Glen Cove High School - Profile Yearbook (Glen Cove, NY)

 - Class of 1958

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z ., 1-he makeup crew prachces on her u self In preparallon for 'lhe Masquers i 33' V4 . 9 ef. 1. fs . 5? e R A ' k i wwf' . Easy come. easy go. . . . .lean Kolk, of R , ..,, ? , x ' y . .465 I X Evjf " 1' , ,A fy .I 1 : ' , - 13,54-jg . . we 1' fu' . - 4 5? .Z 5 , ISU" at ,,g,5-'qw Q gn. A-- F -Z, 2' '-j l -71.121 ' 0 , '- ' -.ff f, , if 1 ., X I .. E l" l 1251 2 cg X .5 Q , When will 'lhey inslall dial phones in lhis school so lhal Peler Parker Rice won'l' have lo argue wi'l'h 'lhe opera- lor? Maflhew Young's glasses need ad- iusfmenf-why else would he bypass l'he audilorium s'l'airs lo reach B. Tracy. N. Finkelslein, and J. Graf? Here's 'lo a lirsl' year foolball player and 'l'he way he does 'lhe hula hop, as his fellow ini'l'ia'l'es T. Cappadonna, R. Perry. J. Baade, and A. Mc- Carlhy wail' lheir 'l'urn. Geisha girl, GCHS s'l'yle .... Roz Coleman praclices her dance for Teahouse. 26 50v+-'fu V-1 muy--Q71 gif' ,w ' " ,cy -' , f . ' ' 1 -.f7,",'Zi "Lady Aslor very lucky goal' Boss." says Sakini 'lo Fisby. B. Lewis, N.. Culbrelh. R. Acier- no. C. Slehlin. Socia Al' lhe pep rally we buried Por'l'. bul don"l' look al The score. A. Familelli, C- Pe'l'l'0ClCl. B. Trubish, M. Krafiack, S. Fellizon, L. Mackay, B. Anderson, J. Giambruno, A. Norvih: B. Brill' lies in s'l'ale. To know is nofhing af all: fo imagine is everyfhing. Analole France. Chewing each moufhful 28 limes, lhe Fasf Eafers Club adarns 'lhe lunch- room. T. Press, R. Wessel, H. Gold- haber. G. Lamb, M. Davis, H. Lipion, E. Kaufman, A. Weil. limbers 1 l should have had a kimona made. When you said formal l ihoughf fhis balhrobe would do. remarked Cap'l'. Fisby al' his birlhday celebralion in 'I'he 'leahouse of l-he Augusl' moon. " ' f . - ,Malmo I You're in 'lhe spo'l'ligh'l' if you Jia: are Sandy Newman'f. friend. Rehearsal for Teahouse. Happy Birlhday. Mr. Lamber- son. 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ADMISSIOPL - fe W V 'I 5 ii., ,Lf Nl Trail Marker fini TABLE OF CONTENTS Z, ,,"'2'?""f Introduction . .. . . .5 Athletics .... ...ll 'rf' School Life... ...ZI Activities... ....35 Senior Class 53 Advertisements ..... 85 lndex .......... ...99 -f 1. 21' 7: ' 'f f' 4' , TW Q f ' v ,AF aff J' ff Am ,M --bi W. ,-.,. .uf JVC! . ,z u Auf? ll-1 1- ,4 -M19 E' -M A WQEQQ 9 S it t 5 : f .il wag- 0 0 a , 1 QM!- 5... 3' 4 :ge Q Q 9 ' BOARD OF EDUCATION-Front Row, left to right: Thomas Bianconi, Mrs. Norma Rinschler, Mrs. Raymond Hedger, Dr, Garret Duryea. Second Row: Sidney Samuels, James Slack. Directors of ffairs WALTER R. SMITH Superintendent of Schools ANDREW C. BONGIORNO Administrative Assistant . , 'rift 4,,,,.,- ,H , is " A Wu--v N 42' f 1 it I X f, faq., :Z K . I . , .4 4. ' 'fif 3124: , I , X 1 I , M7 , f 1 .I i r 01' if . f I 4 Wt E fs ff f K ' of "Announcements please!" The familiar daily phrase over the loudspeaker makes us well aware of all that has been done by the executive arm of our school. The administration is constantly striving to make of Glen Cove High School the acme of scholarship and to instill into the students an awareness of social responsibility. The Senior class of l958 extends its thanks to the administra- tion tor setting us "on the upward trail" towards these goals. "That is all!" J. CAMERON MAIDEN High School Principal ffm' . CARLETON H. BENTLEY Assistant Principal up K .mu 5,0 h. 1 'kj .4131 wuz. Q ,, if .X 1 lx .Nitty . . .4 t V 4 X ' l T - li. QSM va izskj -Q-......... lima-u 1 ive' vi-1 lr'-. sv-mu? V- l V i 5 4-' S x kr I r X MEDlCAL STAFF: Left to right: Barbara Colgan, D.H., Arthur Kabnick, M.D., Elizabeth Brown, RN. lnot picturedl. OFFICE STAFF: Left to right: Miss Swander, Mrs. Finn, Mrs. Capobianco, Mrs. Jensen, Miss Johnson. tis. The Team T-E-A-M Yea, Team! What Team? Why, THE TEAM of course! The team has four platoons. The custodial staFF keeps the building in ship-shape condition-heat where and when you want it. The clerical stat? in the ofhce does a great iob compil- ing the vital statistics for the archives. The cafeteria staff is in charge of the daily bill of fare and the nurse's office is where you go to reclihe should the din of educational battle ruffle your frayed nerve endings. -6 ' .fr i ff' - !"'l -4 -Stix f L-We 9 lw N 71- ui If z,f,l' 9 EWU! 1'-' Q 5 ---7-Y xc, illfi-' I . CAFETERIA STAFF: Lett to right: Mrs. Coffee, Mrs. Gozelski, Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. Dowling. CUSTODIAL STAFF: Front Row, left to right: T. Scpulo, E. Nowak. Second Row: J. Putula, E. Mealing, J. Sepcenski. Keepers of the Code Book , u-, Louise 'McCu'lley K .nf s .-- ty , l 24 lk . V ' . ' v 'a' 'AIN . 5 ,A fr I '20 5. -Ruth Richardson, X J Z' 4 IAQ if l Rosemary Cahill Sayles Clark Thomas Berry GFGCE gg.. V.: .J -.., h W 1.---. L ll lk if .D e X Adolph Mary -lesaaqs 5'-1 i Yrx X ,r tvs ' x ' f i, .:'w A -H ' 1 9' e i, f '41 'A our ill' at -. W Q' . . 9 ,yr 4, .- I X X, xx X . , , K 'xi K 4:,,,..v.,,,:, Wi WM, ,.x.,N, .,.4, .A ,- -:.e,:.a.l. :LL Chqgles l.oqietfanMcVNuinara 'Rosalie Meola Anastasia Mullin h William hw .. H A, u -if ff 4 " - --'17 F 'WA ' 1 ,T , rd 4- lm, 'X F, 4' A Arnold 'Rofhsfel-n I. Louis Schechtmun ,Wx Fa .. 1- . 'V nv, .X I ., WZ v , A ,f ""' x . 1-' Q r. V h,,,W,, . ff Im. 'c fi - A, VI w mf X , . i 1 V' 52+ . v Elinor Schmiiz Robert 'S K' -we or Fred Dilhennu mf , ,Elizabeth Brown I F ' K , -S. xl-1 Jnr ,, .L,w i '- 1 . "' ,g-rg? ..p?-.H-. V Dlmcanbonald James Butz - . 5 Y . I l v Helen DuBois Vera Keeney 1 I E f". 1 tl 11 lb f., .' 'ali' If 1'-ful an ya Henry Newton FT Y 1 I A A n n 1-1, , , Idmei Shetland i Z 4 ,,., iff, 1 Ai., Henry Enzian ' 7 46, L- gfe- 5 X John Lamberson John liggero ROdeI'iCk MGCDOHGH 1' -sc 1 'sv I . X F Hi 1, s A . Florence Olicnslry Richard 0'Rourke Anne Quilty A 'Hx 'z -!, ' b . . f,--f-' , Advise, guide, and instruct! To the members of the faculty, falls the difficult and sometimes un- rewarding task of doing all three. A big enough iob you say? And this, despite T.V., "pop tunes," dates, and the myriad of other distractions which the faculty must overcome. Ot course, the gentle pres- sure of marks is an excellent lubricant at persua- sion. Thus, approximately l75 seniors do pass courses each year, do graduate and do reflect honor and tribute to the fine eftorts of dedicated individuals. Teresa Familetti ? . si f- Frank Martin 1 , , . t s. . A ' : 7? sL,Al Marilyn Reichert Charles Reisert 'LA Av .Q -'a Maud Shenton Kathryn Smith Robert Taylor Gertrude VcmEman Joyce Vernillo wi ,L 1 -, L fl' 'Xe' 14, 44 if cal V 5 an 3 R6 -- 4- , .V . 3 . I 'ff , ' 3 745, I ir ' , U , 4, -V!! Q- h my f W , t 'W . , K ' f l ' ax, f if , , izq 4, 1 uni I 2 'qxk-. , f ' ' :-ff, . I I Q- ..,,. " .' 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Q K, u. H. .Kiwi gy-f at ,,, r' fit t Q Q-. 1. O .I 4' A 4 V -' i ig ,. ii-il L25-I The Slope 1.1 ,sm 44 -1. 't1 25 ?"'+3X ?i LX may GOLF: A. Ciampi, First Row, left to right: E. Borum, D. Giovinazzo, J. Minsky, J. Connolly, C. Abate, L. Finn. Second Row: R. Groblewski, J. Domaradzki, B. Shields, L. Basile, B. Poole, R. Morgan. Angelo Ciampi putts it mildly, for and might break a window. 4 X i E' , .2 he's practicing in the oval, 'P ,. Q 2 2 f v 1, I wiv. W 1 W' H51 'Q' 0 Y' I 1 L 0 xx 1 M ' .3595 Golf l After dropping the season's opener to New York City's top golf team, Bayside High, Glen Cove's perennial link Borum, and power, led by captain Angelo Ciampi, Ernie opposition. Dom Giovannazzo, mowed down league Chaminade was the only team that succeeded in coming close Covers cap- to beating the Covers by eking out a tie. The tured the North Shore crown, the Nassau County title, the Section Eight laurels. Glen Glen Glen Glen Glen Glen Glen Glen Glen Glen Glen Glen Glen Glen Glen Cove Cove Cove Cove Cove Cove Cove Cove Cove Cove Cove Cove Cove Cove Cove SCORES 7 V2 l O V2 8 l 9 0 7 O 8 V2 V2 8 l 8 'l 8 l 7 2 4 2 9 0 9 0 3 V2 'A 6 6 4 V2 ll V2 and Bayside Manhasset Island Trees Hicksville Bethpage Garden City Oyster Bay Sea Clit? Farmingdale Hempstead Roslyn Westbury Port Washington Chaminade Lawrence Q ll ' ,L If t - 1 -5 -awp-... ' .f 'f- '--1. 'r P f' qw , W , Z., if gr .,p . .- . 4. .. ,sy - A yi -,V :Y 4' . .. .fy . U, . " 1 z , -. 3' - l P 1 ff K . . W 'an' 7 L Q 1 . X31 ' 5 f 1 1 1 -v .. . 1 54 M, , 1 . 2 . L. . - , , 'F - ' i l is 1 it I L' ' 7 A 1 7 A Y ' 4 X , 1 - ff N-' r . ,,,'. 5 X L r ' ' . 3 f I tri figs - V, v - x - ,, .1 ,f., 1 4,11 . .f :wg :'fr::iq?1, N 'f'.'fJ,. - ' l '51 , ff? f Vf.'1",'72' ' Q . " ty i. y y sf xl ll la.:lll lllll lllfll .V ,,-g.4,.f,,v T . l Ill! "J Q. IIIU . V 1, f I 15 1 ,f 1 I I 1 .k "' if? " il f X X 10 " l' Q 6' X I t gy A X fl K Q E it If 5 Q, X 13 8 ix ' l5 -5 , 3 7 x 5 " It , is fa lx - X . - I , . ' , , .xx I i 1 i i tx 6 ,D r i :TJ tp f , .. , C f' x nj ilk! J ff if is 1 'h 5 In l V V f M X an 'A , I 5 'I bf annual: 1 . . 1 V' . is ' " ' 1 " -1' n -1, A f b f 4 5 si 2' " i A Q... 4 J Pi 22' t MS' 4 - H D I X ' uw fi' 3 f l ' , 'fill ' .3 1 J " T- - B Ylll fe , - ' . gn - X . -if A - ' :J - 1 . L' 1 ' '-iii . . I .., , V , to y t A f ' - tv 4.7 I W VARSITY BASKETBALL: Front Row, left to right: J. Wombough, R. Fowle, P. Weng, H. Rapelie, C. Abale, S. Freyler. Second Row: R. Burns, B. Britt, R. Eldermire, G. Ball, W. Hodyl, E. Puetzer, E. Borum, H. Reynolds, C. Johnson, D. Donald, Coach. Basketball Swish, the familiar sound of two points dropping lack of height with hustle, spirit, and fast ball handling. through the net, was especially pleasant when Glen Cove This was in evidence time and again throughout the Covers' was in charge of the ball. Our quintet made up for its successful season. SCORES Glen Cove 7l 50 St. Dominics Glen Cove 59 52 Farmingdale Glen Cove 7l 46 Bethpage Glen Cove 5 40 Port Washington Glen Cove 57 60 Oyster Bay Glen Cove 47 55 Garden City Glen Cove 54 35 North Shore Glen Cove 41 36 Mineola Glen Cove 33 60 Great Neck Glen Cove 46 53 Hicksville Glen Cove 55 77 Holiday Games Glen Cove 63 43 Farmingdale Glen Cove 51 62 West Hempstead Glen Cove 4 59 Port Washington Glen Cove 37 47 Mineola Glen Cove 54 60 Garden City Glen Cove 80 57 Hicksville Glen Cove 75 63 Great Neck JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL: Front Row, left to right. R. Kielbasa, R. Perry, W. Jensen, M. Ressler, N. Wichard, R. Burnett, B. Vashel. Second Row: J. Mickens, K. Borum, A. Baade, R. Smith, W. Lederman, W. Johanson, C. Holley, J. Butz, Coach. ' nvw f 1 g ' 'HJ rn? W' D, v if ,'.n-zpffx ' A' r . Y,1,'.:4V!'E'a', I W " A715 If-fir? 4-3 ' ' ' " - . " fjv. ' If"-s ' 1' -vu f .'."w I'v.4'v'i.! I .f,+l1'tf.t ji "alight 1-z'ii,5,tF .g Mi ' 'v '.a hr ri WJ' .- f. "' f " 2:-0: Mig ,gig aim? ,,, 4 VARSITY BASEBALL: Standing at left: E. Altieri, Co-captainp J. Silva, Co-captain. Kneeling: W. Fisher, M. Corozzo, D. Merrey. Standing: T. Eccles, H. Rapelje, N. Gederberg, J. Savino. Ba eball Glen Glen Glen Glen Glen Glen Glen Glen Glen Glen Glen Glen Glen Glen Glen Glen Glen Glen Cove Cove Cove Cove Cove Cove Cove Cove Cove Cove Cove Cove Cove Cove Cove Cove Cove Cove SCORES Sea Clif? Oyster Bay Mineola Great Neck St. Dominic's Port Washington St. Mary's Garden City Sea Cliff Farmingdale Hicksville Mineola Great Neck Port Washington Garden City Farmingdale Hicksville Port Washington Neither of Glen Cove's baseball teams had what could be called "successful" seasons. The varsity "nine" had its moments, the J. V. ran a close second. The Cover's varsity had suffered two no-hit games before Ed Altieri turned the tables, Port Washington was the victim. ln the eight-inning game, Ed whiFFed twenty men, but the team was unable to provide him with any runs. The Junior Varsity team managed to capture two victories, both from Farm- ingdale. JR. VARSITY BASEBALL: Front Row, left to right: P. Mollitor, H. Friedman, J. Kaplan, P. Buonincontri, W. Szeremeta, L. Maufroy, Co-captain: J. Sanfratello, Co-captain. Second Row: M. Abbondondolo, L. Ahlstrand. fqtl 1.4 ' g ...li-"' 33 1 'TQ I.-af? iff? 21 Q TL .Ft 135 li, NN BOWLING SCORES Glen Cove 2 3 Port Washington Glen Cove I 4 Westbury Glen Cove 3 2 Clarke H. S. Glen Cove 4 I Hicksville Glen Cove O 5 Manhasset Glen Cove O 5 Mineola Glen Cove 3 2 North Shore Glen Cove I 4 Roslyn Glen Cove 2 3 Bethpage Glen Cove O 5 Garden City Glen Cove O 5 Great Neck Glen Cove O 5 Island Trees Bowling The alley wizards from Glen Cove didn't start the sea- son ott on the right toot. In no time at all though, they began to show their stuft. Captain Larry Ahlstrand, one of the county's top high school bowlers, set the pace for the team. The opposing teams found it hard to do anything but GIRLS' BOWLING: Front Row, left to right: Miss Colgan, E. Montell, M. Fieselman, A. Kopetic, P. Lovett. Second Row: D. Manning, M. Melendez, L. Vorst. BOYS' BOWLING: Front Row, left to right: M. Young, J. Merritt. Second Row: E. Nastri, K. McCue, C. Newell. ' ' 'Tl I ' I ' "V, 3 .. I Q u - I V , .X Www lo I ,ir li I I I I . ..,d1z,, N Q 1, X I L -f I , - 1 . IIA-Ielxilf if' X ma-.i ""i"' Soccer HEADS UP! And heads up it was as the soccer team placed second in its division, and had two men on the all- scholastic eleven. In addition, the boys edged the champion- ship Sea Cliff team. A rout of Mineola climaxed a season of seven wins, tour losses and a pair of ties. 4 IOIIOW' soccsa scopes Glen Cove 3 Wheatley Glen Cove I Westbury Glen Cove I Hicksville ' Glen Cove I Mineola p Ni Glen Cove 2 North Shore 1 L Glen Cove O Manhasset Glen Cove O Great Neck Glen Cove I Port Washington 1, Glen Cove 2 Garden City Glen Cove I Westbury Glen Cove I Hicksville Glen Cove I North Shore Glen Cove O Mineola '14 r- .-f.. . "Gi1.f.,5E-11' N- A '-wi, Ti'!H"-1"-'- ln M - QW: - fe. I ' VARSITY SOCCER TEAM: Front Row, left to right- R. Morris, R. MGSSCJQO, B. Kehoe, P. LeTaIIier, J. Kaplan, K. Johnston, J. Minsky, L. Mautroy, J. Domaradzki, Mr. Lamberson, Coach. Second Row: R. Britt, N. Gederberg, H. Friedman, R. Eldermire, N. Pietrotere, R. Grabowski, C. Nowicki, H. Nowicki, G. Allgaier, G. Lomb, G Ball, W. Hodyl, E. Nastri. JUNIOR VARSITY SOCCER. Front Row, left to right: W. Hazen, A. Jorgen- sen, T. Watson, D, Hazen. Second Rowt Mr. Goldsworthy, Coach, R. Brun- ner, J. Fioretti, R, Wessel, S. Glassman, N. Wichard. 'Y 41 VARSITY FOOTBALL: Front Row, left to right: C. Sharpe, L. Cornell, J. Third Row: D. Marrone, A. Renaldo, H. Bishop, F. Henderson, R Oglesby, Wambough, P. Weng, J. Copozzi, Co-captain, R. Fowle, Co-captain, L. H, Reynolds, D. Johnson, A. Pardo, M. Ziccardi, C. Johnson, D. Lamber- Turnier, R Honeyman, H. Jensen. Second Row: W. Fisher, S. Ring, A. son, Mr. Donald, Coach. Genova, D. Merrey, C. Abate, J. DeThomasis, G. Holzkamp, A. Ring. Glen Cove's gridmen entered the football season with high hopes for victory. These were boosted even higher when the boys smashed mighty Bethpage's two year streak. Alas, however, as the end of the season descended upon us, we found ourselves at the smaller end of a 3-5 record. With only a few exceptions, Glen Cove's losses were a matter of a yard, a point, or a minute. Losing to Port, our traditional rival, was the bitterest pill for Glen Cove to swallow, even though the score was but a scant 6-O. The record, however, need not blind us to the good quality of JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL: Front Row, left to right: P. Rutter, R. Ton e, ' A. Whittaker, J. Mickens, Co-captain, A. Ehrich, Co-captain, T. Andersgn, football we wllnessed' G. Egan, A. Johnson. Second Row: T. Slant, D. Hicks, J. McCarthy, T. Cappadona, F. Manfredonia, J. Baade, B. Jensen. Third Row: Mr. Dexter, Coach, W Head, C. Holley, B. Trubish, R. Kielbasa, E. Kunit, S. Jaquinta W. Johanson, J. Macfadden. 1 SCORES Glen Cove 20 I3 Bethpage Glen Cove I8 24 Mineola Glen Cove I9 13 Farmingdale Glen Cove 6 33 Great Neck it I, ,fy .f , in 3 , K ,A Glen Cove 20 21 Hicksville ., fi - 41. Z K V. .I 14, N wit- I ' I . MQ, ' ,Q ings fl, As- Glen Cove O 6 Port Washington J , , 'Q' .,1yJ,i1'7,!.1a T W, QB ith! Glen Cove 40 7 Island Trees ,I y 4 V ., I 5 5- ,,., . .ay l - , . 674 L r 1 1 'lr 'X 1 J Glen Cove O 21 Garden City Sw I 22 . -f A 5 ,Z K, is . -- ' - ' f A ,,.,, V . in I , , if L E V M., nwf'05,,9ff1 t 0 'i ',g,,, ' 3 1 V 4 -,vi I K .. VY a 1 'A I I L X xxx V . - V 1 I 'iz ' f f ,eff , X -" . M : N if M .5 I -1 fl- .. . , A N wi 1 A 3 , JK I-1 Lib, f TQ, 1, - I ' . ' 'ij' ' fl rf rn V - I , .s - pl sf M . I I 'is V F .' . TNNQ'-F 'I X, lf. ' 2 V -ww 1 'ff'-JT?" l,. flirty. fl "e' " ' txm f' , . . X-V 2 ' s. . .l.r, "-. . .--. f .,.. 1123 .'H ..,. . 0165? ZFi7A'C.fZ -'-' ' "'? ' fflfillf . " 1'ffS' . -'JZ 6 LF' , Z""'.tk2t -' ja, ' - ' i . - A 1 ' iss : - '1' a ,f 12'l'f't' . I6 JUNIOR GIRLS' INTRAMURALS: Front Row, left to right: A. Ranaldo, Captain: J. Kielbasa, Captain. Second Row, J. Giam- . s J- bruno, D. Schepanski, K. Kirby, L. MacKay, B. Reinhard, B. ,cf F .-..- 'F Cohen, B. Anderson. Third Row: L. Kaufman, M. Stubbs, P. Ford, 'f T Ta M. Fitzpatrick, B. Sangenito, R. Bigby, S. Weng, M. Ricco, R. , 'Y P f Melon. i l fue l - 1 1- L 4 AX. H ,f , : : ,' X4 ' f 4 . . .r ' g 4 'X I If U K , I ,K i l f r f in- . is I i 0. li - ' J X 5 ' S 'iv , ' L . C we . A 'ft K . X A Y. ' . - X NIX -X X X., A - x 'I - i . M Xl' X-f""" P' 'tif fi KX ide' ts.. o J SENlOR GIRLS' INTRAMURALS: Front Row, left to right, B. Noble, V. Cymbalist, J. Capobianco, S. Eggleston, 5. Lewis, Captain, P. Lovett, Captain, C. Larkin, Captain, J. Goss, M. Feiselman, J. Galante, M Shedrick. Second Row: M. Melendez, A. Familetti, M. Varrichio, J. Graf, L. Copobianco, D. Manning, B. Cumbo, B. Jones. Third Row: J. Zier, B O'NeilI, C. Paulson, E. Montell, G. Sudholz, C. McDougall, L. Vorst, P. Davis. Fourth Row, M. Meyer, A. Norvik, P. Newman, P. Browning, Miss Schmitz, Advisor, S. Stevenson, B. Smith, M. Ellen. SOPHOMORE GIRLS' INTRAMURALS: Front Row, left to right: A Shields, F. Kapuscinski, P. Smith, H. Burn, A. McAIeer, S. Mac- carone, P Scefonas, D. Kapuscinski, T. Stanco. Second Row: J Pettus, G. Haynes, K. Hinck, B, Trubish, M. Krafiack, J. Galonte W. Ericksen, B. Winters, P. Mason. Third Row, R. Neil, B Mosquera, A. Cekala, A. Famigiletti, J. McNaughton, C. Solo- mito, C. Albanese, l.. Doherty. Girls lntra murals Spirit, co-operation, and zip were the attrib- utes of an under-dog Sophomore team that beat the Seniors in the intramural basketball games this fall. Anything can happen at these after-school volleyball and basketball games. Not only do the girls play ball, but they also serve as referees, and timekeepers. At the end of the season, the mem- bers of the winning teams are treated to pie by the sponsor, Miss Schmitz. Too bad, Seniors! f 4' 4 V L if Ji Tl fi A S Q l 4 1 L . , L , 4 i I fi . 1 A 1 l . I ' 5 FRESHMAN GIRLS' INTRAMURALS: Front Row, left to right: C. J Brellochs, Captain, L. Clark, M. Patterson, J. Tast, M. DiLeo, .D. Buonincontri. Second Raw: V. Maiden, Captain, J. Kolk, Leak, fl X f? , I , ' . J. Robenstein, J. Barr, N. Ronaldo. Third Row, S. Benedict, M. 1 1 X t Schwarz, D. Zausmer, B Lewis. Y X M I f - 'A I I U 'sk ffb f L. if 1 ' f-. lg 4. F-:f H5"Q'f , xiii ' Q. M .3 Track Spring brought out Glen Cove High's Varsity Track Team in full force. Although the overall record for the season was not overwhelming, the team produced many pleasant thrills as the track and fieldmen strained for that last fraction of an inch. Mr. Butz took the honors for his A-I coaching iob. SCORES Glen Cove 70 38 Mineola Glen Cove 23 V2 8OV2 Great Neck Glen Cove 35172 68V2 Port Washington Glen Cove 47 57 Garden City Glen Cove 70 20 Hicksville 29528 BEER BEER WEEK BUSH BEER EUHR E333 H533 llll T l J 9 J TRACK: Front Row, left to right: J. Butz, Coach, D. Marrone. Second Row: K. Johnston, L. McFaddin, E. Kelley, D. Lomberson, C. Johnson. Third Row: D. Shortell, T. Nilsson, P. Mercadante, C. Stehlin, M. Solomito, L. Turnier, R. Fowle. Fourth Row. G. McMichael, R Lee, J. Thornton, J. Silva. TENNIS TEAM: Front Row, left to right. B. Ferris, D. Moore, M. Young, E. Kaufman, H. Goldhaber, T. Nilsson, P .Rice. Second Row: D. Powers, S. Walzer, L. Weintraub, C. Stehlin, H. Ropelie, R. Lee, S. Kaufman, A. Wolinsky. I8 W4 TennB Our Tennis team, much improved since last year, found itself a definite threat to the divisional title. However, the Covers were on the wrong end of a 3-2 count four times, and wound up with a 3-5 record in the league. Harry Rapelie led the team in wins and was followed by the duo of Bruce Ferris and Matt Young. SCORES Glen Cove 5 Manhasset Glen Cove 5 Great Neck Glen Cove l Bethspage Glen Cove 3 North Shore Glen Cove 5 Garden City Glen Cove 0 Wheatley lforfeitt Glen Cove 3 Hicksville Glen Cove 5 Roslyn Glen Cove O Bethpage Glen Cove 3 North Shore Glen Cove 4 Port Washington Glen Cove 3 Wheatley Glen Cove 4 Hicksville time non- Club the pens dan l T Cheerle ders 'I C ERLEADERS: Front Row, left to right: J. Graf, L. Zam Ili, B. Reinhard, M. Meyer, A. orvik, M. Var- ichio. Second Row: J. Giambruno G. Rice, L. ohert , A. Familetti, Captain, I.. Macliay, S. Pellizon. f r ir x TEAM! TEAM! TEAM! Arrayed in bright outfits, and ettervescent with pep, the cheerleaders are one ot the most colorful organizations in the school. Aiming to keep school spirit high, the girls teach cheers at pep rallies, and lead the loud and enthus- iastic student support at the games. Scra bling and pushing d ing -a period of C 7 out t a basketball game, as ractically a Exist t sight thanks to the e. rts t the Varsity ' men In addition to preservi g law and order, a u mem ers, clad in their whte sweaters, dis- . d s a at home games, and sponsored a .' E li! iii. s "V ..-.-. -we-LLL B23 Q Q 'A QRZITIT' ' 'T CT' lsr 132 , - rr r - 1, x X 'cr -1 -ifieee r::I 152455 Q TV R gf +'fd-t?E? 1 j, " ""'-' l 3:1-F--er' :Bl x V Q h Q 13:1 P -f-L-T--.L is ei if '5 EE f rr r Inn .7 -,-f- -- , -..-. . VA ITY CLUB: Front Row, left to 'ghtf Marrone, I-E. ' Civ, l L nn, J. Silva, l. Turnier, Secre -Treasurer, . 3 di 6-if 4 Q Q 'V ' Cor ell, Vice-President, R. Fowle, esident, H ' F 'ff ' P Mollitor N Gederberg D . V! Rap lie, , , . , - Joh n. Second Row: C. Sharp, W. Szeremetu, J- Domo ski, C. Abate, J Sanfrantello, P. Rice, J. insky, . Morgan, H. Reynolds, W. Fisher, K- J ston. ird Row: A. Genova, H. Nowicki, R. Bur A. Par A. Van Helden, P. Weng, R. Honey- man, Wambo h, D. Johnson, H. Jensen, A, Ring, S. Ring. J l9 4,,5i iii-.12 'wi L.-AA . J , 'sw W + 5 Q . A .1-H 5 . , ,, H .wut as 1 'ke 'lr ,if fl ' V' x 3 , ' , ff 251 gb -Mswif KVAV ' ,. ! I' ', :l j ',b: if Y A Q Z7ZE55 " A if Q i 5 -A L A.A' Q , Q Ku. KE fe: , g f - 1, Zi' b R q f Q ii . , V ' Qg. AV YM f au. tw Y 4 ,Q 9 , . 4 y 1 Z 9 2 2 'Z " 3, 2 ' Q 2 1 'N .vhql -in v. .Qu Q' 6 W Mglffa? -ww u -Pu 5 "'- 1 H1 5,,fs. 4""' , , , ' ' 1' lb p , nw P 'W 4 F A -I" V 4 P Q9 t , Md? A Q 1 5" W r 2 bl, I 4, A' - li at 2 A , ..... I' ti ' Qggjf y E, W I ' K If qs if? , ... , Q . ' ' 4 .I fr - , i , . t, L WY? R- . L'hn4 'Hrs wt f"WW't'I,' STUDENT ADVISORY COUNCIL: Front Row, left to right: A. Norvik, A. Familetti, J. Silva, M.Varrichio, C. Welt. Second Row: J. Giombruno, B. Tast, W. Slack, L. Sprintz. Student Advisory Council FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS: Seated: D. Atkinson, President. Second Row: D. Buonincontri, Vice-President, W. Faecher, Secre- tary. ,un -M-1 T I sl Al Do you have problems? S. A. C. to the rescue. Student Advisory Council, a comparatively new organi- zation in GCHS, consists of the President and Secretary of each of the four classes, their faculty advisors, and repre- sentatives from selected activities. It serves as liason between students, faculty, and administration, and strives to achieve better mutual understanding. Sometimes students and administration do not see eye-to-eye. It is the function of SAC to talk over these problems and to try to reach a mutually agreeable conclusion. SAC can chalk up on its scoreboard the adoption of a new school ring, the arrangement for the programming of school activities, and the new class election system. Freshman What was thot? Each September this question is asked by every upperclassman as he almost gets knocked over making his way through the familiar halls of G.C.H.S. Each year the answer is the same: That was a Freshman! This scene takes place over and over again as the newest entrants to our school fight their not-so-familiar way through mobs of towering Covers. Constant scapegoats for everyone and addressed simply as, freshmen, we present them to you and say, Remember, once, you were one of them too! 4 -V '4 -...J .l....,,g, ...-. -v 5... 'Mg' l L ' """"--'-',...n 4 M "H -a1,,,,-M-i nn . '-- -A,..,,xgm- ' F'-' SL.. .. l I tux. Q.,-" 'M' " Q --l-,,hMwl ..f.... ,gs-xwi i- til' Z'-liiiii I s--- Sophomores 't im . X - '3 Did you see that? This exclamation rings through Sophomore Alley throughout the year. lt may be in reference to anything from the new Freshmen class to a description of the robust i 3 Seniors. of f This is the in-between-stage. Though uncertain , of their future, a sense of prestige is felt by the ,B R 'X Sophomores as they proudly proclaim, I remember 2 A when I was a freshman . . . 12 F W 1, V ix: SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Left to right J. Gillen, Tre as urer, B. Staci, President: L. Sprintz, Secretary, C. Marks, Vice- President. Juniors Toeing the Iine, is the accepted motto of the Juniors. With only one more upward step to 90, the approach to the final stage is at times tedious, yet, exciting. Junior Alley is usually buzzing with ideas for new fads to set the rest of G.C.H.S. on its heels. Conscious of financial needs for forthcoming plans, the Juniors begin to work hard on their big event- The Junior Prom. Good luck Juniors! Next year this is your iob! JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Left to right: R. Tasl, President: J- Giambruno, Vice-President, K. Parashes, Secretary lnot picturedl. '--1 ll X unu- ll:- Ask ly -' 11 sr- U:- T-L 1 V ll' ll' it blew, l- tl - in i, l' il li, 1 I-9'. S, Ili! !, lt! S, lx! l, I-1 I, Ji ...Ji Q .4 as .X., , '25, X... . Q if X . f-'S Xt' 4 izzs jllf I . 'QP -' ' flm:1ZnHu1ii5g'ff?23Q 11' . rl I lf I v orgy? 2 , 9 X43 V j :wfwmx 6 3' S81 6 Q 21 FRESHMAN CLASS 9 O 0 23' 5 69 'Q' 0 'VW Fl Fang UG Y V ' ng I QW? I 191 I 54 V I Q f 31 ww ""'A'YX-'ff' mmf' nw, h'F 4 QW -A 'AAU 'is I'-b A, As A 'N 'N 5 N s 1 X Ax Fi 'Wm 15,14 , H37 , O G wx 'W' Q, Ng f""f - . QW! 5 i I :ZZ rw, "4 Higher H..-Lqnii Ef""' iIIl - I I .ii rw ff ' W P11 ', ...-... , 'R ,l,-H E 1:1 In "Mr. MacDonald sel's a oze minule 'l'in:e limil, A ' I , 'Q 4 T' It ' a i and I can'l' even find 'lhe rsl' leH'er." amen s we li ' i Il sin Davis. R .. R iff :'-'f fi .vffy 'I , iff. 1115. 7 Wood shop workers R. Simmons and G. Anucik assemble a dreamhouse. 1 ,1 ,, i"-f! 'v1f,, -yggfv I. " ' A " .2-1 The "language of mechanical drawing" needs supplemenlary inlerprefalion as R. Lee explains a plafe 'lo S. Schroeder. 'fa "ll"s sfill ra'I'her confusing. Mr. Gluck," say physics sludenls M. Young and C. S'l'ehIin. ZA, K, .f. Q,..a 2 1 If Michaelangelo had Leonardo and Rafael as assis'l'an'l's, why can"l' Gerda have Josephine and Marie? Q1 'ff "Thai paramecium really gels around." re- marks V. Radin 'lo her Biology lab parlner, G. Rice. Education "Whaf's high on your inferesf chori?" asks Mr. Clark in Freshmen Guidance. hifi A "cease and desisf" order is issued 'l'o E. Trofia by Mr. Benfley. "Bang, H, HI, IV .... " Band members afiempi' fo keep in fime wiih their cohorts. Bob Wilkens, Jim Merriff, and Fefe Garielmann. n ilzfku it' r hi: "Are you doing 'Phe same show I am?" asks Mr. Lamberson in criticism of fhe Teahouse acfors. l X Mi An oblique proiecfion is causing mechanical drawing sfudenf Harry Rapelie fo go off on a iangenf. 4 I .r J The fhoughi barrier of J. Gillen and G. Lamb is broken by Mr. GIuck's demonsiraiion of iei' propulsion. .ail- Xi ,,,4 na' K- 5 11.4 Neg:- I gg '-1 :.'T.:":: "'..-1'-'i:: L If f FQ! 4 f ,Q 1 15 ' I 3' 5, 45, h H C T 1 ' ! , a w 'L r ii I aff ff .' J 1 A4 - cu, .5 ,07 A 1 , 'vw W ffl! . -., N , ,. ' A , if J? .xo Y 'Q al N - ei 2 The spirifed cheers and iubilani' shou'l's of ihe peppy maids accompany 'l'he baskeiball vic'l'ory over S+. Dominics. , I. c U -e - vs 1,..s.-,f 1. .fn-isnt .jar a' - JL .xg , -' ' Lower leff Cedric Sharpe going fhrough ihe Farmingdale line on an "'L 85 yard 'iouchdown spree. Pe'I'e Weng Ries 'ihrough ihe air and our score doih soar as 'Phe Covers beai S'l'. Dominics. l! 'Il I sack M.. kk W' as , , 41 4' 'wx , He' . , fm , fw 1 J, 4 Av 'Q I wh, fn 4 Mfg' W, - ,Q 5, W, ' 1 A i MA? ,iff J, 'rw- iv' 1-MQ +G ni-0 X Q50 vpvh- hs, url. . f' ,,,, ,. M., 1, ,vf.,, ..mv""'e, 5, yum f' ufc1 .D IS-an-Q ..f,N., . . 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Davis, M. Kepecs. Third Row: V. Cymblast, M. Berens, G. Allgaier A. Van Helden, R. Au, F, Previd, Fourth Row: G. Cocchiola, W. Hazen, B Sangenito, R. Wessels, G. Erlandsen, J. Wambough. Fifth Row: R. Apgar G. Braun, S. Stuart, G. Anzalone, L. Anzalone, D. Buckout. Sixth Row: B I I I Noble, D. Hazen, B. Shackley, R. Gresio, D. Sessler, S. Nilsen. Seventh Row. M. Ellen, M. Yerry, R. Bashuk, H. Young, M. Macklin, W. Shea. Eighth Row: J. Merritt, J. Hayes, W. Ortiz, P. Stetter, R. Wilkins, P. Gartelman. Ninth Row: D. Powers, R. Nash, A. Familetti, B. Geertsen, Barton, M. Reizes. Tenth Row: T. Andersen, J. Vengroskon, R. Aasheim, S. Peacock, J. Barr. Eleventh Row: C. Johnson, J. Simineshi, M. Gold, V. Maiden, P. Davis, L. Peron. Band and Majorettes Allegro? - No! No! Andante - Do you call that soft playing? Girls, can't you keep together? - Mr. Scott, they forgot to send the instruments. These staccato utter- ances often punctuate the sessions of that ensemble, called simply, the Band. ln addition to airing their personal ca- denzas, the Marching musicians boost spirits at football MAJORETTES: Left to right: P. Klecher, S. Stevenson, L. Sprintz, L. Honeyman, J. Zier, B. Smith, K. Kirby, G. Guriere, M. Schepanski, M. Gengarelly, M. Melendez. as 11W , I, . .4-,rn f games and participate in local holiday parades. This year, efforts were bent in a new direction and up came a Band party. The finale of the year was the Band's contribution to the Jones Beach Concert. OFFICERS Adviser . ..... Mr. Scott President .... ..James Merritt VlCe-PI'eSldEt'1l . . , ,Frgnco Previd 5eCl'elC1fY ...... Patricia Davis Treasurer . . ............ Mercedes Melendez f mn 1, ,L B- ' f r A l' Sa ti' V31 , f M V fi' . 1 ,, .III L' - l i -V, 2 A , A l xI ., 2, I I. , vu, 4 I 'SV L 71-5 k ,, IIJI flvw II IN fav' I All vvwuun Chorus and Choraleers OFFICERS Adviser . ........ ..... M r. Enzian President ..... . . .Marilyn Meyer Vice-President . . . , .Carol Tillotson Secretary . . . . . .Louise Stanco Treasurer . . . .Anne Norvik Covers can be proud of their fine vocal ensemble. Through the efforts ot its new director, Mr. Enzian, and of course, its warbling enthusiasts, the club has enjoyed one of its best seasons. Following a Glen Cove High tradition, it performed at inspirational services for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter. Listening to the beautiful harmony on such meaningful occasions strengthens school spirit. ln addition to singing for enioyment, the club makes an an- nual trip to New York to see a popular musical. ., - x -Q Q 2 1 , + -x . . .i .ur . - 5 45-.us n 'ma' ru no Q .. 3' rn W .. 0 La ID -. 3' YD s 3 o .. T 3 D f- o s Q. .,. cr 0 .,. 'Q Il no 'Q J un 5'- fD 3 FD 3 o' 0 1 .A o -.. 5- TD fi J' o . C .,. o o C . 1 o Q. 6. 3 o -4 I' o J r V. 2 fu 2. in 4 t Commercial Club To the uninitiated, it's hieroglyphics. To the struggling student, it's almost like Morse Code. To the full fledged member, it's shorthand and typing, the trademarks ofthe Commercial Club. Commercial enterprise was the theme as the cake sale, the Franklin-Simon fashion show, and the Broadway play highlighted a successful year. OFFICERS Advisers . . . . .Mr. MacDonald and Miss Van Eman President ..... .............. M ary Ann Varrlchlo Vice-President . . . . .Mary Jane Schuessler Secretary . . . .... Judy Capablanco -,...41-' lc.. SENIOR COMMERCIAL CLUB: Front Row, left to i right: L. Pascucci, B. Rule, M. Schuessler, M Varrichio, J. Capobianco, L. Capobianco, K. Brown. Second Row: F. Morley, B. Smith, J. Giambruno, R. I Nelson, J. Evans, D. Martin, M. Renaldo, P. Kletcher, M. Shedrick, J. Galante. Third Row: B. Blockis, R. Renaldo, G. Salvato, L. Kaufman, B. Sangenito, J. E Berger, N. Nineve, A. Zaleski, H. Baode, P. Broccolo J. Lamb. 'ifr- X '. X JUNIOR COMMERCIAL CLUB: Front Row left to right. M. Schepanski, B, Mosquera. Second Row: A. Cekala, C. Albanese, D. Kapnscinski. Third Row: A. Familelli, F. Kapuscinski, C. Brown, Fourth Row. P. Dowling, M. Graziose, C. Fanning. R . Library Club LIBRARY CLUB: Front Pow, left to right S Greene, J. Au, P. Smith, J. Ciurleo, Fitzpatrick, A. Ranaldo J. Rabkin, A. Yula. Second Row: A, Scanlan, M. Reukaut, N. Rengldoy ,MA Qlgenl J. Christian, J. Mchlaughvan, B, Cohen A. Farwilgut J. Giarnbruna, C. Tfotta, Third Row P, Holland. B Fosmire. 5. Powell K. Herbert C. Osheske P Neill, L Zambelli, A. Zaleski L. McClegry, OFFICERS Adviser .. ........ . .Miss Du Bois President .... .......... J ill Curlieo Vice President . . .. .Magdalene Fitzpatrick Secretary . .. ...... Agnes Renaldo Treasurer . . . .. Phyllis Smith L.- Mmm, that smells good-and you can bet your egg- beater that if the members of the Home Economics Club baked it, it will take the cake. lf it is sewing you want, why, these future homemakers are as neat as a pin. The girls highlighted their year's activities by listening to speakers and discussing problems related to homemaking. To augment their treasury, the members sponsored fund raising proiects. A successful fashion show was among the featured events of the year. t is, Who worries about being kicked out of the library? No one does with library club members around! We do not realize how much this organization does to keep the reading room in shape. Books are catalogued, shelves are kept in order, and general assistance is given to Miss Du Bois and Miss Fitzparick. Of course, members ind time for their socials at an initiation party, faculty-student tea, and an annual spring excursion, Home Economics Club HOME ECONOMICS CLUB: Front Row, left to gnr P Efars, B. lwine. Second Pa-1 E. Holley, J, Goss, H. Saffe, A, Burnett, J. Zier, B. Mon- 'V' n, adviser OFFICERS Adviser .. ........, ...Mrs. Colligan President . . .... Betty Montell Secretary ,. .. Marie Caggiano Treasurer .. ...Alice Burnett 3. Alpha Society Our galaxy of scholastic standouts is the stuff out of which Alpha is made. Would univac stand a chance against our assemblage of brain power? Possibly, but our honor lads and lasses work harder. And it is hard work that enables our intelligentsia to receive their awards at the annual Alpha dinner, Here, then, is the roll call of honor! Spanish Club iAh bien! iAsi es la vida! But such was not the life in the Spanish Club as the members postponed their siestas, and took part in the last minute preparations for their annual dance. Before the excitement could die down, the members were on the go again. This time it was a profitable cake sale which, along with the dance, financed the club's exciting excursion to New York City. To round out the year, and keep the meetings in their lively tradition, the members presented sparkling speeches on Spanish culture, with delightful skits for topping. SPANISH CLUB: Front Row, left to right: V. Cymbalist, B. Noble, J. Manney, L. Vorst, R. Hamilton, S. Berk, L. Buckhold. Second Row: B. Reinhard, A. Yula, J. Ciurleo, M. Ellen, S. Timmermon, 5. Faccio, E. Enriquez. Third Row. B. Tobias, M. Kratiock, E. Brottenberg, M. Melendez, D. Westfall, S. Weng. Fourth Row: Miss Meola, adviser, G. Ball, J. Burns, A. Van Heldon, P. Lovett, G. Puch- muller, T. Cappadona, C. Stehlin, R. Acierno. Fifth Row. T. Nilsson, B. Rinscher, P, Schloss, R. Bandel, R. Cooper. ALPHA: Front Row, left to right: A. Familletti, P. Worther, S. Timmermann, S. Maccarone, J. Manning, P. Brown' ing, L. Faecher. Second Row: A. Par- do, G. Ball, D. Powers, J. Kaplan, J. Reynolds, B. Stack, R. Perry. Third Row: M. Kepics, J. Graf, R. Hamilton, A, Nor- vik, H. Rapelie, S. Stevenson, N. Finkel- stein, L. Vorst. Fourth Row: S. Greene, B. Cohen, C. Rose, V. Cymbalist, M. Sekelsky, C. Osheske, S. Scott, M. Ellen, R. Coleman, E. Brottenberg, R. Melon, A. Yula. Fifth Row: A. Davis, P. Lovett, M. Monning, A. Van Heldon, T. Nilsson, C. Scefonas, J. Brown, B. O'Neill. OFFICERS Adviser . . ......... Miss MacNamara President . . . .... Anne Norvik Vice-President . . . . .Harry Rapalie Secretary ..... . . Revelle Hamilton Treasurer . . .Sandra Stevenson OFFICERS Adviser . . ........ . . .Miss Meola President ..... ........ L in Vorst Vice-President . . . . .Revelle Hamilton Secretary .... . .Barbara E. Noble Treasurer . . .Jackie Manney sw., ff a tb 1 French Club OFFICERS Adviser .. ............ Mrs. Lamberson President ..... ..,. C orinne Welt Vice-President .. .. .Amby Grossman Secretary . . . . . .Barbara Stutz Treasurer . . .Sergio Arauio Vive le cercle francais! And there is no doubt but that it will with such enthusiastic members. Meetings, studded with interesting guest speakers and entertaining French skits, provided thorough enjoyment in an atmosphere franqaise. True to its tradition, the club presented the always successful- always glamorous-Parisian Pram. The proceeds ot this dance made it possible tor the members to enioy a fabulous trip to New York City, capped by dinner in an authentic French restaurant. To the strains 5? Acfeste F :rel e :atncians at SFOP celebrate the Yuletide seas rt in tra" : g s: 'Ps Shenton, Y! Staclr, and J Shenton. T The French Club in a candle-lighting ceremony to usher in a year at peace. Candlerlighter is George Anzalone Fi The singing Parrians entertain themselves at their annual banquet Pic- tured-A Vanl-lelden, S, Stefenson, V Cymbalist, and S Nielsen 3. . :Li IRNNU Bl IRXIN The French Officer Corps at executive conference-C Welt, B Stuz Lamberson, S Araugo, and A Grossman. 0 Latin C lub OFFICERS Advisers . . ..... Mrs. Shenton, Mr. Taylor Consuls .. ...Barbara Noble, Angela Yula Once again, the members of the Latin Club donned their togas for the annual Roman banquet. The plebians bore trays laden wih traditional Roman toads and waited on the patricians. The climax of the evening took place in the Colosseum where some exciting gladatorial games were scheduled. Needless to say, the Pontitex Maxima, Mrs. Shenton, as well as the Roman citizens, were thrilled by the extravagant spectacle. For budding Florence Nightingales, we have the answer -our own Future Nurses' Club. Modern medicines, treat- ments, the latest technical equipment-these are the things club members explore. Under the expert guidance of Miss Elizabeth Brown, girls are given a preview into the pro- fession of nursing by visiting hospitals and by assisting in the medical room. In addition, members arrange for en- ioyable social activity while emphasizing the practical. 5 4 'i' 'J 'J ,"- 4 . M1-5. i we 'L .11 There is more to teaching than asking questions and listening to recitations. Members of the Madeline Wische- brink Future Teachers' Club are becoming aware of this and are, therefore, learning the ropes from the bottom up. They observe and assist teachers and tutor some of our foreign- born schoolmates. This very active group listens to speakers, holds discussions, and watches films in an effort to inquire into the mysterious domain ofthe teacher. Future Nurses OFFICERS Adviser . . ........ . . .Miss Brown President . . . . .Violet Petzolt Secretary . . . . .Sue Eggleston FUTURE NURSES: Front Row, left to right: M. Stubbs, M. Fieselman, P. Newman, V. Petzolt, S. Eggles- ton. Second Row: A. Ronaldo, M. Manning, S. Steven- son, P. Parker. Third Row: M. Massetti, P. Tate, M. Meyer, C. Tillotson. FUTURE TEACHERS: Front Row, left to right: S. Berk, M. Scott, M. Lipshutz, A. Yulcs, S. Greene. Second Row: B. Berk, J. Kielbasa, C. Scefonas, S. Timmer- mann, C. Rose, B. Cohen. Future Teachers OFFICERS Adviser . . ......... . . .Mrs. McCuIley President ..... ..... J ill Ciurleo Vice-President . . . . .Alley Familetti 5eCfelC'fY .... . .Louise Stanco Biology Club OFFICERS Adviser . . ............ Mr. Schechtman President . . . . .William Stack Vice-President Wendy Erickson Secretary . . . Barbara Winters Treasurer . . . .Priscilla Greer BIOLOGY CLUB: Front Row, left to right: l. Russer, E. Brottenberg, B. Trubish, J. Nugent, J. Galonte, W. Ericksen, B. Stack. Second Row: B. Cohen, B. Weber, L. Hollister, R. Coleman, C. Cor- nell, P. Greer, B. Winters. Third Row: R. Pandel, N. Cooper, J. Braun, J. Shenton, A. Maurer, B. Rinsler, A. Cappodona. Fourth Row: J. Curtis, P. Friedman, J. Serimas, J. Reynolds. JUNIOR-SENIOR SCIENCE CLUB: Front Row, left to right: 5. Nilson, D. Moore, J. Gillen, M. Young M. Lipshutz, S. Ring. Second Row: L. Vorst, M, Mon- ning, N. Finkelstein, M. Ellen, J. Marrey, M. Muldoon, M. Kepecs, B. O'Neill. Third Row: A. Van Helden, B. Lederman, R. Acierno, M. Reizes, T. Nilsson, G. Lamb, H. Goldhaber, B. Nelson. Fourth Row. Mr Gluck, adviser, A. Ring, B. Ferris, W. Issac, D. Powers, J. Ball, G. Puckmuller, Mr. Schwartzapfel, adviser. Junior-Senior Science Club OFFICERS Adviser . . . . . .Mr. Schwartzapfel and Mr. Gluck President ..... ................. B ruce Ferris Vice President . . - -Ken J0l1f1Sl0f1 Secretary . . . . . .MarY KCPSCS When the Biology Club puts aside its microscopes, manikins, and monocots, the members bring into their field the lighter side of life. This includes films, speakers, and fund-raising activities for an annual trip. However, social excursions are not all! Club members include in their itiner- ary meaningful trips to such places as the Museum of Na- tural History and the Waldemar Cancer Research Labora- tory. 4 if ' ' .,21l Lfaixx, 1' 5 1.s..,-...sill , 1' ' 'i-4,,L17',J, V Does a flying saucer have a cup? ls the moon really made of green cheese? You probably know the answers if you happened to corner a club member who wasn't too busy working on his proiect for the Science Fair. Our future scientists highlighted their meeting with a series of informa- tive films, technical discussions and guest speakers. Not to be forgotten was the club's educational excursion through the local tungsten industry of Wah Chang. L MIK Photography Club Hold still, please ........ a member of the Photo- graphy Club is trying to capture that pose. With new-tangled cameras, and newly learned techniques, members of the club scour the school for subjects. With an understanding of what constitutes a good picture, club members can pro- duce better pictures for the school publications. OFFICERS Adviser . . . ....,.... .... M r. Gehde President . . . . .Daniel Moore 6 , if PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB: Front Row, left to right: P. Rice, D. Moore, A. Maurer, M. Kepecs. Second Row: B. Rinschler, J. Walzer, M, Young, G. Wotzak, W. Szeremata, S. Waller. Junior Red Cross Service for others! Thus reads the motto ot the newest addition to our organizational roster. Members of this worthwhile club solicited funds from the student body to be sent to a disaster area. ln addition to working in various training centers, the Junior Red Cross participated in the International Art Program. OFFICERS Adviser .. ........ .... M r. O'Rourke President . . . . .Sybil Schroeder Secretary . . . . .Joan Giambruno Treasurer . . ..... Louis Basile RED CROSS: Front Row, left to right: N. Nwxswmw X Culbreth, J. Giambruno, L. Basile, Mr, O'Rourke, adviser. Second Row: C. Cornell, H. Young, V. Martino. Third Row: J. Kendan, N. Campbell, N. Russiyn. Fourth Row: P. Leik, J. Kielbasa. 4' X ll .-4'-" '. '-'L 513' .,gb?,'V: 'T ,.. -- .. . -f.1as..,- 3 1 ,P .F-H. iw Q I - 1, ' 'fi E '- , Lf.. I r, y,!f7....s....i -'- f 'fs J f J--Wi g 's .X A . ,Qm,.,..vx ' - GF ,Nh Y,-" L. V V .1 , ' ' 7- L ,Y ---14 .E N.'L'li? . .' ' . , ,.qu-15'-,fs-49" K . Y 'wk Mug., ,Lim LEADERS' CLUB: Front Row, left to right: D. Manning, P. Parker. Second Third Row. B. Reinhard, A. Norvik, M. Stubbs, S. Timmermann, M. Schep- Row: C. Ceglid, A- Fumiletli, My V0ffiCl"i0, l-- MGCKCY. J- Gftlf, J. anski, L. Kaufman, R, Melon, R. Neill, W. Ericksen, J. Galante, H. Burn, Giambruno, D. Schepanski, M. Melendez, M, Ricco, B. Montell, P, Sqefgnag, V, Maiden. M. Meyer, P. Newman, S. Pellizor, G. Solornito, C. Albanese, J. Barr. eaders' Club Attention girls! Line up for attendance! Every gym period a member of the Leaders' Club assumes the responsibility of taking roll call and co-ordinating activities. Mrs. Familetti, as the ofticial Leader, has undertaken to encourage girls to conduct their own physical education classes. The girls are chosen on the basis of their leader- ship qualities and ability to cooperate with their classmates. After-school volleyball games and tumbling sessions are features of the club's activities. For a new school organization, the Leaders' Club holds much future promise. LEADERS' CLUB: Front Row, left to right: A, Brottenberg, A. Yula, S. Stevenson, R. Hamilton, S. Lewis, S. Maccarrone, B. Sangenito, P. Tate. L, Fqecher, B, Cohen, M, K,-qfigqk, B, Tfubish, N, Ronaldo, M, Di. Fourth Row Mrs. Familetti lodviserl, J. Sudholz, L. Zambelli, L. Vorst, leo. Second row. M. Kepecs, S. Jennet, B. Anderson, V. Castelluccio, M. Ellen, A. Ronaldo, B. Cumbo, J. Galante, M. Shedrick, G. Rice, L. C. Osheske, F. Kapuscinski, T. Stanco, P. Feikert, J. Ruberstein. Third Row Capobianco, J, Kielbasa, P. Dowling, M. Sekelsky, C. Lehmann. ., - 54 ., M .Wi at A ,,.. , "f'. ' ' L 1 Z' f L '7 "' 'L ' L ' x ' . f A '-1 ,P i LIGHT AND SOUND CREW: Front Row, left to right. A. Newman, G. Gascon, R. Holst. Second Row: A. Bruin, N, Finkelstein, S. Araujo, J. Vengroski. A kd-f kbs.: Y COSTUME COMMITTEE: Front Row, left to right: S. Benedict, N. Campbell. Second Row: R. Kurtz, P. Wicks. Third Row: l. Rosser, J. Preski. Fourth Row. J. Galante, L. Honeyman, S. Knehr, M. Reukauf, M. Schwarz, C. Osheske, J. Lerner, P, Mason. Masquers and The pian BUSINESS COMMITTEE: Front Row, len fo right: B. Holland, M. Ellen, B. Sluz. Second Row: M. Lipschutz, D. Nicholson, J. Pettus, V. Broda. Third Row: C. Fiesel- man, D. Nickel, P. Richie. NATIONAL THESPIANS: Left to right: M. Young, A. Newman, T. Nilsson R. Lee, P. Parker, P. Newman, C. Welt, J. Lamberson, adviser, Fieselman, P. Rice, A. Bruin, G. Clements, B. Webber, S. Berk, R. Hamll ton, N. Finkelstein, S. Schroeder. 7 5 4 " -. OFFICERS Adviser . . . . .Mr. John C. Lamberson President ..... ..... M arcia Fieselman Vice-President ............. Alice Bruin Sec-Treas. . . . . . .Mary Jane Schuessler All the color and excitement of the theater came to Glen Cove when the Mas- quers presented their annual play. Prior to opening night, numerous committees were busily preparing for this year's huge success, Teahouse of the August Moon. N Stage crews were recreating Okinawa, as it was when Captain Fisby was there. Brilli- ant costumes were designed and the makeup committee experimented with the transformation of Covers into unfamiliar Okinawans. ln addition to this presentation, several Masquers wrote and produced short plays that were shown to the ele- mentary schools. Within the large society itself, there is an honorary troupe of the National Thespians Associations. XXI? f D P1 ACTORS: Front Row, left to right: P. Walsh, P. Smith, M. Olsen, S. Pellizon, J. Rabkin, E. Webber, V. Martino, S. Berk, L. Finn, J. Kolk. Second Row: A. Pagan, S. Maccarone, B. Lipton, S. Salemson, R. Coleman, B. Shockley, M. Young, L. Clark, C. Brellochs, P. Parker, J. Giam- bruno. Third Row: S. Faccio, N. Renaldo, M. Berens, C. Moller, S. Pea- cock, C. Szykuc, B. Tobias, M, Mackenzie, V. Culbreth. Fourth Row: Mr. lamberson, adviser, C. Stehlin, B. Nelson, T. Nilsson, B. Lederman, H. Goldhaber, R. Lee, M. Fiesleman, A. Bruin, N. Russiyan, B. Lewis, R. Goodenow. Fifth Row: N. Culbreth, R. Acierno, R. Brunner, W. Davis, D. lamberson, W. Van Vlack. STAGE CREW: Front Row, left to right: D. Moore, l.. Buckhold, J. lamb, P. Greer. Second Row: A. Newman, P. Rice, F. Holz- Kamp, P. Ford, R. Renaldo. Third Row: A. Ehrich, C. Johnson, G. Holz- kamp, D. Martin, J. Evans. Fourth Row: W. Galik, K. Heink, D. Sessler. MAKE-UP COMMITTEE: Front Row, left to right: N. McKenzie, C. Cornell, C. Rose, L. Faecher, P. Smith, J. Anderson. Second Row: V. Radin, V. Rice, W. Faecher, N. Rogerson, M. Podell, P. Scherr, A. Galofaro, W. Winters. Third Row: J. Lerner, W. Ericksen, M. Matthews, M. Macklin, S. Greene, C. Mahoney, R. Hamilton, B. Cohen, S. Timmerman. Fourth Row: P. Dowling, J. McNaughton, G. Solomito, C. Marks, M. Robles, L. Doherty, R. Neill, P. Newman, S. Gallanos, P. Werther, Fifth Row: C. Albanese, B. Jacobson, E. Brottenberg, P. Scefonas, S. Scott, H. Quin, N. Mendelsohn, S. Norvik, M. Olsen, M. Gruziose, C. Fanning. , .i E ' 4:1 Mawr 1 1 TATTLER ADVERTISING STAFF: Front Row, left to right: L, Honeyman, P. Wicks, N. Campbell. Second Row: J. Barr, V. Maiden, T. Famigletti, Third Row: Mr. Liggero, adviser M. Gengerally, K. Brown, G. Walker, S. Norvik, G. Wolzak C. Gambino. I Investigating the veracity of hot tips, prying loose biographical info from a reluctant student or faculty mem- ber, and capturing that shot of an athletic stalwart in action, our school newspaper tattled its way through the year. The Tattler, probing the inner recesses of school life, came up with fine coverage of school elections and rallies, sparkling sports reviews, and informative biographical sketches. All this, plus increased sales and circulation, com- bined to make this year's Tattler one of the best yet. REPORTING STAFF: Front Row, left to right: L. Faecher, J. Kaplan, M. Kepecs, M. Muldoon, J. Lerner. Second Row: B. Lipton, M. Schuessler, J. Giambruno, P. Walsh, S. Ring. Third Row: J. Graf, A. Ronaldo, B. Reinhard, S. Timmerman, M. Lipschutz, R. Coleman, V. Radin, D. Westfall. Fourth Row: A. Ring, A, Pardo, H. Goldhaber, M. Asheroff, M. Monning, L. Vorst, F. Davis. .1 -rJi.2e I .:lr'il!!uf'u..'.frllauwm ' Tattler qi -1:-L pi EDITORIAL STAFF: Front Row, left to right: S. Scott, Miss Quilty, aclviser, M. Young, co-editor-in-chief, L. Faecher, circulation manager. Second Row. C. Trotta, advertising manager, J. Gillen, sports editor, M. Ellen, exchange mane agerg C. Osheske, business manager, D. Moore, photography editor lnot picturedlg C. Welt, co-editor-in-chief. CIRCULATION STAFF: Left to right: N, Mendelsohn, W. Faecher, J. Kepecs. xg XX 1 i RF' x LITERARY AND ART STAFF, Left to right B. Noble, C, Paulson, J. Graf, C. Trotta, M. Varrichio, M. Kepecs, J. Gillan, B. Stutz, C. Welt, A. Norvik, P. Feikert, R. Hamilton, S. Schroeder. The little business with the big headaches-that's Profile. Working is a habit with the Profile staff members. Bruce, get your nose out of that chess game! Judy, are you working or socializing? Vocal chords can get awfully ragged and fingers can get badly cramped after writing every name in the school two or three times. That, plus a dash of When are you going to sell your seven pages of ads?- Where are all the club write ups?-Where are the pic- tures for this page?-mix well, spice with the staccato-like commands of the Editor-in-Chief, the glowering look of the Adviser, and out comes one yearbook. TRANSCRIPTION STAFF: Front Row, left to right L. Capobianco, L. Tancredi. Second Row: M, Varrichio, A. Zaleski, M. Renaldo. f v,.1.m.f. Fifi.. mw :::.wn1 Profile ff ,. 45.5, :P-' ' s 1 Tz?"s.' EDITORIAL STAFF: Left to right, N. Finkelstein, managing editor, J. Graf, literary editor, B. Tracy, editor-in-chief, D. Moore, photography K. Johnston, business manager, editor, B. Ferris, business manager, J. Silva, ex-officio editor- in-chief, S. Schroeder, art editor, A. Rothstein, adviser, fnot pictured, D. Schelin, literary editorl. BUSINESS STAFF: Front Row, left to right, M. Schuessler, M. Ellen, M. Meyer, C. Tillotson. Second Row, B. Ferris, K, John- slon, C. Pyke, B. Nelson. aww t it l ' VW? 2 J 'Z' V ' ,f ff - fffvozfmff "' ff' 1'Mfmig,,zg,., f . g 0 .,..-14 16 I 1 his 1 v -,- Y y ,4-, fr i .,b .Ewa y, Color Bearer H. Rapelie flanked by M. Kepecs and L. e Vorsl' s'I'and al' a'l'l'enl'ion in 'lhe opening ceremonies of a fool'- ball game. O 0 V e I A rare view of l'he audilorium. Unidenlified cleaning men al' B. Tracy and Mrs. McCulley chal' aboul l'he fulure in l'he guidance office ' Na... work. ' -Q32 :ff :sf " .ff Champion bowler of Girls Team, Lin Vorsl. in Tourna- menl' Game. Typical library scene: Book hunlers - A. Yula. S. Greene: Book worm - A. Wolinsky: Book lender - Miss DuBoise. "How's 'lhe PROFILE coming along?" - S. Schroeder and B. Ferris have a business-like 'l6'l'e-a-l'6le in 'l'he hall. lg 3 'ha 4 ' 1 vl!.':-fp.:-:.. ... """ 7-T' "' Z' ,WNBA- ,pf ,ig vvndvvf 4-it Congrafulalions, Sophomores! The winners and girls infra- murals champions are cap- fained by P. Scefonas. Le'H': V. Solomilo, J. McNaugh'lon, W. Erickson. M. Schepanski, R. Neill. Righl: S. Pellizon, E. Bush, G. Haynes, P. Mason. Glen Cove pariisans in 'l'he gym during a baskefball game wi'l'h file "Sainl's." , ir: ii X ill, ' 6 mg Q rn? 1 I l I i ,, V V 1 . . 5 L A V Bandbox sfyles as modeled by S. Berk and S. Timmerman are admired by Fufure Teacher B. Cohen al' 'lhe Club fashion show. The back of me hand fo you. says H. Rapelie during fennis pracfice on 'lhe back court There's an ill wind fhaf blowefh from fhe frumpef secfion, says Mr. Scoll' during band rehearsal. Q Classified informaiion is shown 'lo PROFll.E's Junior edi'l'ors-E. Kaufman, A. Gross- man. J. Manney, C. Scefonas, M. Muldoon and K. Parashes. ,.f,. . 'fr - xi A f'Z3f13xif.'-WHQ, A f mrvicvw:1v.zfm,9vz'azv.vMnu1:eAv:.'w,esamzQ'ffm,.r f""EL ' , A ,As- 'E ..4i""s The Summffu? maui' TOP: Guesfs, Mr. and Mrs. Benfley onc! Mr. and Mrs. Maiden, enjoy fhemselves al the Senior Ball.. . CENTER: Who will be King and Queen? Mr, Benlley, Mr. Maiden, and Mrs. Mc- Culley do some judging while Messrs. McCulley and Liggero seem rather nonplussed, RIGHT. Whaf well-dressed young people will wear Mr. Miller surveys new fashions as he collecls the lickels from P. Buoninconlri, P. Walsh, B. Brous, B. Rule. 'L W ff-71 5x fi., .1 at... """" . .' x-ipfrr-' A Q QW- .!' xifik X lf :Sf E. Nastri and R. West display no acrophobia as they decorate Regents of the realm - Les Cornell and Kay Parashes forthe Senior Ball. Around the World ln Eight Days Paris, Venice, New York, and, indeed, every romantic metropolis was visited by the couples at the Senior Ball. Gondoliers for the occasion were Nino Silva and his music makers, Planners of the itinerary were Barbara Stutz and Joe Volpe, Dor- othy Manning and crew were the guides. The last port of call was under the gaily decorated magic balloon, where Les Cornell and Kay Parashes were chosen as Regents to rule over this domain for the evening. Waltz The gang's all here putting an artistic brush to the magic balloon. Decorating Committee members C. Abate, S. Freyler, D. Manning, L. Basile, G. Cocchiola, P. Browning. 34 Q . 2 3735. fi is f rx X L' - 'I ' ...s,- ' S 5 w X - 1 'fr Y r U ,3 Q f . . if .rg k g Q .41 s , . - f 1 X 11-E335 S Q 1. -Q -- ' "P ' Y . ..L, . i. Q , " +551 Q ' .f. 3. wi . K ' f . Sgsww M M 1 ' 1 'I P if-bf 1 gtilfi I W' 2 ax . f s i , 2 f f .iss K . 45392 2 -' - ., .Q . 1 .K.,, ,W T fl, fi W5 ni lj . wx ' Lg' 1 - ff: , , .S fgrfi f I ff l i "Here are the silver slippers of the Wicked Witch, they are yours Dorothy, to wear now," says the Witch of the North, C. Tillotson to M. Meyer as Munchkins look on. S7 S' W? ' fn 2 lui , A 5 I W ' 1 The Wizard of Cz "I've been holding this axe for almost a year now," laments the Tin Man as the Scarecrow and Dorothy assist him. M. Meyer, R. Vetrino, K. Johnston. f 44x A few more drops of grease paint and B. Rule will be a full-fledged Munchkin. G- 5Udl"0lfZ, L. Faecher, Jill Cuirleo look on. f. L-lag. l - i - I rm - fri .,x , ff I X .XL , 1 .Mtv Now' t. w-L ' Kuff? is ' ill T 3 . 2 l I ,vi 1 5,1-1 , N . yi. 1 ? gpg! X Jr 1 L rx' 1' I "Roarrrrrr!" The Lion begins a fast friendship with the Srarecrow, the Tin Man, and Dorothy. R. Vetrino, K. Johnston M. Meyer, J. Silva. Uncle Henry . . . Aunt Em .... Dorothy . . Beady ........... Witch of the North . . Scarecrow ....... Tin Woodman .... Lion . . ........... . Guardian of the Gates Cast Wicked Witch of the West . . . . Wicked Witch of the East . . . . . Glinda ............ Wizard of Oz . . . .Thomy Nilsson ...Anne Norvik . .Marilyn Meyer .Barbara Holland . .Carol Tillotson . . .Ralph Vetrino Kenneth Johnston . . , . .John Silva . .Ray Cenawood .Barbara Holland Dorothy Manning . .Maureen Scott . .Thomy Nilsson A cowardly lion, a heartless tin man, a brainless scare- crow, and a little girl from Kansas were seen on lhe G. C. H. S. stage on March 13 and 14. Dancing to the strains of We're Off the See the Wizard, they romped through Oz's forests of purple trees and yellow bushes, searching for the Emerald City. Their encounters with Munch- kins and witches provided an entertaining night in fantasy- land. A. Ring, M. Melendez. ll. il 'l 1 ll "Ding Dong! The wicked witch is dead!" B. Ferris, A i l l 1 l l 'f' -an 5 'Huw .egg i 'H . ,jfcw nf. . 'Z i . I l l . 2 l , s l l ,IAN Stage Crew. The men behind the scenes- W. Van Vlak, F. Holtzkamp, C. Johnson, B. Nelson, P. Rice, A. Erich, W. Davis, V. Herbert. W 2 " sl 1 i . ' i 5' ' "r'- .s ly ,Q . i. .gilswft lg 1 L' l A The Court of Glinda the Good, IM. Scottl is guarded by B. Noble, S. Berk, J. Graf, P. Davis, P. Browning, B. Smith, M. Schuessler, P. Lovett, M. Varrichio, P. Klecher, J. Galante. Activity in the boys' dressing room- B. Ferris, K. Johnston, T. Nilsson, L. Turnier. I Q .S z ii. 'liil lf ill- Q' . 45, ' I xliig l 'lllll . so fig ' 1 I . . Tas .l V . E l l l -il. 3-W L , Senior Executive 0 Comm lttee Room 207 is converted into a verita- ble Senate during a typical meeting ofthe Senior Executive Committee. Diplomacy, politics, and the desire for the best Senior class ever, are manifested at each-school session. After directing a record-breaking magazine drive, the group of homeroom representatives devoted several meetings to the question of where to hold the Senior Ball. The fact that this request actually reached the Board of Education is proof of the earnestness of purpose and perse- verance of this organization. The Executive Committee carried forward its manifold ac- tivities by attacking the problems of class dues, the Senior Play, and the Senior trip with much the same gusto and enthusiasm Campaign speeches before Senior Class elections Green Party aspirants-C. Welt, W. Fisher, L. Capo blCH"C0: Red Party-Speaker J. Silva, A. Familetti, M Varrichio. SENIOR EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Front Row, left to right: L. Capobianco, P. Parker, A. Familetti, Miss Richardson, adviser, J. Silva, M. Varrichio, J. Graf, C. Trotta. Second Row: A. Davis, B. Ferris, R. Lee, P. Lovett, E. Nastri, C. Welt, J. Volpe, S. Ring. ".5-0 "" "7 I' ... - f-233312, 1. H . i.,fEE:2:l:22:11-11 5 ' -' I A . CLAUDE W, ABATE BARBARA R. BERK hy! F rv. S 3 Y fi f ' I 7 , I-1-I-JYL' GUIDO BALOS POBERTA J, BASHUK lfx 135' X. V, ,. MICHAEL M. ABBANDONDOLA SALLY BERK AU" --v V HELEN LOUISE BAADE -Z. lv: if 'J 57,2 ft Q3-,sf6' . ' hw -:nf v- L -cj. ' I-4 K 5714 K Y ' HQ X ' 33-'C X A-'.. X JOHN F. BARWICK LOUIS D. BASILE , 9,1-v vw, 1' , ,L ' 2 L .' 1' V. R Li L fk, + ' in X511 'C V ' 'K 1 'f . A 5, . 3, 1, VN A . r .2 .Mi b Ava- 9 , L U v v. fat ,Ib -A rx 9' PH S-e"f ii, ' Q4 BARBARA BLOCKIS A 'wif' .1- 164 fn ASKK -. E, .fi-' . .W . Jr AWN ,Q5 . 4 , "'hn.,,,,, ROBERT BRITT LORETTA M. CAPOBIANCO x ' NA" I I 1' ,or- 'UN PATRICIA BROWNING MARIE A. CAGGIANO f"T 1'-4. MN "YS" PALMA MARIE BROCCOLA ELVIRA CASTELUCCIO ALICE BURNETT JUDY D. CAPOBIANCO YK 79' like Y, A, , ,Mm KATE F. BROWN PATRICIA ANN CEGLIA f""' 2?-vw.:- ' "sir ,Y Q..--1 gif' V N vw 5- Xw' RAYMOND J, CENAWOOD JACK CONNOLLY fn -'H ' ' Af Z 1 uv' Z., PEGGY CHECOLA 1- ,i 'T an tr " GHDL CWPLEO SALE ELEQNOR LEMENT GLEPLEL COCCHIOU- RONNIE CODDINGTON 8 K Q, :S X fi K A '- V 'lc ,..'- 5 1 Y., Ni I-NTHONY CONWAY 76+ , Q , K-,v ! QS' ml 167- lf! Z - . Mfr- 1, f .4-, Q C ' All -vo 5 A 'Q 'V A ci RICHARD J. CHIDESTER NORMAN COOPER I 1 5.' V31 63 , 5 ,AEI ,. L. . I ,i he-f ff'-. xii LESLIE A. CORNELL ROGER MATTHEW DEMAIO Q. -4 - ,Qt K f1""QA" VALARIE CYMBALIST PATRICIA DAVIS WY CAROL L. CRISCI .2 'H BEULAH CUMBO JOSEPH DeTHOMASIS -295- fit .. ig. Z 4. ff: ' .EV , 9' , 7 AQ 2, 47100-l" , 1 4 .f'-,VLA ' " 4 ' vi p I 4 :Af I 1 4- ,. T 7 ' . v' ,I .fn - ."f W N' " . , - . lf , " ALLAN J. DAVIS WILLIAM DAVIS fe gv' YN f L- R' ' ,V L ,,L,.-, . ' ' A1555 3 1 xl 5, Y , ,I .' " 'i JOHN DOMARADZKI A . f ' f 'RCN J' v,vW In M gh I f -5 5 Q rf- 'I WILLIAM F. DORAN W SHARON DUDLEY SUSAN VIRGINIA BOB FERRAVANTI 5 in-s '41- I Q- F' WJ MAPSHA ELLEN ALTHEA FAMILETTI lk 79 gk I S' , jf f EGGLESTON MARCIA A, FIESELMAN 'W FW' , rgwa . 'wr tiffifu. NAOMI FINKELSTEIN 'Q lARRY PAUL FINN W WILLIAM GALIK 'f.x.,,-. V I . .1 f g 'K 64 .S E an A W 3 .V I N 'E RONALD A. FOWLE INA E. FRIEDMAN ' lx VJ I ,, V , 1 I f I I . A' L 5 f ' ,fv-Q., f"1 V iw- 2+ 'yi , am . 1, ,LLVLIVX 1 1 ' a "' I 'Aiwa 'df-f-fr' STEPHEN W. FREYLER JOSEPHINE GALANTE vm CHARLES J. GAMBINO 94 sup Q25-3' ." 77" 4:0111 5 fu, ,4,,, .,3v ,: - ' 1 fr ADW' . ,. ,gn ,Y ,QA "Qs A A W ALTER S. FISHER NEIL T. GEDERBERG n . ,YK 2 -:as K ng-P.-fr' X 153 Q .5 i '57 . in-v 4 Yi-'Y' ' 15, A f E,- .4 eg, , - , i J- ff. A N. :gym ,A I A , ,C I ANTHONY GENOVA REVELLE HAMILTON I' 419 a " I fi Y fix 'CX 429 vw JOYCE GILLEN , ,'-- , Q JANE GOSS 3232 .. A 'T 'F E' A 9--.J JLJDY P, GPAF BRENDA GRAZIOSE THOMAS GPAZIOSE AYLA GUNALTAY L f :" R- , A "ho i?, VICTOR HERBERT 45. Ya L- 'jp' BARBARA JANE HOLLAND .M 'IVR ' Ak ' x Sv , ff' Q f 1, f I ELSIE HOLLEY BETSY LOUISE JONES nl NN R A Www" R GEORGE HOLZKAMP ROBERT HONEYMAN 'il ' I 'vnu' 1'-3,4 12 --uu..,k QW BARBARA JANE IRVINE HARRY JENSEN CAROL ANN JOHNSON KENNETH JOHNSTON - :VMI I 1 ,a tw L' -1 KH- Q 1... E , . ,'-qq...," "fun-v' SARALEE KAFKA WILLIAM KENARY fx 'A . Xu-ff" Qs 1 fc ,ag Q :' ' ..L, 1 at 5Q'x" ' , . .aw IR wif I 'W' MARY KEPECS -if L RICHAR ROBERT E. LEE D E. KETCHAM 'X .- ff' f s..' fi -A f"'7 W, X PATRICIA KLECHER ARLENE KOPETIC CAROL ANN LARKIN MARY JO LA ROCCA l if SERENA CHARLOTTE LEWIS f' Fw ,gn-Lan 1II"? -, .1 Q9 vi -,Q Q-..-p Q JOYCE ANN KIKLICA MARILYN ELLEN LIPSCHUTZ -3-" V '4"+,,.,. R 1 it' WN 'Q -5, si gk PETER LOPEZ MICHAEL MCMAH ON -Hr N . A is L 3' 9 mx I Q T x,,,1 ' LEON R. MAUFROY THOMAS McCABE LARRY MCCARTHY MCDOUGALL ff fu' , WM., ' '- 4 ' L 1 tif DOROTHY MANNING FLOYD DAVIS MERREY JR. .0""' Q If- Es- '1 NE,-M Q' , in ,,, R fi f I fa 111 I ' I I -,,,, .,.-' Ag 10'-vw' .f.-'-,'. ,- '- L 1.--. .T JAMES MERRITT MARILYN JOAN MEYER JAMES MINSKY x FAITH MORLEY 411 r fi 4 QQ 'I -l 391' 7--Zffti - '9-1- is-- megs' .gf . ji "g.:m'f, rm, PHILLIP MOLIITOP BETTY MONTELL ,Ju 4""' fgqm, ra' N I if x 1:17 T' JOSEPHINE MARIE MONGELLUZZO DANIEL MOORE ,cv 'Q -5 -Q pf : 'y' I , 45.17 JA 'F Q I . EISA M, MUEILER ' JOSEPH NALEVAIKO E X . r ' 'Q ,Yf',. J. My if f I I 4 'ra A Wf fl ,I I -n. , U' Q 5 .W f H"-'Q ""' I f I XF 5' W , ' Ag - . 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SCHROEDER MARY JANE SCHUESSLER MAUREEN FRANCES CAROL SCHWARZWALD SCOTT . gan vlc ,411 5 A " f?-Tn -.f l 'Nw- JOAN SEBASTIANO DOUGLAS SESSLER L 'QR gf' Y?" , ., 'E rv, , Y mga , ls ff 1 !,,'v. ffm ,R DAVID SCHELIN MILDRED SHEDRICK C . ,Q 5 A 3 ff ,mia "-'f 9 rv 1, , V , ,jay ,N X L, 22424 '-"- A f .iii 23- , 1 wQf . E , ,B faq "' 1' X Q' MARY ELIZABETH SHERIDAN MICHAEL JOSEPH STANCO 'HIST -ITU 9Y""""' ami .4 xx- I in I VITO SIMONESCHI HARRIET SOFFE ARLENE SHUMSKI CHARLES STEHLIN gk . 'sn-. 3 I I IJ5-Iwiiwffi v' I It ' Q nail gy' 4 I KX A 1-If xv! 'lg' ' . ' I 4 ,f IM I I I ,ff ,fn 1- BARBARA JOAN SMITH LOUISE ANN STANCO :Mx X ,I JOHN SILVA SANDRA STEVENSON 'R f1""'I' 751 41 4-A, , fy fy" -gk I.. 'Ir , wwf. ,f, L A "N W-H 1 f' BARBARA STUTZ GERDA SUDHOLZ WALTER SZEREMATA vi 2 Q ,. 1 . U J Q' s CHRIS TROTTA 4-ng 'bs Q... ,wfx 1' YI' ' o H. 'v -1- ' m -.. X 1 gf'-. 'IT N. '7 V L.. I IA, f"'y.15' so . 1 fffipig, f A 1 -5 rf fig.. - .-3 - 'X -1: fi -R 4 ff R' - ,f -. A - ffiff'3'f??4 5 Q. 'E w ff,' 1e?s,'y 1' QL. 'fd' ij lnbggfgz '?1: , iff. if fr -U gf Y iq 'g :X' -I 4 I. 4 LOIS LOUISE TANCREDI CAROL ANN TILLOTSON fe an LAMBERT J. TURNIER M AA ,L I , g art- " ' L ' , ' ' 4-up K7'W"T' DAVE TATE BARBARA JANE TRACY ,,.- 1,41 .1-4' ALBERT VAN HELDEN -qy--r- o" ,. if X 1-QV . 'X 7, NI A ITP' - fb- X .J,,1+,.. N .-ff X. ' W22,""'wI ARTHUR VAN HELDEN MARY ANN VARRICHIO Q- wwf, RALPH VETRINO fb v JOHN H. WAMBOUGH , I L S ff-ff I ff 'H i 40 X 1 1 2 Q Q W, ff., FRANCIS VITAL LIN VORST ' Q, 'f H. RICHARD WASLEY f,,3,,x ,,, Qs It A I AJ' .Q--'V' ff h""w.,,,,,,,f Is? l., I JOSEPH VOLPE PATRICIA ANN WALSH wx. Y ,-Av 3 A - A, -A Y'--Q-g,f J I Nw 3: Axffzggqlf K CORINNE D. WELT W1-r' I-ku.. .NS vV':.--wxxlv 5. 5' A PETER ALEXANDER A RONALD E. WEST WENG i- MARION WICKS MAVOURNEEN YERRY '71- Aucm ZALESKI JEAN F' DER 's 5 1 '5 -1' ' " xc g f f 5.1! DONNA R. WESTFALL il ,JW y-' JEANNE WOODS MATT YOUNG . X, E 1 if V iv? A 5, .. :3""7E -iiiraw 59 A f . agar " ' 'L'f.'vZ2f,.,--s3935'f?.v. ,J 2 Q54 'mfr ia rf:-If Ls , 1 1, ww 1542221 - if-ff, M ':w"K3'572ze.-Z'.rr' W 'H f,77'LZ'a'3'f5?"'2'1iiT'1, 'tl' Iliafrxwif'-.Vaal .1 ,, STEPHANIE E. ZRAKE v1.1 if' V, lib,-1.,., 'maxi , ,I F" ,f 'i'yB"' iflligff "ki , .:' 2 rv fm, "lk f l . 1: - .i 1 ,4 52 , K. A , ,,, 'P' v V 1 Winn O ABATE, Claude W. S e n I O r 20 Ellwood Street, Glen Cove Baseball I, Basketball", Biology Club 2, Football 3,4, CA5'l'El-l-UCClG, Elvira Golf 2,3,4, Latin Club I,2, Masquers I,2, Soccer I,2, 40 Kornerlne Slreell Locust volley Vaf5llY Clllb 4- Bowling 3, Chorus I, Intramurals I,2, Science Club I. ABBANDONDOLA, Michael M. CEGI-IA, porrielo Anne 25 Robinson Avenue, Glen Cove 28 Ellwood sneer, Glen Cove Baseball 32 Truck 213- Intramurals I,2,3, Library Club 4. BAADE, Helen Louise CENAWOODI Raymond lr I7 Hemlock Lane, Glen Cove 28 Crefr Avenue, Glen Cove Bowling 3,4, Commercial Club 2,3,4, Future Nurses 3, CHECOLA, Peggy Intramurals ", Latin Club I, Masquers I,2,3. Ridge Reed, Glen Cove BALOSI Gulaa Band I,2, Commercial Club I,2, Intramurals I, Mas- 56 Wolfle Street, Glen Cove quers ll Ffencll Club 213- ci-IIDESTER, Richard J. BARWICKI John F- 72 Robinson Avenue, Glen Cove 22 Slepllefl Oval. Glen Calle Latin Club 2, Masquers I, Soccer 2. Biology Club 2. CIURLEO, Gilda BASHUK, Rabefla J- 84 Elm Avenue, Glen Cove 23 Maple AV9l1Uei Glen Cove Executive Committee 3,4, Future Teachers 3,4, Home- Band 2,3142 C0mmefClal Clllb l- making Club 4, Intramurals ", Latin Club I,2, Library BP-5llE, l-aUl5 D- Club 2,3,4, Masquers ', Profile 4, Spanish Club 2,3,4. 2I Cedar Swamp Road, Glen Cove CLEMENTS, Gale Eleanor Basketball I,2, Bowling 4, Golf 3,4. 14 Yale ploee, Glen Cove BERK, Barbara R. Bona ff, Biology ciao 3, Chorus i, French Club i,2,3, ll W00dlw1dR00d,Glen Cove Future Nurses 4, Intramurals I,2,4, Latin Club I,2, Band 2,3,4, Biology Club 2, Bowling 3,41 Future Masquers "', National Thespians 3,4, Profile 4. Teachers 3,4, Intramurals I,2, Masquers 2,3,4, Na- COCCl.llOl-A, Gebrlel tional Thespians 4, Photography Club 2,3. II Grove Srreer Glen Cove BERK, Sally Bond ir ' II Woodland Road, Glen Cove CQDDINGTON, Ronnie Biology Club 2, Bowling 3,4, Commercial Club 4, Fu- 27 Timber Reed, Glen Cove ture Teachers 3,4, Intramurals 2,3,4, Masquers 2,3,4, Masquers lr National Thespians 3,4, Photography Club 4, Spanish CQNNOLLY, Jock Club 213,41 Talflef 4- 7 Glen Keith Road, Glen Cove BLOCKl5, Barbara Football 3,4, French Club I,2, Golf 3. 453 Forest Avenue, Locust Valley CQNWAY' Anfhony Bowling 3,4, Chorus 3,4, Commercial Club 4. 21 Germain Slreell Glen Cove BRITT, Robert COOPER, Norman OYSI'-9' BUY Road, Jericho I4 Elsinor Avenue, Glen Cove Basketball I,3,4, Chorus I, Intramurals I,2, Soccer 4, Basketball 314: yor,-,ily Club 3. Tattler 2, Tennis I, Varsity Club 3,4. CQRNELL, Leslie A. BROCCOLOI Palma Merle 3 Gruber Drive, Glen Cove 37 Maple AVefll-lei Locust ValleY Biology Club 2, Football ', Latin Club I,2, Track 2,3, Commercial Club 2,3,4, Intramurals 2. Vqrsify Club 3,4- BROWN Kflle l-- CRISCI, Carol L. I5 Capobianco Street, Glen Cove Ormqnd Pork Roooll Brookville Bowling 3, Commercial Club ', Future Nurses 3,4, Bowling 4r Cho,-Us 2,3,4r Masquers llgr Masquers ', National Thespians 3,4, Photography CUMBO, Beulah Cl'-lb 2,3,4- I5 Burns Avenue, Glen Cove BROWNING, Patricia Intramurals 2,3,4, Leaders Club 4. I4th Street and Lattingtown Road, Locust Valley CYMBALISTI Vgl Alpha 3,4, Biology Club 2, Bowling 3,4, Intramurals 23 Ursula Drive, Roslyn 4, Spanish I,2,3, Tattler 4. Alpha 2,3,4, Band ", Biology Club 2, Inii-on-,Urals +P BURNETT, Alice Latin Club I,2,3, Masquers I,4, Spanish Club 3 4. i Mason Drive, cron Cove DAVIS, Anon J. ' Band I,2, Homemaking Club 4, Intramurals I. I3O Red Spring Lane, Glen Cove CAGGIANO' Marie A' Alpha 213,42 BlOlOgy Club 2, Chorus I, Color Bearer 2I 2nd Avenue, Locust Valley 4, Executive Committee 4, Latin Club I,2 3- Track 2 3 4. Commercial Club 2,3, Future Teachers 4, Homemaking DAVIS, Polrielo ' ' ' ' Club 4, Intramurals ', Science Club I. 5 Lincoln plocer Glen Cove CAPOBIANCO, Judy D. Bqnd 'r Bi . , - 7 Vine Street' Glen Cove I,2- 0l0gy Club 2, Intramurals 3, Latin Club Bowling 4, Commercial Club 2,4, Intramurals "', Mas- DAVIS, Williorn qUefS '- 5I Valentine Street, Glen Cove CAPOBIANCO, Loretta M. Masquers 4- 38 Frost Pond Road, Glen Cove DeMAlO, Roger Matthew Bowling 3,4, Commercial Club ', Executive Committee 12 FOX Slreelr Glen Cove 4, Intramurals ', Leaders Club 4, Masquers ", Profile Bowling I,2,3, Tattler 2 3 4, 3,4,Tattler I,2. " denotes I,2,3,4, I I Director FRIEDMAN, Ina E. 11 Jelterson Street, Glen Cove Chorus "', Commercial 1,2, Masquers 1,2. DeTH0MASlS. Joseph GALANTE, Josephine 3 East Avenue, Glen Cove Biology Club 2, Football 4, Spanish Club 1,2, Track 2,3,4. DOMARADZKI, John 72 13th Street, Locust Valley Golf 3,4, Soccer'. DORAN, William F. 13 Woolsey Avenue, Glen Cove Biology Club 3, Intramurals 1,2, Latin Club 1,2. DUDLEY, Sharon 80 Hernan Avenue, Locust Valley Bowling 1, Chorus 1, Intramurals 1,2, Maiorettes 1, Tattler 4. EGGLESTON, Susan Virginia Whitney Estate, Qld Westbury Chorus 2,3,4, Intramurals 4, Library Club 4, Tattler 4. ELLEN, Marsha 6 Purdue Road, Glen Cove Alpha 2,3,4, Band 2,3,4, Biology Club 3, Bowling 3,4, Intramurals ', Latin Club 1,2, Masquers ", Profile 4, Spansh Club 2,3,4, Tattler 4. FAMIGLETTI, Thomas A. 32 Nassau Avenue, Glen Cove FAMILETTI, Althea 17 Crescent Beach Road, Glen Cove Senior Class Vice President, Junior Class President, Alpha 3,4, Biology Club 2, Cheerleader 2,3,4, Chorus 1, Commercial Club 1, Future Teachers 3,4, Intra- murals ', Library Club 2,3,4, Masquers 1,2,3, SAC 3,4, Spanish Club 2,3, Tattler 2,3,4. FEIKERT, Patricia C. Hemlock Drive, Brookville Chorus", Executive Committee 3, Intramurals 2, Profile 4. FERRAVANTI, Bob 44 Glen Street, Glen Cove Masquers 4. FERRIS, Bruce B. 4 Southland Drive, Glen Cove Bowling 1, Executive Committee 4, Football 2,3, Latin Club 1,2, Profile 3,4, Tennis 4. FIESELMAN, Marcia A. 19 South Yew Street, Glen Cove Bowling 3,4, Future Nurses 3,4, lntramurals', Latin Club", Masquers", National Thespians 3,4. FINKELSTEIN, Naomi 104 Briarcliff Road, Jericho Alpha 2,3,4, Biology Club 2, French Club 1,2,3, ln- tramurals 2, Masquers ', National Thespians 3,4, Profile 3,4. FINN, Larry Paul 32 Jefferson Street, Glen Cove Basketball 1, Bowling 4, Football 2,3, Golf 3,4, Var- sity Club 4. FISHER, Walter S. Kirkwood Drive, Glen Cove Baseball ", Football 3,4, Varsity Club 3,4, Vice-Presi- dent Junior Class. FOWLE, Ronald A. 73 Davis Street, Locust Valley Basketball 2,3,4, Football 2,3,4, SAC 4: TFUCIY 21314: Varsity Club 3,4. FREYLER, Stephen W. 37 Glen Keith Road, Glen Cove Basketball "', Latin Club 1, Vice President Sophomore Class. 17 W. 9th Street, Locust Valley Bowling 3,4, Commercial Club 3,4, Intramurals 2,3,4, GALIK, William 142 Elm Avenue, Glen Cove Tennis I GAMBINO, Charles J. 16 Frost Pond Road, Glen Cove GEDERBERG, Neil T. 11 Emerald Drive, Glen Cove Baseball ', Intramurals 1,2, Soccer 1,4, Varsity Club 4. GENOVA, Anthony 72 Elm Avenue, Glen Cove Chorus 4, Football 2,3,4, Intramurals "', Spanish Club 2, Varsity Club 4. GILLEN, Joyce 11 Duck Pond Road, Glen Cove Biology Club 2, Choraleers 2, Chorus 2,3,4, French Club 2,3,4, Future Teachers 3,4, Latin Club 4, Masquers 3,4, Profile 4. GOSS, Jane 105 Cross Street, Locust Valley Bowling 3,4, Future Nurses 3,4, Intramurals 2,3,4, Junior Red Cross 3, Masquers 4, Photography Club 2,3. GRAF, Judy P. I5 Central Avenue, Glen Cove Alpha 2,3,4, Biology Club 2, Bowling 3,4, Cheerleader 2,3,4, Chorus 1, Executive Committee 4, French Club 1,2,3, Intramurals ", Leaders Club 4, Masquers 1,2, Profile 3,4, Tattler ". GRAZIOSE, Brenda 10 Pulaski Street, Glen Cove Tattler 1,2. GRAZIOSE, Thomas 38 East Avenue, Glen Cove GUNALTAY, Ayla 89 Dosoris Lane, Glen Cove French Club 2,3,4. HAMILTON, Revelle 60 LeBritton Street, Locust Valley Alpha 3,4, Biology Club 2, Choraleers 2,3,4, Chorus "', Executive Committee 3, French Club 2,3,4, Intramurals 2,3,4, Masquers 2,3,4, National Thespians 3,4. HERBERT, Victor 5 Yale Place, Glen Cove HOLLAND, Barbara Jean 23 Buckeye Road, Glen Cove Biology Club 2, Intramurals 1,4, Latin Club 1,2, Mas- quers ', Spanish Club 3. HOLLEY, Elsie 15 Lambs Lane, Glen Cove Chorus 1, Commercial Club 2,3,4, Future Teachers 3, Homemaking Club 4, Intramurals 1,2,3, Masquers 4, Photography Club 2. HOLZKAMP, George 39 Willets Road, Glen Cove Bowling 1, Football 4, Profile 4, Track 1,2, Varsity Club 4, Masquers 3,4. HONEYMAN, Robert 12 Maryland Avenue, Glen Cove Baskeball 1, Football ", Varsity Club 3,4. IRVINE, Barbara Joan East Beach Road, Locust Valley Homemaking Club 4. JENSEN, Harry 36 Phillips Road, Glen Cove Baseball ", Basketball 1,2,3, Football 2,3,4, French Club 1,2, Varsity Club 3,4. Joi-iNsoN, cerei Ann MAUFROYI Leon R- I5 Poplar Place, Glen Cove Burke Avenue, Jericho r Chorus 'li Commercial Club l,2,3: l'llfC'mU"0l5 'I Baseball I,3,45 PhotographyCIub 45Soccer45 Varsity Club 4 Masquers '5 Photography Club 1,25 Profile 45 TattlerI,2. MCCABE, Thomas JOHNSTON, lqennelll Elm Avenue, Glen Cove Oyster Bay Road, Locust Valley McCARTHY, Larry W b Executive Committee 35 Profile 3,45 Soccer 2,45 Track 2,3,4. Whitney ESTGIS, Old. est UFY JONES Belsy Louise MCDOUGALL, Cynthia Ann Boyvlllo Roool Loeosl volley 65 North Street, Locust Valley Biology Club 45 Bowling I5 Chorus I5 Homemaking Commegrqllclllb 2' cieb 1, Intramurals 55, Pneieeiepny Club 2, seenien cieb 2. MCMAHQNI 'C Ge KAFKA, Sorolee Red Spring Lane, Glen Cove 2I Sunset Avenue, Glen Cove MELENQEZ' Mercedes Smale, Commerelel Club e I7 Hillside Avenue, Glen Cove r l KENARY W.ll. ' Bowling 3,45 Commercial Club l,25 Executive Commit- I2 Tulane Rbailm Glen Cove lee 37 lnlmmumls il Malorelles 3'4i Masquers xl Bowling 2, French Club 2, Golf 2, Track i. 5Pf""Sh Club ,2f3'4' ' - 2 Woo ane, attingtown 2 Weiillijllldj fl3ilTeBigEglyCC?luelJ 25 Bowling 3,4, Chess Club ,Baseball3,45FootbalI3,45Spanish Club 3,45lVarsity Club 4. 2, Executive Committee 2,35 French Club 2,3,45 ln- MERRITTI lflmis L rv n tramurals 2,3,45 Leaders Club 45 Photography Club 4g I37 Bclldwlf Bvellfle' 4oCU5 Cl ey Profile 4, Science Club 4, reiiief 2,3,4. Band ,P OW 'ng - KETCHAM Ricnerci E. MEYER' Mr0"'Y"rl0"" V ll -' I5 Egypt ane, ocust a ey 63 Pelgglxgi 'gvglugielhocuglryballley Biology Club 25 Cheerleader 45 Choraleers 2,3,45 KlKl-lCA .le'ee Ann gy ' Chorus Tp Future Nurses 3,45 Intramurals '5 Latin Club 220 rlel'seYYAVenUe lerlehe i,2,3, Leaders Club 4, Profile 4. Chorus 35 Commercial Club I5 Intramurals 3,45 Mas- MlN'i:KY' 'limes L V n quers '5 National Thespians 3,45 Profile 45 Spanish 422 olesl Venue' ocusl G ey , Club 2 4, -lenler 4 Bowling 45 Golf 2,3,45 Soccer 45 Varsity Club 4. KLECHER, Peincie Molrllloli' Pl1"'P 56 Coles Slreel, Glen Cove Skunks Misery Road, Locust Valley Commercial Club 2,3,45 Intramurals I5 Maiorettes ". Baseball isoccer fll Valslly Club 4' KOPE-l-lc, Arlene MONGELLUZZO, Josephine Marie 18 Gqgney Slreel, Glen Cove 84 BITCI1 Road, Locust Valley Bowling Clule: 3 Commercial Club xr lnlromurals me Bowling 35 Chorus If Commercial If II'II'l'CIl'TlUl'ClIS I,2. Masquers l,25 Profile 4. MONTELL' Ellzclbelh l-ARKlN Corel Ann IOI Sea Cliff Avenue, Glen Cove 70 Mlelfrvey Avenue Leeusl Velley Bowling 3,45 Future Nurses 45 Homemaking Club 45 Bowling l,45 Chorus I5 Future Teachers Club 45 Intra- lnllclmulflls if Llblclly Club 4' murals"5 Masquers 25 Spanish Club 2,3,45Science Club I. MOORE' Dcmlel LA Mary Jo Northfield ROCICI, Glen COVE le Asn sneer l-eeusr Valley Biology Club 25 Latin Club I,2,35 Masquers 45 Photo- Bowling 35 Chorus Ig Homemaking 45 Intramurals l,25 gmphyrclub If Ploflle 3'47 Talller 3'4? Tenms 3'4' Science Club I. MORlEY' Fclllh LEE, Reberr E. 32 Birch Street, Locust Valley 6 Taft Place, Glen Cove M Commelclal Club 3'4' Bieieey club 2, Executive Committee 4, Latin Club i,2, UELLEIV Elm Mg , Masquers "'5 National Thespians 3,45 Science Club 45 Burke Avenue: Hlcksvllle , Snenlsn Club 3r -l-ennls er -lreek 3,4. Chorus 5 Commercial Club 3,45 Intramurals 2,45 Mas- LEWIS, Serena Charlotte quers 45 Tolller 314' Great Meadow Road, Locust Valley NAl'EYAlKO' Joseph Alpha 4, Biology Club 3,4, GAA r,2, Horseback Riding Hendnfk AYGHUSI Glen Cove Club I5 Intramurals '5 Photography Club Ig Profile 45 NASTRH Elle r Spanish -l,2I3' Slfeef, .IGFICIIO l-lPSCl,lU-l-Z, Marilyn Ellen Biology Club 25 Bowling 45 Executive Committee 45 In- 24 Wesl Glen Slreell Glen Cove tramurals l,25 Soccer 45 Varsity Club 45 Spanish Club 2. Biology Club 2, Bowling 3,45 Future Teachers 3,45 NELSON' Bruce l-erin Club er Mesquers 4-I Telller 4. II8 McLoughlin Street, Glen Cove LOPEZ, peler Chorus I5 Latin Club I,2,35 Masquers 45 Profile 45 9 Clement Street, Glen Cove Sclence Club 4- LOVETT, Margaret Bayville Road, Locust Valley Alpha 3,45 Band I5 Biology Club 3,45 Chorus Ig Execu- tive Committee 45 Intramurals '5 Latin Club 25 Profile 45 Spanish Club 3,45 Tattler 3,4. NEWMAN, Phylis Anne Wellington Road, Locust Valley Biology Club 25 Choraleers 2,3,45 Chorus I,2,35 Future Nurses 3,45 Intramurals I,3,45 Latin Club 2,3,45 Mas- quers 3,45 National Thespians 3,45 Profile 4. MANNlNGi DOFOIIWY NIELSEN, Sandra Helen I Yale Place, Glen Cove Band '5 Future Teachers 45 Latin Club I,2,35 Mas- Glengarift Nursing Home, Glen Cove Bowling 3,45 Commercial Club l,25 Executive Commit- tee 45 Intramurals '5 Masquers l,25 Photography Club 2. quers ". NILSSON, Thomy cfo Charles Pratt, Forest Avenue, Glen Cove Alpha 2,3,45 Biology Club 25 Chess Club I5 Latin Club l,25 Masquers '5 National Thespians 3,45 Science Club 45 Tattler 3,45 Tennis '5 Track 3,45 Varsity Club 4. NINEVE, Nancy Frost Mill Road, Old Brookville Commercial Club 3,4. NOBLE, Barbara Elaine I8 Putnam Avenue, Glen Cove Band 3,45 Bowling 3,45 Intramurals '5 Latin Club '5 Masquers '5 Profile 45 Spanish Club 3,4. NORVIK, Anne S. 68 Continental Place, Glen Cove Alpha 2,3,45 Band I,2,35 Biology 25 B. Altman Fashion Board 3,45 Cheerleader 45 Chorus 45 French Club 3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Latin Club I,2,35 Leaders Club 45 Profile 45 SAC 2,4. O'NEILL, Barbara R. 22 Chestnut Street, Glen Cove Alpha 2,3,45 Band I,2,35 Biology Club 25 Intramurals '5 Latin Club I,2,35 Masquers I,3,4. OSMAN, Carole 44 McLoughlin Street, Glen Cove Bowling 35 Chorus I. PARKER, Patricia Ann 23 North Yew, Glen Cove Chorus 2,3,45 Executive Committee 45 Intramurals I,2,35 Leaders Club 45 Masquers '5 Spanish Club 3. PASCUCCI, Loretta 26 Underhill Avenue, Locust Valley Bowling 3,45 Commercial Club 3,45 Intramurals 2. PASCUCCI, Marino 44 Third Street, Glen Cove PATTERSON, Elizabeth 5 Stillman Road, Glen Cove Chorus 2. PAULSON, Charlotte 65 North, Street, Locust Valley Biology 25 Bowling 45 Future Teachers 35 Intramurals '5 Profile 45 Spanish Club 2,3. PETZOLT, Violet 44 North Street, Locust Valley Future Nurses Club 3,45 Homemaking 4. PREVID, Franco 28 Grove Street, Glen Cove Band '5 Intramurals I,25 Soccer 2,3. PUCHMULLER, Gustav Burke Avenue, Jericho Biology Club 25 Intramurals '5 Masquers '5 Science Club 45 Spanish Club l,2. PYKE, Curt 20 Wood Lane, Lattington Baseball 45 French Club I,25 Profile 4. RANIERI, Charles I4 Fox Street, Glen Cove Baseball '5 Bowling l,2. RAPELJE, Harry I2 Franklin Avenue, Glen Cove Alpha '5 Band 45 Baseball '5 Basketball '5 Biology Club 25 Latin Club I,2,35 SAC 35 Tattler I5 Tennis 3,45 Varsity Club 3,4. REIZES, Martin 7 Sunset Avenue, Glen Cove Band '5 Baseball I5 French Club l,25 Masquers l,25 Soccer l,2. RENALDO, Anthony 67 Hazel Street, Glen Cove RENALDO, Marie 48 Dosoris Lane, Glen Cove Commercal Club 2,3,45 Intramurals '5 Profile 3,4. RICE, Peter Parker 27 Buckeye Road, Glen Cove Chess Club I,2,35 Masquers '5 Natonal Thespians 3,45 Photography Club '5 Profile 3,45 Tennis 3,45 Varsity Club 3,4. RING, Alan G. 9 Stuart Drive West, Glen Cove Bowling I5 Chess Club I5 Executive Committee 35 Foot- ball 3,45 French Club I,2,35 Intramurals "5 Science Club 45 Tattler '5 Tennis I,25 Track 2,3,4. RING, Stuart A. 9 Stuart Drive West, Glen Cove Baseball '5 Executive Committee 45 Football 3,45 French Club I,2,35 Intramurals '5 Profile 45 Science Club 45 Tattler '5 Tennis I,25 Varsity Club 4. RUGGERIO, Marion I4 Fairmont Place, Glen Cove Commercial Club I,2,35 Intramurals I5 Masquers "'. RULE, Barbara Jean 23 Jelierson Street, Glen Cove Bowling 3,45 Commercial Club '5 French Club 25 Fu- ture Nurses 3,45 Intramurals 2,35 Library Club I,25 Masquers ". SANFRATELLO, Joseph 3I Elm Avenue, Glen Cove Band I,2,35 Baseball 3,45 Latin Club I5 Spanish Club I,25 Varsity Club 3,4. SANTO, Charles I4 Franklin Avenue, Glen Cove Biology Club 25 Golf I,2,35 Latin Club l,2. SCANLON, Thomas I3 Lindberg Avenue, Glen Cove Basketball l,25 Latin Club I,2,35 Spanish Club I,25 Track I,2,4. SCHELIN, David 29 Landing Road, Glen Cove Football I5 Profile 45 Track 4. SCHROEDER, Sybil 3 Sycamore Road, Glen Cove Masquers '5 National Thespians 3,45 Profile 45 Red Cross 3,45 Tattler 3. SCHUESSLER, Mary Jane I3O Glen Street, Glen Cove Bowling 3,45 Chorus I5 Commercial Club '5 Executive Committee 35 Intramurals '5 Leaders Club 45 Library Club 45 Masquers 2,3,45 National Thespians 45 Photog- raphy Club I5 Profile 45 Tattler 3,4. SCHWARZWALD, Carol Townsend Road, Glen Cove Band l,25 Basketball I,2,35 Library Club 45 VoIleybaIII,2,3 SCOTT, Maureen Frances 62 Dosoris Lane, Glen Cove Band '5 Biology Club 35 French Club 2,3,45 Future Teachers 3,45 Latin Club I,25 Masquers '5 National Thespians 2,3,45 Profile 4. SEBASTIANO, Joan 26 East Avenue, Glen Cove Bowling 45CommercialClub'5 lntramuralsI,25 Masquers I. SESSLEK, Douglas 5 Ridge Drive, Glen Cove Masquers 4. SHEDRICK, Mildred IO5 Cross Street, Locust Valley Bowling 3,45 Cheerleader I5 Commercial 2,3,45 In- tramurals 2,3. SHERIDAN, Mary Elizabeth I33 Sea Clif? Avenue, Glen Cove Intramurals 25 Latin Club I,2,3. SHUMSKI, Arlene 78 Chester Street, Locust Valley Chorus I5 Intramurals I,2,35 Masquers 2. Bl Sli-VA J h Senior Class Secretary5 .lunior Class Secretary, o n I n . tn 24 l-llllslele Avenue, Glen cove Chemleadf' wif' CIQTIES 41'AisSmTf,rSc'il2Tlif,f,' '21 President of the Senior Class5 Baseball I,2,35 Football tramurals i I-ea 9F54 U I q ' ' 'e I 3, Profile 3,4, Soccer 2, spanish Club 4, neel- l,2,3, SAC 3,45 Tattler 2-3- - Varsity Club 3,4. VETRINQ' Ralph SIMQNESCHII Viio 5 Southrldge'Avenue, Glen Cove 158 St. Andrews Lane, Glen Cove VITAL' Frcmcls SMITH, Barbara Joan 21 Marietta Road, Glen Cove 20 Timber Road5 Glen cove Sclence Club 4- Chorus 15 Commercial Club '5 Intramurals 1,2,45 Ma- VOLPE, Joseph . ioreffeg 'ki Masquers 'ki Tqfflef 4. SOUf1dVIeW DI'lVe, Glen Cove. . SQFFEI Harriet Baseball 15 Executlve Committee 45 Latln Club 15 Span- 5O Shore Road, Glen Cove 'Sh Homemaking Club 4. VORST, Lln STANCQ, Louise Ann Peacock Lane, Locust Valley I 21 Wolfle Sireei, Glen Cove Alpha 2,3,45 Biology Club 35 Bowllng 1,3,45 C.horus 15 Chorus "5 Future Teachers 3,45 Latin Club ". Intramurals '5 Latln Club 25 Profile 45 Spanish Club sTANco, Michael Joseph 2,3,45 Tattler 3-4- 35 8th Street, Locust Valley WALSH PafflCla Ann STEHLIN, Charles 45 Kirkwood Drive, Glen Cove 18 jackson Sfreefl Glen Cove Chorus 45 Bowling 45 Intramurals 1,2,35 Masquers 1,2,35 Chorus 15 Masquers "'5 Spanish Club 3,45 Tennis '5 Tcgbeclim-2,3I. h H Track 3,4. WAMB , 0 fl - STEVENSQN, Sqndrq 10 Petite Place, Glen Cove 35 Chestnut Street, Glen Cove Band 45 BGSIKGIDCIII 3,45 Biology Club 25 Football 25 Alpha 3,45 Band 1,2,35 Biology Club 25 Bowling 3,45 Tennis 15 Track 35 Varsity Club 4. Choraleers 45 Chorus 45 Future Nurses 45 Latin Club '5 WASLEY, Richard Leaders Club 45 Maiorettes 45 Masquers 1,2. 43 Chestnut Street, Glen Cove STUTZ, Barbara Baseball 15 Basketball '5 Track 1. 12 Cleveland Place, Glen Cove WELT, Corinne D. Biology Club 25 Bowling 45 Chorus 1,2,35 French Club 12 Stuart Drive East, Glen Cove 2,3,4. Alpha 2,3,45 Biology 35 Bowling 3,45 Choraleers 45 SUDHOLZ, Gerda Chorus 1,25 Executive Committee 3,45 French Club 4 The Outlook, Glen Cove 2,3,45 Intramurals 1,25 Latin Club '5 Masquers '5 Na- Choraleers "5 Chorus '5 Intramurals " tional Thespians 3,45 Profile 45 SAC 3,45 Tattler ". SZEREMATA, Walter WENG, Peter Alexander 33 West Glen Street, Glen Cove 27 Clement Street, Glen Cove Baseball 35 Biology 2, Football "5 Photography Club 4. Basketball "5 Football 2,3,45 Varsity Club 3,4. TANCREDI, Lois Louise WEST, Ronald E, 6 Valentine Street, Glen Cove 109 Dewey Street, Jericho Commercial Club '5 Intramurals 1,25 Masquers 1,25 Baseball 15 Basketball 15 French Club 15 Latin Club 1. Pfaflle 4- WESTFALL, Donna R. TATE, Dave Birch Hill Road, Locust Valley l6GfGf1l PIGCQ, Glen COVE Biology 25 Bowling 15 French Club 2,3,45 Profile 45 Band 1. Spanish Club 3,45 Tattler 3,4. TILLOTSON, Carol Ann WICKS, Marion 70 Hernan Avenue, Locust Valley 71 Wgglgey Avenue, Glen Cove Bowling 15 Choraleers 3,45 Chorus '5 Cheerleader 15 Chorus 1,2,35 Latin Club 1,25 Masquers 1,2,3. Future Nurses 35 Intramurals 1,3,45 Latin Club 25 Pro- WOODS, Jeanne me 4i Spanish Club 31 Tattler 4. Peacock Lane, Locust Valley TRACY, Barbara June Future Teachers 1,2,35 Homemaking 1,2,35 Intramuralsl 22 Cleveland Place, Glen Cove YERRY, Mavourneen Biology Club 35 French Club 2,3,45 Latin Club 1,25 107 Valley Avenue, Locust Valley Library Club '5 Masquers if Profile 3,45 Tattler 4. Band '5 Biology Club 35 French Club 3,45 Homemaking TROTTA, Cl1l'lS 45 Intramurals 1,2,3. 25 McKinley Place, Glen Cove YOUNG, Mall Biology Club 25 Bowling 35 Executive Committee 45 Seward Avenue, Glen Cove Future Teachers 45 Intramurals 25 Latin Club 15 Library Biology Club 25 Bowling 3,45 Latin Club '5 Masquers '5 Club 'ki MUSQUSYS 'I Pf0flle 4: Tfilfler '. National Thespians 3,45 Tattler 2,3,45 Tennis 3,4. TURNIER, Lambert J. ZALESKII Alicia 6 Gfllbel' Drive, Glen Cove 5 Westfield Place, Glen Cove Football "5 Latin Club 15 Spanish Club 25 Track 2,3,45 Chorus 1,25 Commercial Club "'5 French Club 25 ln- VaV5llY Club 314- tramurals '5 Library Club '5 Masquers 1,25 Profile 45 VAN HELDEN, Albert Taffler 3,4. 44 Hendrick Avenue, Glen Cove ZIER, jean Alpha 3,45 French Club 25 Soccer 2,3,45 Spanish Club 4 Beverly Road, Glen Cove VAN :LSSDENI Arthur H' 15 Homemaking 45 Intramurals '5 Maiorettes Duck Pond Road, Locust Valley ZRAKE, giephunie VARR?gI:flO3i,k2TL1 li SOCCSI' 3- 9 Magle Avenue, Glen Cove 19 Clement Street' Glen Cove .OW H19 3,4, Commercial Club 15 Intramurals l,2, I-'bfafY Club 2: Masquers 1,25 Spanish 2,3. if -if D As .f via-k'3s,,y 'Q ' , 4 :L . f 1 6 V5 ,'X., ,- Jim' JT 'wi " 'ani' cgi, .Af A " 'H i. .1 ' 1 ' "1' l". """ Sponsors y A ,. ii , ' eb M 4.: 17, if ,ff 'xii . "lf ejff 1-iftffff' A ' ' ' cgi.: ,f xx The City Council !!!,,f-j' . ,.. fi.--:.Ts Mayor ,, ,,,77.,A,,,,,A,,AA,..,,,7 ,,,,,,,,,, Joseph A. Suozzl Commissioner of Finance ,,,.o,,,..oA.. Harvey L. Doxey Commissioner of Public Works sVV,s,Ae,, Frank P. Fesla Commissioner of Safely .,7,,,..aeaa James J. Harligan Commissioner of Accounls ,s.,Y,,s,,,s Joseph M. Reilly Cily Allorney V Y,,, . ,AAss,,v. . Luke A. Mercadanle gui' Cily Clerk ,,,,ss,Y,,,,sss,, ,AA, ,,sss, , M arlene C. Meyer Clly Judge .....v..,ssssss,,,,sssrss,,,,sA, C s. Aaron B. Cohen Commissioner of Assessmenls and Taxalion ssssa,,,ss,sss,, Alberl M. Capobianco A A-iQ S -sw l 1 2 -14 2 Q x Ii gl, E. EU- I IZ.'.-L1-1 L.--L 1.41-,l - u': ...h.7..,, 31.3 :....1L.., iff. 1355: ww-LW: -'iii BQ Home-hunfing? When Mary Ann Burke looks for +na+ dream house, Goldberg Bros. will surely help her find i+. These realfors are found AT +l'le Big Clock, 84 Glen Sfreef. APEDA STUDIOS YOUR .SCHOOL PHUTOGRAPHER BELL AND HALPERN PHARMACY 87 FOREST AVENUE GLEN COVE OR 6-2298 MASQUERS G. C. H. S. Pacldison Molors - I50 School S+ree'r - has 'rhe fine record of being Nassau's oldesf Cadillac and Pon+iac dealer. Here you can purchase a dazzling car and coun+ on 'rhe reliabiliiy of local servicing. Joyce Gillen and Alan Ring are saving up for a car righl' now. ANDY'S BAKERY 33 CEDAR SWAMP ROAD GLEN COVE THE GOELZ PHARMACY 11 BIRCH HILL ROAD LOCUST VALLEY ORiole 6-054+ Q NASSAU SUFFOLK LUMBER 81 SUPPLY CORP. f - "EVERYTHING FOR BUILDING" HENRY R. CRIMM, MGR LOCUST VALLEY BRANCH LOCUST VALLEY, R. R. STATION PLAZA 0Ri01Q 6-2220 ' x S ' I N . I- ', , . 1 -1 . I 'has For carbon paper, fypewrifer ribbons, fypewrifers, inlc and office supplies which sur- pass all ofhers, may we suggesf fhaf you look for fhe Columbia brand name. Columbia excells in ifs fine workmanship fo bring fo you fhe besf available producfs on fhe marlcef. Herb Hill Road, Glen Cove. JOHNS HARDWARE 79 FOREST AYENUIL. GLEN COVE GL 4-272.2 BERGANO'S MARKET 37 FOREST AVENUE, LOCUST VALLEY GL 4-2660 ls your gardening problem soil allcalinify? Perhaps if is one of pesfilence? No maffer where fhe diffi- culfy lies, Doggef-Pfeil Company and Hyson Asso- ciafes - Cedar Swamp Road, Glen Cove, - can help you solve your problem. Their experf experi- ence in gardening and landscaping cannof be equaled. They specialize in agriculfural chemicals, Everlife Greenhouses, and soil pasfeurizafion. "'U'lll I'Y7'l"lil'l'7i74f1Wil77U i W!ggjSHlsgilQUi gYW "FWF . H my "Q - , - V. T: gf,-.. fp lzg , L ,,f1'6ih W 4 Q' 259 , , F' fr: - xg A 1:7 0 V' GD r Zl vu I 1 , X if- -Y J' L. N. 'tg li .','3'i!ff'i f"r ' "L: i ". V " ' ' . f . ,, . Wu 9 1. ff. '- I. V., V . 4 , V' we V 5 A if 3 4-I .,. ,. Q- ' f 'L . '- 05555-v 4 .- ' N 515135 ,L 2.55215 1 , - ..C.m.ii 4' -". 5- 7 ly. , ... 'w,N .2..W.... ' 5, 4 . F115-I ' - we-is H 'Q , a . 34 - V, ,..,, , .V Q A IUILM- L wr :L-wry! Jam- : i --'-- ' i yg wll l .,l4k.,j,'i1: ,A " t f 'f' Av I -fxf g Hungry, anyone? Everyfhing you wan+, from soup +o nu+s, can be purchased a+ Milf Bedriclc's Man- ha+'I'an Markef, 68 Landing Road. You can coun'r on fine quali+y 'Foods and 'rhe convenience of speedy delivery. McCOY'S TELEVISION 82 SCHOOL STREET, GLEN COVE GL 4-3250 MATINECOCK BANK OF LQCUST VALLEY 63 FOREST AVENUE, LOCUST VALLEY VALLEY PRESS 270 FOREST AVENUE, LOCUST VALLEY GL 4-2293 HELENA LOWY 69 FOREST AVENUE, LOCUST VALLEY GL 4-4288 The Campus, convenien+ly loca+ed opposife ihe school, on Foresi' Avenue, is recognized as +he cen'rer of lunch-+ime and aHer-school refreshment Vicfor Herberl, George Holzlcamp, Bill Kenary and fheir friend 'rake 'rime ou'r for a snack. Try if! GLEN FLOORS 68 GLEN S'I'REE'lf GLEN c1ox'E HERMAN HAIR STYLIST 62 SCHOOL STREET. GLEN CZOYE GL 4-'W46 ' M757 fi! . V- l'5f?:jg,1 Touchdown! Sfrilcel Baslzell Wha+ever 'the game, Cur+ Pylce buys all his equipmenf a+ fhe Sporf Shop of Locus? Valley - 24 Birch Hill Road, Locusl' Valley. Loolrs like fhe gang's all here! K. Johns+on, A. Famileffi, M. Meyer, B. Noble, B. Ferris and B. Nelson are ouf for a spin. Buf waifl The car jus+ won'+ run wi+hou'r gas, so fhe nafural fhing lo do is visif Meyer Aufo Repair - 83 Birchill Road, Locus? Valley - OR. 6-2457. Bruce, don'+ 'forgel' fo have your oil checked! GLEN HEAD HARDWARE J. C. DODGE AND SON. INC. 99 GLEN STREET, GLEN COVE GL 4-0242 3 How abou? a nesl' egg 'for college? For efficienl' service and dependabiliiy, 'rake your banking problems 'ro fhe Nassau Trusf Company, Glen Cove's indepenclenf communify bank. Loca+ecl af 9-I3 Glen S'rree+, Glen Cove. This bank is a member of +l1e Federal Deposif Insurance Corporafion and 'lhe Federal Reserve Sysfem. DALY AND HEDMAN 95 GLEN COVE AVENUE, GLEN COVE COMPLIMENTS OF BOHACK FOOD MARKETS '4Serving Long Island Since 1887' VILLAGE GREEN SODA SHOP 90 SCHOOL STREET, GLEN COVE i l 1 I l l 1 1 i JOHN DEL FERRARO CO. POPPY LANE, GLEN COVE T. G. MEEHAN 8. CO.. INC GL. 4-7709 INSURANCE BROKERS Tclephoncz Bm-kximn .1-J'2,w w 1.49 BIQGAAIJXNVAH' FURS BY HOFFMAN NEW YORK c:1TY6,N.Y. 18 SCHOOL s'1'14EE'1'. GLEN c1Ox'E GL. 4-1634 Ixfr- lQ 'bt ei 4 ' Tungslen - one of 'rhe very vilal elernen+s of our +echnological socie+y is being pre- pared righf al 'lhis momenl al Wah Chang Corp., Herb Hill Road. Nineiy percenl of The world's +ungs+en is refined al Wah Chang, here in our own cify. Thomy Nilsson and Mall Young are being escorlecl +hrough 'rhe planl by Mr. K. C. Li and associa+e. MARINO CLEANERS 39 FOREST AVENUE, LOCUST VALLEY McLELLAN'S 10 GLEN STREET, GLEN COVE Values galore and shopping comforf can be 'Found a+ +he Super M Food S'rore IGA. l+ is renowned for bargains, quali+y and experl service. Those dreaded shopping days are a fhing of +he pas+ if you pay a visi+ +o 'rhe Super M, 56 Landing Road. If i+'s foo much 'ro "visi+," OR. 6-2l5O will malce delivery our pleasure. FT? Do you need a rescriplion filled? l+'s a sure bel' you will be salisilied wilh C. W. Croft Pharmacisls, 47 School Slreel. Glen Cove 4-0054. Perhaps you need some nofions, lolions or polions? Whafever 'lhe needs, we are cerlain you will be as pleased as Marilyn Meyer. STElSE1L'S GLEN STREET, GLEN COVE H S M MACHINE WORKS. INC. Prfsiderzt, PAT HANNET BIRCH HILL ROAD Mmmm, loolrs good enough fo eel! ln fac+ Bruce Ferris and Mike Herwig are quife convinced lhal PaHison's home-made ice cream is 'rhe besl ever. PaH'ison's ar+ does no+ slop wi+h ice cream. They lake special pains +0 malre all of lheir producis ex- +remely moulh-wafering. Don'+ forgef +ha+ name- PaHison's, 3I-33 Foresi Avenue, Locus+ Valley. FOREST WINE AND LIQUOR 83 FOREST AVENUE GL 4-0330 W. E. BRITTON 81 SON FOREST AVENUE, LOCUST VALLEY ORiole 6-0193 AVERS SHOES 27 GLEN STREET. GLEN LOVE GL 4-6fIl'1 CIOMPLIMENTS OF DR. AND MRS. CANARICK Q' M MW. ' M .. s ' E. ' " w "' 'W 'tu ' H.:-LLL A, I . l- I -N. --A--A -,,g:p5:3:f:g.ig,,..,,.f' n h His a fhrill +o falre fhe wheel of your Merry Oldsmo- W5 I ., mutm uwwl y,. 1 , VFW ,.V, bile or +0 see +he USA in your Chevrolet when You ,ff 1, ,.,QQ' ,V i i equip yourself wifh fhe la+es+ in mofor fashions al' 'H-if r " . Luysfer Mofors - 70 Cedar Swam Road, Glen ?1',gv3 ,,V ' P Cove - DRIVE WITH CARE! f' " 3- ...,-: luffflll MOTORS. Inc ,.o...O,.L. .QL'fgjg, CMWOLU Q SWA n DD Glll cevl. -. Y. PHONE GL 2 - - 1 l ig at i gf- 1 i S -'IQ , . 4' X. Whefher if's a snack you desire or a lunchfime meal, The ideal place fo go is Henry's I f d GI S ' ' ' ' oca e on en freef. The menu is chock-full of 'rempfmg suggesflons which make for mosf enjoyable refreshmenf. You are very lilcely fo find Sybil Schroeder and Larry Finn enioying one of fhe usual freafs of coffee and doughnufs. REMEMBER, lT'S A DATE - AT HENRY'S ll is almosl worfh having somelhing wrong wilh your car, if you +alne il fo 'rhe Depo+ Garage in Locusl Valley fo be fixed. For repairs, ignilion service, and wheel alignmenl and balancing, Mr. P. E. Smilh is renowned. Call him al ORiole 6-ll5O. lsn'+ 'rhal righl, Ken. Barbara and Alley? Qoclge-Thomas, lnc. Funeral Direcfors - 26 Franlc- lin Avenue, Glen Cove, may be relied upon for sympalhy and cliscrelion when mosl needed. ORiole 6-l I80. CRAFT CENTER 20 SCHCJOL STREET, GLEN COVE CAMINARI'S LOCUST VALLEY, L. 1, Chris'rie's Florisl, bl Glen Slreel, is where Bruce Ferris discusses lhe merifs of a prom corsage. You, loo, will find +ha+ lhe combinalion ol a wide selec- lion of flowers, and experl crallmanship malces Chris+ie's 'rhe place +o go for any flower needs. Call ORiole 6-0490. YOU MAKE YEARBCOKS FUN HERE AT PROGRESS in "The City of Albany" Working closely with you has been truly a wonderful experience. ln the beginning there was nothing except en- thusiasm, ideas and many blank pages. Upon this meager foundation you have built this beautiful memory book. Our work at Progress really is fun . . . because we enjoy, so much, getting to know such splendid faculty members and students as you. PROGRESS PUBLISHERS INCORPORATED II COLVIN AVE.' PHONE 2-4401 0ALBANY,N.Y. Guidebook ,ii yi i g 441-Ae' 4 X ig 'ii 7 ff , f, ' -Z? Q f? -p ',':' 13,-.gif 'E Elini Y 437 "" A Y ' :'i,.3"i,Ei,..,.2 ? Adminisfrafion , 6 Alpha Sociefy 40 ' Afhlefics I0-I9 Baseball , I I4 Baslcelball , I3 Bowling I5 Cheerleaders I9 Foofball I6 Golf I2 Inframurals, Girls I7 Soccer I5 Tennis I8 Traclc I8 Varsify Club I9 Band 36 Baseball I4 Baslcelball I3 Biology Club 43 Board of Educafion 6 Bowling I5 Cafeleria Slafi 7 Cheerleaders I9 Choraleers 37 Chorus 37 Clubs . , 34-49 40 Alpha Sociely 5 1 If in I 44Qfi1zgQgg2lfI iff? ,diff Il lBr 1 'oei ee f I 'CII' C le4 e f Milf' I' 6' Band .......... . . . 36 Biology Club ,... . . . 43 Choraleers . ..... . . . 37 Chorus ....,....... ..... 3 7 Commercial Club ,............... 38 Execuiive CommiH'ees ........ 22,23,58 French Club .,....... ....... 4 I Fufure Nurses,CIub ..... ...,. 4 2 Fuiure Teachers Club .... . . . 42 Home Economics ..... , . . 39 Junior Red Cross .... . ,. 44 Lafin Club ..... . .. 4I Leaders Club . . . . . . 45 Library Club .... . . . 39 MaioreHes . . . . . . . . 36 Masquers ...,.... A... 4 6,47 Nafional Thespians . . . . . . 46 Phoiography Club ..., . . . 44 PROFILE .......,, . . C . . 49 Science Club .....,.,,... . . . 43 Spanish Club . . . .i.,...i... . I , 40 S+uden+ Advisory Council ..ii . . . 22 TATTLER , ..., I . . . 48 Commercial Club ...... . . . . . 38 Cusfodial Sfaff i...i .. 7 Dedicafion ,,...i...i, . . 2 Execu+ive CommiHees Freshman ....,. ...A 2 2 Junior .i..... .... 2 3 Senior I . .... 58 Sophomore . .... 23 FacuII'y ...,.. i.r. 8 ,9 Foo+baII .,... .... I 6 Foreword ...,., .... 4 French Club .......... . . . 4I Freshman Class Execufive Commiffee . . ..i. 22 Homerooms .....,.. ...I 2 4,25 Fufure Nurses . , . . . . . 42 Fu'rure Teachers . . . Golf ..i........... Home Economics .... Home Rooms Freshman . , . Junior ...... Sophomore ..,... Inframurals, Girls ......,. Junior Class Execufive CommiH'ee ..,, Homerooms .s...r... Junior Red Cross ....i... LaI'in Club ....... Leaders Club I... Library Club , . . Maioreffes .. Masquers ,.... Medical SI'aFI ,... Nafional Thespians . . Office Sfaff ......., Phofography Club . . . PROFILE .. . . , Science Club .... Seniors i....... Ball . . ,,... I , . . . Eleciion ........ I . . Execufive CommiH'ee . . . Direcfory ,....,...,. Por+raiI's ..i.. .... Soccer ...... Sophomore Class Execufive CommiHee . . , Homerooms ..,...... Spanish Club ............. Sfudenf Advisery Council . , . TATTLER ..i..,..,.. . C , Tennis ,.,......... . . Track .r,.... . Varsify Club . . . NOTE: Due 'ro Ihe necessify of mee+ing Yearbook deadlines in March, we are only able +0 presenf a coverage of Spring Sporfs of I957. The Spring Sporis of I958 will be represenfed in nexf year's edifion. 42 I2 39 24,25 32 28,29 I7 23 M32 ..44 s.4I 4.45 M39 H36 46,47 .. 7 ..46 .. 7 44 ., 49 43 52-82 54,55 . . 58 58 78-82 59-77 I5 . 23 28,29 . 40 I 22 48 . I8 . I8 . I9 . 0' W V, . . ,dp ' 1 ":.a ' s ' V 1. -X 3 I - ', Y , v sw . . - 'fx ! - 1 Q 'A A ' -nw --N' N .. -r .X 1, I . - -,1 ' P T 3 ' -um . " Q 0 i. 'J . ' 5 . 1, f 4. 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