Hightstown High School - Ritz the Ram Yearbook (Hightstown, NJ)

 - Class of 1948

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Barbara Adele Whitson "Bobbie" August 28, 1930 Cranbury Objective College Student Council 4: Glee Club Z: G.A.A. 3: Hostess Club 3, 4: Basketball 4: Hockey 3, 4:Senior Play Promptor 4. Who steals his heart away? Who makes him dream all day? Why Bobbie, ol course. She is a very pretty young miss who hails lrom the neighboring town ol Cranbury. She is tall, and a lucky possessor ol light blond naturally curly hair. Bobbie has a smile which seems to have captured a certain Man fVincent by namel, Alter graduation she is going to attend a college in Penn- sylvania lor two years to major in Home Economics. We know she will succeed in all her' undertakings because of her winning personality and attractive appearance. Curtis Williams "Curtie" November 5. 1928 l-lightstown Objective College Soccer l, 2, 3, 4: Basketball l, Z, 3: History Class Sec. l: A.A, Council 4, lVice Pres.l: Orchestra l: Glee Club 2, 3. Curtie, another of our top letter men, is very popular with everyone and is one of our wits. He has participated in soccer and basketball through his school lile, and much of the team's success can be attributed to his fine playing. Because he is so well liked and admired, we are all sure he will make the grade in college, and accomplish his aim in life. We are all rooting lor you, Curtie, as we did before on the grandstand. Helen Elizabeth Williams "Willie" january 4, 1931 Hightstown Objective Nursing School Hockey l. 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball Z, 3, 4: Glee Club 3: Baseball 1, Z, 3, 4: Numerals Z, 3. ' Here we have a very quiet member ol the senior class. Helen has been a very active member in sports. Without her versatility on the athletic field, the seniors certainly wouldn't have much ol a team to brag about. She can usually be seen in History class jesting with her pals Lillian and Theodocia. We are sure she will be a very efficient nurse and wish her all the luck in the world in her chosen career. 1301

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Pauline Weaver November 12, 1930 Cranbury Objective Beautician Senior Play Committee 4: Hostess 4: Baseball l. Pauline, another of our quiet females who may be described as average in height and weight with light brown hair and green eys, takes an ardent interest in roller skating and sports. She will be very successful in her chosen career,-a beautician. She has a fine congenial manner, much poise, and a grand personali- ty! and we ieel quite certain she will be efficient and well liked. Ierome F. Welsh November 4, 1930 Hightstown Objective College Baseball 2. 3, 4: Glee Club 2: Student Council Z, 3: Yearbook Staff 4: Senior iPlay Committee 4: Publicity Club 3, 4: High School Times 4: Class Treasurer 2, 3. Here is one of our most promising candidates for the future. Of medium height and compact build, Ierry is as proficient at sports as he is at studies, which is saying a lot, for his name is always found on the Honor Roll. He is also considered somewhat of a sports critic and woe be to anyone who belittles Notre Dame's football prowess for he will be confronted with a sound argument backed up by numerous newspaper clippings by noted sports writers. His spontaneous wit and manner make his presence en- joyed by all. Many an otherwise noneeventful class has been greatly enlivened by one of his typically witty remarks. Ierry has numerous friends and certainly will succeed in any career he chooses. William Ioseph West "Bil1" Iuly ll, 1928 Hightstown Objective Business Orchestra 1: Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Soccer 4: Baseball 4: Photogra- phy Club l, 2: Music Appreciation 2: German Club 2: Yearbook Staff 4: Senior Play Committee 4. Stop, Look and Listen! Here's Bill, one of our best friends and pals. You must stop and notice how neat and well dressed he is. Look.-why you couldn't help but miss him anyway: Listen.-for his noisy Hudson puttering up the street. In addition to being friendly and full of fun, he possesses fine dancing ability which has won him much acclaim. During his high school days, sports and women seem to have attracted his attention. and Bill is always on the go. After high school, Bill will enter the vast field of business. l29l



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Theodocia Williams "Annie" November ll, 1930 Hightstown Objective Nurse Glee Club 2, 3: Library Council 4: Hockey Z, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4: Numeral and Letter 2, 3: Senior Play Committee 4: Table Tennis Tournament 2, 3. Here is another one oi our classmates with a great sense oi humor who is always ready with a snappy reply. She is full of fun and has plenty of quick witty remarks on hand when she needs them. She is very enthusiastic about sports and has played on our class teams for several years. Alter graduation she has chosen to be a Nurse, and we know she'll succeed. Can't you just picture her cheering up all the patients? Mary Elizabeth Wincklhofer "Wine" November 19. 1930 Cranbury Objective Undecided High School Times 3, 4. KAssociate Editorl: Hockey l, 4: Basket- ball 2, 4: Baseball 4: Yearbook Staff 4: Glee Club 3, 4: Hostess Club 4: Publicity Club 3, 4: Class Treasurer 4: Senior Play Com- mittee 4. Shy and backward-no, these words don't describe Betty. She is one of the iriendliest people in H.H.S. Tall, dark hair and the prettiest blue eyes you ever saw is what you'd call this hubba, hubba, woman. Betty has been very active in sports during her tour years in high school and she is another one of our lassies who hails from Cranbury. She has not yet decided on what she is going to do after graduation but whatever it is, we wish her luck and success. Robert Leonard A. VVoiciechowski NWOT, August 18, 1930 Cranbury Objective Agriculture Glee Club Z: Senior Play 4: Magazine Drive 4, fCo-Chairmanl: Service Club 4: Yearbook Staff 4, fChairman Circulation Com- mitteel. Bob, one of our enterprising young farmers has won wide acclaim for his meritorious 4-H' work. Being a very willing and efficient worker, anyone who entrusts Bob with a job can feel assured that it will be well done. He has actively participated in all extra-curricular activities and has also served numerous committees. He is tall, well built, with light red hair, blue eyes and a winning smile. Because of his swell personality Bob is well liked by all. His ability in the Agricultural field has already made itself known and we all know Bob is one fellow who is going far in his chosen occupation. l31l

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