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Page 51 text:
Left to Biqht-First Row: Phyllis Ryan, Robin Williams, Dorothy Adams, Albert Harris, lane
Farr, Barbara Whitson, Virginia Blum, Gertrude Byrne.
Second Row: Ruth Mount, loan Disler, Alice Panasuk, Marjorie Adams, Iohn Septak, Betty
Wincklhoier, Iune Hutchinson, Constance Hagerty.
Third Row: George Trought, Donald Ioyce, Harold Stillwell, Dr. Williams, Mr, Hunt, Martin
Sutphin, lohn Byrne, Robert Dey.
ational Honor Societ t
Left to Right-First Row: Rhoda Mach, Erika Parker, lane Farr, Robin Williams, Virginia Blum.
Second Row: Albert Harris, Martin Sutphin.
Page 50 text:
"He who is not prepnrrd lvdav will be les: .fu wmorrouf'-Ovm L
, U I , A
Blum onoed D. .R Pilgrimllohn Walker Named' Cast Chosen for Senior Plaid
virginia Blu flu, erlnnr .ii The 'l' xfll os, l -..N linen eleelsrrl .is iln- .ll x ll mio. ,,-.. Rllliffllll Undef WIY U
of Highlslown High Sfllonl Virginia
wls vtlertul dlllrnlr, slverell l.lllrIlrl.4lL-
who were nominated by the Senior Class and lnlell lllmn lvy lllc ldvllllv Slim-,
with other DAR. -pilgrims from neighboring srlluols, will llc llln
Governor Driscoll and will vlsll spols ol hxsrorlc mlcresl ln 'lircnlon
Program Tllnigll Q
l Octet, Choir, Choruses
' Under Bachmnn and
, Mnonheimer Oier
i Seuonal Selections
On F.-.day rvenm'-, lhxenrher 19 ai
3:00 PM ihe Mnsio lmeparlnsenr ol.ih.-
lzasi Windsor 1'on.nshiii Slhools nill
hresenr a Chrislmns l'rogr.nn inelndine
narr.e-i.anis from .orades 4 ro lz The
lonr el.o...ses are .nnler .he .lireei-in.
ol xlr Allred hl xlnsonlieimer ..i..l
Mr, James llaehman.
i The Brass oelei .lill ln- llczrll iirsi
as .hey herald ihe evenings enlorlain-
nienl vviih .heir familiar earols This,
group melndes Addison Benner.. Paul
Evans, John Pritchard, and Rober.
Morris on :he lrumpel and George
wesi.-waller Brown, Calvin Nodme,
'and John Ryba on .he irombone.
' The rormal program sv.ll begm nnh
a nresenial..-an of the Christmas siory
by Lola rr-aneis. lmnred.aielv follow.
ing, the enrlain will onen on ilie Grade
,School choir. Their selections will .ne
'elude '-Fairesi Lord Jesnsy' a silesian
Fone song which was used by lhe cro-
mders, "The rrrsr Noel," a .radmonal
enrol, and xn English earol, '-Here They
buurtel Ferforlnlw ' -M
A! Trenton Program
The lrighisio..-n limi. sehool Qnare
ies. gaye a program on hlareh l for
me Central New Jersey chahier or .he
American cznild of orgamsis, Tremon
The qdarlel, whieh is eorrnmsed of cal-
vin Nodme, Albee. Harris, George
West, and Addison llonneii, sane .he
following songs, "The whilrenyionl
song," -'Good Nensg' :mil 'The Ania
mals Are Comingf
Rhoda xlaeh has been nanied ediiore
rneehiei ol lhe annnal rer.rh...,h, The
Higlnslonian, by lhe senior elas.
ollier slah members .nelnde liar.
srrnih, Doris lvel vin., nn.. hlelleyold,
Robert Meyer, arsoeiaro odiiors, liihel
Baremore, arr eshinr, hlarnnrel Nan.
Slnrley Phillips, assisrani ar. erhinrss
Ruth Moiinl, l..lhan Jaeleson, Jenmie-
Welsh, Marlin Snlrrhin, sports edrlorss
Charles ug., iilioingraphy edilors Jo-'
seoh slnlls, Leo reniiy, assislani ,dine
Pullen, business managers: wilhan
Wesl. advertising manager, Jamey l-:ne
,nhemia, Ray Hniion. Eslelle l.ie.l.l.e,f
' asslslanl advernsing managers, liolscn
Wojciechowski, circulation n.n....e..r.
Earl McKnlghl, Pearl Vlslnllnl, Lois
Praners, Belly Whnrklholer, ass.s.an.
The rneinres for .ho yoarboole and alll
individual sleeiehes of .he members oi
lthz class have been complclud, The
iSmllh Press nl Trenton llns Iwcun
awarded the Conlrarl for llle llrlnllnpr
ol ihe book H
:Hirschkop Wins 5
l Finals to Be Held
ln Trenton, March 6
' The American negro.. ormorrenl c....a,
issi .vas held rebmary za ai .ho hm.-rel
:lean Legion rem... rn :he In-in lrnilrlinu
Jr-lorlon Hirselilrop and A...l...ny Nob
bra were the in-o Highrsloon llieh
School pariioinanis Hirsehlrnly syolse,
lon "A New sinh nl Freedom," :mill
Nehbla on "l,lncnln's Conrribllllrln ro
'lhe conslilnnrmn lfirsi ,moo l.-as n-rmi
by Morton lalirsehleon and .he seeond
fell lo Anlhony Nebbra.
The Mercer Conniy oraiorleal con-
iesr, held in ihe war hlernorml lxnild-
mg in Trenlon, will rake plane hlarel. li
lcivic Groups Launch Drive
iF or Funds for Band Uniforms
e.------Na+-i civio organi,...io..s oi rligli.....n..
Morris Wim Berth
On State Orchestra
lid Cranbnry lmyn lanrieliml .. .lriie ir.
lrarse 52,500 In ,nirehaso .niilorme lor
'rho school band.
Robe" Moms' ' """'b" U' ""l Under lhe .liro...m.. oi llr names s.
freshman elass. has nroyen h.s ninsieal, b l j I U 6 I
abilily by gaining a Position in ihe Alle Fafhmanl "W 50'l""' ?"' " ' 'L "
l Stale High School Orchestra in com
- ln the history of lite lllgll school
I I l ve
peiiiion wilh seyomeen oihers during Among 'h' ""1f""'2""'n' W ""' "'
,,,,,,,,,, wymy, Wm had ,H Hasnaeld promised snymorl in rho dr..-e are .ho
He was awarded rhe seeonrl chair li-lla
, orange, nie l..ons clnb. and .he lands
,bass and aimeored ... s. ermeeri nm.-l. A'1'i'la'Y'
was held 21-21: Bollnll Brook llig
,sehool, Sunday, Febrnnry zz.
'loiher who lried on. were, oeor.
l, The colmnlltee in charge .rl rho drive
ls as follows: Charles ll Conway. More
ris Hageman. hirlnaril Juris, Choi-les
Newark Sunday News
Julln lilfalkcr, llle mln-notcll lullblck
on onr soeeer learn, has done hirnsell
proud lby being named lo lllc All-Stale
Seliolasiir soooer Tear.. llnlierl Brown,
'another of onr bes., reeoived honorable
'The Works rtwrlcr ol lllc "Newark
sdmlay Novo," Tn... crnmell, siales,
"The delonsively sirrmg llioliisinwn
eleven oonlribnles ihe rinse Jullhark in
ihe person ol John walker vvalher, 3
versanle lnmier, nlayod mosl ol the sea-
rography edilors. una Fisher, lflorensl-
Ison as .i l...lf.l.nels, lalon-eyer, he was
ennally .si home as a inllbaok dne ro
his abihry lo employ .he 'wlnrrl bank"
slylo nl i.l..y when his .earn was being:
anressorl ll was his brilha... .ill-nronnrl
-baelrhelrl norle lliai helped bring ill.-
-Group l eli..n.,nonsl.ii- io llighssiown.
"hValluzr eonlriloiiled .he hme goal lor
ll-le eenlml Jersey champs in llleir rn-
.nrrmh over Coaoh l-la..s's charham olnb
lm a mr.rmrable over-nine nlay ofr.
Ywalleer ralos as inimni.-li hnll back bu!
was lnehed lor ihe liillbmle slo. bee
eanse of .he iiealih ol siandnnr hali
back nialerial " , . Y 1
H.S. Students Take Par!
,ln Lions Club Program
l On November rwellrh, ihree students
ilro... onr high sehoel, rwo seniors and
one Jdnior, were speakers 31 the meer,
.ng ol nie Lions' clob 31 old Highis
lnn, in honor of American Ednoalion
dnoed ihe olllcr soealrers and bresenred
.he ihenie, filsdildrngh xlariin sdrnhrn
ihen .alleed on '-The leole or ihe School
in Life." He was followed by Albert
ing AmcriCa's Future."
nn-, .- .1 Y ., e- ,ml
To Present Plays
In Coming Assemblies
This year .he llrn..n.i.ey Clnb is .lie
l-nled in... inn seelionsevme nnder lhel
Rhoda Maeli, .he first svealeer. mlro-i
Harris. who spoke on ihe iopie, "Build-1
For Moon Makes Three
- The eo.nmn.ee eonsisnng of ,xhee
Mounl, Rhoda Mxrll, James Eulcnna,
zllll Ann hlellemld, lime cllo-rn lo
lone as their nreseniaiion ihis year.
"The Moon Makes Three," a ihreeaael
:emnrdy by Anraml llarris Mrs. ndoar
Pearce, lllc dlrrrlnr, has scheduled lhe
,day lor Thursday and Friday eyenmgs,
Noyeinber zo and zl.
The easi .nelndes .he following Sen-
iors: virginia l3lllm,Grarlrlm1jackson1
Barbara Jo, Anne Nolan 4 Marsy uarley,
Alive hlounl, Fvc Vlfllson, Dol Adams
X E-Ann Halley: Ann hlellevolrl, Eleanor
harley, Jane l-'arr, hlrs Bailey: Rhoda
hlaeh, hlineiia xldler: Eileen cronee
Jlenny hlay VVest, James Eniemia
Jolrn-Henry harley, Raymond Russo
lFranlr Hall, l,l:o Fnnity, Nickie llar-
Almyr Reber. woiieelionslo, Terry lla..
'Sends News to
The ri.l.l.e..y clnb in oor school has,
,becn quite acliv: this year. ll is guided
by hlrs. coolesron and meeis dnring'
hllh Drriod on Tuesday The membersl
who are present at eqcll meeting are
Rhoda Mach, Edlrh Oser. Doris Del'
Pon, Jane Farr, Belly Wincklholer.
Erika Parleer, Lillian Rosso, and Joyce
lsrnlis. The following .nemhers who
are nul liresenl as any ol :he meenngs
but WPC for the Club :rt Florence l'ul-
len and Rim Fischer,
Each week a different membnr .-
chosen an editor and ll ls her rlllly ls.,
Service Club is Sponsored i
By School Student Council l
b A Service Club sponsored by the
Student Council and composed of about
lorry members has reoenuy been
lormed in Hightslown High, This club
will ialre over ihe supervision of .he
halls in the mornings and al noon oe-
riods, and will also serve is llsherx zl
assemblies and olher Srhool events
i These members, nye boys and nee
girls lrnm each lnnior and senior home
room, were eleoled by iheir home room
clnssmales. from lhose who filled these
refl...re.ne..lsr l Mnsl have railed no
courses ln the lasl school term. 2. Must
noi be a class nlhcer, student council
revrcsenlalne, or cheer leader. J. Must
,be approviby the high sehqoljaeiilly.
Student conneil Joie..
Nation and State Group: I
, The sindem connerl nlneh meeis
xslh oeriods on rndays has bern bnsy
ilalely wirh a yarieiy of ...aners or bos-
liness. The seryree Club wlneh .s .mder
,ihe sponsorship of ihe sindem Council
has been discussed al lengih and has
been narnally se. up,
The conned has loaned boil. rho Na-l
tional Assooiaiion ol Sludcnl cnnnnls
'and the New Jersey Stale Assooaiion
of Student coniierls There mll be
eonneil members sen. .b reoresen.
l-lighesloan ar the s.aie conlennon of
sunny. Eqlingils lo he held on Novem.'
Senior Play Nets Q520.4'I5
Well Received by All
l The Senior Class ol Highlsiown High
School presented their anmlzl Senior
Play, Thursday and Friday evenings,
Nov. Xl-Zl. which resulted in a "bang"
sneeers. Tolal receipts amonnled to
363737, and expendilnres were estirnal-'
ed ai sllo.9o, bringing lhe nel prom to
552037, and cxguicliwlres were eslimzr-
ed at 311630, bringing rhe nel profil lo
552137. The Senior Class expresses
sincere ihanlrs io the many members
and friends who helped make the play
a success and further extends apprecig.
lion to their dirzclor, Mrs Elgar
Pence. and no all the assisranltwho
lireeiion ni :ll rs snliagl., ihe nlher led
by MYS, Lllllvltslrlll. lirllll Rf0LlIlS llavv
.lays selieddle.l lor rho si-emo semesier M
hlrs s..l...eh's erm... will iyreseni nl
.neeaei .-.mierly eninled -Aslioelr Of Hi. nd,
.lien hy llonald Payton, Cami Crollrc.
ogre hl,.n..., llarilyn l.a.rd, Lillian M,
iusso, ,loam We-sl, and Anne Wcndl
.are lrarls in this play. sinee .here are per,
io boys in the gronr., ihree oi the men's
.aris will be .aleen be girls making ihe pci,
may raiher .mnsnal to say .he least
You are oomg .o ne. ihe 1-sheer ol pai,
Your Life" zrullnd February l9
Mrs cn,.lesion's gi-om. onli nrese... l-el..
'Never Trust A Man," is mic-art coin-
ln 'X :L 'xinnlll Six girls or-'ln-ls.
' "' . . 4 odi- in ' . V .' r Fl
wen. rrornbones ,Addison ,He.....-il, Ollellly. and adn-ard Poiler. YY 4 V It V H - H ' Y. U
If U-Savervllln Basketball linlncf
hl-lh...ellen lxnsloiball camo-
iz-eroha..ee .sxssenilrly llroeram
IJ-Hlglllanll Vzlrk llaslrlbzlll
17-l.lorrlclllovlll liasleclblsll Gaull-
ze-asnoih lliver laashelball lznme
alebralional llonor soeieiy lmnn.
20-Princelurl llrlokclllull Liillllr- X
Mach and Farr
Harris, Parker, Williams
Selected from Junior Clan
jane Farr and Rhoda hlslcll llaell-
been eleried .o 'membership in die
Highislown cliainer ol ihe Nahonal
Honor sneieiy by laenliy role, 'rn-d
olher Seniors. Martin Sulphin and Vir-
ginia Blom, already hold mernberslnr.
rin the group, har-me been eleeied as
The members or .lie lnnior Class who
were selerlerl for me.nlrersl.a,. are Ala
beri Harris, hzrika Parleer, .md llobm
For rnclllbcrsllllr ln lllc National
Honor soe.e.y, stullenrs are selee.ed on
the basis ol soliolarshii, leaderslni..
serviee, and character, ,
serviee is imernreied as a ,.erso..'s
willingness lo do lliormrolily an asa
srgned servree in seli.....l, and io shoe
:onrlesy al all limes. Leallersliip is ina
ierpreled io mean a persons' milianve
in promoullg any srllool aclivni-5. con-
lrilnining ideas and exerimg ihai lyye
of leaderslllp wlllcll wllolcsonlcly and
ai-livelv nilln.-nl-cs lrivlurd il line and
Page 52 text:
Left to Right-A-First Row: Doris Del Pup, Adele Centenaro, Shirley Updike, Estelle Liedtlce,
Rhoda Mach, Alice Mount, Lillian Iackson, Miss Tuohey.
Second Row: Iean Danser, Carol Lasche, Caroline Symnes, Ann Mellevold, Lois Francis,
Corky Drew, Lois Morris, Liberia Nebbia.
Third Row: Robert Hancock, Lowell Perrine, Leo Fenity, Alice Gifford, Virginia Turp, Grace
Van Aiken, Paul Evans, Iohn Stults, Iohn Ryan.
Fourth Row: Pete Simiminson, Bill Thompson, Bob Wojciechowski, Raymond Russo, Ray
Hulion, Bob Meyer, David Smith, Ronald Kennedy, Richard Anderson.
Left to Right-First Row: Addison Bennett, Eugene Dubell, Charles Ugi, Bob Chamberlin,
Second Row: Ioe Slults, Earle McKnight, lack Ely, Horace Brown, Leon Wetherill, Leo Fenity.
Mr. Iames Bachman.
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