Glassboro High School - Bulldogs Yearbook (Glassboro, NJ)

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Under the guidance of these capable ad- visors, we have been able to accomplish many outstanding achievements. To them we now extend our heart-felt gratitude. MR. RICHARD CREAMER Senior Class Advisor Boys MISS ALISON LAING Senior Class Advisor Girls BOARD OF EDUCATION Seated, left to right: Vinton M. Prince, Mrs. Ruth H. Mancuso, Thomas E. Bowe, President, George C. Schneider, Leon C. Lutz, Superintendent, Milton W. Baylis, Assistant Superintendent. Standing: Chester Camiolo, Robert Clayton, Meredith H. Staulcup, Carlton R. Brown, Custodian of Funds, LeRoy Bright, John L. Bower. TO THE CLASS OF 1959! We hope you have enjoyed the life at Glassboro High School-we hope you have found true friends and worthwhile associates-we hope you have discovered some ofthe enduring values. Above all we hope that your experiences at Glassboro High School will open the road that leads to success and contentment for each of you according to your abilities and in your own way. THOMAS E. BOWE, President LEON C. LUTZ Superintendent A BEATRICE C. JOHNSON Principal MILTON W. BAYLIS Assistant Superintendent li' f il in In l Q I ll ' ll 0 li 7 7'l' 27? F L v,l i Saying goodbye is a part of life Always fraught with sorrow for Your friends whom you may never see again. On the other hand, keeping in touch, Never with a thought of having permanently gone, Always bestrews pleasant memories of your soiourn here. Remember that we'lI always have in mind a fond Aloha for all members of the CLASS OF 1959 Beatrice C. Johnson W l XA M g S 'if' n...-10 FACULTY in mend i", WH -.,3,w, V1 png. U A.. ""' 1.UA,e-I-1 .1 1 Y , , S3115 ,xi1':w""Y, RUSSELL BONIGNO MRS. HELEN BOLNICK EDWARD CARCAISE Insfrumenial Music Physical and Healfh Educaiion German, French ROBERT CONNOLLY RICHARD CREAMER MRS. WILMA CREAMER Guidance History History THOMAS DAWSON MRS. JOSEPHINE DELLA PORTA MRS. ELBERTA DeMARIS Guidance English Commercial JAMES DOYLE HELEN ELLIOTT MRS. DOROTHY ERICKSON Physical and Healfh Eclucalion English Af' THEODORE FESCHUK MRS. CATHERINE FULLER HENRY GINORICH Phyiical and Heallh Educafion Hisfory Malhemafics and Science WARREN GRODOTZKE LILLIAN HAAS LESTER HAND Agriculfure Physical and Health Educafion lndusfrial Arfs MRS- RUTH HANNA HILDA HARRIS GLADYS HAZEL GUFJUVICG English Home Economics MORGAN HIESTER EARL HINTON MILTON HINTON Higfofy English Special Class CHARLES HOMAN JOHN INGHAM MRS. GENEVIEVE JAMES Science lndusirial Arfs Science KNUD JENSEN GORDON JOHNSON ALISON LAING Indusfrial Arfs Special Class Mafhemafics MRS. EDNA LAWRENCE PAUL LETTERMAN MRS. DOROTHY LUTZ Home Economics Science English .ia MRS. RUTH SERGESON EARLE SMITH ROBERT STEWART Physical and Healfh Educafion English lndusfrial Arfs MRS. LUCY VERDEROSE MRS. 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As our home town and these communities grow in population, there is an ever increasing need for new schools. To solve this problem, new schools are being built to absorb the students who would ordinarily attend G.H.S. Since this is the last time we will be together as one student body, I would like to wish each one of you the greatest success in your future endeavors. Acting as representative of our class, I thank the faculty for their guidance and their part in making our four years a pleasant, as well as a profitable experience. Not only have they helped us over the rough spots, but they have also been our friends. SENIOR OFFICERS President .,....,................,,.,........,... .....,...,,, B ob Turk Vice President ...,. .... S haron Friedrich Secretary ......... ...... E velyn Szymanski Treasurer ......................................,......... Patricia Zee Evelyn Szymanski Patricia Zee I. ft i A fi " list? 'K 1 'l 'slit' f- an - su JOHN ABBOTT idemic Richwood "John" Oh, for Pete's sake" . . . working on his -or playing football . . . a nice, quiet I?j son to know . . . off he goes into the I blue yonder. PAT ADAMS Arts Williamstown llpcfll Oh yeahl" . . . hates those history dates . smiling Irishman . . . delights in dancing period . . . lady in white. I9 MARTIN ACKERMANN Academic Williamstown "Marty" "Hey, that's real cool" . . . doesn't appre- ciate being bumped into while on hall patrol duty . . . baseball fan I . . witty . . . easy going . . . busy man . . . mad chemist at work-BOOM! WILLIAM HARRY ADAMS, Ill Academic Hardingville llsiull "You're too young" . . . extra three minute break between classes . . . "What's money?- only the most important thing to have . . . He'll make a fine electronic technician. THEODORE LEE ADAMS Industrial Arts Glossboro HMMPH "How ya doin' kid?" . . . Nothin', but noth- in' bothers this kid-EXCEPT staying home nights . . . oh, those invalids . . . "gonna build" . . . a "hammer and nails" man. GERALDINE ALESSANDRINI Commercial Secretarial Williamstown "Gerry" "No kiddingl" . . . dancing and boys . . . quite a little ioker . . . usually lound with Toni and Tina . . . good things come in small packages . . . secretory to a good looking boss. LORRAINE ALMINDA Life Arts Monroeville "Penny" "l.et's eat!" . . . should be president of the 5.P.C.A ..,. a whiz on skates . . , quiet :nd nice . . . future-telephone operator. H EN RY AMATO Commercial Accountancy Ewan HHGPPYH "Come on, let's make itl" . . . iust "happy- ga-lucky" . . . loves to ride around in his '52 Ford . . . another deck-swabber. HARRY ASHENFELTER Academic Agriculture Aura llAshYll "Me hungieI" . . . car crazy . . . always with the boys . . . always ready with a laugh . . . college bound. 20 LEWIS EDWARD ATKINSON Academic Hurflville HI-eww "The meeting will now come to order" . . . he sure makes a swell student council pres . . . sports, sports, always sports with this great guy . . . to be an engineer. JOAN ANGELA APOSTLE Commercial Secretary Glassba "Joan" "WE'S IS SA-ARGENTSIH . . . terrific cenl forward . . . delights in dancing and twirli . . . small but mighty . . . a good sport . desires to be a secretary. WILLIAM WALTER ATKINSON Industrial Arts Au "Bill" "Oh, why?" . . . a great bowler . . . hunti and fishing rate high with him . . . neat know . . . draftsman ta be. SAMUEL ARTHUR AYLING :demic Chapel Heights "Art" 'Get what I mean?" . . . a good student BARRY BAILEY . serious . . . Jack of all trades . . . de- Academic Jefferson udable . . . engineer . . . fHe'II make "Barry" nillionl. "Shutterbug" from way back . . . FOOD . . . loves to pester teachers lanyone for that matterj . . . tease, tease, tease . . . future occupation-there's a question! .V E DELORES BAILEY Commercial Secretarial Glossboro HNonnYu ERNEST RUSSELL BAKER "Is thot so?" . . . quite a reader! . . . can usually be seen dancing . . . private secretary. :demic Hurlfville "Ernie" 'Ay Marie on three" . . . enioys sports JOAN ELIZABETH BANKER . the corn is growing toll this year . . . a l . I' clown . l . fumre demisf - ' . oh, my Commercial Secretarial Glassboro ning teeth. ,,Joan,, ROBERT BARRATT "Oh yeah?" . . . quiet and shy-wait 'till Academic Gfossbom you know herl . . . o fiery REDheod . . . will "Bob" make o good secretory. "Are you serious?" . . . football-his specialty . . . friendly guy . . . likes all sports . . . a C. P. A. of the future. 21 EDWARD W. BAUER fommercial Williamstown l "Eddie" "Ee-yah" . . . sure likes swimming . . . quiet ELAINE . . cars are his favorites . . . wants to ,9 Q printer. Commercial Clerical Turnersville "Janet" "Holy Moly" . . . lst of the S-l-X's . . friendly . . . talkative colorguard . . . nice smile . . secretary to a lucky boss. MARGARET MARY BECKMAN iommercial Secretarial Cecil naeckyu , BARBARA BENNIE "You know!" . . . wears that pony tail well . . the sweetest . . . now lets get these Academic Williamsmwn lates straight . . . future-"gal Friday' for ffgomsieff ome lucky boss. "Hi ya Buddy" . . . 2nd of the S-l-X's . . . usually found on the dance floor . . . sound of laughter . . . college bound. 22 Q LARRY THOMAS BEEBE Academic Glassbol "Beebe" "lt's a bit of all right" . . . sharp mc . . . best drummer Glassboro ever had . . future left to the future. if B SANTINA BOMBARA Academic Williamstow "Tina" "Guess what?" . . . usually found with Ton and Gerry . . . attractive looking . . . appeal to be quiet, but- . . . beauty will be her business. THOMAS BOWE demic Glassbora "Tommy" , ,L .X r , J CHARLES HOWARD BOWERS Commercial Accountancy Glassbom Ilch I' Il ELIZABETH MARGARET BOWE ""' Academic Glassboro "Cool it" . . . oh, those early morningsl . . . Hgepyyf' '54 Fords . . . neat dancer . . . another great college man. "We's is sa-argentsl" . . . Sharon's other half . . . usually found at the head of the twirlers . . . a mighty spartsman . . . love that dancing! . . . to teach high school gym. EiyahI" . . . a quiet l?i sort of a guy . football's lor him . "Well, boys, we'll e calisthenics for the next six weeks." ROBERT BRANDRIFF demic Williamstown Usobu Oh yea?" . . . "No kidding?" . . . "6'l" is ly up there, man!" . . . whoever thought "worlc?" . . . a future engineer. DAVID ROY BROMLEY I ndustrial Arts Glassboro "Dave" CAMILLE ADELE BRIDA "Hey there!" . . . boy from Brazil . . , quiet Academic Glassbo,-0 . . . a sharp guy to know . . . will sure make "Camille" a good mechanic. "What a blast" . . . usually found cheering -for good old G.H.S .... always smilin' . . . plans to be an l.B.M. operator. 23 JOAN BROOKS Academic Glassboro "Joanie" JOSEPH J. G BROOKS "REALLY?" . . . "WH'ERE'S SADNESS?" . . . ' a swell kid . . . sunny smile . . . can be found Academic Glussbom talking to fellows and more fellows . . . Hjoeff' teacher of languages. "Hi there" . . . pe? peeve-teachers' pets . . . always smiling . . . friendly fellow lo know . . . "Lel's play some balI" . . . keeps the girls happy . . . future-either science feacher or pro basketball star. ROBERT BURROWS Academic EWCIU IIBobll "Oh my, I'll try" . . . doesn't go for those WILLIAM T' BRUCK JR. lunch period discussions . . . is always seen ' carrying a large brief case . . . radios and Agriculfure Au,-G chemistry the mosfl . . . engineer. "Bill" "Don't sweal ii!" . . . car crazy . . . football for this fellow . . . will do work in agriculture . . . sure to make a success. 24 ls KATHERINE ELIZABETH BROWNE Commercial Clerical Glassbc 11KmhYH "Such is life" . . . Bohemian . . . a w groomed lass . . . another poor unforfunc senior having SlXfh period lunch . . . nice know . . . number please? ROBERT BUTZBACH Academic lake Gilm uhhh "You phoney!" . . . "or somelhin"' . , easy going . . . teacher's pesl . . . lil ouldoor sports, boating, swimming, and hu ing . . . engineer. I PHILIP CALTABIANO lemic Mullica Hill "Phil" Lee whiz, you guys!" . . . "Not another MARGARET HELEN CALLA cal fitness test?" . . . quite a varsity HAN fall manager . . . drawing and sports rate , , , a problem for the coaches . . . nice dresser Academic ,,M . ,, Wlllmmslown architect or chemist. urgle "Oh, shut up!" . . . that school bus comes so-o-o EARLY . . . quiet???? , . . iust give her plenty of ice and a pair of skates . . . a future chalk pusher lteacherj. WILLIAM M. CLAPP, JR. demic Grenloch Terrace "Bill" Girls make t world go round" . . , shy JUDY CLARK . "I need he car tonight, Walt" . . . Life Arts Glassboro oth dancer . . . tall and blonde . . . "Judy" stling and tennis . . . to travel around the ld offer college. "I know I'm good" . . . a quiet miss . . . loves music . , . another "Florrie Nightingale." JUANITA CARINO Commercial Secretarial Williamstown "Juanita" "Who, me?" . . . congenial personality . . . "Rah, rah football players!" . . . 3rd of the SlX's . . . can't stand long sideburns . . . nothin' like a good gal . . . future unknown. DAVID CLEE Industrial Arts Williamstown "Dave" "Let's get out of this fire trap" . . . toll . . . easy to get along with . . . not the type for homework . . . enioys hunting and swimming . . . future draftsman. 25 GEORGE COLADONATO Academic Glassboro "George" "Never happen" . . . tall, dark, and hond- some . . . finds teachers to be quite a problem . . . scouting and camping are tops . . . good for a laugh . . . future-anyone's guess- probably U.S. Navy or school. ELAINE CONSALO Commercial Clerical Glassboro "Elaine" "Howdy partner" . . . a "jitter bug" . . . she must own stock in the Beech-nut Companyl . . . a future dictation takerl 26 ALETA ELEANORE COLLINS Academic Glassboro "Teetle" "Eu, what is it?" . . . that gigglel . . . always eating and dieting-huh? . . . plans to take up missionary work. as ROBERT RANDALL CONATSER Industrial Arts Williamstc llBobIl "Nice play" . . . "crazy" . . . book repo ughl . . . tall and quiet . . . oh, that red I . . . hunting, cars, and dancing . . . draltsm VICTORIA CONEY Academic Monroeville "Vickie" "That's what it is now" . . . she likes peo- plel . . . reads tear-ierkers by Charles Dickens . . . ohl those cold mornings in gym class!!! . . . assistant sawbones lsurgical nurse, to non-professionalsl. THEODORE CONOVER Agriculture Turnsrsvi 1,1-edu Teachers worry himl . . . toll . . . lust ml tion hunting and yau're really talking . , undecided future. DORIS ROSE COPPOLINO CHARLES DOMINIC COSTA Academic Glassboro "Charles" "All's well that ends welll" . . . dreads those six-weeks tests . . . Freshmen, look-out '9"Clolsec'9i""lUl Glcsslwfo . . . hard worker . . . fiend for homework and ice cream . . . building models . . . baseball JO-ANNE CAROL COSTANZO Commercial Clerical Glassboro ujodyll "What do you say, kid?" . . . happy-go-lucky . . . a twirler . . . loves to chew gum . . . "Where's my sister, Tinie?" . . . another dance fiend . . . plans on being an I.B.M. operator. "Doris" e Gadsl" . . . short and sweet . . . pleas- rersonality . . . dancing in gym during period is a favorite pastime . . . wants a dictation whiz fstenographerl. JACK COWGILL and archery . . . future-pharmacist. MARTHA CRAMER Commercial Secretarial Williamstown "Martha" "Gee whizl' '... collects postcards . . . quiet "lalA'l" Monroevllle in school, but watch out once she gets homel "Jack" e fellow to know . . . sport cars and ads . . . quiet . . . draftsman or engineer. . . . a future missionary. DANIEL CRAWFORD Agriculture Sicklerville npcnn "Hello therel" , . . homework's got him down . . . big tease . . . happy-go-lucky . . . watching the girls go by . . . herding beef on a farm. 27 YVONNE ELAINE CUNDIFF Commercial Clerical Glqggbofo "Vonnie" "Oh, my word!" . . . everybody's pal full of fun . . . that ice cold 116 homerooml . . . to be the first woman President-lots of Iuckl STEVE CUSHNER Academic Williamstown "Steve" "Hey Jack" . . . likes to vocalize . . . stuuudiouslll . . . a bookworm . . . soon to be a member of the F.F.A. CFuture 'Fisicists of Americal. SAMUEL DAVIS, JR. lrlduslrlal Arts Glassboro ffsumtt JAMES DAVIS "Sam, the man" . . . small shell, hard to lndusmclAHs Williamsmwn crack . . . wrestling . . . runs around that .,, track like a pro . . . draftsman. "Davis "That's the craziest" . . . mid-year tests coming up . . . Navy bound . . . admiral? curly locks . . . girls, cars and horses-some combination . . , short, but don't let that fool you . . . another draftsman. 28 ALICE MARY D'AMICO Commercial Secretarial Williams1 "Alice" "You'd be surprisedI" . . . shines in drill team . . . all play and no work . "you know it" . . . usually can be found Ann or Chiz . . . a private secretary. FRANKLIN DAY Industrial Arts Glass "Frankie" "All get out man" . . . lust likes to d and dance and dance . . . sharp guy to I1 . . , future businessman. RONALD P. DeBENEDETTO :mic Gldliboro "Ronnie" ay out of Swedesboro, boys" . . . quiet ROBERT DSGARMO nice . . . oh, those Christmas pagecmts I Mr. Baylis' right hand man . . . hand- A9"'WlfU"e U U Glassboro . . . favorite sports-baseball, tennis and Bob ' ' ' chemm' "Rough ain't it?" . . . always ready to go TONY DEI-lA . . knows about guns . . . "Where's Joe?" l . . . state trooper . . . lfollow that munl. Co"'me'C'alCle"'Cal Glussbom HTonyll AWRENCE XAVIER DeSlMONE emic Williamstown "Larry" Dol itl" . . . dark, curly hair . . . ocean- DORIS L- DIEZEL at . . . a nice guy to know . . . going Life AHS Wimamsmwn 1g . . . shines on the dance fioor . . . ,tourism et to the top from the "bottom" up o Navy frogman. "Huh?" . . . "Why?" . . , girl hot-rod driver . . . watch her gol . . . short . . . "Number please . . ." "Hl YAI" . . . always found under the hood of a car . . . OH THOSE FRESHMENl?l . . . likes cutting hair . . . future still unknown. JAMES DODSON Industrial Arts Glassboro Hjimff "Just a breeze" . . , oh to relax . . . quiet . . "WhatI Another physical fitness test???" . . Navy bound. 29 JAMES DOMS lndustrial Arts Wiliamstown "James" Short, dark and rather quiet . . . hunting JAMES and guns are his favorites . . . when am I going to have another double lunch? . . . l"dU5lflUlAflS Glassbofo making a career of metal work , "James" Always ready with a joke . . . oh to wrestle! . . . another grease monkey . . . tall draftsman to be. ROBERT DUFALA Academic Glqgg "Doof" "Oh yeal" . . . happy-go-lucky . . . te in the gym . . . hates that cold chen raoml . . . whiz on the key board fp that isll . . . future in music and sports. JOAN V. DUKE Commercial Secretarial Glassboro "Joannie HELEN EASTWOOD "Good grief!" . . . likes to have a lot of fun . . . always holding up the telephone line CommercialSecretarial Monroevillo . . . those people who laugh when I finally H H do get seriouslll . . . will make a fine secretary. Helen "You're ri-i-ight" . . . a friendly miss . . . loves skating and dancing . . . enioys talking, PATRICIA CAROLE ESTILOW Academic Mullicc too . . . easy to get along with . . . aspires "Pat" to be a private secretary. 30 "Gee whiIikersl" . . . hates to carry those books . . . real sweet kid . . . wait for baseball season . . . nice, frie manner . . . wants to teach, BOB EVANS ulture Williamstown llaobll ou know I am good" . . . enioys gunning favorite sport-baseball . . . a lover f?J udy halls . . . look out, Navy, he's on lay. BARBARANNE FARR imic Williamstown Iisarbll 1 kinda leary" . . . "Gee whirl" . . . for ive of pineapple and strawberry sundaex a beautician of the future. SUSAN DORA EVERSOLE Academic Hurflvillo "Chris" "WOWl" . . . "How about thatl" . . . u night owl . . . hobbies galore . . . live wire . . . one of our vivacious cheerleaders who's headed for college, and then-who knows? GEORGE ROBERT FARLEY Agriculture Glassboro "George" Another "Ag" boy . . . eating and sleeping -his favorites . . . he likes hunting . , . future tiller of the soil, FLORENCE ELEANOR FISHER Academic Glassboro HFeHYIl "Ssstap itl" . . . "Ssshut upl" . . . always collecting iunk . . . OH, those wild youth fellowship meetingslll . . . a good student . . . says she might be a future chalk pusher lteacherl. i ,vw VENON F. FISLER Aga de mic Glossboro "Vern" "Gad zooks, Pinheodl" . . . collects coin: . . . enioys chemistry . . . future chemist, of coursel 31 SARA JANE FRAME Academic Williamstown nsallyn "Well" . . . "Really" . . . "But Betty!" . . "COME ON EVERYBODY, LET'S CHEERI" . . . a G.H.S. good Iooker . . . 4th of the SIX's . . . future campus bait . . . champion telephone gabber. ROBERT A. FRAZIER industrial Arts Hurffville llsobll "Screaming and doing" . . . likes dancing . . . and goes for sports . . . headed for the armed forces, 32 LEONARD FRANKLIN industrial Arts Williamstown "Leonard" "Hey, dumbl" . . . one of our taller boys- 6'2" . . . enjoys spending leisure time around cars . . . future still undecided. ii S wg 4? M ERMA ERNESTINE FRANKLIN Fine Arts Williams1 "Ernie" "OhhhI" . . . "Beans" . . . watch her L . . . "Came on Chiz, let's dance" . . be a laboratory technician or a waitress. SHARON MAE FRIEDRICH Academic Mullica Hill "Sharon' "Well, l'll bel" . . . Princess Sharon . . . a pretty blonde . . . "Where's Kay or Kitty?" . . . "Let's have a party" . . . Betty's other half-co-captain of the twirling squad . . . wants to teach the 3 R's to teen-agers. l S12 :ii ali sr JOHN GARDNER Academic Washia lljohnll Likes guns and cars . . . future still undet but sure to be a success . . . a real nice MARY GITHENS rts Williamstown "Butch" 1d where are you going tonight?" . . . JOAN LOIS GOETTLE fh' ...h'h'-Id 'h- Ifxfflln? Q Q enzrgcli lard ohaspzj-ggi:-aka, Commercial Clerical Williamstown ambition-just to finish school. njoqnu JOSEPH C. GRANATO "What's bugging you now?" . . . "I tell you, I ' our lunch periods are too shortl" . . . talkative ACUd9m'C'A9"'CUllU"Ul Glafsbofo . . . "Where's Sue?" . . . "Want to go for o HJ ,, ride?" . . . future-key pounder. oe Enjoys almost anything, especially gunning and, of course-agriculture . . . always with John . . . future undecided. JOHN GRASSO :mic Agriculture Mullica Hill "JW" LoRA Auce GRASMICK 9 goodl" . . . hates to be kept waiting , likes eating and sleeping . . . wants to his AHS HL H Grenloclr Terrace lawyer or farmer. om "How does that grab you?" . . . champion JUANITA GRAVE5 cutter upper . . . likes skating, dancing, and . . . driving 1 ' - uso who warns fo be 5erious?,, Commorc1alSecretarlal Monroevillo . . . iust to be an office worker. HNi,uu "Isn't thot o shame" . . . a T.V. fan . . . enioys life . . . a quiet young lady . . . wants to be a typist. 33 MARY ANN GRILLO Commercial Clerical Glassboro "Ma ry Ann" "OH WELL!" . . . loves being o cheerleader . . . "Must I sell the boosters to Freshmen?" . . . Miss Noisemaker of 1959 . . . "Let's dance" . . . business school . . . on to DuPont's. WILLIAM HAAF, JR. Industrial Arts Williamstown IIBHIII "Six of one and, half dozen of another" . . . dislikes pink tardy slips . . . one of our electric motor repairmen. CHIZUYO HADA Academic Williams "Chix" "Man" . . . "Gall--ly" . . . likes to I dance, talk and EAT . . . Ricky Nelson president . . . "CooI Cat Hades" . . . C is the best car on the rof'lIIl . . . iust tw a private secretary. MIRIAM CYNTHIA HALL Commercial Clerical Williamstown "Miriam" H H H 1 DANIEL HAINES F-E-L-I.-O-W-Slll . . . whiz wi-thoa basketball Agricuhure Glossboro . . . to dancelll . . . gym again .... future uoannyn occupation??? 34 Well known in agriculture . . . quiet l?J .. .is going to follow Mr. Gradotzke's example. LARRY HANSEN Industrial Arts Williqmy Illarryll "Oh, nal" . . . big tease . , . hot rod he . . . sometimes seen, but always heard . future-grease monkey. ROBERT HARMER trial Arts Elk "Humphrey" likes little brothers . . . likes building s . . . one ol our "bigger" football rs . . . future mechanic. WENDELL ERWIN HELWIG Academic Williamstown "Wendell" JOHN HAZEL "Hi there, buddy, buddy!" . . . 6'3" . . . Academic Glassboro that's TALL . . . carefree . . . a pheasant "John" raiser from away back . . . collects tropical I fish . . . engineer or Navy man. "Hey, Mani" . . . cool dancer . . . music, man, music . . . car crazy . , . likes a good time . . . college bound. JAMES A. HEMPHILL :mic Hurffville l1HemPu md around cars, especially his '41 Ford dislikes all kinds of homework . . . quiet "good egg" . . . ambition-to graduate. H. ROBERT HOPPE Industrial Arts Monroovillo IIHOPII JANET LOUISE HENDERSON Great fellow . . . really likes to hunt . . . nice to know . . . cars and cars . . . fu- Academic EastPitman ture electrician-watch those wires iump. ,funn "Did you ever?" . . . "Why that's atrociousl" . . . a paint dabber . . . future doughnut peddler at the Elite Bakery. 35 RONALD HOPSON Commercial Williamstown "Peachy" "I'm bushedl" . . . good dancer . really goes for basketball . . . sharp dresser . . . wants to be an executive. PHILIP A. IRISH, JR. Academic Agriculture Mullica Hill llphilll Can be found in the Ag building . , . a 4-H man . . . often seen riding his horse, Ginger . . . a future farmer. 36 KELLUM BERNICE HOWELL Fine Arts Monroeville "Bernice "No kidding" . . . carrier of the big, base drum . . . Miss Happy-go-lucky . . . dance dance, dance . . . a future artist. JAMES REED HUNTER Academic Lake Gill lljimll "Parlez-vous Francais, anyone?" . . . cr! crash go the cymbalsl . . . a top notch a . . . oh, those Iunchroom discussionsl . English class philosopher . . . college bon sa' CHARLES WILLIAM JENKINS Academic Mullica Hill "Charlie" "Aw, nuts!" . . . spends his spare time working at Cross' Market or riding around in his '55 Ford . . . likes to hunt . . . oi he goes into the wild blue yonder-in Navy blue. Q ? It 5 BRUCE JOHNSON industrial Arts C "Bruce" Always seen driving a '51 Chevy . . . to know . . . iust working on his car . . future "Swabby." CARL IRVIN JOHNSON lemic Glassboro llcarlll iw, baby, you know what I like!" . . . boy has unlimited characteristics . . . card k . . . nice fellow . . . wants to follow Ir. Heister's footsteps. DORIS L. JOHNSON Commercial Clerical Williamstown "Doris" "Has anyone seen Miriam or Joan?" . . . boys, boys and more boys . . . the silent type . . . "lt's too cold to go outside for gym" . . . future secretary. SIEGFRIED MARTIN JOHNSON Academic Glassboro Hsigt, "C'est la vie" . . . "Where's the brake?" WAYNE WALTER JOHNSON lemic Williamstown "Johnson" Vhat do you say there?" . . . enioys clown- :round with the guys . . . one of G.H.S.'s 'geous George's" . . . yo-yo . . . drives 'I Chevy . . . future left to destiny. CHRISTINE JOIE . . . oh, that office "red" tape . . . antique cars and modern girls . . . musically inclined . . . an amiable character . . . wants to embark upon the field of science. f ff. Commercial Secretarial Williamstown C""' EVA JORDAN "What gave you the first clue?" . . . a lot of fun . . . likes to roller skate and read . . . Commertidlclerlrdl Glossboro "Miss Joie-take a letter" H H Sussy "Oh, what a nightl" . . . a very quiet miss . . . friend to all . . . food . . . Nurse, pass me the needle. 37 SUZANNE JORDAN Clerical Turnersville llsuell "l don't know" . . . can be found dancing JOSEPH E- JUSTICE and keeping up on her correspondence . . . a . clerk typist fills her bill. Academlc HJ . H Gfenloch Tefface ulce "Yes, m'om" . . . oh, those memorizationslll . . 5'5.5" . . . crazy about hunting . . . blond . . sure to make an excellent engineer. if J: ffi , ii JOHN KELLER JOSEPH 'c. KERR Commercial Accountancy Hurffville llJoell PATRICIA KERR "Yawalh, who me?" . . . a terrific guy . . . driving his specialty . . . iust give him a good Commercial Secretarial Williamstown book . . . problem?-Money-lack of it that is H H . . . wants to be a iournalist. PM "Don't you wish you knew?" . . . sews a fine seam . . . swimming and dancing rate high on her list . . . another secretary. 38 Industrial Arts Williamsti "Jack" "Play it cool" . . . "Is that 'Keller' in green and pink striped shirt?" . . . can alw be found with the opposite sex . . . '55 Ch . . . wants to be a "Leatherneck." ANNE KETSHECK Academic C "Annie" "Oh well, that's life" . . . "You're diz . . . sharp dancer . . . "Where's Beck . . . member of the drill team . . . C is the capitol of the worldl . . . teaching o business career ahead. FLETCHER L. KERNS :trial Arts Hardingvilla "Fletch" DOROTHY KIRKPATRICK Academic Glassboro "Dottie" BARBARA JOAN KIGER "Oh, rats!" . . . "Where're Lorraine and . , , Kutz?" . . . can't wait until Saturday nights Academlc H H Mullm' H'll . . . "Oh, those derivativesI" . . . Iet's go to Barb the Delsea arena . . . to be a laboratory "Terrible, terribIe" . . . Iet's go swimming at leclmlcmn lwblecl lo changel' the R.V.S.C .... always giggling . . . need school start so early? . . . future left to destiny. I at first you don't succeed, try, try again" tall, silent type . . . car crazy . . . short- radio comes in fine with him . . . he'II ying high las a pilot that isj. ELIZABETH KIRN :le mic Williamstown "Betty" iou're breaking my heart" . . . happy kid . live wire of sixth period history . . . of the SIX's . . . loves to dance and at "Tee-Vee" . . . lust can't decide on 'e plans. "Cf ,Ta WILLIAM KIRK Academic Hurffvillo "BilI" "Oh, brother!" . . . enioys riding around in WILLIAM KIRBY his Ford . . . quiet type? . . . collecting lndustrialArts Williamstown guns ' ' ' C fulure Leqlllerneck' "Frenchie" "Thunderbird" . . . likes cars . . . "lx that Kirby under the hood?" . . . top mechanic . . . wants to build a real fast car . . . ambi- tion-to own a Thunderbird. 39 JACK KNAB Academic Gardendale llKnubll "What do ya say there, man?" . . . "Come PATRICIA ANN KLEIN off that stufT" . . . likes to drive that Dodge Commercialclerical Hurgvme . . . more homework? . . . likes those Saturday nights . . . partieslll . . . future-unknown. Hpupf "What a blastl" . . . sparkling smile . . . beats a mean drum . . . sleeping, sleeping, sleeping, and dancing . . . New York accent . . . future-will take care of itself. E 2 E W QE VERA KONKO Academic Williamsk llvercll Never lost for words . . . really knows h to dance for assemblies . . . love that acc . . . enioys good arguments . . . keen BARBARA JOAN KUTZ languages . . . future-interpreter. ii. sf JAMES LANZALOTTI industrial Arts Williamstc llJimll "Real gone" . . . all for longer lunch peril . crazy manl . . . baseball and basketl Academic Hkumen Glassboro are for Jimi . . . electronics. RITA "What's new?" . . . always gablaing . . . . .. skating fool . . . has a smile for everyone his AHS ,,R.'a,, wllllamsiown . . . clock watcher . . . phooie, no car . . . I future-higher education-Csubiect to changei. "ls that sol" . . . embroidering and oil paint- ing are specialties . . . small and quiet . . . still water runs deep . . . future undecided. 40 VIRGINIA LATHROP demic Williamsiown uGinny11 ancing, dancing and more dancing . . . ybody's friend . . . winning smile . . . per- llify plus . . . sl1e'll make a real sharp nurse. MIRIAM ARLENE LEDDEN DOLORES MARTIN Commercial Secrefarial Aura "Miriam" NORMAN LLOYD "Seen Judy or Isabel around?" . . . EATING Academic Mumm HH, SUBS . . . always has a smile . . . cule and lfwormlf sweet . . . wonderful secrefary for our year- book . . . fUfUI'8 GS Uh airline SIEWQTCISSS. Uguglly geen gruiging ground in his '54 Fgrd . . . enioys hunling . . . "WHERE'S CHRIS?" . . . chinchilla raiser . . . ambition-fo go fo collegel Arts Ewan "Delores" i low abou? 0l1afl" . . . swimming, ice skat. and dancing rate tops wi1l1 her . . . Dokls A Erf::n:TieQiie'1ofUbne.,o be wllll ' ' ' 0 Commercial Secrefarial Williamslown ' "Doris" HELEN MARITA MAXWELL "lf you wan! to" . . . dancing, horseback riding and cooking are specialties . . . she'lI Commercial Glassboro make a wonderful secretary for a handsome boss. "Max" "We's is sa-argean1sllI" . . . sleeping and more sleeping . . . dancing and swimming are favorites . . . keen member of our colorguard . . . by fhe lei? flank marchlll . . . fuiure- bookkeeper or C.P.A. 41 JAMES MCCANT Academic Glassboro "McCant" "Knowing I was good" . . . oh, those dancers . . . dealing a tive-six through South- WILLIAM JOSEPH MCDEVIIT boro . . . headed for the wild blue yonder. Academic Wimumdown "BiIl" "Time out" . . . "It's all right" . . . sports fiend . . . Mr. T .... Washington Avenue is the only street to live onl . . . "white bucksl" . . . now, boys, we'll all get dressed CAROLYN MCGEE Academic Glassbi "Carolyn" "Wasn't that an easy test?" . . . can for gyml JOSEPH MCKENNA Industrial Arts Williamstown lljoell Quiet sort of a guy . . . really goes for KATHRYN ELIZABETH huinting .-jsging rates high with him . . . Academic Mumca HH' u ure-un ect e . ,,Kuy,, "WE'S IS SA-ARGENTSll" . . . personality plus . . . "Where's Kitty?" . . . likes to fly around in a new Pontiac . . . "BUT MISS PFLUGFELDER, I CAN'TI" . . . President of the Tri-Hi-Y . . . OHII Those early morning hoursll . . . will make a swell airline stewarcless. 42 found studying, studying, always studying . can play the piano like a pro . . . basal: FANIII . . . still water runs deep . . . futur chemical engineer. f .1 23? QI, CAROL ANN MECOUCH Commercial Clerical Glassbq "Carol" "What's new?" . . . sparkling personal . . . "hot" Merc . . . really dances up storm . . . look out freshmen, they're rec wild . . . sixth of the SlX's . . . "We's sa-argeantslll . , . receptionist to o rn sharp boss. JACK MILLER Industrial Arts Glassbqrq IlBUdll NICHOLAS RICHARD "Say friend?" . . . has a good sense of hmic wmiamwwn il.:-ltlllJ1:: Frgnielnlce guy . . . likes to loaf . . . lINickll ure you out of your mind?" . . . "No, I ' have the car tonightl" . . . ACME IIAL . . . quiet and shy??? . . . driving, ming and dancing . . . the business world never be the samel SALLIE JANE MILLER Commercial Clerical Sewell "Sallie" "Huh, maybe" . . . a cute transfer from Gloucester . . . what u Southern accentlll . . , really dances up a storm . . . having fun . . . "Dentists give me a painI" . . . usually seen with Doris . . . will make o won- derful airline stewardess. WILLIAM CHARLES MITCHELL Academic Glassboro llsamll PETER PAUL MlTCHELL "That's the way it goes" . . . quiet . . . music . . . likes to read and play the organ Bmw ,, ,, Glussboro . . . teacher . . . organist. Pete lait till I eat my spaghetti" . . . always 3 homework . . . "Mr. Heister for presi- ' . . . some good Italian pizza pie . . . AEDAY WHEN I'M A TEACHER I'LLI" . . ody going to Williamstown? ALFRED JOSEPH MORGAN Industrial Arts Mullica Hill MAIN "Such are the tragedies of life" . . . immense appetite . . . "Wanta drag?" . . . fast '51 Fords are sharp if you have the money to keep them . . . ambition-must we work for a living? 43 BARBARA MARY NEAL Commercial Clerical Turners' llsarbll RICHARD GEORGE MYERS H Oh, goIIyI" . . . nice all the time . Academic Glassbo,-0 friendly to everybody . . . "I hate ri "Richard" weather" . . . dancing and swimming favorites . . . I t th th f t DAVID ROBERT MURDOCK "Cool it, man, cool itI" . . . likes-cars, girls, games . . . will :tgirl ciagvdgdc nursgfe oo . I b and sports . . . quiet . . . friendly . . . four A'-'Ud9""C H H Goss om year band man . . . pharmacist. Dave "Now, Nick, don't be afraid to step on the gas" . . . quiet . . . "Let's go bowling" . . . "Let's go to the sweet shop" . . . ambition -textile engineer. Sa: 4 JUDITH PADGETT Academic Mullica lljudyll "Christopher Columbus!" . . . very friem OIMALLEY . . . wonderful sense of humor . . . rr CommerciolSecretarial Williamstown :lie S3229 n?cr:r fp?cIf:Il:n Quia! 2 userryn . . . will make a wonderful "woman in whi SHELDON NICHOLS "I doubt it" . . . personality plus . . . Commercial Accountancy Williamstown winning smile . h , Cuge and sweef . , . laugh. HB thu ing Irishman . . . always dancing . . . "Who uc are those other Williamstown gals?" . . . H1-he hes, Place ,D and G helping hand "Don't get excitedI" . . . future-airline hostess. is at the end of your arm" . . . quiet, until you get to know him , . . likes to collect pic- tures of girls . . . loves to joke . . . future -undecided. 44, CAROLINE PEARCE nercial Clerical Cecil "Caroline" Jh well, anywaysl" . . . riding around in ue Ford convertible is her idea of fun "Where are Pat and Elaine?" . . . will in educated housewife. SHIRLEY PEASE Commercial Cross Keys "Shirley" "Ol1l Those gum-chewerslll" . . . the quiet type . . . but sweet . . . a winning smile . . . tops in personality . . . future-comptometer. SALVATORE J. PETETTI lstriol Arts Williamstown usalu Soy, tl1at's nice!" . . . likes to soup-up cars future mechanic . . . another Mario Lanza? MARY ANN PINIZZOTTO Academic Glassboro "Mary Ann" "Oh, sugarl . . . a real friendly gal with a "keen" sense of humor . . . a swimmer, dancer and music lover all rolled into onel . . . will attend to some lucky student's "comma rulesll" EDWARD M. PENNESE industrial Arts Williamstown llEdll "Go get it and keep it" . . . a real friendly guy . . . hunting and fishing are top notch sports with him . . . he'll be a boss yet. ELAINE PEPERYIAS Life Arts Cecil "Elaine" "Why surel" . . . archery-her favorite sport . . soft spoken girl . . . office worker to be. 45 EDNA PETERSON Life Arts Williamstown "Pete" f "Geel Really?" . . . letter-writer .H. . quiet CAROL PE-I-I-IT ype . . . never gets excited . . . Oh, why , do I have to be home so early?" . . . future We Am H H Glassboro member of the office force. Carol "Bird dog" . . . a long, tall "Carol" . . younger brothers are sure a problemlll . . blows a "cool" trumpet and French horn . . a "hypo" specialistll DOROTHY PHILLIPS Commercial Clerical Glassb "Dottie" "Who's crazy???" . . . she really digs beat to a good recordl . . . will receive 5: RONALD WILLIAM PIKE Agriculture Mullica Hill "Ronnie" "Hello t'herel" . . . "That's the way the ball bounces" . . . let's go to a square dancel Academic Glassboro . . . F.F.A .... thoroughbred live stock . . . "Bill" future farmer. "A car is a boy's best friend" . . . excited guy . . . anyone for tennis? . . . all shook up . . . an engineer or a teacher to be. 46 ple in grand stylell NINA PIZZO Academic Williamsto "Nina" "Are you kidding???" . . . will she ever on time? Neverl . . . Queen Nina of '59 . shar-r-rp dresser . . . will be a wonderful wi DOROTHY POWELL Commercial Clerical Grenloch "Dottie" ROBERT CHARLES POLOCZ "That's pretty sharpl . . . a small gal, loaded Academic Ewan with fun . . . wish to dance ond doncell "Bob" . . . another oflice gal. JOHN Pol-ll-l-O "Go fiy a kite!" . . . can be counted on in rUlfUf0 GlUSSb0"0 a crisis . . . a willing helper . . . collects "-lOl1flf1Y" everything-especially stamps, coins, animals . . . ' . P . Vhat seems to be the trouble?" . . . look Pcgmg Dr olou Vineland speedway . . . teacl1er's pest . future left to the future. SUZANNE QUINN Academic Washington Township usual, MADELYN PUZZUTELLI "Don't be so stupidl" . . . quiet, but oh so Academic Ewan friendly . . . how she loves to dancel . . . "Fuzzy" registered nurse to be. MARGIE POWELL "Everyone to their own opinions, but-" . . . rig Gfenloch a gal of many talents . . . oh, those lunch- "Mgr9ie" room discussions! . . . sparkling personality . . . the show must go on . . . future science s a riotl" . . . loves to twirl! . . . horse- gfudenfs, bewq.-el riding rates high with her . . . dancing, 1g, dancingll . . . joining the Army fle- branchl. 47 CONSTANCE V. RANDLES Academic Williamstown "Connie" "C'est la vie!" . . . "Where is the Cecil an ?" a red head with blue eyes, and g g . . . - many, many frecklesl BENJAMIN FRANKLIN RICHARDS, JR. Academic Huriiville HBenll Holy mackereII" . . . quiet guy . . . stamps and trains are his favorites . . . track star . . . aspires to be an engineer. 48 RICHARD J. REED Agriculture Ewan "Rich" "Oh why?" . . . long, lean, and blonde . . . one of coach's crazy "ag" boys . . . wild about teachers? . . . riding around the college . . . cool . . . can't wait to swab those decks. Academic Williamst lqdull "Oh, bugsI" . . . always eating . . . asset to G.H.S .... quiet CPI . . . dan . . assistant to a pill peddler. HERBERT RICHMAN Academic Mullica Hill "Herb" "WHO ME?" . . . "How did you ever get on hall patrol?" . . . baseball and cars rate high with the lad . . . personality plus . . . future mechanical engineer. BEVERLY ROBBINS Commercial Glassi nsevn Quiet and sweet . . . likes exactness . plans on becoming a secretary. IDA REHMAN DIANA ROBERTS 'emic Cross Keys "Diana" t's fantabulouslll" . . . lazy, getting up ie morning is murderl . . . detests rainy :-ends-especially when there's a convention ootball gamelll . . . likes anything edible . dancing and swimming are tops . . . ior decorator to be. BILLIE ANNE ROBESON Academic Williamstown "Billie" Whispering is fun-if you don't get caught!!! . . . one of those "noisy" football supporters . . . loves to sew . . . "Miss Robeson, take a letter pleasel" ANTONIA SCARPINATO tmercial Clerical Williamstown "Toni" Guess what happened last night?" . . . 1ere's Gerry and Tina?" . . . keeps the ne wires buzzing . . . who ever thought of fmework?" . . . beautician to be. CHESTER SANDERS Industrial Arts GlUSSb0f0 "Chester" "Like a bird" . . . burns up that track . . . quiet??? . . . iust an average sort of a guy . . . future truck driver. NELLIE MAY SAGERS Commercial Clerical Turnersville IINSIII "What do you think you're doing???" . . . likes to mix her dating with skating! . . . she's gonna be looking for a cute boss to be secretary torl LORETTA SCHEEPER Academic Glassboro IIRQTII On her "toes" . . . her dancing helps make our assemblies more enioyable . . . plans to be a teacher lshe'll make a pretty onei. 49 PATRICIA A. SC HMIDT Commercial Clerical Glassboro "Schmitty" . CAROL SCHNEIDER "You should have been in Pitman yester- Academic Bunkermll dayI" . . . nice to know . . . a new recruit nccroln from Pitman . . . she'll make a fine secretary. "Getting a seat on the school bus is worse than pulling teeth!" . . . favors horseback rid- 'IUDITH ANN SCHUST ing and collecting stamps . . . talented actress! Academic Gfassb, . . . she'Il make a good director of Christian ffjudyff Education. "Oh crudIII" . . . keeps herself busy . "Where's Fuzzy?" . . . talent plus . . . I Aura to dance and RUTH SCOTT Academic Williamstown "Ruthie" "Oh nutsI" . . . homework, mother, but homework . . . a menace, on the dance floor RUTH N' SEARI-E . . . satisfied with a good book and the C ,ICI , I "Late, Late Show" . . . what a giggle . . . ommefma encu Future classroom warden. "Ruthie" "SzymanskiIII" . . . loves skate . . . can she twirllll . 50 nice . . . "sharp" dresser . a wonderful secretary. . . quiet, but so . . she'll make specialty-music . . . the teaching profess will never be the same. I BRUNHILD B. SEEGER Commercial Secretarial Williamstov "Brunie" "The sweetest to know" . . . loves to liste to records . . . nothing like travell . . such a pretty lass . . . desires to be a secr tary land she'll be good, tool. J. OLIN SHELMIRE CHRISTIAN S. SIEBERT Academic Agriculture Glassboro "Crick" "What seems to be the trouble here?" . . . Academic Richwood "Olin" "How abou' datl" . . . with the boys . . . a H real cord . . . runnin' the dogs and huntin' . . . CAROL ANNE SENIOR l-ET'-5 EAT!" . . . always smiling . . . loves trouble, trouble, trouble for is it huntin' the .stock car races . . . helpful . . . has a trouble?t . . . to be a millionaire "ag" mon. nmercial Secretarial Williamstown Puwon for homework? ' - ' qi-'le' bu' NICE . . . wants to work the land. "Carol" 'Let's go to Pitman!" . . . always motivating . beautiful blonde hair . . . "Anybody wan- dance?" . . . flirt . . . wants to be a dical secretary. JBERT BENJAMIN SIMMERMAN, JR. :demic Williamstown Hsenu 'How much did you say you wanted?" . . . il but quiet . . . tal-I-I man . . . words, rds, and more wordsll . . . engineer to be. DAVID DALE SINK Academic Turnerville lloulell "Yes, but this is ridiculous" . . . quick with the laughter . . . seems to have a grudge against great big, bright yellow school buses . . . and red stop lights . . . bod with a bowling ball . . . BRAINY . . . studies "Base- ball Records" . . . would like to be a CIVIL ENGINEER. STEPHANIE ANN SLOBODZIAN Academic Williamstown "Stevie" "Hey you guys" . . . plays o hot fiddle . . . doesn't like closed doors?l?l?I . . . short, and we do mean short lbut sweeti . . . future "long-hair." 51 DONALD HAROLD SMITH icademic Glassboro "Smitty" "But, why can't I?" . . . "Dc I have to?" . . playing in the band . . . electronics . . . aems to be attracted to green cards . . . zady with a question and a smile . . . oh, nat red hair . . . hopes to be a mixer f medicines. ROBERT SMITH Commercial Accountancy Williamstown naobbyu "You know you was good" . . . "What's 1appenin'?" . . . quiet . . . nice to know . . . ikes baseball, basketball and girls . . . to :ae an accountant. 52 MARGARET SMITH Life Arts Williamstow upeggyu EDWARD H- SMITH "Did you hear me???" . . . precise, stubborn I i determined-but friendlyll . . . likes to sampl 'f1dUSfffU'AffS W'II'am5Iow" her own cooking . . . angel of mercy "Be Bop" ' "I got a 'D"' . . . likes to fool with model airplanes . . . iust to make those baskets . . . future electrician. CORINNE SOMERS Commercial Clerical Glassboi HTUPPYH L-o-o-o-n-g RED hair . cute as a buttc Com,,,,,CfafCle,.gccl Glassbom . . . loves to drive and swim . . . wants 1 do office work. "Sadie" Just a quiet girl . . . beauty queen . . . a real sweet gal . . . to be on the office force. KATHLEEN SONNON tmmercial Grenloch Terrace l1Ku,hY1l "Oh, gee!" . . . lust give her a good book lSABEl- l-- SPEICH . . "oh, my brothersI" . . . friendly . . . ' ' . I ,ure member of ,he omce force. CommerclalCler:col Hardmgville "lsabel" "Oh, my goshl" . . . Isabel . . . quiet and friendly . . . loves to cook . . . Cgood at it tool . . . on office worker of the future. ELIZABETH ANN SPRENGLE Fine Ang Williamstown "Betsy" JOSEPH SORELLE ademic Glassboro lljoell "Don't sweat it" . . . "But, Mr. Wurm" . . 'es to sleep . . . avid collector of stamps . . . BARBARA STEWART nth crazy . . . oh that IQ, Einstein . . . Commercial Glassbom n't you iust love history, Joe? . . . to go to Hsiewu llege . . . maior in commerce and finance. "We's is sa-argentsl" . . . loves to pester those underclassmen . . . hockey is a running game flaps, laps, and more lapsl . . . boy, can she swiml . . . can be heard for miles around . . . another oltice worker. "GADSl" . . . paint on her fingers . . . al- ways ready for a joke . . . dangerous when she bowls . . . knows her fashions . . . future decorator of the interior. GORDEN STILLWELL industrial Arts Williamstown ncordyn "What's new?" . . . gabby girls drive him crazyl . . . likes to hunt ond go canoeing . . . hobbies-airplanes and cars . . . what's in Clayton? . . . future in electricity. 53 ANTHONY J. SYLVESTER cademic Glassboro luronyu EVELYN RUTH SZYMANSKI "Hi, babel" . . . always on the go . . . appy-go-lucky Cmostly luckyj . . . ready to sten and help . . . lover of the pigskin C9mm9"ClUlCle"lCC'l Ewan . . "What d' ya say there?" . . . everybody's HEVH lend ' ' ' fuiure In lhe F'B'l' "Honestl" . . . making noise is her favorite pastime . . . "Ya wanna dance?" . . . "Will you please read the minutes from our last meeting?" . . . another key pounder. ROBERT TECHLENBERG ndustrial Arts Cecil "Teak" "Hey girlI" . . . always dancing . . . loves ALLEN o play baseball and basketball . . . pass that I . . 1ammer, please . . . future carpenter. AWde""C HTH Mullma H'll "Hey, do you get that trig?" . . . short, blonde and cute . . . oh, those blue eyes . . . Hey T, where're we going tonight? . . . hat stuff an the basketball court . . . loves baseball too . . . undecided future. 54 ROBERT J. TEAGUE Industrial Arts Willidmslbw llsobll "You are a gentleman and a scholar, an there's not many of us left" . . . that craz crewcut . . . Ivy League bum . . . usuall ready with a smile and oh, those pearly teetl . . . headed for the wild blue yonder, IRENE THOMPSON Commercial Clerical Grenloch Terra "Rene" '0h, my goshl" . . . another "gabby i male" . . . can be found on skates or hor back riding . . . Take a letter please, M Thompson. OCIE THOMPSON nercial Clerical Glassboro "Ocie" Mx Jw" .T Q. .,, f V L' f.. i ,G is X . 'fig X. F i'fi2f,, MILDRED DOLORES THORNTON ,, ggi? QF fi' K T' ' A Commercial Clerical Glassboro "Lorsie" DORIS THORNTON "Yeah, l'm is" . . . oh, that long hair . . . Commerdalclerica, Glassboro sharp, sharp dresser . . . plans future in an o ce. "Doris" "I know l'm goodI" . . . iust give her a pair of skates . . . dancing her specialty . . . to attend business school. ways laughing . . . spinner of the disks quiet?l . . . a good book in a quiet Q . . . future private secretary. MARGIE THORNTON vercial Secretarial Glassboro "Margie" OSH!" . . . loves that rock 'n' roll . . . 'ling and dramatics rate high on her list iust to be a housewife. MARY ANN VIRGINIA TUBERTINI Commercial Secretarial Glassboro "Tinie" MARY SANTA TODARO "Let's have a great big cheer" . . . num- Academic Glassboro ber one noisemaker . . . raven tresses . . . a "Mary" fun lovin' gal . . . nothin' like a party . . . another secretary headed for success. "WE'S IS SA-ARGENTSIH . . . "Wl1ere're Tinie and Grille?" . . . can be found at those Pitman dances . . . always ready for a party . . . loves to make noise . . . plans to teach. 55 ROBERT K. TURK Academic Glassboro llsobll "The meeting will come to orderI" . . . can be found on the football field or in his hot white Merc . . , loves to water-ski . . . sharp dancer . . . Mr. President . . . all around man . . . predicted-a most successful, though undecided future. RICHARD VANLEER lndusfrial Arts Hkichu Glassboro "I need some gas money" . . . tall and blond . . . what does this boy have against homework? . . . always in that black Ford . . . cars, cars, and more cars . . . future space man. I Avi CHRISTINA VARANELLI Life Arts Williamstt "Chris" "For heaven's sakeI" . . . collects rect . . shy and quiet . . . clon't tease . . wants to be a beautician. VINCENT J. VENDETTI Academic Williamstown I "Vincent" "Who, what, and why?" . . . quiet . . WADDINGTON horse-happy . . . likes riding race horses . . Q second Pe,-ry Mqsonl lndustrialArts Cecil "Waddington" "What the??" . . . freckles, freckles and 56 more freckles . . . car buying and fooling with start a iunk yard . . . ' running" . . . future all as an auto mechanic . . . happy . . . always cars . . . wants to 'My cars won't keep wrapped up in cars CKAR KRAZYIIIJ RUTH ELIZABETH WAGNER Academic "Squeaky" "You're late" . . . a giggling Gert . . good band member . . . oh, that voicell sparkling blue eyes . . . draftsman? GLENN ROBERT WATSON Industrial Arts Glassboro "Glenn" "How you was?" . . . can always be found . ' in Pitman . . . Hi Fi bugl . . . likes hunting comme"C'alCle"CUl Glcssbofo . . . soon to be a fightin' Leatherneckl "Dottie" L ANNA WA TER "Oh, yeah!" . . . the quiet type . . . long mercialsecrefarial Williamstown brown hal' ' ' ' ef'i0YS donclngf dllvlng or iust listening to records . . . plans on being "Ann" an office worker. 'm serious" . . . believes in looking on brighter side of trouble . . . "Football en of 1958" . . . likes to tease . . . wants Je a private secretary. CONSTANCE FAYE WEBER Commercial Clericmal Hordingville "Connie" SHIRLEY CAROL WEBER "Oh shootl" . . . flirtatious . . . a sha-a-arp Academic Mullico Hill dancer . . . iust can't get the car . . . neat "Carol" twirler . . . future?-your guess is as good as hers. RICHARD D' WEATHERBY "Oh ratsl" . . . Shirley??? . . . zoom . . . , . likes to sing . . . dabbles in paint . . . would "Cullum ,,D,ck,, chapel Helgms you mind making some posters, Carol? . . . I 'What, do you say?" . . . "Weatherbird" . loathes loud mouths, loves loud mufiiers . red-headed fiirt . . . HI52 football iersey . Watch out, Air Force, here he comesl another "Suzy." 57 HARRIET JANE WILCOX Academic Glqggb lljanell PIERRE WILLERMET "We's is sa-argeantsl" . . . band's f ' , tooter . . . basketball rates high . . . flow Academm H l H Elk Town5h'P tresses . . . enioys her busy life . . . I P'e""e smile . . . wants to teach the ABC's. l.. "Der monde ish qufgegangenn . . . quiet, . peevish, and OPINIONATED . . . oh, those "'dU""alA'i5 HEdH AWG absence cards and late noteslll . . . watch that chemist go-o-oll Ed "Bang itl" . . . detests working . . . can if often be found at newstands buying Hot Rod books . . . prospective draftsman. MARY ANN WOLFFBRANDT Academic Elk Towns "Mary Ann" MURIAL "Oh, for Pete's sakeI" . . . "That's nec Academic Glassboro . . . studies the 3 B's-Bach, Beethoven, 1 "Winnie" Brahms . . . short, shy, and studious . . d . . . h WILT "Reallyl?l?l?" . . . real friendly . . . swim- new resser an ex: cnge 'eacher to , ming and dancing rate high . . . the teaching Academlc lilo I U Glassbom profession will welcome her. uranne "OH RATS!" . . . watch her blushl . . . a rink speed-demon . . , "BULl.ETSl" . . . the shy type . . . future school marm. 58 WILLIAM THOMAS WOOD mic Williamsiown llsillll WI" . . . oh, those grammar rulesl . . . LINDA WOODRUFF d h . . . h 1 fh' ,fs D flyfume d,'JZei,l""" ops on " Life Arts - Williamstown g "Linda" This gal is always moving . . . loves to tease and dance . . . assistant to a pill pusher. ROBERT WREN Industrial Arts Glassboro llBobll Q! KATHERINE ANN WRIGHT arcial Clerical Glassboro IIKEHYII s's is sa-argentsl" . . . another hockey VlRGlE MAE WRIGHT . . "Colorguard, present armsI" . . . nice Life Arts Glassbora aw and easy to get along with . . . "Virgie" f d 'th K d Sh . . . f- Ihygglll nrgmpiszy an mon U "Never happenI" . . . shy and bashful . . . baseball and dancing are her favorites . . . just give her a good book . . . another "Woman in White." Can't wait for weekends . . . one who onioys loating . . . quite a weightlifter . . . draftsman to be. WILLIAM ZACHEISS Commercial Accountancy Williamstown "Bill" "This is a terrible situationl" . . . fun lovin' character . . . "Not a chance" . . . Yankee fan . . . iust crazy about softball and basket- ball , . . oh, those sack dresses! . . . iust to reach a ripe old age. 59 DOUGLAS SCHOBER ZEE Academic Agriculture Richwood HDOUQH PATRICIA YOUNG ZEE "Let's do our homeworkl" . . . tired of class I committees . . . -the man with the super Academic Rwhwood salestalkl . . . millionaire farmer, to be. Upfmleu "We's is sa-argentsll" . . . talkative and friendly . . . class money holder . . . future taken care of. CHARLOTTE GROW Life Arts "Charlotte" "Let's go to Elmer!" . . . talkative JOYCE CAROLYN ROUN Commercial Cross Keys "Joyce" "I'm short, so whatl" . . . soft spoken- WILLIAM E- MITTEN but oh so noisy . . . on my way to 813 . . . . "Anyone for dancing?" . . . "Where's 'f1dUSff'0'Af'f H I H Glassboro Dottie and Linda?" . . . loves fried chicken B'll and spaghetti . . . future telephone operator. ,,He-yuh,, teacheps pe'.,,,,,,, now if he were principal of G.H.S.l . . . summertime blues . . . the wild blue yonder is where he is headed. 60 clowns around . . . nothin' like a good car race . . . future-career as a beauti MARJORIE JANE PHILLIPS Life Arts "Midge" "You better believe itl" . . . oh thosi from Clayton! . . . Did anyone see a eyed blonde? . . . dancing and swimmin mostl . . . a teacher of future "Twinkle Cdancersl. RONALD HILL 'ial Arts Glassboro "Han" ne onl Chine onl" . . . sure crazy baseball . . . what a dancerlll . . . r Willie Mays? FRANK JOHN THORP 'al Arts Williamstown "Frank" MECHANIC JAMES PARKER HEATH A Industrial Arts GlUSSbOf0 U-I-onyff ANTHONY APOSTLE MECHAMC Industrial Arts Glassboro llTonYll "YEAHl" . . . always in Pitman . . . quiet . . . cars, cars . . . watch him in his sharp '56 Chevy . . . to own stock in A8.P. ANTHONY PORRECA Industrial Arts Glassborg H-I-onY,f c.a.s. STAFF cumxmsr DENNIS CARR Industrial Arts GlUSSb0f0 noennyn MECHANIC LILLIAN LORRAINE MEIER Life Arts Glassboro HAIRDRESSER Class H isfory CLASS HISTORY ln September, T955 we entered the halls of G.H.S., 200 lonely, timid freshmen. Of course we were afraid of the seniors, teachers and many new rules and regulations, but by November we began to feel we knew our way around. Then the boom was lowered-Freshman Week! Will we ever forget how silly we looked and acted? After Freshman Week had passed on and we had passed l?J our first semester exams we set about organizing our class. We elected Mrs. Josephine Antoni as our class advisor and Miss Alison Laing as her assistant. We also elected our class officers, who have served us well these four years-Bob Turk, President, Sharon Fried- rich, Vice President, Evelyn Szymansky, Secretaryp and Pattie Zee, Treasurer. Our sophomore year! Now we were the upper of the under class, we had one foot out of the basement. Miss Laing became our class advisor and Mr. Richard Creamer became assistant. Our numbers were reinforced by fellow sophomores from Monroe and Washington townships. ln order to make money we sold book covers, tape, pencils and decals. We also sponsored two Saturday Night Dances. In February, 1957 we held our Sophomore Hop in the high school gym. Amidst cupids and crepe paper we danced to the music of the Kaydets. Our Prince was Bob Turk and our Princess was Sharon Friedrich. Finally we became the lower of the upper class-Juniors. We received our class rings in the fall. At Christmas time we sold candy, making money for our faraway senior trip. In March, the fifteenth to be exact, we held a spaghetti supper. The food was delicious and everyone worked hard and had a good time. Soon after the sup- per we found ourselves in a whirl of plans for the Junior-Senior Prom, held on May 16, 1958. Frankie Testa provided the music in our moon- light garden. George Coladonato and Nina Pizzo became our King and Queen, much to everybody's delight. In June we presented the Farewell Assembly and were impressed by the many senior goings- on. Only one more year for us! The Big Year! It began with many seniors mis- guiding those tiny little children. CDid we ever look like that?J Then we generally settled down to business until November and Freshman Day! After the excitement died down we busied our- selves, selling peanut brittle, mints, Mason candies and Christmas cards. The senior trip was getting nearer and many were anxious to earn their way, accounting for the big sales. Then the senior dance, a little corner of Hawaii, enioyed by all. Things seemed to settle down for a minute and we all paused to get our breath for the last mad whirl. It began with the senior play, followed by three glorious days in Washing- ton, a week later another Prom, given for us this year. Then suddenly June-final exams, year- books, Farewell Assembly, Baccalaureate, Class Night and GRADUATION, the climax of four grand years in our alma mater-Glassboro High School. IPANA KIDS Kitty Wright and Tony Sylvester WH MOST STUDIOUS Carolyn McGee and William Mitchell MOST MUSICAL Slephanie Slobodzian and Don Smiih CUTEST Sara Jane Frome, Larry Beebe and Brunhild Seeger SENIOR'S FAVORITE TEACHERS Mr. Creamer and Mrs. Creamer xi iv :IL F mu I ii,. i Ik in I 5 lil -I ,H 5? 5 'E I: 5 I r 2 1 nwgyh .Q '5' -F . ,, . 2 ,zM,... Q L W... Q' fE:E"i , X ,Q M 3 z 51 We 4 1 ag-'N x asf 7 DIIJ + ish 27+ z S at M Y, 5 .fu A A .,,:- 0 J Q if v... 2 I ' i ...Q Q f Wim + f- ww T912 M, A 131-1.1 Q IDEAL SENIORS Sharon Friedrich and Bob Turk BEST ALL AROUND Betty Bowe and Lew Atkinson BEST ATHLETES Joan Apostle und Bill McDevitt BEST DANCERS Joan Apostle and Bob Turk TEACHER'S PETS Judy Schust and Steve Cushner la s SL 1 .5 ' 5 , .,, L . 1, pil: a U 11. .3 I L.. QT 'E gp, 1 MOST COURTEOUS -15,5 5 George Colodcnuto und Nina Pizzo V g f I 1 x 1 in K gk A f., I F5 4.1 1 V, ' - A 'v I ' I 1 .u , . ' 'Q w X Q ' 'fn-' I 5' ' U C S v I i -K, I FX X X' Q N 5 y T N f 'P DID MOST FOR G.H.S. Doug Zee and Pat Zee TEACHER'S PESTS Lindo Woodruff and Bob Bufzbach BEST ACTRESS AND ACTOR Madelyn Puzzuielll and James Hunter CLASS CLOWNS Janet Bough and Erme Baker D'AMICO, Girls APOSTLE, JOAN-Sophomore Hop Decorat- ing Commlttee 2: Senlor Farewll Assehbly 3: Senior We Commlttee 4: Thanksglvlng Assembly 4:l' M, Hoclay 1, Varslty 2, 3, 4: Chalr 1, 2, 3, 4fiQaseball 3: lasketbdl 2, 3, 4: library StdtR,W1:p4,3, 4: Trl-Hl-Y 2, 3, 4: Yearbook Typggftaw Twlrler Vdrslty 3, 4: Spaghetti er Wa 3: Foqball Queen's Court 4.55 A Q -141111, osmosis-mum smraorllimsr- umrrss--4..,,.f" , M., smxcs, JOAN-c.hs1f,1, ubrrrry Std'1, 2, 3, 4: Library SlUl'i'3llse President 4: Hub Typing Stal 4: Yeaitaok Typlng iStal 4: Senior Farewell AssesnbIy.3,' ., - IAUGH, IANET-Trl-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: 3: Junlor Vatstsy Colorguerd 3: Varsity Qolor- guard 4: Chairman Spaghetti Dlnnet 3: Senlor Farewell Assembly 3: Freshmae As- sembly Commlttee 4: ,Sophomore HopiDec- orotlng Commlttee'2: -Captaln at Gheer- leaders 1:'Student Courtoll Treasurer 1: laseball 1:2 Basketball 1:,,Cbllection5Stat1 at Yearbook 44: Cholr 1, 3, 4:-Pafrtlclpent in Assemblies 3, 4: Newspaper 1. s 1 i., sEcKMAN, lnsnosner-rsnlrlpenf , ss semblles 1: Stel of Year, k '4: Choir 1: Christmas' Pageant 4. BOWE, BETTY-Twlrler -2: Head Tvtlrfer 3: Head Malorette 4, r.r.A. 3, Preddlht 4, J.V. Basketball 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4f rsity Hockey 3, 4: Trl-Hl-Y 2, 3, 4: leste 'Club 1, 2, 3: Chalrman Collection Stalfotwear- book 4: Executive Commlttee of llefbools 4: Class Senator 2: Student Coulcll 11 , 3: , 3: ecar- unlor lulldlng aH'.Orounds Cammltfe Clsolr I, 32:5 Freshman . Assembly ating Cavnmltteiilsoplfomare Hop ,Ind Senlosr Prom 2, 1: Farewetl gem y 4: neu: Patrol 4, rhesssglvw Q rn 4, .ttumb llterary Stal 3, 44: Girls' , th As- soclatlon 1: Assembly Commltteeflj. rf - ssuu, CAMll.lE-Cheerleader Hy. 3, r ssr. leader Varslty 4: Choir 1: Lite, 'ry S l el Yearbook 4: Llbrary Stal 1, 2,j 4: rary Stal President 4: Vlce-PresldeniifkibrarF?Stal 3: Honor Soclety 2, 3, 4: I BROOKS, JOAN-Cholr' 1, 2, 3: Jesters Club 1: Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Assembly Partlclpant 1, 2, 3,f4: Queen's Court 4: Executive Committee 4: Drlll Yeam 4: tt.R. Alternate 1: Rlng Committee 2. norms, Ksrnittiiiisrrsrr Club a, lun 1, 2. 3. 4,, 4 ':1,gnsrs.,. Manager 3, 4: g9UtQ:9al:Year- mu 4, rwsarr3i4:, Assembly Partl irlond, Quartermaster 11, 4. f ffrv' iliigii S , . CALLAHAN. Hatiffgwvufs rsacnsrr ot Amerlca 4: HW A Aj ,kkj 2, 3, 4: Hall . ,.,,..,.: , cssmo, Ju4N1f:s..Rl3s:,.s,,sr 4 nt cw.. rn 2, Trl-HI-Y 2,:E11x4,,,r,1.i-nl 'cnapisirr 2, 3, 4: Cheerlea 4: Usherette, tar Class Nlght 3: Commence! 13iF tbllQW Y HS., Still! 1, l.i.i:..1l'r'2r 'tar' Sophomore Hop 2: Commlttie tor Senlqr Dance 4: Junlor-Snlor Protn Decorating Commlttee 3: Senlir Dance Committee 41 Rules and Regulatldns Commlttee tor Senloriy Trlp 4 5 cou.lNs, ALETA-clresrz 3, '45 Usherette for Commencement 2, 3: United Nations As- sembly 4: Hall Pdrol 4. conev, VICTORIA-Choir 1, 2, a, 4, Jam. Clvlf 1, 2, 31 4: library Assistant 2. , ' ,..: M. Q at 11" cr ' . , : ,,,,,, SENICR DIRECTORY CONSALO, ELAINE-Alternate Cheerleader 2: Typlng Stal at the Yearbook 4: Hub Typlng Stal 4: Work for Mr. Dawson 2, 3, 4. COSTANZO, JOANN-Junlor Varslty Twlrler 3: Varsity Twlrler 4: Choir 1, 2, 4: Art 3: Yearbook Typing Stal 4: Welcome As- sembly 3, 4. CUNDIFF, YVONNE-Chair 1, 2, 3: Basket- ball 2, 3, 4: Jesters Club 3. ALICE-nrm rss,-::IE'iiEsrmns.,x ,Wny X Stal 4: Hub Stal Typlstjl: Yearbook Iyp- ing Stal 4: Yeorbookffrt Stal 4: Manage- ment Stal ol,,Mo'gaxlne Drive 4: Clieir 1: my ,yearbook sean 1, uursrsns tar Co encement 1: Senlor Glee Club l: Brusse'l'r,,,1IVorld's Fair Assembly 4: Class Secretaryiblissartlcipant In Assemblies 1: Assistant Bas bball Manager 4. , . .K iDlEZEL,EDORlS!l.31ln Club 1, losketball 1, Future Homemakers at America 3. N , EASTWXD, HELEN-Freshman Asjmbly 1: tester Chrb 2, 3, 4: Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Amateur Show Assembly 3: Choir 1: Guid- ance Omce Asslstasfl 4: Teacher Attendance Assistant 4. V ESTILOVV,-,PAT4Band 1, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Future Teachers ot America 3, 4: Library Asslstant 4. EVERQLE, CHRIS-Choir 2: Sophomore Hop Commlttee 2: Jesters 2, 3, 4: Hub Stal 3, 4: Future Teachers at America 3, 4: Year- book literary Stal 4: Prom Decorating Com- mittee 3: Usherette for Spring Concert, Class Night, and Graduation 3: Spaghetti Dinner Commlttee 3: FrestfttlonfDa'y'Asee1nbly Commlttee 4: J.V. Hockey 3: Varsity Cheer- leader 4: Assistant Business Manager at Hub 4: Trl-Hi-Y 4: Participant ln Assemblles 4. FARR, IARDARANNE-Yearbook Art Stal Chalrman 4: Yearbook Stal Collectlon 4: Assembly Program Committee 4. FISCHER, FLORENCE-Choir 2, 3, 4: Usher- ette Class Night and Camsnencernentltz Jesters 4. ' A FRAME, SARA JANE-Varsity Cheerleader 4: Trl-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Art and Collection Stals ol Yearbook 4: Graduation, Class Night, Exercises Usherette 3: Sopho- mbre A bp Decoration Committee 2: Prom Decoration Commlttee 3: I.atln Club 1: Stu- dent Council Representative 3: Prom Queen's D W, HADA, CHIZUYO-Hall Patral Captal 4: Student Council 3, 4: Student Coun , 4: Student Cauncll Senator 3: Honeys: clety 2, 3, 4: Unlted Natlons Assern f 2, Fare- well Assembly 3: Varslty sketball 4: Waitress at Spaghetti Dlnnggi . Joram, evs-sqrksnrgufii, Hockey 2. Jonnsu, SUE-Choi gf 3, Libra.-, Club 1. ., KETSCHEK, AN -Drlll Team 4: Student Councll Reprefntatie 2: Yearbook Llterary Stal 4: Llitary Wlub 1: latln Club 1: Glselrml: Partlclpatjd ln Assemblies 1: Mon- roe Vlceitresldentii: Partlclpant In Christ- mas Pageant 4. 2 KIGER, BARBARA-deolr 1, 2, 3, 4: Trl-H1-Y 2. KIRN, BETTY-Tri-Hllflvl 3, 4: Cheerleader lkbaslgetball B 7 l 1: latin Club 1: Yeiarbook literary al 4: Sophomore Hop ,Dbcarating Commlttee 2: Junior Senlor Prom Decorating Cammltteig 3: Senior Cards Cem- mlttee 4: Student Cobncil Representative 4: Senlor Farewell AsseQly 3: Spaghetti Dln- ner Committee 3: Usilrette Class Night and Baccalaureate 3. ,Y 'fr KONKO, VERA-Assombliesll, 3, 4: Assembly Program Commltteb 4. KUTZ, BARBARA?-Hub Art Stal 1, 2, 3, 4: Cholr 2, 3, 4:fYearboak Hterary Stal 4: Senlpr Farewell Assembly 3:2 Hall Patrol 4: Jesters 2, 3, Christmas Pageant 3. LEDDEN, MIRIAM-Chair 2,V3, 4: Student Council Alte-fnate 1: Hub 4:fYeorbook Sec- rotary 4:,1lonor,.So:lety 25, 3, 4: Senior 'Farevrill Aissembly 3. MARTINROORIS-J.V. soffbaj 1. Msxwfn, MAMA-J.v. Maisy 3, 4, chair 4: Varjity Colorguard 4: Prim Decorating Committee 3: Library Assistant 3, 4: Library Asslstnt Secretary 4: Participaht ln Assemblles 1 2 Q 4 if ff' 1 MQQEE, ,CAROLYN7lond 3: Honor Society 2,f3, 4: Russian 4: Jestets 4: Hall Patrol 4: Christmas Pageant 3: fDeclamatlon Con- test 2: Programs and Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4. fMcTYRE, KAY-Homeroom Representative Alternate 1, 2, 4: Tri-HI-Y1Presldent 2, 3, 4: J.V. Hockey 1, 3, 4: .l.V.5, Cheerleader Refreshment Comn1ittee'Cho1rman. ot: Stipho- more Ho 2- Deco tin Commlttee i- 5 PHILLIPS, uonornv-mrs., 1, llhrary sse- gretary 2: Library Assistant 4: .Student Coun- gcll 2: Student Representative 3: Yearbook gfyplng Stal 4: Trl-Hi-Y 4. Qrmizzorro, :Mtv ANNE-Future rmhm 51 of Amerlca 4: World Alalrs Club 4: Cholr 5 3, 4: Yearbook 1. 5PlZZO, NINA-Yearbook An son cocai- tor 4: Yearbook Collection Stal 4: Gltt Commlttee 4: Student Councll Representative 2: Senlor Farewell Assembly 3: Unlted'Na- tlons Assembly 4: World Alalre' Club 4: ii Junlor-Senior Pram Queen 3. POWELL, DOTTIE-l.lbrory Stal Vlce-Presl- Q, dent 1: Cholr 1: Archeology Club 1. I E iroweu., usual:-1.1111 cm, 1, Llbrary Club 1: Guidance Club 1: Drlll Team 4: Future Homemaker: of Amerlca 3. E PUZZUTELU, MADEIYN-Jesters l, 2, 3, 4: 55 Senlor Plays 1, 2, 4: Assemblles 1, 2, 3, 4: li 11.11, sm: 3, 4, Yearbook L1:srrsry's:en ca Chairman 4: Russlan Club 4: lonner Car- rler 4: Honor Society 3, 4: Accelerated Pro- gram 2, 3, 4: Hall Patrol 4: Cholr 2, 3, 4. .4 ROBESON, IILLIE ANNE-Class Secretary1: SNevrspaper Stal 1: Basketball 1: Varslty 5 Cheerleader 1, 3, 4: Trl-HI-Y 2, 3, 4: Trl- .75 E t 5? if X. HlY Vice Presldent 2, 3, Yearbook Pho- tography Stal 4: Student Councll Repre- sentatlve 4: Senior Farewell Assembly'3: Class Nlght Usherette 3: Graduation Usher- ette 3: Library Club 1: Senior Dance Refresh- ment Commlttee 4: Junlor Senlor Prom King and Queen Commlttee 3. ROUN, JOYCE-Llbrary Club 1: Guidance Club 1: Choir 1: Freshman Assembly Com- mlttee 4: Drlll Team 4: Art Exhlblt 3. SAGERS, NEll.IE-Cholr 3, 4. 5. Q scnesm, mourns-nerr., a, 4, sms.:- ball Manager 3: Trl-Hl-Y 3, 4. sc:-manner, CAROL-Jesters 2, s, 4, m. HI-Y 2, 3: YearbookkCStal 4: Honor Soclety 3, 4: Hall Patrplxsif Hockey 2: Newspaper Q 1: Sen ,Q 2: Vorlous Assemblies 1, 2, pe scnu ii TH ANrs.,s:r1-H1-v 2, 3, Ne- tional 1-AL, '5f':Saclety X, 3: 4: Hub 3, 4: a, 4, 1. 115 . ,qi Hub Ll k gjditor V' Yedboak Llterary fa P , rg s- Clin. SM, ,, -, 5 . , U D , 5' ,,, I , -1 , K - rman 4:,Qjtters 2,,,3 4: Band 53:2 1z..2'::?':L 25:37. " '1'S'..Zl's,T"ira,. --.. .... rn P,---ff,--I -.. 1' 4, LI. 'P' f v :Mk 4. ,,'. ,, f "W" 'WE' ' ' FRIEDRICH snsnou-snrdsrrv Council 1, lgfllfglu, 5,,.:::":l 5?g:,:,:, f'Q,,i -fYv..,:i . '.All Swv Chwilwfwfitv- 1 , ee . 3 1 , C , S., 3' W: '1,'f,":::::: :"?"'Z: 'M "ii" " S-M-,:, f . 'a,ir.L....L".'f.,':':4 : me resen ass , , ' W.. " ' Princess of Sophomore Hap Dec 44. com Melllhlol M lnglvlng Re k iative 3: Sand QCltemlt. Commlttee tor Sophomore Hag, A U V I f in. .-Fdenll Mgembly 3' H'llW"! 4' 3: Decorating Commlttee. " W " r 'D . MECOSCH, CAROL-Nwlpuper 1: Yearbook dn ,1 N. , . X - :I , eg 7 , : ,a Y : ws per tz.'fCSi lEll'E..f i'Z"...:.rr.?'17'l7.lil "'--lnifil: i?'r5ri?'c-rl ll"1f33Yf'v'l3l'r-5"3. 'f "" 1 1 "P-"""1" 3' " """il" man -Week Assenl ll' 1: .lungfl A A3147 T"l'Hl'Y TVUUWNY 7: Clwlf ml, 2: Juhni 4374: Club 4, TWH'-vi AW Farewell Assensblyff . S ll 2: Vi Us brette Class -Night and Graduation 2, B' ' r ber of Qben's "ll,' a5.3enIor',:g?m 3: CUCCPNIH Eiwibillartsare Hap Decokgt- h'bqfr'h NHILQESLZZ :'g'l3,li:::: 3, F Q 4, ing Committee' : ka Patrol 3, 4: Juniors- x l , ' ' ' , Thankum, AL - 1 .47, Ad- Senior Pram DecoraKaf'Committee 3: Prom ?l"b'::f82RTE vypln' sms 4' Yqrboek vertlslng Cheirman Qr lfsey Court 3:,Spaghettl Dinner Wagtress 3: Sen- P7197 - G1rls'State Dele ate fr reesursr ser rsrqwsn Amrrrbly s, rrlor een, . , .f f ,ai..l'ri-Hi-Y3, 4.' filf igglllgggwti Decorating Commlttee 4: Yeoiboek Tyfing c::R?:,,.n : r- 157--iI.Qlfw-g,,.1iliV Stal 4:5 Freshman Rules and Regulations sgghzy 3 4, ',, 7 mug? 9113945 MAKY'A'l,f 4- Committee 4: Llbrary Assistant 3: Magazine -am' CWMH' R: Y-ts! 3, Mega' ,r .g: iiaih.. ' ' , , V ' ' GRAVES, JUANIYASDYIIM Drltre Commlttee Rules and Regulations WM Dfw. Henna. . Fnnnmuw 3, 1 QQ, rcfmmlllf' lo' s""" mp 4' Monroe Yearbook Sta :Lia 1 Spoghettl Dln. sluuo, MA1r.Yf'ANN-clbiunig--2, 4, rrn- ,Ausm JUDY-Ch. 1 2 3 4, sm, , ...r w.:r,.,, 3, u,,:,,4 ,,,,., A,,,,,,b:, 4, HW 1: 31 Ai YUUYPOUV C-dll 42 " 1' on ' ' ' ' M Chairman at Yeakgbbbk in- r al 4: Home- Fruhmon wah Commmniy Councll,3: Assembly Commlttee 4: Jesters rum C ,- f C 5, I 3 GH, wru Aesldbly 3- sm: Msrrsiw' 1' T"'H"' 4' sms uma 0' U ' V' ' H , r -' M , g . --M-.SK 3:V'fl11f'Chw'lwd'f3, 41 - ,,.,, 'lihllfsflt rEASE,,5sHlRLEv-choir 2, 3, 4, Basketball ' 4: Klimbly Participant 3rSi' ,q mQ! Manalir 4: Girls' Citizenship Delegate 3. Sunil' MARGARn's"'d"" AH' lf 2' 37 wut Angmbly 4: fhnnkm x L 5--, fu V Glee Club 3: Sattball 3: Basketball 3: ,ugly 4, :,E,,r,g7:gi:1,f: Q. PETIIT: cAmL4.,,'3r1, 3, 47y5,:,ba:: L4 Future Hornemakers of Amerlca 4. W , " - fin, ,P .F Q SPEICH, lssser.-chan, 4, Library yung: I, Cashler 3. V' stewnr, Menu-1,1-urged, 3, 4, Tri-Hb r crwplqlmz, 4, uursfao 3, ssmmy .Q Llbrary Std 3, De ate to Glrls' Stat? 1, Photogrhphy Collection, Stals o 1, Yearbook 4, Art Sta! 42' Prom Com-S mlttee 31 Afalrs Councll 31 Sophomore 5 Hop Co 2, Cholr I, 2, 3, 4. sgeikusrsi, EVELYN-Class Secretary 1, I: 3, 4, unlor Varslty Twlrler 2, Varslty Twlrler 3, 14, Trl-H1-Y 2, 3, 41 Junlor-Senlor Prom Couit 3, Sophomore Hop Court 2, Stu- dent Courill Representatlve 3, 4, Freshman Assembly Committee 4, Sophomore Hop Dec- oration Gmmlttee 2, Junlor-Senlor Prom Decoratiof Committee 31 Spaghetti Dlnner Naltress I, Softball 3, Cholr 1, 2, 3, 4,' Collection Stal ol Yearbook 4, -Sonlor Farewell :Assembly 3, Senlor Dance Com- mlttee Rules and Regulations Cammlttee For the V nlar Trip. i, THOMPQN, IRENE-Cholr I, 4, Drlll Team 4. THORNWN, uolonss-o,111 rm.. 4, cha, l, 2, 35' 4. THORNQON, MARGIE-Drill Team 4, Cashier 3, Hub 'Stal Typllt 4, Cholr 2. roos , Mssv-m-111-v 3, 4, Junlor Var-,l llty etball 3, Varslty Hockey 4, Varslty? Cheerlfsdlng 4, Collection smr of vmsmi 4, Fu ' e Teachers ol Amerlca 41 Saftlsalli Mana r 3, Thanksglvlng Assembly 4. I rulclhrn, wmv ANN-C6toIn ot vmnf Chee 'ders 4, Varslty Cheerleaders llk Trl-Hl 4, Typing Stall al the Yearbook 45 lhan lvlng Assembly 4, Cholr' 1, 2, WelQ some mbly 3, 4. , WA ER, RUTH-Cholr 1, 2, 3, 41 Band 3, 4, , harm- starr of Yearbook 4, Hop Decaratlng ogg, jelreshments Combttee 2. K M3 WAMBOLD. DOROTHY-Cholr 4. ,ww latl l Q Student Councll Alternate 1, Stu- ,LCAROL-Student Councll Represen- ts,-se-el , -5.4, nl-,,,g,su1.oy 2, I, il Cholr X41 ,,.,js4IoBh9mgre Hop, H kdvertlslng Co A 62. NALTER, ANNA-iiallty Patrol I, Sopho- wr Non Cvvrf Z4-ftvllerisnlvf .hom :hurt 3: Teal! 4: Executlve Commlt- ee 4: ll 4, Decaratlng Com- qltrse rar 111g-Noam 4, Participant ln lssemblles flullb Typing Stal 4, Yearbook sn may X, - if - -of.. ,, .ww-m..,.+. xanax, JANE-Trl-l'll-Y 2, 3, 41 J.V. Okay 31 J.V. Basketball 21 Varslty Basket- :all 3, 4, Student Councll 2, F.T.A. 3, 4, kssembly Program Committee 4, Band and 3'Cl'0llfl 1,.2, 3, 4, Spaglrettl Dlnner Ilralrman-M Hall Patrol 4, Photography So-Cllalrman ol Yearbook 4, Correspondlng lecretary for Band 3, Hub Reporter I, 2, 3, I, Jesters 3, Assembly Portlclpant 3, Alter- RsW4'For"'CItlie11s'ls1,3' 'l'ilit1Ytttl"S, flood, ki. rrarlan and Quartermaster 3, Hop 'atlng Comlnlttee 2, Junlor-Senlor Prom leoeratlng-Coeunlttee 3, -Wrlter-srl' Thanks. ,lvlng Assembly 4, Committee tor Freshman Neek Assembly 4, Washlngton Rules and legulatlans Committee 4, Chrlstmas,Can1y 4' Iommlttee 3. ,,,-"" vm, LORRAINE-,Future Teachers or Ama- a 4: Jesters 4, latln Club 4. WNGERT, MURIEI.-Band I, 2, 3, 4, Jester, :lub 4, llbrary Stoi 4, Hall Patrol 4, Fu- ure Teachers ol Amerlca 4, Future Nurses ll Amerlca 1,4 2, Cholr 3. VOLFFBRANDT, MARY ANN-Future Teach- rs ol Arnerlca 2, 3, 4, Jesters I, 2, 3, 4, loll Patrol 4, Latln Club 4, Russian Club 4, lbrary Sta! 3. , WRIGHT, KITTY--Trl-Hl-Y Secretary 2, 3, 4: Colorguard 3, Captaln of Colorguard 4: J.V. Hockey I, 2, 3, Varslty Hockey 4, LV. Softball 2, Delegate to Cltlsenshlp Instltute 3, Decaratlng Committee at Sophomore Ho -f 2, Refreshments Committee at Prom 31 C r- rnan ol Announcements and Invltatlo, om- mlttee 4, Partlclpant ln U.N. :Rmb es 2. 4, Photography and Llterary S olllear- book 4, Hall Patrol 41 llterary Sta ol Hub 4, Thanksgiving Assembly 4, Cho I. QQZEE, P4rn1c14-Mm., 1, 2, 2, vqiyny Manager 4- Basketball Mana r of Junlor 1 , 9' ' Varslty 1, Softball 1, Latln Club Preslsbnt B 4, World Alalrs Councll Delegate 4, Cisslfl !fTreasurer 1, 2, 3, 41 Assembly Commltlee ' 4, Trl-HI-Y 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Hap Prlecelf , and Prlncess Committee Chalrman 2, Junlor-ef, , Senlor Pram King and Queen Committee 3, -Senlor Dance Decoration Committee, 4,5 5 Freshman Week Rules Committee 4, ,Pan- - ticlpant 1r,,Ag:1i151li?s1,'tJ:,..4, yxlliiheetette lorljptfng' ncert rette ' let- calaureate, Gralluatlorlf and Class lllght Exercises 3, Hub Stall 2, Hub Asslstadt Edi- tor 3, Hub Editor 4, Maroon andy Gold .Assistant luslnm. Manager 4, Maroon ands Z.. Gold Art Stai 4, Hall PatrWoll3,"N'NaIlonHlW ,. 1 F 2 Si BUTIIACH, ROBERT-Band I, Cholr 3, 4, ewell' Assensbly 3, Hall Patrol 4, Year- ,fk k Stall 4, ring Concert 3, Gymnastics Club 4, Senlor ay 4. CALTABIRNO, Pl'hl.lP-Junlor Varslty Man- lsger 2, lyarslty F tball Manager 31 Var- lity Foo 'll Mana r 4. CLAPP, I I.-Wres g Team 3, 4, Camden yJ4.cA2 if fi S -1 l 1' touovls, rso-r ball :1, 4, Basketball I, 2, If, 4 Basebalf I, Future Farmers ol Qmerloo 2, 3, 4. 1 I 3 COSTN CHARLES-,hseball 1, Stage Hand P- 32 lt cuwrone, anon-Juagsa llvestock ln F.F.A,. QI, '3, 41 .lonhr leader at 4 H Club B, Q flunbr Bbehrs Assoclatlan 2, 3, 4, reslhntlal Gloucester County Beel Club 1. ,,54.: - A t 56 fscneotmo, sonsm-s-,shall 1, 2, J, 1 5 Stage -Had 1.1, A, Basketball 4, Track d Fleld,I!4, Hall Patrol Alf,-Student Coun- 2 3 215- ,l X, -,- , --X., sumo , ,YARRY-Football 2, rms .na --2,,,,3,,,,45 Gymnastics 4. Honor Society 3, 4, Girls' State 3, Acoeleg PM-,ahhh 'Phd P'0U""" 7 3 4 fivw FALA BOB-Wrestllng G mn stlcs 1 ' ' ' ,fr r Y U , ,F V J J' , ill, 4: Partlslpant In Assam I, 2, 3, "Well,-,.,,c1,,u 2, a, swsmnng cum-.1,,k2, X u.....,, ,, ,V 1 Boys li: , V .,,,.., '2- . K- , E . - h I V , M ABBOTT JACK-Football I, Wrestllng nm? , Y ol C ol' I A lf 2, 3, 4: Plwtaillplly YCGYUWF 59' GEORGE-Future Farmers ol Amerl- Gymnastics Club 2. View AC-EBMANN, MARTIN-Honor Society 2, Drive 13, 4, Wrestling J.V. 3, 4, Russlah Club 4, Student Councll Treasurer 4: Polle Drlve Chalrman 41 Farewell Assembly 3, Freshman Band I, Latln Club 1. ADAMS, BILL-Hall Patrol 3, 4. ATKINSON, LEWlS-Football 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Baseball 1, Student Councll President 4, Hall Patrol 4. - 'lea l','2, 3, 4, Agr. Treasurer 2, Agr. Secre- tory 3, lt Junior-Senlor Prom Decaratlng Committee 3: Graduatlon Announcement '3,' 4, --maitaztne-M --M Comrrrlnss 4 ruzin, soscar-varmy Football 4, Ju... lor Varslty Basketball 2, Varslty Basketball 3, 4f laseball 3, 4. my'+tAAP, WILLIAM-Oymrrastlu 3, 4. HARMEII, ROBERT-Football 2, 4, Baseball I. HUNTER, JAMES-Band 3, 4, Cholr I, 2, 3, 4, Jesters 2, 3, 4, Junlor Town Meeting ol the Alr 2, 3, 4, Hall Patrol 4, Senloglqflay MORGAN, ALFRED-Freshman Faetball I1 R.V.S.C. Swlmmlng Club. MYERS, RICHARD-Baseball ls Band l, 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics Club I, 2, 3, 4, Amerlcan leglan Band 3, 4, Pltman Haba land I, 2, 3, 4. NICHOLS, SHELDON-Cholr 3, 4. PIKE RONALD-Future Farmers of Amerlsa I, 2, 3, 4. PITT, Blll.-Cholr 3, 4, Jesters 4, Tennls Team 4, l.atln Club 4, Trl-County Tennls. POLILLO, JOHN-Football 3. POLOCZ, IOBERT-Hall Patrol 4, Hub Re- porter 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Soclety 3, 4, Jesters 3. 4: Cholr 4, Assembly Program Committee 4, Photography Cholrman ol Yearbook 4, M.Y.F. I, 2. 3, 4, Glouster County 4-H Club 2, 3, 4, Junlor Town Meetlng I, Latln Club I, Student Councll 2, Spoghettl Dlnner Commlttee 3. RICHMAN, HERB-Band I, Latln Club 2, Hall Mslaltql, 3, 4, Basketball Manager 31 Explorer Scouts 21'Pal'ttctpeet la Assembly 4. SHELMIRE, OLIN-Cholr 3, 4, 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4. SINK, DALE-Art Stal ol M.J.H. Yearbook 1, Student Council Senator 3, Student Coun- 'mfwxx cll Vice President 4, Wrestling Manager '2,m3, Baseball Manager 2, 3, 41 Basketball Stattstlglan 3, 4, Football Statlstlclan 3, 4, Honor Saslety 2, 3. 4, Hub Sports Reporter 3. 41 Yearbook Edltor 41 Hall Patrol 4: wlllUTHlflQw1fllhlY 3, 4, Freshman Day Assembly 4, Freshman Week Rules Corn- mlttee 2, 4, Reporter lor all school sporte- Courler, Post, lngblrer 2, 3, 4, MYP Presl- dent 3, 4. R, SMITH, DONALD-Student Councll Alternate I, 31 Varslty Track Tealh,,2, 41 Band I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra I, 2, 3, h.World Alolrs Councll 41 Captaln ol Band 4, Ylagld Alalrs Assembly 4, American Legion Band'-I 3, Helga send 1, 2, 4, own num semi-1, 2, , 4. nuns, ARTHUR-Hall mon 4, swan., 2, 4, n.,,aaw'c1assm-MfgH"--W'--1" rw- f Ia JN-CN C"""" "'P"""""" 4 msn. PHIL-Football 4, 1,-eu 2. a, 4, 4, s...1..u 1, i..61,.l1 a, 4, Track af ' ' ..... ,. .. ...,,, , . 2, 3, 4. BAKER. ERNEST-S6r1wmvwHen,9wf-v-M A' ruomrsou, 4L1.cN-rmmm rwsall 1, Commlttee 2i,,,fIlllll1A6ll....Ul0k-V--Aiimltly 41 JOHNSON, CARI.-Football I, Junior Var- Freshman Baseball I, Junlor Varslty Baskgs. Frv1l1mwWuk Commivm 41 Photography sity Basketball 2, Baseball 3, some cm. sun 2, vmny Baseball 2, 3, 4, vmny MW Stafbol Yearbookk4,bFRrewgl :lsemglylfi cll 4, Art Staf ol Yearbook 4, Future Basketball 2, 3, 4, Student Councll I, 2, s.,..ul1,2,luufaI...,aty rchrsfA14,r1, D A 3,4HllPtrl4,PIl IA sn Football 4, Student Councll I, 2, Monroe s::1bI"4, Wel'::rhemAssernrlr n4?nGrT1hastlc 4- Flr .Pat1:lo4. unipam H mm u Y Y Y , e , Band , 2. Hap Decaratlng Commlttee I, Senlor Dance Club I, 2, 4, TURK lo.-. d I F h L Decaratlng Committee 4. , all 1 res man Foot all I, JOHNSON, SlEGFlllED-Student Councll 2, Football I 3, 4 Baseball I, 2, Pr slde t O --f-4'-'going-m,.gg!,.p,,,,,,,,,,,, p,,,b,,,-,,1,.J,,,,fg,, .laaGl,-,L,.2. 3,,,4:,The.HaltofBend 1w3r'4i , ..-. Class 1, 2, 3, ,411 Assembly CorrTmltte: 2. yum, gunman 2, yanhy hmhall 3' 4, The Mutlneers 3, 4, Leglon Band 3, 4. 31 Treasurer ol Student Council 3, Hall Junlor Varslty Basketball I, Varslty Basket- JOHNSON WAYNE-swam, cowl H 3. 'Ulm' 4- ,mn 2, 4, vmuy Baseball 1, 2, :1, 4, J , V '. M ,mu 2, V I W' I, ' V D Rahman wnk Commun. 41 Pankipam in un or arsrty se . arsty rest ng EN ITTI, VINCENT-Latln Club I, Arche- 3, 41 Cholr 4, Senlor Farewell Assembly 3, ology Club I. Assemblies 3, 4, Gymnastlcs Club I, 21 Fresh- wana Nation' Aunnuy 1 W' Wttk 4"""b'Y 4- ' WILLERMET nm:-N , 1 2- L4Nz41.om, JAMES-Baseball 1, 2, 4, sa.. w,..ru,,. Team s, 4.u,:l:l:P:::,,.m'c,mf BEEIE, LARRY-Junior Varslty Basketball 3, ketball 1, 2, 3, Safety Patrol I, Cholr 1. mlttee 4. Varslty Basketball 3, 4, Junlor Varslty Base- ball 2, 3: Band I, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Fggt. McCANT, JAMES-Football I, Baseball lpuwwww IEE, DOUGLAS-Assembly Program Commlt- ballwlfigmnastlcs Club I, 2, Partlclpant in GYNHCINC Clllli I, 2, 3, 41: Chgli.-lvt2,'VI ml3l4s,Hlgh Salesman-Freshman Class Maga- Ammblly 4, 4, Traclimg ww-My zl:1esII,l1reshman Assembly 11 Student Coun- 1 ,---' ,-f-,.,,.,f ....., , ..,, -2 .. .... -- no cl Ater, ,.,, ,fil . H., 3g,,,,. M. 4 ' , vj I ,, nd -Varslty Football 3, 4, layr' -3--1,,,3,5..,.,.::.,br .-f- . V N 0 'bv- -4"',, J,E3..ll1?'l2fEs,",2?.3L.i'3?'l,,la..lSLl wx,-f-211 H--If-'I--I' 2- v-f- -2' . ,.. Club 2 4- Junlor Varslty Wrestllni 3. ,f MLN,-.. 2113! 47 l9"l"ll 7' 3? 4' 2, Junlor xzilvvflwliitvll-I 'V Qlrlst. , , I 3, - Future Teachers ol mm cond ?3r,,5,3,,,gL2Fe..?,.,.,:,.., SMI., FM.. snomev, DAVID-Craftsmen ol u- 1, g 'H Awmbllv 4- wsu ,mga s-umm-1,,n1.,,'c1.n 3, 4, Decorations lor Christmas Pageant 3. li ,Q W - ' R ,-swag: R WMM I, INAVW, ,, ---. -2 Ma li' A, 3, Yearbook luslness Manager - l' -K . , ff, ' ' Z. 'W L Stal Buslness Manager 4,fCa d snooxs, Joseru-mrbanu 1, 2, ' f"i'f"g:lPc3:y'!M'W,,Y.5l3'5V"':,2f-r'1" ac r 4, Mag. ne om. ,,'l.,.l 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Baseb Y4, Stu- , - '- ' T- , ager 4, "fn, -7- , . ogg, 4, Christ. ,,,. -,, . Jr. Town . , Vlsual Alds va, . dent Councll 2: Hono Roll I, 2,3 - - ' W ,Mr club I mas Card - 4,4-, W Vqvjqnlgy lg, Club 3, 4, Latln cm, 4, ' ' ' maori Mal' z'4,'as.,,, M, Allllflm 4: BOYS' 51990 , LI., PETE-Baseball I, Student Coun- F"'l"""' ,ly ., '5 , WIN' Slit! ' f - 'X Patrol 3, 41 Flre Patrol 4. APPlY JNDI" ,fm "" f Plans 41 Hub sunows, :oscar-J. 'i:- :1,,.4, , ., - Sven Pherogrs r.r.A. 2, 3, 4, Photography Stai of ,,, . ,Mnclffllq Yhl-l-lAM'Cll0l' 2, 3, 4: Future Track 2, 31 J letrljf 3, 4, Hlgh School 2. Ml., -.. Arts Exhlblt I. 1. -fl, '13 13941973 Offlllirloa 4. Salesman Magazines 2, 3, 4. A , N , W i , Wu LN: if ' X Y 4, ll.L.o.,, 71311 WMA . K C... oo, 51,153 ,, . ,gf .-- ...W .4 is 69 Sophomore Hop Remember our first big dance, the Sopho- more Hop? The hours passed quickly as we danced among the hearts and cupid's ar- rows. Princess Sharon Friedrich and Prince Robert Turk were crowned our first royal couple. 6, Junior Prom This event will always remain a favorite in our storehouse of memories. Queen Nina Piz- za and King George Coladonato presided over the festivities of the evening. Whenever we think of that star-studded night, we are caught in the ecstacy of that Enchanted Even- ing in May. fc? -i Senior Dance The Seniors had a pleasant termination of mid- year exams, by a trip to Hawaii via the Monroe Jr. High. We were greeted at the door by a beachcomber who gave out leis. There we entered a paradise of palm trees, coconuts, ocean, and beach, where soft sounds of music filled every corner of the room. Refreshments, in the form of cookies, punch, and pineapple chunks were served by two lovely hula girls. EXECUTIVE STAFF Seated, left to right: Barbaranne Farr, Nina Pizzo, Art Staff Co-Chairmen, Robert Polocz, Photography Staff Chairmanp Betty Bowe, Collection Staff Chairman, Carol Senior, Typing Staff Chairman: Dale Sink, Editor, Miriam Ledden, Secretary: Judy Schust, Madelyn Puzzutelli, Literary Staff Co-Chairmen, Sharon Fredrich, Advertising Stott Chairman. Absent: Jane Wilcox, Photography Co-Chairmang Doug Zee, Business Manager. MAROON AND GOLD Throughout our years at Glassboro High we have had many experiences which we will long remem- ber. The Maroon and Gold Staff has attempted to capture these memories in the pictures and words contained in this volume. The Maroon and Gold advisor, Mrs. Erickson, has devoted much of her time and energy to its publication, and its success is a tribute to her faithfulness. As we present this chronicle of the Class of '59, we part with "Good- by, good luck, its been fun." l Editor-in-Chief DALE SINK Advisor MRS. DOROTHY ERICKSON Photography Chairman ROBERT POLOCZ K 328' vm- 1 .Q Q. e 1 we Si+Xs xfh ,N . as at XA Rf' 9 R 3 uuu1a,.aln1l4rlIlnlH 5 M X :-1943 WE N'-1 l THE CHRISTMAS PAGEANT Partly with a religious theme and partly secular, the Christmas Pag- eant was a very impressive affair. The colorful costumes were made by Miss Hazel and Mrs. Lawrence. The lighting by Mr. Baylis gave the added touch to the beautiful scen- ery made by Mrs. Erickson and her art students. Mr. Creamer and Mr. Jensen were ably assisted by the industrial arts boys in setting it up, and as usual Mrs- Robbins directed a wonderful choral ensemble. Mr. Lutz as narrator, gave much dig- nity to the story acted in panto- mime directed by Mrs. Lutz and Mrs. Della Porta. Choir Myrtle Eaver Rob Direcfor bins ASSEMBLY PROGRAMS I wig m4N5fEF15lt A E , 5 . 1 I 1 'P X 21 mga: sa 113,2 55 . . .19 3' was " iff?iF?2?FfifiEaisQ,w.H3555 '54 X N24 : ::- it V Q 2 XY-2 5 'Qgfii rf? . .:.Q , lv, 1 A 55 3 '-, E? 1 jg Q ,Z:, , ,. ,ww- igu , . 3 Ka' 5 .1 E 5 Q L sw LW Q? - in 1 Q ii Qf QS? e wwmNmzm1w.mw,,,QQ.a vw x wma ki qv . 1- 2 " wx V V. .L 5 ies xg! 'lvf ' ,aff-xg I ,. if ,uv-" i'fEf?i2f ,ffi':"7V' -I .. it e X X, , 5' 1+-4 1' X fs ' g1g ',5fg,'sA1 fi :Q . 55344 xg J J, A use 'wr -., ,. - w ALL STATE CHORUS Judy Schust All-Sfafe Orchestra and Chorus ASSISTANT CONCERT MISTRESS Stephanie Slobodzian Two of our seniors have competed for and have been awarded positions in the All-State Chorus and Orchestra. These organizations embody high school stu- dents from all over New Jersey. GIRLS' STATE Patricia Zee, Carol Senior, Sharon Friedrich CITIZENSHIP INSTITUTE Shirley Pease, Judy Schust, Kitty Wright -5 X? 3? .ig UNITED NATIONS PILGRIMAGE Joan Wilson T651 Ei mf BOYS' STATE George Colodanato, Bill McDevitt, Joe Brooks Physical Fifness Tesf First, Second and Third Place. First row, left to right: Robert DuFala, Christopher Jocmides, Raymond Wise, Fred Watson. Second row: William McDevitt, William St. John, Raymond McConnell, Refes Bell, Third row: James McCant, Peter Wilden, Helmuth Wilden, Fred Watson. gg? N, First Place. Left to right: Jimmy McCant, Peter Wilden Helmuth Wilden, Fred Watson, ggi V - ,, :lf J . ,..,, s Sm we: , fyzai fffg. ,. F? . 44 ,,. .-f' iw f 532, 1 X. 55? 'ifgei ' gb X .4 ,. + LQ' "1wm'M t,f :3.,:2 ' .Ks-1 ,s':-1'--P KM 4, r w . ,Q A V-L, ., h , Wi .Litn1!i.bzf3X" ?'t:Y4i'5?iX' bg f 5:1- 'WW L m ' , Q N W - - - - i - 5? 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Seated: Pete Wilden, Helen Lipari, Secretary: Martin Ackerman, Treasurer: Mr. Wurm, Adviser: Lew Atkinson, President: Mrs. Han- na, Adviser: Dale Sink, Vice President: Bob Turk, Bob Connolly. Second row: Evelyn Szymanski, Angella Piccarelli, Jean Delia, Chizuyo Hada, Mary Ann Amendolia, Betty Kern, Joann Priore, Loretta Mirenda, Dale Daly, Ann Barca, Lucille Petrilla, Mary Wright, Sherry Todd, Judy Polek, Virginia McGee, Gayle Hin- Student Council sey, Christine Harris. Third row: Harry Ashenfelter, Tom Bell, John Schulde, Bruce Duvall, Mary Fontana, Joan Zinsky, Kay McTyre, Carol Weber, Dottie Butler, Chris Joanides, Raymond Jackson, Bill Porreca, Art Ayling, Allen Thompson. Fourth row: Chris McTyre, Robert Bale, Frank Rugeria, Ken Farren, Carl Johnson, George Colodanato, Larry Desimone, Ralph Loper, Ben Simmerman, John Izzo, Bill McDevitt. PATRICIA ZEE Editor "Government of the students, by the students, and for the students," could very easily be the motto for our Student Council, which, under the capable leadership of its co-sponsors, Mrs. Hanna and Mr. Wurm, has done an outstanding job this year. Hub Staff Six interesting issues of the "Hub" went to press this year. The annual articles about Tuberculosis won our school first place in the county contest and a certificate in the State. Mr. Dawson's able guid- ance has done much to contribute to the success of our paper. Seated: Madelyn Puzzutelli, Bob Polocz, Head Photographer: Judy Schust, Exchange Editor: Doug Zee, Business Manager: Marge Zinsky, Co-Editor: Mr. Dawson, Sponsor: Connie Price, Co-Editor: Dale Sink, Sports Editor: Barbara Kutz, Art Staff Chairman: Doris Cappolino, Head Typist: Susan Eversole, As- sistant Business Manager. First row, standing: Bill Schober, Lin- da Murdock, Rachel Greenwood, Helen lipari, Anna Walters, Loretta Mirenda, Sharon Friedrich, Betty Bowe, Margie Thorn- ton, Ruth Haley, Miriam Ledden, Pat Cowgill, Dot Beach, Joyce Edwards, Joyce McConnell, Julia Bunn, Pete Wilden. Second row, standing: Brunhilde Seegar, Mary Fontana, Nancy Wooten, Jaan Banker, Niki Newcomb, Kitty Wright, Barbara Stewart, Jane Wilcox, Pat Masters, Dottie Butler, Linda Cassidy, JoAnn Vignolia, Eileen Albinson, Judy Polek, Chris Joanides. National Honor Society The National Honor Society is a nationwide organization which sets achievement for its members. high standards of scholarship and The members of the Glassboro Chapter are to be congragulated, as well as their able sponsor, Mrs. Sachs. ted: Carol McGee, Steve Cushner, Joan Brooks, Vice President Martin Ackermann, nsor Mrs. Sachs, Chizuyo Hada, Treasurer Dale Sink, Secretary Madelyn Puzzatelli. vding: Bruce Duvall, Eileen Albinson, Mary Fontana, Camille Brida, Helen Eastwood, n White, Judy Schust, Bob Polocz, Carol Weber, Carol Schneider, Carol Senior, lam ledden, Margie Callahan, Helen Lipari, Stephanie Slobodzian. Hall Patrol Secret Service Agents? No, that's the Hall Patrol-can be found "on guard" most everywhere you look. They are members of the Senior Class who give much of their time trying to keep peace and order in the school. Seated: Jane Wilcox, George Coladonato, Lew Atkinson, Chizuyo Hada, Captain, Mr. Wurm, Sponsor, Martin Ackerman, Captain, Dale Sink, Bob Turk, Ben Simmerman First row, standing: Muriel Wingert, Bob Polocz, Mary Ann Wolfbrandt, Stephanie Slo- badzian, Jim Hunter, Sharon Friedrich, Betty Bowe, Margie Callahan, Santina Bom bara, Herb Richman, Allen Thompson, Carol Schneider, Madelyn Puzzutelli, Bill Adams Kitty Wright. Second row: Joe Sorelli, Art Ayling, Aleta Collins, Ronnie DeBenedetto Judy Schust, Doug Zee, Barbara Kutz, Bob Butzbach, Carolyn McGee, Nick Menna Pete Mitchell. Senior Tri -Hi -Y The Glassboro Chapter of the Senior Tri-Hi-Y consists of twenty- five girls who do work and char- itable deeds for the community. Seated, left to right: Mary Ann Grillo, Jane Wilcox, Chaplain Barbara Stewart, Secre- tary Kitty Wright, President Kay McTyre, Vice President Sara Jane Frame, Treasurer Sharon Friedrich, Janet Bough, Carol Mecouch Juanita Carino. Standing: Betty Bowe, Ruth Searle, Ruth Scott, Judy Padgett, Evelyn Szymanski, Chris Eversole, Barbara Bennie, Betty Kirn, Joan Apostle. 1 Seated, left to right: Mrs. Dorothy Lutz, Judy Schust, Stephanie Slobodizan, Joe Colo- danato, Chris Eversole, Betty Bowe, Bob Polocz, Mrs. Josephine Della Porta. Second row: Richard Thompson, Pierre Willermet, Joan Montgomery, Gale Hinsey, Judy Pagett, Nikki Newcomb, Robert Hoy, Frank Ruggiero, Sandra Martin, Vera Konko, William Kanouse, Marion Clendenning, Barbaranne Farr. Library Council Standing, left to right: Bonnie Brown, Connie Sorelle, Barbara Dubois, Pat Stan- ton, Isabel Speich, Dianne Drolet, JoAnne Costanzo. Seated: Pat Estilow, Marita Max- well, Secretary, Joan Banker, Vice Presi- dentg Mrs. Verderose, librarian, Camille Brida, President, Muriel Wingert, Mary Anne Grillo. This club is composed of students who wish to make teaching their career. One of their activities is to raise a scholarship fund for a future teacher. Their sponsor is Mrs. Lucy Verderose. Assembly C ommiffee Future Teachers of America Seated, left to right: William Mitchell, Pat Estilow, Jane Wilcox, Sandra Gaines, Treasurer, Helen Lippari, Vice President, Mrs. Lucy Verderose, librarian, Betty Bowe, President, Loretta Mirenda, Secretary, Mar- gie Callahan, Muriel Wingert, Mary Ann Wolfbrant. Second row: Angela Piccarelli, Anna Kohn, Lucille Branca, Mary Ann Tar- toglione, Elaine Scheetz, Connie Price, Linda Murdock, Barbara DeEugenio, Judy Broady, Pat Masters, Doris Dougherty, Mary Deliransico, Sandra Flamma, Linda Jones, Julia Bunn, Linda Cassidy, Aileen Albinson, Joe Brooks. Third row: Linda Fontanello, Janice Briggs, Jo Ann Pissari, Virginia Fithian, Nancy Wooten, Barbara Robb, Shirley Chila, Mary Stewart, Mar- garet Mood, Victoria Ohlers, Connie So- relle, Sharon Butzboch, Judy Trautwein. Lafin Club Seated, left to right: Mary Ann Tartag- lione, Bill Pitt, Secretary and Treasurer Stephanie Slobodaizn, Sponsor Mrs. Mar- vin, Vice President Joyce Kaighn, Helen Lipari, Bruce Duvall, Mary Ann Wolf- brandt. Standing: Eileen Albinson, Joan Brooks, Joe Brooks, Donald Master, lo- rainne Wilt, Phil Crane. Vorld Affairs Council Under the leadership of Mrs. Fuller, this group discusses current topics, the news and attends lec- tures, pertinent to the events of the times. Left to right: Nina Pizzo, Muriel Wingert, Judy Padgett, President Barbara Stewart, Sponsor Mrs. Katherine Fuller, Vice-Presi- dent Donald Smith, Pat Estilow, Mary Ann Wolfbrandt. Standing: George Coladanato, Pat Masters, Sandra Gaines, Barbara Robb, William Kanouse. Russian Club Lett to right: Bruce Duvall, James Hunter, Vice President Carol McGee, Sponsor Ed- ward Carcaise, Madeline Puzzatelli, Rose- mary Mood, Mary Ann Wolfbrandt. Stand- ing: Steve Cushner, President Martin Acker- man, Robert Hoy, Pete Wilden, Helmuth Wilden. SENIOR PLAY "Goodnight, Ladies," our Senior Play, was a memora- ble, laugh provoking, 3-act comedy. As the plot revealed itself one hilarious situation followed another making the play a howling success. The entire cast outclid themselves on achievement, adaptability and hard work under the direction of Mrs. DellaPorta and Mrs- Revell. tr Mrs DellaPorta, Mrs. Seated, left to right: Judy Schust, Carol Schneider, Jimmy Hune , . Revell, Joe Colodonato, Madelyn Puzzutelli, Bob Polocz. First row, standing: Muriel Wingert, James Davis, Helen Eastwood, Phil Crane, Mary Kocilek, Judy Padgett, Eileen Albinson, Carol Senior, Brunhild Seeger, Judy Clark, June Judge, Mary Ann Wolfbrandt, Victoria Coney. Second row, standing: Carolyn McGee, Joann Vignola, Nikki Newcomb, Barbara ' ws Joe Brooks, Steve Cushner, Joy Handy, Florence Fisher, Kutz, Bill Pitt, Bob Burro , Nancy Bolton. .lesters Club The Jesters Club, sponsored by Mrs. Della Porta and Mrs. Revell, is a club organized to help develop the dramatic talents of our students. lt also presents a cure for anyone with "back stage fever." ,...-., " ,K 1 3' 1 ' bds! 1,402 W A, "' -M14 Y lv: X. 1 MM mama .mM..... 'WS Y V, Q R lmww 'QQ A 3 -3 A ffidfff 'flgfa ft fa , Q 95 fi ?! 'X fi Q fi Q Us K ,, ,,.. 53" 1 4233 Q N.. fi ., 'Q lk. uf 'D 5 ...nu-uv.. ,-an ! "TW I 5 - 01 ff?-3 ,- - 93'.',+ f: N W1 wear . LH QV BWI: ygf if fv??fff?3gTg2!'1' 'Y' W gSg3'22'5 W P7 A' ' f M WF Tl lx ' My 3,45 x'!:,I. W V A " 'TW WF 1 W' ". Y: J A I I 1 'Ig 'F ' f ' N Ev-neslzlrxe. 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Overbrook Regional .. 7 18 7 26 15 Clayton Paulsboro YR ',i:ss2,, - Q-:. - an - ITT: - - fiff - -wrt 5:44 j- f 1? ie V -'fK'.f0n-,Art way, 1 ' 'H' :-li, f f- 'affe':"-'4+1,1.-mi! Front row: Phil Caltabiano, Bill Tate. Left to right: Bob Teague, Ted Conover, Lew Atkinson, Bob Harm- er, Gil Harden, Bill McDevitt, Captain, Bob Barratt, Fred Carter, John Grosso, Ben Simmerman, Ralph Loper. Second row: Coach Raymond Rollins, Ernie Baker, Chester Sanders, Bob Viden, John Izzo, Bob Frazier, Ronald Rhodes, Bill Bruck, Phil Irish, Jim The Bulldogs of Glassboro High School provided their followers with an exciting, if not successful, season, with 3 glorious victories and 5 very close losses. They set a record of 3 straight victories over Woodbury, and ended the season with an upsetting victory over Colonial Conference champions, Paulsboro. sb V swim ws...-- l : X T jd-tm 1 . 5 12-fit -- Q . f' UF. . K KE T gi ss. js?" - . Q fi fm' -11' ,L - it an - -Q-swrku-so Y I' rs i 4 bfi' . , 1,'l" ,rit ' .I 43" X sit rs", i ... ft! ' ,, Q' 'tvtfgfs ' b W r, X is 51' AMT' 1 .'y.,gg-Ls, if u . - - . . I5 . ,wx Hmm ' , 1- ,:,., ' Q Jyt ' . P Dow, Bob Turk, Richard Weatherby, Rob Connolly, Coach James Doyle, Coach Robert Connolly. Third row: Jack Schellenburger, Douglas Ealey, Dennis Lynch, Joe Brown, Woodrow Wiiliams, Tommy Divers, Richard Dow, Frank Ruggiero, Eddy Taggert, Ed Schellenburger, Steve Semersky, Douglas Rankert, Nick McAngleous, Gerald Hawkins, Ogden Williams. ... if Y rw , r Ni ' L digg wb ' F K U ,t 5 .11 48 Q ,R gas? 5 4. . Q I eg 'fi' '1- 4 'S "' S E -uf 4 W l ' , 1' v 3 . 1 -as it V f x Y' N , f it .. X . .. tl, S fs , 3 s .V 1 if e.. . 5 . 51, ,jx 4 K s 'f T 1 'ffl ii' , . ,lie-.,4 ,FA -H gui-, A -, it . he . slim fall'filg'-?'l:W.':'5lf5'Msd2lf 'M A 1 5 X , ---ij r f I22 J nn... '52 , 1 an-Qmnnmmm.-w.+wwM,Mk..,. ,K 3 1-...vv"" Q igf, 'K N" ,vw L Siggg QAM 5 F is - -wfmkw. b,,...,-f-- Q , L Kg E Ei 5 Q ' 45 f :A 5 I .f BEN RICHARDS ...mal THF" LARRY DeSIMONE SAMMY DAVIS PI'III- IRISH W' as IMMY Dow BARRY BAILEY TRACK "A cloud of dust" and they're off-to break and set a track record under the able coaching of Mr. James Doyle. J Fronf row, lef? To right: Woody Williams, George Coladonato, Phil Irish, Joe Brooks, Doug Zee, Ben Richards. Middle row: Sammy Davis, Jr., James Dow, larry Di- Simone, Barry Bailey, Sieve Smersky. Back row: Coach James Doyle, Bill Davis, Fred Carter, Chester Saunders, Carmen Manu, Coach Glenn Everharl. JOE BROOKS WRESTLING ? if .. , ,g--W " YE, DOUGLAS ZEE GEORGE COLADONATO Mat burns and black eyes are sure signs of a wrestler but they are signs of which they are proud. This year the wrestling team has a new coach, Mr. Sarkas, and has shown constant improvement, good sportsmanship and a great deal of team spirit. Standing, left Captain 4, AMES DOW t1g,Q Sanderlin, Bob Frazier, Ogden Williams, Tom Divers, Ronald Rhodes, Bill Davis, Richard Dow, Ronald Kane. Kneeling: David Tate, Milton Moore, George Allen Jock Oberst Coach William Sarkas to right. James Dow, John Izzo, John ROBERT FRAZIER 44 aiu. Mcosvm Rosem' BARRATT B05 FRANK FRESHMAN BASEBALL Front row: Denny Lynch, Earl Washington, Jerry Anderson, Ed Schellenberger, Richard Thompson. Second row: Sam Brown, Richard Dow, Bob Connolly, Frank Ruggiero, Charles Collins. Third row: Charles Kimly, Dale McCully, Jack Schellenbergor, Reggie Berkheiser, Tom Divers, Mr. Homan, Coach. RONALD DeBENNEDETTO ALLEN THOMPSON BASEBALL "Batter up" is the official cry of our boys as they swing into the baseball season and a successful year, under the direction of their hard-hitting coaches, Mr. Rollins, Mr. Earl Hinton and Mr. Homan. VARSITY BASEBALL Front row, left to right: Allen Thompson, Robert Barratt, Ronald De Bennedetto, Bill McDevitt, Robert Frazer and Dale Sink, Manager. Top row: Coach Raymond Rollins, Lewis Atkinson, William Clark, Richard Lippincot, Robert Viden, Edward Taggart, Ronald Rhodes. F! my J ,, X ,W ., X l Ji, X L ,X . Pl yy! . Sammi! "' ' 'f' QSSBW' NTT? Q Q f f A ' V. wk Twirlers Glassboro can be proud of her Twirl- ers, aside from being good-looking, they can really spin those batons. Color Guard W "Forward, march," are the commands executed so precisely on our football field by the Color Guard, as they accompany our Band. Captain Kitty Wright, Janet Baugh, Marita Maxwell, Mary Fontana, Connie Price, and J.V. Captain Margie Zinsky. Band With a clank of the cymbals and a beat from the Left to right: Connie Weber, Ruth Searle, drums the Band is off! Whether on the football field or Evelyn Slymvnski, -lo-Ann Costunzo, Lucille the concert stage, this group, with their director Mr. B""'C"' Joan Almfle' Benigno, make music at its best. r I Band Director RUSSELL BENIGNO Cheerleaders The ten peppiest girls in the county make up our cheerleading squad, a definite added attraction to our sports events and pep rallies. J.V. CHEERLEADERS 1 l l VARSlTY CHEERLEADERS Front to back: Captain Mary Ann Tubertini, Mary Ann Grillo, Kathy Murphy, Juanita Carina, , Barbara De Eugenio, Sara Jane Frame, Mary Todaro, Chris Eversole, Billie Ann Roberson, Mary De Francisco. eft to right: Jeanette Soio, Gail Hinsey, Joyce Edwards, Ginger Magee, Linda Murdock, Elaine Sheets, Betty Jane Camilo. Left ta right: Captain Phyllis Cooke. Executive Committee, Kneeling: Alice D'Amico, Anna Walter, Phyllis Cooke, Joan Brooks, Margie Phillips. Second row: Dolores Maclin, Carol Brow, Rachel Greenwood, Virginia Bachelor, Maureen Ford, Rachel Thornton. Third row: Lorraine Alminda, Lois Calhoun, Judy Petit, Connie Bonino, Shirley Richardson. Fourth row: Dolores Thornton, Tersea Watton, Joyce Roun, Evelyn Randal, Margie Smith, Carol Cattell. Fifth row: Karen Hall, Shirley Chila, Marie Bumgart, Jean DePasquale, Doris Thornton. Sixth raw: Marian Crumley, Anne Ketschek, Joy Turner, Eileen Albinson, Margie Thornton, lrene Thompson. Seventh row: Barbara Connor, Nancy Wooten, Mirian Divers, Juanita Graves, Cristine Harris. Eighth row: Cordelia Thompson, Margaret Mood, Sandra Byrne, Diane Horace, Mr. Benigno, Barbara Falk, Dottie Sieple, Mary Hasher, Joan Goettle. Drill Team The Drill Team, newly formed this year, is composed of a group of girls known as the Twirlettes. Under the direction of Russell Benigno and their captain, Phyllis Cooke, they were a colorful added attraction to our football games. H7 CAROL MECOUCH , GSS. 45 'SNL 'sf W .5 my , 'W . - ' 1+ . fi li-I I I ff. fs -mi s - 1' ff , ., 'T V- , If 1' my , k ja, -.1 ji ,.- Q , ,. gf:- qv get Aw -,Q ,sf I .si 1 . ,, M,WA,is,, . sf .Lf . .4'f's-f- 'K - -ss, , Z: " , nf 59- ' ,M fs ' ' 1 ' K 9, f. 11 f W E ww Q fn Y is K, ff f ,sf Wyse X s W. 4 W Q 3534651 XT ze f " iw 1 K+ 4 In A ggi mi T BETTY Bows VARSITY HOCKEY Left to right: Coach Lillian Haas, Joan Apostle, Sandra Gains, Betty Bowe, Kay Morgan, Mary Todaro, Mary Beach, Carol Mecouch, Joan Zinski, Barbara Robb, Kitty Wright, Patty Masters, Kathy Browne, Patty Zee. f A on--s.L,w.sMW-a,.,..s MARY TODARO KITTY WRIGHT H K JOASGISSSISTLE "Hockey is a running game!" It's also one of the most exciting of our girl's sports. It is coached by Miss Haas and Mrs. Sergerson. JUNIOR-VARSITY HOCKEY Left to right: Coach Lillian Haas, Mildred Walls, Kathy Murphy, Bonnie Adams, Arlene Dixon, Delores Good, Ethel Green, Phyllis Cunditf, Jan Briggs, Gale Hinsey, Marita Maxwell, Linda Cassidy, Sharon Butzbach, Florence Coles, Marjorie Zinsky, Kay McTyre, Evelyn Washington, Judy Brody. JOAN APOSTLE JANE WILCOX e. I' . rmuffff- - cmzuvo HADA BETTY BOWE VARSITY BASKETBALL -l-V- BASKETBALL ge,-ned, Manage, Eleuno,-e Davis, Kay Morgan, Joan Wilson, Seated: Manager Elinore Davis, Joy Turner, Sharon Butzbach loan Apostle, Chiz Hada, Betty Bawe. 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OVEN-READY AT ALL TIMES GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS CATTELL'S JEWELRY Fine Diamonds and Watches "Guaranteed Watch Repairing n 53 N. MAIN STREET GLASSBORO, N, I. Phone: TUlip 1-2732 128 .IACKSON'S MARKET A COMPLETE LINE OF QUALITY FOODS BLACK HORSE PIKE TURNERSVILLE, N. I. PIKE REALTY CO., INC. INSURANCE, MORTGAGES 6 REAL ESTATE BLACKNVOOD, N. J. DIEHL ELECTRIC HOUSE WIRING - APPLIANCES IIOTPOINT - TELEVISION Telephone: Store-CAnal 8-0663 49 S. BLACK HORSE PIKE BLACKWOOD, N. I. Compliments of VOGEL'S MARKET HURFFVILLE, N. J. 'A' Home Cooking CAnal 7-0099 .IORDAN'S DINER SEAFOOD - STEAKS - CHOPS SANDWICHES - Plenty of Parking Space - RL 42 Black Horse Pike Turnersville, N. J. PAUL JOYCE, INC. REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE 18 BLACK HORSE PIKE RUNNEMEOE, N. I. YE 1-6200 "Joyce Insurance Covers Any Riskn LANG'S TIRE HOUSE Factory Distributors for Any Major Brand Tire WE GUARANTEE ALL RECAPS WE FIX, BUY, and SELL ALL SIZE TIRES Phone: TUIip 1-4500 DELSEA DRIVE-IN 1-HOUR CLEANERS 410 DELSEA DRIVE cLAssBoRo, N. J. R. Lang Jos. A. Lang Phone: TU1ip 1-1810 1 i l 1 I29 GLASSBORO LUMBER CO. LUMBER - MILLWORK - HARDWARE BUILDING MATERIAL LEHIGH COAL - FUEL OIL Obzice: Corner High 61 Central Streets Glassboro, N. I. Phone: TU 1-3300 MURPHY'S DELICATESSEN 423 s. BROADWAY PITMAN, N. J., CROCE1-was - COLD CUTS ICE CREAM SUBMARINES - AND SANDWICHES OF ALL KINDS Phone: LU 9-9608 GLASSBORO SPORTS CENTER SPORTING GOODS OUTBOARD MOTORS Sales - Service - Parts GUNS - AMMUNITION 318 NO. Main Street Classboro, N. I. TU 1-6727 VICTOR-LINENS 8. GIFTS LINENS FOR YOUR HOPE CHEST GIFTS FOR EVERY OCCASION 26 S. BROADWAY PITMAN, N. I. THE NUT SHOP NUTS - CANDIES GREETING CARDS - GIFTS 213 W. HIGH STREET GLASSBORO, N. I. Phone: TU 1-4616 Dinners I: Luncheons - Pizza Pies Package Goods MlCHAEL'S MAIN and DELSEA DRIVE AT THE POINT We Deliver TUlip 1-0030 LUther 9-5841 The WEBB PRESS Printers 125 W. WOODLAND AVE. PITMAN, N. I. GLASSBORO FEED STORE 55 N. MAIN STREET CLASSBORO, N. Phone: TUlip 1-2606 John Siluestri - Paul Lisa Owners 130 LENTZ FARM MARKET SALEM PIKE MANTUA GROVE TI 5-9461 FRESH FRUIT if VEGETABLES IN SEASON POULTRY FRESH-KILLED - Closed Sundays - MARZO GROCERY 89 N. MAIN STREET MULLICA HILL, N. I. CR 8-6301 CHARLES SAMUELIAN CLEANERS 81 DYERS Tailoring - Expert Rug Cleaning Fur Cleaning, Repairing rf: Storage Repairing - Weaving - Cutting Bending - Fitting 58 No. Main 'Street, Classboro, N. I. Phone: TU1ip 1-9122 VISIT THE SWEATER STORE for your School Sweater "ALL AMERICAN" AWARD SWEATERS - IOOWJ Wool-Shalcernit - Coat or Pullover Style - With or Without Stripes - Boys' or Girls' - All Sizes in Stock - Complete Stoek of Maiorette Boots, Batons, etc. PEARSON SPORTING' GOODS 1010 Chestnut St. Phila. 7, Pa. I. C. DILKES CERTIFIED FARM MARKET FARM-FRESH FRUIT vb PRODUCE CIDER-Wholesale if Retail Tel. UL 7-1488 Barnsboro, N. I. Phone TU 1-4547 NICK LIPARI EXCAVATING CONTRACTOR NEW-HOLLY STREET CLASSBORO, N. I. WILLOUGHBY 8. COLLINS GUARANTEED USED CARS NO. DELSEA DRIVE TUlip 1-0492 Bill Willoughby LUther 9-6355 EAT BETTER FOR LESS CROSS' COUNTRY MARKET 38 S. MAIN STREET MULLICA HILL, N. I. Complete Line of Meats, Frozen Food and Freezer Food Plan CR 8-6351 3 1 2 - l 131 LEVY'S MEN'S 8. BOYS' WEAR Arrow and B.V.D. Shirts Swank lewelry - Hickok Belts Champ Hats, Sport Chief Jackets "Glassboro" Gym Suits, Sweaters and Sweat Shirts 20 E. High Street Glassboro, N. I Compliments of DR. JERRY J. KASREL OPTOMETHIST CLASSBORO, N. J. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK GLASSBORO, N. J. Main OHice: Main 8: High Sts. Broadway Branch: N. Main St. Sz Green Ave. Complete Banking Services Available at Our Branch Drive-in Windows if Parking Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. ABBOTT'S DRUG STORE 10-12 HIGH STREET CLASSBORO, N. I. Phone TU 1-5121 DRUGS - TOILETRIES - SUNDRIES Let Us Fill Your Prescription Needs ABE'S RADIO 81 T.V. SERVICE Phone: TU 1- 1441 Recapping - Vulcanizing - Factory Methods Goodyear Tires MITCHELL TIRE SERVICE No. Delsea Dr. and Bristol Dr. Classboro, N. I. Service ls the Biggest Part of Our Name TU 1-6868 Compliments of JOHN S. BELL Funeral Director WILLIAMSTOWN, N. J. Tel.: TU 1-4525 CRANE OIL COMPANY DELSEA DRIVE CLAYTON, N. I. Distributors of Essotane Bottle Gas - Esso Oil Burners Esso Heat if Fuel Oil - Esso Motor Oil l 132 CHARLES FISHER CHEVROLET SERVICE SALES and SERVICE BROADWAY at PARK AVE. PITMAN, N. J. LU 9-2020 TU 1-2767 State Licensed WALKER'S RIDGE NURSING HOME FOR AGED, CHRONIC and CONVALESCENT WOMEN Miriam Walker, R.N. 308 Swarthmore Road Glassboro, N. J. KING COLE MOTEL 18 Miles South of Phila., Pa. 3 Miles North of NVilIiamStown on Black Horse Pike Route 42 -- AIR CONDITIONED - Phone NA 9703 Compliments of EVANS-HAINES DAIRY PRODUCTS HURFFVILLE, N. 1. Compliments of OSCAR K. HEGGAN CANNERY, STORAGE, and FRUIT FARMS CLASSBORO - CROSS KEYS RD. SEWELL 3, N. J. TU 1-5222 J. J. FAZZIO MACHINE SHOP CROSS KEYS ROAD GLASSBORO, N. 1. TU 1-2832 WILMER ZEE ORCHARDS RICHWOOD, N. 1. -A' EL. STURGESS 81 SONS, Inc. President-VV. Russell Sturgcss INSURANCE IN ALL BRANCHES 127 STATE STREET GLASSBORO, N. J. 133 MERRITT'S HOUSE OF FLOWERS The Name to Remember for the Highest Quality in Flowers, Corsages and Arrangements -You Will Be Glad You Called- LU 9-4172 Merritt's-Broadway Pitman, N. I F. S. PEARSON 8. SONS Inc. DELSEA DRIVE HURFFVILLE, N. J. CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH FARMALL TRACTORS FARM MACHINERY G. E. APPLIANCES SERVING THE THIRD GENERATION MILLSIDE DAIRY PRODUCTS J. C. GRANT LUther 9-5774 HURFFVILLE, N. J. YOU ARE INVITED TO VISIT The CROSSROADS DAIRY BAR DELSEA DR. 61 CROSS KEYS RD. HURFFVILLE, N. I. WHlTE'S FLOWER SHOP 38 E. HIGH STREET CLASSBORO, N. J. 'FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS" Phone TU 1-2844 A. A. WEISNER'S SONS En. 1910 CEMETERY MEMORIALS 18 No. ACADEMY ST. GLASSBORO, N. J. TU 1-2707 Where Expense Is a Matter of Your Own Choice Compliments Compliments of Of I MULLICA HILL ARCH S GROCERY STORE TASTEE FREEZE MULLICA HILL, N. 'A' Ray if Marie Titus I ELITE BAKERY MAKERS OF FINE CAKES and PASTRIES 208 W. HIGH STREET CLASSBORO, N. I. TU1ip 1-6644 .IOE'S SUB SHOP 11 WEST HIGH STREET GLASSBORO, N. I. FOR THE BEST SUBS IN TOWN AFTER THE GAME Phone: TUlip 1-9879 PETE CLARK POINT MOTORS 100 N. DELSEA DRIVE GLASSBORO, N. J. GEORGE STOCKLIFF 9 EAST HIGH STREET MEN,S CLOTHING - SHOES Remember All That Glitters Is Not Gold Bus.: TU 1-0050 Res.: 1-1615 TUlip 1-0631 CORN TOMATOES I'IOWARD'5 MOTORS Sales - INTERNATIONAL - Service LEDDEN FARM AUTO 0 TRUCK REPAIRS Since 1876 Body and Fender Work AURNRICHVVOOD ROAD 24-Hour Towing Service ASPARAGUS TUHP 1-6375 49 S. Delsea Dr, Classboro, N. I. GLASSBORO COLD STORAGE CORP. DELSEA DR. asf GROVE sT. GLAssBoRo, N. J. TU 1-5300 COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION STORAGE INDIVIDUAL FREEZER LOCKERS Compliments of LAURENCE T. COSTANZO, D. S. C. I35 DODSON'S FLOOR COVERAGE STORE TILE - LINOLEUM MOHAWK RUGS SOUTH DELSEA DR. GLASSBORO, N. J. Telephone: TU 1-4868 WM. P. CHEADLE, JR., Inc. REAL ESTATE GENERAL INSURANCE 9 S. DELSEA DRIVE GLASSBORO, N. I. TUIip 1-8495 APPLES PEACHES JOHN B. SMITH FRUIT GROWER RICHWOOD AURA ROAD GLASSBORO, N. J. STRAWBE RRI ES ASPARAGUS WATSON DRESS FACTORY 107 W. JERSEY AVENUE PITMAN, N. I. Phone: LUther 9-6206 Helen E. Echoaf, Prop. CROSS KEYS ELECTRONICS RADIO if TV REPAIR FRANK WALSTON, JR. NA 9-5101 OLD BLACK HORSE PIKE DIAMONDS - WATCHES - JEWELRY D'AMICO'S JEWELRY WATCH - CLOCK - JEWELRY REPAIRING 213 Ellis Street TUlip 1-5247 Glassboro, N. I. MARSH EXPRESS DAILY TRIPS TO PHILADELPHIA and RETURN D. WV. Garrigues, Ir., Owner Home Phone-NA 9-8607 Phila. Phone-MA 7-0311 THOMAS C. STEWART AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Specialists on Electrical Service Starters - Lights - Generators Ignition - Fuel Pumps - Etc. 221 N. Delsea Drive TU 1-5020 136 Compliments of SOUTH JERSEY ADV. CO. 1299 NORTH DELSEA DRIVE GLASSBORO, N. j. CONGRATULATIONS, GLASSBORO SENIORS! PHOTOGRAPHY by MARTIN STUDIOS 32 E. HIGH STREET TUIip 1-1954 Phone: LUther 9-3885 Parties if Banquets by Arrangement PEACH BI.O MANOR ROUTE 322, RICHWOOD, N. J. Serving the Finest Country Fried Chicken Open Only on Emma S. Eves Saturdays 4 to 7 Gertrude E. Stove BELl'S BUS SERVICE CHARTERED TRIPS PLANNED CHURCHES and SCHOOLS A SPECIALTY George Bell Lovers Lane TUlip 1-3489 Glassboro, N. I. NAtional 9-6659 ROBlNSON'S BAR-B-QUE SANDWICHES ORDERS TO TAKE OUT JUIIIBO SHRIMP - FRENCH FRIES Delsea Drive 6: Stanger Ave. Glassboro, N. I. BERG'S LADIES' 8 CHILDREN'S WEAR ALSO HOSIERY if UNDERWEAR NOVELTY GOODS FOR GIFTS 19 E. HIGH STREET CLASSBORO, N. I. Compliments of GLASSBORO THEATER HIGH as: ACADEMY U 1-9764 LUTZ DRUG STORE PRESCRIPTIONS HALLMARK CARDS Eastman Kodak Agency 104 E. High Street fTheater Buildingj Glassboro, N. I. 137 TILE WORK - LINOLEUM CONGOWALL We Specialize in Inlaid Linoleum WILLIAMSTOWN FLOOR COVERING SERVICE N. BLACK HORSE PIKE WILLIAMSTOWN, N. I. N Ational 9-7192 Mike Pluguez, Prop. WILLIAM T. BRUCK HARDWOOD, LINOLEUM I: TILE FLOORS CERAMIC if PLASTIC WALL TILE FLOOR SANDING if FINISHING Phone: TU 1-5115 TUlip 1-2592 Homelite Chain Saws ALBERT WEBER Homelite Sales 81 Services MONROEVILLE, N. I. WILLIAMSTOWN MOTORS DeSOTO - PLYMOUTH - DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS Black Horse Pike at Saybrook Ave. Williamstown, N. I. James Bellino Phone: NA 9-6444 Compliments of GARDEN STATE FRUIT FARM WM. HARRY MADARA RICHWOOD, N. I. Compliments of McFADDEN'S VARIETY STORE 3 SOUTH MAIN STREET CLASSBORO, N. J. FORTE'S BEAUTY SALON Specializing in HAIR STYLING - HAIR TINTING PERMANENT WAVING - LAMP CUT 600 Heston Road Corner of Heston Road Compliments of MOLLY'S LUNCHEONETTE Tempting Sandwiches - Fountain Service Specialty if Hot Roast Beef Sandwich Meat Ball Sandwich - Subs - Steaks 30 E. High Street and Carpenter Street LU 9-7332 TU 1-9761 Glassboro, N. I. 138 Compliments of DR. WILLIAM PEARLSTEIN and FAMILY 'A' T. RUSSELL McCLURE, Agenf Farm Family Life Insurance Company R.D. No. 4, Sewell, N. J. 157 Delaware Ave., Delmar, N. Y. "Organized by the Farm Bureaus in the Nortlzeastv Congratulations to the Class of '59, from STEELMAN BUSINESS SCHOOL 502 Linden St., Camden 2, N. 0 XVOodlawn 4-3369 Complete Business Training for STENOGRAPHERS, SECRETARIES, vb ACCOUNTANTS I ndioiclual Instruction Day or Evening Classes 0 Special Summer Classes YEARBOOK FRIENDS DeGEORGE'S AMOCO STATION NORMAN M. CHEW, Florist MR. Br MRS. DAVID SAGERS MR. Br MRS. H. A. DOWN CHARLES GOODWIN OLLIE HAZELWOOD IDA'S BEAUTY SHOP DR. CLARENCE DAVIS JAMES WILLIAMS BILL'S FISH MARKET MR. Br MRS. VINCENT CONSALO JACK'S BARBER SHOP STOVALL'S GROCERY STORE ROBERT J. EGIZI BENNY'S BARBER SHOP DR. WEISS MR. Sz MRS. WALTER POLEK TALL PINES INN MR. 61 MRS. MICHAEL DiBELLA FULTON'S STORE PITMAN GULF SERVICE HERMAN'S SHOE REPAIR SERVICE SAM VVATERS PHIL'S BARBER SHOP ENDICOTT JOHNSON SHOE CO. STECK'S PITMAN BAKERY OSCAR'S 81 MARGE'S MR. 81 MRS. FRANK STUBBINS A FRIEND DONALD MASON MR. 61 MRS. CHARLES EASTNVOOD A FRIEND DR. NVILLIAM ACKERMANN MR. 6: MRS. 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