Garfield High School - Retrospect Yearbook (Garfield, NJ)
- Class of 1958
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Our experiences and adventures
Through this screen we all can
Recalling the joys and sorrows
In doing our tasks so eagerly.
Fall has passed and winter too
And now in warmer weather,
Adorned in caps of white and blue
We all have come together.
As we gain our recognition
On this long awaited day,
Memories of the past we envision
Before going on our way.
The turning of these pages
Brings our pictures into view
With it comes the sadness
Of leaving friends we knew.
Now the time has come for us
To tell you of each deed
We've done our best to sum it up
For everyone to read.
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Dr. Kenneth P. Bishop
The education and well-being of the students of Garfield High School is of
constant concern to our principal, Dr. Kenneth Bishop. He is keenly aware of
the growing needs of each individual student, and he is continually striving to pro-
mote tlie welfare of those under his leadership. He has been close to all the students,
sharing with them their difficult as well as their joyous moments. Through his un-
tiring efforts, great administrative ability, and his enduring faith in democratic pro-
cedures. he has made an indelible impression on the faculty, the student body, and
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Mr. Argauer, the understanding and efficient Vice-Principal of our high
school, has always kept foremost in his mind the interests of all the students. He
is personally concerned with both the academic and social accomplishments of the
students. He will always be remembered for his genial personality, his keen sense
of humor, and his expert disciplinary ability.
Left to right: Mr. William Capone. Sec. of Board Mr. Edwin Scliemppq Mr. Joseph Szuliai, Mr
Clarence Rose-President, Mr. Albert Focarino, Mr. Henry Sucorowski, Mr. John R. Rozema4
Superintendent of Schools.
Mr. John R. Rozema
I0 Superintendent of Schools
Lucy Aflamg Florence Adler James Bates Mal'i0I1 Berkowitz
Mathematics Business Shop Home Economics
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Helen Blackford Teresa Bonelli
Mechanical Drawing Business
Edith Briefstcin Leo Brunetti Mildred Carrigan Nicholas Casini
English Business English Science
Alphonse D'Acie1-no Anne Colnaghi Evelyn Culligan Gladys Filippmle
Science English Business Lllflglwge
Through their tireless efforts
and inspirational guidance, they
have supplied us with the pro-
Marvin Fine Salvatore Franzino William Gatyas
Music Science Driver's Education
Margaret Gommoll Mabel Grady Ralph Herold Stasia Hogan
History English Science M alhernalics
john Hollis Peter Hubiak Edna ,Ianowski David Kopenhaver
Physical Education Mathematics English Director of Guidance
per background to gain our
place in society. They have
helped us achieve an education
commensurate with our ability.
Jules Lazicki Hertha Lingg John Maiola
Business History Music
Frances Markey Alice Martin Thomas Meehan Mabel Merritt
History History Science Science 15
Dean of Girls
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Edna Neavling Robert Nork
Language Chairman Physical Education
Marie Perrapato Lillian Pirrone
Physical Education English
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Rose Porcelli John Prelich Mary Roman Marie Sauer
14 Physical Educalion Science Librarian Art
Helen Scandariaw Gottlieb Schwall Angela Stefanelli Stephan Stirhu
Business Music English Business
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English - Coach
Peter Tengi Bertha Travers Carmello Trucco A ,
Language ugusla Costfmtm
Chairman of E7lgll'Sll Depl- Chairman of Business Dept.
Josephine Vilardo Robert Volonnino I-llCill6 W0lf Hvlvn Yllllil
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The Secretarial Staii
Leona Colacino Anna Schempp Nina Sorrento Mary Plunkett
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Mrs. Irene Kmetz, Mrs. Hilda Musterer, Mrs. Jean Copello, Mrs. Sis Hasten, Mrs. Helen Tutscii,
Mrs. Minnie Novotny, Mrs. Rose Demeny, Mrs. Mamie Furman.
Peter Pelka, Herbert Georges, Dominich Marietta, John Polioka, Joseph Paluh, John Ritoch, Sam
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FRANK SAL ATTARDI
"Don't pushl . . . Uh. that red
Caddy!" . . . enjoys driving. eating,
laughing. boys, and pizza pie . . .
dislikes smart guys, history teachers,
getting up early, and homework . . .
always with Carol . . . future in-
cludes bookkeeping career.
Knitting Club lg Dramatics Club 2.
"Hey, wait for mein . . . thinks Reno
is the greatest . . . can be found in a
black and red Buick most of the time
. .' . enjoys cars, food, and the colors
red and black . . . dislikes getting up
early. and coneeited people . . . after
graduation secretarial job . . . then
wants to become a wife and mother.
Library Council 1, 2, 3, 43 Future Teachers
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THOMAS JAMES ADAMO
One of our Holy Name Cadets . . .
outstanding musical ability . . . col-
lege next Fall . . . engineering field.
Travel Club 1, 23 G.H.S. Band 1, 2, 3, 43
.l.V. Baseball 3.
'glietter forget itl', . . . wings on his
feet ...' 1140 man . . . fond of Diane
and track . . . after GHS.-service.
Glee Club lg All Sports Club V. Pres. 25
Track 3. 49 Home Room V. Pres. 3, Let-
terrnen's Club 4.
,IENNIE ANN MILDRED
"That's the way the cookie crumblesv
. . . small but sweet . . . always with
Terry and Debonaires . . . 'glenn
adores dancing, club meetings, and
Lodi boys . . . designing school after
Cooking Club 1g Sewing Club 15 Dance
LOUIS JOHN AZZARA
"Hello, beautiful!" . . . fun loving,
unpredictable, flirtatious . . . noted
for being one of the Co-Captains of
the basketball team . . . tall and lanky
. . . "What a riot!" . . . Hliig Lou', is
always seen with Vince, Suit, Lenny,
and any girl in G.H.S .... college
next fall . . . Physical Education
Future Teachers Club 1, 2g Home Room
Pres. 3, 43 Letternienis Club 3, 4, Basket-
ball 2. 3, Co-Capt. 4.
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ROBERT JOHN BAKAY
"Wait till I get my carl" . . . nice to
know . . . new cars, Polish food,
swimming, and golf agree with 'gBob,'
. . . T.V. commercials, book reports,
and gasing up the car do not please
him . . . a career in the navy as a
mechanic in the future . . . constant
companion is Pete.
THOMAS MICHAEL BARSCH
"Hey, Dad 4- thatis sharplu . . .
noted for hcing a real swell kid . . .
"Man, what a draglu . . . "Lance"
enjoys llrive-lns, moonlight swims,
and one hcautiful girl at a time . . .
dclests history, homework, and deten-
tion . . . next Marines or Air Force
. . . thcn radio technician.
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DONALD EDWARD BARKER
"Dorf, is one of the quiet set . . . en-
joys fishing, shuffle board, chess, and
girls . . . doesnit like to get up to go
to school . . . doesn't like work, or
homework of any kind . . . undecided
about the future.
Chess and Checkers Club 1, 2.
'lWhere's Cinny?,7 . . . one of the
Bobbsey Twins . . . enjoys Frank Sin-
atra, ice skating, cluh meetings, and
driving . . . Future Teacher.
Library Council 1, Z5 Quill 1, 2, 3, Assist-
ant Editor in Chief 43 C.O. 1, 2, Yearbook
4, Future Teachers Club 35 Senior Playg
Court of Junior Promg Honor Society 3, 4.
ROBERT DALE BARRALE
"What do you want me to do?" . . .
quiet and cooperative . . . rates 1955
"Olds", steak, girls, and sports ex-
tremely high . . . looks disapprov-
ingly at eonecited girls and cars that
are faster than his . . . never without
Bo, Jerry Novak. and Frank Riggi
. . . college and a career as a profes-
sional man are in the future for Bob.
All Sports Club 2.
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DALE KATHRYN BECKER
"Have a happy!" . . . noted for al-
ways talking and laughing . . . causes
a riot at the National Honor Society
meetings by forgetting her minutes
. . . Dale' thinks swimming, horseback
riding, dancing, skating, and hayrides
rate high . . . low on her list are tests,
sloppy people, being stared at, and
nasty remarks . . . constant compan-
ion of "Ar',, Linda, and Boilermaker
Coeds . .' . to become an elementary
teacher . . . Paterson State Teachers
College next fall.
Tri-lli-Y 1, 43 Future Teachers Club V.
Pres. 1, 4g Dramatic Club 2g National
Honor Society 3, Sec. 4g Student Council
Zig .llmior Play, Yearbook 4-.
ENRICO F. BENIGNO
"What's the story?', . . . always a
laugh . . . "Oh, that color orange
sends meli' . . . tall, dark, and hand-
some . . . football enthusiast . . .
"Rico,' prefers girls, football, and
pool . . . is set against two-faced peo-
ple . . . Physical Education teacher
or real estate broker after graduation
. . . never without Weasel, Es, Bo,
Verga. and Zaccone.
Track 2, 3, 49 Football 3, 49 Spanish Club
JUSTINE SALLY BONANNO
"Hi ya. hon!" . . . hers are natural
curls . . . to know her is to like her
. . . great personality . . . Mary's
constant companion . . . 'gSal,' enjoys
Rock and Roll, swimming, working
on the Yearbook, and optimistic peo-
ple . . . after G.H.S., Passaic Cen-
eral Hospital School of Nursing.
Home Economic Club 1, Dance Club 2,
Future Nurses Club 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y lg Lit-
erary Editor of Yearbook 4.
'tl don't give a rat's tail" . . . quiet
but friendly . . . T.V. repair man and
marrying Ronnie are L'Bo's7, ambi-
All Sports Club 2, Know Your State 13
Court of .lunior Prom.
DAVID MICHAEL BRIGATI
'4That's some bull!" . . . great music
lover . . . voice like an angel . . .
crazy man, crazy . . . "Little Davei'
thinks music, sports, Rock and Roll,
and friendly girls are great . . . donit
give him Elvis Presley . . . constant
companion of Ronnie Menhart . . .
future holds a singing profession,
record contracts, and many personal
appearances . . .
Football 1, 2, Baseball 1, Track 2, 4,
Home Room V. Pres. 4.
RONALD E. BOHANNON
MI fight anybody my heavyi' . . . Lu
and football "tops" on his list . . .
thumbs down on Bermudas, and white
bucks . . . to be a football coach is
Football 1, 2, 3, Capt. 43 Lettermen's Club
3, 4, Track 1, 23 Home Room V. Pres. 4.
DOLORES ANN BUTLER
6'The night is almost at hand, it is
well to yield to the nighti' . . . future
Florence Nightingale . . . Galle" likes
reading, progressive jazz, and all
sports . . . 4'Hey, Jeanie and Frannie,
Travel Club lg Future Nurses Club 3, 4.
JOHN JAMES BUTLER
"Hey manl ' g S noted for his ability
as a track man . . . John thinks food,
girls, cars, money, and track are the
greatest . . . canit stand conceited
girls . . . to go to college and become
a good track athlete . . . then get mar-
Football 2g Track 1, 3, 4.
FRANCES R. CAILLETEAU
"You ain't got no smartsl". . .smiling
and friendly . . . crazy over bowling,
swimming, and pizza pie . . . objects
to those horrid gym exercises . . .
never without Joan and the Cherokees
. . . aspires to become a secretary.
Homemaking lg Knitting 2.
LUCILLE DIANA CACCIATORE
"But Mrs. Culliganln . . . Oh. those
blue eyesl . . . never without HBO" or
Sis Wapitis . . . lasagna and club
meetings rate high . . . conceited boys
and girls taboo . . . the business world
Dancing lg Library Council 2g Home Room
V. Pres. 4-5 Court of Junior Promg Junior
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MYRON MICHAEL BYCHEK
"What, me worry?,' . . . hard worker
. . . engineering his ambition . . .
college next year.
Hi-Y 3, 4-5 All Sports Club 1.
RICHARD C. CALI
t'Holy Cowl" . . Q Richie enjoys Rock
and Roll and more Rock and Roll,
also Italian food and girls . . . dis-
favors jealous and unfriendly people
. . . seen with Bob Hriscenko . . . de-
sires to become astronomer after gra-
Travel Club 19 Italian Club 2.
Prom Committee 3.
Kitten on the keys . . . very talented
. . . pleasant smile and nice long
brown hair . . . rates Sammy the best
. . . dancing, swimming, and horse-
back riding come next . . . Paterson
State after graduation . . . future
Dance Club lg Yearbook 4.
JOHN M. CHANDA
SALVATORE A. CARAVELLA
"Tell mel" . . . likeable chap . . .
never without Johanna . . . building
profession for 'gSam',.
Band 1, 2. 3g Dance Band 2.
t'That's a good questionn . . . person-
able guy . . . lover of sports . . .
Italian food, good times, and popular
music are tops with G'Richie', . . . de-
tests snobbish girls, and excessive
homework . . . engineering and col-
lege are next.
C.O. lg Hobby Club lg All Sports Club
Sec. 2g Lettermen's Club 3, 4-g Home
SANTORE PATRICK CASIELLO
t'See you laterln . . . warm smile,
friendly ways . . . "Cass" enjoys nice
cars, girls, and the Army . . . abhors
defenders of the Navy . . . Career as
lVl.P. in the Army.
Know Your State V. Pres lg Basketball lg
Track 3, 4.
Room Pres. 1, 4-g Basketball 2, 3, 45 Base-
Good build . . . lots of fun. . . one of
the Jewell Street boys . . . fancies
girls. pizza. and sports . . . objects to
any homework . . . it's college after
C.H.S. to become a Physical Educa-
All Sports Club 15 Track 15 Travel Club 2g
Baseball 25 Football 4.
liall 1, 2, 3, 4-.
DANIEL JOHN CHERVENOK
"How's it goinifw . . . enthusiastic
hunter and fisherman . . . likes arch-
ery, cars, and some girls . . . nix to
wise guys and know-it-alls . . . com-
panion of Ed, Al, Ted, Joe and John
. . . future? . . . air conditioning ex-
pert for G.E .... then stay single and
move to Canada.
Foreign Language Club 13 Gun Club 2.
MARIE IRENE CIOLINO
"You know what I mean?7' . . . one
of our peppy twirlers . . . spirit ga-
lore . . . likes twirling, and club meet-
ings . . . always with lioilermaker Co-
eds . . . the teaching world will get
Knitting Club lg Marionette Club 2g Tri-
Hi-Y lg Baton Twirlers 3, 4g Junior
Achievement 4g Future Teachers Club 4-g
Quill 4g Yearbook 4-.
EILEEN LORRAIN E CURTIS
RICHARD D. CIOLINO
"How about thatlv . . . wonderful
sense of humor . . . nice personality
. . . thinks Carol is the greatest . . .
future holds college for "Citch" . . .
Know Your State lg All Sports Club 2.
"Don't be a childll' . . . always get-
ting into something . . . '4Laury', likes
camping, church activities, and tape
recordings . . . dislikes Rock and Roll,
and stuck-up people . . . future? . . .
to work with teenagers or in a mis-
Marionette Club 2g Future Teachers Club
25 .lunior Achievement 3, 4.
BRENDA ROSE COLASSO
"Nasty gashln . . . watch out for
light green Buick . . . always with
Sonia and Boilermaker Coeds . . .
rates Joe, music, and cake in the cafe-
teria high . . . objects to gym socks,
homework, and getting up early . . .
to go to Comptometry school, then be
a homemaker and settle down.
Quill lg Marionette 29 Junior Achievement
1-g National Honor Society 3, 4g Yearbook
"Give me a hint" . . . crazy blond . . I.
always getting into trouble . . . best
chum is Lois.
Glee Club lg Personality Club 2g Sewing
Small but powerful . . . craves food
and football . . . always talking about
Madeline . . . to become rich is
"Weasel,s" ambition . . . always with
Rico, Bo, and Es.
Lettermen's Club 3, 4.
Quiet...likes classical music and sport
cars . . . dislikes Rock and Roll, con-
ceited girls . . . future undecided for
Mechanical Drawing Club lg All Sports
Oh, those beautiful blue eyes! . . .
can be found at Goldy's . . . girls his
favorite . . . college and engineering
for "Ed" . . . pals-Joe, Pete, and
All Sports Club 1.
VINCENT DE MARIA
"Ridiculous!" . . . "Vince" is keen on
girls, hot rods, money, and bowling
. . . friendly disposition . . . hopes to
become an automotive engineer.
All Sports Club 1, 25 Band 23 Hi-Y 3, Sec.
4-5 Yearbook 4.
uWhat a clip!" . . . 6'Cay,' likes base-
ball, swimming, Florida, and boys . . .
abhors Monday mornings and any
homework . . . to become a secretary
. . . then get married.
Dance Club lg Homemaking Club 2.
'GWho's got the homework?,' . . . tall
and blond . . . Hliicbv likes swim-
ming, hunting, fishing, bowling, and
baseball . . . dislikes homework . . . a
career in television electronics is
ahead for L'Rich".
Football 1, 3, Basketball 23 Audio-Visual
Aids Club 2, Pres. 3, 4.
RONALD PAUL DEL RE
L'Someday!,' . . . his Hchicki' is Sefi
. . . "Ronnie" rates Sefl, food, cars,
swimming and Rock and Roll very
high . . . his main ambition is to
make a million . . . future I.B.M.
Travel Club 1, All Sports Club 25 Prince
of Junior Prom.
ROBERT DEN BLEYKER
HI love me, whom do you love?" . . .
an ardent band member . . . 6'Pips',
enjoys those football games on Satur-
day, bowling, and food . . . won't put
up with English or conceited girls . . .
always with Vince, John, and Ray . . .
to attend college then go to the Navy
is next in line for 5'BobH.
Hobby Club lg All Sports Club Treas. 25
Hi-Y Treas. 3g Band 1, 23 National Honor
Society 4, Yearbook 4.
ELAINE MARY DERCO
"Never', . . . sweet and sincere . . .
diligent worker . . . 'AEU favors choc-
olate marshmallow sundaes, and
American Bandstand . . . abhors get-
ting up early, and washing dishes . . .
Liz Leili's pal . . . bookkeeping career
ahead for "E",
Newspaper Club 1, Commercial Club Pres.
23 Student Council 3, 4, National Honor
Society 3, 4g Home Room Pres. 3, 43 Memo
Service Club Pres. 4.
"Pd say something, but-" . . . small
is her stature . . . noted for her Hlarge
vocabulary" . . . enjoys music, food,
and swimming . . . while she dislikes
homework . . . never without Marie
. . . the nursing Held after C.H.S.
JACK JOSEPH DE SALVO
HWho's got the trig?" . . . Badge and
Al constant companions . . . likes
sports, food, girls, cars, and good
times . . . dislikes snobbish girls . . .
college is next for ,lack . . . field elec-
All Sports Club lg Basketball 1, 2, 45
Baseball l, 2, 4, Tennis Club 4.
ROSARY ANN DI MICELLI
"You known . . . short and sweet . . .
"Ro" adores ice skating, club meet-
ings, and hayrides . . . dislikes rainy
days, and conceited people . . . seen
with Shirley . . . career in secretarial
Marionette Club 23 Home Room Sec. 2,
.lunior Prom Committee 3g Home Room
Treas. 3, 45 Yearbook 4.
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ROGER HENRY DeVRIES
"Speaking of dogs, what do you
say?,' . . . never without Carol . . .
Carol, food, money, driving, and good
music rate high . . . detests noisy peo-
ple and Elvis Presley . . . an unde-
t , 'f fini :
Football lg Basketball 15 Track 1g Carden
Club Pres. 2.
JOSEPH JACK DUL
"Hey man!" . . . known for musical
ability . . . loves that accordion . . .
"Joe" likes fooling around, girls, piz-
za pie, and playing the accordion . . .
abhors crabby people and lectures . . .
future in the Air Force.
Newspaper Club lg Football 1, 2g P.T.A.
Amateur Show 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 25 Danc-
ing Club 23 Auto Club 33 Audio Visual
Club 3, Quill 3, 4.
J? "Y fn
"You're not too brightlw . . . the
meeting will now come to order . . .
end men fancy . . . g'Pete" thinks
Pam is the "tops', . . . one of the Big
"5,' . . . our "President', . . . college
boy . . . electrical engineer.
All Sports Club lg Basketball 13 Dancing
Club 23 Junior Playg Senior Playg Student
Council 4g National Honor Society 33 V.
Pres. 45 Boys State 3g Yearbook Layout
Editor 4, President of the Senior Class.
LESLIE JOHN ESLINGER
"I'm rough and I'm tough and I
might even yell" . . . favors late
hours, steak, stuffed cabbage, and
playing football . . . conceited girls,
cheese, tuna fish, coming home early,
and detention are very low on 'gEs,s,,
list . . . Ambition? . . . to further his
education, undecided as to what field
it may be . . . noted for always blush-
ing. and those beautiful light blue
Football 3, 45 Track 2, 3.
EDNA ANN ELIAS
HThat's debatable!" . . . big chief
. . . deadlines, deadlines, deadlines
. . . very talkative . . . weakness for
cats, pizza, reading, and classical mu-
sic . . . the college world for "Ed"
Dramatic Club lg Home Room Treas. 23
Quill Club 2g Quill 2, Feature Editor 3,
Editor-in-chief 4, National Honor Society 3,
43 Voice of Democracy contest runner-up 3,
lst place 4-g Yearbook 4.
BETTY CAROL ESPOSITO
'6Oh, how nice!" . . . good things
come in small packages . . . enjoys
Rock and Roll, ravioli, and club meet-
ings . . . abhors homework, conceited
people, and tuna fish . . . will attend
business school after graduation . . .
aspires to become a private secretary.
Dance Club lg Knitting Club 25 Memo
Service Club V. Pres. 5.
PAMELA ELLEN ELKOVICS
'LI would if I could, but I canit so I
wonitw . . . Betty Co-ed . , . Oh, those
red sneakers . . . cute and coquettish
. . . tops on Pete's list . . . fancies
pizza, and club meetings . . . always
with sis VVapiti's . . . desires position
in business world.
Knitting Club lg Dance Club 2g Home
Room Treas. 3g Home Room Sec. 2g Quill
35 Yearbook 45 National Honor Society 3,
4g Court of Junior Prom.
HWhat are you, Gungho?', . . . par-
ties always on his agenda . . .
"Speedy" dislikes football practice
. . . wants to make first million before
he's 24 . . . teaching in the future.
Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 4g Presi-
dent of Junior Class.
DAVID ALLAN FOX
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"Moderation in all things" . . . talent
supreme . . . lVlr. lnterlocutor . . .
"l'hil', enjoys classical music, girls,
and good books . . . dislikes many
things . . . one of the llig "5,'.
Science Club lg Psychology Club 4.
NINFA ANN FOLLARI
"Forget it!" . . . pleasant and always
smiling . . . "When do we eat?" . . .
to go to Comptometry or Beauty
School . . . Ambition? .l . . to have
many friends . . . make little over the
average income . . . food, Rock and
Roll, skating, bowling, dancing, and
boys are tops on her list.
l'.Q.'s Club 23 Quill 35 Garden Club 49
Senior Playg Home Room Treas. 4.
JOHN HENRY FARON
A talented senior . . . master of the
piano, accordion, and organ . . . en-
joys group singing, collecting records
both classical and modern . . . a den-
tal or musical career is his future
ambition . . . college next year for
Hobby Club 15 Biology Club 2g Hi-Y 4.
HELEN JOAN FORSTER
Diligent worker . . . bowling, archery,
basketball, good books, music, and
dancing are her favorites . . . will be
a comptometor operator . . . can be
found with Connie.
Knittting Club 15 Home Ec. 2g Guidance
33 Brochure Stall' 3g Quill 3, Yearbook 43
National Honor Society 4.
"Holy Smoke!" . . . quiet . . . willing
worker . . . food, sleep, parties, and
sports are the 'lgreatesti' . . . con-
ceited people don't rate . . . future
Dance Club lg Home Ee. Treas. 2.
'LYeah?" . . . "Fox" is noted for al-
ways being on hand with a prank of
some kind . . . Dave's likes include
hamburgers, awful-awfuls and all
vegetables . . . abhors people who
think they are ubig wheels" . . . his
ambition is to do the best he can in
whatever he does, and to be good in
his chosen profession . . . the future
finds Dave holding a position as a
freshman in some college, preferably
V. Pres. Home Room 15 Projection Club
Treas. lg Home Room Treas. 2g Chess and
Checker Club Pres. 2g Hi-Y 2, Pres. 3, 4-g
Yearbook 43 Student Council 45 Track 1,
2, 3, 4g .Iunior Playg Senior Play.
AMALIE E. FRANZ
"Pshhhhhhhhhhhhhhh" . . . can be
seen with any sis HTop Hatteru . . .
noted for liking motorcycles, and
dancing . . . abhors classical music,
and dirty dishes . . . Ambition? . . .
W.A.F. or foreign correspondent.
Glee Club 13 Foreign Language Club 13
Dance Club 2.
ANDREW ROBERT GALLOP0
Musically inclined . . . a loyal band
member . . . quiet and reserved . . .
Andy's ambition is to become an
Band 1, 2, 3, 4g All-State Band, All-State
Orchestrag Dance Band 2, 3, 45 Band Club
1g National Honor Society 3, 4.
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'iForget it!" . . . Oh. those jokes . . .
agra-agra . . . fun and fancy free . . .
never without Jennie Ann . . . Wller-
ry" is keen on Larry, dancing, club
meetings, pizza, and black olives . . .
gym socks, Monday mornings, and
people who donit say "Hello', are ta-
boo . . . hopes for position as secre-
Newspaper Club 13 Glee Club 25 Student
Council 4, Yearbook 4.
"Wanna bet?" . . . 'Joe" likes good
food, cars, girls, and Rock and Roll
. . . objects to homework, and study-
ing for tests . . . seen with John, Pete,
and Ed . . . will join Air Force after
All Sports Club 13 Basketball 1.
JENNY MICHAELENA GALIMI
Noted for that crazy laugh . . . mu-
sic ability outstanding . . . u,leanne"
enjoys music, the record, 'iliarth An-
gel", and convertibles . . . can't stand
chocolate ice cream . . . seen with
Dora Wasser, Eileen, and Mary . . .
wants to make money, then buy a car
and travel . . . to secure a secretarial
job after C.H.S.
Dance Club 2.
JANET VIRGINIA GEMSKI
HI have no ideal" . . . a hard worker
. . . cooperative . . . always with
Aggie and Kathy . . . 'L.lan" enjoys
ice skating, and Rock and Roll . . .
canit stand conceited boys, or home-
work . . . aspires to become a secre-
tary after graduation.
Hobby Club Sec. lg Good Grooming Club
23 Carden Club 4s Yearbook 4.
RUDOLPH GROSS DORIS ANN GUMIELA
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WALTER ROBERT GERENZ
Quiet and reserved . . . friendly to all
. . . "Walt" rates sports, good food,
and driving high . . .dislikes any
homework . . . college then an engi-
neer's 'ob . . . seen with Myron
Hobby Club lg Math Club 2, Radio' Club
MAXINE JOYCE GOLDSTEIN
"Thanks a lot!" . . . ardent nurse . . .
"Maxis" likes include Air Force, mu-
sic, and Mr. Franzino,s chemistry
class . . . hates homework . . . seen
with lio, Barbara, and Bev . . . to be-
come a lic-gistered Nurse.
Science Club lg Glee Club 2, 3g Future
Nurses Club 3, 4g Biology Club 4g Year-
ROBERT J. GETZEWICH
'LGive me another chance, Mr. Hu-
biak!,' . . . Joe College . . . l'Getz,,
favors Betty, food, and sleep . . .
homework, algebra, and conceited
girls are nix . . . Engineering for
Football 1, 4-5 Yearbook 3, 45 Student
Council 3, V. Pres. 4-.
"Did you hear the one about the two
elephants?" . . . Fats Domino, pizza,
and Jewell Street rate high with
"Rudy" . . . trig homework, and
magazine sales are taboo . . . college
in the future.
Jr. Engineering Club lg Marionette Club
Sec. lg Treas. 23 Senior Play.
CAROL ANN GLAZER
"Hey, Push, what do you want for
lunch!" . . . Beauty School in her fu-
ture . . . ravioli, hayrides, Awful-
awfuls her speed . . . no detention.
5-Iome Ec. lg Marionette Club 25 Tri-Hi-Y
"That's the way it turns!" . . . "Be
good!" . . . "Desai, likes driving, pop
music, and autumn . . . can't stand
boring classes, hot rods, or home-
work . . . her aim to be a success . . .
will attend Katherine Gibbs next fall.
Dance Club lg Commercial Club V. Pres.
CAROLYN HENRIETTA HALKA
Cute blonde . . . quiet and petite . . .
'iCarol" likes dancing, listening to
Rock and Roll, roller skating and ice
skating . . . never without Helen . . .
aspires to become a secretary.
Glee Club 2.
HENRY JOSEPH HANZO,
"Yep, yep!" . . . terrific dancer . . .
noted for wearing that loud-red vest
. . . seen with most of the cute girls
around school and Joe . . . "Hank"
rates pretty girls, dancing, ice skat-
ing, and fast cars tops . . . thumbs
down on girls who don't say hello,
and cars without radios . . . to make
a success in any Held, more specifi-
cally electrical engineering.
Hobby Club lg Dance Club 23 Football lg
Court of Junior Prom, Gymnastic 4.
I BETTY A. HAMER
'lHey, Kat!" . . . fun is her password
. . . the wittiest of wits . . . constantly
chattering . . . dislikes people with
no sense of humor . . . proud of Bob's
ring . . . can be found at all Wapiti
meetings with Lu.
C.O. lg Dramatics Club 15 Dance Club 2g
Future Nurses Club 3, Quill 3, Court of
.lunior Prom, Yearbook 3, 4-g Student
Council 3, 4g Junior Playg Home Room V.
Pres. 2g Home Room Sec. 3.
SONIA SUE HAVRILIAK
6'He likes it and heis very bard to
pleasef' . . . always having a lot of
fun . . . wishes to have lots of friends
and money . . . convertibles, and
Johnny lVlathis's records rate NA"
with "Sonnie,' . . . disfavors cats, and
two-timers . . . future holds a teach-
Homemaking Club Sec. lg Glee Club 25
Cosmopolitans 2, 3, 4.
ARLENE HELEN HANDZO
"My Lord!" . . . sincere and quiet
. . . admires crew cuts, Frank Sinatra,
and spending the summer at High-
land Lakes . . . HAr,' detests hot rods,
and homework . . . always with Dale
and Sandra . . . after G.H.S. business
Newspaper Club lg Handicraft Club 2.
DENNIS PAUL HERZO
To have his own band some day . . .
terrific clarinet player . . . enjoys
music fespecially jazzj, chemistry,
and ping-pong . . . dislikes most Rock
and Roll and conceited people . . .
always with Bill, Andy, and Myron
. . . to earn a degree in engineering,
physics, or chemistry.
G.H.S. Band 1, 2, 3, 4-9 Dance Band 2, 3,
4-g Hi-Y V. Pres. 3g Treas 4-3 Student
Council 3, National Honor Society 3, 4-g
Band Club lg All Sports Club 25 Junior
Play, Senior Play.
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CAROL ELLEN HERZOG
"Did you see Citch?', . . . dreamy are
her ways . . . good things come in
small packages . . . can't resist
"Citch," pizza, club meetings, or
bar-b-q's . . . thunlbs down on gym
socks . . . will attend Paterson State
Tri-lli-Y 1, 2g Future Teachers Club lg
Dramatics Club 25 Future Nurses Club 35
CURTIS DANA JACKS
Good-looking . . . pleasant ways . . .
reserved and carefree . . . natural
curly hair . . . "Curt" adores girls,
football, and food . . . dz-tests home-
work . . . Navy ahead . . . an officer
Football l, 2, 4.
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THELMA RUTH HOLMES
An athletic wonder . . . secretarial
career . . . to be a wife and mother
is "Thelma's" future . . . dislikes
Home Ec. Club V. Pres. 1, Sec. 25 Ath-
letic Club 2.
"Where's Kathy?" . . . 'aIt's a panicll'
. . . her likes include Roger, cars,
drive-ins, pep rallies, and ice skating
. . . pals with Kathy . . . never with-
out Roger . . . Paterson State Teach-
ers College for Lflackf'
Future Teachers Club 1, 4.
"Yeah, that's rightll' . . . "Bob" en-
joys dancing, swimming, and Rock
and Roll . . . art career ahead . . .
constant companions are Richard and
Football lg Track 1, 2, 3, 45 All Sports
Club 1, 2.
PETTIS B. JOHNSON
"What's happening?" . . . never home
early . . . all for money, girls, and
food . . . wants to further his educa-
tion . . . never without his '52
Know Your State lg Camera Club 2g Var-
sity Club 4.
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BARBARA ANN KENYON
'fHoly Cow!" . . . ardent fan of Mar-
lon Brando . . . rates crew cuts, blue
eyes, and owners of Mercurys utopsi'
. . . canit stand conceited boys . . .
seen with Lois and Eileen . . . future
Foreign Language Club lg Tri-Hi-Y lg
Newspaper Club lg Marionette Club 2.
"Where's Petefw . . . 'gBabe', finds
writing to Pete, swimming, and danc-
ing a lot of fun . . . while she dis-
likes school work, and conceited girls
. . . constant companion of Loretta
and Tee . . . wishes to become a sec-
retary . . . then a wife and mother.
CYNTHIA H.. KASICA
A new comer . . . noted for sneaking
in line during lunch . . . "Cindy"
enjoys dancing . . . nosy people should
keep their distance . . . a secretarial
career and then marriage are her
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
MARY A. KILANOWSKI
4'Waho-o-0" . . . thatt hearty laugh . . .
having loads of fun . . . okays most
of her teachers . . . nice to know . . .
will fly high and see the world as an
Tri-Hi-Y 13 Library Council 23 Yearbook 4.
WILLIAM GLENN KEATING
HGive me a break!" . . . 4'Farmer"
enjoys cars, good money, horses, and
girls . . . can't stand school, traffic
cops, or judges . . . his ambition is to
join the Navy then marriage . . .
very cooperative and a good worker.
Chess and Checker Club 2g Gymnastic
RUDY ROBERT KIRSTEUER
Good-looking . . . friendly and coop-
erative . . . undecided about future.
All Sports Club 25 Lettermen's Club 4.
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JOSEPH EMIL KLEPAR
"Yes or no-let's go!" . . . 4'Snooky"
rates girls and the '57 Dodge 'lgreati'
. . . detests English and history . . .
anchors away . . . doesn't believe in
JOSEPH STEVEN KRACK
"Forget it!" . . . "Joe" enjoys money,
girls, and cars . . . dislikes stuck-up
girls and hard subjects . . . one of the
younger members of our class . . .
thinks Barbara is the "bcst', . . . a
career as an electrical engineer after
C H S
Hobby Club lg Science Club 2g Football
lg Hi-Y Treas. 3, 4g Track 4.
FRED ADAM KOBYLARZ
Smiley . . . quiet until he gets started
-then watch out . . . football fiend
. . . "Freddie', thinks girls and gym
are fun . . . won't stand for noisy
people at dances and girls that act
like "children" on dates . . . future
Chess and Checkers Club Treas. 1, 2, Track
1, Baseball 2g Football 1, 3, 49 l..ettermen's
Club 3, 4.
WILLIAM MICHAEL KRAUS
Photography whiz . . . never without
his camera . . . keen on Dot, modern
jazz, and photography . . . lt's a no
to Rock and Roll . . . his goal is elec-
Band 1, 2, 3, 4-g Dance Band 2, 3, 4g Quill
photographerg Yearbook Photography staff,
National Honor Society 3, 43 All Sports
Club 2, Future Engineers Club lg Senior
. . and all that jazzy . . . good look-
ing senior . . . popularity plus . . .
twirling and working at Meyer Bros.
rate high with "I" . . . seen with Sig
Wapitis . . . teaching career in the
11.0. 1, V. Pres. 2, Future Teachers 1, 45
Quill Club Pres. 2g Quill staff 2, 3, 43
Student Council Treas. 3, Sec. 43 Twirler
2. 3, Head Majorette 43 National Honor
Society 3, 45 .lunior Playg Queen of the
.lunior Prom, Yearbook Assistant Editor-in-
Chief 4g Home Room Pres. 1, 2, Sec. 4.
GEORGE C. KROLL
"Forget itlu . . . small is his stature
. . . his likes include hunting, fishing.
and swimming . . . abhors tests and
homework . . . to he wealthy, healthy,
and contented are his desires after
Engineering Club 23 Rod and Gun Club lg
Band 1, 2.
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SAI-VATORE LA CURTE GLORIA ANN LANGANES
lndividualist . . . set against unnec-
essary work . . . 4'Bob', likes sports,
cars, and fairly intelligent blondes
. . . constantly with Vince . . . future
as automotive engineer or test driver.
Chess and Checker Club 2.
, . .5-Q.
Our terrific hunting and fishing col-
umn writer . . . noted for liking
hunting, fishing, and money . . . dis-
likes fresh girls, wise guys, and home-
work . . . always with Ronnie, Jerry,
and Paul . . . to make a career of
Navy or become C.P.A .... - future
Camera Club lg Foreign Language Club 25
Rifle Club 4.
JOYCE MARTHA KREKICH
"Hey, Steffln . . . talkative . . . en-
joys sleeping late, pizza, movies, and
Tri-Hi-Y meetings . . . disfavors
homework and impatient teachers
. . . always with Steff, Cindy, and
Diane . . . teaching profession after
high school . . . to attend Paterson
Library Council 13 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 4-g Com-
mercial Club Sec. 2g Junior Achievement
4g Quill 45 Yearbook 45 Future Teachers
Club 45 National Honor Society 4.
Very quiet . . . among his likes are
cars, girls, and eating . . . dislikes
Newspaper Club 15 Foreign Language Club
MARCIA DIANNA KRUPACS
"This is a big bunch of jazz!" . . .
capable and industrious . . . bubbling
over with intelligence . . . Hi-Fi en-
thusiast . . . "Marsh,7 dislikes long
drawn out meetings . . . industrial re-
search and college ahead.
Future Teachers Club lg Math. Club 2g
Tri-Hi-Y 1, Treas. 2, 3, 45 Junior Achieve-
ment 3, 4g junior Playg Senior Playg Girls
State 3g National Honor Society 3, 43
Yearbook 45 Treasurer of Senior Class.
NRO, call me after American Band-
stand" . . . loquacious . . . the future
sees '4Bonnie" as a speech therapist
. . . Newark State Teachers College
is next for her.
Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2g Glee Club lg Dramatic Club
Pres. 13 Knitting Club Pres. 2g Home
Room V. Pres. 2, Treas. 3, Sec. 4g Future
Teachers Club 4g Archery Club 43 Tennis
Club 4g Yearbook Photography Editor 4.
ARLENE F. LOGIOCO
"Very good!" . . . g'l'm on a diet"
. . . lun loving senior . . . that Penn-
sylvania accent . . . fancies hamburg-
ers, ice cream, club meetings, Bar-
cellonais, haunted houses, and dances
. . . dc-tests Texas weiners, detention,
and boys who are late . . . L'Pat'l
wants to be a model.
Knitting Club 1, 2g Quill 3, 45 Library
Council 4g Junior Prom Committee 3g
Court of Junior Promg Yearbook 4.
"Cot your homework?,' . . . friendly
. . . businesslike . . . "Stefl, likes
pizza, television, and dancing . . . spe-
cial pals include Arlene, Cindy, and
Language Club lg Tri-Hi-Y 1, 3, 45 Mari-
onette Club 2g Yearbook 4: Junior Achieve-
ment 45 Quill Circulation Manager 3, Busi-
ness Manager 4.
KATHERINE A. LATONA
Friendly and cooperative . . . "Katby',
likes dancing, traveling, and pizza
. . . doesnit go for homework or
snobbish people . . . always with
Betty . . . next Comptometry school.
Travel Club lg Homemaking Club 23 Year-
JOHN FRANK LOCASCIO
'cwho wants to go bowlingfw . . .
friendly and cooperative. . . "Johnny,'
favors bowling, football, and sleep
. . . a career in the Air Force . . . a
"Four Star General" in the future
. . . pals with Bob and Vince.
Language Club lg All Sports Club 2g Hi-Y
3, V. Pres. 4.
KATHLEEN SANDRA LEBO
"Lovely" . . . "Hey, Kathli' . . . likes
include boys, pizza, and hayrides . . .
set against homework and getting up
early . . . never without Kathy . . .
secretarial job awaits "Kathy,, after
Travel Club 15 Marionette Club 2g Tri-Hi-
Y 1, 3, Treas. 4, Fixture Nurses Club 3'
Quill 3, 4g Junior Achievement 4g Year:
6'That's immaterialu . . . noted for
that special smile . . . G.H.S.'s con-
tribution to the political world . . .
school R.P.I. or M.I.T, . . . then ther-
Junior Engineering Club Ig Glee Club 1,
23 Quill 2, News Editor 3, 45 Junior
Achievement 2, 3, Executive 4g National
Conference Pres. 3g Tri-Hi-Y 1, Pres. 2, 3,
V. Pres. 45 Student Council V. Pres. 33
Junior Play leadg Senior Playg National
Honor Society 3, Pres. 43 Yearbook Activi-
ties Editor 4g Cheerleaders 2, 3, Captain 4.
"Hey, Carol, no onions on the ham-
burgersli' . . . "Oh, to have two Cad-
dys-one pink, one bluelv . . . noted
for telling jokes . . . dislikes insulting
people, bookkeeping, green vegeta-
bles, and vanilla ice cream . . . ambi-
tion is to become a secretary for
"Pushie" . . . future? . . . get rich
. . . have ten kids . . . Always with
Carol. Mary. and Cherokees.
Dance Club 1.5 Newspaper Club 2.
BARBARA RUTH MAISEL
"Big dealli' . . . uHahl,' . . . quiet
and reserved . . . office worker . . .
"Baits" wants to become a secretary
. . . then wife and mother . . . never
without Mae . . . likes include eating
and going with Eddie . . . objects to
homework and complaining teachers.
Home Ee. Club lg Dramatics Club 2.
THOMAS KENNETH LYNCH
Noted for always talking . . . tall and
thin . . . baseball is his pleasure . . .
L'Cookie" likes girls, cars, and veal
cutlets . . . can't stand school or
homework . . . ambition-to get a
new car . . . then join the Air Force.
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4-g Current Events Club 1.
JERRY EDWARD MAISEL
HI don't care!" . . . always with the
Hboysw . . . can't wait for graduation
. . . u.ler" enjoys girls, cars, food,
and vacations . . . eanit stand school
. . . ambition is to get out of school
. . . then join the service.
Current Events Club 13 Science Club 2.
'6Be ready to meet anything and meet
it wellln . . . dancing is one of his
pastimes . . . sports, body building,
fishing, and a smart and pretty girl
are tops with 4'lVlaggy" .' . . ean't
stand homework, history, and impa-
tient teachers . . . seen with the
'Lboysv . . . to be popular and a suc-
cess in life are his goals. f
Glee Club lg Dance Club 29 Football 4.
JOSEPH ANTHONY MALAK
Tall and blonde . . . noted for work-
ing in the Y.lVl.C.A .... likes bowl-
ing, and bow and arrow hunting . . .
canit stand homework and school . . .
wants to become a 'Tour Star Gen-
eral in the Air Force."
Science Club 1.
BARBARA JANICE MALYSO
"What a raidll' . . . small but lively
. . . always with Bev, Mary Ann,
and Carol . . . ice skating, swim-
ming, and Rock and Roll send her
. . . disfavors gym socks, and televis-
ion . . . aspires to become a secre-
P.Q.'s Club lg Library Council 25 Year-
STEPHEN JOHN MARGA
"What do we have today-health or
gym?" . . . "Steven likes Kalbasy,
and lost weekends . . . hates those big
deals, and noisy people at dances
. . . hopes to own his own business
and retire at 40.
linginecring Club 1.
. 4 no .,
GEORGE CHARLES MAMMOLA
"Forget it!', . . . flirting brown eyes
. . . end men fancy . . . Gary Boyd
in Melody Jones . . . one of the Big
H59 . . . "Mole,' loves girls and food
. . . while homework and eonceited
girls rate low . . . college and an
engineering job will follow.
Track 1, Projection Club lg C.O. 2g Presi-
dent of Board of Ed. Youth Week, Junior
Play, V. Pres. of Junior Classg Junior
Prom Committeeg Student Council 3, Pres.
4, Yearbook 4.
"Hi!" where,s Maryann? . . . adores
food, ears, and drive-ins . . . 'Ceorgem
rates high with "Kathy" . . . canit
stand coffee, calories, and conceited
boys . . . ambition is to be Home EC.
Teacher . . . never without George
Glee Club 1, 25 Dance Club 2g Future
Teachers Club 4-.
ova y 'l . . . Friendly and sincere
. . . nice to know . . . favors club
meetings. school, driving, and arch-
ery . . . can do without history, get-
ting up early, and Monday mornings
. . . can be seen with Kathy, Jean,
Tri-lli-Y V. Pres. 1, 2, Pres. 3, 4g Future
'l'eacl1e-rs Club lg Marionette Club 23 Fu-
ture Nurses Club 3, 43 Quill 3, 4-g Year-
book 3, 45 Junior Achievement 4g Flag
"L il fl
Twirlers 3, 4.
LEONARD JOSEPH MASUCCI
One of the Big "5" . . . a friend to
all . , . partial to dancing and fishing
. . . Garfield Community Boys' Club
follower . . . abhors conceited people.
and bad sports . . . the teaching
world for "Lenny."
Football 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 25 Letter-
men's Club 2, 3, 4g Junior Prom Commit-
tee, King of the Junior Prom.
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RONALD JOHN MENHART
Another enthusiastic music lover . . .
onnieii prefers singing. sports. and
pool to school . . . ambition 'f . . . to
become a singer . . . Always found
ck l. 23 Glee Club 2g All Sports Club 2.
"Are you for real?" . . . sweet per-
sonality . . . friendly ways . . . adores
Ray. skating. and swimming . f .
thumbs down on homework, and
show-offs for "Ann" . . . seen with
Emma and Esther . . . after gradua-
tion Comptomelry school.
Home lic. Club lg Secretarial Club 2g
Memo Service Club 4.
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Lili:-ally?" . . . "How about that!"
. . . hhlickl' likes cars. girls, food,
hunting. dancing. and sleep . . .
stuck-up girls. homework. and get-
ting up early don't please him . . .
ambition and future are undecided
. . . seen with Joe, Ron, and the
Football l, 25 All Sports Club lg Projec-
tion Club 2.
Quiet manner . . . uMitch,7 likes cars,
hshing. and planes . . . objects to
nothing . . . wants to be an airplane
mechanic . . . will go to aeronautical
school next fall.
Chess and Checkers Club 1.
MARIE FRANCES MILLER
'LYou know?" . . . travel enlltusiast
. . . keen on country music. driving,
and the Yankees . . . disapproves of
having too much homework . . . her
new Chevy is 'btopsi' . . . seen with
Laurel and Marie.
Newspaper Club lg Library Council 29
Chemistry Club 44 Yearbook 4-4 Future
Teachers Club 4-g Junior Achievement 3, 4.
"I fell off the benchlv . . . noted for
his crazy signs at pep rallies . . .
favors all sports especially football
. . . detests a lot of homework . . .
"Mickey Hooneyi' is looking forward
to becoming the principal of Car-
Held High School.
Chess and Checkers Club 1, 2g Football 1,
2 g Track 2.
"Better believe itlv . . . small and fun
loving . . . keen on clothes, shoes,
hand bags, and popular tunes . . .
business school is next in the future
. . . can lie seen with Gay and Helen.
Teenage l'.Q.'s Club lg Commercial Club
Treas. 2g Memo Club 3.
ESTHER HARRIET MURRAY
"Cel out of my lifeln . . . individ-
ualist . . . quiet and unassuming .
interested in music, dancing, and em-
broidery . . . dislikes homework, tests,
and getting up early in the morning
. . . seen with Emma, Ann, and
Gloria . . . to become an office work-
er after graduation.
Home lic. lg Secretarial Club 2g Memo
Service Club 4.
NANCY PATRICIA MORDENTI
'4l'lave you seen Terry?" . . . a real
pal . . . seen with W'apitis . . stately
stature . . . noted for liking pizza,
club meetings. and Rock and Roll . . .
loathes snobbish people, exams, and
getting up for school . . . Comptome-
try school after G.H.S.
Knitting Club 1g Commercial Club 23
Twirlers 2, 3 ,4.
Quiet individual . . . food, Rock and
Roll, and cars are tops with "Frank,'
. . . his dislikes are school, home-
work, and getting up early . . . future
'gOhl I give up" . . . warm smile
and friendly ways . . . shy. sweet,
and nice to know . . . "lim" likes
lmoys, ice skating, and driving . . . ob-
jects to washing dishes . . . seen with
Ann and Esther . . . to go to Comp-
tometry school next fall.
Knitting Club 1, Treas. 2g Memo Service
MARLENE ANN NAKONECHNY
g'Cot your money, girls?" . . . our
co-captain . . . hers are dancing feet
. . . tops on her list are cheering.
dancing, parties, and Wapiti
meetings . . . an ardent 'gplattersv
fan . . . boys in had moods should
keep their distance . . . always teases
Pam . . . a future buyer.
Quill 3, 4g Dramatics Club lg Library
Council 25 C.O. lg Pres. 2g Student Coun-
cil 3, 4g Cheerleaders 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4-g
Yearbook Assistant Literary Editor 4-g Na-
tional Honor Society 3, 45 Court of Junior
Prom: Home Room Pres. 1, 2, 3, Treas. 4.
F' X. 1
BEVERLY JOYCE NOONBURG
"Too eutev . . . "l5ev'7 likes Richie.
good times. driving. and clothes . . .
rainy days. ll..-Xfs. and gym socks dis-
tilt-use-S her . . . future includes be-
coming a private secretary . . . seen
with Ritchie. Carol. and Citch.
Dance Club lg Cheerleaders 2g Yearbook 4.
JOHN E. ONUFER
""I doubt it!', . . . "Johnnie" favors
swimming. ears. and gym . . . objects
to history. tests. and homework .
would like to graduate and then go
into the armed forces.
Know Your State Club lg Hobby Club 2.
VIRGINIA ANN NORK
G'Did you see Fuz?'i . . . the other
half of the Bobbsey twins . . . llirta-
tious . . . "Ginny" enjoys listening to
Frank Sinatra . . . not keen on con-
ceited people and getting up early
. . . to become a future teacher . . .
never without Fuz.
Library Council 1, 2g Quill Club 29 Honor
Society 3, 4g Quill 1, 2, 3, Assistant Editor-
in-Cbief 4g Fixture Teachers SQ Yearbook 4.
Ardent fan of sports . . . quiet and
reserved . . . fun to be with . . .
h'Steve" likes ears, girls, and billiards
. . . just doesnit care for any home-
work . . . to go on to an electrical
engineering job is his ambition . . .
the immediate future holds college
for him . . . always with Lynch.
Basketball 3g Baseball 3.
"Goshl" . . . friendly smile for every-
one . . . L'Paul'7 likes collegiate boys,
pizza, and polkas . . . detest getting
up in the morning . . . future ele-
mentary school teacher.
Future Teachers Club Ig llome Room Pres.
2g C.0. Treas. 2, Quill Club See. 2g Year-
book 4g Junior Achievement 4-.
"Oh my goshlu . . . keen on Lenny
. . . 'iludyii likes Barco, parties, and
witty people . . . dislikes grouches
and knee socks . . . seen with Georg-
ette and Sandy . . . will attend Comp-
Library Council lg C.0. lg Home Room
Pres. Ig Dance Club 2g National Honor
Society 3, 4.
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PAUL JOHN PASCAVAGE
"Uh, ehargelw . . . "Uncle Milty and
his Milly rangersw . . . tops on
"l'aul's', list are Jane Messler, hunt-
ing, and fishing . . . dislikes blondes
and tests . . . plans lo go to elec-
Rod and Gun Club 13 Carden Club 4g
Band 1, 2, 3g Dance Band 1, 25 Football 1.
ROBERT JOHN PASTOR
"The other half" . . . "Hobs, has var-
ied interests . . . disfavors show-offs
and homework . . . seen with Bernice
. . . seeks eareer in Air Force.
Band 3, 4.
RICHARD STEVEN PASTOR
Always in the halls . . . never with-
out a smile or a funny joke . . . con-
stantly chattering . i. . belongs to
Ground 0bserver's Corp . . . "Richie"
thinks lietty is the greatest . . . can't
sttand homework or stuck up girls
. . . his goal?-to be first human on
the moong . . . unttil then the Air
Force will be his objective.
GEORGETTE MARIE PASTOR
. . me neither" . . . full of fun . . .
nice ways are hers . . . "Judge" likes
driving, hayrides, and veal parmesan
. . . dislikes conceited people . . .
seen with Judy and Sandy . . .aspires
to be a private secretary.
Newspaper Club lg Home Room Treas. 4.
CAROL HELEN PAZIN
"So what?" . . . willing worker . . .
"Carol" enjoys steak, Saturdays, and
books . . . detests getting up early
. . . never without Barbara and .lus-
ttine . . . to become an elementary
school teacher . . . Trenton State
Teachers College after Cv.H.S.
Fixture Teachers Club 1, 49 Math. Club 23
National Honor Society 3, 4g Tri-Hi-Y 3,
Sec. 4-g C.0. 2g Junior Achievement 4.
ALFRED WILLIAM PELIKAN
"What's up?" . . . crazy over cars-
especially hot-rods . . . "Al" thinks
girls and swimming are fun . . .
doesn't care for wise guys, or history
. . . wants to join the Navy, then get
married and have a family.
Hobby Club lg Music Club 2.
PETER JOHN PELKA
'LPete" really enjoys sports . . . shy
and reserved . . . basketball, baseball,
and swimming are his favorites . . .
aspires to be a great artist . . . never
without Bob . . . after G.H.S. the
All Sports Club 14 Know Your State 25
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4-5 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4-.
ROGER ALLAN PRATCHLER
Industrious . . . musical . . . Holy
Name cadet . . . aspires to become a
chemical engineer for the Ford Motor
Company . . . "Baj,' can be seen with
Roger and Al.
All Boys Choir 1, 2, 35 Math Club 1, 2, 35
Science Club 35 Language Club 1, 3.
BEVERLY ANN V. PIZZULO
"Hey, wait for men . . . voice like a
nightingale . . . enjoys singing, all
sports, and horse back riding . . .
dislikes roller skating . . . aspires to
become a professional singer . . . will
join the WAF,s . . . rates Joe utopsf,
Music Club 15 Travel Club 25 Dance Club
15 Library Council 3.
AGNES JOAN PULICHINO
'Tm so embarrassedn . . . fashion
know how . . . seen with Janet and
Kathy . . , pizza and Rock and Roll
rate a big "An with Aggie . . . can't
stand starving until last lunch period
. . . wants to become a secretary.
Homemaking Club 15 Pres. 25 Yearbook 4.
JOHN ALEX POLK
a'You moldi' . . . loquacious . . . hunt-
ing, fishing are his favorites . . .
work, and teachers who give home-
work displease him . . . anchors away
. . . seen with Dan and Bill.
Football 15 Rod and Gun Club 15 Chess
and Checkers 2.
ROBERT JOSEPH PUZINO
A perfect gentleman . . . heading
"Joe's" list are Rock and Roll, food,
and swimming . . . ending his list
are wise guys, work, and school . . .
seen with Jewell Street crowd . . . un-
Math. Club 25 Clee Club 25 Archery Club
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wg.. .mia -Q.
"So what?" . . . oh, that long brou n
hair . . . always with Carol . . . dam:-
ing. good times, pizza and holidays
rate high . . . low on her list are sar-
castic people. tests. and knee socks
. . . business school then a secretarial
career for i'Mar."
Marionette Club 2.
SHIRLEY MARIE RESAVAGE
"Really" . . . pretty long, brown hair
. . . pleasant and friendly ways . . .
always with Ro . . . keep on boys,
it-e skating, hayrides. clothes. and
dancing . . . objects to full skirts with
socks . . . after CHS. Comptometry
school for 'LShirl.'l
Dramatics Club lg Library 2.
THERESA ANN PUZINO
"Ain'a but?', . . . 'tDid you see
Nancy?" . . . a real pal . . . friend-
ship her password . . . crazy over
Carl, food, Barce, ice cream, ice skat-
ing, and P.J. parties . . . plans to go
to Passaic General Hospittal, School
Dance Club 25 Typing Club 23 Home
Room, Vice President 2, Baton Twirler 43
"Hurrah for Mr. Hubiakln . . . noted
for being a rowdy in Mr. Hubiak's
class . . . mischievous . . . uTony"
thinks pizza, physics, and girls are
are great . . . dislikes Mr. Hubiak's
reprimanding him . . . future holds
college . . . seen with the boys on
All Sports Club lg Basketball lg Football
3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4-.
WILLIAM ALFRED RADECKY
This year's only 3 letter man . . . a
real pal . . . blonde are those locks
. . . sleeping in class again? . . . nev-
er without George, Richie, and Joe
. . . "Hip" will always take baseball,
basketball. football, girls, and good
food . . . aims for position in major
league baseball . . . looks forward to
a long, happy life.
Baseball 1, 2, 3g Basketball 2, 3, 4-3 Foot-
ball 1, 4g Lettermen's Club 4.
RONALD JOHN RISKO
"lt,s rough all over!" . . . nice to
know . . . hunting, fishing, nice
clothes, Pat, good food. and ears are
real favorites . . . never without
George or Sal . . . after G.H.S.
Wrightls or Federal Bell.
Rod and Gun 2g Engineering lg Band 1, 2.
39 Dance Band 1, 2.
BARBARA JEAN ROERICH
"Forget itll' . . . quiet and friendly
. . . Rock and Roll, clothes, food,
typing. and boys are among her fa-
vorites . . . a future typist . . . seen
Newspaper Club lg Handicraft Club 2.
JOHN HENRY ROZEMA
Tall, blonde, and good looking . . .
"Ace'i enjoys fishing, cars, elec-
tronics, and mostly lean . . . wants
to be a Mortician . . . Paul and Joe
are his buddies . . . came to us in
'4You don't knowli' . . . oh, those em-
barrassing moments! . . . keen on
dancing, ice skating, and clothes . . .
future airline hostess.
Future Teachers Club lg Knitting Club 25
Student Council 3g ,lunior Prom Commit-
tee 3g Home Room President 3, Tri-Hi-Y
4g Yearbook 4.
JOHN ALLEN RUDY
'LBuddha', . . . great guy . . . his ways
are winning ones . . . "Badge'7 is
keen on ice skating, food, and' sleep
. . . noted for his part in the minstrel
. . . Lehigh University as an electri-
Know Your State lg Baseball 19 Basketball
lg Garden Club 29 National Honor Society
4, Yearbook 4, Senior Play, Senior Class
6'Be nice!" . . . never without George,
Willy, and Richie . . . all for foot-
ball, swimming, and cars . . . it's a
big anon to homework . . . future
holds chemical engineering job.
Student Council 3g Science Club 23 All
Sports Club 2.
GLORIA ANN SACCOMANNO
L'No,'never!" . . . tall in stature . . .
all for ice cream, movies, cooking,
traveling, dancing, and Rock and Roll
. . . dreads homework . . . ambition
is to become a bookkeeper and typ-
istt . . . seen with the Top Hats,
Carolyn, and Barbara.
Dance Club lg Home Economics 2g Memo
VINCENT JOHN SALERNO
"You're out of your mind!" . . .
noted for getting many nicknames
. . . seen with Louie, Lenny, and Snit
. . . likes basketball, baseball, girls
and steak . . . dislikes bleached
blondes . . . "Vince" will join the
Army after G.H.S.
Travel Club lg Lettermen's Club 3, 45
RONALD DAVID SCHLEY
Cood-looking senior . . . enthusiastic
sport lover . . . "Smit" enjoys pizza,
cars, baseball . . . never without HBig"
Louie and Vince . . . low in his list
are dancing, getting up early, and
Monday mornings . . . aspires to att-
Football lg Travel Club 25 Baseball 1, 2,
3, 4-g Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 45
Lettermen's Club 3, 43 Home Room Presi-
. s ,
GODFREY FRANK SAUTNER
Quiet and always pleasant . . . wishes
to graduate . . . armed forces in the
future . . . seen with John Sudol,
George Funke, and Al White . . .
'LArt,s" likes include girls, swimming,
and cars . . . dislikes history and
LOTS ANN SCHWEIGHARDT
"ls it all right with you?,' . . . quiet
but friendly . . . L'Lo', rates crew cuts,
blue eyes, blonde hair, convertibles,
chocolate sodas, and money extremely
high . . . detests black leather jackets
. . . will join the Air Force . . . sec-
Foreign Language Club 13 Newspaper Club
lg Dance Club 23 Home Room Vice Pres. 1.
JUSTINE ANN SCERBAK
'gwhat are ya doing?,, . . . nice to
know . . . cooperative . . . starves till
last lunch . . . future includes obtain-
ing a BS. in nursing . . . never with-
out friends Kathy, Diane, and Kathy
Future Teachers Club lg Math. Club Presi-
dent 23 Future Nurses 4' Tri-Hi-Y 3
, , 4,
Yearbook 4g National Honor Society 4.
"Real College!" . . . "Good for youv
. . . a fair haired beauty . . one of
our peppy twirlers . . . enjoys foot-
ball games with a lot of spirit, tall
boys, and blonde crewcuts . . . dis-
likes last lunch . . . wants to become
a private secretary to an executive
of a large corporation . . . Katherine
Gibbs next fall for HSchwei."
Creative Writing Club, Secretary lg Handi-
craft Club 2g Flag Twirlers 3, 43 Yearbook
4, Memo Service Club, Treasurer 43 Na-
tional Honor Society 4.
.JEAN ESTELLA SCOTT
"Gee whizli' . . . noted for hilarious
jokes . . . ardent basketball fan . . .
likes Tommy, the Navy, dancing and
telling jokes . . . always witth Dee
Butler and Thelma Holmes . , . wants
to become a wife and mother.
Language Club lg Handicraft Club 25 Fu-
ture Nurses Club 3.
BARBARA AGNES SEFCIK
"What was I gonna say?" , . . Ron
is her beau . . . known for her 'GSpe-
cial" confetti . . . avid James Dean
fan . . . eating her pleasure.
Knitting Club! lg Dance Club 29 Quill 33
Yearbook 49 Princess of Junior Prom.
Tall and lanky . . . high jumper . . .
quiet till he gets started . . . ham-
burgers and half days of school rank
high . . . looks forward to a career
in the Air Force.
Know Your State Club 15 Auto Club 3g
Track 3, 4.
LUCILLE JOANN SHORTINO
"I almost had a toad!,' . . . lights!
camera! action! . . . acting is her
pleasure . . . wants to be an air line
hostess or executive . . . Katherine
Gibbs or Grace Downs Air Line
School next for ULU".
Dramatics Club, Vice President 1, 29 C.0.
2g Library Council 2, President 43 Junior
Achievement 3, 43 Junior Play, Senior
Playg Tri-Hi-Y, Historian 43 Yearbook 4.
AUDREY LILLIAN SEBECK
HHi babeli' . . . sweet as candy . . .
sunshine smile . . . letters from Joe
. . . enjoys lots of clothes . . . nix
on getting up early . . . seen with
Joyce and the Cher-O-Kees . . . sec-
retarial school and then marriage for
Home Room Secretary 4-.
DIANE ALICE SOBOTA
Wfoo cute!" . . . quiet and reserved
. . . prefers boys with crewcuts . . .
never without Kathy, Jean, and Kathy
L .... aspires to become a secretary.
Dance Club lg Handicraft Club Secretary
2g Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4-5 Quill 43 Yearbook 44
Memo Service Club 45 National Honor
PATRICIA ANN SOCCIO
"What me worry?" . . . devil may
care attitude . . . favors basketball,
ice skating, music, and art . . . looks
disapprovingly at homework, school
snobs, and hotrods.
Creative Writing President 2g Quill 1, 2, 3g
Future Nurses Club 35 Yearbook 45 Home
Room Secretary 1.
JOYCE ANN STEFANCO
4'Real collegew . . . patience and forti-
tude . . . music, diamonds, cadillacs,
convertibles, orchids, andcashmeres
rate a big "A" for Joyce . . . always
with Audrey and the Cher-O-Kees . . .
St. Mary's Hospital and a career as a
surgical nurse are ahead for this
Dramatics Club lg Quill 23 Quill Exchange
Editor 3, 43 .lunior Class Treasurer, Fu-
ture Nurses Club 4-g Yearbook 4-Q Quill
Office 4-3 Junior Achievement 3.
LEONARD JAMES SODORA
Always clowning . . . fun is his mottto
. . . Judy, football, Italian food, and
sleep agree with "Sod7' . .. few dis-
likes . . . college to become a physical
education teacher . . . seen with Judy,
Vince, and Lenny.
'LCot your homework?" . . . quiet
and friendly . . . always with Frank
Klein, John Stefanco, and Frank
Nagy . . . to graduate school then
the Navy are Stroos's goal.
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Sports 2.
BARBARA ANN SOKALSKY
"So whatis new?" . . . terrific artist
. . . football and milkshakes . . . de-
tests Elvis and gym . . . future com-
mercial artist . . . seen with pal,
Tri-Hi-Y 4-3 Yearbookg Art Editor 4-g
Quill 2, 39 Home Economics Club 1.
HELEN ANN SUDOL
"Who's got the homework?" . . . a
happy-go-lucky new comer . . . never
without Kenny or Carolyn Halka . . .
wants to become a successful secre-
Glee Club 3.
JOHN STANLEY SUDOL
"l.doubt it!" . . . "Chick', thinks
girls and Polish music are great . . .
would like to graduate then go into
the armed forces . . . never without
George, Al, Godfrey, and the boys.
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ALBERT CHARLES TAYNAI
"You're an ape." . . . minstrel man
. . . Sam rates girls, cars, food first
. . . snobs and too much homework
are vetoed by him . . . to be his own
boss or a teacher are his desires for
a career. '4Al's" chums are Badge and
Dance Club 23 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Base-
ball 1, 2, 3, 49 Gardening Club lg Senior
Class Playg Home Room Treasurer 2.
JOSEPH DEAN SZITANKO
"I'll go along with that" . . . noted
for being one of the boys in the stag
line at school dances . . . ardent base-
ball manager . . . never without
Hank . . . "Joe,' will take fast cars,
ice skating, and summer vacations
above all . . . says no to classical
music and shy girls . . . wants to own
a business some day.
Chess and Checkers Club lg All Sports
LINDA JUDITH TRAINA
HYa got troubles?,' . . . flirtatious
manner . . . anything for a laugh . . .
fun, dancing, and boys are her weak-
nesses . . . seen with Boilermaker
Coeds . . . a future modeliand a
happy marriage for nLyn.,' A
Flaf Twirler 43 Yearbook 4.
KENNETH EDWARD TAFT
MMorning, boysi' . . . terrific person-
ality . . . fond of Pat, money, food,
and cars . . . detests Mr. Hubiak's
homework and conceited girls . . . a
wealthy, healthy, contented married
life for uSenor Taft" . . . future holds
college or job in technical field.
Football 1, Junior Engineering 15 Dancing
Club 2g National Honor Society 23 Student
'4You better believe it!" . . . noted
for always falling asleep in chem-
istry class . . . hopes to make money
without working for it . . . seen with
Paul and John.
All Sports Club 13 Travel Club 2.
SALVATORE S. TRIPODI
"You canit win them all!" . . . nose
for news . . . tops on his list are
chemistry, Rock and Roll, and sports
writing . . . aspires to work in the
medical field . . . another of the
Audio Visual 1, 2, 3, 4, Chess and Checker
Club 19 Quill 2, Sports Editor 2, 3, Stu-
dent Council 3g Yearbook, Sports Editor
4-g Home Room President 3, Treasurer 4.
SANDRA MARIE VANGLAUS
"How wild!" . . . vivacious and spar-
kling personality . . . warm smile
. . . sincere and popular . . . aspires
to become a secretary . . . Business
school for "Sandy.7,
Handicraft Club 2, Colorguard 2, 3, Home
Room Vice President 3, Court of Junior
I-'romg Junior Class Secretaryg National
Honor Society 3, 4.
DORIS BETTY, TSCHUSCHKE
Our peppy captain of the Flag Twirl-
ers . . . always smiling. . . intelligence
unlimited . . . thinks Walt is just the
'Ggreatestn . . . after graduation Pat-
erson State Teachers College.
Future Teachers Club 13 Dance Club 2g
Student Council 3, 4, Flag Twirlers 3,
Captain 43 National Honor Society 3, 4-g
Alternate Girls Stateg Yearbook 4-.
CAROL VAN KIRK
Likes Rock and Roll music, skating,
dancing, football . . . dislikes con-
ceited boys, gym, homework, deten-
tion and history. .... .
P's and Q's lg Good Grooming 2.
CAROL ROSE TUTSCH
"Good morning, sunshineli' . . . nev-
er without words or Roger . . . finds
no enjoyment in French . . . ambi-
tion is to be a nurse at Nlountainside
Hospital School of Nursing.
Spanish Club lg Glee Club 1, Tri-Hi-Y 2,
3, 4-g Secretary 25 Good Grooming Club 25
Quill 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4-5
Student Council 33 Future Nurses Club 3,
President 4-5 Yearbook 4.
CLAIRE MARY VASILYK
"Forget it!,' . . . reserved . . . coop-
erative . . . aspires to become a med-
ical secretary . . . then marriage.
Travel Club lg Dance Club 2g Commercial
HENRY VINCENT VASSALLO
Diligcnt worker . . . artistic ability
. . . "Hank" fancies art work and
Rock and Roll . . . future architect
Math. Club Secretary 2g Quill 3, 49 Year-
book Art Editor 4.
BARBARA ANN VRABEL
"No, really?" . . . enjoys sports, and
music . . . objects strongly to home-
work . . . seen with Top Hats . . .
would like to be a secretary or book-
keeper . . . will continue in advanced
courses after graduation.
Hobby Club lg Commercial Club 2.
"What,s happening t0night?,' . . .
jovial personality . . . loads of fun
. . . aspires to become a secretary
. . . never without pals - Pushie,
Carol, and Barb.
Library 2g Creative Writing Club 15 Tri-
WILLIAM JOHN WALLACE
'fForget it!', . . . fun loving fellow
. . . favors Angela . . . dislikes home-
work . . . wants to get L'Hitched',.
Projection Club 1, President 23 Dance Club
23 Lettermen's Club 3, 4-.'
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PETER MICHAEL VLADYKA
"You bug me, baby!" . . . wants a
long and happy life . . . his ambition
is to join the Navy and have a girl
in every port.
Basketballg All Sports Club 1.
GAIL MARY WANDA
'fReal collegiaten . . . natural are her
curls . . . good-looking senior . . .
sweet and sincere . . . never without
Frank . . . aspires to become an ex-
Dance Club 2g Sewing Club 33 Tennis
Club 4g Memo Service Club 4.
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Innocent as dynamite . . . rates John
and new clothes tops . . . G'Lori',
will attend Paterson State Teachers
Glee Club 1, 2.
DIANA MARIE YONDOLINO
"live got something to tell you, but l
forgot!" . . . fashion is her keyword
. . . l"rank rates high on her list . . .
adores elulm meetings. Paterson State
Teaeheris College for "Div . . . to
teach elementary school.
Dramatics Club Sec. 1, 2: C.O.Sec. 23
Quill 2, 3, Junior Playg Home Room Pres.
2, 3, HOIIIC Room Sec. lg National Honor
Society 3, 4, Yearbook Editor-in-Chief,
ALBERT JOHN WHITE
HI doubt itn . . . one of the boys
from John's corner . . . quiet till he
gets started . . . wishes to graduate
and then join the Marines.
All Sports Club 1.
GEORGE SAMUEL YOYKON
Fun loving, friendly and nice to know
. . . noted or his terrific clothes . . .
always a pal . . . officer in the navy
or air force and then a long, happy
life with plenty of friends . . . never
without Willy', Richie, and Joe.
All Sports Club 15 Travel Club Vice Pres.
2, Baseball 2, 3, 4.
"Tough Luck" . . . one of the "gang
. . . a friend in need . . . quiet until
he gets started.
Hobby Club 1.
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MARIE JOAN ZANCA
Noted for her perserverance . .
"May I hang up your coat?" .
bubbling over with enthusiasm . .
Guidance Club lg Clee Club 25 Future
Teachers Club 1, 4, National Honor So-
ciety 3, Treas. 4-g Student Council 3, 4g
Junior Achievement 4, Home Room Secre-
tary 1, 3.
RONALD WILLIAM ZUKA
MI'll see you" . . . '4Oh, brother!"
. . . top salesman in magazine sales
. . . good-natured and friendly . . .
medical career . . . Columbia Uni-
versity next fall.
Know Your State 1, Science Club 2g Office
Worker 3, 4-g Business Manager of Year-
Salesman awards - Ronald Zllkfl, yearbvvk business manager, Presenting
grand prize to Eileen Nebzker. Prize winners looking on.
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We, the members of the Class of 1958, residing in Garfield in
the county of Bergen, and state of New Jersey, being of sound mind
and disposing memory do make, ordain, and declare this to be our
Last Will and Testament.
I, MARY ACCARDI, do hereby will and bequeath to my sister,
Anita, all the good marks I didn't get in Mrs. Rentsch's history
class, and a pair of gym socks for Miss Porcelli's class.
I, THOMAS ADAMO, do hereby will and bequeath to Richard De
Franco all the gyp sheets that I never had the opportunity to use.
I, ,IENNIE ANN AGNELLO, do hereby will and bequeath to some
junior girl, my place in the "Debonaires," and to my brother,
Frank, all the fun I had in Garfield High.
I, MARIANNE ANNIBAL, do hereby will and bequeath to Phyllis
Spezio all the fun I had in G. H. S., and to the cute, blond
freshman boy in 4--A lunch-a cute freshman girl.
I, FRANK ATTARDI, do hereby will and bequeath nothing be-
cause I'm taking what little I have with me.
I, LOUIS AZZARRA, do hereby will and bequeath to my brother,
Bill, all the terrific times I had in Garfield High, and to some
junior, all the hard times I gave Mrs. Costantin.
I. ROBERT BAKAY, do hereb'y will and bequeath to some fresh-
man all the crumbs at my place at the lunch table.
I, DONALD BARKER, do hereby will and bequeath to my sister,
Joyce, my seat and "Sense of Time" notes from Mrs. Rentsch's
I, ROBERT BARRALE, do hereby will and bequeath to Charles
Sorce all the fun and good time I had in G. H. S.
I, THOMAS BARSCH, do hereby will and bequeath to my brother,
Mousey, my automatic riveting gun, my private rickshaw-
complete with two geisha girls and a dragon.
e, BARBARA BARTON and VIRGINIA NORK, do hereby will
and bequeath to some lucky juniors our position as Assistant
Editors-in-Chief of the Quill and hope that they can meet their
deadlines better than we did. Also, to two junior girls, our
places in the "Wapiti Coeds."
I, DALE BECKER, do hereby will and bequeath to Nancy Tomesko,
Barbara Ochab, and Mike Bohinek, all the fun I had in my four
years at G. H. S., and to any lucky girl, my worn out gym suit
and my place on the floor in Miss Porcelliis class.
I, ENRICO BENIGNO, do hereby will and bequeath to Tony "the
Count" Calendrillo, an eight hall for him to hide behindithe
way I always did.
I, VINCENT BLANDA, do hereby will and bequeath to Ronnie
Luciano all my belongings in school, including my terrific locker.
RONALD BOHANNON, do hereby will and bequeath to Joe
Soccio, my football jersey, number 34, and to Sal Benanti, the
We, SALLY BONANNO and MARY KILANOWSKI, do hereby will
and bequeath to our cousins, Rosalie Sobolewski and Catherine
Scheps, the windows we dreamily stared out of, the doors we
peeked through, the halls we ran through when we were late to
class and all the laughs we had in 4-B lunch.
DAVID BRIGATI, do hereby will and bequeath to my brother,
Eddie, my times and experiences at G. H. S. I hope he joins
a singing group and goes out for sports.
I, DELORES BUTLER, do hereby will a bequeath to my under-
studies, Carol Bugg and Theresa Wright, all the fun I had in
biology with Mrs. Merritt, and all those little sheets that came
in handy for her tests.
I, JOHN BUTLER, do hereby will and bequeath to Franklin Daniels,
Richard Campbell, Raymond Bugg, and Harold Ready, all the fun
I had in Coach Hollis's class and any old gyp sheets that I may
have left around.
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I, MYRON BYCHEK, do hereby will and bequeath to William
Boone, all the good times I had in Mr. Hubiak's trig. class.
I, LUCILLE CACCIATORE, do hereby will and bequeath to June
Burek all the fun and good times I had at our "Wapiti" meetings,
and to .Ierry Bohannon all the zeros and late slips I got in Mrs.
I, FRANCES CAILLETEAU, do hereby will and bequeath to some
lucky junior all my history notes for Mrs. Rentsch's class, and my
seat in the back of the MacArthur bus No. 7.
I, RICHARD CALI, do hereby will and bequeath to Lucy Caravella,
my locker and her books, and to the future Calis of Garfield High
School, "Success Always".
I, .IOHANNA CANGIALOSI, do hereby will and bequeath to my
lgogier, John, luck and prosperity in his four years at Garfield
I, SALVATORE CARAVELLA, do hereby will and bequeath to my
sister, Lucy, and my brother, Joey, all the fun I had while attend-
ing Garheld High School.
I, RICARD CARAVELLO, do hereby will and bequeath to all future
solid geometry and trig students, my deepest sympathy.
I, SANTORE CASIELLO, do hereby will and bequeath to Nick,
Vacc, and Skitch, the great time I had in my senior year.
I, JOHN CHANDA, do hereby will and bequeath to anyone who
wants a parking space - "a parking space".
I, DANIEL CHERVENOK, do hereby will and bequeath to Ted Lud-
vik, all my crazy ideas in Mr. Hcrold's class.
I, MARIE CIOLINO, do hereby will and bequeath to Mary Ann
Wlock and Susan Fisher all the nervousness I had in Mrs.
Rentsch's History class, and also to some lucky girl, my position
on the twirling squad.
I, RICHARD CIOLINO, do hereby will and bequeath to Tony
Calendriello, my two seats in the cafeteria next to the ice cream
freezer so he can continue to be the fattest boy in school.
I, BRENDA COLASSO, do hereby will and bequeath to anybody
who wants them, all the great times I had in school, and to some
incoming freshman, four years of wearing those "crazy" gym socks.
I, JOHN COMPERATORE, do hereby will and bequeath to little
Riggalosia, my football jerseys Nos. 5 and 11, and also my nick-
name, "Little Weasel".
I, LAUREL COPPOLA, do hereby will and bequeath to Penny
German all the fun I had in G. H. S. and in J. A.
I, EILEEN CURTIS, do hereby will and bequeat to my brother,
Eddy, all the notes on "How to Study" from Mrs. Rentsch.
I, ANTHONY D'AGOSTINO, do hereby will and bequeath the pic-
ture I took for the yearbook because of Mrs. Briefstein's pleading.
I, RICHARD DEMBOSKE, do hereby will and bequeath to my
lirother, Jerry, my lifetime hall pass in G. H. S., and my football
I, EDWARD DAILEY, do hereby will and bequeath all the good
stories I've heard in Coach Hollis's health classes to some under-
classman. lt's got to be true.
I, VINCENT DE MARIA, do hereby will and bequeath to my
brother, Jerry, my locker with the mouse in it, and also "dis here"
to feed the mouse.
I, JACK DE SALVO, do hereby will and bequeath to my sister,
Angela, all the great times I had in high school.
I. ROGER DE VRIES, do hereby will and bequeath to the next
occupant of locker No. 599, all the lunch bags that I left hanging
on the hooks.
I. DONALD DEL RE, do hereby will and bequeath to John Cali,
all the laps I had to take around the track for coming late to
gym, and to some lucky freshman, my locker No. 301 that never
GAETANA DELLA PORTO, do hereby will and bequeath to Jo
Ann Vaspol and Charlotte Amoruso, all the fun I had in my
ROBERT DEN BLEYKER, do hereby will and bequeath my seat
at Gabriel's to Walter Dul and the other seat to whomever he
ELAINE DERCO, do hereby will and bequeath to Liz Leili and
Joyce Russin, all the fun and good times I had in my senior year.
VIRGINIA DI MARCO, do hereby will and bequeath nothing,
I'm taking everything with me-so there.
ROSARY DI MICELLI, do hereby will and bequeath to some
lucky junior girl all the times I had to raise my hand when Miss
Bonelli asked, "How many agree?"
JOSEPH DUL, do hereby will and bequeath to my cousin, Walt,
my front seat and notes on "How to Study" in Mrs. Rentsch's
class and don't forget to "Make it Yours". Also, my "Heat Proof"
sweat suit and sneakers, so he can see what happens to Coach
Hollis when "The Heat's On".
PETER EBERHARD, do hereby will and bequeath my locker, No.
565, and my pet mouse, Melvin, to any junior longing for com-
EDNA ELIAS, do hereby will and bequeath to some junior, my
position as editor-in-chief of the Quill, and to Mr. Hubiaks next
advanced algebra class, the conveniences of a split lunch period.
PAMELA ELKOVICS, do hereby will and bequeath to my sister,
Pat, all the fun and good times I had at G. H. S., and to some
lucky juniors, my membership in the Wapiti Coeds and my title
as a Typical High School Student.
BETTY ESPOSITO, do hereby will and bequeath to some for-
tunate junior, all the laughs I had in my senior year.
LESLIE ESLINGER, do hereby will and bequeath to some quiet
underclassman my seat in Mrs. Briefstein's homeroom.
JOHN FALCONE, do hereby will and bequeath to somebody,
something that nobody ever got before.
PHILIP FALLACARO, do hereby will and bequeath one cigar of
the best quality to Coach Hollis, provided he does not lose it in
JOHN FARON, do hereby will and bequeath to John Durski, my
locker and my seat in Coach Hollis's health class-lots of luck.
MARIE FERULLO, do hereby will and bequeath all the fun and
great times I had in high school to my sister, Jean.
NINFA ANN FOLLARI, do hereby will and bequeath to my
cousin, Anthony Barcellona, and my sister, Sunday, all the fun I
had at G. H. S., and all the luck in the world with Miss Martin
and Mrs. Rentsch.
HELEN FORSTER, do hereby will and bequeath to Pat Pra, all
the good times I had at Garfield High, and all the sleepless nights
I sat up worrying about Shakespeare and Macbeth.
DAVID FOX, do hereby will and bequeath to all my unsuspecting
junior and senior teachers my sophomore brother, Chuck, and to
my cousin, Allan, all the A's I never got. Finally to all the future
generations of G. H. S. all the good times I had through the years
at G. H. S., especially during my senior year.
AMALIE FRANZ, do hereby will an bequeath to Nick Grene-
vitch, my I. O. U. from Hank Hanzo for one fountain pen borrowed
two years ago, in the hope that he'll be fortunate enough to get it
THERESA FRANZINO, do hereby will and bequeath to some
lucky junior, my place in the "Debonairs" and to my sister,
Joann, all the fun I had in G. H. S.
JEAN GALIMI, do hereby will and bequeath to Anna Galimi,
my air-conditioned sneakers and gym suit. Also, all my late and
absentee slips that I never handed in. To Marion Luciano a few
gyp sheets which she could surely use.
ANDREW GALLOPO, do hereby will and bequeath to some lucky
junior, a split lunch period between Mr. Hubiak's math classes.
Judi 'IM mf. jafamen
.IANET GEMSKI, do hereby will and bequeath to my cousin,
Richard Kwiatkowski, my seat in Mrs. Rentsch's class, and to
Roberta Beasley my notes on "How to Read Cartoons".
ROBERT GETZEWICH, do hereby will and bequeath to Dennis
Pelcher, my honorable record of being five seconds early to school
every morning throughout my four years at G. H. S.
CAROL GLAZER, do hereby will and bequeath to Pete Amoruso,
a senior girl to do his English homework as long as he's in high
school. Also, to my cousin, Joe Torak, all the memorable times
I had in G. H. S.
MAXINE GOLDSTEIN, do hereby will and bequeath to my sister,
Vivian, and my brother, Bob, all the wonderful times I had in
Garfield High, and to Carmenann Minery, the song, "Mr, Lee".
RUDOLPH GROSS, do hereby will and bequeath to Scott Wilson,
a gym locker that really works.
DORIS GUMIELA, do hereby will and bequeath to Alan, success
and happiness in his remaining years at G. H. S.
CAROLYN HALKA, do hereby will and bequeath to Arlene Luty,
all the terrific times I had at G. H. S. and my seat in Mrs.
Rentsch's sixth period history class.
BETTY HAMER, do hereby will and bequeath to some lucky
junior, my terrific seat in Mrs. Rentsch's class, Sally's rotten
sneakers, and my lockless locker No. 603, with my picture of
"what-me worry?" in it.
ARLENE HANDZO, do hereby will and bequeath to Linda Slota,
a one-year's supply of super deluxe economy size notebook paper
and jumbo pencils so that she can keep score of all the times that
Mrs. Rentsch says, "Get your book and find it".
HENRY HANZO, do hereby will and bequeath to some worthy
underclassmen, all my Monday morning hangovers from my Sun-
day night sprees, and my titles as "Class Flirt" and "Best Dancer"
to a deserving junior.
SONIA HAVRILIAK. do hereby will and bequeath to some lucky
junior all the laughs I never used in Miss Martin's history class.
DENNIS HERZO, do hereby will and bequeath to some lucky
junior the great time I had at Boys' State, and to Steven Gallopo,
all my experiences playing in the G. H. S. Band.
CAROL HERZOG, do hereby will and bequeath to Sal AHronte,
an extra, extra large space on the dance floor so he'll never knock
anyone over again.
THELMA HOLMES, do hereby will and bequeath to my friend,
Joan Bugg, a new seat in Miss Porcelli's health class, and my
locker No. 803 to Delores Manual.
ROBERT HRISCENKO, do hereby will and bequeath to my
brother, Rich, all the fun that I had at Garfield High.
CURTIS JACKS, do hereby will and bequeath to anyone who
wants it, Garfield High School, and to some underclassman, my
spot on the Varsity Football' Team.
MARYANN JACKSON, do hereby will and bequeath to my
cousin, Jessica Jackson, my seat in Mrs. Rentsch's class, and to
all the incoming freshmen, all the fun I had in my years at G.H.S.
PETTIS JOHNSON, do hereby will and bequeath all the tardiness
I had in my senior year to that certain junior girl.
PAT KAPLANOVICH, do hereby will and bequeath to Mary Ann
Wlock my seat in Mrs. Rentsch's class 'cause I surely don't want
CYNTHIA KASICA, do hereby will and bequeath all the luck,
success, happiness to all my Monroe St. friends.
GLENN KEATING, do hereby will and bequeath anything to
anybody who wants it, except that diploma, which I am taking
with me when I go - I hope!
BARBARA KENYON, do hereby will and bequeath to Lee Dom-
bal all the fun and luck that I had in my senior year at high
RUDOLPH KIRSTEUER, do hereby will and bequeath the good
times I had in my senior year to the junior class.
JOSEPH KLEPAR, do hereby will and bequeath my locker, com-
plete with the mouse that eats my lunch, to anyone who wants it.
FRED KOBYLARZ, do hereby will and bequeath to my sister,
Pat, the happy years in G. H S. which I didn't have, also the
good old assemblies in No. 9 school in remembrance of Mr.
IRENE KOWALSKI, do hereby will and bequeath to Betty
Kalemba my position as head majorette and to Sue Fisher some-
body to walk home from the games with.
JOSEPH KRACK, do hereby will and bequeath to my cousin,
Pat, all the hard times my teachers gave me during my four years
in G. H. S.
WILLIAM KRAUS, do hereby will and bequeath to some lucky
underclassman who dares to take on the responsibility of Quill
photographer, all the luck I had in rush assignments and a gross
JOYCE KREKICH, do hereby will and bequeath to Judy Komo-
rowski another year in Miss F ilippone's French class - complete
with "easy" exams.
MARCIA KRUPACS, do hereby will and bequeath all the em-
barrassment endured in physics and the fog which prevailed over
advanced algebra to anyone who insists on having it.
GEORGE KROLL, do hereby will and bequeath to all underclass-
men all undone homework and gym lockers.
ROBERT KROLL, do hereby will and bequeath to Louis Walerko
the Ivy League straight jacket with the buckles in the back, which
I found in my locker last year.
SALVATORE LA CORTE, do hereby will and bequeath to Pete
Graf all the fun and happiness in G. H. S. and all the sweat and
toil that comes with a high school education.
RICHARD LAIOSA, do hereby will and bequeath to my sister,
Elaine, my seat in Mrs. Briefstein's third period English class
where she will be able to see the clock.
GLORIA LANGANES, do hereby will and bequeath to Johnny
Martarano, Miss Novack, as I am taking Mr. Gaytas with me. I
am also leaving my position as Photography Editor on the Year-
book and my place in the "Cherokees" to two incoming seniors.
PATRICIA LASHENDOCK, do hereby will and bequeath to some
lucky underclassmen all the fun I had in my four years at G. H.
S., to Mrs. Roman, a new assistant, who won't keep books out as
long as I did, and to my brother, Mrs. Rentschis notes on "How
KATHERINE LATONA, do hereby will and bequeath to one of
the freshmen all the fun I had in my four years of high school
and my seat in Mrs. Vilardo's class.
KATHLEEN LEBO, do hereby will and bequeath to my sister,
Betty, and her faithful followers, and to anyone else who wants it,
all the valuables left in my locker, the undone homework, and all
the fun at G. H. S.
STEPHANIE LITSCHAUER, do hereby will and bequeath to
Betty Kalemba my position as Business Manager of the Quill and
to Mr. Prelick a quiet 4--A study.
JOHN LOCASCIO, do hereby will and bequeath to Charles
Pantano all of my comic books and my white mice in my locker.
ARLENE LOGIOCO, do hereby will and bequeath to Earle Sandy,
and Carol Succorowski, all my extra-curricular activities and pass-
ing marks in all their subjects.
ROSEMARIE LOPUSNAK, do hereby will and bequeath to my
brother, Bill, all the fun I had at G. H. S. during all my happy
and wonderful four years.
THOMAS LYNCH, do hereby will and bequeath nuttin'.
FRANK MAGALDINO, do hereby will and bequeath to Ed Verga,
my old pair of football shoes one size II and the other size 916,
and also my beloved, "Magets'.
.Idsf 'MA an jafamenf
I, BARBARA MAISEL, do hereby will and bequeath to Gail Kraig,
all the troubles I had in keeping up with Mrs. Travers' dictation.
I, GERALD MAISEL, do hereby will and bequeath to Kenny Hro-
mado, my rusty gym lock and all the absentee slips in my senior
I, JOSEPH MALAK, do hereby will and bequeath my hard hickory
slide-rule to a future victim of trigonometry, Richard May.
I, BARBARA MALYSO, do hereby will and bequeath to my cousin,
Pat Hilt, all the fun and good times she missed in No. 9 school.
We, GEORGE MAMMOLA and LENNY MASUCCI, do hereby will
and bequeath our map to the Barn, to any underclassman who is
looking for a good time.
I, KATHLEEN MARCINIAK, do hereby will and bequeath to Carol
Magee and Pat Nardone, my privilege of being Miss Porcelli's
pet peeve in their senior year. Lots of luck!
I, STEPHEN MARGA, do hereby will and bequeath to Edward
Sabo, my middle row first seat in Mrs. Grady's English class,
and my backless gym sneakers.
I, CATHERINE MARTORANO, do hereby will and bequeath to my
cousin, Vicki Cartaino, my seat in Mrs. Rentsch's class during
oral recitation, and to the girls that I walked to school with, my
I. JOHN MICKEL, do hereby will and bequeath Dennis Drada all
my absent days, and to the rest of the Belmonts, all my A's to
be divided equally among them.
I, ANNA MIKITA, do hereby will and bequeath to my sister, Mary,
my seat in Mrs. Culligan's class, and all the fun I had in my
I, MARIE MILLER, do hereby will and bequeath to my cousin,
Marie Scarfani, a blindfold for when I'm driving, and to Olympia
Pistone, my alarm clock.
I, ROGER MITCHELL, do hereby will and bequeath to Maryann
Crisafuli my seat in Mrs. Rentsch's class, and all my marks.
I, ANGELO MONTAGNINO, do hereby will and bequeath to Sal
"Blood" Benanti, my title, "The Lowly Scrub".
I, CONSTANCE MONTAGNINO, do hereby will and bequeath to all
my friends, all the pleasant years I had attending Garfield High
I, NANCY MORDENTI, do hereby will and bequeath to some lucky
junior, my position as secretary of the Wapiti Coeds, to Annette
Risi, my flag twirling positiong and to my cousin, Joe, all the fun
I had at G. H. S.
I, EMMA MURDOCK, do hereby will and bequeath to Noel Kmetz,
the fun I had in my senior year at G. H. S.
I, ESTHER MURRAY, do hereby will and bequeath to my sister,
Judy, the fun I had in G. H. S., the homework I left undone, and
all the headaches I got from cramming for exams.
I, FRANK NAGY, do hereby will and bequeath locker 78 to a fu-
ture G. H. S. student who may need a fire extinguisher for it.
I, MARLENE NAKONECHNY, do hereby will and bequeath to
Betty Ann Timko, my place in the Wapitis', and the ability to
remain the sweet and terrific person she is now.
I, BEVERLY NOONBURG, do hereby will and bequeath to my
sister, Barbara, all the fun I had in high school, and to some lazy
junior, the strength it took to raise my hand when Mrs. Travers
asked, "How many got it?"
I, PAULA NOSAL, do hereby will and bequeath to my cousin,
Carole Nitus, my title of Assistant Business Manager of the Year-
book, and to my brother, Mike, all the fun I had in G. H. S.
I, JOHN ONUFER, do hereby will and bequeath to my friend, Glenn
Keating, my fishing spot and parking lot bordering the Passaic
STEPHEN ONUFRAK, do hereby will and bequeath to my sister,
Marie, all the fun I had in Garfield High School.
JUDITH ORGANAS, do hereby will and bequeath to Stu To-
meske a big, fat piggy bank for all his pennies, and to Johanna
Bochiaro, a great time in her senior year.
PAUL PASCAVAGE, do hereby will and bequeath to Jane Mess-
ler, my seat in Mrs. Rentsch's class and all the good marks I failed
GEORGETTE PASTOR, do hereby will and bequeath to my
cousin, Dot, and my cousin, Pris, my gym lock that never opens,
and the G's that I always got in gym for gum chewing.
RICHARD PASTOR, do hereby will and bequeath to some fresh-
man my locker and the cute, little mice who live upstairs.
ROBERT PASTOR, do hereby will and bequeath to Bernice
Barbato, all the fabulous times I had in my senior year.
CAROL PAZIN, do hereby will and bequeath to some lucky
junior, my position as secretary of the Tri-Hi-Y.
PETER PELKA, do hereby will and bequeath to my sister, Gloria,
and my brother, Richie, all the good times I had in Garfield
ALFRED PELIKAN, do hereby will and bequeath to Peter Walis,
all my history notes and my seat in history.
BEVERLY PIZZULO, do hereby will and bequeath to my brother,
Emil, all the luck in the world and a key to the girls' locker
room. Also, all the A's I never got and all the notes Mrs. Rentsch
lgave on "How to Study" which I never used. Lots of luck,
ROGER PRATSCHLER, do hereby will and bequeath to Thomas
Murray, my sincere sympathy in his Trig and Physics classes.
AGNES PULICHINO, do hereby will and bequeath to Joyce
Tokar, all the detentions I received for being late. Also, to all
the incoming freshmen, a new pair of gym socks, so they can start
out right in G. H. S.
JOSEPH PUZINO, do hereby will and bequeath my dirty sneak-
ers and gym trunks to Butch Source.
MARLENE PUZINO, do hereby will and bequeath to my cousin,
Pat, all the fun I had in Garfield High School.
THERESA PUZINO, do hereby will and bequeath to my cousin,
Pat, all the fun in G. H. S. and my position as sergeant of arms
in the Wapiti Coeds, and also to Dolores Gesonde, Pauline Cange-
losi, and Jean Ferullo all the fun I had at G. H. S.
WILLIAM RADECKY, do hereby will and bequeath my catching
Loblon the G. H. S. Varsity Baseball Team to Anthony Calan-
SHIRLEY RESAVAGE, do hereby will and bequeath to Carol
Kleso, all the fun and sorrow I had in all my years at G. H. S.,
and to some lucky senior, my seat in Miss Bonelli's class.
ANTHONY RIBAUDO, do hereby will and bequeath to my sister
ipdhall my cousins, all the fun and troubles I had in Garfield
RONALD RISKO, do hereby will and bequeath to some lucky
person, my locker that always opened without a combination.
BARBARA ROEHRICH, do hereby will and bequeath to Antonia
Gliatta and Michalena Babyak. all the good times l had in my
senior year, and the A's and B's I never received.
MARIANNE ROMANCHICK, do hereby will and bequeath to
some unlucky junior. all Mrs. Rentsch's notes on "How to Study",
and to my sister, Arlene, all the great times I had in G. H. S.
JOSEPH ROMANO, do hereby will and bequeath my parking
space and a set of pontoons to anyone foolish enough to park in
the school lot when it rains.
JOHN ROZEMA, do hereby will and bequeath to anyone who
likes figures, my seat in Mrs. Vilardo's math class.
opals! an jafamenf
JOHN RUDY, do hereby will and bequeath to some lucky junior,
Mrs. Rentsch's notes on "Sense of Time".
GLORIA SACCOMANNO, do hereby will and bequeath all the
fun, happiness. and good times I had in G. H. S. to anyone who
VINCENT SALERNO, do hereby will and bequeath to Sal Scro,
my position on first 'base on the baseball team, and hope that he
plays it better than I did.
GODFREY SAUTNER, do hereby will and bequeath nothing,
l'm taking everything with me.
.IUSTINE SCERBAK, do hereby will and bequeath to Kristine
Kroll, my seat in the back of the room in Mrs. Rentsch's class,
and to my brother, George, all the fun I had in G. H. S.
LOIS SCHWEIGHARDT, do hereby will and bequeath to Butchy
Sorce. the strength and ability to skip around the track and pick
daisies for Mr. Gatyas.
SANDRA SCHWEIGHARDT, do hereby will and bequeath to
Barbara De Piero and Pat Michaels, the chance to find a band
that will more than satisfy Sal Benanti.
JEAN SCOTT, do hereby will and bequeath to my sister, Geral-
dine, all my Biology gyp sheets, and all the cooking I didnit do in
WILLIAM SCOTT, do hereby will and bequeath to my brother,
Joe, and all my understudies - Ray, Richie, Lindberg, and Harold
- all the luck and happiness in their forthcoming years at G.H.S.
AUDREY SEBECK, do hereby will and bequeath to Rosalyn
Spinella, all Mrs. Rentsch's history notes on "How to Study".
BARBARA SEFCIK, do hereby will and bequeath to Carolyn
Catenaro. all the troubles and good times I had in my senior year,
and to Donna Sadlock, my title as "Biggest Eater". Also, to any
junior dumb enough to take them, all the books I carried to lunch.
LUCILLE SHORTINO, do hereby will and bequeath to .Ioan
Monaco and Donna Sadlock Human, the mouse in my locker No.
615, and to my brother, Louis, all the terrific times I had at
G. H. S.
DIANE SOBOTA. do hereby will and bequeath to my sister, Joan,
the same seat I had in Mrs. Rentsch's class for two years and all
the fun I had in high school.
PATRICIA SOCCIO. do hereby will and bequeath to the faculty
ol Gazfield High School. the better half of the Soccio family,
my brother, Joe.
LEONARD SODORA. do hereby will and bequeath to some crazy
junior, my license to drive the "Century" that I never had.
BARBARA SOKALSKY, do hereby will and bequeath to my sister,
Doris, all my troubles and hardships in Mrs. Rentsch's class, and
to some lucky junior, my position as Art Editor of the Quill.
JOYCE STEFANCO, do hereby will and bequeath to Carole
Spataro and Edith Mayor, my books on the Art of Kissing and
How ta Flirt in three easy lessons.
MARTIN STROOSNYDER, do hereby will and bequeath to all
fixture G. H. S. students, all the fun I had in school, and to my
brother, my seat in Mr. lIubiak's class.
HELEN SUDOI., do hereby will and bequeath to Ramona Segar
and Kit Sanseweri my old steno pads and Congressional Record.
JOHN SUDOL, do hereby will and bequeath everything I donlt
own to George Funke. and also the rubber left with the hot
JOSEPH SZITANKO, do hereby will and bequeath to Mr. Hubiak,
a one year supply of throw away blackboard so he doesn't wear
out his coat sleeves erasing them.
KENNETH TAFT, do hereby will and bequeath a plaque with
our school saying, "You are guilty until proven innocent" printed
on it in gold letters.
ALBERT TAYNAI, do hereby will and bequeath to my sister,
all the fun and easy tests we never had in Mr. Hubiak's trig class.
LINDA TRAINA, do hereby will and bequeath to Robert Pepe,
all the fun and great times I've had in my senior year, also, a key
to every girl's heart.
SALVATORE TRIPODI, do hereby will and bequeath to the next
Student Council treasurer, all the money I had but never saw
and a bookkeeper to take the blame for all the mistakes.
DORIS TSCHUSCHKE, do hereby will and bequeath my position
as captain of the flag twirlers and the blanket I always carried to
the games but never used, to one of the lucky girls on the squad.
CAROL TUTSCH, do hereby will and bequeath to Mrs. Briefstein
a u-haul-it cart for all her paraphernalia, and to Sandy Pelak,
three years at Garfield High.
SANDRA VANGLAUS, do hereby will and bequeath to my sister,
Gail, all the great times in high school and all my sweaters that
she "borrowed" after I left for school in the morning.
CAROL VAN KIRK, do hereby will and bequeath to some un-
lucky junior my seat in Mrs. Rentsch's first period history class.
CLAIRE VASILYK, do hereby will and bequeath to Jay Kish my
seat in Mrs. Rentsch's history class.
HENRY VASSALLO, do hereby will and bequeath the knowledge
I acquired during my past four years of high school to my sister,
BARBARA VRABEL, do hereby will and bequeath to my brother,
George, and his club, the fun, success, longer lunch periods. and
less homework in G. H. S.
MARYANN VELEBER, do hereby will and bequeath to some
lucky junior my position in the Cherokees and to my sister,
Andrea, all my gym paraphernalia and the three minutes in whicll
PETER VLADYKA, do hereby will and bequeath to some mem-
ber of the Drifters my seat in the last row of the auditorium at
WILLIAM WALLACE, do hereby will and bequeath all my A's in
Mrs. Briefstein's class to John Cali.
GAIL WANDA, do hereby will and bequeath to Dot Popeck and
Marian Luciano all the good times I had in my senior year, and
my favorite front seat in Mrs. Rentsch's class.
LORETTA WEGRZYNIAK, do hereby will and bequeath to my
sister, Sandy, all the fun in Mrs. Briefstein's class and all my
troubles in Mrs. Rentsch's class.
ALBERT WHITE, do hereby will and bequeath to Stuart To-
meske all of my history notes and a seat in Mrs. Rentsch's class.
WALTER WURCH, do hereby will and bequeath to Henry Kuter,
all the A's I never got.
DIANA YONDOLINO, do hereby will and bequeath my title as
Editor-in-Chief of the Yearbook to some lucky junior, my position
in the Wapitis to Carol Coffey, and all the fun I had in G. H. S.
to my cousin, Maria.
GEORGE YOYKON, do hereby will and bequeath to all under
classmen my third period gym and health class with Mr. Hollis.
MARIE ZANKA, do hereby will and bequeath to Marilyn Fer-
randino all the wonderful times I've had at G. H. S.
RONALD ZUKA, do hereby will and bequeath to my cousin, Pat
Nardone and Carol Magee, all the notes that Mrs. Rentsch gave
us on "How to Studyl' that I never used. And to my cousin, Joyce
Paflitzko. all the A's I never got in my junior year.
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Rehearsal for Minstrel
Turning back the hands of time, we see ourselves as eager freshmen
mounting the steps of number 9 school on a warm Thursday morning in 1954.
Frightfully-wonderful was our feeling that first day. Frightful, because there
was the prospect of new teachers, classes, and upperclassmen awaiting us.
Wonderful, because this was another first-our first year of high school.
As freshmen and sophomores we experienced wonderful, exciting
things that had never happened before. The Jam J ar Canteens proved to be
rollicking affairs looked forward to by all. Remember, too, how we cheered
the team at every football, basketball, and baseball game.
In our junior year our pride and joy, the new G. H. S. at Outwater
Lane and Palisade Avenue, was completed. New friends and acquaintances
were made since this was the first time we had the four years of high school
concentrated under one roof. We also began the new school term under new
administrators who helped develop a well rounded scholastic and social ac-
tivity program. Gone forever was the old number 6 and number 9 with
their divided school body.
At last as juniors we attained the welcome title, uupperclassmenf'
No longer were we looked upon as unintelligent, irresponsible youngsters. We
enjoyed a truly wonderful year. The Junior Play, "Melody Jones," was a
huge success and had quite a professional air. Our .lunior Prom with its
theme, "Enchanted Evening," will long be remembered as something special.
Finally we became seniors. Under the leadership of Peter Eberhard,
President, Kenneth Taft, Vice Presidentg .lohn Rudy, Secretary, and Marcia
Krupacs, Treasurer, we completed a full and memorable year. After the
tension and strain of College Board Examinations, We relaxed by turning our
attention to our many social functions-Senior Dance, Class Party, and
finally Our Social at the Waldorf.
Tears and sentimental feelings will be shared by all as we receive
our coveted diplomas. Now and in future years as we gaze in Retrospect
we will long remember our Alma Mater with gratitude and appreciation.
We, the seniors and graduating class of 1958, thank you, Garfield High
School. You are truly a part of our American heritage.
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D AGOSTINO DOYALD BARKER and VINCENT BLANDA searching for fiftee n
years for our long lost classmates W1ll we ever find them? Will our class dreams
of a reunion be fulfilled?
At last' Clues have been filterlnm through the Iron Curtaln Radio Free
Europes stlmulatlng commentator ARLENE LOGIOC0 has been relatlng DAVID
FOXs daring balloon flicht over thx satellite countrles distrlbutlnb propobanda
pamphlets attemptlng to smelter the Iron Curta1n are SALVATORE C ARA
VELLA ROGER DE VRIES and PETTIS JOHNSON sentenced to the salt
mmes for gazmg at secret Russlan stars IS the famed astronomer RICHARD CALL
who was testlng the Kirst Telescope lnvented by RUDOLPH KIRSTEUER
Reports are coming in dally Draoglng at top speed through the Gobi
Desert are ROBERT KROLL JOHN MICKEL and THOMAS LYNCH at the an
nual camel race At the Gobi bazaar IS MARY ANN JACKSON peddling her
plckled plrogles competlng for the tltle of Nomad Homemaker of the Year against
BRENDA COLASSO who is entlclnt, the judoes BARBARA SEFCIK and JOE
SZITANKO wlth her aromatic Baccala In a nearby tent IS Shlek LES ES
LINGER being entertalned by harem glrls IRENE KOWALSKI DORIS GUMI
ELA LINDA TRAINA GAIL WANDA VIRGINIA NORK BARBARA BARTON
and SHIRLEY RESAVAGE Accompanying music is belng supplied by ANDREW
GALLOP0 DENNIS HERZO and THOMAS ADAMO Flash' Seen by our foreign
correspondent EDNA ELIAS are Naval OITICETS JOSEPH KLEPAR ROBERT
BAKAY and CURTIS JALKS and thelr crew JOHN POLK ALFRED PELIKAN
PETER VLADYKA FRANK NIAGY and GLENN KEATING testing the latest life
preserver in the Dead Sea
mg proclamatlon Engineers ROBERT DEN BLEYKER WALTER GFREN7
MYRON BYCHEK RICHARD CARAVELLA and JOSEPH KRACK are mo
dermzlng the Great Wall of Chlna Chinese correspondents VINCENT SA
LERNO WILLIAM BOO SI OTT and AL TAYNAI were surprised to find their
rlckshaws drawn by coolles WILLIAM FOO WALLACE THOMAS TZING
BARSCH and JOHN GUNG H0 FALCONE PlIOIlflg a Junk on the Yann Tze
River are STEVE MARGA GEORGE KROLL SANTORE CASIELLO and RICH
ARD LAIOSA hopefully Waltlflg for the1r bait to lure a whale
Could It be? They ve been here? The men from Sunset ROBERT HRISEN
K0 ALBERT WHITE and JOHN ONUFER have sold a T V set to the abomln
able snow creature of the Himalayas arriving in isolated Tibet we have news
that a movle expedition led by GLORIA LANGANES and WILLIAM KRAUS are
photographing the Love Llfe of a Yak starring LUCILLE SHORTINO and JOHN
FARON and co starrlng JOHN LOCASCIO and EMMA MURDOI K Mortlclans
JOHN ROZEMA and VIRGINIA DI MARCO are making encouraglnr, discoxeries
in Egypt the land of Pyramids pertalninl., to the embalmlnb methods of the anclc nt
Egyptians Renowned phllosopher PHILLIP FALLACARO was found que tlonin
the Sphlnx The question Whats your opinion on the chem1se9 It SIIIIICS
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GOLDSTEIN, tells us that the drums relate a strange message. They say American
pilots-JOHN SUDOL, JOSEPH MALAK, JOSEPH GELSINO, ROBERT and RICH-
ARD PASTOR, PETER PELKA, ROGER MITCHELL - and hostess, AMALIE
FRANZ, have crashed in the dense jungle. A rescue squad headed by missionary
LAUREL COPPOLA and nurses CAROL TUTSCH, PATRICIA KAPLANOVICH,
JUSTINE SCERBAK, THERESA PUZINO, JOYCE STEFANCO, KATHLEEN MAR-
CINIAK, and CLAIRE VASILYK, will give their services if there are casualties.
MARY ACCARDI has graciously offered to supply transportation in her radar
equipped Cadillac with CAROL VAN KIRK serving as gun-bearer. As they
trek through the dense jungle trails they spy ANGELO MONTAGNINO charging
through the jungle while close behind follows' a swarm of irate bees. In pursuit of
the bees are hunters SALVATORE LA CORTE, PAUL PASCAVAGE, and FRANK
MAGALDINO toting high powered elephant guns. Now Boys-don't missl Their
radar equipped Caddy tells them that they are nearing the scene of the crash. It's
unbelievable! The boys are living a life of complete luxury amongst a tribe of
modern-day Sheenas. Sheena chief, ESTHER MURRAY and tribe - MARIE
FERULLO, ANNE MIKITA, BARBARA MAISEL, CYNTHIA KASICA, CON-
STANCE MONTAGNINO, and BETTY ESPOSITO - have soothed their fevered
brows and convinced them that thereis no life like a jungle life!!! U BetchU . . .
Nairobi doctors, RONALD ZUKA and SALVATORE TRIPODI, fthe latter leads a
double life as a sports announcer for the Nairobi Blow-Dart Champsj with nurse,
MARIE ZANCA, have been working with Biologist, RUDOLPH GROSS, on a cure
for tonsilitis in giraffes . . .
World Olympics 1972 are being held in Ireland. Representing the United
States and Garfield are THELMA HOLMES, high jump, BARBARA VRABEL, discus
throwg and PATRICIA SOCCIO, shot put for the womeng while WILLIAM RA-
DECKY, bat slinger, FRANK ATTARDI 44-0 run, RONALD SCHLEY, basketball
thrower, LEONARD MASUCCI point maker, LOUIS AZZARA, pole vaulter, and
high jumper, JOHN BOTLER, handle the men's department . . . ENRICO BENIGNO,
Real-Estate Broker, has been trying to persuade Irish President, JOHN COM-
PERATORE, and officials, JOSEPH TRINKA, and RONALD DEL RE, to sell
him the Blarney Stone . . . To England and the Palladium! lt's a big night! Famous
international artists, BEVERLY PIZULO and ROGER PRATSCHLER, are ap-
pearing for the first time since their discovery by ANTHONY RIBAUDO, and
p1an1st .IOHANNA IANCILOSI DAVID luRlCA'll and RONALD IVIILNIHART
Wlth thelr famed Rock n Roll group mll sm therr old record h1t of some years
back My Prrend World known commcdlan MARY KII ANOYVSKI ROSE MARIE
LOPUSNAK and CAROL CLA7ER are dom, thelr latest Skll En llsh MIIIIIIH and
Irlsh Stew MARLENE NAKONFI HNY and HENRY HANZO Harvest lVloon Rall
Contest mlnner are dom a FOIIIIIN of old dances The lhalyp o The Walk and
The Stroll WhlCh were very popular 1n 58 Beck Beck dancers RONALD RISKO
BEVERLY NOONBURC LEONARD SODORA GEORGETTE PASTOR JOSEPH
ROMANO SANDRA VANCLAUS DANIEL CHERVANOK BARBARA MALYSO
.IENNIE ANN AGNELLO LOIS Sf HWEICHARDT WALTER WURiH and
MARYANN VELEBER under the d1rect1on of choreographer DALE BELKER do
the latest speclalty The Fo
In the fashion world of Parrs models PATRICIA LASHENDOCK MARY
ANN ROMANI HIK and AUDREY SEBELK wxll parade dress deslgner HENRY
VASSALLOS latest styles Hls secretarles AGNES PULILHINO PAY DELLA
PORTA MARLENE PUZINO and KATHLEEN LEBO have been buslly maklng
out lnvltatlons to all the dlstlngulshed soclal sets Among them are RONALD BO
BOHANNON the champlon soccer player and his Wlfe LUCILLE CHICK LAC
CIATORE JOHN LHANDA world champlon chess player and debutante ROSARY
DI MII ELLI DIANE YONDOLINO voted best dres ed woman 1n the world and
GEORGE YOYKON voted best dressed man 1n the world wlll be here also 1n
order to choose thelr new sprlng wardrobe
Awaltlng the start of a bull fight 1n Spam we see someone runnmg around
the arena w1th the bull close behmd her Oh no' It cant he but It rs' Thats
JEAN SCOTT and lt looks as though the bull IS catchmg up' But no the famed
matador SENOR KENNETH TAFT has come to the rescue of thls mald ln dlstressl
Nurse DELORES BUTLER runs out mto the rlng to see 1f any ald can be grven
Reporters SANDRA SCHWEIGHARDT and DIANE SOBOTA are gettlng the story
first hand of course' It seems JEAN try1n to find her way to her seat where
FRANCES CAILLETEAL and PAULA NOSAT, were Wallflng took the wrong stalrs
and landed 1n the arena just as the bull was let out of 1ts pen NINFA FOLLARI and
HELEN FORSTER who saw all thrs trred to warn her but lt was too late she was
already travellng at top speed Well thls IS enough excltement for a whlle so back
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a crew of engineers, consisting of JOHN RUDY, ROBERT GETZEWICH, EDWARD
DAILEY. FRED KOBYLARZ, GEORGE MAMMOLA, PETER EBERHARD, and
STEVEN ONUFRAK trying to straighten the Leaning Tower of Pisa. It seems,
Chef-Boy-Ar-JOSEPH DUL, owner of the Tower Restaurant has been having trouble
keeping his "cakes" on the level . . .
Next stop, South America, and sunny Brazil where commercial artist BAR-
BARA SOKALSKY, is trying to lay out a new ad for coffee. These are much needed
since the United States is now growing its own supply of beans and South Americans
have switched to tea. The government has hired bookkeepers-GLORIA SACCO-
MANO, and ELAINE DERCO-plus secretaries-BARBARA ROEHRICH, HELEN
SUDOL, and EILEEN CURTIS-to keep the records on this enormous catastrophe . . .
We finally arrive in the States and our first stop is Cape Canaveral,
Florida, where after fifteen years of research, MARCIA KRUPACS says she has
perfected a rocket ship that can reach the moon. Head man in the project, ROBERT
BARRALE, says that JACK DE SALVO will pilot the craft, achieving his goal
of being the first man to reach the moon. The big moment is arriving! The time
for blast off is near! Chief mechanic, NANCY MORDENTI, an outstanding authority
on anything mechanical, and her assistants-STEPHANIE LITSCHAUER, KATHE-
RINE LATONA. and JOYCE KREKICH - are making a last minute check. CATHE-
RINE MARTORANO begins to count the seconds-10-9-8-7-6-5-LL3-2-1. VINCENT
DI MARIA pulls the switch and - Blast off! What again? The rocket did not
move! Another failure! The moon will be over populated by the time we arrive! . . .
Our search is almost at an end. We return to Garfield nad the scene of our
reunion. BETTY HAMER is covering this gala affair in her daily column, "Hamer,s
Highlights". It will be held at that exciting' nightspot, "Barcebonnanos", owned and
operated by SALLY BONANNO. Our detectives did a swell job and all of the guests
are arriving. Here come CAROL PAZIN, MARIE CIOLINO, SONIA HAVRILIAK,
DORIS TSCHUSCHKE, and LORETTA WEGRYZNIAK who have just returned from
the Far East where they have been teaching on an exchange basis. JOSEPH PU-
INO. multi-millionaire, is approaching in his streamlined Millermobile, designed by
MARIE MILLER. With him are his private secretaries-PAMELA ELKOVICS,
THERESA FRANZINO, JANET GEMSKI, BARBARA KENYON, and CAROLYN
HALKA. Everyone seems to be here except CAROL HERZOG. Ooops, here she
comes . . . better late than never. Well, here we are, all together. I wonder what
we will be doing in fifteen years from now? I wonder? I wonder? . . .
JUNIOR - - Leader ot Tomorro
Junior Class History
As the end of our junior year draws to a Close. we eanit
help but remember the wonderful times we had.
ln September we elected our officers: Richard Wojdyla,
Presidentg Anthony Calandriello. Vive Presidentg Barbara De
Piero, Secretary, and Joyce Chap, Treasurer. Under their able
leadership the junior class attained many goals set by the officers.
Mrs. F. Markey. our adviser. guided us suecessfully through a
Eagerly and with mueh excitement our class received their
rings in late October. The next event was the Junior Party.
g'Autumn on the Campusw. The cafeteria was bedeeked with
Colorful leaves, college pennants, and cheerleaders' megaphones.
The highlight of the evening was the crowning of Mae Vander
Sande, as L'Betty Co-ed" and Charles Alberti as c'Joe Colle-gen.
The Heollegen juniors enjoyed another pleasurable evening to-
The annual junior play. Do You Trust your Hlljxffl-f'I1d? was
presented on March 28. and showed the histrionie ability of our
The climax of our year was an unforgettable evening. May
23. when we held our fabulous Junior Prom.
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Sophomore Class History mm AMO,
With two years of high school completed, the sophomores are
really 'Lin the swing of thingsv. The class officers were elected.
Dennis Lowe, President, suggested to Anne Theresa Mazzola, Vice
President, that it was time for the Sophomore Dance. Mary Ann
Kraus, Secretary, and Janice Fricchione, Treasurer, agreed.
Everyone helped make our dance 'iChristmas Fantasy" a suc-
cssful gala affair.
Throughout the entire year we have participated in the Student
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The Sophomore class is looking forward to next year, when
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The poor freshmen are in a state of complete perplexity.
Bells, bells, and more bells. What do we have next period?
What room did you say it was in? How many times these
questions arose. But as the weeks passed, we began to follow
a regular routine. The time flew by and we soon found our
hectic frosh days coming to an end.
Now, as we look in the mirror of remembrance, we see
our first democratic procedure, the election of our class of-
ficrs. Our wisely chosen leaders-President, Vince Copellog
Vice President, Thomas Lario, Secretary, Gail Vanglausg and
Treasurer, Thomas Barckett under the leadership and guidance
of our advisor, Mrs. A. Costantin, willingly gave their time and
effort in representing our group.
As we look further, we visualize our social activities be-
ginning with our Initiation Day, September 13-the day that
opened the door to four wonderful years of high school. Next
came our first formal dance, 'flingle Bell Hop" held on Janu-
ary 25, and finally our Freshman Party on May 9.
As the year slowly comes to an end, we, the freshman
class, look back at the past with fond memories, and ahead to
the future with every hope for three more very enjoyable
Perplexed - - Striving for Recognition
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Tap Hnzv: Gail Vangluus, Secretaryg Thomas Barckett, Treasurer: Bnmmz Rolf: Thomas Limo
Vim- Pr:-side-nlg Vincent Copello, President.
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Tap Row: Emil Pizzulo, John Tomaskovic, Louis Waluko, Charles Tan-
tillo, Anthony Graceffo, Enrico Benigno, Stephen Weninger, Edward
Verga, Leonard Sodora, John Chanda, Raymond Bugg, Robert Stolarz,
Paul Stirba. William Radecky. Leslie Eslinger. Row 2: Head Coach
Arthur Argauer, Captain Ronald Bohaunon, John Falcone, Marcel Mura,
Anthony Ribaudo, Edward Biczak, Dominic Palestine, Louis Mayer,
Fred Kobylarz, Dennis Rozum, Frank Magaldino, Henry Kuter, Frank-
lin Daniels. Anthony Calandrillo, John Wasylyk, Coach William Gatyas,
Coach Jules Lazicki. Row 3: Coach Ciro Barcellona, Coach Robert
Volonnino, Joseph Soccio. Salvator Benanti, .lohn Cali, Edward
Krawiec, Peter Buglino, Casper Rigolosi, Dennis Pelcher. Joseph
Marino, Curtis Jacks, Richard Campbell, Richard Kwiatkowski, Ed-
ward Pirog, John Comperatore, Alfred Cimino, Robert Cetzewich.
Bottom Row: Dennis Lowe, manage-rg Anhony Barckett, John Kmetz,
Ronald Petrisin, .lohn Gaydus, George Luckesse, Gregory Boryczewski,
Vincent Copello, Fred Staudinger, Paul Hoffman. Alex Boryczewski,
Michael Kimack, David Eberenz, Coach John Cocula.
COACl'llCS-Standing, Left to Right: ,lules Lazicki, Robert Volonnino, Ron Bohannon, 'i0ur little Lanku
Ciro Barcellona. Kneeling. Left to Right: ,lohn Coculag head coach Captain gf the fgogball learn
Arthur Argauer, Wiliam Gatyas.
For when the One Great Scorer comes,
To write against your name
He marks-not that you won or lost-
Buz how you played the Game.
1880 - 1956
Garfield finished the football season with an over-
all record of two wins. three losses, and three ties. In
Passaic Valley Conference competition we had one win,
three losses, and two ties. The game that was scheduled
against Dover never was played because of the flu that
hit the Boilermakers early in the season.
This season, Garfield seemed to get back on its feet
after several unsuccessful years. Art Argauer, head coach,
who returned to Garfield in 1956 after an absence of ten
years, immediately started.a rebuilding program which has
been most successful. Under the direction of Mr. Ar-
gauer's fine staff which is made up of Bob Volonnino, Bill
Gatyas, John Cocula, Jules Lazicki, John Hollis, and Cy
Barcellona, the Boilermakers have a bright future.
From a statistical point of view. the season does not
give an accurate picture. Statistics do not reveal that amount
of work the boys put into each game. Taking all into con-
sideration this has been a good season.
1957 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
DATE SCHOOL PLACE TIME SCORES SCORES
Sept. 28 Lodi Away 2:00 P.M. 14-6 19-7
Oct. 5 Dover Home 2:00 P.M. No Game No Game
Oct. 12 Passaic' Away 2:00 P.M. 13-18 12-12
Oct. 19 East Rutherford' Home 2:00 P.M. 14--34 0-20
Oct. 26 Central' Away 2:00 P.M. O-25 28-6
Nov. 2 Belleville Home 2:00 P.M. No Game 6-6
Nov. 9 Lyndhurst' Home 2:00 P.M. 6-20 0-0
Nov. 16 Eastside' Home 2:00 P.M. 7-6 0-13
Nov. 28 Clifton' Away 11:30 A.M. 6-52 0-21
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umber 40-Anthony Graceffo, Number 51-Stepehn Weninger. Number 66-
'illiam Radecky. Number 25--Edward Pirog. Number 48-Anthony Calandrillo.
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Number 34-Ronald Bohannon going up the middle. Number 16-John Durskl
Number 51-Stephen Weninger. Number 8-Curtis Jacks.
Number 5-John Compeiatore. Number 10-.John Call.
Number 24-Robert Pritch. Number 4-7-Richard Campbell carrying
Number 25-Edward Firog. Number l0-John Cali. Number 38-Edward Verga. Number 4-7-
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k . . A E '1 p' I Offensive Unit-Backfield, left to right: Casper Rigolosi, Ronald Bohannon, Robert Pritch, Rich- Football Captain - RG
Km mg ml lzzu 0 ard Campbell, John Comperatore. Line, left to right: Ralph Calia, Leonard Sodora, Enrico Benigno, hanon.
Fred Kobylarz, .lohn Chanda, Salvatore Benanti, Leslie Eslinger.
Playing their last game of the season to
a scoreless tie, the freshmen football team
walked off the field with a fair season be-
hind them. They won 3 games, lost 4, and
tied 1. However, they showed good spirit
and a promising display of talent.
The frosh were coached very capably by
Mr. Jules Lazicki and Mr. Ciro Barcellona.
The gladiators of the gridiron posted vic-
tories over lrvington, East Rutherford, and
Lodi. Their setbacks occurred at the hands
of Lyndhurst, Kearney, Belleville, and East
Orange. The 0-0 tie was with the Grammar
Freshman Team-Seated, left to right: Kenneth Kulig, John Kmetz, John Caydu
Michael Risa, George Lucchesse, Ronald Petrisin, Joseph Randazzo, Keith Smith, Ai
thony Giorello, Thomas Lane. Standing, left to right: Coach .lules Lazicki, Joseph Cz
taliatto, Anthony Barckett, Ronald Rigoglioso, Anthony Falleta. Gregory Boryczewski, Vit
cent Copello, Edward Benigno, Gerald DeMaria, Harold Ready, Nicholas Kuzmack, Coac
Fifth Quarter Club Dinner
The Fifth Quarter Club of Garfield is primarily inter-
ested in bringing together socially and fraternally the
alumni and friends of Garfield High Sehoolg reviving
athletic events of the past, encouraging those of the fu-
ture and helping worthy students. We know and are
most familiar with this organization because each year
they sponsor annual sports dinners which honor our
athletes. The members try to instill sportsmanship, cha-
racter, fair play. and honorable treatment of visiting
teams in the students of Garfield High School.
Officers of the 1957 Fifth Quarter Club are, William
J. Psolka, Presidentg Stanley Haladyna, First Vice Presi-
dentq Andrew Simko, Second Vice Presidentg Martin
llieschl,'Third Vice Presidentg Martin Winkler, Treas.g
Edward Polinski, Secretary and Alexander Bahula, Cor-
Speaking, Head Football Coach Arthur Argauer
Award Winners-Mr. William Psolka, Ronald Bohannun. Leslie Es-
linger, Dennis Rozum, Fred Kohylarz. John Chanda. Coach .-Xrthur
Senior Letterman with watches they won. Tnp Row: William Ra-
decky, Enrico Benigno, Ronald Boliannon, Fred Kohylarz. Curtis
Jacks. Balham Raw: John Chanda, Leslie Eslinger, Frank Magaldino,
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Co C aptam Marlene Nakonechny Captain Arlene Logioco
'4Fight, team, Fight!" is a familiar cry at both
football and basketball games. Our energetic cheerleaders
certainly deserve a hearty cheer themselves for the tre-
mendous spirit they show at games. It takes practice, per-
serverance, and hard ,work for each one of them to have
that pep and bounce so evident at all times. Cheerleaders,
our hats are off to you!
G J' GARFIELD C ' WHEN YOU'RE UP . . . YOU'RE UP
UP .... UP .... UP ....
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Can you imagine our half-time shows without the
big purple flags with the gold G's?
After hours of tedious practice, the girls perfected
routines more difficult than many other schools would
attempt. The girls tell us that it's hard to wave that f'lag
when the wind is blowingg but come wind or rain, they
always performed auspiciously.
Most of us will long remember the chorus line the
girls formed at some of the games. And what victory
parade would be complete without a twirler and her flag?
Flag Twirlers-Doris Tschuschke, Captain.
They wave in the breeze
Leading the band at half time shows and during parades
we find our baton twirlers. These girls exhibit precision marching
and twirling routines which they perform with the greatest of ease
And what goes into the perfection of said routines? Hours-
and hours of practice. Our twirlers always seemed to add that some-
thing extra to all our football games.
Front to rear: Annette Risi, Sandra Schweighardt, Lucille Sacco-
manno, Kathleen Marciniak, Linda Traina, Anita Lo Re, Llona
Barkocy, Barbara DePiero, Marie Scrafani. In Front: Doris
Tschuschke, Captaing Absent: Nancy Mordenti.
Rear lLeft to Rightlz Patricia Michaels, Kristine Kroll, Lillian Kut-
ney, Joanne Bruno. Front Row lLeft to Rightl: Marie Ciolinn. Lois
Horvatlx, Louise Koch, Joyce Barker. Front: Elizabeth Kalemha,
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Left to right: Louis Azzara, Ronald Schley-Basketball Co-Captains.
Tap: Nicholas Madonia, Jack Graceffo, Robert Pritch, Scott Wilson,
Alex Boryczewski. Row 2: Freshman Coach Robert Volonnino, Peter
Pelka, Robert Stolarz, Emil Pizzulo, William Ventura, Ralph Calia,
First-year coach Johnny Cocula's Boilermakers
completed their 19 regular game scheduled resulting
in a record of 11 wins and eight losses. ln Passaic
Valley Conference competition, Garfield wound up in
fourth place with a standing consisting of seven wins
and five losses.
Coach Cocula succeeded Johnny Misko, who re-
signed after the 1956-57 season. lVlr. Cocula served as
freshman basketball mentor last season and serves on
the coaching staff of the football team.
The starting five for the 1957-58 season was com-
prised of Lou Azzara, Al Taynai, Rich Caravella, Ron
Schley, and Bill Ventura. Azzara was the top scorer
for the Boilermakers and was one of the leading
scorers in the PVC. Taynai, Caravella, Schley, and
Ventura gave Azzara excellent support and supplied
those vital points that made many a close game come
out with Garfield on top.
Senior members of the varsity squad who are part
of the 1958 graduating class are: Azzara, Taynai,
Caravella, Schley, Vinnie Salerno, and Pete Pell-za.
Underclassmen who will help to make up the varsity
team for next season are: Bill Ventura, Emil Pizzulo,
Rich Graceffo, Nick Madonnia, Charlie Alherti. Scott
Wilson, Ralph Calia, and Bob Stolarz.
Highlights, in part, of the season included a 66-63
victory over the Mustangs of Clifton, two wins over
the Golden Bears of Lyndhurst, a victory over the Ma-
roon of Nutley-a member of the Big Ten, and two
triumphs over the Wildcats of East Rutherford.
Looking over the scores of the 19 contests, one can
see for himself that Garheld High School went through
a good season. It is true that the Boilermakers did
lose several heartbreakers. But then one should re-
call the old adage which goes as follows, "Failure is
the fruit of successf' And Garfield surely has had its
share of success.
Charles Alberti, Junior Varsity Coach Salvatore Franzino. Bottom: Ron
old Plafta, Vincent Salerno, Albert Taynai, Louis Azzara, Head Basket
hal Coach, John Cocula, Ronald Schley, Richard Caravello.
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VARSITY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
Dec. 10-Belleville ,.... ......,..,.............,.,..,,,,,... 6 5-78 ........ Home
Dec. 13-Fair Lawn ..,.... 59-68 ......,. Away
Dec. 17-Lincoln ,..,.. ...... 4- 1-54 ......., Home
Dec. 20-Snyder .,..,, .,..., 4 5-44 ,,..,... Home
Dec. 27-Barringer .. ...,.. 42-40 ........ llomr'
Jan. 7-Eastside ...... ....... 6 1-74 ..,,.... Home-
Jan. 10-Central ....... ....... 6 3-4-8 ......., Away
Jan. 15-Lodi ,...,... ....... 6 5-56 ....., .Hume
Jan. 17-Cilfton ........., ......, 6 6-63 ......,. Home
Jan. 21-Lyndhurst ...... ,a .,..,,, 62-52 ..,...,. Away
Jan. 24-Passaic ....,.,.,........,. ..,.,.. 5 2-565 ..,, Home
Jan. 28-East Rutherford ...... ....,.. 5 3-51 ,..,.... Away
Jan. 31-Eastside ...,....... .... ..,.... 5 5 -71 6..,.... Away
Feb. 4-Central .,,......,.., ....,.. 6 5-43 ......,, Home
Feb. 7-Nutley ....... ....... 5 5-43 ...,.,.. Away
Feb. 11-Clifton ........... ....... 7 1-86 ...,.... Away
Feb. 14-Lyndhurst ...,.,.,.,,.. ,,..... 5 6-48 ,.,,..,. Home
Feb. 18-Passaic ..........,,,....... ....... 5 3-61 ,..,.... Away
Feb. 21-East Rutherford ......,. ...,... 6 6-58 ......,. Home
Ron Schley Watches That Ball
Lou Azzafa - Bill Ventura - First d T lllll A R' hard Caravcllo f' 1-els UU'
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Student-Faculty Basketball Came
FRESHMEN BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
7--Eastside ...., .
24-Passaic ,,........,,....... ,.....
29-Pope Pius ..,....
7-Pope Pius ........ ...,..
18-Passaic ...A.., .,..,, .
21-29 ........ Away
28-20 ........ Away
62-33 .,,..... Away
4-7-28 ..,..... Home
2- O r....... Home
72-60 ........ A way
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM
Left to Right: Richard De Vito, Anthony Barckett, Richard Rembish, Theodore Kucharik,
Leonard Raia, Gregory Boryczewski, Allan Bielen, George Lucckesse, Anthony Giorello,
Ronald Maziekien, Anthony Falleta. Wallace Menhart.
Peter Pelka rising to the occasion
F RESHMAN BASKETBALL
Coach Bob Volonnino's freshman basket-
ball team finished its regular season sporting
a record consisting of 17 wins and three losses.
ln the process of winning, the first-year
Boilermakers copped the Passaic Valley Con-
ference frosh title.
In spite of the fact that this was Coach
Volonnino,s initial year as basketball coach,
the Boilermakers emerged as the best team not
only in PVC competition, but as one of the
best freshman teams in Northern New Jersey.
Greg Boryczewski was one of the players
that sparked the yearlings to many of their
triumphs. He wound up the regular season
with an overall total of 320 points in 19
games for an average of slightly more than
16 points per game. Also instrumental in
pacing the Boilermakers to a most victorious
season were Alan Bielen, George Lucckesse,
Charles 'LChick'7 DeVito and Tony Barkett.
The season has proved that Garfield High
has a tremendous potential to be a power in
scholastic sporting events.
In coach Volonnino's summation, he said,
'GThe season was goodf' And he added, 'tl
enjoyed working with the boysf' The record
of the freshmen for the season of 1957-58 is
one that may stand for quite some time and it
is sure to be an incentive for future frosh
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C Head Majvrette Irene ISOWULOM Carffeld llzkfz So
uflarfield High So Truei' . . . echoes the
C.H.S. band, Under the direction of Mr.
John Maiola and Mr. Marvin Eine, our band
participates in numerous affairs and activities.
During football season the band concen-
trates on precision marching performed dur-
ing the half periods. A high spot of the year
was the winning of a spot in the All-State Band
by two seniors, Dennis Herzo and Andrew
The rush of football season being over, the
group begins the study of concert music in
preparation for the annual Spring Concert.
Aside from school activities the band can
he seen strutting down the street during the
Memorial Day parades and numerous other
With the expanding of the elementary
musical program, we can look forward to big-
ger and better bands at G. l'l. S.
CARFIELD HIGH SCHOOL
Back Row: Katherine Pal, Veronica Luciano
Carole Nitus. Second Row: Dorothy Prebolsky
Linda Slota. Front Row: Maryann Wlock, Su
san Fisher, Captain.
GARFIELD HIGH SCHOOL BAND
Tap: Richard De Vito, Charles Terranova, Robert Lee, .lean
Bucyzinski, Emil Tulenko, Thomas Verga, Evelyn Tom-
porowski, Marilyn Rozema, Carolee Schoouhen, .lulianne
Baron, Lorelie Albanez-ze, Evelyn Ciacin. 2nd Row: Robert
Pastor, Paul Olivieri, Bill Kraus, Eloise Martin, Ken Ma-
donnia, Martin Stroosnyder, Karen Chlaupek, Andrew
Gallopo, John Avella. Bottom: Mr. Fine, Flora Simchick,
Frank Raymond, Herbert Bawden, Thomas Adamo, Dennis
Herzo, Mr. Maiolo, Leader. Absent from picture: Stephen
Gallopo, Richard Yaros.
Diamondmen Show Fine Form
V-KRSITY BASEBALL TEAM e- Top row, left to right: R. Schley, V. Salerno, C. Alberti, F.
Gilfone. A. Taynai. N. Matlonia. Middle row: T. Ciffo. D. Diorio, G. Biczak, J. Graceffo, S. Scro.
A. Graceffo, Button: mar: W. Gatyas. Head coach, P. Pelka, E. Pizzulo, A. Calendriello, R. Cara-
vello, D. D'Agostino, H. Fellling, R. Pl'iICll.
Garheld Highs varsity baseball team, winners of the
Greater Paterson Tournament last year, opened the 558
season with a new head coach and a new assistant.
Rill Gaty as took over the reins as head coach replacing
Robert Nork who resigned from that post at the close of the
'57 season. Jim Rates. the assistant and jayvee baseball
coach. succeeded Johnny Cocula after the latter was named
Recause of a deadline that was set halfway through the
season scores of games after the Passaic contest have had
to be left out.
Garheld's diarnondmen won the initial game of the
season by beating Kearny el- to 3. After losing the next con-
test, a PVC game. to Eastside 2 to 1. the Boilermakers came
back to defeat Central. also a PVC foe. by the score of 6
to 1. Charlie Alberti pitched and Tony Calendriello caught
for the Garfield battery. The luck was against the lioiler-
maker "nine" for the next five games. Garfield lost to Belle-
ville 6 to -lv. ln Garfield's third PVC tilt Clifton came out on
top 5 to -lt. Nutley handed the Boilermakers their next loss,
Sul S170 Stl!!! 011. UIL L'l'I'0l'.
5 to 1. Although Ronnie Schley pitched 12 innings of no-run
ball against Lyndhurst, it was not enough. The Golden Bears
managed to send a run across home plate to make the score
1 to 0 and thus end the 13 inning marathon. lt was the
Boilermakers' third loss in the PVC. After Montclair de-
feated Coach Gatya's club 8 to 0, Garfield bounced back to
defeat Passaic 5 to 2 in a conference game.
At this time, the diamondmen had won two and lost
three in the conference. Overall, Garfield had, after nine
games, won three.
The Boilermakers, pitching staff was comprised of
Ronnie Schley, Al Taynai, Charlie Alberti. and Dominic
D,Agostino. Tony Calendriello was the catcher. The regular
infielders were: Vince Salerno. Nick Madonia, John Cali.
and Richie Caravello. The regular outfielders were: Tom
CifTo, Richie Graceffo, and Bob Pritch. Members of the
team who were used as regular substitutes were Pete Pelka,
Sal Scro, and Emil Pizzulo.
Senior members of the team were Schley. Taynai, Sa-
lerno, Caravello, and Pelka.
COACHES AND CO-CAPTAINS
Head Coach, William Gatyasg Baseball Co-Captains, Ronnie Schley, Vince
Salernog Assistant Coach, James Bates.
JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM
Tap ruuf. lcjz to right: 'l'. Branvato, J. Montelbano. B. Pictrowski, H. Hradziera, M. Svlwffler, J.
Marturann, K. Sommariva, J. Lafaso. Middle row: L. Matykia, Managerg A. Gumiela, A. Falls-ta.
J. Robinson. D. Lowe, H. Petrisin, A. Kr:-'ze-nlinaki, E. McLeod. Manager. Bulnmn ww: F. Kaminski.
IJ. Elm:-rvrlz. L. Rose, J. Tnrak. C. DeVito, B. Lalar. R. Plvcs, B. Bvllnarz, James Bates. Cnuvll.
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Tap mu left lu rzght R Smxtll N Vacarr J Marmo ,l Kulaasta, C. Nagy, W. Perrish, K.
lxropznaclx R Schafer R Rlg0l0Sl 3rd row ,I Boryczewskl D. Rozum, L. Cazdus, P. Stirba, R.
qramlale W Qzulaslu D Palestlm Zml mu, R Garlppa R Stolarz, H. Bugg, J. Giordano, F.
Dame-ls lx Slledoeky 1 Dru lu 9 Btllillltl R Campbell J Perno. Bottom row: Ass't Coach,
qalvatorf Franzmn lx Wxlk E llrog J Krack J Butler F. Altardi, A. Ribuado, J. Avella.
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Mile Run - John Avella wins the mile again. This
miler is undefeated for two years in duel compe-
3-CAPTAINS AND COACHES - Left to right: Assistant Coach Salvatore titionn
'anzino, Frank Attardi, John Butler, Head Coach Jules Lazicki.
Having finished first in the Passaic Valley Conference last year,
mach Jules Lazickiis cindermen entered the '58 campaign as a
irited and highly rated club. They appeared capable of continuing
trfield High's long reputation of having good track teams.
Because of a deadline that had to be met halfway through the
ason, the results of all contests after the Passaic meet have had to
Garfield lost the initial meet of the year to Fair Lawn by the
are of 49-2X3 to 36-U3. But because Fair Lawn is not a member
the PVC, it did not affect the Boilermakers' standing in that loop.
le Lazicki-men then came back to beat Pope Pius, 65 to 21, for
i-ir first win. Another victory was scored for the Garfield tracksters
defeating Nutley 53 to 33. The Boilermakers continued their win-
ng spree hy whipping Lodi 50 to 27. Coach Lazicki's club tallied
air first PVC win when they beat Lyndhurst 4516 to 40112. Con-
iuing on their torrid pace, Garfield defeated Passaic 56 to 30. It
is thc cindermen's second PVC triumph in the same number of
.rts. Overall, the Boilermakers at this time, the halfway point, had
record of five up and one down.
Co-captains of the ,58 edition of the track team were Frank
tardi, 440-yard run specialist, and John Butler, a star in the
0-yard dash, 120-yard low hurdles and broad jump.
Senior cindermen were: Frank Attardi, John Butler, Tony
baudo, Bill Scott, and Joe Krack.
220 Yd. Dash H- lolm Butler wins the dash.
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Someone once said that if the language barrier
is ever overcome. world peace will become imminent.
Spanish and italian students at G. H. S. are doing their
utmost to attain this goal.
The culture of countries speaking these languages
are studied hy means of singing their songs, playing
their games. and viewing hlms.
Informal discussions enahle talented students to
hecome proficient in their selected language study.
Cluh activities prove to he enjoyable as well as edu-
Standing. Left to Right: M. Draven, J. Hawthorne, M.
Rozema, R. Wegrzyniak. S. Gemza. S. Zubcak, D. Fox, R.
Schwind. C. Wojcik. L. Matyka. J. llerkler, G. Muller, J.
Perno. J. Koubsky. E. Tulenko. N. Mucha. D. Rios. Sealed,
Left to Right: B. Herina. R. Hook, M. De Voodg, J. Kroin,
M. Scrafani, C. Nitus, L. Slota, D. Preholsky. C. Bugg.
nlirankcase. carhuretor. fan helt, horn . . . all in
place. lt should run nowlv Letis hope so. These hoys
never have to worry about ahandoning their cars.
They are ahle not only to name all parts of modern
automobiles. hut they also know their functions and
approximate location in the engine. Mr. John Hollis,
advisor, encourages the hoys to trade helpful hints
about keeping Cars in good running condition. Relieve
it or not, the majority of memhers actually practice
what they learn. Officers: Joseph Dul. Angelo Mont
agnino. Frank Magaldino.
Top Row: John Rozema, Andrew Susko, William Scott. Den-
nis Cumble. Fourth Row: Rohert Hriscenko. Jack De Salvo.
Louis Azzara, Henry De Vries, Leonard Sodora. Richard
Zietko. Third Row: Richard Cali, Salvatore La Corte, Law-
rence Sanko. George Gozdek, llenry Vassallo. Second Row:
Santore Casiello. Frank Magaldino. Joseph Celsino. Ronald
Del Re, Richard Ciolino. Bottom Row: Mr. John Hollis, Wil-
liam Wallace, David Brigati, Angelo Montagnino. Joseph Dul.
Standing. Left to Right: Mr. Trucco, advisor, A. Manapeh
A. Paradiso, E. Sodora, E. Ciacin. E. Martin, F. Simchik, L
Sodora, C. Lo Re, M. Nicastro, K. Cinio. L. Schoonhen, J
Szkola, A. Susko, P. Amoruso, J. Fricchione, D. Brigati, L
Cali, J. Montelbano, S. Biancato, M. Rozema, E. Mushinsky
J. Fiduccia, M. Serritella.
Seated: B. Barbato, P. Nardone, F. Benanti, R. Lentini, P.
Malure, L. Benanti, A. Morreale, R. Hriscenko. S. Callopo.
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"Fool loosv and l'auu'y frm----l lou' to tSillltlt'I'-R this
frtuiuly is tht- song: ol' tht- 'lwl'tlYt'l fflulv ine-inlu-rs. 'Flu-Q.
wt' truyt-l. zulym'nttir4'. und tau' uyyuy plurt-s.
lit-lorv t'LlK'll rnc't-ting. int-mln-rs gztthvt' data and
iformution for tht' st-lvvtvtl Country. thvn tht-y iuyitv
uvst spvulu'i's. yivyy volorvd slidvs. and disvuss por-
mul 1-xpvrivllc'vs. A trip to distunt lands nithout
'1lVlllQl G. ll. S.
finding, lmft lo Higlil: Miss C. lfilipponv. advisor. M. Limuta,
. llruus, .l. Sztvativst-, li. Smith. M, lla-rc-zuy. C. Tuntillo. A.
,rvza-rninski, ll, liit'vau'tli. K. Szyniunski, M. Klisivwicz, J.
wilful. l,c'f1 to lfiglllz C. lit-shruuo. li. Sl'llIN'llt'l'gI'l'. D. Melt-
-r. ll. Slylllilllxlil. ll. l'4-truuski. ll. sllt'Ul'UW'5lil. ll. l'zipp.
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Jazz Record octet
Jazz is ont' of thx' ram- forms of musif' yyhivh
can ha- 1-alll-d truly Ann-ric-un. From its 1-urlit-st lu'-
ginnings in Nt-xy Orleans to toda1y's popular progrvs-
sivv vvrsiou. jun dvyf-lopvd and t'llilllQt'tl with the-
Spiritvd disvussions and uttvtitiw listvniug to dit'-
ff-rt-nt type rvt-ordiugs Plltllllt' mt-:uhm-rs to gain ll lwt-
tvr undvrstanding of tht- x':u'ia-d forms of this Ann-rivzui
Opinions of artists und tuuvs am' giwu and wry
oftvn dt-lultt-d. Howl-vm-r. rot-lx 'ni roll und progrvssivv
enthusiasts soon vomproinist- and lvatrn to vujoy hoth
types ol' musirz
Stamling. lm!! Io Riglzlz Nl. Suikowskii-. ll. Nlinvr. .l. llrgoviggll,
L. Elias. D. Fox. D. ll:-rzo, J. LoCz1st'io. Mr. Loo Brum-tti, ud-
visor. C. l'atuuo. C. Tc-rruliovzt, S. Cullopo, W1 Pztrohy. P.
Graf, l. Vusilvuko. l'. Soholvwski. Srrzlvzl. lmfl to Riglifg F,
Fornulik. S. Pope-la. ll. Kovulyvsilx. A. Cullopo. l'. Kratvk. K.
l'ul. A. Csupccz.
Psychology is c'ouiwc'tvd with 1-vvrything: ol' im-
rortanct- in human lilt-. WX- usa- it to gt-t tht- things
wc- want. to gt-t along with otha-r pvoplv. und to umstvr
skills :uid studivs without wustt-d motion. This st-it-:wc
is 4-om-4-rm-tl with our vnjoynu-nt iyhvn wt' do th:-ni
wvll. and with our CllS1lllP0lIlllllt'Ill wht-u tw tail.
lllvrnhvrs disvuss prohlt-Ins ol' altlole-sm-i1r'v und vu-
dvayor to rt-mlvr t'Ill0ll0llLllly nmturo dn-visions und
The cluh motto is: Nliztiss- your yoivv and lowvr
yoursvlfg lowt-r your voiu- und mist' yourst-Il."
Top Row, Left to Right: D. Fox. .l. Mihulik. P. lNlnlurt-. C
Coffey, B. Da- l'i4-ro, ll. Sudlovh, IJ. lrvholsliy. C. Tzlutilloi
P. Fi1ll2lf'ilI'U, H. llztdlvy, Tfiirfz' Kult: Mr. Tvligi. advisor. F
Pf'l'l'0lll', U, vt'I'lSll. ,l. l'wllllllt'lL. S. l"isln't'. .l. llatrou, V. llorovov
R. Ricvurdi. Sammi Rout l'. Puzino, C. Tununillo. C. Spin:
taro, M. Ixubino. N, Kuwtz. U. Mvltzvr, L. .'xllltlllt'St'. Bottom
Row: L. Hurtos. P. Li1'l'lllllll. lf. KLlll'Illbll. J. Kroiu.
Bullis Q-pol Although many arclu-ry 4-luln nn-nilwrs
attvmls-d thc' first mveting. knowing wry littlf' alwout
tht- sport. tht-y plan to ltUl'OIIll' prolicivnt aftor hours
of pravtivt' and participation in touruamf-nts.
Top Rong l.z'fl to Right: B. St'llWlll1l. VV. Anthony. D. Parkins.
K. Kulnins. ll. lim-rnauz-r. ll. Dlirivri. T. Man-ln-sr-. J. Olivivri.
llitlfllz' Ron: D. llaykoviv. D. llawriliuk. l'. llill. ll. Uvlialr. B.
'Nlastropolez Xl. Nlr'-Xlhany. Hnllolrl Rott: K. Clilaupok. D.
Papp. J. Yam-in-liovk. J. Zolnavk. Nl. RlWt'llltl. D. Manu:-l. P.
"l'lvas4- typo and mirnvograph l50 copiesf' How
oflvn during tln- is-ar has this vlulv 1:1-vvivvcl a rn-qtlvst
like this from a sludvnt. tvavlu-r. or st-c'r0tary'?
Una- of tha- f'llll7.4 liltt-on mt-mlwrs prom rtlv 'lots
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to work and lwforr' tht- day is on-r. the assigiimclnt is
complvtc-d. Tlivsv hm-lplul girls. juniors or se-niors who
haw 1-olnplc-tvd tuo yours of typing and one your of
sts-nography. gladly lvnd soc-rc-tarial assistance' to any-
onv is ho asl-is thvni for hvlp.
Tlivir stoady duty was to print all programs for
Standing Left to Ribht Back B Kalemba Miss T B
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advisor: D. Doviak, E. Derco, D. Sobota. I. Sudol, C. Mantag-
mno. L. Murdock, A. Mlklti, G. baccomanno. Front: L. Dom
bal, K. Latona, E. Murray, S. Schweighardt, K. Jadach, B
Beginning tennis playvrs often sz-nd the hall llyingr
al ovvr the court. Howe-wr. during matches. Cluh
mvmhvrs skim the nf-t and hit tho hall right wht-rv they
want it to land.
Only non-varsity players may join thc' Arvhory
and Tennis Clulms.
Top Row, Standing. Left to Right: A. MllSlfxFf'l', F. Curak,
D. Sadloch. J. Burt-k, C. Honanno. Nl. Kraus. D. Monte, R.
Vaspol. M. Mocilenko, B. Onischuk. C. Magee, B. Hr-rina, D.
Kullaf, N. Tomesko. D. Xlanuvl. A. Fvoklistoff. Fifth Row.
Seated: G. Verish, F. Pirrone, J. Buggr. M. Scrafani. A. Lo Re,
J. l'illoklwr. M. Ernest. C. Suvorowslxi, ll. Jezif-rski. P. Dolci.
M, Hozema. K. Szynlanski. Fourth Row. Sf'rzlurz': A. Furmanek.
S, Geinza, M. Billy, G. Quentz. B. l'etrasc-k. M. Slaska, E.
Wasylyk, K. Curak. ll. Di.AlllllTll, L. Messineo. J. Messler, L.
Koch. Third Row, Smit-11: K. Kroll. Zubcak. H. Wegrzyniak.
D. Paradiso. E. Lamb. E. Laiosa, A. T. Mazzola, E. Ruzila. K.
Hartos, C. Conte. C. Scott. P. Krack. I. Vasilenlio, L. Lo Re, E.
Byvliiv. L. Lukacs. Swoml Row. Swzlvrlz J. Bruno. K. Coffey.
J. Piazza, J. Colletti, L. Baldino, P. Quinn, B. Bross. J. Mayer.
Bottom Row. Seated: C. Suarez. V. Cartaino. B. Novack. P.
Pvrrapato, E. Szallo. D. Pvrrapato. J. Buczinslxi. D. Szymanski,
ll. Biccardi. S. Pra, C. 'l'yhurc'zy. B. Bivlfln. E. Ciarin.
Modern Miss Club
Ask any Modern Miss. and she will tell you that
1 vibrant personality can be one of your most valuable
Topics related to personality development and so-
:ial adjustment are fully discussed at meetings of this
Jrganization. These girls also learn Codes of behavior
'or the business and soeial worlds.
Since adolescence is publicized as being a very
'ditticultn stage. social problems of teen-agers provide
ntcresting topics for many discussions.
Standing. Left to Right: li. Vaspol, G. Verga, P. Mavira, P.
Vasilenko. M. Boiko, M. Langston, M. Kilanowski, B. Hamer,
S. Bonanno, J. Popek. D. lluber. C. Dryzal. A. Cznpecz. N.
Onderik. M. Saikowskie, D. Knhan. J. Toniezyk. Sealed, Left
tn Right: C. Minery, K. Cimo, C. Bonanno. M. Bertola, D.
Kovalyesik, l'. Sobolewski. M. Breonte. l'. Kraek, F. Benanti,
C. Conte, J. Urgovitch.
Clothing Club F
llid you ever wonder how some girls are able to
ford the extensive wardrobes they own? Chances
'e they belong to the Clothing Club and sew their
Members learn new skills and clothing techniques
hich are more advanced than regular classroom work.
The only prerequisities for membership is Z1 love
sewing and a little knowledge of the subject.
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Can you imagine the library without the girls from
the Library Council? Mrs. Roman. librarian. eanili
Whilcl rendering serviee to the entire student body.
these girls become individually proficient in the handl-
ing of library tools and become aequainted with the
phases of library work.
All members devote at least three periods a week.
or its equivalent. to their assigned duties. However.
Club activities are not all work and no play. Several
held trips to other schools and theater group perform-
ances highlighted this year's program.
Standing, Left to Right: J. Kornorowski, D. Hanzl, E. Batcho,
Lashendock. S. l'ueeiarelli. C. Catenarn. ll. Sadloeh. Mrs. M.
Roman, advisor, F. Curak, M. Annibal. Sealed. Left to Right:
A. Becker, K. Valuzzi, J. Burek, B. Timko, L. Shortino, J.
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Gardening is not,all work to these club members,
to them it's an art form which enhances the beauty
and value of any home or public building.
After learning about both indoor and outdoor
growths. they try their luck and skill at raising first
class plants and flowers. Field trips to botanical dis-
plays often inspire members to enter their own care-
fully grown s Jecimens.
lxcei your e 'es on the landsca me around the school
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in the near future. because this organization has plans
for planting some shrubs and flowers.
Top Row, Left to Right: C. Mainenti, J. Robinson. E. Giacin.
M. liozema. C. Schoonhen, M. Berezny. R. Onderik, P. Forna-
lik, Mrs. Pirrone, advisor, L. Benanti, T. Benanti. L. Mane-
peli. F. Simchick. M. Serritella. E. Martin. C. Huebner. D.
Perrapato, J. Blasko, W. Princik. Bottom Row: J. Buczynski,
P. Malure, J. Urgovitch. N. Follari, J. Gemski, R. Riccardi.
udio Visual Club
Can you imagine G. H. S. without music in the
cafeteria. and films during study periods. gym classes,
and assemblies? Well. as long as there are students
in this service group. vie won't have to worry.
Under the guidance of Mrs. Marie Sauer. members
become familiar with all types of audio-visual mach-
ines. They also learn how to correct minor break-
downs, if any should occur.
School activities give this squadron the opportunity
to practice what they learn, add to their skills. and give
service to the school.
Standing. Left to Right: G. Verish, J. Herkaler. M. Langieri,
P. Hoffman. T. Murray, E. Orechowsky. Mrs. Sauer, advisor.
.l. Mazzola. Pres., F. Tyburczy. R. llumlzicwicz. J. Nlazurek. F.
Schweighardt. Seated, Left to Right: F. Perrone, L. Koch.
Aspirant thespians. writers. and producers found
the perfect place for self-expression when they dis-
covered the Dramatics Club.
Members become acquainted with the theatre hy
sponsoring various assemblies and appearing before
groups such as the P. T. A.
A major production is the staging of an exchange
assembly. Everyone must pitch in and transport scen-
enry. check wardrobes, and make-up supplies. and see
that everything is perfect.
Who can ever forget the long, tediouslhours of
practice, the fun of making scenery, the last minute
jitters, and finally the tumultuous applause after a suc-
cessful performance '?
TOD Row, Standing. Left to Right: Mrs. Colnaghi, advisor. P.
A' Nurses Club
Nursing and various phases of medical technology
are studied and often practiced by these girls. By
means of guest speakers. field trips. and enrollment
in nurses' aid programs. the memlrers become fauniliar
with all aspects of their chosen profession.
Individually. the girls volunteer their services for
community projects such as the Garheld Day Nursery.
Many graduates of Passaic General Hospitals Nightin-
gale Course are now employed there.
Future nurses are acutely aware of the value of
following the principles of the "Lady With the Lamp".
Standing, Left to Right: N. Tomesko, V. Di Marco. J. Seerhak.
A. lludak, M. Goldstein, K. Marciniak. M. Zanca, J. Stefnnco,
V. Simone. D. Hasten. Mrs. ll. Yoda. advisorg Miss F. Adler.
advisor, is not in pieture. Seated. Left fa Right: S. Bonunno.
J. Messler, V. l'res.g C. Tutseh. l'res.g D. Butler, Sec.-Treas.g
,sw B. Herina.
These lroys really know their planesl However.
dentilication of various airborne olmjects is hut one
vhase of the Clulfs activities. Recent trends and ad-
'ances in aviation and aeronauties are thoroughly
liseussed under the auspices of Mr. Peter Hulmiak and
Hr. Ralph llerold. advisors.
After relating past experiences and telling all about
hat hrst plane ride. these lvoys make their own pre-
lictions as to future developments in the industry.
Theyire still talking ahout their reeent visit to
lfficers: Anatol Feoklistolf. Allan Musterer, John Bo-
hatila. Richard Remlwish.
tanriing, Left tu Right: L. Volpe, l. Mazurek. P. Hospodar.
. Loefller, A. Criskowitz, R. Shafer. Seated. Left tu Right:
. Kuba, A. Musterer. Mr. lluhiak, advisor, A. Feoklistofl, J.
T plug Club
Future collegians and other students unahle to
take typing as part ol' their regular curriculum learned
to peck the keys at daily meetings of this eluh.
Although taliulations and special forms are learned.
emphasis is placed on teaching typing for personal
A unique feature of this clulr enables memlwers vs ho
attain an average of twenty-live words a minute to earn
one point toward graduation. Typing teachers. Mrs.
Scandariato and Mrs. Wolf. teach the group.
l i 4-5-'-s.
Standing, Left to Right: Mrs. Wolfe. advisor, R. Olivieri. F.
U Popewczak. D. Putaky. ff. Dryzal, li, 'lllllllll0l'0WSkl. K. Szyniun-
1' ski, J. Danczak, C. Mainenti. A. Barcketl, R. De Vito. K.
J t - Q ,mqf Madonia. P. Arnoruso, I... Oblinger. R. Rigoglioso. R. Golitko,
- I N.. -q F- D. Huber, H. Ready, J. Urgovitch. M, Taras, M. Breonle. Mrs.
' Scandariato. advisor. Seated, Left to Right: A. Susko. D. But-
ler, F. Daniels. 115
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Mention of the word radio immediately makes most
people think of an entertainment medium which piro-
vides news and music. Well, these boys think of a kind
of music. too. the beep-beep-beep of a fellow "ham"
calling from another part of the country.
In order to license as many radio operators as
possible. Mr. Halph Herold helps the boys learn the
functions and rises of radio sets.
This club works hand in hand with the cityis Civil
Defense Unit. and in case of emergency. will operate
an additional sending and receiving station.
Officers: K. Kozak. ll. Cradl. C. Seidel, H. Gruener
Left to Right: H. Grucner, J. Tyburski, T. Lokowski. Mr. R.
llerold, C. Kozaek, S. Main. J. Telesh. A. Gnmiela. C. Seidel,
R. Krane, B. Leclmer, A. Griskowitz.
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So. you want to be a teacher! You realize the
country needs you. and you think nothing can equal
the satisfaction of knowing that someday. someone you
taught may greatly benefit humanity.
Future Teachers meetings enable many embryonic
pedagogues to becolne acquainted with the preparation,
aims. ideals. advantages. and responsibilities of the
profession. Participation in prevocational activities
which are both exploratory and developmental in na-
ture allord members the opportunity of learning
Besides substituting for absent teachers in G. H. S.,
they observe elementary teaching methods during
Youth Week activities.
lie truthful, girls, who are better behavedsele-
mentary or high school students?
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- ut Pm r xr rt. kseitimllk tv
Poetry, the nemesis of many English students. is
music to the ears of these club members. They not
only read, discuss, and listen to good poetry and study
the lives of famous poets, but they also put their own
imaginations to work and turn out some original verse.
Enjoyment of poctry is the only prerequisite for
membership. "FeastH, and 'LlVly Heart Being Hungry"
by Edna St. Vincent Millay, are two of the poems
which the club has enjoyed this year. Mrs. Mabel
Grady, advisor, selects many poems of interest to youth.
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Varsity Club .. P l . 'Q
Whutl ls this possilmlt-'F Lt-tts-rlnvri sitting still
tlLIjtll't'llllllIlg!'? That's right. Tllt-sv industrious hnys
art- thinking alvnut tht- vlvctrif- sc-orvhoarcl tl1s-y'rt- plan-
ning to purvhast- lin' tht- starlium. Mr. John lIuc'ula
has just aulxisi-tl tht-in tu think of sonw nt-xx. original
funcl raising itlvus.
Thvir rlrvains art- uvll on tht- way to rc-alizatiou
thanks to stnnv wry sim-vssfiil clancvs and faculty-
xarsity anal lsilflllly-Il0llt't' rc-svrw haskvlhall ganit-s.
Whvn tho ft-llows arvn't husy fund raising. th0y're
luuntl stimulating intvrt-st in sports oll'-svason.
lll'it'i'rs: lftluarrl Pirog. avting prvsiclt-nt
Top Raw. Lvfl lu Right: Mr. John Cocula. ailvisorg R. Dun-
boskl-. ll. Caliu. L. Eslinge-r. H. Bonigno. T. Ciffo. H. Plafta.
J. Butt:-r. li. Kirstt-uvr, J. Cali. J. Cmnpm-ratnre-.Bnltum Row:
W. Vvnturu, W. liutlvvky. R. Bugg. V. Salerno. A. KJIYICPHO,
J. Durski. li. Svhlc-y. A. Calzuulrillo. L. Masurci. W. Wallace.
R. Boliannun, C. Rignlusi. lie-nunli.
Tri Hi Y
lmjl In Right: l'. l'z:rraputo. K. Szymanski. R. Ric-Carcli
ll. Szynurnski. J. lilusku, ll. l'i-rrupuln. tl. llf-ulnulr. L. Al'
luun-st-. l'. tit-rnza. J. llurnn. l"u11r1lr Rfnr: l. Sum. J. Pristas,
I.. Sufltwu. A. Luhvak. ll. W1-grzynulk. lu. Svlnnulk:-, L. lllagm'
L. Koch. J. Krt-kivli. lf. lflias. Thin! Rllltf L. l'ilmkkf'r. S
l'ra. 5. G4-inlu. M. Klisie-wivz, C. 'I'ylnir1'zy. C, Qui-ntl. 15.
l'c'trust'k. V. 5pin1'llu'. ll. l'npe-Ck. ll. Sokalsky. SCFIIIZII Row:
L. Munupt-li. l". slIllt'lllk. M, Svrritc-lla, lf. Giavin. J. liuvzin
ski. lu. Martin. I.. 5t'llINllllll'll. Nl. lurnst. YW. l'rc-nrik. Plrxt
lelillff ff. Lu liv, S. Sntlura, E. Mushinski. K. Krall. E.. Dys.
M. Ulmur. J. Solmta. tl. Knut-tz. D. Snhota. llnltnrn Rnuf: C.
'l'utsc'h. 5. LllS1'llilllt'l', C. Ku:-aivu. J. St'e'rlJak. L. Shurtinu. K.
Marviniuk, K. L1-lm. C. Palin. M. Krupucs. M. Ciulino.
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Hoth of thvso vlulis art- aflilialvtl with tht- lm-at
s YMCA anrl ini-mln-rs strive- to 4-xt-rnplify tht- highvst
f ideals of Christian l'll2lI'ilt'lt'l'.
, Sincv holh are primarily svrvivv organizations.
nwmht-rs solivit funds anfl sponsor avtivitivs for rari-
ous monvy raising vausvs. tluvsl spa-akvrs art- invits-tl
lo rum-lings to vnalulv nie-mln-rs to lwr-onw :nurt-
roundvfl and hvttvr inforrnvcl inclivicluals.
C0-vd splash parlivs and tlarivt-s art' hvlml at sm-ial
' rnvvtiiigsz and many pvrsons art- still talking ahout
the crazy antics pvrfornwtl at tht- annual lvaslwtlvall-
The vluhs' motto. 'cl'urt' wortls. purv thoughts.
pun- actions", is mlm-liiwatvtl in thv nwmlwrship pin
which tht- tc-1-ns proudly wt-ar.
Kopc-k. J. Krack, V. De lylaria, S. Wilson. ll. Fox.
Sfllllllflllg, Le!! in Rtilflllli R. Falun. N. lVlaflonia, G. lN'lac'ag1mnn-.
M. Brlintlu. F. Klvin. ll. Dc-n lil:-ylwr. ll. ll:-rm, M. llyvlu-li. J.
Faron. G. Dr: Mz1ria.Sv11lvzl. Lvfl In Right: K. Krupinaik. U.
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Teen Age Book
Shcgcl ont-c said. "Litcraturc is tht- immortality
of' spccchf' With this in mind. mcrnhcrs of the Tccn-
Agc liook filulv attempt to rcad as many lilcrary works
as possible. with cmphasis on thc- list of hooks sclcctcd
for diflicrcnt high school lcvcls.
The mcnilwrs arc some-timcs surprised to hcar
thcrnsclvcs quoting various authors whcn discussions
arisc. Thcy truly know that rcading hroadcns the
Smmling. Left to Right: M. Chervanok. J. Sorcc. E. Ryan, N.
Matz. fi. fiastanza. J. Olivt-ri. C. ZElllllf'I', A. Barckctt. A.
Susko. J. Broznlnax. P. Amoruso, M.'Taras. Sealed. Lf-fz to
Night: A. Dc Salvo. C. Pclka. A. Bisconti. C. Mincry. Advisor.
Mrs. Hcntscli. is not in tht- picturc.
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G mnasties Club
Wvowl Look at those- musclcsl Although control
of thc liody is the principle- aim of' thcsc lmoys. they
soon find thcir musclcs dcvcloping afitcr l1llIIl0fOlIS
tumbling, pyramid lvuilding. and vaulting actiritics.
llndcr the supcrvision of Mr. William Catyas.
mcmhcrs practice physical fcats too dangcrous and dif-
ficult to hc offers-d in the rcgular physical cducation
Through their intricate group work. thc lmoys soon
devclop a kccn mind. a scnsc of rcsponsilrility to fcllow
tcam mcmlwcrs. and an undcrstanding of good sports-
Lcfl to Right: G. Kr-ating. J. Giordano, S. Tomcskc. E. Pirng.
E. Sudol. H. Pctrisin. H. Hanzo. C. Rigulnsi. l". Tylinrczy. R.
Staudinger. R. Sowa. Left to Right: T. Kurilko. A. Calandril-
lo, S. Benanti, A. Graccfifo. R. Lcc. Mr. William Catyas. ad-
sl yt.. f. , . .. ,
Biology class finds studcnts rcading aluout the cha-
racteristics and physiology of' xarious lixing organ-
isms: The liiology tiluli finds thc rnorc inte-rs-stcd stud-
cnds actually ohserving these life forms and. sometimes.
dissecting thcm to find out first hand what cxactly
make-s thcm tick.
In ordcr to cnahlc othcr studcnts to achicvc an
understanding and dccp rcspcct for all living things
and lifc itsclf. the fT10IIlltPI'S liuild and diligcntly care-
for their own aquarium.
Top Row, Left to Right: T. Goriskowitz. L. Baldino. T. Maz-
znla. K. Coffey, P. Quinn. D, Pc-rrapatn. P, Pcrrapatn, D,
Szynianski. K. Szymanski, S. Tainko, H. Lcc. ll. Talisli. Mr.
Prclicli. Middle Row: F. Daniels. lf. llrsdzira. K. Youpatoff.
ff. Pr-rlnan. E. Dys. M. Ghur. fi. lklincry. M. Cnldstcin. Hutton:
Row: Ernst, .J Fazinctz, J. Bruno, li. Sclnniilkf-. J. Yascn-
L'll0L'k. N. Hook. l. Zoe-rlicl.
Boys Glue Club
Girls Clee Club
"Wvlt'oni4- Sw:-vt Springtimei' . . . sing the Gloc-
lllulws as thvy pri-parc for tht- Annual Spring Convert.
llntlt-r tht- guidanu- of music clirvctor Mr. Gottlieb
Svlm all. tht- groups pt-rform with notivvablc excellence.
llolh tht- Girls' and lloys' Clubs are featured in
various assm-rnlmlivs. shows. and aflairs throughout the
Twp Row: lidwarzl Sndol. l'c-t1-r Wallis. Richard De Franco,
B1-njanrin Czurkas, Cliarlvs Zeumer, Leonard Kuba. Third
Huw: lblitrliaul Molclion, Jolm Sessock, Robert Goldstein,
l.t-onarrl Skilla. llicliard Urdas. David Fox. Ronald Polonkay,
S1't'tllIll Rolf: liLlI'llll'll Cucvia. Salvatorn- Cali. Kflith Smith, R0-
ln-rt lnguagiato. Anthony ll:-lblartfo, Ronnie' Oliveri, Joseph
Ulivt-ri. linllnnr Rnw: Ronald Higoglioso, Robert Mazic-kien,
Ur-nnis Cural, Wally Mffnliart. Lawrence Oblinger, Pc-tf'r Hos-
podor. Frank Stfliwt-igliardt.
Clic'kf!'Wvll. that hnishvs tht- roll. Now tht- lun
lmginslu So says a typit-al lfanwra Cluli rm-rnlwr.
The-sc studvnts lt-arn to mix tlw propvr Ulu-rnit'al
solutions and thvn vndvavor to dm-vvlop tha-ir own films.
Although that lirst attvmpt is usually only 50 pr-r cont
suvcvssful, rnvrnlu-rs lwvoniv quitv prohvivnt altvr
sevvral rolls of hlm. Proof ol this is svvn in sonn- of
the photos usvd in this liook.
Oth:-r skills lvarne-fl art' tht- opvrating of onlargvr
inachint-s and tht- voloring ol' portrait photos.
Etlitlr Mayor, Lilliar' Kutnc-y. John Macchionc. Ralph llc-rold,
advisory Sal Franzino. advisorg Gerald Scliwvighardt, Sal Tri-
podi. Bob Clit-rve-nok. Bc-n Lt-clmr-r, Joe- Siuta, Ron Collrtli.
Bob Sabo, Anita Lo Rv, Marie Scrulani, and Pat Nardone-.
Left lo Right. Top Row: J. Koenig, M. M1-lazzo. V. Svliulz-r,
K. fillllllltl, C. Mine-ry. B. Novavk, A. Bisvonti, V. Cartaino,
C. Bonanno. M. Bc-rtola. K. Valuui, S. Surlol, l'. Vlatlyka, C.
Cozdvk. C. Triola.
9111 Row: E. llatcllko. A. Catvnaro, B. f,IllS17llllk. ll. l,K'llll'ill'll,
C. Marinaro, E. Ruzila, M. Movilcaiko, M. Kraus, l'. SllQ'll0,
K. Kartns. M. Langston.
81h Row: G. Hvlbruno, S. Bednar, F. Santora. D. Kullof. L.
Lo llv. J. Gambino, M. lloppllon, C. Maw-yak. M. lie-hando.
J. Volk. M. Taras.
71h Row: D. Cisonde, J. Pvkaar, D. Cliopo, A. llormmt'lu'c'k,
C. Vanglaus. Carol Ann Conn-. C. Scott. A. Mazzola. l'. llar-
tos. M. Giordano.
6th Row: K. l't-rzvl, E. lVlllI'l'llt'Sl', A. AlUlllt'lllllIlU, ll. Gr'c'tt'lu'r1.
C. Klf-sa. l'. l'ra, E. Larosa. E. Wasylyk, K. Cure-k, A. Koo-
Sth Rout N. B1-vlw, E. llonk. A. Craliinsky. C. liugg. ll.
Manuel, l'. Dolci, J. Fvrullo, A. De Salvo, I. Vast-lt-nko. M.
4-th Row: l'. Popek, C. Davis, l.. Elias, J. Katko. M. Nnnnari,
A. Calirni, M. Boiko, l'. Kravk, l'. Sobolt-wski. K. l'al.
3rd Huw: J. Pupvk. C. Dryzal. J. llroadnax. ll. Kowalski. I..
Moss:-rtt-o, C. Zangara. li. Ki1'm'iardi. J. Sclllvgr-l, M. l5rt'ontt',
21111 Row: l'. Butt:-r. F. l'ops-wczak. J. Kish. M. llt-vk. U. l'ulak.
A. Parks. D. Kollan. H. Sobolf-wski. J. Sorce-.
Bullwnl Row: C. Kopec. J. Urgovitclri. J. Benanti. F. lit-nanti.
A. Csnprcz, J. Tomczyk, J. llc- Pe-ri. M. Fc-rrantlinn. l'. Strlivl-
lvnlu-rg. M. Morawa.
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11. R. 210 Mr. joseph Szuhai. one of the judges.
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lN'l'Sl'IIlf?d a Christmas play.
Christmas Decorations for 11ome Room 106.
The Entire Cast and Its Advisor, Mrs. Colrwghi
B. Petranski. A. Barcellona, E. Benigno, K. Madonia, D. Papp, I , g : l e gnc, rs. ' onag L Visor
D. Kovalcyk. Q.,,.f.,,J. n v,..,..1,...1. A n .... um, n n,., L- I-. n
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Lvfl lo Right: John Volcom-, l,I'f'Silit'lllQ Joyce'
Sn-fiiiwo, ii'I'1'ilSllI't'l': Mr. lloltlivh Schwull. ml
viworg Sumlrn Villlgiilllbl. Svvre-tui'yq George- Mum
niolu, Vim- l'rosi4I1-litg Diana Yomlolino, Svcrvtury
l'liel" , QI' an
GiiSiC'llillQ SIl0Wiiili'i1'S :uni I'ill't'I'y SIIONIIIPII w1'rm' thi- molif of our
our junior mlzlliw. "Winlvr Woiimivrlzlliciif
Thi- vouple-s ilziiwvml on into thi- night lo lhm- l'lN'i'IllllliIlg1 music'
of Hill lialli illlli his hioonlighlws. stopping only for lhv l'l'i-I'1'SilIlN'lliS
wi'x'mi hy lhv 1'UIIllIlill1'l',
As lhv vwiiiiig VLIINQ' lo un 1-ml and lhv happy l'0llpil'S lvfl lhe'
zuiw lloor. ovoryom- wont homo wilh il foml IIll'lIl0l'y of an vvc-iiiiigl
will spa-nl in ll illilllliiilli "wfviIlit'I'XX-UIl1il'FiilIlliH.
DI'I1IORA'l'lNG lil DM M ITTEE
l,f'fl In Rlighl. Sfllllllillgf Mairhwu- Nzikom-vhny.
l'.lllu1.i I.i1NIl1'Illi4M'k, Sl1'IliIilIIiQ' l.itSk'ilillll'I4. Ko-
ln-il U4-lm-vwirli. 1,1-omml iYI1lSlll'l'i, lloorggi- Maun-
mohl. lie-tix llulm-r. Flllllilll VLlll"ii1llS. Yiriliniz
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N4IIk,,Illfl'1' Sli-hiiivo. .luhn l'z1h'om-. luivilurii lilo-
illlo. llmnu Yr-miolino. In-iw lxowulfki, HLlI'iHll'il
S4'i!'ik. Srulul.' .M'h-m- Loglioco, iuilfyilllll Ro-
lllillllfilik. liuiliuiu Hurion. Ninfu Folhlri. Vurol
iulwh, l.ilI'1li ill-rlogl.
II111zr'1'r1g in the dark . . .
Leonard Masucci, King:
and Irene Knzualslfi.
Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Srlzuvallq Dr. and Mrs. Karnrwlh,
Ronald Dv! Re, l'rim'e': and Barbara Sef-
Fifi. l'r1'11f'1'.ss: l,1'0l1,ard M11.vz1r'r'1'. King and
lrwu' lxou'alslrr'. Qzwvrz
over, each embarked on an "Ent-hanted Evening"
It was the dream of each of us come true. The gym
was a fairyland of blue and silver as we danced tht-
night to the heavenly of Tony Charles and his or-
chestra. Climaxing the evening was the crowning
of the King Leonard Masucci and Queen Irene
Kowalski hy the Prince and Princess, Ronald Del
Re and Barbara Sefcik. The hours passed and soon
the memory of a wonderful evening was all that
remained. Each time we glance upon this page.
the memories of our Junior Prom again will come
flaw dnmv' dremnly lo llw musie of Tony
les' and his orchestra.
After weeks of preparation and anticipation our
big night finally arrived. Our emotions lvulvbling
"A newspaper is only as good as its contentsf With this con-
cept in mind. the staff of the Quill edits its paper with the utmost
care. On this staff, interested students gain valuable experience in
newspaper work and journalism.
The Quill brings real profit to the students of Garfield High
School. Through the Quill, they are kept informed as to all the events
of interest at school.
Gathering news from all sources, compiling it, and then seeing
the finished product distributed to the eagerly awaiting student
lmody well rewards the stall' for their efforts.
GARFIELD HIGH S
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PUILOUHID AT mlFl!LD, NEW JIRIIY
IV THE STUDENT! OAREIILD HIGH SCHOOL
Outwnor Lan. ou. Palisade Avenue
QUILL ADVISORS-Left no Right: Mrs. E. Mul-
doven, Mr. Leo J. Brunetti, Mrs. M. Sauer.
QIIILL lfDlT0RS4Seul01l, Left to Right: L.
llartos. Edna Elias, C. Spataro. L. Wojcivcliowski.
Stamling: S. Tripoeli. J. Kroin. V. Nork. B.
Burton, M. De Voogll.
IUILL l.lT1z'RflRY ST.41"FwSvul
vf. fmfl In Rigfllf l", l'4'I'l'olll'. .l
iuggz. V. Spina-lla. L. llurtus, .l
lmin, lf. Elias. L. Wojcioclmwski
I. Sputum. ff: Nlim-ry. Sturzdirzg
f. Z1-ulm-r. lf. Salmly. ll. .lvzie-rski
1. Luslu-nrlucli. l. Kowalski. M
Qlisii-wivl. ll, Vl'l'lSll, lll. llc- Vongul
L L4-1-. l'. Nairwlnlw, C. Siwnrnwski
5, llc-Vina. S. Tripmli. If.. lvlilyflf,
I. Silllllwll. H. lfislu-r. l. R2lI'kl7l'Y
. Monauzn. F. Curuk, D. l'1'1'rz1puto
QUILL b'llS1J'VESS ST,fll"I" -M. lfiulino. Ste'-
fanco, B. Kalc-mba. S. Litscllauer. D. Sobotu, V.
Heck. H. Zuku. A. Sum. li. Hook. H. Paistor. ,l.
Komorowski, .l. Cradzki E. Gradzki.
QUILI, ART STAFF i Svatwl. Left to Right:
Ile-urs' Valsmllo. William Kraus. BlU'llLll'il Sukal-
sky. Kai! lilwn lVlllI'4'llllZ1li
YEARBOOK ACTIVITIES STAFF-Seated, Left to Right: Arlene
Logioco-editor, Ninfa Follari. Smnding: Johanna Cangialosi, Marcia
The business staff's
primary function was to
obtain money to produce
Some of the activities
were the running of a
magazine drive, and so-
liciting of subscriptions to
the yearbook to finance
Staff members also did
most of the clerical work
on the book.
YEAIYBOOK ADVISORS-Seated, Left
to Right: Mrs. Edith Briefstein-LL
terary Advisorg Mr. Leo J. Brunettie
Editors were chosen. the theme selected.
and Retrospect 553 was ready to be created.
From that point on. there were write-ups
and more write-ups. drawings and illustra-
tions, rewrites, brain-wracking for originality,
and frantic rushing around to meet our dead-
Many trials and tribulations were experi-
enced by the staff and editorsg but everytime
a seemingly insurmountable situation arose.
Mrs. Edith G. Briefstein, our capable advisor.
carrie to the rescue.
After months of tedious labor. we are re-
warded with the product of our efforts. He-
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1, YEARBOOK LAY-otfr-seated. Left D
to Right: Robert Den Bleyker, Peter
Ebe"'afd4ed""" Mm Rudy' YEARBOOK LITERARY STAFF - Seated, Left to Right: c. Tutsch B. coiasso, D. Gumi
D. Yondolino, editor in chief: I. Kowalski, S. Bonnano, editor: M. Nakonechny, co edl
Standing, Left Z0 Right: B. Sefcik, B. Hamer V. Nork, L. Cacciatore. B. Barton, P. Lashendf
P. Ellcovics, M. Romanchik, A. Pulichino, S. Havriliak, K. Lebo, C. Pazin, C. Herzog
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llf'.v.'lRlf0UK l1'lf'SINI'fSS ST.4l"Ff- Soulful. lmft In Righi: M. Ciolino. S. Litsvlxzuu-r. YEARBOOK l'HOTOG,R,4l'HY Svzztvrl. I.:-fl lu
ll. Zllliil. l'. Nosul, l.. Slllllillllil. B. Mulyso. Slumlilzg. Lvft to Right: N. Moralvnti. riqht: William KI'HllSfc:iT-6llltlJl', Cloriu Langune
'l'. l'uzino. I., Truinu. J. S11-rliul-1, li. Di lllivvlli. K. Latona. G. llvllu Porto. .l. --Emlilor, Robert ti0t7A!Wll'll.
,Mun-Ilo. 'lf l'.I'2llllllltl. ll. Noonlnurg. ll. l"orslvr. II Nlontzlgnino. D. Solxotu. J.
lil',',f1Rl5'0UK ART ST,4l"l" 4l.Cft lin Riglzl: llvnry
Nu--ullo. lgilI'lHlI'Ll Fokaleky. mlltorg Katlili-vn
YEARBOOK JUNIUR MEMBERS- Smtefl, Lvff rn Righl: W. Parolmy. C. Sputum. M
liubino. l. liurkocy. A. lli'c'kc'r. ll. llvrinu. J. Hum-li. l.. S1ll'l'UlllilIlIl1l. SIIHHII-Ilg. lmfl to
Right: B. Timko, A. Rissi, J. Monaco. B. Dv Pivro. ll. l'rm'l1olsky. L. Wi1ljlflt'l'llilW'Skl. E
Mayor, S. Fisller, L. Slotu. D. Kc-rn, J. Bvncv. C. Coflvy. D. Szulloclx. .l. tllmp. ,I
Avella. A. Romaglia.
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YEARBOOK EDITORS - Slamling. Left In Rfglll: Marlvm- Nukone-rliny. Sul Tripmli. Bzlrlmrzx
Sokalsky, A. Logioco. P. Elierliard. Seated. Leff In Right: Bonniv Luligunm-H, Sully Bomumo. lllilllll
Yondolino. Editor in Cllicfg Irene Kowalski, C0-liilitor. 127
WML fo .Sllwf Wylie
Help Wllllied. Could You Please Tell Me Where . ..
The P, T. A. held a Back To School Night on November 14, 1957. This night was
set aside for the purpose of allowing parents to come to talk to the teachers about the
progress of their children. The program was divided into ten minute periods enabling
the parents to see each of the teachers. Members of the National Honor Society served
as guides. Afterwards the senior play, Wllhe Patchwork Quiltn, was presented in the
auditorium and refreshments were served in the cafeteria.
Pliysics instructor, lllr. Ralph flerold, explains marks to in- Parents seem pleased with the progress of their children.
Chemistry inslruclor, Mr. Salvatore Franzino, answers queries of
Q196'83'19NQiilSWSZs1l xiiiviiifir, vw? - nl
CQ! ege WQH
Invited Guests Assem bled.
The- National Honor Socic-ty svt
Thursday. March 6. 1958 as Col-
lage Night. Thv allair was op:-n
to all llpperclasslrlvri and parvnls.
Thirty coll:-ges wc-ro rvprvsvntvcl
and their spokesmen told about
their respvvtivv srhools. Ml'lIlllQ'TS
of the Collm-ge Night l'17IIl'llllli'0
were Carol Pazin, chairmang just-
ine Scerhak, Bill Kraus. Marr-ia
Krupacs. and Dvnnis llt-rzo. Al'-
tvrwards punch. Iva, samlwiclu-s.
and cookies were' sc-rvvcl hy morn-
bvrs of the National Honor Society.
'llallus fr rxplams 1111 rurrssarx rzqulrrfnwnts for entrance.
Mr. Kopenhavvr, our Cuidamr Dzrfctor
Chats with Mr. Moon- of Rzdar 0111454
National Honor Society serzwd re-
1-qual numlwr ol rvlirm-sm-iitaitiws and tlwrv is also a
wliool storm' rc- in-sviitutiw making a grand total of
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IRENE KOWALSKI GEORGE MAMMOLA ROBERT CETZEWICH SAL TRIPODI
Sevrelury d C .I president Vice President
. . . . . . f ,' -E i R
Thi- Nucl:-nl t.0lIlll'll is the gIOYf'I'lNllQ liody ol N V ' :-.
G.H.5. and it has gainvcl much imporlanre during fi E V
this war Q l 'Eff R J W'
llnili-r Ilia' It-aiii-rslnp of its oflic-4-rs. Cvorgzv Mani- , - .., R5
mola. pn-siilc-nl: lloln-rl Ui-tzvuit-lm. vicwf-prvsicleiitg if AT a
lrvm- Kowalski. wi-rvlai'y: and Sal Tripofli. ircasurer: .Fl -if f
many nt-xx iilvas in slmlvnt gowrnlnvnt haw liven gif 5
inilialml. -Mnong llivm if ilu- vwliaiigs- assi-mlmly pro- :gu IJEAL , ,L
gram xsliivli has lu-vu iarriml out sin-ci-sslhlly for thc' lirst limi' this yt-ar.
lloxwvm-r. thi- oll'iu-rs arv not tin- only ones rvspons- My
ilulv for llll' organization. Tlu-y are- guitlvcl by thc ad-
xisors. Nlr. llaxiil Kolwnliawr ami Mr. Ralph Hvroltl.
Dr. Km-nm-th llislmp also plays an vxtrvinf-ly important
roll- at-ling ninvli as lliv l'r'vsitlfa1t of llw linitvcl Statvs
uitli his pow-r lo wto or approvx- any at-tion takvn
lux tliv Sllllll'Ill ll0llI1i'll.
Thi- rm-nilu-rs of lllv Stutlvnt lfounvil arv vlectofl
lip lln-ir 1-1-slwvtiw liomt- rooms. l'li'lCll class has an
SCHOOL STORE-Left to Right: Mary Mahon, William Wallace. Mr. jules
D U Y V 1 ' Lazicki, Santora Casin-llo, Alfred Pelikan.
XX 1- li-vl that thi- Sluclvnt f.OllIN'Il giws us an Ex-
vm-llvilt opportunity to s-xm'rc'isc- tliv flCTTlOf'I'LilllI' ideals of
our svliool. 1-ommunily. and nation.
GARFIELD STUDENT COUNCIL -- Left to Right, Top Row: S. Pucciarelli. V. Simonv. J.
Mazzola. C. Nitus. L. Slota. I. Barkocy, C. Catenaro, P. NHTCTOHP, J. Burek. B. Timko. J, Chap.
J. Monaco. S. Fisher. Row 4: C. Castanza, P. Malure. M. Langston. R. Adamo. E. Savioli. L.
Hartos. L. Wojciechowski, M. Ferrandino. E. Rycliic. Row 3: K. Taft, P. Eberhard, B. Hamer
P. Spezio, M. Wawszcak. G. Tyburczy, M. Mocilenko, K. Curak. E. Ciacin. K. Pal. P. Nlalure.
M. Langston, C. Marino, J. De Pieri. Row 2: P. Fallacaro. W. Wallace, M. Nakonechny. D. Fox
J. Fornatz. J. Bruno. P. German. D'. Perrapato. P. Perrapato. Row 1: E. Derco. L. Sliortino, T
Franzino. M. Krupacs, R. Getzewich, G. Mammola, I. Kowalski, S. Tripodi, E. Mayor.
'. T.A. 0FFfCERS+Lf R- .
lrs. Wilson. Mrs. Ki'fipiiiak,l6llZii lllilzrjaksi Repka, Mrs. Mazzola.
H1451-pass LI,lg..:S,7miivZrZScalzgilre Cioxege glad Scholarship 47-he,e,S
mmfiny. 1, K0w..i.i.i if pu.. f fo ight: P. Lash '
.' x , - , . Y D- , . endock, M,
si iff, lim-. ,.,5.:'::.fsizi.0rBP-,,E1km B.
fy Casior. i r' arvm Fme' William Kraiis ACuiitIikmlfrggnd
' - er,
Cake l1ff'Sf'IIlPd In l'. T. A.
P. T. A.
Uur high school l'.T. A.. unrlvr thc- aulvisorship of
llr. llishop. llilS lm-n floing at ITlllg1llll.it't'lll -ioh in promot-
ing lu-tts-r rvlutions in-tum-4-in para-nts. tvuvlu-i's. and stud-
vnts anti in making our sm-hool thc- hz-st possililv.
'l'hc- vxm-viitiw 1-ornrnittvv r-onsists of Mr. llizvak. prvsi-
rle-nt: Mrs. liropinak. x'ic'c--prvsiclvlit: Mrs. Wilson and
Mrs. Mazzolal. rc-crorcling and vorrvsponding sc-vrvtalrivs
rvspe-vliwly: Mrs. lit'!lliil., trt'nsurf'r1 and Mr. llatvs unrl
Mr. llrvlivh. luvulty nit-rnhcrs.
Thi- annual talm-nt show. which thvy pre-sf-nt c-wry
your to raise- monvy for il svholurship givvn to a worthy
svnior. is just om- vxarnplc- of thc' wondorful work tht-y
arv doing for us. Thvy llavv also lu-on trying to liaw il
parking lot and somo much 1101-ilvfl vquipmf-nt instullvfl.
We would like to take' this timer to thunk our P. T. A.
for the woncle-rful work thvy haw lwvn doing :incl wc-
wish them the host of luck in the future-.
Calypso Number-"Tequila" in P. T.A. Talent Show. Top Rows-J.
Cangialosi, Bonanno. G. Langanes, B. Seft-ik. U. Wunila. A. Selle-rk.
F. Cailleteau. Bottom Row: M. Kilanowski, J. Organas, C. Glazer, M.
Veleber, P. Soccio, R. Lopusnak.
Pla houe '57 pre ents Melod Joni:
This was thi' story of lVlc-lody jones. the kind
of girl every girl wants to he, lveraiisv shi-'s honest,
straight-forward and c-onipli-lm-ly uninhibited. The
kind of girl every boy likes lwrause something alrout
her starts him singing. The kind of girl 1-wry father
adores because she gin-s him livarlzichvs. hearlarhes.
and the joyful life. Hut all the joy went out ol'
Melody and Melody! family that evening at the
party when her cousin. Iflainv. in a ht of jealousy
tells her shels adopted. The situation turns out hap-
pily, as most conivdies do. and the Joncfs household
returns to normaley. This xx as the story of a young
girl's laughter and tears. a story to make one proud
of American Youth.
C A S T
Seated, Loft In Right: Irene Kowalski. Virginia Nork. Maryann Jackson, Diana
Yondolino, Arlene Logioco. Stiuziling. Left to Right: Peter Eberhard, George
Manimola, Leonard Masucci, Betty Hamer, Lucille Shortino, Robert Getzewich, N Q
Phillip Failma-ii. David Fox. CAST 0F CHARACTERS
Mother CMary Jonesl ...,.,..,.,........,..,,,,,,,,r,.. Lucille Shortino
Laura Walkins llflainels mutherl .,,.......,.,,,. Betty Hamer
Melody Jones ....,..,......,...,. ,,,, ,... .,,,,.,.... A r I ene Logioco
l Leon jones l,,,.,,,r,,,,,,,, ,,,l. I Iobert Getzewich
Kenneth Carpenter ,,,..,,, Pete Eberhard
Elaine Watkins ...,.......,,,,.. ..,.. V irginia Nork
Bruce Baller ,..,....,,,,,,,,.,. ...A .,,.,...,. D e nnis Herzo
Kathy fMiss Richardsl ,,.., ,,,....
Jenni er Abbe
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Father ffohn Jones?
Gary Boyd ..,...,....,.......,. ..
Stretch Appleby ..,,...,, ..,....
Francie Wilks .,.. ...,. .,...... D La ne Yondnlixo
Mr. C. Schwall
CAST MEMBERS JUNIOR PLAY
Left to Right: David Fox, Lucille Shortino, Arlene Logioco.
Left to Right: George Mammola, Arla-ne Logioco. Virginia
Nork, Peter Eberhard, Philip Fallacaro, Robert GClZffWlCIl
3 One Act
"THE PATCHWORK QUILT"
The Patchwork Quilt is a play about an eccentric
old woman who seems to live in a world of reverie.
Vivid memories of her decreased husband, and
daughter Emily, and a particular patchwork quilt seem
to kep the woman alive. However, through the efforts
of the daughter, Ann, and her son-in-law, Joe, these
priceless possessions were being taken away from her.
Th daughter and son-in-law are trying to find out
where the deed to the mother's land is. Little do they
know that if they had given her the patchwork quilt
they would have found the deed.
The story terminates with the woman's realizing
that the past no longer exists, but that she must face
Gottlieb fl. Schwall directed the third part of
the show, a minstrel. Philip Fallacaro was the in-
terlocutor and the endmen were Dave Fox CRemusl ,
Leonard Masucci tZebj, John Rudy flkel, Pete
Eberhard fzekel, Al Taynai tsamj, and George
Vivian Spinella sang "Ma, He's Makin' Eyes
At Me". Other acts were: Robert Talish, tap danceg
Roger Pratschler, 'gCan't You Hear Me Callin, Caro-
line?" the Rell-Aire lNow the Hi-Fiveslg Dave
Fox, 'fMammyg" Evelyn Tomporowski, an accor-
dian solog Linda Hartos, "l'm Gonna Write Myself
a Letterf' and Noel Kmetz, a specialty dance. Mr.
Schwall's Clee Club also took part.
F EUDIN' FUN
Feudin, Fun. a highly comical play, revolves
around the age old feud of two delightful families,
the lfudges, and the Hogwashes.
"l'here's no good Fudge but a dead Fudge",
echoes the Hogwashes. Likewise shout the Fudges.
As the story proceeds Lulubelle Hogwash falls
in love with -M A FUDGEI The hilarious happen-
ings which follow finally bring the now peace-lov-
ing families together and the production to a close.
Left to Right: Arlene Logioco, Lucille Sliortino, Dennis Herzo, Virginia Nork,
Marcia Krupacs, Barbara Barton, William Kraus.
End Men and Phillip Fallacaro
Joan Vassalo, Alfred Slaska, John Murcko, Ninfa Follari, Robert
Barbara, Andrew Susko, Romona Seger.
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Our Distinguished Students Exemplii
Leadership, Scholarship, Character and
PROCESSION - Back to front: Justine Scerbak, Diana Yondolino, Irene Kowalski, Sandra
Vanglaus, Diane Sobota.
The object of the National Honor Society is to create an
enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render
service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the
development of character in the students of Garfield High
Entrance into the society requires that a student maintains
a scholashc average of 8596 or bener, a unal of atleast 20
activity points, and exemplify the cardinal virtues-Character,
Scholarship, Leadership, and Service - throughout his entire
high school careen
The Garfield Chapter of the National Honor Society was
proud to induct, on October 14, 1957, eight new senior mem-
bers who have met these requirements, and on May 2, 1958,
twenty-hve junior nuunbers
The Honor Society has sponsored various projects in the
past year, some of which are: Canteen Dances, College Night,
Safety YVeek, and the teacher-subsututh i progranr It is re-
sponsible for enrolling Garfield High School on the National
Safety Ilonor Iioh, for the estabhshrnent of a coat roorn for
school dances and aHairs the purchase of dnrty caps and
gowns to be used for future inductions, and for all the pub-
hchy given to the Science Fair and various organizauons.Its
members served as hosts and hostesses for various school func-
tions. In addition to all this, the N.H.S. selected and paid for
films presented in the assemblies.
Faculty members were chosen by the members of the
society to serve as advisors. They are, Dr. Kenneth Bishop,
Mrs. Bertha Travers, Mrs. Ann Colnaghi, Mrs. Augusta Cos-
tantin, and Mrs. Edith Briefstein.
Membership in the National Honor Society is the due
reward given to those who were willing to work to reach their
HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS 4 Top row: Marie Zanca, Treas
urerg Dale Becker, Secretary. Front row: Arlene Logioco, Presi
dent, Peter Eberhard, V. President.
Sandra Scliweighardt, Carol l'azin, Joyce Kr:-kicli, Elaine Dvrco.
2nd row: William Kraus, Barbara Burton, Edna Elias. Jlllllill Orga-
nas, Helen Forster, Virginia Nork. Ballon: raw: Arlf-nv Lngioco, Petr-r
Eberliard, Dale Becker. Marie Zanca. Missing from pivture: Carol
Tutscli, Diane Sabota, Kr-nnetli Taft.
Mr fohn R0 emu Superzntendent 0 Schools, Addressing Honor Society al
lNl'W JUNIOR NIFNIBFRS Ilona Barkocy, June Burc-k, Joyce Chap. Marilyn Dc-Voogfl,
l itrlcia Doslxy nan frad ki lwaiicf' Lllldk Linda Harms, Beverly llvrina, llvlvn Je-zvrski.
lzlnalmtli lxalexnba Judy lxmnomw ki Juyu- Kroin, Lillian Kutm-y, Edith Mayer, Francine
lermne lwlwaril Pirog Bcvuly litulzai Robin! Qabo, Vivian Spinella, Betty Ann Timko, Ge-orgia
Vuibli Scott Wilson Leona Wo uechoviski Richard Wojdyla.
H... - 7-A... VH4.. .Fi-.. fi. .- '
Mr. 8 Mrs. M. Accardi-93 Jewell Street
Mr. 8 Mrs. Joseph Adamo-117 Market Street
Mrs. T. Agnello-346 MacArthur Avenue
Mrs. T. Annibal-33 Lincoln Place
Mr. 8 Mrs.
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Mr. 8 Mrs
C. Attardi-80 Malcolm Avenue
L. Azzara--102 MacArthur Avenue
. John Bakay-53 Scudder Street
Mr. 8 Mrs. W. Barker-245 Shaw Street
Mr. 8 Mrs. S. Barrale--135 Jewell Street
Mr. 81 Mrs. T. Barsch-126 Grand Street
Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Barton-15 Garden Court South
Mr. 8 Mrs
. August Becker-78 Cedar Street
Mr. 81 Mrs. E. Benigno-511 Madeline Avenue
Mr. 8 Mrs
Mr. 8 Mrs
Mr. 8 Mrs.
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Mr. 8 Mrs.
. R. Blanda-448 Outwater Lane
. J. Bohannon-174 Prospect St.
S. Bonanno-711 Midland Avenue
E. Brigati-138 Monroe Street
C. Butler-421 Harrison Avenue
Mr. 8 Mrs. Bychek-108 Dewey Street
Mr. 81 Mrs. S. Cacciatore-97 Pacific Avenue
Mr. 81 Mrs. A. Cali-483 MacArthur Avenue
Mr. 81 Mrs.
T. Cangialosi-65 Maitland Place
Mr. 8 Mrs. R. Caravello-226 Lanza Avenue
Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Caravella-178 Outwater Lane
Mr. 81 Mrs. Casiello-4-11 Harrison Avenue
Mr. 8 Mrs. J. Chanda-91 Union Avenue
Mrs. Chervenok-279 Palisade Avenue
Mr. 81 Mrs. M. Ciolino-72 Farnham Avenue
Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Colasso-Davison Street
Mrs. V. Comperatore-4-3 Franklin Avenue
Mr. 81 Mrs. A. Coppola-4 Garfield Avenue
Mrs. H. Curtis-14 De Witt Street
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Mr. 8 Mrs.
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Mr. 8 Mrs.
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Mr. 8 Mrs.
Mr. 8 Mrs.
Mr. 8 Mrs.
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Mr. 8 Mrs.
Mr. 8 Mrs.
Mr. 8 Mrs.
Mr. 8 Mrs.
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Mr. 81 Mrs.
E. Dailey-89 Passaic Street
F. Della Porta-259 Malcolm Ave.
N Del Re-88 Elizabeth Street
C. Demboske-85 Krakow Street
S. De Maria-62 Davison Street
0. Den Bleyker-44-2 Banta Ave.
P. Derco-101 Wessington Avenue
S. De Salvo-73 Irving Place
H. De Vries-101 Summit Avenue
F. Di Marco-19 Center Court
A. Di Micelli-395 MacArthur Ave. .
J. Dul-181 Banta Avenue
A. Eberhard-33 Washington Pl.
A. Elias-54-1 River Drive
P. Elkovics-12 Grand Street
L. Eslinger-Summit Avenue
Mrs. E. Esposito-171 Jewell Street
Mr. 8 Mrs. B. Falcone-30 New Schley Street
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Mr. 81 Mrs. J.
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Mr. 8 Mrs.
Mr. 8 Mrs.
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Mr. 8 Mrs.
Mr. 8 Mrs.
Mr. 8 Mrs.
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Mr. 8 Mrs.
Fallacaro-239 Malcolm Ave.
Faron-66 Main Street
Ferullo-48 Morrell Place
J. Follari-33 Shaw Street
E. McGlone-35 Division Avenue
S. Fox-58 Schley Street
H F ranz-161 Hartman Avenue
M. Franzino-434 Outwater Lane
P. Galimi-55 Franklin Avenue
S. Gallopo-133 Wessington Ave.
Gelsino-75 Marsellus Place
Adam Gemski-501 Lanza Avenue
Mr. 81 Mrs. 0. W. Gerenz-9 Hartman Avenue
Mr. 8 Mrs. J. Getzewich-19 Belmont Avenue
Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Glazer-28 Dewey Street
Mrs. M. Goldstein-79 Spring Garden Lane
Mr. 81 Mrs. R Gross-52 Lanza Avenue
Mr. 81 Mrs. A Gumiela-131 Cedar Street
Mr. 81 Mrs. H Halka-51 Alpine Street
Mr. 81 Mrs. R Hamer-137 Ray Street
Mr. 81 Mrs. A. Handzo-70 Belmont Avenue
Mr. 81 Mrs. H Hanzo-263 Palisade Avenue
Mr. 81 Mrs. D. M. Havriliak-57 Hudson Street
Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Herzo-14-5 Chestnut Street
Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Herzog-120 Spring Street
Mr. 81 Mrs. L. Bugg-187 Malcolm Avenue
Mr. 8 Mrs. G. Jackson-23 Riverside Place
Mr. 81 Mrs. J ohnson--389 Harrison Avenue
Mr. 81 Mrs. A. Kaplanovich-373 Van Bussum
Mr. 81 Mrs. G. Kasica-2 Monroe Street
Mr. 8 Mrs. J. Bunting-52 Van Winkle Ave.
Mrs. H. S. Kenyon-42 Gaston Avenue
Mrs. A. Kilanowski-94 Malcolm Avenue
Mr. 81 Mrs. R. Kirsteuer-563 Midland Ave.
Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Klepar-32 Garwood Court N.
Mr. 81 Mrs. R. Kohylarl.-106 Main Street
Mr. 81 Mrs. S. Kowalski-24 Palisade Avenue
Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Krack-14 Outwater Lane
Mr. 81 Mrs. W. Kraus-190 Midland Ave. S.B.
Mr. 81 Mrs. E. Krekich-35 Dewey Street
Mr. 8 Mrs G. Kroll-4-4 Belmont Avenue
Mr. 81 Mrs A. Kroll-211 Division Avenue
Mr. 8 Mrs. R. Krupacs-70 Spring Street
Mr. 8 Mrs. J. La Corte-57 Spring Garden La.
Mr. 81 Mrs. F. Laiosa-39 Division Avenue
Mrs. A. Langanes-74 Herman Street
Mr. 81 Mrs. A. Lashendock-51 Monroe Street
Mr. 81 Mrs. P. Latona-96 Leonard Street
Mr. 8 Mrs. B. Lebo-102 Main Street
Mr. 8 Mrs. S. Litschauer-91 Shaw Street
Mr. 8 Mrs. J. Locascio-114 MacArthur Ave.
Mr. 8 Mrs. S. Lagioco-45 Shaw Street
Mr. G. Lopusnak-86 Westminster Place
Mr. 8 Mrs. T. Lynch-160 Market Street
Mr. 8 Mrs. F. Magaldino-108 Plauderville
Mr. 8 Mrs.
A. Maisel-51 Commerce Street
Mr. 81 Mrs. A. Maisel-51 Commerce Street
Mr. 8 Mrs. J. Malak-115 Schley Street
Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Malyso-74 Wood Street
Mr. 81 Mrs. C. Mammola-176 Malcolm Ave.
Mr. 8 Mrs. J. Marciniak-693 Midland Ave.
Mr. 81 Mrs. S. Margo-93 Belmont Avenue
Mr. 81 Mrs.
F. Martorano-78 Krakow Street
Mr. 81 Mrs. F. Masucci, Sr.-27 Monroe Street
Mr. 8 Mrs. J. Mickel-120 Grand Street
Mr. 8 Mrs. M. Mikita-36 Garwood Court S.
Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Miller-245 Passaic Street
Mr. 8 Mrs. A. Mitchell-30 Cedar Street
Mr. 8 Mrs. A. Montagnino-73 Division Ave.
Mr. 81 Mrs. J. ,Montagnino-119 Jewell Street
Mr. J. Mordenti-68 Morrell Place
Mr. 8 Mrs. W. Murdock-27'Garden Court .N.
Mr. 81 Mrs. C. Murray-195 Wessington Ave.
Mr. 81 Mrs. F. Nagy-431 River Drive
Mr. A. Nakonechny-26 Davison Street
Mr. 8 Mrs. H. Noonburg-74 Dewey Street
Mr. 8 Mrs. R. Nork-187 Chestnut Street
Mr. 81 Mrs. W. Nosal-35 Willard Street
Mr. 8 Mrs. N. Onufrak-83 Market Street
Mr. 8 Mrs. J. Organas-100 Wessington Ave.
Mr. 81 Mrs. P. Pascanage-12 Cambridge Ave.
Mrs. M. Pastor-164 Pierre Avenue
Mr. 8 Mrs. G. Roehrich-75 Union Street
Mr. 81 Mrs. M. Romanchick-28 Riverside Pl.
Mr. 8 Mrs. J. Romano-111 Bergen Street
Mr. 81 Mrs. R. Rozema-9 Bloomingdale Ave.
Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Rudy-136 Cedar Street
Mr. 81 Mrs. S. Saccomanno-112 Westminster
Mr. 8 Mrs. J. Salerno-69 Harrison Avenue
Mr. 81 Mrs. G. Sautner-57 Maple Street
Mr. 8 Mrs. G. Scerbak-4-4 Belmont Avenue
Mr. 8 Mrs. E. Schley-243 Pierre Avenue
Mr. 8 Mrs. J. Schweighardt-26 Alpine St.
Mr. 8 Mrs. J. Schweighardt-59 Belmont Ave.
Mr. 8 Mrs. O. Scott-64 Farnham Avenue
Mr. 8 Mrs. H. Sebeck-86 Somerset Avenue
Mr. 8 Mrs. M. Sefcik-101 Willard Street
Mr. 81 Mrs. L. Shortino-130 Jewell Street
Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Sobota-45 Schley Street
Mr. 8 Mrs. P. L. Soccio-29 Maitland Place
Mr. 81 Mrs. L. Sodora-54 Harrison Avenue
Mr. 8 Mrs. A. Sokalsky-381 Palisade Avenue
Mrs. Mary Stefanco-510 Grace Avenue
Mr. 8 Mrs. M. Stroosnyder-82 Midland Ave.
Mr. 8 Mrs. J. Sudol-283 5th Street
Mr. 81 Mrs M. Sudol-93 Main Street
Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Szitanko-126 Orchard Street
Mr. 81 Mrs Taft-24 Hartman Avenue
Mr. 81 Mrs. A. Taynai--3 Jewell Street
Mr. 8 Mrs Mario Traina-337 Palisade Ave.
Mr. 8 Mrs. J. Trinka-168 River Drive
Mr. 8 Mrs S. Tripodi-155 Malcolm Avenue
Mr. 81 Mrs. W. Tschuschke-90 Rochard Street
Mr. 8 Mrs. W. Tutsch-174 Hartman Avenue
Mr. 8 Mrs.
E. Lippincott-41 Banta Avenue
Mr. 81 Mrs. P. Pazin-409 Palisade Avenue
Mr. 8 Mrs. A. Pelikan-112 Ray Street
Mr. 81 Mrs. P. Pelka-156 Shaw Street
Mr. 81 Mrs. Piuulo-252 Lanza Avenue
Mr. 81 Mrs. M. Polk-429 River Drive
Mr. 81 Mrs. F. Pratschler-182 Main Street
Mr. 8 Mrs. F. Pulichino-4-18 Lanza Avenue
Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Puzino-181 Division Avenue
Mr. 81 Mrs. V. Puzino-51 Malcolm Avenue
Mr. 8 Mrs. J. Puzino-38 Morrell Place
Mr. 81 Mrs. W. Radecky-48 Market Street
Mrs. Eleanor Barnowsky-67 Schley Street
Mr. 8 Mrs.
A. Ribaudo-137 Prospect Street
Mr. J. Risko-90 Wessington Avenue
Mr. J. Vanglaus-170 Pierre Avenue
Mr. 81 Mrs. R. Bessinger-93 Semel Avenue
Mr. 8 Mrs. S. Vasilyk-113 Grand Street
Mr. 8 Mrs. E. Vassallo--261 Shaw Street
Mrs. M. Veleber-54 Spring Garden Lane
Mr. 81 Mrs. P. Vladyka-24 Semel Avenue
Mr. 81 Mrs. G. Vrabel-4 Garwood Court N.
Mr. J. Vanyo-128 Belmont Avenue
Mr. 8 Mrs. P. Wanda-166 Ray Street
Mr. 81 Mrs.
M. Wegezyniak-M7 Division Ave.
Mr.'8 Mrs. A. White-129 Palisade Avenue
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Wurch-4 Semel Avenue
Mr. 81 Mrs. C. Yondolino-371 Van Bussum
Mr. 8 Mrs. G. Yoykon-117 Jewell Street
Mr. 8 Mrs. S. Zanca-120 Jewell Street
Mr. 8 Mrs. W. Zuka-Semel Avenue
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