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

 - Class of 1965

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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!

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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

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