Horace Greeley High School - Quaker Yearbook (Chappaqua, NY)

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'EA' 'N Wwxwf. 5 FACI LTY DOINALD W MILES S ecomfary Principal Act lllg Dzstrzcg Prmcl I Middlebury Colle e 151 H WGFSIU M A arv C au1U Ed D olumbla Unix erslgl HORACE GREELEY HIGH SCHOOL non M 70 no RING snoox Roan H PP ou To the Class of 1960 Each year the Senior Class sets the tone for the whole sc ool. It is a fine tribute to the Class of l 60 at the Horace Greeley High School has never enjoyed a higher standard of conduct, attitude or service than it has this year under your leadershl In bidding you farewell, I Know that I am speak lf in congratulat n ing for the faculty as well as for myse t record and for the outstanding con t you or your excellen r butlon you have made to the good will and harmony have characterized school life this year. You will long be remembered by all of us -- administra on, faculty, a students alike -- for this particular quality of leadership that you have exercised so effectively. Why I extend to each one of you my personal best hderful cooperation wishes and my sincere thanks for the wo you have given me in a year when I needed it most because of the double load I have had to carry in my dual capacity as High School Principal and as Acting District Principal. cordially, QM W ' wil Dr. Donald W. Ihles Princlpal I 7 l ,A Y .g 7 . .5 ' ALB W. ll-Es. PRINCIPAL h 9 th 1 pc 1 B f .- li 1 hat tl nd ADMINISTR TIO AND GUIDA CE "-'ws' ARTHUR BLEEMER Rutgers University, B..-X.: Columbia Uni4 versitv. KLA. 'NIURIEI KATHRYN C-XRTEN PXINI W HILRRINQ TON Huntmr Colle L B A Umser xtw of Buffulo NQW XML Ng 111 Tgqghgr Colle Q B5 Nt Ed M York LDIXLI ltx N1 X Eg 'fi' RHODX I KWNER DALE F REMALY LXXIN WILDMAN Hunter Colln L B X COIUIHIJIJ. Unne Shlppensbur qtate redChe1'5 C0116 9 BQ Unlwer 1ty of NIICIH an BA MA Colum Slty NI -X New Xork Lnner ltx Ph D New YOTIN UNIWCI' HY WI A 1:11 LIIIWLFQIIN NI X 9 X , 5 ,' 7 1 --w y A , 1. 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Chemistry. Physics. Advanced Placement Physics. JOHN W BEHONEK Unnerslty of Mmne ota B 9 NI A Leale of Absence 19591960 WARREN N LAZELLE JR UHIVCISIIY of Vermont BS Columbn Um verslty M A -x .sz...EfQ JAMES .l. ANIIERSUN Formlhum llnivcr-ity, UA.: Nluntrluir Stats- T01lt'lll'l'4 Cnllvgv. Nl.A. Q--2--'db iLXRENi EJ HOUNIIFL St Lawrance Unnersltx B S Lolumlnl Unlur ltx 'NI X ROBERT .I ST CEORCE KENNEIH R TIC IL Clark UHIYCISIIY BA 'NIA Auron Colle e HS Umxer ny nf Mama NI Ed I3 ' as f f - ' sf' 'Nr J . f .5 A ' . X K V , I 1 . 1 . l . Y ' s ', ...,-.. .. "f - ' -,', ..g a ' , - 'r s ,', . .f . . , i V - , rf "K, A it . A -I I I , K 9,2 4 P 6. . ,Qml, f. ,Lg ,L . . . , N ,QV ' li? .ff Qfrggijffgf -' W" ,M ,. 4. . - , ., zf. 2-rx 1 : E 2 ,fe A, l fe Fw ' , ..g . - ' , " g, ..: sj, ' , , , 4 . . 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Vlechanical Drawing, Shop Dru: r Q ljcluc ltion NIERL W HRH HTISILI 1 msylx mix State l cw York llnnu in NI X Unimr ity 0 Pill bur li N1L1t HELEN CORNIAN DONALD HUI ZAR New York Stite Teacher Colle e B9 ltliiclloll e New York Unnersity M A REINHOLD KLUCE EDWARD E STARK New York State Teavlxers Colle e B S New York University B S Nl A Xl XRC ARF l' 5 l EW XRT New York St ite fcacller Colle B L5 Nlidcllelvurx Colle c N1 X I5 . ' '- '- '. ra ' . L . I , I'-1 . 'z 'L : 'lvuvlis-rs College, N1 ' , .g.g '-s' ' s gi ,L . 't. . U ' I ,I . C. , ' ' 1 1 " s ' g , .Q.: z L I eg , BS. 1 - 1 ' , A l I A ' f ,Y "I-53321, 'K , f Li I ' V, f A f 1 X 1 . N . 1 1. f ' 1 ' f g,-- l ' ' ',--,fm ' 1 ' 'S 30,13-A - g-,r.g. USIC AND , FINE ART C Art I II III Arts and Crafts MUSIC Theory Chorus Band and Orcheatra HOSE LEF HALPFR glxldlIl0I'f' folk gn B Q Hrya-,,,.,.,,, f ' 0 N .. ' ' F n F A J. l I . . C. . Q. I 1 A 4, ' ' if f gf 1' - ' ' 1 f 1- ,N ',e7lf'i',1f'g , m M, V Xi Q w P . L A W. , C r ' 4 1 ' 5. I L , ' fre' A X 1 X fn ' ' , u ,' rf' -H . L ' V1 ' ' , L . J- J. l - ,,, V I ,, ANTONETTE PACKS MORTON ROSS Sy racuse Unls erslty B A Columbia Um Lnner ny of Nllllhl an B WI Ea tman xeralty M A School of Mu ll M NI Lame of Absence 1959 1960 FRANK F SIEKMANN j05El'H VISCA New York UUNCISIYD BS MA COIUUI Jullllard N hnol of Mu lr' BS Columbia bla lJl'llVEI'Sl!j Ed D UHIXCISIIQ NI S PHYSICAL EDUCATIO AND HEALTH Badmlntou Bafkntball Baqeball Iw1Qtba11 Hockex Iootball 1 1u11QQe Pm, pon SOLCQI Soft 112111 'I'e11111Q Track Vnllexbill Wxutlm 1x1 'F' L NN NI PXIIIN ILXNXE I3 IRWIN FARLL HXL Penn 111.11114 Nt.1t1 I nuer 1tx I3 9 Temple New XHl1x Stne T1 ll 111r C1111 1 3 Il N Lruur ns NI X .qxf ,al-ti' NANCY J PGWDEIN HELEN L ROGERS NI XRK H VL HH IIFTON Boston Lmxer 1tx BQ Vawar Qnhool of 'Nur 1n RN 'Nua Xork Nuw XOI1'x SIIIL 'I1L1c1111 C1110 0 BQ Lnuer ns Q 'N T P H 'N 1111117111 111161 I7 ' IlHilIHllllllfillllllukll .I-W. --ww U 'KN' -W--... """"iUnv..,..f ' X' ..,-. l VZ' r". 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'mv . -w M, f'f,.q,2 .1 -ww-905 " ' QL ' "'5iQi,x5 . f r ' . . 1 4 I-u-sl, . nh -1 n SENIORS SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS i ...4 Sztlzng L Dennlson Secretarw A Campbell Presldent glandzng A Allen Treasurer D Howe Vrce Presrdent B Fowler Parllamentarlan . g. .- Q. , IN RECUGNITIGN MR CHARLES FOX TAYLOR Our Advlsor, 1956 1960 Nlr faylor ha been our class adusor dur1n our four wears of h1 h school Durm these wears he has been a Dood captam guldln us throu h both storms and falr weather Thank you Mr Taxlor ANDERSON CLAYTON ADAMS Clayton . . . Andv . . . Clean Car . . inmate at the Grand Union . . Seen with uAce" I . . Engineering School . . . t'Still Lookingf' Industrial Arts Club 3, 4g Boys' Chorus 4g Chorus 4g A Cappella Clwir 4 ARCHIBALD JOHN ALLEN Arch. . . Archie. . . 1949 n . . . - I' and Charlie Brown . . . trip to New Mexico . . . Dave . . . favorite com- panions include A.F.S. students and blonds fprefers the latterl . . . plans to go to W'illiams and get a Ph.D. in truck driving. Track I: Shop l: Dramatics Ig Science Club 2: Sketch Club 2' Service Cl b 2 H' grev wreck Idols Huckleberrs Hound u 2 ISIOYY Seminar 3: Honor Society 3. 4: Vice-President 43 Homeroom Treasurer 2: Judiciary 3, 4: Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent 3: Junior Musical '3' Grade W'd T . - . . 1 e reasurer 4g Treasurer Comm. 4. JOY EDWARDS ANGIER ,lov . . . hamburgers and French fries week-ends . . . scratch one . . . Beatnik . wales tales . . . The spot . . 4'Why' itis Uncle Ral h N r . I p . Chorus I, 2, 43 Homeroom Secretary I: Sketch Club I. 2, 33 Intra- murals 2, 3, 4. SUSAN MILLS AUGAT Sue . . . lunch time bridge player . . . uwater to acid or acid to water" . . . fish boy . . . hates school buses . . . '6Yes, Miss Kurson" . . . she did buy the horse . . . the other corrupter . . . "Good Grief." Chorus lg Band 2, 3, Sketch Club 1, 2g Nominating Committee 29 lun- ior Musical 3, Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4. MARIE LOUISE BARKMAN Marie . . . 4'What,s that hanging from your neck?" . . . always at Bliss's, in the bomb. or playing ping-pong . . . one- of the majorettes. Transferred from White Plains High School, White Plains, N. Y., 1958. Photography Club lg Science Club 1g French Club 2g Intramurals 1, 3, Ll-g Dramatics Club 3g Chorus -lg Greeley Tribune 43 Senior Play 4: Junior Musical 3, Modern Dance Club 4: Majorettes 1, 2, 3, 4-. ROBERT ALLAN BARNES Bob . . . girls, boats. jeeps. money . . . summer beards . . . five word solos in "Bayou Flutel' . . . full of confidence kid . . . frogs legs . . . future conservationist. Chorus 1, 2, 3: Dramatics Club -lg Sketch Club -l. JUDITH ANN BARR Judy . . . seen with the girls . . . the white convertible . . . Red Cross and more Red Cross . . . Letters from Georgetown and Vermont . . . MING . . . "I don't believe it! . . . likes red Fords, blue Opels and beating Pelham in football games. Dramatics Club lg Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, President 3 4' Westchester County Delegate to Junior Red Cross 33 Junior Prom Queen Attendant 3, Junior Musical 3, Library Staff 3, 43 General Organization 45 In- tramurals 2, 3, 4g Basketball Honor Squad 3, Badminton Honor Squad 3g Physical Education Aid 4g Head Manager of Hockey and Basketball Teams 4g Apparatus Club 4, Homeroom Treasurer 4. BEVERLY ANN BECKWITH Bev . . . a certain shy Sheltie . . . "Oh, judge!" . . . Maine . . . shirt- waists . . . falling in non-scurmny ponds . . . advanced placement . . . raising amoeba and paramecia . . . Dodgers . . . 'gWell!', Dramatics Club 3, 4, Chorus 2, 4g History Seminar 3, Greeley Tribune 3g Bridge Club 2g Dramatics Club Play 3, 4, Thespian Evenings 3, 45 General Organization Handbook 3. CHRISTOPHER BRUCE BEEMER Sue . . . The T.C .... Singapore . . . Gosh it,s cold out . . . let's go somewhere . . . just call me "The plumber" . . . T.G.l.F .... and, of course, F ranzl's. Dramatics 2, 3g Radio Club 2, 3g Soccer Intramuralsg Basketball In- tramuralsg Track Intramurals 2, 3. SHARON LEE BIGELOW Sharon . . . Oh, thatls the way you do it . . . one of the few that doesn't give all her allowance to the homeroom fund . . . tennis, swimming, art, and sports cars . . . Oh, well. Transferred White Plains High School, White Plains, New York, 1959. lub 1 Service Club 1 2 3 Reading Club 4g Tribune 4g Senior Latin C 3 , , 3 Play 4, Sketch Club 4, Teachers Club 2. , J' ' A po ' ,!. .I x fd MKG, y 7 ,,, Mwfffffy M If ,if , Jay , Af" PHYLL S A BIGGS Phyllis . . . Bush . . . Brooklyn . . . seen with Bonnie, Cathy and the girls . . . the long walk . . . summers spent with Sue and Linda . . . Croton Dam . . . phone calls . . .slumber parties . . . pizza with Diane and Ginger . . . pigtails . . . nice to everyone . . . Z Lunch . . . "Yeah,' . . . Paul. Transferred from Fort Hamilton High School, Brooklyn, New York, ' ' ' l 3' S ' r 1958. Intramurals 3, 4g Sketch Club 3, Junior Musica , enlo Play 4, Honor Sertificate in Shorthand 25 Service Secretary to Dean 2, Service Art Staff 1. ANN ELIZABETH BLISS Ann . . . without an ue" . . . knows all about model A's . . . One of the elite two in Latin IV . . . lunches with Betty, Anita, and Chris. Chorus 23 All-State Chorus 4, Dramatics Club 1, 2, Red Cross 1, ln- tramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Homeroom Secretary 3g Grade Secretary 25 Greeley ' ' ' ' ' M 'cal 3g Senior Play Tribune 1, 4, Treasury Committee 3, Junior us1 4. STEPHEN MICHAEL BLUE Steve . . . '4Mr. Bluei' . . . The Red Flash Pontiac . . . "Miss Kurson, don't you really want a squirrel?" . . . The Great White Father . . . the Arab silently folded his tent and stole into the night . . . fires at the bus stop . . . "Who's cold, I'm not!" Transferred from American Community School, Baghdad, Iraq, 1957. Yearbook 13 Intramurals 1, Science Club 2g Homeroom Parliamen- tarian 3g History Seminar 3, Homeroom President 43 G.O. Colmcil 43 Executive Committee 43 Photo Club 4. LOCKE BOGART Locke . . . "just watching the scenery" . . . Mr. Barlow's physics . . . What, me worry? . . . the camera doesn't lie . . . meet you at Rexall . . . Trig formulas as done with Biz . . . "It's not later than' you think." Science Club 1, 2, 3, Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Photo Club 4, Photographer for Greeley Tribune 4. ERNEST NICHOLS BOWEN Nicky . . . Pennsylvania summers . . . a certain Yorktown girl . . . hill- billy music . . . folk music, and guitars . . . always singing with Dave . . . a continuous driver . . . a member of Miss Kurson's Illustrious home- room . . . thrives on Espanol. Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Sketch Club lg Industrial Arts Club 1. KEITH NORRIS BROWN Keith . . . "I.et's have a basement party" . . . beer in the fishbowl . . . Big .less . . . Always playing pool . . . the old gray Chevie that sometimes runs . . . physics favorite . . . "Let's get out of here!" Transferred from M. S. Waggener High School, Louisville, Ken- tucky, 1958. Football 2, 3, Track 2, 3, Chorus 3, 4, Photo Club 1, Junior Musical 3, Senior Play 4, Industrial Arts Club 4, Dramatics Club 2. JAMES RODGER BUCKNER Jim . . . TR-3 . . . Continental classroom . . . "Hello Reba" . . . "All right, so I forgot the whistle" . . . recording fiend. Science Club 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 3, Gym Club 1. ROBERT GLENN BURCH Bob...Cap'nDew...B2... cold flagpole and a can of paint at 2 a.m .... "Hey, Fowlerw . . . One of the Locker Room Chorus Line. G.O. Colmcil 1, 2, 3, 4, ,l.V. Football 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, County G.O. Representative ' Society 3, 4. Latin Ill strictly for laughs a 3, 4, I.V. Baseball 2, Track 3, National Honor JAMES JOHN BUSCHINI JR. Boosh . . . "You know it!" . . . "Just keep tellin, yourself thatli' . . . NWillows Clubv . . . basketball games . . . Canteen . . . pet peeves . . . teachers with no sense of humor . . . future college . . . likes Mr. Ticzeis Physics classes with the sliderules. Transferred from Valhalla Junior High in Valhalla in 1957. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer fco-captainl 45 Baseball J.V. lg Intramural Basketball fcaptainl 2, 3, 4g Recreation Football fCaptainJ lg Recrea- tional Basketball 3, 43 N.W.I.L. All-Star Baseball 3' Science Club 1 3' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Industrial Arts Club 1, 35 G.O. liepresentative lg Alli County Soccer Team 4. ALLAN REUBEN CAMPBELL Al . . . Big Al . . . Wings . . . one of the Locker Room Chorus . . . Hot '51 Ford . . . 4'Watch me scratch out" . . . Famous Bam Parties . . . One of the great Junior Musical Stage Crew Members . . . seen with Heer- wagen, Will, Lar, and the boys . . . Mary . . . One of the few sticking with a Senior woman . . . Dartmouth or Hamilton. Junior Varsity Football 1: Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2 g Varsity Wrestling 3, Varsity Club 3, 45 Homeroom Parliamentarian 15 Home- 'room President 2: Homeroom Treasurer 3, Senior Class President 43 Class Executive Committee 2, 45 General Organization Senate 4g Indus- trial Arts Club l : Junior Musical 3, Senior Play 4. LUCIE BROOKS CAMPH Bonnie . . . Bon . . . Porky . . . fthanks to E.C.l . . . Bon-Bon . . . "Mack the Knifen . . . Avalon . . THE LONG WALK . . always laughing or talking . . . 3 hour chase with Cathy . . . "MEOW" . . . ,49 Dodge . . . g'That's cooli' . . . letters to B.U .... 'LLights" . . . Dodgers . . . Jitterbugger . . . secret ambition, to get thin . . . the Log- Cabin . . . Halloween and pigtails fright Biggs?J . . . future singer, Junior College, to get married . . . 3 years going steady fM.P.J . . . aqueduct night fright C.C.J . . .? Modern Dance Club 4g Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 1, 2. CAROL LOUISE CHAFIN Carol . . . HI clon't care!" . . . "this is ridiculous" . . . Goody Shop . . . Mt. Vernon . . . a certain Impala . . . Art MFIamingos" . . . plans . . . secretarial school . . . ambition . , . to raise Puma's??? . . . seen M J d withaPuma...Fred...Rebelara...Hester.... .....an a pack of Winston's . . . A certain RING . . . 'cthe clotsv . . . 'GG.P.L.ll' . . . the youngest senior. Camera Club 3: Art Council Ll: Sketch Club 41g Senior Play 4. FREDERICK MARK CHAMBERS Seen with Oak. Collins. Deignan and Mayer . . . stamp collecting . . . Trying to instigate me again. eh, Cobbs? .. . 'iAnother day another dollar and a half's worth of eflucationf' . , . One most likely to be squelcherl . . . Educational TV from 6:30-7:00 AM .... Snowball fight in the bus. Sketch Club I. 2: Shop Club I: Basketball Intramurals I: Baseball In- tramurals 3: Speech. .IUDITH SPENCER CHATFIELD Judy . . . Lime Rock . . . Caflmenls . . . Art Room . . . seen with 'Gthe clots" . . . g'The Bettle People" . . . Hteam Lotus" . . . Carol and her Puma . . . going into interior decorating . . . "Vice-President of BAN' . . . art. art. and more ART . . . Always taking pictures. Chorus I: Bridge Club 2g Photography Club 3, 4g Greeley Tribune -I: Sketch Club I, 2g Junior Musical 3. CTT f -it CATHERINE FRANCIS CIULLA Cathy . . . seen with Bonnie and Phyllis . . . The long walk . loves parties, pizza, howling and E.C ,... trips to Jones Beach . . . "YVhat?" . . . Log Cabin . . . crazy driver . . . Aqueduct . . . Canteen . . . loves to dance . . . 'il canit wait until my hair gets longw . . . phone Calls with fVI..I.B. Basketball Intramurals 2, 3. 4g Nlajorettes 2, 3, 4, Chorus 4, Ist, 2, 3, Senior Play 4, Greeley Tribune 4. X,,Cf,e'.tvXf K TSX -Cu w X115 L Rh N .r-'L C ' -5-X rxkrtl W Lf.-H S sz 6 . 'iifksfk ff TN cv-5' Us VR xslal-1' Q4-, Mlm ' 1 fel , ft, if Ny A, l PENXVELI,-ANN CLARK Penny . . . Miss Goody Shop 1960 . . . co-author of Spa! and the Triumph . . . "WWW-y-y-y-y NOT?" . . . "Right!" . . . "Con Cal" . . . "Scratch one!" . . . "T.C.l.F." . . . Log Cabin, Princeton, N. J., Maxl's . . . pizza at Sherman Park Inn . . . 6th period study hall . . . college, secre- tary . . . hates people who go to sleep at slumber parties, people who say she talks funny. Chorus 2. 1: Dramatics Club 2g Yearbook 4, Greeley Tribune 4, Home- room Secretary 3: Hockey Intramural Captain 4' Intramurals I 2 3 1' ,Iunior Musical 3: Senior Play 4: Volleyball Honor Squads lf,Captaiiil -l. SARAH HASTIE COBURN Sally . . . "Anybody get the car todayfw . . . sports . . . wild ski trips . . . Williams weekends and Princeton boys . . . Lynne's pool . ,. . "Do you know what?7, Treasurer of Homeroom Ig Chorus 1, 2, 3, Sketch Club I, 2, Homeroom Secretary 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball Honor Squad 3, .1-g Junior Varsity Hockey Squad 2, 3, 4g Lacrosse 2, 3, 4, Ensemble 2, 3, 45 Junior Musical 3, Ensemble Letters 3, 4, P.E. Aid 4, Greeley Tribune 4. CHRISTOPHER IVIILNE COLLINS Donit ive u the ship . . . If at first you donit succeed try, try again 8 P movies dances, and sports events . . . Fantastic expressions on the trampolin ,,. . Has Collins finished his mile yet? . . . Boxing, target shooting, fixing automobiles, strength tests, and current events . . . seen with anybody, but mostly alone. .. Track 3:3 Intramurals-Basketball 3, 4g Shop Club 1, Science Club 2. J' 9 ' Y Q .1 1 i' 1' Q't ' s , v I Y , " . 1 I . A I' " I N I' 1 Q, i ' x 1 5. ' El - CONNIE CREAMER Connie . . . Con . . . Little one . . . Nco-ordinatedw . . . "No Iokei' . . . "laugh muchv . . . Log Cabin . . . Sherman Park for pizza . . . Wesleyan . . . Trips to Casa Ybel . . . Alfred B. MacNamara . . . Hates people who think theyire fat . . . people who are sarcastic . . . likes baseball games . . . football games . . . midnight swims. Sketch Club 3, Red Cross 4, Apparatus Club 4g ,Iunior Musical 3, In- tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. VIOLET CURCIO Vi . . . Violette . . . Dave's favorite flower . . . twirling around campus . . . constantly giggling . . .nursing . . . long gab sessions with Carolyn and Sandy . "Oh, I hate these leotardsv . . . "number please?7' wild weekend in Coo rstown with Liz pe . Transferred from Pleasantville High School, Pleasantville, N. Y., 1958. Red Cross 1, 2-Treasurer 2g Homeroom Vice-President 3, Treasurer 4, Junior Musical 3, Majorettes 3, 43 Yearbook 4, French Club 2, Trea sur Committee 4' Chorus 3, Senior Play 4, Tribune 4, Intramurals I, Y a 3, 4, G.0. Council 3. SUSAN ELIZABETH DAHLCREN Sue . . . Death . . . Red Healey . . . '6Boy, am I impressed" . . . "Are you nice?" . . . 6'Honestl" . . . Saturdays at Colony . . . dislikes parked cars that cost you 335 . . . Black Hair. Intramurals lg Sketch Club 3g Tribune 2 g Red Cross 3, 45 Bridge Club 2. PETER FRANCIS DAVIDSON Smiley Davidson . . . Always happy . . . "I'm sleepyl' . . . Plans to go to Oklahoma on a Football scholarship . . . Jeeps and ex-convertibles . . . seen with himself . . . Kennedy . . . Marleen. Football Ig Track I, 3, 45 Industrial Arts 1, 4g Dramatics 3, 4g Senior Play 4. JOHN FRANCIS DAVIS 1 "Oh, lost my head!" . . . "Nasty brake." . . . "Is your name like any- place exciting?" . . . never stay in one place too long . . . always in favor of a good big pizza! l I . . . heading for the Log Cabin . . ,lust because sometimes I'm quiet people think I'm a grouch . . . people that love Themselves . . . wants to go to Miami after school . . then the Air Force or police school. Football 1, 3g Basketball 23 Baseball I, 3. 4 PAUL FLEETWOOD DEAN Manager of the Little Store . . . McPeake's famous cars . . . Jeeps, jeeps and more jeeps . . . Nomadic friends . . . '4Now just a minutev . . . UHey, John, who's lighting the next show?,' . . . "Next week we'll get organizedf' Dramatics 1, 2, 3,, , cience u , , Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 4, Gym Club 1. 4 S ' Cl b 1 2 3, Industrial Arts Club 3, LYNN ANN DeF Del: . . . Lynn . . . Tank . . . Shortie . . . "When ya going to grow . . . B.B.S. and Lake Fairlee fan . . . uHey, Lynn fDennyl', "What's up gangfw . . . "Toot'! li' . . . going to Gym . . . Big Brother . . . laugh much? General Organization Homeroom Representative 1, Judiciary 3, 4, Cho rus 1, 2, 3, All-State Chorus 4, Drama Club 2, Junior Musical 3, Senior Play 4, Physical Education Aide 1, 2, 3, 4, Third Team Hockey 1, Varsity Hockey 3, 4, Junior Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, Lacrosse Team ELICE . ?,, K' LL i, 2, Baseball Intramurals 1, Ju 1 y Subcommitte, -new aj , op J ,ya 1 .V ,xcfigggly C gfiqsyiigiuxy QXXUL wild MQL '41 09592 AV ,pb ' pifpf' DQ L J 'cfwimd 1 ifmfgaqgv r M5 ,saga rf J, 6L4gQ,Cp,'X4 Mb ,QQgre,awc, 5, 9-f f , if . wp Gig? 4? 1 V CMU div DEIGNAN ND Little interest in team sports but likes outdoor activities like skiing . . . uso this is the great Senior year?,' . . . My lab partner doesnit even think he'll live to graduate. Speech 1: Dramatics 2, Reading Club 3, 4. PAUL KAREN LYNNE DENNISON Denny . . . HTF' . . . Charley . . . "Hey, you guyslv . . . Burmuda Z . . Bromley . . . Draity costumes . . . finally bowled 60 . . uswimming ln gymsults . . . creative writing . . . skiing . . . travel . . . seen with just anybody . . . Buddy. gholnrui 1, 25 Dramatics 15 Creative Writing 3, 45 Hockey Honor Squads , 3 niramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Sketch Club 15 P.E. Aide 15 Homeroom Treasurer 35 Senior Class Secretary 45 Red Cross 15 Junior Prom Attendant 35 Junior Musical 3. MARGARET ANN DICKENSON Peggy . . . Peg . . . M.A.D .... "My hair's a messl' . . . likes . . . blue and white Minx, Stepinac boys . . . learning bridge . . . trips to sprout lake and Dick Clark show . . . wants to be an airline stewardess . . . long nails . . . always being corrupted . . . arranging blind dates . . . seen . . . Hpartneri' . . . South Africa . . . "Sea of Love" . . . eating Sukiaki Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Sketch Club 2, 35 Yearbook 45 Jlmior Musical 35 Senior Play 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. HELEN LEON ORA DIENST Hel . . . One of the "select three', . . . snell . . . honestly, Debbie! . . . co-dinner parties with Tank . . . letters to Kem . . . big eater . . . chemistry "experiments" with Sally, Clem, and Tom . . . plans to go back to Lake Fairlee as a counselor . . . "Anybody going down to the gyIn?,, Homeroom Vioe-President 15 G.O. Council 25 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Hockey and Basketball Honor Squads 3, 45 Service Club 3, 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Leader Corps 45 Honor Society 3, 45 Secretary-Treasurer of Honor Society 4-5 Bridge Club 25 All-State Chorus 3, 45 Chorus Ac- companist 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Musical 35 Nominating Committee 25 Senior Play 4. GEOFFREY ARNOLD DILLON Geoff . . . "You're a turkey" . . . "Roberts, youire nothing" . . . Kitchenette . . . movies in Vvhite Plains . . . skiing . . . swimming . . . hunting . . . seen with Don, ,lim and Bud . . . After school-college . . . Latin IH with Burch. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, ,l.V. Football 2, 3, Soccer 4, Basketball Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Industrial Arts Club 1, Tribune 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Tennis 1, 3, Boys' Chorus 3, 4, Homeroom Parliamentar- ian l, Junior Musical 3. SANDRA DONHAIVI Sandie . . .lcupid . . . "Fabulous, . . . "And all that jazz" . . . "To- morrow l've got to go on a diet" . . . loves sports cars . . . art, food, jazz, open houses, slumber parties, sports, sports, sports . . . pug nose . . . oh, those college weekends . . . Summers with Sue. Greeley Tribune 4, Basketball Honor Squad 2, 3, 4, Badminton Honor Squad 2, Hockey Manager 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, All-State Chorus 3, Hockey Honor Squad 3, 4, Sketch Club 1, 2, Dramatics Club 1, 2, Hi-Y 1, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Secretary 1, 2, Bridge Club 2. ' A f Q CYNTHIA LYNNE DRURY Cindy . . . '41 am not a shrimpv . . . ardent Dodger fan . . . white con- vertible . . . trips to Chicago . . . seen with Bev, Cindi, and lane . . . a certain little boxer . . . those slumber parties . . . HI finally got the car today!" . . . desire-finish knitting year old sweater. Sketch Club 2, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Thespian Even- ings 3, 4, Greeley Tribune 3, Senior Play 4, Dramatics Club Play 3, 4, General Organization Handbook 3, Squad Leader 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. J I I ,1' -' C ..' v Q ,Q "M .0 '4'v' ' X ,x . Q 'X 4 . I . X r 5 G V 5 -v 51 llpwgx. t ...N , ,, I,- .. . . , Q C301 xfn I gs .JK A' ' 4. A' Q I ' . fl C FV ! JOHN McCABE DUNCAN, JR. Shorty . . . Jack . . . the Maine woods . . .interested in music, hydr planing and boat-building , . . electronics . . . chemistry . . . plans to study chemical engineering at U. of Maine or chemistry at Bates Col- lege . . . "racing the rebel" on any available body of waterg red and white chevy. Transferred from Englewood School for Boys, Englewood, New Jersey in 1958. Clee Club l, 2: Rifle Club I, KNRA ratinglg J.V. Basketball 1, 2, Hill Talker I, 2, Chorus 4. WILLIAM HARVEY EBERT, JR. That's a really good play! . . . "You turkey youll' . . . "You just keep thinking thatlv . . . called Buds, Ebs and the little fella . . . "Let,s go to Greenwich Villagew . . . seen with that girl Charly readin . . . g Peanuts . . . attempts at working . . . Zen Buddhism . . . changing personality . . . listening to Shep. Basketball Intramurals I, 2, 3, 43 Recreation Basketball 3 4' Varsity Soccer 4g Homeroom President 43 Executive Committee, 45 Service Club lg Homeroom Treasurer 2g Greeley 'Tribune 43 Boys, Chorus 3, Senior Chorus 1, 2, 33 Junior Musical 3. THOMAS DENNY ELLER Talkative? . . . the Ford that doesn't work . . . seen with Dave in the ,50 Chevy . . . Scabs and girls . . . "All right!" Football 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Service Club 3 ,4g Track 25 Hearing Committee 4, Industrial Arts Club 1. MARCAID VIVIAN ELLIS Matkey . . . MI swear I can't see anything through the microscope" . . . Bad News . . . ABC . . . travel weekends . . . 'clnspiration anybody?,' . . . spelling backwards. Transferred from Saugerties Central, Saugerties, New York, 1957. Science Club 1, Debate Club 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Freshman Debate Award 13 Dramatics 3, Yearbook Sales Manager 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 History Prize 1, Junior Musical 33 Hockey and Basket- ball Honor Squads 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. ROBERT LOUIS ERNSDORFF Bob . . . Electronics man . . . silent senior . . . back in Canada . . engineering school. Transferred from St. Patrick's College, Uttawa, Ontario, Canada, 1959 Homeroom Vioe-President 4, G.O. Representative 4, Radio Club 2, 3, Science Club 4. JOHN EARLY FIELD, JR. Jeff . . . seen with John, Clayton and Paul . . . always backstage . . hunting and fishing . . . future forrester . . . Hey, Pal. Dramatics Club 3, 4, Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, Science Club 2. .JOHN F ILS .lohn . . . mn with Clayton, Paul, Jeff, and others . . . summers in Maine . . . the owner of the greatest of all jeeps f the grey ghostj . . . the Yankees will win yet . . . Junior Musical . . . Trampoline on Sundays . . . "We had a blast!" Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, Crew Chief 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Science Club 1, 2, Football 1, Junior Musical 3, Senior Play 4, Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3. CAROL ELIZABETH FISHER Carol . . . run-dovsm car . . . certain Deerfield boy . . . large contribution to homeroom talking fund . . . basketball fan . . . seen at Colony . . . "Push the door handle down, not up!" . . . summers working at St. Luke Convalescent Hospital . . . "see ya, fish! " . . . "It's the what- cha-ma-call itll' . . . workin on earbook 3 Y - Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, All-State Chorus 3, 4, Grade Secretary 1, Homeroom Secretary 3, G.O. Representative 2, Judiciary 3, Yearbook Co-editor 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey Honor Squads 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Honor Squads I, 2, 3, 4, Physical Education Aide 4, Junior Musical 3, Treasury Committee Secretary. CLAYTON PENROSE FISHER III Clayt . . . Fish . . . Chick . . . New Hampshire . . . lighting expert . . . that red and white jeep . . . seen with Carole . . . one of the three F 's . . . Mr. Herrman's Math classes. Senate 1, Dramatics I, 2, 3, 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, Intramurals 1. WILLIAM ALBERT FISHER Fish . . . always at the C. C. Garage . . . wants to be a good mechanic . . . "Love that Lark" . . . "Race anyone?,' . . . cars, cars, and more cars. Industrial Arts 3, Gym Club T, Chorus 1. GEORGE STEVEN FLINK "Piece of bread for me, piece of bread for youu . . . "Why not?,' . . . "Refs of ruck, Charlie" . . . "back in the boxi' . . . likes fishing, girls, cars, singing, good books, senior plays . . . plans for Tufts to study Geo- logy or architecture . . . seen with Lou, Dan, L.A., Lou, Ascher, Doug, Peter, etc. ' Spanish Club 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Soccer 4, Basketball Intramurals 2, 3, National Merit Scholar 4. BURTON PIERCE FOWLER Bif . . . Nose . . . mls that a come on?" . . . Hey, Boo Boo! . . . a gift from California . . . me tool . . . '6That,s pretty funny" . . . You gorkl . . . Syracuse . . . '6l..et's go to the Canteen" . . . always on time . . . gruesome threesome . . . donit worry. Transferred from Amherest High School, Buffalo, New York, 1957. Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 3, '4, Track 2, 3, 4, Service Club 3, 4, Hearing Committee 4, Chorus 3, Executive Committee 2, 4, Class Parliamentarian 2, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, Homeroom Vice- President 3, Homeroom Treasurer 2, Treasury Committee 3. :Hill MARJORIE LEE FRITZ Marge . . . Margie . . . seen sneaking into country clubs . . . day camp counselor . . . found in the art room . . . those wild slumber parties . . . attempts at Bridge . . . "Oh, those pixie haircutslv . . . "Dick Clark sat 1n my seatli' . . . my sister took our clothes to college . . . Silas Margie . . . amiable. lntramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus 2, 3, 4g Sketch Club 1, 3g Greeley Tribune 43 Junior Musical 35 Senior Play 4, Yearbook 4, Art Council 43 Cancer Poster Contest Winner 2. JACQUELYN GATES Jacky . . . small fry . . . the little boy in the Junior Musical . . . "Don't worry, l won't fall in that cracki' . . . still trying to reach 5 feet. Chorus 1, 3, 4g Majorette 2, 3, 4g Captain 35 Christmas Choir 3, 4. DOUGLAS LAWRENCE GIBSON Doug 1 known for the Laugh and the cane Ming Wonderful wonderful seen outside C building on the football field with Ken Bruce and arguing with Harold member of the famous Musical sta e crew hkes football food r g gi ls student of Barlowism wants to be an engineer and attend V M 1 Chorus 1 2 3 Service Club 1 2 3 Vice-Pres1dent3 Hearing Com mittee 3 Nominating Committee 1 2 President of Judlciary 4 Greeley Tribune 4 Class Treasurer 3 Varslt Club 3 4 Secr y etary 3' Senate 4' Boys State 3' Executive Committee 1 2 3' Junior Musical 3' Foot- b ll 2 3 4 V Basebal a ' J. . l Manager 1' Varsity Baseball Manager 2' Track 3. DANIEL PETER GILDESGAME Dan . . . 'glVIr. Gildesgamel' . . . something about knowledge . . . hours on the Trib . . . 6'Why?,, . . . relaxed . . . Danny. Greeley Tribune 3, 45 Creative Writing 4, Dramatics Club 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 4. MARY ELIZABETH CLYNN Mary . . . Mergle . . . "Oh, my absolute goodness!" . . . hardworking Roaring Brook counselor . . . "tennis anyone?" . . . memories of Havanna . . . cha, cha, cha . . . love those fifth graders . . . Bingo winnings . . . bad little shrimp . . . 4'Helly" the Cape Cod pooch . . . dimples G.0. Representative 4, Homeroom President 45 Junior Musical 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Yearbook 4, Greeley Triblme 4, Senior Play 4, Dramatics 1, 3, Red Cross 2, Hockey Honor Squad 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Elementary School Observation 4. SUSAN JANE GRAFFLIN Sue . . . uplain Jane" . . . weekends at Taft . . . imports boys . . . "Iet's go to Franzle's" . . . "I doubt if the Yearbook will ever go to press!" . . . "Little Fellowi' . . . Chris . wants to go to Singapore . . . president of the "foot-in-mouth club" . . . a little sister complex . . . T.G.I.F .... always broke after homeroom. Band 1, 2, J.V. Hockey Honor Squad lg Varsity Honor Squad 2, 3, P.E. Aid 1, 2, Basketball Manager 2, Leader Corps 3, 43 Judiciary 3, Yearbook 3, Co-Editor 4, Ilmior Musical 3, Intramurals 1, 2,' 3, 4, Delegate to New York State Conference in 1960 White House Conference on Children and Youth 4. JAMES LEONARD GRANGER Jim . . . Grange . . . "Last bus out of this place" . . . "I don't know, I'm just the chauffeuri' . . . "Get that pencil out from behind your ear. Mr. Granger" . . . seen at Tex's Free Handouts Sessions, Bud's Hi-Fi H , . . . angout. Mr. Barlow s room after school . . . likes math, sciences, quiet parties. long hair music . . . after college hopes to find out how the Armed Forces beat Fitz and him at building a rocket . . . pet peeves- crowds, rushing, people who have to be home by 12. Chorus 1. 2. 3, 4: Football 1. 23 Intramurals 2, 3, 43 Science Club I: Judiciary 43 Service Club 2. 3: Junior Musical 3. LAURA SUZANNE CREGG Sue . . . Suzy . . . "Why oh why did I leave California?', . . . no coat? . . . good old English and Tanko . . . oh, the cold weather . . . last to go to sleep at slumber parties . . . ambition-medical secretary or airline stewardess . . . seen dropping books, paying dimes for talking in homeroom. Transferred from Willow Glen High School, San Jose, Califomia-1959. Class Treasurer 2: Girls, Athletic Association 23 Cheerleading 3g Argo- naut Honor Society Treasurer 1, 3: Service Club 33 Foreign Exchange Committee 3: Yearbook 43 Student Council 2. 33 Chorus 4. WWWZPQMMM WW Carolyn .. . Greek . . . 'Rlghtrln . . . "absolutely, posilutelyn . . . 'Sbig lossv . . . likes singing, playing the piano, cheering, butterscotch d sun aes . . . seen with Don . . . "I think I,m gonna' take my test soon!" . . . one of the last ones asleep at slumber parties . . . long conversations with Violet . . . laughing fits . . . future elementary teacher .n . 'iwanna' hear my cat say hi?7' Chorus 1. 2, 3, 43 Bridge Club 23 Yearbook 4g Cheerleading 43 Greeley Tribune 13 Dramatics Club 1g Head Hockey Manager 33 Homeroom Secretary 23 Hi-Y 2g Junior Musical 33 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. PETER DANN HEERWAGEN JAMES AUGUSTUS HANDS, JR. James . . . Hands . . . Jim . . . Diego . . . "Stay loose!" . . . "I'Ie's a good man!" . . . "Neatsie-pooh!" . . . "Weenie" . . . seen at Canteen, Stud l' house riding around in I..ar1y's bullet, the 6300" . . . noted e s , for falling out of cars . . . white mice . . . knockm' Clem . . . pet peeves -the many senior privileges, weenies, frimps, and clods. Transferred from Newark Academy, Newark, New Jersey, 1958. Homeroom Vice-President 4, Class Treasurer 4, Chorus 3, Boys' Chorus 3, Junior Musical 3, Track 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 4, Softball Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Basketball Intramurals 2, 3, 4. DONALD ALFRED HARVEY Don . . . Harv . . . Ace . . . "Just keep telling yourself that" . . . "Sure" "Who's got a car?" . . . Turkey . . . member of the Willow Club . . . seen with Carolyn, Grange, Buddy, Boosh and the boys . . . those rides with McCarthy . . . a certain Physics class . . . having a soda at Tex's . . . plans include college and then work. J.V. Baseball 1, Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4, Varsity Soccer 4, Basketball Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4, Service Club 3, 4, Hearing Com- mittee 4, Senior and Boys' Chorus 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Parliamentarian 1, 3, Junior Musical 3, Recreation Basketball 3, 4. Pt ans...Bubbles,thankstoMr.I'Ierrmann...soccer e e gg weenie . . . lover . . . "How many dates is that?" . . . famous barn parties . . . seen with Al, Will, Larry and The Men . . . "Where's to- night's party?" . . . "Boy, are you out of shape!" . . . fabulous stage crew of the Musical . . . trips to Safeway with Service Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Hearing Committee 4, Treasury Com- mittee 4, Varsity Soccer 4, Co-Captain 4, Varsity Track 4, J.V. Foot- ball 1, 2, V ' Football 3, J.V. Track 1, J.V. Basketball 2, Basket- ar-my ball Intramurals 1, 3, 4, Softball Intramurals 3, 4, Recreation Bas- ' ' Treasurer 1, 3, Senior ketball 3, 4, Junior Musical 3, Homeroom Play 4. 5 N BEATRICE ANNE HILL A in Ohio . . . future nurse . . . one of the twilers . . . spare time spent at the hospital. G.O. Representative 25 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Secretary 3, Treasurer 45 Chorus I, 2, 3, 4. All-State 4: Sketch Club 2 3' Majorette 4, Junior Musical 3: Yearbook 4g Senior Play 4g Intramuialsll, 2, 3, 4. nne . , . Shortie . . . won,t admit to anything over 5'11,' summers HAROLD HIMMELMAN Har . . . Himms . . . the only male cheerleader at football games . . piano . . . Italian food . . . President of Mr. Hermann's police force . . . 'LThe poor truck broke down . . . 1'k ' " N 1 es to smile . . . Monkey. J.V. Basketball and Track lg Varsity Track 23 Greeley Tribune I, 2, 3, 4: Service Club 2. Treasurer 3, President 4g Hearing Committee 3, 4g C.O. Senate 4, Chorus 1. 2: Treasurer's Committee 3' AFS Scholar- ship 3g Boys' State Award' National Honor Society 3,743 Nominating Committee 1. DOUGLAS LATON HOEFT Doug . . . an original Creeleyite . . . sports . . . backyard basketball . . . likes "Detroit" back-board breaker . . . gets the Buick often . . . famous homemade bread. Baseball Team 2, 3, 4, Basketball Team I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 4, Science Club 3, Industrial Arts Club 33 Junior Musical 3. MIMI ELLEN HOFFARTH Mimi . . . Skimpy . . . Jones Beach . . . Anyone for a broken axle . . . "I hate mosquitoes" . . . one of the few originals . . . Crash. Chorus 1, 2, 4, Bridge Club 2, Sketch Club 3, Squad Leader 1, 2, 4, Badminton Honor Squad 3, 4, Basketball Honor Squad 3, Dramatics ilj, Junior Musical 3, Senior Play 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Year- oo 4. SARAH LAWRENCE HOLLAND Sally . . . Meh . . . "Ollie" . . . Always talking . . . red sneakers . . . co-author of Spot and the Tnhmph . . . always in the gym . . . later, later . . . midnight talks on the phone . . . Loves people. Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 1, 2, Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4, Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Hearing Committee 2, Assembly Committee 4, Homeroom Secretary 1, 3, Leader Corps 3, Co-Captain 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Squads 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Musical 3. ROBERT WOOD HOLMES Foxx . . . Bobby . . . always cutting wood with Ben . . . dislikes pick- uptrucks.2.thegreenbornb..."bite"...'t.hesecondhalf...seen at Mygatt's. .l.V. Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, .l.V. Basketball 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, .l.V. Track 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Varsity Soccer 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Home- room President 2, 3, 4, G.O. Rqmresentative 3, 4. WILLIAM BALLARD HOLMES Billy . . . The first half . . . member of the great Junior Musical stage crew . . . co-owner of the green flash . . . well, you see. J.V. Football I, 2, Varsity 3, 4, J.V. Basketball 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, ,I.V. Baseball 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Service Club 2, 3, G.O. Council 4, Senate 4, Pro-Tem Chairman 4, Homeroom Vice-President 1, 3, 4, Junior Musical 3, Senior Play 4, Varsity Club 3, Treasurer 4, Gym Club 1. MARY HOLSAPPLE Mary . . . "Laugh and the world laughs with you" . . . football games . . . Mibank Home . . . Allan . . .Colonial for Pizza . . . always losing or forgetting something. Service Club 2, 3, 4, Nominating Committee 1, Junior Musical 3, G.O. Formal Snow Queen 3, President of Modem Dance Club 4, Hockey Honor Squads 3, 4, Squad Leader 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD EARL HOWE, JR. Dick . . . Baby food . . . the hoof . . . Smiley . . . The family next door ...BlueChevie...withtheFoxxorBenny. . .wrestling G.0. Representative 1, Grade Vice-President 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Vice- President 3, Homeroom C.O. Representative 2, I.V. Football 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4, ,I.V. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 4, Speech Club 1, Bridge Club 2, Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, Sketch Club 3, Service Club 3, Intramurals 4. ROBERT HUNSICKER Bob . . . Hunts . , . seen filling candy machines . . . working on radios . . . regular lounger . . . wants to be an electrical engineer. Science Club 3g Industrial Arts Club 3. LYNN DEAN HYATT Lynn . . . naturally curly hair . . . sneaking into the country club . . . always riding with the neighbors . . . lunch-time bridge player . . . known as the "Corrupter.,, Sketch Club Ig Bridge Club 23 Science Club 29 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Musical 3. WILLIAM RICHARD IRWIN Bill . . . working when not around . . . early moming hours are the best . . . roadracing on Whippoorwill . . . Cars and Cars. Industrial Arts Club 3, 4. wifi LAWRENCE ALBERT JOHNSON, JR. Larry . . . Lar . . . Cruising in the Blue Bomb . . . football . . . the finer things in life . . . lively weekends . . . "A.P." . . . rockin, in the showers . . . plans for Comell Engineering School . . . modem jazz . . . seen almost anywhere. Tribune lg G.0. Representative lg County G.0. Representative 15 Chorus lg Service Club 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 45 .l.V. Football 2, J.V. Basketball Manager 2 3 ,l.V. Track lg Wrestling 3, Varsity Football 3, 4, ,llmior Musical 33 Varsity Club 4. JOAN CAROL KATHER ,loanie . . . seen . . . attempts at bridge playing . . . maroon shirts . . . "Wl1o said Spanish III was easy?" . . . "I understand, really I do!" . . . plans to major in Home Ec . . . HM-M-M wonder why? . . . being saved by cute lifeguards . . . ,loan-please stop thinking! ! l Transferred from Van Antwerp, Schenectady, New York, 1957. Tribune 4, Yearbook 4, Sketch Club 3, Bridge Club 23 Spanish Club 2, Library Club 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Junior Musical 3, Senior Play 4. ROSEMARY ANNE KEANE "I forgot' . . . going barefoot in fire drills . . . Kehonke dishwasher skiing . . . sailing . . . Sunapee . .. "Peg, stop thatll!" . . . . . . the explorer group?? . . . horses . . . "but the gears got stuckll" . . . RRRROSAMARRRIAI A11 Council 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Sketch Club 1, 2 5 Junior Musical 3, Bridge Club lg Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. ESTEL WOOD KELLEY Woods . . . Estel . . . tennis, basketball, and Dostoyeski . . . bubble gum . . . Little ,lack . . . Washington . . . dislikes younger brothers . . . flints . . .outlines . . . boys' schools . . . marriage and Chaucer . . . wants to own a house in Japan. Football 1, 2g Tennis 3, 4, Bridge Club 1, 2, Chorus 3, 4, Debating 1, 2g National Honor Society 3, 4, AFS Candidate 3. PETER DONALD KENNEDY Pete . . . red Austin-Healey . . . Lime Rock . . . fishing in Canada . . . the drugstore . . . coon-hounds . . . whales tales . . . small. Varsity Football Manager 1, 2, Science Club 3, Industrial Arts Club 43 Basketball Intramurals 1, 2, 4, Chorus 1, 2, Track Manager 13 Track 2, Senate 1. 41" v5 lt a,QP"'iS :boi 6?'V3K6O:a':- N ' . D 1 UNL, ,igxu ,CE bxf Ebsro, Bai I Ubi I ' , ' ax yt 1 1 Lv . 'lg QKOTVT' LYQG KUNA' yo sam Mgt, .Qu Mx ANTHONY ROBERT KILBURN Tony . . . Glasses . . . wrestling . . . Chugable . . . Weekends . . . "Oh, really, I'm fine thank you" . . . Anybody have a dime? . . . Marlboro man . . . yellow Ford . . . no sleep . . . "Tone" Transferred from the Gunnery School, Washington, Connecticut, 1959. Music Club lg Jazz Club 3g Glee Club 1, 3g Senior Chorus 43 Dramatics Club 2, 3, Red Cross 4-g Gunnery News 1, 3, Greeley Tribune 4, Red and Grey 33 Yearbook 4-g I.V. Football 1, Varsity 2, 3, Manager 45 J.V. Wrestling 1, Varsity 2, 3, Manager 4-g Baseball 1. CHRISTIAN KLAER Chris . . . Volkswagen? . . . Wowee! l . . . Likes EVERYBODY . . . except Elvis. even in Germany-I canit escape him . . . Wants to marry happily fRichl . . . spending most of his time writing letters to his girlfriends . . . hates to go back to an ALL Boy School . . . but did you ever see him SAD? ? American Field Service exchange student from Heinrich-Hertz Gymnas- ium, Halnberg, Germany, 1959. Reading Club 4, Dramatics 4, Homeroom Vice-President 4, Senior Plav 4. EDITH .IOANNE KLUEVER Edith . . . Edie . . . many laughs with Pat, Cathy, and Shelia . . . crew- necks and sneakers . . . talkative . . . Wally . . . always up to something . . . loves to dance . . Halloween at Vinnies . . . "Turn on the radio" . . . loves GUITAR music . . . Talking on the phone . . . midnight talks with C. C .... sweaters, sweaters, and more sweaters . . . Goody Shop . . . The Chat' ni Chew . . . "My appendix still hurt" . . . Prom night to N.Y.C .... private secretary . . . "Mr Bluew . . . 2a.m. walk with Ginger. Hi-Y I, Red Cross Representative I, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Sketch Club 2, Dramatics Club 1, 2, Chorus 2, 4, Trebalairis 1, Junior Musical 3, Senior Play 4, Greeley Tribune 4, Junior Prom 3. 1 'xl' '-7 . , I U X I 'q I' A IN, N- X ..- X -L, ' f ' x' X K x I 'K N. T X 1' ki- X AJ S 1 X ,.'x l I . X ix A x- xi., ,xx X ' g X B I x." .xl xi ,- ' I 4 . -f ' , ' KAROL KREISLER 'X Karol . . . hot rod . . . seen with Sue rambling around W.A.P. . . . Hackley football games . . . wants to wear father's show . . . run own business . . . losing weight f50 lbsl . . . listening to good jazz . . . dazed by hot drums . . . will not go steady . . . plays the field . . . likes everyone . . . crazy about a few . . . "Anyone need help?" . . . Who's an ALKY? ? ?" . . . "How 'bout thatln Drama Club 1, Red Cross 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 4, Junior Musical 3, Sketch Club 4, Senior Play 4. CLEMENT LAWRENCE LAGALA Clem . . . Gooch . . . around with the crew . . . the 6300" . . . Drinks milk . . . Crummy jokes . . . Lover Ming . . . Let's to . . . The back room . . . Pink Cloud . . ."Live" . . . speed "Look Charlie . . . Crash . . . See Ya. ,l.V. Football 13 Varsity 2, 3, 4g J.V. Basketball 1, 2, Varsity 33 Bas- 2 V 't Club 3 4 Service Club 1 2' ketball Intramurals 1, g ars1 y , 3 , , Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Parliamentarian 1, Homeroom Treasurer 3, 4, Junior Musical 33 Band 1g Senior Play 4. CHRISTOPHER PAUL LANG Mad Scientist . . . seen at illicit launching pads hxmting, fishing, and golf fiend . . . frequents Crossroads with Dave and Brian . . . long- suffering Barlowian blockhead . . . calculus . . . "anyone that isnlt confused just hasn't been listening." G.O. Representative 15 Science Club 2, 33 Photo Club 4. LINDA WILCOX LENHARD Linda . . . Keith and the blue M.G .... always talking . . . "That's really cute" . . . likes sports, boys, and football games . . . Chem Lab with Betty . . . "It won't grown . . . Never listens to announcements in homeroom . . . T.G.l.F. Transferred from Madison West High School, Madison, Wisconsin, 1957 National Honor Society 3, 43 Intramurals 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club Sec retary 25 Yearbook 4, History Seminar 3, Service Club 4-g G.O. Council 43 Executive Committee 4, Homeroom President 4, Secretary 2 3' Junior Musical 33 Hockey, Basketball, and Lacrosse Honor Squads 23 3,,4g Appararus Club 4, Senior Play 4. BENNETT LEWIS, J R. Lou . . . Ming . . . seen cutting wood with the Foxx . . . Prohibitionist . . . sports . . . seen driving the pick-up or with the cats . . . "If you canlt say something nice, don,t say anything" 4 . . The graveyard and Mygattis bam. Homeroom President I, Homeroom Vice-President 2, Service Club 3, 4, Industrial Arts 3, Baseball l, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, Hearing Committee 4, Varsity Club 3, 4. ELISABETH ANDERSON LEWIS Liz . . . freckles . . . summers in Cooperstown . . . the dark room . . . physics lab . . . 'lsharpi' . . . Trips to New York . . . can't shift gears . . . upstate boys. Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball H.S. 4, Hockey H.S. 4, Softball H.S 3 . , 4, Photography Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, Yearbook 4, Homerooni Treasurer 4: Dramatics Club l, 2, 3, 4. ANITA IREN E LIN DHOLM Al . . . Amy . . . Sweet Talk . . . a vivacious Swedish girl or just plain wild . . . singing . . . Drama . . dancing . . . the first to go to sleep at slumber parties . . . Johnny Mathis . . . seen with the other Swede . . . blue eyes . . . Dodger fan . . . a member of the Young Seniors Club. Transferred from Ossining High School, Ossining, New York, 1958. Dramatics Club 2, Sketch Club 2, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, All-State Chorus 4, Christmas Choir 3, 4, Modern Dance Club 4, Junior Musical 3, Senior Play 4. rg - ,ti F . ,Ju-fx!! .J 'xx X. ,juz D N, XX .- -2 Sf '.x 9 XL . -ff , a ' r v 7. 'X .N XE. 1: - X 1- , N ,C x X J L .v'j-' L! N :J ,Q I -.. 'XX 1- fi AA ch. . 11 hx. 1 LYDIA ANNE LOCKRIDGE Lydia . . . Lid . . . Anne . . . loves to sew, cook, knit . . . plays piano and organ . . . seen driving VW, and ,54 Olds . . . one of the original Greeleyitw . . . always smiling . . . clothes, clothes, and more clothes . . . summers spent on Lake Pleasant. lntramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Ensemble 3, 4, Basketball Honor Squad 3, Sketch Club 1 g Junior Musical 3. DAVID GATES LYONS Dave . . . the wrestler . . . hot ,50 Chevy . . . trips to Manhasset and Amityville . . . seen with Tom . . . posts jump in his way . . . always collecting money. Industrial Arts Club 1, 3g Science Club 2g Treasury Committee 4, Home- room Treasurer 1, 3, CD. 3, G.0. Treasurer 43 National Honor So- ciety 3, 4-, Track 1, Wrestling 3, 4-. THOMAS JOHN MACKEY Tom . . . Mac . . . Kisco . . . R.lVl .... seen with Rosemary in 19541- . . . Ply . . . Cassino . . . 18 minutes to South Salem . . . Z lunch on the end table . . . "Midnight Auto Salesi' . . . "Who needs a hair cut-I just got one" . Q . midnight swim at Kisco pool with Eddie and Soggy . . . "Duke" . . . "Leroy.,' Transferred from Bedford Hills High School, Bedford Hills, New York, 1957. Shop 4. GAY A. MAYER Girls . . . HI import themn . . . likes travel and Europe . . . swimming . . . driving the l9OSL . . . wants to go to Harvard . . . the Padre in the Junior Musical . . . Third year Latin with Bob . . . Calculus? . . . the smallest clarinet case? . . . What's your real name? ? ? Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Vice-President 49 Treasurer of Yearbook 4, Soccer 4: Bridge 1, 2, Junior Musical 3g National Honor Society 3, 45 All- State Band 2, 3, 4. THOMAS HOWELL MCCARTHY "What court?" . . . "Save the back seat for Grange" . . . i'This is a little -d- I we ri 1cu ous . . . seen sliding cars down Hardscrabble Road sideways with Buschini . . . Heerwagon's Bam . . . interested in law after college . . . 'glt d0esn't really matterfl Varsity Soccer el: Intramural Basketball I, 2, -1, Baseball I, 2. JOHN JAY MCKELVEY, III John . . . seen with Gay, Jim, Grant . .. likes coke machines that work . . . ' l girs . . . plans to become a physicist or chemist . . . "How ,bout that!" Band I, 2, 3, 4g Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, J.V. Track I, 23 Junior Musical 35 N ' IH ' f ' ' ' ationa onor Society 3, 44, Wrestlmg 4, All-State Chorus 4. SUSAN BLACK MCKINLEY Sue . . . c'Sue Macn . . . HPoison Sue Mac" . . . "Wait, let me get my glassesw . . . uWhat gets me mad isi' . . . ice cream and diets with Bon and Fran . . . shiny nose . . . forever smiling . . . backstage . . . summer vacations with Sandie . . . L'How are ya gettin, home?,, . . . ski weekends! . . . skating and swimming in Snake Lake . . . P.F. Pres . . . orange tunic. Chorus 1, 2, All-State 3, Christmas Choir 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Bridge 2, Dramatics 1, Homeroom Vice-President 1, President 3, Junior Musical 3, Senior Play 4: Yearbook Senior Edi- tor 4, P.E. Aid 1, 2: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey Honor Squad 2, 3, 4, First Team Captain 4, Basketball Honor Squad 2, 3, Badminton 3, Leader Corps 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Junior Prom Queen Attendant 3, Stuyvesant Field Hockey-First Team 4. f I 4 .J ISABEL VERONICA MIRACO lzzv . . . doing Espanol during Art . . . what a Bomb! . . . Cloet . . . nicknames galore . . . seen at G.U. working with the Bomb . . . always after school . . . Isabeulah . . . Iill be al-l-l right. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, P.E. Aid 3, 4, Hockey Honor Squads 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Lacrosse 2, 3, Sketch Club 1. 2, Art Council 2. 3, -l, Yearbook 4, Junior Musical 3. KAREN DEBORAH MOSLANDER Debbie . . . "Mossy,, . . . "one of the select threei' . . . "Honestly, Helenlv . . . letters to Andover, Taft . . . weekends, ribbonless ponytail , . v G . . , nPrunes,, . . . nmathematical genius" . . . HSISICTIY lovei' . . . ' My n I 7 ker won't o en", 'cHe Fish close your car window ' loc Y p . y, , - Transferred from North Central High School, Indianapolis, Indiana- 1956. Bridge Club 1, Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4, Bed Cross Treasurer 2: Chorus 2, Greeley Tribune 3, Yearbook 4, Thespians 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, HI-Y 1, 2, Junior Musical 3, President of Dramatics Club 4. EDWARD PATRICK MURPHY Swede . . . "lost my headv . . . white convertibles . . . plans to go to military school . . . nice quiet girls . . . "love it." Transferred from Archbishop Stephinac High School, White Plains, N. Y., 1958. Freshman Basketball 15 Varsity 45 ,I.V. Baseball 1, 25 .l.V. Football 1, 25 Intramurals 35 Homeroom Secretary I, Parliamentarian 3. PATRICIA ANN MURPHY Pat . . . Murph . . . Vanilla fizz, please . . . Halloween at Vinnie's . . . Kisco Pool . . . Goody Shop . . . triple dates. Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Dramatics 25 Sketch Club 25 .Ilmior Musical 35 Senior Play 4. BRUCE MacDONALD MYGATT Bruce . . . "Lou,' . . . Little ball anyone? . . . The blue jeep and Clyde ...AnnieB. ..EasesuphisnervesontheroadswithWill. G.O. Council 25 Service Club 3, 45 Healing Committee 45 Sergeant- at-Arms of Service Club 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Vice-President 3, 45 Grade Vice-President 15 ,I.V. Football 1, Co-Captain 15 Varsity 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 45 ,I.V. Basketball 1, Co-Captain 15 Varsity Basket- ball 35 J.V. Baseball 1, Varsity 35 Track 25 Varsity Club 3, President 4. MARY ELLEN NECARSULMER M. E .... Mennie . . . Mellen . . . Necky . . . the ideal camper . . . "Kathy, the cokeis in the store roornl' . . . seen with the girls at Carvel, the Goody, Seven Bridges Road and Joan Drive . . . HI just canit park the earn . . . summer romances and the A.F.S .... trips to prep. schools . . . the black night gown at Sandy's . . . pool parties . . . 'Gremember the night at Bonnieis and the gravy and the bowling alley?,, . . . curtain puller . . . "I'll be good. Sally", . . . after college the foreign seryice and a millionaire. Chorus l. 2: Dramaties Club l. 2: Tribune 3: Homcroom Secretary 2: Sketch Club 3: Red Cross Al: Yearbook -1: Junior Musical 3: Senior Play lg lntramurals l. 2, 3, 4. DALE PATRICIA NIELSEN Dale . . . Bomb . . . a real roodie . . . P-L-E-A-S-E . . . Grand Onion . . .-tough . . . Big Daddy . . . HORSES lSortel . . . Noted for pony tail . . . Original Greeleyite . . . Swimming, water skiing, ice skating, and baseball . . . Known as Mr. Herrmann's pet peeve . . . seen in Thornwood at Shannon Riding Stables, checking at the Grand Union, riding her horse through town. looking for a certain red car . . . Career- Grace Downs Airling School . . . Hopes to become an airline hostess and return to Denmark. Tribune 1, 3g Intramurals l, 2. 3. 43 Apparatus Club A1-. CARGL LYNN NORTON Nort . . . Snort , . . Talfie . . . Miss Lifesaver . . . Right . . . 'iLet me hear- everybody yell!" . . . Whois crazy?7, . . . Log Cabin. Goody Shop. Sherman Park lnn . . . flat tires, hitting deer, Monday mornings, school. being pushed around by BIG BULLIESY . . . Dixieland, Blues, Louis Armstrong, Ahmad Jamal, Cheerleading, making posters with Joy for much needed. equipment along Kerry Lane . . . never without life- savers. Cheerleader 3, -I-, Captain lg C.O. 23 Treasury Committee 3. -1: Greeley Tribune l. 2, Chorus l. 2: Drama Club lg Hockey Honor Squad 23 3 Basketball Honor Squad 1, 2, Captain 23Q,l5tramurals 2, 3, 4g P.E AidS1,2,:s.4. Juniofmusigala. Qu, i is gf as 3 Q5 A 5 sy .3 Egg. 'yi' A E xxx ek Ei lf fa ff :ss A LQ: fs NTxi"5v7XL5Ni"'kSDD'J. tw 'J . ,2,13w5T3t5.,-s1vf-e KENNETH PAUL NYE Kenny . . . "The reverend" . . . "Backi' . . . "Can we have the secretary's report?" . . . seen with Lou and the fellas . . . "Goodnight, Nurseli' . . . fwith expressionl, soft music . . . I just donit see the magic in numbers . . . Where's your basketball? . . . Likes Mrs. Schmidt's dinners and daughter . . . We need money. G.O. President 4, Treasurer 3, Council 1, 2, 3, 45 Cafeteria Committee 2, 43 Class President 1, 2 3 Treasureris Committee Chairman 3g Boys, Chorus 3. lg Senior Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 J.V. Football 1, J.V. Basket- ball 1, 2, Co-Captain 1. Captain 2g J.V. Baseball 1, 2 3 Varsity Basket- ball 3, -lg Varsity Baseball -lg Little League Referee 2, 3, 4. KIRBY GERARD OAK "Ever try King Street hill without brakes?" . . . g'By then we will be so much radioactive dust" . . . uLive dangerously" . . . pound ridge rifle range . . . Carvel . . . around town in a '51 Plymouth . . . reading volumes of science fiction . . . plans to go into teaching after college . . . seen at the corner table in the cafeteria. French Club lg Science Club 23 History Seminar 3, Softball Intra- murals 3. CAROLE ANN ODIORNE Carole . . . little one . . . Brazil . . . twirling . . . seen in red jeep . . . Clayt . . . trips to White Plains with Liz . . . "have funi' . . . Grasslands . . . '4What a panicf, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 15 Drama Club 1, 25 Newspaper 2 3 Sketch Club 3 Libra Assistant 3 un1or , g . g ry 3 J ' Musical 3, Majorette 3, 4g Treasurer of Majorettes 43 Treasury Committee 4-3 Senior Play 4. KRISTTNA FOLKE OLSSON "That slumber party in '56 . . . was it really co-ed?', . . . walks every- where . . . Proms at Peekskill Military Academy . . . summers in Sweden or lobstering in Maine . . . HHey, Moose, did you finally get the Geo- metry?" . . . seven dollars for pizzas! . . . Swedish meatballs . . . Nany- thing in uniform . . . wants to go to Cedar Crest in Pennsylvania to study nursing. Transferred from Bedford Hills High, Bedford Hills, N. Y., 1956. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Sketch Club 2, Tribune 2: Red Cross 3, Vice- President 3, Chorus 3, 4, Modern Dance Club, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Senior Play Al. FRANCES JEANNE ORSENIGO Fran . . . Frun . . . "But I can't see that far!,' . . . the permit that never expired . . . everything happens for the best . . . ice cream and diets with Bon and Sue . . . "Gonna have my mop choppedi' . . . blue eyes . . . cover your knees . . . Mom and Dad . . . Camp Greeley . . . twirling . . . majorettes . . . respectfully submitted. Freshman Chorus 1, Senior Chorus 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Honor Squad, Captain 3, Leader Corps 3, P.E. Aides, Captain 4, Sketch Club 2, Majorettes 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Homeroom President 2, Grade Wide Secretary 3, Chairman Senior Priv- ileges Committee 3, G.O. Secretary 4, Senate 4, G.O. Council 4, Junior Musical 3, Senior Play 4. ROBERT EUGENE PASSMORE Bob . . . Bullet . . . that hqt Fury . . . baby face . . . that swingin' Buick . . .-digs rock 'n roll . . . hates high school . . . lonely boy . . . Mr. Herrman's zoo last year . . . caddying at Mt. Kisco . . . Favorite pas- time-watching TV . . . Pool . . . great golf hicker . . . Giant baseball and football fan . . . cars and jazz. fi!- BETH JANE PORTER Acting . . . Shakespearean Festival . . . Mr. Davis' Envlish classes . . . member of the Mono Club . . . Barnard . . . New YoFk City . . . I'm not a non-co fo 't I' ' " n ITHIS, m just me . . . Yale . . . Garrulous . . . Angelina Dew. Dramatics I, 2: Thespians 1. 2, 3, 4, Chorus I 2' Tribune Feature Editor f3j 2, 35 Creative Writing 33 Intramurals,1,,2, 3, 4, National Merit Scholarship Commendation. BARBARA HELENE PUEHL Barb . . . Bobbie . . . Blondie . . . Sheena . . . '52 Black Buick station wagon . . . lVIt. Kisco . . . gal of many moods . . . Hleepersv . . . model- ing . . . blue eyes and flashing smile . . . -1-H Club . . . blue jeans . . . accordion player . . . seen with Judy, Cathy, Cindy and Lydia . . . allergic to grammar . . . trips to Oneonta . . . Kisco G d Sh oo y op . . . Moo juice, please-'I . . . HI donit smokelw . . . Oh well, that's Barb Sketch Club I, 2, Chorus I, 2, 3, 43 Greeley Tribune 3, 43 Intramurals 2, Senior Play 4g Hockey I, 2. RICHARD ALAN QUIN N 'gWhat ya mean Freshman . . . I'm a Senior" . . . That's pretty funny . . . You don,t say . . . Seen in Pleasantville with Bill . . . Jill, Nancy, etc . . . Failure, at what? . . . never touch the stuff . . . have another . . . .Iazz . . .the village . . . who needs a beard? . . .no money . . . Fix my car . . . John and the weiner . . . Nino's. Track I, 23 Science Club 3, Industrial 3, 43 Wrestling 4-' Basketball 7 Intramurals 3, Canteen Committee 4, Homeroom Treasurer lg Junior Musical 3. REID TREMPER REYNOLDS BARBARA ANN RAY "Bon Bonn . . . Bonnie . . . B. Ray . . . Bon . . . "Remind me-N "How,s Dartmouth doing?" . . . L'Well, the thing is . . . The Hockey field . . . Minnesota, Quanny . . . All girls, and boys . . . Unfinished sen- tences . . . no lipstick . . . "Have you done your English?', . . . diets with Fran and Sue . . . Kilts . . . Foreign service work. Chorus 1, 2g Dramatics lg Service Club 2, 3, 4, Service Club Secretary 3, 43 Service Club Hearing Committee 3, 4, P.E. Aides 2, 3, 43 Tribune News Editor 4, Homeroom Vice-President 4g Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 2, 3, 4, Hockey Squad 4th Team 1, J.V. 2, Varsity 3, 4, Basketball J.V. 1, 2, 3, Badminton 2, 3, 4g History Seminar 3g Senior Play 4g Stuyvesant Hockey J.V. Team 3. KAREN ANN REAGAN Seen with the girls . . . practicing hockey . . . driving the hot VW . . . wearing kilts and short-shorts . . . '4But we've got to meet the deadlinelv . . . owner of the Pink Elephant . . . that famous Beatnik Party . . . summers spent in the hospital, making bathing caps, throwing big parties . . . noted for her Tennessee experiences . . . defender of the Tribune . . . cradle-robber . . . smoking can kill you! Transferred from Clarksville High School, Clarksville, Tennessee, 1959. Honor Society 3, 4, Hockey 3, Editor Greeley Tribune 4, Junior Prom Attendant 3: Junior Musical 3g Senior Play 4. Reid . . . President and long-time member of the Band . . . Hunting and the outdoors, ioe hockey, good music, books, pizza and Gail . . . Jeeps without doors when it's coooold out, junior licenses, and Coke machines that don't work . . . H.G. from the beginning . . . Never forget that 6th period physics class with all those other "Blockheads" . . . "How about that" . . . going to be an engineer if he can get through a good Engineer- ing school. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President 43 Chorus 1, 2, Basketball Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Industrial Arts Club 4. faff WILLIAM ROY RISLEY Will . . . '6Riz,, . . . "Guillermo" . . . days at Kipp Street . . . 'Ihighest IQ on the football team," thanks to coach . . . summers in Maine . . - weight lifter occasionally . . . bombing in green jeep which could take ,Iohnson's, 4A English, Junior girls . . . "Oh mingn . . . "Boy, dow McClaren's make good hamburgers!" . . . one of Mr. Barlowis "Block- headsi' . . . one of famous Junior musical stage crew . . . Heerwagen's barn . . . Hamilton or Dartmouth. G.O. Council 1, 2, 3g Homeroom President 2, Service Club 2g Judiciary Committee 4, ,I.V. Football 1, 2, Captain 2 g Valsity Football 3, 45 Varsity Baseball 3, 4, Nominating Committee 1, 2, 3g Red Cross 3, Varsity Club 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Club 1, 4, Chorus 1, 2, Class President 3, Junior Musical 3g Senior Play Committee 4. .IANE SHERIDAN RITTER Jane , . . Janie . . . HI did not eat Bennyv . . . pinky rings . . . off-color sweaters . . . I am so smiling . . . seen on stage . . . 4 a.m. pill . . . easily excited . . . after school with Cindi . . . Stone walls Brightbill . . . small feet but everybody manages to step on them Transfer from Ladycliff Academy, Highland Falls, N. Y. in 1957. Dramatics 2, 3, 43 Tribune 2, 3, Thespian Evenings 3, 43 Dramatics Club Play 2, 3, 4. and Mr. anyway. v EDWARD HENRY RODIER Ed . . . Gigard . . . "Hey, Rodeo!" . . . seen with Pete and Scar . . . Austin-Healy and ex police cars . . . Everybody likes me . . . after col- lege-who can say . . . automobiles . . . now back in the city . . . trips to Conn. Transferred from Archbishop Stepinac, White Plains, N. Y. in 1957. Science Club 1, Dramatics Club 1, 3, 4, Track 1, 2g Senior Play 4g Industrial Arts Club 1, 4, Wrestling Team 3. GAIL LORRAINE ROOSA Gail . . . 4'Hi gangn mn in light green Rambler . . . in Chappaqua 17 years . . . organizer . . . Camp Roaring Brook . . . enjoys-laughing, all sports, bridge, teaching people to drive a stick shift . . . '4Reid" . . . pet peeve-girls who chew gum at dances . . . plans to go to college and study nursing. Tribune 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, Hockey Honor Squad 3, Basketball Honor Squad 1, 2, Apparatus Club 4, Junior Musical 3, Softball 3, 4. CYNTHIA AUGUSTA ROSE Cindi . . . Gus . . . sarcastic . . . 6'Smile when you say thati' . . . tennis fan forever . . . seen being dramatic . . . starts a diet every Monday . . . '4You,re kidding, of coursen . . . big brown eyw . . . spell it with an "i" . . . never sleeps at slumber parties . . . long walks . . . Benny . . . safe driver? Sketch Club 1, Drama Club 1, 3, 4, Thespian Society 4, Greeley Tribune 1, 2, 3, 4, Typing Editor of Tribune 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Musical 3, Creative Writing 3, Thespian Evening 3, 4, Drama Club Play 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Yearbook 4. LOUIS MARTIN ROTHBARD Lou . . . Louis . . . Pres . . . Beat . . . likes food, "shades," N. J., drama, midnight parties, girls and burning tanks of gas . . . cafeteria food, noise, and "from dictationi' . . . seen after school in dramatics or his yellow convert . . . Hobbies include tennis, bowling, golf and movies . . . "I can't see without them" . . . wants to go to the U. of Perm. and major in Business Administration. Chorus 1, 2, 3, Dramatics 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, Science Club 4, Tennis 4, Thespians 4, Homeroom Treasurer 1, 3. ELIZABETH ANN ROWLAND Betty . . . Betty Ann . . . with Ann in Physics . . . Bets . . . financial secretary . . . lt's cold in here . . . y'all . . . Arch . . blond braid and green dancers . . . Calculus? . . . working as Nurseis Aide . . . Advanced Misplacement. Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics I, 2, Red Cross 1, 25 National Honor Efclety 3, 4g ,lunior Musical 3, Senior Play 4, Yearbook Advertising 4 anager g Modern Dance Club 4, Intramurals 2, 3, Head of Decorations for Senior-Faculty Tea 35 A Cappalla Choir 3, 4. 4'-' NWN n qntflbf' vQQJktL.b' 5 337, 0 1 Y' 1 Xxx' QQ, . or Q v- Q 7 Us egdxepy ifiwffm 6955 Q JN W Y w ,Y 9, 'ix 9Qy"V,5' X JN Qqg' Q01 ,fx obs, 710 vw QOH? '59, SUSAN WHEELER RYND Sue . . . seen with Dick . . . can always be found at Stepinac football games and track meets . . . ardent fan of Stepinac's top athlete . . . "How ,bout that" . . . "Why sure" . . . beautiful blue eyes . . . R..l.B. Vice-President of Humpy Mellis fan club . . . date after Junior Prom . . . owner of famous Simca . . . "cookie," Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 1, 2 g Drama Club Play 2 3 Home- room President 1, 4, Executive Committee 1, 4, G.O. 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Musical 3g Red Cross 1, Senior Play 4, Fifth Grade Observation 4. 'BURN sp s I ' KAREN EDITH SALVESEN ' N' ' 'P Karen . . . scatterbrained . . . always cheerful . . . one of the original Creeleyites . . . "good gravey" . . . "crumb" . . . likes sports, summers at Camp of the Woods, pizza, skiing, singing, writing to Iowa! . . . dis- likes writing sessions for Mr. Barlow after school, and cold weather . . . Karen. uyx, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, All- State Chorus 45 Basketball Honor Squad 3, Softball Honor Squad 3, Greeley Tribune 45 Red Cross 4, Sketch Club 1, 2, 3g Junior Musical 3. ANN PENNINGTON SCHMIDT Ann . . . S'il vous please . . . Vienna . . . good-grief another cake sale! . . . green pills . . . g'Betty, HELP" . . . Likes Mrs. Nyes' chocolate cakes and sons . . . Blue VW. Cheerleading 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, Service Club 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 1, Nominating Committee 1, 2, Homeroom Secretary 1, 2, Vice- President 3, Treasurer 4, Junior Musical 3, Junior Prom Queen 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Miss Greeley 4. u PETER LEWIS SCHNALL SEEN . . . One of the Blockheads . . . a wild Buick . . . out-o-town girls . . . B.B. fan . . . a mad scientist . . . likes summers best of all. Chorus 1, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, Science Club 2, Tennis 4, Home- room Parliamentarian 2. , 4 X 4953? Q' 7T7Uf ff K A54 fd if O - Jn J ga- 71 . 1 cj, .59 LOIS RUTH SCHRADER Lois . . . summer letters from Lake George . . . slumber parties . . . foreign cars . . . formations after football games . . . hopes to be a teacher. Transferred from Alexander Hamilton High School, Elmsford, N.Y., 19 8. Band 1, 2, Hamiltonaires 1, 2, Girls, Chorus 1, 2, Senior Girls, Ath- letic Club 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 4, Senior Play 4, Junior Musical 3. HUMPHREY GRANT SCHROEDER, JR. Going to Colgate University . . . called Grunt for Humph by the more learned membersl . . . piano-pop music . . . spends smnmers with a paint brush . . . "What's your problem?" . . . seen in a bluefwhite '56 Ford . . . occasional visitor of Brig 'n Teen . . . active member of a Church Choir. Chorus I, 2, 3, 4g Dramatics 1, Science Club 25 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Football 23 History Seminar 3. VIRGINIA CLARKE SCHUCKMAN Ginger . . . Princess . . . long blonde hair . . . 4:00 a.m .... "nitzy,' . . . "Someday my hair will curl!" . . . seen with Diane, Phyllis, Cathy, and Eddie, and Mattie . . B-M-2 . . . L,S,K . . . M and M's . . . letters to F on Dirc. Chorus Ig Girls' Chorus 4, Dramatics 2g Red Cross 1. SUSAN LEAH SELLERS Sue . . . Suzy . . . annual diet . . . the West . . . if it only wasn't for math! . . . worrier . . . How about some tennis? . . . Fspanol and Francais . . . lavender . . . really? . . . That's big of you! ! . . . tough beans, Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Red Cross 25 Sketch 2, Chorus 1, Yearbook 43 Junior Musical 3, Senior Play 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey Honor Squad 2, 4. HENRY ASCHER SELLNER Ascher . . . green convertible . . . A Barlow fan . . . an original Greeleyite . . . scientist . . . out-of-town girls. GO. Council Ig Science Club 1, 2, Senior Chorus I. 2, 3, 43 All- State Chorus 4: Dramatics 2g Intramurals I. 2, 3. 4: History Seminar 3g Reading Seminar 3g Honor Society 3, 4. KATHLEEN J. SHANAHAN Josey . . . Kathy Jo . . . Kathleen Josephine . . . likes cheering. parties, bongo drums. dancing, and food, food, food . . . "Thanks,', "Queer much," '6Scrogg you,7' "Later, Lateri' . . . after high school on to college . . . grammar school teacher. Transferred from Mary Immaculate High School, Ossining, N. Y.. in 1957. Intramurals 2, 3. 4: Cheerleading 3, 4g Tribune 4: C.O. Council 4: Chorus 2g Dramatics Club 2g Yearbook 4: Clee Club Ig Drama Club 1: Junior Musical 3: Senior Play 4. , ,La rv K ,Jr-Q N 'ATT 'Q-v 3 Shi: 'Q Qiqxfafi kj hlefis si, X I 'A-hr"l-'fx"' TRI ""4-I Ta' ,, A..-:"1M 1, It bil' sv" A 5--'f K 'ff vw. ,mx .1 . wax A ,gNJ .JAJQ M5axLhhL 'Ii' Y' 31: 5 : R'x 5 EVELYN FRANCES SHELDON V I I Evelyn . . . Evie . . . Eve . . . seen . . . likes - horses, trips, sports . . . Sellers tennis courts . . . skiing trips and New Yearis Eve parties don't mix . . . star summer dishwasher . . . leaming bridge . . . nh-m-m what,s the matter?,' . . . Mo-o-o-h those slumber parties!" . . . always frank . . . "Your blushingw . . . diets . . . Ufor the birdsn . . . 'cwho cares." ' ' . ' D Club Ig Sketch Intramurals I, 2. 3, 4, Badminton Team 3, rama Club 35 Tribune 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Musical 3g Senior Play 4. CATHIE MERRIMAN SMITH Cath . . . Pablo . . . fussbudget . . . seen with Sandy ,Sue, and Linda . . . Art, Art, Art . . . Vice-President of the BAA California . . . . . . , here I come! . . . Itis stunning, what is it? Summers in Maine, water- skiing . . . Zacherly fan . . . Great Zot! . . . TR-3 . . . swimming in October . . . Tomorrw I start the diet. Chorus 1, 2, Dramatics 1, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Sketch Club 2, 3, Assistant Teacher 3, Junior Musical 3, Yearbook Art Editor 4, Art Council 3, 4, President 3, 4, Senior Play 4. klo I I 'JL J IM , LL, an WM llfbub lc I el ili fs A . I I ,tt Or: M CIO 1 I NQIL, H MQ5 , 1 W -'x Qkf ' 0 f Q ,ucv A goq .I , Q, C W Q UA' uf 7' 7 I CLUQ-' UML GXJLKJU put if 4 ,UML ' 0 li I at lff ARBARA LOUISE STOCKE "Barb,' . . . tallest cheerleader . . . "Smile,' . . L what are you doing this weekend? . . . ice cream, happy people, sports . . . The Family Tree . . . Dislikes dogs, driving in snow, glasses . . . "Parlez-vous Francais?', . . . 'Did you get the algebra?" 'sNext week we've 'ust ot to t . . . . J g ge organizedf' . . . someday I'm going to leam how to skili' . . . busy, busy, busy. Chorus 1, 2, 3, -L, All-State Chorus and Christman Choir 4, Dramatics I, 2, Tribune 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey Honor Squad 3, Cheerleading 4, Junior Musical 3, Yearbook 4, Basketball Intramural Captain 3, Co-Chairman Junior Prom Ticket Committee 3, Senior Play 4. FLORENCE BLAINE THOMAS Kit . . ..'Hamp . . . Oh, those weekends . . . "When does the mail c 93 ome. . . . smiles . . . Hbetter start dieting again" . . . L'That's top's" . . . pet ve-bottom drawer eo le . . . "Whatcha doin?', Alwa s found Pee P P Y talking . . . suppressed desire to graduate . . . Well it's just me, but "Ya know?f' . . . singing . . . As I was saying-. Transferred from St. J0hn's Prep. Santuroe, Puerto Rico, 1959, North- ampton School for Girls, Northampton, Mass. Dramatics 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Clee Club 2, 3, Class Secretary 3, Senior Play 4, Spanish Club 2, 3. JANE HOLLIDAY THOMAS Holly . . . Maman . . . very funny . . . calamity ,lane . . . Easter in Florida . . . piano at 6:00 . . .red-headed sister . . . knitting sweaters in school . . . this color rinse washes right out with the first shampoo . . . "But I canit have another party" . . . Likes Ahmad Jamal . . . Kingston Trio. Dramatics 1, 2, 3, President 33 Thespians 3, 4, Chorus 4, Sketch Club 1, 2, Creative Writing 3, Homeroom Treasurer 4. LINDA PATRICIA THOMAS 4'Tommy" . . . Lynda . . . Mt. Kisco . . . Goody shop . . . An . . . barefoot girl . . . the clots . . . uchargeli, . . . orange juice . . . long finger nails . . . a real nut . . . Uckner . . . tears . . . that night with Phyllis . . . can't tell left from right . . . dislikes buses, French and boys . . . likes quiet people . . . Vice-President of the B.A.A. Art Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Sketch Club 2, Dramatics 1g Chorus 1, Bridge Club 2, Senior Play 4, Junior Musical 33 lntramurals 4, Honorable Men- tion Cancer Poster Contest 1. KAREN HAYES TURNER Karen . . . "Sevnc', . . . "How are we getting home-walking?,' . . . bottomless pit . . . seen with Charlie T when possiblej . . , '4O.Hf' . . . "Tapes?-You don't mean French tapes?" . . . "Oh, exstasya' . . . '4Show me the way to the barn" . . . wild summers with the other Karen . . . plans to go to college and stay single . . . counting days. . ' . . v l T Honor Society 2, 3, Service Club 2, 3, Judiciary 4, Secretary 4, 'fl une 2, 3, 43 Yearbook 4, Dramatics 1, Vhotud 1, 23 .lunior Musical 3, Miss Greeley 3, P.E. Aide: Honor Squads 1, 2, 3, 4, Cafeteria Com- mittee 3 g Homeroom Treasurer 1, Secretary 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN VISCOMI I John . . . "Let's go to McLaurens" . . . "Are you going to the garage tonight?" . . . "Try and catch me!" . . . "Fords all the way" . . . King street with no brakes . . . mn at the Shell Station in Millwood and Mt. Kisco Ford . . . Pleasantville . . . "Joan" . . .Oneonta State Teachers College . . . '47 coupe . . . '52 convertible . . . Cross Colmty Auto Club . . . Plans to go upstairs and settle down someday . . . John. Industrial Arts Club 2, Vocational School 3, 4. ROBERT PHILIP WALLACE "Wal" . . . sometimes seen driving an oil burning " Saa B" . . . interested in guns, small cars, and the Civil War . . . lYankee sidel . . . favorite sayings, "Lots of luck" . . . Very humorous. Football lVarsityj 4. SANDRA JEAN WALLIN Sandy . . . seen . . . partner . . . lil' green bug . . . "wind here" . . . carrying and dropping trays at T.L.V .... driving . . . falling into bathtubs . . . swimming . . . ice skating . . . going off diets . . . keeping awake at slumber parties. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4g Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Tribune 1, 4, Junior Musical 3, Badminton 3, Senior Play 4. BRIAN MCDONALD WALSH Brian . , . seen with Chris and Dave at bowling alley . . . Little Store . . . Calculus! . . . '6Chris, are you sure making nitroglycerin is safe?" . . . the illegal launching pad. Transferred from Madison High, Madison, N. J., 1957. G.O. Council lg ,l.V. Football l, Science Club 2, Intramural Basket- ball l, 2, 3, 4, Photography Club 3, 4, Varsity Basketball Manager 1. EDWARD STEPHEN WALSH Steve . . . Esteban . . . Stevo . . . owner of the Snow Goose or 300 . . . basketball man . . . seen with Lagala and other notables . . . renown as a lifeguard in the summer . . . enjoys girls, fine food, and other evils . . . famous for speed, both afoot and in car . . . headed for college . . . "Poops,', . . . "Honk" . . . Hcoolit, Manli' . . . Chorus 1, Yearbook 3, GD. Council 3, 4, Homeroom President 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Parliamentarian 1, Varsity Club 3, ll, J.V. Football 1, 2, Varsity Football 3, ll-, J.V. Basketball l, 2, Varsity Basketball lN.W.I.L. All-Star Team il 3, lg J.V. Baseball 1, 2: Varsity Baseball 3, 4. Adfauz - 0 4' V6 gf7,'.g'L,cC,' l!XJ.'lJ,f1'.b -ygrea filo Aus! -,CLUU Cf -'fi a,e,c.4Jcu.yo ,-en-:cn-fb ' ,-..'ryC,,-2150 .X fn, 35413, 55 Qc-Cr! fzaof' qC:LU Q 061-U6 O- occur ad, Q, sJ4A,u1'i1 2,04-.xf qazv AlN WARBURTON JOAN SUS T Suzi . . . cod or skid . . . letters to Ursinus . . . memories of Sanibel with Con . . . Chuck . . . Luckies . . . Trips to Jones Beach in December . . . Loves convertibles . . . T-Bird . . .seen busily working on an under- ground with certain people from P'ville . . . Flanch . . . Always smiling. Evaluating Committee 1, Homeroom Parliamentarian 1, Secretary 2. Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Tribune 2, Dramatics 1' C.O. Committee sl, Junior Musical 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Sciluads 2. 3, 4, Apparatus Club fl. Q., :ALL IQLLQLJ .uc-JC CHRISTOPHER GROVE WARD Grove . . . one of those names that sounds more logical backwards . . . Francois . . . two years of Mr. Davis , . . 'LAre you part French?" . . . Thanks, but I prefer a dry wine . . . track every spring . . . Yes, I might go there if they pay me enough. French Club Ig Sketch Club Ig Chorus 1, 2, 3, Science Club 2g Reading Club 3: Dramaties 4' Art Council 4' JV Track 1' Varsit Track , , . . , y 2,3,4. DOUGLAS J. WEISS Doug . . . tyger . . . out-of-town girls . . . the lake . . . has a fantastic playroom . . . A blockhead for B.B .... Guitar . . . photography club trips. Photography Club I, 2g Science Club I, 2g Chorus I, 2, 3, 4g Varsity Soccer 4. SUZANNE PAULINE WILKINSON Sue . . . Nat . . . 4'Pork chop hillv . . . always talking on the phone . . . HI forgotli' . . . you are a chance clod . . . ,I.W. and LE. . . . likes records . . . cars . . . PLANES . . . loves to danoe . . . Jimmy Lee. . . November 22, 1958 with Roy . .. trips to Mattatuck . . . Suzette. Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 3g Sketch Club I, 2g Intramurals I 2 3 A, UU! WW' J N 43 Junior'Musical 3g Senior Play 4g A Cappella Choir 3, 4. i 5 i U' V JM. w 'y 'fu fx . 4 J 1-J ' , lla A -J . N u , " X l ' ,I ' X, , I w ' fi, 'N J ,fi ,sly s'JJ',3P jf' Y J W Z J J NJ' U ' xv 'KV K' xx W' is JA ibn, ixlxflqygvlj rg. Q if if LV wg' I ll V . of J' If V DAVID TIMOTHY WILLIAMS Hillbilly music . . . guitar . . . West Virginia lover . . . always mn at the Little Store . . . "Let's go bowling?" . . . seen with Nicky, Brian, Chris . . . "Hooray for Unionslv . . . Be a forest ranger or start a revolu- tion in the Dominican Republic. Track I, 3, 4, Football lg Baseball 2g Intramurals I, 2, 3, Chorus 3, Band I, 2g Tribune 3, 4. MARY LOUISE WINTERSTEEN Mary Lou . . . Wint . . . Wearie . . . Ish . . . "Do you think I could have a ride?" . . . Nurses, office . . . Luncheonette . . . in the office . . . noted for having older brothers . . . long first name . . . working at Milbank . . . Nursing . . . swimming . . . loves baseball . . . after high school to Nursing school . . . seen with Jane, Izzy, Lydia, Miss Rogers . . . Mary L. Kthanks to Biffj . . . one of the original Greeleyites. Red Cross lg Chorus 1, 2g Band 2, 3, 43 Intramurals I, 2, 3, 43 First Award-Physical Education Ig Junior Musical 3. .1 gcikgl yi., is . ,Mi tb f wfsfke xg., ,if , cuz if W1 V ajft- as ,. , N I New Kfsx IN MMM-PX or J ,rm - y- KX 1 1 X- ' x X 1 M4 fm fig L N if 1 , K, 2 K f lux I 'X ,L ivy, fy, E ' , :qi ITS - TRAN SF ERRED 1959 - 1960 KAREN ANN RICH Karen . . . future nurse . . . White Plains friends . . . doesn't like dogs that bite. Transferred December 21, 1959, from While Plains High School White Plains, New York Dramatics Club 3. 91: Clee Club 3: Art Club 2. 3: Riding Club 1, 2. 3. JUDITH ANN SCHAFER Sue's friend from San Jose . . . T-Wang . . . tall and sophisticated . . . seen with Judy at lunch and in the white Convertible. Transferred January 4, 1960, from Willow Glen High School San lose, California Service Club 2. 3. lg Junior Statesman 3: Art Club 2g Girls, Ath- letic League 2. 3: Volleyball Manager -iz Student Council 3: Clee Club 3. 4: Spirit Committee 2. THE HI TORY OF THE CLASS OF 1960 e 11f'an hwh 1 11111l 111 t11 11 Dllltlfll cays 11 1oul1e s1-N111n- 111111111111 llllllllt' '1111 the battle of slartmg 1 IPQHIIZIII fflrf- e1111uQ 1 11st 1 S111- mace 121 Cente Ixen Bruce Unk farol and Clem were 11u1 11ff11e1s ur Soph11m111e y1ar 111 tht 11111 lllfYl'1 we 11111 L1lIl7t N 1111 neu s1h1111l yyae well named lxen D ek Ann Rf Boh 11111 1 l11 1 t 11u1 hecnses and Quddenly were free 1 1 W1ll Unk Fran ll uf' and Cmnt at tl1e helm, 1 1 legan ou1 .re rx upperclaQsmen We had 1epreQentf1t1y1s 1111 the boys teanw th 0 l 1:11115 Ch1e1 leadlnff L1ade1 Corpc and thf nuyly formed VHISIIX Cluh Karen l'u1ne1 ysax eected Nllw Greeley We had ICPIK fllllllyt 111 a t11 Hlllylllf 1111 Uflllf' lt neu Jllfllildly ne day 111 Deltlllllfl 111 nent to ht .1 1111211 Il 1111111 11 n 1 out ' 1114 11 f UI IY1l1QlLEll 31111111 flllft 111111111111 an Easter y.11.1t1on of llilllglllg bIlZllllNll IIIONN ldllllllff Bouffu 111w lllltlyllllllif xnn .1n1 1111 mg 1 1 e 1111 111111 V51 han 11 adnnt t a lt wa a Jw 1t e sold tlckets to lncle Harry, and 1.11se1l enough money to Q1 Ilfl Harold to Italy Doug Gll3SlJll went to Boys State Our 11.111101 Prom hbh I'1de easy Ann 5LlllIl1fllQ as u FII 111111 lxaun lxnn Judy, and Sue ax attendantQ Who Could exer for-ret that throne Our Senior N681 at laet Al Dlck Lynn, and Ar1h1e are our offuere W1 were repreeented on all the tea1nQ and ln all the 3CtlV1llCS thlQ tlrne ffenerally as leadelg We helped Start a Qou er team and ,lun made AllC11unty Our Semor play, You Cant Take It Wllh You yxaQ fun and made money Chrm lXl3Cl our German Qtudent has been lote of fun Some of Us yyent Qknnff It Sargent Canlp SCIIIUI Weekend wlth phony fortune tellele and 1heat1ng1 grarnhlerw 1111- .1 huge -uccux he danu Nlld Way and thc 1e11pt11 Il 111 qunday made ual hllllnlly- 1ut 1 lln ow yse It ahout flIllNllf,fl Mltll lll'll Qtllllfll ready to f111111111t1 111 11 11111 5111111111 ues ut It ax Jeen un s n ew 1 U1 11 N111 11 they ll I'LIll6ITllJCl u- Wl, l :D 'F sl ' l - '1 l-' l l I: ,f l l J ' ' S. . l f , 5 ' 2 F' .l ,Q l, l l ' .. Ou' f' 111' ijK'I'l. "S ".'l1." l ' ,. -. 'Y . ' '. f . 1- "1 ' " O 5 ' U 1 ' 1 1 ' 'P 5 h . HF ll-." the firit da " in the ' 3 ' . V . 7 . 1 .. . i. ou' of iers. WY1- go W'tl ' . " . ' . 11 lg. ' ' . vw 13' ' 1-'1 11-1' 11' , t ' . ' . ' ' 2 " ' .. 11 511' t' , 1 '- ' P. 1 W t. 1 1 ' 'S' 1' 1 . P ' ' I A' l 1 , 'Si N' 1 ' 1 ' ll l - "S, ' 'l l' ,, tl ' 0 I' ' N' v' " " t ' K1 l C11 f1-- f '. and l11'z.a to s'11r1'y al1 511' g to 1' ll1-ge. t" ' ' P :yr l - -' I, LI' .' l f' l' z l'1tl-1' lc -l l. 7 - 'rt ' h t ' ' S ' hr, h' . , , - ' , . . 9 . x M' F' ' M M . . . . e . i F Q YY ' l . . ' - 1 ' ' U , . 7-, v ' Y ' . f l V w ' . , . . . . , I ' . H I, z , . . . . ' ' T 'r. 'GL ' - lx., 2 ' '1 '1 1 ., 'U' , " ' ' 1 lf N ' ' " 'gg .' . ' " 51111.-mdg ro tes. B ' h J l 1 f : we V11 It very 'lfili' for,-l thf' Q' 'l 111l. and we l 11111 .7 , . . SENIOR PROPHECY Andv A IS stlll taklnff apart and reassembllng a multl tude of cars Archle IS stlll maklnff up the 15 xears he got for con flscatlng the class of 60 s monex Joi IS ,lOYouslx awaiting the JOYful opportunlty of llvln Y III JOY atop a telephone pole Susan A has just patented a new triple fllter men tholated clpalette Marie IS teachlnff her twlns to twirl Bob B IQ throlllnf' Jartles U1 ln Canada where e I I lce stass fl ozc n Judy IS pI9S1df nt of the Natlonal Red Cross and more men are PIYIIIV' than ex er before Bel IS hrlnlslr ln at am KN Old spoken ID Frenrh Chrls l the flrst US ambassador to lndependent Slngaporc Phi llls novx on ns the maroon Crown VlCt0fl3 Ann B IS stlll knlttlng that larffe S126 sweater Stexe B IS now at Halxard teachlnff hls famous course CSIIICISITI IS a ual of llfe Locke has reclzanged hls nanle to Sumner Nlckx IS selling more records than Johnnv Cash Keith IS stlll trslnff to sober up hls ffoldfl h Jlm B with hls camera trumpet and sports car who knows Bob B IS non plcklnff up rocks on the WllllHmS foot hall fleld for c hufvfflnff 8 mllkshake Zombies Jlm B IS he stlll buxlng parts for hls car9 Al has donated hls car to the Smithsonian Institute Bonnle has become a sclentlst known for her work WVlfh M IKF robes 78 Carol C s book The Care of Pumas and Their Owners, IS a roarlng success .ludv C has just been klcked out of Cuba for kllllng 2 pedestrlans whlle taklng pictures from her sportscar Cathl IS Diane s slster ln law Penny IS manufacturing Clark bars ln her Easy Open car trunk Sallv IS playing flrst vlolln for the Phllharmonlc Chrls IS seen as one of the Blue Anffels Connle IS tlred of eating clgalettes and ha dCC1dCd to do les of It Violet has mos ed up to flrst clarinet SUSIE D IS WVI'1tlI'lg a book Hows to Smash lnto Parked Cars ln One Easv Lesson Peter D has glven up on Jeeps and now drlxes a 1941 Sherman Tank Paul has gn en up smoklng 46 tlmes Linn the VOICE IS there the lauvh 15 there but we stl can t see her Paul IS running the Union Catalogue ln Mt Vernon Ly nn has changed from T1 to Stronffer thlnffs Pefrffw IS mlnlng diamonds ln S Afrlca Helen has learned to plav the plano wlth one hand and shoof baskets mth the other Geoff won t let am one smlle ln hls sight Sandle has admltted that her latest Terrwtoon ln derella and the Sneaker was wrltten Wlth a candle on her nose Clndx IS modellnv hoops for summer sklrts Jack I9 a chemist Buddl IS stlll perculatlng--coffee . . . , . . , M , Y ,, . -- - 1- - ' D f , . . , , , . 7 . . . v 0 9 u - . A I . l-ty Q ' 1 s s Q n n n - C . W- r - L - It v thy . -. . . . - Q . I rr' '. H ' I V . . 3. . . ,, Y . on . b. U. I V h . I , ,g . -.S . L g 1 g . --Q . . . v Sharon-is happily teaching . . . her own. John D.-is running the Air Police. V ' i Y V . ' ' I i ' V ' ' .- - ' F ,- ' . 4- T ' ' , C ' , 'll . K, - , . . 44 Y - - - v Y - 2- . . 1 . . ' Y CS '77 ' - k ' ' ' n z-N' ij- Yi- - I y I YZ. . . . . . A . Q ' ' ITF. , r L- . V. ' I , Y . . . . 4 N-- I . . - - 1 D - ii - Y NC- 1 ' n I I F 1 I Q, Y u In - ' nz- r- " 1 J. . C . l o 9 u 'I' . J' no 'Q - . n Tom Paramount Prctures has promrsed Tom that he wrll replace Cary Grant Margard has succeeded 1n sellmv a yearbook to the ueen Bob E rs an engmeer for the N Y Central Jeff was late for hrs own funeral John P ran out of fras rn the Marnr woods and hasnt been heard from srnce Carol hasnt made up her Inrnd Clayton IS domg defectrye electrrcal work at 6 dollars an hour Wrllram B1ll IS reparrrnff cars Georve 1S head of Amerrcan Wlotors Burton Brf has taken hrs mtellect and athletrc abrlrtres to Oxford on 1nv1tat1on from a c 'am L A S Wlarjorre rs kmttrng bootres Douglas Douff IS rmemaster 1n Barnum and Barley Brg Top Danrel IS strll argulng wlth Mr Davrs Ylary Mary rs strll cheerrnfr at Steprnac frames Susan Sue has opened a branch of The Famrlv Tree III Srngapore James Jrm has found the lost chord Laura Sue IS strll smrlrng and sellrno Calrfornra sun shrne rn bottles Carolyn Carolyn has won the speed talkrng contest and plans to do rt affam next year James Jrm has wrrtten a book entrtled From Armonlr to Nova Scotza and Back rn Tu erzty Fl ths Donald Don wherever he IS people are no doubt ask rnfr themselr es Who myrted Harve " Peter Pete IS runnmg hrs own day camp and not ID hrs barn? Anne 19 the Head Draper chanfrer at Northern West chester Hosprtal Harold Harold IS stlll sellrnfr refreshments at the Olvm pres as the dlrer tor ofthe F B l Doufrlas Douff rs strll trvrng to frffure out a ,ame of basketball on crutches Mrmr Nlrmr rs strll frfrhtrng, off mosqurtoes Sally ha bc en chosen Mother 1 fthe Year Bob has rren up the wood busrness rn order to unt orc Wrllram has rnvented a method for tellrnff 'rpart twrns Nlarx IS danclnr on Broadway Drck has just been elected the Worlds Most Elrffrble Bachelor Robert rs takrn a tour around the world rn quest of fr fan belt for hrs 18 Pontrar Lynn rs now seen IH Holly wood wrth a baby blue con yertrble sun lasses, and short shorts Brll I has become a marlman Larry rs manufacturrnb portable strarght lmes Joan rs seen runnrng her home from a Betty Crocker cookbook Rosmary IS strll drryrn, wrth her head 1n the back seat Woody has just publrshcd hrs flrst book Iearnzng by Inlurlzon Pete rs a l0I'1Sl1IltMlIll'16l 'rt lndranapolrs lony has frone mto busrness as fr professronsrl romeo Crrs rs a German mov1e star Edrth owns her own drrr mg trarnrnfr sr hool Karol rs llCS1g.HlIlg brgger and better houses Clem rs the owner of suen spa lrcttr shops ten ar'r,es and rs rrdrng, on a prnk 1 loud Crrs 19 strll wrnrrrng, scholarshrps 79 W- - T , V , ' F ' . A ' Q , , Q C -l - W Q I., . 1 ' .-' ' - LT. . . F' rr 1 fs ' Q I 1 v 4 rx - 1 . F - , . . 'f .s - - . H1 ' r 1 1. ." . . . . . - . . - - Q 2 , ' - 1, ' h 5 Yu . . - 4 A 1 W , - , F . .. . . . . . . ' - Y ' .' ,- Y 4 - C . 1 V , 2, 1. . . ' . ' - , 4' 7 ' ' C '- L ' ' 1, D ' ' ' er. ' . . . 4- il , ' c . 1 '. 1 - . ' . ff . Jacquelyn-Jackre has ten krds. ' I' t r- c- ,W5 Q Y .k . U K . . U i - P C' ' an - sf ,VW ' . b U Y Q . . ' 'f tg ' Q '. 2 '. 'Q . 1' ' ' . . P ' - -'Q r z " 'C -- rl '-g .4 P I I . c ' - , c ' . D I' . V. . -. . 1 .- c . . . Z v V Y rs x ' in .Y . . 1 N V . P , .. . ,- ? 4, V h S g x :A x il' awk, .i . . Y Y . F t . ..... Y . V llnda 1 1 llllllllllll lll the 196-1 011 mplcs Ben IQ the plflllfl ollner of a CITIIIQI of glmnaslums knows Il as Btn s lleautlful Rods qhoppe LIZ 19 stlll 111 the dark room deseloplng plctures of the Duke s Oak fheatel Anlta IS lliillhlllf lslth dell ht at the thought of SIHUIII S11 cet Talk on the Broadway Stage lyCll'l now has opelled a SMl'lt6I'Sh0p all hand knlt Dalld IQ lnallagel of the Horace Greelel Womens lxlcstllll ICWII1 'l o111 ll1Ql'llxE'Il ol EI 'ls tl uant 0fllCCI G IX 1 ht ld ofthe H C phl slcs department 10111 has IIIXC lltc d handx pllls fol hun ol er goldflsh John lI'lQ non 1 sllde lule speed contest for the flfth tllnt Islllel IQ stlll handln III hel 'lIlll0II16HOI'lx Dellllle 19 stlll ll'N1llt. the bolss pulled out of hel halr S11 ede 1 lre lrlrktourt H1311 for the New Y ork Knlcks Pat 1 o11 the I IfQ1fllIll s lap taklng CllCt3tlOIl ' Blume has lust ll96ll elected IJI?QlilCflt of tht Jeep dlll S1011 of YVlllN M313 l'llell has 111a111ed a Door but honest farmer and has 10 kld Dale ls rldlnff her holse Le Grande UHIOH 1 Madl son Squalef aldell lxlth Rok LY 1111 has tlaglcallx GISCOX ered that she ca11t drlle and cheer at the same tlme Ken IS on hls slxth term as Presldent ofthe U N Klrbl has set a record for runnlng the mlle crutches Parole IS Stlll up lll the Name w oods 80 Krls as a nurse no lonffer falnts at the Sl ht of a hx podermlc needle F1311 IQ stlll tlslrlln, lx rltlnff letters and maklne frlends Bob 15 selllng cars for the Ply mouth people Bt IQ stlll plalln, the sleeplsallxlng, scene UI 1 Falls Barbara rulls the larflest and most efflclent dalll farm III lN Y D1Ck IS extelldlnff hlmself throuvh part ollnershlp Ill 'ln Iflgh Eles atol shoe fartorl Bonllle IS skllnff ln the 1061 Olxlnplcs and readlne pocket hool s ln llel spare tlme lxalfll l Pdlltll ofthe Nut 1011. Trzlmnc elf IQ seen a headnlaster of a Box Scout ramp hlolllll lflc llle on hl French Horn Karfn 1 tralnln do snot to wlte felt he needs d to he tflken '111 HX 'lnt IQ tl lIXlIl t1 flnlsll hel Fltnch te1111 pa lel c IQ 111 11 drlllnf hls cal lslth a dealer s llcense Ol a real cllstolllel friill has been admltted to Bellllew As a nurse of course ClIlClN IQ leadlnff Vlfgll In the Inlleslde Lollls ls taklnl hls sun lasses off on I'3lIlX dass nols Betts IQ HUYQIIIQI lll PIISOIIQ Sue Rxnd IS travellng, reDICKulouslw around the countrs 11 lth that man IH unlfornl Karen IS the flfgt slnglnfl mlsslonarx from Horate Greeles Judl IS competlng ulth Sue to see who can sell th most sunshlne Ann 15 cheerlng on the Presldent of the UlN Pete has found a new planet and wants to go there J. VHJS V . VI. V, . U . - V F . .g lk F V V . V . l ' .ru 1 5., ' sf' ' 3-e " "f 'H t-1 M rs ' -- 1 -:L Q p Q 7 , . X Q l 7 ' r 7 I Q ehff . ' fr ., , ' " f f ' Nl: . . V. . . . . I Q. 'K 5 ' Q 1- ll at V, 2: V V V M V rx L V V J' lg l . , 'l. - - ' . ' ' l -., ' , ' V r 1 L- - , . ,L ' L I 1 . .' ' . A ' -'. . iVLVV VVUV .-A. par. LV VV .U .P -'s 52 . .1. Vp" 1 . , VV ii.S . V A .V V , U . V. .. 4 LL . VV V V . V V gh V .M V R ,' l-', . s , . , A' ' . -f .- ' 1 3 ' t , , A . V. lug u 1 g zqx In l Sue-is skiinfl' d N'Il Mt. S 1" h ' ' 'N U l no l In er Omngctumc' Wlll fhas changed from Nlarllloro to Salem because he x . K L Y -Y. -2 ff--'c-' ' '.' ' '. J. - s'll 31 1 ' '. - '1 ' 'l '. VV.VVV Vp VV ,V El--'., 1 ' rr 'L - ' " "c ' . f, ' ' isa' .'- , 7 ' 1' I gi.S 3-VL. X gp L . . . .V 'M' " ' ' V' ff .Vi .7 3 'A' 1 V ' . A' V.YVW'V .V ' P ' ' D, 1 . K V 5 's. ' L '- if - c ' ' 1 '. 1 4 A .X J v - ' s. 1 Q- - - ' -. . . V ,, . . ,, .n .V V , , V V L 'Z . ' ' - T . . ' m, 4 7 Q v -Yu Y V 1 VV hc V .V , V M , ,V W-. .M . .P .. VV V 1 ' V' VM. k.VV L. V V .-. . V. P . VV- V . VV . -on . . . V . V J - ,, - . Lois-is giving her Customers free recordings of "lur- key in the Strawv with each sale of baby clothes. Grant--is still teaehing ballet. Ginger-is bringing up a family of fighting Irishmen. Sueghas written a lJookfHAku-Aku Part ll. . dis located finger and all. Aseher-is leading an invasion of the Dominican Re- publie. Kathyfelfathy is tired of rubbing off door handles and has joined a eonyent in the Front Mountains. Evelynf-fllvelyn is going the wrong way on a one way ski tow. Cathief ffflathie is busily designing in California. Barbara --is selling lessons in the genuine smile. Kit-Kit is handing out free Coffee for the Salvation Army. Holly'WHolly is still trying to lie about her age. Linda-Linda is taking a post-graduate course at Fox- Lane. Karengliaren is teaching Southerners how to speak pro- per Fnglish. John -John has done itfhe's a Cop. Bob -Rob has shot 2 game wardens. 7 hunters. and a CNW. Sandy Brian Steve rev Sl1lit"" Croy e -is averaging 36 points re is sevretarv for "someonc. 'runs the l,ittle Store. a game for the loeal ation league team. says Pete's mad 'Cause she's aging with Vllrinkles. is in Franee trying to eonvinee people that his real name is Franvoes. and heis not a ehieken thief. Dollg -is an understudy for Tennessee Ernie Ford. Sue 'is still flying high. lilavid-Dave-'s hill-hilly hand is the number one in gXmeriea. Mary l.ou fis drumming up trade for her hospital. CHRIS KLAER l BONN 1641 SOVIET ZONE X NN sr GERMANV 50 5 NAUNCNEN Chris Klaer was the American Field Service exchange studvnt from Hamburg. Germany, for the academie year 1050-1060. urg 1S not ony t e 1 eral Repubhc, but also has been smce olden tunes rate state Wluch kept 1ts repubhcan style of con nor, t o tas 0111 C OO Lross nbur 1' tll I' e fe 'W an 51 O 1 111 FIC 111 ICS t1ons levelled to the ground, 1n destroyed m1lls an arves and 1n the Iron Curtarn runmng only 4C k1lo ter east of Hamburg Gver three m1ll1on bombs o 1 ur OITIC SCLLS troy I CIC reas Wax ca stwa d co km l c ITICI1 211210 1 e san 'Wa YS P IICHC4 S Sufi wn 1n sp1te of everythrng ls ' A ' A - "af Th fl rl l l th . tl 5 ld 's. It b 2 f ' , lil ' 'I ' me-tolli,-3, ,- -A t , o r -t O to 1 b' ' llty is evident in the rubble.areas of whole cit ' d Al . M Q- b 5 d 1 , 4 X 1 nf i - at 1 P1 ' 0 4 d t f as , ...,,..,t.-.. vp -V --, .. , r .l day 1.8.n1illion people liye in Hamburg. Its mercha1 ' .r AQ., A A 'Qa- M,-,e! .2" Ellnn ri ,dw -v-3, r 2 U DERCLASSM .IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISOR Nlls Clare RISOII the Cla adusor Szttzng left to flbhl Presldent B Brooks V1cePres1dent P Holden S d lan mg left to rzght Secretary L Wllson Treasurer M Rudderman Parllamentarman S Luttman Our jumor year was our best yet We started off the year wlth a spaghettl dmner then we svsunn mto our flrst dance Club 22 After these two projects, we were flooded wlth AFS tickets Sales reached a new record The Junlor Muslcal was a ball the h k d ouse was pac e every mght Our Junlor Prom was a dream we must have set an attendance record and we could not have plcked a better mght Now for our fourth year m thrs school were all lookmg forward to bemg the flrst class to spend all four years m our new school 1 044 QU, 'Li W4 .J 3151 Xi: ,af ,J AV3,,. KX ff Qu wig A-,Q " I "I" ur y I ., 1 XR wh. vig-V W.4.,,Q'. .. 5 in --4151 .df ,..-,.,.p-- ,,.-wr ,,.f--. C- ill' ,Z- ,VX orck, L. P HZ K M ughes L Ha1lL H 0' nz: Ho y P mu 5, OTICT, Her, S. N1 I Mer G C 1- andc r I 7 CI O ,-1 C-1 rn ,ghd '-H Ns -. N. 5-L. f.-4 .-1 -4 v1 --. v-4 A P- 1 'U 0 D-4 HIS OH I 5 Off. 87 J ,- -. v -. n-. I R J A I -X. ,, -..f u-1 -N -x u-4 -..- 5 Sy-4 -w v1 "ir.sI roll? Il. 'l'l14-kf-r. Wylrmnt-. S. 'l'innr1n. K. Williunla .. Spaulv, M. Vam Wvyvk. N. Inge-rg. 5. Smurf-. F. lays-Q, P. Svhipal, M. Iolnn-4, J. Hartke-ll, li. Knllillx, K. Vilmus. H. Willizlnvun. V. 'l'1vwl1-1-lui. Svwnflz rule: M. Rlul:-rnlull. K. 514-furmxky, N. Flmxswrx, Ruth. K. has-ixmg. Xl. M1-nd, I.. Suw'm', V. Wood, I. Wilson, K. nth, I. ,ln-Ill. V, Wan-lml11. li. "MI, I. N unxsml, 11. Cilln-rt, IC. H4-nrdon. Tzirl faux' .I. Spf-ln'n'r. 'lf Suuri. H. Xlautlln-wx, IF llulfh-n, IJ, joy, P. Whitney, T. 411011. S. Lulimaul. 1. YVQIIIQ111-. X. Flpmulm-l'. N. Wav, ll. N uw-r. R. Sk:-vig. A. Vitt, I . Se-xuplv, F. Hopkins, .l. S.1urlz'r, gu- .7 xnxx w..,.J vamp., .1 'E ,.f ..D6t ,lily -4 Q 55 :Tl :rs xl E4 L1 .-I Z r .... -4 ..- N- ,... ..- .- .-,P-' -4 M ,-. n-. -.f W 5-4LrJ 'dad -1 Beeson I3 Borman 3 ..- ..... -.4 X X-4 f-4 w Darnell IN Lamp Qc-1 K Bus ner nan L, IS dnt DB L Lu h ,-1 M f-A -4 ew w NN -x 89 CLASS ADVISOR SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Evans secretary Lonme Tlmme vlce presldent Absent Harry Lasker parhamentanan The sophomore class has had a busy year harly ln the flrst quarter the class gave the dance Teen Beat ,' for the whole school The class sponsored a cake sale and student faculty tennrs match the proceeds from these 8CtlVltl6S were glven to the Amerlcan Cancer SOCICIY ln memory of Mr Grafflln A class pizza party was Ulven after the Pelham football game The class code was revlsed by the Executlve Commrttee The Executive Commlttee also ran a movle for the lower grades and made a proflt of one hundred and twenty dollars, whlch was given to CARE Sprmg aCt1V 1t1es lncluded another movle for the elementary school, and puttmg on a carnlval ln May for the beneflt of the Scholarshlp Fund Now for summer vacatlon, and then we wlll be upperclassmen' A 1 l Mrs Clalre Damon, advisor to sophomores, Left to right: Ed Risley, treasurer, Leslie Strickland, presldent Loulse ' . . . 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':Lx: I P NI - T-14 All 3:2 iig NIT: "T"'N.. .k ."' k.L-CE-1 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS CLASS ADVISOR Nlr Stark adn or to l'rc lunen' left Io rzghl H lampbell T Lynch D Whlttleton D Lasker lfxputm the best or worst of it one hundred and sex entx bribht new faces sur ed into the Halls of Creelex Hi h this fall Thanks to our advisor Mr Stark and the homeroom teachers this xear ha been an eventful one for the Freshmen and one w huh has measured up to our hirhest hopes The 63s Seal kept a watchful eve on the football ,ames perched loftilw on the first project the hot do, stand The profits made by sellm hot dogs and drinks ave the treasurx its first substantial sum which helped pas for the football dinner Fven the im alids of the ,rade were at the skatmb party held in January A record attendance was set for participation at a project and the music and refreshments added to the fun of that memorable mbht The Operation 7orch. included a trip to Madison Square Carden, a basketball tame. and a stop at Adxenturers Inn on the way home. Eweryone affreed that it was a success. The same reaction was held about The Sham-Rock. our first dance. It has been a ood year. and we look forward to watchin and helpin next year's freshman class. and hope that they will have as successful a year. and as much fun. as we did. -4 V -- v4 ,-4 t-4 ..... -1 I LI' 1 N 1 It N14 7 y S Mc,l,.iffree 11. Us I on --.. -1 -4 Q... .1 -S r-1 95 First raw: IJ. Kelty, H. White, H. Kaslen, B. Manderwick, S. Wilmas, B. Brewer, D. lN ululrfo, L. Sturgis, A. White, 5. lm-asrine, K. Willard, .l. Yerks, A. MacMillan, ll. Way, P. Turner, L. Aippe. Swcom row: N. Tripp, L. lN uyer, E. M You -1", . ' ' " , if . 'it-, .. . olll , N. Walsh, ll. B eh aiun, L. White, D. Wa sh, D. Whittle- tun, Stuignun, l'. Wall, K. Lauher. Tlirrf row: M. Lewis, G. Winterhalter, T. Lenhurd, W. Li-itlmer, G. Kuncsliiru, A. ,lun 15, J. Kelly, U. Kuppuu , AJ. 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A F, yr Q: 'Q Jw 3. . 53.-1512 wi -IE... h - x IM W 'lv v, ' .,,, t Ywmfif K 1"?, G O COUNCIL Szttuzg Holmes burlon Holme left to rzghl l Raymond P Olson K Nye D Lyons F OFQCHI 0 B Burnh W I Hall L 'X Sawyer S Rynd K Denmson Standing Mr POllZ10 D Kdppauf T Mc Slllffbili D Allen D Lasher D Cornell B Plper L Lenhard R Campbell S War Kurtz K Shanalmn M Adams M Solmca B Brooks M Glynn R Ernsdorf M Wllllflly S Blue D Joy R Holmes A Campbell 'Vlr Pollack The General Or amzatlon Councll IS a ,roup of representatlves of the student body whose job IS to leblslate on matters concermng the students The Pro Tem l cl t th emn meetm of the Councll the rest of the offlcers Charrman IS e ecte a e op ,. ,. by a school Wlde electlon ln the Sprmr . I ,,.i ',,. ,. L. :l. ,.' ,. - Carthy,H.. ,-s, . f, . "', . , . -, . -, .' ,.. '- ,ll. '., . '., .L , . -, . , . L , . . Y ' ,. ' x , , I , s,l. ,. ,,. ,l. . U . . . . U . ze , U . . . 2 .W .G .Z SER ICE CL B Szttmg left to r1,.,ht ll Lhrlelenqon S Holland B Lcww H Hlmmelman B Ray P Hearvm n B Mygatt 'Vlr Herrnmn M Allanach M Ruderman Second row H Dlenst M E Kmney M 'Vlurphy L W1lQfJD R 0fGt1e 'Xl Holeapple L EwanQ A Schmldt A Blum P Wafflldlll Harwy I lohnson I Bmeon The Serwlce Club 1S the law enforcln, branch of the student ,government It also aGQ1QtQ thc offuc Qtaff hx prmlchn memhe-rw for offlfe duts parkm cars at puhllc fumtmng and other such Qcrucec Nlf-mhcwhlp 19 wchlexefl throu h HOIHIIIHUOII hx the student body and acceptance' bw the pre-Qc-nt Serum 6 Q luh ' ' , ' 'U .' . " , . , .. , . 1, . ' 1 , , ", . 1 "go , Burrill. Third row: D. Vrcdenhurg, D. Prezzano, M. Krueger, J. Spooner, S. McCoy, T. Eller, D. ' .. , ,: , 4. 1 s . Y., . Y- V. U U l M1 X A .ti x YY V. . g V L My .4 J'7,, . g GREELEY TRIBU E V5 an-4 1 11111 w H111 in 1 ll 1 1 1 X l -gr 4 --if ' Lffft 10 right: J. Cllutfield. D. Brockway. T. Lenhard. C. Ellis. D. wvilliillll G. O. SENATE ,Q- 9.1 mrlmg K XX1 11111 ll H11111111111 1 111 1.12011 bzttmz. L1 1111 1 1 I3 L11 1 gen 111 Q 11111 11 '1 1 1 011111 111uQ1 111 1ll m 1111111 1111112111111 1 111 11111 1111111 1 1 1 Q U1 1211 1111111111111 1 IN 111111p11Q 11 1reS11111 1 111 1' H- 11e 115111111 11 e 5111111 11Nl1111 ll It u1111a11 '1111 lt 11u 1 .1111-me 1111 1 JUDICIARY ,,-f 81111111111 13111111111 II 1 r 111 111111 4 1- f 1 1 1 N 1 11111 lhe u1l1C1ar1 1 the ju11111al 111'1111h 111 our 11111111 ff111er11n1e11t It 1111 xllfldtjl mf Qchool rulee and h1ars 111mplam1Q ZIUHIIIQI 121112 paved b1 the General O1f1a111zat11111 It 15 compmed of ele1 en members and 11111 facult1 ad1 INOTQ 1960 QUAKER STAFF -.4 .ff X ,,,, 114. ,. sl - uw 4. ,gl A 3 - 5 I 45 ' 1 ' 'LK I 1 S -1 1 ' 5, 5 . ' Qi. I .s 4 3 5 ,., I E j 57 1 A . . I 1 ?L .54 . ff . H Y k ,. AJ ' Y 92 t. 'W , . 5, I.. tio right Ifd N ll 1n N11 1 NLK1 u L Dxllfm Slam HID 'N Clwnn H11 C Room Rfmlalld N xxdfllllflllll Nl Holdpph N f c H Ntmker Second nu N Coburn C F1 lfr u 1 .1r 1 K SIJIIJIJII Nc QI 'NIU lander C Nldxfr J Kather T Klllmurn K IEFUMII x 3 , A A ' ei 3 Lef ' . sea 1 : C1ffl' . C. .'1iTl, 5. . ' 'nlf-'. 1. ' . Q 11' 0: Al. yi' , A. 'l, 1. ' --. ai I LP!! to right. yin! row: J. Hands, K. Turner, QX. lu-rris. P. lJil'kPllN1lH, I.. Lewis, S. I,HHh.llll, B ' . V' . , , S' 1, f. 1r'gg1. .f 1' . 1 r: , .. 1111, 5. .-X gat, I.. Lenhard. NI, Hoffartl, C. Lugalu. P. Cl' k. M. Ellk, . fl' 'l' , S. f-1111. D. IO9 an 3 it 1 x 5" SCIENCE CLUB Iii? in of C 6 1 mg ltj to r1g.l1t IS j n li K: .nk B Ltntz 1' 'Ntlson Standing., left to ng I lder X Was C, o It Ii I' J B11 B Creg T Rochesttr C Leyden C Coolde I Rothhard IS Ern dwarf Adu or Ur Tue lhe SCICXICC Club 15 Lomposed of students lnterested 1n the dlfferent aspects of QCICHCC Durm meetm s thex haxe moues hsten to lectures or reports, or work on projects PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB Szltmg left to rzgllt J Chatfleld K Hall B Coy Slandzng left to rzght Mr Qt George F Pond A Ntulrt C Lan J I.1'Nludo l' Pollotk L Bogart B Walsh R McKelwey ,I Spooner K Holland Q Blur The prlmarx funcuon of the Photo Club IS to lnstruct those lnterested 1n the dlfferent aspects of photo raphx CREATIVE WRITING 9 AND 10 11 I SEI, 'E--'Z W-rxun 'ii we M., 1 -Q ,55- Facmg Nlr Cantrell Rowl J Xdam H Schott A Duffett Row 2 ,I Reynolds P Gruber S Smlley R Nloody 'Nl Hall X Ladwtxllader CREATIVE WRITING II AND I2 Wir jnmlws-www ,wifi are-mdkti W5 W Q! an .mints 4r-- Fdcm N11 5 Kur on Rou, I front to back K Turner C Mlller L Dennlson Row 2 W Rliles D Cxlde ann J Hack: tt Creatue Wfltlllfl iq a claw rather than a club The members turn 1n wntten work once a week sshlch IS crxtxmzed hx the teacher and the rest of the club The1r work IS often entered ln a number of state and natlonal contests I I I THE READING CLUB I 0 ,I HX 1 1 lx cllw 'Ur Prua IS Wlll 14m lm The reaclm Cluh 1 e11ga,ed 111 readm, and CFITICIZIUQ., a QCFICS of hooks The facultx uso! X I I 1 THE TREASURY COMMITTEE Y-D 1? lu fl, 1 101111 1 Q l NI Nlr Pullulx llzsbnzg., l: R1 lu Q xldNtl 'Nl Hudfrman 'Ihe lrcasuu Curnmuttec 1 u1111poiul of all dLllY1tY and class trefzsurers and the ponwr W1 lullark 'lhe tlme allotted fur meetm 5 IS used to take Care of any fmanclal traI1Qact1o11s OLCUIIIIIU clurm, the meek The Commlttee also HPPIOYCS the Gale of tulwts fm am Qch ml utlxltx Il2 ,I . 1. 11 A T I, ,. - f -. MIL' :I I - x. 1 Ar gfw "" ,nf Lvj I ri"l1 : ll. Nlrlf .-X. F-rris. fl. Klamr, l'. lim-igllur. 5. l'g' 1 ', 1 . , 'l'anS , ll. ldv. I . II .S II . . II .... I I . I I spo S 'is , l'. P'i 'c. 1 ggi TQ f W Tj Ijfjf' V I L I, " T -.T T: T' , 1, is -4 'dv ...E ' W' '57 - . ,N WT" 6, T' Lvf "'f1l.' ,l. I.LlIllUdl', l'. llc 'l'WLljlllIl. ll. Lyunf, C. Od! ' ', V. ffur '10, N. lloslurui-1-, T. .I 11'll. pK. :xlll'Il. . . Q . ' 'A 'J '. 'S 1. . 'I . . ' ' . . ,. I, . I - I .FI I I I I I . . I I Q ' ' J " T ' ' ' nh ' ' . I. I I . II I . . II I . I I . C . . , ' I . ' 4 2 ' ' ' SKETCH CLUB The Sketfh Club prmldes those students mterested m CTCHIIYC artQ but l1l13blC if attend Art clmses a chance to pirtlclpate ln thls fleld B Row one left to nah! J Sundbcrg 5 Mnchell R Qchvvarz J Bray Row two B Mlller N KTCISILT B NIcC0x S 'Nldnte NI Holmw B Hurd 5 Bigelow R FHHXIHQ K 'Horan A l'0sQ B Barnes J Adanw Standzng Tmcher 'Nlr Halper I Krelsler i' ,gk 1. G O ART COU CIL K lm-W Ain! if 5 aww un! mu f ft 0 IL, I Ur Halpel 5 WlHxlIlN0l1 L Nllllll K Pmul -X Nfllllll L Ehcrlmrct dm N x nan 1 mu 1 I 0 r1,.1 flt Yldnnson T una I Wlllldnl , 1klf x I W .1 lhf Mt C lllllill ls d Sfllldlll Committee of tha C 0 xshlch comdmates the dCQ1IC mf thc Qtudz nt bodx and fanults to haue an attlactne Qchool The counc1l IS respomlble for the ch plax KBIJIIIPIQ the approx al of pmters fm Qchool funCt10nQ and decoratlons mum-1 im, his-ang-,,.,, ,f-"' 'QP Rfb-X THE JUNIDR RED CROSS The purpose of the Junior Red Cross is to acquaint its members with Red Cross service work and to encourage its members to ren- der service where needed. In the fulfillment of this purpose, service activities are undertaken for the benefit of veteran and charity groups. as well as foreign children's work. Every year the Red Cross holds the Nliss Greeley Contest, which is a money raising project and also sponsors the donation of food-filled baskets at Thanksgiving to some Vvcstchester Home. Miss Greeley 1960 ANN SCHNIIDT Officers: President, J. Barry Vice-President, T. Kelloggg Secretary, Judy Carpenterg Treasurer, Anne Hill. Members: D. Wilson, B. Carpenter, J. Buschini, J. Roorda, A. MacMillan, L. Forrest, J. Yerkes, D. Seehof, T. Kilbum, K. Salveson, S. Hayes, L. Barton, M. Necarsulmer, P. Schipa, M. Mullane, S. Bode, C. Creamer, M. Bowen, P. Biggs, S. Dahlgren, M. Rogers. CHORUS Top lei! I Hgh! I 51 l1ucl1111 m I Klues C1 P 'llurpln NI 9101 lxer 9 Cell S Tur111r B R1ssl1111l OI Q1111 1 1 Q 1 1 A 1 11 1 I I I1 UI Ixll IIUII1 ION Ill ll Q IQUII U I I I ll 1111 1 1111 11 r 111 1n N 111 fl 11l11 'N lI11ff.11tl1 ll I lltlll I I 111 vo Ylzzrd mu I Lullla I3 L.1111pl1 K Wllmdg P D10 en 1 N N1 1 1 1 1 1 C1 Il 11111 11 .1 u11 P mn 1 11 1 I1 om r 1211 I 111 1 1 1 IX 0 I' 'I1111 Lr ll 1 ll N 1111 111 1 I I3l,111j IJ NI1lmsJ11 'XI KJZOI 1 ll 1 I 1 X , Top: J. Kultau C. Cilbert I. Manssrm K. Salveson. A. Hill Donham L. Wl1elaw' I. Micgel , . Ellis . '111111a.' . I. 1r1- . .li 1-5 . i-ns! E. FI11-1l11n M. Fritz BI. l3111mo . 'kcr W. 11-51111 '. . unl1-1' 1121, I. 1. 1 Cnwlic . lx. flillwurg, E. lluinline ll. R11 ' S .. Q ' 1 ., 11111-1-. 0 om: ,. LII' . "Q - . . S1-111111 ., 10: ,. ' '15 If Ba ' tync IJ. K'1ll1er K. Rice Il. Brewer. E. Spim-lla R. Trotta, K. G11rlacl1 J. Yorton, C. Dicn.t Mr Yisca. Sitting: I.. L1111kericl,fz1- C. Illazej. BOYS CHORUS '--an-w-.W """lkw+ 1 I In fl, I 1 Hun Nlnmru K w ux 1 ILUIII r 4 mx flu 0 S my W Kllu R S ul llll mu 4 u 111 1 Qlxex Il H Q 1 ALL STATE CHORUS MEMBERS was' "nf I . . .A . . ' . , .' u"c . 7. -so , ,, Q' 19 '1' '. g . f. 'nf - , '- .. .Vfmzz V 5 ,. , "ef vy. Y. .' ' . . 'my . . '. 1 Q- ef , , . .' - mfr, it nLn.." 4,:. 1 '11, J Il8 BAND 'yfww A- f., J Last row lejt to rzght J Buckner P Block B Heath B Chambers T Saarl E Dato C. ossack L Holland R 'NIcKelwey Third row B Lavme F Lucroft 9 McKmley C Miller M. 'lllller .I Adam C 'Nhller R Hdmlll0D R Reynold N Borman bcfond row ,I NlcKelvey DHHICISOH NI Ruderman L Miles J Down A Brown Dr Slekmann First row D Tucker H Slllcocks B Borman NI L Wmtersteen The Band has been under new prorrammlnb thls year bw schedullno rehearsals clurmg recular class tlme thus avoldm, confhcts wlth other act1v1t1es The band reyresents the school at all football .Dames at some home basketball games at the annual Sprmv Concert and ln the commumty parades THE MAJORETTES 48 Kneelihg, left to right: V. Curcio, M. Barkman, F. Orsenigo, C. Odiorne. Standing, left to right: S. Dahl, N. Moslander, B. Rollins. CHAMBER MUSIC ENSEMBLE ml rom I 0 un 111111 1.111 NIIIILW 3 C Leyun Slum! r 11 N I XIIIILI' NI brafflln R Rnyno K H111 Sfrllfvf I Lum fl A CAPPELLA CHOIR To 'N B1111111 E ll1.1p11111n ,I XILKGINBS K Broun 'N Ddrm B Dc-1.1111 I Sghroedcr J fran er L DJI4 IJ Wlll 1 NI Nlcblll Ilzddle rou L, IJIIIUII A B11 H IJILDI L Dasslun L F1l1Qr B Rowland K Ol fn A Lmdholm K balxeson L Roach B Stocker A H111 X Xddm Bottom mu Nlr X1 .1 J Cate L De-Fehce K Power E Hamlmv 5 Dahl 'NI fu ack B Cdmph C Bdlldntnxe L Lmkend e C Ewan C Ro e B Bel on L Bartocc 1n1 DRAMATICS CLUB btttmg J Wlarh N Wal ll 5 Bray C Hogan L Loppe L Nlorrl K Willard Mr Sweet B Duhenso H S dl n pen eow Qtandzng ftrst row .l Scoll R Gibbs S MacCaffrey C Fowlle S Damon L 'Nlaxer P Turner A Bolllns D Blshop A Smlth V Smlth E Rodler Standing second rou, L Holland ,I Dome B Heath B Durtz .I Thomason E Dato Bama P Daudson L Eherhart 'NI Nlead J Rltter K Wllllam K Wllmas Bottom mu left to rzght C Roe C Drurx B Beclwuth N NIO lander D Moslander B Wlll18mSOH Mr qweet K Btefansky The purpose of the Dramatlcs Club IS to release and help shape the lmagmatlve abllltlCS whlch come under the headmff of theater An annual productxon IS presented by th1s group The Thesplan Socletx IS a ,roup chosen for thelr exceptlonal mterest ID the Drama Club from the pres 1ous wear ThlS rroup presents three evemngs of short scenes : ..'si, . f', .H ., 's,. " ,l " , .L .. ,- , .A l,.l ,.. ,.. ' , . A 'I' , . , . , . , . , . , . .. ': . , . ' , . ' , . , . , . . Top row, left to right: K. Boyd, K. Rich, S. Snure, C. Cooper. D. Hands, D. Carroll, C. Ward, B. H, 4-'-,, ,A,i ,. ,. S.. .T ', i : . s . . Q, . ' ' , . . S , - . M , - , - - ' , C, . . . Y . U . . . . V. p G . U . L I THESPIANS 'J Jjpf,1PhJM"L r 1 111111111 .md K w li 1111 N Rxnn Nmyt B Hom ron llfrl Ill! lu right K Sllfdfl lu I5 Porkr H1 1 I5 Wllhlnw L TECHNICIANS frxfgip 161110 rzght R Rowland P Dean J F1lQ C F1 her J held 5 I W 1 I In igll: Il. 'q as. 5. linll- . . Buvd. l,. Ullli d, 1' 1, C, '- Mr. 0 :sw f. V: S", . t', TX f'W - , . - 1 'XJ ' A . ,fu 45-. . 1 '111. .041 d,.O V A ,SB-'7 X-,J K '7 .u , . ff X Q 4' ry X' V X v JN V W'x,,7'L .. Y, iw fy-E51 'i "GM," ,,. xx 5 .W E? :Z 3. X Vg X , SPANISH CLUB Y if W '11 'i 4 .- ' ' . ..W L1 t to rzght B foclmcl T Huye L Buclmnan Ur Cala J Torbor B Hooker W Town mm The Spamsh Club IS composed of students of Spamsh mterested ln lmprovmc thelr knowled e of the lancuabe and the Spamsh speakmb count11es They meet once a w eek wuth Urs Galas to work towards thls ,oal AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE COMMITTEE C3 F? C? X7 vw V Kneelmg L A Savuer P Wareham L Hall K Wllhams W Hubbell D Hands Second rou. let to rzght L Wllson G Elll L Dawlun NI Nlurphy 'NI Ruderman Thzrd rou left to rzght P Holden S Luttmann D Thompson P Whltney D Brockwaw T Lwnch R Campbell Thls commlttee composed of Jumors was 1n charoe of t1CkCt selhn for the A F S '22 project thls sear Included are d1str1ct and area chalrmen ! X cf N .,f'-,. s,. ,ss., s,. g,. , . - s- l. ' U' fl' CY . l O' " ' 2: , ' . . .' A, s Y - ' of l A, Q 7 f as W N H QI! - ,. I ' 2 A 'f 5 M L! X - 3 a- J , . - if -f. iff lr ' s f lx 0 4 H ,A , ........:: me W- f , " , F, . Q f 3 , . 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V57 All NATIONAL H0 OR UCIETY uk' L Q HORACE GREELEY CHAPTER Reagen Preszdent Lcnllard Dlcnbt Rowland Turner Orsunlgo Hnmmelman E IS Ward Burch WIcKelwey Kalher Holland Sellner Kelley Lyons Allen Nlayer Rlsley Ferns Schmldt NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 2 N l S I Blue Thomas Heerwagen Johnson Torborg LoQs1ng Curtlss Gllbert Porter 'Nllller Allanach Darnall E Kmnew Ellis Olson Goebel Tmnon Powers Adams Thompwn Caroll V lutnew 4 5 , A A n................f. ...W......,....,...................,....E,.W .... 2 1 5 - . 2 , , Q it I ,K i , ,',. i"1 A' , 3 4 A ' S vi f 1, GIRLS' SPGRTS W THE GIRL ' LEADER CoEP Let to nght H Dlenst S NlLK1nley S Crafflln Q Holland C CUIIIQQ Sealed Wllss lrwm lflzssmg ,I Torbor The Leader Corps acts as a student government for the glrls physxcal educatlon practlcal tests help choose mtramural teams run playdays and entertaln V1SltlI'l"' schools Membershlp IS open to all present sophomores and JUIIIOIS The members are selected after a comprehensne wrltten rules test 1S on en Thls IS followed bw a personallty ratlnn sheet Fmal selectlon IS made on the successful completlon of both tests . , . . department. The members referee intramurals, take care of equipment, help administer . M , . , , 9 . . . . D THE CHEERLE DERS Left to right: A. Schmidt, J. Fay, P. Olson, P. Wood, B. Stocker, M. Allanach, C. Crieco, K. Shanahan, L. Norton, Captain. The purpose of the cheerleading squad is to lead cheers at football games and basketball games, and to promote school spirit and good sportsmanship in both stu- dents and teams. The girls try out every year and are judged on appearance, co- operation, interest, and enthusiasm as well as their ability to cheer. In addition, a cheerleader must have a 75 average and maintain it through the year. Both students and faculty act as judges at the tryouts. The cheerleaders have their own constitution and demerit system. -anv- ,-4 ,-1 I v 0 Ol' 011 L v-4 -A v--1 -s S -N -1 J S gan id s... -4 -1 F- A --4 f.... FIRST HOCKEY TEAM X H A .L A IV. , Smndzng J Elhot B Nlclm C, Llllmberlaln ,I Barr N Turner P bclupa Ixnvelmg B Rm S 'NlcK1nley L Spade C Curtl s FIRST TEAM RECORD e Whlte Plams Bronxv1lle e Pelham MISS IRWIN NWI! H01 KPX I XVI MVS Lal! lu rzghl Nut NlcKmlu N11 lrmn Num Wdrlmumn HOCKEY 2nd TEAM in i Stumlirzg, left to right: S. Coburn, S. Cowlivh, M. Holmes, 1. Sundburg, H. Dillon, J. Raymond, Xl. Howden. KHl'l'1l.l1g,16'fl iq righl: I. Nliraco, N. Kreigler, K. Reagan, S. Warburton. HOCKEY 31d and 4th TEAMS ati it Standzng left to rzghL B Dlclxen on 'Nl Holsapple L Denmson H Dunst J Hackett S Holland NI E Cmfflm K Turner E Hamlnm B Moore 'Nl R0 cr S Bode C Dlckenson Kneelzng left to fl ht S Tlnnon N Sulwcson M Ellls L Lcwts NI Stocker P Wareham L Forreet D Cornell 5 Ourockcr J lNorton T Kello g W Hubbell . W K K it it! , . s ,.. , . , . ' , . , . ,.. . 1 ,. , . , .. ,.. ,.s,.,. , f. . , 1, , .- , . , . . ,..., , , . , . V. . 'I' , I U .,. ,.,. ,. , . ,:, . . FRE HMA HOCKEY FIRST TEAM ,A Kneeling L MOYIIS P Ray D Whlttleton G Hungerford C Scott Standmg K Wllllafd 9 Mante A Foss S McCaffree L Mayer J Adams E Montgomerx Kneeling: J. Plalsted, L. Lappe, B. McMahon, R. Cllzhs. Standing. R. Schnndt, R. F11 kins, L. Whelan, F. Reynolds, N. Walsh, K. Sams. 4? 2.8- VARSITY BASKETBALL Szttzng E Hamlme L Tlmme C Flsher J Elllot Standzng B Buckley Q Holland S Donham 5 Turner D Curtxs Nh Qlrmm w15SlHg C Curtl Pleasantvllle Bronxvllle Whlte Plams Pelham 'fffifiii A We 25 ' 24 We 32 ' 34 We 37 ' ' 3 1 We 56 34 SECOND TEAM BASKETBALL 1115 3 u H0114 1' Ur tfll 0 L DCFllllk I Rmmond .5tf111fI111l. I Sundbur umm Nl S141 lllll' IJ1 on N lxrel er THIRD and FOURTH TEAMS WWUQQI A1111 1 ,. 4 1 vu 11111111 1 v e x S xxlllxlfl 1 N Q FRE HMA BASKETB LL FIRST TEAM lllffllll. Q le 0 N 4 111-4 bffllldlll I NIU N Uante D Whlttleton XLI 1 III M SECOND TEAM Ixneelzng L Lmppm Q Nutt K Wdlldrd I Rm .Starzdzrlb J Xvrke- H gCl'll'I1ldI L Whelan F R xnold 'N W1IhR xll OLLEYBALL FIRST and SECOND 'IQEIMAMS JL! X Fzrst rou left Io rzght A Cadwalader M Camph M Qtocker K Tumer W Hubbell P Ol on L Lenhard L Leul P Clapham C Roach K Cerlach THIRD and FOUR TEAMS Stundzng 'NI Wlnter teen D Cornell C Roach K Qahc on J lcr lx Boxd 1 flu 1 Kneeling B Carpenter NI Qnlnua X Au er L Forrest D Kather MODERN DANCE CLUB rs! ran 1 0 rz,. I mn 1 llll F1 N nu lllllll 1 une S IIIIIIIII., uw ui u APPARATUS CLUB ma, -4 ff' A I 1 ,.1! l I lmmc 4+ N m Pun: Cl SPRING SPORTS VOLLEYBALL i CL 210 Ing, L C L I F Clluvlwyl-"'E'J' BADMINTON .Lf Lgpolf 4.,a,:::r.O..G2.-Sf limi 7. , QLRAMMK, 1 L r 1 - .., I - L-,L-,L..u.alln-in--f-mvW...-N . W. . L, .fy-W--fwvww -M -- I0 LLC ll- -51 bg' Lf jgkiig 'QIL -IL! A lm., .4,,.,,..S,.4,,-.:,..,.-:nnasn-h-N...-w-M..nA,.,..M....,., .M A ,I 1 A251 lf: fx V ' 4, ,li,f.',.'Tj,J3Q,',7' CAfL.7Gd1E-H4:4J- W'M""M " , f . K, Q' ' ,thi W C C-7fv,f f'1,4I L J M, , ,., ,.,., ,,,,,,,,. M., " N' Ns' S' , Y -5 , S Q ll , L, ld --A- Q ma L M M -W L X If ' ' - Hilti!-kno' gil K nu P Q " Q , 5 E5 Q ! Ig' """'ia""f ,Q 5. , 15, mf , X 4 i ,Q Stffgw. K es K ll' 3, .fx A 54 yi . Q ,Q ff' f"'fa-' ? ' 'ay -fl' 4.-H fy A K N, lg, .. f 4 fr- A,,',a , 1 34,11-'F' '--' ... J.. I ,553-' k sl KS 4825 33 ff Wi' 1.43,- ,prim , s .1 1-' UOTDOGS I- L K ..- all r A iv ng 5' Q f .Q :S 5 x I 011 .rr-, 7? 1 5 il X95 ik I1 ff , ,ix . Q .M 3 . , F 5 f wg .. 5 My V 1. Fu 'z -we ,MM 'NNW VARSITY CL B WD- zclmg lf!! to rl, I 1 ex 1 1 H111 NI Rude1m.1n Hnlnw Stuzdzng L John on D G1llSfTH X Camplnll N Wal l1 B Us .itt C Lagald 'Hr Wl11ttlctv1n The purpoie of thw or 3lllZ2ill0fl IS to promote I'CCOf'I1ItlOll of the 3lhlCtlC proffram mcrcawe mtere t and underitanflmff of the c'nt1re phx QlCHl eclucatlon proffram Hlillll lcleali of lfafle-rQh1p lm altx anrl teamwork 1n all plmses of our athletlc Pndeawor ern the rhfml 111 'lm Capacltx that the General Or,'1111zat1r1n or the Admmlstratmn fl6fIT1S f1t Nlen1lrcrQl11p 1C lrwecl un two wan of xarmtx plax pluQ the approval of the pfllli lpal Cl: an 'mcl phx Q11 'al eclur 'lflflll 1nQtrurtorG L-f S .- ... w-.1 V -.f .N ...- -.f .N A -4'- 4'- -.f A A v ,-4 A N s W I A X V A -w v f... A .1 I43 "IMI mir. will lu ligzl: II. IA- i., II, I"u Ivr. X. Inmplw-II, I . lilrmn, II. ygull. II. IIur1-Il, 5. Wulxlm. I,. .IuI1llw11, I. I.ug1uI.1. XX. Iixle-5. Svwlzr mlv: fuau'Il lglle-, I. I 1 .I. fxlnlplne-II. I . Ivy. 'If I,ym'Il. .I. I.a1mIwrt, I . Iurrill. I , Yu-nl:-lmlwrgi, .I. zmnls. 'If I'III4'r. Iimu-I1 WIIIIIII-lull. Tzirf l'0u': 'If Killrllrll lNIg1114lgn'rD, II. falrlwlvll, I - f:1llNi'I"'II I'l'v'AaI1l1w. If. Iflmpxnnll. II. Ilnmkx. II, Iiv. A. Iulv, I,. IIN--mix. I .Wz1IIau'v. LL OTBA F TY SI VAR OR I U 5 J 8 ,Wig 1 iw av wi' fqQm ww' r ng, f 4 4 f ' 5 ' qf 's 4. 46 av 'V'J'l ,S -'Mi A 0 x HU! ,ff I, A r .4P' J' 'S ip, ft n OU Sfrond JH Q.. , , 1 1 ' , ,Q v .. 4,v. , k . , , 4 U 4 L . 'J 'A ,-., , 4 , ' wax , V M , ,. . . 1 ' ' , 4 ' ' " 'f , Q ' ' 1 v , 2 ,, .' ,, 3 V4'.'. .4 'L'i '. lynx flaw'-Af '9 3 ' ' 9 . 'Q ll U an Q, Iggy Q N 'L xx y R K A5 O' 43- "X17f'i-"K ' lofi, 'W 5-Pg I E3 'K ff-Z.. fy Q I 5 Mx. :la qqsx '+I N a 'x'aJ.q 67,1 xo' ' x ii I 4 , J' tx J- 'n E -w N-an-...Q fy, , nu. awf- A a wsfifew y ,iurgggw 3321? an , x SOCCER CAPTAINS AND ALL STAR PLAYERS left to rrght C Hurd I Ru clnnx l Hetrwa on D Harsex The flrst Varslts Soccer Team at Horace Creelex had a hlbhls successful season I ncler the Puldance of Coach Hall 1t flnlshed mth a Q 3 season It beat Lakeland and John Jax UNICC and lNew Rochelle once The onlw losses were to Yorktown and '1 powerful Scarsflale team The Greelex hooters were led hx Jlm Buschml Pete Hecrwa en Don Hanes and Charlle Hurd all of whom were selected to plav 1n the annual Westchester Countx Soccer All Star classlc Jlm BllSChlI1I went on to become Creelex s flrst All Counts soccer ,oalle Wlth mans of thls years starters returnln next year, Coach Hall has hopes for an lmprow ement of thts x ear s record. ..- -4 -4 ..- -4 A .-1 -4 -4 -1 '-: -. 'Q ,-1 -A .-4 .1 .' -f .-4 X X -S.. .-4 -1 .-. ..- ..- -4 ..' -.f Q., N. A-X .1 4 -- X .1 ... I47 I-': 'J .E Z1 1 L- nga.. :af .-A mi' .'z A. I-'F' .If': N -1 W4 I ,- J 'KL f... -:IJ 'fu f?- SJ. 254 ., A 'J 14 193 f ,'I. EZ.: :.N"' 75:5 71-17 47 E25 5.1 fi Zfli 2. .Z .2 -4-7 Ui- ff:-:AZ 1. , .:-N ,Tiff f' V.:-r k E7 ,rj 14" '24, ff,,: 54 i 1 'ZF ,- .'f 79- .if 7,2 .'l. . I, :sf :Lf x. 1. f I ,7 :Q' 7:lA 'V E5 V E STLIN G I'zrst row left lo right D 'NIood1e B Christen on T Allen S Carrier T RICE T Hayes R Adleman .l Bogart Second rou. A Longman 'NI Wan Wljk NI Ruderman D Lyons T Mc Cartlly Top Nlanager R Rowland Wir Perry B Carlson E Chapman T Lynch B Fowler B Campbell J Nauder Nlr Kale Horace Greeley Horace Greeley Horace Greeley Fox Lane Yorktown Horace Greeley Horace Greeley Fox Lane Horace Greeley Horace Greeley Horace Greeley Hendrlck Hudson John Jay Horace Greeley TEAM RECORD 96 Groton Sleepv Hollow I akeland Horace Greeley Horace Greeley Somers John Jay Horace Greeley Yorktown Somers Groton Horace Greeley Horace Greeley Lakeland Our wrestlln team placed fourth ln the 'Northern Westchester lm ltatlonal Wrestlm Tournament Hendrick Hudson 31 Horace Greeley' 27 ' 27 . 28 22 f ' 50 U' 33 37 , j 22 j 36 ' 25 , ' 31 j U 23 ,' -' 34 TUNIOR VARSITY WRE T LI G Top row Iet to rzght Manager R Rowland Mr Perry D 0Connel T Curtls A Moss R h 'NI L d ulst Fritz R 'Nlathews A Brown lVlr Gale Second row B Lewlne G Kanes no ln q ,- A C T Aldrlch J Marsh Wrth the large turnout for the wrestlln team the Boys Athletlc Department was able to form a ,Tumor Varsltv Team for the flrst t1me The bows under the guldance of Coaches Gale and Perrw had a successful season Thls ws as proven when the Fresh man boxs mam of whom were on the JV Squad took f1rst place 1n the Sectlon l part of the N Y S P H S A A Freshman Tournament I .7 1, . : A Y ' 5 ' '7 : g 1 ' . l 1 .' . Y J' Lamudel Jonesl, Fl Canniffi Third flaw: E. Little-, Townsencl, C. llorman-, I . reene, . . g e ' , . VARSITY BASKETBALL Kneelmg left Io rzghl W Holme E 'Nlurpln B Bro k B Holme D V rou Ur Hall D Hocft Q Wal h C Qasage B Lew K Nye B My att Pleasantvrlle Horace Greeley y e Carmel Fovc Lane Horace Greeley Horace Greeley Horace Greeley Horace Greeley Fox Lane Yorktown Horace Greeley Horace Greeley Horace Greeley Rye John ,lay Ry e 'Neck TI-'ANI RECORD 9 8 Lea ue Games 8 4 SECTIOBAL Horace Greeley Brewster Horace Greeley Horace Greeley Horace Greeley Somers Brrarchff John ,lay Lakeland Horace Greeley Horace Greeley Somers Brrarcllff Yorktown Horace Greeley Horace Greeley Horace Greeley redenburg Second ' ' 70 j 31 j 49 47 Ry' 41 j 28 42 ' 40 'Horace Greeley' 48 Lakeland 47 1 A 53 52 1' ' 53 38 1 j 74 ' ' 55 7 I' 51 39 1' j 55 42 4 39 1' 31 4 57 52 46 1, 64 44 'G 1' 58 ' ' 50 1' j 63 48 ' 51 ' 40 46 1, 1, 4+ O' - ' 4 1 50 ' 47 VARSITY BASKETBALL Greeley had a fine basketball season this year with an overall record of 9-8. Be- cause of their 8-4 league record, they placed second in the N.W.I.L., tieing with Yorktown. The well rounded team had Steve Walsh and Ken Nye leading the offense, Ben Lewis grabbing the rebounds, Don Vredenburgh playing fine defensive ball, and Doug Hoeft doing the best ball-handling. Strong support from the bench by Bruce Mygatt, Clint Savage and the rest of the team saved many a game which appeared to be lost. The loss of Doug Hoeft and Steve Walsh towards the close of the season crippled the team's chances in the sectional tournament. Greeley was represented in the All Star game by Steve Walsh, Doug Hoeft, and Ken Nye. Ken Nye was named to the N.W.I.L. First Team which is selected by the coaches of the league. UNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL ncclm 1 anc mx Kruc cr Sian III C ntrcll H Uf tlc X Duncan D Burrlll I Bee on R Ccnrxd Horace Greelex Horace Greeley Pleaiantx llle Horace Greeley Horace Greelew PFAM RFCORD 13 Fox Lane Somers Horace Greelev Brew Gter Y C Horace Greelew Carmel Lakeland Horace C reeles Horac e Greelew Yorktovx n Horace freelex Brlarcllff Lakelan Horace Greeley Fox lane Horace Greeley Yorktown Horace Greelew Somers Horace Gleeles Horace flreelew Brlarcllff Horace Creeles xe Horace Creclcs john Jax Lnder the fme drrectron rf Coach Robert Cantrell this wear JV team had a ood Qeaaon cndln wlth an overall record of l? uma and I loaaea llhe teami formula for Qucccw conslste of '1 W6llI'O.lIlClCd flrst team a stron bench and an excellent rebel coach The bow combmed hard work and fun to come up ulth a J and 3 lea ue record um them a he for flfgt place wlth Lakeland K " ' g. left lc. righl: S. Nlclfoy, ll. Walllill. .l. Br' il. lf. Rislf. Nl. at . . S -. A . 3' , . , .. s, , . 41 L . 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' 5 ' 'f X ll: 'x E sis I x fa Q21 vu I dll-ffm-mm-".I.',,, W N-w'?Qfv-, wig. -- -- v -, Q - -A 4- , -.-.-- -v- -..,.,. - -,-.,.. .,,,..- V., . ,.',fe..k-Qt.i,x,,, ,Li,,: - ,,.fLvU41J1-Jfxnc 1, 4,2 w ,pig 1' -,lbll ' ' it .,,f., 44 Q QI 19" - 'pf .li W. ,,,,,..-.4-4' ADVERTISEMENTS 4 A .lu X Complnmen+s of JAMES FOSTER SERVICE STATION N I SHELL PRODUCTS 75 Norfh Greeley Avenue Tires Tubes Ba'H'erues Aulo Repairs Lubrlcahon Cars Washed and Slmomzed MEASLE AND SHEILA: 1' 1 MlLLwooD SUPPLY co INC Lumber Mullwork Mason s and olher Buuldmg Ma'I'erlals Ferhluzers Casf Sfone and Garden Orna menfs Tel Wllson I2I7I Roufe I20 ai' RR Crossing MILLWOOD N Y Our thanks for the donahons of Vernon s Service Sfahon Bob Ba reH Elmers Slahonery and LuncheoneHe Chappaqua Prinfers, lnc. J. C. Conner Miller Au+o Supply and Equipmenl' Company Chevron Gasoline, Pleasan+ville BriceHi's Elecfric Service Diamond's Luncheone++e Pefroleum Heal and Power Co., lnc. Henry Ke+chel Mounl' Kisco Furnilure Exchange J Supl I 5 .fsh 1 Q- A I VIH 1 J x ' rr' A' f' - ' kj'-, , n ff., 1 rn,-..' rl..," - 1-:dr 'fa 'I - pl l, -p "Q 4 fa , ffm. xx V ll M Q11 ,gr ' -4 4 --3 311' aafff Tel. CEn+ral 8-9267 ff' '5 ' x L' " 4 sa ' 1 l I l 1 - - i t J N-' ' 9' ' ' "' K 3' . . . 'Z - ,. , XJ T T J - IL. 1 ,E f I' N --' . . . -I. 91. Q, 9 ,ful , . . Congratulations ro the Class of I960 THE CHAPPAQUA PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION GENERAL PRECISION LABORATORY INCORPORATED S b a PLEASANTVILLE INSTRUMENT CORPORATION PLE SANT ILLE N Y vfg wfsg WWW I and u sidi ry A v , . . 0 M, C 'll IIN. g ' HIL ' U .,, -I w I ig y R E TeCARR SPORTING GOODS 285 Nor+h Broadway NORTH TARRYTOWN NEW YORK Tel MEdforcI I374I GREELEY COmP"me'1+S of SANITATION SERVICE SERVING NEW CASTLE TEXACO SERVICE H+ I a d C a e DON ROANE S CEn+raI s 9887 CE 9 479' CENTURY MUSICAL INSTRUMENT CO Every+I'IIng Muslcal l78 Mamaroneck Avenue WHITE PLAINS N Y Mosf Co pI 'Ie Musc Sfo e In Wesfchesfe own and counwtr Ll INC, Perso aI ed HAIR STYLING TINTING PERMANENT WAVING Mr Thomas CEnI'raI 8-4330 24 SOUTH GREELEY AVE. CHAPPAQUA Reside ia n ommerci I S rvic I SOUH., Greeley Avenue Garbage and Refuse Removal ll U U II m e I r r I I ' I ' 5 I S n iz BIG BUYS EVERY DAY AT A 81 P Any clay you shop nn any department you stop at A 8: P Because there are so many of them all through the weelc and all through the store thanks to A 8: Ps famous polucy of keeping prnces as low as posslble on Item after :tem day after day Come see' Come save' A 81 P SUPERMARKETS Conveniently Located Throughout Westchester County You're bound to 'fincl good values in good things to eat, I Complimenis of CROSS COUNTRY GARAGE Rou+e I00 MILLWOOD N Y COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE AND TOWING ZI99 WI I 5583 MU RRAY'S VARIETY STORE Come In and Browse CHAPPAOUA N Y Congra+ulaI'lons 'I'o I'he Class of I960 From I'he PATENT TRADER Congra+ulahons +o Ihe Class of I960 CORTISANO I 0876 2I KING STREET CHAPPAOUA A T HOULIHAN INC Real EsI'aI'e CHAPPAOUA N Y T I CE 8 4766 4767 OLSON AND GORDON STATIONERS, Inc 44 Church Sfreel' WhlI'e Plams New Yorlc CongraI'ulahons I'o +he Class of I960 BADER S DellcaI'essen ancl Grocery lmpor+ed and Domeshc Homemade Salads WI I 2I65 MILLWOOD N Y WI-l- - - SHOE STORE ' ' ' Phone - e' ' ' I A FRIEND Compliments of Telephone CEn+raI 8-4437 CEnIraI 8 4438 TH GREELEY GARAGE II4 S0 Greeley Avenue CHAPPAQUA NEW YORK 7 AM TO 7 PM FRANK LARIZZA P SH ERIDAN S FOOD STORE I2 King SI'ree+ CEnI'raI 8 4747 US PRIME MEATS FRUITS VEGETABLES POULTRY FANCY GROCERIES D CompInmenI's of CULLIGAN 2I A MT KISCO N Y MO + K 688l8 CEn'I'raI 8 3 I94 CHAPPAQUA TAXI SERVICE NEW YORK ALL AIRPORTS STEAMSHIP PIERS RR TERMINALS NORTHERN WESTCHESTER NATIONAL BANK ARMONK CHAPPAQUA - I E Open I I i I. pop. Open aily Io 7:30 For Service Io rmonk Road - un Isco ' Limousine Service THE OLD COLONY SHOP Of Chappaqua Exlends Hs Congra+uIa+ions Io +I1e Graduafing Class of I960 Kung SI'ree+ Clwappaqua N Y CompIlmen+s +o 'rhe Class of I960 From nT4wean GPCQII GEORGE S MEN S SHOP Congralulahons Io Ihe Class of I960 THE GREELEY COUNTRY STORE CHAPPAQUA NEW YORK CHAS H SELLS INC Clvll Engineers and Surveyors I5 Washmgfon Avenue PLEASANTVILLE ROCHESTER NEW YORK CITY Tel ROgers 9 I520 THE RAIL RESTAURANT I0 Wash ngfon Avenue PLEASANTVILLE FRANK AND HARRY FOLEY 9 R 'F AIT Sp PII IOIY P I ENTERTAINMENT On Friday and Safurclay Evemngs 55 ' . . . f-T 1 II I IIINBZI I I 'I II ' I I I . . , . I Serving Luncheons, II:30 'ro 2 P.M. Dinners, 5 fo P.M. I I Also Feafurin Com e e riva e oom or ecia ccasions Cong ratulatlons to the Class of I960 JOSEPH E SYLVESTER MURPHY BROS Sforage Local and Worldwide Movmg Agenfs Herlz Ren+ A Car Rado Dlspafched Cabs Telephone MOunI' Klsco 6-4I96 MOun+ Kusco 6-4300 1+ I LLTOP 419 Kung Street Cl'aPPaCI'-Ia N Y CEn+raI 8 I800 C J DAUM CO INC Sporhng EquIpmen+ 337 Easl' Mann SI' Mounl' Klsco N Y MOunI' Ksco 6 6367 CompIImen+s of OLD COLONY FURNITURE Good Furm+ure Lasfs Forever EARLY AMERICANA 36 Lex ngfon A enue Moun'I Ksco N Y , 4 ' ' Agenls: NORTH AMERICAN VAN LINES, Inc. - - , I ' ' , ol 0 . I - I v , I , . . The Unifed S'I'aI'es of America needs menial efforis Io coniinue our preeminence in world leadership. May Ihe ins'IrucIion Ihal' you received in high school be 'Ihe basis of coniinued learning in 'I'he years +o come. FOX AND SOUTHERLAND INVESTIGATE N SAV' GS I5 Moger Avenue -rg Q MOUNT KISCO NEW YORK Books Social and Commercial Sfahonery Records Players Cameras and Phoiographlc Maferlals MO 6 8830 C s+om F a ng Plci res and M rrors WALTERS Paper and Paml' Shop I92 Mam S+reeI' MOUNT KISCO N BARCLAY HARDWARE COMPANY Pleasanfvllle New York Compllmen+s +o Ihe Class of I960 From MOUNT KISCO SUPPLY CO , INC I79 Mam S+ree+ Mouni' Klsco New York 1' 40 Compllmenis of WILLIAM WEBER ,f1':.'.m.4,1:z:.. FLORIST Chappaqua N Y Tel CEn'I'ral 8 32II - u r mi ' u i , . Y. I Q1 STUDIOS NEW YORK Official Photographer for the 1960 Quaker SC' K Whife Plains PEG SMITH FASHIONS I5 Kirby Plaza s MT. KISCO Caiering +o Ihe Junior Miss 5 Io I5 MARlNELLl'S 209 Easl Main SI. Mounl' Kisco, N. Y Comple+e Sales and Service TELEVISION BICYCLES HOME AND AUTO RADIOS MOun'I' Ksco 6 823I SQUIRES MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR CloI'l1ing for Men and Boys Wi+l1 a Repufaiion for Ouallly and Good Tasfe REXALL DRUGS Our Besf Wishes 'rhe Class of I960 CHAPPAQUA PHARMACY CHARLES A BENSON BS Phar Kung SI' Chappaqua Tel CEn+ral 84426 GORDEN READ JEWELERS 77 So Greeley Avenue CENTRAL 8 3682 MI' Klsco 69342 DARI FREEZE S+ore No I98 On Roufe II7 NORTH BEDFORD ROAD FRANK A CIRONE MI K I - +o . , . ., . . . ' 3 lllff li. . '! I! ' - ,I U. . "ff m mL ' - " init R A ff, , 1 . . isco. N. Y. THE FINEST IN SOAP AND TOILETRIES OF VIENNA Avanlable aI' CADMAN S PHARMACY CONGRATULATIONS +o 'I'I'1e CLASS OF I960 MAURICE B CADMAN PIeasan+vlIIe Chappaqua RO 9 0482 CE 8 4433 I PI1armacis+ H CRANE 81 SON l28 Mann S+ree+ MOUNT KISCO CONGRATULATES The Class of 960 ARMONK VILLAGE 3 8556 Wearing Apparel or Women and Children Mann Sfreel' George Bud Pauldm 9 ARMONK N Y Congra'rula+lons +o +l1e Class of l960 Compllmen+s of CARL G SWANSON, INC Norlh Bedford Road MOUNT KISCO NEW YORK Mounl' Klsco 6 5454 J.. I 'Tm ' Dear Members of the Class of 1960: Digest Your friend and neighbor 9311913 wishes you well. ESPECIALLY USEFUL FUNCTION 135 Hmlc 15614111161 LV! 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