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

 - Class of 1969

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THOMPSON A MESSAGE TO THE SENIOR CLASS Enthusiasm will help to carry you over the wall that separates success from failurep Combine it with dedication, support it with tact and buttress it with self-confidence. Succuss will surely follow. WINIFIELD S. THOMPSON Principal Page 7 Tiwgzzzzzij l L 5. YQ WWA fm rm Q l Q G45 J 'IHINKIMG -IWW A -ii '.-'- B i , R I SJRE 1 W LET S SEE NOLJ w p I HLLE UN wt Svwzx X Dx F IEL Sus' - Jnroalumxs '.. GARDEN CITY.. . .. ! s 0 4 . ' ,s A EH X 65.00 C: STANDS FOR X99 f-"""""" fm You HAVE TO PROMISE ME SOMETHING. FACULT J I Y C 1153 NO WONDER QUEEKHE BEYED You, PRBUNNY eq 'F' 1400 HIGH OH NO TOHN FWE FIURE if ENGLISH DEPARTMENT NOT PICTURED HENRY DAVID Page TO STEPHEN CASTELLANO WIUJAM BORING GEORGE COSHGAN ALTHEA GONYA ROGER GOODWIN ELAINE LYNN CHARLOTTE REPPERT JOHN HORTON JOSEPH NICKAHARARY BRIERLY REYBINE Page DRAMA AND THEATER DEPARTMENT SOCIAL MAUREE COLBERT ALAN BENOSKY CYNTHIA KENDALL STUDIES DEPARTMENT JOSEPH FORMBANO GERALD DOLAN Page 13 ALLAN LOW WALTER NELSON MARTHA SCHNAUBELT HARRETTE SME Page 74 JOANNE STARKEY JAMES TARROU GORDON TEGNELL DELPHINE BAUER MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT RODERIC BEAULIEU JOSEPH BIVIANO Page 15 Page T6 FREDRIC BRILLER CHARLES KIRSTY MARGARET MCNALLY CUFFORD HORDLOW ALBERT MAMARY WHJJAM POLLOCK EDWARD RYDER MICHAEL BORUT f I J.NOEL CORBRIDGE WILLIS SLOCOMBE EUGENE DECKER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Page I7 WAYNE HAASE JUUAN KANE JOSEPH MCCABE RALPH ROSSEN ROBERT WCHMOND Page 78 HAROLD TURKEL WHJJAM ULKA HOWARD VAN VVESS MURRAY WALTER COORDINATOR OF ACTIVITIES MARGARET SNYDER Q , ' Page YQ LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT DONALD BENNETTER CARMINE BRUNI WERRE CHANOVER EUZABETH DUBSKY JEANNE DUNLOP Page 20 JOSEPH GENNA WTA MURPHEY ALDEN SONANDER BARBARA HURRY DANEL PERKINS EDWARD VOGEL Page 21 PAULA WHWE MUSIC DEPARTMENT x CHADDERDON DONALD BERTRAM KONOWH2 Page 22 LYDHX LOCKRIDGE PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT SANDRA GOEPFERT ERNEST HUNIPHRIES NOT PICTURED ROBERT OVERTON WARREN KING --2. 'ofa Graff "Inga ll' ' " fangff 1.0 lo1,,f. 0 0s1QiO,0 'ucv L10 ofnphgot ou,'f',,ooo 0, pol' o . ,fqoo .: auf. ezzno '+'. ..'....5 alp.tE JAMES STEEN LORETTA STEFEK Page 23 ARTS DEPARTMENT ROY BLAKENEY RICHARD BUCHER ROBERT CUNNINGHAIVI Page 24 AMY IVICCOIVIB EDWARD NIYSLIVECEK PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT NOT PICTURED GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT Page 26 VIRGINIA CORNEHLSEN IRVIN FAUST JULIA COLLARD MARTIN DWYER ISABEL POTTER LIBRARY STAFF WHJJAM RENBON CHERTOWSKY MARMYN JEAN CRABTREE KATHLEEN MARUAL Page 27 JOH GMAVOU COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT BARBARA SCHUMACHER CHARLES A RIFFLE DRIVER EDUCATION UO STRI HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT THRYN BALSKI ANN BERNSTEIN NURSES NORNIA POWELL OFFICE STAFF Seated: IVI. Griswold, V. McCabe, E. Wolfram, L. Smythe, E. Nloir. Standing: R. Krause, NI. Stroetz, L. Emmer, FK. Westermann, E. Finegan, C. Knoph. Page 1 Seated: R. Jannotta, A. Leaby, N. Santora, M. Maloney, M. Cummins, V. KortIang', R Banks. Standing: I. Meyer, M. Rotondi, H. Gorman, E. Hoffman, S. Sorgie, L. Zenchyk E. Lukas, M. Penson, C. Testa CAFETERIA STAFF CUSTODIAL STAFF Page 30 Seated: E. Seyfried, M. Manzi, D. Flynn, G. Oliveri, J. Bodnar. Standing: S. Goscienski C. Melenski, J. Deans, M. Matthew. ,xxx-:ian Xlll MW" 15 ex 3 'L N is 3 3 N. :E Q Mm M 53 1 w w '. rv .. 'M ..,. ,. , k g ,,. iw' 5 'i wM,W.w i ' E s Q , ar:5Q M i , sf3imQ rt the yFi?rei'P?':! the home of fiwsakyf, ?35?i3LWff mf,sm.agg vm: last meeting of fig ivhfifhome Kavazanpan, iiwwuif Merit 131164 im ma QS sifkikiqif, ' Eifsgnipcwdy ffm- 3xn'11':f2' Ui Fu 521.51 4, A . T 2 H5 Eizfa Mawr iw ggi ns Snow n s . Q 3505! 22 VW: fbzwwf' f ?eafws,wsas?rfxifwrs iawm iiiasrory mods etmfisidezf The smfehwstmwmtmuts for Doug Hedw1g, lost 1n tgg 13355 if 5 5 E Zi xy , , . z.L, 1 1 ,- W2 M cu 53.24. 4135. 5i!29Hg5 19H ' EQQjg5?iggigig3f9?5Qg0n1y3W M, A 1eaLi,Z ?Pf ,1aQn0u1aQ9sQis iiiafea ' af6P fffWWf W y , W , iv: X, .,L. H U Q, I - ivy? Qi'!UJS5ff, 33,2 M1191 trummtyfQuQd1fbQ5LdQQISsnS Juf?SW A ??'ff' S f LZ viii. 51 Ufiywf' 55" , 5 R mn 1 ' ' ami wsu Y -Q flggigijig mm-zfzfrci. WSH if Shsmw iifsgsaibt - 5 A H X fmw- M iiefzm A ggigl Lge wziafs in Qaissimx 5 wk s L KE Q wg ' ww EQQQQQM 1 E W L K L 2 7 7 f-. . , M, IX i vii: Li ' 'X M fgwffms A f' .J 1 f 'pi' 'www WL: ,W ' ""'3, ' "4, JW' LITERATURE PROGRAM TO FEATURE POETRY AT COMMUNITY CLUB BIOT IN GARDEN FEATURE POETRY AT COMMUNITY CLUB '4The Pleasures of Poetry" will be the topic when Mark Russo addresses the Community Club on Tuesday, October 15, at 2 p.m., in the Garden City Casino. Thias was announced today by Betsy Fox, chairman of the club's Literature Department. This will be the department's first program of the fall seasorri I J Boy Scout Boy Scouffffroopf 166 started its outdoor fall program with a camping trip to Cornelia Lakep Forty-three scouts were accompanied by Scoutmaster Jeff Krone sler, Camping ScoutmasterrzTom Gavin, and Assistant Scoutmasters Larry. DeMarco and Jim Getchell. I A search still continues for scouts Joe Chiafair, Brad Wallick, Charlie Miller and Paul McGuire who wandered into the woods in pursuit to Smokey the Bear. Leading the pursuit with his trusty scout knife was John MacFarlane. C If Honey West married Peter Bee, shefdmbe Honey Bee . . .lf Helene Enkinas, married John Troy, she'dlbe Helen Troy . . . If Lynn Kennedys married Brian Quinn, ,she'd.be Lynn Quinn . . . If Noel Dalton, married Sally Donne1lyffhe'd be Noel Dalton 1 . . lf I ydidn't like thellshowfsheld be Booin? McKewen .Alf Mary Schenkel married Chris Schenkel, she'd be Mary, scirenieei . .. If Pam Weiser had a cold,eshe'd be Weiser the .Sneezer . If Chris Ehler married Magoney, she'd , ,lf GisQe House i9Holmes I were standing next to each other, you'd see that a House is not a Holmes . . . If Louise Moore married Vinney Delguise, she'd be Louise DeLuise. if SE VIOLINIST TO PLAY AT BENEFIT AUCTION Concert violinist John Cuddy will be guest artist and Congressman Dan Fieldsteel will be master of ceremonies at the Music League's benefit auction on Friday, 1 1 , at 7 p.m., in, the Regency' Room of the Garden City ,sif Hotel, it was announced today by Jeff Lallas, ,A Y .general chairman. ,yni f 800 ATTEND LUNCHEON FOR COMMUNITY CLUB'S GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY More than 800 members of The Community Club of Garden City gathered at the Garden City Hotel on October 2, to celebrate the golden anniversary of the founding of the club in 1919. The event was marked by a champagne finger-tip luncheon ' lli' llll I lllilggeside the swimming pool of the if if if Actor A sp as auctioneer when 'lllll F 01l0WiHgll l'1i111Che0H, the items, donatedfby frienfllsjof STOUP moved to the Georgian League, are put up for Rooms where, after a brief following thedinner and e greeting from Janet Reina, Club program by Mr. Cuddy. The event is being sponsored by the Longsflsliirrd Committee of Parents and Friends of the Music Education League. Ticket information may be obtained for the October llth dinner through John Cristield or any member his committee. Collection ofl.eaves1 S 1 g Starts Soon rfeiel I if The village of .Garden City will again put its big leaf-collecting machine into action beginning next Monday and continuing through Saturday, December 7, it was announced today, by Martin Gebhardt. Mr. Gebhardt is a member of theGarden City High School Society 'for the prevention of lcruely to fallen leaves. A I sr president, the., invocation was pronounced byggwalter Johnson, guest speaker. sisr . FAMOUS QUOTES "Aggh, itis toothpaste!" fRichard Porto "Dana, are you up there?7' -Mrs. Sheridan . . . "Have you.,pseen my mikeifi' -Brooks Deaganf. gp. "It's too hot to think" -Bruce Glaser . . . "That's rightg! ,Lucille is his guitar." -Bill Deanfg , ,ffl move the meeting robe adjourned. -Beverly Bretnall . . . "Larry, do you want dissention-team dissention'?!" -Doug Freeman . . . 'LI decline" -Jon Kamras . . . f'Sophomores, BOOOO " sr. gTom Hicky . CITY HIGH SCHOOL Mass pandemonium broke loose in the Garden City High School on the afternoon oflune 10, 1969 as enraged seniors gathered together in a final attempt to combat the ever-increasing apathy of the Student Council delegates. It seems the commotion began outside the Main custodial office where John Zerille, Carol Springstun, and Evelyn Dubois attracted an audience with their ranting for "more soap in the girl's washroomli' A similar disturbance was created in the cafetaria with Peter Rundlett's urgen plead to "lower the price of orange juiceli' Among his supporters were John Morrissey, Carmela Conti, and Tom Bleimeyer. An air of tension filled the corridors as hundreds of students fell into marching formation under the leadership of Barbara Ozarkiw, Linda Saul, Herb Birmingham, Drew Hampton, Peggy Smith, and Bob Colon waved empty French's mustard jars as they proceeded. Kathy Bonner explained this action to be symbolic of their displeasure with the lack of mustard in Lunch B. Dave Dickinson added a tuneful note to the demonstration with a rousing rendition of "We Shall Overcomen played on his portable xylophone. The instrument was ably borne by Jim McCarthy and Bob Lewis w-ho also joined in singing a few choruses. Soon, however, all music had been drowned out by mob's cries for "more snow daysf, "new shelves in the girls locker room," and "a new football team." Restlessness and anger mounted until the entire senior class .... fcontinued on page 26 column 31 IORS I ,,....-if ROBERT EGGERS President CLASS JOHN ELSEN CATHY PRICE Vice-President Secretary Page 34 OFFICERS 1969 in ' I IVIINDY KUHN WILLIAM DILLINGHAM Social Chairman Treasurer CAROL GATTO JAMES YATES A ssistant Social Chairman Historian STEVEN ALBIGESE Sports minded . . . Varsity Football and Lacrosse . . . S.C.B. I.B.L. seen behind the counter at the pool snack bar . . . infamous quarterback for J.V. ... known by all ... "go get um" "Alsi" "Steve" PENELOPE ACKER Beautiful brown hair and figure to match . . .Social Committee ... Phi Tau Rho Sorority ... enjoys snow skiing water skiing . . .swimming . . .during the summer worked as a mother's helper in East Hampton hobbies include drawing and painting ... effervescent personality . . "Penny" ANDREA ACKERMAN Attractive miss . . . talented in the field of art Art Committee Folksong Club . .. Social Committee Student Council Delegate leads a full life a fashionable wardrobe with a model's figure. . "Andy" Lfugi' Gunn, 'ZR' SUZANNE ADDY Spanish Club . . . Concert Choir . .. Mixed Chorus F.T.A. ... Folksong Club ... summer trip to Ithaca College . . .on the quiet side. JOAN ALTONIONTE Homeroom Chairman ... models . . . works at Merle Norman . . . fashionable dresser . . . distinctive fingernails . . . speaks her mind ... an aversion to gym . . . a Sun and ROBERT NIAURICE ALVEY Chess Club S.A.lVl. Concert Choir . .. Folkaires . . . Homeroom Officer . . . Spanish and Chem Clubs Track and Tennis teams hobbies include the trumpet, tape-recording, photography, collecting old cigar bands and writing short stories summer job at a service station ... traveled to Hawaii ... will never forget trip to Puerto Rico. . . "Bob" CANDACE ANDERSON Chairman of Bridge Club .. German Club . . . Masquers . .. Alpha Phi Alpha Sorority enjoys camping and being a Sunday School teacher . . . has a smile for everyone . . . vivacious personality . . . never at a loss for words . . . llcandyn Surf member . . . "Joanie" Page 35 RICHARD ANDERSON One of G.C.'s tallest Chemistry Club enjoys all water sports Delaware Canoe Trip . .. went to Expo '68 last summer Explorer Post President '68-'69 .. . Garden City Music Center employee . .. quiet but friendly. . . "Ricky" MICHELE L. BAR RETT A true virtuoso Concert Choir ... director, co-conductor of Festivalaires . . . Celestones Mixed Chorus Earth Science Seminar active in Senior Scouts enjoys sailing, swimming, shuffleboard, tennis . .. plays piano, guitar, zither . . . collects tapes and folk-songs . . . an individualist's individual .. . inventive hairstyles.. . "Mickey" Page 36 BONNIE JEAN BAMBACE A flair for music Concert Choir . . . Celestones . . . Mixed Chorus . . . Humanities Club Vee Pee . . . Masquers . . . Library Staff . . . Homeroom secretary .. . active in various committees . . . Folksong Club .. . Sodality Regina Assembly . . . Martin's Fashion Board . . . Girls' gymnastics.. . enjoys swimming and tennis ...quick to smile DONNA BARDI Talkative and out-going . . . Vice Chairman of H.R. Mast Write-ups .. . decoration committee ... enjoys volleyball . . . babysits . . . bowling and beach enthusiast a laugh that could trigger an epidemic . . . "Donna" NANCY BARBERA New to Garden City from Martin Van Buren H.S. Initiated Masquers ... Guidance Aide Candy Striper helps in the G.C. Public Library spent last summer working likes riding in the P.T.A. show "Ransom of Red Chief" good sense of humor contagious laugh SUSAN BARNES An individual and an art enthusiast . . . opinionated . . . Art Committee lnkspots Art Editor . .. Folk Song Club S.A.M. a D.J. on W.G.C.H. Radio Masquers . .. Quill and Scroll Homeroom Secretary Experiment Mission to Puerto Rico . . . Homeroom Secretary teacher's aide in PTA program . . . Humanities . . . remembers her trip to Europe enjoys creative writing, playing guitar and pop music . . . "Junior" "Sue" ARTHUR BALLER Working man . .. Track ... Confraternity . . . Cross Country ... summers in Florida ... football baseball . . . softball. WI LLARD BAR RY Big and blonde goes wild over cars and driving . . . industrious worker after school . . . distinctive walk interested in football . . . good listener . . . "Bill" JOHN BASSANI Sports minded .. . Junior Usher .. . Folksong Club J.V. and Varsity Football and Lacrosse ... I.B.L. ... winter lacrosse . . . spent the summer working in the city Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity .. . one of the better looking members of our class "G-assani" CHRISTINE BERK Historian of Alpha Phi Alpha Sorority . . . great to know . . . enjoys swimming and horseback riding Worked with "Summer in the City" lfull circlel organization .. . Activity Office worker I . . sincere friend likes mod clothes frequents Concert Choir advocates a casual existence . . . "Chris" MICHAEL BENNETT Student Council delegate biology enthusiast . . . Election Committee . . . Activity Committee a quiet streak . . . lt's Academic . . . Foreign Policy Forum . .. Chef's Club . . . wrestling . . . remembers his summers as a caddy and a waiter . . . interested in golf and water sports . . . a real nice guy . . . "Mike" MICHAEL BERARDINO Excels in sports . . . J.V. Baseball and Basketball . Varsity Basketball, Baseball and Soccer . . . Echo Sports Editor has held various homeroom offices ... Magazine Drive Homeroom Chairman ... St. Anne's C.Y.O .... "Iron Mike" CARMELLA BENTLEY A true Southern belle active member of Masquers . . . interests are bowling and horseback riding G.C.'s representative to Co-Ed Magazine . . . Methodist Youth Fellowship ... expert seamstress loves to play piano and sew remembers her trips back to her home state of Alabama U.N. Youth Assembly nice to. know THOMAS BERGAN Extensive interests in cars and motors ... homeroom secretary sports an El Camino works at Texaco gas station works on electronic equipment talented mechanic "Tom" PETER BEE Intellectual perfectionist .. Officer of Debate Society .. . chess club ... F.P.F. ... S.A.M. ... C.Y.O. G.C.A.A. Junior Soccer Team Coach . .. Bowling team .. . enjoys tennis, golf and boating . . . plays the piano interested in books, puzzles, cars and card tricks National Merit Letter of Commendation ... likes electronics, politics and telescopes. . . "Buzz" MARIANNE BERNHARD Laughter comes easily spends her summers in the Adirondacks Phi Tau Rho Sorority . . . Leaders Club . . . volleyball and basketball extramurals Gymnastic Show intramural hockey . . . Future Nurses of America . .. C.Y.O. Basketball hobbies include snow skiing, water skiing, and going to parties . . . loves the beach . . . "Marianne" Page 37 RICHARD BLAKE Chefs Club interested in cars Wood Ship Club enjoys playing the guitar Photo Club worked as a waiter and gas station attendent ... enjoys motorcycles summers in Connecticut "FreckIes" ,,Dick,, PETER BOGER Varsity Football and Lacrosse . . . memorable trip to Europe . . . former member of church choir delegate to student council . . . Q I W if ' I .,5,,..,.iix,: 7 I Page 38 WALTER BEZOUSKA J.V. Soccer . . . Gymnastics . . . Student Council representative Wood Working Club working man . . . enjoys going to beach . . . weight lifting . . . has 1,486 Budweiser cans on basement walls building a fiber glass car . . . enjoys electronics . . . "Bazoo" MARY ELIZABETH BOLLO An attractive blonde . . . Candy Striper ... intramural volleyball Latin Club Future Nurses of America Phi Tau Rho Sorority . . . enjoys horseback riding, water skiing, snow skiing and playing the piano . . . partial toward the college crowd . . . outgoing . . . Mebby" HERBERT BIRMINGHAM Returned to the rolls of the Class of '69 . . . previously attented Admiral Farragut Academy . . . activities are numerous . . . Library staff. . . Masquers Fire Patrol A.V. squad and Chem Club... hobbies range from fishing to coin collecting .,. jolly personality has enabled him to re-enter easily . . . "Herb" KATHLEEN BONNER Tall and slender Biology Club St. Joseph's C.Y.O. . . . volleyball, basketball, track, hockey, snow skiing . . . a Doubleday girl enjoys sewing, cooking and collecting recipes summer activities include waterskiing, swimming, and dating a reliable babysitter has her quiet moments. . . "Kathy" THOMAS BLEIMEYER Always seen with the girls . .. Masquers . . . Spanish Club . . . many a homeroom office works at Grand Union .. . . traveled throughout Europe this summer . .. enjoys swimming and tennis . .. very opinionated . . . "Tom" CHRISTINE BOLAND Easy smile .., Phi Tau Rho Sorority . . . Gymnastics . . . Candy striper . . . Remembered for her winning performance on the Ted Mack Amateur Hour . . . Enjoys water and snow skiing . . .spends summer days at the beach . . . "a touch of the old Leprechaun" "Chrls" ellis . ' HELEN BOYD Always greets you with a smile . . . piano enthusiast . . . made it to Europe and back . . . Election Committee . . . lends a helping hand in the library . . . Initiated Masquers . . . Spanish Club ... Latin Club ... Activity Committee . . . C.Y.O. board Sodality .. . sugar and spice. PETER BRANCATO lVlasquers' technical director ... Chef's Club intramurals, intramurals, intramurals church commentator the green room's silent but fearless leader . . . handy with a hammer . . . "Pete" JANET BOTTE Quiet and dependable received a grant for an air pollution experiment in Earth Science Seminar Library Staff plays the piano likes to sew rides and shows her own horse Masquers . . . received National Merit Letter of Commendation ... C.Y.O. ... Regina Assemblies Cancy Striper . . . homeroom offices . . . Honor Rating Representative . . . bound for lots of success KATHLEEN BRENNAN Petite and sweet . . . a spirited Varsity Cheerleader . . . S.C.B. . . . Student Council Social Committee Chairman ... Folksong Club Echo Initiated Masquers . . . Spanish, Latin Club ... Assembly Committee . . . Nlast Write Ups . . . Prom Committee C.Y.O. Board Gymnastics Show Leaders Club Alternate Council Delegate . . . sewing and skiing known for her dimples . . .seems quiet until you get to know her . . . cute in every way . . . "Kathie" ANNE BOWERFIND Cute and all smiles . . .Spanish Club ... Latin Club ... Activities Committee . . . Phi Tau Rho . . . Cornelia Cotillion . . . North Shore League. . . Jr. Debutantes Enjoys water and snow skiing . . . horseback riding tennis an artist loves the snow, parties, football games and clothes . . . partial to the college set cheerful to all . . . A good friend . . . "Anne" BEVERLY BRETNALL Tall, attractive blonde .. . Masquers member . . . Concert Choir Spanish Club Library Staff . . . hardworking S.C.B. . . .. spends her summers in Sea Girt, N.J. Candy Striper . .. interests include sewing .. . beautiful wardrobe Bev y L W1 T . A RICHARD BOYLE Outstanding pole vaulter on the track team .. . co-captain of gymnastics athletically minded Varsity Football, Track . . . interested in surfing an avid weight-lifter with the build to prove it . . . a sense of humor appreciated by all many wild parties frequents a certain house never misses a good party .. . "Dick" CHRISTOPHER BRENNAN Creative member of lnkspots . . . appreciates good music . . . B.C. 102nd collects junk . .. individual to the Nth degree casual, easy-going attitude . .. daily banana . . . "Benny" . . . "Psycho" L ,L.. 'Eff,5 a Page 39 JAYNE BREWSTER Bubbling personality F.T.A. ... Greek Club ... C.Y.O .... gift of gab . . .Sak's Fashion Board . . . Phi Tau Rho ... plays badminton ... loves to ride, paint, sail and ski . . . talented seamstress . . . extensive wardrobe .. . sparkling brown eyes ... enjoys parties a weekend girl JOSEPH CADIGAN Comes and goes a demon behind the wheel Photography Club Chef's Club Offset Club intramural volleyball and basketball job at Baskin Robbins has a devillish streak . . . "Jay" Page 40 5 ' .V Q5,2'4f,:?5Q92k 5537 1' 'E 'raise ww-gqafeitffgsss Elsisiiiiwtsaiiz ROBERT BROWN Easy going . . .Track . . . Metal Tech Club . . . enjoys boating, skiing and flying works in Pontiac dealership .. . K.I.M. . interest in the opposite sex . . . finds the humorous side of everything . . . "Bob" FREDERICK BUEHLER Quiet and friendly Photo Club Biology Club Chemistry Club enjoys swimming and camping likes basketball and baseball vacations in New Mexico bus boy optimistic point of view . . . "Fred" NOREEN BRYAN Vivacious . . .always chattering . . . involved in sports .. . extramural badminton and bowling ... intramural basketball and volleyball . . . gymnastics . .. avid skiier and horseback rider . . . striking figure . . . loves the beach and football games ...art . . . Oh! those parties . .. a true friend . . .great to know RALPH BYRNE S.C.B. . . . Varsity Soccer . . . l.B.L. l.V.L. enjoys skiing, swimming and soccer J.V. Soccer and Baseball . . . well known class participant . . . hard worker in all his endeavors "R-R-Ralph" RHONDA BRITTAN Lovely blonde hair ... Initiated Masquers . . . Concert Choir ... Folkaires Folksong Club . . . enjoys horseback-riding . . . plays the piano and guitar ... basketball team . . . spends her summers traveling and going to the pool . . . Methodist Youth Fellowship . . . Church Choir . . . remembers her trips to Alabama and California . . . took part in the "Music Man" at Carey . . . loves people. . .a nice person to know STEVEN CAMERON New to G. C. in his senior year . . . wrestled in his sophomore year . . .traveled to Hawaii and Marshall Islands ... non-conformist ... straightforward nature . . . makes friends easily . . . looks forward to weekends . . . "Steve" PATRICIA CAMPBELL Red hair . .. volleyball, basketball, gymnastics, and badminton loves little yellow Volkswagons with black convertible tops likes to sew and tell sick jokes makes frequent trips to Chaminade . . . "Pat" GERALD CARUCCI Grade Council . . . Masquers . . . Activities Committee . . . Chemistry Club . . . Biology Club . .. Prom Committee . . . Spcial Committee ... Stagecraft . . . participates in track likes to travel and waterski . . . hobbies include cabinet work, cars, hunting and collecting guns . . . one half of an inseparable couple! . . .wild wardrobe . . . "Jerry" EQ'-up GEORGE CAPPELLO Interested in cars drag racing enthusiast . .. wheels a silver Barracuda spends spare time at drag races quick shutter finger JOSEPH CARMOSINO Wheels a Caddy a wiz in the Organ Club . . . lVlast Write Ups ... loves to swim ... Journalism Club . . . labored at the Garden City Hotel . . . easy going . . . "Joe" 12 lr RONALD CAPREOL Chef's Club J.V. Football and Track . . . intramural wrestling ... worked at Doubleday and hustled at a drug store . . . took a two week canoe trip around the U.S. . . . enjoys weight lifting and water skiing a fantastic persong well worth knowing. . . "Ron" GLORIA CAR RAINE A talented musician . . .Studio Orchestra . . . Band Librarian . . . Community Orchestra . . . excels at the flute . . . Folksong Club ... Office Aide ... Candy Striper . . . Church School Teacher swimming and cooking . .. quiet and conservative . . . Masquers . . . hardworking and dependable . . . one of Chadderdon's children . . . "Glory" DIANE CANNIZZARO Reserved manner new member of Senior Class musically minded Initiated lVlasquers ... Assembly Committee . . . Concert Choir F.T.A. spends quiet moments browsing through magazines enjoys playing piano, dancing and singing . . . volunteer helper of Nlarch of Dimes . . . Confraternity . . . bowling ... badminton ... cheerleader of former school . . . affable and easy going 2 DEBBIE CARTY Artistically inclined ... lVlasquers . . . Library Staff . . . horse-back riding .. babysitting . . . camping . . . swimming. . .tennis . . .enjoys Fire Island was a working girl in a 5 and 10. Page 4l MARY JANE CHARLES Orientation Committee . . . , enjoys volleyball and swimming summer camp counselor ... football enthusiast-Packer's fan C.Y.O. . . . admires Chaminade loves cats collects stuffed animals enviable wardrobe likes horseback riding and boating fondly known as "Charlie" happiest girl around JOSEPH CHIAFAIR Biology Club Greek Club . . . Chemistry Club .. . math tutor . . . Latin Club . . . Chess Club very active h.r. paliamentarian ... l.B.L. ... l.V.L. . .. intramural soccer sure handed and on J.V. Football C.Y.O. Executive Board Chairman enjoys billiards and drums . .. "Joe" Page 42 Wl LLlAlVl CAVAGNARO Friendly . . . Varsity Track . . . master culinarian of Chef's Club . . . Budget Committee ... Echo . . . Spanish Club... frequents the C.Y.O. ... Confraternity surfing and skiing wild on the slopes . . . "Bill" PAULETTE CHRISS New to G.C. from lVlalverne . . . Spanish Club F.T.A. Girl's Chorus homeroom officer . .. participated in Sport Night at lVlalverne High loves parties, the beach, swimming, being with people, and tennis . .. G.O.Y.A. club in Church Sunday School teacher . . . wants to major in psychology . . . sweet smile. SUSAN CHAIVIBERLAI N G.C. couldn't do without her . . . always working Co-Activities Editor of lVlast ...S.C.B .... French Club... Folksong Club ...Junior Class Secretary . . . Prom Committee . . . G.A.A. Delegate.. .Candy Striper ... hockey gymnastics friendly to all . . . camp goer during the summer dimples plus mischievous . . . shiny black hair.. . "Wilt" . . . "Sue" WILLIAM CHRISTIVIAN One of IVlrs. Finnegan's bookroom boys . . . enjoys football and pool . . . could do without school ... independent personality . . . knows his way on the dance floor. . . "Bill" JOHN CHATTEBTON Sports minded Varsity Lacrosse .,.. enjoys surfing, spearfishing, swimming, and boating ... intramural basketball and volleyball various homeroom offices audio visual . . . usher at G.C. Community Church ... worked last summer as busboy and an usher at the Rivoli Theater. DONALD CHICHESTER Has held many homeroom offices . . . Likes sports . . . Jr. Varsity Football, Volleyball, Jr. Varsity Lacrosse . . . Junior Usher often seen riding around in his green Triumph uDonu QI? A 5" f- -' .vfsfss , ffswxxf PAMELA CHURGEL Concert Choir Red Cross homeroom representative grade Social Committee . . . Secretary of Alpha Phi Alpha Sorority . . . Church Choir . . . petite interested in ballet . . . working girl . . . mother's helper this past summer enjoys buying clothes . . . wild streak . , . "Pam" JANET CLARKSON Blonde and freckled . . . Future Nurses of America ... Folksong Club ... sportsminded . . . Junior Varsity Basketball ... all intramurals . .. Gymnastic Show ... Phi Tau Rho... Leaders Club . . . enjoys skiing . . . avid beach goer . . . C.Y.O. basketball . . . devilish streak . .. Aggressive on a basketball court . . . iia ' i ag? , 5 332' sf H 5 1t, ,..,,g,. . 1 .ftlfieerfw WILLIAM CLEARY Mast Write-ups . . . "Man of the World" . . . member of Strictly Blues . . . Student Council Delegate Fire Patrol Concert Choir . . . volleyball . . . enjoys traveling . . . beach ... lead guitar ... "Bill" ... "Buddha" CLAYTON CLOUGH German Club .. . Industrial Arts Club . .. Magazine Drive homeroom captain ... participated in gymnastics .. . member of our track team . . . volleyball . . . church activities, Y.P.E., usher . . .enjoys skiing, cars, motorcycles, caddying . . . night manager at a gas station ... unique name . . . outgoing and friendly . . . "Clayt" ,, - - - mm r,zzfwwv'W4?iL?3Ef1 SUSAN CON LON Active member of the Class of '69 . . . Sr. Exec. Board . . . Assembly Committee ... Publicity Committee ... Future Nurses of America .. . Concert Choir . . .- Celestones ... French Club ... softball and volleyball intramurals St. Anne's Sodality, C.Y.O .... enjoys boating, golf, tennis. . . equestrienne . . . collects mugs . . . plays piano and guitar . . . works on Wall Street . . . hopes to pursue a career in nursing or public relations . . . "Sue" KATHLEEN CONNELLY industrious G.C.'s answer to Bette Davis Magazine Drive Committee . . . chairman of homeroom captains active in Masquers memorable as "Mama" in "I Mama" . . . director of Remember apprentice "Oklahoma" Miss Bingley in "Pride and Prejudice" Masquers . . . make-up for Chairman of Election Committee . . . Managing Editor and contributor to lnkspots . . . S.C.B .... enjoys writing poetry . . . DENISE CLEMENT A dramatic girl in all she does . . . summer stock at Greenport Summer Playhouse ... Initiated Masquers ... basketball, volleyball and softball teams . . . hobbies are painting, music and drama . . . a true individual hairstyle a la Mia Farrow ... vivid imagination as reflected in her 'wardrobe . . . ROBERT COLAN President of Boy's Biology Club . . . member of the General Organization Homeroom Chairman . . .three years on Varsity Tennis lwith his devastating backhandl l.B.L. l.V.L. spring tennis enjoys tennis and boating in the summer . .. hobbies include science . . . physical therapy volunteer . . . ice hockey. . . "Bob" so ww ' Page 43 DIANE CONSTAS Very quiet. . .a true individual . . . mod dresser. . .short black hair likes to water ski ... spends summers at the beach . . . member of Girls Chorus . .. very petite extensive wardrobe . . . PEGGY COUGH LIN Contagious laugh French Club Folksong Club Sodality . . . Social Committee ... sun worshipper Activity Committee. . . C.Y.O. . . . Confraternity . . . active member of Junior and Senior Life Saving extramural badminton Foreign Policy Forum always speaks her mind . . . enjoys traveling and earning money Future Teachers of America Initiated Nlasquers ... intramurals G.A.A. Class Night "Those ski trips!" "Peggy" JACK COOPE R Active H.R. Chairman .. . Chef's Club lnkspots Varsity Tennis l.B.L. enjoys football, surfing, swimming, and driving .. . working man at Lord 84 Taylors . .. loves Jersey shore and sleeping in Shinnecock . . . guitar man in his band ... looks forward to Mondays and Halloween . . . a regular at G.K.'s . . .a lot of fun PAMELA CORNWELL Freckles galorie . . . French Club F.T.A. Social Committee ... intramural volleyball . .. Phi Tau Rho Sorority . . . badminton . . . spent the summer in a Driver's Ed car quiet but with a devilish streak . . . "Pam" ii' , K . safe- gsgffessi - 1 stesis. , ffiii ' f ., ,f . , -' . , tg ' 2igigsz4?QitsifQ22f2r.E2fr2iff2egiifS?ifgi2e2fQf22?iis:ifiiilhl "Wi" . 5fiiiwzsfzfiilii,fdvsilksiitse.fifilislwss'fieiliitlwiiiwmxki ae.es.f2'z?:::?2-rf2-?:f1- STEPHEN CORNACCHIA Funloving . . . Varsity Baseball pitched a no-hitter member of Strictly Blues J.V. Wrestler . . . enjoys the beach and swimming . . . surfer . . . Student Council Folksong Club Homeroom Chairman lVlast Write-Ups . . . "Corny" SUE COSTIGAN Vital part of Nlasquers director of David and Lisa . . . Folk Song Club has held various homeroom offices Student Council Alternate Delegate ... S.A.Nl. basketball, intramurals, gymnastics remembers great times last summer traveling through Europe its CARIVIELA CONTI Spanish Club . . . St. Anne's Sodality . . . Library Staff . . . Future Teachers Of America . . . enthusiastic . . . Humanities member . . . a reliable friend ... hobbies include photography and sewing . . . friendly but reserved JACOUELINE COVENEY A working girl holds part time job . . . an avid beach goer . . . riding and dancing enthusiast a friendly member of our class "Jackie." THOMAS COYLE Masquers slaves backstage as chairman of Props Committee ... C.Y.O. .. . Activity Committee . . . enjoys water skiing and boating . . . works in a drive-in-movie nice to know . . . known for his punctuality a member of the "tall set." . . . "Tom." l RICHARD DANZIG Junior Class President . . . enjoys skiing . . . "Bahama Bay" member of Strictly Blues . . . G.C.'s most eloquent statesman . . . Executive Board Delegate . . . J.V. Football and Wrestling music lover I.. outgoing . . . tall, dark and handsome . . . "Diamond Dick" JOHN C. CUDDY Editor-in-Chief of Echo . . . one of Chadderdon's Children . . . sadistic smile . . . treasurer of S.A.M. veteran S.C.B. received a National Merit Letter of Commendation leader of a subcult Quill and Scroll Society . . . someone worth listening to ... memorable bass drum solo . . . knows how to laugh . . . G.C.'s representative to Boy's State. ELIZABETH DALZELL A bundle of energy Secretary of Future Nurses of America . . . active member of Leaders Club. . . Red Cross. . . St. Joe's C.Y.O. Girls' Biology Club summers at Southold assistant to an oral surgeon intramural hockey, basketball, volleyball . . . enjoys swimming hobbies include cooking and sewing . . . striking red hair. . . "Beth" NOE L DALTON A bid addition to G.C. in his junior year Photography, Humanities, Chemistry and Biology Clubs S.A.M. lab assistant . . .worked during the summer ... loves swimming and the beach enjoys bicycling with American Youth Hostel stamp collection ... Y.P.F. ... distinctive walk . . . a fresh air fiend JOHN DANKS Knows his way around a pool table spent his summer working at A.B.D. Inc. a Giant football fan ... remembers his beach club easy with his money ,rs,, JOHN CRISFIELD Outspoken Student Council Representative Activities Committee . . . lnkspots . . . President of the Student Store Dr. Alan Swinford in "David and Lisa" G.O. Salesman ... D.E.A.N.S. ... Acolyte at the Cathedral enjoys track and soccer likes music "Casanova John." LAURIE DAVIES Artistically inclined . . . Future Teachers of America . . . music enthusiast . . . Concert Choir . . . Mixed Chorus.. . Folksong Club . . . vacations at Lake George and Southhampton . . . French Club reserved .. . looks toward a career in art education soft voice and easy manner Page 45 BROOKS DEEGAN A talented gymnastic . . .Track . . . Captain of Varsity Gymnastics . . . Concert Choir section leader . .. drummer in rock and roll band Cherry Valley Junior Assemblies spends summers in Quoque . . . enjoys beach parties and skiing . . . member of All Country Choir interested in music and the French language "Brooks" CYNTHIA DeFRANCE G.C.'s Academic Torch Bearer ... S.C.B. ... Gimbel's Teen Fashion Board Initiated Nlasquers . . . Nlast Advertising Editor ... St. Annes's Sodality-Senior President Echo . . . National Honor Society . . . accomplished seamstress . . . spends summers as camp counselor . . . National Merit letter of Commendation . . . "Cindy" Page 46 JILL DAVIS Independent and rebellious . . . S.A.lVl. Spanish Club Fiesta ambitious President of Humanities Club Republican campaign worker . .. employed by a bakery ... intramural hockey, volleyball, badminton a baby sitter and beachgoer .. . enjoys sewing . .. distinctive piano player and drummer .. . loves to laugh and make others do the same WILLIAIVI DEAN Easygoing "SouI Brother" member of Strictly Blues Concert Choir Fire Patrol . . . Gymnastics . . . beach dweller . . . enjoys body surfing and rafting ...skiing and golfing . . . action on ,weekends . . . bad knees . . .fine taste for clothes. . . "B.B. Dean" LAWRENCE DelVIARCO Car fanatic creative and talented guitarist likes to draw . .. Industrial Arts Club . . . intramural volleyball captain . . . works at odd jobs ... is in a band ...frequently seen in orange Opal ... "Swede" . . . "Larry" WALTER DENBY G.C.'s impenetrable lacrosse goalie . . . unforgettable as sergeant-at-arms, parliamentarian, and chairman of his homeroom . . . always a comment . .. makes his prescence known . . . "WaIt" ROBERT DeFLI ESE Varsity Football and Basketball J.V. wrestling . . . Capt. of Baseball . . . never a dull moment at his parties boat boy in summer lives for weekends . . . favorite initials are C.C. . . . held various homeroom offices fun loving guy . "NeanderthaI" . . . "Flea" . . ,,BOb,, VINCENT DeLUISE Intelligant and friendly . . . National Honor Society Vice President ... Echo News Editor ...Latin Club . . .Band Vice President . . . IVlathIetes . . . IVlath tutoring . . . Physics Club ... Quill and Scroll Society . . . veteran member of G.C.'s famous "It's Academic Team" . . . holds his own with a pool cue an invaluable member of the school . . . National Nlerit Semi-Finalist . . . master of abfuscatory verbiage . . . "Vinny" DENISE DeWERTH Long brown tresses . . . always smiling Initiated Masquers . .. Folk Song Club ... Homeroom Secretary ... enjoys music and art . . . spent summer at beach and pool with Scotty . . . secretarial work . . . funloving . .. DOUGLAS DIETRICH Prominent member of Senior Class President of Honor Society Vice President of S.C.B. Nlath Seminar Nlast Staff Nat'l Merit Letter of Commendation . . . 3 letter man-Varsity Football, Wrestling, Lacross Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity hard working man during the summer summer lacross league likes Andy lVl's house .. . Dr. Kildare of class of '69 staggering fleas follow him home . . .great guy . . . "Deke" i"l Wi? ROBERT DENIGRIS A penchant for metal sculpting . . . Humanities . . . three years on gymnastic team . . . spends spare time at New York Athletic Club and art studies varied moods of madness . . . original on dress and haircut . . . "Bob" s Lf .f wsfsfile .5 T 11,251 Esfifi-iieissfise' ,,sf1swf,1tl11s1. KATHRYN DILLON Active member of Future Nurses of America ... participated in Class Night . . . enjoys sewing, cooking and camping Girl Scouts sports enthusiast water skiing, boating, swimming and bowling . . . worked as a mother's helper veteran babysitter . .. stamp collector . . .cheerful . . . "Kathy" PHILIP DePlETRO Friendly Echo Latin Club Band Studio Orchestra . . . Dance Band . . . Varsity Tennis . . . bowling . . . quiet comedian .. . piano and drums plays a mean oboe likes swimming and pool . . . "Phil" IVIADELINE DI PIERRO New to Garden City last year member of the Future Nurses of America lVlixed Chorus likes basketball, hockey, tennis summer activities include babysitting, golfing, and swimming enjoys cooking reserved and sweet. DAVID DICKINSON Small only in size . . . J.V. and Varsity Tennis . . . lightweight wrestler .. . makes his pocket money at A848 Acolytes Guild at the Cathedral .. . enjoys snow skiing quiet and collected . . . "Dave" WILLIAIVI DILLINGHAIVI Never at a loss for words .. . Varsity Football, Indoor Track, and Spring Track senior representative of Student-Faculty Relations Board Foreign Policy Forum . . . Echo . . . Debating Club avid follower of politics ... attended Republican Convention Treasurer of Honor Society, class of 69, and Explorer Post President of T.A.R. Dill Page 47 SALLY DONNELLY Candy Striper F.N.A. works in Activity Office loves New Hampshire and auctions . . . Mixed Chorus . . . Girls's Chorus ... makes beautiful crewel embroidery . . . enjoys bicycling and water skiing ... plans to be a nurse. 3- . 4 sv- , lg. g-kj,-371j,y,zg:e leaf-5 7. if t.-zafafllaffe WILLIAM DRISCOLL Faithful member of Photo Club noble attempt at tennis enjoys swimming, boating and softball a sharpshooter in Riflery Club quiet, quiet, quiet, quiet ...nice to know. . . "BilI" Page 48 JOSEPH DONOVAN Good listener shutter-bug in photography club . . . enjoys baseball, football, swimming, and golf ... music and television . . . Confraternity . . . will try anything once . . . nJoe1r DEVON DRAFF EN Beautiful complexion avid surfer and snow skiier . . . always talking. . . vivacious . . . likes all sports . . . Leaders Club . . . extramural hockey ... softball coach Homeroom Chairman President of Alpha Phi Alpha . . . brightens any day. THOMAS DONOVAN Dedicated working man enjoys photography meat clerk at A 84 P Confraternity . . . Super Stock Boy . .. has a fantastic handshake. . . "Tom". DOUGLAS DREHER A track man . . . knows his way around a pair of skiis has future plans for a business career . . . a definite interest in boating . . . on the quiet side . . . "Doug" DENNIS DONOGHUE One of Mrs. Niedbalski's culinary wizards Chess Club .. . lntra. volleyball and basketball enjoys boating and skiing soft voice and easy manner . . . "Den" - - ' J Lciaaeisi Y EVE LYN DU BOIS One of G.C.'s smartest . . . Natural Honor Society . . . math tutor . . . Masquer's Make-Up . . . Spanish Club . . . enjoys swimming and tennis- . . . Charlie Chan movie fan . . . short, short hair . uncontrollable . . . "Evy" PRISCILLA DUFF Always bubbling over .. . enthusiastic and active .. . veteran S.C.B. . . . President of F.T.A. ... G.C.'s respresentative to Girls' State Latin Club Folksong Club Secretary ... photography enthusiast .. . loves basketball secretary of C.Y.O. ... teaches handicapped children ... earned money as a mother's helper friendly to all gorgeous brown hair F.T.A.'s "Teen Oueen Candidate" . . . "Duff" JERRY EDWARDS A Phi Tau Rho girl . . . never a dull moment C.Y.O. delegate to grade council lVlast Write-ups . . . various homeroom. offices . . . Co-Capt volleyball intramurals and Capt. of basketball intramurals ... Folksong Club ... S.A.Nl. enjoys art and skiing valuable member of Concert Choir . . . Nlasquers actress . . . has a job downtown . . . helped make Prom a success . . . Leaders Club . . . hysterical laugh known by all personality plus "Beezer" JEANNE EAR LEY Well-rounded member of the Senior Class .. . outgoing and very friendly . .. President of G.A.A .... S.C.B .... President of Sodality ... very athletically inclined three year varsity career . . volleyball, basketball, tennis . . . Activity Committee . . . responsible person Sports Editer of lVlast . . . One of the natural blondes Unique sense of humor with a sarcastic streak . . . "Yenny" BERT EDWARDS Real nice guy to know... Fire Patrol . . . avid surfer . . . dreams of a California college . . . a hard worker at his summer job . . . Varsity Track proud possessor of a red Mustang "only five more days till the weekend" . . . good wit . . . friendly to all . .. priceless sense of humor .I. "Bert" AR LYN ECKERNIAN Flair for music . . . Secretary of Organ Club . . . Secretary of Photo Club . . . plays organ in rock-and-roll bands taken organ lessons . . . collects interesting objects from different countries ... Sophomore Nlajorette . . . plays pipe organ for church DEAN EDWARDS Distinctive member of our class accomplished equestrian S.C.B. Fire Patrol German Club Chess Club . . . Magazine Drive . . . Track Student Council Alternate attracted to the opposite sex G.O. sales one of the best dressed members of our class . . . really grooves on a dance floor G.C.'s own Paul Newman . . . "Dino" PATRICK DUFFY Interested in sports . . . Varsity Football and Golf ... J.V. Baseball . . . great swimmer . . . intramural basketball ... varied taste in music . . .subtle sense of humor . .. inimitable laugh . . . never adverse to having a good time . . . classic gestures . . . "Pat" ROBERT EGGERS A well rounded individual .. Photo Editor of lnkspots . . Treasurer of Jr. Class . . . Senior Class President . . . Budget Committee. . . German Club Folksong Club active in sports . . . Co-Captain of Varsity Soccer Varsity wrestling . . . rock guitar player . . . National Photography Honor Award . . . a big part of G.C.H.S. . . . Ambassador to Austria . . . zany laugh coupled with insane sense of humor . . . security is a camera and a racoon hat . . . Eagle Scout. . . zest for life . . . "Bob" sl .aiwtasuifft ., msfsfik, JOHN EISEN An asset to the Senior Class . . . lVlast Write-ups Editor . . . S.C.B. ... Vice President of the Senior Class . .. Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity . . . Vice President of Junior Class . .. athletically minded ... Varsity Football Wrestling Track blues fan known for his golden tones on the Daily Bulletin bound for success . . . "John" JEANNE ENDERLE Loves horseback riding . . . Activity Committee ... intramurals .. . an expert seamstress . . . counselor at Thomas School of Horsemanship ... Foreign Policy Forum ... Junior Honor Guard .. . French Club .. . Youth Seminar at Church ... Folksong Club Decoration Committee ... always seeking a good time. . . a lively combination of pep and versatility Poge 50 CHRISTINE EHLERS A kind word for everyone . . . always willing to help dedicated to Nursing Future Nurses of America .. . Volunteer Nurse's Aid a Sunday school teacher . . . likes to sew . . . member of Nlasquers enjoys a good game of badminton babysits ... kindness personified . . . "Chris" I I E 4:11, s, " f ff: E355 ' 91115 FEE CHESTER FAI RGRIEVE Cross Country man . . . Captain Varsity Winter Track and Outdoor Track . . . helped campaign for Senator Dunne ... Echo . . . Junior Usher... Foreign Policy Forum . . . Chemistry Club Ouill and Scroll . B.A.A .... spent the summer working as a camp counselor . . . politically inclined . .. golf, swimming and football enthusiast . . . coin collector ... unexpectedly loquacious "Scott" WI LLIAIVI EHNIAN Business Manager of Echo .. . Concert Choir . . . enjoys fencing . . . Saul's salesman . . . sings in church choir and is a Sunday school teacher . . . Steering Committee . . . nice guy to know . . . hard working S.C.B. . . . President of church youth group . . . Photo Club . . . lVlr. ZiIka's museum curator . . . "Chris" 1 .,.-' If 1-. O ga- A -w x ,Z if X 1JfI'?7 I' A . . w "L eila, fifwifxfff ' .W rf 'ie ' sh " 1 t 'I ,.,.::,wm?::::5Lf:f:' gN,Zg?"H75?5:i?54T?if:F34 ':3g11.5,g K ff:-Z'.g.gtgQ :aim ,qi K 'fav 2 ll , fe' ,rj E gig -f,. jg 4 .-,mf says, fjlpiizaglf Q LAURA FALONIERI A homeroom Red Cross Representative a working schedule girl . . . handy with a cash register . . . beautiful long black hair with matching figure . . . expressive eyes . . . future plans are to attend secretarial school . . . enjoys spending much of her time with one special person . . . "Laura" PATRICIA ELLIS Striking blonde Up With People, Sing Out Long Island . .. hockey, volleyball, badminton Future Nurses of America enjoys snow and water skiing Cootchie Club Alpha Phi Alpha Sorority ... F.T.A. Folksong Club .. . summers at Sun and Surf Beach Club Gymnastics Team . . . always a smile. . . "Patti" WILLIAIVI EVANS Enjoys life .. . has an interest in sport cars, especially Triumphs . . . good with a pool cue . . . remembers working in the Hampton Appliance Warehouse . . . A flair for the exciting . . . foot loose and fancy free . . . "Bill," JO ANN FAULKNER Shapely miss with an impish grin . . . has been a homeroom officer every quarter ... involved in girls' intramurals summer activities include beach-going . . . favorite hobby is ,going to Broadway plays . . . tall, attractive, blond . . . "Jo" HARRY FENIK Founder and Station Manager of W.G.C.H. radio Photo Editor of Echo Concert Choir ... Nlasquers Treasurer of Unitarian Youth Group works at Stouffers Photographer for summer camp always found in studio. . . self-willed. ELLEN FARRELL Tall and poised beautiful face .. . Alpha Phi Alpha Sorority . . . likes Triumph TR4's ...a true individual . .. takes life as it comes . . . a free spirit. . . "Ellen" . 1:f,.'::::1 fx: 3 ,7 U, 2- -. Q - .A , mt ,.,,.. . ..t .. BRIAN FITZPATRICK Import from Seaford . . .guide at Hubbies ... Varsity Wrestling Captain at Garden City Student Council and J.V. Football at Seaford High surf bum enjoyed driving . . .Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity cool and calm . . . Seaford's loss-our gain . . . "Fitzi" ARTHUR FASCIANI One of the dedicated members of Nlasquers an interested Student Council Delegate with good ideas Fire Auxiliary always a ready laugh J.V. Football . . . Lacrosse Manager ... this summer worked at a Shell Station, got his license, and bought his famous little red car . . . enjoys working with animals and plans to be a vet . . . "Art" gi.. Ii ffs W r RICHARD FITZSIIVIONS Friendly and funloving football, baseball, track, and intramural wrestling . . . Nlixed Chorus . . . Concert Choir . . . one of lVlr. Nlamary's math tutors . . . likes tennis, golf and swimming pumps gas 11FitZ1r DONNA FELLOWS Our friendly hostess to exchange students from Japan and Spain ... active in lVlasquers ... .Publicity Committee Chairman ... Homeroom Secretary ... Folksong Club . . . hobbies include art and music . . . friendly to all . . . "Donna" ROBERT FIELDSTEEL A proud possessor of a petrified clam Latin Club . . . Steering Committee . . . Budget Committee Art Committee ... S.A.lVl. ... Foreign Policy Forum hobbies include attending demonstrations and protest rallies, coin collecting, painting and sculpting favorite sports are swimming, tennis, golf, and surf casting . . .spent part of his summer traveling . . . remembered for his "Cock Roach" speech . . . "Bob alias Dan." Page 51 PATRICE FLESCH Concert Choir ... Mixed Chorus ... Folksong Club ... Spanish Club ...German Club . .. Assembly Committee ... Masquers . .. Folkaires . .. Stagecraft . . . Office aide . . . Sunday School Teacher . . . basketball . . . plays guitar . . . swims and sails soft voice and easy manner . . . "Pat" DAVID FRISBIE You never know what is coming next . . . well-known by the student body ... slightly insane . .. talks in circles . . . Cross Country .. . sailing ...surfing ...has held numerous jobs water and snow skier loves hunting and skeet shooting . . . mischief personified . , . "Dave" Page 52 PATRICIA FOR KER One of the prettiest smiles in G.C. brains, brains, brains . . . National Honor Society . . . National Merit Letter of Commendation . . . Spanish Club Folk Song Club math tutor . .. F.T.A. .. Junior Guard Alternate .. . Social Committee ... homeroom officer . . . plays badminton and tennis . . . enjoys water skiing and boating during summer ...likes to sew . . . aspires to be a French enterpreter flies a Cessna airplane... admired by all... Hpatu DOUGLAS FREEMAN Member of "Strictly Blues" . . . a gift in 10th from Missouri . . . mid-western accent . . . Echo contributor . . . three years of Varsity Track . . . intramural basketball Fire Patrol .. . Library Staff . . . likes music ... Bronk hat ...gets around ..."Doug" . . . "Funky" ELIZABETH FOX Contributes much to musical activities . . . Concert Choir, Folkaires, Mixed Chorus . . . interested in Nursing ... F.N.A. ... Candy Striper ... Initiated Masquers ... Activities Committee ... Young Americans for Freedom enjoys water sports small but energetic. . . "Betsy" KATHERINE FREEMAN President of the Folkaires .. . Mast Art Editor Concert Choir Mixed Chorus Folksong Club vacationed in Varmont Initiated Masquers members . . . art and voice lessons . .. creative and compentent musician enjoys playing the guitar and piano ... independent personality . . . "Kathy" sz Mwmstsexwg ., ., L i.-f ,i M5sm,.W 1, .4-iw: ,,:f,,eft:emQf JAMES FOEHR Friendly but quiet Latin Club Biology Club wrestling and laCrosse .. enjoys boating and cars works at Hardware Store interested in guns . . . remembers summers in Connecticut another good-looking link of the family chain . . . "Jim" f , . DALE F ROST Beautiful blonde hair . . .quiet . . . Majorettes' head twirler . . . likes sports ... badminton, volleyball, basketball, gymnastics, bowling ... French Club . . . Folksong Club Modern Dance Club Greek Club Exercise Club . . . spent last summer at Camp as a C.I.T. . .. special hobbies are swimming, twirling, dancing, and tennis . . . the greatest with a baton . . . JOANNE GALTERIO Lovely long brown hair . . . always ready to laugh . . . President of Phi Tau Rho Sorority . .. F.N.A .... F.T.A. . . . Social Committee . .. one of the student store's top sales personnel . . . enjoys snow skiing . . . a talented seamstress . . . plans to teach Home Economics on the high school level known and liked by all . . . "Jo" ROSALIE GENNA Bubbling all over . . . a business girl friendly and loved by all around her ... Confraternity ... summer vacations at Niagara Falls loves ice and roller skating, swimming, and horseback riding ... one tiny bundle of energy . . . "Roe" JOHN GARVEY Vice President of Concert Choir . . . Student Council delegate . . . Varsity Tennis captain perenially late to homeroom ... l.B.L. ... I.V.H. ... All-Country Chorus ... St. Anne's choir. . . C.Y.O. . . . Festivalaires . . . uproarious laugh . .. stock boy at Gristedes . . . homeroom officer . . . spends summer as a caddy . . . accomplished tennis player. . . "John" SUSAN GATTO An active member of the Senior Class ... Prom Decorations Chairman . . . IVIast Write-ups Art Committee . . . has artistic talent . . .Social Committee Senior Bridge . . . Activities Committee . . . Leaders Club . . . Gymnastic Team . . . guidance officer worker French Club Humanities Club ... a wardrobe all her own . . . boundless enthusiasm ... always gay . . . "Sue" CARO LYN GATTO Long, long hair . . . always ready to listen . . . Student Council delegate . . . Asst. Senior Social Chairman . . . Student Council Social Committee . . . French Club . . . Initiated IVlasquers . . . Prom Committee Chairman . . . Activity Committee ... Humanities Club Concert Choir lVIath tutor Intramurals . . Wow, those summers at Roscoe! . . . adores green eyes, chantilly, clothes, and art . . . half of a "Dynamic Duo" . . . always a great friend THONIAS GAVIN Quiet . . . dedicated manager of Indoor and Outdoor Track . . . Varsity Football . . . Library Staff . . . Chem Club. . .Social Committee . . . enjoys bowling . . . has traveled all over the country . . . avid stamp collector . .. swims all year round . . . "Ball" JANICE GARRISON Always a smile . . . Initiated Nlasquer . . . costume chairman . .. Assembly Committee . . . Chairman of Handbook Committee. . .Cathedral Choir likes traveling and Candy Striping .. . quiet until you know her . . . tiniest waist around . . . "Jan" ....w 5 JAMES GETCHELL Future pilot . . .hard worker at Lord and Taylor. . . S.C.B. . . . proficient at high jump and triple jumping . . . Indoor and Spring Track ... enjoys camping and travelling . . . research grant for Earth Science Project . . . easy to know, easy to like ... "Gretch" . . . "Jim" Poge 53 PAMELA J. GIOBERT Distinctive style Activity Committee ... Future Teachers of America , . . hates to wake up in the mornings... S.A.lVl. ... adores the sun . .. favorites are the "Doors" and "Cream" a poetess plans to go into Business Education ... a wild side ... llpamff BRUCE GLASER A music fan ... guitar ... piano ... likes to write music . . . draws . . . Photography Club . . , lVlasquers Stage Craft ... C.Y.O. ... likes bowling held summer job member of a rock and roll group ... plays baseball ...a true individual known for his clothes . .. "lt's too hot to think!" Page 54 ELLEN GEWERT Cute face and bubbly personality . . . S.C.B. .. . National Honor Society . . . French Club... Folksong Club . . . Social Committee . . . lVIast Write-ups . . . enjoys taking road tests ... C.Y.O. ... intramurals . . . G.A.A. Class Night ...skiing enthusiast . . . spends summers at the beach . . . "Chipmunk" CAROL ANN GIBSON Spent her summer days working . . . always makes her presence felt . . . working schedule as salesgirl at a drug store future plans include attending secretarial school . . . enjoys weekends to the fullest . . . "Carol" 'S ,K MER K .. 3' VICTOR GOEPFERT lnclined to remain quiet Chem Club J.V. Football ... Junior Year Varsity Football .. . riflery . . . enjoys traveling through U.S. I. .. Eagle Scout member of N.R.A. likes swimming, waterskiing, football, boating and sailing. . . "Vic" . . . "Two Gun" NANCY GOETZ Billions of freckles Soph. Exec. Board F.T.A. Spanish Club ... badminton and bowling extramurals . . . volleyball and basketball intramurals . . . Junior Prom Committee . . . St. Joseph's C.Y.O., Confraternity, Sodality . . .gymnastics . . . Phi Tau Pho Sorority loves the beach, work, driving, and sleep .. . hobbies include guitar, records, dancing, and piano . . . bubbly personality . . . "Nance" CAROL GIORDANO Desires to be an elementary school teacher . . . Future Teachers of America ... Humanities Club C.Y.O. Board member . . . enjoys travelling and camping . . . loves the outdoors . . . likes to sew ...a well rounded girl... a sincere friend GARY GODFREY Wood Shop Club lover of music and swimming ... homeroom officer and active participant . . . swift with cars Italian Ice salesman tall, dark and attractive . . . can easily assume any shade of red ...a good natured guy. KATHY GORMAN A striking figure . . . full of life keen interest in cars and car racing . .. travels to Cape Cod and Maine .. . long, long, hair . . . a certain someone . . . a flair for modeling ... "Kathy" CATHERINE GRESPIN Fond memories of her upper classman . .. often seen skipping down the hall a Candy Striper . .. Mrs. NiedbaIski's little helper C.Y.O. Greek Club Lost and Found . . . F.N.A. . .. Folk Song Club Social Committee ... Senior Executive Board Regina Assemblies loves picnics . . . wild times at the beach . . . "Cathy" ii-2 g f ti 5225215-1 M , ..., , ,jp1.rff55f4-3 ... gf, EDWARD GOODWI LLI E Always something to say blonde hair S.C.B. Folksong Club . . . Varsity Soccer and Lacrosse ... President of Cathedral Vestry Y.P.F. Sing Out Long Island . . . enjoys water skiing and surfing woodworking . . . fixes electronic equipment ...values his own opinion . .. llEdlI JONATHAN GOODWIN Tall and lanky S.C.B. Chef's Club German Club . . . active in football and lacrosse . . . President of Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity . . . enjoys camping, skiing and surfing . . . laughs at anything . . . "Barney" . . . "Jon" ..- te,,,.,,,,g .,,g . ,sg GAIL GRIFHORST Softspoken President of Masquers . . . Botany Club .. . Sub-Chairman of Activity Committee ... S.C.B. ... Magazine Drive Homeroom Captain Mast Staff F.N.A. member of the Band in 'sophomore year Junior Honor Guard Volunteer Nurses' aide. . .Girl Scouts . . . camp counselor in training enjoys horseback riding, skiing, swimming, and sewing . . . efficient and industrious PETER GRILLI All around boy ...S.C.B. ... Feature's Editor of Echo lnkspots member of "lt's Academic" team V.P. of S.A.M. ... Foreign Policy Forum . . . Budget Committee . . . enjoys political work in Teen-age Republicans . . . G.C. News High School Correspondent . . . hobbies include reading, politics and stereo tape recording ... known by everybody . . . can't help it ELAINE GREEN New to G.C. this year from Cherry Hill . . . short, cute and blonde . . . Student Council Social Committee ... Humanities Club a sewer ...likes to dance. . .quiet and easy to like. . . "Sue" STEPHEN GRIFFIS Quiet until you know him .. has his crazier moments S.C.B. ... Cross Country usher at movie theatre . . . summer vacations at Miami . . . sincere tends to his own business ... nice to know . . . "Steve" Page 55 KATHLEEN GRUNVVALD A helpful guidance aide Red Cross representative Concert Choir F.T.A. ... grade Social Committee a Candy Striper enjoys volleyball, basketball and tennis ... has a summer home in the Hampton's football enthusiast Old Bohemian Club likes playing the guitar and riding horses exceptional imagination makes Chaminade her second home. . . "Kathy" SALLY ANNE HAMLIN Lively and likeable bright and ready smile ...friendly to all Soph. Class Social Chairman . . . Leader's Club . . . active in hockey, basketball, volleyball gymnastics demonstration G.A.A. ... looks on the sunny side S.C.B. Concert Choir active in Y.P.F. respected asset to the school a "Mustang Sally" "Sal" Page 56 FRANCIS GUERRA Has held many homeroom offices enjoys trips to N.Y.C. earns money by cutting grass . . . would like to be a businessman or a broadcast engineer "Frank" JOHN HABERKERN Vice President of Student Council Treasurer of Student Council in Junior year . . . good things come in small packages . . . received National Merit Letter of Commendation . .. G.C.'s Ambassador to Germany President of Mixed Chorus . .. a great friend Vice President of class in Sophomore year Folksong Club . .. Varsity Soccer and Wrestling . . .active member of German Club plays guitar in a rock n' roll band. SUSAN GUISSINGER Long, lovely blonde hair .. . nice figure with clothes to match ... Folksong Club Masquers ... Activity Committee ... twirling ... enjoys riding . . . participates in sports earned money as a mother's helper . . . a feline admirer . . . enjoys traveling and has lived all over the world ...friendly . . . liked by all... nsuen CAROLYN HAEDRICH Humanities ... Student Council Delegate . . . Latin Club ... enjoys sailing, skiing and traveling . . .sports minded . . . Candy-Striper . .. gift of gab . . . sews a wild stitch . . .a true friend . . . partial to granny glasses . . . limitless imagination . . . "Carol" CATHERINE GUBA One of G.C.'s most active .. . our Ambassadress to Italy . . . in tone with the beach .. . tall and attractive S.C.B. Student Council Secretary .. . Folk Song enthusiast . . . Honor Society . . . Elmira Key Award . . . Magazine Drive Chairman . . . Concert Choir .. . gorgeous voice Celestones . . . plays piano and guitar . . . participates in sports . . . indispensible .. . "Cathy" Wm ,a,,,a.t,f,. ,f .. f 5 ,S .+5415,sf , . . , , , f. . . .wgel fx . - Li' . V ms, ,.,-2g,q:fgi:3e.-. X ggas.-.1-.2-f.:-5-ff...fs31:-at--V, JOHN HAMPTON A quiet personality interested in photography basketball, football beach goer deadly behind the wheel . . . takes things as they come a nice guy "Drew" GEOFFREY HANFF Wide interests . . . German Club Concert Choir Chef's Club ... Folkaires . . . a member of the intramural basketball program .. . intramural wrestling plays guitar, surfs and water skis in summer . . . "Geoff," M N' L ' TODD HELMUS Vice President of F.P.F. spent Easter in Puerto Rico with church group . . . veteran S.C.B. leader of bass section in Concert Choir Honor Society in Junior Year . . . largest collection of college T-shirts in Gee Cee Circulation and Exchange Editor of Echo creative member of the subcult lnkspots spends vacations in Maine . . .Activity Editor of Mast . . . National Merit Semi-Finalist . . . "Toad" PATRICIA LEE HARRISON Vital member of G.C.H,S. . .. our G.C. ambassadoress to Finland .. . Sec. of Soph. Grade beautiful red hair Parlimentarian of Student Council J.V. and Varsity Cheerleader ... Publicity Chairman of Magazine Drive . . . Sec. of G.A.A. Junior year, V.P. of G.A.A. Senior year. . . Sec. of S.C.B. Mast Business Editor . . . extramural hockey, volleyball, basketball summer house at Nassau Point enjoys water and snowskiing, swimming, sailing hobbies include drawing and babysitting . . . sincere friend . . . gullible . . . "Pat." ROBERT HECHT Studious member of the Senior Class German Club Math tutor . . . writes for Echo Honor Society Photo Club ... hot shot on his intramural basketball team . . . quiet and interesting person to know . . . intelligence unlimited . . . "Bob" ROBIN HEALD Attractive figure with clothes to match . . . F.T.A .... enjoys sailing and skiing ... one half of a perfect couple . . . G.A.A. class night . . . intramurals .. . Prom Decoration Committee . .. Guidance Aide . . . Grade Council delegate ... experiment in Mission to Puerto Rico ... friendly ...floor Committee at Cherry Valley dances . . . summer activities at Hempstead Harbor Yacht Club . . . Mast Write-ups a strawberry blond with freckles . . . an unmatched comic . . . "Bird". DOUGLAS HEDWIG Versatile musician . . . Chess Club . . . Dance Band President All State orchestra Student Action Movement . . . Band . . . Nassau County Band known for his composing and arranging . .. All Country Orchestra . . . can be found on the tennis courts ... Community Orchestra ... unsurpassed on the trumpet . . . "Doug" VICTORIA HARBURGER Newer member of our class . . . V.P. of Freshman and Soph. class at the American Community School in Argentina . . . Student Council Representative . . . Homeroom Vice President loves golf, swimming, traveling, and bowling . . . faithful babysitter loves people nice to know . . . "Vicky" JAMES HENDERSON Ouiet personality Varsity Soccer J.V. Track Intramural Basketball League ... S.C.B. Mast .. Mathletes always behind the scenes . . . distinctive walk .. . "Jim" Poge 57 . .. ..- - NANCY HEVVITT A bundle of energy . . . always has a scheme loves any kind of sport . . . spends summers in Connecticut . . . frequently seen in a green Camaro . . . waterskis .. . basketball and hockey enthusiast Confraternity Sodality Phi Tao Rho Lost and Found wide scope of interests . . . friendly to everyone. . . "U-ee." THOMAS HICKEY Always on the move.. .Alpha Omega Theta fraternity . . . Fire Patrol Cap't of .l.V. Football, Baseball ... l.V,L. . . . enjoys beach and waterskiing ... hot man on handball courts . .. tough but nice.. ."Hick"..."Tom" Page 58 PAMELA HENDRICKSON Veteran Cheerleader Student Council Representative . . . Concert Choir . . . worked in New York City during the summer infamous giggle . . . enjoys volleyball and tennis . . . Candy Striper Volunteer for the Heart Fund . . . avid seamstress . . . great big smile "Parney" ' if? JUDY HOFFMAN Laughs a lot Girls Chorus . .. Band Prom Chairman Social Committee enjoys sailing and waterskiing vacations at Lake George and the Hamptons .. . hobbies are sewing and painting friendly and loquacious. ARTHUR HEUBNER lndividualist ... musically inclined Band junior usher at Community Church . . . travels over the U.S. by car . . . enjoys bowling . collects stamps and coins . . . has many radio-controlled models . . . "Art." r .QF HENRY HOKE Varsity Soccer Varsity Track Mast pictures often seen in the guidance office enjoys working on cars wheels a quick red Opel plays in a band spends summers working at summer camps . . . always seen at the beach nutty enjoys having a good time "Hank." JOHN HIBNER Assembly Committee Veteran Chefs' Club Vice Chairman Home-Room works at Adelphi University ... wrestling ... guitar ... beach work in the summer . . . up to date on his dress quiet. BRUCE K. HILLYER Honor Society . . . dilligent President of der Deutschen Verein . . . Physics and Botany Clubs .. . especially interested in electronics and guitar playing ... intramural wrestling ... accomplished mountain climber ... Adirondack Mountain Club. .. math tutor . . . aide at summer camp . . . intelligent person with a great variety of interests . . . sure to succeed. ROBERT HOLZMAI ER A quiet individual Track . . . Soccer . . . snow and water skiier . . . stalks his prey with a bow and arrow ...fishing . .. German Club wood shop . . . Props Committee spends summers at summer house and camp ... Confraternity . . . swell guy to know. . . "Bob" WILLIAM HOYT lndispensible member of Masquers . . . Masquers Stage Crew ... Chess Club ... outside of school enjoys Confraternity at St. Anne's . . . novel run . . . "Wild Bill" JUDITH A. HOLL A working girl . . . homeroom officer ... Red Cross representative enjoys modern dance . . . sews a wild stitch never without an answer . . . the gift of gab . . . "Judy." RUSSELL HOLMES Varsity Baseball ... J.V. Football and Baseball . . . intramural volleyball ... homeroom officer enjoys furniture making working man at Lord and Taylor's Connie Mack baseball team . . . frequent party goer lives for the weekend . . . comedian ..."Russ." PATRICK HUGHES A future architect and builder . . . Art Committee . . . Chef's Club Election Committee has a flair for art spends time working on cars . . . enjoys swimming, boating, and parties accomplished musician on the piano and organ . . . "Pat" GREGORY HUMENESKY J.V. Baseball intramural basketball: . . track . . . enjoys bowling, coin collecting, baseball and swimming . . . seen working at Bohacks, Woodmere Country Club and Cherry Valley Apts. Confraternity, Church commentator . .. quiet until you get to know him ,,Greg,, GISELE HOUSE Bright, active, sometimes reserved . . . Sec. and Treas. of Social Committee . . . Activity Committee ... Echo ... Folksong Club .. . math tutor National Merit Letter of Commendation ... C.Y.O. . .. Regina Assemblies ... Y.O. basketball badminton, volleyball . .. Candy Striper . .. jeweler's assistant enjoys sewing, reading, swimming, skiing, and talking ... learning guitar "Gisele," CAROL HUBER Whiz on the ivory keys Concert Choir Celestones . . . Festivalaires . . . Organ Club Folksong Club spends her summers at camp a sweet girl a good friend known for her musical lunch box ... distinguished member of the Girl Scout clan . . . "Carol" Page 59 PEGGY IREDELL Sweetness personified S.C.B. Spanish Club Student Council delegate homeroom officer Class Night office work water skiing enthusiast summers in Finger Lakes area interest in sewing and tennis cute and always happy beautiful wardrobe . . . "Peg" JONATHAN KAIVIRAS lVlusically minded member of the Senior Class active in National Ethical Youth Organization Chess Club ... Chemistry Club Concert Choir ... Accomplished at the drums and vibes hard worker at Hempstead General Hospital . . . "Jon" Page 60 seizes ff: ir' .: -res: 3.9.sty3sj2fE3:,5??j32t CHARLES R. JACOB Ill Diversified interests ... director and actor in lVlasquers . .. German, Folksong, and Photo Clubs ... lVlast Photographer ... Student Council President ... Gedankin der Jugend ... National Merit Semi-Finalist . . . Varsity Basketball Manager , . . plays a guitar, bass, piano and harmonica . . . spends summers decorating and painting houses . . . enjoys music and the theatre . . .great sports fan . . . Ex- Y.lVl.C.A. Camp counselor . . . remembers camping thru Canada an asset to our class . . . "Chuck" DIANE JONES Soft voice and easy manner . . . accomplished seamstress . . . Library Staff . . . summer activities include swimming, tennis, boating, and the beach German Club F.T.A. . .. loves to laugh .. . never in a hurry. WALTER JOHNSON Tall and lanky . .. German Club ... Chef's Club ... enjoys art and horses . . . drummer from way back can be seen driving his white "bomb" . . .slaved at Bonanza, Lido beach and Grand Union . . . at home on skiis . . .always listening to WNEW and WABC FlVl . . . seemingly reserved but zany at heart advocates a casual existance. . . "Walt" ERIC KAESTNER Chemistry Club veteran . . . Photography Club . . . works with his father shipping radium . . .bowling and golf. . .enjoys various summer sports . . . hobbies include photography, constructing, carpentry, recording stereo music . . . quiet. . . science. 3 ff f E2 I JOHN JACKSON S.A.lVI. Foreign Policy Forum . . . outspoken member of the class of '69 chess club ... F.P.F. .,.individulist . .. pacifist .. . War Resisters League . .. supporter of Pigasus Party stylish clothes. KAREN KANE Always on the go . . .bundle of energy . . . Social Committee . F.T.A. .. . Spanish Club . . . math tutor . . . sports minded ... intramural volleyball, badminton and basketball . . . loves waterskiing and the beach . . . aide at the Administration Building ... seen at every party . . . "Ka" DAVID KANNER German Club ... Varsity Soccer . . . Varsity Track . . . J.V. Basketball 84 Baseball intramural basketball . . . active member in C.Y.O .... works at Forest Distributor ... remembers his travels to Hawaii and the West lndies . . . swapped registrations with one of our respected teachers, "Dave" . ,L K LYNN KENNEDY Unforgettable summers in Westhamptons beautiful blue eyes ... Prom Refreshment Committee Spanish Club homeroom treasurer . . . Cornelia Cotillion ...plays golf. . .bowling team ... volleyball intramurals ... active babysitter ... extramural badminton ... church work ... dance committee excellent looks . . .sincere friend. STEPH EN KASOLD Mixed Chorus Art Editor of Gedanken Der Jugend German Club Chef's club participated in intramural basketball, bowling and spring track . . . enjoys driving the car . .. remembers summers in New Jersey works at Stouffer's "The Little Green Gherkin" . . . "Steve" LINDA KEHRT Initiated Masquers Member . . . Chantecler Art Editor . . . Concert Choir ... Mixed Chorus . . . Folksong . . . Echo Fashion Column ... participates in St. Joes' C.Y.O. . . . Martins Fashions Board . . . loves skiing never ending pursuit of the opposite sex . . . a bit of of the devil ... "Lin" KATHY KAVAZANJIAN One of G.C.'s most musical . . . Vice President Celestones Concert Choir Section Leader Lincoln Center Student Award Organ Club Girls Chorus plays piano, organ, and guitar plans to go on to music school and study voice Activity Committee ... F.T.A. ... French and Spanish Clubs Experiment in Mission to Puerto Rico political activist in Hubert Humphrey Campaign summer camp waterskiing counselor ,. . snow skiing enthusiast Mast Write-Ups very cautious driver especially crossing Clinton Ave supports all her activities consciontiously . . . "Kavazang" "K" THOMAS KELLY Chef's Club Co-Capt. Varsity Cross Country Capt. Varsity Indoor and Outdoor Track volleyball and basketball intramurals C.Y.O. basketball J.V. Track and Cross Country at Chaminade . . . spent Freshman and Sophomore year at Chaminade High School would like to buy a car E CHRISTINE KAREJWA Always seen with a certain someone ... Activity Committee Senior Bridge helper . . . Confraternity . . , Maria Regina Assemblies ... enjoys bowling and gymnastics Office Aide Library Staff . . . remembers her trip to the Bahamas always has something to say "Chris" GPF NJ ROBERT KERLER G.C.'s sports expert avid sports fan . . . loves Minnesota Twins .. . summers in Yankee Stadium bleachers collects sports magazines and autographs . . . "Hit and Run" . . . three years Varsity Tennis . . . Echo Sports Director . . . WGGCH l.B.L. I.V.L. ping pong whiz Chess Club .. . "What is this ruse?" .. . "Bob". Page 67 GAIL KIENINGER A silly side Junior homeroom delegate Activities Committee Library Staff . . . Senior Bridge . . . Regina Assembly Sophomore delegate to grade executive board a true friend ... C.Y.O. ... gymnastics . . . Sodality . . . Class Night Confraternity spends summers in New Hampshire . . . proficient sewer . . . never without a smile. JANE KLEINHENZ One of the newer additions to the Class of '69 has held various homeroom offices enjoys volleyball summer spent in Vermont a skier . . .Twiggy-like figure . . .quiet ...niceto know... Poge 62 CYNTHIA KERR A dry sense of humor ... Initiated Nlasquers ... searched for the Yellow Bellied Sapsucker . . . "Ransom of Red Chief" . . . dedicated Sunday school assistant . . . math tutor . . . enthusiastic camp counselor in Nlaine . . .familiar face in room 100 ... Celestones, Concert Choir, and Nlixed Chorus Experiment in lVlission to Puerto Rico Spanish Club annual Red Cross representative ... "Tracy" JULIANA KOENIG ... Beautiful voice Celestones . . . Reserve Fund Committee . . . Folk Song Club German Club S.A.lVl. . . . homeroom officer . . . lVlast Write Ups . . . member Waldorf Choral Society . . . Nassau County Welfare Dept. Volunteer . . . active tutor for Hempstead Community Center . .. Experiment in Mission . . . main hobbies are social work and music of all kinds . .. aware and active . . . "Julie" GEORGE KERWIN An individualist . . . member of S.A.lVl. Chess Club helpful hand at Bon-Bon shop .. . . D.E.A.N.S. spent summer working in Vermont . . . enjoys having a good time plans to go to college "Gorgeous George". CHRISTOPHER J. KOPF An inquering . . . lVlath Seminar German Club Organ Club Industrial Arts Club . . . enjoys bowling .. . tennis . . . swimming and water skiing . . . plays organ as in a rock band . . .spent summer as a lab technician at N.Y.U .... Nehru fan . . . "Chris" LINDA KLEILA Sorority . . . long beautiful hair . . . enjoys swimming water-skiing . . . skindiving . . . scuba diving . . .a working girl. NANCY KLOTZ A perfect figure . . . terrific dancer . . . initiated member of Nlasquers . . . Spanish Club .. . Concert Choir . . . Election Committee . . . loves summers at the beach and swimming . . . talented with the needle and thread .. . plays the piano . . . a problem solver admired by all who know her ... "Nance" JEFFREY KROESSLER A flair for the theater member of Masquers Concert Choir German Festival holder of a National Merit Letter of Commendation attends church seminal group enjoys swimming and sailing ... W.C. Field fan . . . "Jeff." BARBARA LAING Folksong Club . .. Humanities Club F.N.A. French Club . . . interested member of Humanities program . .. outside of school involved in Candy Striping Assistant Sunday School teacher .. . works at G.C. Public library ... Community Church Seminar .. . Experiment in Mission to Puerto Rico .. . during summer was a mother's helper . . .counselor in training at a summer camp . . . special hobbies are playing guitar and nursing. "Barb" MARY KOVALCIK Spent the summer hitch-hiking through Europe, returned with a distinctive hairdo ... valuable member of Folksong Club hobbies are singing and playing her guitar and harpsichord . . . a' working girl . . . given to contemplation. GREGORY KRAMER Man who speaks his mind .. . crack shot on the rifle range seen running about town with Mr. Bruni's cross country team camp counselor during summer months enjoys snow skiing in the winter very quick witted ..."Greg." ,ilulmei 7 - -tszrsssfssftig 'ilcfyr 'isis rs? l 2 haw 1 , 111255 AUDREY LA MANTIA Guidance aide homeroom delegate Phi Tau Rho Sorority . . . Confraternity . . . keen interest in sports faithful beach goer . . . always making the discotheque scene ... summers in Hamptons . .. looks forward to being a secretary and having her own apartment . . . "Dynamite" . . . 11Audin .gsm-f f Mlsffx- w, a K! .lx i MELINDA KUHN Senior Social Chairman . . . Student Council Social Committee Concert Choir . .. Celestones .. . Junior year Treasurer of G.A.A. ... Captain in Varsity Cheering . . . hockey and volleyball extramurals ... basketball intramurals .. . S.C.B. . .. always busy full of spirit ..."Mindy." JEFFRY LALLAS Concert Choir Math Club, Folksong club, Assembly Club . .. enjoys tennis performed for Red Cross excellent guitarist learned how to play golf . . . "Jeff" Page 63 00, 1100111 0111151 M011 f0 110 20117 C77l6f De11M, WZ0 2111151 50 L191!! 0f OF Dfllfh 1i111M M00, T001 116011 .S'hOllfLZ, ffl? bCffb7'C9 M011 0115! gm 2011 0f0f Longfellow 3111 Mrmnriam JOHN LAIVIIA PQ MARY ANN LAUDATI Spent summer assisting Head Start Program . . . Botany and Biology Clubs ... Magazine Drive Homeroom Captain Homeroom Chairman ... French Club . . . C.Y.O. Board strong interest in sewing ...a kind word for all. MICHAEL LENIHAN Enjoys sports, especially skiing . . . Assembly Committee . . . seen working at G.C. Hotel . .. Chef's Club . . . Mast Write Ups . . . Election Committee . . . active member of Masquers . . . alternate delegate to Senior Executive Board . . . C.Y.O. . . . Confraternity . . . friendly . . . seen on the stage in "Mama" and "Oklahoma" . .. nice to know. . . "Mike" Poge 66 RUSSELL LAZIO Active participant in all he undertakes fearless leader of his homeroom .. . avid weightlifter with the build to show it . . . enjoys swimming, boxing, and skiing C.Y.O. ... liked by all who know him . . "Russ" GRACE LEMBO Intrests center around art and music participated in "Summer in the City" project to aid Harlem S.A.M. Greek Club spent her free time attending concerts unique style of dressing quiet, but individual . . . curly black hair Never Wastes words . . . "Gracie" RICHARD LEHMANN Enjoys his weekends . . .works in bookroom . . . homeroom offices . . . member of Strictly Blues plays washtub bass . . . on barney's volleyball team . . . trip to England ... "Lehman's Lions" enjoys the beach . . . skiing and rafting on Lunas Danzi .. . Fire Patrol . . . "Rich" CAROLE LEE LEMROW You name it, she's in it Masquers V.P. '68 . . . veteran S.C.B. .. . Social Committee Chairman 67468 . . . Office Duty . . . spent last summer at National College of Education . .. Cornelia Cotillion Cathedral Girl's Choir... loves the beach and spends as much time there as possible . . . F.T.A. . . . respected and well-liked s ,, 1 viiliiei. ALTH EA LAWTON A most attractive member o' our class Student Counci Delegate Junior Honor Guard Social Committes . .. Concert Choir . .. Mixec Chorus . .. Folksong Club .. Heart Fund Volunteer .. surfer travlin' like: cards, writing poetry, anc J.P.A. true aesthetic boundless wardrobe . "RaIph". I I i ELIZABETH LEWIS A Concert Choir member .. Initiated Masquers . . . German Club . . . quite a seamstress . . Experiment in Mission t Puerto Rico . Candy Stripg . . . spent last summer as . teacher's aide in art and il taking a compute programming course . . . swe . . . Community Church Jr. -Si Seminar . . . Folksong Club .. sugar and spice . . . "Betty" ROBERT LEWIS lVlasquers Concert Choir . . . Activity Committee . . . persistant ... Election Committee . . . Heart Fund... church work intramural basketball 81 lacrosse . . . travels to Europe, New England 81 Canada enjoys skiing and swimming ... "Load" . . . "Bob" NIARK LYNCH Chef's Club soccer in Sophomore Year enjoys hunting camping . .. and bumbing around drives a red hot 305 Honda Super Hawk Cycle drove Lane's grocery truck . . . together with R.L. they terrorized Nassau . . . professional Bennys collector aspires to build his own motorcycle a really great kid. JOAN LOTITO Loads of freckles diligent worker . . . delegate to Junior Grade Council .. . adores waterskiing, boating and swimming. . .Spanish Club... Social Committee ... extramural badminton and volleyball . . . contagiously happy . . . "Joanie" PETER LOUREKAS Concert Choir . . . Echo Art Editor ... Folksong, Humanities Club . . . Assembly Committee . . . Varsity Soccer, Track . . . Red Cross and Paves volunteer witty cartoonist . . . excellent guitarist . . . offbeat sense of humor "Pete" ROBERT LOTITO Enjoys horseback riding . . . swimming and his flying machine . .. lVlasquers .. . experienced homeroom chairman .. . hard worker ... decisive personality . . . "Bob" lVlELANlE LUDWIG A credit to our class. . . Honor Society in Junior Year . . . S.C.B. Spanish Club extramural hockey, volleyball, basketball . . . G.A.A. Delegate . . . church activities secretary E.N.Z .... Evangelian Committee . . . church choir ... Walter League volunteer helper at Vacation Bible School ... Sunday school teacher . . . "lVleI" 00" HELEN LORD Active member of Senior Class . . . sports enthusiast Activities Committee Chairman . . , Celestones . . . Leaders Club Mixed Chorus Initiated lVlasquers . . . Man Lai King Committee . . . lVlast Staff ... Folksong Club ... enjoys playing piano and guitar member of church choir Varsity Hockey Team . . . intramural basketball and volleyball ., . J,V. softball team senior hockey team KATHLEEN lVIcAULEY Makes her presence felt Future Nurses of America . . . Greek Club . .. interests in basketball, volleyball, modern dance and badminton . . . sees future as an airline stewardess Phi Tau Rho Sorority Latin Club .. . gives her time teaching handicapped children . . . "Kathy" Page 67 JAMES IVICCARTHY Looks forward to weekend . . . likes quick trips to new places works long hours driving for Kornfields Pharmacy . . . enjoys photography and art . . . a true fun loving kid . . . "Jim" PETER lVlcEWEN lndispensible member of Masquers . . . on stage crew as well as a good actor . . . we'll never forget him as the muscle man in "The Sandbox" J.V. Fliflery Contributes a lot to the Humanities discussion with his individualistic thinking "Pete" Page 68 NIAHITA lVlcCABE Enthusiastic member of Senior Class ... Future Nurses of America . . . Folksong Club... homeroom chairman Confraternity Full of fun ... Social Chairman of Cootchie Club ... G.A.A. delegate . . . Doughnut and hamburger fan . . . nurses aide at Nassau Hospital extramurals in basketball volleyball, badminton and tennis veteran baby sitter enjoys tennis and golf .. . very out going, plays the guitar . . . Athletic Chairman of C.Y.O. . . "Dee Dee" ANDREW IVICCAFFREY Has his moments . . . Chef's Club . .. Boys Biology Club . . . Varsity Football, Track, Indoor Track l.B.L. one of lVlr. K's favorites . . . Alpha Omega Theta fraternity . . . favorite vacation spot is lVloriches . . . makes a hobby of breaking bones ... likes "surfing" and weight lifting. . . likes sleeping 'out . . . wields a hot pair of scissors . . .always a lot of laughs "Hate" ,,Andy,, PAUL NICGUIRE New to G.C. this year .. member of Chess Club .. active in church group unbelievably brilliant mind ... National Merit Semi-Finalist . . . Chef's Club . . . substitute for "lt's Academic" likes science fiction math seminar .. . Jolly Green Giant intrigued by incense and Far East religions nice to know and can carry on a great conversation, IVIARGAR ET IVICHUGH lVlod dresser . , . likes bowling, swimming, and drag racing ... goes to Fire Island ... employed by the phone company . . . plans to be secretary . . . "Peggy" KAREN IVICCARTHY Smiling lrish math tutor loyal member of Concert Choir and Folkaires Activity and Publicity Committee .. . C.Y.O. ... lVlagazine Drive Accountant . . . sun worshipper and summer time tennis bum Nlan Lai King Committee ... magnificent freckles! PRISCI LLA lVlcEWEN Actress at heart Initiated Nlasquers ... musically inclined .. . Concert Choir . .. Girl's Chorus . . . Activity Committee . . . math tutor . . . horseback riding enthusiast . . . Exercise Club . . . ass't. church school teacher . . . an active interest in her friends . . . "Pris" CAROLYN McNAMlE G.C.'s gift from Levittown . . . Co-chairman of Poor PeopIe's Campaign . . . Sociology, Spanish, Drama, Art Clubs . . . National Honor Society . . . exchange student to Peru summer '68 attended Art Student's League in N.Y.C .... a volunteer in Day Care Center of Economic Opportunity Center . . . hobbies include art, reading JOHN MCPIKE Small in stature only . . . Chef's Club ... l.B.L. ...intramural volleyball . . . Confraternity of Christian Doctrine . . . takes life as it comes . . . has trouble making it through 8th period RUTH MCLAREN Humorous personality ... works at Grand Union .. . enjoys swimming and water skiing agile gymnast interests other than school . . . distinctive blond streak . . "Ruthie" JOHN MACFAR LANE S.C.B .... Magazine Drive Sales Man ... has held many home-offices . . . sports minded J.V. and Varsity Football and Lacrosse . .. President of Youth Fellowship ... Explorers Club . . . likes to travel works at odd jobs . . . weight-lifter . . . likes casts . . . "Monkey Arms" MOI RA MCNALLY That beautiful hair! ... Folksong Club. . . French Club . .. Confraternity .. Exercise Club Enjoys going to the beach . . . her favorite hobbies include guitar playing, dancing and drawing ...always smiling ... prone to talking ... imaginative name . . . Moira JAMES MADIGAN Friendly Student Council ... Grade Council ... Senior Male Cheer Leader Soccer in Sophomore Year ... volleyball bass player .. . "St. Elmo's Fire". . .surfs and sails in Rhode lsland . . .works on cars at Curiomotive Limited ... Outgoing ... Miss Henretig's List . . . "Gush" nJayn Q?-4' ELIZABETH MCPAR LAND Aspires to be a nurse .. . F.N.A. Volunteer Nurses Aid . . . Can be seen working at the G.C. Library Spanish Club Latin Club Folksong Club ... C.Y.O. ... Sodality bowling and basketball gift of gab .. . ul-izn DIANE MACARR Tall and poised good seamstress .. Guidance Aid . .. quite an athlete .. . badminton, volleyball, and basketball in love with water skiing . . . plays the piano quick with a smile. ,,D,, Page 69 MARGARET MAGGS Posesses a unique laugh . . . Girl's Chorus ... loves photography ... hobbies include horse back riding, tennis and swimming . . . plans to travel . . . capable baby sitter . . . "Peggy" MARGARET MAN LEY President of Folksong Club . . . Concert Choir ... Social Committee . . . plays guitar. . . ready to lend a helping hand . . . counselor at Thomas School of Horsemanship . . . makes most of her clothes . . . sweet . . . "Peggy" Page 70 'Q .. -'i Uiiiil, 1 I .- , "Ei-A fl. fi ff 1. Spai:miffti.i1t1.e1, - -:f,.'a-3-qs W - ww iwztas JOSEPH MAHON EY Likes to travel . . . boating, swimming and waterskiing Cross Country . .. music .. . plays piano . . . Concert Choir ... reading ... mild but takes life as it comes ,.. multitalented . . . "Joe" JOHN MALFETANO Sports minded . . . Varsity and J.V. Basketball . . . Connie Mack Baseball ... Our Sophomore Class President . . . worked at Forest Distributers Warehouse ... quiet but friendlv ... nice to know ... wild at times . . . a good friend . . . wheels a silver GTO without a stereo tape or hubcaps. DOROTHY MAKSIM Unbelievable summer activities include a safari in Africa and a trip around the world an enthusiastic and valuable member of Concert Choir, Girl's Chorus and Mixed Chorus great interest for nursing . . . Candy Striper .. . F.T.A .... an organ player . . . uD0trl STEVEN MAMER Fire Patrol . . . loves to sail and is a great snow skier . . . excellent photographer . . . working man . . . night owl . . . lives for weekends stones can't be beat . . . "Steve" PATRICIA MAHER Talks, talks, talks . . . Latin Club ... Red Cross ... Guidance Aide . . . Humanities Club . . . Confraternity . . . recalls her travels to Canada and Washington D.C. ... informed and aware . . . known for her carefree moments .. . enjoys pleasant chatter and rolicking laughter. . . "Pat" :sr ,: J f gtgit , L , , ju lei iflki iz. 1 If ' . Q' K q , .21 ,lift "'ff'52.:?a!5-.':5." 1, 1 :Y fs-z'1"1'?lS5E1Q5liiMi . ' aff: esxistzzsgiiifeist 1 s e. ,:r.:'fl1'fiafSiw5f' P MARGARET MANSFI ELD Long brown hair and cute face sews, sews, sews Folksong club . . . football fan Sodality works at Martin Trencher's l. .. looks forward to being an airline stewardess Confraternity flair for gymnastics sudden explosions of laughter . . . beautiful clothes Cootchie Club cool in her culottes . . . "Peggy" TIMOTHY MARRIN Homeroom officer . . . Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity . . . Varsity Football, Lacrosse, Wrestling ... Kind of shy ... G.C.'s most famous pecan pie filler . .. Homeroom Magazine Drive Chairman . . . works as a deli clerk . . . originator of "awk" . . . "Ox" . . . "Tim". JEANNE MITCHELL One of G.C.'s busiest our ambassadress to Holland . . . Magazine Drive Prize Chairman . . . Varsity Cheerleader . . . S.C.B. . . . Mast Write-Ups . Student Faculty Relation Board G.A.A. Social Chairman . . sports include hockey, volleyball and basketball the greatest in gymnastics ... won the Courtesty Award . . . always on the go . . . always ready with a smile. . .college bound. MELISSA MATHER One of our illustrious Mast Co-Editors . . .veteran SCB . . . Honor Society Junior Year . . . Concert Choir accompanist . . . Latin Club Junior Honor Guard . . . Student Faculty Relations Board . . . extremely organized . . . works at the Garden City Book Shop . . . attractive and conscientious dresser . . . National Merit Letter of Commendation . . . incredible ability to get things done Classical Club intramural basketball ... enjoys sewing and wall-papering . . . volunteer for the March of Dimes and Heart Fund ... one of most respected members of the Class of '69. PAUL MICHAE LS National Merit Letter . . . Steering Committee ... lnkspots Business Mgr . . . Ouill and Scroll . . . S.C .... Reserve Fund Committee . . . math tutor . . . Varsity Soccer, Baseball ... l.B.L. ... enjoys liquid refreshment has a passion for soda pop . . . Nassau Hospital Volunteer . . . - 11 Mig DARLEEN MELIS Man-Lai King Committee S.C.B. Concert Choir Activity Committee ... homeroom officer . . . enviable figure .. . speaks her mind ... horseback rider interested in all people ... a worthy friend . . . spends many summers at Nassau Point . . . CHARLES MILLER Quiet and reserved . . . a baseball enthusiast . . . Connie Mack Baseball ... C.Y.O. basketball ... Recreation Basketball League Varsity Cross Country Latin Club . . . C.Y.O .... enjoys going to pop concerts at Central Park . ., plays guitar. . .summers in the Hamptons . . . "Hawk" ' f-:msg AurY"'x 'Illini Q Shias. THERESA MARTIN Lost and Found Girl's Chorus . .. Folksong Club .. . F.T.A. ... teaches handicapped children C.Y.O. Enjoys writing, sewing, photography and listening to folk music spent summer at Lake Champlain . .. likes swimming and water .skiing quiet personality until you get to know her . . . "Terry" ig? Y NANCY MOIR Dedicated volunteer at Republican Headquarters Masquers . . . Folksong Club Adelphi Computer Course .. . traveled to Californja and homeroom Vermont . . . secretary . . . Youth Fellowship loves tennis and touch football plays the guitar and banjo quiet "Nancy" Page 7l , L32 I . WE. Q-liiflv, ' 5flf3?4ffbEfl: , fiffiliisi ' 7 wvtfllilltisix ' 7 " JOHN MORRISSEY German Club Latin Club . . . Masquers . . . Intramural Basketball . . . J.V. Riflery .. . party goer skiing golf enjoys car racing worked as delivery boy at Kornfield's pharmacy wheels a wild Mustang. JAMES NEISWINTER Words are few and far between ... Chess Club . .. Rifle Team . . . reserved personality . . . works as messenger in New York City . . . likes to read . . . ushers in church . . . agreeable with all . . . 'fJim" Page 72 DENISE MONELL Musically inclined .. . Concert Choir ... Celestones Folkaires . . .Mixed Chorus.. . Co-captain of Color Guard . . . Masquers . . . church choir . . . Candy-Striper ... devotes much time to church activities . . . Evangelism Committee . . . Sunday school teacher . . . summer Bible school teacher member of F.T.A. homeroom officer Walter League Christian Growth Chairman . .. Heart Fund Volunteer . . . sincerely interested in the well being of others . . . hobbies include teaching, golf, and music. JAYNE NIEMAN Active participant in 11th and 12th grade executive boards . . . long, brown hair. . .works on Art Committee and in the Student Store . . . Photo Club ...longs to be 5' 1" ...cute face with a bright smile. LOUISE MOORE Co-Capt. of Varsity Cheerleaders ... Activity Committee . . . often seen with her camera . . . Mast Photo Staff the most expressive eyes . . . Greek Club ... Student Council Delegate S.C.B. . . . Volunteer Nurses Aide . . . Gymnastics . . . J.V. Cheerleader . . . horseback riding . . . likes to ski and travel . .. lively ... one of G.C.'s cutest . . . "Weege" JOYCE NIMMICH Sugar and spice . . . Election Committee Future Nurses of America's Treasurer . . . Candy Striper . . . Masquers . . . French Club . . . Girl's Biology Club . . . St. Anne's Sodality . . . hobbies include sewing and cooking. DONALD MULLER Quiet ... Band Photography Club . . . Chess Club Y.P.F. Acolyte Explorer Post J.V. Football and Lacrosse . . . bowling . . . swings a mean pizza . .. enjoys photography, camping plays bass drum and bassoon . . . congenial type fellow . . . "Mui" JAMES NESSELHAU F Loves people . . . Folksong Club ... Chef's Club ... wrestling remembers wild nights in Mexico traveled throughout Europe enjoys guitar, scuba diving, skiing, short wave radio . . . plays trumpet .. . man with a quick wit.. . "Jim" . . . "Hermit" PATRICIA O'BRlEN Blonde and full of smiles .. Phi Tau Rho sister ... Confraternity . . . C.Y.O. . . . Cultural Chairman and Federation Delegate intramural sports . . . Candy Striper Regina Assemblies . . . lVlartin's Fashion Board . . . employees at Lord 81 Taylor's . . , Nlasquers . . . Activity Committee ... Humanities Club Election Committee . .. Spanish Club ... homeroom officer ... Guidance Aide babysitter . . . Active member of Cootchie Club . . . enjoys every Cootchie . . . "Patti" ANNE-TERESE OLIVER A humanitarian in every sense of the word . . . teaches handicapped children ... F.N.A. treasurer . . . math tutor . . . camp counselor .. . Girl Scout Activity Office Aid ... Activity Sub-Committee Chairman French Club Treasurer . . . homeroom officer . . .Sodality ... C.Y.O .... C.C.D. ...coin collecting and sewing . . . a kind word for everyone. JANE NOTHDURFT Folksong Club Spanish Club German Club Concert Choir . . . lVladrigalists on the quiet side Methodist Youth Fellowship . . . enjoys volleyball and basketball likes to travel spends time babysitting, sewing, and playing the guitar. , gg ...ff JUDITH OAKLEY French Club Gimbel's Fashion Board teachs handicapped children at St. Joseph's . . . fashionable dresser ... intramural badminton . . . spent the past summer working as a mother's helper and waitress avid sewer summers at Shelter Island swimming and sailing ... attractive ... uvjudyn NANCY OOSTEROIVI An indispensible member of the Senior Class lnkspots Chairman of the lVIan Lai King Committee . . . Co-Chairman of Student Orientation Committee ... S.A.Nl. ... S.C.B .... Student Council . . . Echo ... Spanish Club ... lVlast Accountant and Write-ups . . . Festivalailres . . . Concert Choir . . . Secretary of Church Youth Fellowship Church Choir . . .tennis . . . Intramural basketball . . . Ambassadress to Scotland . . . enjoys drama and playing the guitar . . . her record proves a truly out-going person . . . great sense of humor. . . "Nancie" STEVEN O'ROURKE G .C. Surfer ... loves waterskiing . . . Varsity Football, Baseball ... intramural basketball shows his flair for the culinary arts in Chef's Club . . . Art Club . . . Ocean Beach Surf Club. . . Humanities. . .alittle man . . . "Steve" ELIZABETH ODENTHAL Sparkling blue eyes ... Guidance Aid lVlast Activity Office Aid . . . Candy Striper . .. loves bubble gum, brownies, and G.T.O.'s . . . teaches handicapped children . . . homeroom secretary . . . excels in basketball and badminton . . . as sweet as they come ... thoughtful and sincere . . . "Betsy" FRANCIS OLSEN Tall Varsity Lacrosse .. intramural basketball .. S.A.M. German Club .. C.Y.O. likes waterskiing, sports, and "the Cream" weekends in the Poconos .. "Frank" Page 73 IVIARY O'TOOLE Soft-spoken a lot of the Irish . .. Latln Club. . . Future Teachers of America ... Spanish Club .. . Humanities Club . . . an Ohrbach's working girl adores travelling Unique driver a care-free manner. . . "lVIary" , 1, g:,smlra-,594 I -"1 "Q2f.fffWLfa , ,,,. M ,,,., . I . LYNN PATTERSON Warm and friendly . . .a pretty face and shining black hair . .. Bridge Club . .. Nlasquers ... Concert Choir ... Social Committee . . . Prom Favors Committee . . . Greek Club... Leaders Club ... G.A.A. Delegate . . . Red Cross Representative Alpha Phi Alpha Sorority . . . sports minded . . . Varsity Hockey and Volleyball ... plays basketball, softball and tennis . . . frequent Whopper's . . . G.N.O. skis and attempts surfing . . . a devilish streak . . . ,,Lynn,, PETER OWEN Varied interests . . . a member of IVlasquers Stagecraft . . . Chef's Club . . . athletically minded . . . a member of C.Y,O. Basketball intramural basketball ... intramural volleyball . . . a member of the tennis team . . . enjoys ice hockey in the winter quiet and modest Hpetell MARILYN PAINTER Pert and petite . . . Band member ... Humanities ... Folksong Club . . . enjoys summer in greenport, Long Island . . .Studio Orchestra. . . Church Youth Group Secretary French Club sunny blond hair .. . Greenport Summer Band .. . church cheerleader . . . loves sailing and motor boating . . . Sunday school teacher ... accomplished flute and piano player home-room officer . . . always laughing BARBARA OZARKIW Conscientious worker ... co-captain of the Color Guard . . . veteran S.C.B .... National Honor Society . . . math tutor . . . varied interests gymnastics, fencing, judo C.Y.O. avid water skiier . . . seamstress . . . enjoys bowling . . . always has something to say. JO H N PASTU LA Has a fast 442 . . . Photography Club . . . enjoys car racing . . . out of school sports include baseball and football ... enjoys' skiing and surfing one of IVIr. L's boys . . . IVIARY ANNE OWEN Quiet and reserved ... Guidance Aide Lost and Found ... F.T.A. ... a member of Folksong Club and Activities Committee ... C.Y.O. and Sodality . . .enjoys travelling and water-skiing sincere and friendly NIICHAEL PENDER Tall and quiet Band Dance Band ... Studio Orchestra .., Library Committee ... I.B.L. ... alto and tenor saxophones enjoys boating ....ass't. cook at Camp DeWolf . . . Treasurer of Y.P.F. Sec. Treas. of Acolytes V.P. of Episc. Diocesan Youth Comm. D.E.A.N.S .... seen working at Italian Kitchen. . . "IVIike" JANE PENN Great asset to the Class of 69 . . . S.C.B .... Senior Executive Board . . . G.O. Representative J.V. Cheering Girl's Hockey . . . Girl's Basketball ... Magazine Drive . . . "Jane" JANE POWELL Student Store .. . Y.P.F. .. . French Club Decoration and Refreshment Committees . . . Cornelia Cotillion . . . job at lVlartin's Department Store likes waterskiing and is partial to no. 24 a perpetual cast friendly to all. JANE PHILLIPS Folksong Club . . . Spanish Club . . . tennis and badminton intramurals . . . active member of Y.P.F. sailing at home on skis . . . Cornelia Cotillion . . . active member of the Cherry Valley Assemblies . . . extensive wardrobe . . . enjoyable summers at Nassau Point .. . lives life to the fullest. ALAN PORIANDA Tall ... Chef's Club . . . Mixed Chorus . . . Physics Club . . . a member of Varsity Soccer and Riflery . . . interest in water sports and electronics . . . alterboy on Sundays . . . a well rounded guy .. . a quiet individual . . . JAYNE PITISANO Library Staff . . . Spanish Club ... member of C.Y.O. and Sodality . . . enjoys swimming, water skiing, and tennis . . . candy-striper interested in cooking . . . spends extra time listening to stereo . . . very quiet but sweet . . . "Jayne" RICHARD PORTO An enthusiastic sportsman . . . Varsity Football . . . Varsity La crosse . . . intramural basketball and volleyball avid homeroom officer . . . spent summer working at Grand Union loves the beach Secretary-Treasurer of Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity friendly but reserved subtle sense of humor nice to know "Rico" . . . "Tony" . . . "Rich" RUSSELL PETRO Sargent-at-Arms of the Student Council lVlast Staff Senior Executive Board .. Red Cross Representative Varsity Wrestling S.C.B. lVlixed Chorus Junior Usher at Graduation . , .tennis J.V. Football . . . Varsity Track Don Juan of the Class of '69 water-ski champ has an interesting collection of etchings in the Student Council Office "Russ" "Rock" 'Q-nl' Ng-ff' CATHERINE PRICE Student Council delegate . . . lhard-workingl Senior Class Secretary . . . Folksong Club . . . Student-Faculty Relations Board . .. Mixed Chorus Concert Choir . . .shiny brown hair . . . enthusiastic Varsity Cheerleader . . . Captain of J.V. Cheerleaders . . . lVlast write ups . . . Intramural hockey, basketball, volleyball ... vivacious and great to be with . . . spends her summers at Nassau Point . . . gymnastics .. . a truly sincere person .. . an asset to our class . . . "Cathy" . . . "Katrina" BRIAN OUINN One of Chadderdon's Children likes sleeping a truly sadistic mind distinctive cellar good at imitations and very quick wit . . . beats a path to Boston can perfectly reproduce the mating call of a walrus nice to know. MARY RANDI A beautiful Varsity Cheerleader . . . Jr. Fashion Coordinator at Abraham and Straus . . . Student Council Delegate a willingness to help has a summer home upstate enjoys riding and owns horses .. . Honor Guard . .. a flair for sewing . . . Mast Write-ups ... lively and friendly. . . "Mare" Page 76 THOMAS PRICE Various homeroom officers . . . Latin Club . . . football . . . lacrosse . . . intramural volleyball enjoys skiing, swimming and travelling always has something to say . . . "Tom" LINDA RAYEL A helpful Guidance Aide and Library Staff member .. . President of Biology Club conscientious C.Y.O. and Confraternity . . . Sodality . . . enjoys riding, traveling, and G.C. Pool . . . badminton, field hockey, volleyball, basketball . . , "Linda" JANET PROCELLI Fantastic figure with clothes to match ... shiny hair ... artistically talented . . . Prom Committee Chairman ... enjoys volleyball and waterskiing .. . Vice President of Red Cross club ... Candy-Striper . . . diligent A8lP worker . . . Alpha Phi Alpha Sority Vice President . . . loves the beach Mast Write-ups . . . destined to be a great artist . . . kindness personified . . . ANNE REGAN Sparkling blue eyes . . . Varsity Cheerleader . . . enjoys horseback riding . . . Senior Class Social Committee . . . homeroom captain of Magazine Drive . . . Mast Write-ups . . . co-captain of J.V. Cheering . . . intramural volleyball and basketball ... S.C.B. ... Candy Striper and Heart Fund worker a girl well worth knowing . . . a true friend .. . "Annie-Doo-Dah" HARRISON M. RAINIE Indispensible member of the Class of '69' ... Secretary-Treasurer of B.A.A. President of S.C.B. Math Seminar . . . Election Committee . . . Student - Faculty Relations Boarrd . . . Mast Boys Sport Editor . . . Honor Society . . . National Merit Letter of Commendation . . . guitarist in a rock band . . . Varsity Football . . . Captain of Varsity Basketball and Baseball . . . enjoys water skiing, swimming and guitar. . . "Lee" LAURI E RASWEILER Great friend . . . active member of Greek and Latin Clubs Enviable wardrobe Junior Class Delegate works for Heart Fund . . . summers at Nassau Point . . . enjoys sewing and playing the piano . . . homeroom secretary ... "Dolly Dimples" JANET REINA Girls' Chorus ... Social Committee ... tennis, horseback riding . . . Mixed Chorus .. . Debating Club .. . determined poetess .. . a flair for traveling . . . enjoys a good argument . . . a girl who know what she wants. ALEX RHODES President of Band . . . quiet but great to know .. . Chess Club President . . . quick thinking member of lVlathletes Jr. Vestry at the Cathedral . . . creative mind . . . Varsity Tennis and Varsity Wrestling red hair and freckles Junior Usher . . . immense conducting capacity . . . hopes to head for West Point. JOHN REGAN Easy going ... Latin Club ... Varsity Football . . . Varsity Basketball . . . one of A. 84 P's hardest working summer employers . . . lives for the weekends . . . a devoted party goer . . . Best barber clippers in town . . . "John" IVIAUREEN REILLY Cute face and nice figure . . .a Candy Striper and a checker at Gristedes . . . fancies badminton, volleyball, skiing, tennis and sunbathing a member of lVlasquers, F.N.A. Spanish Club special interests are reading, horse races, going to amusement parks and marketing. ELSBETH RIGGS F.T.A. . .. Botany' Club . . . S.A.lVI. Foreign Policy Forum participated in G.A.A. Sports Night and Gymnastics Show outside of school she enjoys Girl Scouts volunteer work at the Cerebral Palsy Center for Saturday recreation and Camp Green Twigs . . . church school teacher . . . "Beth" 112221, , ....S CHRISTOPHER RIX Colorful personality lVlast . . . President of Foreign Policy Forum . . . halfback of G.C. Football team . . . enjoys surfing and water skiing . . . Models in spare time . . . has a definite interest in the opposite sex .. . has a musical side interesting person to know . . . G.C.'s fashion plate .. "Chris" .. xii .sl-f u:-few ROY REINEN Golf . . . Assembly Committee math tutor enjoys customizing models plays pool working man enjoys bowling mild and friendly. CHARLES RICH New to school . . . a member of Masquers . . . Audio Visual Squad . . . Remembers that trip to England . . . G.C. Soccer . . . sailing enthusiast . . . friendly and quiet . . . "Charlie" Page 77 PATRICIA RIZZI An indispensable member of the class of '69 . . . Prom Committee Folksong Club enjoys water skiing and sailing . . . intramural volleyball . . . Sophomore and Junior Executive Board . . . lVlast Write ups . . . French Club ... a mischievous streak . . . Queen of Hearts candidate . . . F.T.A. . . . veteran babysitter , . . counselor at handicapped children's camp ...S.C.B. ... loves the beach . . . Mixed Chorus . . . Activities Committee . . . sparkling personality . . . Magazine Drive one of G.C.'s cutest ... ,ff Ng. PETER RLJNDLETT lndividualist ... Chess Club ... fast on the Drums. . .easy going .. . looks Forward to Graduating. . .enjoys Pool and Billiards . .. known for his "early" appearance in Homeroom ... carefree manner. . . "Pete" Poge 78 NANCY ROSENBLUIVI One of our prettiest has held all homeroom offices . . . Executive Board Ur. and Sr. yearsl . . . lVlast Write-ups . . . Varsity Cheering ... intramural basketball Gymnastics lVlixed Chorus . . . attended a Physical Education career conference at Ithaca College modern dance enthusiast loves skiing and the beach a devoted horsewoman lives for riding and her weekends at Trinity spirit plus beautiful hair and enviable figure a wonderful person and a great asset to the school. LESLIE ROSSIRE Always a smile for everyone ... happy-go-lucky ... Concert Choir Library Staff . .. Publicity Committee ... Heart Fund volunteer ... hard worker for Gristedes loves dancing, talking and clothes those Cape- Cod summers always lends an ear. . . "Les" .43 RICHARD W. ROSSETTI Comic personality . outstanding track star Captain of Spring Track distinguished member of Eagle Scouts . . . Chef's Club . . . Fire Patrol . . . lVlascjuers devotee of all aquatic sports Disc jockey for W.G.C.H. works as a gas station attendent will always be remembered for his wit "Rich" NIARY ANNE ROWCROFT Petite . . . diligent lVlasquer's worker . . . has a penchant for skiing, swimming, bowling, and tennis. . .Volunteer Nurses aid C.Y.O. club enjoys photography, horseback riding and music . . . never a quiet moment. yr mae' qegsgw .1 .. ..f..,a15.. ,kijjmg --:v, .4 it- M .ta in A gy 1 3 ,fel ,. . GARY ROLFES Technical Director of WGCH Radio interested member of Boy Scouts . . . A.V. Squad . . . Confraternity . . . attended law meeting in conjunction with Nassau Bar Association . . . member of Track Team . . . travelled over the summer . . . enjoys photography. QQ - I 2 7 -., ,-V-W vfegfiezhmsiz . sizea- 2g.,,ga: Q?iSi?f2fieiji5'.1 . . E.:-f,435"?LQ5 - ga -f ffiffifisaskixi H-'ffii-'s.. what --f sew 1. 1 fw-.r+.wgigS .asian ff was Malaga. mais CHRISTIANNE RUSSO Summer travels to Italy, Switzerland and England Head Nlajorette Folksong Club ... Orientation Committee . . . Art-Committee ... French Club Humanities Club Dr. Turkel's Biology Aid intramural hockey, basketball volleyball V. P. of St. Anne's sodality . . . C.Y.O. ... Confraternity . . . a gifted artist enjoys playing the guitar sincere and conscientious a valuable friend . ."Chri5' MARK RUSSO Unique member of the Senior Class . . . Masquers . . .German Club . . . often seen with a camera .. . likes to travel and meet new people . . . handy with a printing press. . .funny in his own way. VERONICA SALAVESSA Keeps 'em rolling in the aisles . . . Mixed Chorus . . . Concert Choir Senior Bridge constant smile ... Confraternity one of our friendliest by far. . . "Ronnie" CAROL RYDELL Very attractive artistically inclined Future Teacher's of America ... Folksong Club Art Committee has been Secretary-Treasury and Vice President of Spanish Club . . . loves New York City . . . a whiz with a needle and thread . . . interested in sculpture . . . beautiful clothes . . . nice to know. JOHN SABELLA Photo Club enjoys golf, basketball and baseball . . . car enthusiast ... loves photography and traveling .. . practical mind good all around guy "Tony" "John" LlNDA SAAL Homeroom officer ... Initiated Masquers can easily be heard works at Grand Union . . . wild summer beach parties hobbies include swimming and traveling ... infamous voice contagious laugh . . . LYNETTE SABOL Our lovely addition from Australia . . . member of Social Committee, French Club Mixed Chorus Mast Write-Ups irrepressible smile enjoys swimming, tennis and sewing plays guitar and piano likes to travel sweet person nl-vnu GERALD RYAN lnterested in photography and fishing Offset Club Chef's Club . . . Chess Club... spent summer days caddying ... St. Anne's C.Y.O. committee member l.V.L. . . . "Jere" - YQ limi 'SQ 'qs- DIANE SALEM Decoration Committee enjoys swimming, sailing and horseback riding . . . models at Saks likes to sew a member of the C.Y.O .... avid basketball fan quiet until you get to know her . . . unlimited wardrobe. Poge 79 PAUL SANZO Known for his gruffy, booming voice as Senior Cheerleader . . . member of Soccer, Indoor Track and I.B.L. Mast Advertising Editor . . . Steering Committee Junior Usher . . . received National Merit Letter of Commendation friendly personality has made him a popular member of the Senior Class speaks from the heart. JOAN SAWDON Folksong Club .. . Greek Club . . . Activity Committee . . . F.T.A. participated in badminton, basketball, and bowling, and volleyball intramurals extremely interested in modern dance, gymnastics, and excercise club . .. a church receptionist and watches the crib room a junior counselor at camp Enjoys swimming, horseback riding and tennis . . . A willing helper. '51 1 , . ' CHRISTINE SALVIE F.T.A. Treasurer Sec4Tres. of Humanities . .. German Club . . . Social Committee.. . Activities Committee . .. Man Lai King Committee .. . math tutor . . . Masquers . . . active homeroom officer . . . Jr. Honor Guard . . . Red Cross representative ... Church Seminar .. . Experiment in Missions to Puerto Rico . . . spent summer as teacher's aide for "Head Start Program" enjoys horseback riding, sewing and playing the piano . . . well liked by all . . . "Chris", 5-swf" I 3 K 5 if ' 1 7 in 1.1 K -' ' MARY SCHENKEL Chairman of Assembly Committee . . . Masquers assistant director . . . Secretary of Handbook Committee Concert Choir . . . enjoys horseback riding, playing guitar and modeling ... church receptionist, Sunday school teacher went to camp in Switzerland . . . a fondness for chatter. THOMAS SANTANGELO Reserved . . . Varsity Golf Team . . . worked in New York City . . . enjoys photography . . . once played accordion in a band . . .quiet . . . "Tom," CHRISTINE SCHERMAN Spent summer in Austria, Germany' and Yugoslavia . . . President of Future Nurses . . . Concert Choir ... Mixed Chorus . . . Candy Striper . . . waitress at summer resort in N.Y. . . . Spent eight years at a private German school . . . enjoys playing piano and guitar Nurse's Aid German Club . . . sports include tennis, skiing, and ice skating an honest and reliable friend "Chris" CYNTHIA SAUER Always on the go ... Orientation Committee Chairman ... Election Committee . . . outgoing personality . . . F.T.A. . . . school spirit plus .. . has held many homeroom offices . . . member of Concert Choir .. . Heart Fund Volunteer sports minded . . . G.A.A. Delegate . . . Leaders Club . . . Varsity Hockey Captain . . . Tennis Captain volleyball and basketball participant National Tennis Circuit . . . frequents the slopes . . . speaks her mind ... Employee at the Scandinavian Ski Shop . . . vivacious . . . "Cindy". RICHARD SCHAEFER Memorable job at Horn and Hardart . . . hot C.Y.O. basketball player ... outstanding athlete in J.V. Basketball and Baseball . . . I.B.L. enjoys life to the fullest . . . future physicist . . . an original way of saying things . . . hard worker at homeroom offices ... completely in control when behind the wheel . . . "Brew" . . . "Dick" WILLIAM SCHMIDT Ecstatically interested in radio controlled model airplanes . . . has held jobs in A 81 S and New York City . . . J.V. and Varsity Soccer . . . Church Acolyte . . . roots for N.Y. sports teams . . . exhibits a liking of stamps, car, and traveling . . . recreation basketball . . . "Bill" SUSAN SCRIBNER Outstanding member of Folksong Club Celestones . . . her hobbies are guitar playing and singing . . . plans to become a Pan-Am Stewardess . . . drives a white Triumph . . . homeroom officer . . . Nassau Hospital Volunteer . . . loves traveling . . . silly sense of humor. . . "Sue" PAUL SCH LEGEL Always "smiling" Student Council Delegate. . .S.C.B. . . . Mast Write-ups ... Commentator . . . dead eye on the basketball court ... fearless lifeguard during summer months . . . enjoys drums and guitar remains of "Realm" ... wicked wrestler in gym class . . . a friend to all . . . "Swish" PAMELA SEARLES Beautiful hair new from L.A. Girls Chorus Humanities ... enjoys power-boat racing and horseback 'riding active in sports loves the outdoors . . spent her California summers water and snow skiing, sailing and traveling . . . played field hockey, volleyball, and softball hardworking member of her Prom Committee . .. a valuable addition to our school a sincere friend . . . interesting to be with , . . very well liked by those who know her. CHARLES SCHROEDER An arrival from Saint Pauls... Mast . . . Secretary of his homeroom Y.P.F. ... has nightmares about Volkswagon convertables . . . Acolyte at Cathedral .. . went to Shelter Island . . . a really good friend . . . "Charles" MARY SEVERSON Active in all she does . . . Social Committee ... S.A.M. ... Leaders Club designs and sews clothes French Club . . . Activities Committee . . . very fashionable dresser . . . intramural hockey and basketball . . . Humanities Club . . . Assembly Committee . . . after school gymnastics . . . Spanish Club . . . summers spent on Peconic Bay . . . designs clothes ... Confraternity . . . C.Y.O. . . . looks forward to a career in Home Economics . . . bubbly personality . . . friendly. Q! JANE SCOTT As sweet as they come . . . Concert Choir Secretary . . . House Committee Chairman of Masquers . . . active Student Council Representative . . . spends her summers in New Hampshire . . . camp counselor . . . collegiate wardrobe . . . Mast Girls Write-ups ... President of Cathedral Girls' Choir ... accomplishes anything she sets out to do . . . Cornelia Cotillion .. . Man Lai King committee Cathedral Jr. Altar Guild President Prom Committee . . . respected by all German Club basketball intramurals ... enjoys sailing . . . a good word for everyone. WILLIAM SCHUMACHER One of G.C.'s finer athletes . . . S.C.B. . . . Varsity Football, Basketball, Lacrosse . . . active member in Chef's Club . . . big winner at cards . . . enjoys golf, and water skiing . . . "Schu" . . . "Bill" Page 87 ANN SEWELL Ouiet and freckled .. . F.T.A. . . . Masquers . . . Activity Committee .. . math tutor . . . Library Staff . . . brains galore . . . National Merit letter of Commendation . . . worked on a prize-winning science project loves water-skiing, sailing, tennis and swimming . . . a special interest in art . . . faithful babysitter . . . a sincere friend ..."Ann" MARGARET SMITH Ouiet and easygoing . . . active member of Masquers ... Spanish Club ... Future Teachers of America ... C.Y.O .... Activity Committee . . . works at Lord and Taylors enjoys music and sewing ... nice to know continuous interest in school affairs . . . "Peggy" Poge 82 Nunn., DANA SHER IDAN One of G.C.'s best looking . . . big and strong . . . President of G.C. Gents J.V. Wrestling . . . Varsity Football Indoor and Outdoor Track . . . water skiing . . . the beach . . . proficient in building boats. . . "Daddy" DEBORAH SLAWTER A model's figure ... sophisticated ... Student Council delegate active in the Magazine Drive Committee . . .' Art Committee . . . Junior Honor Guard worked on Prom Decorations . . . Mast Write-ups ... volleyball intramurals ... frequently works in the city . . . took up golf . . . very artistic . . . has a smile for everyone "Debbie" EILEEN SINGER Petite and perky Spanish Club . .. intramurals Folksong Club ... Prom Chairman ... homeroom officer . . . C.Y.O. . . . tennis Greek Club Untiring worker for Nixon . . . Latin Club . . . beach bum . . .enjoys sailing, riding and waterskiing . . . brightens any day . . . lives for weekends. KATHY SMITH A smile for all . . . cute, cheerful and always helpful . . . Greek Club F.T.A. homeroom delegate to grade council . .. C.Y.O. . . . enjoys horseback riding and drawing . . . plays guitar . . . an asset to the high school . . .welcomes a fervent debate . . . "Kathy" JEFFREY SHACHMUT Lives by his music quiet but accomplishes a great deal School Band V.P. of Orchestra and Dance Band, Community Orchestra dedicated S.C.B. lnkspots . . . active in the Cathedral .. . Choirboy ... Assistant Organist . .. Young Peoples Fellowship group . .. other activities include counselor at summer camp Music Education League sailing and photography Lincoln Center Award ... conscientious in everything he does . . . "Jeff" PATRICIA SOBEL Long nails and nice clothes . . . loves skiing . . . a guidance aid . . . worked in department store during the summer special interest in art . . . F.T.A. Prom Refreshment Committee . . . plays organ . . . Sunday school teacher . . . participates in Y.P.F. soft spoken . . . "Patti" JANE SOKOLICH Depended upon by the Senior class to pull us through any situation a well-respected and wellvrounded person completes any project to perfection Mast Write-up Editor Concert Choir Treasurer . . . Student Council Delegate ... F.T.A. Vice-President our Junior Social Chairman . . .- Student Council Social Committee Chairman Folksong Club . . . C.Y.O. President teaches Confraternity a valuable and trustworthy friend . . . behind the scenes of every important function DONALD STEVENSON Concert Choir .. . Varsity Lacrosse . . . intramural basketball and volleyball . . . likes waterskiing and motorcycle riding . . . summer job at hotel in Lake George . . . church choir Y.R.F. unequalled tenor voice . . l1Donn WlLLlAM SPRINGER A propitious personality Latin Club S.C.B. Festivalaires Chef's Club ... Concert Choir All-County Chorus enjoys skiing and golfing l.B.L. ... l.V.L. ... C.Y.O. Basketball executive board member of St. Anne's C.Y.O. St. Anne's Choir Fun to be with . . . "Bill" ELLEN STEFFES Long dark hair Art Committee . . . likes the usual stuff travels to Syracuse N.Y. enjoys clothes creative and competent artist . .. coached girls' little league soft-ball team "Mets" a wild streak. . . "Ellen". CAROL SPRINGSTUN Girl's Chorus President Concert Choir incessant talker . . . sun worshipper . . . sailing .L. Sunday school teacher at the Cathedral memorable vacations in Maine always up to somethin . . . g . . . "Carol" JAMES STER LING Sarcastic humor ... sports-minded ... Varsity Football, Baseball, and Basketball enjoys surfing and weight-lifting . . . Mast Write-ups . . . recreation assistant at G.C. Pool . . . easy to know, easier to like . . .one of the Barbershop Quartet . . . "Sterl" . . . "Jim" DEBORAH SOBACE Initiated Masquers French Club Folksong Club intelligence plus National Merit Letter of Commendation . . . homeroom officer . . . Honor Roll Chairman Red Cross representative ... worked on Prom . . . Greek Club .. . a good word for everyone . . . Candy Striper . . . basketball intramurals and modern dance . . . enjoys playing the piano and sewing ...a true friend ... "Debbie" 4911! SCOTT STRITZINGER Master musician Concert Choir Organ Club Folksong Club enjoys swimming, water skiing, boating accomplished musician at drums, guitar, organ, piano plays golf, bowling, tennis Up With People. . .rock n' roll band. Page 83 KATHY TACCHI Loves good times . . . Concert Choir . . . hard worker at Gristedes ... loves horseback-riding, the beach, and sailing . . . hopes to travel ... longs to be a lady in white campanion to the college set. . . "Kathy" JOHN TEBBEL A.V. Squad . . . Editorial Staff of Echo Secretary of Steering Committee active and vital member of most organizations program director of WGCH -radio participant in Pseudvo-lntel- lectuals for Nickerson for President security is a briefcase. Poge 84 LENNART STURESSON Our exchange student from Sweden . .. quiet and friendly . .. a member of Chef's Club ... Humanities ... an outstanding soccer player on G.C.'s team ice hockey enthusiast enjoys those American Girls . . . persevering . . . "Len" to trlyf ' f' ,. . ' -Y 1 Lin g, , f- Y ,ss-fx A I ,. isglatiss stgfsg, Jfii 51:3 r ' I 3133. : VI V affix- ,fx .rwfvg f 113 7, -,.1,7f,g ' -Hsin 'fiiffu ' 55 'i:f'l-,jfgkg 5: 2 k igsxfi. ' "'cT4e1ig3ifQ ' '1:s5'?,ff.iiL iii: 'fliilr ,bf gf: -'g - - - eat?-si: ,E ft.- 'uf-,s - ' ,f9iTi , f7f"i N -:E1!Q5'.f'f" N . ' I Q, . ., if CHRISTINE TIDERIVIAN Long, long hair musically inclined .. . Nlixed Chorus . . . Celestones . . . spends summers surfing and sailing adores singing, piano, and sailing sings a sweet note . . . a smile comes easily . . . "Chris" GREGORY SYSOL New from Chaminade Indian Beads . . . was in ONCE UPON A MATTRESS Nlasquers . . . Hempstead Hospital Volunteers . . . works at Nassau Bike Exchange worked at Salisbury ,,Greg,, LE ROY TOIVIPKI NS lVlath tutor . . . Assembly Committee lVlast J.V. Football . . . Wrestling . . . spent summer on a camp staff and at the G.C. Pool . . . enjoys swimming ... Boy Scouts-Order of the Arrow . . . lVl.Y.F .... V.P .... "Roy" SUSAN TATE Chairman of Art Committee Spanish Club Junior Honor Guard spent part last summer in Hawaii .. . beauty plus brains . . . Lost and Found . . . Social Committee . .. artistically inclined a Candy Striper . . . attractive dresser . . . "Sue" PHILIP TERRENCE Concert Choir . . . works daily at the lVlineola Theatre . . . Fire Patrol . . . enjoys music and the theatre . . . an interest in politics ... weekends in Massachusetts . . . spent last summer working . . . Joanne . . . bright red hair. . .nice guy . . . "PhiI" JAMES TRAKIS Concert Choir . . . Folkaires . . . Festivalaires . . . Physics Club ... Latin Club ... Masquers . . . active homeroom member ... intramural Basketball, J.V. Riflery and Tennis . . .worked in N.Y.C. as salesman .. . B. Crew . . . likes to sing and dance interested in marine biology . . . "Twamp" JOANNE TROTTA Social Committee Assembly Committee ... Masquers . . L Handbook Committee . . . Homeroom Secretary Junior Prom Committee enjoys art, surfing, skiing and St. Paul's boys really vivacious IAJOII DEBORAH TORNEY A unique and important member of the class . . . a barefoot contessa S.A.M. . . . Editor-in-Chief of lnkspots ...Quill 8: Scroll . . . Folksong Club . . . Youth Fellowship... always found in the 'Spots Office . . . a notorious member of the Marginal Thinkers Club . . . spent summers reading about Sir Arthur 84 Thomas a Becket . . . one of the few people with a definite goal in life loves to read 84 write . . . sincere 84 trustworthy . . . "The Torn" . . . "Ramona" BARBARA TURNER Active in Dramatics and art Club . . . sports include tennis, volleyball, swimming, water skiing, horseback riding, and ice skating very active. in Chaminade drama productions . .. makeaup assistant summer job as a waitress enjoys tap and modern dancing loves to meet new people interested in flying summers at Southold always busy . . . "Barb" GREGORY TRAKAS Masquer's initiated member. . . Assembly Committee . . . Head Usher . . . employee of Abraham and Straus and Harrison Electronics . . . travels around the country interested in electronics and electrical engineering ,,Greg,, GREGORY VAN GELDEREN Chemistry Club . . . Biology Club ... Earth Science Seminar ... Election Committee News Director for WGCH C.Y.O. enjoys playing football, basketball and skiing G.C. Swimming Team . . .caddy . . . likes surfing and sailboating . . . hard worker soft spoken ..."Greg" MARY TRENTALANGE Lovely long hair large expressive eyes Prom Committee ... enjoys horseback riding spends-summers working and teaching riding loves to dance .. . often seen at horse shows opinions on everything and everybody. JOHN TROY An interesting person to know quiet but friendly participates in basketball and football likes to see live bands an ex-candy store worker was on J.V. Bowling ... works at pharmacy "Bell-Bottom Knicker" . . . "Jack" Page 85 SCOTT VAR G A Mast Editor-in-Chief President of Concert Choir . . . S.C.B. ... Folksong Club ... Election, Judiciary Committees . . . G.C.'s ambassador to Belgium ... V.P.F .... master musician of piano, trumpet, guitar . . . Amherst Summer Music Center . . . Inkspots . . . outgoing. DEBORAH WAHMAN One of G.C's cutest ... enviable figure petite bubbling personality . . . one of the working set . . . Homeroom Chairman . . . Mixed Chorus . . . enjoys dancing, swimming and tennis ... an ideal Cootchie Club member . . . volleyball . . . loves food of all kinds . .. frequents the beach great sense of humor Mast Write-ups . . . "Debbie" Page 86 DAVID VENIER Can always be found on the athletic field . . . Captain of J.V. Football and Lacrosse . . . three years as a Varsity Wrestler . . . Captain of Varsity Lacrosse and Football . . . Ninth Grade Student Council President . . . worked at Baskin Robbins .. . Vice-President of Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity . . . B.A.A. President . . . S.C.B. Enjoys snow skiing . . . well known and well liked "Dave" ERIC WACHSMAN An expressive phiolmath . . . Inkspots Photography . . . Chem Club Debating activist in peace movement . . . won scholarship to study biology at the Rockefellar University Shaker Village Work Group . . . a penchant for writing . . . excellent pianist and composer . . . enjoys argumentative moments. JEANNE VIONNE Striking red head . . . wild sense of humor . . . a flair for art . . . a terror on the basketball court . . . Library Staff . . . volleyball summers in Southampton J.V. and Varsity Basketball . . . summertime waitress . . . art school . . . enjoys swimming and water skiing babysits . . . fantastic dancer . . . gift of gab .. . a friendly personality MARGARET WAGNER Hard worker . . . Library Staff Girls Chorus Deutch Verein . . . Concert Choir . . . Library Staff Award . . . Math Tutor working girl piano lessons babysitting Candy Striper at Nassau Hospital. ELENA VAZOU EZ Diligent worker . . . faithful Student Council Delegate spends summers traveling Minnesota, Mexico, and throughout the West President of Spanish Club plays field hockey, volleyball, soccer, and baseball Girl's Chorus in Cathedral beautiful Spanish eyes . . . Cornelia Cotillion ., .. attractive long black hair . . . a good dresser . . .friendly . . . JOAN WALLACE Lives for weekends ... Activity Committee . . . works in a Dentist's office atter school . . . Sodality Devoted Treasurer of Cootchie Club . .. frequently seen driving the "Caddy" .. . loves the beach . . . outgoing and full of fun ... F.O.B. unforgettable laugh . . . cute figure . . . a whiz on the dance floor . . . "Joni" BRADFORD WALLICK Homeroom President and Vice President . . . wrestling . . , spends summer sailing and swimming . . . enjoys coin collecting and building things . . . working man at Long Island Trust Co .,.. "Brad" PETER WE LLENBERGER Mast Photo Editor . . . delegate to Student Council Photo and German Clubs Boys Biology Club Election Committee ... enjoys basketball, skiing, electronics, photography nice guy to known by intimate know, friends as hands, feet and mouth one of our safer drivers and teaches driving to friends. WILLIAM WALZER An asset to any organization . . . President of Steering Committee and Student Action Movement Secretary of Foreign Policy Forum participates in Math Seminar, math tutoring, computer course and Budget Committee National Merit Letter of Commendation Honor Society in Junior Year Renseleer Award enjoys photography and swimming camping through Europe ...."Red" . . . "Bill" CORDELIA WIEGAND Our exchange student from Germany has involved herself in the school Folksong Club Activities Committee enjoys the Humanities field trips German Club a flair for gymnastics . . . loves the ballet . .. Y.P.F. . . . participated in ballroom dances in Germany . . . active in sports volleyball intramurals spring sports . . .swimming . . . horseback riding holidays in Spain . . . plays the recorder classical music enthusiast talent for languages well-liked by all "Cordie" .59 1 i ee ' s i sg 59 .M at 4 as t 2 l DAVID WATERSON Sophisticated member of Class of '69' Vice-President of Band . . . Dance Band . . .Wind Ensemble . . . Orchestra . . . National Merit Letter of Commendation . . .enjoys Jazz Band . . . spends spare time reading music and studying military history . . . traveled about country in summer eager to become part of West Point . . . knows what he wants . . . "Dave" JUDITH WEISFUSE Spent an interesting summer in Israel . . . one of our more musically inclined members . . . President of Orchestra . . . Remembered for her original solo . . . modern dance in Spring Band Concert . . . quiet but with a wild streak . . . enjoys swimming, painting, and photography . .. selected as a member of Port Washington Invitational Orchestra . . . Man Lai King Committee . . . knows how to really listen to people . . . Festivalaires . . . her artistic qualities make her a valuable asset to lnkspots one of Chadderdon's Children IlJudyll FLORA WALSH School activities include F.N.A. sunshine girl of Alpha Phi Alpha Sorority Candy Striper enjoys the beach and work favorite activities include bowling and snowskiing expresses herself with numerous words and gestures . . . "Flora" CHRISTIAN WENK Varsity Soccer . . . Varsity Wrestling ... Track lnkspots Business Manager . . . Quill and Scroll . . . Honor Society-Jr. Yr. . . , Junior Usher . . . a passion for surfing . . . cherishes the "Good Times" . . . "Chris" Page 87 DEBORAH WHITMAN Captivating smile . . Y tutors in math . . .a Paves Volunteer . . . teaches piano, takes lessons . . . member of the social committee . . . summer filled with skiing and sailing . .. favorite sports are bowling and fencing active member of the S.C.B. for two years church school assistant . easy to know . . . "Debbie" Page 88 MARGARET WERNER Lives for the weekends . . . vacations in Connecticut . . . babysits likes sewing and bowling . . . long, long, hair. . . wild clothes. . PAMELA WI ESER Friendly, responsible and fun to be with . . . National Honor Society in her Junior Year . . . veteran S.C.B. . . . German Club Spanish Club Election Committee 10th grade Executive Board . . . Mast Mixed Chorus volunteer work for summer school . . . wardrobe illustrates her flair for sewing ... Experiment in Mission in Puerto Rico . . . uncontrollable laughter, has her wild moments ...a great friend . . . "Pam" SUSAN WHITE Has her quiet moments ... Masquers . . . Library Staff . . . Horseback riding . . . enjoys sewing and cooking long, black hair . . . trip to Montreal . . . loves horses . . . noted for her driving skills ...a whiz in the kitchen . . . "Sue" W 3 1l1 . . . "Dave" SCOTT WILLIAMS Active member of Initiated Masquers Concert Choir . . . enjoys art, music, and driving . . . quiet but with a strong streak of self-assurance invaluable aid in Student Store and front office in his sophomore year . . . "Scott" LESLIE WHITTLE Tall and blond G.C.'s Ambassadress to India takes an active part in G.C.'s art activities, Art Committee Social' Chairman Prom Assistant . . . Decoration Committee Chairman Teaches guitar for profit, paints for pleasure participates in sports in and out of school . .. badminton, fencing, tennis, and bowling 10th and 11th grade Executive Board delegate, 12th grade Student Council delegate sees future in art education on the high school level . . . "Les" Mast Art Editor DAVID WI ENER A zealous musician Dance Band Hicksville Orchestra . .. Jazz Band . . . intramural volleyball and basketball . . . plays piano and bass . . . enjoys model cars and girl-watching . . . memorable trip to Canada TINA WINKLER Popular candidate for all homeroom offices spends summers teaching horseback riding and working at the Long Island Diamond Exchange intriguing dark brown eyes . . . enviable figure . . . horse crazy avid skiier enjoys surfing Thomas School of Horsemanship, Jr. Cavalry and Show Team . . . loves fox hunting Alpha Phi Alpha . .. hopes to one day own an XKE... CRAIG WOODCOCK Echo Varsity Tennis and Riflery performs cerebral caiisthenics at the Chess Club . . . math tutor . . . homeroom officer .. . interest in tropical fish . .. dedicated Cathedral Vestryman hardworking and serious student. LORNA WRIGHT Enthusiasic, one of G.C.'s greatest assets believes in diversification active in Echo, German club, Nlast, S.A.lVl., Secretary of lVlath Seminar Band Secretary, finds time for Orchestra conscientious S.C.B. inducted into National Honor Society as a Junior . . . received National Nlerit Letter of Commendation Student Council delegate math tutor and Candy Striper enjoys summers at Southampton, water skiing and swimming . . .strong-willed. ,:,:.':3: ' ,K lf' 5- ::,. - W, Ei fm-21 .. . A JAN E WYTZ KA lVlasquers Publicity. Committee Folksong club Sr. Girl Scouts Planning Board Church Youth Fellowship always talking . . . enjoys camping . . . spent the summer working as a kitchen helper at Camp Blue Bay . .. often can be seen riding a bicycle through town . .. devoted Earth Science student . . . friendly . . . fun to know . . . "Jane" CHERYL WOLCHEK S.C.B. National Honor Society Junior Honor Guard Spanish, Latin, Greek and Humanities Clubs one of our high-stepping llllajorettes . . . math tutor . . . St. Anne's Sodality Echo Folksong Club Art committee ... hockey, volleyball, bowling extramurals . . . gymnastics show treasurer of Student Council Social Committee .. . activity committee . .. basketball intramurals enjoys skiing . . . remembers her summers in Europe: THOMAS YANNIOS A newcomer this year . . . very quiet . .. Foreign Policy Forum ... Editor of Newspaper at Southside High School .. . Member of Nation Rifle Association hunting and target-shooting aware and opinionative . .. "Tommy" JOHN WYDLER Aspires to become a world-wide traveler A philatelest collects coins and rocks snow skis surfs has undertaken a variety of jobs very conscientious member of our class . . . "Big Ben" Page 89 JAMES YATES Known by all ... Hard-working Historian of '69' ... S.C.B. ... Fire Patrol ... Likes "birds" . . . Co-Captain of Varsity Soccer and Varsity Wrestling .. . hurdler on G.C.'s Track Team . . . A credit to G.C. High . . . "Jim" Page 90 DONNA ZABEL An individual . . . German Club sports fan . .. worked at Long Island Press Future Teachers of America . .. loves auto racing . . . vacation at Montauk . . . teacher's aide . . . enjoys basketball, tennis and bowling speaks her mind. LAWRENCE ZAIVIPINO A most vital and individualistic member of the senior class . . . very talented artist . . . Art and Format Editor of lVlast a Student Council Representative . .. profound interest in sculpture . . . has held many homeroom offices . . . Co-captain of Football team .. . loves music, plays a wild guitar, and is President of Strictly Blues. . .nice cast! . .. "Old lVlan" . . . "Larry" "Annie" JANET YOUNG Extremely thin and exercises to stay that way . . . Nlasquers ., Stage Craft kickline in Band Concert '68 . . . excellent water skier . . . Enjoys painting and sculpting . .. lives life to the fullest ... boundless energy. ANN ZUKAS illustrious president of Cootchie Club. . . French Club . . . biting wit . . . extramural badminton ... C.Y.O. ... Activity Committee beach enthusiast Folksong Club . .. Intramurals easily excitable future with a certain Le Moyne man great person to know .. , if -E' ,Q A Q fm-4 ' ' uf f' J . A X as ' ,f i ww- -f U ,mm 'HIPC' , Mfr f wfzlsliawml. , . ,,,A M, W nf I in 4. .QL fwwvw-,ummm QM Y is , Awduwusfmx, ,vi THE SENIO POLL Best Looking 1. D. Sheridan - T. Winkler 2. C. Rix - A. Lawton 3. B. Dean - L. Moore R PRINCIPAL Most Intelligent 1. V. De Luise - C. De France 2. B. Dillinhan - L. Wright 3. D. Dieterich - IVI. Mather Done Most For Class of 7.969 1. J. Haberkern - J. Sokolich 2. B. Eggers - C. Guba 3. J. Eisen - P. Harrison ,,..!' Wise Guy of the Year 1. B. Christman Most Likely to Succeed 1. B. Dillingham - C. Guba 2. J. Haberkern - P. Harrison 3. D. Dietrich - M. Mather Most Popular 1. L. Zampino - L. Moore 2. D. Venier - M. Kuhn 3. R. Eggers - P. Harrison Best Figure 1. D. Boyle - J. Procelli 2. D. Sheridan - A. Lawton 3. B. Denegris - L. Moore 5-J Page 93 Favorite Teacher 1 Mr. Low - Mrs. Schnaubelt 2 Mr. Decker - Mrs. Bauer 3 Mr. Kirsty - Miss Kendell Best Dancer 1. Bill Christrnan - Nancy Klotz 2. C. Rix - J. Wiesfuse 3. Mark Lynch - Tina Winkler 'W Most Humorous 1. Bich Rossetti - Dede lVlcCabe 2. Bob Eggers - Peggy Coughlin 3. Dick Boyle - Jeane Vione Most Musical 1. Doug Hedwig - Carol Huber 2. Larry Zampino - Julie Koenig 3. Jeff Schachmut - Cathy Guba Most Theatrical 1. Rich Rossetti - Kathy Connelly 2. Jeff Kroessler - Sue Costigan 3. John Crisfield - Kathy Freeman Most Artistic 1. Larry Zampino - Sue Barnes 2. Scott Williams - Leslie Whittle 3. John Cuddy - Sue Tate ""'X Page 95 Ll. BE b msn 5,91 N4 M99 fx 099 bm 7 Mona week? 1'o .5tE fD QOCDWILUE, , ,,Ny PM FI Fuss-IE ONE MAN E 8 good gncf DI DARED TO DEFY THE S.C.B mf was uqhi and d 'here CD-srfmnmc, as B? LEE J. RAXNKE, .. usvleo. DUUENJf,LEESiT,LPIi 1 I IN l-HS AWARD UKNNKNG PQ. Wm E LAW an R 3333533 .,..!, l tl ,x ff If forihtwndd MORR1 ff7V"umw f MM 'hlfhufeieqw 1 YHEFMEWAXTLE D mm 5 4 Two ofms Bmsssr anxofnc HITS OF ALL TIME' LATIN CLUB I5 AQAWMAWA aww ER or Hannon AN: FRIGHTEI BEST CHiLLER SINCE BORIS KI candy' THE LATWV CLUB TOM PRICE E -2 gACTIVITlES ws y fe US 4 Y s ik? Chuck Jacob John Haberkern Vice-President 551 11 5, -1 :r1 ,:.'.,a : M1155 5 ' .. 1 ,gf.:.,5g-,-: .3f::,'-a .f': .mv 'wvw , - ws? rw B f Beryl Barmore Secretary Presid en t STUDENT COUNCIL EXECUTIVE BOARD Clark Matthews Treasurer Page Q8 Pat Harrison Parliamen tarian R uss Petro Serge-an t-a t-A rms STUDENT COUNCIL-FIRST ROW: J. Haberkern, P. Harrison, C. Jacob, B. Barmore, R. Petro, C. Mathews. SECOND ROW: I. Young, J. Hebrank, V. Peck, C. Sackman, M. Dunford, C. Gatto, P. Eggers, A. Lawton, K. Duckworth, C. Meyer, J. Schweitzer. THIRD ROW: L. Whittle, P. Dillingham, P. Wellenberger, B. Kelly, G. Canesas, J. Fries, M. Sullivan, J. Skoloich, D. Abbot, J. Ryan, J. Garvey, C. O'DonneIl. FOURTH ROW: S. Foster, F. Gloss, M. Randi, M. Bennett, J. Crisfield, C. Kirchgessner, D. Connelly, L. Graefing. STUDENT COUNCIL Chosen by the student body, the spirited officers and homeroom delegates of the Student Council work closely together, striving to represent and fulfill the will of the students. The Council consists of 150 members and six officers. President Charles Jacob, Vice President John Haberkern, Secretary Beryl Barmore, and Treasure Clark Mathews were elected to office while Sergeant at Arms, Russ Petro and Parlismentarian, Pat Harrison were appointed. Together they seek to promote democratic principles, maintain Student-faculty relations, strengthen school spirit, increase participation in extra-curricular activities, and to represent the students in the community. Page OO l Page TOO INKSPOTS-FIRST ROW: L. Short, R. Schnappauf, M. Duffy, D. Torney, J. Kroessler, K. Connelly, E. Wachsman. SECOND ROW: T. DeFeIippe, P. Lourekas, C. Mathews, B. Hamilton, J. Shachmudt, C. Kerr, M. Barber, M. Barrett. THIRD ROW: N. Dalton, K. Freeman, S. Barnes, P. Grilli. INKSPOTS "lnkspots," the literary magazine of Garden City High School, is the only real outlet for the creative efforts of G.C. High School students. As assimilation of artwork, photography, music and writing submitted by students either independently or through their subject classes, lnkspots is published annually by a student staff, led this year by Editor Debbie Torney. In addition, staff members learn many facets of the complex process of magazine publication. By providing an opportunity for students to take justifiable pride in their work while learning about publishing and creative technique, "lnkspots" is truly "a magazine for the encouragement of creativity." FOREIGN POLICY FORUM-FIRST ROW: K. Barnaby, M. Levi, Mr. Benosky, E. Riggs, N. Ritter. SECOND ROW: C. Rix, T. Polignani, B. Driscoll, M. Burch, D. Wood, B. Winick. THIRD ROW: M. Bennett, R. Fielsteel, Tom Yannios. FOREIGN POLICY FORUM According to Foreign Policy Forum President Chris Rix, the purpose of F.P.F. is "to provide a forum for the informal expression of student opinion on foreign policy topics, with no restrictions on the topics or political views represented." Once again this year, F.P.F. has fulfilled this purpose in a variety of ways. These have included discussions, guest speakers, and participation in the model U.N. F.P.F. has again provided a stimulating extension of regular curriculum. GEDANKEN DER JUGARD-GERMAN MAGAZINE-FIRST ROW: B. Hillyer, P. Salvie, J. Haberkern, C. Huber, V. Freeman, L. Wright, P. Wieser. SECOND ROW: S. Obrenski, C. Jacob, D. McLellan, J. Witkin, B. Bushmann, B. Eggers. DERDEUTSCHEVERHN If you happen to walk past the meeting room one afternoon and you hear strange sounds, it is probably Der Deutsche Verein, The German Club. Led by President Bruce Hillyer and lVlrs. Dubsky, sponsor, it isa group of about fifty students who get together six times a year to promote the German language and culture. They sing in groups, show movies, ang play games, such as Bingo, in German. Every year the group travels to New York City to see a play or a museum exhibit concerning Germany. Der Deutshe Verein is also responsible for the publication of Gedanken der Jugend, "Thoughts of Youth," the German magazine. DER DEUTSCHE VEREIN-GERMAN CLUB-FIRST ROW: B. Lewis, S. Klepper, S. Metcalf, V. Freeman, L. Ebbets, P. Lewis. SECOND ROW: P. Wieser, J. Koenig, C. Anderson, C. Salvie, B. Riggs, C. Wiegand, L. Gaefing, J. Scott, P. Troutman. THIRD ROW: B. Bushmann, D. lVlcLellan, P. Salvie, lVlrs. Dubsky, G. Whitney, J. Fredricksen, A. Vom Lehn. FOURTH ROW: J. Durkin, R. Firsbie, R. Hecht, B. Hillyer, Nl. Nleisinger, J. Witkin, G. Dohrman. Page lOl CHANTECLER-Fl RST ROW: S. Maclntosh, C. Jenks, Mr. Chanover, C. DeFrance, A. Emmenegger, B. Stecom, D. Clapp. SECOND ROW: N. Alexander, L. Latham, G. House, L. Sabol, L. Kehrt, J. Kamras, J. Weisfuse, S. Costigan. CHANTECLER Twice a month, in room 114, Cynthia De France and Mr. Chanover can be seen presiding over the meetings of the French newspaper, Chantecler. Chantecler is composed of French students from all grades who wish to enhance their knowledge of French and to improve their literary abilities. These students number about 25 and have taken it upon themselves, in their magazine, to "communicate a young people's message to others." Each year, the quantity of students in Chantecler goes up and likewise, the quality of the magazine. To all those who read this magazine, the interest which it generates is evident, and to those who don't, it can be said they are missing an experience. ART COMMITTEE Do the halls of this sacred and most memorable institution seem bright and lively? Yes! Have you ever thought why? All the credit goes to Mr. Blakeney, sponsor, and Sue Tate, president of the Art Committee, for giving us interesting and creative displays of the artistic ability of our fellow students. The highlight of the year for this committee is the Spring Art Show affording students an opportunity to display the art work completed during the year. ART COMMITTEE-FIRST ROW: B. Bambace, S. Tate, W. Hoeffler, S. Gatto, J. Levinson. SECOND ROW: L. Whittle, C. Rydell, S. Barnes, D. Slawter, N. Alexander. THIRD ROW: C. Russo, K. Kologe, B. James, M. Massaglia, A. Joyce, Mr POQ9 102 Blakeney. FOURTH ROW: T. DeFilippe, B. Norell, R. Fieldsteel, L. Zampino. T ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE-FIRST ROW: B. Norell, S. Conhm, K. Foley, M. Gobly, T. Braseth. SECOND ROW: M Duffy, T. Jones, K. Brennan, K. Freeman, M. Schenkel, J. Garrison, J. Trotta, K. Connelly, M. Lane. THIRD ROW: J Hibner, P. Flesch, C. Meyer, M. Findley, P. Triemer, M. Schenkel, D. Leverdiere, M. Lenihan. FOURTH ROW: S. Behrer, J Zinke, P. Lourekas, G. Trakas, R. Rohan, R. Reinen, J. Lallas, B. Barnes. ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE The student body owes many thangs to the Assembly Committee. lf it weren't for these people, so many Fridays would be so much longer. Under the direction of Mary Schenkel, this committee coordinates, introduces, and ushers each assembly. They are also responsible for previewing and evaluating prospective acts. BOOKROOM-FIRST ROW: B. Falk, W. Denby, T. Raskopf, Mrs. Finegan. SECOND ROW: T, Price, B. Christman, J. Danks, T. Hickey. Page IO3 rig .65 Page TO4 ACTIVITY COMMITTEE-G. Carucci, N. Verden, G. Keninger, B. Bambace, A. Marcone, J. Gray, G. Grifhorst, J. Arena, P. McEwen, G. House, L. Garcia, P. Bennis, C. Weigand, P. Lewis, S. Wageaseil, M. Garry, M. Byron, M. Vecchio, P. Horgan, W. Gensel, K. McCarthy, D. Connolly, S, Guisinger, M. Primrose, B. Bursch, J. Weed, D. Schueler, S. Higginson, C. Baker, S. Donnelly, A. Oliver, A. Bowerfind, P. Donovan, K. Kavazajian, P. Rizzi, B. Fex, C. Measell, C. Salvie, K. White, S. Koroluck, B. Kennedy, D. Lynch, D. Capreol, D. Zaino, C. Tulka, P. Coughlin, J. Jackson, T. Kehoe, K. Foley, M. Fuerst, D. Olvany. ACTIVITY COMMITTEE Paperwork, paperwork, and more paperwork!! This is what faces the members of the Activity Committee, headed by Miss Snyder and Pat Lord, they arrange activity cards and ratings keep the permanent records in order, and compile distribution charts in a diligent manner which deserves much credit. RADIO W.G.C.H. Garden City High School had the unique experience this past year of having their own radio station, W.G.C.H., broadcast live music during all lunch periods. These cheerful disc jockeys were always ready to make my special announcements or dedications. Under the leadership of Station Manager Harry Fenik and Program Director John Tebbel, W.G.C.H. had made our lunches just a little bit more enjoyable. WGGH RADIO-BOTTOM: J. Tebbel, H. Fenik, C. Mathews. FIRST ROW: R. Doucette, S. Langelder, L. Zampino, S. Barnes, B. Norell, G. Koch, G. Trakas. SECOND ROW: B. Hiller, P. Vanderbilt, P. Blake, L. Kehrt, R. Frank, Mrs. Stenhouse. THIRD ROW: J. Cordes, R. Dragani, H. Oellrich. if il 'h 2 53 A Phi. eff P, M g, :xp S, LL.. 1 , , , WEEE NL, Sw -,,- Q. ini, Ocfober Z6 Kennedy Our 'Une And Only Ldm nn' -1- l r Chr: 5+II4OS '66 Hr-sl Noon Orlanl' w Sfewarf High School Garden Crfq NEWS C f I .Sluden-ls l-ells us of fha en enma plckef for 'Alarmm Sffuallon Ball new library In H06 Zllqh School Scmor T Faq l Da l April l l JQCk s June l Cooper Friday I5 goes fo class fb6ll6VC if or n I-1 'Y 5 V I I-inl W 5 The, Greafesf Assembly Cfver - The All A fV7Cf'I who '5 February 6 wear' '19 Pai-if fqqers HW' P0345 warrfs Snow DOW. Dmis Senlor March Z7 Resf Cui' Dani? Room March 21 R1of5 I Sensor Pfcmc WM A5T1ssued Aprwf 2 MAST deadline. I June 20 5choof'5 Uuf Jumor Prom TSB 5 J I J Ocfober- 31 Halloween fculurt. The Greed' Blizzard Hon Soc: of '69 Induc Februar-cf q Febr-ua Deafh of General Ezsenhower March 26 Apr1fl6 May 21 Fafher- 5'l'ude.n+ Dauqhfer' Councrf Par!-q Elechons Gr E7 r I n F F E Piave QCC+l 1 amber 5 on Da gHuble'S pr' My fflon 5 1 VY, P Skpfenber .5 Schoof Opens Februaro., 20 GC. plus Hemps-Pea 'In ldhafe Amemcaf' Semorrhs Epidemic hlfs an all flmd high Novembe,rILl Nasquers David Gnd. Lisa func Z5 faduahon , March 31 51' udeml Teacher 'YW ' YW ' Y 1 IT'S ACADEMIC-FIRST ROW: M. Bennett, V. deLuise, P. Grilli. SECOND ROW: D. McCelIan, R. McGuire. REDCROSS One of Garden City High SchooI's most worthwhile clubs is the Junior Red Cross. This club, sponsored by Mrs. Bauer and led by President Ginny Hague, collects money from their annual drive and sends it ot the needy in the United States as well as abroad. RED CROSS: M. Byron, S. Metcalf, K. Darley, C. Dalton, J. Hipp, M. Boyajian, D. Kosowski, B. Johnson, M. Garry, J. Clarkson, D. Clapp, C. MacLeod, K. Kopfh, J. Arena, L. Trotta, B. Bursch, P. Lewis, M. Gibbons, M. Garry, T. Kerr, M. Murphy, M. Neilson, J. Procelli. Page lO5 STUDENT STORE-FIRST ROW: J. Campbell. SECOND ROW: J. Galterio, J. Powell, P. Sobel. THIRD ROW: G. Boszilkov. CHEF'S CLUB Once each week, Nlrs. Niedbalski finds her Home-Ecroom filled with senior boys eagerly waiting to explore the art of cooking, buying food and planning and serving meals. The boys enthusiastically prepare meals which they eat upon completion. At tne end of each ten week session they show-off their culinary skills by preparing a full course meal. The first session officers were Bil Cavagnaro lPres.l and Ron Capreol lSec.-Treasl. Second session officers were John Goodwin lPres.l and Peter Owen lSec.-Treas.l Page iO6 STUDENT STORE One of the most populated areas during lunch is the student store. lt is here that students are able to purchase review books, workbooks, paper, pencils, and other supplies in an aimiable atmosphere and also at a non-commercial rate. Under the leadership of John Crisfield and the sponsorship of lVlrs. Schumacher, the student store provides one of the school's most valuable services. CHEF'S CLUB-FIRST ROW: J. Goodwin, B. Springer, M. Lenihan, B. Holzmaier. SECOND ROW: A. Porianda, G. Hanf, R. Capreol, S. Kasold, W. Johnson. H' X. .iff 'Q STUDENT ACTION MOVEMENT iSAMl--FIRST ROW: B. Riggs, B. Walzerm J. Cuddy, L. Wright, S. Barnes, R. Sehnappauf, L. Short. SECOND ROW: L. Rosano, R. Fieldsteel, P. Grilli, P. McGuire, L. O'Hare, K. Smith, G. Whitney, A. Grilli. S.A.M. According to Student Action Movement President Bill Walzer, S.A.M. tries to "encourage and expand student support of worthwhile activities in the community and beyond and . . . to provide an outlet for responsible action." This year, SAM has sponsored the showing of a film to benefit the New York Urban Coalition, a march to raise funds for the relief of Biafra, and the publication of a response to the charges made in the editorials of the Garden City News. S.A.M. also provides a forum for the debate of divergent political issues. lt has provided an opportunity for students to express their concern by sponsoring discussions with prominent guest speakers, such as State Senator John Dunne. Most important, however, was that it attempted to channel student energy and 55 f ' iii J - Q Y O51 X A ' U' ' gi is K Y' 'gigs idealism into constructive social action. MAGAZINE DRIVE Under the auspices of Mr. Decker and chairman Cathy Guba, the Magazine Drive again breathed new life into the financial soul of G.C. Supplemented in this perennially monumental task of getting students and grades to sell quoto by arduous homeroom captains, and the chairman of accounting, publicity, and prizes, it was again possible to straighten the accounts of the three grades. With the selection of their junior apprentices, the magazine drive was in full swing by late September and with a concerted effort on the part of all those involved, subscriptions rose and in the final tally the sophomores led, followed by the juniors and, in true G.C. tradition, the seniors brought up the rear. 1 ' 1 4 s .5 . fi ii as X MAGAZINE DRIVE-FIRST ROW: K. McCarthy, K. Connelly, P. Harrison, C. Guba, C. Stuart, J. Mitchel, K. Scott. SECOND ROW: Mr. Decker, A. Treiber, V. Freeman, J. Hebrank. i ji JS? 'bi Els 1 4' szgi A Pg, .1 5 Fi iQ TS S. fl 5 .ti , f- Page 707 STUDENT - FACULTY RELATIONS BOARD-FIRST ROW: lVl. Dunford, K. Scott, C. Stuart, J. DeTurnk. SECOND ROW: J. Richards, P. Schlegel, B. Cuddy, W. Dillingham. STUDENT-FACULTY RELATIONS BOARD Twelve students ifour from each gradel chosen by the Student Council meet each week, working to help bridge the gap between students and faculty. The committee, headed by chairman, Paul Schlegel, hopes to institute a worthwhile working relationship between students and faculty where it does not now exist. With cooperation between the students and faculty on the board, they hope to erase any friction between faculty and students. OUILL 84 SCROLL-TOP TO BOTTOM: P. Grilli, V. deLuise, C. Ehmann, J. Cuddy, J. Tebbel, S. Barnes, D. Torney, R. Eggers. NIAJORETTES-FIRST ROW: D. Frost, C. Russo, D. Frost, D. Gorin. SECOND ROW: J. Schuster, L. Cappello, V. Davis, L. Moyer, E. Kamras, J. Waag. COLORGUARD The Color Guard is composed of approximately twelve girls. Co-Captains are Barbara Ozarkiw and Denise Nlonell. The Color Guard has the responsibility of bearing the school and national colors at home football games. They are also ushers for the various band concerts throughout the year. The officers are elected by the members of the group and are responsible for organizing its activities. The group is hard-working and takes pride in the job it has to do. s "W V 'f 4. J . V y Y yyyy . l . Y s. Y Q I 1 j R 5 I - I ..r , fv.w 4 Eff H3555 vi?.s .,, I4, s+f Wig is . 1 . ' 5 ? if , 1 fc ' if . AZ, - .-uw f 'V'- 1 . .. 1 .Q Vw .gl 1 , . ...f"Wfs 5 L Y Q 7 DWL' ebb COLOR GUARD-FIRST ROW: D. Monell, J. Trotta, D. Cannizzaro, E. Steinert, J. Bouton. SECOND ROW: B. Ozarkiw, K. Clifford, S. Christy, P. Birmingham, D. Zembruski. Page lO9 SPANISH CLUB The Spanish Club is open to all students interested in learning about the Spanish speaking peoples. Through visits to city museums and restaurants, this club is learning more about the people rather than just the language. Under the leadership of this year's chairman, Elena Vasquez, the club has attempted to learn some folk dances and cook certain Spanish dishes. ln short, the club tries to verse itself in the Spanish culture. LATIN CLUB The Latin Club is back in the hands of lVlr. Bruni this year. This club is open to all students interested in the classics and specifically studies Rome and modern Italy. Under the careful social eye of Consul Tom Price, a gala Saturnalia feast lRoman style, of coursel is planned at Citizen Jay Madigan's house. l Page llO FRENCH CLUB Le Cerce Francais lFrench Clubl under the sponsorship of Miss Dunlop, had many different experiences during the past year. They have gone on a field trip, eaten a French dinner, and have seen a play. The meetings have been interesting, often featuring guest speakers. The able officers are: President, Mary Killbourn, Vice-President, Cynthia Jenks, Treasurer, Anne Oliver, and Program Chairman, Ann Emmenegger. SOCIAL COMMITTEE The Social Committee is another of those hard-working Student Council standing committees with a thankless job. During the firstsemester, their main endeavor is the Winter Wonderland Ball. Later, the Social Committee organizes the soc-hops and the Student Council Induction Tea. Co-Chairman Jane Sokolich and Kathy Brennan with Miss Murphy have brought the Social Committee to the end of a successful year. Page ill STUDIO ORCHESTRA-FIRST ROW: J. Pohl, J. Levinson, J. Weisfuse, P. Munckenbech, V. Muller, L. Herbst, L. Wright, G. Carraine, M. Painter. SECOND ROW: D. Timmons, V. DeLuise, J. Desch, A. Rhodes, R. Colahan, M: Eberle, B. Quinn, M. Pender, D. Holman, S. Rainie, P. Suda, l. Young, P. DiPietro, J. Shachmut. THIRD ROW: D. McClellan, R. Koch, A. Heubner, W. Fleri, J. Allen, B. Simpson, R. Hughes, N. Martini, D. Hedwig, L. Latham, J. Vern, B. Kirby, D. Koelsch, J, Tesh, D: Waterson, J. Braaten. DRUMS: J. Collins, J. Cuddy, S. Stuart, B. Bates. STUDIO ORCHESTRA This lively group of people represents the Studio Orchestra, comprised of select Band members and the members of the Orchestra. What do they do, you ask? Why, only play the sweetest orchestra music this side of heaven. And if you attended the Christmas concert, you would have known that. If you attended the Winter concert, you also would know that this group joined with the Community Orchestra to create the sweetest music this side of the generation gap. With meetings only twice a week, they must be a talented group of musicians, l can hear you say. Well, at least I didn't have to tell you that. BAND This year the Band enjoyed another characteristically fine year. Both the Christmas and Winter concerts were well received by the audiences, and the performances by the Band and Majorettes during the football season were once more pleasing both to the eye and ear of the listener. This year the seniors in the Band worked hard to sell tickets, make posters, and promote the concerts, thereby inspiring the sophomores and juniors to new heights. President Alex Rhodes and Vice-president Vincent deLuise did the scripts and announcing for the Christmas, Winter, and Memorial eve concerts, while secretary Lorna Wright and Librarians Marilyn Painter and Gloria Carraine worked overtime after school to organize the many other details that make up the Band's fine concerts. Congratulations to the entire Band for another fine year. Page H2 BAND-FIRST ROW: M. Painter, G. Carraine, L. Wright, L. Herbst, V. Muller, L. Lahman, D. Stuart, l. Young, P. DiPietro. SECOND ROW: V. DeLuise, J. Desch, A. Rhodes lPresl, K. Buck, B. Lee, R. Colahan, M. Eberle, M. Gillen, P. Suda, M. Pender, D. Holman, S. Rainie. THIRD ROW: D. McClellan, R. Koch, A. Heubner, W. Fleri, D. Koelsch, D. Waterson, J. Braaten, J. Tesh, J. Makely, B. Quinn, B. Buehler, L. Latham, R. Hughes, N. Martini. FOURTH ROW: H. Kole, B. Hazel, K. Smith, L. Muench. FIFTH ROW: J. Callins, J. Shachmut, J. Cuddy, S. Stuart, J. Allen, B. Kirby, B. Bates, J. Herbst, J. Duffy, M. Athens, J. Byrne, B. Simpson. W i 4 f i , I Z f 4 1 ' I ' 5 ?, 9 ? f 2 i I 4 I f, , I I 1 ""A CHAMBER STRINGS-LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Pohl, J. Levinson, J. Weisfuse, P. Munchenbech, S. Stuart, D. Timmons, J. Shachmut. STAGE BAND What's your preference? Swing, rock, cool, jazz, African Jazz, Dixieland, the new sound of "Doc" Severinsen? Whatever your taste, the Stage Band can land doesl play it. Under the direction of Mr. Chadderdon, this group meets once a week to practice their infinite variety of jazz. And once a year in April, the Stage Band presents its unique sound to the school. This year, the stage band assembly was as exciting and exhilarating as ever. That "big band" sound from a group of less than twenty is not impossible. And anyone who thinks so hasn't heard our Stage Band. and STAGE BAND-FIRST ROW: B. Quinn, V. DeLuise, S. Rainie, J. Desch, M. Pender. SECOND ROW: B. Bates, J. Braaten, D. Waterson. THIRD ROW: S. Stuart, R. Hughes, N. Martini, D. Hedwig, B. Simpson, L. Latham. AT PIANO: P. Di Pietro, J. Shachmut. Page H3 CONCERT CHOIR Under the direction of Mr. Konowitz and President Scott Varga, Concert Choir has achieved musical excellence this year. The Christmas presentation of Handel's Messiah and the Spring Concert of Beethoven and Brubeck have proven their high quality of Music. Concert Choir is the most selective of the school choruses employing approximately 180 students. MIXED CHORUS The motto of lVlixed Chorus, "We try harder," reflects the eagerness of its members. Its objectives are not only to perform in the Christmas and Spring Concerts, but also to learn the fundamentals of music. Conducted by Miss Lockridge, the group meets daily during sixth period. President Chris Ehmann sees to the mechanics of the organization. This year Mixed Chorus added a performance to its yearly agenda by demonstrating "Experimental Music" in the Choral Festival. Page H4 MIXED CHORUS-FIRST ROW: E. Steinert, J. Bouton, S. Curtis, D. Brandin, D. Jenkins, J. Rosato, S. Stritzinger, B. Gengarelli, R. Puccio, A. Arcieri, D. Kroessler, H. Breen, S. Klepper, M. Sutcliffe, M. Croasdale. SECOND ROW: S. Peck, J. Christiansen, R. Murbach, P. Donovan, S. Schlageter, T. Martini, R. Tedesco, T. Brosnan, P. Fagan, T. Harlow, S. Kasold, B. Thater, K. Kane, R. Doucette, M. Goodwin, J. Preston, P. Keiminski, J. Sray, N. Yerden, A. Marcone. THIRD ROW: K. Gorman, C. Tulka, C. Tiderman, J. Kirchhofer, l. Venson, R. Brew, K. White, D. Macalouso, S. Pech, B. Beeckman, L. Rieger, L. McAuIey, J. Steitz, L. Crape, D. Maksim, M. DiPierro, R. McTernan. FOURTH ROW: T. Kehoe, G. Silvestri, N. Rosenblum, K, Smith, L. Sabol, E. Kelly, M. Delaporte, L. Kehrt, L. Graefing, P. Doyle. CELESTONES-FIRST ROW: M. Kuhn, S. Scribner, B. Barmore, E. Monaco, D. Monell, M. Barrett. SECOND ROW: S. Conlin, B. Bambace, K. Freeman, K. Kavazannian, P. Lord, P. Fries. THIRD ROW: C. Sackman, C. Kerr, R. Schnappauf, C. Guba, C. Tiderman. CELESTONES The most selective choral group in the high school is the Celestones. Composed of Junior and Senior girls under the direction of President Cathy Guba, Vice President Kathy Kavanzanjian, Secretary4Treasurer Pat Lord, and Mr. Konowitz, the Celestones perform with the other choral organizations at concerts and on various other occasions. The girls meet several times a week to rehearse everything from popular music to improvisations. T 'ai ... n. K Tiki ws G. C. GENTS-FIRST ROW: B. Ticho, M. Corrigan, W. Prevelegianos, R. Dragani, R. Cook, D. Matters. SECOND ROW: B. Dwyer, J. Smith, B. Voelker, D. Sheridan, C. Kelly, T. Venir, K. Duggan. THIRD ROW: T. Barnes, D. Ripkin, D. McEvoy, M. Geary, G. Gasparello, S. Driscoll, M. Carty. FOURTH ROW: M, Denehy, R. Thurber, D. Duba, J. comes, T. iviceiroy. ' f . i kd, x . GlRL'S CHORUS--FIRST ROW: J. Clarkson, K. Genna, L. Hewitt, J. Chase, D. Pugliese, S. Haggen, K. Goldfuss, D. Donnelly, D. Cannizzaro, L. Trotta, L. Duba. SECOND ROW: E. Flanagan, K. Bach, P. Hendrickson, L. Schmeelk, S. Beilby, S. Davidson, P. Searles, A. Guild, L. Richberg, P. Farris, K. Simon. Page ll5 INITIATED MASOUERS-FIRST ROW: M. Blanchard, T. Coyle, B. Torney, C. Connelly, J. Kroessler, J. Duggan, P. Fries G. Grifhorst, C. Lemron, J. Scott, M. Duffy, P. Brancato, D. Fellows, J. Garrison, R. Tedesco. SECOND ROW: K. Brennan C. Baker, B. Bursch, M. Fuerst, J. Arena, K. Freeman, P. Flesh, B. Lewis, G. Carraine, B. Fox, K. McCarthy, C. Ehlers, J Johnson, D. Rudansky. THIRD ROW: A. Fasciani, C. Mera, M. Schenkel, D. Clapp, B. Small, A. Jones, L. Mayer, K O'Donnell, M. Primrose, G. Munro, D. Laverdier, D. Englis, B. Stacom, P. Lord. FOURTH ROW: B. Lewis, B. Springer, P Owen, M. Lenihan, P. Maksim, N. Moir, J. Young, M. Neilson, M. Lane, R. Rossetti, L. Kehrt, J. Tebbel, C. Jenks, B Bretnall, C. Gatto, C. DeFrance. FIFTH ROW: M. Schenkel, J. Wytzka, P. Smith, A. Sewell, G. Trakas, P. McEwen, J Sherry, K. Rohan, D. DeWerth, S. Williams, L. Trotta, C. Jacob. MASQUERS Our illustrious thespian society, Masquers, is one of the most successful organizations of our school. As their first play, Masquers accepted quite a challenge in the production of David and Lisa. However, as usual, they did an excellent job especially with the use of Mulit-media. As their second production Masquers has put on the musical comedy Once Upon a Mattress. This play also was quite a success. Masquers is sponsored by Mr. Spiers, Mr. Mckaharay and Miss Gonya, but it is primarily student directed by President Gail Grifhorst, Vice-President Carol Lemrow, Secretary Pam Fries, and Treasurer Jim Duggan. Dramatics not only involves those who are seen acting but countless people backstage. All this takes dedicated people of which Masquers has many. Page 716 Page 777 fr ff t ONCE UPON A MATTRESS Page HO 'f Page 720 "'-Jia v' Page 721 Page i22 HONOR SOCIETY - OLD MEMBERS-FIRST ROW: V. DeLuise, B. Dillingham, C. Guba, D. Dieterich, M. Mather, P. Wieser. SECOND ROW: P. Forker, B. Hillyer, L. Wright, L. Rainie, E. Du Bois, B. Walzer, C. De France. THIRD ROW: C. Wolchek, M. Ludwig, P, Michails, T. Helmus, J. Haberkern, B. Ozarkiw. ABSENT: Ellen Gewert, Robert Hecht, Carolyn McNanie, Darleen Melis, Chris Wenk. HONOR SOCIETY Scholarship, leadership, citizenship, and service are the qualities that this society demands from its members. Pres. Doug Dieterich, V.P. Vincent de Louise, Sec. Cathy Guba, and Treas. Bill Dillingham have worked this year to make the Society more of a school service organization. ln addition to enjoying their justly earned special priviledges, the Society prepares the honor roll boards each quarter and writes letters of congratulations to parents of honor roll students. The members also serve on the Honor Society Tutoring Program where their services are offered to students of all grade levels. NEW HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS-Robert Alvey, Beryl Barmore, Michael Bennett, Mary Blanchard, .lack Braaten, Beverly Bretnall, Gloria Carraine, Robert Colan, Kathleen Connelly, Brian C. Cuddy, John Cuddy, Eugenie Dieringer, Priscilla Duff, Malachy Duffy, Robert Eggers, Anne Emmenegger, Richard Flanagan, Edward Fleri, Peter Forshay, Katherine Freeman, Edward Goodwilliel Gail Grifhorst, Peter Grilli, Valerie Guinan, Patricia Harrison, James Henderson, Phil Hieter, Charles Jacob, Cynthia Kerr, Mary Kilbourn, Christopher Kopf, Jeffrey Kroessler, Jeffrey Lallas, Mark Landsman, Helen Lord, Peter Lourekas, Karen McCarthy, Teresa McGlone, Paul McGuire, David McLellan, Jeanne Mitchell, Louise Moore, Joyce Nimmich, Jane Northdurft, Nancy Oosterom, Mary Pansini, Jane Pohl, Shep Rainie, Mary Randi, Alex Rhodes, Carol Rydell, Christine Salvie, Paul Sanzo, Catherine Scott, Dexter Senft, Jeffrey Shachmut, Theodore Shemella, Deborah Slawter, Deborah Sorace, Cathy Stuart, Susan Tate, Judith Weisfuse, Leslie Whittle, Craig Woodcock, Thomas Yannios. Q1 I . N-,Amy I MM . in FOLKSONG CLUB Twice every month, Room 100 takes on a different sound when the Folksong Club inhabits it. This popular club provides a chance for any student to perform casually before a small group. To satisfy those who enjoy performing in front of a large audience, Miss Kendall and President Peggy Manley have organized as assembly again this year. STEERING COMMITTEE Most everyone who has ever gone through our fair high school has had some type of complaint with the charter of our student government. The place to start a change is the Steering Committee. This standing committee, chaired by Bill Walzer, is responsible for recommending new legislation, amendments to the constitution, and review of the charters. STEERING COMMITTEE-FIRST ROW: K. O'Brian, D. Fieldsteel, W. Walzer, J. Weed, J. Redmond. SECOND ROW: W. Fitzpatrick, L. Camesas, P. Sanzo. Page 123 Page 724 ln-...--.L FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA-FIRST ROW: M. Gagliardo, G. Sammon, S. Metcalf, P. Johnson, D. Clapp, T. Martin. SECOND ROW: C. Conti, C. Giordano, P. Rizzi, J. Sokolich, P. Duff, B. Egan, M. Gibbons, H. Cole. THIRD ROW: R. Heald, L. Herbst. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Because of this year's interesting programs and speakers, and also because of the able leadership of F.T.A.'s President, Priscilla Duff, room 144, meeting place of F.T.A., has been filled to capacity every toher Tuesday afternoon. Other officers are: Jane Sokolich-Vice President: Barbara Egan-Secretary: Chris Salvie-Treasurer: and Ann Sewell-Program Chairman. Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Schnaubelt, F.T.A. provides the opportunity for all members to work as teacher's aides both in this school and in the Garden City grammar schools. ELECTION COMMITTEE One of the student Council's most important committees is the election committee. It's members are responsible for ap-proving petitions, posters, and speeches, and supervising the campaign and the election. This year chairman Kathy Connelly divided the committee into four sub-committees, each to cover a separate phase of our democratic procedures. The able sponsor of this committee, Mr. Dolan, did an outstanding job this year, as always. ELECTION COMMITTEE-FIRST ROW: L. Harder, S. Banks, C. Sauer, C. Sackman. SECOND ROW: J. Casale, J. Schweitzer, P. Gilligan, J. Madigan, C. Stuart, G. Jenks, C. Salvie, A. Emmeneger, E. Dieringer, M. Pansini, S. Macintosh, L. Graefing, V. Alexander, L. Anderson. THIRD ROW: T. Jones, R. Doucette, M. Clemens, M. Fuerst, B. Savarese, P. Maksim, E. Steinert, G. Munro, L. Garcia, T. McGlone, M. Kilbourn, M. Massagliag FOURTH ROW: C. Measell, S. Higginson, P. Olvaney, A. Vom Lehm, M. Hutchinson, M. Lenihan. BIOLOGY CLUB FIRST ROW S Metcalf M Gagllardo L Ebbets SECOND ROW Mr Richmond R Brygldeo B Bocclo F Gulubertn THIRD ROW K Dean R Draganl T Cordes CHEMISTRY CLUB FIRST ROW J Prestl S Wagensell Mr Rossen Brandln M Pansml Schnappauf SECOND ROW M Clemens J Bullmeler M Melsmger S Faurgrleve N Dalton i 52255 5511? iii nf ' ii 1 f wif 23? 2 5 ge 'Q me Q. 1,1 1, MT' 5, In If, , 525 5 Ai .Q 5 'li If ' 1 ,IQ I gif I ma MATHLETES-FIRST ROW: J. Henderson, N. Ross, H. Cole. SECOND ROW: R. NlcGuire, V. DeLuise, lVl. Pansini. MATHLETES Once a month, Garden City is represented in competitive math contests by lVlathletes. Led by Co-Captains Jim Henderson and Vinny deLuise, these students have the advantage of learning and having fun at the same time. Open to all those have a desire to compete in mathematics, Nlathletes provides with an opportunity to test their mathematical prowess in length in problems 4 to 7 minutes. Under the constant scrutiny of lVlr. Biviano, G.C. has always "fielded" a well-balanced team and a formidable opponent to the opposing sides. This year was no exception. Far too little credit was given to the hard-working students and their faithful sponsor. Page i26 BUDGET COMMITTEE-FIRST ROW: D. Ryan, E. Youngkin, D. Abbot, J. Logan, T. Hannon. SECOND ROW: B. Walzer, W. Fitzpatrick, S. Fairgrieve. CHESS CLUB The members of the Chess Club have one thing in common- an unending desire to test their graymatter by playing chess. Under the leadership of Mr. Walter, the club meets weekly in its headquarters, room 210. President Bill Hoyt, assisted by Vice President Bill Troha and Sec.-Treas. Craig Woodcock, conducts the meetings. The main triumpf is the school-wide tournament held in the second semester. Man Lai King Committee-N. Massaglia, J, Weisfuse, N. Oosterom. MAN LAI KING COMMITTEE The Man Lai King Committee, under the sponsorship of Mr. Tegnell, has the important job of acting as the school's representative to Man Lai King, our foster child. Under the leadership of Nancy Oosterom and Darleen Melis, the club sends our gifts, letters, and money to Man Lai King. This interested group of students is also responsible for seeing that the school is informed of Man Lai King and her activities. Page l27 INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE-FIRST ROW: L.. Whittle, A. Treiber, B. Horstmeyer, J. Gilman, D. Sims, P. Eggers, J. Mitchell. SECOND ROW: D. McClelland, N. Oosterom, P. Harrison, C. Guba, K. Scott, S. Rainie. THIRD ROW: S. Varga, B. Lewis, R. Hieter, P. Forshay. ECHO Once again this year, the "Echo", our school newspaper, provided us with accurate and balanced coverage of school news, stimulating and informative features, and colorful and knowledgeable athletic commentary. This has been done within the context of an incisive editorial policy which seeks to instruct staff members in the fundamentals of responsible journalism as well as to install a proper respect for the role of the press in a free society. With a staff of approximately forty, "Echo" is at the same time, one of the larger and more important of the activities of Garden City High School. Senior Editors John Cuddy, Peter Grilli, and Vinny deLuise deserve credit for producing a paper both topical and unbiased. ECHO-FI RST ROW: H. Cole, P. Grilli, J. Cuddy, L. Wright, P. IVIcGuire, C. Jenks. SECOND ROW: P. Confort, L. Jones, C. Sauer, E. Dieringer, S. Nlclntosh, M. Massaglia. THIRD ROW: L. Graefing, M. P099 728 Beradino, R. McGuire, IVI. Kilbourn, J. O'Hare. FOURTH ROW: R. Doucette, C. Ehmann. HIDDEN: C. Woodcock, V. Feri. UPSIDE DOWN: V. deLuise. SCB-FIRST ROW: B. Horstmann, C. Guba, C. Wolchek, C. Jenks, M. Blanchard, E. Gevvert, P. Duff, P. Rizzi, S. Hamlin, C. Mera, C. DeFrance, G. Grifhorst, P. Iredell, C. Connelly. J. Sherry. SECOND ROW: N. Oosterom, M. Ludwig, M. Kilbourn, IVI. Schenkel, N. Alexander, P. Harrison, L. Rainie lPres.l, D. Dietrich IV.P.l, C. Lemrow, L. Garcia, B. Ozarkiw, P. Wieser, D. Whitman, B. Bretnall. THIRD ROW: T. Helmus, E. Goodwillie, P. Hieter, D. Holman, J. Garnett, G. Lauro, S. Rainie, J. Henderson, J. MacFarlane, J. Goodwin, B. Dillingham, T. Marrin, J. Eisen, D. Edwards, B. Schumacher, B. DeFliese, J. Regan, S. Albigese, D. Boyle. S.C.B. The Student Citizenship Board, most often referred to as the S.C.B., is one of the most valuable service activities at Garden City High School. Charged with enforcing school rules and coordinating the attendance system, members of the S.C.B. are chosen by a student faculty committee on the basis of scholarship and responsiblity. The S.C.B. tries to set standards for student conduct as well as relieving teachers of the burden of attendance paper work. lt is difficult to imagine the school functioning efficiently without the S.C.B. In the words of President Lee Rainie, "lt is an honor to be selected and will continue to be." The S.C.B. has a long tradition of service to our school. ORIENTATION COMMITTEE A school such as G.C. High can be very lonely to a new student. It is the job of the Student Orientation committee to see to it that these students become acquainted with our school. Through the able and friendly leadership of President Cindy Sauer and Mr. Horton, the first few days of high school life are much easier. Page 129 cf Page 130 FIRST ROW: B. Savarese, D. Abbott, P. Eggers, S. Rainie, B. Horstmeyer, D. Boland, J. Amoto. SECOND ROW: K. O'Donojue, J. Billmeier. JUNIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD The Junior Class Executive Board is one of the hardest working organizations in our school. Through the efforts of these students, the Junior Prom in June will become a success. Led by President Shep Rainie, Vice-President, Diana Sims, Secretary. Patty Eggers, Treasurer Dede Venables, social chairman Betty Horstmeyer, and of course IVIr. Bennetter, the junior class vviII make its prom one ofthe best G.C. High has ever seen. SOPHOMOREEXECUHVEBOARD Even though the Sophomore Executive Board does not have a Prom to dedicate their time to, they have found other ways to be useful to the school and community. Under the direction of "Doc" Borut and Dave Winningham, the Executive Board has planned a party for an orphanage along with its regular duties. f E , was 4,42 f g 2 3. FIRST ROW: M. Gelman, W. Hoeffler. SECOND ROW: C. Heingartner, T. Braseth, S. Peck, J. Mendes, D. Lundborg, K. Culkin. THIRD ROW: D. Winningham, B. Wilson, R, Ernslie. 13,13 Page 137 vga , is an S Page 132 Hr 2 Page 134 I ,E v nb' 5 P 'Sw Q rg- T 5. 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Wi: W2 free .Liam Y--Ff'..2'ifzTytD' 'ftiftv 511' ' fir sz if 523 'T WQKQ? -I L21 2, I. ' k I bU'Il1i U- 41 l Clif-1 vvxtu A aauuuee Us , mm-tsmftft new Mmm in new fgjinwgd cn wa: no fQV 0r New f '53 Wd? ' ,iff Q, Vg. 51 '55 bb f2iUs. if x jim ,uw XX ,f ,P-54 N. BQYS SPCRTS FIRST ROW: B. Daly, B. Schumacher, D. Venier. SECOND ROW: P. Connor, S. Nlalfetano, R. Cook. BCYS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION TENNI BOTTOM LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Keyes, J. Klop, B. Colan, C. Woodcock, C. Nason, A. Rhodes. TOP LEFT TO RIGHT: H. Oellrlch J. Cooper, B. Owen, B. Kerler, J. Garvey. After posting a 6-6 record in 1968 the Garden City Tennis Team had a disappointing record of 4-8 this year. The depth that was first thought to be present was not and the Trogan Racqueteers fell to 5th in a seven team league. This league includes such powers as Great Neck's North and South and Port Washington and the winner of this league usually emerges as state champ. Five of the ten Varsity players graduate this year so Coach Corbridge is faced with rebuilding from scratch. This years lineup included: Capt. John Garvey, Bob Colan, Bob Kerler, Jack Cooper, next year's Capt. Dan Keyes, and Alex Rhodes Page l4l lfi.. "':'xx. E f Li lil" iw will 19" f ffm W 'M-r 3.--+ fe. . Q .. ff!! ROW: J. OND xen, R. Veil. SEC Fo abe, D. cC Cervini, E. Dell, C. Orr, P. Talty, K. Flanagan, K. M GHT: J. LEFT TO Rl TOP B Deflies, B. arris, HH ROW THIRD R. Kean. i, D. O'Brien, B. Douglas, ubbell, C. Rean, R. Puk, B. Prinz Regan, Jr. H cFarland, R. ROW: J. M man, P. Connors, B. Daily, J. Gallager, T. Raskopf. FOURTH Maclnearny, D. Hol Iingham, J. Dil Marrin, L. Rainie, D. mpino, J Sterling, J, Eisen, T. Za Larry ain Porto, S. Albigese, Co-Captain Dave Venier, Co-Capt Dieterich, D. Sheridan. FCOTBALL The football team managed to duplicate last year's record. lnjuries and apathy plagued what should have been a good team. The schedule was unusually tough this year. lt included three teams in Nassau County's top ten and head-to head confrontation with the Thorpe Award winner, Skip Macholtz of Bethpage, who Coach King calls "the best back since Jimmy Brown." Highlights of the season were the line play of Bob DeFliese, Bill Dillingham, capt. Larry Zampino, Rich Porto, and Pete Talty who was given All-Division Honors at tackle. Standout backs were capt. Dave Venier, Bill Daly, Chris Rix, and Geoff Hubble. Probably, the most exciting moment of the season was the combined effort of D.E. Dana Sheridan and safety Lee Rainie, Rainie blocked a punt late in the Kennedy game as Sheridan recovered it in the end zone. Kennedy then marched down the field only to be stopped in the final seconds by Doug Dietrich's fumble recovery. The injuries of Paul Connor, Bill Harris, Bob DeFIise, John NlacFarlane, Larry Zampino, Pete Talty, Bill Schumacher, and Lee Flainie halted the team. No cohesive unit could be organized with such hardships. SCORES Garden City Opponent O .......... ..... l Southl 6 0 .... . . . .lBethpagel 26 6 .... .... l Nlineolal 28 21 ...lKennedyl 18 13 . . . ..... lPortl 39 0 .... ..... l Northl 14 7 . . .... lSyossetl 44 14 . . . .... llVlanhassetl 14 Page 143 Page 144 Page 745 A R hodes, cosia, Ni patrick, K. Gannon, R. h e, R. Shemella, N. Fitz OC S.K D: D. Foxen, R. Cornwell, J. Haberkern, SEATE ini, B. Voelker, J, Eisen, D. I'V Ce u re, G. Boszilkov, R. Digan, P. Talty, J. cG RM evv. STANDING B. Fitzpatrick, D. Nlerrih Nesselhauf, R. Colletta J ith, Sm WRESTLING With high hopes for this years season after last year's division champs, the grapplers did not live up to expectations. With the loss of Dave Venier, Doug Dietrich, Jim Yates, Russ Petro, and Tim lVlarrin, team balance could not be achieved, Weight classes were shuffled and often a wrestler had to wrestle above his weight class. Pete Talty, in the heavyweight division, provided much of the excinnent of each rnatch as he conshtendy pinned opponents Other strong grapplers were Dave Foxen, John Haberkern, capt. Brian Fitzpatrick, Niel Fitzpatrick, and George Boszilkov. Page i117 4aE95E?5?ei ew,-Q, w 4:52 f?14"?f15'fuaf awww ww, ,M-v"" .12QgfQgfS'sfgii2:2+Qi?2l '-'gi'zg:ff,QQQsw2q' lefgfflbgiq 1 X14f.g3gii2ii2"" . A ., . . . . .. .uMn..X.w7 . wzimwgiazaisirfziHiffgwigliwiiw , ' - - . I A " ' ' i' f ..' 9- 9 'f,5:':i-i"L:'EfXY- r f 2. ,m u 3 1 '5 1fQ?fTlif ' k ' ' " Z K K J, U . 3:51, 3.-fm: X3f"Si55i5,ggM w .A fMef1,:f,1: -f Page 148 .+ve Page 140 odvvillie. Co turreson, E. ner, H. Hoke, L. S an ers, D. K 99 haels, J. Yates, B. E enk, P. Mic urekas, C. W Lo F RST ROW: P. tto, H. Sheehy. dy, P. Hieter, P. Carlson, C. O ud erkern, S. Nlalfetano, D. Koenig, B. C ab Berardino, J. H W:iVI RO SECOND teen, J. Nlalfetano, Fi. Heine, L. Kind, D. deSaIvo, S. Tobias, S. Rainie, P. Forshay. J.S THIRD ROW SOCCER Once again only mediocre, the soccer team did far better than the football team. Hoping to get off to a quick start against relatively weak opponents, the Trojans found scoring to be the hardest part. The line was composed of John lVlalfetano, Lennart Sturreson, and Co-Captains Jim Yates and Bob Eggers. Dick Hein, who was the sixth best lineman in the county and was a shoo-in for All-Division and North Shore honors. Stand-out half-backs were Hank Hoke, Paul Michaels and John Haberkern lbetween injuriesl. Highlights of the season were the 6-0 and 3-O defeats against Great Neck South and an exciting 1-0 defeat of Great Neck North. The Trojans lost two heartbreakers, one to Kennedy in overtime, and another to Port Washington on a penalty kick. These heartbreaks seemed to be the order in this disappointing fall season. Page 751 P. Wellenberger, H. Sheehy, hurnacher. SECON D ROW Sc Schlegal, B. L. Rainie, P M. Berardino, FIRST ROW: C. Nliller, hanan,' B. Jennings, M. gane, B. Kelly, A. Buc 59 WV.B RO THIRD W. J. Gallagher, G Lauro, E Youngkin, C. Hordlo Dalton. BASKETBALL In keeping with the year's senior class tradition in sports, the basketball team fared poorly, with the only playing experience in the person of 6'3" center, Bill Schumacher. The young team, with only five seniors, had occasional spots of good play, but it fell victim to the G.C. choke more often than not. Schumacher contracted a kidney disease and was lost for most of the non-league season. His absence was apparent as G.C. lost the first game by a 2-point margin. Even when Schumacher returned, he was greeted by the prolific scoring of Westbury with stars Ed Azkiw and Denis Duval. The league season started off with a bang when, with one second left, Schumacher scored against Kennedy for a 44-42 victory. The next Mineola game proved disastrous as capt. Lee Rainie sustained a concussion and was rushed to the hospital, and lost for several weeks. County champ, G.N. North with Star Phil Hankenson handled the loopers easily. With Coach Hordlow shuffling line-ups, a winning combination was found for the second game against Mineola. Junior guard, Vinny Biggane led the team with 21 points and proved to be the court the rest of the season. Conshtent performances were turned by guard, Paul Schlegel, forward, Mike Berardino and late-comer, Mike Rix. Poge 153 Page 155 RIFLERY Page l56 SEATED: F. Dugan, P. Johnson, V. Goepfert, A. Porianda, R. Thurber. STANDING: B. Barnes, R. Lim, J. Kelly, lVlr. Cunningham. RIFLE TEAM '68-'69 Under the direction of Coach Robert Cunningham this years Rifle Team finished a fair season with a record of seven wins and five losses. The disheartning losses were generally close decisions. The "Top Guns" this year were, seniors, Capt. Vic Goepfert, Allen Porrianda, and junior Page Johnson. Having gained much experience, next years team looks forward to a first place championship. TRACK -'vi is Ell- J-T33 1969 TRACK TEAM Repeating last year's division ll track cham 'nslnp will be a tough goal for this year's track team, but with many returning lettermen, our hopes o. success are high. Sprints are exceptionally strong this year with co-captains Rich Rossetti and Paul Connor returning. John Eisen will lead the hurdlers along with lChris andfor Rich Keanel and sophomore John Harris who looked very promising in indoor track. Rich Fitzsimmins, Paul Sanzo, and George Boyogian are hoping to improve, upon past records in the quarter mile. Our strongest half-miler will be Tom Kelly. Leading the milers and two-milers will be co-captain Scott Fairgrieves, with some potentially good runners backing him up. Pole vault will also be exceptionally strong with experienced jumpers Dick Boyle, Bill Brady, and Dan Smith. Once again our high jump strength depends upon Jim Getchell as well as juniors Al Buchanan, and John Tesh and sophomore Greg Clausen. The long and triple jumps may prove to be a pleasant surprise with some work on the part of juniors Dexter Senft, and Rich Williams, All in all, the team looks strong in several areas and with some hard work it may prove to be another winner. Page 757 BOWLING Page l58 SEATED: N. Nlartin, R. Georgetti, D. Nluller, H. Oellrich, J. Nickoloff. STANDING: B. Schmidt, G. Koch, R. Cooney, D. Senft, R, Lynn, lVlr. Slocombe. The 1969 season was a year of rebuilding for the bowling team. Only Bill Schmidt had returned from last years almost successful varsity team. Senior Don lVluller and juniors, Dexter Senft, Bob Georgetti, Bill Hollingsworth, John Nickoloff, Harry Oellrich, and Neil lVlartin, were the rest of the varsity team. The latter six will probably form the basis of next year's team that should improve on a record that showed no matches and only three games won. Often games that appeared to bw won were eventually lost due to inexperience. Dexter Senft had the high average at 159, but was beated by Neil Martin who had high game at 215 and high series at 521. GYM NASTICS 'KH 1.1. .f U -MHS K AEN 0 0 . I S QEN J I Jllgy it QQEN l BADEN FIRST ROW: P. Forshay, l. Reke, S. Greinen, D. Boyle, B. Brady, P. Malmquist, J. Garnett. SECOND ROW: D. Kroessler, S. Cukierski, B. Denigris, B. Dean, J. Horton, D. Condelli, E. Muller. THIRD ROW: P. DePietro, F. Ervesant, M. Lane, L. Rossano, G. Whitney, P. Wong. FOURTH ROW: S. Griffis, F. Fort, E. Vogler, J. Wenk, Y. Not, F. Drosus. GYMNASTICS Once again because of the great interest in gymnastics it will continue as an after school activity. Although we are unable to put on another demonstration this year, the time will be used to develop new skills for another demonstration next year. Developing their skills on the balance beam will be Kathy Brennan, Janet Madigan and Cath'y Stuart with Devon Draffen, Elenor Monaco and Debbie Abbott exhibiting their skills on the uneven parallel bars and side horse. Many others will be working hard to equal the feats of last year's gymnastics team. A if Page 759 LACROSSE xml ff Kee iw LACROSSE-FIRST ROW: B. Schumacher, S. Albigese, D. Dieterich, R. Porto, P. Boger, D. Venier, J. Bassani, T. Price, J. Goodwin, T. Marrin. SECOND ROW: J. MacFarlane, E. Rombach, D. Stevenson, B. Cook, R. Vail, P. Dell, G. Hubbel, K. McCabe, J. Sullivan, M. Cijansky. THIRD ROW: R. Cohn, S. Cenker, B. Frisbie, H. Draffen, T. Nolan, J. Duffy, T. Kavazanjian, T. Veniek, R. Rullman, lVIr. Silvestri. l With only two members returning from last year's golf team, this year will most probably be a constructive one. Roy Reinen and Tom Santangelo, the two second-year men, have been designated as co-captains for the 1969 golf season. This year a comparatively large group of boys turned out for the team tryouts. Since there are only six team openings, selection is highly competitive. ln addition to the two captains, there are a few good prospects in both the junior and sophomore grades. The team will play twenty matches against ten other schools on their respective golf courses. Page l6O Nlr. Steen, D. Jenkins, R. Lynn, S Greiner, B. Cuddy, D. Guida, D NlcEvoy, R, Simpson, B. Georgetti, T Foran. GOLF in Aw , ' ,pt miivffw, ,Qn---..y.-...- M--ha.-nm-.w,..g. BASEBALL Page l62 FIRST ROW: J. Haberkern, J. Malfetano, L. Rainie, B. Deflise, S. Cornnachia, R. Holmes, J. Sterling. SECOND ROW: B. Prinzi, S. lVlalfetano, D. Jennings, R. Roy, K. O'Donoghue, J. Nickoloff. THIRD ROW: P. Berardino, G. Koch, B. Daley, R. O'Brien, P. Michaels, lVlr. Riffle. Prospects for this year's baseball team are much better than in previous years. After the loss of only two seniors, the team is well-balanced and most important of all, experienced. The defense should be strong with John Nlalfetano at third, Bill Daly at short, and Co-captains Lee Ralnie and Bob Defelise at second and first. Not only will these four be a tight infield, but most of the hitting will come from them, and catcher Jim Sterling and outfielders Russ Holmes and Rich O'Brien. Barring unforseen injuries and if the pitching of "no-hit" Steve Cornaccia and Bill Douglas holds up, the team will be the best in quite a long time. Coach Riffle has high hopes for his squad. They have the depth his other teams seemed to have lacked. CROSS COUNTRY yfgffz - 5 f This year's Cross Country team was basically a rebuilding year for the Trojans. Many of its runners were inexperienced and were not accustomed to running the 2M mile course. The daily team practice lasted for an hour and a half with a run of 4 to 6 miles. At the first meet, the G.C. team lost to Great Neck North by a large score despite a first place finish by captain Scott Fairgrieve. Additional team losses were to Bethpage, Great Neck South, and Port Washington. Victories were gained against Mineola and Herricks. ln the County and North Shore meets, the team performed well as expected. Despite the 2 to 4 record, the team had much spirit and worked well as a team. Some of the top runners included: Scott Fairgrieve, Tom Kelly, Ed Fagan, Jerry Lauro, Mark Gillan, Mark Truhtar, Mark Sordsman, Tom Hammon and Dean Mitchell. Returning next year will be'Captain Ed Fagan, Dean Mitchell, Mark Sordsman, Tom Hammon, Jerry Lauro, Mark Gillan and Mark Truhtar. 332,03 I Q- xi Ggigigfcf-1 f 3' if Q14-??"i'N4'? f i E xi E Y W '44 Vtnussuvmq, ELA-132 A 1 Q57-'fiillx E gm g, L. H' Q or wx "J Y, Page l63 L 5 1 I 4 Q GIFIL'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS:-BOTTOM ROW: P. Harrison, J. Earley, K. Foley. TOP ROW: J. Mitchell, C. Stuart. GIRLS SPORTS LEADERS:-FIRST ROW: A. Treiber, D. Abbot, K. Brennan, M. Schroeder, C. Sultan, L. Anderson. SECOND ROW: E. Monaco, C. Stuart, J. Weed, S. LeBars, J. Hebrank, D. Draffen, L. Earing. THIRD ROW: P. Lord, B. Horstman, J. Jackson, K. Foley, S. Hamlin, C. Sauer, J. Madigan. BASKETBALL Basketball continuous to be one of the most popular of the winter sports. DeeDee lVlcCabe was outstanding as both captain and high scorer. She was ably assisted by forwards DeeDee Venables, Pam Vaile, Cindy Sauer, Jonie Jackson and Jeanne Earley. The guards were Melanie Ludwig, Adele Trieber, and Kathy Foley. The season started off great with three victories over Elemont 19-14, lVlineola 36-10 and Sewanhada 19-18. About mid-season the team lost its shooting ability and bowed to Carle Place in the last 30 seconds. The final game with Herricks was marked by excessive fouling and was also lost late in the fourth quarter. The prospects for next year look bright with five returning juniors from the varsity and some very promising underclassmen from the junior varsity. GYM NASTICS Four days a week the gymnastic team met to practice basic skills. These basic skills were taught in preparation for work in advanced skills which will be presented in next years show. Participants included Janet McCauley, June Conover, Tina Braseth, Janet lVlendes, Cindy Jones, Betty Horstmeyer, and Cathy Stewart. Apparatus consisted of uneven parallel bars, balance beam, buck, tumbling, horse and springboard. Page 165 Another winning season was the story of the hockey team this year. The first game against Floral Park Memorial was a 2-0 victory for the Trojans quickly followed by a 3-1 victory over a strong Wheatly team. Some of the momentum was lost and Carle Place scored a 5-l win over us. The season was rounded out by a 2-2 tie with St. Mary's. The forward line consisted of Capt. Cindy Sauer, Pat Harrison, Jane Penn and Jeanne Mitchell and juniors Patty Eggars, Jonie Jackson, and Cathy Stuart. The forward line was backed by a strong defense consisting of seniors Jeanne Earley, Sally Hamlin and juniors Beryl Barmore, Janet Madigan, Betty Horstmeyer, Pam Vaile and "Folie the Goalie". Next year's team should have another winning season with ten varsity players returning next year and sophomores Janet Mendes, Tina Braseth and Janet McCauley joining them. BADIVIINTON Badminton has been promoted to the statis of a varsity sport this year. Once again lVliss Henretig, holder of the Eastern Intercollegiate title for 1966 in women's doubles, coached by team to a victorious season. Big wins were against Carey and Westbury. Because of the record turnout the doubles positions changed hands each match with Dee Dee lVlcCabe, Peggy Coughlin and Lynn Kennedy playing first, second and third singles for the team. Doubles players included Diane lVlcCarr, Cathy Guba, Patty Ellis, Kathy Brennen and Linda Bayel. Although none of this years first team will be returning, Garden City will place their hopes in juniors Paula lVlaksim, Kathy Tulka, and Tara Kehoe. VOLLEYBALL Volleyball at Garden City consisted of varsity, junior varsity and three class teams. One of the weaknesses of this years varsity was lack of experience. Only four seniors, DeeDee NlcCabe, Sally Hamlin, Melanie Ludwig and Jeanne Earley made the team. However next year's team should have bright prospects with the return of juniors Kathy Foley, Katie Scott, Sue LeBars and Jonie Jackson. Despite this year's lack of experience and also a lack of height the record was three wins over Mineola, Levittown and Roslyn and two losses to Great Neck South, a close one and Great Neck North, a heavy defeat. Team captains this year were Jeanne Earley, varsity and Lynn Patterson, junior varsity. A highlight of the season was a varsity-faculty game, a close fought game finally won by the varsity. Page Y67 t ny 'Q ' .,, 1 ,5 yy K y, I' ,- g . -Um 2 A A ms " :rf-wa 2' ' fig! V ARF, 2 3 gig! UNDERCLASSM EN MN-.. Page 170 Shep Rainie Diana Sims President Vice-President i CLASS OFFICERS 1970 PHT EQQGVS DeDe Venables 59Cf6'f2fV Treasurer Betty Horstmeyer Debbie Abbott Social Chairman Historian HOMEROOM 102 81 143HFIRST ROW: L. Earring, B. Horstmeyer, B. Barmore, B, Horstmann, B. Desch, D. Clapp, M Eisen, L. Mayer, S. Keener, C. Cariati. SECOND ROW: N. Harris, J. Phillips, D. Giannasio, M. Gibbons, C. Coveney, P Martuscello. D. Boland, M. Delaporte, P. Kuminski, S. Stuart, D. Othuis. THIRD ROW: R. Tedesco, T. Drossos, H Oellrich, W. Fleri, B. Fett, D. Holman, B. Daly, J. Gallagher, D. Foxen. FOURTH ROW: D. Keyes, M. Eberle, M Landsman, P. Johnson, K. McCabe, L. Jankouski, G. Gates, C. Whittier. HOMEROOM 165 84 166-FlRST ROW: C. Baker, B. Bursch, K. Morrow, M. Carmody, A. Joie, G. Silvestri, R. Brew, M Cohn, G. Johnston, L. Collier. SECOND ROW: L. Trotta, S. Christy, J. Brashears, S. Maclntosh, M. Blanchard, M Kilbourn, L. Godfrey, K. Higgins, D. Reicherter, J. Oakley. THIRD ROW: S. Cukierski, R. Cohn, G. Boyajian, W. Mather, E. Bezonska, D. Behm, M. Boyajian, G. Koch, F. Paillard. FOURTH ROW: R. Vail, B. Prinzi, B. Brady, J. Duggan, C Skelton, G. Brewer, G. Boszilkov, B. Behlen, R. Deegan, P. Carnavos, B. Braynard, J. Burston, E, Habben, T. DeFilippe. Page l7l HOME ROOM 151 84 162-FIRST ROW: J. Arena, T. Arcati, R. Opsahl, J. Gilman, P. Fries, I. Vinson, J. Kirchhofer, S Christy, J. Busada, L. Anderson, P. Dillingham. SECOND ROW: P. Bennis, K. Cohen, J. Weed, K. Foley, Nl. Fuerst, S Wright, P. Eggers, S. Higginson, C. Genna, N. Alexander. THIRD ROW: R. McTenman, M. Schermann, D. Brankin, J Johnson, D. Englis, E. Dieringer, C. Tulka, D. Kirchgessner, D. Venalbes, M. Reynolds. FOURTH ROW: R. McGuire, J Braaten, D. DeSalvo, R. Puk, B. Cuddy, P. Abbot, J. Walker, P. Miller, M. Hermanson, J. McEntee. FIFTH ROW: J. Klop, R. Bates, V. Acunto, S. Brancato, B. Hamilton, J. Catania, M. Hutchison, P. Forshay, J. Billmeier, M. Maguire, B. Douglas, G. Fitzsimmons, F. Duggan. Page l72 HOME ROOM 207 84 208-FIRST ROW: K. Kologe, M. Walsh, D. Schipp, C. McCleod, S. Wagenseil. SECOND ROW: V. Peck, J. Hebrank, B. Hess, T. McGIone, M. Schenkel, B. James, T. Kehoe, M. Reynolds, J. Christiansen, A. Grilli. THIRD ROW: D. Laverdiere, M. Reily, P. Suda, C. Collin, A. Fochtmann, P. Olvany, M. LoPinto, V. Guinan, M. Green, C. Nobles. FOURTH ROW: W. Trepashko, J. Mattern, K. O'Donohue, B. Macklin, R. O'Brien, P. Salvi, D. McClellan, G. Whitney, R. Rohan. FIFTH ROW: M. Dalton, R. Zinke, S. Tobias, M. Meisinger, D. Jennings, C. Corso, J. Tesh, J. Goodwin. HOMEROOM 203 84 206-FIRST ROW: W. Gensel, S. Peguillan, L. Harder, L. Garcia, D. Rudansky, L. Herbst, M Vecchio, B. Savarese, C. Measell, S. McLoughlin. SECOND ROW: A. Marcone, J. Gray, P. Vale, B. Procelli, C. O'Hare, D Guarnieri, B. Ring, S. Reily, C. Zepczyh, P. Maksim, D. Schoeler. THIRD ROW: C. Otto, B. Kelly, M. Rix, C. Orr, R Tedesco, G. Tancreto, M. Weitzmer, S. Sheets, J. Logan. FOURTH ROW: B. Brokamp, D. McDonnell, D. McDonnell, S Sarsfield, R. Skelton, L. Kind, T. Nephew, J. Horton, B. Scully, J. Mulroney, D. Heyn, E. Younghin, R. Nicosia, A DelGiormo. HOME ROOM 210 81 212-FIRST ROW: C. Sackman, V. Alexander, K. Ketigan, M. Primrose, K. Kopf, K. White, Stacom, N. Yerden, J. O'Hare, M. Waters. SECOND ROW: J. Sands, E. Steinert, J. Bresti, V. Walsh, C. Mera, A. Jones, Jenks, C. O'DonneIl, E. Walther, A. Treiber. THIRD ROW: P. Smythe, D. Koenig, J. Garnett, M. Kucharski, J. Cadigan, Sullivan, J. Campbell, E. Vogler, J. Wenk, P. Thomas, N. El Kadi. FOURTH ROW: L. Rossano, B. Voelker, P. Connor, Harris, B. Simpson, S. Rainie, R. Vail, J. Desch, D. Senft, H. Sheeky, T. Davidson, D. McElroy, K. True, E. Rombach, Blundell, G. Capenegro, R. Koch. Page l73 HOME ROOM 201 81 202-FIRST ROW: M. Pansini, L. Graefing, K. Scott, S. LeBars, D. Abbott, J. Madigan, I. Kehoe, C. Kirdhgessner, D. Connelly, M. Reynolds, S. Banks, J. Gray, A. Marcone, B. Procelli. SECOND ROW: C. Stuart, P. Lewis, B. Kennedy, I. Colan, C. Sultan, E. Kelly, K. Laudati, K. Polowchena, G. Munro, W. Goodkin. THIRD ROW: C. Mathews, M. Massaglia, K. Smith, S. Jackson, D. Milot, H. Litton, C. Hall, L. Magrane, M. Barbara, L. Kamras, J. Jackson. FOURTH ROW: B. Buschmann, P. Hieter, T. Hannan, E. Monaco, D. Mori, K. Johnson, A. Derouniam, M. Graham, A. McCarthy, L. Rieger. FIFTH ROW: S. Greiner, D. Koelsch, J. Callins, N. Martini, R. Williams, G. Lauro, E. Jordan, G. Hubbel, P. Talty, D. Lomedico, D. Moore, J. Carvani, E. Kelly, C. Knapp, P. Malmquist, G. Fedyn, T. Jones, P. Carlson. Page l74 HOMEROOM 214-FIRST ROW: S. Davidson, S. Schlageter, M. Rossetti, M. Neilson, J. Amato, J. Monaghan, M Schroeder, A. Vom Lehn, A. Ouirk, P. Horgan. SECOND ROW: C. Leder, R. Murbach, J. Pohl, B. Small, M. Lane, D Ryan, T. Judd. THIRD ROW: K. Stabile, G. Mazzari, J. McNerney, A. Buchanan, P. Delle, J. Scully, B. Shenk. Page 775 Page 176 David Winnigham Stephanie Peck President Vice-President CLASS OFFICERS 1971 Tina Braseth Janet Mendes Secretary Treasurer Wayne Prevelegranos Diane Lundarg Social Chairman HiSf0rf8I1 ig i' Q f Z E ,. E 35 pai 5 j. , . :E 5. i l 3 ggi? X Vo ...iii es. HOMEROOM 148 84 161-FIRST ROW: P. Cicino, N. Marino, J. Madonia, K. Clifford, C. Reinig, D. Frost, M. Troy, A Guild. SECOND ROW: H. Breen, L. Moyer, K. Bach, P. Tonsmeire, K. Goldfuss, J. Fries, C. Daly, B. Cathenfvood, J Powel. THIRD ROW: N. Fitzpatrick, H. Colbert, D. Heigl, N. Doscher, M. Schlegel, M. LoSardo, J. Hipp, T. Foran, S Behrer. FOURTH ROW: P. Brennan, K. Kane, R. McDonough, D. Botwinich, D. Smalley, T. Venier, B. Frisbie, B. Buehler, P. Berardino, L. Scourby. FIFTH ROW: G. Tiles, D. Kroessler, T. Batnes, S. Cenkner, R. Giacinto, B. Prendergast, T Polignani, P. Seale, J. Bergin, V. Brennan, K. Canevari. HOME ROOM 163 81 164-FIRST ROW: A. Porter, M. Pewogel, M. Garry, D. Zaino, H. Cole, K. Connelly, K. Gallagher, J. McAuIey, J. Sewell. SECOND ROW: I. Wytzka, M. Goble, M. LoSardo, M. Gibbons, B. Johnson, K. Simon, L. Holzmaier, P. Gilligan, S. Curtis, N. Woodcock. THIRD ROW: J. Hayes, P. Connelly, J. Conover, M. Sullivan, D. McDougal, N. Ross, J. Casale, W. I-loeffler, T. Braseth. FOURTH ROW: D. lngegno, R. Cooney, S. Olsen, T. Sweeney, S. Appelt, A. Drossos, J. Molinari, B. Thater, K. O'Brien, R. Thurber. FIFTH ROW: M. Cameron, B. Porth, S. Obrenski, B. Norell, J. Zinke, J. Rosatl, B. Trohn, M. McCann, T. Morrow, J. Caulfield, J, Harris, D. Guida, M. Kahan, P. Voelker. Page 177 HOMEROOM 134 81 136-FIRST ROW: M. Gagliardo, G. Sammon, D. Petrich, J. Waag, C. Rippe, L. Richburg, E. Flanagan, M. Molloy, K. Brewster, C. Dalton, L. Levi. SECOND ROW: E. Kalantgis, D. Churgell, N. Ritter, J. Guise, C. Sweeney, M. Patten, S. Goetz, M. Saeli, J. Russo, J. Barr. THIRD ROW: A. Leonard, B. Keltervorn, J. Burke, B. Townsend, D. Salzman, D. Monsees, R. Lim, B. Barnes, C. Nason, G. Brougham, M. Carrigan. FOURTH ROW: A. Egan, J. Miller, T. Biosman, E. Holmes, R. O'Keefe, G. Record, J. Makely, A. Raskopf, J. Cordes, A. Murphy, B. Butera, D. Bosch, J. Smith, J. Duffy. Page 178 HOMEROOM 110 84 112-FIRST ROW: S. lnfvin, S. Jacobsen, D. Hagerty, M. Croasdale, P. Horgan, J. Steitz. SECOND ROW: E. McFarlane, J. Deturkf C. Heingartner, L. Frank, D. Lynch, M. Goodwin, P. Treimer, P. Browne, L. Hewitt, L. Reiger. THIRD ROW: R. Grimes, P. Kosowski, N. Langill, L. Lehman, J. Donald, S. Hagan, D. Mauerer, V. Davis, l. Neiswinter. FOURTH ROW: R. Dragani, J. Vandervalle, M. Benedum, R. Roy, S. Davies, K. Kutner, M. Rudansky, T. Vaughn, S. Dexter, L. Camesas, D. Phinney. FIFTY ROW: P. Hwang, R. Peters, K. Flanagan, B. Boccio, R. Brygider, P. Trontman, J. Gewert, M. DeMarco, A. Arcieri, V. Bonaventura, J. Allen, R. Franciotti, M. Corcacas, M. Denehy. HOME ROOM 126 81 130-FIRST ROW: I. Young, J. Dillman, M. Tommey, J. Levinson. SECOND ROW: J. McDonnell, T. Martini, W. Perrell, C. Caddy, T. Sussman, K. Smith, C. Getchell, S. Klepper, D. Gorin. THIRD ROW: L. Burdich, L. Schmeelh, P. Birmingham, K. Walther, S. Steinbutter, L. Capello, B. Smith, E. Ring. FOURTH ROW: P. Blake, D. Waod, S. Teslik, M. Charrot, J. Smith, D. Jenkins, B. O'Sullivan, J. Richardson, J. Sanzo. FIFTH ROW: B. Ticho, F. Rooney, W. Prevelegianos, T. McEIrov. G. Stigliano, S. Protz, M. Carty, T. Digan, K. Springer, B. Kirby, S. Langfedder. 5 Gi' HOME ROOM 141 81 142-FIRST ROW: M. Zutcliffe, D. Pace, M. Gelman, L. Bogart, M. Hanlon, L. Crepe, J. Stagg, J. Chase. SECOND ROW: J. Schweitzer, S. Koroluck, V. Muller, J. Herbst, M. Troy, C. Wright, N. Forgione, M. Boyajian, J. Lucca, L. Cannizzaro. THIRD ROW: C. Russo, D. Mahon, J. Knox, E. Golden, D. Yachetti, A. McDonald, B. Ahearn, M. Trotta, D. Stigliano. FOURTH ROW: S. Kruger, R. Moore, W. Siniscalchi, J. Witkin, J. Byrne, D. Duba, K. Tomitz, P. Klop, J. Kelly, B. Schiel. FIFTH ROW: M. Adams, R. Doncette, J. Torney, P. Vanderbilt, D. O'Brien, D. Trepashko, D. Ropkin, B. Ellis, W. Blake, R. Rullman, J. Kelly. Page 179 HOME ROOM 137 81 139- FIRST ROW: M. Murphy, B. Connoy, P. Farris, L. Diechman, D. Capreol, F. Olsen, C. Rava, P. Pond, Z. LeSueur, M. Findley. SECOND ROW: A. Morrell, N. Heald, V. Robinson, B. Beechaman, M. Fleming, E. Douglas, F. Gloss, N. LoPresti, D. Rix, M. Byron, R. Bonna. THlRD ROW: T. Freeman, S. Kochle, B. Meyer, K. Hannon, D. Pugliese, C. Christy, V. Bennis, K. Duckworth, N. Ryan. FOURTH ROW: D. Dalton, J. Mallouk, J. Durkin, K. Duggan, D. Merlhew, D. lngrarn, N. Lembo, J. DeCarlo. FIFTH ROW: A. Cavalcanti, D. Stuart, R. Ringelstein, M. Nleaney, G. Quint, S. Hagstrom, B. Norman, B. Meisinger, D. Van Slyke, G. Clausen, S. Fowler, J. Armour, M. Olthuis. 1 E s 1 a ' 2 , Ex- Page l8O HOMEROOM 175-FIRST ROW: R. Walsh, S. Metcalf, D. O'Leary, D. Fuller, G. Nugent, P. Confort, S. Foster, M. Fairgrieve, M. Saeli, B. Rivers. SECOND ROW: J. Bouton, L. Ebbets, S. O'Brien, C, Franz, F. Katzenberger, D. Winningham, J. Polowenena, R. Hazel, D. Pascale, S. Takech. THIRD ROW: B. Wilson, M. Gillen, V. Ferry, W. Fitzl atrick, D. Faulkner, B. Draffen, S. Driscoll, C. Kautz, M. Carty, P. Fagan. HOMEROOM 171 - 174-FIRST ROW: D. Rosenblurn, J. Pooley, C. Melis, P. Johnson, D. Petrica, S. Foehr, J. Mallinson SECOND ROW: D. Macaluso, S. Beilby, S. McHugh, D. Reynolds, A. Donato, N. Quinn, B. Nugent, L. Duba,S. Max, P Doyle. THIRD ROW: D. Fitzgerald, D. Lundberg, M. Dunford, J. Mason, J. Mendes, P. Munkenbech, L. Latham, S Tescher, K. Jones. FOURTH ROW: F. Ashcroft, S. Frank, T. Harlow, B. Dwyer, R. Nisi, T. Kavazanjian, D. Papp, S. Olsen R. Cornwell, E. Kane, J. Foley, J. Hoffman. FIFTH ROW: A. Chagoll, J. Maguire, P. Rutlin, D. Fisher, P. Karb, M. Errig D. Harvey, C. Guilianelli, N. McKeon, T. Martini, R. Cook, B. Mahin, B. McGovern. Q! 4:3-Q H. ADVE RTISEMENTS XVITI I I IIQARTIFST CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL 1969 GRADUATES TFOIT1 RALPH ROSSANQ Official Photographer for THE 1969 MAST QT NORTH FRANKLIN STREET IRITZINIPSTEAD, N. Y. Phone Ivanhoe 9-5555 HUBBELL, KLAPPER AND GOODELL GGHGVGI Insurance 63 HILTON AVENUE GARDEN CITY, N. Y. PIoneer 7-2905 - 4 Best Wishes to the Class of ,69 KOZON MANUFACTURING CO., INC. Manufacturers of Precision Parts AIRCRAFT INSTRUMENT ELECTRONIC 161 RAILROAD AVE. GARDEN CITY, N. Y. PI 2-5600 CONGRATULATIONS to the 1969 Grzlduzlticm Class from the HIGH SCHOOL FASHION BOARD SAKS FIFTH AVENUE COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND Ploneer I-4484 Ploneer 1-4485 NEPTUNE PHOTO INC. Cameras 5 Supplies 657 Franklin Avenue, Garden City, L. I., New Yorlc Page 187 Compliments of the . . . GARDEN CITY HOTEL Garden City, New York Home of the famous Georgian and Regency Ballrooms MICHAEL QORTE ALEXANDER ABBATE Board Chairman General Manager QQN or 7 X SPORTSMAN SHI 'G X O H scm-K0 Congratulati ons to the Class of 196 APPRECIATIO FOR THE LOYAL S BY THE STUDE 9 N IS EXPRESSED UPPORT TO OUR NTS AND THEIR PROGRAM PARENTS BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '69 THE GARDEN CITY PARENT TEACHERS ASSUCIATIQN Phone PI 2-8280 Dry Air Cold Storage BARBATSULY BRGS. FINE FUR Repairing and Remodeling 1046 FRANKLIN AVENUE GARDEN CITY, N. Y. THE GARDEN CITY TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION The officers and members wish to extend to the Class of '69 their best wishes for a happy and successful future. Fora Fine Wedding, Birthday, Party or Ice Cream Calze f- Stop At -- RlESTERER'S BAKERIES 282 Hempstead Ave. -f TeI.: IV 1-7636 West Hempstead, I... I. 218 Henry St. H TeI.: IV 1-6006 Hempstead, I... I. Shopping Center 96 Seventh Street - TeI.: PI 1-0030 Garden City, I... I. CANIVAN BROS. INC. 166-7th Street Garden City, L.I. 1 1530 Paints - Hardware - Housewares Free Delivery Glass - Electrical Supplies 74 7-5060 Page IQI "PAINTS OF BEAUTY GARDEN CITY BOOKSHOP 0 Z B R 0 S hs PAINT COMPANY 186 event meet ' Distinctive Wallpapers ' Garden City' N' Y' ' Dutch Boy Paints ' 114 - 7th Street Garden City, N. Y. Pioneer 2-3199 Best Wishes to The Class of ,69 TELFEYAN CARPET CO. 108 Seventh St. Garden City, N. Y. Page 792 to the Class of 69 May you enJoy Good Health Wealth and much Happmess m the wonderful Island Trust 9 L l l years ahead. Ong I Om COMPA Y P Q GARDEN CITY AUTO REPAIR, INC. A FRIEND 130 Franklin Ave. OF Garden City, N.Y. 11530 PI 6-9231 CHERYL MERA Complete Auto Service A Texaco Dealer MOPAK SERVICE CENTER, INC. Ask For Mike or Phil Franklin Ave. 8a 7th Street Garden City, N.Y. 11530 Phone C5161 248-1166 Poge 194 CONGRATULATIONS to the CLASS of 1969 from the TRACK TEANI SCOTT EAIRSRIEVE RICH ROSSETTI TOM KELLY JIM YATES PAUL SANZO JOHN EISEN DICK BOYLE JIM OETCHELL RICH FITZSIMONS BROOKS BEEOAN BERT EDWARDS JOHN CRISFIELD PAUL CONNOR BILL HARRIS CHRIS KEANE RICH KEANE RICH WILLIAMS JOHN MULRONY BRUCE MACKLIN JOHN O'TOOLE BRIAN PALK JIM CAMPBELL AL BUCHANAN GEORGE BOYASJIAN ED FAGAN DEAN MITCHELL JOHN TESH SHEP RAINIE MARK LANDSMAN JOSH CALLINS DEX SENFT DAN SMITH BOB DELAHUNT DAN RYAN PETE FORSHAY MARK CLEMENS DON VANSLYKE PAUL SMYTHE DAVE WINNINGHAM JOHN HARRIS GREG CLAUSEN BILL MC OOVERN PAUL SEALE PETE THOMPSON MARK OILLEN TOM BROSNAN ROY PETERS RICK CARTY MARK TRUHLAR MIKE MEISINOER PETE FAGAN BILL BRADY Page 195 BUDDY RUSSELL . . . Offers You . . . 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SALES - SERVICE - PARTS "Long Island 's Leading Cadillac Dealer" IV 3-6600 Hempstead, N.Y. oncer be-17841 PIoneer 7-0185 Gpen Tues. to 9:30 HAPPY VVALK SHOES SLricle-R11cf- Sandler F- Spalding AR I S TA FU R S Bass XXXYCCIIIIIS I 937 Franklin Avenue 927 Franklin Avenue JOHN I. KORDES Garden City, N. Y. Garden City, N, Y, With Appreciation Mr. 85 Mrs. Rene F. Ohler GARDEN CITY ITALIAN KITCHEN AND PIZZA 658 Franklin Avenue, Garden City, New York CALL YOUR ORDER It will be ready when you arrive 741-4142 Pizza By Slice 256 Delivery 256 Minimum Order 51.50 6300 to 9300 P.M. OPEN SUNDAYS , iw W Ef tlfr' 'ry' La i , morris 'i MULEIS HS R5 XRAUDE am A i Ploneer 7-1422 IV 6-4422 Compliments of TOWN MEAT MARKET GARDEN CITY SANITARY HAND LAUNDRY Prime Meats 4 Poultry - Frozen Foods 670 Franklin Avenue Charles B. Marino 8L John Pauli Garden City, New York 150 Seventh Street PI 7-3320 Garden City, N.Y. l I 1 I Poge 201 Best Wishes T0 The Class Of 1969 The Garden City Teaehers Association SENICR DIRECTORY Acker, Penelope Ackerman, Andrea Addy, Suzanne Albigese, Stephen Altomonte, joan Aivey, Robert Anderson, Candace Anderson, Richard Baller, Arthur Bambace, Bonnie Barbera, Nancy Bardi, Donna Barnes, Susan Barry, Willard Bassani, John Barrett, Michele Bee, Peter Bennett, Michael Bentley, Carmella Beradino, Michael Bergen, Thomas Berk, Christine Bernhard, Marianne Bezouska, Walter Birmingham, Herbert Blake, Richard Blemeyer, Thomas Boland, Christine Bollo, Mary Elizabeth Bonner, Kathleen Botte, Janet Boger, Peter Bowerfind, Anne Boyle, Richard Boyd, Helen Brankato, Peter Brennan, Christopher Brennan, Kathleen Bretnall, Beverly Brewster, Jayne Brittan, Rhonda Bryan, Noreen Buehler, Fred Byrne, Ralph 17 Chestnut Street 168 Kildare Rd. 261 Mayfair Ave. 14 Roosevelt St. 39 Adams St. 42 Hawthorne Rd. 190 Nassau Blvd. 14 Third Pl. 24 Linbergh St. 86 Jefferson St. 41 East Dr. 93 Fourteenth St. 1 Beech St. 170 Garden St. 178 Meadbrook Rd. 101 Stewart Ave. 29 Locust St. 206 Sackville Rd. 28 Maple St. 34 Adams St. 131 Lincoln St. 44 Locust St. 28 Grove St. 4 Birch Lane 27 Homestead Ave. 36 Nassau Blvd. 99 Somerset Ave. 81 Pine St. 969 Stewart Ave. 22 Lindbergh St. 28 East Drive 89 Magnolia Ave. 163 Oxford Blvd. 112 Locust St. 1 1 1 Sixth St. 32 Wellington Rd. 62 Washington Ave. 22 Avalon Rd. 131 Somerset Ave. 4 Avalon Rd. 196 Brompton Rd. 41 Magnolia Ave. 144 Kensington Rd. 78 Kilburn Rd. Cadigan, Joseph Campbell, Patricia Cameron, Steven Cannizzaro, Diane Cappello, George Capreol, Ronald Carraine, Gloria Carmosino, joseph Carty, Debroah Carucci, Gerard Cavagnaro, William Chamberlin, Susan Charles, Mary Jane Chatterton, john Chiafair, joseph Chichester, Donald Chriss, Paulette Christman, William Churgel, Pamela Clarkson, Janet Cleary, William Clement, Denise Colan, Robert Conlon, Susan Connelly, Kathleen Constas, Diane Conti, Carmela Cooper, jack Cornacchia, Stephen Cornwell, Pamela Costigan, Susan Coughlin, Peggy Coveney, Jacqueline Coyle, Thomas Chrisfield, john Cuddy, john Dalton, Noel Dalzell, Elizabeth Danks, John Danzig, Richard Davies, Laurie Davis, Jill Dean, William Deegan, Brooks 117 Brook St. 220 Nassau Blvd. 164 Poplar St. 235 Brixton Rd. 12 Monroe St. 4 Harvard St. 153 Kilburn Rd. 14 Kenmore Rd. 61 Garden St. 418 Old Country Rd 76 Princeton St. 112 Fifth St. 46 Chestnut St. 146 Tullamore Rd. 87 Somerset Ave. 53 Vassar St. 157 Locust St. 27 Greenridge Ave. 8 First Pl. 57 Kilburn Rd. 82 Jackson St. 127 Brook St. 74 Garfield St. 105 Harrison St. 43 Wellington Rd. 210 Weyford Terr. 5 Fairmount Blvd. 286 Eleventh St. 9 Homestead Ave. 210 Brompton Rd. 55 Maxwell Rd. 20 Hathaway Dr. 1 Transverse Rd. 131 Nassau Blvd. 94 Stratford Ave. 81 Garfield St. 146 Harrison St. 37 Brixton Rd. 15 Cathedral Ave. 135 Washington Ave 175 Wickham Rd. 41 Adams St. 121 Kilburn Rd. 59 First St. Page 203 DeFliese, Robert DeFrance, Cynthia DeMarco, Laurence Denby, Walter DePietro, Philip deLuise, Vincent Dengris, Robert DeWerth, Denise Dickinson, David Dieterich, Douglas Dillingham, William Dillon, Kathryn DiPierro, Madeline Donnelly, Sally Donoghue, Dennis Donovan, Joseph Donovan, Thomas Draffen, Devon Dreher, Douglas Driscoll, William DuBois, Evelyn Duff, Priscilla Duffy, Patrick Earley, Jeanne Eckerman, Arlyn Edwards, Bert Edwards, Dean Edwards, Jerry Eggers, Robert Ehlers, Christine Ehmann, Christopher Eisen, John Ellis, Patricia Enderle, Jean Evans, William Fairgieve, Chester Falconieri, Laura Farrell, Ellen Fascianii, Arthur Faulkner, JoAnn Fellows, Donna Fenik, Harry Fieldsteel, Daniel Fitzpatrick, Brian Fitzsimons, Richard Flesch, Patrice Foehr, James Forker, Patricia 63 Princeton St. 143 Jackson St. 6 Avalon Rd. 105 Somerset Ave. 230 Kilburn Rd. 52 Pell Terr. 213 Weyford Terr. 9 Harrison St. 93 Fourth St. 140 Adams St. 80 Oxford Blvd. 113 Fifth St. 26 Lindbergh St. 1 10 Meadbrook Rd. 68 Harvard St. 34 Vassar St. 2 Roxbury Rd. 136 Lee Rd. 150 Brook St. 147 Chestnut St. 10 Kenmore Rd. 115 Fourth St. 8 Nassau Blvd. 44 Roxbury Rd. 101 Sackville Rd. 152 Rockaway Ave 152 Rockaway Ave. 117 Chestnut St. 20 St. Paul's Pl. 115 Willow St. 36 Claydon Rd. 25 Homestead Ave. 116 Hampton Rd. 64 Willow St. 69 Clinch Ave. 83 Princeton St. 109 Monroe St. 179 Eleventh St. 195 Nassau Blvd. 129 Brook St. 209 Weyford Terr. 98 Mulberry Ave. 76 Whitehall Blvd. 94 Willow St. 173 Brixton Rd. 146 Meadow St. 59 Willow St. 68 Roosevelt St. SENIOR Fox, Elizabeth Freeman, Douglas Freeman, Katherine Frisbie, David Frost, Dale Galaska, Frank Galterio, Joanne Garrison, Janice Garvey, John Gatto, Carolyn Gatto, Susan Gavin, Thomas Gebhardt, Martin Genna, Rosali Getchell, James Gewert, Ellen Gibson, Carol Giobert, Pamela Giordano, Carol Glaser, Bruce Godfrey, Gary Goepfert, Victor Goetz, Nancy Goodwillie, Edward Goodwin, Jonathan Gorman, Kathrine Green, Elaine Grespin, Catherine Grifhorst, Gail Grilli, Peter Griffis, Steven Grunwald, Kathy Guba, Catherine Guerra, Frank Guissinger, Susan Haberkern, John Haedrich, Carol Hamlin, Sally Hampton, John I-Ianff, Geoff Harburger, Victoria Harrison, Patricia Heald, Robin Hecht, Robert Hedwig, Douglas Helmus, Todd Henderson, James Hendrickson, Pamela 85 Princeton St. 121 Hayes sf. 1 Sandy Court 77 Hampton Rd. 174 Kensington Rd 154 Pine St. 138 Brook St. 1 1 Merillon Ave. 111 Lee Rd. 134 Kildare Rd. 134 Kildare Rd. 2 Hawthorne-Rd. 145 Garden St. 74 Stewart Ave. 19 Glen Rd. 57 Fairmount Blvd. 131 Garden St. 12 St. Paul's Crescent 10 Sunset Lane 127 Chestnut St. 145 Locust St. 222 Euston Rd. 7 Franklin Court 101 Huntington Rd 114 Ninth Sr. 6 Jackson St. 51 Clinton Rd. 31 Jefferson St. 17 Somerset Ave. 141 Meadbrook Rd. 24 Avalon Rd. 204 Nassau Blvd. 190 Brixton Rd. 255 New Hyde Park Rd 99 Huntington Rd. 80 Brook St. 134 Brook St. 26 Westland Dr., Glen Cove 119 Somerset Ave. 32 Nassau Blvd. 221 Cherry Valley Ave 135 Hampton Rd. 59 Wyatt Rd. 25 Spruce St. 2 Keenan Pl. 149 Brompton Rd. 207 Brompton Rd. 169 Tullamore Rd. DIRECTCRY Heubner, Arthur Hewitt, Nancy Hibner, John Hickey, Thomas Hillyer, Bruce Hoffman, Judith Hoke, Henry Holl, Judith Holmes, Russell Holzmaier, Robert House, Gisele Hoyt, William Huber, Carol Hughes, Patrick Humenesky, Gregory Iredell, Margaret Jackson, John Jacob. Charles Johnson, Walter Jones, Diane Kamras, Jonathan Kaestner, Eric Kane, Karen Kanner, David Karejwa, Christine Kasold, Stephen Kavazanjian, Kathryn Kehrt, Linda Kelly, Thomas Kennedy, Lynn Kerler, Robert Kerwin, George Kerr, Cynthia Kieninger, Gail Kliela, Lynda Kleinhenz, Jane Klotz, Nancy Koenig, Julianne Kopf, Chris Kovalich, Gary Kovalcik, Mary Kramer, Gregory Kroessler, Jeffrey Kuhn, Melinda Lang, Barbara Lallas, Jeffrey 206 Brixton Rd. 111 Wilson St. 36 Wellington Rd. 21 Raymond Court 64 Washington Ave. 124 Tanners Pond Rd. 115 Hilton Ave. 194 Sackville Rd. 75 Hayes St. 203 Wetherill Rd. 151 Brixton Rd. 9 Fairmount Blvd. 40 Hawthorne Rd. 134 Stewart Ave. 114 Fifteenth St. 68 Willow St. 133 Pine St. 33 Euston Rd. 31 Kilburn Rd. 4 Whitehall Blvd. 91 Russell Rd. 112 Garden St. 112 Kildare Rd. 115 Tenth St. 108 Jefferson St. 35 Nassau Blvd. 125 Oxford Blvd. 42 Merillon Ave. 90 Poplar St. 257 Stewart Ave. 101 Newmarket Rd. 34 Hamilton Pl. 6 Carteret Pl. 9 Jefferson St. 230 New Hyde Park Rd. 6 Hungtington Rd. 15 Cedar Pl. 135 Chestnut St. 107 Cambridge Ave. 155 Adams St. 155 Adams St. 8 St. Paulis Pl. 131 Stratford Ave. 71 Whitehall Blvd. 78 Bromptqn Rd. 79 Mulberry Ave. LaMantia, Audrey Laudati, Mary Ann Lawton, Althea Lazio, Russell Lehmann, Richard Lembo, Grace Lemrow, Carole Lenihan, Michael Lewis, Elizabeth Lewis, Robert Lord, Helen Lotito, Joan Lotito, Robert Lourekas, Peter Lynch, Mark Ludwig, Melanie McAuley, Kathlenn McCabe, Marita McCaffrey, Andrew McCarthy, Karen McEwen, Peter McEwen, Priscilla McGuire, Paul McHugh, Margaret McLaren Idabell McLaren, Ruth McNally, Moira McNanie, Carolyn McParland, Elizabeth McPike, John Macarr, Diane MacFarlane, John Madigan, James Maggs, Margaret Maher, Patricia Mahoney, Joseph Maksim, Dorothy Malfetano, John Mamer, Steven Manley, Margaret Mansfield, Margaret Marrin, Thomas Martin, Teri Mather, Melissa Melis, Darleen Michaels, Paul Miller, Charles Mitchell, Jeanne 27 Lindberg St. 84 Pell Terr. 30 Claydon Rd. 221 Wellington Rd. 156 Hampton Rd. 24 Spruce St. 177 Euston Rd. 56 Adams St. 64 Brixton Rd. 80 Euston Rd. 25 Cathedral Ave. 18 Kensington Rd. 18 Kensington Rd. 58 Poplar St. 118 Salisbury Ave. 182 Meadow St. 185 Rockaway Ave. 126 Brook St. 76 Meadow St. 24 Roosevelt St. 3 Devereux Pl. 3 Devereux Pl. 97 Somerset Ave. 58 Maxwell Rd. 225 Nassau Blvd. 225 Nassau Blvd. 34 Brixton Rd. 37 Roxbury Rd. 83 Roosevelt St. 94 Roosevelt St. 117 Harrison St. 169 Wellington Rd. 221 Washington Ave 114 Locust St. 4 Linden St. 131 Hayes St. 51 Pine St. 144 Cambridge Ave. 32 Claydon Rd. 62 Fairmount Blvd. 43 Prescott St. 75 Brixton Rd. 121 Brixton Rd. 155 Brompton Rd. 107 Arthur St. 159 Brompton Rd. 146 Oxford Blvd. Moir, Nancy Moncll, Denise Moore, Louise Morissey, John Muller, Donald Neiswinter, James Nesselhauf, James Nieman, Jayne Nimmich, Joyce Nothdurft, Jane Oakley, Judith O'Brien, Patti Odenthal, Betsy Oliver, Anne-Therese Olsen, Frank Oosterom, Nancy O'Rourke, Steve O'Tool, Mary Owen, Mary Anne Owen, Peter Ozarkiw, Barbara Painter, Marilyn Pastula, John Patterson, Lynn Pender, Michael Penn, Jane Petro, Russell Philippis, Demetreos Phillips, Jane Pitisano, Jayne Porianda, Alan Porto, Richard Powell, Jane Price, Catherine Price, Thomas Procelli, Janet Quinn, Brian Rainie, Lee Randi, Mary Rasweiler, Laurie Rayel, Linda Regan, Anne Regan, John Reilly, Maureen Reina, Janet Reiner, Roy Page 206 76 Cambridge Ave. 166 Meadow St. 108 Lee Rd. 64 Salisbury Ave. 87 Washington Ave. 21 Jefferson St. 178 Oxford Blvd. 95 Jefferson St. 27 Fairmount Blvd. 156 Meadow St. 56 Kenwood Rd. 72 Meadow St. 145 Chestnut St. 7 Jefferson St. 92 Brook St. 30 Harvard St. Hamilton Pl. 172 Kilburn Rd. 1 Seabury Rd. 138 Tullamore Rd. 50 Avalon Rd. 150 Meadow St. 123 Tullamore Rd. 119 Meadbrook Rd. 148 Poplar St. 116 Meadbrook Rd. 15 Bayberry Ave. 131 Locust St. 32 Whitehall Blvd. 104 Poplar St. 31 New Hyde Park Rd. 8 Kenmore Rd. 38 Colonial Ave. 172 Meadbrook Rd. 164 Wetherill Rd. 81 Brook St. 32 Prospect Ave. 91 Tenth St. 203 Stewart Ave. 9 Rockaway Rd. 3 Prospect Ave. 99 Meadbrook Rd. 116 Fourth St. 137' Arthur St. 159 Rockaway Ave. 250 Cherry Valley Ave. SENIOR Rhodes, Alex. Rich, Charles Riggs, Elsbeth Rix, Christopher Rizzi, Patricia Rolfes, Gary Rosenblum, Nancy Rossetti, Richard Rossire, Leslie Rowcroft, Mary Rundlett, Peter Russo, Christianne Russo, Mark Ryan, Jere Rydell, Carol Saal, Linda Sabella, John Sabol, Lynette Salavessa, Veronica Salem, Diane Salvie, Christine Santangelo, Thomas Sanzo, Paul Sauer, Cynthia Sawdon, Joan Schaefer, Richard Schenkel, Mary Schermann, Christine Schlegel, Paul Schmidt, William Schroeder, Charles Schmacher, William Scott, Jane Scribner, Susan Searles, Pamela Severson, Mary Sewell, Ann Shachmut, Jeffrey Sheridan, Dana Singer, Eileen Slawter, Debbie Smith, Kathy Smith, Margaret Sobel, Patricia Sokolich, Jane Sorace, Deborah Springer, William Springstun, Carol Stankewick, Diane Steffes, Ellen 1947 Kildare Ave. 14 Bayberry Ave. 7 Roderick Lane 115 Lee Rd. 167 Meadbrook Rd 26 Old Country Rd 105 Chester Ave. 145 Oxford Blvd. 55 Chestnut St. 661 Franklin Ave. 127 Salisbury Ave. 173 Wickham Rd. 205 Brompton Rd. 175 Roxbury Rd. 187 Fernwood Terr 192 Sackville Rd. 183 Wickham Rd. 6 First St. 120 Meadow St. 157 Rockaway Ave. 197 Meadbrook Rd. 7 Somerset Ave. 88 Willow St. 100 Stratford Ave. 174 Wickham Rd. 9 Huntington Rd. 86 Newmarket Rd. 34 Colonial Ave. 14 Kingsbury Rd. 8 Prospect Ave. 175 Euston Rd. 15 Maple St. 26 Prospect Ave. 1 1 1 Kildare Rd. 42 Roxbury Rd. 10 Merillon Ave. 212 Meadowbrook Rd 101 Lefferts Rd. 25 Euston Rd. 142 Oxford Blvd. 78 Chelsea Rd. 179 Wickham Rd. 23 Meadow St. 42 Maple St. 124 Cambridge Ave. 237 New Hyde Park Rc 47 Princeton St. 177 Garden St. 267 Stewart Ave. 55 Cambridge Ave. DIRECTDRY Sterling, james Stevenson, Donald Stritzinger, Scott Stuart, Richard Sturesson, Lennart Sysol, Gregory Tacchi, Kathy Tate, Susan Tebbel, John Terrence, Philip Tiderman, Christine Tompkins, Roy Torney, Deborah Trakas, Gregory Trakis, James Trentalange, Mary Trotta, Joanne Troy, John Turner, Barbara Van Gelderen, Gregory Varga, Scott Vazquez, Elena Venier, David Vione, Jeanne Wachsman, Eric Wagner, Margaret Wahmann, Deborah Wallace, John 84 Poplar St. 130 Cambridge Ave. 8 Tremont St. 23 Russell Rd. 40 Claydon Rd. 192 Euston Rd. 53 Chestnut St. 98 Mulberry Ave. 365 Stewart Ave. 106 Newmarket Rd. 50 Whitehall Blvd. 89 Tenth St. 24 Cathedral Ave. 213 Stewart Ave. 14 Nassau Blvd. 29 Prescott St. 78 Magnolia Ave. 244 Cherry Valley Ave. 145 Rockaway Ave. 169 Brompton Rd. 50 Cambridge Ave. 55 Kilburn Rd. 9 Laurel St. 209 Roxbury Rd. 142 Whitehall Blvd. 210 Weyford Terr. 70 Dartmouth St. Wallick, Bradford Walsh, Flora Walzer, William Waterson, David Weisfuse, Judith Wellemberger, Peter Wenk, Chris Werner, Margaret White, Susan Whitman, Deborah Whittle, Leslie Wiegand, Cordelia Wiener, David Wieser, Pamela Williams, Scott Winkler, Tina Wolchek, Cheryl Woodcock, Craig Wright, Lorna Wydler, john Wytzka, Jane Yannios, Thomas Yates, James Young, Janet Zabel, Donna Zampino, Lawrence Zukas, Ann 117 Wickham Rd. 135 Stewart Ave. 5 Bluebell Ct. 31 East Dr. 89-14th St. 1 10 Tullamore Rd. 5 Keenan Pl. 168 Nassau Blvd. 153 Wellington Rd. 80 Brompton Rd. 53 Pell Terr. 532 Bad Godesberg Lessing Str. 13, Germany 38 Laurel St. 49 Fenimore Ave. 81 Brompton Rd. 54 St. James St. 5 Sandy Ct. 208 Wellington Rd. 1 Devereux Pl. 86 Pell Terr. 11 Harrison St. 96 Washington Ave. 165 Tanners Pond Rd. 191 Kensington Rd. 67 Willow St. 8 Newmarket Rd. 64 Fairmount Blvd. Poge 207 Page 208 Editors-in-Chief ..... 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