of education, and to try and interest others in this worthwhile and rewarding profession, This year finds the executive board dominated by seniors. President, Sheila Lyons, Vice-president, Judy Meyers, Secre- tary, Lois Dreher, and Treasurer, Joan Eberle. Mrs. Schnaubelt, the sponsor, is an interested and invaluable asset to the club. The members enioy working as Teacher's Aides for various teachers in the high school, and there is a Student-Aide pro- gram which is carried on in the nearby elementary schools. The club also has various speakers and oFfers lectures by teachers and others who are able to offer valuable informa- tion and advice to the members. First row, left to right: C. Scribner, C. Schenck, M. Blankley, G. lng ram, L. Campbell. Second row: N. Gerard, S. McNeill, S. Smithson, K. Cody, Mrs. Bernstein, J. Baerenklau, E, Venables, J. Stigliano, C. Sheehy, P. Gordon. Third row: C. Connor, C. Fields, C. Tiffany, J Bottom row, left to right: M. Murphy, G. Klayer, C. Salvato, K. Wagner, L. Capobianco, S. Daly, S. Lyons, Mrs. Schnaubelt, L. Dreher, N. Freeman, M. Duttey, M. Meaney, J. Garibaldi, l-l. Feldeisen. Sec- ond row: J. Creighton, L. Brown, l-l. Claiborne, B. Olson, D. Haas. L. Gray, S. Gray, C. Fasciani, N. Jawitz, C. Joslyn, P. Bolz, C. Flana- gan, P. Hogan. Third row: J. Odgers, C. Zehnder, K. Schmidt, J. Miller, M. O'Connor, J. Jackson, M. Costello, D. Cooney, K. Stringer, D. Dexter, L. Witkin, S. Douglas, P. Blake, D. Fritts, M. Chagall, P. Evans. FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA Future Nurses of America works to unite those girls who are interested in exploring the various aspects of nursing. Through guest speakers, films, field trips, and discussions, the members are given every opportunity to choose intelligently their course of future study. A highlight of the club is the Christmas project by which a needy group of people is exposed to the benefits the club can offer, Under the able leadership of the school nurse, Mrs. Bernstein, and President Janet Baerenklau, the club encourages its members to enter nursing. Gray, D. l-laas, C. Fasciani, C. Bligh, L. Gray, F. Lemba. Fourth row: l-l. Westphahl, D. McGann, P. Outcault, M. Dutfy, L. l-lermanson, J. Abbott, K. Du, B. Addy, L. Jack. Page ill Bottom row, lett to right: K. Anderson, l. Eclcmann, D. Garber, S. M- CUV'ftVT1iI'1S, J. Finley, S. Sauer, J. Bock, S. Kleninqer, A. Tompkins Webber, D, Franson, J, Wachsr-nan, J, Haag, Migg Dunlop, K, DU' J, K. Meyers. Third rowz J. Kochonczyk, B. Lane, A. Cunha, D. Kehoei l-lervey, J. Clarlc, L. Brownell, K, Clarlce, M. Dwyer. Second row: D. T. O'Brien, L. Nelson, M. Chagoll, C. Walb, J. Siegel, L. Lanqmore, Frilts, F. Lernbo, R. Colin, N. Jacob, M. Southwiclq, L, MCGUinne55, D. Pleuthner, D. Reicherter, J. Hobson, B. l-lagstrorn, G. Lourelcas. FRENCH CLUB Aimez-vous le francais? The French Club increases students' enioyment of the language through on appreciation ot the French people and their culture. Miss Dunlop, the sponsor, and President Kathy Du provide an opportunity tor informal conversation in the language, and such activities as speeches from students who have visited France, a Christmas hoote- nanny, and games. SPANISH CLUB The goal ofthe Spanish Club is to promote interest in Spain and latin America among the student body. This year, the executive board presented a diverse program including a Spanish dinner, a Christmas party, and various films. ln oddi- tion, Margo Chagoll and Martha Vazquez showed slides of their experiences in Spain and Mexico. A highlight of the year was a Held trip to Man of La Manaka, a popular off-Broadway play. The club was led by the capable president, Margo Chagoll, and guided bythe enthusiastic sponsor, Miss Hurry. First row, left to right: P. Owens, S. Seider, K. Cody, F. Karl, S. Quint, Martone, B. Zaslove, M. Kane, B. Collier, L. LaMantia, Third row: J, Tate, D. Fritts, Miss l-lurry, M. Chagall, C. Walls, L. Nelson, B. J. K. Schenclc, J. Sullivan, B. Martone, J. Schweis, K. Sullivan, S. Gross- Rempe, P, Stuart, C. Flynn. Second row: S. Feeney, S. Klemenger, M. bard, P. Marcellino, J. l-leath, C. Vince, B. Powell, M. Rosano, D. Blanlcley, P. Boclc, L. Manville, B. Blanlcley, L. Lagna, P. Searles, L. Kel-noe, G. lngram, L. Shannon, B. Laud. Page H2 Bottom row, lett to right: L. McGuinness, J. Jackson, J. Zeller, D. DeMuth, J. Wachsman, J. Lane, Mr. Bruni, P. Lornedico, M. Norris, V. Bressan, M. Franson, L. Cartnick, J. Hobson, P. Kehoe. Second row: J. Dillman, T. Morrow, M. Sullivan, S. Flanagan, P. Ernslie, D. Brevoort, M. Southwick, E. Dolan, S. Lyons, A. Forshay, L. Byrne, M. Garvey, F. Crosby, B. Campbell. Third row: F. Goyanes, M. Ryan. LATIN CLUB R. Laud, P. Braseth, P. Oppermann, T. Collins, J. Raskopt, M. Green, W. Schaaf, D. O'Brien, P. Raskopt, T. McClelland, M. Anthony, D. Lynch. Fourth row. B. Behrer, V. Raskopt, S. McDougal, P, Shemella, D. Blanchard, J. Eastburn, J. Stranpter, J. Mera, P. Behm, J. Mc- Carthy, E. Muller, R. Bankes, S. Irwin, M. McCarthy, L. Thomas, D. l-lobson, C. Smyth, B. Franz. GERMAN CLUB The Latin Club otters scholars at the language both an en- tertaining and instructive background in Latin and Roman culture. Consuls Bill Green and Mac Norris organize a number ot Latin teasts lpizza partiesl through which the students dis- cover many ot the aspects at lite in ancient Rome. The Club members gain their knowledge tram such sources as audio- visual aids and the sponsor Mr. Bruni, "one at the tew experts on Latin culture in the world today." First row, lett to right: L. Richter, M. Dillon, S. Polignani, S. Daly, D. Olsen, M. l-lalsted, J. Diebold, M. Wright, P. Stuart, M. Torney, D. Dexter, L. Schmeelk, B. Sterrett, D. Torney. Second row: D. Rickard, J. l-lebrank, E. Milner, R. Favuzza, M. Sherry, T. l-loyt, J. Von Lehn, M. Dalzell, V. Quinn, B. Wield, A. Tompkins, D. Troutman, S. Nevin. This year, the German Club, under the leadership ot Mrs. Dubsky, the sponsor, and Marcia Wright, the President, plans a broad range ot activities to interest every member. Meetings are conducted bilingually so that both beginning and more advanced German Students may beneht, Emphasis at the meetings is placed upon participation ot everyone present. This otten takes the torm ot singing German folk songs, Musi- cally talented members are also encouraged to pertorm Ger- man works. To further its knowledge of German music, the club plans a field trip to the Metropolitan Opera. Lectures and hlms in bath English and German, covering a wide range of topics, round out the club's program. Although the club plans to hold several meetings iointy with the Humanities Club, any- one interested is welcome to attend each at the meetings. Page H3 FIESTA Once again, Mr, Genna's Spanish IVH class has taken the responsibility of producing Fiesta, the Spanish language liter- ary magazine, Under guiding inspiration trom Barbara Collier, Fiesta's Editor-in-Chiet, the group of tourteen students contributes articles, iokes, compositions, and a special mys- tery feature. The magazines Art Editor was Debbie Fritts, and Ed George fulfilled the momentous responsibilities as Stapling Editor. Seated on tloor, lett to right: B. Rempe, M. Blanlcley, P. Bolz. Seated: P. Bock, B. Collier, Mr. Senna, M. Chagall, D. Eritts. Standing: P. Marcellino, J. l-leidelberger, S. Grossbard, F. Muhlstett, P. Taylor, W. Sheldon, E. George. Page H4 C H A N T E C L E R Chantecler is the French literary magazine, produced and edited by French students under the supervision of Mr. Chan- over. The material contained in Chantecler consisters of crea- tive writing, prose and poetry contributed by members ot French classes. After the club has iuclged the entries, a collec- tion ot the best works is published. Seated, lett to right: K. Clarke, B. Mann, S. l-lahn, Mr. Chanover, M. Keyes, A. Lane. Standing: D. Reicherter, J. Tate, L. l-lile, L. Witlcin. GEDANKEN DER JLIGEND Gedanken der Jugend is the school's German-language literary magazine. lt contains articles, stories, and poems, both serious and humorous, retiecting the opinions and expressing the thoughts ot the students, Emphasis is placed both on the writing and onthe illustrations done by the contributors under the direction of Mrs, Dubslry, the sponsor, and Marcia Wright, the editor. This year, the statt was rewarded tor its hard work by a congratulatory letter from the cultural attache ot the West German Consulate. Seated on floor, lett to right: J. Diebold, S. Vogler, L. Richter, S. Daly, D. Lange. Seated: J. Goodwillie, J. Edling, D. Troutman, B. Starnbaugh, M. Wright, Mrs. E. Dubslcy, R. Ginns, A. Tomkins, C. Scribner. DEBATING CLUB Giving The students The opportunity to practice public speak- ing is one of The purposes ol the Debating Club. Through Tournaments with other schools, the members are Taught To orgonize Their Thoughts and learn about current problems, This year, Mr. Wolnar vvas The sponsor, ond The PresidenT vvas Sue Oswald. The club is aflliliotecl with The National Forensic League. SeaTecl on Tloor, leTT To righT: B. Laud, D. Dexter. Seated: L. Lewis, C, Corso, G. Robbins, S. Oswald, Mr. Woinar, M. l-lalsted, 5. Winningham. FQREIGN POLICY FORUM The Foreign Policy Forum is open To any student interested in a discussion ol The international situation in relation To United States foreign policy, Under The direction of Mr, Mele Ton ond President Byron Fellows, The students Try To learn more about The world oround Them. The highlights of The yeor are a coolc-out and a mock United Nations meeting puT on by The students OT several schools, Seated on floor, left to right: L. Uzzell, J. Noble, F. Rhodes, Seated: J, Casey, L. Lewis, E. DocherTy, B, Fellows, B. Valle, M. Tornaslro. Standing: J. Morrison, P. Burch, J. Pendleton, W. Lorinq, W. Ohlerich. W, Well, N. STeinerT. CHESS CLUB Every Thursday alternoon cries ol exaltation can be heard Trom room 2lO as members ol The Chess Club terminate Their matches. l-leaded by Presldent Jim Salvatore, This club pro- motes interest in playing better chess Through instruction given by The sponsor, Mr, Walter, To ony student. At The end ol The yeor The club holds a Tournament To determine The school's champion chess player. First row, left To right: L. Blake, F. Koenig, S, Jack, J. Salvatore, W. Kirlcwood, J, l'-lebranlc. Second row: J. Kuhlman, E. Milner, D. Rickard P. Taylor, W. Lorinq. Third row: J. Morrison, Mr. Walters, P. Burch, J. Johnston. Page ll5 "Where'd he go?" Page 716 v. 4' Q, , f-, "Now girls, you've go'I' To give The audience whaT ii' wanTs." MASQUERS One of The largesT and mosT popular groups in The school is Masauers. Twice a year sTudenTs display Their diverse TalenTs in plays aimed Toward The Typical culTure-minded sTudenT and parenT. For abouT six weeks before each producTion The liTTle TheaTre, audiTorium, and "green room" are alive wiTh Tren- zied acTiviTy. The sTudenTs design and build Their own seTs, provide The props, and sew The cusTomes as well as direcT and acT in The plays. Under The able leadership of faculTy sponsor Mrs. Spiers, each producTion is usually greeTed by a large Turn-ouT of parents, sTudenTs, and Theaire devoTees in general, This year's Tall play was My Sisler Eileen, sfarring Two of our veTeran acTresses, Carrie Hayes and Nancy lang. The play's siudenf direcTor was Masauers' PresidenT, Barbara Molier. INITIATED MASQJERS Firsr row: B. Moller. Second row, leil To riqhl: N. Lang, C. Hayes, J Sfone, M. Franson, P. Kehoe, Mrs. Spiers, E. Fredriclcsen, E. Neilsen L. McCoy, V. Quinn, P. Seymour, M. Tralcas, S. Lyons, J. Rice, K Healy, B. Friesz. Third row: A. Flanagan, J. Pidal, C. Zabler, S. Smifh- son, M. Torney, M. Dalzell, L. Giblin, A. Hoyl, N. Jawilz, P. Prolz, D. Sfayrides, K. McGann, E. Bales, C. Sporberl. D. Clapp, G. Herlell K. Wafers, A. Buchanan, J. Uellendahl, K. Edwards, E. Zornberq, R. Dennis. Fourlh row: S. Fougner, B. Rempe, M. Luiz, J. Kochanczylc, Mori, B. Browne, J, Hobson, B. Dennis, B. Eggers, A. Richardson, R. Rosserli, J. Hebranlc, D. Slemple, J. Zembruslci, P. Evans, E. Accardo, H. Feldeisen, S. Irwin, W. Gray. UNINITIATED MASQLIERS Firsl' row: Mrs. Spiers. Second row, leff ro riqhf: L. Theofan, D. O'Brien, M. Primrose, W. Pullman, R. Taylor, M. VanWye, J. Kahan, M. Casfre, G. lmpara, P. Goodlcin, J. Saniry, J. Pinclcney, J. Hall, J Cafherwood. Third row: W. Whilmoyer, S. Hile, C. Thoms, K. Pidal, B. Weber, A. Cunha, M. Garvey, L. Jones, P. Weber, J. Swanson, L. Hermanson, J. Genef, M. Cosfello, D. Cooney, J. Garibaldi, J. Dela porle, D. Dexfer, J. Jackson, S. Quint M. Norris. Fourfh row: J. Casa K. Sweeney, M. Perry, R. Walsh, T. Delaporfe, K. Rice, S. Webber, D. Franson, L. Marfone, M. McCagney, J. Kuhlman, S. Schusier, S. Yerdes, M. Cummins, C. Garneff, J. Anderson, I. Eckmann. Fif+h row: M, Scully, D. Ardifa, L. LaSaIa, W. Anderson, J. Odqers, C. Zehnder, F. Cvoyanes, A. Seale, G. Bufler, R. Dunn, S. Senfer, T. Murphy, C. Alsfon, C. Cas+ellano, J. Lucano, K. Anderson, R. Sheels, T. Morgan, J. Krug. Page 717 CHEF'S CLUB Fog HUMANITIES CLUB For Those sTudenTs who wish To brooden Their culfurol hori- zons ond porTicipoTe in ci vorieTy of ocTiviTies oT diversihed TnTeresTs, The Humonines Club, under The sponsorship of Miss Boken, oTTords o perTecT opporTuniTy. The club provides sTu- denrs wiTh o siTuoTion in which They rnoy expond Their inTeresTs ond increose Their knowledge of Topics ronging from iozz To BoTTorn row, leTT To riqhT: K. Meyers, L. Corey, C. Schueler, P. Hunde- mann, D. ConsTas, N. Mann, J. Clarlc. Second row: N. Glirnrn, J Kochanczylc, L. Hile, T. Brown, Miss Bolcen, B. Laud, B. Macandrew M. Kelly, L. Crosby, Third row: L. Dolan, J, Manley, L. Carfniclc, J l-lobson, M. LuTz, J. Boclc, S. Oswald, K. Rickard, K. SchmidT, L. Gray FourTh rovv: D. Dobbins, S. Douqlas, P, Behm, D. Lange, A. Brown, T BuTler, J. Kelly, C. Sn'TyTh, C, Redmond. grophology, PresidenT Torn Brown, Vice-Presidenf Borboro Loud, ond SecreTory Bonnie Mocondrew have worked dili- genlly To provide ocTiviTies in which The members Themselves con porTicipoTe. This yeor The l-lumonifies Club hos sponsored cn InTernoTionol Dinner which wos held QT The home of Tom Brown. The dinner was prepared by The members ond Teo- Tured food ond enTerToinmenT from oll porTs oT The world. Field Trips This yeor encompossed everyThing from TheoTer Trips To hiking, Firsfr row, leTT To riql"T: E. Muller, A. O'Brien, T. Eclcis, C, Smyfhe Mrs. Niedbalski, J. Newman, B. Ris, T. Brown, B. Fellows. Second row W. Ohlerich, W. Gray, G, Franlc, J. Norris, L, SmiTh, M. Fifzqerald J. Kelly, K. Hubbard, R. Cvensel, C. Keppler, R. Banlces, Third row Under The leodership of Mrs. Niedbolslci, Presidenf Edward Muller ond his fellow cheTs hove endeovored, every Tuesdoy oTTernoon, To leorn The bosic skills ond Techniques of The cul- inory orT, This yec1r's highpoinT wos The lorge fesfivol dinner To which Ternole guesTs were inviTed, AT This ofzioir our chefs osserTively proved Thor They could be compleTely independenT oTThe opposiTe sex in The kiTchen. I B. Wolf, A. KoharT, P. LeSueur, D. Billows, D. TrouT'man, E. Muller, N. Wenlc, M. Connor, P. Behrn, S. l-licks, D, BlaTTrnachr, P. Seymour, J. Weishahn. e H8 ART CLUB The Art Club, sponsored by Mr. Blakney, seeks to inspire creative genius by giving the interested student an opportunity to experiment in a greater variety ot, and to work on, ex- tensive proiects. These individual eftorts are culminated in the annual Art Show, scheduled tor May. Under the direction ot President Missy Keyes, the Club has hoped to once more uncover the hidden talent in this school. First row, lett to right: J. Manley, A. Johnston, Mr. Blalreney, M. Keyes, L. l-tile. Second row: L. Corey, J. Clark, M. Blanlcley, M. Ryan, K. Meyers, N. Tantillo. Third row: P. Evans, L. Manville, S. Seider, P. Dalzell, M. Mcffattery. ECCNOMICS CLUB As a new organization this year, the Economics Club hopes to promote an increased interest among the students in all phases ot economics in future years, The main activities ot this club are hearing guest speakers, discussing such sub- iects as taxations, Social Security, and the Stock Exchange, and organizing a tield trip. The sponsor is Mr. Colbert and the President is l-lattie Westphal. Lett to right: P. Stuart, Mr. Colbert, E. Docherty, J, Fleming. RADIO CLUB The Radio Club is an organization which maintains and operates an amateur radio station and promotes an interest in electronics. Under the supervision ot Mr. Badger and Presi- dent David Johnson, the club otters a code course to aid prospective hams in obtaining a novice license, Other activ- ities include a metal detector project and a study ot the VFO power supply. Bottom row, lett to right: D. Borner, D. l-leitzmann, P. Taylor, D. John- son, R. Kollrnan, D. Rizzi. Page ll? PHYSICS CLUB BDTANY CLUB The Botany Club, under the supervision of Mr. Turkel, pro- motes the study and greater appreciation of plants, During its weekly meetings, the club's members establish a small herba- rium ot indigenous plants, prepare permanent slides of plant specimens, and learn the techniques of plant-pressing. Presi- dent Betty Oosterom also organizes occasional field trips, Seated on tloor, lett to right: S. Feeney, C. Zabler. Seated: J. Belair, B, Oosterom, Mr. Turlcel, K. Watson, N. Steinert, B. Walt, B. Hill. Page T20 MATHLETES Mathletes is a group ot interested mathematics students who represent Garden City in inter-scholastic mathematic competi- tion. Each month the squad competes in the Nassau County Mathematics league contests, Under the direction of Mr. Biviano, the team attained new heights in the field ot mathee matics. Seated, lett to right: R. Ginns, E. George, R. Oltmanns, Mr. Biviano K. Kirby, R. Schartt, 6. Robbins. The Physics Club gives students having an interest in physics the Opportunity to expand their interests, while having fun at the same time. The club's activities include guest lecturers, contests, and a program on the basics ot computers, The spon- sor is Mr. Miner and Don Heitzmann is President. Seated on tloor, lett to right: A. Rosenberg, S. Nevin, G, Robbins R. Franz, D. Pansirii, E. l-less. Seated: C. Sporbert, D. Mayer, P. Taylor D. l-leitzmann, A. Delyanis, D. George. Standing: R. Cash, J. Sabella T, Muller, J. Raskopt, D. Troutmcin, J. Goodwillie, D. Johnson, D. Voile lvl. Gatta, S. Cl'1u,J. Ober. Sealed on floor, lelfl To righii G. Lee, H. Gioberi, M. l-lalslead, J. Colin, P. Ginquinio, S. Douglas, L. Brownell, lvl. Dean, E. Dolan, E. Vorn Lehn. Seaied: J. Zeller, E. George, Mr. Zillca, Mr. Waliers, F. Early, L. Seqre, M. Sherry. Goyaries, D. Dobbins. Siandinqz T. l-loyi, V. Difforno, B. Zazlove, R, BOYS' BIOLOGY CLUB Sponsored by Mr. Wolier, mole siudenis con furiher Their siudies in The field of biology in The Boys' Biology Club. Mem- bers of This club perform disseciions on feiile pigs, crciylish, ond lorge bullirogs. By meons ol odvonced disseciions, The boys explore oll helds ol biology. Boilom row, leil To righiz J. Ober, G. Harvey, D. Sensei, T. Eclcis P. Lomedico, M. Connor, A. Rosenberg, B. Behrer, C. Srnyih, Dr. Borui. Second row: J, Kelly, P. Behm, J. Norris, B. Ris, E. J. Muller, T, GIRLS' BIOLOGY CLUB The Girls' Biology Club, during iTs bi-weekly meetings, Tur- Thers The sludy ond oppreciorion ol biologicol Techniques. Under The supervision oi Mr. Zillco ond Presideni Koihy WoT- son, These devoied girls perform such ocTiyiTies os embedding specimens in ploslic, dissecling hsh, ond Toking occosionol field Trips, Aside from These moin ocTiyiiies, The girls olso heor discussions Trcm guesr speolcers, ond climox The yeor wiih on onnuol Teo. I Molarned, M. Greer, J, l'-leidelbe':1er, D. Trcuirnen, Third few! S. G-rossbard, C. Meuzakihs. A. Greer, G. Wiggins, J. Mere, K. Billows, E. Mul'er, P. LeSueur, l-l. Tiernan, R. Rosselii. Page Front' row, left to right: J. Bock, S. Bevan, K. Hult, E. Bates, R. Green- wald, C. l-lult, C. Holman, J. Ritter, P. Searles, D. Clapp. Second row M. Tomasko, S. Latham, A. Delyanis, D. Brevoort, D. Zazzali, L. Maiorca, S. Oswald, D. Stemple, D. Dahl, L. l-lorfon, W. Malroney, B. Kohut, L. Kelferborn, J. Kovalcik. Third row: L. Dreher, D. George P. Taylor, J. Kochanczyk, M. DeTurk, P. Paradiso, D. Rickard, K Kirby, D. Danzig, D. Pifer, R. Grespin, P. Sparacina, D. Blanchard M. Tegnell, J. Curcio, L. Langrnore. Fourth row: W. Greene, M. Vas- 'S" stands for spirit, Sousa, Sheldon and Sounds Unlimited. The Band, headed this year by President Bill Sheldon and under the Direction of Mr. Donald Chadderdon, comprises perhaps the largest group of spirited, hard-working, respon- sible students in the school. This fall they not only added pep to the football games, but also performed an outstanding con- cert in tribute to John Philip Sousa. Mid-winter found the Band hard at work ,preparing for their March ll Concert-a pro- duction that will not soon be forgotten. ln the three weeks that followed, every member pitched in and helped to make the P.T.A. Show, Sounds Unlimited, one of the most successful this department has ever presented. The remaining weeks of Spring were spent in preparing for N.Y.S.S.M.A. and the rat- ing the band received speaks for itself, indicative of the hard work necessary to achieve it. "l knew those Wipeout girls would get the crowd going!" quez, T. Lopinto, E. Cahill, A. Seale, P. Manis, J. Melis, M. Andry R. Stambaugh, E. Muller, D. Johnson, F. Goyanes, W. Kirkwood, M Scheffler, L. Smith, S. Chu, C. Smith, R. Taylor, J. Bock, A. McClana- han, D. Lange, D. Silveri, D. l-linman, G. Muhlsfelzf, R. Hughes, W Sheldon. Fifth row: P. Oppermann, T. Caselli, J. Jenks, J. Edllng R. Kind, J. Cornwell, R. Dillman, J. Kuhlman, L. Brownell, Mr. Chadderdon, M. Conway. .. . .. lam, you are, he is . .. BOTTOTTI VOW, letct to right! K. Ritter. W. MUlFOI'I9Y. B- KOl1Ui. M- row: T. Caselli. J. Curcio, B. Sheldon, F. Muhlstetf, B. Hughes, L. Tornasko, J. Kavalcik, S. Latham. Second row: R. Hillman, K. Shach- Lgnqmgrev A, MCCl5naI'i,5n, D, i-lim-nan, D, Silyeri, mut, B. Hubbard, D. Johnson, M. Schettler, S. Chu, L. Smith. Third DANCEBAND Dance Band is a dedicated group ot instrumentalists who meet each week to play The music ot the "big band." The uniqueness ofthe organization lies in the tact that it exposes its members, and the student body as a whole, To a kind of music which would otherwise be unknown To them. The range oi music is broad and varied. This year we have played every- Thing from Dixieland Jazz, to rock 'n' roll, to modern iazz. Dance Bands big and enioyable task This year has been pre- senting The P.T.A. Scholarship Show. Also, iT has played aT The dances following The instrumental music concerts. Under The leadership ot our sponsor, Mr. Chadderdon, ably assisted by President Bob Hughes, The organization has flourished and grown, giving each ot its members a memorable and reward- ing experience. ORCHESTRA The Orchestra provides opportunities tor players of stringed instruments to add Their talents to The instrumental music de- partment. Meeting daily, he organization exposes its members to many difterent kinds of music, ranging trom classical selec- tions to "pap" tunes. Aside trom this, Orchestra has provided certain intangible benefits to the student body as a whole by introducing them to forms ot music which would otherwise be unknown to them. Under the leadership ot our dedicated director, Mr. Chadderdon, assisted by President Ken Shach- mut, the award-winning orchestra played in the John Philip Sousa Memorial Concert, the Winter Concert, the Spring Instrumental Concert, and the PTA. Scholarship Show. Or- chestra has provided each of its members with a widening and enriching musical experience. First row, lett to right: D. Weistuse, K. Shachmut, D. Dahl, C. Rein- Kohut, J. Kovalcik, R. Hillman. Fourth row: D. Rickard, K. Kirby, D. ecker, L. Horton, S. Lyons, B. Martin, N. Ehmann. Second row: A. Danzig, D. Piter, J. Siegel, A, McClanahan, L. Langrnore, B. Kirkwood, Riley, D. Demuth, A. Budke, C. Zehnder, B. Zaslove, L. Maior'C6, M. D. Johnson, S. Chu. Fitth row: J. Kuhlman, T. Caselli, P. Opperrnann, Conway, J. Chulick. Third row: K. Ritter, R. Greenwald, S. Bevan, K. E. Bailey, L. Brownell. Hult, J. Bock, S. Oswald, D. Stemple, L. Dreher, M. Tomaska, B. l Bottom row, left to right: K, Springer, C. Scribner, K. Masel, R. Spini- Paillard. Third row: l.. Testa, A. Caruso, l.. Gregory, K, Lawson, celli, A, Budke, B. Troy, J. Odgers. Second row: K, O'Connor, L. Riehl, K. Sigriore, S. Serrell. D. Flaherty, D. Maguire, M. Doler, B. Dlfxgnese, C. Zehnder, P. MAJORETTES The Maiorettes is an organization that provides entertain- ment for the school throughout the year. These enthusiastic girls, operating in coniunction with the Band, perform at toot- ball games, at the March concert, and at the Memorial Day Parade. Their colorful uniforms add much to the spirit of athletic events. Keeling, left to right: S. Seider, P. Evans. Sitting: N. Freeman, N. Ehmann, K. Ritter, J. LeBars. Standing: B. Prendergast, P. Owens. COLOR GUARD The Color Guard consists of dedicated students who assist the marching band in its various activities. Besides displaying the flags at home football games, the Color Guard also marches in the Memorial Day Parade, The sponsor is Mr. Chadderdon, with Kathy Ritter and Nancy Ehmann as Co- presidents. CONCERT CHOIR First row, left fo right: Mr. Konowifz, A. Lane, B. Kohart, K. Wagner, M. Halsfed, B. Moller, K. Rice, P. Kehoe, W. Hayes, P. Byrne, P. Kraus, L. Richfer, J. LeBars, J. Brewer, N. Freeman, C. Schaffel, J. Brown, D. Garber, A. Kalanfqis, N. Lang, J. Oakley, S. Kufner, E. Accardo. Second row: B. Marfone, W. Behrer, I. Lallas, D. Brevoorf, J. Reye. C. Hayes, S. Daly, R. Willis, J. Boyle, K. Schous, O. Graco. G. Klaye-R K. Sefian, D. Hoblin, J. Zack, A. Gavin, C. Fougner, D. Sfravides, M. Ahern. Third row: K. Riclrard, M. Franson, S. Guba, J. Odgers, J. Hadden, P. Hogan, N. Ehmann, D. Winchell, M. Dwyer, A. Koharf, R. Siqnore, A. Pascale, D. Hughes, A. Rothman, J. Baeren- lclau, M. McGrath, E. Brennan, K. Reilly, B. Martin, J. Wachsman, E. Meyer, S. Wright, K. Edwards. Fourfh row: L. Hile, S. Douglas, M. Blanlrley, M, Randi, M. Lutz, L. Carfniclc, K. Schroeher, J. Hobson, C. Carfniclc, D. Ross, B. Dennis, B. Birmingham, T. Malreley, M. J. Kelly, S. Webber, B. Zaslove, B. Blanlcley, J. Anderson, S. Shuster, J. Arzf. Fifth row: C. Aspland, B. Marston, F. Billitteri, P. Bock, A. Young, P. Heyden, R. Cash, J. Schweis, A. Lewis, S. Winningham, P. Hamroclc, E. Milner, I. Fredriclcsen, D. Hall, S. Feyler, J. Robinson, D. Abboff. Concert Choir, under the direction of Mr. Konowitz, is composed of about one hundred thirty students who have mastered the fundamentals of music and who enioy using their skills to perform more complicated pieces. This group displays its efiforts at Christmas and 'Easter concerts, and at other functions such as the annual tree-lighting cere- mony and a concert at the Junior High School. Under the leadership of President Kathy Setian, the Concert Choir worked daily this year to pursue its endeavors in the field of choral music. "Quick, fhe PolygripI" "Bum" Page I25 FirsT row, leTT To righT: Mr. KonowiTz, E, Earley, R. Dunn, M. Diclce, lrwin, J. Pinckney, l.. Zampino, l. Campbell, S. BeaTon, K. Kieninger, R. Sanria, D. ConsTas, R. CaTanZaro, S. Fagan, B. Troy, P. Frey, M. P. GiaquinTo. Third row: E. Bailey, l.. Dreher, L. LaSala, B. Campbell, STeinman, A. l-lorsTrnann. Second row: J. Buschrnan, M. Alberi, S. G. Lee, A. Gioberly B. l-lagsTrom, G. Connolly. GIRLS' CHGRLIS Every doy during sixTh period, melodious sounds from The Girls' Chorus con be heord ThroughouT The school. This orgon- izoTion ollows girls To perform works Tor soprono, second soprcrno, ond olTo in borh secular ond religious music, Presi- denT Sue Irwin hos o big pori in conducTing closses. Girls' Chorus odds o lighT Tone To boTh The Winler ond Spring Con- cerTs. CELESTONES Girls wiih excepTionol rnusicol c1biliTy Torrn our rnosT selecTive singing orgonizmion, Celeslones, Under The direcTion oT Mr, Konowilz ond officers Kothy l-leoly ond Jill Hobson, The group sings diFliculT music Tor performances. A signiTiconT porT of The curriculum concerns solo work ond The developrnenT of The individuel voice. The group is composed of TwenTy girls from The senior, iunior ond sophomore closses. BoTTorn row, leTT To righT: B. Macandrew, N. Lang, C. Fougner, K. Brown, J. Lane, N. Jacob. Third row: C. Hayes, N. Freeman, B. l-lealy, J. Hobson, J. Oakley, l.. Jack. Second row: Mr. KonowiTz, D. Koharf, M. Dwyer, l. Lallas, J. Le Bars, S. KuTner. Garber, M. Garvey, S, Guba, D. Torney, M. Ahern, W. Behrer, J. Page T26 MIXED CHORUS G.C. GENTS First row, left to right: Mr. Konowitz, L. Nelson, M. Dean, N. Steinman B, Sterrefl, B. Troy, J. Clark, P. Cohn, L. Cameron, B. Mitchell, L. Davidson, R. Engels, J. Christman, C. LeSauvage, N. Blake, J. Zack, C. Schaffel, N. Freeman, J. Brown, N. Lang, J. Oakley, D. Stavrides, M. Ahern. Second row: V. DiComo, M. Egan, P, Fox, J. Genet, M Dwyer, K. Du, C. l-layes, E. Accardo, B. Neary, J. Shea, L. Thomas, K. Bauer, R. Bankes, D. Franson, C. Holman, M. Kelly, M, Garvey, S The Mixed Chorus is composed of girls and boys who are interested in singing, but vvho have limited experience in choral music. Focus is placed on development of sight-reading pro- ficiency and those skills vvhich necessarily constitute the pro- duction of successful musical performances. The Mixed Chorus, under the direction of Mr. Konovvitz, performs twice a year in concerts, Padden, W. Behrer, L. Jack. Third row: J. Odgers, J. Nye, J. Manley. B. Koch, P. Emslie, S. Flanagan, M. Norris, K. l-lealy, E. l-less, N. Parrott, D. Reicherter, B. Campbell, L. LaSala, M. Duffy, B. Zaslove, J. Senter, E. Brennan, D. Cooney, R. Sanna. Fourth row: T. Murphy, C. Castellano, J. Lane, N. Jacobs, S. Finneran, T. Kelly, E. Carfnick, D. Ross, J. Melis, A. Kohart, B. Willis, M. Cummins, J. Paisley, J. Anderson, l. Eckmann, D. Torney, D. Olsen. After a two year absence, GC. Gents has returned this year to give interested boys a chance to perform in a small ensemble. Under the direction of Mr. Konovvitz and President Dennis Reicherter, the boys have gained considerable experi- ence and musical knowledge, The group hos made great progress as demonstrated by their performances in the winter and spring concerts, Bodom row' 'eff +0 rgqhi: D. Reqcl-yerierv B, Nea,-yu R, Willis' B, Vagga. Parrott, T. Kelly, R. Oakley, T. O'l-lara. Third row: R. Mori, R, Rudiqer, lotti, R. Eckis, T. Davies, Mr. Konowitz. Second row: R, Sammon, N. T- MUVVGW D- ROQSVS- C' l'lanlO'l- .ii l 5. A . i Qt 3 s r . ,V am' of 4 A P , ' . . 5 i 1 5 1. Page l27 FOLKSONG CLUB ORGAN CLUB Bottom row, left to right: K. Schroeher, M. Blanlcley, J. l-laag J Kochanczylc, S. Fougner, J. Colbeth, D. Olsen, P. Boclr, L. Hile, L. Manville, J. Baerenlclau, M. Meaney, M. O"Connor, M. Rosano, G. lngram, B. Macandrew. Second row: B. l-lagstrom, M. McCagney, P. Searles, M. Randi, L. Cartnick, Miss Kendall, J. Hobson, L. Herman- son, J. Genet, B. Friesz, J. Lane, J. Wachsman, S. Guba, M. McGrath Third row: S. Beaton, A. l-lorstmann, L. Brownell, L. Nelson, M. Luti J. Manley, M. Franson, V. Schofield, B. Blanlcley, J. Jackson, B. Camp- bell, M. Molloy, P. Stuart, L. Fex, B. Collier. Fourth row: D. Cohn, B Browne, W. Pullman, D. Wallace, R. Hobson, P. Paradiso, P. Raslcopt. R:-Sheets, C. Stola, P. Macandrew, J. Kuhn, S. Winningham, C. Cart- niclc, J. Reilly. Fifth row: C. Phinney, D. McCormick, B. Cunningham D. Lange, F. Fortney, D. Greene, R. Karten, S. Grossbard, A. Rosen: berg, B. Stambaugh, E. Muller, M. Fitzgerald, J. Kelly. Students interested in folk music flock every week to the meeting ot the Folksong Club under the sponsorship ot Miss Kendall and President Jill Hobson, The club's meetings include presentations ot songs by various club members ond guest folksong enthusiasts from other schools. The main activity of the club is putting on an assembly in front of the entire student body. The Organ Club supplies the school with music at assemblies, concerts, and such special ceremonies as graduation. ln ad- dition, the club provides its members the opportunity to gain experience in performing organ music and in taking care of the organ. This year the club was directed by sponsor Mr. Konowitz and by Teddy Muller, Lynn l-lile and Janet Odgers. Floor, lett to right: C. Walb, B. Collier, M. J. Kelly. Seated: L. Man ville, J. Hobson, E. J. Muller, Mr. Konowitz, J. Hile, J. Odgers "Just show some appreciation, and no one will get hurt." Bottom raw, lett to right: L. Horton, E. Keyes, Mr. Wardner, B. Rempe, M. Wriciht. Second row: L. Lewis, S. Winningham, R. Cash, N. Tantillo. Third row: M. Dvvyer, S. Bevan, N. Glirnrn, M. Ryan. INK SPOTS Ink Spots is our school's literary magazine for the encour- agement of creativity in vvriting and art, With inspiration from Editor Betty Rernpe and faculty sponsor Mr. Wardner, the Literary Stott selects notable poems, short stories, and essays to appear in the magazine, vvhich is published annually. ll- lustrations and layfout are the responsibilities of the Art Stott, headed by Marcia Wriglit, Business Manager Steve Winning- ham and his stat? are responsible tor soliciting advertising. The resulting publication is a superior one which has merited respected high school literary avvards. lnk Spots is interesting and entertaining to read, and gives both our budding and accomplished writers and artists a chance tor self-expression. QLIILL AND SCRGLL SOCIETY The Quill and Scroll is the International Honor Society for high school iournalists, Induction into Quill and Scroll is a definite honor bestowed on those members ot Mast, Ink Spots, Echo and the various language magazines who have earned such recognition by outstanding service to their publication. This year, in an etiort to activate interest in the Society, meet- ings and assemblies vvith special guest speakers have been planned, The group is headed by President Marcia Wright, Secretary Betty Rempe, and Treasurer Ron Ginns. Bottom row, lett to right: D. Weistuse, A. Johnston, S. Bevan, M. Wright, R, Ginns, B. Rernpe, M. Chaacll. Second row: R. Kendall, C, Mayer, VV.Tef1gart. J',6acdwillie, D. Mayer, D. Fritts, C. l-laberlnern. Page l2C NATIONAL f' g Il X HONOR SOCIETY , Q lnxqlf X Page l3O l , H . ornadfz Tm Eli. The NoTioncTl Honor SocieTy is composed of sTu- denTs whose scholdrship, leodership, chorocTer, ond service ore iudged ouTsTonding by The ToiculTy ond currenT Honor SocieTy members of o school. Since iusT five per cenT of d junior closs ond Ten per cenT of o senior cldss ore inducTed inTo The SocieTy eoch yeor, boTh The honor ond The personol sc1TisTocTion of being d member ore greoT. ln c1ddiTion To enioying The presTige ond The privi- leges ol being pc1rT of The Honor SocieTy, The mem- bers oT The Gorden CiTy Chc1pTer, direcied This yeor by sponsor lvlrs. McNoIly ond Presidem Mork To- mosko, hove performed mony services To our school. Under Honor RciTing Chciirmon Jeff Jenks, ond Honor Roll Choirmon lvlcircio WrighT, The orgc1nizoTion hos prepoired The honor roll for eoch quc1rTer of The school yeor ond hos senT congroTuloTory leTTers To The porenTs of honor sTUdenTs. Under Vice-Presidem Chcirlie Hoberkern, The Honor SocieTy members hove TuTored Those sTudenTs of The school who hdve wonTed help vviTh Their sTudies. Under The SocieTy's officers ond KoThy Heoly, Sue Osvvold ond Kc1Thy SeTic1n, The onnuol inducTion vvos plcinned Tor The eighTeenTh of Februdry, c1T which Time Deon Clorlc of Yole Univer- siTy oddressed The sTudenT body. . . '61 rv OLL HONOR SOCTETY MEMBERS-Bdfcm row: C. Haberkerh, W, Shekirh, M. Wricghf, M. Tgrhaslco, J. Jenks, N. Serreh. Second row: S. O5waTd, D. Hah, P. Smart K. Sofian, Mrs. McNaTTy. Third row: M. Keyes, C. Wah, S. MI'chcI', J. lhie. Fourfh rcw: M. Chagch, R. OTTmahns, K. Shafhrful J. Gccdvf' Ie, A. DGEYGVTTS. NEW HONOR SOCIETY MEMBE RS-Bofhnm row: Mrs. McNally, E. Fredrick- Fmmnor, J, Bork, M. Sims, P. Hartmann, A. Eclcmanh. Fourfh row: R. Scharflf, sen, J. Harm, E. Owshvrom, M. BMI, A. Hgyi, J. LQBMS, P, Lcmbo, N. Freeman, D. O'Brieh, R. Barwkcs, L. Smifh, D. Mnxer, R. Huqhes, J. Rice, J. Norrls, M. A. Pcrshay, B. Rempc, B. Priest. Sw-fsrd ww: L, Richfor, A. Tompkins, J. Baeron- SH'-rm S. Cm. Fwh rsw: T. Eckis, J. Hciddborqor, S. Cirdo, W. Hayes, P. Ham, I., Mnhvlhc, D. Prifis, L. Cmfmick, P. Pfmsihi, L. NQTscn, S. Fihherarw, D. Umthky, R.V.aiTn, W. Ww4ho'eTT, P.TnMmr, G. Rqbbims. Hcifzmfanh. Third row: R, Prisbh-, W. Groom, B. Cfulhvr, E. DoTah, K. Du S. Page 13? mllllllll 2 5' f wt X E ECHO -or 'je maroon anJ gray in glue! ans! milr,, NXXNll wi 'W we garden Gi? Editor-in-Chief .,,,.... Managing Editor Business Editor ,,... .......,Ronald Ginns .........Ronald Schartf .......,Dennis Mayer News Editor ......,,w7..... .......,, Anne Johnston News Editor Assistant ,...,,,, ,,,.,,, E lizabeth Bailey Editorial Page Editor ....,,,,,. ,,.,,.,-, D ebbie Weisfuse Editorial Page Assistant .,..s.,., ,,,,,,, P eter Johnston Features Editor ,......o,.,...... ,,,,,7 P om Blake Features Editor Assistant .,...,. .......Karen Kirby Sports Editor ......,,.......,,s,, .,.,s.....,, R ick Kendall Sports Editor Assistant ....,.,,, ,,-.,,sA W ayne Johnston Advertising Director .....,. ,...,.uuu,,,,,, B ob Orem Photography Editor ...uu ,,...,,,, B ill Eggers Exchange Editor .,.,..,.,. ,.......,uu D ione House Circulation Director u,...,.. ,,,,,,,, Typing Supervisor ..,u.... . Art Editor ..,,,.u..,,..u,, Advisor ...... Mary Jane Kelly .-....Carol Mayer ....-.-.......Jane Miller Laurence Bergen Bottom row, lett to right:'E. Goodrich, L. Marino, B. Oakley, E. Cahill, M. Steinman, L. Cameron, M. Kelly, D. l-louse, S. Fagan, C. Mayer. K. Sweeney, S. Sauer, K. Kochle, N. MacDougall, D. Dexter. Second B. Canivan, D. Vanl-lorne, M. Ryan, P. Protz, N. Boszillcov, M. McCaf- row: R. Orem, P. Blake, B. Laud, D. Weistuse, D. Mayer, R, Ginns, tery., Fourth row: E. George, R. Karten, N. Petty, D. Tuck, E. Milner, R. Schartt, R. Kendall, A. Johnston, J. Miller. Third row: M. Ahern, G. Morrison, J. Berardino, P. Johnston, R. Fager, S. Nevin. Page 132 "Another deadline ..." ECHO The moans, groans and shrieks heard issuing from the Activ- ity Office indicate that another deadline tor Echo is near! The Echo office is the place where reporters, typists, writers, proof-readers, page-editors, and photographers converge to contribute what they can to the school paper. Editor Ronald C3mns,hAanaging EdHor Ronald ScharH,and AAL Bergen,the sponsor, put a great deal of effort into uniting all the many facets to form the newspaper ot Garden City High School, The Echo. The Echo's purpose is to serve as a means of com- munmanon wnhhtthe Ehgh School The yah has ahenuned to do this by printing factual nevvs stories, exciting feature stories, interesting sports reports, and helpful and thought- provohng edhonak. "She says she wants to be war correspondent tor l3Ol" Page 133 Page 734 'var ron: M, Craqaf, C. Haberkerrw. Second row: J. Baercnlrfau, M. Bhnkley, D. Frirfs, E. Keyes. Third raw: L. I-We, B. Macamdrew, R. Kendall, J. Goodwmie, L. ManviUe.Four+L1 row: J. Haag, M. Franson, HQH, P, Dcdey, L, Smifrv. Fiffh row: A. Eckmarwn, M. Norris, L. Carfmick, A. Forsrway, N. Serrefl, S. LXALLCLTELL, D.O'Brinn.S1xHw rCvf:C.WaLb,J. Hobson. MAST To the music of claclcing typewriters, frenzied shouts, and despairing moans, the i966 Mast emerged from a vague idea to a solid four-pound reality. Created out of frayed nerves, short tempers, and a generous helping of inspiration and laughter, our yearbook holds the past year captured in its pages, a year forever gone, but not soon forgotten. Mast meetings were plagued with frequent storms, but on the brighter side, members of the staff had excellent oppor- tunities to brush up on their amateur photography techniques. Co-editors Margo Chagall and Charlie l-laberlcern exhibited their flnancial Wizardry that was undoubtedly brought forth by the stark necessity of penny-pinching. Through the long, dark days of missed deadlines and Wetson's hamburgers, o book of shared memories was produced, reflecting the ioys, disappointments, successes and failures of the present now turned into the past. l used a men's deodoranf . . llcolc, Lcolx , . , see Mast worlr r ! .M ,M -jf-ij? 5 fee st' X53 "But Taagsieepaoh, we needed those pictures rn Septerrberl SPORTS A Each present joy or sorrow seems the chief. -SHAKESPEARE VARSITY CLUB The purpose of the Varsity Club is to give recognition to the achievement of Garden City's athletes. To become a mem- ber, a boy must have a total ot one-hundred and Htty points, which is the equivalent to three varsity letters, and the approval ot the coaches. The president ot the Varsity Club is Jim Roth. Page I38 First row: B. Gorin, G. Natiello, R. Banlces, J. Roth, P. LeSueur, J. Venier S. Baldwin, J. Meci. Second row: A, Greer, B. Green, B. Carnegie, C. Greiner J. Anderson, P. Johnson, J. Post, C. Rullrnan. Third row: P. Dooley, G. Tobias: M. Orvec, B. Billrneier, I-I. Ring, J. lnce, P. Behm. Fourth row: R. Billows, R. I-I. I-Iicks, A. I-Iritz, R. Frisbie, R. Donnelly, P. Psalci, D. McCauley, V. Topping. First row: J. Roth, C. Rullman, 6. Tobias, B. Mitchell, L. Smith. Second row: R. Banlces, R. Frisbie, J. Latson, R. Carnegie. The B.A.A. is an organization composed ot representatives from each grade who have demonstrated exceptional skill in athletics. lts purpose is to promote sportsmanship character throughout the high school. With Charles Rullman as its presi- dent, the B.A,A. sponsors a dessert dinner at the end of the year and distributes letters to boys who have participated in interscholastic sports, BOYS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION I Bottom row: R. Bankes, M. Connor, N. Wenk, L. Volper, G. Natiello, Co-Capt. J. Venier, Co-Capt. C. Rullman, V. Topping, R. l-licks, E. Muller, W. Sheldon T. Motarned. Second row: T. Emmeneger, B. Albigese, J. Raskopf, J. l-lealy, D Blaffrnachr, C. Connor, M. Gate, A. Lewis, B. Reilly, J. Latson, M. Mclilry FCOTBALL Although Garden City won only three out of eight games, the team had a winning season, The team played well with very few fumbles, which have plagued us for many a season. Russ Bankes and Vaughn Topping alternated at quarterback with Bill Sheldon, Rick Frisbie and Charlie Rullman in the back- field. The linesmen did a fine defensive and offensive job, and two of them, Phil Falk and lim Venier, made Nevvsday's all division team. G.C. dropped its opening game to Syosset by the score of l2-6. The only score was by R. Frisbie, One week later we ran up 20 points to Great Neck South's O. Frisbie scored two touchdowns, one a thirty yarder, and Sheldon scored on a 33 yard run. Rullman scored on a sixty yard romp and Topping bombed a seventy yard scoring pass, but both were called back on penalties. The following week Garden City was downed, l3-l2, by Bethpage, Newsday had predicted a 45-T4 defeat for G.C., but we were rougher than expected and far outdistanced Bethpage in yardage. The game was won on an extra point boot. The next game resulted in a victory parade that was half a mile long. After seven years of defeat, Garden City finally tamed the Mineola Mustangs. Steve Latham, "Warren's secret weapon," kicked the extra point after Frisbie barreled seven yards through the Mustang line for the touchdown. Mineola was held to six points in the biggest game of T966. G.C. romped over the Highlanders from l-lerricks by a 28-7 score. Both offense and defense played well. Third row: P. Falk, D. Guarnieri, A. Lewis, R. Frisbie, G. Venables, D. Mac- Cauley, C. Mouzakifis, K. Mahoney, R. Donnelly, M. Oravec, D. Graf, J. Byrne. Fourth row: Coach Riffle, Coach King, Mgr. J. Anderson, P. Psaki, C. Gian- nasio. R, Billovvs, W. Fleming, A, Cosme. l.. Topping, J. Walsh, Coach Silvestri, A 4 4 X kg, i vi, . .Q 7 f . ig. . In 1 K 'wg Page 739 lp!" "Ever had that feeling that you're being followed?" Although Port Washington won the game, T4-7, it was ra Garden City victory, The Port "machine" was held to T4 points, o drop from their average 36 per game. Topping scored in the last three minutes ofthe game and time ran out as Gar- den City was threatening to pull an upset, Great Neck North won the next game, l3-6, in a hard fought battle, The lone Trojan score came from Rick Frlsbie. GC. closed out the season by trouncing Manhasset, 2l-O. A touchdown by Frisble, two by Sheldon, and three soccer style extra points by Steve latham won the game. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Syosseff .LL,,,,,,,L,,,,,,,,,L,v. ,LL,,,,, Greet Neck SOUTL1 Bethpoge .. Mmeolo .,.,,,,LL,,L,,,,,,,, ,,.,.,,, Herricks ,,.,..,..,,, LL.. Port Woshingfon LLL,L ,,,,,,,, Greo1NeckNor1h McmL1ossef ..,,,n,. Opp 12 0 I3 6 7 14 L3 0 wwf ii Q5 Bottom row: F. Bosch, R. Caine, N. Brewer, R. Carnegie, Co-Capt. J. Tobias P Johnsen R Johnson R Cunningham S Madigan J Reilly H Ring W Schaat Co-Capt. P. LeSueur, J. Jenks, A. Hritz. Second row: J. Sanza, D. Barr, P, Bradley G Faras Fourth row Coach Steen D George D Passldomo J Weter Coach D. Troutman, C. Greiner, H. Ris, S. Middleton, S. Latham, C. Eberle. Third row Brlller Mgr C Cartntck SGCCER The soccer team completed a fairly good season with a 7-4-l league record for a second place. The team beat a tough Oceanside team in its opening game, Paul leSueur helped win the game when, with seven seconds left, he booted a goal from the corner. The hrst six games were all victories and Garden City seemed ready to clinch the championship. But then we started losing, The deciding loss was to Great Neck North, by a 4-3 score. The next week, for the first time in history, we lost to Mineola. Following that came a 6-l vic- tory over Great Neck South and one over Herricks. The players this year were as follows: John Sanzo tended the goal with Dave Troutman and Andy Hritz as fullbacks, halfbacks were Pete Johnsen, Henry Ring and Rick Caine, Paul leSueur and Nelson Brewer were the wings, Bob Car- negia and Geoff Tobias were the insides, and Craig Greiner was center forward. Special merit should be given to Paul leSueur, who made the All-County Soccer Team and to Geoff Tobias, who made the All-North-Shore Team. Page 744 Great Neck South Port Washington ,,,,,, Mineola ,..77 .,...7,,,..,. . Herncks ,,,,, ,7,7,,7.,7,,, Great Neck North ,C Division Avenue .,..,, Great Neck South Port Washington Herricks ,, ,, , Mineoia ,,,,c.,,c,,,,cc,.. Great Neck North Division Avenue ,,,. SOCCER SCHEDULE S Q Q - .4 ww ,f iifft . Y if 1 ,, , -Sin 4 ,. f . FM,,u,lI. L 'W , -., A xt YM .. am ic 5 S ,S Q F ' R V W .Q,,,,a-. W ,M-, ., C A' ma-tu .rzmft Opp. i O 3 2 O O 4 2 3 3 4 1 I x lu Q at-1,c,,1,,,, .??, M35 X Page 145 First raw. C. Smith, S. Cheikes, R. Mitchell, S. Chu, R, Van Cise, L. Smith, J. Rodgers, F. Fortney, P. Behm, R Volmerhausen, S. Baldwin, J. lnce, Captain, M. Stern. Second row: Coach Corbridge, J. Richardson, G. Wefer J. Albere, B. Mutant, A. Albino, R. Scharft, B. Hanna, E. George, F. Gilloerti, C. Sea, R, Rose, Coach Slocombe TENNIS Chief Corbridges Tennis Squad improved its record this year. ln one ot the toughest leagues in the state, the team Un- ished with a tie tor third place in our division. The team played erratically, winning the first three matches, losing the next three, winning two more and Hnally, dropping the last two matches, ln the singles, John lnce, Peter Behm, Steve Baldwin, and Larry Smith played well, as did the doubles team ot Bob Vollmerhausen and Alex Eclcmann. Next year three starters- John Rogers, Frank Fortney, and Bob Mitchell-will be back. TENNIS SCHEDULE G.C. Opp. Wheatley ..... .. 4 3 l-lerricks . ............. .... . .. O 7 Port Washington .... .... ...... O 7 Great Neck North... .... l 6 Great Neck South ...... ...... O 7 Page 746 is so 4 if Q J WM K' . First row W Hansen, B. Kollman, B. Laud, D. Blanchard, F. LaSala, J. Duckworth, B. Emslie, C. Reinhardt Second row Coach Bruni, C. Gilman, K. Hubbard, B, Gray, S. Irwin, P, Lum, S. McDougal, B. Slocombe B. Billmeier, R. Gorin, Manager. CROSS COUNTRY The cross country team finished its season with a record of five wins and one loss. This was a great improvement over last year's performance. Top seniors who covered the 2,5 mile course this year were Steve McDougal, Pete Lum, Steve Irwin, Ken Hubbard, and Bill Gray. ln the North Shore Tourna' ment, Gray Hnished eleventh and traveled to Bear Mountain for the Intersectional State Championship. ln the final meet against Bethpage, GC. captured five of the first six places, with Steve Irwin taking first. "Bruni's boys" can look forward to a strong season again next year with Juniors Gilman and Billmeier and Sophomore Bob laud. A-WC. .1 Leli to right. D. T-lorion, T. Butler, Coach Cunningham, Capt. A. Greer, F. Owen, E. Docherty. RIFLERY Coach Cunninghams varsiTy riilery Team compleTed one of The mosi successful seasons in The hisiory of our school. Many maTches were wan by marksmen Kip Owen, Don Cohn and Ed Docheriy, Special meniion should go To Caoiain Ari Greer whose average was The high- esi on The Team and who also placed eighih in couniy siancling. in-at 1.-an in 4 2? 'Wi- Fcge 149 BOT torn row- J Jnce, P. Lum, C. Gre1ner,Co-Copr. J. Porn, Co-Copf, P. Johnsen, S. Irwin, W. Fleming. Second w. Mgr. P. Lomedico, D. Graf, J. Lmtson, R. Vmmernousen, H. Ring, J. Sonzo, F. Siegrisf, Coach Silvestri Third row. Mgr. B. Srcrnbough, R. Orom, D. Pleutlwner, J, Dunn, B. REX, Mgr. T. Smlfn, I X, RX 'S BASKETBALL Eyeryohe 'houghf Garaeh Cffy would have a good Team Thls wrhfer because ol TTs secohd place Tlhlsh To OysTer Bay llfl The Suhwer league, Bur uhlorTuhaTely, helghr seemed To be The deTerrhihT'wg lacTor li Thfs years COl'Y1QClllfOVT, hlohe ol The sTarTlhg Team was Taller Thah slx leeT, ohe lrwch. The league seosora opehed up wl'h a loss To poyverlul Greaf Neck lXlor'h. Scorlhg Twehfyhfwo poThTs, lm RoTh played ah excephohal game. A lOSllTQ srreak coaTIhued ThroughouT The seasoh vvllh losses To GreaT Neck Soulh, Herrlcks, ahcl BeThf page. Bur This seosoh cah be courTTecl as successlu' because we beal arch rival Miheola fwlce. Mahy records were seT This year, such as hlghesT scorihg gonwi HghesTscohhg OgCPSV6lCGUL mQbCSlSCOHUQ auader aaa hTghesT SCOHVTQ hal. lhdlyidually, lim Roh broke 9-54 rec' orols ahd was The secohd hlghest scorer Th GC1VdOlW CiTy's hlsTory4 lThe hTghesT Gee Cee scorer was Carl Braun, laTer To be a professional baskeTball player,l Johh lace cohsisTehTIy Ehsplred The Team wTTh hls accurafe shoohhg ahd hae ball hahdlrhg. ElghTy DGVCQTV ol Sfeve lr- vyTh's shoTs were from The loul llhe, and he did a more Thah adeauaTe lob ballhawkrhg. Craig GV6lFQl ard Blll Flemlha were Thyaluable as backup meh, Nexl year, The Team will be sparked by reTurhlhg sTarTers Johh Sahzo ahd CapTalh Pe+e Johhseh, plus a rfumber of experferrced fuhrors. Page 157 Page L52 ""7"T" -L... BASKETBALL HIGHLIGHTS GC. Por? Woshlngfon ,,,,L. ,,,,L,,,, 8 1 Floral Pork ,L,LL.,,.,,,,L,, ,,,,,,,,v 8 1 Great Neck Soufh ,,,.,,v. ,,,,,,,,, 6 4 Mmeolc ,,,,., ,...L,,, ,,L.L ,,,,,,,,, Herrucks ,,L,L,,,.,,, ,,,,, V-,-,.-,- 81 74 ODD 57 72 88 64 89 First row. Coach Humphries, W. Oswald, D. Blanchard, P. Schrnella, P, Braseth, J. Rice, R. Carnegie, K. Murray, Coach Decker. Second row: G. Cook, R. Frisbie, Captain W, Green, P. Brennan, C. Connor, A. Lewis, L. Topping, A. Lewis. Third row: Manager F. Lasala, D. Macdonald, E, Nickerson, D. Greene, R. Karten, W. Pullman, B. Giacinto, M, Rhodes. Fourth row. S. Middleton, M. Green, J. Curcio, P, Falk, L. Kidd, WRESTLING As was the case with the basketball team, this past season was one ofrebuHding and prepanng forthe funne forthe wrestling team, With only three seniors onthe first string, and notmany morethanthatrenwnmg hamlastyeanssauad,the team was understandably weak at first, However, as the sea- son progressed,the teaniimproyed, and by the end ofthe season many ofthe QVODMGN showed greatimprovement Among these were seniors lim Rice, Paul Brennan, and Bob Carnegm. Underdasynen Mayen induded Lany Tappmg, Chris Connor, Bill Oswald, George Cook, Paul Schemella, Dave Banchard, and Peter Braseth. At the season's end, Cap- tain Bill Green, Kenny Murray, and Rick Frisbie represented the team at the County wrestling championships. Only Green, who Hnished the season undefeated, advanced to the semi- Hnak,butBHLiustrecovenng hom a womach vuus was de- hamd A. Porianda, T. Walb. Page 153 VVRESTUNG SCHEDULE GC. Herncks ,,.,,7,7.,77 ,7,,7 Greof Neck South M23 Norfh Shore ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, Pon Washington Greof Neck North Division Avenue ,, Mineoio , Corle Ploce Borhpoge ,,,,,, Gien Cove Y ,, 2 3 3QQff:24 12 Opp. 13 28 33 33 22 16 22 22 37 34 Foge 155 First row B. Ris,J Donovan, P. Lomedco, M. Palmer, B. Ware. Second row1A. Dart, L. Peck, J. Dunn, M. Casrre, B. Clarkson, H. Frank. BOWHJNG Wiih The loss oi 6074, oi las1year's Team, The bowling Team was bowled over by iTs opponenTs. Reiurning Trom lasT year's squad were Larry Peck, Doug Danzig, Bill Hayes, and Bill Slocombe. ln addiTion To These veierans, oTher members of Coach Slocombe's Team were Jim Re-inen, Don Moore, and Sieve Nevin. Sorely missed This season was Henry Bardi. We all look forward To nexT year's season. GOLF The yarsiTy golT Team is looking Torvvard To a winning sea- son This spring, Coach STeen hopes Tor some excepTional per- formances from his boys and iT appears ThaT he won'T be disappoinTod. Leading The Team are Mike Casire, Bud Ris, and John Donovan. Olhers who will dig up The golf course aT Cherry Valley are Bob Clarkson, PeTe Lomedico, and Jay Dunne. Ronom row: J. Wefer, S. Nevin, B. Rosenberg, D, Danzig, D, Moore. Second row: W. Hansen, J. Reinen, W. Hayes, L. Peck, P. Johnston, M. Mortuscello, Coach Slocombe. 913' , First row: C. Hewitt, D. Moore, G. Tobias, R. Oram L Conachta Second row T Arcati Manager M McElroy S, Latham, J. Norris, R. Carpenter, B. Foxen, W Sheldon Third row B Rix B Maher D McCauley P Psalm W, Hart, C Greiner Coach Rtffle BASEBALL Each year the baseball team has great potential and out- standing players, But something goes wrong and the team finishes the season with a rotten record. This year may be one for victory. The starting positions are as follows: Catcher Don MC- Cauley nabs the curves and sinlcers from pitchers Paul Psaki, Bill l-tart, and Jett' Hill, at first, second, short stop, and third are Brian Maher and larry Carnachia, Mike McElroy and Bill Sheldon, Craig Greiner, Geolft Tobias, respectively, Mac Norris, Bob Foxen, and Bob Orem snag down the flies and peg the ball the hundred yards to home plate. Ge-otll Tobias, Mike McElroy and Don McCauley loolc good in the batters box and should help Gee Cee run up some good scores, With a little luck to go with its great ability, the team can improve greatly over last year's record. Page 158 First row M Regan J Venter R H Hicks C Rullman, D. Blattmachr, G. Natiello, P. Johnsen, G. Anderson, Third row: Coach Silvestri, S. Kilroy, T. Walb, B. Green R Bankes V Topping R Billows J lnce Second row: C. Vince, M. Gatto, J. Latson, A. Lewis, G. Venables, D. Guenari, R. Frisbie, C. Cartnick, J. Rogers, L. Topping B SchaPf S Middleton B Albegese A Lewis, D. Pleuthner, T, Motamed, K. Hnis, S. Carde, D. Waag, P. LeSueur, P. Falk. LACROSSE VVHlCkHden Cnys magnmcentnndheklgetthelead outof its pants? This seems to be the factor that will decide the fate of the l966 varshy lacrosse teanm VVe have been credhed wnh hawng me dowestnndhdd ontheidand.Butthe boys who composeih hmke Regan Rkk FHsUe,and Doug Hah- machr are good snck handles and can run dovdy up and down me hdd mldayifnecewary Heme Chadm Ruwnan who foams atthe momh when me Oppoyngteam arnves promises to crack a few skulls with his stick. The aHack men thk year are knnasHc.Russ Bankes B ex- ceptional and will attack anything. John lnce is noted for amazing shots in front of the goal. l-le is also known for get- ting smashed to bits in front of the goal. Pete Johnsen should also score points with his wide variety of shots. The defense looks ferocious. No one would dare go near the goal when the "red phantom," Dick Billows, is guarding it. John Latson, Jim Venier, and Glenn Natiello will fill out the defense line up with Vaughn Topping and Tom Motamed in thegoal VVHhth5 combmanon Coach SHvemnsteam codd eadw whtmechwyonchampkwmmptmsyean Page l59 Page 160 Page 167 s First row. B. Hanna, B. Giacinta, J. Raskopf, C. Mouzakitas, R. Taylor, K. Shlagle, Sanzo, N. Blakeman. Third row: Coach King, B. Gorin-Manager, J. Meci-Manager, R. Kollman, P. Dooley-Co-Captain, S. Baldwin, J. Roth-Co-Captain, J. Sweeny, S. J. Pendleton, A. Hritz, C. Reinhardt, M. Orvec, J. Walsh, B. Stambaugh, D. Graff, Irwin, P. Lum, A, Ringelstein, R. Donnelly, J. Byrne, F. LaSala. Second row. S. H. Ring, U. Sneak, K. Bauer, J. Coftee, J. McKean, G. Melis, N. Parrott, P. Michaels, Reininger, R. Reilly, W. Mallouk, S, Madigan, T, Emmeneger, S. McDougal, C. Gilman, K. Neary, A. Pascale, R. Caine, T. Thomas, J. Whittier, B. Birmingham, P. Flogel, K. Hubbard, B. Billmeier, J. Post, V. Ray, R. Eckis, B. Laud, T. Bosch, J. Schweis, L. J. DeFillippe, V. Raskopf, Coach Horton. Missing: Bill Gray-Co-Captain. Thomas, D. Buckley, R. Arkans, N. Anderson, C. Smith, W. Hansen, T. Brazzo, J. TRACK The prospects for Coach King's track team look promising this year. In the season's opener against Bethpage, a meet which the coach predicted would be close, the team won easily with a twenty point margin. ln the sprints, Mark Oravec should do well along with Jim Roth, who will probably alternate between the quarter mile and the sprints. Phil Dooley and Andy Hritz will run hurdles, while Bob Billmeier, Steve McDougal, and Bob Laud compete in the 880 yard run. Steve Irwin will cover the course in the two mile run. ln the iumping events John Sanzo will broad iump, Henry Ring high lump, and Steve Baldwin and Chris Mouzakitas will pole vault. Bill Gray looks strong in the mile. Page l62 Page T64 First row. B. Gilkes, B. Delany, K. Behrer, J. LeBars, D. Hoblin, B. Bahlke, P. Emslie, D. Brevoort. Second row: N. Serrell, A. Harrison, G, Gilkes, C. Hurt, J. Buschmann, S, Feyler, D. Garber, S. Mitchell, A. Forshay. Third row: L. Molter, D. Sfemple, B, Collier, J, Arzt, K. Rickard, E. Earley, B. Addy, G, Van Buskirk, S. Finneran, L. LaManTia. HDCKEY The poTenTial oT This year's hockey Team is noT reTlecTed by iTs record of Tvvo vvins, Tvvo losses, and one Tie. The TTrsT Tvvo games of The season, wiTh ST. Marys and Carle Place, ended in deTeaT. Midseason, The Team played iTs mosT dishearTening game. ln The lasT TTve seconds of This game, The opposiTion, PorT WashingTon, scored The Tying goal. This disappoinTmenT sparked The Team's enThusiasm, enabling Them To achieve a subsTanTial vicTory over l-lerricks. The hockey season Cul- minaTed in an exciTing, one-To-noThing vicTory over an un- deTeaTed GreaT Neck SouTh Team. l-ligh scorers, Nancy Serrell, The Team's enThusiasTic capTain, Sue MiTchell, PaT l-larTmann, and Ann Harrison, vvere ably assisTed by a sTrong Team of defensive players including Gloria Gilkes, Gene Van Buskirk, Leslie lVlolTer, and Sheila Finneran. TeammaTes Ann Forshay and Jane LeBars were equally essen- Tial as They maneuvered The ball To a scoring posiTion. Q f 'f K '- ic- 'Nfuz-""Mwnue1 PFW!! "wir - Q- if H, gg 14 Frsr row M Sherry E Earley N Serrell G Gilkes A Harrison P. Hartmann. Second rovv:M. Wv'ighT, L, Nelson M Perry P Mirchem A Forshoy Third raw C Hurt B Collier,S. Padden, B.MarTone. VOLLEYBALL The volleyball Teams represenTing Garden CiTy consisTed of TirsT and second sporTsday Teams and Three class Teams, The TirsT sporTsday Team's poor record may, Tor The mosT parT, be aTTribuTed To The TacT ThaT The Team found iT diFTiculT To play as a whole. ln spiTe of The eTTorTs oT seniors Gloria Gillies, capTain, Ann Forshay, and Nancy Serrell, The Team lacked The experience and drive To surmounT This TaulT, The second Team perTormed somevvhal beTTer wiTh The assisTance of seniors Barbara Manone and Sally Padden. However, prospecTs Tor nexT year are encouraging. The heighT and poTenTial of This year's second Team coupled vviTh The seven girls reTurning Trom first Team should prove a winning combinaTion. 5 3, -f-, 'f - -555 5 N:-A ,Tw fmt by Q- K 8' 32: ugvgilzi A ji- .ff K fin.. 1:2'.1riv f. Qi., :fgws3Q'aH I 'sf y , L ,gs.Q-:g'.fqgg1ggix "."f1?Iiww. tix X1 1' .-X-fwfr ' . ,vw QQ X11-g-M,',f . f f L iiizygy amy? 5 Will' A Wi-if ' Mzi.-f wk fm ,f'-,gyz-Q' ff ' ? , 5 'A , A mTii:f,Z5 fd ,+,.wf+'?' fi' N, x ' , i N' - - 3 W?-Slim 5 .- , , -P3-" Yfgdfx MF sg S 3 'if gy Q QQ. .H-'fx -,L XR ' gil" .fi 51" Q 3 1' ,Q ,Q . ,,,, . . K if 1?il,9'5'f , ' QV"- Ra fx iw iwiwfwff M A vim A f223,,f""' ..i fi ...W I I 4 1 First row S Schuster E Earley N Serrell G Gilkes A Harrison, F. l-lartrnann, M. McDonough. Second row: Brien M Wright N on leB 5 M D Hy Blanlcley. Third row: J. Arzt, B, Collier, S, Mitchell, S Padden A Forshay G Van Buskirk, J. Gray. BASKETBALL The lack OT shooting ability was The unfortunate failing of This year's first sports day team, in spite ol their capabilities in every other aspect of the game. Among Those players who displayed outstanding effort were Sue Mitchell, Gene Van Buskirk, Sally Padclen, Nancy Serrell and Ann Forshay. Equally essential To the Team were Unolerclassmen Sheila Finneran, Elen Earley, Maureen Duffy, and Monica Wright. The tact that the second team's record of 3-T proved far superior To the Hrst team's clearly indicates that The potential tor next year's team lies in the abilities ofthe second Team. Firsi row: J. LeBars, L. Nelson, N. TanTillo. Second row: L. Fieldsieel, M. Randi, P. Evans, MODERN DANCE The girls who parTicipaTe in modern dance have Two oppor- TuniTies afTorded Them. The TTrsT is To learn new dance Terms and movemenTs in gym class and aTTer school under The direc- Tion of Mrs. Chiaie. ln class The girls learn The eighi basic dance movemenTs and The necessary Terms ThaT accompany Them. The more inTeresTed girls reTurn aTTer school for im- provisaTion and learning addiTional movemenTs. The second opporTuniTy is performance. The girls danced in a half-Time show aT a TooTball game, perTormed in The PTA show and are To give a demonsTroTion aT The GAA Class NighT. The PTA Show provided a number of opporTuniTies Tor all sTyles oi dance, Laura Nelson and Nina TanTillo, seniors, per- formed in several. Their loss will be TelT nexT year, but Two undercassmen, Margi Randi and Lori McGuiness, will be very capable replacemenTs. Page 770 The girls' bowling Team proved To be The mosT successful group represenTing Garden CiTy This year. Under Mrs. Chi- aTe's direcTion, The girls were able To remain undefeaTed Throughouf all Their inTerschalasTic maTches. Garden CiTy was TarTunaTe To have a number of excellenT bowlers, Mary Ehlers, Cindy CasTellano and Penny WaTson consisTenTly performed excepTionally well. AlThough The Team had The advaniage of such bowlers as These, The Team did suTTer one deTeaT-a deTeaT aT The hands of The boys' bowling Team. BOWLING SPRING SPORTS The spring sports' schedule includes lacrosse, softball, and tennis, As Mast goes to press, the spring season has not yet begun, Lacrosse promises to have a rewarding season under Miss Toner's able supervision. Returning from last year's first team are seniors, Gene Van Buskirk, Nancy Serrell, Sue Mitch- ell, and Ann Forshay, and juniors, Sheila Finneran, Pat Hart- mann, and Mary Ann McDonough, These girls, along with a large number of additional enthusiasts, will provide the frame- work for a hopefully strong team. Lois Cartnick, Ann Harrison, Nancy Serrell, Linda Corey, and Sally Feyler will return as the foundation of this year's softball team, directed capably by Miss James. Mr. Corbridge's tennis team is dependent upon such able players as Sandy Sauer, Cici Fougner, Kathy Dona- hue, laura Nelson, and Barbara Collier. With such a great number of experienced girls returning to participate in spring sports, the season should prove to be extremely successful. t ,X ..s, ,,,,-X W X XXV. f x.it' ft 'f Q x,,,, mt., 1. X ft. u ..., At. x s t K1 I xxk Xxx .K sig X ti, 5, r x st- , r?"5 Q G.A.A. OFFICERS-First row: A. Forshay, Vice President, N. Serrell, President, B. Gilkes, Secretary, Second row: M. McDonough, Publicity Chairman, A. Harrison, Treasurer. GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The primary goal of the Girls' Athletic Association is to increase interest anal participation in girls' sports. Every girl in the high school is a member ot the GAA, The executive board is comprised ot tTve ofnhcers and six delegates repre- senting each ofthe three grades. One of this year's activities was the sponsorship ot a volley- ball match between the girls' first sportsday team and the boys' intramural champion team, which resulted on a surprising 2-I victory forthe girls' team. The most signiicant accomplishment at this year's GAA board is the organization and eftectation ot the first annual Class Night, scheduled to be held on May 6. This contest is inter-class competition in such events as basketball and volley- ball games, tumbling competition, and relay races. ln addition, scheduled for this evening are exhibitions in modern dance and gymnastics. At the close ofthe year, those girls who have actively par- ticipated in sports will receive awards at the annual GAA Tea. PRESIDENT NANCY SERRELL VICEYPRESHDENT ANN FORSHAY Page I73 VARSITY CHEERING First row, left to right: S. Mitchetl, Captain, G. Gilkers, Co-Captain. Second row. B. Mclnn, A. Forshcly, K Wagner, G. Von Buskirk, J. Rundlett, S. Pc1dc!en,S.Finneron,A,Hcrrison,B.GiIkes. JUNIOR VAR ITY CHEERING Page 774 First row, left to right: S. Sauer, Co-Coproin, P. Hartmann, Coptoin, Second row: J. Suflivon, S. Holt, P. Mitchem, K. Donohue, B. Cotlier, D. Peck, P. Orem, J. Zock, C. Smith. E' '. , llvhkwk H .. , Q Na? 1 'S Y QQ, . :Y 1 Q f Q iff ig Q X 22 K 1: ' 2' 2 I I -15 '5 5 'lf g A if Mg .fr Year in Review The Class of 1966 has survived three historic years at Garden City, years tilled with innovation and tra- dition, excitement and contiict. As sophomores we were the trail-blazers to Stewart School, we broke tradition by selecting "round" class rings. As iuniors, we were involved in the confiicts over the Student Court and the mascot. Junior apathy was conspicu- ously lackingz we eagerly dove into every activity in sight, sponsoring an informal Sadie Hawkins and finally giving the seniors an unforgettable send-off at the Prom. When we claimed our places as seniors this year, we were confronted with several changes. Mr. Allen had taken over the duties of Mr. O'Sullivan as As- sistant Principal, and a record number of SCB's were stalking the halls, pouncing on unsuspecting cutters and loafers. The SCB squad acquired the responsi- bility of collecting attendance slips, and the heads of SCB's popping in and out of classroom doors be- came a common sight. ln addition to these internal changes, hammering, banging, and cold drafts in the gym wing were the less than welcome symptoms of growing pains, as the new wing slowly became a reality. Page 176 "Kiss me baby, nothing makes me sickl is'II help sell those magazines." The Senior Donce held in SepTember Turned ouT To be unusuolly successful lvve broke evenll os did The Senior Bridge, which provided The losT moior con- TribuTion To The Closs of '66, In The lvlogozine Drive, hovvever, vve proved ourselves no diT1TerenTThon sen- ior closses of The posT-vve didn'T reoch quoTo ond we Hnished losT in The school. Before our nevvlv ocquired moscoT lThe STudenT Council comes Throughll ond o vosT mob of frenzied Gorden CiTy Tons, our TooTboll Teom moshed lvlineolo oTTer seven yeors of TuTile eFTorT. STeve LoThom's soc- cer kick vvhich scored The winning point will live for- ever in Gee Cee hisTorv, os will The vvild vicTory porode Through Tovvn. ln Tvvo OcTober ossemblies, losT veor's seven ex- chonge sTudenTs presenTed Tolks on Their summer Trips obrood. Morgo Chogoll spoke on Spoin, Alex Eck- monn ond Jill Hobson on Norvvoy, Dionne l-loll on Svveden, Noncy Long of l-lollond, Bonnie Mocon- drevv on Jopon, ond Corol Wolb on Fronce. , S 'W f' ' Mi mf, y, f AQQEMQT' T is Q i ,FQ 1 i'f-Mg gfi fiifiiif w . f"fl'wf-mils Nr' , SWK 'am E "Gorclen Cry hos evewrhirg "I heord o nlissondo in thot orpeggio H page 177 Dull momenTs were few and far befween in The monTh of November. The lnsTrumenTal Deparrmenf held a concerf feafuring The works of Sousa and pop- ular music. On The following day, Three Seniors lTom Gilberf, Ron Ginns, Marcia Wrighfl venTured info New Yorlc for The Taping of "lT's Academic," a con- TesT in which They finished second. ShorTly afferwards The lXlaTional MeriT Scholarship program announced as semi-finalisTs seven members of The Senior Class lTom GilberT, Ron Ginns, Dianne l-lall, Jeff Jenks, lynn lvlanville, Sue Oswald, Marcia Wrighrl, all of whom became finalisfs. "The Snow Queen afier her Coronation "Just why can? I sit ln the lobby?" Page l78 "Would you believe. . "Gloriuskyl l'm l-All" Garden City on The move." "Give me o sTick and l'lI kill it." FirsT guc1rTer reporT cords soon come ouT ond The long-dwoiTed, long-deboTed senior privilege cords were disTribuTed. Mosquers provided us wiTh some much-needed enTerTc1inmenTwiTh "My SisTer Eileen," in which Corrie l-loyes ond Noncy long sTdrred. The Thonksgiving vocdTion Tollowed on The heels oT This producTion. As The ChrisTmos seoson opprooched, The holls ouTside The music rooms echoed wiTh The reheorsols of The bond ond choruses preporing for Their pro- groms. They proved Their eTTorTs worThwhile oT Their performonces, ond They ushered in The ChrisTmos spiriT wiTh o glow of inspirc1Tion. The nighT of The STudenT Council Ddnce orrived, ond, dTTer doys of suspense, BeTh lvlonn wos crowned Snow Queen. Lindo Cdpoloionco, Toni Condnzoro, Bonnie Moc- dndrew, Jdyne Odkley, Ccirol Solvofo, ond Gene Von Buskirk comprised her courT. We leTT Tor vcicd- Tion, Thcinkful Tor The resT buT eoger To greeT The new yeor, our yeor, Woo. Page 779 "Lights, action, camera." Page 780 "Three little maids from school are we," January galloped along aT iTs usual nighTmarish pace and culminaTed in The ineviTable miclTerms. Meanwhile, our baslceTball Team played OUT an er- raTic season. School spiriT, however, was rarely aT a loss, as John Newman anal his girls cheered on our Teams. s is even more lun than chemis February managed To lifT The mid-vvinier depres- sion. On The l8Th of The monTh, The lXlaTional l-lonor SocieTy held iTs ThirTy-hrsT induclion, admiTTing TorTy- Three seniors in addiTion To TvvenTy-Two iuniors. A record number oT one hundred six seniors received RegenTs Scholarships or qualified as alTernaTes. Re- hearsals Tor The PTA. show began, oTTen lasTing long pasT school hours. Every available chair in The lobby was occupied by a snoring sTudenT, buT dedicaTion and inTeresT was The prevailing mood. The Senior ParTy, held in The middle of March, was The lasT offi- cial evenT ThaT belonged exclusively To our parenTs and us, and we all made The mosT of The occasion. "VVhaT a way to make a low beerslh Page l8l "KovoIcik "Malmo mio!" When The P.T.A. shovv, "Sounds Unlimited," wos of Idsf performed in eoirly April, dll The hord work ond creoriviiy Turned into mogic. Under The direcrion of Mr. Chodderdon, The show wos, by generol con- sensus, one of The besf Thor Gorden Cify hos ever puron. Page 182 Ken, turn ihe amp on," F i i "ll don ...si "Did you eve see a dream waking?" "n'ea'iaThinq ifyovciin fC.Ofll'f1fI'1TfT Alfhough The Year in Review musf end here be- cause The greaT, dark Mast deadline looms close, we sTill have much To experience Togefher before our ways divide. LaTe April means The Exchange STudenT Dance and The Sfudenf Council elecTions. June brings The Senior Picnic, The Prom, and GraduaTion. This senior year of ours will be over and done Then, and all ThaT will remain will be memories, warm memories. And although These memories will hopefully be wiTh us always To brighTen our lives, These memories will noT be our lives, we will live in The presenf-wiTh The fond pasf behind us and The hopeful fuiure ahead. Page l83 ADVERTISING The future is purchased by the present. JOHNSON ge T86 WITH HEARTIEST CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL 1966 GRADUATES from RALPH ROSSANO OfFicmT Photographer for THE 1966 MAST Q7 NORTH FRANKLIN STREET HEMPSTEAD, N. Y. 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Behrer, Wendy, 374 Stewart Ave. Bena, Vic, 151 Locust St. Bennis, Lynn, 25 Lindbergh Stf Bevan, Sandy, 17 Elm St. Billltteri, Fran, 142 Nassau Blvd. Billows, Dick, 69 1st St. Blake,'Pam, 76 Brompton Rd. Blankley, Mary, 46 Kenwood Rd. Blattmachr, Doug, 147 Whitehall Blvd. Bock, Jenny, 123 Garfield St. Bock, Patsy, 59 Kenwood Rd. Bolz, Peggy, 133 Hayes St. Borsarl, Peter, 86 5th St. Bosch, Frank, 87 Monroe St. Bradley, Paul, 141 Brook St. Brennan, Paul, 62 Washington Ave. Brewer, Nel, 109 Roxbury Rd. Brown, Art, 55 Brompton Rd. Brown, Lauren, 90 Jefferson St. Brown, Marion, 145 New Hyde Park Rd. Brown, Tom, 55 Brompton Rd. Budke, Anita, 154 Lincoln St, Burrus, Marge, 58 Meadow St. Butera, Carol, 151 Jackson St. Butler, Ted, 63 Huntington Road Byrne, Paul, 78 Kilburn Rd. C Caine, Ricky, 108 Meadow St. Campbell, Al, 111 7th St. Canivan, Betty, Mater Dolorosa Convent 50 Morris Ave., Denville, N. J. Capobianco, Linda, 33 Pell Terrace Carey, Al, 124 Meadow St. Carnegie, Bob, 56 Vassar St. Carpenter, Dick, 365 Stewart Ave. Cartnick, Lois, 86 3rd St. Page 204 SENIOR DIRECTORY Caselli, Tom, 2 Stratford Ave. Castre, Mike, 5 Mulberry Ave. Catanzaro, Toni, 200 Weytord Terrace Chagoll, Margo, 214 Kensington Rd. Christ, Jon, 136 Pine St. Chu, Steve, 34 Linden St. Claiborne, Happy, 149 Tanners Pond Rd. Clarke, Katchy, 96 4th St. Clarkson, Bob, 57 Kilburn Rd. Cody, Kathy, 132 Adams St. Cohn, Don, 79 Brook St. Connolly, Pat, 8 Jackson St. Connor, Mike, 224 Whitehall Blvd. Corrigan, Diane, 26 Spruce St. Creighton, Janet, 30 Whitehall Blvd. Crosby, Linda, 115 Arthur St. CuFt, Kathy, 30 Lindbergh St. Cukierski, Valerie, 34 Spruce St. D Dahl, Diane, 73 Clinch Ave. Daly, Sharon, 77 Magnolia Ave. Danks, Bill, 15 Cathedral Ave. Darcy, Donna, 123 Wickham Rd. Davidson, Leslie, 89 Brook St. Dean, Marilyn, 145 Tanners Pond Rd. Delyanis, Ted, 161 Kildare Rd. Diebold, Janet, 134 Locust St. Dietz, Linda, 6 Monroe St. DiGeronimo, Gene, 82 Hampton Rd. Dillman, Jim, 85 Cambridge Ave. Dobbins, Dea, 62 1st St. Docherty, Ed, 107 Stratford Ave. Dolan, Liz, 2 Barnes Lane Donovan, John, 109 6th St. Dooley, Phil, 32 Avalon Rd. Douglas, Sue, 16 Colvin Dr. Dreher, Lois, 118 Harrison St. Du, Kathy, 45 Yale St. Dwyer, Maureen, 38 Hilton Ave. E Eberle, Craig, 73 Wilson St. Eberle, Joan, 82 Wellington Rd. Eckis, Tom, 228 Kilburn Rd. Eckmann, Alex, 20 Pell Terrace Eggers, Bill, 39 Yale St. Ehmann, Nancy, 36 Claydon Rd. Eppler, Ricky, 52 Jetterson St. Erhardt, Tom, 85 Nassau Blvd, F Faxon, Stu, 75 Russell Rd. Fellows, Byron, 209 Weytord Terrace Fenik, Roberta, 98 Mulberry Ave. Fieldsteel, Laura, 76 Whitehall Blvd. Fitzgerald, Mike, 40 Maple St. Flaherty, Steve, 174 Meadow St. Flanagan, Andy, 17 Garfield St. Flanagan, Carole, 7 Merillon Ave. Fleming, Jon, 15 St. Paul's Pl. Fleming, Bill, 109 Stewart Ave. Foehr, Kitty, 59 Willow St. Fontana, Ray, 115 John St. Forshay, Ann, 124 Stratford Ave. Fougner, Cici, 11010th St. Frank, Gerry, 46 Russell Rd. Franson, Martha, 75 Poplar St. Franz, Bob, 58 Brixton Rd. Fredricksen, Ellin, 84 Roosevelt St. Freeman, Norine, 1 Sandy Ct. Frey, Pam, 50 Franklin Ct, Fritts, Debbie, 101 2nd St., Apt, 10A G Galterio, Vinny, 138 Brook St. Gates, Bob, 289 New Hyde Park Rd. Gates, Sue, 4 Kensington Ct. Gensel, Dick, 172 Roxbury Rd. George, Doug, 137 Garden St. Giannasio, Chuck, 4 Nassau Blvd. Gilbert, Tom, 116 Hilton Ave. Gilkes, Gloria, 12 Somerset Ave. Ginns, Ron, 21 Clinton Rd. Giordano, Glenn, 312 Cambridge Ave Godoy, Lil, 126 Poplar St. Goetz, Judy, 147 Pine St. Goodwillie, Jim, 101 Huntington Rd. Goodwin, Sarah, 114 9th St. Gordon, Pat, 164 Locust St. Gorin, Bob, 51 Somerset Ave. Graf, Bill, 238 Stewart Ave. Gray, Kathy, 20 Lindbergh St. Gray, Bill, 99 Huntington Rd. Green, Bill, 31 Wyatt Rd. Greer, Art, 27 JePlerson St. Greiner, Craig, 61 lst St. Grossbard, Steve, 7 Woodoak Pl. Guild, John, 3 Nassau Blvd. H Haag, Jane, 109 Weytord Terrace. Haberkern, Charlie, 80 Brook St. Hahn, Sara, 128 Salisbury Ave. Hall, Dianne, 2712 Sunnybrook Lane Merion Golf Manor, Pa. Halsted, Marge, 79 Magnolia Ave. Hamilton, Joe, 106 Kingsbury Rd. Hamrock, Phil, 139 Brook St. Hart, Bill, 181 Rockaway Ave. Harvey, George, 141 Meadbrook Rd. Hayes, Carrie, 1469 W. Riverview Decatur, Illinois Healy, Jerry, 8 Dover Ave. Healy, Kathy, 132 Tullamore Rd. Heidelberger, Jon, 90 4th St. Heitzmann, Don, 137 Tullamore Rd. Henning, Pat, 7 Carteret Pl. Hess, Ed, 82 Kilburn Rd. Hickey, Linda, 21 Raymond Court Hicks, Sandy, Bouton Rd., Huntington, Hile, Lynn, 15 Brompton Rd. Hill, Bruce, 32 Boyston St. Hill, Jeff, 81 Huntington Rd. Hill, Pete, 81 Huntington Rd. Hinman, Dave, 171 Garden St. Hipp, Carol, 75 Stewart Ave. Hobson, Jill, 172 Euston Rd. Holfelder, Louise, 84 Brook St. Horan, Bob, 198 Whitehall Blvd. Hubbard, Ken, 182 Whitehall Blvd. Hughes, Duane, 134 Stewart Ave. Hughes, Bob, 124 Poplar St. Hulsaver, Steve, 109 5th St. Hult, Kathy, 59 Euston Rd. l lnce, John, 133 Hampton Rd. lrwin, Steve, 54 Fairmount Blvd. lrwin, Sue, 8 Pell Terrace J Jack, Linda, 8 Brixton Rd. Jankowski, Lorraine, 154 Garden St. Jenks, Jett, 73 Kingsbury Rd. Johnson, Dave, 45 Maxwell Rd. Johnson, Ellen, 122 Salisbury Ave. Johnston, Anne, 40 Maxwell Rd. Jones, Patti, 133 Tullamore Rd. Joslyn, Clare, 125 Meadow St. Jounakos, Evelyn, 43 Greenridge Av K Karl, Frieda, 118 Adams St. Kehoe, Pat, 150 Brook St. Kelly, John, 118 4th St. Kelly, Mary Jane, 7 Andover Ct. Kelly, Wayne, 34 Greenridge Ave. Kendall, Ricky, 147 Meadow St. Kenna, Maureen, 2 Maria Lane Keppler, Carl, 193 Kilburn Rd. Keyes, Missy, 30 Wyatt Rd. Kieninger, Karen, 9 JeFferson St. Kirchgessner, Pat, 3 South Gate Kirk, Nancy, 34 Locust St. N.Y. S. SENIOR DIRECTORY Kirkwood, Bill, 42 Washington Ave. Klayer, Gigi, 105 Hilton Ave. Koelsch, Valerie, 19 Tremont St. Kohart, Al, 114 Meado wSt. Kohut, Bruce, 211 Roxbury Rd. Kovalcik, Jim, 155 Adams St. Kreici, Karen, 221 Washington Ave. Kutner, Shelley, 166 Tanners Pond Rd. L Laboda, Ronnie, 99 Stratford Ave. Lane, Alison, 4 Ash St. Lang, Nancy, 93 Brook St. Lange, Dieter, 3 Hannover Max-Eyth Strasse 3, Germany Laud, Barbara, 51 Clinton Rd. Laverdiere, Charlie, Jr., 35 East Dr. LeSueur, Paul, 162 Garden St. Lewis, Lonny, 80 Euston Rd. Litton, Heidi, 58 2nd St. Lomedico, Peter, 215 Brompton Rd. Lum, Pete, 25 Osborne Rd. Lutz, Mary, 59 Poplar St. Lyons, Sheila, 99 Mulberry Ave. Mc McCarthy, Matt, 24 Roosevelt St. McCoy, Laurie, 72 Whitehall Blvd. McDonnell, Paul, 166 Chestnut St. McDougal, Steve, 148 Meadbrook Rd. McHugh, Maureen, 58 Maxwell Rd. McMackin, Holly, 60 Fairmount Blvd. McNeill, Sharon, 67 Pell Terrace M Macaluso, Jayne, 360 Stewart Ave., Apt. 3B Macandrew, Bonnie, 103 Wetherill Rd. Macklin, Candi, 52 Nassau Blvd. Maclean, Celia, 36 Grove St. Mahin, Lally, 127 Poplar St. Maiorca, Lydia, 162 Tanners Pond Rd. Manley, Joan, 32 Claydon Rd. Mann, Beth, 3 Barnes Lane Manville, Lynn, 94 Garden St. Marcellino, Pete, 227 Euston Rd. Marino, Laura, 109 Tullamore Rd. Marlon, John, 115 Kilburn Rd. Marshall, Paul, 7 College Pl. Martin, Becky, 54 Grove St. Martin, Gerry, 75 Brixton Rd. Martone, Barbara, 80 Princeton St. Mayer, Carol, 140 Garden St. Mayer, Dennis, 155 Rockaway Ave. Mazzari, Dick, 161 Wetherill Rd. Meci, John, 190 Wickham Rd. Medland, Brian, 197.Kilburn Rd. Mera, Jett, 26 Newmarket Rd. Messick, Laurel, 149 Roxbury Rd, Meyer, Judy, 109 Wetherill Rd. Miller, Ann, 104 Wetherill Rd. Miller, Beverly, 74 Pell Terrace Miller, Jane, 159 Brompton Rd. Milot, David, 223 7th St. Mitchell, Sue, 146 Oxford Blvd. Modica, Linda, 80 Westminster Rd. Molloy, Helene, 26 Tremont St. Molter, Barbara, 195 Meadbrook Rd. Molter, Leslie, 195 Meadbrook Rd. Monaco, Terry, 85 Salisbury Ave. Monticello, Dianne, 14 Raymond Ct. Moore, Pete, 160 Meadow St. Morrissey, Paula, 128 Arthur St. Motamed, Tom, 92 Lefterts Rd. Muhlsteft, Fred, 19 .lefterson St. Muller, Ed, 87 Washington Ave. Muller, Ted, 3 St. Paul's Crescent Mulligan, Brian, 154 Willow St. Murphy, Maryann, 127 Cherry Valley Ave. N Nagle, Bill, 142 Cambridge Ave. Natiello, Glenn, 111 Jackson St. Nelson, Laura, 15 Seabury Rd. Newall, Holly, 60 Hathaway Dr. Newman, John, 106 Willow St. Norris, Mac, 58 Willow St. O Oakley, Jayne, 72 Hayes St. Ober, John, 158 Brompton Rd. O'Brien, Art, 72 Meadow St. Ohlerich, Bill, 192 Weyford Terrace Olsen, Doris, 168 Weyford Terrace Oltmanns, Robyn, 149 Weytord Terrace Oosterom, Betty, 30 Harvard,St. Orem, Bob, 16 Fair Ct. Oswald, Sue, 5 Euston Rd. Owen, Kip, 138 Tullamore Rd. P Padden, Sally, 103 Tullamore Rd. Penn, Bob, 116 Meadbrook Rd. Peters, Glenn, 40 Yale St. Peters, Pam, 36 Hauthorne Rd. Peterson, Ken, 10 Harvard St. Pi, Doug, 7 Filbert St. Pallock, Carolyn, 248 Cherry Valley Ave. Porto, Linda, 8 Kenmore Rd. Page 205 Procelli, Ellen, 162 Pine St. Psaki, Paul, 43 Locust St. O Quinn, Ronnie, 32 Prospect Ave. R Record, Joyce, 114 Pine St. Regan, Mike, 99 Meadbrook Rd. Reinecker, Carol, 135-46 Grand Central Parkway Jamaica, New York Reinen, Jim, 14 Brompton Rd. Rempe, Betty Jo, 408 Stewart Ave. Rice, Jim, 145 Whitehall Blvd. Rickard, Karen, 59 Maxwell Rd. Ringelstein, Al, 44 Nassau Blvd. Ris, Bud, 74 3rd St. Ritter, Kathy, 70 Huntington Rd. Rizzi, Richard, 167 Meadbrook Rd. Rosenberg, Allan, 373 Terrace Ave. Rossetti, Bob, 145 Oxford Blvd. Roth, Jim, 141 Lee Rd. Rullman, Charlie, 16 St. James St. Ryan, Mary, 6 Keenan Pl. S Sabella, Jim, 183 Wickham Rd. Salvato, Carol, 115 Kildare Rd. Scheftler, Mike, 29 Lindbergh St. Schlageter, Bob, 181 Stewart Ave. Schmidt, Kathy, 78 Monroe St. Schofield, Vicki, 101 3rd St. Schweis, Jean, 57 Wellington. Rd Serrell, Nancy, 112 New Hyde Part Rd, Serrell, Sandy, 63 Brompton Rd. Setian, Kathy, 125 Letlerts Rd. Seymour, Phil, 61 Maxwell Rd. Shochmut, Ken, 101 Letterts Rd. Shea, Barbara, 40 Chestnut St. Sheehy, Celine, 176 Kensington Rd. Sheldon, Bill, 85 Kingsbury Rd. Sheridan, Phil, 29 Euston Rd. Page 206 SENIOR DIRECTORY short, Emily, 35 wiiiieiicii Blvd. Signore, Ray, 37 Spruce St. Silveri, Dennis, 117 Roosevelt St, Siniscalchi, Barbara, 4 Bluebell Ct. Smith, Charlie, 32 Grove St. Smith, Kathy, 23 Yale St. Smith, Ken, 161 Meadow St, Smith, Larry, 180 Kensington Rd. Smithson, Sandy, 97 14th St. Smyth, Charlie, 220 Wetherill Rd. Stankewick, Mark, 151 Tanners Pond Rd. Stavrides, Donna, 119 Letclerts Rd. Steinert, Nancy, 157 Adams St. Steinman, Maureen, 19 Linden St. Stemple, Daria, 168 Roxbury Rd. Stern, Mike, 140 Oxford Blvd. Stigliano, Joan, Wetherill Rd. Stola, Beverly, 100 Chestnut St. Stuart, Dave, 23 Russell Rd. Stuart, Pam, 21 Osborne Rd. Sullivan, Warren, 8 Transverse Rd. Swanson, Juliann, 84 Suttolk Lane Sweeney, Jim, 120 Roxbi,irY Rd. T Taggart, Bill, 119 Salisbury Ave. Tantillo, Nina, 73 3rd St. Tate, Joanne, 42 Kenwood Rd. Taylor, Pete, 170 Weytord Terrace Terrence, Kathy, 48 Avalon Rd, Testa, Lucille, 299 Kilburn Rd. Theotan, Bettie, 42 Pell Terrace Tiernan, Harold, 166 Sackville Rd. Tobias, Geoftrey, 129 Whitehall Blvd. Tomasko, Mark, 15 Homestead Ave. Topping, Vaughan, 156 Garden St. Torney, Deirdre, 89 10th St. Trakas, Marianne, 24 Cathedral Ave. Tripp, Wilbour, 10 Heath Pl. Troutman, Dave, 128 Wellihgton Rd. Troy, Carol, 78 Magnolia Ave. Tyner, Dick, 30 Maxwell Rd. V Valle, Bob, 1 Sunset Lane Van Buskirk, Gene, 82 Mulberry Ave. Van Cise, Randy, 4 Prospect Ave. Venables, Erin, 46 Pell Terrace Venier, Jim, 55 Kilburn Rd. Vogel, John, 10 Fenimore Ave. Voket, Jim, 223 7th St, Vollmerhausen, Bob, 97 Newmarket Rd. Volper, Larry, 365 Stewart Ave. W Wagner, Kathy, 150 Oxtord Blvd. Walb, Carol, 103 Brook St. Walsh, Jack, 169 Euston Rd. Watson, Kathy, 12 Hamilton Pl. Watson, Penny, 69 Stratford Ave. Weber, Pat, 12 Jetterson St. Weistuse, Debbie, 89 14th St. Weishahn, John, 1 Vanata Ct., Hempstead Wenk, Norman, 7 Heath Pl. Westphal, Hattie, 68 Transverse Rd. Wetherell, Walt, 115 Pine St. Wiggins, Gene, 199 Wellington Rd. Willis, Bob, 143 Garden St. Wilson, Sandy, 56 Harvard St. Witkin, Laura, 57 Brompton Rd. Wolchek, Gloria, 5 Sandy Ct. Wolf, Bill, 21 Maple St. Wolte, Jim, 223 Wellington Rd. Wolti, Jean, 144 Brixton Rd. Wood, Ruth, 113 Wellington Rd. Wright, Marcia, 1 Devereux Pl. Wright, Sandy, 5 Nassau Blvd. Z Zabler, Cecily, 20 Yale St. Zack, Melissa, 161 Tullamore Rd. Zampino, Lorraine, 8 Newmarket Rd. 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