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

 - Class of 1965

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Vffgk Abva .f wa' ugly yf ' X '4-' X1 rs' T- C 4 OPS' ' JUN X ,GSW C HAPDAQUA NY Every day seems like an unimportant passing of time. Yet, these unimportant days that comprise a year make up a life. Suddenly, this seeming unimportance becomes meaningful. It has direction and relation. Within these limits we have tried to recapture this meaningfulness. In these pages we have tried to recreate the work, the joy, the glory, and perhaps the sorrow of one of those days. It may be any day. They are all equally important. Miss Alice Barry We dedicate our yearbook to you, Miss Barry, and Miss Kurson. We are deeply grateful for the wonder- ful learning experiences that you have given us here at Horace Greeley. We also appreciate your under- standing of our problems, both educational and per- sonal. Above all, in making us think, you have broadened our world and have helped us to become better people. However, the real meaning of this dedication is said most effectively with a warm THANK YOU MISS KURSON S AND MISS BARRY Miss Sylvia Kurson ,,..,.. 41"- O I D J' QHNINI I.. SN' -ff fl 5 W fluff' ,M ff- . 'Ql'43f. "F, if " A1 ns. LI" v . , ' vw V4 J 1 U 'sk-9'-'fl T wi' S. DR. CHARLES T. COWAN Superintendent of Schools Q Q ..- N M A 5 W- " . wa.. .- s 7... 5 .WS , , HMA, f June if ' ,',,'.'-,J LZ., N - . V31 fi' L . -.,,,i -W, .f Mr. Frank Campbell, Mr. William Hoeft, Mr. James Lynch, Mrs. Dick Cutter Smiley, President, 6 Dr. Guy T. McBride, Jr. , X-X mn . ,,,,, ...ff .,TQ 4 f.. ' K lx 'PT Q . I C E I I . HORACE GREELEY HIGH SCHOOL DONALD w. mu.:s. Pnmamv. vo RQARING nnoox ROAD cn-IAPPAQUA. N. v. TKLIPNON clu A sauna To: The Members of the Class of 1965 In extending my best wishes to the Class of 1965 I am addressing myself to every individual member in it. I have much more in mind, however, than just best wishes. I am per- sonally indebted to you for the exceptional year this has been in the area of student activities, student morale, and student-faculty relations. The whole school has benefited and so has each of you. The aura of good will that has per- vaded the school this year can be attributed directly to the collective efforts, the positive attitudes and the unusually effective leadership for which you, the members of the Class of 1965, can take credit. This Yearbook does justice to the unique contribution you have made by the quality and excellence of its presenta- tion and by the creative imagination with which it has caught and transmitted the dynamic leadership your class has provided. I shall long share your memories of some of the high- lights, such as the exciting homecoming activities, the Senior-Faculty Donkey Basketball game, the triumphant re- turn of NRough 'n' Readyn and the two Hootenany assemblies. I shall cherish even more the legacy of good will and high standards of leadership you are passing on to those who follow you. Cordially, , N..,3LA Xl' b1if'NXLJ Dr. Donald W. Miles I , I I 5.8, ,IV vf - A5 rm? 'lf' bf RA" , My Mr. Lynn Wildman, Assistant Dean Mrs. Vera Derrick, Secretary Mrs. Catherine Lowes Secretary V Il IL Mrs. Helen Farebrother Receptionist Miss Barbara Kime Assistant Dean Tx, " 'X N. 'iii M .I 0, Mr. Paul Herrington Assistant to Principal Mr. Dale Remaly, Dean Mrs. June Kuntzman, Secretary Miss Angeline Pappas Assistant Dean 'bjrff 7 Mrs. June Powell Secretary , I 3 I: M ug' J." - C x'- 'L75' l as 5 ,. ll 'Ja-an Y SQ Q: 'U In - ,-!m"x.- Q'- -lq ll! 1-lu ' S' YG!!! , .gk t ,. A .,-. wg,- A A-,vu q , I R fi 25-N ily '-L. ' .,', "QA"-H I T .-gif? "7 X , 'mu N I N ye. 'VI 5 , W ff S , Nr-i IH .W 1 A Mr. Ralph Reinhart Mrs. Nancy Whitbeck That 's the good thing about math- I 'll never understand this they always come out right! Friday schedule. Mr. Robert Cahill Cut it out with your round end scissors. ,I X i 10 Mr. Harold Bischoff K Rotate the axis! ,'Wlyij'JtVVfl 5 iajufu of 4 R iw . f'?wfQfBlii'WMJJ an air r tu ofthqlhour. iw 3 W! LAI! 'l of x0?'.vY"' VZ' W s X... gi . ., Q if: - ' . .X l I . .. la Mrs. Susan Wallace Shape up or ship out! Mr. Lawrence Breen No profanity please. Mr. William Herrmann I 'il call mother! M pf , 4 , 1 'Z " P lf t -X- F ee ' ' ,- ire f.:i.:: lx ' Q ' ,. ' ', " 4 lu-mas? . SWG. ,1""" J. Miss Alice Barry Mr. Robert Meredith See me-I WAKE UP! s 'I Mr. Allan Damon Thomas Jefferson 's wife Mrs. Martha Wayles Skelton was born in 1748. Mr. Robert Gilson Mr. Rex Thrasher Manonginick! Look, there 's a brown-nosed Thrasher. Mrs. Katherine Humphrey Case in point 1 ww rf Mr. Michael Siczewicz Ya see it?? Mr. Charles Taylor Whatare you thinking? lfkfzl.. Mr. Bertram Lipkin Oh incidentally let me stump one the better students. Of Mr. Albert Hagedorn Votre deooir pour demain . Q, Mr. Klrby Masterson Zoot! Mrs. Evangeline Sweet Mrs. Irene Berns Hola Clase Shut Up! Mr. Harold Rennhack Ifyou can 'l be frank with me, you can 'l be frank with anyone. Miss Susan Keoleian I W ' f ll" Of course you have to have it 'W signed. , a up A fi is wt lx -Wa K W 11 Mr. Matthew Polizio And so forth and so on. fi' r ".Q.. , -. 'M ,Ax fx ., , ""--4.1 . 152-'J ' -. ""'44i-izm. 5.- ' ' . 5 . Miss Elaine Schlozman Is this clear? Mr. John Sweet . . . That spleaeantf Mr Philip Price .... Off to Walden Pond Mr. Louis Vion Get your notebooks into shape! Mr. Stephen Arum For instance, let 'S take Tanganyika . 4 X - , was . 351 -- 4. ig, A. Mr. Conrad Geller Watch it, I'm in a bad mood! Mr. William Davis . Succinct, isn't thata nice word. Miss Sylvia Kurson. . . . Let 's be practical! Miss Eleanor Kaufman Did I ever tell you . . . Mr. Charles Pollack Isn 't that what Ijust told you! u - l, W ' f A '- Avw- -:xi .,,I."m"?3Mf" fivsahunla . , v- lluu H"""""e""'M'1' e I inqgvg..-f, . i'l-"lnuu3uf1,'f',,.j ' 'I , .- -W3 VN 1. 4 ,arm 'Q gi ' 'Dui . emqzavuoauvss ' -"H - f f I V Z, YM' . . ' 'Wd ' ff: . . 1- 1' wa-uf" 'A x it V' "H ,mmf aa' v ' .- www", ' 1"-'f"i, 1 X! . Ilan' aw-'k""'. nu 'we "'7' - -"J 1 nr' 1rfr""r' I' 'NUI' - 1 'til' ' .- - ,,,, f uncanny: ' - "H, . 5, xv 4 ' ' "U" gym f , I - ,..g'uufl'F3, ll 1 .. 'L 'ff ' Hg-gurls' nu., Q: lf l. 1 7 f xf X' ' 0 1 If I fy' -, A ' ' - ' 1 Q 'Q ' v A . ,V Ln, -1. x I - f b -,Jibril ,Af , Mrs. Mary Piller One and TWO and three and four Mr. Merl Brightbill Lotta brake, lotta clutch, lotta stop! '-s Mr. William Gee Wait till the bell rings. Mr. Stanley Tucci Who stole my ukulele? l., 'W - Miss Helen Rogers And what can I do for you, my friend? Mr. Joseph Visca Come on kids, swing it! This is Cousin Joey! A .il lx Mr. Larry Pasquale Slow downw You 're speeding! Mrs. Linda Howard All you kids do is gossip! Mrs. Helen Cohn Stop laughing! '39 Miss Margaret Stewart Please move to the EMPTY table! Mrs. Reinhold Kluge I 'll have to use the paddle! Miss Helen Gorman I'd like to think that you know . . . l l UUE ' 5 -4 ff"'s+-f f ' 1 A ' x I Mr. Ed Stark That reminds me ofanother good one Dr. Rhoda Lawner Good morning! My x 'Q 'I 17 mm Hwy , ,La ..4 . 1 .J-14 H I 1 l ,axxs Miss Jeanne B. Irwin Let's reorganize! Mr. Carl Hall Nuts! You Lollypop! 18 Mr. Nicholas Perrelle Good Gravy, George! ,Q-'.,.-f Miss Margaret Reuter Mr. William Synder Ah, You guys! Twice around the field, girls! Miss Margaret Wagner Three times around the gym ! 'X 'iv-s.. l Q Viv ,. Mrs. Annabelle Knopf There is too much talking here! I .- h -an A , I I if X 'n 'i CM5 RN I ffzzvmi-. Louise Mazza, Marie Rauch, Ann Bradis, Christina Prigitano, Elizabeth Bailey, Sarah Perez, Margaret Chipchase. Mrs. Georgia Johannessen Who gave you permission to talk? Steve Stetz, Glenn Weaver, Head, Nick Consentino Israel Howard, Nick Pecora, Larry Catalina, Dick Teripodi, Nick Devito ' I do 'Ji f 2.1 ., lf F L. I ' l 1 i Q I' L . Mrs. Ethel Lossing Mrs. Christina Van Wijk May we please have quiet? Are you butting in line? f - N X L. - KP... A Ljjfo-l' MH ... . gs , f43f,gFg',.Q ' 'wvff' sfwl W Q33 ,A 'gsnff' 4' 5 4- M a ., . , t w . . -. -c Q1 f - f In J- I A 'I L! . . I r 1 J W. J 'E .9 1 P v' ' 1 is l .v s.. KE, X 1 4 h 3 ' . '? 1 an an , xiii: 2 1 1 1 .-Aw" ' . , X sl V REQ " ll, - . SW . Q I v. , .44 f I, W. i L .,.. , , , ' 1. XX . .'l7l'1:'j,-' H N rf E-, ' " .. ,' Hg., ',1 1, 60 151' QACTI7, .. ' 'I Hamm, f, -. . x A A lr ,6r Sfflllrf .wuf 1:1 47110675 61 Ibm - . If 9 I I wh?SQ,Q'b1'q.5o '711Iw-n gf f'. H , ' ' ' ' X I l47Wlw4q gl:-ll' f4r,4' MA, ,hi - I Ui " I ' ' ""Q"f'1f1'I1J 42751 nf .hun fn fm- ,mr nf nur Qnnl, ,"" ' ' I . I I-'fy 1 flu lffv,f'r,11U ,,,,,,. Aumjrn, Iuhfl' any A- x 1571. ' 1 ". , .s-. 'I- gtf K-Q' rf-Q4-1 ' :n"f-541211 2574 n,,., .-f ., .Y n V, V. :g f . """- .fifiiff 11' , fax fu 5 -.7--V Vg' 1m...-...- 4. -, rv 'xf22lff4 W' ,QQ -F' -355 ,,A 2:15 ' ,2i15I'f,' 1- ' ' wg' .fffw , b .25 LA , 3 .. ' g'T 2 L N . 1 . .-C A L ,M ., 1 if A .' fl f F' K' fx, x 'Q 'P A ' 'fx ga, f , ii' .ai V .9 .Q l'ig2'Q , 'Aa 5 - f-- .' A? 'YA .gf '5' f Y l 4 . 5 15 'lllifl. lax! -M: 2-. ' 1 Q I JI I I 1 Y' 1 fi! A 5 Q I 5 1' X ICR CLASS HI TORY In September, 1961, the largest class in Greeley's history, the Class of 1965, in- vaded the sunlit halls. With Danny, Sue, Noel, Doug, and Mr. Siczewicz, we started what would be, with hope and work, a great four years. As freshmen, we held a fabulously successful carnival. Money from this project bought the out-door P.A. system for broadcasting home football games. "Hayride Holiday," our freshman dance, was great fun, and the Spaghetti Dinner given by our class parents was an event with record attendance. As athletes we distinguished our- selves with an undefeated frosh football team, an undefeated girl's hockey team, and a freshman basketball team which won the league. With the optimistic philosophy "big classes produce big things," we moved on. As more confident sophomores, we held "Come September" to welcome the new freshmen. September, however, came and went too quickly for Doug, Jeff, Mary, and Danny, all of whom had the Student Directory and the new idea of a Greeley-Fox Lane football program on their minds. In January and February we saw two pro- fessional hockey and basketball games at Madison Square Garden. This trip was sponsored by our class parents. For relaxation, the "Sophomore -Soiree" really swung only to be followed by more work on our second carnival, "Gaslight Follies." This successful and class-unifying carnival helped to purchase a Coming Events Board, which now hangs in the cafeteria. Following final exams we all let off steam at a rainy swimming party at the Chappaqua Pool. We must thank our class parents, who spon- sored and provided food for this splash. Despite the rain we all swam, ate free hot-dogs, and said, "See you in September!" The Junior year always seems to be the best year in high school, and our junior year was no exception. From the start-a West Point football game-to the finish-a sunny class swimming party-Bill, Barbara, Amy, and Jack gave us an exciting, fun- filled year. Thanks to Mr. Sohl, many of us saw a live Ed Sullivan show and topped the evening off with a stop at the Adventurer's Inn. At the baby-sitting "Funday," ourjunior class project, we had to control what seemed like thousands of children, and though we went home a richer class, we were completely worn out. During the winter we had a class Submarine Supper sponsored by the parents, and we planned and put up the decorations for the A.F.S. weekend. Since it was the tenth anniversary of the A.F.S. in Chappaqua and the 50th anniversary of the national A.F.S., we provided something special in the way of decorations. This "something special" was a big birthday cake made out of chicken wire and tissue paper, and a globe that exploded before it was put up. The cake and the wall murals of foreign students helped to create the perfect atmosphere for an A.F.S. dance. The ski trip to Hunter Mountain rounded out the winter activities and warmed us up for our most active spring. The biggest and best junior musical, Rough 'n' Ready, was whipped into shape over Easter vacation. Since every seat was taken for all three performances, our musical donated 353000 to the scholarship fund. Later, Jimmy Leyden went to Buffalo to see if he could get us on the road. He was successful, and in February, 1965, Rough 'n' Ready sang out again, recreating the emotions and excitement of the original production. May 29 of our junior year saw "Midnight Mist," our junior prom, come into the spotlight. The music was great, and the decorations had an original and professional look. Amy and Jack reigned as queen and king, with Mary, Betty, June, and Liz as their attendants. Although as seniors we didn't put beanies on the freshmen, we did put senior sweat- shirts on ourselves. Jeff, Jack, Betty, and Jim had the distinction of being the officers of the first class to share its money-making project with another class-the freshmen, and we gave the "Beatnik Bazaar" on a rainy October 17. The Senior Weekend follow- ed later on January 30. It was started off with a toboggan party at the Whippoorwill Country Club golf course and ended with a swinging dance at the Mt. Kisco Country Club. Our class then sold tickets for the Colgate Glee Club Concert that raised money for the Horace Greeley Education Fund, and put on our final dramatic production, "Pygmalion" As the college acceptances gave us more definite futures, we awaited the end of our senior year anxiously, but somewhat regretfully. The end came too soon, however, with the graduation ceremonies and festivities. We said a very special "Thank you" to Mr. Siczewicz and Mr. and Mrs. Caso. Then with a "Good-bye" to the rest of our teachers and friends we were off to a new life! 191 , ds' JAMES DONALD ADAMS Don. . .dormis. . . CdorDC . . . golfin' an' grippin' . . . a runaway and a blockhead bear- baiter. . . seen on Bourbon Street with Brutus, Marcus, Gyp, Doug, Spiff, Bahama . . . and Bud . . . likes sports cars, big black TKMers . . . dislikes Big Cat, 1800 turns, McDonald Corner, AND . . . "Clown" "For Real" . . . WIS? 'NCQ' don't cut off that song! . . . "hairy music" . . .Stanford and a Cobra . . . gODl!! . . .Donis Executive Committee, G.O. Council 13 Golf Team 1,2,3,4g Freshman Basketball 1g J.V. Basketball2 JILL N. ALDEN Alben. . .Al-den . . . no, Alden . . . you know, John Alden . . . Money, Money, Money . . . jack of all trades and master of? . . . In love with Wabash men CRonJ . . . me and my white ivory elephant . . . I'll shoot for the stars and get the moon. Service Club 1, Folk Music Club 4g Art Council 45 Yearbook photographer 4 CLAYTON KIRK ADAMS Bud. . .Caz. . .Froggy 2. . .Newt'?J '53 VW. . . Math whiz the hill Q and Tappa Kegga Malta . . . Number 1 draftee . . . great chikadee hunter U-C' 4' if Y - 53 . . . Vietnam bound with Bahama . . .seen with Bahama, Jip, Bruce, Wally, Kraut, Donis, Rufus. . .Kirk Art Club 15 Science Club 1, Drama Club 2, Service Club 3, Junior Musical 35 Folk Music Club 4 SAMUEL EDWARD ALLEN Sam. . . Bluto . . . "Yes, I'm really in the band" . . . Fiat 2-2 . . . seen trying to decipher Saari's grunts . . . seen looking for a ride . . . dislikes short hair, argyle socks, G.O. idealists . . . likes laughing . . .Sam Band 1,4g Orchestra 1, Junior Musical 35 Yearbook 4 ATTENDED L'ECOLE DU MONTEEL, JOUY-EN-JOSAS, SEINE ET OISE, FRANCE, 1963 STANLEY CURTIS AILES Likes good jazz. . .collects stamps . . . enjoys tennis, mountain climbing, and swimming . . . interested in philosophical and psychological thought . . . hates mashed potatoes . . . Caz .. .Wally. . .Glen. . .Steve Music Appreciation Club 2g Art Club 33 In- dustrial Arts Club 3g Weight Lifting 4 LEWIS BAGGETT Lewis. . . Lew . . . hot '50 Ford . . . fun at ' Somers . . . lunch line in Z lunch . . . O.K. . . .some fun. . .tough luck. . .Lew Football 1 ,silw 'T' MARK WILLIAM ANDERSON Mark. . . Markus. . . Pogo . . . Farley . . . "go slow" . . . sleep much? . . . likes rides, vacations, and D.B. . . . dislikes staying home, prudishness and guess who? . . . Carl's benchwarmer . . . LARKS . . . seen lying in the road or running with a milk bottle . . . seen with Alis, Donis, Brutus, Willie, Perry and Bud . . . "TUNE IT UP" . . . Markus. J.V. Track 1, J.V. Basket- ball 2, J.V. Baseball 2, Varsity Basketball 3, Junior Musical 3, Service 3,43 Greeley Tribune 3 KATHRYN ANNE BAKER Kathy . . . Kathryn? . . . Amos . . . the righthalf . . . one of the lucky thirteen "Rough 'n' Ready" "square" dancers . . . Lolop . . . "The Fantasticksn. . .J.D. and e.e.-that's sybillic!! . . . "our house" . . . green garters. . .reads"Wuggley Ump,'. . .P.F.. . .loves folk music, Joan Baez and Bob Dylan, guitar, Windjammer sailors, people and everything . . . big blue eyes. . .Hmmm. . .Kathy French Club 1,2,3g Drama Club 2,3g Modern Dance Club 2,35 Debate Team, Future Teachers lg Russian Club 43 Service Club 49 Folk Music Club 43 Intramurals 2,3,4g Junior Musical 35 National Honor Society 3,4 TINA RAE ARRANTS Tina . . . Tiny . . . Poco's woman . . . seen with Sue, Kathy and the kids . . .headed south for U.V.A .... "Are you out of your tree?" . . . hot corvair. . . "Are you having fun?" . . .Tina Intramurals lg Chorus 1,2g Science Club lg Drama Club 2,3g Folk Music Club 4, Industrial Arts Club 4 RICHARD HUMBERT BARILLI Rich Bob . .. or both "Holy mackerel, there's two of them!" . . . "You're .- not Italian?" . . . "How's the leg?" . . . you BIG nothing . . . seen limping up and down the gridiron, riding around in VW's, walking around the canteen . . . "Did you hear that if 'H' loud horn?" . . .likes number 38, Jones Beach, Friday night meetings, football, German Shepherds dislikes shaving Mondays, dates. . .Rich Football 1,2,3,4g Baseball 1,2,4, manager 3, Varsity Club 4g Weight Lifting 2,33 Junior - Musical3 ! 244 wvflif' ,,,,wr Qin? , ,,,. pm ii' irq dx' x .ff ' . , ROBERT VICTOR BARILLI Rob. . .seen with Curly, Walt, Dan, Jeff, and some guy who keeps following me around . . . "anybody got a comb?" . . . "which one, coach?" . . . likes victory parades through P'ville, parties in Mr. Herrmann's class, VW's, lg H.G.H.S. number 39 and sports . . . dislikes cold showers, alpines, Friedgen, people over 6 feet tall, and Curly's driving . . . "It is floored!" . . . "Do you think you'll be able to play?". . .Rob Football 1,2,3,4g Baseball 1,2,3,4g Varsity Club 45 Junior Musical 3, Weight Lifting 2,3 STEVEN JOHN BECKER Steve . . .does anyone have a cheap car for sale? . . . art school after gradua tion . . .seen at Z lunch with Joe, Joe, John, and the rest of the palsano bowling league Sunday afternoons at Armonk . . . Horace Greeley is quite a sanitarium Sketch Club 1,2g Shop Club 3g J.V. Wrestling 3 FRANCESCA BARTOCCINI Bambi. . . Bart. . . Irish! . . . dieting coke and ice cream . . . driving a huge gray station wagon . . . enjoys things that are different, strange . . . nightlife . . .skiing. . . summer stock . . . "Quick put a plastic bag over your head, somebody spilled zinc chloride!" . . . "It's good for a laugh." Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Hockey Honor Squads 1,2,3g Basketball Honor Squads 1,2,3,4g Softball Honor Squads 1,2,3g Apparatus Club 1,25 Trebleaires 1,2g Modern Dance Club 33 Tribune 45 Junior Musical 3, Folk Music Club 3 BRUCE ALYN BELL Bruce . . . Brucie . . . Cousin Brucie . . . shy man . . . a loner can be seen putting around in a hot red saab . . . likes girls, golf, coke and reading dull books. . .a born bookworm. . . Bruce Golf 2,3,4g Wrestling 3,4 ,gf .. 'x WILLIAM HARRISON BEATTY, III. Bill. . .likes Naval Academy, Mr. Gilman and .4--nr long vacations . . . dislikes college boards, -f physics, "shafts" and long homework assign- ments. . .Bill Band 1,2,3,4g Dance Band 2,33 National Honor Society 3,43 J.V. Soccer 3 ,5'? af' -19- -SDX Cfqjvbffbln, I NANCY ELTON BLACK Nancy . . . Nebbie . . . Blackie . . . Hey Besch,7:2, 6:1'?. . .'57 Chevy. . .long talks with Bob . . . "Come on Dobbyn, we'll be late!" . . . seen with Daisy, Pils, Pam and Smitty in a black Ford stationwagon . . . P.T. scars, D.Y.B.H.L. at Black's . . . summer mornings at Lake George . . . Rough Course . . .girls night out S.B.S.B .... "this is true" . . . Miss Black! . . .long distance, please . . . Nance Girls' Leader Club lg Chorus 1,23 Hockey In- tramurals 2,3, honor squad 3g Service Club 4 TRANSFERRED FROM SCARSDALE HIGH SCHOOL, SCARSDALE, NEW YORK, 1962 WWQXYUU k . lf. - Q, M W A MSN -I Q'W25LM,rQ Jw ii, I Q gwxkyblcivk jcwrvvx LQV-Liu! A if - W JL' ' 4. - A if fuffw ALCL ANDREA CATHERINE BESCH by QNX' Wfvvk Clyc WMA! 9 lwl 3 'fn ,Ja Drea. . .Granny. . .Amanda. . .Sec.ofH.W.H .... Pres. of T.B.I.. . . ffvbx .ff Qpff '57 .yL.v,41c also a Hun. . .BITTER'??. . .Anytime, Taf . . . crushes with Thorne . . . C 'LOUWL VDD I p udmii NU W.I.H.A.H.I.V .... letters from G. and A .... 7 to 2, 6 to 1, eh, Black? C, LJ-15x,Ql Cp lfucvll .4 ' 'C S . . . chick-a-du, Pidge! . . . quelle blague . . . likes just about everything wxdjm gl fused. ' V,c, LL.:lFCf35l 'X except Steins . . .yo-yo . . . Roma . . . xopowo . . . Beschy C, Q Loaf . 9 LQ C113 Drama Club 1,2,33 Intramurals 1,2,3,4g French Club 33 Russian Club 43 Crea-lb ' Jfwkfgaifb EQ iwk Q. Laude , tive Writing 23 Junior Musical 3g Assembly Committee 43 Yearbook 4 N xl 1 f ' li lxuwv l col VLLL, we muck. slf0LcD' may Owe QJUCJQC.-CL CMD l,O14-5'-ji Q5 show, -to Aw. Q Lwdu- X chat ml XCH RALPH KLEINERT BLEIER ,,lQMfuoL ,f ,X ot flock , . . . U' Ralph. . .R.K.B .... Raoul. . .Woofer Wowfie. . .and othe snot print- CL CXU1 able. . . "No, I won't drive you to Briarcliff" . . . "The Yankees couldn't C Q I Possibly lose four straight" . . . "Yes, the 'K' does stand for Kleinert" . . . fi"".gl "You idiot!" . . . hates Briarcliff cops . . . What ever happened to that blue uf A bomb? . . . loves skiing, swimming, sailing, discussions, politics, and Mrs. LKfL'c"V" Humphrey. . .keep smiling. . .Ralph 0-ANCQ -l-fill Band I,2,33 Chorus 2,3,43 Soccer 2,33 Drama Club2 U N JDAQC Q QD ' OM 1 Lil' 'iffy A X. fmjlfcf UJJL lj thu' an LA LOL ll l-Xogce .MA C tooo ANDREW FRANCIS BESCH ,I Andy. . . Bush. . .Napper . . . Rate her, Norm . . . Tinny . . . seen with llu-Al' ,La Ll,NLzL Perry Jane, the Bladder, Goof. . . and Sunny . . .T.K.M .... likes theatre, 4lfUf"Q I gf'LC'vL"5 'r Deepwood,and Mr. Bud . . . dislikes Comets and left eyes . . . seen being fx gross. . .exotic dancer. . .Roy's Garage. . .Zaba!!! fkwyi K Ji' U1 if x Band lg Service Club 2g Debate Club 33 Junior Musical 3g J.V. Baseball 2g ' VLQA, 'QL Varsity Baseball 3,43 Executive Council 4g G.O. Council 43 Sports Editor on Yearbook 43 Greeley Tribune 3 0- """' fame, 'N fx., sf, GLENN ROBERT BODE Biff . . . T.V .... "Take a rest" . . . seen with Gibbs, Waz, and John . . . shut down by therodent . . . likes sweaters, sneakers and B.C.M.L .... dislikes finks, pigs and surfers . . .gover . "No, I never touch the stuff." . . . iff Service Club 43 Weight Training 2,33 Wrestling 1,2,3,43 French Club 33 Industrial Arts Club 33 Audio Visual Club 1 CONSTANCE MARIE BURCH Connie . . . Con . . . "little woman" . . . Devoe Road . . . PMPC . . .mafia. . .stone pillars and bumpy roads . . . "Anything com- ing?". . .lose 'em . . . big brothers . . . col- lege weekends . . . trips to New York . . . "What's going on there?" . . . baby falcons . . . Maine . . . oops! . . . heavy seasoning V . . . "Who said you could turn right?" . . . Bye, bye. . .Connie Intramurals 1,2,3g Volleyball Honor Squad 2,35 Chorus 19 Concert Choir 2,3,4g Service Club 2, Modern Dance Club 3 :Raw R. CHRISTOPHER BROWN Chris. . .tennis and golf bum . . .Tout le monde est une nome . . . French. . .likes B.B., New York, G.P.Y.C., buying cheap bread, high seas . . . seen with Log, Pig, R., and Speed . . . really. . .Chris A.F.S. Sponsor 43 Orchestra 2,3,4g Current Events Club 33 De- bate 2,3,4g Sketch Club 4, Music Appreciation Club 43 Swim- ming 25 Tennis 3 SALLY SUE BUCKNER Sally, Sally Sue. . .letters and long distant calls . . . owl . . . blunt. . . the big UD sneeze . . . sugar bowls . . . questions? . . . But I'm not dumb! . . . misses Bethesda . . . seen with John and THE senior girls. . .Suzy Red Cross 39 French Club 33 Spanish Club 4, Yearbook 4 TRANSFERRED FROM MT. VERNON SEMINARY, BETHESDA, MARYLAND, 1962 JACK EMIL CARSTENS " Johnny. . . doesn't like Jack . . . seen with Willie and the others . . . likes a certain girl . . .plans to be a teacher . . . if not, a beach Q- , bum. . .dislikes finks, slow drivers, and P'ville 4- . . .likes include Lake George, riots, parties on the hill, anyone with a smile . . . patch out! . . .Jack Varsity Club 3,45 Football 2,3g Soccer 4, Bas- ketball 3,4g Baseball 2,43 Class Treasurer 33 Class Vice-president 4 1-wwf but iv' 'F JEFFREY TOWNSEND CASO Spiff. . .Chinee. . ."little flower". . .mutt and Jeff . . . Mr. Barlow's tfl goof-off . . . What's a little Florient? . . . Burton and I wanted to see if it was snowing . . . I quit yes- terday . . . Oh, no, Chinee rruv them . . . Whale, I caught that coon with my bare hands . . .you stranger, you! . . . serious talks at 4 AM . . . likes soccer, Blackie, pablum, and Amy. . .HidyHo. . .Jeff Homeroom President 1,25 Class President 4, Senate 43 Basketball 1,2,3,4g J.V. Baseball 1,29 Track 3g Soccer 2,3,4g N.W.I.L. All-Star Team 2351 .gli-County 4, Junior Musical 3g Varsity u ANN MARGARET CHAMBERS Ann . . . Annie . . . This mad folk singer with a Russian accent was last seen aboard a red Honda heading West with her left-handed guitar strapped to her back and her wind-blown tresses crowned with dandelion . ' . . . a would be artist and true "Miss Malaprop" with the Greenwich popovers and Elvis records if H 4 q , J I Village spirit left behind an attic room cluttered with pencils, paint, chalk, a I' SCHO QL -9'-.f. x I4 -Q .. ff it-uv' S- Sketch Club 1,2g Industrial Arts Club 2, Russian Club 4g Folk Music Club 4, Future Teachers' Club 4 JANE ALICE CHAPMAN "Props" . . . an original Greeleyite . . . last of the old G.L.C. GP? . . . seen running back and forth between the gym and the vocal music room . . . likes long hair, Alice, Wagon Road, and big noses . . . dislikes conformity, pressure, crowds, and Daphne . . .Peace Corps or bust. . .Jane Trebleaires 15 Concert Choir 1,2,3g All-State Chorus 3,43 Intra- murals 1,2,3,4g Future Teachers' Club 4g Hockey Honor Squads 1,2,3,4, Basketball Honor Squads 1,2,3,4g Badminton Honor Squads 1,2,3g Leaders Council 3,4 KAREN JANE CHADEK Chad . . . better red than ----- . . . famous midsummer's night wish on Friday nights . . . chauffeur. . . I'll never D-D-S-S again! . . . That's sad. . .seen only with Patti, Lieto, and afew others. . .Letls dance. . .Chad Sketch Club 3,43 Music Appreciation Club 4 TRANSFERRED FROM MT. LEBANON HIGH SCHOOL, PITTSBURGH, PENN- SYLVANIA, 1962 ROBERT JAMES CIULLA Chu . . .Sioula . . .seen with Jeff, Ernie, Fred and Ric . . . Trips to Stowe and Lake George . . . Likes skiing, hunting, wrestling, pump- kins, and dams . . . dislikes crossing parkways and summers in Chappaquag . . .one of the big four who always stay out of trouble . . . "Oh lf Yeh?" . . . seen with "safety" on Hondas and 4 anywhere no one else will go! . . . Bob Track 1,2,3,4g Wrestling 1,2,3,4g J.V. Football 2g Varsity Soccer 4, Service Club 3,4 Ol-....... QM4, , , K 6614 KLLCQ, 0, Sweet Sv X2CylTkCvtc9Qs M Www NNN-L he A BMJX Cu rescues, go-1:-Q mug , ls AQNQZJQ. RICHARD THOMAS COLE Ric . . . without the "K" . . . likes parties in barns, parties at Spiffs, the lib singing machines, midnight tennis and Sue . . . owner of the whippit . . . Q Fubar . . . Shep . . . Yes, officer, I'm the same boy as before . . . Ricole 5"Q'Q'X'v'XIndustrial Arts Club 1,2,3,4g Homeroom President 3,43 G.O. Council 3,43 Ex- C 3 LVL! ecutive Council 3,4g Canteen Committee 1,2,3,4g Service Club 29 Recreation Basketball 2,3g Freshman Basketball 15 J.V. Track 1,2g Varsity Track 3, J.V. Football 1,2g Varsity Football 3,43 Varsity Club 4 V Cod muy? Tack ,pls HXGXM tum QA-www' 'Truly 'Qygksw f WILLIAM ROBERT CLEGG,JR. Robbie. . .hotFord . . . midnight auto supply and parts bargains . . . seen with Murph, Harry, and Jonsey . . . dislikes Junior homerooms . . . Rob Industrial Arts Club 1,3g Auto Club 25 Audio-Visual Club 4 K 'X CONSTANCE LEE COOKMAN 92 Connie. . . Constance. . .Strasl . . .usually seen conducting the band . . . Q, No,I always wear a whistle! . . . I can do a beautiful grande jetee. . .troubles Xl? X in Rough "n" Ready . . . fatal weakness for puppies and tall boys Studio 49, " hello! . . .member of the Z lunch chunkerettes. . .witty?. . .Olga Band 1,2,3,4g Orchestra 2,45 Flute Ensemble 15 Woodwind Ensemble 4, Modern Dance Club 3g Russian Club 4g Music Appreciation Club 1,2,3g Y X Junior Musical 3 JOSEPH EVERHART COKER Joe. . .Coke. . .Joss-S. . .seen inagreen spe- cial or in desert boots . . . brownie points . . . Argentina . . . sarcasm . . . hairy situation! . . . she's tough! . . . likes long hair, 7-day weekends, Ted Heath, and the Beach Boys . . . Joe Drama Club 1,2g Class president 1,23 Student Council 3, Hi-Y 2,3,4g Boys' Athletic Associa- , ,- H tion 1,2,3g Baseball 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4g 'I Boys' Chorus 4, Concert Choir 4 km - TRANSFERRED FROM THE AMERICAN J SCHOOL, BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA, 1964 7' Qu EDWARD THOMAS CRANE MARGARET JANE DALY Peggy . . . Peg . . . good grief! . . . Horse show weekends . . . an original Greeleyite . . . always worrying . . . someday I'll have long hair. . . Beatles, yeah! yeah! yeah! . . . the mad, mad, artist . . . tiger tails . . . lettuce and tomato sandwiches . . . Can you open my locker?. . .Ibroke my leg . . .Peg Girls' Chorus lg Concert Choir 2,3,4g Band 1 Eddie. . .seen with Paul, Dave, Joe T., and Joe R .... likes cars, music and girls . . . a white corvair . . . 95 horse? . . . Want to run it, Brow? . . . strange happenings at Red Hook . . . seen harmonizing with Paul . . . Ed. ' f Q f U14 k S031 CAN Q 602: 1 ' qdlfjki 'N jgjf JJJL AI. LQ W L ' Y D ll il-rw W-.le modify-9293 1 ij f M . f pf 6711! f' NTHONY JOHN D ANZERIS 5 Ant. . .Tony. . . Nutz . . .Megball . . . seen with Olmmy, Drew, Chris, Murph and the rest . . . No, my mitlmr doesnlt own a restaurant . . . raviol- li's with the "2" . . . wild night at the H.R .... always on time for home- room . . . midnight parties at Nyack . . . Maryknoll Brothers . . . "Hey, let's go to the stadium" . . . hot blue Valiant . . . also seen throwing pump- kins and running . . . Who's got a date? . . . Ant Football 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2g Baseball 1,2,3g Canteen Council 4 PAMELA JEAN CRONK Pam. . .an original Greeleyite. . .Trig. . . "can I operate?" . . . Carmen's secret. . . "who has the sphymomanometer?" . . . ESP . . . I'll get my li- cense. . . future R.N. and physiotherapy . . . Pam Intramurals 1,23 Trebleaires lg Concert Choir 2,3,4g Service Club 2,3,4 l. p "C'I3"' i' 'UF JOHN deCAPRILES John. . . dec . . . May 2, Fox Lane ...in- scribinitation . . . driving down a country track . . . school's fire chief. MDGJJE . . . Bachelors!?. . . 5 months . . . a peach . . . LOT'S more string . . . keep paddling faster . . . carrying trays in physics . . . 22 bird- killers. . . "a grenade!" . . . "Boy, would I like to Hyponotize you!!!". . .so-long. S 'E CIuQ4.,-4' :X M-.rf 4ni...- ' , -4 Q-rr. 136 CHRISTOPHER BRADLEY DEVINS Devs. . . Chrust, . . Driver of the music ma- chine . . . word of the week . . . hey fellas, ya wanna go to a party in Nyack? . . . seen with Murph, Saft, Whale, Spiff, Thumper, Hoot, Ant, Buffer, and others . . . Brother of Mary, Sue, Paul, Sara, Peter, Mark, and Jim, and John. . .5 year plan . . . Likes soccer, being 18, barn parties, weekends . . . dislikes train- ing, homework, and guys who are P.W .... ALE. . .BRB. . .Chris Sketch Club 25 Red Cross 45 Varsity Soccer 2,3, 49 Basketball 1,23 Recreation Ball 3,43 Canteen Executive Committee 2,3,4 if bi LINDA SUSAN ELLMAN Linda . . . "What d'ya mean am I hiding something?" . . . colored stockings . . .ugpomb. . .Orangebury and the Movement. . . likes the city, Barbara Striesand, little people, and green eyes . . . seen with Hol, Hil, and Ann . . . Yes, I knit it . . . Russian scholar . . . why not go roller skating? . . . Live life. . .Lin Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Red Cross 1,2g Service Club 1, Folk Music 3,45 Junior Musical 3g Russian Club 4g Future Teachers' Club 4 VICTORIA JANE DOBBYN Vicki . . . Victor . . . heard singing in a certain black station-wagon . . . D.Y.B.H.L .... P.T. scars and ping-tong . . . character member of T.B.l. and S.S.S .... seen with Nance, Smitty, Pam, and Miss . . . always seen late . . ."Well, I'll try to be ready" . . .out on four. . . wild nights at the H.R. . . . early morning dates . . . many mothers but mostly Sally . . . big sister of that cute freshman . . . "But I'm really not dumb!" . . . Vicki Leaders Club 13 Softball Intramurals 1,2,3g Honor Squads 2, Hockey Intra- murals 2g Volleyball Intramurals 1,2g Junior Musical 3, Yearbook 4 TRANSFERRED FROM CHENANGO VALLEY JUNIOR-SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, BINGHAMTON, NEW YORK, 1962 MARY JOCELYN FAGLEY Mary Jo. . ."Cricket". . .Jo. . .seen with Nancy, "Muisje," "La Petite" . . .1f2 of the "green giant" . . .BLAIR. . . Sunapee . . . stubborn . . . P.F .... voyagesto "the Night Owl" with "La Petite" . . . animal crackers for FR. class . . . likes people, summer jobs, hospital, Peace Corps . . . dis- likes vacuum cleaners, math, going steady . . . "Smile and live a little!" Drama Club 1,2,3g Photo Club 1,23 Acappella choir 1,2,3g Intramurals 1,2,3, 4, Science Club 1, Concert Choir 2,33 Sketch Club 3, Junior Musical 35 Color Guard 3,4g Folk Music Club 43 Service Club 4 SARA E. DUFFET Sally. . . Sara . . . Duffee . . . president of G.F .... Mexico . . . ski bum . . . college visitst?J with Nancy . . . summerhouse . . . .- want a piece of gum, Jane? . . .Have any prob- Qi lems, anyone?. . .seen with G.F.'s. . . always laughing. . . no joke!!! . . . lunch club . . . live it up. . . cough drops . . . future gymnas- tic pro-baker's club. . .dry up . . . likes kum- quats, snow days, rides home, and windjammer sailors. . .Duff Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Leaders Council 4, Chorus 1,25 Yearbook 4, Folk Music Club 3, Spanish Club 3,4g Future Teachers' Club 4 ROBERT CARL FICK Rob . . . Grumpy . . . good times at Jones Beach. . . parties at John L's house . . . seen swinging with Ken . . . seen with Preacher, Konny, John, Dave, Pat, Butch, and Peggy . . . likes football . . . dislikes Fords and floor shifts. . .Rob J.V. Baseball 23 Varsity Baseball 3,43 Varsity Football 3,45 J.V. Football 2 PATRICIA CAROL FENN Patty . . . seen with Shirl, Bug, and both Lindas at E.B.R., B.P., and V.B. . . .loves '55 Chevys, XKE's, Thunderbirds, guys, and especially Mr. Barlow . . . dislikes snobs . . . trips to White Plains, Mt. Kisco, and Mahopac . . . Yeah Greeley'?. . .Pat LYNN ABBY FIELDS Lynn . . . yes, I really am a senior and I have a SENIOR license . Z lunch??l!! . . . "but I like it straight" . . . member of the chunkerettes . . . seen with Constanski, Betsy, Nancy, and Elm . . . Rough 'n Ready . . . af- flicted with foot in mouth disease . . . blushing . . . "Are you in a good mood ora bad mood?" . . . "Does anyone know how to do this Russian?" How can you get lost in your own driveway? . . . mad, Madhatter . . . dancing . . . Lolya Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Chorus 15 Modern Dance Club 1,2,3g Drama Club 3,43 Junior Musical 39 French Club 3, Russian Club 43 Future Teachers' Club 4 SUSAN GRAHAM FERRIS Sue. . .sneerl . . . student government is a farce, P.H.A.R.S.E.! . . . un- believable slumber parties . . . Well, guys . . . demuffled muffler . . . O, Bull! . . .tier cakes. . . G.L.C. gremlin . . . Vale, Bonjour, Hola . . . let's passa law . . .flapjacks and Californ-i-ay . . . destroying images . . . Wellll goodbye. . . hey, bring your guitar . . . dum, dum . . . green garters . . . let's have a party! . . .Judge Executive Committee 1,2,33 Class Vice-President 15 G.O. Council 2,3g Judici- ary 3,4, chairman 43 Senate 4, Girls' Leader Corps 3,4, president 43 Yearbook 45 National Honor Society 3,4g Chorus 1, Junior Musical 3g Intramurals 1,2,3, 45 Hockey Honor Squad 1, Volleyball Honor Squads 2,3,4 WALTER LAWRENCE FILKINS III Walter . . . Wal-l-ldur . . . original redecora- tor of the senior lot . . . seen running through 'ws the Reader's Digest with Fred, Jeff, Curly, and Rick . . . "Hey, Ric, pass up another pump- kin" . . . co-discoverer of Big Cat . . . likes skiing, parties, and riding roofs of cars . . . dislikes Valiant station wagons, rum, and Diet- -. Rite Cola . . . parties in Saari's basement . . . Mr. Barlow's favorite student. . . Walt J.V. Football 19 Varsity Football 2,3,4g J.V. Wrestling 1,25 Varsity Wrestling 3,45 National ' Honor Society 3,43 Greeley Tribune 1,2,3,4g Red Cross 4 R' 'QQ' ual s. I 1'--M N . wif' 45 REGINALD EUGENE FORD Reggie. . . firm advocate of the Barlow meth- od. . . ski fanatic A. . . February in Vermont . . . seen running perimeters with Dusty on summer nights . . . dislikes false modesty . . . Reg Track 1,2,3,43 Band 1,2,3,43 Dance Band 2,3,43 Wood Wind Ensemble 43 National Honor So- ciety 3,43 National Merit Scholarship Semi- Finalist CATHERINE FILS Cathy, Cath, Filsy . . . "So what can I tell ya?" . . . "No, that's not my real hair' . . . "Military schools, what are they?" . . . seen with the mafia! . . . slumber parties at Sam's house . . .frequent trips to P'ville. . .one of the F.M.A.'s . . . likes pierced ears, sports, cars, slumber parties and Doug!!! . . . dis- likes riding the bus, phone bills, and diets! . . . Cath Swimming 23 Riding 23 Drill Team 23 Fencing 23 Concert Choir 3,43 Service Club 43 Intramurals 1,2,3,4 TRANSFERRED FROM FAIRFAX HALL, WAYNES- BORO, VIRGINIA, 1963 ELENA NOREEN FINDLAN Noreen. . .strawberry blond . . ."No, itis not bleached" . . . volatile. . . somedaysMiddlebury'? . . . seen painting along the Hudson . . . taking Spanish, French and Latin . . . "I don't believe it!" . . . seen with Anita and the Cross Ridge group . . . likes messy rooms, baseball, long hair and interest- ing people. . . I'll get to France if I have to swim . . . Noreen French Club 2,33 Apparatus 2,3,43 Sketch Club 1,2,33 Intra- murals 1,2,3,4 NOEL FORREST Noel. . .Noelie. . .Loco . . . 112 . . . L.F. Ders . . . "Hey, guys, I finally got a letter!" . . .Wayne and graduation '64 . . . What a riotl. . .BOSS. . .Virginia. . .s.t.f.k. . . . Hey, Wendy, let's go . . . seen with Nen and THE senior girls . . . Not so fast . . . Original Greeleyite. . . summers at the Cape . . . the midnight chase with O'B . . . me! Intramurals 1,2,3,4Q Tennis Honor Squads 1,23 Volleyball Honor Squad 23 Class Secretary 13 Executive Council 1,33 G.O. Council 33 Red Cross 1, Secretary 23 Junior Musical 3g Year- book 3, Editor 4 ,T , .., ,I W' , WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN FORSYTH Bill . . . "hey, stupid" . . . seen running, leap- , ing about. . .loves loud music. . .from Bach, Beethoven,Brahms, to Beatles. . . hates finish- ing reports, Monday A.M., shin splints, creeps fa . . .will jump 27 feet someday . . . Bill Art Council 13 Sketch Club 1,23 Greeley Trib- "'B0.,i X , une 2,33 Yearbook 2,4Q Soccer 2,3,4g Track 1,2, 3,4, Co-Captain 3,43 Varsity Club 4 sz ,,,,. GABRIELLE EVANGELINE GALAS Gaby . . . Gabs . . . "Yes, she's my mother and yes she's in school today." . . . always laughing and singing . . . the first acceptance in 1965 . . . Indiana U .... Sunday visits to Linda's. . . gullible . . . A.F .... Marty's morning car pool . . .spaghetti dinners and rained-in B.B.Q's . . . letters . . . effervescent. . .Gaby Drama Club 1,21 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Hockey Honor Squad 2g ff- Badminton Honor Squad 3g French Club 23 Modern Dance Club 33 Folk Music Club 3g Junior Musical 33 Executive Coun- ' -. cil 43 G.O. Council 43 Spanish Club 43 Tribune 4g Yearbook 4 .. ...Z f"'2 -su, .-.. . , A .. at GREGORY CHARLES GIBSON Greg. . . Gibby . . . Mr. Philosopher . . . T.G.I.F. . . . I I beat Dan on a test! . . .the golf pro . . .whar!!! . . . likes golf, football and Adirondacks . . . dislikes broken wrists, tours to Washington, choosing a college and pronouncing Spanish . . . No, I'm not Dan's twin! . . . Mrs. Robert's admirer. . .always , ,gm-X--.. singing. . .keep faith. . .Take it slowl. . .Gouch Tribune 1,2, Sports Editor 23 Service Club 3,43 Vice President 43 Junior Musical 33 Wrestling 13 Golf 1,2,3,43 Football 3,4 MARY ANN FRIZZELL Bunny . . . Friz . . . smiles a lot . . . still struggling with Spanish . . . hockey and ski fanatic . . . arguments about Thoreau with Mr. Price. . . "You know what?" . . . seen doing homework at the last minute . . . Rough 'n' Ready chorus . . . faithful member del Club Espanol. . .Conservation?. . .Bunny Hockey Intramurals 2,3,4Q Honor Squad 4g Ping Pong Intramurals 33 Spanish Club 2,3,4g Folk Music Club 33 Future Teachers' Club 4 I .,wQ,f"' fa BARRY STEPHEN GLOGER Barry . . . you pronounce it with a soft "G" not a hard one . . . seen with Reg, Phil, and Raoul. . . rat patrol in F-4 alcove . . . wants to be an engineer. . .wild summersatS.B.T.C. . . .always hitching a ride from Mr. Barlow . . .Barry i Audio-Visual Club 1, Service Club 1,2,3,4g Ti! f .NA f , Qu Tribune 23 Baseball 2,43 National Honor Society 3,45 Math Club 3 '15, N 'Q'-'r' 'x-..:' BONNIE CAMERON GREENE Bonnie. . . only girl on stage crew . . .summer in Mexico . . . rides to school . . ."Hi! -me, Bon" . . .always a smile, long nails and Tact. . .likes parties, White Plains, confusing people, Fridays, acting, the Yankees, Spanish, being a senior, and Rick. . .O.K.T.M.N.. . .love ya, Bon Drama Club 1,23 French Club 3, Yearbook 4g Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Junior Musical 3 CAROL LYNN GOLDWASSER Carol. . .Original Greeleyite. . .promise? . . . knitting at Rough 'n Ready rehearsals. . .Stowe. . . kleenex. . ."devil or angel". . . always seen with fingers crossed . . .wings on my feet. . . I could have danced all night-double time. . .adopted big brothers. . . happy?. . . likes to laugh, Bonanza, Gigi, movies, vanilla ice cream, skiing, Lindy, Greg, Sandy, the four Kathys, danc- ing. . .let's do something. . .dreamy Intramurals 1,2,3,4, Badminton Honor Squad 3, Junior Musical 3, Apparatus Club 2,39 Folk Music Club 3,4g Future Teachers Club 45 Drama Club 1 MARTHA ANN GREENWALD Martha . . . Marty . . . "Hi, ya'll" . . . known for rebel flag . . . 18689762 . . .Christmas in Texas. . .Wheeler's Summer Place. . . 20f20 vision . . . seen with Genie, Bonnie, Gaby . . . likes mail trucks, Air Force, Mr. Gilson, parties and climbing trees. . ."Who hasn't heard of Sugar Land?" . . . never on time and constantly talking. . . Martha Vikettes 1,2,3g Prose Reading 1,2,3g Choirg Student Council 2,3g Reporter 35 Speech Club 2,3g Yearbook 3,45 Spanish Club 2,3g Future Teachers' Club 1 TRANSFERRED FROM JOHN FOSTER DULLES HIGH SCHOOL, SUGAR LAND, TEXAS 1964 LESLIE BROOKS GREEN Les. . . likes hunting, sleeping till he wants to get up, good food, vacations and reptiles . . . dislikes homework, getting up on a school morn- ing and being rushed . . . lifts weights . . . plans to attend college in the South . . . Les Wrestling 1,23 Music Appreciation ' . -ld JUNE ARLENE HANNA June. . . June Bug . . . seen breaking keys, ' playing tennis, or at Jones Beach . . . Wild BD nights with Wendy and Linda . . . Yeshivas "" anyone?. . . Pickle Berol . . . It is a flying 5"5 saucer!!. . .June Service Club 13 Pep Club 13 Spanish Club 13 Chorus 33 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Softball Honor Squad 1,33 Basketball Honor Squad 13 Prom M, Attendant 33 Tribune Staff 4g Yearbook 4 lt I TRANSFERRED FROM MADEIRA HIGH SCHOOL IN CINCINNATI, OHIO, 1962 ELIZABETH JOY GROSSMAN Betsy . . . member of the Monterrey Turista Club . . . "Are you in a good mood or a bad mood?" . . . phone calls 'bout nothin' with Lynn . . . co- president of P.P.S.C.C. . . . original Greeleyite . . . usually seen driving to White Plains with Bon . . . dislikes study halls, Z lunch, Mondays, homework, and 600 yard run-walk . . . Betsy Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Drama Club 2g Red Cross 3g Spanish Club 4g Junior Musical 33 homeroom vice-president 3 NANCY ADAMS HEERWAGEN Nance. . . I'm glad all over. . . Sweets. . . Just call me Joan Baez . . . cielo celesto . . . homework and organization plus . . . always laughing and singing . . .future Olympic Gold Medal Cyclist . . . Canada to ski . . . likes rose, vacation and "Gone With the Wind" . . . passionate blushes . . . shy in Latin . . . Nance Intramurals 1,2,33 Hockey Honor Squad 1,23 Basketball Honor Squad 13 P.E. Aide 2,33 French Club 1,2,3,43 Italian Club 3,4Q Junior Musical 3g National Honor Society 3,4, vice-president 4 BARBARA CAROLYN HAGEN Barbara, Barb, Red . . . one of the Kisco Kids . . . "Joan, Kay's in the hospital again" . . . teased hair and parties in the girls' room . . . a '63 aqua Impala and Mule CHi, HonJ . . . P'ville . . . midnight rides to the Staten Island Ferry. . . Thornwood . . . W.P. CHi, Delsf . . . Chappaqua?? . . . dislikes long skirts, baggy slacks, fires in my car. . . It's my natural color . . . R. B. Sketch Club 33 Executive Committee 13 G.O. Council 13 Hockey Intramurals lg Basketball Intramurals 2g Red Cross 4 SUSAN FRANCES HEYES Sue. . .Susie to some. . .W.U.V. . . . Forget it, Heleen! . . .cheeringl . . . Can I help it if the door squeaks? . . . It's just one of those things. . .Oh, those grandmothers! . . . gossip with Kathy Mc . . . nice job, huh? My brother did it! . . . Don't cut the fold, Kat . . . It's gettin' Ready Time . . . Sue Chorus 13 French Club Ig Modern Dance Club 1,2,3Q Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Volleyball Honor Squads 2,3,4, captain 3,43 P.E. Aide 33 Leaders' Council 43 Cheerleading 43 Junior Musical 3g Homecoming Queen 4 is "sn I..-,. "dt X 'ggsgr' A. , 'I' ,gs ff. wfv, ' 45 in- 1-. itil, ' 1 I WITFT7' it-X N217 JOHN HOMER HILDENBIDDLE, III Tad, Homer, Boy, Perry . . . Rate her, Andy . . . "But I can't close my right eye" . . . olympic swimmer. . . "Forgot my . . ." . . . victory parade curb casualty . . . likes Broad- way, Jazz, and Walter Kerr, dislikes Dart- mouth, Tempests, and whatnot . . . co-owner F --g of J-7 with Farley . . ."Tune it up!" . . . It's aHardLife . . . ZABAI . . . Tad Service Club 3,4g Tribune 3,43 Feature Editor W 4, Basketball 1,2g Football 1, Track 1,2,3g 'N Yearbook 43 Current Events Club 2 NANCY JANE HOLMES Dial H for Holmes. . .Pidge. . .Nancy H .... H.W.H. and T.B.L. . . . cielo celeste. . .psychologically speaking. . . the Huns, chick-a-du . . . likes vino, prunes zee Z lunch, freshman year dobie dus. . .dislikes dramatic letters . . . Bugsy 1 Executive Council 1,21 G.O. 1,23 Judiciary 43 Intramurals 1,23 Hockey 1,2,3,4: Italian Club 3,4 FREDERICK EDWARD HITCHCOCK Fred, not Alfred! . . . Gilman's star student. . . Oh Gross!! . . . seen with G. and C. and F. and T .... the non-speaking mud-splasher in Rough 'n' Ready . . . headed for the South - Nose!! . . . Hello beautiful . . . Who says that I won't be another Dr. Behonek?? . . . Always a laugh and a smile . . . Fred Current Events Club 1,29 Audio-Visual Club 13 Italian Club 35 Service Club 45 Concert Choir 4g Track 25 Band 1,2,3,4g Junior Musical 3 n O CAROL DUDLEY HUGHES Huey. . .Kerry. . .Hi there tree! . . . P.M.P.C. . . . Devoe Road Annual . . . Myers' backyard with Paula, Sunday homework sessions, and hair straightening parties with Bobbi . . . hot car . . . likes bubble gum, and pickles. . .9832. . .driving and boys. . .Kapp's big senior. . . "Someday I'll be fat" . . . dislikes losing weight and curly hair . . . "Who has a go- mobile?" . . . always smiling . . . Carol Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Volleyball Honor Squads 35 Modern Dance Club 13 Ap- paratus Club 2,3,4g Chorus 1 JOHN EDMUND HOAG 1 John. . . Cloudy . . . hands Hoag . . . foot- ball or handball anyone? . . . rocks and run- sf S ning with Mac . . . a ZLBK . . . that Ford, before or after Jones Beach? . . . the lazy miler . . .always tells the truth . . . hates radiators that overheat and radar on the T.S.P.. . . John Football 1,2,3,4g Track 2,3,4g Audio-Visual Club 1,2g Current Events Club 2,33 Debate Club 43 Russian Club 4g Junior Musical 3 JEFFREY GEORGE KELLY Jeff . . . Safety First does it again . . . seen with the guys . . . lefty thumbs, anyone? . . . doing the impossible with Chu . . . B.R.B. and prep school parties . . . summers with Frank and Chris . . . Surf City . . . wine, wine, wine fthe recordl . . . likes pumpkining, friendly judges, and early morning dates . . . dislikes giving parties, speed traps and getting caught . . . "Ya gotta be sincere" . . . wrestling and football . . . compulsion . . . Jeff Executive Committee 2,3,4g G.O. Council 3,45 Class Vice-President 23 Canteen Council 3,45 Service Club 23 Varsity Club 3,45 Varsity Wrestling 1,2,3,4g Football 1,2, Varsity 3,4, Co-captain 4 HOLLY KYLE HYDE Walking freely in the fresh night air, I looked behind me at the vast labyrinths I've trodden, laughing at the many wrong paths I've taken, but glad I've taken them. Thus marks another evening: the death of a day, and the birth of a night. I hear the sounds of youth: cool water springs twinkling and tripping over protruding rocks of various sizes and shapes, wondering . . . anticipating where they will take us . . . fcontinued under Ratledgej French Club 1,2,3,4g Folk Music Club 33 Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Junior Musical 3 KATHLEEN JULIA KELLY Kathy . . . "Kelly" . . . Sandy, Jean and others . . . Debbie . . . Last seen driving a one-eyed leprechaun . . . "Road'? What Road?" . . . It's only my third try at Spanish II . . . RF Jeep and sledding parties . . . "What ex- plosion, Mr. Houmiel'?" . . . DIR . . . Happiness is Greenwich Village and a good guitar. . .Hatesx Shoes, work, and conformists . . . Loves: The Wharf Rats on Long Beach Island, Boys with long, blonde hair, surfers, and Bob Dylan 1 l KAREN LOUISA JONES Karen . . ."Hey, do you wanna hear a joke?" . . . You half-wit! . . . Don't point your meninge at me. . . I can feel my sugar rising already . . . dislikes ratty cops, oral reports, a certain nursing teacher, and high colonics . . . likes nill . . . He's gone to Germany . . . Karen Intramurals 1,25 Current Events Club 1 LAWRENCE EARL KREIDER, JR. Larry. . . L-a-a-ar . . . coach . . . seen with Bill around the track and along roads . . . car- ries a black case . . . admires black suits and red or yellow socks . . . Larry Band 1,23 Orchestra 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1,23 Football 2,33 Soccer 1, Track 1,2,3,4g co- captain 3,43 National Honor Society 3,4g Varsity Club 4 JB' F' e F,- -wa ,Q if," , R +C "i -3 f,y8gZ.LU . sl'- 'iii' i3ieC.7-,. "im, Nl""'v-wr if Ears ai MICHAEL J. LANNERS fri' 'wr' JAMES EDWARD KRON Jim. . . Diego. . .The Krout. . . 4:30 A.M. and 8 fishing trips . . .outdoorsman . . . Tappa Kegga Malta . . . trips to Os- caleta. . .seen with Mouth, Mic, glenn the rest of T.K.M. . . . Vermonter by heart . . . waiting to get his license? . . . Original Greeleyite . . . lots of luck . . . Jim E. - '? 'ew ! 1 1 . ' s .21- I. -... .,,-- ' 4 DAVID DUVIER KUEHN, JR. Dave. . . flaming Merc . . . Chewy . . . Senior Coke, Seniors only . . . who said anything about senior privileges? . . . helps the office staff . . . nope, not on S.C. . . . seen with the Robin- sons back stage. . .swinging from the light bar. . . Chewy, five packs!! . . . Maybe University of New Hampshire . . . Dave Track lg Promethean Society lg Industrial Arts 1,23 Audio- Visual Club 35 Stage Crew 1,45 Junior Musical 33 Senior play 4 E X PHILIP JOEL LAPPE Phil. . . you bet . . . fanatic fisherman . . . I 5 one of the Barlow Blockheads . . . adv. biology N-1' right after Z lunch . . . hop in, the meter's tick- ing . . . torrid soccer practice, likes summers in northern Michigan, weekends, bridge 'til 2, ice hockey . . . dislikes Sunday nights, loud people . . . Phil Current Events Club 23 Science Club 39 Math Club 3g Junior Musical 3, Soccer 3,4g Track 3,4 g, f 4 31, I iii o xl , LINDA ANNE LARSON Linda . . . "How many pieces is June's key in now?" . . . seen looking for car . . . hiding Billy's car, sun worshipping at Jones Beach . . . wild B.D. parties. . . from Maryknoll to the Yeshivas . . . pickle Berol . . . tacos and the World's Fair with Gaby . . . prefers the U.S.C.G.A. to J.P .... 4 A.M. sightseeing tours. . . rolling down hills . . . one of Herr- man's bakers . . . Linda Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Hockey Honor Squad 19 Volleyball Honor Squads 2,35 Softball Honor Squads 1,2g Badminton Honor Squads 3g Drama Club 25 Apparatus Club 23 Debate Club 3g Leaders' Council 3,4g P.E. Aides 1,25 Span- ish Club 43 Junior Musical 3g Yearbook 4 EUGENIA TRAVER LEWIS .GQ ,,k,,.1.,4h , , in 'I p r' , x 'yi . "4 L I A .,... N -. , AN - I , ll, 2 1 J Ni'-' "' 3 1, ,i-,ilff5.X J Genie . . . Gina . . .usually just "Hey, Lewis" . . . thumbs adorned with rings or bandaids. . . C-3 . . . one of the rat-finks 2 2 . . . summers in Cooperstown . . . seen tap dancing to the I Beatles. . .member of Marty's morning carpool getting lost in 5841032 White Plains with Sue. . . forever making-up in car . . . finally roped Mule. . . "Smile, Bruce, you're on Candid Camera" . . . X -'+A seen with Different Greenes . . . Euglena . X ,W - Photo Club 1g Secretary-treasurerg Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Music '- Q fi i Appreciation Club 3g Junior Musical 33 Canteen Council 3, Sec- 'X. ' ,. retary 45 Concert Choir 4 J 1 . v gs-. 'Jw L. n ..-x . X 4 . g I an A Q ' 4 1 , s. 4-in ,401 rsxyw: ' 'Y' 44-. SUSAN MARGARET LIGHTBODY GAIL LORETTA LAUBACH Gail . . . Miss L. . . . midnight swims in famous pools. . .riots in G.R. . . . 60 sec. girls . . . gonna get rich with my paintings . . . that party!! . . . Prove it! . . . drives a white V.W. . . . the blonde hair is for real . . . packages from the Brothers Four . . . wild soph. year . . . 88 wks . . . Tiffany's . . . licorice, celery, and carrots for lunch, haunted houses . . . a beach ball on the Saw Mill . . . red ink spots . . . those cookieswith Rae . . . Gail Red Cross 13 Drama Club 1,2,3g Folk Music Club 3,43 Art Council 3,4g Sec. 45 Intramurals 1,2,3,4 0,40 Ni? 513517 i t f WALTER MALLORY LITTLE Walter . . . Wally . . . seen kicking things, being carried up a certain hill, and with Kirk, Jack, Steve, Willie, etc. . . . Tappa Kega Malta . . .aJunior . . . dislikes problems, fast cars, white buckets, and vinegar . . . Really? . . .Wally Wrestling 1,23 Tennis 43 Recreation Basketball 3,43 French Club 1g Math Club 33 Industrial Arts Club4 THOMAS HARRISON LOVE Tom. . . "Yes, Love" . . . "Save your Confederate money" . . . "What Radio". . .seen with Rich, Rob, Curly, and others. . . 73 . . . "Hey, T., do you have your car today?" . . . dislikes lack of Senior privileges and school when it snows . . . the South . . . Tom Junior Musical 3g Apparatus Club 33 Football 4 TRANSFERRED FROM ARDSLEY HIGH SCHOOL, ARDSLEY, NEW YORK DOUGLAS KENT LOGAN Doug . . . likes basketball, tennis, most other sports, driving to school CD0 it alot!J, Mr. B's math class . . . dislikes making candy apples, choosing a col- lege, and riding in smoke-filled buses at 7:30 in the morning . . . "Hey-how 'bout a game of football after school today!?" . . . Alouishis. . . "I did it, she didn't" . . . "AM" . . . seen with Jim, Tad, Andy, Norm, and Steve and in F-4 alcove taking smears . . . holds record of 478 consecutive days without the car . . . Doug Basketball 1,2,3,43 Soccar 33 Tennis 2,3,43 Class Treasurer 13 Class President 23 Band 13 Concert Choir 33 Boys' Chorus 33 National Honor Society 3,43 G.O. Vice-President 4 SANDRA LYNN LUEDER Sandy . . . it's pronounced "leader" not "looder"! . . . seen with practically anyone, but especially Sue, Lindy or Linda . . . studying Spanish with Bambi on the Senior Patio . . . likes Ithaca, G.O., a particular "C," Connecticut and sarcasm . . . dislikes snobs, cliques at Horace Greeley, show-offs . . . lemon pudding . . . Tribune work horse . . . laughing with Malin . . . will anyone ever pronounce my name right? . . . never quite made it . . . see you around- likeadonut . . . Sandy Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Hockey Honor Squad 3, captain 33 Service Club 23 Tribune 2, Assistant Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 43 Executive Committee 3,43 G.O. Council 3,4 THOMAS JOHN LORINI Tom . . . Melon . . . Lippy . . . seen with Pogo, Nose, Gordy, Steve, and the round one . . .ZBLK . . . unprofitable poker games. . . sleeping in physics . . . in a red Austin Healy or a Fiat fit's an Abarth in disguisej . . . Also seen with that Junior . . . likes individualists, fast cars fFiatsJ and days off . . . Dislikes five day weeks, cars with bad brakes, teachers who won't play by my rules. . . Very Bid Neal . . . Tom Shop Club 1,43 Italian Club 2,3,43 Photo Club 2,3,43 Soccer 1,2,3,43 Track 1,22 Wrestling 23 Junior Musical 33 Yearbook 4 LORNA ELIZABETH MAC LAGGAN Mi-mno, mi-bsam, mi-dpyad-ching, mi-bsgom, mi-sems, rang-babs-bzhag. Six Precepts of Tilopa: No thought, no reflection, no analysis, no cultivation, no intention3 Let it settle itself. Chorus 1,23 Music Appreciation Club 23 Intra- murals 1,2,3,43 Hockey Honor Squads 1,2,3Q Basketball Honor Squad 23 Tennis Honor Squads 2,33 Junior Musical 3 'N MARGARET ANN LYNN Peggy . . .Aag. . . Butch . . . Wanda . . . Peggy Lynn who? . . . seen in dark alleys singing "I've Gotta Crow". . .good evenin' Miss. . . Green Gar- ters. . . Miss Candy Apple 1964-65 . . . "The Fantasticksn . . . brought my pennies . . . so-oo fine yea, yea, yea . . . guitars and hockey . . . seen with that little ol, green picker. . . a Whistler, no . . . "O Du Seliga' . . . What's , her 'ob'?. . . HI! We try harder. . .Peg .I Drama Club 1,2,3,43 Thespian 3,42 Intramurals 1,2,3,4Q Hockey Honor Squad 2,3,4, Captain 3,43 Basketball Honor Squad 3,43 Badminton Honor Squad 2,32 P.E. Aide 1,23 Leader Council 3,43 Second Team Styvesant 43 All State Cho- rus 43 Judiciary 43 Junior Musical 3 BONNIE PATTON MALONEY Bonnie. . . Belle. . . enjoys flipping flapjacks, making speeches?, hosteling, giving unforgettable parties. . . hopes for Mt. Holyoke . . . usually eating apples, in and out of the office . . . P.F. . . . Original Greeleyite . . . sneezes and smiles . . . seen with Lindy, Kathy, Jackie, and other Fantasticks . . . Yupi. . .Bonnie Drama Club li Photo Club 13 Intramurals 1,2,33 Science Club 23 Current Events Club 23 Folk Music Club 33 Modern Dance Club 33 Junior Musical 33 National Honor Society 3,41 Service Club 43 Russian Club 4g Italian Club 4 SUSAN LEE MACDUFF Sue. . .Pebbles . . . Daddy Michaels' with the boys . . . ah-bays . . . slid- ing down the stairs with the other Bob-sey twin . . . Indian Rain Dance . . . arriba-riba-riba . . . Baby, Ijust want to say . . . likes Blue Moustache, wild parties, being late. . .back-back-back Service Club 43 Music Appreciation Club 43 Junior Musical 3g Folk Music Club 43 Latin Club 1 TRANSFERRED FROM EAST LANSING HIGH SCHOOL, EAST LANSING, MICHIGAN 1963 PAUL VINCE MANCUSO Paul . . . Vinnie . . . one of the little old wine- makers . . . likes white '58 Chevys and P'Ville . . . seen with Paul, Dave, Ed, Joe, Joe, and Mr. Barlow . . . last of the Roadrunners . . . V man with the boss guitar . . . Paul Sketch Club 13 Photo Club 33 Baseball 1,2,33 Wrestling 3 -13' 11" ERIC ALAN MANTERFIELD Mule. . .still seen in that dead bug . . . Hey, I found a book that Mr. Damon hasn't read! . . .leans toward American history, the Mus- ical, long hair, Denison, and acting . . . "Yes, Mr. Barlow!". . .smile?. . . with Z.T., Perry, Zing, Raf, and Tom . . .Eric Sketch Club 1,23 Concert Choir 3,4g Service Club 4g Tribune 3,4g Junior Musical 35 Boys' Chorus 3g Drama Club 3,43 All-State Chorus 4g Yearbook 4, Soccer 4 MARIE FRANCOISE THERESE MARTIN R Terry . . . sometimes known as Tessie Trueheart . . . likes parties Pete good times. . ."I feel funny" . . . hates phonies, snobs, and school Yeshivas . . .4 a.m. sight seeing tours . . . No Kathy, now you inhale . still walk ing. . .usually in trouble with Kathy Junior Musical 33 Cheerleader 2 TRANSFERRED FROM MARY IMMACULATE HIGH SCHOOL OSSINING, NEW YORK, 1964 SPEROS MANZARES Seen cooking hamburgers . . . city playboy . . . loves Chappaqua and school' . . . HUH! . . . small fry . . . study hall napper . . . one of the crew from Millwood. . .friends. . .the Hole, Gus, John,and others. . .Sonny TRANSFERRED FROM LONG ISLAND CITY HIGH SCHOOL NEW YORK CITY 1964 SHIRLEY ANNE MATTHEWS Shirl . . . seen with Patty, Bug, Bety, and both Lindas at EBRBP and VB . . . Greeley cheerleader? . . . loves '64 409's, dancing, stretch slacks and Mr. Barlow . . .dislikes stuck-up people, and dark lipstick . . . trips to Lake Waccabuc, White Plains, Mt. Kisco, and Bedford . . . homeroom wlth Joan v and Kay. . . nuts. 131' ' DREW JOHN MARSHALL Drew . . . Eagle . . . seen with CAMOWK and the rest of the guys . . . midnight parties at Nyack! . . . Mr. Barlow's math classes . . . Friday night baseball games. . .O Mingll. . . keeps strict training during B-Ball?'? . . . bad' sophomore year . . . football parties . . . wants to marry a basketball . . . Drew Basketball 1,2,3,4g Junior Musical 3 -4-Ml w KATHRYN MYLER McCOY Kathy. . . Granny . . . the original LOLOP . . . But I didn't mean to smile . . . the left half. . .likes blue and wiggly umps . . . night sessions and sliding downstairs with Pebbles 'Q . . . a Bobsey twin . . . ah-bay! . . . gossip 'S with Susie . . . Dig 50 . . . let's make a deci- ' sion. . .always "getting ready" off time . . . hmmmm. . .Kathy 2 Intramurals 3,4, Service Club 3,4, Folk Music 3 3,49 Tribune 4, Yearbook 4, Junior Musical 3 TRANSFERRED FROM EVANSTON TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL, EVANSTON, ILLINOIS ..,,- X fi STEVE HILARY McCAFFREE Steve. . . Mac. . . Rufus. . .one more time . . . likes laughs, cheap bread, running around . . . "Hey" . . . Tappa Kega Malta . . . class projects . . . go down and out, I'll wing it . . . who's sleepy? . . . Injun . . . seen with the mon and more . . . can do without rocks, girls with long memories . . . good guy. . .Heetow. . .Steve 1963 Track 1,2,3, Cross Country 1, Basketball 3, Judiciary 3,4, Tribune 3,43 Junior X .....,.y,L., Musical3 ' W TRANSFERRED FROM BELLEVILLE TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL, 3 BRUCE ALAN McDONALD I Bruce . . . Brutus . . . Commanche "smiles" . . . Sorry, I'm going through R Mt. Kisco . . . famous for winning the safety driver award behind Forrests .hi . . . seen on Bourbon Street buying bikinis. . . likes TKM . . . outdoorsmen on the hill, Harrison pretzels, and Carol . . . compulsive smoker like Houston, spenders, people who ruin my shoes . . . "snowed" drive fast. . ."Arunaway" . . .Bruce . . .doesn't . . . I donit- LINDA LOUISE McCALL Lindy Lou . . . yellow daisies and long green grass 1 . . cowboys and Indians in Sherwood forest . . . midnight walks to Colorado . . . JD and e.e.-that's sybillic! . . . "our house" . . . the Fantasticks. . . it's infinite and silver . . . frustration! . . . escape from reality . . . "let's pretend" . . . happiness is a thing called love?. . . Lindy Intramurals 1,2,3,4, Drama Club 1, Apparatus Club 1, Sketch Club 2, Mod- ern Dance Club 3, Folk Music Club 3, Russian Club 4 M193 iwlifmx 0' WQGQSTQQQW f LW N' an-'M M,,Qiw 4 15493 Qwvlf QS' -WAC ' West WWW a .. ltikwil is at WS' . V . ELIZABETH STEWART IVICKINLEY W Liz not Sue . . . Lizabeth . . . the long of it T "Me, looney?" . . . "Well, in Vermont" . . . "Here Prince" at 2 a.m. . . .seen in dark alleys singing I've Gotta Crow", at the gym, march- ing at Camp Roaring Brook . . . dislikes blis- ters, braces, poison ivy, lipstick, and 11 p.m. . . . likes letters, leap frog, baby oil, hockey, skiing, the Tarantula, wet towels, and trips to Washingtin. . . "Okay!" . . . Bugsy 2 Executive Council 1,25 G.O. Council 1,2, French Club 3,4, Service Club 3, President 4, P.E. Aide 2,3, Leaders' Council 4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4, Hockey Honor Squads 1,2,3,4, Basketball Honor Squads 2,3,4, Badminton Honor Squad 1, Softball Honor Squad 2,3,4, Yearbook 4, Senate 4, Junior Musical 3, Prom Queen At- tendant 3, A.F.S. Candidate 3 -M Q-0 V' ,af ks . . . .TBI. . .accident prone. . . Q 'x - fl 5-O'w 1:"'7' ...J VICTORIA ANN MILLER Miller Moth . . . seen with the Vinegar Hill Mob . . . midnight swims at Arlene's. . . sin- ister haunted houses. . . red ink spots . . . the kiss of death . . . riots in Billy Button's Peugeot . . .the great impostor. . . Halloween nights . . . horrible honey . . . bumper cars at Play- land. . .Prove it. . .Cape Cod with Di. . . Vicky Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Red Cross 1,23 Drama , Club 1,2,3,4g Sketch Club 13 Creative Writing Club 1 iv:-w'1'Y" SUSAN MARIE MCWATERS Susie. . .Sue. . .noisy. . .100 m.p.h. down the parkway. . . "Oh Gawdli' . . . Wild lunches-flying jello . . . that bet with Sharon and Nancy . . . "very Funny" . . . future nurse . . . X ' likes Fridays, kooks, wild times, football . . . "Knock it off" . . . dislikes homework, 6:45 A.M. . . . people who don't under- stand simplejokes . . . seen with Sharon, Nancy, and others . . . "7 more days" . . ."hola dia, Hugh" . . . F.A.K.E. Club . . . Sue Trebleaires 1,2,3g Concert Choir 4 -- ff Z STEPHEN RHODES MILLER Steve . . . St. . . . Randy! . . . A white Knight . . . a plethora of aliases! "Dohn' mess" . . .Thaddy . . . 18 kids? "Damn you, Sylvia!" . . . those expensive jaunts to the city . . . inspired by ' the kitchka . . . just how for away is Smith? . . . cool it . . . Q , 3 , Drama Club 1,2,3,4g Thespians 3,4g Brockway Bombere 4g Track -yf,jg,gf,.,-9? " i -"' i, ,Ig ',A' ,njfj -T 2g G.O. Melodrama 43 Music Appreciation Club 45 Juniog Mus- ical 3g Senior Play 6 LINDA RAE MOCKLER . Linda . . . Mocky . . . Maybe I'll get a letter W today? . . . hopes to get a driving license within . the next year . . . likes the first half of Jeff air' Benjamin's blurb. . .Linda Drama Club 1,45 Intramurals 1,49 Student Government 2, Dramatics 2,33 Junior Lit. Edi- tor 39 Debate Club 33 Tribune 4 TRANSFERRED FROM ST. MARGA- RET'S SCHOOL, WATERBURY, CON- NECTICUT, 1964 ft'- .IWW QPF" M, DANIEL FREDERICK MOORE Dan . . . Curly . . . 64 . . . The South shall rise again. . .likesz football. . .red MG11005 . . .handball fchampl Pontiac's. . . bandaged nose . . . Georgia Football 1,2,3,4g Track 1,2,3 ANN ARMSTRONG MORELLI Ann. . . Morell. . . a peeping friend . . . plain or jelly? . . . "Runaway" . . . Oh she had fun, fun, fun, . . . S.B.S.B. . . . expensive brand . . . nothing to wear. . . Wendy, why is it that . . . crazy much? . . . Frosh French exam . . . star border . . . "I've got a surprise" . . . Ann Red Cross 1,2,3,4g Intramurals 1,23 Junior Musical 3 fi WE KATHLEEN MARION MULLANE Kathy . . . Kathleen to some . . . 4 A.M. sightseeing tours . . . Yeshivas "Linda, can I have the Car today?" . . . sun worship- ping at Jones Beach . . . "But, June, I thought that you were steering" . . . Maryknoll seen in a ditch and hiding Billy's car . . . "Tom Jones" and friends with Sue . . . Twin brother . . . usually in trouble with Terry . . . still walking . . . uncanny predictions. . .Kathy Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Junior Musical 3g Forensic Club 3g Swim- ming Team 25 Yearbook 4g Badminton Honor Squad 35 Drama Club 3, Tribune 4 TRANSFERRED FROM MARIA REGINA HIGH SCHOOL, HARTSDALE, NEW YORK, 1964 MEGAN RUTH MOORE Megan-from the "Apple Tree", ffinally readj . . . the Goldilocks who kicked the Bucket . . . Greeleyite . . . Tennis attempts with Sue . . . unappreciated jokes . . . a Latin Moose . . . singing lessons from Peg . . . likes water and snow, skiing, sailing, hockey, basketball, deep C75 discussions, cribbage, hamming it up . . . 12,7 dislikes busy work and short hair . . . "See ya tomorrow!". . .Megan Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Honor Squads 1,2,3,43 Photo Club 13 Drama Club 2,3,4g French Club 3g Thespians 3,4g Junior Musical 33 National Honor Society 3,4 fv- ,, qswyitsff ffl www an ,ef ISV USSR Yay ,ev Qi' if WILLIAM ALOYSIOUS MULLANE, JR. Billy . . . Mule to the Class of '64 . . . seen with the Class of '64, Hoot, Whale, Atlas and others. . . likes Pat, and cars . . . dislikes be- ing in the Class of '65, wild weekends, block parties, U. of W. . . .5 year plan . . . a certain D.O.B. . . .All aboard . . . the bet I won and everybody lost . . .PAT . . . safe driver . . . 2-U2 second man . . . B.D's . . . pumpkins and tomatoes. . .more to come. . . Pat . . . Bill Junior Musical 35 Service Club 4 TRANSFERRED FROM ARCHBISHOP STEPINAC HIGH SCHOOL, WHITE PLAINS, NEW YORK, 1963 BARBARA SCOTT MYERS Barb. . .Sam. . . Nuts . . . seen with the maffia . . . Devoe Road Annual . . .P.M.P.C.. . .S.N.S.S.. . .finally got my wheels . . . lots of big broth- ers and second parents. . . "I hate being young!" . . . "Have a spare roller?" . . ."Mechanical Drawing is NOT just for boys!" likes a certain guy, long hair, pierced ears, Stingrays and Fridays . . . dislikes homework, filling out college applications and Mondays . . . As Always . . . Barb Trebleaires 13 Concert Choir 2,3,4g Honor Squads 1,2,3,4g Apparatus Club 3,4g Junior Musical 3 FRANCIS MICHAEL MURPHY Murph. . . lovey . . . noted for B.R.B's and blowing his beets . . . spends summers working and vacationing with Chris and Jeff . . . classified with such notables as Whale, Ant, Bill, and Eagle . . . likes dark socks, do-good girls, and soccer. . . Frank Industrial Arts Club 1,2,3g Drama Club lg Red Cross 43 Basketball 1: Foot- ball: Track: Baseball: Soccer 3,4, Captain 4 NANCY ELLEN NELSON Nen . . . absent minded . . . U2 . . . second member of the senior blacklist seen with Loco and THE senior girls . . . LFP'ers and TBI . . . UI-ley, Barb, want to dispose of a few kittens?" . . . scabby knees and yellow socks . . . seen eating P-dubby dubs with Noel . . . likes a certain Irishman . . . pres- sure and sleepless nights. . .never out of trouble. . . "Cheers" . . . Nance Intramurals 1,2,3,4: Service Club 2g French Club 2, Volleyball Honor Squad 2,33 Badminton Honor Squad 23 Canteen Council 3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Junior Musical 3: Yearbook 43 Cheerleading 4, Captain 43 National Merit Scholarship Letter 43 Judiciary 3,4 JOAN MARIE MURPHY Joanie. . . Murph . . . seen with Kay, Red, Sandy and the rest of the Kisco Gang . . . trips to P'Ville, Thornwood, White Plains, etc .... Staten Island Ferry . . . likes include G.R. ' 4 4' FordsC?J, late nights and early mornings . . . dislikes snobs, and long skirts . . . What-are you kidding me? . . . Squirrel Sketch Club 25 Volleyball Honor Squad 3 if -l"'X BARBARA TI-IORNE O'BRIEN Barb. . . Thorny . . . seen with Pat, Drea, Taf, Betty, Sue, and the rest . . . always being teased. . . Isn't he cute! . . . Your turn to do bedpans, Pat! . . . crying in C-4 . . . T.B.1. . . . member of the Tec Turista Club . . . crushes with Drea and Pat . . . Lewis '? Lewis? Oops! Roger Lewis RAH RAY!!! . . . vin d'ordinaire . . . I'm going to Sweden . . . Nance, shall we dispose of a few kittens? . . . original painter of the parking lot . . . likes 'em all. . .Barbara Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Hockey Honor Squads 1,23 Volleyball Honor Squad 33 French Club 1,23 Spanish Club 3: Junior Musical 33 Cheerleading 4g Class Executive Committee 3,43 G.O. Coun- cil 4: Class Vice-President 33 Senate 4: Quaker Senior Editor 4 fi. NANCY MILLS NEWMAN Nancy . . . Thespian: actress and scene painter . . . language enthusiast: French, Italian and Latin! . . . music lover: crazy about that African beat . . . and finally a dancer with a capital "M" for Modern Dance PATRICIA ANN O'BRIEN O'B. . .BOD. . .trips to Cape Cod and Ohio . . . 4 in the front . . . SBSB . . .Girls' night out . . . matching keys . . . get the drift . . . quack . . . Who's driving now?. . .blanket parties . . . Darl Road . . . "He's in town" . . .long distance please . . . likes counting road signs, MS . . . new terri- tories. . .doing laps. . .cartalk. . .CALIF. . .Patty Hockey Honor Squads 1,2,3,4g Basketball lg Red Cross 3: Chorus 2: Yearbook 4, Intramurals 2,3,43 Stuyvesant First Team 1,2 TRANSFERRED FROM SACRED HEART, GREENWICH, CON- NECTICUT, NOVEMBER, 1962 JUDITH WELLES NUTTER Judy. . . Don't get all pushed out of shape . . . loves English and Fridays . . . dislikes 8:10 a.m. and not reaching 5 feet tall KATHLEEN O'CONNELL Kitty . . . please, not Kathy . . . oh really? . . . I'm not quiet, I just don't have anything to say . . . green garters . . . seen rummaging through Rough 'n' Ready costumes and scram- bled notes. . .The Fantasticks. . .anyone for a game of Duck-Duck-Goose? . . . from Japan ' with love . . . Mexico with the Scouts . . . P.F.. . .meow Sketch Club 1: French Club 2,3,4g Service Club 2,3,41 Secretary 43 National Honor Society 3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,4q Badminton Honor Squad 23 Junior Musical 3 193 'ago i1T?"'3' W '9', towns-.ggi JOHN CHARLES OLENIK John seen with Steve, Joe, Joe, Sonny Iam NOTahood . . . weekends upstate, New York City, otherwise Ossining . . . still can tf1ndMillwood . . . DeWitt Clinton book covers Pisano . . . John JOSEPH TONY OLIVERI oe JoeT . . . LittleJoe . . . oneof the paisanos . seen with Big Joe, Vinnie, Ed, John Paul . . known as Guinea and Valachi in M D Who are you?-Joe T. or Joe R.? an original Greeleyite . . . hot '52 Ford likes standard shifts, Yanks, his Italian sayings grape stompers . . . dislikes auto- matlcs cafeteria lunches, snobs, Saabs, fresh- men Oh my gosh! . . . Joe Baseball 2 Industrial Arts Club 2 'QW THOMAS CHARLES OLMSTEAD Tom . . . Olmy . . . senior learneris permit . . . seen with Drew, Ant, Whale, Chris, and the rest . . . likes home cooked Italiana food and beating Drew at pool . . . baseball, parties, no cheats . . . hit and run . . . Tom Football 3,45 Recreation Basketball 1,2,3,4g Recreation Baseball 1,25 Cre- ative Writing 2, Spanish Club 3,4 JOSEPH ROCCO OLIVERI oe Big Joe . . . Rocky . . . seen with Little Joe, Mancu, Ed, Paul, Brow Mr Barlow . . . and also seen in Mt. Kisco . . . with the guys . . . Fox Lane games . . . known as Guinea and little old Paisano . . . hot '51 Chevy truck . . . girls and more girls . . . Italian saying "banbola" Photo Club 3 Industrial Arts Club 3,4 EDWARD LEE ORSENIGO Hoot Owl . . . Lucky . . . hypochondriac . . . seen with the Class of '64, Mule, Spiff, Devs, and others . . . 5 year plan . . . originator . . . BD'er . . . likes skiing at Stratton fl hopel . . . godfather . . . cousins much? . . . URI . . . "It's a Vauxhall, stupid!" . . . pumpkin and reflector raids . . . dis- likes goalies, fights with Liz . . . moody much?" . . . "Tennis anyone?" ...P.W.. . .Eddie Varsity Tennis 1,2,3,4g Varsity Soccer 3,4, Captain 45 G.O. 1.25 Recreation Basketball 1,2,3,4g Canteen Council 3,43 Industrial Arts Club 33 Red Cross 4 TRANSFERRED FROM ROOSEVELT HIGH SCHOOL, YONKERS, NEW YORK, SEPTEMBER 1962 KATHLEEN YOUNG PAGE Kath . . . Moose . . . Princeton and Monte- rey . . . travels with the G.S . . . so you tell me about it . . . driving? . . . whazzat? . . . trips to NYC . . . Mr. Houmiel's elite . . . I don't care, I think . . . schmaltz . . . always ready with a joke . . . it's junior, my cello ,..1 'ip-, A ""U"'M . . . K.P. Orchestra 1,2,3,4g Volleyball Honor Squad 13 Promethean Society lg Sketch Club 13 NYSSMA ,,,,,,, , Award 1,45 Deborah Deitz Essay Contest Hon- ' ' P orable Mention 35 Industrial Arts Club 43 Folk ,qj any M Music Club 3g Junior Musical 3 SHARON RUTH ORSER Sherry . . . Caesar . . . seen with Chris and Ruth in the Bandaid Special . . . always laughing with Nancy and Sue . . . likes PB and J sandwiches anda certain guy . . . hates Valiants and lima beans . . . wild train rides . . . long telephone conversations . . . a big brother in college . . . I'm going to California someday!" . . . OriginalGreeleyite Girls' Chorus 15 Concert Choir 2,3,4g Intramurals 2,3,4g Volleyball Honor Squad2 JOSEPH KENNETH PARSONS Ken . . . preacher . . . Punchy . . . seen with the people . . . likes sports, egg, fun, naive parents, P'ville, cops, girls with dark hair, rollers, and oldtimes . . . Border . . . Tripp's . . . the bus . . . psychology . . . en- joyment . . . "I can't help it coach, I know I'm late, but the teachers just like to have me around." . . . NUT Football 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3g Track 13 Varsity Club 4 TRANSFERRED FROM PEEKSKILL MILITARY ACADEMY, PEEKS- KILL, NEW YORK THOMAS MARTIN OVEROCKER Tom . . . Colonel . . . Ah, you're choking me . . . seen hanging in a noose . . . likes baby blue Citroens . . . seen going up, and down, acting . . . taxi service . . . always singing something . . . Pep Club!! . . . "that's logical" . . . affinity for the inferior sex . . . Torn Concert Choir 1,2,3,4g All-State Chorus 2,3,4g Service Club 4 KAY AN.NA PARSONS , Kay . . . seen with the Kisco gang:Joan, Red, . Sandy and Alice . . . president of the G.O.? . . . likes parties in the girls' room, teased hair, P'ville, Chevys, Mt. Kisco, Thornwood . . . dislikes hospitals, ulcers, kidney stones, long skirts, baggy slacks, and loafers . . . Just give meachance . . . Kay Sketch Club 2: Apparatus Club 1,2,3g Intra- murals 1,2,3g Volleyball Honor Squads 1,2,3g Basketball Honor Squad 2 'WHL Q 'L NUM . 3 ,. M., 3 j '23, PAULA DQFIQNTRI-:ss PEYRAUD ' "' ' ' 'EX Paula. . .Paoola. . .Packrat. . .Carambal . . . how absurd . . . likes Mexico, tortillas, rabbits, Spanish, French, parapsychology . . . a chronic procrastinator . . . manana . . . seen with Carol, Leslie, Britt, Gordy, Fred, Janet . . . Hey, I got a letter . . . no fibbsies . . . oh, it's my baby sister . . . No, I'm not absent minded . . . huh? . . . Aye 'W Chihuahua . . . Paula French Club 1,2,3,43 Italian Club 2,3,4Q Span- ish Club 43 Drama Club 1,22 Future Teachers' Club4 1501 ANN OLIVIA PEMBERTON Ann. . ."What'?". . .eating out with Toni. . .Peter, Paul, and Ann. . . I love Californi-ay and Minnesota . . . "betcha a hot fudge" . . . LOLOP member. . . Dig 50 . . . "But officer, of course we know those guys!" . . . summer song . . . We're in Connecticut . . . Windjammer sailors . . . seen with a picket sign . . . PF. . . Iam NOT normalllll. . .Ann Drama Club 2g Folk Music 33 Modern Dance 33 Junior Musical 33 Music Appreciation 43 Future Teachers' Club 43 Intramurals 2,3343 Orchestra 233,43 National Honor Society 3,4 TRANSFERRED FROM ROCHESTER, MINNESOTA 1962 'Q-Q ,xg ..,,.,4nv i 4 3 -'J I,-Qaqf? X f -1. 1 . .. .lvhr 1- IJ I 7' ' I :AVC 1 , in-.I 13- .. rf ' 'G '-15,1 . , 3 , 4"4 DIANA LOUISE PETERMAN Bonnie . . . Andy . . . Sam . . . Muscles . . . sarcasm plusl . . . Chow . . . seen with Rat, Holluette, Granny, WUV, Annel . . . "Who me?" . . . Go Granny Go . . . LOLOP member . . . "But officer of course I know those boys!" . . . girls' track member . . . likes people for what they are, guitars, tea- TETLEY . . . dislikes conformists . . . innocent eyes? . . . Dig 50 . . . "Hey,George!" . . . Uncle Charlie . . . "So who's normal?" . . . Bon Photo Club 13 Red Cross 2,33 P.E, Aide 2,3,41 Officials' Club 2, 33 Basketball Honor Squads 33 Junior Musical 33 Yearbook 4 MICHAEL ANDREW POLLACK Mike . . . Mikey . . . Magoo . . . THE blue bomb . . . MGJJ . . . potato chips and Mexican dancers . . . Bachelor Society . . . tree planting behind E wing . . . Can I have a ride? . . . Surprise! I love French . . . 1, Therefore the horizontal parallel is perpendic- ,V tv if ular to the tangent of . . . " . . . Gar, we've ' ,779 just got to fix this can! . . . Schuss bomber ...mel Greeley Tribune 13 Biology Club 33 Junior Musical 33 Folk Music 43 Music Appreciation 43 Wrestling 1,23 Golf 3,4 'inf' inev- rg. L :sw sh-1 wi 'fi Lo JANET ELLA POND Janet . . . quiet . . . gullible . . . "what! Only two more minutes to half-time'?' . . . likes cats, chorus, and children . . . dislikes dogs . . . that Mexican friend . . . Pondo- meter Chorus 1,2,3,4g Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Majorette 3,45 Junior Musical 35 Photo Club 1 CATHERINE BARBARA RAE Rae Baby . . . Hi ya buddy . . . that place Pennsy . . H.G.H . . . Kisco Yeah . . . Blackie . . . the Barb . . Bomblg . . . someday Iill write youaplay Intramuralsg Junior Musical 3 TRANSFERRED FROM GOOD COUNSEL ACADEMY 1961 t n'g.,,,w' ' , Q ,J 'I KATHERINE ANN RATLEDGE 1 Continued from Hyde . . . leading onward through acres and ' i ' acres of wooded land, the stream is parallel to a pathway well trodden by youth . . . youth running through fields, laughing and crying as they talk under large oak trees while dipping their 1 toes in cool water springs . . . springs which join rivers and rivers which join seas as youth inherits the world to make out of it what they wish . . . Kat Hockey Honor Squads 1,23 Basketball Honor Squads 1,2g Intra- murals 1,2,3g Apparatus Club 1,2,3g French Club 2,33 Drama Club lg Folk Music 35 Future Teachers' Club 4g Music Appreciation 4g Junior Musical 3 JOHN JOSEPH PUCCIARELLI Pucciarelli? How do you spell it? . . . P-U-C- C-I- . . . Pooch- -it'sa nickname? . . . char- ter member ofthe local chapter of not like in the old country, eh Tom? . . . I am a prince . . . ii,,,, 413 cubes in my wild plymouth . . . Senior lunch on the patio with the other members . . . ZLBK Biology Club fig Track 3,45 Industrial Arts 4g Wrestling 3,4 TRANSFERRED FROM FORDHAM PREPARATORY SCHOOL in... Y' i HILDA REAGAN Hil . . . Hil-drip . . . Fop . . . Friend Raoulfrom the Village . . . first of the pierced ears . . . likes to throw rocks at Spike with Holly . . . Instant Espresso . . . first true love was pighead . . . tries to be original . . . can be seen inciting rebellion in French class I . . . mutters in Russian . . . "Boy, am I dumb!" . . . heading for West Point . . . Hil Freshman Hockey Team 15 Drama Club 15 Intramural 1,2,3,45 Badminton 35 Modern Dance 1,2,35 French Club 25 Sketch Club 35 '2- W "W-naar" Russian Club 45 Junior Musical 3: Executive Council 45 G.O. Council 4 JAMES S. REYNOLDS Jim . . . Jimmy . . . Jaime . . . Z.T. Haynes . . . Walter Winky walks with friends and foes . . . will definitely get his license before he grad uatesffrom college? . . . member of: Bachelor Society,Senior Mafia and the saddle shoe club . . . pretty bird . . . longer hair . . . wimmxn oh well . . . down with bitterness . . . loves the South and guess who! Peace forever . . . Cough Concert Choir 1,2,35 Senior Class Treasurer 4 Executive Committee 45 Junior Musical 35 Senior Play 45 Wrestling 2,3,45 Baseball 2 3 4 Soccer 4 x 'i in ,,- I. 3 FRANCIS X. REED an i , Frank . . . not Poco or boy draftsman . . . "Get that scrim down," said Mi ' Benjamin . . . seen with Melon, Bean, Glenn, and Gordon . . . likes to go hunting, skiing, and fishing, and work in the refreshment stand Photo Club 15 Shop Club 2,35 Art Club 35 Folk Music Club 45 Soccer 2,3 GARY GRIFFITH RICHARDS Gary . . . Goof . . . Sots . . . Hey! . . . seen with Tad, Andy Rip and Rufus. . . impromptu football games . . . T.K.M .... likes good parties people, Am. History, skiing, and hot Pontiacs . . . a traumatic experience . . . dislikes curfews, moving, and Y-lunch . . . Never got to be a Junior . . . Big College plans . . . Gary Recreation Basketball 2,45 Current Events Club 25 Rugby 35 R.O.T C 3 Tri bune Sports Editor 45 Yearbook 4 TRANSFERRED FROM THE SCOTS COLLEGE, SYDNEY, AUSTRA LIA, 1964 RICHARD KEMP RENNER Rick . . . "Please pass the peppers and pump- kins" . . . only eight more periods to go . . . inventor of a new kind of ski pole . . . likes skiing and fast cars . . . dislikes Cadillacs and crawling off beaches . . . "Who's gonna know?" . . . seen running from a Volkswagen with Walt, Ernie, Bob, Jeff, and others . . . Rick Wrestling 1,25 Golf 2,3,45 Football 2,35 Sketch Club 25 Junior Musical 35 Greeley Tribune 45 Yearbook 45 Red Cross 4 44:44 Q"1'b- it MARY PORTER RISLEY Mary.. .Riz. .. Rary Bee.. .seen with Sam, Kelly,Jean, and everyone . . . wild sleddingandslumberpartiesat RF . . . "Help, I'm being buried!" . . . "Do you have the car?" . . . manufacturing Beatle pins for Kelly . . . I feel silly . . . we must . . . we must . . . lifesaving . . . Who can't make a fire? . . . likes games at Hamilton, P and M and summers in Maine . . . dislikes rowing and being driven into the dock on skis . . . 4--"""""' Yahoo! Chorus 13 Red Cross 23 Service Club 2,3,43 Jun- iorMusica133 Folk Music Club43 Music Apprec- iation Club 3,41 Intramurals 1,2,3,4Q Friends of Milbank Anderson 4 -.EJ .uni CAROL ELIZABETH RIESENKONIG Carol . . . Original Greeleyite . . . French scholar . . . how utterly crude . . . seen with B. and the Melon, fxr, Tina, Paula, "Rosey", and the N.W.H. Scape goats . . . oh, and Gordy . . . likes piano, parapsychology, nursing, Gordon . . . dislikes staying up past 9:00, mediocre SAT scores, halitosis, understudying Concert Choir 2,3,4 BETTY GAIL ROBERTS Betty . . . Betts . . . "Si' . . . Blueberry . . . famous chocolate chip cookies . . . Green garters . . . Cheers! . . . future chemist . . . blisters . . . whoopsie . . . Diet-Rite and mad dashes with Amy . . . Hey Dum- Dum, let's bubble . . . seen in dark alleys singing "I've Gotta Crow" . . . the Fantasticks . . . There's paint upon the parking lot and the police car too! . . .Who wants a vitamin? . . . My dog's bigger than your dog . . . likes include bare feet, sombreros, Greenwich Village and ice cream . . . Fang . . . Pierre Drama Club 13 Concert Choir 3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 G.O. Council 23 Judic- iary 3,43 All-State Chorus 4g Modern Dance 23 Cheerleader 43 Hockey and Basketball Honor Squads 1,2,3,43 Junior Prom Attendant 3g Senior Class Secretary 43 Junior Musical 33 lst Team Stuyvesant 4 JAMES MARSHALL RIPPE Rip . . . Mung . . . General and Organization . . . "Hi, man, this is the Big D" . . . Homecoming '64 . . . the green frog . . . what's this blanket for? . . . the AFS balloon . . . likes participation . . . dislikes blurbs and six mile runs . . . might apply to college . . . someday . . . Jim Class President lg Class Vice-president 23 G.O. President 43 Football 13 Basket- ball 1,2,3,43 Baseball 1,2,3,43 Red Cross lg Choir 1,33 Latin Club 2g Debate Club 2,33 Boys' State 33 Herald Tribune Youth Forum 43 National Honor So- ciety 3,43 All State Chorus 3,4 ANDREA ROBINSON Andy . . . Narf . . . Chaos . . . Jewish Pixie. . . Magister, Baby Sweets- -I am not K , 'll ' emotional!!! . . . horse, sun flower seeds, Diet I Q Rite . . . purple passion flowers for 6"9!69 A . . . P.lVl.P.C .... S.N.S.S .... cold soda? ' " . . . eternally grateful to Sweden . . . seen with one Burch or another, at the Devoe Road I Annual, cavorting with the beasties. . . "vhatcha thingk Boobala'?" . . . hooooo . . . S.W.A.K. Trebleaires li Concert Choir 2,3,43 Drama Club lg P.E. Aid 2: Junior Musical 83 Hockey Honor Squad 33 Intramurals 1,2,3,4 I' 5. Ng 1 ttt tx' 'R' SPI' I , 3' '- :Lilo -X lv' RICHARD BARTRAM ROBINSON Dick. . . twin. . . Hey, Robinson . . . stage, P.F. . . . canteen . . . chugs Cokes . . . likes electronics. . . "How come I'm stuck with the projector'?". . . "hey cool" . . . the electron . . .Dick Stage Crew 3,43 Audio-Visual Club 3,49 Science Club 1,2 pr.. S t LAUREN RUSH Lorna . . . "Muisje" . . . Nut . . . "Tiggerl' . . . seen with Cricket, Nance, Peteite, and Fred. . .one half of the Green-Giant. . . "come off it" . . . did you see what I saw'?. . .you're kidding of course. . .yes dear, I still love you . . . future artist . . . likes Maggie Valley, N.C., polkas,smiles, and friendly beasts. . . dislikes crewcuts, greasy kid stuff, and snobs . . . SMILE . . . Lauren Concert Choir 2,3,4: All-State Chorus 43 Apparatus Club 2,43 Drama Club lg Biology Club 2 GIACINTO MAURIZIO ROMANO Morris. . . AFS . . . where you from? . . . oh . . . guy . . . seen with Log, Blue Pig, and BBLB . . . likes American belts, E.E.S., jokes, and fly eaters . . .dislikes-vegetables, night homework. . .pacas. . .sandra. . .how do you spell it? . . .yea coach, a new broad-jumper. . .oh . . . gosh . . . Morris Italian Club 45 Music Appreciation 4g Debate Club 4 FROM LICEO SCIENTIFICO STALE-GORIZIA BARBARA JEAN RUSSO Bobbi. . . Ceth . . . Lucy . . . Cleo . . . likes getting letters, N.Y.C., out of town boys, 9832 . . . I have to go to work . . . Sunday homework sessions and hair straightenings with Carol . . . Devoe Road Annual fwhere? . . . oops!J . . .seen at the Grand Union, Poillon Drive . . . Niice . . . "do it, do it, do it" . . . SNSS. . .Nope, just a truck . . . Alderkill . . . always smiling . . . Bobbi Intramurals 1,2,3g Volleyball Honor Squads 1,2,3g French Club 15 Officials Club 25 Concert Choir 2,35 Service Club 2,3,4 STEVEN DAVID ROSE ,anna Steve . . . summers touring the U.S .... seen with Dave and Gary . . . likes to read and loaf . . . just got the car . . . for the rest of the year?. . .Steve Chorus 25 Track 2,43 Folk Music Club 3,4 '4 JOHN FREDERICK SAARI John-Chief. . .brought home the Big Cat, Big Dee, etc .... please pass the vegetables . . , waiting for a party at Walt's . . . one of Blacky's boys . . . seen late at the lab talking to his rats French Club 1,23 Science Club 15 G.O. Council 1,23 Executive Committee 1,23 Varsity Tennis 3'4 lm , '7 is lui gif U IQ K , ,. I. 6,1 y Q99 Sxiiwifopoiy' Nyxsziflsl-S'-61 sms vs 5,5 , dl Hwy um fXj 241170 QD? lb ., Mi- , . NLP Q1 s L v CU W I K GORDON STIRLING RUTHERFURD X-Q Xp 0 my X5 VJ N73 UBS 617 Gordy. . .Gor. . .Hobbles. . .seen with the ZLBK's. . .quiet. . .green E Gb SD ko bomb . . 289 Let's go Mets . always driving . . likes a certain girl . A Q lyk wonder who? . . . dislikes Latin, giving speeches, speed limits . . . Gordy QB AU ' Q! job Sketch Club 1,4g Current Events 2g Biology 39 Shop 3,45 Junior Musical 3 Xl- Q 55' Qt Q lr my Kgs 291 ' . gf, Gr' QQ t s DANIEL BERNARD SALVESEN Dan . . . Sal . . . Sally . . . always in a daze . . . on the ball? . . . likes all sports, sleep, TV . . . dislikes getting up early, losing football games, choco- late. . . sure, I', going to college . . . I don't believe in going steady . . . Y What am I doing in advanced classes? . . . Maryed . . . OK, so she is smarter than I am. . . No, I am not Greg's twin . . . Coach, can't I run with it . . . the loser Class President 1, Senate 13 G.O. Council 1,33 Class Treasurer 29 Executive Committee 1,2,3g Treasury Committee 25 Band 1,2,3,4g Orchestra 1,2,3g Foot- ball 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3g Baseball 1,2,3,4g Junior Musical 3, All-State Chorus 2,3,4g Varsity Club 3,45 Boys' State Alternate 3g Dance Band 1,2 JEAN ELLEN RYNIKER Jean . . . seen with Laurie, Sandy, Kathy, and Mary . . .wrong way Ryniker . . . seen navigating the Leprechaun . . . Where is my crow dinner, Kelly? . . . midnight stoneboat and jeep parties at RF . . . Long Island advocate . . . Do you smell burning oil? . . . What explosion, Mr. Houmiel? . . . mad chemist . . . hoping to join the RIN . . . a mal content . . . likes French Canadians, tennis, sailing . . . Jean Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Softball Honor Squad 2,33 Sketch Club 35 Music Appre- ciation 2,3,4 TRANSFERRED FROM LAWRENCE ROAD HIGH SCHOOL 1962, HEMPSTEAD, L.I. -'Q' PAUL E SANDT Chester. . .L1mpy. . . Paul . . . you mane lt 'N . . . the rest . . . Ed, Vinnie, Big Joe, Little Ev' Joe, and Bill . . . 10-4 . . . trips to Westport and to Port Jefferson . . . N.Y. women goooood!!! . . . I'm game. . . Chappaqua, oh no. . . Cindy, of course . . . that's close . . . "All-Hellzappinl' . . . I want a Honda . . . Europe 62,63,64 . . . Nice . . . The skyliners Photo Club 1,2,3,4 STEVEN J. SAVINO Steve . . . seen stamping around with John, Sonny, Joe, Joe, Limpy . . . came in '63 from the Bronx . . . dislikes Junior homerooms . . . Paisano . . . Steve 'Elf Wild' SUSAN KAY SASSANO Sue . . . Suzi . . . one year and two months . . . yes, I still do . . . surprise, Sally! . . . "but how can I wear my hair?" . . . I'll make honor squads someday . . . "Tom Jones" . . . friends with Kath . . . never give up hope, right Susie? . . . everyone knows! . . . Sue Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Sketch Club 1,35 Apparatus Club 2,35 Junior Musical 35 Future Teachers' Club 4, Spanish Club 4, Yearbook 4 PF. znklir , . f , Q Q' M, ,i-'wwzifl an K , - , 1 ' ' if 3, xyg.-fn " , N ', gg S .Ami .-H 4 ml' ANITA ELAINE SAVARESE A 4, H 1 Anita . . . 'Nita . . . F.R . . . seen with Betty, Noreen, "M, ,yn Q.sx'Q3!t,-' nV.,,,,,,.w"-' Y H Moose, and Toni . . . spends summers in Italy . . . Maybe I'll n,,.., ' ,gi . k,5?"'V V I cut my hair . . . But I do practice for chorus! . . . an aunt ten V' """ fV ' J, times and . . . dislikes corny jokes . . . Anita L.: , -' ' " ' i 'f.i,,fiIgf- Intramurals 1,23 Concert Choir 2,3,4g Chorus 1,2,3,4g Boys' Chorus 2,43 Accompanist 1,2,3,4 WENDY ALLEN SAWYER Wendy W.A.S. "Long distance, please" . . . S.B.S.B . . . 4in the front . . . rw' SLUGG . . . a new song . . . trips to Ohio I and C.C . . . Aunt Pooh . . . Uncle R.B. sql . . . A.N.A.H . . . gir' night out . . . Ann, plain or jelly? . . . misses the other half . . . Hey, Noel, let's go . . . big plans . . . H.S. Wendy Hockey Honor Squad 1g Intramurals 1,23 Red Cross 1,2,3,4g President 4, Modern Dance Club lg Junior Musical 3, Yearbook 4 PAULA JEANNE SCHLICK Paula . . . Paul . . . Torp . . . Devoe Road Annual . . . CPAOG . . . unlicensed trailer . . . lawn fertilizing with P . . . K . . . myrtle imprints . . . big brother: cjbjr . . . "No, she does not want a cigarette!" . . . natural blond . . . Tegawitha . . . ski trips. . . contacts and sunglasses . . . "All's fair in love and war!" . . . lethargic . . . loud laugh . . . Paula Trebleaires 13 Concert Choir 2,3,43 French Club 13 Russian Club 4g Honor Squads 1,2,3,43 Jun- ior Musical3 JOHN CRAIG SCHROEDER Schroed . . . Sim . . . one of the 7th period rat-worshippers 'isiwf avfrt. V1 -hi. ,gf,6X?.i.:: .JWVN - -.,.,,,..m:-Q 'i I W it A lf. . , -- 3 6' 20 L 0 - , ,F 14- 3 ,M 1 ' -f . MM, ., .a ,N M-"W u MM, .H . . . Buffalo. . .three years with Mr. Hagedorn . . .What's your problem? . . . Ican't remember any physics . . . white tempest . . . seen with Tom, Tuck, and Tim . . . Guitar . . . It ain't a bad place to live, but it sure ain't worth visiting . . . John Wrestling 13 Chorus 1,2,33 All-State Chorus 43 Junior Musical 33 Radio Station 2,4 ..- A- any 0 Sv'-K 3 3 il ,Q X' 'ii 4 ' . x 'f 46 -vs' i H . .MQW 5 "' P3 ' .9 Bw' I ' J A It V ' ' J ,L I 'A W, -r ,in , V 3 N 494. as M gl? 7' 'fr J-.JJ 3' J ,fr . any Q r X I M xx , Q- uk, ' an - A Iii A , 5 L U2 'Q Q Q- lv FQX5 ., Jil PATRICIA ANNE SELIGMAN 4 gi Pat . . . Pat-tee . . . crazy friend from Philadelphia . . .Z:,2Oh, A ',,,,,-we--""' ,,,,,,3, come now!" . . . likes being one of three twenty-fists . . -"""" 3,37 "Your turn to do bedpans, Barb!" . . . Charter me ber of T.B. 3 ,A I . . . anyone wantajawbreaker? . . . 2:00 A.M.cgling Prince, .,"i"1Qf!G and then the police came . . . crying in Cj . . . WIHAHIV 33, wgtjgxgill .Ju ,gm Dick . . . member of the Tec Turisge Cfub . hates that Con- y" j" ,t struction'Ah.ead sign . . . CHEEiR .... 'fSlYJop,JohnkB5'. . . ' 'rfa ' -'-.i.t. lpw- 1' ,J 3 5, vin d'ord1na1re . . . that g1gg1K3'. . . Pat A , aff .aw 'f f :iff ' 'fr f 3 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Hockey Hon Squad! 13 olleyball Honor f,,w Squad 2g Tennis I-Iorfdr Squad 1,2, 3 Clais Jilxeitive Committee 1,2,33 G.O. Council' 1 2,31 Juhidr usical 3g Spanish Cliib 3g A.F.S. Candidate 33 Cdfeerleading co,-Captain 43 Yearbookg4 39" ' 4 if", 4 X A up 3 .9 . , .a RUTH MIRIAM SCHOENFELD Ruth . . . How's the egg salad sandwich, June? . . . get that ball or else!!! . . . speaks of---? . . . how are ya? . . . Stupid!!!! . . . Who's got the homework? . . . SMILE! . . . always home on weekends? . . . likes food . . . dislikes summer school . . . The Bomb . . . Who me? Never! . . . What fellas? . . . Kisco, Pleasantville, Thornwood . . . chews likeacow! . . . Smiley Intramurals 2,3,43 Volleyball Honor Squads 2, 3,43 Softball and Basketball Honor Squads 2,43 Drama Club 3,43 Class Secretary 1 TRANSFERRED FROM FRANCIS SCOTT KEY, BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, 1962 ,s' Ci' www, SANDRA LAIRD SHORT Sandy . . . Sam . . . the quiet rebel . . . midnight sledding parties at Kelly's . . . the original Long Beacher seen canoeing down Indian Lake . . . yelling for Pete Seeger . . . someone in NNCC . . . hairy stoneboat rides . . . moose calls and firecrackers at slum- ber parties . . . likes the Wharf rats, surfing, and tennis . . . "Kelly, the floor board is smoking! . . . Sandy Intramurals 1,2,3,4, Sketch Club 1,2,3, Music Appreciation Club 4, Junior Musical 3 "5" 5125-rv' MARTHA BRITTON SIMPLER Q f Britt . . . can't be missed . . . loves weekends at Syracuse, long night- gowns, smocks, the Air Force . . . Mr. Gilson . . . always smiling . . . -X U7 QQ, 5? ' 27 i X from Midwest . . . seen with Paula, Mary Lou, Susie, everyone! . . . head- 7 Qrf -- ,fn ' f trouble . . . Britt M , K: 7 6 H, ing or l , Q fy-5 ' . R7 Cheerleader 1, Drama Club 1,4, French Club 1,3,4, Choir 1, Intramurals 1,4, C63 47 LV, West Service Club 2,3, Library Worker 2, Ski Club 3, Junior Achievement 3 TRANSFERRED FROM WEST HIGH SCHOOL, MADISON, 4 , fi it-5 WISCONSIN 1964 Z AJ .Q C75 B. SHORTLIDGE . . memories of White Plains . . . seen with Preacher, Grumpy, Marvin, Baney, Koney, and the rest of the guys . . . 45 and a permit? . . . artist? . . . 1940 Plymouth . . . cow eyes . . . . . Curly . . . Patricia . . . morning bus rides with Patrick and Shorty FROM WHITE PLAINS HIGH SCHOOL 1963 JANET ELIZABETH SIMS Janet . . . Simsy . . . seen with Spin and Nut . . . loves being called ob- noxious . . . can't make up her mind about a certain blockhead . . . hates the group . . . always late to lunch . . . plans to be a brain in college . . . one of the threesome gruesome . . . Janet MARY LOUISE SIMMERMACHER Sim . . . likes laughing, library money, candy apple parties, mountain climbing in Vermont Cfrozen socks, Amy?J . . . Miss Props . . . Diet-Rite and carrots at Jones Beach . . . honorary member of Class of '66 . . . seen re- organizing the gym department and playing the organ . . . lots of red-headed friends . . . one of Hagedorn's trois terribles . . . girl's track andgreengarters . . . "Srnile,' . . . MaryLou Apparatus Club 1, General Chorus 1, Piano Ac- companist 1,2, Intramurals 1,2,3,4, Hockey Honor Squads 1,2, Basketball Honor Squads 2, Volleyball Honor Squads 4, Leader Corps 3,45 Homeroom President 2, G.O. Council 2, Junior Musical 3, National Honor Society 3,4, Pres- ident 4, Yearbook Layout Editor 4 ,M , DAVID MORRELL SMITH Dave . . . Smitty . . . RB . . . lieutenant, not sergeant . . . almost, but not quite . . . likes sports, playing in the band, '61 blue Cor- vairs . . . "This time it's for good, John" . . . Last seen driving a hot four-speed up a big hill . . . Dave Photo Club lg Brass Ensemble 1,2,3,4g Dance Band 3,45 Band 1,2,3,4, Vice-president 4 Wrestling 1,2,3,4g Football 1,2,3,4g Track 2 MARGARET LYNDALL HARDING SKEELS Mags . . . seen with Noelie and The Senior girls . . . I know, I look like I'm twelve years old . . . likes vacations, letters from Bryant, Kenny, and secur- ity . . . Oh my! . . . Original Greeleyite . . . seen in a blue Ford riding in Kisco . . . good times at Cape Cod, especially '64 . . . long rides at all hours. . .Don't get too much . . .Donlt worry. . .Magwheels Modern Dance 13 Chorus, Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Apparatus Club 2,33 Badmin- , ton l-lonor Squad 23 Volleyball Honor Squads 2,33 Red Cross 3,43 Yearbook 4 NANCY LOUISE SMITH Nancy Lou . . . Nancy . . . Nance . . . Rosie . . . "Go to Him" . . . majorette . . . seen with Lauren, Mary Jo, Janet, and laughing with Sharon . . . likes tennis, singing, and dancing . . . dislikes snobs, bossy people . . . "I-Ionestly!" . . . hopes for Centenary . . . pardon me . . . Original Greeleyite . . . My name is not MARY Lou!!! . . . Nancy Girls' Chorus 15 Concert Choir 2,3,4g All-State Chorus 43 Orchestra 1,2,3,4g All-State Orchestra 45 String Quartet 3,49 Majorettes 3,43 Tennis Honor Squads 1,2,3,4g Intramurals 1,2,3,4 BARBARA ANN SMITH Barb . . . Smitty . . . original member of the TBI and SSS . . . likes soccer games, slumber parties, popnickles fask Wendyl, summer school French II, and long talks with anyone willing to listen . . . I'll drive today . . . We'll get 'em someday Drew, but what now? . . . Dislikes snobby people, the Yankees, and girls, night out . . . one of the elite nine cheering rejects . . . Oh, forget it . . . something is definitely lacking . . . Reflectors?? where? . . . no, seriously . . . Barb Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Basketball Honor Squad 35 Homeroom President 33 Exec- utive Council 35 G.O. Council 3g Modern Dance 1,35 Trebleaires 1,2g Concert Choir 2,3,4g Red Cross 4, Yearbook 4 av... ,Y """'h,ws. . iw . K 4 ,,f!,l'- ,lpngx ,. K filfaux !"7'--'sv .,,, ,i, s., ns. X n 44. 7 ...Q 'Lv 'Q-r-N.,- RICHARD WILLIAM SMITH We-.1 1.33 AMY LOUISE SOHL Amy . . . SiSi . . . l-lidyho . . . "me, blush?" . . . mutt and Jeff . . . yep, 5'2" an inch here or there . . . letters, letters . . . I'll start tomorrow . . . smile? . . . he did it, I didn't . . . Ossining, Wendy? . . . Aloushi . . . I'm embarrassed . . . leapfrog, baby oil, poison ivy, looney, wet towles, late, late calls? . . . "he geeve us too much trouble" . . . M.L. sore much? . . . Indiana, then teaching . . . No,just Amy Intramurals1,2,3,4: Hockey Honor Squads 1,43 Chorus 1,2,3,4g Modern Dance 3: G.O. Repre- sentative 3g Executive Committee 2,33 Class Secretary 33 Junior Musical 33 Prom Queen 3, -Judiciary 4: Canteen Executive Committee 2: Yearbook Activities Editor 4 JK JILL STANLEY Jill . . . Mr. Ahlen's "Miss Schipley" . . . Senior Patio Luncheon Club . . . Ilike your earring! . . . Who's got a beauty mark on her neck? "Jackie and Jill walked up the hill" . . . likes dancing and eating is likes curly hair . . . imported from N.Y. for Mrs. Leyden . 1 Modern Dance 1,2,3g Concert Choir 2,3,4g Trebleaires 1,25 Apparatus Club 4 Intramurals 1,2,3 MARY SUE CECEILIA SPINELLA Mary Sue . . . Sppoo . . . grape stomper . . . member of the F.A K E Club . . . your elbow? . . . unreal? . . . you pumpkin face . . . shorty seen parading the halls with Simsy, Nutter . . . original Greeleyite Mary Sue Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Concert Choir 1,2,3,4g Junior Musical 3 DAVID ROBERT STEFFENSEN Dave . . . broe . . . bulldog . . . seen with Ed, Paul and Paul Big Joe Little Joe . . . seen in gold '56 Ford . . . seen at the Red Hook and every where . . . never heard except clearing throat . . . always blushing likes coro and friends, letters from Red Hook . . . dislikes freak 95 Corvalrs and Edin arm wrestling . . . Dave Science Club 1,2,3g Soccer 2,3g Wrestling 1,2,3 TIMOTHY JOHN SPOONER Tim . . . Spoonman, Pig . . . seen with Lob, Lover Boy, AFS'ers, and the ZLBKers . . . likes Waterskiing, fast cars, girls from Mary- land . . . dislikes certain blue pig, freshmen girls, and people who drive to school . . . "But Mr. I-IERRMANN, that's not a three ring sign, it's my signature" . . . "What's a matta for you?". . .Tim J.V. Soccer 1,23 Concert Choir 1,2,3,4g A capel- la 1,23 All-State Chorus 1,2,3,4g Canteen Vice- president 3,4g Junior Musical 3g Yearbook 4 PETER JOSEPH STENGEL Peter . . . Pete . . . seen with Raoul and alone with his guitar . . . "Let's take your car" . . . found in Ossining and Briarcliff with Linda . . . loves chemistry and Briarcliff cops . . . away we wish we wish we went . . . Pete Concert Choir, Art Council TRANSFERRED FROM OSSINING HIGH SCHOOL 1963 me 2 ,ir LAURETTA JANE STEIGMAN Laurie . . . Laur . . . Ste-i-gman, Mr. Sweet! . . . a Bischoff Baby Beau- ty . . . "But it helps to advertise" . . . seen with Jean and other un- fortunates . . . trying to appease the Great White Norman . . . mock turtle rifkeke . . . Dr. Kildare, the Beatles, NOW What? . . . has scholarship, leadership, and character'??? . . . plans to visit Germany . . . the quality of your stupidity is rising . . . collaborative math homework . . . likes the jeep parties at RF and the Hotel Delmonico . . . Laurie Drama Club 1,2,3,4g Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Thespians 4, National Honor So- ciety 3,4g French Club 3,45 Service Club 3, Yearbook 4, Tennis Honor Squad Manager MALIN ANNA MARIA STENSTROM Malin . . . love lotion number 9 . . . loves American boys-and girls . . . fy faan . . . and they kissed, really . . . Santa Lucia . . . aren't they pretty, my cigarette buts? . . . take me with to the graviiry garden, will you'?. . .blue my eyes and big my mouth. . . Malin. . . Pigtails G.O. 2,39 Newspaper 2,33 Drama Club 1,2,3,4g Art Appreciation 1,2,3g AFS 3,43 Culture Club 2,35 Chorus 2,33 Music.Apprec,iation 4, AFS STUDENT, 1964-1965, FROM VASTERAS, SWEDEN CHARLES GRIMM STEINBECK Chuck . . . Charles . . . I'm from Missouri, show M3! . . . seen running through Reader's Digest on certain occasions . . . Football 85 . . . "What's Big Cat, John?" . . . drives four-speed Hurst Linkage Super 225 Valiant, Wow! . . . also seen in a Chrysler . . . oh those grease stories . . . Who else makes cars besides Chrysler Corp? . . . likes swingin' music, some girls, and hacking with the guys . . . Weekly Jones Beach Chauffeur . . . "What'sanightlicense?" . . . seen with about everyone . . . Idon't have a southern accent. . .you do! . . .Chuck ELIZABETH GRAHAM TAYLOR Betsy . . . "La Petite" . . . Liz . . . yes that is my name, and Richard is fine . . . seen with Cricket, Muisje, and Jill . . . Hmm, could beinteresting . . . voyagesto the "Night Owl" with Cricket . . . likes dark hair, sport cars, guitars, candystriping, and the Village . . . long curly eyelashes on boys . . . "Smile, because it makes people wonder what you have been up to" . . . Betsy Drama Club 1,2,3g Sketch Club 1,25 French Club 1,2,3g Folk Music Club 4, Junior Musical 33 Art Council 4g Yearbook 4 'wr if"""'q JOEL RICHARD TUCKER Tuck. . . a frustrated trumpet player . . . a literary "noser" . . .somewhat confused . . . "Let's go, let's go" . . . still trying to open his hall locker . . . one of Gilman's nightmares . . . Mr. Davis's German singer . . . puns . . . seen with Smitty, Marcus, Jake, and the crew . . . known to write weird poems . . . an un- conventional conformist . . . "Let's not be bitter now" . . . starting to think about college . . .Joel Homeroom President 1: G.O. Council lg In- dustrial Arts Club lg Math Club 4: Band 12,33 Service Club 3,43 Football 1,2,3,4g Basketball 13 Baseball 1,2,4Q Junior Musical 41 Recreation Basketball 2,3,4 'H'-1 TONI ALLEYNE TAYLOR Toni . . . yes, it is my real name . . . seen with different people at different times . . . but Mr. Lipkin . . . found at the gym . . .eating out with Ann . . . trying hard at choir . . . sneezing . . .3 years of Mr. Damon and Z lunch. . .other half in Pleasant- ville . . . likes flapjacks and wants to be compellin' . . . an originalGreeleyite. . .Toni Officials' Club 1,2,3,4g Drama Club 15 Red Cross 23 Debate 3g Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Hockey Honor Squads 3,49 P.E. Aide 35 Corps 45 Junior Musical 3g G.O. Variety Show 4g Yearbook 4 ra 6? 5 if flfixr uv '..'3, ,az- M PNY S LESLIE BOUTWELL TOMPKINS What kind of a name is Boutwell . . . that SMILE . . . Ber- muda . . . likes skiing, swimming, being gullable . . . the big Green . . . sailing the Maine Coast . . . music . . . stone boat 4 rides at R.F .... but a growing girl has to eat a lot . . . future . plans . . . travel the wide world . . . Leslie -, ..., , Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Volleyball Honor Squad 25 Drama Club lg , , Service Club 2,3,4g Red Cross 23 Junior Musical 3g Spanish Club 49 Italian Club 4 V -w2,rw"f4gg, A I 4 my rw. g A MICHAEL J.TULLY Mike . . . can't gain weight for football . . . dislikes meaningful experiences and writing blurbs for yearbooks . . . likes sports, keeping training, doing at the last minutes, christmas trees, peanut butter and jelly, and food . . . often seen at Greeley Laundramat fworkingJ . . . Mike Football 1,2,3,4g Wrestling 1,2,3,4g Track 2g Audio-Visual Club 2,3,4 1 'pf e , f- , . Jigs .4 .I will I ng-as iff , W, . f, .ai -..-f' -A.. Za. vwr"'7"' tel: '1""'T7' sf' f X JACQUELINE MITCHELL VOLKHARDT Jackie . . . world traveller fin Englishj . . . safety pins . . . likes all sports, camping, 1964 Ford station wagons, Corvairs, and Drivers' Ed . . . P.F .... seen biking in Nova Scotia and on The Hill with Bon, Jill, and others . . . smiles, nerves . . . Jackie Drama Clublq Photo Club 1,23 Apparatus Club 2,3g Sketch Club 45 Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Hock- ey Honor Squads 1,2g Softball Honor Squad 3 Q I 'Quai' EDWARD C. WARREN Ed . . . Sarge . . . seen making parallel lines down snowy hills and advertising for Hathaway Shirts . . . likes to spend the sum- mer south of the border . . . If you see him say hello . . . Ed 'Xyclb ON YG-10550 fuck. .1 C,L.1.s-YJJ.g Qbks-GL N me-4-3 Q-LQ bo. Qemcii Q..-SQUQSQ, . Nlofufa, ,, . QV-'Q '- N KENNETH ALLEN WASMER W Kent . . . wa seen with Diane . . . John, Biff, Sam and Tom . . . likes pizg, football games, Cape Cod, water-skiing . . . dislikes bad pizzas, slow music, New York City, twisting, and rain . . . letters from Ohio Wesleyan . . . Kent Industrial Arts 1,2,3,4g Football 1,2 ,. , 3 GARY D. WALKER , Gary . . . Gar . . . "Go West young man, go AH, Y N West, and I came East" . . . MGJJ . . . 1, ""',7-B.. midnight walks . . . to Colorado . . . itfs ' A, Big and blue . . . suprise?'?? . . . 22 bird 'J if . . . paddle fastermore string . . . when are we going to write that story? . . . it's round and infinite . . . we'll see ya . . . Chou . . . walks . . . Gary Wrestling 3,4g Soccer 43 Music Appreciation 4g Folk Music 4 TRANSFERRED FROM WHEATRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL, DENVER, COLORADO YVONNE JOY WEISSENBERGER Yvonne C?J . . . Joy . . . Spot . . . Chinese fire drill anyone? . . . seen falling out ofa one- eyed leprechaun, parking on the sidewalk, and singing . . . famous midnight ride . . . partial to Irishmen . . . an original Green ff? Grass Wanderer rws Art Club 1,2g Chorus 1,2,4g Drama Club 13 Red Cross3 TRANSFERRED FROM ARDSLEY HIGH SCHOOL, ARDSLEY, NEW YORK 1963 'C7'1'r ALDEN GUSTAVE WESTOVER Alden . . . Whale . . . seen with Crust, Mule, Safety, Murph, Ant, Spiff, etc. . . drives only great cars fthe Whalemobilel . . . Quarter for gas . . . Pumpkins and tomatoes . . . one ofthe guvs who went to the party across the river. . . Pennsylvania weekend? . . . "I missed the Christmas Party" . . .What happens next year? Who knows? . . .Alden Football 1,2,3,4g Track 3, Wrestling 1,23 Red Cross 4, Industrial Arts Club 1,23 Junior Musical 3 PAULETTE JUNE WERTZ ja Paulette . . . Clunt . . . I don't know . . . dislikes little brothers, snobs, ' j boils . . . likes Navy, rice pudding, and myself . . . "What are ya, some I kind ofanut?" . . . That's funny! . . . Paulette ,M iilUvUc,K V19 PW All ,Of f My Wfl iff 6 ,if Oy WW Dil Ui ,jUC,Vi,ATR1c1AANN WHELEN yd' liz lf Ld' Ol WU ,f X Pickles . . . Hi ya Buddy! . . . wonderful Pensy . . . weekends . . . ' OU uf Ol ,I OJ' 97 0 I Sultry, baby . . . Chad, I think we're in trouble . . . which way to 9A? 17 , D fl .fx L' Q ,Dj gli! X 1. . . HGH . . . Buddy, first . . . Chicago . . . Thank you Greeley... ,k X357 Z7 Z9 Q W Yj ul Q stage struck . . . see you on Broadway . . . Bomb II . . . Patti . 4 ,WA 0 K5 .gf ,lt JTO MX if OXO lil Drama Club 1,2,3,4g School Paper 1,2g Thespians4g National Forensic League Llfc lt"g1if, ltf " 2 6019 .UD fvl-,LW ,fl Z L 5 ,lf XVI if lic o fl? ,, U if ' Di vf? Qi all iV X, PAMELA WEST Pam . . . Westie . . . anyone for some fun? . . . now who took our reflector? . . . baby- sitting with RD and RS . . . usually with Nancy, Barbara, Vic, and Missy in the Black- mobile . . . ham and cheese in the White Horse. . . likes people who know where K.C. is, C.A.M. bottles . . . "Are you kidding me?" . . .Pam International Club 1g Student Council 15 French Club 43 Folk Music Club 45 Art Club 'UN , Tv' 1,2 TRANSFERRED FROM SOUTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL, KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI 1964 GLENN ROY WIENKOOP Glenn . . . Triumph sports car driver . . . seen with Pinky, Melon, Gord, and others . . . lost in Hillsdale with Kirk and Jim . . . likes Freshman girls fBrand XJ, fishing trips, canoe- ing in mud, weight lifting, and lunch with the local mafia QZLBKJ . . . dislikes rain in the senior patio and rumors about Hardscrabble Road . . . Glenn Photo Club 13 Current Events 23 Industrial 'hu' WENDY WINTER WHELEN Wendy. . . "What happened to the key, June?" . . . the Pickle Berol . . . unnecessary trips to Ossining with Amy . . . I am not obnoxious . . . air- cooled rides to the Junior Musical . . . wild tennis games . . . wild B'Day night with Lynda and June . . . Westminister boys . . . "Blue Eyes" . . .Wendy Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Drama Club li All-State Chorus 43 Chorus 2,33 Junior Musical 33 Honor Squads 1,3 ' 'W' 9 Arts Club 3,43 Soccer 1,23 Track 1,23 Junior mu- 7 , Musical 3g Band 1,2,3,43 Dance Band 4 WILLIAM CHARLES WILDERMUTH Bill. , . Bahama. . .Supe. . . lieutenant . . . Lover . . . seen with J.C., Zing, Gripe, Brutus, Spiff, Bud, Homer, and T.K.M. . . . seen being carried in a sleeping bag and wandering and rolling around . . . high time during exams . . . likes parties, mortars and certain funny girls . . . dislikes mail trucks, exploding engines, lifeguarding . . . going South and then to ad- venture in Vietnam Class President 33 Executive Committee 3,43 G.O. Council 3,43 Senate 33 Basketball lg Recreation Basketball 2,31 Football 1,2,3 MARY NEVILLE WHITNEY Mary or Marie or Maria . . . summer madness with the Tylers and others . . . But Mom, he said he knew Taf's brother . . . dislikes being labelled normal, typical, problemless. . . Mrs. Quarterback . . . I broke my glasses 9 times in one year . . . toothpaste . . . my mamma is southern-fried . . . enjoys home movies, cats, and talking to boys about football or any other sport. . . occasionally blurts out things but doesn't mean them . . . Time will tell Apparatus Club 13 Red Cross 13 Class Secretary 23 Homeroom President 33 Executive Council 2,31 G.O. Council 33 Judiciary 43 French Club 2,3,4Q Junior Musical 33 Yearbook Co-Senior Editor 43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Hockey Honor Squads 1,23 Prom Queen Attendant 33 Homecoming Senior Attendant 4 NORMAN LENTZ WILLARD Norman . . . rate her, Tad! . . . seen with Tad and Andy . . . two A-l's . . . "Pork" . . . "I hope you aren't getting the wrong im- pression of me" . . . "Bow-Tie" . . . sureit's a 390 . . . T.K.M. . . taxi service . . . get your hands off me, Besch . . . Soupy Sales . . . Ear Off!! . . . "you guys are gross!" . . . I.G.A.P.B. . . dislikes running six miles and cleaning up after the mule . . . Zaba!!! Drama Club 13 Sketch Club 23 Senate 43 G.O. Council 43 Yearbook 3, Editor 4g Tribune Sports Editor 3g Junior Musical 33 Track 13 Baseball 2,3,4Q Soccer 33 Refreshment Stand Manager 43 L'Oreille 4 5 A ,175 5' ,Q . ,A 1 fir' ' 1 ..' :fa 'ff . 'xi 3' -Wrfd 9+ , DIANA DeCAMPWURZBURG Taffy . . . It is not bleached! . . . HWH . . . wild card games . . . letters from Puerto Rico, Ohio, Colorado . . . trips to Pennsyl- vania . . . "Hey, Drea, when are we going to Pomfret7" . . . WIHAHIV . . . babysitting with Lizard . . . washing dishes at Sardi's with Barb . . . trips to Jones Beach . . . "But, Mom, he said he knew Mary's brother!" . . . T.B.I. . . Taf """ Intramurals 1,2: French Club 2,3,43 Drama Club 1,23 Concert Choir 3,43 National Honor Society 3,4 - ' v' NN?" PETER ROSS PAULDING FRANCINE ELLEN ZEIFER Ellen . . . Francine . . . likes rings from Greenwich Village, and acting . . . dislikes most forms of work and old ladies who drive . . . did you get the math? . . . but I forgot that the car was parked in the driveway . . . I think that Illl go to Afghanistan . . . one of the "trois terribles' . . . co- ed football . . . Ellen Drama Club lg Sketch Club lg Spanish Club 4g French Club 1,2,3, Italian Club 43 Junior Musical 3, Intramurals 1,2,3,4g National Honor Society 3,43 Yearbook 4 DUDLEY C. PHILLIPS 'wp ALFRED RICHARD ZINGARO A1...zing0...w0p...GYP... 2 K' Nose . . . parties on the hill . . . campfire ' raids . . . TKlVIer . . . no license . . . seen e if with Bahama, Pogo, Brutus, Donnis, Kirk, and other TKM boys . . . dislikes rolling down ,l 4 stairs, corduroy jackets, stale jokes . . . likes J.B. . . Watkins Glenn, sports . . for real, fella . . . clown . . . Zingo Current Events 2,3g Service Club 45 Golf 3,43 Recreation Basketball 3,4 ' JOHN WHITE ANDERSON Anybody for a discussion, debate, argument? . . .John Music Appreciation Club 1,23 Science Club 13 Drama Club Ig Debate Club Ig Current Events Club 3g National Honor Society 3,43 National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist 3, Finalist 4 SENIOR YEAR IN WALES, ATLANTIC COLLEGE MARCIA ANNE STRICKLAND Mk ,wk Q- ,A A f - nw-w :.-1.+.'- :.f if w-'-""?'r1"'-ff. 4' we--f ',, ., ' Q' K ,QA ',2eY',x"'fs4:3...w: ,:?u:.L' ' A ..--. .-,-M ,f .cf xp- I I A H" ' 1 - ra?-ff7?e-1":, 4-f .- .r,,:,Qgay!'. 43 .lf .al '. . . WW Wm Wittiest I I . V' lun I . D, .N-r. - he . - E V1 " .L V 94,9 M L SEN I GR Most Versatile 1 .. 'lx V Most Athletlc 'g1,,f9, - ff' - ' igiw-f 1' - 4 .M f 11- "iraqi -i 7-314 IDB! Kit li -'fl' nm ii 3' in lii 'U' than lining 'W :nun-up maui 'itil wma! f .,, ,Q Milli 6.343313 i Eli 4 ZEN Toki Co.J:EY5JvLLb :KO-me C-3"apn'5an gf.: f 11: 1-,- FN ' lim Q 'iii ' ninn H SUPERLATIVES Class Night Owls BVU Wfwliwu. Best N atured l. Best Dancers Q4-Q-rsqi"'lQ CW MALIN Most Likely To Succeed il'-U - """"""'li'l e P !?oTFefZ?wL Unsung Heroes Most School Spirit var' ' novrncuv Zdlllcmd. ijfllltiig km Ilancylpclaoflf olmf 13 VALEDICTGRIAN Sue Ferns SALUTATORIAN Jim Rippe ICR Don Adams is running a complaint department at Mt. Kisco Country Club. Kirk Adam's casanova ways have finally leaked into Italy. Stanley Ailes is the master of ceremonies for "Open End." Jill Alden is Florence Nightingale of World War III. Sam Allen finally got three shaves from a Personna. Mark Anderson is manufacturing Farley Fleebite Pogo Sticks. Tina Arrants is assisting Ben Casey in surgery. Kathy Baker will be teaching in a little red schoolhouse in the Midwest and will be chairman of the women's society. The Barillis are training German shepherds to drive VW's. Bambi Bartoccini is tutoring Joan Baez. Bill Beatty has become a second Admiral Farragut in the U. S. Navy. Steve Becker is drawing for Dell comics. Bruce Bell is still slicing on the golf course. Drea Besch has finally found a story to go with the title of her novel "Joker on the Bottom." Andy Besch is importing dirty foreign films. Nancy Black is where the boys are. Ralph Bleier is climbing rubber trees. Biff Bode has just opened a store called "I'Ierrman's Bakery." Chris Brown is an American spy in Italy. Sally Sue Buckner is picking pink cotton on her own plantation. Connie Burch has finally arrived. Jack Carstens has a girl in every sport. Jeff Caso still has that same sweet Sohl even though he is doing his homework between washings. Karen Chadek will be the first on the moon because of her hot temper. Ann Chambers is leading the second Bolshevik Revolution. Jane Chapman is coaching basketball in an old folks home. Bob Ciulla is making skis for raccoons. Joe Coker is a Pepsi dealer in Argentina. Ric Cole is manufacturing cars and Saabing all the way to the bank. Connie Cookman is leading the Salvation Army Band. Ed Crane is arm wrestling an accordian. Pam Cronk has won first place in the Grand National. Peggy Daly is nursing horses back to health. Anthony t'Clarence Childs" DeAnzeris still can't believe it. John De Capriles is a truant officer. Chris Devins finally opened his eycs all the way. Vicki Dobbyn is still making the same New Year's Resolution to be on time- next year! Sally Duffett has a tortilla factory in Mexico. Linda Ellman has joined the Peace Corps. Mary Jo Fagley is a punctual bill collector. Patty Fenn is making a play for the dentist. Sue Ferris still thinks student govemment is a farce. Bob Fick is one half of a tag team with K.P. Lynn Fields is dancing till dawn. Walt Filkins is wearing white levis to his wedding. Cathy Fils is secretly married. Noreen Findlan has an exhibit at the Guggenheim. Reggie Ford has become one of the fastest calculus students in the world. Noel Forrest has bought a catering service for her "small" parties. Bill Forsyth is drawing for Sports llluslrated. Bunny Frizzell is hopping to raise little rabbits. Gaby Galas is teaching her mother Spanish. Greg Gibson is a minister in Pakistan. Barry Gloger has replaced himself with a machine at IBM. Carol Goldwasser heads the Kleenex Tissue Company and keeps a ready supply. Les Green is a snake charmer. PRCPHECY Bonnie Greene--"me, Bon" will be the U. S. skiing champion in 1970. Martha Greenwald is married and has a lot of little Mustangs. Betsy Gromman flies to Mexico every weekend to see her Chihuahua. Barbara Hagen now owns the Goody Shop. June Hanna has won the award for the blonde who has had the most fun. Nancy Heerwagen is still writing "Farce." Sue Heyes has been crowned Miss America. Tad Hildenbiddle is the only playwright to make the Olympic swimming team. Fred Hitchcock is working with Dr. Behonek in the rat lah. John Hoag is the Russian handball champ of the Midwest. Nancy Holmes has a vino factory at her House. Carol Hughes is the author of the new best-seller, Hi there, Husband. Holly Hyde is chief capuccino tester for the Mac Kalese Brothers Corporation. Karen Jones has her own hospital. Jeff Kelly has finally asked his mother if he could have a party. Kathy Kelly is now living with a Maine bear hunter and twenty-four hounds. Larry Kreider has established a new record for the 440. Jim Kron is making sauerkraut. Dave Kuehn has lost track of his keys. Mike Lanners is still skipping . . . rope? Phil Lappe is still saying that he can't do it but does. Linda Larson will be seen in the white halls of Blair General Hospital as one of "The Nurses." Gail Laubach is a model. Genie Lewis has made the Hall of Fame. Susan Lightbody has started a publishing company for her own books. Walter Little has married Sue Perry and retired to an unknown island in the Caribbean. Doug Logan still hasn't gotten the car for school, but his parents gave him a Super Scooter for college use. Tom Lorini is driving in the Grand Prix. Tom Love has given the same cooperation in writing his college prophecy as he did in high school. Sandy Lueder was finally elected secretary of something. Peggy Lynn is understudying for Mary Martin. Sue MacDuff owns a barbershop. Loma MacLaggan is skipping college classes to study Zen Buddhism. Bonnie Maloney is still pedaling her way through Europe. Eric Manterfield has a crew cut. Sonny Manzares still thinks chemistry is for the "birds," Drew Marshall is coaching Elgin Baylor. Shirley Matthews runs the soda fountain at the Goody Shop. Steve McCaffree is raising little R.C.'s. Lindy McCall is a prophetess. Kathy McCoy has returned to GRANDPA'S FARM where she is writing prophecies. Bruce McDonald is grossing out Lenny Bruce. Liz McKinley is teaching her niece to ski in Vermont. Sue McWaters is still taking chemistry. Steve Miller is starring on Broadway. Linda Mockler has brought mass hysteria and confusion to Bennington--she's the only nice kid there. Dan Moore has a Beatle haircut. Megan Moore is still telling lousy jokes. Ann Morelli is still trying to learn how to act like a lady. Kathy Mullane still has a way of making everything come up roses. i. . . 0,363 also -Ns 14' nt " '3"'Vf.' 44: I" ,Mau his A in 6' t V' vii' as . A -53 R Q, git: . ' gms ia.. .i I ,H g .A 'J ,f ' Q ' ' I . GEC' "'f 4: lf: W5 ,K NC- i . . ,Rai Bill Mullane is writing a novel entitled Howto Enjoy High School . . . based on experience. Frank Murphy is still trying. Joan Murphy is supervisor of Mt. Kisco. Barb Myers is teaching, though still only leaming. Nancy Nelson is still trying to invent a peek-proof house. Nancy Newman is teaching the Russians how to do the ballet. Judy Nutter is secretary to the President of AT 8a T. Barb 0'Brien is still trying to remember her individual. Patty 0'Brien is hitching to California followed by a white Mustang. Kitty O'Connell is working in a traveling library. John Olenik is the dictator ofa car-nation. Rocky Oliveri has changed his name to Smith so he won't get confused with a certain other Oliveri. Tony Oliveri has changed his name to Smith also, so he will get confused with a certain other Oliveri. Tom Olmstead is inventing gimmicks for James Bond stories. Ed Orsenigo has signed a contract with Ann Landers, giving her all rights to his love-life problems. Sharon Orser is converting cannibals. Tom Overocker is running a charm school for young married couples. Kathy Page has a case of permanent laryngitis. Kay Parsons is mayor of Mt. Kisco. Ken Parsons is one-half of a tag team with B.F. Ann Pemberton is still picketing. Bonnie Petennan is replacing Miss Irwin. Paula Peyraud is teaching French in Mexico. Dudley Phillips is a member of the Rolling Stones. Mike Pollack is a well-known philosopher. Janet Pond is twirling in Macy's parade. John Pucciarelli is helping Mr. Geller write "Tristrum Shandy Revised." Cathy Rae will always find something there to remind her. Kathy Ratledge is still wearing sandals in the winter. Hilda Reagan is teaching Russian at West Point. Frank Reed is wearing his senior sweatshirt to work. Rick Renner has a patent on a ski pole flask. Jim Reynolds is designing the next World's Fair. Gary Richards is tying kangaroos down, only this time in the U. S. Carol Riesenkonig is hanky pankying in the audience. Jim Rippe is a beachcomber with a "Sunny" disposition. Mary Risley's school for scoundrels has just been discovered by the FBI. Betty Roberts still has trouble keeping her thumbs in, but is nonethelem all smiles. Andrea Robinson has finally bought a blouse. Dick Robinson is doing the lighting for the Majestic Theater. Morris Romano has been stopped from leaving the US-the Seniors wouldn't let him go. Steve Rose has been nipped in the bud. Lauren Rush is a frustrated artist in Europe. Bobbi Russo has opened a chain of groceries called "Lucifer's Market." Gordon Rutherfurd is still on a 24 hour suspension. Jean Ryniker is watching ice hockey games at the American Historv Research Department of IBM. ' John Saari is a comedian on the Ed Sullivan Show. Dan Salvesen is on the injury list of the New York Giants. Paul Sandt is taking all kinds of pictures. Sue Sassano is modeling for "Y." Anita Savarese is playing a honky-tonk piano. Wendy Sawyer finally stopped traveling. Paula Schlick is industriously manufacturing torpedoes. Ruth Schoenfeld is teaching the cafeteria help how to make good egg salad sandwiches. John Schroeder has succeeded in electrocutinghimself. Pat Seligman is manufacturing her own jawbreakers. Sandy Short has been found in the wilds of Vermont making her own coconut glue for rope tows which go down hills. Todd Shortlidge is drinking coffee at the Kitchenette. Mary Lou Simmermacher is the first lady organist at the Peppermint Lounge. Britt Simpler has founded a champagne distilling company in Martha's Vineyard. Janet Sims replaced GOMBERG as first oboe player in New York Symphony. Margaret Skeels is still trying to get her license. Barb Smith has perfected a foolproof method for sneaking out. Dave Smith is still turning red. Nancy Lou Smith has succeeded in getting Mr. Hagedorn to call her by her right name. Dick Smith is working for Coca-Cola. Amy Sohl still remains the giggliest, happiest unhappy twin. Mary Sue Spinella makes flights between New York and Rome as a stewardess for Pan American Airways. Tim Spooner is organizing Canteens in California. Jill Stanley is choreographer of Broadway's latest hit, Rough 'n Ready. Dave Steffensen has a solid gold Cadillac. Laurie Steigman is selling bottles of Love Potion if 9 to kindred spirits. Chuck Steinbeck is seceding from the Union. Pete Stengel is a professional Kazoo player. Malin Stenstrom has taken a little bit of Chappaqua back to Sweden, and left a lot of Sweden for Chappaqua to remember. Betsy Taylor is tired of being called Elizabeth and hearing everyone shout "WHERE'?" Toni Taylor finally gave up sneezing. Leslie Tompkins is sliding down slopes toward bigger and better things. Joel Tucker has published a book of his "Tuckerisms." Mike Tully is the new "Leader of the Laundramatf' Jackie Volkhardt will be most popular school dietician for improving Greeley's cafeteria food. Gary Walker is wrestling heavyweight in the Olympic Games. Ed Warren has built a mountain in his back yard for skiing. Kent Wasmer still loves thy neighbor. Joy Weissenberger is still known as spot. Paulette Wertz is still saying "I hate Chappaqua." Pam West is still spending Mondays in Kansas City. Alden Westover is head harpooner of a whale boat. Wendy Whalen is buying little dogs and big cats. Patty Whalen will someday see her name up in lights. Mary Whitney is sitting pretty. Glenn Wienkoop has traded in his Triumph for an XKE. Bill Wildermuth has swapped his car for a Marine jeep. Nomi Willard is giving "snuggies" while he runs his own tire retread shop. Taffy Wurzburg is running a shuttle to Pennsylvania and back. Ellen Zeifer is drawing chalk sketches on the sidewalks of Paris. Al Zingaro is the leader of a gypsy caravan. ECA... . ,. ,. .. - ff 'fff A if f -. lr I ' ' 1 VANWIA 'tx Q- flfk x R v- " 1 x ' ' 1 X . as .K . .. N 4 V . i ug.-li. 3 K . .g .N xt' ' 4 'ir "lil I 1 1 f .rw f l 4'L. I 4G . ' K., '.. xr , A git? ' N . fi. ' , we , r , In L llilhflff ' l f.. ,. ....i If." Lthwtiffei smile 2' .. Wy, c-.4,C,i -6' JE? 'pfo on 0 . .A"'C'Q -0, ,fn 4, .. 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QD 'i ANG' , 4 I In 7' .f il I 1 N, ' lx . - ' va-hi. , hr A i iff .. -se.: . I - ' Bottom row: L. Guida, C. Hanrahan, K. Elkins, P. Harley, K. Baum, J. Haldt, N. Herbert, Lost Senior Top row.' S. Gilbert, P. Hamilton, P. Northrop, M. Fuoss Middle J. Sterling, R. Simpler, J. Griffin, Lost Senior, T. Ferrant, row.' C. Kreisler, N. Slack, T. Geoghegan, J. Garvin, R. M. Fountain, S. Bowers, E. Winterhalter, W. Garberson Kunath, J. Forrest, L. VanBrunt, C. Geil, G. Frizzell, . JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Kathy Byrne VICE-PRESIDENT Susi Lewis SECRETARY Nancy Herbert TREASURER Pete Jantzen ADVISOR Mr. Davis Bottom row: M. Bressler, L. Friedman, A. Kraemer, C. K. Hurson Third row.' B. Kennedy, D. Kreider, R. Lewis, R. Kunath, L. Cornell, S. Devins, N. Laun Sec- Lewis, P. Jantzen, S. Jones, B. Fountain, T. Hildenbid- ond row.' H. Leyden, C. Hough, A. Lanners, T. Nelson, B. dle, J. Deems Top row: P. Kelly, D. Kraus, D. Hughes, Wallace, H. VanWijk, J. Volkart, J. Yoder, K. Kinyon, B. Greenwald, T. Moran, T. Ferrant, T. Hurd, M. Hunter we A ITN ,GH -ri Z.. -4. ' xfi. I ,. -1 J . -4 Bottom row: G. Meyers, G. Walker, T. Mante, P. Marsh, T Miller K Wolfe W Harris D Chadek 'lop row J. Malsbury, P. Luttmann, K. Miliambro, R. Shotwell J Murphy J Deems S McLean B Mulcahy R Wal Middle row: B. McBride, J. Wallace, C. Miegel, K. Tudor, lm L Flewellen J MZCNHII R Couglm Bottom row.' M. Pillon, C. Williams, J. Nolan, L. White horn, S. Page, N. Newton, J. Oettinger, L. Perry, M Reardon Middle row: T. Miller, G. Robinson, R. Pileggi T. Nelson, J. Malsbury, A. Price, L. Davis, W. Nieren 5 1 A 1 .Ld 1,1 , .HQ Bottom row: M. Murphy, S. Rosenthal, L. Rhodes, B. ley, J. Roth, R. Strandburg, D. Koranda Top row: T MacDonald, J. Ross, M. Williamson, J. Wallis, L. Rey- Stebbins, W. Sargent, J. Salese, B. Mulcahy, E. Winter nolds, S. Lewis, L. Sibley Middle row: J. Sonnemann, halter, S. Scott, J. Smith, J. Stone, J. Russell, D L. Schwarz, B. Schrauf, L. Flewellen, S. McLean, G. Ris- Schuerman X Bottom row: E. Brown, D. Allan, M. Bueti, L. Brooks, S. Barrett, J. Brizard, T. Burke Top row: C. Beatty, M Speller, M. Lyman, T. Anderson, R. Becker Middle rowg Bradley, G. Tawse, K. Barnhart, J. Beeson, S. Bueti, D R. Paulding, M. Harbaugh, B. Buckner, C. Bowen, G. Barron C'-J 1 Bottom row.' E. Detwiler, S. Crowell, S. Doerschuk, P. cher, J. Bell, A. Dixon, B. Croly, C. Hazelwood, C. Dem- Cole, C. Danielson, D. Coover, M. Dillon, P. Danneman char Top row: J. Colgren, B. Barron, P. Church, N. Middle row: M. Connors, S. Clark, C. Dawkins, T. Del- Irish, B. Chafin, P. Daggett, D. Driscoll, D. Deitrick Bottom row: H. Ferrant, D. Giglia, D. Fick, G. Hockfield, C. Hunsicker, M. Freeman, K. Johnson Top row: M. J. Hovey, L. Gilburg, D. Gremald, B. Fenn Middle row: Greco, R. Cunningham, S. Heck, D. Hatton, L. Marks, M. Ludden, K. Warne, B. Jessup, C. Holden, S. Gubelin, R. Van Groesbeck, L. Hildenbiddle, D. Hartung, M. Hill J W ii 3 v - 6 ,ff -. if' l 1 P"""j - if ' A W A. i n L .L """"! 'B 'alt , 0 'U' LJ J I as G5 l Bottom row: B. Leukroth, K. Fink, L. Sweeney, J Bell L Bang Jeneen M McDermott lop row I Lagrwe D J. Baum, E. Lewis, L. Kent Middle row: B. Hodge A Laubach K McDonald L Lundberg l Lemonnler M Krasilovsky, J. McCarthy, J. Lederer, L. Wilter Larson J Kmsel SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Bob Prezzano VICE-PRESIDENT John Morehouse SECRETARY Sue Doerschuk TREASURER Dave Nierenberg ADVISOR Mr. Tucci Bottom row: M. Monroe, P. Nelson, J. Marcy, C. Mack S Myere lop row J Morehouee M O Brien R Mle L. Maloney, S. Novak, A. Moore Middle row: T Mur gel R Mullane S Moodle J Meller D Nierenberg R ray, P. Clarke, R. Mann, R. Mullineaux, S. Newman McWatere S McLane . A fl' QQ .,., . y 1 D i ha-nv' Inns ' ln BJ ' I ...-as r 98 l ' l'-v , U i QQ v 'T' .'.,, my.. Q I I Bottom row: S. Pemberton, P. Poetsch,"R. A. O'Brien, N. R. Rochester, B. Pileggi Top row: J. Whalen, R. Rey Robinson, K. Reynolds, P. Riesenkonig, B. Maguire, G. nolds, P. O'Connell, J. Bray, J. Robertson, J. O'Farrell, Powers, C. Pace Middle row: J. Peyraud, B. Reis, R. Of- H. McCulloch, J. Mancusi stie, B. Renner, B. Prezzano, J. Perez, R. Rodrigues, e 3 f' x .7-A S '-tg, ,. , f, V 3 i J .5 ,E ,NND lj N' ,. IU l ,V I fQ',,D.DlVQ X . A . v 'W 'CN XX l ' 1 1, 5 2 is-, , . .,,-Lg: 3-Q: w A., s ' f " 1 ' k 51.3 2 , If Bottom row: C. Smith, L. Stanley, P. Smith, L. Soo, J. Smith Top row: R. Trotta, E. Schomaker, H. Steinbeck Strand, A. Ross, S. Standerwick, N. Stocker, J. Smith H. Strickland, J. Sassano, M. Roth, R. Skeels, D Middle row: S. Ramsom, D. Shaw, P. I-Iumes, S. Stern- Simmermacher gold, P. Preston, M. Schipa, S. Stewart, P. Stengel, P. Lii-1-1114 Bottom row: J. Welles, M. Toole, M. Wehmann, M. Tetel- S. Turner, B. Westover, L. Mockler, E. Weber Top row man, B. Taft, S. Lanners, Dr Wismer, L. Foster, R. W. Wolf, F. Timme, E. Wolfe, K. Ward, M. Bueti, P Trotta Middle,row.' L..,Turner, L.'Wander, H. Sweeney, Gibson, J. Whitbeck, K. Wiley . . , 1 . x Bottom row: D. Borman, B. Blackeby, E. Barnes, J. Top row:E.Braaten, P. Benson,W.Brickner, J. Bertkau Alfaro, E. Aldridge, D. Allard, B. Bender, D. Smith J. Arnadon, B. Brown, R. Alyesworth, E. Bergman, J Middle row: J. Baker, D. Bigelow, B. Betts, B. Burns, Baker,C. Barns N. Brusselsmith, M. Binger, A. Ballantyne, B. Angi 00 lf 1 .Q ,ga W4 Vie" I '4 .Mm , may in New , X K . . I ' , g M .. if . . .ff--5514 l 'ilgnlf A' il K 1. 1 , ik I 1 1 y 4 ' V-4 ' ""' 1. - H imsa! A - ' I i .A -- -iz: ' ' A L vi. -.. 2. ' ' i Bottom row: K. Keesler, K. Lagreze, M. Holden, G. J. Horn, D. Hyde, J. Hawes, T. Hurson, W. Kramer, J. Golden, E. Kinyon, S. Hodge, K. Kelleher, B. Klath Mancusi Top row: C. Kubie, J. Kendall, C. Kaneshiro, Middle VOLU-' S- W0bSt0T, P- Hitchcock, C- Lambert, R. Hawkins,T. 'Hundley, J. Hogen, E. Jagoda, S. Kuehn FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Bill Fisher VICE-PRESIDENT Peter Logan SECRETARY Ann Ellman TREASURER Molly Logan ADVISOR Mrs. Wallace Bottom row: K. Moore, D. Morelli, E. Lossing, M. Miller, C. McLean, J. Crean, L. McKelvey, A. Malmsjo Top A. Moss, F. Stapleton, K. Malsbury, J. McCarthy row: P. Logan, B. Loeffler, D. Lynch, K. McCarter, J. Middle row: S, Marth, R. Mayer, R. Lueder, R. MacDuff, Woods, C. Lee, P. Lodge, J. Martin mg. 11 ir K rv. '!.il71YLgL- 3 he ml I l - A... 9' 2.41 i Bottom row V Evans E Mullane K Mulcahy C Pace, A. Olenick, M. Phillips, M. Alvey, J. Nicholais, R. Pemberton M Pillon K Nash L Newton D Polcarx Penterson Top row: C. Reed, L. Pollack, R. Reis, T. C Price Middle row A Ollen J Perez W Page K Murphy,C.Nyren,J.Patterson,D. Peterman, T. Garbett C. Seledee, D. Sperling, F. Schwark, J. Spendelow, A. Schreiner, D. Savoy Top row: B. Colbert, M. Sweeney, P. Schomaker, W. Sohl, S. Sherrill, D. Sparks, R. Rose Hr 'Z l l 1 ' 4 X 'l"1"""'! 'sqrbfw A .,. .. ,rw ' A' '- '-a .Q A, ll' I f Ii d 1 A.. CO ll"v-v Ql- Q9 Q? 'Y F W ' I Bottom row: A. Bowers, J. Colgren, C. Roberts, P. Tully, J. Hagen, M. Whelan, B. Clark, I. Stern Top row: W. M. Logan, K. Miller, K. Ivins, E. Myers, B. Hatton Fallon, R. Clark, T. Droesch, P. Bromley, J. Dienst, K. Middle row: S. Lynch, R. Ahlin, T. Creamer, B. Smith, Baker, S. Wismbr, D. Murphy Bottom row: E. Terzian, D. Imatt, S. Wiltjer, B. Volding, Werly, D. Whittlesey, E. Welber, R. Whitehorn Top P. Toerper, D. Smiley, C. Watt, E. Williamson, J. Tucker row: C. Sweet, P. Sturz, J. Koranda, V. Jones, R. Sweet- Middle row: P. Weber, D. Taylor, N. Thomason, D. ser, K. Traverse, S. Kelly, J. Tully O... v . v' ' ' ' . 5 lj : 'wifi - af.-at -if- J Ti N- , ,FF ,in f-14. 1. I - jr " fm , .v.-'12-pe Q 1.35. .Kidz ,,. xg. 1. .. ,,,,'.w:v.g1. .. 5 N 1 ' ?."'."""X',-V-'..' ' 'fe 'M d :tam .fi I 31.115 Q TN' fur-, "I f . l'l.r' din. v, .1 s .,, 1 .AY ' ff.. . X gi . K . M,-.I A V Xl - I L 'M 0 -.- I I li'-'P' A lv , . 4, ,- I , vm' 'W K 7151? F Q ,, If ' 1.4 ,M .a,4, 'A .1 OJQ' i' Qu Q sa' -Rf P ...nv 11' 'J' 7 Homecoming opened with the coronation of the queen and her attendants . . xv 1 Homecoming Queen Sue Heyes V Attendants Mary Whitney, A Missy Pillon, Mary Schipa, Becky T :Q Volding I h ', cv "5 ?La 'i followed by hisses and boos for Tad Hildenbiddle's IL',S Cl Hard fl I X ' HOME An-L 1111 COMING ff ,af . 1' i , . fu" 1 QQ' mmmx xv u x w it 218' 'a X tl"T' -owl f M-'mf' M r I A t t JI .' , ,X W, ' " f f f' 'f 1 mi X Q , , li f7a.wfw1 V ' " A ' '-3' 'r 1 j 524,53 .-If ' ' . , 4"-'22 ' 527 ' A " Everyone swarmed downtown on Friday night for the parade, pep rally, and open house at the canteen. ll The successful Homecoming Week-End closed with a swinging dance featuring Big D and his Red Coats. D WINTER Qu' n .,, 4 WEEK u o Q Q Q - e o 9 xx ...E Q- Q V, W my af' "s...... rw - . -X-, ' Y win A ' ' ,N J" Wffo'5Wg , 1 M - '. . 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'94 Y w H t H 5, , 1'1"-F"':f'T3 June Hanna, Mary Whitney, Amy Sohl, Betty Roberts, Liz McKinley x ah-Q X . Ira", ...-4-4' ' ' .L , l , 7 M .1 fl g, Mig. if ', 1' A ' ' I ' f kv mlm rm jx: A: N, AKA , N 4 ,Y H-.Q a X Ll I f L 1 it Horace Greeleu Hiqh Schuul Clan of 1965 7-K f u Queen, Amy Sohlg King, Jack Carstens ,vs 'Q fX Malin Stenstrom-Sweden "-Di' F y,,,f' QM? M. Romano C. Brown A. Robinson M. Stenstrom SCFXQWQA X f qi X Morris Romano-Italy bl " :- QR ---i,,m i? -- .,. -ii, -..---.,, -.:--"""" 3 dig , f 'H I ,.. ww W 5.1 4'f:If TJ 7 uf . 1- ,.' f I ',""1'i:1.,' . ,A ' :N 'u Q N f .L '4 :V l- 1' ' 'V 1 nw 5 l '1 j' R Y'- X.. ..,, . ..-...N Q 1 :ww 00 441'-'X' 34 ,. 04 r Q ffl? 4 ff LQRA is-we Lf: SX X302 Officers: Vice Prewdent Doug Logan Prewdent Jlm Rlppe Treasurer Tom Crowley, Secretary Jenmfer Forrest STANDING COMMITTEES Bottom row: R. Strandburg, G. Hockfield, N. Laun, K. Byrne, J. Goodman, L. Burke, R. O'Brien Middle row: J. Caso, S. Lueder, J. Forrest, B. O'Brien, A. Besch, T. Crowley Top row: B. Miegel, G. Barrett, B. Prezzano, J. Kelly, D. Logan, B. Wildermuth, R. Cole, N. Willard 110 sg ..,, A I , .ll..,,....- - ' '!l"!i6'.a7l6'1f'11lFa"'p-V .fag ' i 'l ,WF U, 1' C K- 0 :H Nr- XT , V 5- Bottom row: K. Byrne, S. Lynch, P. Toerper, C. Danielson elow, P. Devins, R. Strandburg, G. Buschini, C. Ofelt, D. Second row: J. Rippe, J. Forrest, N. Laun, A. Besch, B. Adams fvisitorb Fourth row: F. Timme, J. Horn, E. Scho- O'Brien, S. Lueder, G. Galas, J. Goodman, L. Burke Third maker, B. Pressano, G. Barrett, K. McDonald Top row: J. row.' T. Crowley, R. O'Brien, C. Reed, G. Hockfield, D. Big- Caso, R. Cole, K. Adams fvisitorj, J. Kelly, B. Wildermuth ORGA IZATIC 51 ll OFFICERS Liz McKinley Greg Gibson Kathleen O'Connell I . EBVICE CLUB Bottom row: S. Macduff, N. Black, K. McCoy, K. 0'Con- nell, L. McKinley, G. Gibson Second row: J. Ebert, B Russo, K. Baker, A. Kraemer, B. Maloney, A. Edgar, N Stocker, M. McDermott, S. Pemberton, L. Reynolds, N. Heerwagen, M. Fagley Third row: T. Hildenbiddle G. Bode, T. Anderson, T. Overocker, E. Manterfield F. Hitchcock, J. Collins, B. Mullinaux, D. Hatton, S. Gil bert, M. Risley, L. Tompkins, P. Cronk Top row: M Kluge, M. Anderson, J. Tucker, K. Wasmer, B. Mullane B. Ciulla, D. Kraus, P. O'Connell, I. Bitter, E. Warren A. Zingaro, C. Fils, C. Miegel .9 X fn.. . ENATE Bottom row: B. Roberts, T. Davies, S. McCaffrey, J. Willard, K. Las- ker, Top row: P. Lynn, M. Whit- ney, A. Sohl, L. Barnett, S. Ferris chairman, N. Nelson JUDICIARY Bottom row: B. Prezzano, L. Mc- Kinley, J. Rippe, N. Willard Top row: J. Caso, B. Fisher, T. Crow- ley, S. Ferris, J. Forrest, K. Byrne, D. Logan N1 'L 4 nlnpnuunlixl Wunuulm NS H ,gg unassuming: 11 qu, MISS Ummm ' " M RMK M U - lr 1 ' 1 - i Y ' 1 fi-'1 xx., Bottom row.' N. Newman, Secretary M. Moore, S. Adams, President M. Simmermacher fmissingj K. Ferris Middle row.'J. Rippe, L. Steigman, K. O'Con- Baker, B. Beatty, R. Ford, B. Gloger, L. Kreider, nell, Vice-President N. Heerwagen, S. Lightbody, D. Logan, N. Nelson, A. Pemberton, E. Zeifer, T. Wurzburg, W. Filkins Top row: B. Maloney, D. Advisor Mr. Behonek L' ORE I LLE A Literary Magazine J. Rippe, N. Willard, G. Richards, T. Hildenbiddle, T. Clegg, A. Besch 114 ATIGNAL HO GR OCIETY ml'- smug e x ED CROSS Bottom row: B. Sarles, J. White-A marsh, B. Wallace, M. Skeels Second row: M. Murphy, S. Mat.-f thews, B. Hagen, J. Oettinger, B Smith, T. Nelson. Third row: M Reardon, J. Malsbury, P. Fenn, A Morelli, C. George, R. Kunath, B MacDonald. Top row: K. Whit-f ney, A. Price, D. Peterman, W Filkins, C. Devins, A. Westover F. Murphy. Advisor Mr. Lipkin FRIE D CF ILLBANK ANDER C Bottom row: E. Mullane, J. Chapman, M. Risley, L. Lund- berg, P. Cole, C. Hanrahan. Middle row: L. Turner, K. O'Connell, Senior coordinator A. Chambers, Freshman co- ordinator A. Ellman, Dr. Lawner, Sophomore Coordinator M. Ludden, K. Reynolds, G. Hockfield. Top row: J. Sims, B. Clark, J. Goodman, S. Short, S. Stewart, M. Conners, J. Nolan, A. Edgar, J. Wallis fmissingl Junior coordinator P. Northrop, B. Fisher, E. Detwiler, K. Edwards, J. I-lovey S. Peckheiser, J. Strand, J. Sonneman, K. Whitney, L. Ell man, M. Fagley, N. Forrest, K. Kelly, N. Newman, K. Page K. Parsons. AKER ff' .2 Editors Norm Willard, Noel Forrest Advisors Mr. Brightbill, Mr. Boitom row: V. Dobbyn, B. Carlow, P. Seligman, D. Besch, A. Sohl,,J. Alden, L. Steigman, E. Zeifer, M. Greenwald Top row: B. O'Brien, N. Nelson, A. Besch, L. McKinley, M. Simmer- A Y T' 6'-Y fifw ', i Anderson macher, M. Whitney, S. Ferris, B. Greene, P. Sandt, J. Hanna, L. Larson, J. Smith, S. Allen fmissingj T. Hildenbiddle, G. Richards, P. O'Brien, T. Wurzburg , A I-"I 5' , 4 x , ww. 'sic- -Z z: 4 A c fs I ' Y., ,as 1:7 .- 'XX -,.4." 'Q' Bottom row: C. Meigel, Editor S. Lueder, B. Baker Top row: T, I-Iildenbiddle, S. McCaffree, G. Richards, fmissingl T. Clegg, J. Garvin, B. Strandburg, Advisor Mr. Masterson Boltom row: S. McCaffree, T. Hildenbiddle, S. Lueder, C. Sargent, K, McCoy, J. Whitbeck Miegel, B. Baker, G. Richards Top row: B. Strandburg, W. K. Hurson GREELEY TRIBUN , L. Mockler I Diamond ev , 7.1 W -if 'bg l-T35 ,T ,NNN n , if ik,-f" FRE CI-I CL Bottom row: S. Schwarz, M. Whit- ney, T. Wurzburg, H. Hyde, N. Heerwagen, L. Steigman Middle row: L. Friedman, S. Perry, M. Fuoss, N. Newman, S. Rosenthal, Miss Keoleian, M. Moore, L. Mc- Kinley Top row: J. Yoder, J. Volk- hardt, T. Ferrant, A. Price, K. O'Connell, N. Holmes, B. Simplex' RUSSIA CLUB Bottom row.' C. Chuckrow, C. Cookman, L. Fields, L. Ell- man, K. Elkins, M. Lyman, H. Reagan Top row: B. Maloney, A. Chambers, D. Besch, K. Baker, Mrs. Berns, J. Hoag l v L T' I I Q . 3 '11, ,X .X - ,. ..-I .A In '7-i. .Nfl 5 ., M, , 'fi-fl 13 ' ITALIA CL Bottom row: E. Zeifer, K. Elkins, S. Rosenthal, N. Newman Middle row: Mr. Rennhack, P. Peyraud, B. Maloney, L. Tompkins, K. Las- ker, N. Heerwagen Top row: N. Holmes, S. Smiley, M. Romano, T. Lorini K I PA I H CLUB Bottom row: Mr. Anderson, J. Perez, P. Goldwasser, B. Krasilovsky, B. McBride, P. Peyraud, M. Frizzell, I.. Kennedy, J. Perez, G. Galas, E. Zeifer, S. Buckner, D. Tompkins, E. Warren, S. Sassano, B. Grossman, Duf- Urso, A. Kraemer, K. Whitney Top row: R. Farmer, fett,A.Edgar,l.. Larson fmissingl T. Geoghegan, S. McLane, M. Hunter, B. Schrauf, A. . .' ""' K F., o-r. . 2- EHOLOGY CLUB K. Johnson, J. Berg, J. Spendelow J. Rowe, J. Diamond, J. Geller, B. Croly, L. Pollack, D. Simmer macher, Mr. St. George 120 CURBE T EVE T Bottom row: L. Bang-Jensen, L. Soo, D. Imatt, K. Schelberg Top row: B. Reis, B. Croly, J. Dia- mond, J. Hogen, C. Lee, R. Rose, B. Colbert B fs 6 an f - . In I l ii'lLiJ QMATH CLUB DEB TE CLUB Bottom row: S. Sherrill, J. Hogen, J. Baker, S. Wismer, V. Peckham Middle row.' G. Tawse, M. Ro- mano, R. Ahlin, D. Phillips, W. Dunham, K. McCarter, S. Lewis, Miss Schlozman Top row: J. Hoag, J. Whitbeck, C. Brown CIE CE CLUB Bottom row: J. Carroll, D. Sperl- ing, C. Seledee, B. Loeffler, J Nicolais, P. Benson Middle row Mr. Lowright, E. Bergman, K Fink, B. Brickner, G. Bertkau, R Pileggi Top row: T. Garbett J. Chu, K. Barnhart, R. Mc- Waters, C. Cowan, W. Simpler 'of Bottom row: Mr. Gilman, J. Spendelow, S. Graham, K. Baker, B. Loeffler Top row: E. Warren, J. Whitbeck, K. Wolff, J. Tucker B. Carroll 121 A v X 4' m -1 I is Bottom row: L. Foster, J. Kinsel, M. Roth, S. Peckheiser, N. Slack, J. Volkhardt, M. DeRosa, D. Fick, Mrs. Ho- M. Bressler Middle row: T. Geoghegan, C. Brown, D. ward Top row: B. Schrauf, J. Lederer, G. Rutherford, Koranda, L. Turner, J. Wallis, L. Davis, C. Williams, L. Pleshette,K.Chadek,S. Stewart KETCH CLUB . z 5 l I, ART CCUNCIL Sitting: P. Marsh, J. Wallace, L. Sibley Standing: J. Alden, L. Gil- burg, G. Laubach, P. Stengel, B. Hagen, T. Shortlidge, B. Carroll, P. Humes, T. Davies, Mr. Tucci, D. Hatton, fmissingl B. Taylor, M. Fagley AUDIO V SUA CLUB Bottom row: Mr. Tice, R. Robin- son, P. Goldwasser, D. Sparks, J. Olenik, J. Savino Top row: J. McNair, R. Clegg, P. Daggett, J. Tully, M. Tully, J. Crean IDU TRI L RT CLUB Bottom row: J. McCarthy, B. Buckner, E. Brown, A. Avery Top row: R. Pileggi, J. Sperling, Mr. Kluge, B. Bell, G. Wienkoop, B. Newpher, W. Little, J. Man- cusi, K. Wasmer ,,, ,AJ IDU TRI L RT CLUB Bottom row: P. Townsend, T Stebbins, T. Arrants, K. Page, M Ludden, P. Cole, S. Peckheiser, N Holmes Top row: Mr. Kluge T. Herligy, J. Whalen, G. Ruther ford, J. Pierpont, T. Lorini, J Stone 'WH Bottom row: S. Webster, B. Aldridge, J. Alfaro, B. Blacke- by, L. Foster, C. Barns, Mr. Sweet Second row: D. Sparks, E. Welber, B. Whitehorne, N. Brockway, P. McAllister, E. Barnes, D. Morelli, D. Savoy, M. Crowley, E. Jagoda Third row: C. Watt, P. Tully, J. Tucker, E. Williamson, C. Shannahan, E. Terzian, K. Schelberg, D. Allard, E. DRA CLUB 124 1. Mullane, S. Kelly, B. Betts, C. Chapman Top row: J. Bell L. Kent, M. Wiltjer, D. Steinbeck, N. Irish, J. Woods, A Krasilvosky, B. Hodge, B. Smith, A. Ballantyne, P. Whit tlesey, L. Greer, J. Bell, M. Lyman, B. Jessup, J. Burrell C. Nyren, D. Werly, E. Humes, S. Kelly TAGE Bottom row: L. Fields, J. Ross, M. Stenstrom, P. Lynn, M. K. Baum, D. Urso, L. Mockler, K. Mullane, B. Simpler Moore, B. Charlton, S. Devins, L. Steigman Middle row: M. Fuoss Top row: S. Miller, D. Coury, E. Manterfield S. Lightbody, J. Altamuro, A. Besch, P. Whalen, B. Baker, D. Phillips, H. Van Wyk, S. Shipley, J. Hoag DRA CREW II Mr. Sweet, W. Borman, D. Kuehn, 125 R. Masterson, D. Robinson, B. Buckner, W. Binger, G. Robinson 11 CC CERT CHOIR ANITA SAVARESE Accompanist ST TE CHORU Bottom row: G. Lewis, P. Cronk, J. Rippe, E. Wolfe, R. Bryant, L. McKelvey, B. Roberts, P. Lynn Top row: T. Wurzburg, P. Hamil- ton, L. Rush, D. Salvesen, T. 'g e-.', ' Delcher, J. Sassano, J. Schroeder, J. Chapman, N. Brockway, N. Smith Bottom row: J. Lederer, J. Perez T. Droesch, B. Page, J. Dienst Middle row: Mr. Visca, T. Delcher T. Dodson, D. Barron, J. Col gren, B. Barron, S. Rose, P. Clark P. Logan Top row: J. More house, J. Robertson, D. Nieren berg, K. Wiley, B. Sohl, L McKelvey Bottom row:M.Risley, M. Fagley T Arrantq S Macdulf N Black G Laubach Ilop row M Pollack C' Walker L. Ellman Middle row.'S. Rose C Goldwaqeer K Baker I DeCapr1leQ F Reed K Adamo R Farmer W Carbereon B. Carlaw, N. Newton, K. McCoy I Alden A Chambers 4,', ' 'Ulf' -1 MU IC APPRECIATIO -moggqxvllvv' Bottom row: M. Risley, M. Stenstrom. Middle row. A. Pemberton, N. Thompson, J. Ryniker, E. Mac- Kenzie, N. Slack, L. Brown, E. Welber. Top row: S. Short, J. Bray, S. Smiley, M. Romano, W. Gar- herson, W. Harris, T. Droesch, J. Willard, Mr. Rennhack. 128 M. Roth, D. Smith, K. Wolff, B. Clapham, Mr. Gee. BRASS WGODWI K. Moore, L. Cromer, J. Chu, R. Ford, E Van Brunt, Mr. Gee. EMBLE THE PIANS fs E M B L E Bottom row: L. Brown, N. Brockway. Middle row Welber, B. Smith, C. Cookman, L. C M. Moore, P. Lynn, B. Baker. Top row: S. Miller, P Whalen, D. Schuerman, E. MacKenzie, L Steigman. 129 3 if W! Ti 5 Conductor Mrs. Piller Bass: J. Diamond, P. Gibson, S. Lynch Cello: C. Brown, P. Goldwasser, D. Nierenberg, K. Page, S. Pemberton, Clarinet.' L. Kreider, N. Slack Flute: C. Chuck- row, C. Cookman, P. Hamilton, E. Welber French Horn: B. Clapham Oboe: J. Sims, L. Van Brunt Percussion: S. Allen, L. Gallager, P. Kelly, K. Ward Saxophone: R. Cowan, R. DRCHE TRA Wolff Tuba: C. Kubie Viola: B. Mann, A. Pemberton Vio lin.' J. Amadon, B. Bender, K. Bierbach, S. Clark, C. Daniel son, L. Guida, L. Lewis, W. Nierenberg, A. Ollen, C. Pem berton, D. Smiley, N. Smith Ford Trombone: S. Allen, C. Barns, D. Dietrick, W. Garber- son, J. Spendelow Trumpet: B. Buckner, B. Strandburg, K. 'rf 1"2'.'t 3' 5 AN Percussion:S. Allen, R. Cunningham, B. Dunham, L. Gal- lager, M. Greco, K. Ward. Clarinel: B. Beatty, D. Cromer, M. Freeman, F. Hitchcock, L. Krieder, K. Moore, J. Rob- ertson, F. Schwark, J. Smith, B. Sohl, N. Thompson, J. Tucker. Trumpet: S. Allen, B. Buckner, J. Geller, S. Graham, J. Kron, P. Logan, L. McKelvey, J. Meller, P. O'Connell, L. Pollock, D. Smith, B. Strandburg, G. Wein- koop, S. Wismer, K. Wolff. Trombone: J. Baker, C. Barns D. Salvesen, J. Spendelow. Flute: C. Cookman, P. Hamil ton, B. Leukroth. Saxophone: R. Cowan, R. Ford, C. Ha- zelwood, H. McCulluch. French Horn: B. Clapham. Tuba D. Krause, C. Kubie, M. Roth. Baritone: B. Harris, R Rose. Oboe: L. Van Brunt. Director Mr. Gee. V," 'Sl ,nn U J'--ef.:-g,. A A , . . "' ,h : '1,.- ' -- 'N . .-- H ,511 .,. .'f:q.-' . Q-:',.,,.,L... g ., ur.. i' up 'mf w . 'L ,, 4 wg' -A:lv."L L+, K Q. .. ,iff r-X 4 3595 wr 4344 4 l'lFf2Qp 'lm '-M :fa r ."1" U Q 'if' ..f.' w ,' ., ML- ww' 4111 ,.. "' M ,, f Q4 , if 'L' .,,.. I ef, 'm'v9.e's,t-ml .chi 'yfvm 'N-'K-.M A rg 'Www WMA. ', .M 'aw' 4. Q: in 5 ng LW-I, f h.l3z..1 .-:N lf- . , M - W ' ' , " 1 ,A ' y-'L, " N'-Af' " ' '. 5l"':' ' 'lf' .u"" 'Q - ffur -W" ' 4 Q.--A , . 5' 1 M4 - ' -, L 0- 'g - , M, "1 N , f.w.g ., sf 5, J- ,- ',,+,,,, . ,,. . .. , . , . .. -. -. .- - .-A1-v ' -"' Y "VW , ' 7 ".' wld- - ,A 'W-" f ,"" , ... 1 ' "I 'wif AFM ' fav- - . 1. . - , . .L-' C .. . 1 ...A A" Q,-'.. 3 44.1 , x 1' 'P lj M'- X 1 fda! ,V fe MAJORETTES N. Smith, H. Ferrant, Captain C. Hough, P. Weinland, M. Toole, Cmissingl J. Pond, D. Shaw VARSITY CLUB Bottom row: J. Caso, President D. Salvesen, Vice-President kins, R. Cole Top row: D. Logan, B. Forsyth, D. Smith, B. R. Stebbins, E. Orsenigo, R. Barilli, J. Carstens, Secretary Ciulla, K. Parsons, B. Fick, C. Devins, J. Morehouse fmiss- J. Kelly, G. Walker, D. Moore, M. Tully, Treasurer W. Fil- ingl L. Kreider ll .- if KI 'M I K OFFICIALS 'I' CLUB .. . ,Q Bottom row: L. Stanley, M. 'I'oole, S. Novak, D. Wismer Middlf' row: M. Moore, L. Bang-Jensen, P. Smith, K. Grunow, P. Stengel, G. Walker, A. Moore 'l'op row: Miss Reuter, S. Page, B. Leuk- roth, P. Northrop, T. Nelson, E. Weber, T. Mante PPARATU CLUB Bottom row: J. Baker, C. Roberts, M. Pillon, C. Watt, J. Mancusi, S. Hodge, B. Barnes, C. Ivins, A. Bauers Second row: J. Yoder, M. Pillon, M. Ludden, A. Moore, D. Allen, R. Savarese, P. Northrop, C. Brand, P. Mahoney, P. Nelson Third row: Miss Reuter, M. Dillon, L. Gilburg, i l 7 A. ,ALA Bottom row.' N. Herbert, M. Fuoss, J. Altamuro, L. Ellman, A. Pemberton, K. Ratledge, P. Peyraud Middle row: A. Chambers, M. Adams, S. Light- body, S. Angus, J. Strand, S. Allen, S. Perry Top row: Miss Gorman, N. Findlan, C. Gold- wasser, S. Duffett, J. Chapman, H. Van Wijk, B. Frizzell, Mrs. 4' ""-11,1 .vo NI llll 'S Q.. 1. FUTURETEACHER OF BHHHC PLAYER CLUB 'i ll La Bottom row: J. Baker, I. Stearn, D. Conant, B. Hatton, S. Gregory, J. Baum Middle row: L. Cromer, S. Pemberton, M. Binger, A. Schreiner, M. Holden, C. Dem- char,N. Brussel-Smith, K. Lagreze Top row: D. Fellows, M. Logan, K. Miller, S. Scott, M. Pillon, N. Bender, A. Ellman, C. Fritz, L. Peer, C. Fountain, L. Conant EVENING OF THE ARTS Cb." y Q xff ffl' , 1 9 C. Brand, N. Nelson captain, T. Mante, S. Heyes, B W Q54 X qu., fn. T 'wg "5-,Ks v"l",-fffg,3'i -' . Mgkvywgif 'ri f-was-x."KA"'f""ix' AA ' ...M f,, ski? A: W . QQ-S 4. f 495' c'Et9r.'-.Y. .,,, -.- - 'EQIWVX .:"f ' 1565'- XAWQ uid-, X- , , , x ,U - , 1 . ,W- "'-" . 4 vu I 1 ,gl 1 .if I rx K. -,Ui J 4' f' Q xl!! X 21 PX 4 J,x ' x ' N4 'K I ffx N x IN f N N X :lx I NA x 7 x X 1 ,JN 4 x I 'V I H '-l X I V, 1 J 4 X I , 1 IN, 1 x4 1 - X 1 f ff - 1 Y 1 X' 1 N , lf , fx x 1 xf xx 'Q . x" . ,Z ,fuk I- X, X, I K , f, ,li x ' 4 X W ' f f , 'fx 1 4 I , 4 1 4 ! I 1 x M ' xl ' f ' I f '-X ' X ' . 1' N ' . N . , , x , f 1 'U f-' Leader Council: P. Lynn, T. Mante, T. Davies, N. Ferris, Advisor Miss Irwin LEADER Bottom row: L. Barnett, N. New ton, M. Moore, T. Taylor, G Galas Middle row: B. Cerlaw S. Duffett, R. Savarese, M. Car roll, M. Williamson, N. Laun, T Nelson Top row: K. Byrne, D Peterman, G. Walker, G. Meyers J. Goodman, W. Nierenberg, C Geil hash' sn. . 'in T? Herbert, J. Chapman, M. Simmermacher, President S. CURP Bottom row: A. lVloore, P. Nelson, G. Hockfield, N. Stocker Ml'ddlcf row: H. Ferrant, K. Reynolds, L. Maloney, lVl. Tetelman, D. Giglia, D.Wismer, D. Bigelow, P. Devins, J. Baker, P. Cole Top row: M. Ludden, E. Weber, C. Holden, P. Smith, B. Leukrotb, S. Novak, M. Toole, S. Pemberton, P. Stengel, L. Brooks, S. Stewart, M. Schipa ff' l l Second Team: P. Lynn, Honorable Mention: C. Holden, Coach: Miss Irwin, First Team: B. Roberts, P. O'Brien TUY ESA 'H ia kv CJ , FIRST TEAM-Bottom row: P. O'Brien, B. Roberts, P. Lynn, P. Schlick, T. Mante, Top row: H. Van Wijk, C. Holden, L. McKinley, S. Doerschuk, M. Dillon, Cmissingl J. Benjamin HOCKEY I i l' I-lfsxf, -'x.J THIRD TEAM-Bottom row: T. Taylor, S. Fay, M. Frizzell, C. Geil, S. Page, C. Miegel, W. Nierenberg, M. Toole, S. Gregory, C. Roberts fmissingj K. Miller, R. Saverese f l W if f uh if 'J SECOND TEAM-Standing: L. Stanley, A. Sohl, J. Allen, C. Lewis, D. Bigelow, M. Logan, M. Ludden MacDonald, N. Laun, L. Peer, S. Scott, D. Fellows, D. Sitting: M. Moore Cmissingl N. Brockway . M v X' Q Y. .Q . H J - A . '1 - x M- ' . .I X - . N 7 I W I . CAPTAINS L FOURTH TEAM-Top row: A. Ellman, J. Baker, Selig- l K man, S. Peckheiser, L. Brooks, S. Carey, L. Reynolds, B. Betts, E. Lossing, B. Hatton 'f .1 fi , jk ., M ll 'M' ..f.v Q U ,,,. .V 1 r . .. Q 1.x 7' N' "' I Ill . ' ,v gl- K X ., K .. S n,XQ' 'pl i ' ft. . I .Q . ' F37 FIRST TEAM: R. Schoenfeld, S. Ferris, P. Stengel, S. Heyes Ccaptainl, P. Smith, K. Kinyon, M. Carroll X filklyj F. I J' ' 'wiv -'J , f fglf S---.M-4 4 1 uw-' 146 ,. lr 'K VOLLEYBALL FOURTH TEAM Bottom row: D. Wismer, T. Nelson fcap- tainl, P. Cole, M. S. Spinella Top row: L. Kinyon, M. Holden, L. Sibley, R. Kunath 1 5' ' W.-. .. . L 3 as Q. 5 .2 3 1 s it M W SECOND TEAM Bottorfz wwf B. Wallace, L. soo, D. Coover, G. Walker Top row: J. Volkhardt, J. Sonneman, N. Findlan fcaptainl, J. Ebert TEM THIRD TEAM Bottom row: C. Hughes, K. Ivans, E. Me- yers, A. Moore Top row: M. L. Simmermacher, K. Grunow fcaptainj, P. Nelson, R. Shotwell CAPTAINS: Left to Right, K. Grunow, S. Heyes, Miss Wagner, T. Nelson, N. Findlan 147 A KETBALL TEAMS Captams , . Q . W., 1 .,x 'IW S. Gregory, L. Peer, D. Fellows, J. Baker, M. Logan, P. Luttman, M. Toole Center: L. Burke Second Team JW xxml' 1--K.--ww Top Row: M. Ludden, G. Walker, L. Cornell, J. Wallace Bottom Row: P. Smith A. Moore, L. Stanley, D. Bigelow, S. Page Third Team an 1 l mw- VARSITY TEAM S-nr' Bottom row: W. Kramer, D. Borman, J. Spendelow, E. Stebbins, J. Kelly. Top row: Coach Snyder, M. Tully, Brown. Middle row: T. Delcher, S. McLean, B. Ciulla, T. W. Filkins, R. Farmer, D. Smith. WRE TLI VARSITY RECORD Opponent Horace Greeley Ossining 28 26 Dobbs Ferry 18 33 Yorktown 29 14 Peekskill 15 33 Lakeland 18 29 Fox Lane 20 27 Lakeland 16 27 Ossining 18 28 John Jay 6 38 Peekskill 16 29 Carmel 19 29 Yorktown 19 23 Fox Lane 32 14 Harrison 11 40 Won 11 Lost 3 NWIL Co-champions for the third straight year with Fox Lane and Yorktown. Division III Co-champions with Hendrick Hud- son with 79 points. Finished third in Section I among 30 schools-best ever with 30 points! ,....-si .i . Lal: X ,. he J.V. TEAM Botlom row: D. Hatton, J. McCarthy, L. Pollock, D. Sper- Bell, J. MacNair, J. Morehouse, L. Flewellen, P ling, P. Weber, M. Harbaugh, M. Phillips, P. Lodge, R. Kelly. Russo. Top row: B. Borman, T. Crowley, T. Ferrant, B. -w-Jnnwv. -- Y v- -f . .- , -. . ' ' X- nun., 3--rf.---.,.. - N '. ,- -vw--1 ---H . . . Bottom row: T. Olmstead, R. Lewis, T. Stebbins, R. Barilli, R. Barilli, D. Moore, J. Kelly, A. Westover, C. Steinbeck, T. Hurd, T. Delchar, J. Collins Middle row: D. Hughes, D. Reppert, R. Fick, T. Moran, A. Bradley, K. Parsons, J. Moorehouse, D. Salvesen, A. DeAnzeris, S. Bowers, J. Pier- pont, T. Crowley, M. Tully Top row: Coach Snyder, J Russell, T. Ferrant, T. Love, R. Moore, D. Smith, J. Hoag J. Tucker, J. Beeson, W. Filkins, R. Cole, C. Kreisler, J DeCapriles, G. Gibson, Coach Perrelle VAR ITY FOCTBALL Co-Captain D. Moore, Coach Perrelle, Co-Captain J. Kelly lv OPPONENT GREELEY Nanuet 0 13 Harrison 32 6 Joel Barlow 6 20 Yorktown 20 13 Peekskill 1 5 O P'Vi11e 7 0 Fox Lane 7 ' 7 -..---.......,..... Record 2-4-1 ri M. Q . Jim- vw Alam' 1, 5.-' ,fff'1,'-I-' TL 'Q,,,e wry 4. Lg? M -.5".': -418.101- if M1 .v A gy . m, - h mv . 3211 -4.- ,,.A . -. 4-HK! AQ- .Q .f iffy-f'--2 I "Wm 1 T 'T 14 .A , mf F' , gb iii- ,. Qi. w K 6 f 'A . -w -unsung.-4...g,-w,-K, qqp .. ,- ,- 754-. ev- .v -.-...: ,M J.V. FOOTBALL Bottom row: B. Wolfe, J. Sassano, K. McDonald, S. Heck, B. B. Reis, M. O'Brien Top row: Coach Pasquale, T. Harrison, Prezzano, R. Ofstie, P. Gibson Middle row: Coach Jenarro, P. D. I-Iartung, P. O'Connell, A. Dixon, B. Lombardi, J. Brizzard, Clarke, J. Kinsel, B. Renner, B. Mullane, S. Bueti, B. Miegel, B. Paulding Ti", Ql',Q-mf, . .4 .L . . -f ik 'DW ' A 1 9 H zfffii' J fx ,gf .A . w ' r 1 N Q? ' in fm Q 1".Y1".L.TQlP'7 ilfjlinl. -'U 9 If-'fhrgkmrt 'ff' Af: P. -.."2' '9'v'. LYVELL' r 1.1 FL ...v...-.-, ..,,.1w-...,. -4-..-..-.., .v,, - ,. . -- 1 Co-Captain J. Caso, Co-Captain F. Murphy, Co-Captain E. Orsenigo Bottom row: M. Fountain, M. Whelan, J. Perez, B. Ciulla K. Barnhart, J. Caso, E. Orsenigo, F. Murphy, P. Lappe, S. McLean, R. Farmer, J. Reynolds, B. Buckner, G. Busch ini Middle row: Coach Hall, B. Chafin, W. Buschini, B OPPONENT GREELEY Ossining 0 4 Yorktown 1 1 John Jay 0 6 Lakeland 0 3 Fox Lane 1 1 Rye 2 3 Ossining 2 3 2 Yorktown 0 1 John Jay 0 2 Lakeland 1 3 Fox Lane 2 1 Rye 1 2 Harrison 0 2 Record 10-1-2 VAR ITY A' A CCE McBride, E. Warren, G. Orsenigo, J. Carstens, B. For- sythe, C. Devins, R. Coughlin, W. 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Borman, P. Weber, B. Page, B. Fallon, Lasko, R. Skeels, M. Harbough, J. Robertson, G. Baggett, J. Perez, D. Taylor Middle row.' L. Marks, B. Smith, B. D.Kraus, S. McLane, B. Mulcahy, P. Schomaker, K. Wiley, Clapham, J. McCarthy, P. Kelly, R. Rose, D. Sperling, J. W. Binger, S. Newman, J. Colgren, E. Brown, E. Schomaker. Hogen, B. Mann, L. Hildenbiddle, J. Berkau, J. Meller, R. K. Ward, M. Larsen,J. Roth, T. Dodson Cmanagerl -' fl q.',.,,g"a,1. MF NJ AQ J I 5 . I .fi ' an ... 'f "ur,--. , 1' ' me in -'r..,.""'f- QW' gg, .1 ,fs 158 , 'is-V.. . 4 2,fW v I 1 Q 1 Q ,qw , 1. f m' '.5u 1 -...J Lu. -Q fi 521-Vff"J9 W .,. ,., 5 r- . V ' 55'?1'2"?Pf:"""':. " 'M f'.',5T"-"' -F f-fy.,-+2::.2.'f, IQ--53,-vff.?--,am A wtf.-1.4-.i,:-fr"-sr 'W' '- 4-" '- ' ' ..."g,L ' -1" ...Q , : , , ' " A X 1 1 - 1, ,-',E,'.,,3'1ig':-'TT'I"',..!:pgLj'4'g',-'. .J LC' A :.' ' L i, ,Jv:-Nw N' rf'3!9f:,:"z:-5249"'NI-f+??"""fRT:gf7L 5-54?-Jiff mf, 'T '3'J2-V15 WP- . -X -1. . .:: . ,- 'Q -pg., - -. 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' 1'-'v,,.-- ,MMP-L. -- . - JS-?f .-U A U.-5 -5 ouffkl . 27 TW V5 V I ,sum-'x Cl ,Ln E D VARSITY TEAM RECORD Opponent Horace Harrison 79 John Jay 46 Ossining 54 Elmsford 49 Rye Neck 50 Yorktown 49 Peekskill 64 Pleasantville 35 Fox Lane 57 Lakeland 59 Pleasantville 53 Ossining 72 Peekskill 116 Carmel 57 Yorktown 48 Fox Lane 37 7-11 Total 4-6 League f 1,7 X Greeley 39 63 33 48 47 59 54 38 66 44 40 46 67 68 68 55 4 X74 Bottom row: J. Caso, T. Harrison, J. Rippe, J. Griffin, R Lewis, Coach Perrelle Top row: C. Coy, B. Chafin, G. Orsen igo, D. Reppert, J. Carstens, P. Jantzen, B. Colbert 5 ' 9 V-ew-,2----. BASKETBALL 1964 - 1965 'in 4 nf X 1 M :ilu 'Q as Y J . A ,I , W . 1 J K S X fn, X . 3 ' f Q df- suv .. ,ig X l "' 4 E HK w. J -Q I .,' - o o 0 'vi 1 1 T "'lT?'3" - W' 1 in A ,. 1 ftfr l . ' l V ? f ' J . J .X f 'r""" Q 24 30 . 40 l I 1 722 Bottom row: R. Ofstie, J. Kinsel, P. Clarke, L. Hildenbiddle D. Hartung, J. Welles, A. Dixon Top row: Coach Wallace, D Simmermacher, J. Beeson, T. Murray, J. Sassano, J. Robert son, D. Laubach F23 4 Ft' V-r'.'A . A gb... 'QQ 'Un wb'-'sp ,Q ,xf and wt' . -"1 .hyagg 3 bqn- .nv x lg-'I raw w, an .,. 6 'ir-mira 'T ,ferns rm, 'f'Xf'5Ng I W , it-' b ' " ,ff 1" W , I ' Q.. VA. --yd- ,sf :sn-A-mx., f .ul M . -..M N- A V . -'A , - 5 n. A ww - " ---.l W n 0 'UH 'pig 4? 1 E, X x, -' fl'il's'lo'eA+-- 0 it in 'S+ r-Q-+QeffA-., 'QOQQ ,MQ . 1 PO+++??l" 4 Q76 4 sl Q ii. " + 44+-4 '+l.'+?+If' klikq 'Q' --I 'A 6 Q 1 ' pg:-.N I x .vfl Cie ' 'WF' ,JCL 9' A' ahnln ' ,L . JI' 1 WT, v,31x 5? . ff a H7 .AVF ' 1,4 9455 , , .. , A . , , Rfk . ,.- , 1 S mx' ffl ggfkxx M E., 7. 13' fv- DEAR MR. and MRS. CASO, FROM ALL OF US THANK YOU! CLASS '65 'wav 'fi CS, -0 Q 5 0 Xaou utr?" fb, A 4 Q C.. ' ll A 'Cf' 'ffl wi xn1wPtv"' f': f 4. x ,V -.2 I 1 ! I I 1 I ini vi. 4K Q ' J ,r Andi' , K ,5x....- Bottom row: P. Hitchcock, P. Logan, J. Meller Top row: J. Crean, R. Ford, W. Forsyth, L. Kreider Coach: Mr. Geller DOOR TRACK --ll it xr-:Wm """ .Ma-.1-.,.. sv. 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CEntrol 8-4451 THE GREELEY COUNTRY STORE Chappaqua, New York M Fox Sz Sutherland ' " '-477171: The 'Jule . . , Store Retailers of: 1 f - '- 1 Y Books, Records, Stationery g l, jj1' P- MY-5' 382 King and Supplies F: f' ,lgij -S Street ' 15 Moger Avenue N A Q CEntroI 8-3553 Mount Kisco, New York 3 A 1 f Closed Tuesday CEWQI 8-4439 COMPLIMENTS OF THE WORLD WILLIAM WEBER, OF SPORTS FLQRIST, INC. 413 King Street Chappaqua, New York Chappaqua, New York CEntral 8-3211 ELLIS PHOTOGRAPHERS 47 Mamaroneck Avenue WHITE PLAINS, NEW YORK Official Photographer for the Quaker '65 GOOD LUCK CHAPPAQUA PAINT 81 WALLPAPER 62 King Street John D. Williams, Prop. Customing Framing Done On Premises Cartisano's Shoe Store 2 1 King Street Chappaqua p CEntra1 8-3876 ikifsthidof ,. CHAPPAQUA.NN. Robin Hood Realty Insurance - quick, courteous service Real Estate - sales and guidance Building - quality contemporaries Florida properties - retirement homes and investment opportunities 55 North Bedford Chappaqua, New York CEntral 8-4414 Office Remodeling GREELEY TAILOR CLOTHES OF QUALITY Designed to Refine NICK BUETI, Proprietor 35 South Greeley Avenue Choppoquo, New York CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS TWT Compliments of AMERICAN OIL COMPANY T' CEntral 8-4788 - Anthony 8z Cleopatra Chappaqua, New MARTY MOTORS MOUNT KISCO , HAIRSTYLIST NEW YORK 419 King Street oLosMos1LE CADILLAC York MOunt Kisco 6-4181 Congratulations from WAl.TER'S PAINT PIEBES' AUTO SALES 8 PAPER SHOP CORPORATION 59 Main sneer MOUNT KISCO, Kisco, N. Y. Mo 6-asso NEW YORK Y ' 1 COMPLIMENTS Qiffofewfoys OF browse at: Eton THE KITTLE HOUSE Westport Z1 43 Monville Rd. Pl 'II , MOUNT Kisco, NEW YORK nlllrke Compliments to the CLASS OF 1965 A. T. HOULIHAN, INC. REALTORS Bank Bldg., 83 So. 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