Montclair High School - Amphitheatre Yearbook (Montclair, NJ)

 - Class of 1953

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IV' 5'-3. -., H . fr '5 '- .5 0.1 '43 Q A5- 9.3-, ' 4 '04 Lo ., A , S A 'a .fn N7 Q -3 ZJXIUJZIILWI Mr Ferguson was born un Boston Massachusetts and upon hus graduation from Bos ton English Hugh School entered Clark Unuversuty where he studied for hus bachelor and masters degrees As an undergraduate at Clark he receuved an all around athletic award for hus abuluty un several of the college s mauor sports He later dud graduate work at Rutgers Columbia and New York unuversutues Mr Ferguson taught history economics and English and assisted un coaching foot ball and baseball for several years un hugh schools un Provincetown and Milton Massa chusetts and Ridgewood and New Brunswick New Jersey before becoming pruncupal of a uunuor hugh school un Akron Ohuo un l92O He was also pruncupal of Battun Hugh School un Elizabeth for two years before comung to Montclaur un l926 Mr Ferguson has always thought of educatuon un a broad sense and has made a name not only for himself but also for the school un all parts of the country His repu tatuon for hus abuluty as an organuzer and admunustrator won hum a place on many com muttees and educatuonal organuzatons He us a past presudent of well known organuza tuons such as the New Jersey Hugh School Teachers Association the New Jersey Sec ondary School Principals Association the Headmasters Association the New Jersey Council of Education and the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools Mr Ferguson has also been an actuve member of the College Entrance Exam unatuon Board and a lufe member of the Department of Superuntendence of the National pruncupal Mr Ferguson was awarded an honorary degree of doctor of letters by Prince ton Unuversuty un l947 Through hus membership on educatuonal commuttees Mr Ferguson has kept abreast with the best of modern trends and thought He has generously unterpreted hus own vuews on educatuon to parents and other educators Through hus articles an several leadung educatuonal magazines uncludung School and Sorzetrx and Progress: e Educatzon he has expressed his vuews on modern educatuon to thousands of teachers and pruncupals un other cuties throughout the country Mr Ferguson has always been aware of school standards and guven the intelligent and personal leadership which has kept a hugh record for the school He has receuved the respect of pupils and teachers alike for hus abuluty to compromise when he sees that ut would be to the best advantage of the school and to remain steadfast when he belueves he us rught Before he has decuded any umportant question Mr Ferguson un the best democratic fashion has consulted other people and guven fair consuderatuon to their pount of vuew The Student Faculty here un the hugh school has been of partucular unterest to hum and a source of pride to hum He has always enjoyed meetung with the students to dus cuss a problem The students wull remember hum for hus dugnufued manner un conducting meetungs and assemblies and hus faur consuderatuon of theur pount of vuew Dugnufued but yet approachable he has been a popular and forceful pruncupal There can be no doubt that Mr Ferguson s leavung will be a loss to the school and his many friends He departs with the best wushes of the enture student body and their suncere hope for hus continued success un whatever new undertaking he shall pursue 3 O U Education Association. In recognition of his outstanding record as a, secondary school 5 Cy!! Cwifflilldfil NICHOLAS DIOTES Nlck a member of the Class of I954 showed romuse of h com ng a g eat athlet Although qulet and reserved he possessed an excellent sense of humor Hrs clrcle of trnends was as wade as has varlety ot Interests cinawfezfgmenf We of the Amphltheatre Staff wlsh to express our gratltude to Muss Cope Muss Holland and Mr McCIasI4ey for thenr generous and wullung assustance whlch made thus I 953 yearbook posslble A vote of apprecuatuon goes to Mr Bello s class whlch has typed the maternal In our book The accurate typmg was done by the followmg fourteen gurls NANCY ARMSTRONG FRANCES CAPLJTO ALICE COBB DORIS CONN LORETTA DREW ANNA LOMBARDI FLORENCE LOMBARDI JEAN POMARICO ANNE ROBINSON MARIAN SHARPE DONNA TESTA ANN THOMPSON JANET ZAITZ JOAN ZAITZ We also wish to thank Rlchard Cardlnal a tumor who devoted consvderable tnme to solucutmg ads for our class 4 I . , y p. -e J. r .e, . . ,. , . Q 7s . . , . , , wfagw lt has been three years sunce our shnp was furst launched Durung that tsme at has come through many dufferent voyages wnthout a shup wreck and us now about to put unto port for the last tume Some of the pas sengers are only transfernng to other shlps where they wnll saul further For others llfe on the land as now the more attractlve However everyone has a certaln feelung of loyalty for the shlp he IS leaving behlnd He reallzes that the captaln and crew have done thenr best and have always succeeded ln keepsng the shlp afloat through all rough weather Navlgatlon has some tlmes been dlffncult but those ln charge have carefully steered the course straight and true In the shvps log the records have been fauthfully kept There one can see the many below deck actlvltues whuch have enlnvened the trap the celebrltles who have spent thenr tame aboard shnp preparlng for bugger and better thmgs and even the landlubbers who have often brought fame and honor to their ship but who have never gone overboard nn victory or defeat Our shup has not been a shlp of war Passengers and crew alnke have settled thenr disagreements peacefully wlth no threat of mutlny Now we hope we can carry thls Idea unto a world where war has brought death to many people We hope that without any feelung of superuorlty to those who have served on other shlps we wull do our share un the search for peace As we flnally approach the shore and prepare to drop anchor we thunk agaun of the many friends we have made and thnngs we have done We fund that our passports are IH order out before we go we fare a last salute to those we leave behlnd us 5 . . . A v x . v O H L1 LF K ZGEFUHQUF1 J U A Q s-f ' ' Q Q E46 ff Z All L F- CD ...E ' 57 Q W ' X WW ,,4, Q,f Q G L, Q ' X of G CD f Q 0 V x X !QHp JN 7' , A Vx N -'40 - llfi.. 4 ' 3 V12 - " " zzzgafi my 'L MLW W Maw C S MGUNTIE x X 83 4 Q Q ' X' limi! 5' Z2 M wml h' Q H ,aff lik NxIl1ff L '. I ."' " . U' ' ' -' ' ' . .. ' I, .. " " I' f Vw X ' V X X U XXX gl' JLUIFJ .L j X X 'l" um., u... X X :Ill 0 ? . A J Z. 1,1 " K , X x , XKQXX if ' -5 "1 , "X ff? gSL..- ' X S My f ' Yr r ?""'ff 7 X ' fr 1 ' -I f L DR, HAROLD A, FERGUSON Principal Q GRACE WHITE , Secretary C36 fa' WILMA J. MCVEIGH Dean of Girls WILLIAM C. HEUGH Assistant Principal ? Constance L. Clunan Barbara E. Liversidge Carol E. Clark Q -CC ROLAND BARKER Director of Guidance MARGARET MURPHY College Adviser J ENGLISH Seated: Mary E, Holland Esther Benz Shirley Meek Mary G. Hardrely NataliQV. Ark trong J -f XZ. 57' fl Standing: Albert E. Grover John P, Roberts Leslie G. Bird Harry B. Priest Morris Goldberger MUSIC William R. McClellan Sayward F. Rowell IO f x f x it ,el Gi N , n I vgfe is itil ,Emmy S B 99" t MfrxxTHEMATics W U, 9 - Standing: TA Robert Steinhart William J. Filas K John W. King X. Byron A. Ladd Myron Doherty Seated: Edgar P. Leach Wil? V HKN1 I I I SOCIAL STUDIES First Row: Alice A. Johnson Lorna Sand Lila V. North Second Row: Alice Bubriski Kenneth Waterman Angelo Fortunato Robert W. Hallett SCIENCE First Row: Charles A. Freytag Sheila T. Feustel Frederick Seelbach Second Row: Gail M. Bradbury Myron Doherty Byron A. Ladd MV 'I-v PQ-IFSMJL V,x.t+f.iG1I u", 1-"X SL! ' V ll ' suv, L I, i . "f" f A i " ff 7 , fx X 'f I X ini E 3X ef 1 ,1 Effqbf' ,..- A M . in sf L xi L m y FOREIGN LANGUAGES Persis M. Cope Narka Ward Eugene C. Mazzola Eiinor T, Rice Orrin R. Ferry Joan Crew COMMERCIAL Standing Z Charles W. Chittirn John F, Landgraf Seated: Bertha P. Stevenson TunisJ. Bello Edna E. Ream SCHOOL NURSE Ruth H. Roy hx- Vwlr, yLf, u1..Lf ' su Q "',5Y.fr 1 --ff 'f' 'vflllx .xfnq egg A E - UN -L -T QL Lili' 43 fi .15 "!L'-fk"kx9-fcfufx, -mi X51 r J ARTS Standing: Frederick W. Landers Vernon P. Maxham Julia W. Vance Seated: Arthur J. McCIaskey Grace M. Cowles Norman A. Gathany I 1 I is HEALTH EDUCATION Ann Miller Julia M. Ryan Jean Jamieson HEALTH EDUCATION Ciarence O. Anderson Carl B, Newman Norman J, Manstieid 13 CHARLOTTE RAETZER Art Editor 91- JUDY EVANS Assistant Editor BOB BANKS LOWELL LOCKETT Co-Chairman of Advertising Business Manager X, I I BARBARA RICE Assistant Literary Editor GABY KREBS Assistant Photography Editor li, I I 15 'Rf' X BARBARA VAN NESS Literary Editor , Q 14' I A iii SUSAN ALBACH NANCY HAYES Co-Chairman of Advertising Chairman of Circulation I uv - X 'X 1 iv , ROGER TONER Editor-in-Chief DAN I EL HOOVEN Photography Editor BUSINESS STAFF Uday ffeeheds WRITING STAFF Marilyn Brassell Pete Bond Philippa Claude Sheila Dwyer Rodney Edwards Fred Forshay Connie Herz Barbara Hobbie Carol Horowitz Pete Johnson Marcia Lancaster Joan Mansfield Carol Millar Carol Murphy Edward Nelson Pat O'ConnelI John Pritchard Ann Robinson Barbara Sulzer Clifford Worthen David Zelisse I4 ART STAFF Neal Crozier Angela Duffy Judy Evans Beverly Frimmer Priscilla Herrington Barbara Howard Caroline Kennedy Arnold Mulder Jane Nebergall Stuart Nickerson Virginia Perruso Charlotte Raetzer K Josephine Asilo Betsy Bishop Helen Brigham Alys Brown Eleanor Brown Ginny Davis Maureen Duffy Lucy Emerson Barbara Leitzow Tom Russell Le Roy Williams PHOTOGRAPHY Dick Clapp Daniel Hooven Gabby Krebs Arnold Mulder Pete Rutledge STAFF X XXZMZ Qwxs Xxx 'ME I - lfs A fxx W' o Og Q ,IS Q fb' t19X5'v '5 0 Q GSA? fm 94,39 ' 4 'A UUUDEJ 4 if M Q U ! . 1 X1 J . 7? Q" x x g, Q x 2 I S2 if Vg s 1' ' 1' I 5 .43 + '- S XX, S k..f + Xf A 33 'N T4 . H Q gd f it 9 V . 596 10 N .Af 21 C Q .AAJ ll 'W Lf""' Y 'Q gil? , l v 4 X , X I f n - 5 f " 'l x I ' ' ' N' Q 6 O 0 AWE Mfg xx ' X'-N s -J 'X 6.49 sz , f7l2nUX "4 01 Q-ff? Gag fa M K J5 ae erm wr fggg Seated 3 Mildred Pelullo Vice Preside t Alien Brown President Standing: Peter Johnso Treasurer Gaby Krebs Secretary 6 za QD C , ,fp QVC l f g- In xl FL ,IA lnrxy j i--- -- I !r'l!.ll!'l!l - ,-,ai G ' ' defzfazl gaufzczf Seated: Jackie Reddick Lois Fresher Marilyn Brassell Sheila Dwyer Joyce Austin Millie Pelullo Standing: Gaby Krebs Dave Dunham Nancy Hayes Charles Luciano Allen Brown Nick Pond Pere Johnson iv av. r fx llxx , XX .ry 1 .Q Q' JOSEPH F, ABBOTT "Adolfe" Quietness, laughter, strength --and all in one boy, Dm M f 9 ,ak . i.,v1!4 IQ 7-0,1 la? ,ffiu JM' X411 fifty.. ff mt' , . If , ,fig my -..,,f!rL . 'Lani lv. , 14 " .. .Ac-, L 1,4- 7171, X-EGL v' I L, fa TaY,:'fl! t. 'D69"" .4 1" ' I , - J' df "'f'," ' U , . - . 7 y ,,- 11.1 1 up . -' f '. fl' ,, -'ICJ If ll" Q aw . J' ' JJ ,af I , GWENDOLYN P. ALLEN "Gwen" A reserved nature belied a twinkling eye, .W ui-A . Qu iw" Xl ALMA D. ADAMS HAI.. Her personality reigns when everything else fails. l' , 1 V . A -S' s ., 'NL R-.s . '-.-.'i .' X- t V- X-. N PAUL ADAMS "Pete" Serious or carefree as the case may bei ji' E T, L a!ZviilL,!w.',fa7L frlffjx, L 044121. N X ALGY N, ALLEN HAI.. A soundless breeze that is jug above a kwhisper. L-Cher V 1. v , I kr-li-'XlV1,f'1gJ x D S' Y-Ns.x y t Ly N vxi.. X,,,.l1Qf', - 1 0141, .V-A Wx 'X-,xx lf-5: E I 1 xx ' X N ,l AN' 'C D K., T, p: , VL -X, sg, X- xg-H, Yr. R A .Ts L Nix.. -LL - x tx Q-r. ..- ' ' ' ' ,' bl'-llf V' - s 1 . n , X' A' 1 I l pgskhgi-'HEJ gun wenadwnchem- f-I+, was mee, DIME! wtwwxwffiif F155 - CJ BETTY L. ANDERSON You can see she's attractive you'll find out she is charm- ing. RUTH ANDERSON "Ruthie" A mischievous imp dances in her eyes. 'Q F: N"x'x-' i ,gl V' Klwr li X ,- ' -r , l'n Plat- Ok N, -KXL t, xux . s ' 32 lyvi x ll X t' 'gl K ,N A , K i-vx" 'A .Li..df4:' KLL NANCY E. ARMSTRONG Those who embrace life will reap its rewards. x B If f, lf. I i JOYCE ELAINE AUSTIN She is as sportiye as the fawn. MARY LOU BAKER A positive direction veiled with a poetic tendency. NY r-1' lx if MARILYNN E, BAILEY All the charm, grace, and sincerity of a lady. if :.'--' ' 'T-- V' WILLIAM T, BAILEY JAMES A, BAKER "Bill" 'iJim" Business before leasure but , pleasure is his business. In his originality, he seems far above us, in his quiet manner, he seems close to us. n-,..4 ,, 1-f.:- - ,'v 4-.4 13104. -ve-.."'.S-N , pass., ig..- .L,f.4,i-.1 L' lm -sf fl-f"us-- I5 A :Suv , 'T' .,l' .--11 tr ..-"... . . ' . - f ug ,Q 1 v 5 r' ' 'mx 0 G 1 K Q - 5 I x , -, v Q.-,J . I 5 JY, 5 s Q -LL -FL st' 1 T' -v - I .-f 5 ' - s 8 1.x , X-.4-,alw- a . Y RONALD A, BALSAMO JOSEPH BARNES "Celeb" "Roc:Ico" COLLEEN G. BECKHORN A question is the first step to knowledge, As good a friend can seldom be found. All the glow and warmth of California sunshine. K I ANTHONY A. BELLANTE UT-ony., LOUIS H. BERRY A rare combination of good looks and a sense of humor. WEOST I IJ H ' K Chr: I think better when my arms are swinging. SAMUEL A. BONITO "Sam" NELSON L. BOND, JR. Hpete., He is known for his art and baseballg he is Iiked for his Stability that offers security. character. 1 if sv .ia 1 ' S. x ELIZABETH S. BOVEROUX Y , 1 "Betsy" 8 Can be up t0 egg Sometimes those who work enjoy the w e . - if I the hardest have the most WW I f ' .f K N' , NU 'ff ff' , I . rj Jul P I 1 I 1 gvjfv' V .1 ,- 1 .fwfr A Nj. 12 v 5 c ,f -I EILEEN BOWSER "B w wow" Realit rg gun th ' MORRIS H. BOWSER ypaOne of the most important things in life is to know how dream to get along with people. W- kfun. E M, fd,,f. ' A I 1 '5.- . Yau ' fu j f. .. Hb, ,Li Ld - v Miss . VT, , i 1 ff . , , - . , K., J ,L .-f " ,f, "1" . . W 1 if I I I Qs' ' 1 fy ' 51,1 0, L' U 20 S35 f .- 4 9 -L I f .1 ' 1 J ,r f .1 EARL T BRACH' JR' Often seen and often heard, ROBERT M BREITHAUPT Quietly energetic both in and this fun loving girl is never ' out of school Q rest 9- 02 I' XX A. BROWN the require to be a class K President aigiyall the Fyali-Lf A , 4 4 , l ,, I, If ties o or ina ie . ' YLPR9 j . nl Taj' 1 4 iff L l ' 2' I l ol' K' X J' A4 I ,:' 7 , ,- J' ,I In v 7 ,I f ., If fl J Oy! .P ,i 1 Ar , af ' , JGQX' QDQA., ' I ll , rc ...A .. vfxk . ...K X , ,Q N Q--ri..- . te- x -XS M, rx, - r . e., I h N 'x 7165 x ' i N9 NMJQ iii " I Jul. ' E' i"lJ2.Sif MICHAEL E. BREWSTER "Mike" A person with a bold front and a soft heart. THEODORE BURKE "Ted" Take your time and mineg it's freeg it X T A M4 ULJJJ ' 1 ' O., Oli 4" A A I J- QAM .jf-L.. f' 'C-I1ffS4,f'-S O faz141.l7pi4'-i-i"l-h.5 ,J 49 ' yi T40 fi ef'-'flflfa ,. ,. xo X 1 1,44-1 f , j,4L1' T4 I 4 f, 71 , !9l74c1!fJ-fxjfll ll - ALFRED BURR, JR. ROBERT F. CA O . THELMA V. CANNADY JOSEPH A. CAPPUCClNO "Bernie" ll. "BCBG, n k' "Red" Saint or Sinner? We Ambitious in the business heb-v4rY9'he Idle!-ka A meticulous dresser makes a Svfmegelmow wlmclrl the and social world. a fl ing, perfect model. 1 I I ' Ju, gf AZ H V 4 -L,-ara, , W A 'A' ' 'fl' flfi EA? X5 'll Stu 6 XXJIA! Y!! AQ P I ff ' It 'll V fl f A 7 A r A. ,iff Qha ICD 464 'fam df fum ' fly, ,, 4 I, f' ' , ff L, L JA-jf X77 '17 fd 7! Q K' ggi !7llfz7 Y of , f i ,f fn ,ff A '!j"fr 'lFjf7zaf,,7 ,fav Ag!-,C ight Us L ,, Q - f L A 'l f I 0 s -fy 74 Cllr ' 1 - I. ff f X214 f tr I X Q0 R-WY, df flvv-LQX fax I gxlatnf L40 , 3 XX yr, ,Ng ,itggtx qs.. fe, A ,I Lx s .X PV' lrx,Q,u-44' L4 ,QS 6' id A RA' f tl JRR' QV' ZQ 'Ay PJ A-.X L' f -gg. 7 NNY! ' QU QA' Juni- X , 3 V - x ,vfxl ,uf .lbw-C-v-' ll' A' A Mx 'H llUx"""':""Ri- 'V ' vl, - 7' fly!! LJ Vylmj' , ,.- M' 4' A J ll vs ll AI' Kle"'YR' . .. - ll - ' - . - Jiffy! N ' JOANNE Rqt A ENNEL-L FRANCES E. CAPU I CATHERINE CARDELL N ' iijxgik ll . 'Mi JUDlTl'l CARR Hlnannleu Ulqlllyll Her eyes arg her essencegLa lxludyn Good sense, good humor, and Kitty has a natural talent for a whirling baton. making everyone her friend. x', v deep and sensitive woodland pool. A cute girl who loves her horse, her skis, her friends. , GEORGE F. CASS ROSEMARIE CATALANO PHILIP S. CHASE, JR. EVERETT CHRISTMAS HEV.. There is nothing so warm as Everetfs proud smile of ap- proval. , - , J. .,, .cgi TO UQ. M fl-2'Mv0CV ny Na-, siqib. " ass" Her spry stepping will carry "Phil" Alw s I ery co ac her through llfe' A perpetual comedian ready ' DQAA, bl to perform at a momenfs NDPMV has ADJ! notice. ' 191413 ' ' 4.x ,Zin PW- od' . 'rf- pf!-' 4 I U J , I I 1 I I 1 I ' I fill ' " i J All ,I I . f ' J ixif X ' ', !,'!!Vf' l SQRQMY EKCLAPP I I Vuporryl' l ij An lrrlmated ,dresuegi figur- , s ine. l I A WFQYXJW fag W WM- A--I-: -1 K 4 rfiix rx ?x.i - w-xf1'L: 'rv ' x I 'll .ul ' S,..v5 ,A'?'. 4 0 frrmi- " A , 5 ,tip-351. 4 , xg aves er path w' h sin- ' Friendliness and pleasanfness I ' is AM .-.ks :ll'f,:'i. . 5. . fL--Qvr- -4- l ' ' I . . 4....'fJ.- - naw-wi-.' -"- 5 Xtiyy' 'lgylv 'll,Yr 'L C5 Q .Vin-llff ' ALICE coan SUQANNA LfOl-IQES in "Cobb" 'W "'gu6e"q ' cb- ffterits. are fundamental with Alice. ahbgrfg-L,smfg'wiHilways make life more agreeab'Ie. 'Fin l',,,4 - - ,",x. .IIQ Li.-,f,s 11. .XMI I I'-QLLL1 x I Q I-Ti. I kQ,gLLL 4 ' RICHARD COMPTON dQwSTANCE Rxgoucttig l Uoickn DORIS A. CONN I " 'nt n .e. '4 A quietly dependable friend 1- ' O m, . , ,What the Rebels lost the who uses her talents to help iwct, 'pert, aqlgLehyf1Q'v 1 Yanks gained. others. i 4219 . U A . ' -'al CHARLES M. COOK ROGER C. COUCH EVELYN A. CRAIG "Cookie" Actions speak louder than To know her is to admire her. A clown with a serious side. wcffis' '.' fl 47,1QC4.f L -if! 2 1. ,T Za". 4 7 I ' , 1 K1 J 24 j.fI'fvL il ELIZABETH D, CONOVER "Beth" A laugh a minute and the courage to be frank and sin- cere. N. DONALD N. CRITTON "Don" An aim in life with good looks to help him there. NEAL S, CROZIER "Bud" Nothing less than perfection will do. MARIE J. DADE lndustrious, amiable, and well liked-shining like the dewy star of dawn. R73 i ELAINE D'ARAUJO A woman known by her words. 1 l Q l J JOHN C. DAVIDSON N. T. with a slow fuse. VINCENT DeBENEDETT ROSE M. DelVISCO JOSEPH C, DICKSON, JR. STEVE DIODELIS "Cookie" "Rosie" "Joe" A hard worker-May he en No construction task is big lndustrious and vivacious-4 The future is for those who 'Oy lm aZh'e5em?mS 'n both enough for me. She'll be missed next year prepare for it. mum: an 9 Uca 'On' when it comes time to cheer. N 'ilqtziux " ' A1 ..,-.4 fun- XRQLAQ O- ELIZABETH T. DIVENY GEORGE R. DORSEY ld JOA . DOWYJE gl LORETTA D. DREW "Betty" A well' developed sense Ot XJJYYX-9E.lolvwX?f" ' "Retta" A sincere, friendly smile for duly brmgs 'ts Own reward' i She breezes through life like A well-bred silence always at everyone sweets. J 'XXI -'fa XLAF,-UO cy Y16.f: 0 !' her command. f I Y' fl, Q ' J 'T . V r JL ' 'L L 'Wm fi, xo Clsbm- lf be .W , -A -X x 5 f c f A - , , i' ' 'V l - i , ' . , .-f" . JN In V1 X.3"'u YU 'Lf ' I UM 5 Qgfvxdifx S ,C L 1. n C. 1 I I Quran! ifo- , , avg fl, MRC ,f. , v -'bfi xyufffffl D 3 ,iq 5 , Jissixfip- ' - . ,, .W xi' A L I - X b ' 4 1 ,J or Ca, f Y . ,J -YQ ?'f',' we - sW",,N Mwigrwpw f A f gp f f -ff f0 ' Jxir 'rJyJY VA OEYQP 0 A J ' ' ,I ' Q . ,LY 52, X x0 ji Q Q' JL 'jig' .N S Q 331 , - ' . ' I - p! Ng-LAL! I V jf I ky V , xv A ., ii, gsisi Ji XO i , wiv "' K- . N L Rooney G. EDWARDS Arsikpaa Y . .J -AR di- U . HDUHU 'U X J AD' VID H' DUNHAM SHEILA K' DWYER His O manner con- ' bundle fbncea e pep I "Dave' SheiIa's secret to success ceals sense of humor and energy. A mah of distinction, always spreading happiness an with the women. C? Q .v-P X ERIC Y, EICHLER ALICIA I, ELLIOTT LAWRENCE A. ELLIS ROBERT E ELLIS "Ric" Sweet, sincere-Queen of "Larry" o the Water BaIIet , , Character is higher than in- ' Easy going,..I.1utl' he alwayf, I believe in procrastination gellect, taut it takes Eric to JY Qetsgere. nlkkxl! p S Its more fun ave ot. s . ,f- 1' ' 0 ,,- J I Rx mf J .WN we . + f ' WIP 1 A -VMI? +I 'jus ' Mali! . 5, Ji ' Ld Qsj, - ,zpf 1 ,X ,211 S W I jy pf!! 1511? ' . f - ' l-rJc.5..,,J' W, 5.09, ' ' ,A ,U1v,g0,y xwg I I la' of. :-' I o but X II A VII' I 7 pi? Lal . I BARBARA I. ELVIN "Barb" Quiet and kind with a super- ior mind- 4. ,ef W Suu YJ ' II JUDITH A. EVANS "Judy" Judy's aims are high, but her ability matches them. ROBERT EVANS "Bert" A happy-go-lucky jokester Nothing is impossible if you with a heart of gold. go after it in the right way h I :IRAN- bda- was CNQQC, Sus. ' ' ' A I D Q? ' Cav, Jf' N' r , Jf 1, ,Nw rr LM L ' . A A- .Qi f .1 'Tl ' , lv - f- A J Ia. , .,,. "ei he wwf- 'lr f if ' If ' .1-i!f' I KA M I 5, 1 471. M . . f I .qi In I M ,J A YH' . - 2 - uf- , I 'J 1 S nat, -v K , 7' 5 NJ li, 'Ji"'. ,t A ,J Y ,tl P Y E-4. W I A ' e.'L.x . LI, 4 EUGENE B, FISCHER GILBERT V. I. FITZHUGH ELEANOR M. FLETCHER gg "Fisch" "Gil" "Switch" RUGE . FORESMAN Bound to succeed with his Quiet, sincere-an expert Gay, ener' tic-a twirling Whate Tybfdining, he good nature and good humor. among men. ba does , wtf' FRED H. FORSHAY LOIS FRESHER DONALD J. GAFFNEY ' JJOPIN ,F,G7Kl.ASCIONE That scintillating- personality "Cookie" "Gait" sefious competitoiaa fine an? that easy' frlendly man- She helps us all with her per- That flaming red hair is a '?gh:1ti'Ea?3dtSport" Llsjterx ne ' petual smile. spark to set the world on fire. 1 a a e 'I I f 5 i l x J K x K N n 4 , 1 N YY I X I I I 1 l , 3 ,X ' r' ' , ,I I I . 0 J 'I I , 1 K 28 x' x I .fs '. ' I ' ',"7",L- "mf fl A llfg f 4.2" f .K ' I 'CZ L iff J My A l , L j , 1, x 4 ' l 'V V , I y I yy Z9 . Q .4 l ' dl ' I fl f v f ' ' .. i .7 I , , , It MV 5 4 , . M- I s , f , !', fb' 1 . . i - - - Ill' flu f1','lfM'l AX! to ,gl lla c. 4 'sn . t V1 i ,V . l If . ' I 'LA ' - I . A I f C 1 L . ,7 X. N 9 f I!! I 1 fr 1 I 1 Q jf t X I I ' - .1 ,II 'l f 5 N x " , f l 1, - ' N - N' b A l of Ljafl VK ' 'N ' ' , I v .. DOUGLAS H. GATES U ,l', --f X 4-1 D PHYLLIS GARRISON HDOUQ.. ANTHONY GENTILE, JR. NN'll2L1l'E T. GOOCH uphill' Doug's quiet humor pops up Hjunlorn A MBU' Quiet, good natured and a unexpectedly at iust the right Life and friends are enjoyed If he should run for election cherished friend, moment. most by those who love them. he would win by asfandslide l PRISCILLA A. GRAPER "Pris" Quiet, soft-spoken, nice to know. PJ- ff, lt.,.,f1 'ails f,l.2 Jffwldi-1,7 l . BJ ,,1V 11x.'u.'-1. 2 tf. .Ara 1 A 1, -0 L ll'--Y Q R11 I :w'f I Ol" F- Y. THEODORE GREENE SYLVIA GREENE GRACE L. GROSSO "Ted" "Syll" Qistinetivelin tasteg an ind: Take life as if Comes, and Everyone is a friend, and she vzgtslallst wllh respect for the you'lI get more out of it. li 3 fflend fC 9V9"Y0Vl9- Q p' V , r t X R V N' ' T l .T xx .R . sr A ' rt 1 K X is F-X x "A . 'WX x 'x Y fx X , -Ox! . rg Axis' 29 'K ,s R ' 2- -' L 2' J l 9 n f S xx DIANE L. GWYNNE l LEE HALLIGAN BARBARAJ. HALSEY BEVERLY HAMPTON She is as Qewdsceht as pink An thlete with a feminine "Barb" "Bev" Fhampflghe' . 'N ' ' L -wifi?" , if I' With her enjoyable sense of Laugh all day and keep those -,fu h V " rn, -A .I gif 4 , 'J fl' hulrfmor andbfrielndlijness, she blgaway. lp 1 , - : P A , , wi aways ea ea. QM Qi! ., , D, O :A A4 q,,. , g:5R'aUxQftghD - -i Q V, I ' .,,- VM 4, V yj f ,W 1 jgcfw,-X' . ,-si .f ef +1 f - X at ." Ji I' E I JIBJA' 'I 1 ', fgsff .4 Iff'lA4. xc 9, : L I- in 1 'r , . A . rl" Ah '4Q'f'f 4? JG- ,ff I tfrgv, Qoarqke WV . ,I ,B " ' sv l If Aff, 'y-"""'4'LL"xj.!f l f' I V I tint-L, b X3 xx.,- Mfi -,ffm fm ' A if' L5 fl 1' WJ cf , if eff jf s. is Q Qlgltefoesi' f xg IJ L W x Q iirfw ffeifyi fi X L i W z,",1L , ZA ' jjj! V 'E' ry fs ,X lr If A 'flffs fl, ff!!! i f LM! 1 i A- 9 Wy? A Q5 A J ffl' V M,1,i3,,fi wal' my x 'fx QA In Q: y .. gf , W. W gfjlfer' ,uf JJ f5-L. V .L . 3 .1 V'-5 7: QX xvsffvfllxl 4 ,J ' X, 4 h ,S rs 'X ww ,i ff W1 N v f rlrwiw bf 'SWS fflii 'afff' "Gt 1'-We , l A W , I-f yr' 5 it if .tix SJ ' wiv? rf' was at A i Je, - jp' XY' xxh I g's.z,'7 Cl 5:sA'z BARBARA . HANCOCK A Y EDWARUIH. HARRISX ..Babs-, JUNE QHQNCOCK , L, ..Eddie,. ROBERT F. HARRISON With her friendliness, vitality and talent she makes herself well-known. UchmkHf!, Chic as a bunny aQhe Easter Parade. Ed's easy going manner and good sense of humor will con- tribute to his success. ,X "Bob" Steady hands on the reins of life. RICHARD L. HARVEY NANCY E. HAYES BARBARA A. HAZELL "RiCl'1" "Nance" "Babs" A solid citizen-loyal to l'1iS She looks most shy, but She ves to laugh, and she purposes. there's mischief in her eye. is a er best My everyone Iau s with her. ,- iq lo - ad cle- 0. Mliliiefffl 'auxcjxys MJJL ofa. QYJ.. 9-"l"'f'4"S ' 5111.41 464-,df nu- -O N awjfm GMA .um tbl rw-L ' ' Jtl 'l A A f gy boen E 110121 ua , " J ,jf l " Xb!"-S:-"'. 1 1,f' A j fi .1 , fu i dc 9,-,sy 4,1 44.4 F V , 'gfsiv gi n ofa " ljo UW X ,iv f we'-1 f . 1 - 1,J'X fu.-5 elf fix' , N ,g 5, If 'lg ff! W' ' 5 f " ,iffy Exp-ff coNsTANcE R. HERZ .l-0xY'ES'HENDERSON ll X k .. . .. n H I H gf - v Connie 5" l-lmdo VlRGlNlA l-lENDRlCKS' Calm authority, intellectual The .Quiet itivn yi She who goes quietly goes values-"Life has a pur- is'always pi6sen':'here.-S9 Sk swiftly, pose." fin A,,.1-If..v 4 fd 444 I f rw-4i.f"7 FREDERICK G. HEATH "Rick" Suave-subtle-sarcastic. ,-s,! G 1 9 I I I I . 4 -.4 RICHARD N. HISS "Rich" His talents are as wide spread as his circle of friends. 'fl 1 t W - i , fl Jr ,ii BARBARA H. HOBBlE "Bobbie" Star-gazing realist with her feet on the ground. .f , Y BARBARA HOWARD A sei,-1 I love ' ar'?l me. Of 4 . I N swiijsv ROBERT HOFFMAN "Bob" Life may be a battle, but Bob is ready for it. Q19 si LQUISE A, .EARRELL . "xLoq" Lquise's winning personality gains many friends for her. X u xg tt DANIEL B, HOOVEN "Dan" A steady gait, an irresistible wit and a hot piano. '19 Wig xx ,L . T61 ANNE JOHNSON Her musical talents make us like her even more. l R" Jia """J R' -X A ala l I 5 4' fl I ' f I I ' V' 1 . CAROLE S. HOROWITZ "Cookie" Sincere, agreeable and polite -she will be a successful teacher. 'TZ7 l 'fs-I HAROLD JOHNSON Friendly and good natured- a ladies' man with the smoothest line in town. l 'fl Af' i . .V-1" . "?"l' .wc 'J X", 'll jliff- JJ T f'w ' I , 1 1 -..v . s 11 plkjf-flqs , ' A ,lr , , .mln , ' lf: , 4 4 A "J '41 ' 4X5 , A i 1., ,,,, 4 '- 52 ' ' . x . Q ' . 1.1 u I , , , i iff f at 1 f 'llll,,d", f 'l 'lv' iff' "ll 1 .i , ,' ' . 3 1 1 f K?'1jEL'. 'Llfp"lf by :YA 113 E, 3, -,pi .L is 1 ,1- W I fl J" IL l ' H . , E l. f l .li i' .lrf ,V lv Nfl I . 41" !UJ"" lx? i at J I A ll l f 3' -, Y f ,' GALE E. JORGENSEN Piyviiz .JOHNS ,f HG I ,, 1 If 'ete" l ae Gale's sense of humor and ambitious spirit make her outstanding. fvls ability and grin, always win. z-,K A' A A Kxxixfl N 2724 se' -if if if ISABEL M, KARINS EUGENE KEITH nlZ2Y" "Gene" Honey-combed sophistica- A happy soul making faces at tion. life. 33 JOSEPH P. KAISER "Jo Jo" Ambitious to succeed in the business world and in a great hurry to get there. Q PHILIP W. KARCHER A mind for a car in a world of machines. ""T"x !"""' X if N I CAROLINE A. KENNEDY PRISCILLA A. KIEFER She passes among us with the "Johnny" poise of 3 lady' A scintillating personality and are CSSS. a sincere sense of dut stepping stones 0 f Q mtg .,, I psiitsiff- X BP, l QW' O C!"JJ',f mvsgme FRANK E. KUNTZ JOHN M. KINCAID "Jack" The caution and precision of a true scientist. .12 - .1 l P K'-r'f r'.x -1 ll ve ni if I .5 I '. 'bill rl ' .' - il' 1 ., JJ - is GABRIELLA KREBS ..Gaby,, She'll always be liked for her magnetic personality and her sincere desire to help. MORTON J. KLEIN UMOHY.. All the aggressive spirit in the world and more. PAUL R. KRAMER Science and photography will always provide fascination. X .. Q -4 DORRINE V. KRAVITZ "Dorrie" A well spring of sincerity and effervescence. L - 'ir OM," glwk tw 1-K ,nik 'A1-'. . it V 1 U , 5 J ,'11'l':Jf"l if - Qplfi IJNH 'J , PJ fi-J! f pl I xlu Ay xii DX Vg! .1 4 'I .l ,r 44 011 'A f f t Lu 'gf .1 ' . -rw ' li f ' KM f . l .Z ill' 1 fy'-N 'VH.,.v I l MP AV - IMC gr, -P ,- 'bu . K f ffl , 'K nl l - x lSABELf'g KREIV'l'IftlAlN1 -, ' "ls" . PAUL W. LALLY Let those who will, be noisy and gayg but she will carry on in her own quiet way. Don't try to get him worried. lt can't be done. -ii it Cooperative and friendly- willing to do his share with a smile. X 1-it MARCIA L. LANCASTER BARBARA LASSITER REGINALD LEACH, JR. ELAINE LILLY ..Mam.. HBOO., ..Reggie,. HLHS.. Wind-blown hair-laughing Her emotions are as unpre- A hard wor er in all iields, The versatility to adjust her eyes-purpose clothed in a dictable as the .weather. especially fri dship. ,k I .self to any situation. sense of humor. w LLL W' I , I .EX Cyl, -Xing rf XJAQK W xx aw. I . , J 1 'D-le-h TEN' . l ZLL 2.640 L,-.L Off Wlhub Z GY QA. 'T i- , A I ,pg L .A L , R""N'l" RX -s L0-1 1.0-aa' l.V,z:',l3r Yulwd YQ t xv- it. - ,Li . , - 0 I ,-. . . , ' - KABU- wt 4 'QA gbxfxqilv 6 X-.N .W 4 , A ,X' . n i -I we ur.. fl. Lx.:-1 l--L E1 .Jo 3+ ,qw ' ff. E f -I. I .BA du!! H +G' ,X-ps-,, x ' . 8.53-no-Q3 '01, , a g Q' 'l I ."1iI Yllkoixsv-X PN N . R A ll' Z I 'fl Y X, ,. u A-C' -" Fl'i 's9lI"k 'E X . v ,s A. ' 1' IX" Valli 1 fl It r. I I N .E ' i . 9 I I Q . A' ya! Z ar I Q N .K J XX I N' 3 o0,,JfL' , all W9 . X ' M W . . ,I I X 4 . 761-D I 9 5 . . Z-f" ' RX fix 5 s , M . is 3' 'Q WL! ' L W f wx ISI fl W w 0' JOSEPHINE S. LIPKIN S I- WILLIAM R. LOHMANN "Jo" LOWELL B. LOCKETT 3 JANE A "Red" A retiring manner often hides Friendly and ambitious-he'II Look for that devilish e Youth ignited by the torch of a loyal friend. do his share anytime. in her eye. ambition. 'hr' ., KDS0-f'CQ1lb, 5-..Jj5'x. N NN' l N ,fox J,-, -' l UUQ, Qnaci, CTYLYW J ,ye N- is 1 1' OOC, Rmb Oy 'LYQIQ X N AJ' ' H , A OK K vqN,l!,'xUn 1 -' , , -Je, . an 7 --ow l ' JGJATO f'P"'l'fD N up V, .-X f 'A . I ,WA ' W l I'i ' 12- Q Ov Q1 'Xxx -V' L. I' 1" A' .Ll r' ag 'fx3?i'SJ. v f.fJ,- Odqafxwixfx ANNA M. LOMBARDI ' ' qmcnf FLORENCE L. LOMBARDI obby A "Annie" Anna is ambitious and hard- Flo Her good-nature is n e the ' working. Her loyalty as -3 Scintillating, sweet and sin- sung it spreads light over all friend is outstanding. cere. that come within its rays. , wont. lv X A . efx ' 'Be' . Moi WWW. fl. BRUCE C. LONGTON Bruce works hard to express ideas that are well worth listening to. STEPHEN LOUVIS CATHERINE P. LYONS EDITH M. LOVE f CHARLES H. LUCIANO "Steve" l-ler quietness can't hide her "Edie" X f. j"Chick" A congenial character who Charms' A tashioj editorg ,J flashion , He backs up his ideas as he sheds his worries easily. plat . j doe the line-with driving M - dofgrmination. jx 1 f I I . I J , J' ir! l .lf E X. i lf" 7' , I y 1 ,E ll V L . V r l X 1 ' V KJ 1 ' 1 J , as ,f if 1" 4 I . f 4 1 ff I ,v, ,M .1 f, .1 ,ll 'f I 'll' , 4 ANGELO MACIOCE One who is strong-willed and well-liked will surely go far. 'I w' Q wif' EDWARD B. MARTIN "Eddie" ln his own quiet way, he puts a good deal of effort into his studies and his soccer. ff' 'i 'K' Q-.Lit . 1 D-any.. Pearl' if " I " 2 We been f" ' I f IQ. ' - I " Q2-Soi' owufucf 'I A You WONLDQBH L, . Qstov 2, lYwm'z.SS C :Hrs ' I If . L Niki, f'X'l 55? OP I L7 3 J ksY'bt, Lq s :rx Qsn My ' OKLZ, g?ig-N603 , MARY MADISON Joq rw , -'Mary' si . JOAN E. MANSFIELD A queen stands up andsmilevl 'f A charming finger in every at responsibility. ' 3-X pie. I 1 ,SIS ,,.- .. ,,,.., ,,,.w. ,I ,,,f..--.. ,,41:fZ',' -gr ,S , ,-lllzfjlj' ' if-:'I:1.w I "II:-,f::f?. 1 fp-'l':":ff' '.'lf1.'7 'ft' naud 5 WILLIAM L. MASON EMILY L. MAYER "Bill" "Em" Life is too short to foll w Always in the swim and more conventions. If lgfqlfflayll often than not a winner. I 1,3 C f My .QQ ii 4.111144 I' '10 ' ii , F." I' Vu ' H9 ' r 1 'J 15,14 ljjjf-U A I ILA! it YI ,Ulf-.44 . i A . 41,1 V, , 16,1 kxlxl' I., , V .. 95 A1 'WA Zurft 'll' f , D M7 'ML ' M! L 'LZ' . , , . WW! if J i iff ani Ju VM' 'V 331,11 wr XA lvlrvtr Vilh- I L , ' ' L 'N ' I5 .idx 1.411 I lk 37 ',1l.,j'..nM , . 'P . ' lui , .J-K -,ss "sw,- n 1 W 5 ,r.I 5 - - Q --xxx s v s Q 5 -- Isl I f .. .x'. 5 - n L A Nb I D s MARGARET M, rliAR'sHALE "Margie" What is more friendl than Y Margie's sunny smile? Jfazlwylbl JAMES McFARLAND Sincere and friendly, James is always willing to help others. NEIL MCGHEE He has his serious moments, but we know him better in his prankish interludes, CAROL L. MILLAR A good friend in any lan- guage. 'I X JANET J. MCKELVEY itMaC-i Brimming over with fun and laughter, but hard-working JOHN A. MICHELSEN "Johnny" A man to be looked up to in many ways. - too 9245 ' . u :.w2l Dull id,-A7EX"Q .S-.q-L ,,.,q. le-N , aw 'l' 1 s. if 'f 'Q Q W. KM, , -Q 1 1 .. . K-4 K r -wtf' Q,.,.,wL3f- lk" V Vwvg L--'VQMA 'J Y ' x e1.fv7,i4.W-I' -fi ' D, In Ll- AL' M9 J ily FRANK J. MILLER Using.. A good analyst of the situa- tion and a good judge of the occasion. JO-ELLEN MILNE ..JO,. Joviality lights her merry way. ROBERT L. MILES "Bob" Quick as a whip and just as snappy. M-ve I pd .' 1 N ' S ,r"L0Q Q' at 1 IA- 4'f-4-'A' '- u I . 19 ' 4 'll- P 5 . l qv f" 's 1'L - 'Lff-- .. . 1-1 in ,ls .ll 5 4 If' CJ .A:h""'u' 'Q If J Q JZ, x'4Jf,r'q.' Lf1J'14J ' f f MARiLYidA.Mo'NACO ' A cog in the wheel of suc- cess. ,fly U" Q , ' IAQ-4afs.A.t,4' 4 f, A 3 L ,V 5 lvl' .0 v X HENRY W. MONAHAN "Hank" A friendly guy with an eye for aviation. k DONALD W. MORRIS At present an ace on the gridiron, in the future an ace in the sky. inrffi X MARY T, MONTESIONE "Ree" Quietness is only a cover for friendliness and intelligence. CHARLES R. MORGAN "Rufus" Court jester with a power drive. Jr SG fi XAJ GERTRUDE C. MORGAN "Gert" The best person in the world to rely upon in a time of need. X4 . ffgvf. K' - ,VL ,bl i . 'l, ' - , Q,-15 K we P. if f I A , ,f f khan or as 1, Nfl J ,l "" kvh-ILAJS-LL f' ' 'i Vfyf 4. I ' VM M ' ' " f 1 I , JD J. I JH, dill' If 0 g n 5 J! fmb ' , ' ,I fl!A!1 .7 V! N 7 -. jy f I. N I fl fjyff ' -vw L . ,I I A ' ., 9-'-'YJ fnn.. Lrklvlkv fllfff, M . f ,ik ' ' f .JV5 1 ' A r' 'fb' IV," v" x . ! laf' N 'Y 1 Akfqs, 3 Y, .,'ff,. .. . 4' - X 01.111, Gd' 7' Ff I. RONALD A. MORTON JEAN L, TLMER G. ARNOLD MULDER "Ronnie" "R "Arnie" Always in the thick of a fight giving his best for the team, Full of the sparkle th t ma s life worth while. K s-1 The sensitive diplomat with a subtle humor. CAROL R. MURPHY With a song in her heart and a smile on her face, she is a friend to all. K x VINCENT J, NICASTRO "Vinny" It's the truth and not a ru- morg he has a subtle sense of humor. RAYMOND l. MYERS ..Ray,. Fastidious in dress as well as l'Y1al'1I'1el'S. 'M' X ,,,,f" sqflf ...qua -.4 11133 FERRELL NlCHOl.L ..Red,. None but himself can be his parallel. 0' tw Y 1" A U- ' H 's Q 4 -x ' Q 'n I 4 ' s. 1s ., - .. , rfb '- f an , 0 ',' u 1 U V 0 5 4 . 1 . 7 M. JANE NEBERGALL A girl with the best ef quail. ties-future Winter Carnival Queen. ' rl M' l bfi- 5, :ru - , Mi, STUART NICKERSON Let's save our talents for a future date, and have our fun before it's too late. EDWARD W. NELSON ..Ed., A man with a broad smile and strong convictions. QW .tpffjy AR T . ' O wit he dance-with t on the program N ffl wisii 49 ' r th S never a dull moment if PATRICIA A. O'CONNELL "Patty" A saucy smile captures many hearts. -1. W5 i ,Q f-bm ', s I r ,ai x sf' JEAN E. OLIVER "Rab" Friendly, understanding and cooperativehA contributing member to any group. 1' ,L h . f X., W ,ff ' I id ' I 3. 0? 'Ax JAMES V. PACE "Jimmy" Helpfulness is an index to character. 7 fflw WM W i,feMf'f 1 his !JV1'Yf'lfUNvxQlfD2 fl I l 1 VICTOR C. OTLEY "Vic" Easy going, but interested and intelligent in every thing he does. I sf fi' I 'Z I NICIE PATRUNO "Nish" Charm with a tomboy streak. DELORES PAYTON "Dee" Her sense of humor is like a constantly swelling melody, 7. ROBERT J. O'TOOLE, JR. "Bob" A serious and quiet person- ality. He gives an impression of cooperation. f . ' -V 'Millie Capable and pleasant to everyoneg a wonderful friend- xqk .ig 'ex J, I Q 1 bv! O!! to thoselwhok-knoiwjfier well. - X 'l "' ' " JT AT V7 rl' .. . x x ly -fl 'Q JI A I E-fytc wi . Y .- Q I I On A' XO? -L , ' ' X Sf? pu ji iff! ' l ' I 41 X Vx ,dj fbpvl -I g 5, X Ut M A .IV f uv 0 YAC' I 1 li-'gp I I MiLoRED E, QELULLO gg E' Rx cw 'A XS' sf l 'Civ' x." i' VIRGINIA PERRUSO PETER I-l, PETERSON, JR. NICHOLAS J. PETRONACI HGIVI"1Y" "Pete" "Pete" A Sparkling .Sf-3V SI"Imm9fI'1Q A good natured Finn with His abundant supply of a- through a mist of melody. cheerful comments for every- musing jokes makes Nicky w 4 one, well-known to ups all. f 'af I 1 , gil: ' L ' K J! 1 1 1 f I I-I it 1 'fu K I J! X ll! P v , ., .Q ' ,J J , V I , 4 N' .. W' N ' '-"' I tx A 4- A V1 L 'pf l , x - f . R I , if I . - I N. 4,.f'f i 1 1 .Ni My X R I ' ' n f,,f kj If W I Q I ev qv i go JAM S H, PHILLIPS UJIfl'1I'l"1IeH Considerate to his teachers- unselfish with his friends. XR Q2-PCA, Eh V-K: I, !,i.Y-Vs 'vs' Y K D 14 b,,,,5e:,.5f, 5.5. l , w 5, JDJOL-.hfgpx NLMQQQQ.-l'f . 5 X -L vis-4.2. --. Tie., x.Jgv-'-X, ,.l I g g j,,xr'-I tr-H-sl v s MARY ANN PIGNATIELLO Interested in everything and everyone. RICHARD PINKI-IAM "Dick" Jet planes will never get a- head of me. ,..-ww. 1 MARILYN PHELPS A feeling for the spice of life xx. A. I 4' I' .J ' ' , :tx lj 4 ,,4Afv'1 ' L, - Um-4 s.- 57 H 1 . K I 1 6 ,', ' - JEAN A. POMARICO "Jeanie" The businessman's most val uable asset: the perfect sec retary. , - , , I NA' . 6 ,, if H 1 'V NATHAN J. POND, JR. "Nick" Nick is known for skill in sports and his in- sense of humor, . al "WA"-' ,aim I v' 77 Y. i' 1 I 1 I' If s' ' 1 it 1' ,r SHIRLEE l. RAWLINS t's the eyes that tell the with this girl with the sweet smile. ,f as Q avi "gg-f Q91 JOHN S, PRITCHARD CHARLOTTE M. RAETZER RICHARD R. RATHBUN "Pritch" Sparkling, artistic, and versa- "Ricardo" John is admired for every- tile. v Always smiling, a bit happy thing he does: whether it's 1 1 f - go-lucky, Dick is Montclair playing football, dancing or High's offer to Cornell. just making friends. I X I l 'DecJL'3P+:c,tDr.Q- . A ' 4- boafsnosc, v0 fend- here, cf-vb 'I' in Qfingh 'uk ' K daily-X Vida Mcousuue E. Reooick "Jackie" A fortuitous series of happy thoughts. wil' my Q4 Q .Q iittiirt U-1 Wifi", Lf l iiyx-Y'! 'U H. JV,J f.5.,'4.kx-'1 ,'-'-ii'f1" '74, 'B I -' -' l ,lf 'X'-Q4 f -f SL V' W5 r I R Aiglq v l BARBARA L. RICE "Barb" - 1 V -IQ .jf l . 4 y I Unlimited participation, poised precision, warm cordi- ality. , - K,-5 . :Liu-ff-I MARYLOU RIDLEY "Lu-Lu" With a voice like hers, she should be in the Met. 5 basic te , fjffzf JI if Q 1.1 'ITM Y? W ie 'M M J' 3-f !yQfi,, Igwylt ' Q- dy Ty! ry . .V J I CU!l,,,I,inI'AIf'Yf'Jc'1Qk,F Q :qc SJC' 71, ALFRED W. RIKER, JR. That genial irresistible force, and good natured immovable object. 11 'sv Q., 'Q RUTH C. ROBINSON WILLIAM E ROBINSON LLOYD K ROSEVEAR JR GEORGE J ROUSSAKIS "Rudy" Bi y Rosle Rootie s Even disposition-a sure goal Bound for bugger and better A welcome member of any His slow smile shows ha in sight, thir-gs group friendly and depend nature His trumpet WSXQFVYN X, Qvk' M UV :we c LL shows his talent homie L awww f,,i IJQJX' 'ihxpdm e .0 flaw . -- N ..4 -... , NHSFQXX' rt-Cebu, +444-f 1111 fx it ' . N 1 1 - - N XJ YE X7 M5 1 L, ' NV, xp 'W 44 XXX, x K ' OCP A AQ" PHILIP U. ROUSSAKIS "Ph v-"5" V il his trombone and subtle , he'll make friends fi MICHAEL RUCCIO "Rucc" An explosive interest in al- most everythingg a quick laugh for a good joke. dxf? 201112. QJLOLYWQQE r Iii- 'f i 'HfT.::., YT? ba 4ACQUEL,INQRXANgf', LEON C. SAUNDERS .Q "Jac15E'L, 4,,.,i,,.-1 "slam" That unpredic table manner adds much to her personality. ,,ql-f Li Q37 4 - 9 ' T T R Ent .,. N -A.- 'Xa' i '1 1 X . jx -Q., 'ADX-K Pu-"fy Q' '.'4:, -LI' A Lend no countenance to the insensible prattle. 70 ff I , l. .f..n. I g.- 1,-i,.t -V' V . 1L v' rl 14413--f "L . . I ugJ, f MU J Oeo-A' P0-+1 y 5 - ' Y X X . N g ' x 4 f 1 I J., s. i Q X ' L ' , -- s . REGINA A. RUCCIO "Jean" Her smile is her fortune. lt's our good luck when she is around, iw' 1' fra wawfj y f -QC 'JKNgfI5SAYLOR I 2' W, Her gay riendliness has made us alll ve her. ,' 4yfff.L'fff.fp!4f My 4771 fb? li-5. Nrazefw Q- Kgrygq -Fn"l"'n?..- - Q, ro JC4 rn. N-2 - kk' fEJA.XxL..i borne, U1-Iv 4.-mne.S -QWDOY' our fence. fide.: 12.2172532125 Q-:gag Qspslaouga... A abeff style. CJ- MM .,c ' X . ,li 5 . 4 , t ' SUZANNE L. SCHENKE "Sue" Reserved in her judgment, particular about her appear- ance. if,.zL,JfZ+' w'4f'f'0 EDM ' .' Y :TC ',fr , -A .V ' , -,-,' A 4 Jv X X .'Swa 4 , ' -'5 ' ' 'X ll, . -A . . "'- 1 W. ,ow-of eh- Q-. --'qs .f .tx xflfti N -XX. r 'I 'off ,L tea N. ""' st-... . I 5 . pi J! JUNE C SCHERER ' S MARJORIE M. SCHICK -is-3 -uw CAROL A. SCHICKS 'K nv' PETER R. SCHUYLER me ..MiCk,. ..Kay., ..Pete,. A Calm manner and 3 Pleas' lmDUlSlV6. mlSChl9V0US-Hl- Calm and unruffled, but al- From math, to science, Ing sm: e ways in a holiday humor. ways ready with a helping friends, he moves w'th buh, gofl hand. xjt C L V xg greatest of ease. CJ-C , . A-1.4.41 fvvv 40-L LL' Ll ' T ' 4 jf ' K I 6 , '1 It M x,,Z,t -A..x.T'.'f.c- - rl fc. i . - -' Q 4 6 N 1' Z me M7 , A-J L4 Q, I A n ' ' M fb 5 744141, di 5 ' K .I U 5 .1 if LJ ,ff 5. Ni . . -' 'X X jXl xy jx ' f'.xvJl yu JY, .. . r X X-' x M i .. ' . -- Af: ' .Tet --V X-f ' X 1, 4, ,l 1' ,f . , . .l,,,a- ' X -M f D -H, if U J 1. I-f v s. , ,xsch -,jk A ,X--,+L K' I xi ,f 'I fi J , K' Af ,sr Y ' .fy I -KV: J .f'Y'A-',2"'J "' ' ru" Q' K . I Vg if 1 Y jf cf' 1. XJ , xxx ' Jw., 1 . Q' I . I ,lf A 'el QV, C onvx W' X 2' 'X - iffu Y' N" - .. ' 1 J . E ffl l -f , jf r J If 4 h Vfyfffffj 'Lg' y,--J' "" n 014.4 il v' l - 1 lu V ,f ff . ' fi' "uni R l V tj ,AM M J ,ffl nj, . WL is-f ' ef W 'l' ,ff lf ' H 51"-'-31 fx ,wi me E E ff f W X- ff C4 9: QM'- i ij-, , h Q ROBERT J. SHERRY fn 'Q i M 'Y xg ,.,,,,,X PE ..Bob., LEONARIB SLTTUGHTER s-I X RUCE C. SLOANE I 1 l?rp'e l The merry twinkle in his eye Len J ' Hishnusual hobbies and ci ln SIHCGLZV as in singing, proves that mischief lurks An eager, appealing amia- tagious humor are tradem she can ver be outdone. nearby. bility. a we all know him by. K ini M M Qi '51 Q1 '9 v ai ff.. I 1 . I, Ll JUNE L. SMITH LOUIS R. SMITH Efficiency expert with a fem- "Auf Wiedersehn"-a quiet inine touch. if versatile court star. il . .lp I7 M ut' ' p'Miw"W 1 wifi ,L-If ,if . 6 lf? il'?.i-"Pj ffl' 4 O,v.n'1lAM Wjlfjbwj' 1 y. lx I L l nfll .Xl RICHARD W. SMITH "Holger" An easy person to get along with. WALLACE SPAIN A patience worthy of admira- tion, ' '-Y' M I gllflllvgdwl V f I M 'U Ln' it sle MARIAN SMITH PATRICIA S. SMITH "Smitty" "Smittie" Her sparkling laugh and A package of compressed dancing eyes will be long en r . remembered.. r ' f QQ' x -A aaa' ' we uf Q elf Att- L. OSS ,fx KXCL' 3 QX I' I it c V04 LX' LLC nd. Q 'X C'L'- X4-' ' 1XC' ' T u.F-'tex' " 04 V ' Vx ix' 5 5 " LQ 3. 1 - GX Q D L X K L- i - - - X.. ef ,ww , H- , v0 A c ' sc' T LILA SPEERS Lila can be counted upon for an ever-present smile, unre- strained energy and humor. THOMAS SPEAR "Spers" Tom goes where angels fear to tread. DOROTHY J. STAKE "Dotty" A fair rose captures the eye. is R. WAYNE STEVENS rv-ff' X-Qu-ef ,V-fl' WQJQ 7 af- .AJ Sigwe'fj3jliLvUiEiigfiNeU1rT2 j1M5?ff1i rffdfi 'T ffilfigyr-, VITO N. STANCO He accepts circumstances but keeps a keen eye forthe hu- mor in the situation. lvarf ,ati rn I ASV PETER STOKES RUTH L. STANTON She has talent, tact, and a quick-silver laugh. 757' -55 end? it GEORGE R. STU RCH IO f -L .L ' 1 Yi, Bly. 'R 1' ,l if. "ff rw .. 'A 'HL S ' ,. R, y,f . QS' L KN . ALLAN H.sTARR His easy going manner and his love of fun cannot hide his steadfastness of purpose. -A -- -57 'Dina -J ED XVrv+s Aiblhq BARB RA A.suLzER wayne does everything well "Stoker" "Sturch" 'l 5, 'Qi "Barb"x"'xLxt.1 'S we hls own qulet' amlable He reaches high for honors A quiet person accomplishes Friendliness is the compan- Y' as well as those jokes. with ease what others worry ion of versatility. over' lv .lui Ah. tx :f"'s ll :.A-ta 'V--1 'g . ' A' Aklvll qv' L Q.. vi . 4, 1 ' .S .Ks 7' ' s X , gl i a l' . A I ' , 48 . v T' J 'N " " .4ll.',-. vllsig ff' ' "A" . .4 1" 4 .L -I P.. tab.-k . A v l ' 3 n "E " .f 1 ' , ., L. VJ ' J N9 " ' T ' 'J-f It . M A I 1-A X" 5 ' -'V i lv 1 ' ' if' 7, ' "" yr, ' W' fy' I VI,-I 'f 1 f AT! x ,VJ . ' V .af afffffffwfi VV ' V' -1 ,KTA 6,41-ZjL6Z,,ZZlM M77l'f'0'1f1f CHARLES L. SURRY, ii CHXRL9- E F. siyfdsorq, fa. M.. ,f Aim 1 "Chas" HFC' . " V NOLD R-,TALBOT ALVIN M. TAYLOR warm hand-clasp Of Her vitali anQ ' Amfe An easy going manner but a ' the key to all are displayeiin all I att-1, He takes in more than he lets real threat on the soccer tempts. us know, field. ZW' I , fun- ee,-9 My l ll Xl- is X DONNA M. TESTA 'MILLICENT J, THOMAS ANN THOMPSON ROGER l.. TONER weet and petite vrith a win- "Millie" '4Chickie" "Rog" mg wayl . Sincere effort is always im- We are always t e se when subtle humor with a flair portant. Ann is near. I r originality. WJ 0 if 9 1' ' fd' " ' iiiwzff' A 'li Oli I p,4't4 1' 1 Yfldlylf li J . ff! ,II-I ' "Iwi fig! ll' fl! J 5' ' ' v' nf' f 1 4 ,i . L V .W l, . . , . 1 , '. . I, . Z ,v 1 1 If , A I 49 puff , .',' Q W X' W' ANN R TOSONE NICHOLAS F ANDREW TRESKIN J WILLXARD VAN CLEAF She takes everythnng un Ife "And " As keen a as a d Qne of' e Six X A non conformust gnvmg Ife in ac i . pendqble a shock treatment XJ- , LOU , f I X o?fbL!llVVl KJX 'J Www, U. ,,, f - - ' 4 JUDITH WALKER "Judy" The elegant and sophisti- cated lady with fairy-tale blue in her eyes. I nd 5 I5 PATRICIA A. WALSH .A -:V W. DANIEL WARD ANTHONY WHITMAN nparsy., MDM., ..-I-Onyt. Only the Irish can be both A well-rounded person and a A thought for every occasion understanding and carefree. good friend. and a reason for every thought. Y - X T 'N "4 X x I t X' L l X I X I ,.s x gl x -s.' rx.. -'e-,- X, i ,, sJ - i xr TD . F fi XWXQ4 1, f , L , , 1 ' 1 ,O V, V' , X ly, L x 'r , KT, :L ,IL M7 ffgfgg. I Ji x' I , 4, J f o ,, , S y K , , fp, ' ' V I . , L.Ml,LLcf,,:,6 fgfj Cx., VV X4 I f'- ' ' - ' I 1 , of - .,l' ' ' ,.A!7Cf 1' W E' , L , H7 flld I ,-' .. - f fe ,r,wq,,ffL U - - ..,,- EZ sf" " L" A .- ,' len: ' X7-'bf' .LL ff' t O I . . K. i 0 MDV A Xi, Q u . , . '. ' if I fi , . " , uc AL I Nf f 'T LQROY WILLIAMS OY A man of matchless modesty and refinement ROBERT A. WILLIAMS "Bebe" Theres mischief in this man. i5 ROBIERT? A. WILLIAMS "Ted" With his timid manner, his wisecracks sound even fun- nier, iwdfp ii 1 I GRACE V. WILLIAMS ..Gray., An unpredictable sense of humor combined with loyalty and sincerity. Qs.. 1 DORIS L, WILSON "Dodo" Those who bring so much to any group are always wel- come, lp JT jg' CLIFFORD T. WORTHEN A well-proportioned exist- ence is a well-rounded one. Guam Jax. ix o ' I f xm B win I. 11 NG C:SE',b.lY',. Ill! Y.,x' ,',': K U .gi v I 1 yi 'ln' H Q will if L-"HU U , -I L " mls gtg-Qgmlflf gy ' rf., lx X Q f ' , ' 1 LJ s I W Q. V f," 1 ! .,"" ,f L- r J C 1 I DOUG S C. WRIG T, JR. ROSWELLE D. WYATT "Doug" "Ros" I When it comes to studies and A thoughtful mind and a JANET ZAlTZ track, there is no jump too purposeful reply command Good humor teaches charms high for Doug. respect. to last. if' ,S 'Q ,, 'O 9--ff is and Y X DAVID H. ZELISSE MARILYN J. ZINGALH QV THOMAS W, ZINIS "Zeke" "Zing" K FM' ', N "Tom" JOAN ZAITZ Cute, wise, and witty. Nxt Jkt " 2-,'J . s lv' sv si - H. + l -. - sf . s K , l ' N f A .. Y 11 He puts his best foot forward both on the soccer field and in the classroom. Her sweet and demul'gXrnar'1:. XA ner I ves no rolgdl fdagjis-Dc P l ' - JT X 330 Xwygsgx Xb fb, Tom'sf rare sense of humor reveals itself in his shirts. PM pug D X VXI. H 51 , V. xv . 4 fjllfvjf- Q-:-Y '51 F' we-ff-1-M""' 5, gpm... - I rg V, 1 ' 52 ff - U tw' J J 1 .-.x gntgipg f, v4,7 A n 4f,,g,5Q I Y 'WV awry-H 1 ., f.,' JW., Q 5 gig? if r KA: 3 'fbzkf ., V 9 ,......... LW' . ss v 1 1 v ' f4LH'n v hit. " X ,' ' ' 1 51' Q4 ' ...I rl 1 5,3 'f N' 1' F.',3,,i A A Q f . , .,, , . , . - Sp Qi- , I lgyv, 2, 1' , ' U 1 ,Q 1: 6 a 3 . Q 1' " ' -4 . , ? I? 'I I g lg, " a ' txli "1 ., fwg X' 5 ' Q. 9 1 f, -vp. .'.x5A "' vc 5 9 54 1. Quay- V has .. . , , t., Q 195 945 '04 5 59' leg il- 51 L if A an + 1? if ,A lt' ,Tb as Q1 lf i 616 WM? llgilki J460 fl MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED June Smith and Eric Eichler CLASS GENIUSES Gil Fitzhugh and Barbara Rice on " f is i f Poor, poor, usl Nonentities with nothing to recommend us but the rather obvious fact that there are a number of us. lt is a dull life. ln comparison, what a glorious life is that of a celebrityl Ceremo- nies, parties, dinners, celebrations, on and on, ad infinitum. Your name in the headlines day after day, A face familiar to millions. Recognition wherever you go. Life in a gold-fish bowl. Autographs, photographs till the sight of them is odious. Privacy lost in the past. Glorious? Come to think of it, maybe it is not so terrible to be a nonentity, 56 HO BEST DANCERS John Pritchard and Barbara Howard fu - 1, RX. '1' me r , Sk eh' N x s. 2 t Q MOST ARTISTIC CLASS CLOWNS Neal Crozier and Charlotte Raetzer Phil Chase and Beth Conover Qc 0 X L.. Joan Zaitz and Charlie Surry ry' S S . A ' N I 6 S '-0" MOST TALKATWE N S f I is N, ! 'x ts ff 1 Q. M! MOST MUSICAL Mary Bostock and Dan Hooven MOST VERSATILE Angela Duffy and Leroy Wiiliams 1 F. BEST ATHLETES Joyce Austin and Johnny Gaiascione MOST CONTAGIOUS LAUGH Richard Harvey and Delores Payton hi 0 UV 3 0 OX . X 5322 BEST SENSE OF HUMOR 9 Bob Williams and Sheila Dwyer 59 QQ Q 4 if BIGGEST HEARTBREAKERS Jim Robb and Pat O'ConneII MOST ARGUMENTATIVE , Ann Jobnson and Ronnie Balsarno lf" ,rw Sl 4 bla X.,4 BEST NATURED Joe Dickson and Barbara Halsey MOST AMBITIOUS Gaby Krebs and Al Burr +k Jr Jr Q 4 X ' 1, + A + 1 t 4' Ml T 4, + L L ie L MOST POPULAR Nancy Hayes arid Pete Johnson -X.. BEST ACTORS Priscilla Kiefer arid Neil McGhee nl O0 Q, l T V + T T L 1 fr- TELLERS OF TALLEST TALES ei L Pete Bond and Marjorie Schick 555572 gag? N JXTJ 5 1 1 Q -.K -w,,,,,L,,!9 I TTh.Wf62 fy, 0 ' W f Wa v a", A7 VQX 4171 l QHCHQ 'tiki 1 at sms D ti Q9 'L CE? C"2, 2 9 o L S W. Q JL L ' if Il l- Q - 7 F lL lL U T I 1 K-' I N , 'I W I f Afgffjgvji, P 'm..m.i3siei-fun-I - . I I - 6 . 2 .' U 1 ,L 0 'GB O X if : 1 ov O 0 A, ' . . ', """f X55 of f t, I li 1 vp' 7 f Efivvvf' 4 ff +a- ,' r a il I 1A """'-""'lul .n 4 4' Nx 4 Y 0 Q ' , x X ' S r YQ lx? X' A K V! N' 1 - ll fi 1 FE ' vg sq. ' l ,, ' 3 L - 3 ' A ' K X , as X X ...fl - l K' q O 5 . ' My Florence Adams Barbara Ahlen Susan Albach George Amerson Arthur Anderson Dons Anderson Betty Arm trong Jean Arnott Todd Ash Josephnne Asulo Margaret Askew Sanford Astarlta Bernuce Athrll Anne Austin Barbara Barley Paul Barley Sanford Ball Robert Banks Betty Barnes Richard Barth Angellna Battusta Bellnda Beach Anne Beaudry Charles Becketttf Jack Belanger Julue Belanger Barton Bendrx Barbara Bevan Charles Bllby Beverly Burch Betsy Blshop Jean Boley Sally Boltz Julius Bookerff Carl Bowden Joyce Bowser John Boyd Carollne Brady Vlvlan Brandonxf Edward Brndge Helen Brlgham Alys Brown Eleanor B own Delores Bryant Nancy Burdlck Evelyn Burke Chancey Cagguano Dolores Cagguano Mary Camarco Angelo Cammarata Duck Cardunal Gertrude Carter Ruchard Carter Vrncent Casey Kenneth Cassre Eluzabeth Caton George Cerrugone Angelo Cetrulo Sallie Cheatham Nlcollna Chlauzzl Lucy Chinn Ann Cltarelln Dolores ClarkV Jane Clegg Jane Clements Arzella Clifton Susan Cole Bradley Coleman Chrrs Comstock John Condut Charles Coo John Copland Harry Cox Alvm Curtls Catherme Dade Pete Darley Ben Darden Anne Davis Arthur Davis Stanley Davis Vpassznym Ulla! Vurglna Davis Ann DelloRuss0 Larry DelVlsco Anne Dlckson Anna Ruta DlGeronlmo Bella Dnggs B Dall Murlel Dlllworth Lucy D1Mvlla Anthony D1Napoll June Dodson Peter Dooley Maureen Duffy Ambrose Duncan James Dunnemann Clifford Dye Nan y Eagan Mary Jane Eckert Aleen Edwards Betty Elterlch Lucy Emerson Charlotte Empne Pat Englrsh August Esposnto Grace Fam George Farrand Barbara Fltzgerald Jean Fletcher Margaret Fowler Alfred Fowlkes Evelyn Foxworth Frank Frazier Wayne French Beverly Frlmmer Angela Frusterr Davxd Fulcomer Rnchard Gaines Fred Galluccl Mary Grace Galway Phrl Garruty Marne Gautueru Vnncent Gautuen Walter Gauvaun Bobby Gaylexf John Geddes Fred Gerard: Marne Glannettr Harvey Gibbs Robert Grordano Marlon Gnullano Joyce Goedecke Madelme Goedecke James Gray Vrrglnua Graham Thelma Greene J Valerle Greene James Greenleaf J Barry Grevatt Alberta Harros Edith Harris Jean Harrls J Marlon Harrus Dennis Hartlgan Alfredernc Hatch Jack Hayden Carol Heddy Bill Helllg Bull Hellegas Sybll Herschaft Prlsculla Herrlngton Mary Ann H " Bull Hocart Robert Holensteln Ernestnne Holmes Dlana Hou ton Margaret Howard J Mary Howell John Huegel Phyllus HUQQSJ Ruchard Hughes Richard Hunt Sally Hunzlker Barbara Huston Warren Jackson Hester James Earlene Johnson Martln Johnson Thomas Johnson Beverly Jones Everett Jones Marvln Jones Robert Jones John Jordan Jean Joyce John Kauser Frances Karnns Carl Kayser Don Keuth John Kelleher John Kerr Rlchard Krdd Robert Knott Henry Knox Henry Krauss Sonny LaBrunda Dave Lambrrdes Gall Lang Helen Lardner Br ee Elaune Lee Worthlngton Lee Barbara Leltzow Anne Leonardson Aubrey Lewns Alnce Llvelln Ronald Lofton Jack Logan Carmen Lombard: Adele Lund Robert Luyster Rlssy Lyons Dorothy Mabrey Nlck Masone Marrlyn Maurer Ena Maxam Allan McLeod Arlene McQullkln Mrrlam Melott Cornnne Miele Roy Maller Shella Mltchell Jackle Mondslnl Roy Moorhead Gwendolyn Morrls Kathy Morrns Lullle Mae Morrns Hans Muhler Sandy Munn Rlchard Newcomb Paul Newman Florence Nrcastro Janet Nlcholson Vuncent O Brien Almlra Oluver Gae Opdyke Molly O mundsen Mary Jane Park Ann Payne Danlel Pennusl Dave Perham Phyllls Perren Rlchard Peters Lours Petronacn John Phllllps Vnrglnra Phllllps Charles Plerce Janet Plerson Lounse Pnke Berta Pl Sunyer Lloyd Pntman Phyllus Poll Joan Porter John Post Davud Query Lee Revere Jessuca Radley Lynn Rlley Inge Ranger Robert Rlngland Wyndham Rrotte Nancy Roberts Eugene Robmson Robert Roblnson Vnrgrnla Robunson Joe Podano Peter Root Isaac Rose Martun Rosenblatt Torn Russell Peter Rutledge Alan Sasseen Barbara Saunder Sandra Schaedel June Schwarzenbek Bull Scott Margue Shannon Olga Slemers Allan Smith Phllllp Smith Rosemarue Smlth Patncla Somervulle John Soucek Wulbert Sprvey Anna Marne Squangamor Knrsten Staff Andrew Stanton Lella Ann Stewart Barbara Streusguth Arthur Strelter Ellsworth Swann Edgar Swlney Elleen Taber Joan Tafaro Rosalue Tango Salvatore Testa Bob Terllzzl Lorralne Thompson Edward Tlerney Loss Toner Manlyn Tonrc Margaret Tornlllo Bull Treene Roger Trelchler Larry Trerotola Robert Turner Domanuck Valentu Carol Van Auken Jean Van Vechten Milton Vay Josephune Vozzo John Walker Kay Walker Shlrley Walker Charles Welborn Sandy Whnpple Betty Wllllams 9fDavld Wnlluams Elame Wllllams James Wullrams Peter Wnlllams Lounse Wlllrams Frederuc VVullls Audrey WIlSOl'Hf Bull Wohlrob Peggy Wyatt Walter Zarzycku Robert Zrckella Harry Zrngg J . s ill ' . .t J . 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'oi ix 1 R 110- 0 ' 0 A I I ' X 1 Q Nr I W! l' Anthony Acocella Charles Adams William Adams Dolores Albertson Barbara Allen Lunda Amerlung Barbara Anderson Rosemarie Androccuo Josephine Anello Mary Ann Armando Anne Atwater Chrustune Atwater Albert Baule Anthony Baker Warren Banks Shurley Bardu Frances Barker Carolann Barlnng Paul Barnes Peter Barnes Wulhelmuna Beckett Edward Beckford Rocco Bellofatto James Bennett Pete Berrall Sonia Bjorklund Marue Blaune Joanne Boley Jeanette Booker Warren Bouve Robert Bowen Carol Brught Edward Bruscoe Henry Brown Frank Brunetto Nancy Brunetto George Bryant Harry Bryant Phullup Buccuno John Burke Jacqueline Butler Laurelle Butler Lunna Butterfueld George Byers Anthony Cagguano Dolores Cagguano Leanne Cagguano Vuncent Calamuto Joseph Calandro Jerome Callanan Glenn Cameron Lucy Campanalonga Eleanor Campbell Rocco Caponugro Ruta Carey Carolune Carlson Muchael Carrungton Raymond Carroll Benyamun Carter Claudette Carter Edna Carter Edward Carter Albert Castner Ronald Cerrugone Kenneth Chapple Anderson Christmas Ruchard Clapp Vurgunua Cobb Ethel Colluns Gaul Commette Stephanie Conover Gabruela Cortes June Covello John Cowie Marianne Ctutoru Carlton Cummungs Dwught Curley Barbara Curtus John Dale Edward Daughtry Bernard Davus Catherune Davis Ruchard Davus Euleen Deacon Madelune De Cauto Nancy de Long Louuse Derruco Norman De Shong Dora Du Guralamo Michael Doehler James Donahoe Geraldine Donatello Roger Doran Clare Dreher Josephune Duffy Dons Duke Shirley Dunbar Leathua Duncan Anne Dunn John Dunning Joan Edler Patrucua Egan Ralph Ellus Anna Endres Albert Engstrom Louus Enos Peter Eshbaugh Danuel Everett Molly Ro e Falonu Cynthua Fates Judy Fensterer Carol Feuss Louuse Fitzgerald Roger Futzgerald Robert Futzpatruck Edo Foresman Carmen Fortunato Lucy Fox Marianne Francuose Fred Galway Betty Ganley Martun Gannon Carol Garfunkel Melvun Garrett Duane Gash Ann Gates Shurley Gerow Anthony Guuluano James Gorton Ronald Grapes Rosemarie Grasso Burnett Grayson Claudette Greene Roberta Green James Grudley Jeannine Grosso Barbara Rose Hadunger Muke Haun Bettue Hall Jean Carol Hall Hanse Hallugan Marylee Hancock Carlyle Harris Chrustune Harris Mar aret Ann Hartugan Q Lucy Hartsfueld Melvun Hatchett Derruth Hawkuns Joyce Hazell Joan Henderson Pete Herbert John Herrman Robert Herrman Bettemae Herzug Tonu Hetherington Kent Hewitt Marilyn Hockett Ruchard Holler Gubbs Howard Barbara Howell Barbara Huffman Patrucua Hughes Beatruce Hunger Maruan lrons Emerson lronsude LeRoy Jacobus Charles Jefferson Dodge Johnson Walter Johnson Wulluam Johnston Flo sue Jones Grant Jones Naomu Jones Velrayne Jones Wulber Jul us Duck Keeler Phyllis Keul Stuart Keul Carol Kelly James Kennedy David Kent Sarah Kerr Robert Killgore Marla Krpp Eva Krebs Wulluam Krug George Lang Breck Lardner Blanche Larson Elenore Laster James Lawless Robert Lawrence Eluzabeth Layer Robert Leach Thomas LeBosquet Nancy Leutzow Mary Lunnard Louuse Locascuo Maryorue Lockett Valera Loften Anna Mae Logan Barbara Logue Albert Lott Marue Lutz Bruce Mackenzue Howard MacPhee Arthur Maluan Robert Mannung Davud Margolues James Matarazzo Dennis McCoy lrvung McDuffue Beatruce McHugh Robert McLaughlin Robert McMurtrue Wulluam MCQuulkun Lunda McSpadden Yvonne Melrose Lawrence Metzler Raymond Meusel Thomas Middleton Carolyn Muncey Gertrude Muscua Lous Mitchell Evelyn Mobley Jon Mohr Joan Monaco Greg Monnett Allyn Morgan Muchael Moschella Ann Mulder Richard Murphy Gayle Myers Harvey Myers Vuvuan Neglal Roger Newman Aluce Newton Roberta Nuckerson Herbert Nucholson Joseph Nuttolo Joan Nolan Marulyn Noll Margery Nye Vurgunua Mary O Bruen Richard O Neull Anna Onorato Dorothy Orders Janet Panuco Julue Parsons John Patuerno Donald Pearce Bernest Peoples Jean Perrottu Sylvua Petronacu Roger Petruluo Vuncent Pugnatuello Jacqueline Putts Patrucua Putts Carmen Puzzano Margie Puzzutu Raule Postell Ralph Proctor Vurgunua uery Ernest Quick Roger Rathbun Pete Redston Roger Reidinger Roberta Rhinow Isabella Rhoades Lawrence Ricketts Anthony Ridolfo Augustus Ruegraf Sally Robbins Carole Roberts Edward Robunson Richard Rosevear Lorraune Russo Muchael Russo Rob rt Ryan John Salusbury Janeen Sand Frances Scafatu Catherune Scarano Mary Anne Schwarzmann Anna Scott Martha Jane Scott Deborah Scovens Eluza Seely Clufford Seupel Joan Sharkey Wulluam Sharpe Sara Shener John Sherwood Delta Lee Smuth Ethel Mae Smuth James Smuth Julue Solmssen Jessue Spain Joseph Splnellu James Spuvey Robert Staehle Gaul Stanton Ulruch Steunberg Carl Steuber Marlene Stewart Mannung Stures Robert Stuvale Davud Stofflet Charles Streusguth Peter Streulu Alena Surry Emuly Swann Shirley Swann Lynne Swisher Glorua Anne Tafaro Ethel Taylor Turney Taylor Robert Teneuck Concetta Testa Robert Thatcher Jack Tupper Patrucua Tupper Lorung Turrell Dillard L Tupponce Earlune Valentine Randolph VanLuew Robert Van Wagner Roberta Vuncent Joan Vreeland Ronald Walker Charles Watson Carol Webber Patrucua Weull Douglas Weussbach Gary Wells Jerry Werdann Roger Whelan Luke Whute Theodore Wull Allan Wulluams Chrustune Williams Edith Wulluams Emuly Wulluams lrene Wulluams Elizabeth Wullus Mary Wilson Edward Wussung James Wooster Nancy Zabel Davud Zambru Muchael Zarrullo Franz: Zeller Robert Zuchellu Robert Zunn , Y . . - 2 ' S , . . ' ' S - . , , Q Zahn CE' if vfm ly- N? fp 5,553 W . Q ff is Q22 + f + ' k f U 4 Cc k P F X 4' l- wL O0 X ' ' Q X EA Q -.1 C A 1 0 - 01 kt 5: Aff' f A mr fix "I A 'A ' Q A 24 Q A ' mum gg U U4 OOWM L I I7- NexNE'Eo0M O ' 4 fi C i o o 6 1 U L X f - T,-i hx Q Q--f I F9 rg -l h . V I . I A x M.. -.L ll' -f O vig bfi 4. 4' 4, , 05 cfzvzffes vw gg? Qi NU 5 J 5 Qi N 'J' J ma- of ,WAN I - I Q 54 v Q WF ' xl lj 3 UI ff WZ 0 I N , QD 4' 0 x i 1 Q .1 4 - 22. A X X II 4 IP- 1 55 N W V I H I 0 f Q 2 4, V ,4 X 1 ?R I be I N f J 1 X 5 ' ' S ' U4 W ' lf ,M , 63x am W Q s 'QTL Av v Y l I I ERA FOOTBALL BAND COLOR GUARD STUDENT-FACULTY Advisers: Mr. Hallett Mr. Heugh Mrs, Schmid? Mr, Filas President: E Vice Presiden Q ric Eichler t: Leroy William , Q R X L 5 CL X I V I f TICKET SELLERS mf KX x 600, if fa. l X OGRAM COMMITTEE CANDY SELLERS U in 0 UG IO 4 ca 3 C ev. 'CQ u Y miuuiiiiiiu A V idi- 'rr i 'i X 4 49+ we av --"' i ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE CHEMISTRY CLUB Advisers: Mr. Bradbury Adviser: Mr, Goldberger MVA Doherty Chai ma 3 B3 bafa H0 3 d President: Jack Kincaid O. A. S. A. .6 .Jeb fOfQ8HiZ8fiOH for the 0 O Advancement of Social Activities? Adviser: Mrs. Crew 'V 0 O hairman: June Smith OO 14 ii if BANK l-lEREl I 000 X -cj A7 ,A-gif ., 442,13 g FR , ' on ggi f-f-f 1 ,Ii CIVICS COMMITTEE Adviser. Mr, Hallett Chairman: Al Burr JUNIOR RED CROSS Adviser: Miss Cowles Q Chairman: Dotty Clapp 9 Vice Chairman: Barry Grevatr Treasurer: Jerry Callahan vis ri Mr. e o y Co-Chairmen: Paul Adams 7' 4-,bu Nw Jean Pomarico X , l XXX l ,NC SCHOOL BANKING Q R X Ad e B II av' AUDIO-VISUAL SQUAD L P . ,. XT Lita G0 '01, ' "Huy, W QQ Enhr STAGE CREW Adwsers' Mr. Maxham HONOR STUDY HALL GROUP Mfg Kung Stage Manager: Al Rsker Lightmg Technicwarv Pete Rutledge Scerwery Techmcrarwi George Sturchio 72 lillllliw '-nl 5 , N!! " " W1 " ..--.4 , , N , . 3, 6,46 00. C X7 f' in l 5 ,rv l H 4 llllll' PII 'lZJl'?ll ip' xliil il ll , . fi l, , ill 3 E 1000. D 21'-i ' Uuulldv 9 0 o O 0 0 0 Mo H959 o 1 "2 ls 150 73 BIBLE CLUB President: Ale Secretary: Lilli AS Adviser: Mr. Freytag en Edwards Vice President: Gae Opdyke e Mae Morris TRONOMY CLUB Adviser: Mr, Ladd President: Bob Ringland Secretary: Bradley Coleman ART SERVICE CLUB ,QW foff-3214, Qual 1,4412-'J' 772, . , , . f , . y Q if we 0414-4 Cfvffwff-. , Adviser, Mr,Maxl'1am I . 1 . W, 1 President: Betsy Boveroux rf -!".4, .L jf, E , J4fJ cf 4 I f f Vice President: Sandy WlllppE2 I r , Treasurer: Virginia Davis f ll y- b, Ar 71 livin!! CORRIDOR SERVICE COMMITTEE PHIL CLARK COMMITTEE W- 13 I - I X b 1 H. AJ, f R',p ip my II M : Taber I LU NCHROOM COMMITTEE Adviser: Mr. Hallett Chairman: CaroIine Kennedy MESSENGER SERVICE COMMITTEE HOSPITALITY COMMITTEE Adviser: Mrs. Vance President: Gaby Krebs Secretary: EiIeen Taber D if? ' If-kj 6 MTI ' 'I i I LI., li! Lg E IL CIRCOLO ITALIANO Adviser: Mr. Mazzola President: Donna Testa Vice President: Ned Tierney Secretary-Treasurer: Katherine 000 663 o burxq 0 Cv 'o can o 0 ,ew gi MsRoy X5 ty eeRe ,WML 6 X 2-X X I II I II II c. L U r . ' Chairman: Lila Speers ,Q ' Secre ar: Ir n ng r G 'Q c AMPH ITHEATRE ART STAFF Adviser: Mr. McCiaskey N 1? AMPH ITH EATRE PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF Adviser: Mr. McCIaskey K .g h I l '. ' QXQ x ii .1 ,J AMPHITHEATRE BUSINESS STAFF Adviser: Miss Cope AMPHITHEATRE WRITING STAFF Adviser: Miss Holland JW f,,i "ii Elldlnf ffiiki ., I .gf , v , 4 MOUNTAI NEER BUSINESS STAFF Faculty Adviser: Mr, Bird pi huh! .ff ,L I S E Q 99 'fx A N MOUNTAINEER EDITORIAL STAFF X'-1' Faculty Adviser: Miss Benz 4.5, T" Editor-in-Chief: Robert Miles Managing Editor: Marilyn Monaco Photography Editor: Gilbert Fitzhugh RADIO CLUB Adviser: Mr. Bradbury Chairrnan: Martin Rosenblatt Asif-Chairman: Jim Wooster 77 GIRLS' GLEE CLUB MADRIGAI. CHOIR SA ORCHESTRA CHRISTMAS CONCERT s f 7 v X 2 4 M 41" A fQj3,, 5,5 M-3, " ' A 'eff ,LL "Y 0 - 4 , 5 1 ly f 3 . Q, 4 1 2 3 43 ' f 1: 4 V Q 3 if -. Q 'A' xp . 4 vi X i w' in 'V . 3-l 1 5 3- 1 if 2 ' Y 1, all L4 I sn- ,-Q . I Y wi 4. fi A PASSVCRI LE CERCLE FRANCAIS """ LATIN CLUB Adviser: Miss Cope President: Frank Frazier Advisers: Miss Ward Mrs. Rice ..f--"fr-1 INTERNATIONAL CLUB Adviser: Miss North President: Barbara Rice Vice President and Chairman of Programs: Rose DelVisco 80 4 J- If 3 . vi-if -934-new . Y The Girls' Athletic Council is composed of the officers of each sport. Juniors and seniors are officers, unless only sophomores are out for the sport. The main purpose of this organization is to form a more effective after school sport program. The council decides who should receive points and also may nominate candidates for the Girls' Athletic Activity Honor Roll. The big task the council performs, however, is the selection of a girl to receive the Gross Memorial Award which is presented at the Athletic Awards Assembly in the spring. The Boys' Athletic Council is made up of a group of boys who are interested in im- proving the athletic program and facilities at M. H. S. Be- ing a committee of student faculty, the council gets sug- gestions from the home- rooms through that organiza- tion and tries to carry them out. Although all student requirements cannot be granted, those that cannot are investigated and reasons for and against them are given. The council has help- ed to solve many athletic problems that might have otherwise gone unsolved. 81 GIRLS' ATHLETIC COUNCIL Adviser: Miss Miller President: June Smith Secretary: Betsey Bouveroux Treasurer: Angela Duffy Student- Faculty Representative Barbara Howard l' i ,5 l' lil 5 ,gui lm A I -4!, ! N. ? a 4 ' ' w .yall muse .qs sfvulgw . "UIQ . gl 'A 'IQHL TAT 4,111 1,1 , 1 LU 4 J 4 if 7 2. l . 7' I' -'hi' qi H nu 5 NH Q91 wmfms Ez: I .. i?,,f- J' N if-Q. me if-Ji J Q 9 4? - ,n. 1 ,Ai-L 5 This year as well as in past years the M, H. S. twirlers have added fun and pageanty to every football game, Their bright smiles and jaunty steps have become known to all who enjoy whirling color and skillful twirling. 19 l-5 1,19-q lv A '53 '.u 2 F 2 5 2 ' ' ,LW 115 4 ' I ' 'I J I - f sf .1 5 X i " Q v ,fry ,f J 1. 'fr A 'L 1 Q'-5 sr +3 54 I 2,4 1' .A-neun' Q wr jf lg . I 1 ar, ' s , J N. w 1-f K it-NA A 0 D, 1 ,cfm 1 Vai ......,5 ' z,v,J',, ,W ' 4 -Wu my ML, M ' 1 'W .-as. u-1 w 3 ifwqff 1 .- 3 x iv 4 5 I Aff? A gd My Mm C! 3 , IIN 'X ,lgwfpd H X A! ,E X 'Q Q K . YN . O: X X JXXNN ' f ' H N JU" is L 'Q f lllllllllw MJ .XKLJLG 'F' '. 0,,, ml lr- Q ? - 1- 1' + K :-: Q 'ww' K ': I 5 W R QQ ge PETE JOHNSON The only returning member of last year's varsity, Pete was the old reliable for the Mounties this season, smashing through the enemy defense and being at the bottom of every pile up. Every inch a scrapper and an all-state performer. I -4' 1 'if X4 LEROY WILLIAMS A stellar performer all season. Roy could always be counted upon to do more than his share of the work by blocking hard on offense and being an immovable center man on defense. v N B Jfx f ' I ERIC EICHLER The biggest man on the squad Eric was a tower of strength at tackle all season. His all-around ability sparked the team throughout the season. I . CHICK LUCIANO ' A ferocious player, Chick played I with everything he had. He was a hard tackler, blocker and fUl'1l1el'. HARRY ZINGG Harry, one of the two juniors on the varsity, always seemed to snag those passes when the chips were down, His size and speed aided him in driving for those crucial yards. 4 Zi 4 4 4 ish? 'I-I . 2 'fir 0 . J DON MORRIS As a defensive end, Don was outstanding for limiting oppo- nents from gaining around his end. 86 ED NELSON BILL LOHMANN Q . .i eff' Bill was a brilliant signal-caller, as well as being a real passer and runner in his own right. His crafty ball-handling threw the opponents for a loss everytime. ,- ,fae J A1 rvhvf 'O f fffj- " ., 'sl 51, I and runner, i 4 in VV Hgrk wh I d' orer 'n A n I EVERETT CHRISTMAS ' Essefgoungi ea ' 9 Sf mug, Q I Cl1flS WGS The keV man On de' politan 'back. His ceptive 's' ! ' ' f6"'1Sf-'. 9SDeClallY. and will Q0 speed and driving power wilufiadif P AA down in pigskin history as one th Sqng-d, f gyl' .f . , ' ' " 'f rr of M. H. S.'s top line backers. e Rex Y l I . A true all-state center. ' I r ' 1-7 ' ' 5 Et Q . , I . : A , ' I I gl S4 I 'Z 1- I . 1 'V L I Y Z L.. A 5 r 'K A v A l 'H t D l Jfjyd-'4-7 , I J V W ,!!' ,4 g .rf f i N, x ,V ff . f i -15 I l ' 1 i r- L 4 ' C ' pf' 'ff l Ql1'f " i l JOHN GAEASQKONE' Aggressive, dependable and spir- ited was pass catching Johnny. He hustled every second of the game and was an outstanding pass defender. Mountie foes had to hit hard to bring Eddie to a halt. A strong defensive end, he frequently threw opposing backs for a loss besides being a savage blocker on offense. CHARLES MORGAN The clown of the team, Choo Choo, was on many occasions to be found in the opposing back- field. Despite his size, he was a rugged customer. n I JOHN PRITCHARD "Pritch" was one of the main factors in the tearn's great line play. His specialty, making downfield blocks, and his deter- mination on defense, were con- stantly counted upon by team- mates because of his unswerving reliability. aaffaff At the outset of the l952 football season, the general consensus of opinion was that the "Mounties" of '52 would not measure up to the record compiled by the previous squads. However, several successful pre-season scrimmages, climaxed by a clash with the un- defeated Memorial gridders, left the members of the squad feeling a bit more optimistic about their chances. ln the initial game this optimism was given a boost. Opposing an apparently strong, veter- an Orange eleven, the "Mounties" were out- standing in a 38-6 romp. Bob Gayle led the attack, with three touchdowns. The next week, the "Mounties" anticipated a strong defense from a big lrvington squad but surprised both teams by scoring a 44-l4 victory, Opinion was divided as to the outcome of the next week's contest with Kearny. However, striking with lightning fast thrusts, the Mont- clair team captured a 20-O lead before the amazed "Kardinals" could recover and went on to triumph 47-14. Little can be said of the Nutley game except that the score was 47-O and the "J. V.'s" put in a creditable perform- ance. After much preparation during the week, the "Mounties" were hard pressed for a quarter but came out on top in a fast and furious fin- ish, beating East Orange 48-O. The Columbia team, determined to stop a new Montclair winning streak, outclassed the "Mounties" in every department except the one that counts. Playing a possession game, the "Cougers" tallied 6 points, but their failure to halt Montclair's attack resulted in a score of 27 points. West Orange presented no problems to the Monclair machine as they rolled up an impres- sive 52-O win. Many spectators called the Clifton contest "the game" of the current campaign. Facing a confident, unbeaten "Mustang" squad was a big enough task but in a driving rain it was even more difficult, With both sides playing a defensive game, the "Mounties" held Clifton and managed to win I3-0. The traditional Bloomfield game turned out to be harder than expected with a score of 7-7 in the first quarter, Then the "Mounties" started to roll, finishing with a 44-7 victory. This game climaxed one of the most success- ful undefeated seasons in quite a while. FOOTBALL SCORES Montclair . . Orange . Montclair . . lrvington . Montclair . . Kearny . Montclair . . Nutley . Montclair . . East Orange . Montclair . . Columbia. . . Montclair . . West Orange . Montclair . . Clifton . . Montclair . . Bloomfield . FOOTBALL COACH ES Norm Gathany, Fred Seelbach, "Butch Fortunato Jack Kerr, Paul Lally, Anthony Whitman. and Clary Anderson. 1 1' ' 1- 4" Wx , N EM 3,5rQ',,, . i r u J: ml 1 5? -'T 'W t . x ,E ,A l, , LQ ef ? 1 T 1' ' 7,5 I , V .' 1 f I , H ia: 5 , U' I . ' H V iq V Q Y' .. 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' 'F pn J I O O X" uv , I g,A 4 4 bf -ai 2.11, N' A- '-- an . x 9 1 ls' O '--'NE - .- li, lk. -1' FJ Z Q 7' I 4 7,3 llll fl .O Q 0 ll ii asieffaff As of February l l, the Montclair High School Basketball Team has gone undefeated in thirteen games and is soon to enter the Essex County Basketball Tournament. This year's varsity squad has been big and fast-moving with several high scorers. There have been no individual standout players, although David "Whitey" Ful- comer has maintained the highest point per game average. Nick Pond, the captain ot the team, has been a steady performer all season and could be counted upon for his leadership and re- bounding skill Whitey Fulcomer, besides being a high scorer, was a tower ot strength under the back-boards and the tallest man on the team at 6-6. Harry Zingg turned into a great team player in the latter part ot the season. He was deadly in his outside shooting and a good floor man. Aubrey Lewis, with his tremendous speed, was a big asset to the Mounties' scoring. His driving lay-ups and variety of other shots kept the opposition uncertain when Aubrey had his hands on the ball. Everett Christmas, though not a high scorer, more than made up for it with excellent floor play. He was the playmaker. and his passes set up many a score for Montclair, John Galascione and Dave Perham, both good dribblers and outside shots, were valuable re- placements all season. Their hustle and determination helped the team a great deal. This year, the Mounties have compiled an out- standing record with their team play and spirit. VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Morty Klein, John Galascione, Alfred Fowlkes, Jack Hayden, Rick Heath, Bill Treene, Nick Pond, Whitey Fulcomer, Harry Zingg, Aubrey Lewis, John Soucek, Bill Lohmann, Dave Perham, Everett Christmas, . fs af 7952 Last year's J. V. Team had the honor of winning the tirst J. V. Tournament sponsored by the Newark Evening News. The tournament was open to all high school teams with the restriction of using only Sophomore and Freshman players who had not participated in Varsity Basketball. Although the sea- son's record was even in wins and losses, the restriction of limiting J.V. teams to Freshmen and Sophomores helped the J.V.'s in the tournament since in Montclair only Sophomores play J. V. ball anyway. Led by three ot the top men of this Year's varsity, the J. Vfs took the decision over the West Orange J.V.'s in the final game at Seton Hall in February of l952. The J. Vfs ot last year certainly have formed the backbone ot this year's un- defeated team with Whitey Fulcomer, Aubrey Lewis and Dave Perham being the star graduates who have come up to the varsity this year and have made it a state power. 9l J. V. BASKETBALL TEAM Standing: Albert Engstrom. Jim Lawless, Bill McQuilkin, Bob Bowen, Robert Killgore, Dick Rosevear, Vincent Pignatiello, Ricky Murphy. Seated Bernest Peoples, Mike Hain, Hanse l-lalligan, Arthur Malian. Charles Jefferson, Pete Berrall 2920014 7952 The i952 Track Team is said to have been the most successful ever to perform for the high school, Each meet was won by a large ma- jority of points, which were earned largely by such standouts as Don Philpott and Don Walker in the mile, Aubrey Lewis and Royce Flippin in the dashes, Thorsten Johnson in the quarter mile, and Rodney Edwards and Perry Jones in the half mile. Starring in jumping events were Bill Johns and Wally Choice in the high jump, combination of athletes, but a promising group of tracksters have been left to anticipate the '53 season. Among those who will uphold the promise of another outstanding season are Aubrey Lewis, Pete Johnson, John Pritchard, Thomas Johnson, Eric Eichler, Donald Walker, Wilbur Spivey, Rodney Edwards, Perry Jones, Lowell Lockett, Doug Wright, Ronnie Balsamo, Leroy Williams, Ed Nelson, and Jack Logan. TRAC K MEET QUADRANGLE MEET NEWARK lNVlTATlON John Pritchard and Doug Wright in the pole- A Momcjai, 38 vault, Jack l-lazell and Bill Johns in the hurdles. Momma" Opp' Thomas Jefferson 30 and Royce Elippin, Larry Hubbard and Ronnie l03 Bloomfield 325 Colvurnbia 26 Balsamo in the broad jump. ln throwing events 30 Glen Ridge 2912 Plamheld 25 the team possessed Bob Tyler, Wally Choice, 34iy2 Orange 22172 ESSEX CGUNTY and John Pritchard in the javelin, and Aubrey 75,, T J H MV Momcjaj, 8Olff1 Lewis, and Bob Tyler in the discus. 'Z ' 6 erson 'Z Columbia 31 ln the large meets the Mounties were given 84 W' Orange 33 wgsl gldange li little trouble, the closest being the Newark 36 We?-'Side 3l S le Invitation Meet with a strong Thomas Jeffer- Ill Irvington 6 STATE MEET son team eight points behind Montclair at the 67 Clifton 19 Montclair 41 Va finish. The team's success was largely due to g:"?"j?5 Jeflewon 272, the widespread talent, with champions in al- 99 Nulley l8 pei'f,'il,fl,boy id most every event. This was truly an exceptional 70 Central 29 Kearny I3 'flvxgl' .-, -4 i i.-,4- . .., v Front Row: Rodney Edwards, Nick Treratola, Eric Mooney, Donald Philpott, Bill Johns, Gene Robinson, Peter Johnson, John P"ifCl1afd. Perry Jones. Second Row: Thorsten Johnson, Bob Tyler, Thomas Johnson, Aubrey Lewis, Ronnie Balsamo, ' 92 Leroy Williams, Dan Pennisi. Third Row: Mr. Seelbach, Bob, Breithaupt, Jim Robb, Bob Hollenstein, Lowell Lockett Douglas Wright, Rogers Burke, Ed Nelson, Eric Eichler, Larry Treratrola, Dennis Hartigan, Don Walker, Mr. Mansfield, Back Row: Don Chatelier, Anthony Whitman fManagerJ, Roger Treichler, Wilbur Spivey, Bill Lee, John Phillips, Jack Logan, George Amerson. Montclair had an even season in l952, winning three and losing three. Paced by Don Walker, and able substitute for eminent Don Philpott, the Mounties opened their Cross Country campaign with an excellent 23-32 victory over Irvington. This meet, the first out of five held at West Side Park, Newark, proved to be a forecast of Don's tirst-place-fin- ish in six out of six dual meets. In the last dual meet, held at Branch Brook Park, Don set a Montclair record time of l3:l4, for the two and one-half mile course. He also finished sixth in the County Meet, and a good third in the State Meet. The support- ing team of Marvin Jones, Jack Belanger, Gene Robinson, Ronald Lofton and other juniors and sophomores, gallantly brought Montclair to fifth place in the County Meet, and seventh in the State Meet. The fellows remain- ing for the l953 season should have a sparkling one, for they had a good "warm-up" this season, 95 gms' Zaunhy Tubby Robinson, Coach Norman Mansfield Terry Jones Donald Walker Ronald Lofton, Gene Robinson, Edward Brisco Walter Johnson Ken Chappel Jack Belanger, Albert Bailey, Ray Carroll Mgr Leeke White Robert Manning L Rodney Edwards '4 sw. , x l QQX' El I Standing: Alex Tornillo, Clary Anderson, Bill Scott, Bobby Gayle, Bob Sherry, Harry Zingg, Charley Pierce, Don Gaffney, Sam Bonito, Dave Perham, Joel Sterns. Sitting: Bill Lohmann, John Galascione, Bill Peel, David Mott, Sam Pizzuti, Royce Flippin, Larry Hubbard, Bill Rose, Ken Miscia, Paul Pizzano. zzsefaff 7952 The Baseball Team in the spring of l952 had another good year. Coming through with a l3-5 record was about par in comparison with the records of past seasons. The one disap- pointment was the 3-2 loss to Nutley in the opening round of the Baseball tournament in June. Many members of the team came through with outstanding feats. Larry Hubbard in particular was outstanding in both pitching and hitting, In the second game of the season "Hub" pitched a no-hitter against Weequahicj then against Bloomfield and Orange he hit drives longer than 400 feet each. A good catcher always helps a good pitcher become a better pitcher, This was the job of hustling John Galascione who was a real bulwark be- hind the plate. John rarely made a poor play in defense and came through in the clutch on many occasions, particularly in the first Bloom- field game when he stepped into the first pitch from "double no-hit" Bob Adubato and slapped it for a resounding two base hit. In center field Royce Flippin closed out his high school career in fine style. His great speed in the outfield saved many an extra base hit from go- ing through, and his hitting was 'second only to Larry Hubbard's. In the Clifton game Royce collected four hits. These three top men, Hubbard, Flippin and Galascione, were mentioned on the Group lV all-state baseball team. Other members of the team that did their part in bringing the team success in i952 were Bill Rose, who alternated between first base and the pitching mound. Bill had the third highest average among the regulars, and was second to Larry Hubbard in pitching. ln left field, was the dependable fielder Dave Mott. Although his hitting was disappointing, his fielding ability gave Mont- clair a strong spot, defensively, in left field. Another solid ball player was the third base- man, Paul Pizzano. An experienced player, Paul added a great deal of spirit to the infield. Although there were others, too numerous to mention, they all worked hard to give Mont- clair another fine year on the diamond. BASEBALL SCORES Montclair Opp. 3 .... Central . . . . 8 IO .... Weequahic . . . O lO .... Thomas Jefferson . 2 2 .... Thomas Jefferson . 3 l .... Bloomfield . . . 6 9 .... West Orange . . 7 I2 .... Orange . . . 4 l 5 ..,. Clifton . . . 4 5 .,.. Kearny . . . O 3 .... East Orange . . 7 32 .... Verona . . . . 2 6 .... Irvington . . 3 5 .... Columbia . . . 2 3 .... Belleville . . . . I 4 .... Bloomfield Tech. . . l 2 .... Nutley . . . . 3 5 .... Bloomfield . . l 4 ..., Nutley . . . 2 U Front Row: John Salisbury, Sanford Astarita, Henry Knox, Arthur Anderson Bill Adams, George Roussakis, Beebe Williams. Second Row: Coach "Doc' Newman, Alvin Taylor, .lim Kennedy, Jay Callahan, Barry Grevatt, Bob Breit haupt, Hayes Henderson, Ronald Morton, Snooky Williams. Back Row Standing: George Farrand, Dan Ward, Ed Martin, Barton Bendix, Gene Keith, Bill Scott. 0062! Coach "Doc" Newman, aided by only two returning letter men, produced a team whose record will stand out as one of the best achieved by a Montclair soccer team in many a year. For a secondary fall sport at a football-minded school, the team's six win and seven loss record is an excellent one. Fielding a strong offensive team that was held scoreless only twice proved to be one of the main reasons for the team's success. The defense was not so strong as it should have been, but the scoring power of the forward line made up for this deficit. Standout performers were Ed Martin, goalie, Ronny Morton, Alvin Taylor, Gene Keith, Bob Breithaupt and Jim Kennedy, forwards, Beebe Williams and Hayes Henderson, halfbacksg and Sandy Astarita, Barton Bendix and Dave Zelisse, fullbacks. Mentioned on the All-State teams were Bart Bendix, Alvin Taylor and Hayes Henderson. Other members of the team who will figure strongly in next year's games are Henry Knox, George Farrand, Bill Adams, and Barry Grevatt. The highlight of the season was the game against Kearny. The Scots had a strong record of five goals in each of their pre- vious games and were unscored upon at game time. As the game progressed, it became evident that Kearny would not roll on to an easy victory. Late in the second half, Kearny had but a 2-O lead when Sandy Astarita centered a long kick in the goal mouth. Hayes Henderson passed it toward Gene Keith, who headed it again over the diving goalie's hands for the first goal scored against Kearny in the '52 season. A 2-l loss to Kearny was a moral victory to the Mountie Booters. The two contests with Irvington saw the team wake up in the last half and pull both games out of the fire by the same score 2-l. So with the l95Z Soccer Team's impressive record, it looks as though Soccer is on the upgrade here at Montclair High. ZW The 1952 golf team finished the season with a four and three record, The team also finished eighteenth in a field of thirty-three teams in the New Jersey state meet. Among the opponents of Montclair during the past sea- son were Bloomfield, West Orange, Belleville, Nutley, Caldwell and Verona. The end of the season saw John Boyd, a sophomore, number one man, because of his steady play. Mike Brew- ster, a junior, was secondg Tom Tuttle, a senior, was thirdg and John Davidson a junior, was fourth. Support came from Bruce Longton, and John Condit. With five of the six members of last year's team re- turning, and some promising sophomores, Montclair has high hopes of a good season this year. Q 4. " f 7. .i "1-'w i t ,.'f4- . -.,.-4. .I John Boyd, John Davidson, Bruce Longton, Mike Brewster, Tom Tuttle. efzfzfls' Montclair had an unusually well balanced team, which compiled an outstanding record of fourteen wins against only one defeat. This single loss was to the Ridgewood netmen who also beat Montclair in the finals of the New Jersey lnterschol- astic Tournament at Princeton. The team, led by Bob Miles, Bill Dodd, George Juergens, Pete Adams, John Onderdonk, Dee Paul and Tom Russell, with Rich Hatch and George Farrand acting as substitutes, was coached by Ken Sprague. Robert Miles Montclair Opp. Montclair Opp. 5 . . . Caldwell . . . O 3 . . . Paterson . . . 2 5 . . . 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ADAMS, ALMA D. "Al"-Bible Club 2, 3, 4, Modern Dance Club 2. ADAMS, PAUL R. "Pete"-Banking 4, Co-Chairman 4, Tennis 4, Varsity Letter 4, Foot- ball Manager 2, Varsity Letter 2, Soccer 3, Varsity Letter 3. ALLEN, ALGY N. "Al"-Student Faculty 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Banking 2, Junior Hospitality Committee 3, Senior Hospitality Committee 4, Football Program Committee 4, Modern Dance Club 2, Baseball 2, 3, Bas- ketball 2, 3, Hockey 2, Archery 3, Tennis 3, Volleyball 2, 3, Badmin- ton 2, Table Tennis 2, Modern Dance 2, 3. ALLEN, GWENDOLYN E. "Gwen"--Junior Red Cross 3, Football Band 3, 4, Dramatic Club 4, Bible Club 2. ANDERSON, BETTY Dramatic Club 4, Bowling 2, 3, Fencing 2, Modern Dance 3. ANDERSON, RUTH "Ruthie"-Banking 2 , Mountaineer Editorial Staff 4, Junior Council 3, Treasurer 3, Baseball 4, Basketball 2, 3, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Representa- tive Team 2, 3, Tennis 3, Volley- ball 2, 3, 4, Representative Team 2, 3, Table Tennis 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Modern Dance 2, Skating 3, 4. ARMSTRONG, NANCY E. Girls' Glee Club 4, Music Club 4, Program Seller 2, Basketball 2, Archery 2, Badminton 2. AUSTIN, JOYCE E. Cheerleader 4, A Cappella 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Banking 4, Sen- ior Hospitality Committee 4, Senior Council 4, Girls' Athletic Council 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Baseball 2, 3, Manager 2, 3, Archery 3, Volley- ball 2, 3, 4, Manager 2, 3, Bad- minton 3, Manager 3, Table Tennis 3, Modern Dance 2, Manager of Hockey 2, 3, 4. BAlLEY, MARILYN E. Student Faculty 3, 4, Dramatic Club 4, President 4, Le Cercle Francais 4, Junior Hospitality Com- mittee 3, Senior Hospitality Com- mittee 4, Latin Club 2, Baseball 3, 4, Basketball 4, Archery 3, 4. BAILEY, WILLIAM "Bill"-Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4. BAKER, JAMES A. "Jim"--Senior Council 4, Moun- taineer Editorial Staff 4, Chemistry Club 4, Football 2, 3. BAKER, MARY L. Banking 4, Treasurer 4, Latin Club 2, Mountaineer Business Staff 3, Chemistry Club 4, Co-Chairman 4. BALSAMO, RONALD A. "Celeb"-Student Faculty 4, Jun- ior Red Cross 2, Mountaineer Bus- iness Staff 3, Soccer 3, Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity Letter 2, 3, 4. BARNES, JOSEPH "Rocko"-Football 3. BELLANTE, ANTHONY A. "Tony"-Football 2. BERRY, LOUIS H. "Lou"-Mixed Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2. BOND, NELSON L. "Pete"-Browsers' Club 3, Bible Club 3, Amphitheatre Writing Staff 4. BONITO, SAM A. Art Club 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 4, Varsity Letter 3. BOSTOCK, MARY C. "Chris"-Student Faculty 35 Girls' Glee Club 2, 35 Madrigals 2, 3, 45 Music Club 25 Le Cercle Francais 2, 35 Swimming 25 Tennis 2, 3, 4, Representative Team 2, 3, 45 Bowl- ing 2. BOVEROUX, ELIZABETH S. "Betsy" - Lunchroom Committee 3, 45 Junior Red Cross 3, 45 A Cappella 2, 45 Girls' Glee Club 35 Banking 35 Le Cercle Francais 45 International Club 4, Membership Chairman 45 Junior Hospitality Committee 35 Senior Hospitality Committee 45 Red Cross Candy Sellers 4, Chairman 45 Mountaineer Business Staff 35 Girls' Athletic Council 3, 4, Secretary 45 Art Ser- vice Club 4, President 45 Baseball 2, 3, 4, Representative Team 2, 35 Basketball 2, 3, Manager 35 Tennis 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 35 Table Tennis 35 Bowling 35 Skating 2, 3, 4. BOWSER, EILEEN F. "Bow-Wow"-Junior Red Cross 25 A Cappella 35 Girls' Glee Club 25 Red Cross Candy Sellers 35 Football Program Committee 45 Bowling 2, 3. BOWSER, MORRIS H. Track 2, 35 Cross-Country 3, Var- sity Letter 3. BRACH, EARL T. Boys' Glee Club 45 Golf 4. BRASSELL, MARILYN Lunchroom Committee 3, 4, Secre- tary 45 Junior Hospitality Commit- tee 35 Senior Hospitality Commit- tee 4, Amphitheatre Writing Staff 45 Mountaineer Business Staff 35 Senior Council 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 2, 35 Modern Dance 2. BREITHAU PT, ROBERT M. "Bob"--Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Band 2, 35 Football Band 2, 3, 45 Moun- taineer Editorial Statt 45 Soccer 4, Varsity Letter 45 Track 2, 3, 4. BREWSTER, MICHAEL E. "Mike"-Student Faculty Alter- nate 45 Golf 2, 3, Varsity Letter 2, 3. BROWN, FREDERICK ALLEN Student Faculty Alternate 35 Senior Council 4, President 45 Audio Vis- ual Squad 3, 45 O.A.S.A. 2, 3, 45 Football 25 Track 2. BROWN, MINERVA E. "Mindy"-Junior Red Cross 2, 45 Red Cross Candy Sellers 2, 35 Bas- ketball 2. BURKE, THEODORE Boys' Glee Club 45 Football Band 2, 3, 45 Boys' Athletic Council 25 Audio Visual Squad 2, 3, 45 Track 2. BURR, ALFRED A. "Bernie"-Student Faculty 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 45 Boys' Athletic Council 25 Community Chest Speakers 45 Bible Club 35 Honor Study Hall 3, 4, Chairman 45 Civics Committee 2, 4, Chairman 45 Projection Squad 2, 3, 45 Bas- ketball 25 Football 2, 35 Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity Letter 4. CAMPO, ROBERT F. Baseball 25 Basketball 2, 4, Varsity Letter 4. CANNADY, TH ELMA V. "Red"-Twirlers 45 Girls' Glee Club 2, 45 Junior Hospitality Club 35 Senior Hospitality Committee 45 Archery 25 Bowling 2, 3, Represen- tatigfe Team 35 Girls' Athletic Coun- cil . CAPUTO, FRANCES E. "Frannie"-Twirlers 3, 45 Banking 45 Junior Hospitality Committee 35 Senior Hospitality Committee '45 Basciball 35 Archery 25 Table Ten- nis . CAPPUCCINO, JOSEPH ll Circolo Italiano 2. CARDELL, KATHERINE "Kitty"-ll Circolo Italiano 4. CARDINELL, JOANNE R. "Jo"-Banking 45 Football Band 3, 45 Orchestra 3, 45 Le Cercle Fran- cais 45 International Club 45 Moun- taineer Business Staff 3. CARR, JUDITH "Judy"-Twirlers 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Banking 4, Senior Hospi- tality Committee 4, Baseball 2, Co- Captain 2, Swimming 3, 4, Bowling 2, Modern Dance 3, 4, Skating 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 2. CASS, GEORGE E. "Cass"-Boys' Glee Club 4, Jun- ior Red Cross 3, Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. CATALANO, ROSEMARIE Twirlers 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Junior Red Cross 2, Banking 4, Senior Hospitality Committee 4, Latin Club 2, Baseball 2, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Archery 2, Modern Dance 4. CHRISTMAS, EVERETT T. "Ed"-Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Varsity Letter 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity Letter 3, 4. CLAPP, DOROTHY E. "Dotty"-Junior Red Cross 3, 4, Assistant Chairman 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, Banking 2, 3, Dramatic Club 2, Baseball 2, 3, Bowling 2, Modern Dance 3, Skating 3. CLAUDE, PHILIPPA "Phlip"-Junior Red Cross 3, Browsers' Club 3, Amphitheatre Writing Staff 4, Art Service Club 4, Archery 2, Modern Dance 3, 4. COHOES, SUZAN NA L. "Susie"-Junior Red Cross 3, lnternational Club 3, 4, Chairman of Hospitality 4, Latin Club 2, Chemistry Club 4, Baseball 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, Modern Dance 2, 3, Hockey 2, 3, 4. CONN, DORIS Junior Red Cross 4, Browsers' Club 3, Assistant 3, Archery 2, 3, Bad- minton 2, Table Tennis 2, Art Ser- vice Club 4. CONOVER, ELIZABETH D. "Beth"-Cheerleader 4, Lunch- room Committee 2, 3, 4, A Cap- pella 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Banking 2, Madrigals 4, lnter- national Club 4, Junior Hospitality Committee 3, Mountaineer Busi- ness Staff 3, Chemistry Club 4, Hockey 3, Archery 2, 3, Tennis 2, Bowling 2. COOK, CHARLES M. "C0Okl9"-Band 2, Football Band 2, Basketball 4, Football 2. COUCH, ROGER C. "Count"-Basketball 2, 4. CRITTON, DONALD W. "Don"-Football 2. CROZIER, NEAL Art Club 2, 4, Amphitheatre Art Staff 3, 4, Basketball 2. DADE, MARIE J. Banking 3, Bible Club 3, Hockey 3, Archery 3. DANKINS, ERROL "Co Co"-Boys' Glee Club 2, Browsers' 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 4, Basketball 2, 4, Football 2. D'ARAUJO, ELAINE Junior Red Cross 2. DAVIDSON, JOHN C. Audio Visual Squad 2, 3, Chemistry Club 2, Golf 3, Varsity Letter 3. DAVIS, ERNESTINE "Erne"-Red Cross Candy Seller 2, Hockey 2, Badminton 2, Fencing 2, Representative Team 2, Modern Dance 2. DE BENEDETT, VINCENT "Cookie"-Student Faculty 2, Football 3. DELVISCO, ROSE "Rosie"-Cheerleader 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 3, Music Club 3, Brow- sers' Club 3, Le Cercle Francais 4, ll Circolo Italiano 3, 4, lnternational Club 3, 4, Vice President 4, Junior Hospitality Committee 3, Senior Hospitality Committee 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Secretary 3, Junior Council 3, Football Program Com- mittee 2, Mountaineer Editorial Staff 4. DICKSON, JOSEPH C. "Joe"-Student Faculty 4, Junior Red Cross 2, Bible Club 2, Basket- ball 2, Football 2. DOWNING, JOAN V. "Johnny"-Twirlers 4, A Cappella 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, Le Cercle Francais 2, Girls' Athletic Council 3, Archery 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Badminton 2, 3, 4, Table Tennis 2, 3, 4, Fencing 2, 3, 4, Captain 3. DR EW, LORETTA D. "Retta"-Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Banking 4, Junior Hospitality Com- mittee 3, Red Cross Candy Sellers 3. DUFFY, ANGELA "Duff"-Cheerleaders 3, 4, Stu- dent Faculty 4, Amphitheatre Art Staff 4, Girls' Athletic Council 4, Treasurer 4, Art Service Club 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Representative Team 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Repre- sentative Team 3, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Representative Team 2, 3, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Representative Team 3, Modern Dance 2, 3, 4, Manager 4. DUNHAM, DAVID H. "Dave"-Senior Council 4, Art Club 2, Baseball 2, Football 2, Var- sity Letter 2, Track 2, Varsity Let- ter 2. DWYER, SHEILA K. Girls' Glee Club 2, Banking 2, Le Cercle Francais 4, Junior Hospital- ity Committee 2, 3, Senior Hospi- tality Committee 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Amphitheatre Writing Staff 4, Girls' Athletic Council 4, Junior Council 3, Senior Council 4, Base- ball 2, 4, Basketball 2, Hockey 2, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Manager 3, Modern Dance 2, 3, 4, Skating 3, 4. EDWARDS, RODN EY G. "Rod"-Basketball 4, Track 3, 4, Varsity Letter 4, Cross Country 4. EICHLER, ERIC Y. "Rick"-A Cappella 3, Boys' Glee Club 4, Madrigal Choir 3, 4, Or- chestra 2, 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Student Faculty 4, President 4, Junior Red Cross 2, Audio-Visual Squad 2, 3, 4, Browsers' Club 3, Amphitheatre Photography Staff 4, Football 2, 3. 4, Varsity Letter 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity Letter 3, 4. ELLIOTT, ALICIA I. Student Faculty 2, Le Cercle Fran- 'gais 2. ELLIS, LAWRENCE A. "El"-Student Faculty 2, Amphi- Sheatre Business Staff 3, Baseball ELLIS, ROBERT E. "Bob"-Orchestra 2, Band 2, Football Band 2, 3, Track 2. ELVIN, BARBARA A. "Barb"-Student Faculty 3, 4, Football Program Committee 3, Mountaineer Editorial Staff 4, Archery 3, Volleyball 2, Badminton 2, Table Tennis 3, Bowling 3, Fencing 2, Modern Dance 2. EVANS, JUDY A. "Judy"--Student Faculty 3, Bank- ing 4, Amphitheatre Art Staff 4, Tennis 4, Modern Dance 2, Skat- ing 2. FAAS, ETHEL A. 'Sis"-Twirlers 3, 4, Senior Hos- pitality Committee 4, Amphitheatre Art Staff 3, Mountaineer Editorial Staff 3, Art Service Club 4. FISCHER, EUGENE BRUCE "Fish"-Student Faculty 2, 3, 4, Audio Visual Squad 2, 3, 4, Dram- atic Club 4, Stage Lighting Crew 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity Letter 4, Track 4. FITZHUGH, GILBERT V. I. "Gil"-Audio-Visual Squad 2, 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, 4, Mountaineer Editorial Staff 4, Photography Editor 4. FLETCHER, ELEANOR M. "Switch"--Twirlers 3, 4. FLOU NOY, WI LLLIAM L. "Billy"-Browsers' Club 2, Bible Club 2, Track 3, Cross-Country 2, 3. FORESMAN, BRUCE C. Boys' Glee Club 3, 4, Mixed Glee Club 3, Football Band 2, 3, 4, Banking 2, 3, Track 2, Cross-Coun- try 3, Varsity Letter 3. FORSHAY, FREDERICK H. 'iFred"-Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Mixed Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Football Band 2, 3, 4, Student Faculty 2, 3, Audio- Visual Squad 3, 43 Amphitheatre Writing Staff 4, Tennis 3, 4, Bowl- ing 3, 4. FRESHER, LOlS J. "Lo"-Banking 4, Senior Council 4. GAFFNEY, DONALD J. "Graff"-Baseball 2, 3, 4, Varsity Letter 3, 4. GALASCIONE, JOHN F. "Johnnie"-Madrigal Choir 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 4, Boys' Athletic Council 3, 4, Bank- ing 4, Treasurer 43 Browsers' Club 35 Baseball 2, 3, 4, Varsity Letter 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 4, Varsity Letter 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 4, Var- sity Letter 3, 4. GARRISON, PHYLLIS A. "PhylI"-Girls' Glee Club 23 Bas- ketball 2g Volleyball 23 Bowling 2. GATES, DOUGLAS H. "Doug"-Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity Letter 4, Track 2, 3. GENTlLE, ANTHONY '-'Junior"-Browsers' Club 3, 4. GRAPER, PRISCILLA A. "Pris"-Junior Red Cross 35 Junior Hospitality Committee 33 Senior Hospitality Committee 43 Latin Club 25 Chemistry Club 4, Secre- tary 45 Junior Council 35 Baseball 2, 43 Basketball 33 Archery 3gTen- nis 3, 4, Volleyball 2, Skating 3. GREEN, JOHN T. "Ted"-Boys' Glee Club 2, 35 Football2. GREENE, CONSTANCE D. "Connie"-Bible Club 2. GREENE, SYLVIA J. "Syll"-Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Banking 23 Community Chest Speakers 4, Messenger Service Committee 3 g Red Cross Candy Sel- lers 2, Absentee Slip Collector 3. GROSSO, GRACE Twirlers 3. GWYNNE, DIANE L. Cheerleaders 3, 4, Student Faculty 2, Banking 2, 4, Browsers' Club 2, 33 International Club 43 Junior Hos- pitality Committee 2, 3, 4g Messen- ger Service Committee 3, Recep- tionist 4g Art Club 3, 4, Nurses' Club 43 Baseball 2, 45 Archery 23 Swimming 2, 3, 4, Tennis 4, Vol- leyball 2, Bowling 4, Skating 4. HALLIGAN, LEE Student Faculty 3, Junior Red Cross 3, 4, Chairman 4, Bowling 3. HALS EY, BARBARA J. "Barb"-Cheerleaders 43 A Cap- pella 4g Girls' Glee Club 23 Junior Hospitality Committee 2, 33 Senior Hospitality Committee 43 Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 25 Hockey 2, 3, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 43 Bowling 2, 3, 4. HAMPTON, BEVERLY "Bev"-Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Messenger Service Committee 3' Color Guard 43 Art Service 4. HANCOCK, BARBARA A. Red Cross Candy Sellers 2, 33 Baseball 2g Archery 2, Bowling 2, Fencing 2. HANCOCK, JUNE B. "Chich"-Girls' Glee Club 3g Bank- ing 2g Madrigals 43 Girls' Athletic Council 3, Basketball 2, 3, Hoc- key 2g Bowling 33 Fencing 2. HARRIS, EDWARD H. "Eddie"-Boys' Glee Club 4, Foot- ball Band 4, Student Faculty 2, Lunchroom Committee 3, 43 Jun- ior Red Cross 3, 43 Art Club 43 Lunchroom Music Committee 4. HARRISON, ROBERT F, Junior Red Cross 2, Banking 2. HARVEY, RICHARD L. "Haw"-Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Madrigal Choir 4, Lunchroom Com- mittee 3, 4g Audio-Visual Squad 2, 3, 4, Assembly Committee 3, 4, Mountaineer Business Staff 3. "Babs"-Le Cercle Francais 45 Senior Hospitality Committee 43 HAYES, NANCY E. "Nance"-Cheerleaders 3, 4, Co- Captain 43 Lunchroom Music Com- mittee 33 Le Cercle Francais 33 Junior Hospitality Committee 33 Senior Hospitality Committee 43 Latin Club 23 Amphitheatre Busi- ness Staff 3, 4, Circulation Man- ager 43 Amphitheatre Art Staff 33 Mountaineer Business Staff 33 Girls' Athletic Council 3, 43 Senior Council 43 Baseball 23 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Hockey 2, 3, 4, Manager 33 Swimming 33 Tennis 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Manager 2, 33 Table Tennis 23 Bowling 2, 3, 4, Manage: 33 Modern Dance 2, 3, 43 Skating 33 Hockey 2, Representa- tive Team 2. HAZELL, BARBARA A. "Babs"-Junior Red Cross 23 Banking 23 Junior Hospitality Com- mittee 2. HEATH, FREDERICK G. "Rick"-Audio-Visual Squad 2, 3, 43 Baseball 23 Basketball 2, 3, 4, Varsity Letter 4. HEN DERSON, HAYES "Hindo"-Soccer 2, Varsity Letter 3, 43 Track 3. HENDRICKS, VIRGINIA "Ginny"-Girls' Glee Club 43 Foot- ball Band 3, 43 Le Cercle Francais 3, 43 International Club 43 Football Program Committee 33 Basketball 2, 33 Tennis 33 Badminton 2, 3. HERZ, CONSTANCE R. "Connie"-Dramatic Club 43 Inter- national Club 3, 43 Amphitheatre Writing Staff 43 Girls' Athletic Council 2. HISS, RICHARD N. "Rich"-Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Band 23 Football Band 2, 3, 43 Student Faculty 4, Treasurer 43 Banking 2, 3, Treasurer 2, 33 Le Cercle Fran- cais 2, 3, 4, Vice President 43 Mountaineer Business Staff 3, Bus- iness Manager 33 Red Cross Speak- Sr 33 Junior Council 33 Basketball HOBBIE, BARBARA H. "Bobbie"-Girls' Glee Club 3, 43 Le Cercle Francais 43 Junior Hos- I pitality Committee 33 Senior Hos- pitality Committee 43 Latin Club 23 I Amphitheatre Writing Staff 43 Mountaineer Business Staff 33 Girls' Athletic Council 33 Baseball 23 Bas- ketball 2, 3, 43 Tennis 2, '3, 43 Volleyball 2, 33 Badminton 3, Cap- tain 3, Table Tennis 3. HOFFMAN, ROBERT "Bob"-Football 23 Bowling 4. HOOVEN, DANIEL B. 'ADan"-A Cappella 33 Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Madrigal Choir 3, 43 Football Band 3, 43 Banking 23 Audio-Visual Squad 2, 3, 43 Stage Lighting Crew 33 Amphitheatre Photography Staff 4, Editor 43 Football Program Committee 33 Football 2. HOROWITZ, CAROLE S. "Cookie"-Le Cercle Francais 43 Football Program Committee 33 Amphitheatre Writing Staff 43 Sen- ior Council 43 Bowling 2. HOWARD, BARBARA "Bebe"-Cheerleaders 3, 43 Stu- dent Faculty 2, 43 Lunchroom Com- mittee 33 Assembly Committee 2, 3, 4, President 43 Le Cercle Fran- cais 3, 43 Junior Hospitality Com- mittee 2, 33 Senior Hospitality Committee 43 Latin Club 23 Am- phitheatre Art Staff 43 Mountaineer Business Staff 33 Girls' Athletic Council 3, 43 Baseball 2, 43 Basket- ball 2, 43 Hockey 2, 3, 4, Manager 33 Swimming 3, 43 Tennis 3, 4, Representative Team 33 Volleyball 2, 43 Badminton 43 Table Tennis 2, 43 Bowling 2, 3, 43 Modern Dance 2, 43 Skating 3, 4, Manager 33 Archery 4. JARRELL, LOUISE A. "Lou"-Junior Red Cross 4. JOHNSON, ANNE Lunchroom Committee 43 A Cap- pella 43 Music Club 43 Browsers' Club 33 International Club 43 Jun- ior Hospitality Committee 33 Sen- ior Hospitality Committee 43 Girls' Athletic Council 23 Chemistry Club 43 Baseball 33 Basketball 23 Arch- ery 2, 33 Tennis 2, 3, 43 Skating 2, 3, 4. JOHNSON, PETER M. "Pete"-Senior Council 4, Treas- urer 43 Boys' Athletic Council 33 Amphitheatre Writing Staff 43 O.A.S.A. 43 Football 2, 3, 4, Var- sit Letter 3 4 Track 2, 3, 4, Var- Y . Z sity Letter 3, 4. ,J Y JORGENSEN, GALE E. "Gale"--Student Faculty 23 Bank- ing 23 Junior Hospitality Commit- tee 2, 33 Senior Hospitality Com- mittee 43 Latin Club 23 Art Service Club 43 Basketball 2, 33 Hockey 23 Tennis 2, 33 Badminton 2, 3, Representative Team 2, 33 Modern Dance 2, 3. KAISER, JOSEPH P. "Jo Jo"-Football Ticket Seller 2, 3, 4. KARCHER, PHIL W. Audio-Visual Squad 4. KARINS, ISABEL M. "Izzy"-Student Faculty Alternate 23 Junior Red Cross 2, 43 Banking 23 Dramatic Club 43 Junior Hospi- tality Committee 33 Senior Hospi- tality 43 Latin Club 23 Art Service Club 43 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 43 Hockey 23 Swimming 3, 43 Bowling 2, 43 Skating 3, 4. KEITH, GENE Boys' Glee Club 43 Mountaineer Business Staff 3, Treasurer 33 Bas- ketball 23 Soccer 4, Varsity Letter 4. KENNEDY, CAROLINE A. Cheerleaders 3, 43 Student Faculty 2, 43 Lunchroom Committee 3, 43 President 43 Junior Hospitality Committee 2, 33 Senior Hospitality Committee 43 Latin Club 23 Mes- senger Service Committee 43 Am- phitheatre Art Staff 43 Moun- taineer Business 33 Junior Council 33 Baseball 2, 33 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Hockey 2, 3, 43 Tennis 2, 33 Volleyball 2, 33 Table Tennis 2, 33 Bowling 2, 3, 43 Modern Dance 23 Junior Red Cross 3. KIEFER, PRISCILLA A. "Johnnie"-Assembly Committee 2, 3, 4, Secretary 43 Browsers' Club 23 Dramatic Club 43 Le Cercle Francais 3, 4, President 43 Senior Hospitality Committee 43 Moun- taineer Editorial Staff 43VBaseball 23 Basketball 23 Tennis 2, 43 Bad- minton 23 Table Tennis 2, 3, 4. KINCAID, JACK M. Band 23 Football Band 2, 33 Stu- dent Faculty 23 Amphitheatre Art Staff 33 Mountaineer Business Staff 33 Chemistry Club 4, President 4. KLEIN, MORTON J. "Morty"-Student Faculty 33 Browsers' Club 2, 33 Baseball 2, 4, Varsity Letter 23 Basketball 2, 3, 4, Varsity Letter 2, 3, 43 Football 2, Varsity Letter 2. KRAMER, PAUL R. Orchestra 2, 3, 43 International Club 43 Latin Club 23 Astronomy Club 2, 33 Amphitheatre Photo- graphy Staff 3, 43 Mountaineer Business Staff 33 Radio Club 4. KRAVITZ, DORRINE V. "Dorrie"-Junior Red Cross 23 Red Cross Candy Sellers 23 Junior Coun- cil . KREBS, GABRIELLA "Gaby"-Junior Red Cross 3 3 Girls' Glee Club 2, 33 Orchestra 2, 33 Music Club 2, 33 Le Cercle Francais 2, 33 International Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Hospitality Committee 33 Senior Hospitality Committee 43 Amphitheatre Photography Staff 4, Chairman 43 Mountaineer Editorial Staff 43 Girls' Athletic Council 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 4, Representa- tive Team 43 Hockey 23 Archery 2, 3, 4, Representative Team 3, 43 Tennis 3, 4, Representative Team 3, 43 Table Tennis 2, 3, 4, Repre- sentative Team 3, 43 Modern Dance 3, 43 Skating 3, 4. KREITMAN, ISABELLE J. "ls"-Messenger Service Commit- tee 33 Baseball 23 Basketball 23 Archery 23 Badminton 23 Bowling 2. KUNTZ, FRANK E. Baseball 2, 3. LALLY, PAUL W. Latin Club 23 Chemistry Club 43 Mountaineer Business Staff 33 Foot- ball Manager 3, 4, Varsity Letter 4. LANCASTER, MARCIA L. "Marn"-Girls' Glee Club 33 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 43 Le Cercle Francais 3, 43 Senior Hospitality Committee 43 Football Program Committee 33 Amphitheatre Writ- ing Staff 43 Basketball 23 Tennis 5, 3, 43 Badminton 23 Table Tennis , 3, 4. LEACH, REGINALD J. "Count"-Band 43 Football Band 43 Student Faculty 43 International Club 43 Track 4. LILLY, ELAINE "Lils"--Bible Club 23 Bowling 2. LIPKIN, JOSEPHINE S. "Jo"-Junior Red Cross 23 GiflS' Glee Club 43 Bible Club 33 Senior Hospitality Committee 31 Lafifl Club 23 Baseball 33 Archery 23 Table Tennis 4. LOCKETT, LOWELL B. Boys' Glee Club 23 Assembly Com- mittee 3, 43 Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Phil Clark Committee 3, 43 Amphi- theatre Business Staff 3, 4, Busi- ness Manager 43 Program Seller 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 4. LOHMANN, WILLIAM R. "Red"-Browsers' Club 33 Base- ball 3, 4, Varsity Letter 3, 43 Bas- ketball 23 Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity Letter 3, 4. LOGAN, JAN ET M. Junior Red Cross 43 Girls' Glee Club 3, 43 Junior Hospitality Committee 33 Senior Hospitality Committee 43 Latin Club 23 Baseball 23 Tennis 33 Bowling 23 Modern Dance 2. LOMBARDI, ANNA M. Twirlers 3, 43 Baseball 23 Basket- ball 23 Archery 23 Bowling 2. LOMBARDI, FLORENCE L. "Flo"-Twirlers 3, 43 Baseball 23 Basketball 2s Archery 23 Bowling 2. LONG, BARBARA A. "Bobby Ann"-A Cappella 43 Girls' Glee Club 3, 43 Junior Hospitality Committee 3. LONGTON, BRUCE C. Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity Letter 43 Golf 2, 3, 4. LOUVIS, STEVE G. "Greek"-Basketball 4. LOVE, EDITH M. "Eddie"-- Student Faculty 33 Girls Glee Club 2, 43 Red Cross Candy Sellers 23 Art Service Club 4. LUCIANO, CHARLES "Chick"-Senior Council 43 Base- ball 23 Basketball 2, 33 Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity Letter 3, 4. MACIOCE, ANGELO Madrigal Choir 23 Basketball 23 Football 2, 3, Varsity Letter 3, 4. MADISON, MARY Lunchroom Committee 3, 43 Jun- ior Red Cross 43 Girls' Glee Club 23 Banking 33 Dramatic Club 4, Vice President 43 Junior Hospitality Committee 33 Senior Hospitality Committee 43 Latin Club 23 Moun- taineer Business Staff 3, Exchange Editor 33 Baseball 3g Basketball 4g Swimming 3, 4. MANSFIELD, JOAN E. "Mickey"- Girls' Glee Club 43 Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, 43 Inter- national Club 2, 43 Senior Hospi- tality Committee 43 Latin Club 23 Amphitheatre Writing Staff 43 Nur- ses' Club 43 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Bas- ketball 2, 3, 43 Hockey 23 Swim- ming 43 Tennis 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 23 Badminton 23 Modern Dance 4. MARSHALL, MARGARET M. "Margie"-- Junior Red Cross 2, 43 Girls' Glee Club 33 Junior Hospital- ity Committee 33 Senior'Hospitality Committee 43 Baseball 23 Basket- ball 23 Archery 23 Volley ball 23 Bowling 2, 33 Modern Dance 2, 3. MARTIN, EDWARD B. "Ed"-Soccer 3, 4, Varsity Letter 4. MASON, WILLIAM L. "Bill"-Junior Red Cross 33 Bank- ing 43 Audio-Visual Squad 23 Brow- sers' Club 33 Golf 2, Varsity Letter 2. MAYER, EMILY L. "Em"-Junior Red Cross 3, 43 A Cappella 33 Girls' Glee Club 23 3 3 Orchestra 2, 33 Browsers' Club 3 Junior Hospitality Committee 3 Senior Hospitality Committee 43 Girls' Athletic Council 3, 43 Swim- ming 2, 3, 4, Manager 33 Tennis 4. MCFARLAN D, JAMES E. 5Mac"-Band 2, 33 Football Band , 3. MCGHEE, NEIL "M, Gee"-Student ' Faculty 2, Banking 3, Assembly Committee 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 4, Moun- taineer Editorial Statt 4, Soccer 2, Bowling 3. MCKELVEY, JANET J. "Mac"-Student Faculty 4, Jun- ior Red Cross 2, 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, 4, Banking 4, Junior Hospitality Committee 3, Senior Hospitality Committee 4, Usher Chairman 4, Mountaineer Business Staff 3, Mountaineer Editorial Staff 4, Base- ball 2, 3, 4, Representative Team 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Represen- tative Team 3, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Re- presentative Team 2, 3, Volley ball 2, 3, 4, Representative Team 3, Table Tennis 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Representative Team 3, Mod- ern Dance 2, 3, 4, Representative Team 3, Skating 2, 3, 4, MCPHERSON, STANLEY D. "Duck"-Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Basketball 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity Letter 2, 3, 4. MICHELSEN, JOHN A, Swimming 2, 3. MILES, ROBERT L. "Bob"-Music Club 4, Browsers' Club 4, Mountaineer Editorial Staft 4, Editor-in-Chief 4, Basketball 5, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Varsity Letter 2, , 4. MILLAR, CAROL L. Student Faculty 3, Junior Red Cross 2, Girls' Glee Club 4, Banking 2, Junior Hospitality Committee 3, Senior Hospitality Committee 4, Latin Club 2, Amphitheatre Writ- ing Staff 4, Senior Council 4, Base- ball 2, 4, Basketball 2, Swimming 3, Tennis 2, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Modern Dance 2, 3. MlLNE, JO-ELLEN "Joie"-Swimming 2, Bowling 2. MONACO, MARILYN A. Girls' Glee Club 3, Le Cercle Fran- gais 2, 3, 4, Junior Hospitality Committee 3, Fashion Show Co- Chairman 3, Senior Hospitality Committee 4, Latin Club 2, Moun- taineer Business Statt 3, Moun- taineer Editorial Statf 4, Girls' Ath- letic Council 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Assistant Man- ager 4, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Tennis 4, Volleyball 3, 4, Representative Team 3, Table Tennis 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Representative Team 3, Modern Dance 2, 3, 4, Skating 4. MONAHAN, HENRY W. "Hank"-Student Faculty 3, Mountaineer Editorial Staff 4. MONTESIONE, MARY T. "Ree"- Twirlers 3, 4, Music Club 4, Le Cercle Francais 4, ll Circolo ltaliano 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, lnter- national Club 4, Phil Clark Com- mittee 2, 3, Art Service Club 4. MORGAN, CHARLES R. "Choo-Choo"-Student Faculty 2, 3, Banking 4, Bible Club 2, Traffic Squad 3, Study Hall Committee 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity Letter 4, Track 2, 3. MORGAN, GERTRUDE G. "Gert"-Junior Red Cross 2, 4, Bible Club 3, Hospitality Commit- tee 3. MORTIMER, JEAN L. "Rusty"-Music Club 4, Moun- taineer Editorial Statt 4, Chemistry Club 4, Junior Red Cross Alternate 3. MORR!S, DONALD W. "Captain"--Student Faculty 2, Lunchroom Committee 4, Football 3, 4, Varsity Letter 4, Aeronautics Club 2, 3. MORTON, RONALD A. "Ronnie"-Boys' Glee Club 3, Soccer 3, 4, Varsity Letter 3, 4. MULDER, ARNOLD G. "Arnie"-Band 4, Audio-Visual Squad 2, 3, 4, Amphitheatre Art Staff 4. MURPHY, CAROL R. Girls' Glee Club 3, Madrigals 3, 4, Music Club 2, 3, Dramatic Club 4, Senior Hospitaility Committee 4, Latin Club 2, Amphitheatre Writing Staff 4, Junior Council 3, Nurses' Club 4, Mixed Chorus 2. MYERS, RAYMOND I. "Ray"-Student Faculty 2, Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, NEBERGALL, JANE M. "Neb"-Cheerleaders 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, Le Cercle Frangais 4, Junior Hospitality Committee 2, 3, Amphitheatre Art Staff 4, Art Ser- viceCIub 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4, Representative Team 3, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Represen- tative Team 3, Tennis 3, 4, Table Tennis 3, 4, Bowling 2, Modern Dance 2, 3, 4, Skating 4. NELSON, EDWARD W. "Eddie"-Student Faculty 4, Latin Club 2, Amphitheatre Writing Staff 4, Boys' State 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity Letters 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity Letter 3, 4. NICASTRO, VINCENT J. "Vinzy"-Baseball 2, Varsity Let- ter 2, Basketball 2. NICHOLL, FERRELL J. "Red"-Banking 2, Bowling 3, Cross-Country 2. NICKERSON, STUART B. Art Club 4, Amphitheatre Art Staff 4. NOTTINGHAM, MARGARET E. "Bugs"-Junior Red Cross 3, Banking 4, Treasurer 4, Junior Hospitality Committee 3, Senior Hospitality Committee 4. O'CONNELL, PATRICIA A. "Pattv"-Student Faculty Alter- nate 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, 4, Bank- ing 4, Music Club 2, Junior Hospi- tality Committee 3, Senior Hospi- tality Committee 4, Messenger Ser- vice Committee 3, 4, Color Guard 4, Amphitheatre Writing Staff 4, Mountaineer Business Staff 3, Archery 2, Bowling 2, 3, Modern Dance 2. OTLEY, VICTOR C. Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2' Football 2, 3. OLIVER, JEAN E. "Rak"-Junior Red Cross 2, , 3 Girls' Glee Club 4, Banking 3, 4, Junior Hospitality Committee 2, 3, 2 Football Program Committee ' Bowling 2. PACE, JAMES B. ll Circolo 2, 3, Bowling 4. PATRUNO, NICIE "Nish"-Student Faculty 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, Junior Hospitality Committee 2, 3, Senior Hospitality Committee 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Bowling 2, 3, Skating 2, 3, 4. PAYTON, DELORES "Dee"-Bible Club 2, 3, Bowling 2. PELULLO, MILDRED E. "Millie"-Student Faculty 2, 3, Lunchroom Committee 3, 4, ll Cir- colo Italiano 4, Senior Hospitality Committee 4, Latin Club 2, Treas- urer 2, Mountaineer Business Staff 3, Circulation Manager 3, Moun- taineer Editorial Staft 4, Junior Council 3, Vice President 3, Senior Council 4, Vice President 4, Base- ball 2, Basketball 2, Volleyball 2. PERRUSO, VIRGINIA S. "Ginny"-A Cappella 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, Banking 2, 3, Madrigals 4, Music Club 2, Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, Junior Hos- pitality Committee 3, Senior Hos- pitalitv Committee 4, Latin Club 2, Amphitheatre Art Staff 4, Art Service Club 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Badminton 3, Table Tennis 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Modern Dance 2, 3, 4. PETERSON, PETER H. "Pete"-Bible Club 2, 3, Red Cross Candy Sellers 2, Typing Club 2, Bowling 4. PETRONACI, NICK J. "Pat"-Basketball 2, Football 2. PHELPS, MARILYN "Phips"-Junior Red Cross 3, Girls' Athletic Council 4, Archery 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Badminton 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Table Tennis Z, 3, 4, Fencing 2, 3. PIGNATI ELLO, MARY ANN Football Program Committee 2, Phil Clark Committee 2, Girls' Ath- ?tic Council 2, Art Service Club , 4. POMAR lCO, JEAN A. "Jeanie"-Banking 3, 4, Assistant Treasurer 3, Co-Chairman 4. POND, NICK J, Senior Council 4, Dramatic Club 2, Bible Club 2, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Varsity Letter 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity Letter 4. PRlTCHARD JOHN S. "Pritch"-Boys' Glee Club 4, Mixed Glee Club 4, Madrigal Choir 4, Student Faculty 4, Browsers' Club 3, Amphitheatre Writing Staff 4, Basketball 2, Football Z, 3, 4, Varsity 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Var- sity Letter 3, 4. RAETZER, CHARLOTTE M. Cheerleaders 3, 4, Student Faculty 4, Attendance Secretary 4, Amphi- theatre Art Staff 3, 4, Assistant Art Editor 3, Art Editor 4, Baseball 4, Basketball 4, Hockey 4. RATHBLJN, RICHARD R. "Dick"-Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, Football Band 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Chemistry Club 4, Typing Country 3. Club 2, 3, 4, Cross- RAWLINS, SHIRLEE l. Banking 2, 3, Girls' Athletic Coun- cil 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, Hockey 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, REDDlCK, JACQUELlNE E. "Jackie"-Student Faculty 3, A Cappella 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, Senior Council 4, Carry-Over Com- mittee 3, Basketball 3. Captain 3, Modern Dance 3. RlCE, BARBARA L. "Barb"--Student Faculty 2, 4, A Cappella 3, Girls' Glee Club 4, Banking 3, Madrigals 4, Football Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Music Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Le Cercle Francais 3, 4, Secretary 4, International Club 3, 4, Presi- dent 4, Junior Hospitality Commit- tee 3, Senior Hospitality Commit- tee 4, Latin Club 2, Football Pro- gram Committee 3, Phil Clark Committee 4, Amphitheatre Writ- ing Statt 4, Assistant Literary Edi- tor 4, Girls' Athletic Council 3, Junior Council Alternate 3, Bas- ketball 2, Badminton 2, 3, 4, Table Tennis 2, 3, 4, Captain 2, 3. 4 RlDLEY, MARY LOU 'iLou"7A Cappella 3, Girls' Glee Club 2. 3, Madrigals 2, 3, Swim- ming 2, Bowling 2, Modern Dance 2. RIKER, ALFRED W. "Jr"-Audio-Visual Squad 2, 3, 4, Stage Lighting Crew 3, 4, Stage Manager 4, Traffic Squad 3, 4. RITGER, lRENE A. "Re-nie"-Junior Red Cross Alter- nate 3, A Cappella 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, Banking Alternate 4, Nurses' Club 4, Senior Council Alternate 4, Bowling 3, Modern Dance 3. ROBB, JAMES M. "Jim"f Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity Letter 4, Track 3, 4. ROBINSON, ANNE R. "Robbie"-Junior Red Cross 2, Banking 3, Amphitheatre Writing Staff 4, Girls' Athletic Council 2, Senior Council 4, Junior Council 3, Football Program Committee 4, Baseball 3, Basketball 2, Hockey 2, Volleyball 2. ROBlNSON, RUTH C. Girls' Glee Club 4, Red Cross Candy Sellers 3, Bowling 3. ROBINSON, WlLLlAM E. 'iBill"fBoys' Glee Club 2, Mixed Glee Club 2, Student Faculty Alter- nate 4, Basketball 2, Football 2, Track 2. ROSEVEAR, LLOYD K. 'iRosle"-Banking 3, Football Z, 3, 4, Varsity Letter 4. ROLJSSAKIS. GEORGE J. 'Rootlewf Orchestra 4, Band 4, Football Band 4, Baseball 4, Var- sity Letter 4, Soccer 4, Varsity -etter 4. ROUSSAKIS, PHILIP V. 'Phil'--Orchestra 4, Band 4, Football Band -1, Junior Red Cross -32 Le Cercle Francais 4, Amphi- theatre Statt 4, Tennis 4, Varsity Letter -3 x 0 X QQ RUCClO, MICHAEL A "Rucc"-Basebal 2. li Circoic Italiano 2, RUGGIERO, JOANNE C "Jo"-Junior Red Crcss 2: Girls' Glee Club 43 Banking 33 Dramatic Club 23 Art Club 43 Chemistry Club 43 Bowling 23 Modern Dance 3. RYAN, JACQUELINE "Jackie"--Junior Red Cross 21 A Cappella 43 Girls' Glee Club 22 Banking 33 Dramatic Club 43 Jun- ior Hospitality Committee 33 Sen- ior Hospitality Committee 43 Latin Club Z3 Civics Committee 33 Girls' Athletic Council 43 Junior Coun- cil 33 Baseball 43 Swimming 43 Tennis 43 Volleyball 43 Bowling 4, Co-Captain 4. SAUNDERS, LEON C. Le Cercle Francais 43 International Club 43 Latin Club 2, 33 Moun- taineer Editorial Staff 2, 4, Sports Editor 43 Chemistry Club 4. SAYLOR, JANICE F. "Chips"-Student Faculty 43 A Cappella 43 Red Cross Candy Sellers 43 Tennis 43 Bowling 43 Madrigals 4. SCHENKE, SUZANNE L. "Sue"-Cheerleader 43 Junior Red Cross 23 A Cappella 2, 43 Girls' Glee Club 33 Banking 33 Junior Hospitality Committee 33 Senior Hospitality Committee 43 Latin Club 23 Junior Council 33 Senior Council 43 Baseball 23 Basketball 2. 33 Hockey 23 Archery Z. 33 Vol- leyball 2, 33 Badminton 2, 33 Table Tennis Z, 3. SCHERER. JUNE C. "Junie"- Girls' Glee Club 2, 43 Banking 3, 43 Music Club 23 Bible Club 2, 3, Junior Hospitality Com- mittee 33 Senior Hospitality Com- mittee 43 Messenger Service Com- mittee 43 Archery 23 Table Tennis 2. SCHICK, MARJORlE M. "Mick"--Lunchroom Committee 3. 43 Junior Red Cross 43 Assembly Committee 3, 43 Banking 43 Mad- rigals 2. 31 Latin Club 23 Moun- taineer Editorial Statt -lg Baseball 23 Basketball 23 Tennis 23 Volley- ball 23 Bowling 2, 33 Modern Dance 2. SCHlCKS. CAROL A "Kay -Student Faculty 43 Junior Red Cross 33 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Music Club 23 International Club 4, Junior Hospitality Com- mittee 2, 33 Senior Hospitality Committee 43 Latin Club 23 Bad- minton 4 SCHUYLER, PETER R. "Pete"-Football Band 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 23 Chemistry Club4 SHARPE, MARIAN L. "Sharpie"-Lunchroom Committee 43 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Banking 3, 43 Madrigals 3, 43 Music Club 43 Bible Club 3, 43 Senior Hospi- tality Committee 4. SHERRY, ROBERT J. "Bob"--Baseball 3, 43 Basketball 2. SLAUGHTER, LEONARD S. "Len"-A Cappella 33 Boys' Glee Club 2, 33 Mixed Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Madrigal Choir 43 Music Club 43 Lunchroom Committee 43 Le Cercle Francais 43 Art Club 43 International Club 43 Mountaineer Business Staff 33 O.A.S,A. 2, 3, 43 Football 2, 33 Track 2, SLOANE, BRUCE C. Dramatic Club 43 Mountaineer Edi- torial Staff 43 Astronomy Club 43 Football Program Committee 33 Football Mascot 43 Bowling 3, 4, Varsity Letter 3, 4. SMITH, JUNE L. "Lou" Student Faculty 2, 3, 43 OASA Chairman 43 Girls' Glee Club 2. Junior Hospitality Com- mittee 33 Senior Hospitality Com- mittee 43 Latin Club 23 Red Cross Candy Sellers 43 Civics Committee 33 Girls' Athletic Council 3, 4, Chairman 43 Baseball 2, 3, 4, Rep- resentative Team 2, 33 Basketball 2, 3. -1, Assistant Manager 23 Hoc- kev 2, 3, 4, Representative Team 2. 33 Tennis 2, 4, Manager 43 Vol- leyball 2, 3. Representative Team 31 Bovwiing 2, 3, 4, Representative Team 33 Modem Dance 2, Repre- sentative 2, SMITH, MARIAN R. "Smitty"-Student Faculty 35 Jun- ior Red Cross 3. SMITH, PATRICIA J. "Smittie"-Glee Club 2, 45 Red Cross Candy Sellers 25 Color Guard 45 Chemistry Club 45 Art Service 45 Archery 2, 35 Basketball 35 Modern Dance 2. SPEERS, LILA GirIs'Glee Club 2, 35 Browsers' Club 35 Junior Hospitality Com- mittee 35 Senior Hospitality Com- mittee 45 Messenger Service Com- mittee 35 Mountaineer Editorial Staff 4. STAKE, DOROTHY J. Table Tennis 2, 35 Bowling 2, 3. STANCO, VITO N. Football 2, Varsity Letter 2. STANTON, RUTH L. Mixed Glee Club 45 Orchestra 2, 35 Latin Club 25 Badminton 25 Table Tennis 2. STARR, ALLAN H. "Al"-Boys' Glee Club 45 Banking 25 Football Z. STEVENS, WAYNE R. Public Address System 45 Cross- Country 3. STURCH IO, GEORGE R. "Storch"-ll Circolo Italiano 2, 35 International Club 2, 35 Stage Lighting Crew 3, 45 Stage Design Crew 3, 45 Design Technician 4. SULZER, BARBARA A. "Barb"-Madrigals 45 Junior Red Cross 45 Football Program Commit- tee 35 Mixed Glee Club 45 Girls' Glee Club 35 Girls' Athletic Coun- cil 35 Amphitheatre Writing Staff 45 Art Service Club 45 Baseball 3, 4, Captain 35 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Hockey Z, 35 Archery 3, 45 Tennis 35 Table Tennis 35 Bowling 2, 3, 45 Modern Dance 2, 3, Captain 3. SURRY, CHARLES L. "Chas"-Football 2. SWANSON, CHARLOTTE F. "Char"-Junior Red Cross 2, 45 A Cappella 35 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Banking 45 Madrigals 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Browsers' Club 35 International Club 45 Junior Hospitality Committee 35 Senior Hospitality Committee 45 Latin Club 25 Football Program Commit- tee 35 Junior Council 3, Secretary 35 Typing Club 25 Nurses' Club 45 Swimming 45 Tennis 35 Modern Dance 4. TALBOT, ARNOLD R. "Arnie"-Art Club 45 Stage Light- ing Crew 2. TAYLOR, ALVIN M. Banking 25 Baseball 2, 35 Basket- ball 45 Soccer 3, 4, Varsity Letter 3, 45 Track 4. TESTA, DONNA M. ll Circolo Italiano 2, 4, Secretary 2, THOMAS, MILICENT J. "Millie"--Junior Red Cross 35 Girls' Glee Club 35 Dramatic Club 45 Le Cercle Francais 45 II Circolo Italiano 45 International Club 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 45 Sen- ior Hospitality Committee 45 Mountaineer Editorial Staff 4. THOMPSON, ANN H. -'cmCkie"-Banking 4. TONER, ROGER L. "Rog"--Student Faculty 2, 35 Latin Club 2, 35 Red Cross Candy Sellers 45 Amphitheatre Business Staff 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief 4. TOSONE, ANN R. Student Faculty 25 Banking 35 Bas- ketball 25 Volleyball 2. TREROTOLA, NICHOLAS R. "Nick"-Football 3, 4, Varsity Letter 45 Track 3, 4. H6 TRESKIN, ANDREW "Andy"-Boys' Glee Club 45 Mu- sic Club 45 Le Cercle Francais 2, 35 International Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. VAN CLEAF, J. WILLARD "Bill"-Boys' Athletic Council 25 Audio Visual Squad 3, 45 Football Program 35 Football 2, 3, 4, Var- sity Letter 4. VAN NESS, BARBARA "Van"-Student Faculty 35 Junior Red Cross 2, 45 A Cappella 35 Girls' Glee Club 45 Football Band 45 Le Cercle Francais 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Junior Hospitality Committee 35 Senior Hospitality Committee 45 Amphitheatre Writing Staff 4, Lit- erary Editor 45 Mountaineer Busi- ness Staff 3, Circulation Manager 35 Lunchroom Music Committee 3, 45 Carryover Committee for Stu- dent Faculty 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 35 Hockey 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Representative Team 35 Bowling 2, 3, 45 Modern Dance 25 Table Tennis 3. WALKER, DONALD A. "Don"-Student Faculty 35 Moun- taineer Editorial Staff 25 Football 25 Track 3, 4, Varsity Letter 3, 45 Cross-Country 3, 4, Varsity Letter 3, 4. WALKER, JUDITH A. "Judy"-Girls' Glee Club 25 Le Cercle Francais 45 International Club 45 Football Program Commit- tee 3. WALKER, MARALEE J. Girls' Glee Club 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Music Club 2, 3. WALSH, PATRICIA A. "Patsy"-Banking 25 Volleyball 2. WARD, DANIEL W. "Dan"-Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Junior Red Cross 35 Audio Visual Squad 25 Browsers' Club 35 Latin Club 25 Bowling 25 Golf 45 Soccer 4. WHITMAN, ANTHONY "Tony"- Audio Visual Squad 2, 3, 45 Manager of Track 3, 4, Var- sity Letter 35 Manager of Cross- Country 3, Varsity Letter 35 Mana- ger of Football 4. WILLIAMS, GRACE V. gGray"-Red Cross Candy Sellers WILLIAMS, LEROY "Roy"- Student Faculty 4, Vice President 45 Amphitheatre Photo- graphy Staff 35 Amphitheatre Busi- ness Staff 35 President ot Junior Class 35 Honor Study Halls 45 Carryover Committee 4, President 45 Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity Letter 3. 45 Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity Letter 45 Bowling 3, 4. WILLIAMS, ROBERT A. "BeBe"-Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Junior Red Cross 25 Baseball 25 Soccer 2, 3, 4, Varsity Letter 4. WORTHEN, CLIFFORD T. Amphitheatre Writing Staff 4. WRIGHT, DOUGLAS E. "Doug"-Music Club 4, President 45 Senior Council Alternate 45 Intramural Bowling 25 Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity Letter 2, 3, 45 Cross- Country 2. ZAITZ, JANET Junior Red Cross 25 Bowling 2. ZAITZ, JOAN Bowling 2. ZELISSE, DAVID H, "Zeke"-Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Mixed Glee Club 25 Madrigals 2, 3, 45 Amphitheatre Writing Staff 45 Football Program Committee 3, 45 Basketball 25 Soccer 3, 4, Var- sity Letter 45 Manager of Basket- ball 3. ZINGALI, MARILYN J. "Zing"-Latin Club 25 Football Program Committee 35 Bowling 2. ZINIS, THOMAS W. "Tom"--Track 3, 4. F Xba WW ww fgwdfjwgwyjfjwjfwwj 'LVM WWWWW W GMM W W! Wig, W' wWnW Mwwfffjgggww Wfjjf,,,, iwJV5M Md M LA M twgiifwa Si wk fad? f I D 0 . H to E" 5'3f30Wjiofl"'AgfC3 ,,jw ' OX' Q ' . MMU WMM -, f ,M .MV ' 6 ' W QW,iWMJW . M- Bxlkgww Q r" ! WI v H on . ,'l.',3.l ,. 4 1 1 0623! dfzcf Z-Qfhffzefzf Kynwn Fi7li5rwj.Z W Lw XwEiWQ'l2!W WMA1f fmk WWE 7'?mdA gwifxwgpnmw fifjwiwxfzha' ,6'au7,4fAwfnaff"'0 WWWWGLQWMM Z I MW M L' 53757 5469 53 0 I . 5 X . a ' ll , 7 JM' ' u 1 , ' 'F I X40 ' ,uv ' a ' C1 . 7 xv - ,011 fl I 3 ..ta4a . 1 , 17 'ju' N , Jffz, ra 3 J , iw? . 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