Montclair High School - Amphitheatre Yearbook (Montclair, NJ)

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Mr Wnlllam McClellan Mr Sayward Rowell and Mr Vuncenf Scelba DEDICATICDN The class of l957 washes To deducale 'rhus yearbook 'ro fhe Music Deparlmenf of Mon+clanr Hugh School Monlclaur has had a fine 'rradnhon nn 'lhe held of musuc Mr Arfhur Ward spenl' many years bunldung an unusually 'Fine vocal music program In Monlclalr Mr Sayward Rowell wull always be remembered un lhe school for gnvung so wholehearledly of hns fume and experuence Aclmg as musuc dlrecfor of l'he 'rown af lhe presenf hme, Mr Rowell ands an plannrng all musucal programs Even wnlh 'rhls busy schedule, he ns always wnllnng lo lend a helpnng hand Mr Wnlluam McClellan has for many years dnrecled our oulslandnng Madrngal Chonr, whuch provndes much enlerfammenf for +he school and lown The success of 'rhe lwo yearly concerfs can be largely allrnbuled 'ro has abnlnly and hard worlc Allhough he has been here only a shorl' fume, Mr V1ncen'r Scelba has broughr nls lo bolh fhe band and orcheslra of Monlclaur Hugh School We snncerely hope l'ha'r Mr Scelba wall remam wufh us for many years lo come many pranseworlhy comme To us +he Musuc Deparlmenl has broughf opporlumhes for enlerlannmenl, educa hon, and apprecuahon all through our hugh school days. , a y 6- . 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'Ni' Sf 1 1 I 7 r N! , A 4 ' t f PROLOGUE Musnc haTh charms and where does one Tnnd more charm Than an The class OT I9577 Each member has conTrrbuTed hrs characTerlsT1cs To This concerT Hrs aTTuTudes are now mannTesT mn Tone qualuTy has splr1T an The pnTch The resulTs are The numerous and duverse personalmes oT The class Our preferences vac1llaTe Trom pop Tunes To scherzo concerTo gross: To rock n roll and blues To calypso However all TogeTher we have proven ourselves To be a well balanced symphony lnTeresTungly enough The maloruTy oT The sub1ecTs Tound aT M H S unclude some Type oT muslcal sTudy Physucs and maThemaTucs conTr4buTe The Theory and basis Tor all music whsle languages and hlsTory bring TorTh The culTural baclc ground and developmenT The TaculTy as conducTors has led us Through a successful Three years and prepared us To enTer The larger more complex sym phony of euTher a 'ob or college Learnlng To geT along wrTh our fellow class maTes and Teachers harmonuously has Tmally produced a smooTh Tlownng melody The more 1nTrncaTe chords To compleTe The melody can be Tound nn The Torm oT exTra currncular acTrvlT1es Music moTsvaTes much of whaT we do ouTslde oT school Moods suggesTed by d1TTerenT Types oT musuc d:recTvar1ous acTzvnTues wheTher They be dances or sporls KREEKENDD 4 W if TABLE OF CONTENTS Adminisfralion .............................................................. 6 Deparlmenfs and Aclivifies .......................................... 8 Sluclenf Governmenl .................................................... 30 Seniors .. Hall of F Juniors .. Sophomo Sporls .. ........................... .. Special E ............................. ,Z-' - Qjl ,J Li 2 f' DR. RICHARD B. PERKINS Dr. Perlcins, as 'rhe School Principal, is ullimalely responsible lor eyeryrhing 'rhal goes on in rhe school. His dulies range from maior laslcs such as co- ordinaring all eilorls loward rhe im- provemenl ol inslruclion and evalualing fhe worlc of all members ol lhe slall, lo such necessary delails as arranging for Commencemenl spealcers. I-le worlcs closely wirh Ihe sludenl body Through 'rhe Sludenl-Facullry Organizarion and wilh parenls lhrough 'rhe Parenl-Teacher Associalion. MISS LUCILE A. HOFSTRA Miss l-lolslra, who is our Dean of Girls, has been wirh us for lhree years. As Dean, she lalces charge of Ihe girls' discipline, and lhe planning of program cards in conferences wirh slrudenls, and Iheir parenrs. Miss I-lolslra is also Co- ordinalor of Sfudenr Aclivilies. S X i O DR. CHARLES L. LATIMER. JR. Dr. Larimer, The Assislanl' Principal, one of The newesf members of fhe aclminislralive sraff, handles 'rhe counseling and scheduling of all boys, The revision of curriculum wifh deparlmenr heads and Ihe Curriculum Commiflee and Ihe supervision of classroom leaching. Dr. Lalimer also manages 'rhe discipline of 'rhe male sIuden+s. r N. ." 5- 5' f . 'I X .Xl ge I W9 if , ,XXX I I T" f I' I Jr 1 -, -"""'-v---...,,. 'Hinc-.-, ADMINISTRATIGN 5 ,, Mrs. Mills. Secrefary fo Dr. Perkins: Mrs. Adams, - Library Secrefary: Mrs. Klaas, Execu+ive Secrefary. z S MR. ROLAND BARKER Mr. Barlcer, as Guidance Direclor, comes info con+ac'r. personally wifh all srudenfs of Monlclair High, especially rhose of lhe senior class, concerning fheir posl' graduafe plans for furrhering lheir educarion or for obfaining jobs. The fesling program of rhe school is also under rhe direcfion of Mr. Barker. 'Q WW! lx Cl' 931 Mrs. Lum. Secrefary fo Dr. Larimer: Miss Meagher. Secrefary io Mr. Barker: Mrs. Crain, Secrefary fo Miss Hofstra. MRS. ELINOR T. RICE Mrs. Rice has held rhe posirion of Guid- ance Counselor lor lhree years. She divides her posilion inlo Jrhree main spheres: ad- vising Juniors on posl graduale careers and college plans, advising +he Junior Council, and coordinaling lhe Sophomore Orienlalion Program. -ng? , S' A I R H B R DNA5 KE5 N 6 if AER KRE W 0 Q 34 if PHIL CLARK HOUSE COMMITTEE. Elaine Kupchrck, Wolf-DieTer Dehne, and PaT Ran- dolph lNoT picTuredl Mary Ann Rossow. Leslie Young and Judy Delbridge. I If FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT STanding: Mr. Orrin R. Ferry, drew S. Goldsbcrcugh, Mr. Eugene C. Mazzola. Seafed: Mrs. Florence Borden, Miss Persis M. Cope, Miss EdiTh R. Carlin. FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT In The rapidly shrinking world oT Today, iT's imperaTive ThaT we be able To undersTand and communicaTe wiTh our neighbors all over The globe. ln MonTclair High This need is Tilled by The Foreign Language DeparTmenT. LaTin, The rooT of mosT modern wesTern lan- guages, provides a basis Tor undersTanding many Tongues. LaTin can be sTudied aT M.H.S. up To and including The TourTh year wiTh Miss Cope and Mr. Mazzola. The LaTin Club provides sTudenTs wiTh knowledge oT The old Roman Empire, iTs people, iTs cusToms, and iTs heriTage To us. Spanish is a language spoken by The people oT halT oT The WesTern Hemisphere and parT oT Europe. AT MonTclair High, Spanish is TaughT by Mr. Ferry and Dr. Goldsborough. The laTTer is The adviser oT The Spanish Club. The club acquainTs iTs members wiTh The culTure of Spain Through movies, lecTures. and social evenTs. French is The world's inTernaTional diplomaTic language and is spoken in cenTers of learning ThroughouT The world. French words and phrases are parT of our everyday speech. M.H.S.'s French -l Teachers are Mrs. Borden, Miss Carlin, Mr. Mazzola, Dr. Goldsborough and Mr. CaTerson. Mrs. Borden and Miss Carlin are advisers of The French Club. This year The club had more members Than ever before, and iT carried ouT many ambiTious plans Tor inTorming iTs members abouT France and The French. The lnTernaTional Club, sponsored by The For- eign Language DeparTmenT in order To improve our relaTions wiTh naTions overseas, carries ouT as iTs major proiecT a sTudenT exchange wiTh France. This year MonTclair senT Judy Adams To MonTau- ban. To pay Tor her expenses, The lnTernaTional Club creaTed lasT year The TirsT MounTie Gras. which was a greaT success. The Tour clubs meeT in The Phil Clark House, which was named aTTer one of MonTclair High's mosT ouTsTanding sTudenTs. To consTrucT The policy Tor The use oT The House, The Phil Clark House CommiTTee is Tormed oT Two represenTaTives Trom each club. The CommiTTee sees ThaT The house is kepT in good shape, and ThaT necessary improve- menTs are made. To Tinance These improvmenTs, iT sells M.H.S. book covers ThroughouT The year. INTERNATIONAL CLUB Mr. RoberT CaTerson, Dr. An- FRENCH CLUB LAL L ,ap -JY" P 1 y SPANISH CLUB -3 . LATIN CLUB 4 X X Y 1 MJ I if ,.....- 1' 1 AMPHITHEATRE WRITING STAFF The English DeparTmenT aT MonTclair l-ligh School endeavors To give all iTs classes good prepa- raTion in vocabulary, reading skills, and wriTing sTyle: for iT recognizes The need of modern ciTizens To express Themselves clearly. The classes are of Three differenT Types: The "I" and "2" secTions are for Those Taking college preparaTory course: and The "3" divisions are for The non-college going sTudenTs. The difference beTween The "I" and "2" secTions is ThaT The former consisTs of sTudenTs who are more advanced in Their Technical skills while The laTTer is made up of average sTudenTs. The English DeparTmenT also offers a few classes ThaT are ouT of The ordinary. Mr. Anderson's I2m class prepares The bi-weekly school newspaper, The MounTaineer. The Mounfaineer sTaff works as a Team, learning To accepf responsibiliTy while iT acquires Training in journalism. Working along wiTh The ediforial sfaff is The Mounfaineer Business STaff under The guidance of Mr. Wacker. The business sTaff is a iunior homeroom, selecTed from voluns Teers, which solicifs ads and collecTs subscripTions. Also, This year a special reading class has been insTiTuTed for seniors. Dr. Lefson Takes small groups of seniors Twice a week for six weeks To Teach Them beTTer sTudy and reading habiTs. Then, Mr. AlmquisT and Mr. McClaskey Teach The ArT-English class which gives The parTicipaTing sTudenTs a chance To experimenT and express Them- selves in These Two relafed mediums. This year ArT C., K .33 l English concenTraTed on The modern Theories of arT, liTeraTure, and music in relaTion To The Amer- ican scene. Besides The regular and special classes, The M.l-l.S. English program includes a varieTy of clubs and acTiviTies. Miss Holland guides The Amphi- TheaTre WriTing STaff in The wrifing of The per- sonaliTy skeTches, feaTure arTicles, and picfure cap- Tions for The yearbook. WiTh The aid of Mr. RoberTs, The Program Selling CommiTTee collecfs The informaTion and picTures for The fooTball pro- grams and sells Them aT The home games. The Library Council, under The supervision of Miss N. B. DeJarneTTe, helps wiTh The clerical work of The library. The Library Council also gave This year The Third annual ChrisTmas Tea for The faculTy and adminisTraTion and an assembly. Under The direcTion of Miss EiTze, The Dra- maTic Club chooses plays. This year iT presenTed "Our l'learTs Were Young and Gay" for The P.T.A. in December and Then Two one-acT plays for as- semblies in The spring. Miss FiTze headed The com- miTTee. To pick a represenTaTive from MonTclair I-Iigh School for The PoeTry Reading ConTesT. She also devofes her Time To The Assembly CommiTTee which plans The assembly programs and supervises The passing To and from The assemblies. This year The Assembly CommiTTee has inTroduced a plan in STudenT Eaculfy To have all seniors siT in The cenTer secTion of The orchesTra for all assemblies. file "il W MOUNTAINEER WRITING STAFF 6.1: .. , ASSEMBLY COMMTTTEE Ww- if 1.1 ENGLISH DEPARTMENT tiff. '- P Siandingz Mr. John P. Roberfs, Mr. Henry W. Anderson, Mr. Daniel J. Waclrer, Miss Virginia Hollin- shed, Mr. Leslie G. Bird. Sealed: Mrs. Janice H. Schmiif, Miss Mary G. Harder, Miss Charlohe Taylor, Miss Esfllar Benz, Miss Mary E. Holland. Noi' Piciured: M.ss Arlene Fifze, Mr. John Alm- quisf, Mr. Robert Caforson. DRAMATIC CLUB CIVICS COMMITTEE if PROGRAM SELLING COMMITTEE LIBRARY COUNCIL i' ga I AUDIO SQUAD Leff fo righf: Jon Peferson, ScoH Fifzgerald, George Kirby, Alan Smufz, Tom Arny, Wayne Seipel, Mr. Filas. Seaiedz Larry Nagy. J 4 -,, MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Michael Oriel, William Filas, Myron Doherfy, Frank Paparello, Sidney Tompkins, James Boyd, and Edgar Leach. MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT I fbi a"' mail' One of The mosT varied subiecTs in MonTclair High School is maThemaTics. The deparTmenT is capably headed by Mr. Leach and oTTers courses in regular maThemaTics, inTermediaTe algebra, ad- vanced algebra. plane geomeTry, solid geomeTry and TrigonomeTry. Aside from Teaching duTies, diTTerenT Types oT exTra-curriclular acTiviTies are assumed by each member oT The maThemaTics deparTmenT. Mr. Leach is The adviser To The Senior Class and chairman oT The Curriculum CommiTTee, Mr. Boyd heads TicIceT sales, and Mr. Oriel coaches TooTball. Mr. Filas, a STudenT FacuITy sponsor, heads The BudgeT CommiTTee which draws up The budgeT Tor The school year. This budgeT musT Then be ap- proved by The STudenT FacuITy. The general Tund, I AMPHITHEATRE BUSINESS STAFF made up oT gaTe receipTs from all school TuncTions, is used by The commiTTee Tor such Things as assem- blies and sTage IighTing. All audio equipmenT in M.l-I.S. is handled by a compeTenT group of boys, who belong To The Audio Squad. This group, guided by Mr. Filas, has charge of The sound equipmenT Tor indoor and ouT- door assembly programs, concerTs, lunchrooms mu- sic and recording. The AmpI1iTheaTre Business STaTT, led by Miss Tompkins, is oT greaT imporTance To The school. IT has Tour main jobs: arranging and Taking aTTend- ance Tor Senior picTures, geTTing ads and compos- ing The enTire adverTising secTion of The book. promoTing, wiTh The help oT The arT deparTmenT, sales of The yearbook and finally, disTribuTing The AmphiTheaTre. ,gc , -1 55 , x ' I wx MOUNTAINEER BUSINESS STAFF ,frm wives -..M-N-,- SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT I X ' 'i ' I ,MTW 'Qi f, if I VV,,' E' iii ,lg rr T si , 1 . . , 5 1 gil-gum' . X Nw V SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT Roberf Halleff, Kenneih Waforman, Lorna Sand, Alvin Sharenow, Alice Bubriski, Angelo Forfundo and Alice Johnson. MonTcIair High School's ever expanding hisTory deparTmenT now offers several hisTory courses To all inTeresTed sTudenTs. The elevenTh grade classes sTudy The Tounding of The UniTed STaTes and our governmenT and Toreign policy up To and including World War I. The TwelTTh grade course includes noT only UniTed STaTes hisTory Trom The end of World War I To The presenT buT also a compre- hensive sTudy of governmenT, economic and social liTe as well as Toreign policy. Finally comes World HisTory which is divided inTo Two parTs: a comprehensive course and a more inTensive course Tor college bound sTudenTs. BoTh courses explore ancienT and modern culTures and sTudy presenT day world siTuaTions. One TeaTure oT Senior hisTory which The HisTory DeparTmenT is mosT proud of is The Thorough and pracTical sTudy of The govern- menT of our Town. Inferviews wiTh Town oTTicials and Trips To Town meeTings highIighT This program which The HisTory DeparTmenT be- lieves To be unique in our communiTy. This program is designed To help mold beTTer ciTizens among The youTh of Today. TwelTTh grade hisTory classes also do many worTh while services Tor our school and communiTy. ProiecTs planned Tor This year in- clude: supporT of The CommuniTy ChesT, a nonparTisan drive Tor more inTelligenT voTing, publiciTy Tor The Senior play, a non-poliTical running oT The school eIecTions and The producTion oT a movie re- cording all The proiecTs of The year. Aside from Their normal Teaching responsibiliTies many members of The HisTory DeparTmenT guide sTudenTs in exTra-curricular acTivi- Ties. Among These acTiviTies is MounTie Movement an organizaTion which makes possible The Gridiron Ball, The MonTclair High School Mixer and The Alumnae Tea and encourages school spiriT in oTher school TuncTions. Also under The direcTion of The HisTory DeparT- menT, in coniuncTion wiTh STudenT-FacuITy, are The Civics and Lunchroom CommiTTees and The school sTore. I 0 4. All fy, , F5391 C P R . N Qt? MOUNTIE MOVEMENT F W ,, ? g 'x ff, ,, P3 it x 'E 4 -.. gl - , , 1. I .1 5: 35 - Ji., f,, Q -X' A". X b T A 5 ge l u 4 351: JM lk.: W "ik if H X 'Y' 1 " 1 Q X' A ,aa 2 . 15 ATM' it 5X 1 SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Monfclair High is TorTunaTe To have an excel- IenT science deparTmenT. This deparfmenf offers many courses boTh in nafural and physical sciences. These classes are exfremely imporTanT To Those sTu- denTs who are planning a fuTure in The field of science. The Biology classes have shown The IargesT increase This year in ThaT Their number has reached fourTeen. The aim of This course is To give The sTu- denT general informaTion on The sfudy of living Things. IT is expecTed ThaT The number of chemisTry and physics classes will be increased wifhin The nemfT few years. IT is hoped ThaT a new IaboraTory will be provided for This expecfed increase. MonTclair High School has been very forTunaTe To have as iTs nurse Mrs. Roy. Mrs. Roy has been more Than a nurse To The sTudenTs of M.H.S.-she has been a True friend. She has also been The ad- viser of The Fufure Nurses' Club. fr fi if ,QJQLZL - ,A rr ,N ,,-- .i'-'..1t:ij -..cw The FuTure Nurses' Club accepTs as members Junior and Senior girls who may be planning To enTer The field of nursing upon Their graduafion from high school. These girls musT mainfain a scho- lasTic average of C. These girls also acT as Cheery Aids aT bofh Mounfainside and Communify Hospi- Tals. The club holds iTs meeTings approximafely once a monfh. Their programs consisf of movies, speakers, and also a Trip To The Kessler lnsTiTuTe. The purpose of This club is To sTimuIaTe The inTeresT of sTudenTs in personal and communiTy healTh: To encourage Them in finding ouT whaT nursing requires, and whaT iT offers: To help Them To decide wisely abouT professional or pracfical nursing as Their career. Under The guidance of Mr. Paparello, The members of The Ticlcef Selling CommiTTee sell fooT- ball TicIceTs To sTudenTs each Thursday and Friday afTer school. Besides selling sTudenT TiclceTs, This commiTTee also sells general admission Ticlnefs. TICKET SELLING COMMITTEE Sfanding: Margaref Riegraf, Nancy Whifmore, Rachael Willoughby, Lucie f- -eww, . I . 1 A . V, ai 1 . Orme. SeaTed: Mr. Frank N. Paparello. I L 1. an Sys J ij 5 7 5 sf I ' .. H I T 3 T' is ..aSsm...... 5 . 4.-A 4... E 4 T SCIENCE DEPARTMENT SeaTed: Franlr N. Paparello, Roberf A. Bunfz, Mrs. Sheila T. Feusfel. Sfanding: Gail M. Bradbury, Frederick C. Seel- bach. Myron T. Doherfy. 19 SCHOOL N U RSE MRS. ROY FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA L .se X, MUSIC DEPARTMENT Known To us all is The FooTball Band which is seen aT all oT The games. The band, under The direcTion oT Mr. Scelba, rehearses Three Times a weelc. Besides perTorming aT The games. The band plays aT The pep rallies and aT The annual FooTball BangueT. The band and orchesTra provide an op- porTuniTy Tor The aspiring musician To play a varieTy of music. The orchesTra, direcTed by Mr. Scelba, provides music Tor The assemblies and school TuncTions. The orchesTra also per- Torms aT all The junior highs in Town. The vocal worlc oT our music deparTmenT is supervised by Mr. McClellan. There are eighT girls' glee clubs, Three boys' glee clubs, and a mixed chorus. These groups combine To presenT a ChrisTmas and a Spring ConcerT. During The year in preparaTion Tor The con- cerTs The groups sing secular, sacred, semi- popular, and Tollc songs. AparT Trom The glee clubs There is The BOYS' GLEE CLUB Madrigal choir which is a selecTed group ,W T -- consisTing chieTly of iuniors and seniors. This group is direcTed and Trained by Mr. McClel- lan. TryouTs are held in June Tor membership in The choir. The members pracTice aT leasT Twice a weelc beTore school. The "Mads" Tol- low a busy schedule Tor singing Tor assem- blies boTh aT The High School and aT junior highs in Town. They also sing aT various Town TuncTions, such as The Lions Club. This year a music lisTening club was sTarTed Tor Those who are really inTeresTed in lisTening To and discussing serious music. The recordings will be played on The new "T-li-Fi" seT given To The school lasT year by The graduaTing class. l GIRLS GLEE CLUB -q v' gtfqomnngw 0 W ba " MADRIGALS ED CHORUS 8 95.3 5220 fx 'I MW? 'O 9 in f' .B ORCHESTRA DRU M MAJORETTES Peggy Copland, Mr. Scelba and Ellen Germann. BAND F3 li i s if 'PE ,v why -. --writ? :1w Wm 2 D' 'Yi fr ,N V 0 9, E N.l X 'Q gf ,E -f QCA .5 4 4 , I 1 I Q. - . LJJ T "'r' 9' V p , Q S a FINE AND PRACTICAL ARTS DEPARTMENT. Sealed: Julia Vance, and Shirley Johnson. Shnding: Arfhur McClaskey, George Pisfolas, Edwin Hopkins, and Vernon Maxham. FINE AND PRACTICAL ARTS The paTTerns of music creaTe iTs rhyThm, and The same applies To arT. Mr. lvlaxham heads lvlonT- clair l'ligh's excellenT arT deparTmenT. Mr. Maxham and Mr. McClaskey work ioinTly as Teachers in The Tine arTs deparTmenT. There are Tour levels oT arT classes which meeT Tive Times a week. These classes are speciTically designed Tor pupils who wish To make arT a career. ArT A is The TirsT sTep, ArT B is The second sTep. and ArT C is The mosT advanced arT maior, limiTed only To seniors. STudio ArT, Ceramics, and ln- Terior Design are also provided Tor Those who are inTeresTed in arT. ArT English, Tor Juniors only, is a unique course combining ArT and English inTo one line oT sTudy. Mr. McClaskey is in charge oT The arT in The class, and Mr. Almquisl' oT The English work. AMPH ITH EATRE ART STAFF i T 'K T Aff, i- -JJ its 1 Mr. McClaskey heads The AmphiThea'I're ArT sTaTT, which creaTes The yearbook. This club meeTs Three Times a week and plans all The layou+s and designs Tor The AmphiTheaTre, and Takes all phoTo- graphs excepT The senior picTures. This year, The Junior Red Cross and ArT Serv- ice Club. under The direcTion OT Mrs. Johnson, have worked TogeTher. They served The school and inTeresTed ouTside organizaTions Through arT by pro- viding publiciTy Through a varieTy oT media, plan- ning displays, and being responsible Tor The general aTTracTiveness oT The school. Mr. I-lo kins assisTs Mr. lvlaxham wiTh The STage Worksliop group which creaTes all seTs, and lighTing Tor all school aTTairs, such as school pla s, concerTs, and Modern Dance reciTals, and also Tknr STAGE WORKSHOP 1 1:7 ouTside programs Talcing place in M.l-l.S. Mr. McClaslcey is in charge oT Dance Decora- Tions. Under him, The decoraTions Tor all school dances are creaTed. The biggesT proiecT is The Senior Prom. The l-lospiTaliTy Club provides ushers Tor school aTTairs. Mrs. Vance is in charge of This club. The juniors in The l-lospiTaliTy Club give The Tradi- Tional Wassail ParTy Tor The seniors, and also malce The nosegays Tor graduaTion. fs - fnsffgfsiwi JUNIOR RED CROSS ART SERVICE CLUB F -Hr El 25 'Y K ,JZ BUSINESS EDUCATION DEPARTMENT. Back row: Dr. John F. Landgraf, Tunis J. Bello, Charles W. Chiffim. Fronf row: Elaine Fischer, Edna E. Ream. BANKING COMMITTEE. Richard Barbarise, Warren Oszmanskl Sidney McKenzie. Harold Kunz and Jim Peruh. BUSINESS EDUCATICN DEPARTMENT The Business EducaTion DeparTmenT Trains sTudenTs who are planning To enTer The business world direcTly aTTer high school. The sTandards oT This course are iusT as high as The college prepara- Tory course. STudenTs planning business work are advised To specialize in one oT Three Tields in Their lasT Two years oT high school. These Tields are sTenography, oTTice machines and Tiling, and ac- counTing. A course, Business Principles and Prac- Tices, is oTTered To sophomores. This course in- .cludes vocaTional inTormaTion and consideraTion oT The selecTion OT iobs in The business Tield. The sophomores are also given an opporTuniTy To dis- goyjr Their apTiTudes and inTeresTs in The business ie . TypewriTing X is Taken by pupils Tor personal use. All college preparaTory sTudenTs Try To TiT This inTo Their schedules whenever possible. The Applied SecreTarial Class is Tor senior girls who are Taking a business course. ln This class The girls become Tamiliar wiTh Typical oTTice procedures such as Tak- ing dicTaTion. Typing, and handling special machines which are Tound in modern oTTices. Field Trips help PROJECTION Them To see oTTices in acTion and To observe The daily rouTine in a business siTuaTion. The Teachers OT The Business EducaTion DeparT- menT do a greaT deal ouTside oT classes Towards making The program a success. Mr. John l.andgraT, who is The head oT The Business EducaTion DeparT- menT, works Tirelessly Tor The program and devoTes much oT his Time To The bookroom. As The school Bursar, Mr. ChiTTim is in charge OT The individual accounTs OT The school. The banking commiTTee which is headed by Mr. Bello encourages sTudenTs To bank in Their individual homerooms and Thus learn The advanTages oT a savings accounT. This program has made much progress in The lasT Tew years. Mrs. Edna Ream has given her unTailing sup- porT To making The proiecTion squad a success. This group consisTs oT a large number oT boys who give up Their sTudy periods To operaTe movies, slides. and oTher visual aids Tor homerooms and assem- blies. Miss Fischer has aided The Business Educa- Tion DeparTmenT a greaT deal. The AmphiTheaTre wriTing sTaTT was very appreciaTive oT her help in Typing ouT The many wriTeups which appear ThroughouT The book. SQUAD X AMPHITHEATRE TYPING STAFF LeTT To righ+: Mona Heller, Linda Monfesano, LoreTTa Mexom, Florence Johnson, Anila Pena. PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT The Physical EducaTion DeparTmenT is under The direcTion oT Mr. Clary Anderson and his able assisTanTs, Mr. Newman and Mr. Tomaine. The purpose of The deparTmenT is To give Those boys. who do noT parTicipaTe in varsiTy or conTacT sporTs, a chance To improve Their skills and keep physically TiT. Mr. Tomaine has iniTiaTed a new program This year. He is insTrucTing his classes in The fine arT of marching and drill, which he says will be oT use IaTer in miIiTary service. ' I . 'P 1 ,:, . -iq, "f'l'4M Q Mr. Anderson puTs all The boys Through a rig- orous TesTing course aT various Times oT The year which proves The individual skills and TiTness of each. IT also serves as a record oT improvemenT. The parking squad under The direcfion oT Mr. Newman is The only acTiviTy sponsored by The de- parTmenT. The squad, consisTing oT Joe I-Iarrison, Bob RuTIedge. PeTer Ford, Edward Riger, Bob Adelmann, Jack I-IomesTead, Erwin Adderley, James Randolph, Paul Nelson. Bob Madray and Ed Wressler, is in charge of parking cars aT all home TooTbaII games. s PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Mr. Merrick Tomaine. Mr. Clary Anderson, Mr. Carl Newman PARKING SQUAD 'Lani' N.. GIRLS' ATHLETIC COUNCIL I f GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT. Miss Julio M. Ryan, Mrs. Jeanne W. Hcningburg, and Mrs. Rosina Emery. GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATICN The I-lealTh and Physical EducaTion program aT MonTclair High consisTs of sporTs, dance classes and groups in correcTive exercises Tor which The school has The TaciliTies. In The Tall The girls learn hoclcey slcills: during The winTer They play eiTher baslceTball or volleyball: and when spring comes around, Their Time is devoTed To baseball and Tennis slcills. There are badminTon, shuTTleboard and Table- Tennis ThroughouT The year. An imporTanT parT oT The program is insTrucTion in dancing. One period a weelc is devoTed To Tap, social or modern dance. During her years oT high school, a girl musT compIe+e in her sophomore year a course in eiTher Biology or l'lealTh: as a iunior, SaTe Driving and FirsT Aid: and as a senior. Home Nursing. The Girls' AThleTic Council is a policy making group Tor The aTTer school sporTs' program. The members OT The council are The managers oT each aTTer school sporT. The membership oT The Council changes wiTh The Three sporTs' seasons: Fall, WinTer, and Spring. There is a carryover commiTTee To worlc on business while The new council is being organized each season. The PresidenT of The Girls' AThleTic Council is elecTed in The fall and The SecreTary in The previous spring To serve Through The nexT year. This Council serves To plan The aTTer school sporTs' program and seTTles quesTions which arise in The individual sporTs. ' 1 T N A ,X T I is i lip: Qi i , .N ,T , I i Amphitheatre Ednfor In Chref Jam Tnmmons Ari' Ednfor Marcla Snlverman Asslslanf Ari Ed :lor ART STAFF Lynne Andrews Pai Callahan Duck Cowie Ralph Davlef Marlon Drnemel Sue Fencul George Fnsher Joan Hobbue Mlrlam Llndenmaler Manre OShea Phebe Palmer Sandy Reade Judy Rosenblafi' Pai Shaub Lynne Sherman Marcna Sllverman BUSINESS STAFF Audrey Barlxer Jaclr Bnshop Bull Bywaler Joyce Carrnngfon Vnnceni' Covnello Franlr Maneo Sidney McKenzie Duane Mmard Mary Negley Margarel Nncholl Wayne Serpel Jerry Vanderbulf BIII Wesffall to PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF Jnm Tlmmons Jack Bnshop Mnlre Broolr Waller CoIquuH Richard Davldson Paul Forresi' Charlie Kehoe WRITING Lyn Adams Susan Andrews Jeanne Balmer Belnnda Ball Eleanor Brenner Dems Clnfferd Kay Davns Merlm Dorfman John Dwyer Nazlee French Sally Haines Pele Hughes Bob Hyde Dnclr Langway Meredafh Mayer Gnna Tuppper STAFF Lrferary Edlior Lyn Adams Asslsiani Lnferary Edrfor John Dwyer 4' '5 'PY' Busmess Manager Judy Rosenblaif Bull Hahnebach Pholography Edlfor Adverhsmg Manager Charlne Kehoe Llnwood Tmdall Assusfanf Cnrculahon Manager Paul Forresf M5990 Nlclmll Phofography Ednior e ' s . . I 2 :riff V ' - ' 2.2 . ' F' 3' 'rf glifg' f av, V Q Tqfp Us , ,o,,,, , -ah, al .ht 1- il audi' T,"HQ cur STUDENT FACULTY STudenT FaculTy sTarTed The '56-'57 school year wiTh a greaT deal of enThusiasm. This was The Tirsl' year in which iT sfarfed wiTh many proiecTs on The horizon, noTably The school sTore, sTudenT direcTory, honor socieTy, and school buIIeTin board. All oT These proiecTs were on The verge oT compleTion as early as The TirsT meeTing oT This organizaTion. The purpose oT These proiecTs is To sTimulaTe sTudenT inTeresT in The various acTiviTies while rendering a valuable service To The school. PresidenT Dan Klein sTaTed ThaT he wished The homeroom represenTaTives To voice in STudenT Fac- ulTy The opinions of The homerooms on proiecTs, school improvemenTs and complainTs. Any sTudenT in The school can have his suggesTions heard in The STudenT FaculTy by reTerring Them To his homeroom represenTaTive. ln This way an idea oT one sTudenT may evenTually become a realiTy. The organizaTion also consisTs oT a runnber oT sTanding commiTTees. The BcdgeT Ccnnmi'Tee, headed by The Treasurer oT The ST,denT Faculty, looks aTTer The Tunds oT The organfzaTion. The Calendar CommiTTee, consisTing oT The oTTicers oT The STudenT FaculTy headed by The Vice Pres'denT, draws up The agenda Tor each regular session. The Carry-Over CommiTTee, oT which The vice presidenT is chairman, malces plans Tor The coming year and assisTs in organizing The STudenT FaculTy aT The bee ginning oT The new school year. The Civics Com- miTTee, wiTh The corresponding secreTary as chair- man, handles all civic problems concerning The school. The ElecTion CommiTTee, direcTed by The candidaTe wiTh The second highesT number oT voTes in The preceding presidenTial elecTion, handles all The STudenT FaculTy elecTions. The Ways and Means CommiTTee, wiTh The assisTance oT The Parliamen- Tarian oT The STudenT FaculTy, Tinds ways and means To improve The STudenT l:aculTy and To inTorm The group on parliamenTary procedure. The Social CornmiTTee, consisTirg oT a member Trom each oT The Three classes and Two from Mourrie Movement seTs up The calendar oT social events Tor The school year and plans Tor The Tac..iTy sponsorship oT such evenTs. The Grounds COmmiTT66, dfrecTed by a sT.denT appoinTed by TTIG presidenT, parrofs The smolairg area and The ArrphITneaTre ourlng lunch periods. The Lunchroom CO'UVWi'T66, heaoeo by a svuclenT volunTeer, supervises Tne lunchrooms and ens Torces The rules seT up Tor The regu,aTion oT The lunchrooms. This years T5Cc.lfy aovfsers included Mr. T-lalleTT, general chairman' Mr. Filas, Clary Anderson, Miss Benz, Miss T'loTsTra, Miss Vance and Dr. l.aTimer. ,F NX I f ei ff' Q.-M. f X Presidenf DAN KLHN Treasurer Secrefary Ville Pl'eSidGI1f RAY FESTA SUZY TOONI DON WESSON 'vw im , 4 ' -pa . ef " 'V .fa-H 3 , If 6 Q 'V'--" S 4 I I 4?- ,J M36 i SENIOR COUNCIL SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Leff To righh Secrefary, Sue Hammersley: Presidonf. Linwood Tindallg Vice-Presidenf, Paul Lombardi: Treasurer, Jack BuTIor. 41:43 ,gblxx 1 T 9 T , 5 . I I "'wusl'f J The Senior Council acTs as The repre- senTaTive body OT The senior cIass. Any prob- Iems perTaining speciTicaIIy To The senior cIass are reTerred To This organizaTion. Class pro- iecTs are also insTiTuTed by This body. The council organizes The annuaI senior prom during May oT each year. AnoTher con- Troversial maTTer discussed by The council is The aTTire To be worn aT graduaTion. The oTTicers of The Senior CounciI Tor I956-I957 are Linwood TindaII, presidenT: Paul Lombardi, vice presidenTg Sue Hemmers- Iey. secreTary3 and Jack BuTIer, Treasurer. Jack has The duTy oT coIIecTing The senior dues. These dues are To be paid by each senior so ThaT The class giTT To The school may be pur- chased. As oT This wriTing The seIecTion oT The giTT has noT been made buT, as in The pasT. The giTT wiII be a whoIesorne conTribuTion To IvIonTcIair I-Iigh SchooI Trorn The cIass oT I957. 32 For Three years, The junior council has souqhT To promoTe The uniTy oT The junior class, and The beTTermenT oT The school. IT is inTeresTing To noTe ThaT since iTs incepTion in I954, iTs presidenT has graduaTed To The posT of STudenT-FaculTy head. As beTore, The council is TorTunaTe To have The services oT Mrs. Elinor T. Rice as iTs adviser. This years oTTicers include: Brian ChrisTaldi, presidenT: Joyce Boley, vice presidenT: Carol FiTzpaTriclc, secreTary7 and ViTo CeTTa, Treasurer. The mosT imporTanT projecT oT The coun- cil is, of course, The junior prom. The junior prom has become The high poinT in social liTe oT a junior. The juniors worlc Tor over a monTh in preparaTion Tor The prom, and They always have a dance To be proud oT. The purposes oT The junior council are enTered in iTs consTiTuTion. The organizaTion sTrives To draw The junior class closer TogeTher, To represenT The class on STudenT-FaculTy, and To promoTe The social acTiviTies oT The junior class. T' JUNIOR COUNCIL OFFICERS. Presidenf, Brian Chrisfalclig Vice-Presb denf, Joyce Boleyg Secrefary, Carol FiTzpaTriclrg Treasurer, Vifo Ceffag Adviser, Mrs. E. Rice. JUNIOR CCDUNCIL ffl Tb' W. D f C x 'Sf U N5 9- CAROLYN ADAMS nl-yn. .. . reliable . . . independenf . . . cooperalive. GTS Cniee Club 2' Senior H:scf'a"f,' Ccrn-n'?lee 4: La+" Cao 2' Foioalf Pro- gram C:'n'n"'ee 3i Ampb- freaire Wr'T"g S'a:5 4, Lilerary Edfror 4' Moanlie Movement 2 3' Senior Council 4: Baslmerball 2: l-loclcey 2: Vciieyball. SEBASTIAN ADORNO "Burch" . . . lhe quief fype who loolrs for a good laugh once in a while. Foorball 2, 3, 4, Varsiry Leffer 4. 36 v, JUDITH ADAMS il.llJdYli M. H. S.'s ambassador fo France . . . intelligence plus. S:-de'? Facjly 3: Madri- Qiii 2, 3' l::::ba'l Band 2 3' Orcrerra 2, 3' Le Cercle Franca! 2 3 4' lrrerralcn- al Clab 2, 3' Mcmraineer Edfcrfal Sfaif 4: Library Council 2, 3. GEORGE H. AGNEW "Doc" Always seen wifln a smile . . . easy going. Medical Manager of Fool- ball Club 3, 4. . ff . 52-x ERWIN ADDERLEY Soccer is his game. Trallic Squad 4: Soccer 3 4, Varsily Lelfer 3, 4: Track 3, 4, Varslly Lefler 3, 4: Cross Ccenlry 4, Varsily Lel- ler' 4. MARILYN A. ALBERTSON . . . a bundle of sugar 'n spice and everylhing nice. Junior Red Cross 2: Girls' Glee Club 2, 4: Bible Club 4: Arclnery 2: Bowling 2: Slcaling 2. PIERRE M. ADIDGE . . . wired for sound. Has anyone seen him wifhouf a microphone? Luncliroom Music Commil- ree 2, 3, 4, Manager of Sound 2 3, 4: Foolball Sound 2, 3, 4, Manager of Sound 2, 3, 4: Audio Visual Squad 2 3, 4: Communily Chest Volunleer 4: Assembly Comrriillee 3, 4: Dramalic Club 3, 4: Slaqe Crew 2, 3, 4, Manager of Sound 2. 3. 4: Mounlaineer Business Slall 3, Adverlising Edifor 3: Mounlaineer Ediforial Slaff 4: Audio-Educalion 2. 3, 4. MARCIA D. ALEXANDER "Marsh" Soulhern belle . . . some- lhing worllw doing is worllm doing well. Sludenl Facully 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club 4: Senior Hos- pilalffy Commilfee 3: Fool- ball Program Commillee 3, 4: Mouwlaineer Ediforial Slal? 4: Mounrie Movemenf 3, 4 Secrelary 4: Poinf Syslern Comrnillee 3: Slu- denf Acfivilics 3, Clwairman 4' Social Comrnillee 3, 4: Library Council 3: Baseball 31 Baslselball 3: Slcaling 3. ELIZABETH C. ANDERSON "Belsy" Curiosify is a door fo success. Sfudeni' Faculiy 2: Lunch- room Commiffee 4: Junior Red Cross 3: Mixed Chorus 3: Girls' Glee Club 3: Fool- ball Band 2: Orchesfra 2, 3: Dramafic Club 3. 4: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4: Bible Club 4: Senior Hospilalify Commiilee 4: Laiin Club, 2, Secrefary 2: Mounfaineer Ediiorial Sfall 4: Library Council 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Baslreiball 2, 3: Tennis 2: Volleyball 2: Table Tennis 2: Bowling 3: Modern Dance 3. SUSAN A. ANDREWS "Sue" . . . paiienf . . . inielligenf . . . consideraie. Girls' Glee Club 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 3: Inferna- iional Club 3: Hospifalify Commilfee 3, 4: Laiin Club 2: Amphilhealre Wrilinq Sfaff 4: Mounfaineer Busi- ness Slafl 3: Arl' Service Club 4: Baseball 2: Basket ball 2: Archery 2, 3: Tennis 2: Badminfon 2: Table Ten- nis 2: Bowling 2: Skaiing 2, 3. KENNETH a. ANDERSON GLENN v. D. ANDERSON LYNNE C- ANDREWS Kemv "Mor" arena Bombshell . . . Underneaih his reserve is a friendly affifude. Boys' Glee Club 2: Crealive Wrifing 2. BARBARA ARMSTEAD "Bobbie" . . . wiih good wishes for everyone for 'lhe fufure. Lunchroom Commiflee 4: Mixed Chorus 3: Girls' Glee Club 2, 4: Modern Dance 2. . . . delighfs in being a 'lease . . . helpful when he chooses fo be. Lunchroom Music Commif- iee 3, 4: Audio Visual Squad 3, 4: Assembly Commiffee 3: Dramafic Club 3, 4: Sfage Crew 3, 4. ALICE M. ARNOTT "Leeesh" . . reserved . . . charming . . . and ialenfed. Orchesira 4: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, 4: lnlernalion- al Club 2, 3: Bible Club 2: Messenger Service Commil- iee 2: Library Council 3: Creafive Wriiing 2. fhose wise craclrs. Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Dramalic Club 4: Bible Club 2: Junior Hospifaliiy Commiiiee 2, 3: Senior Hos- pifalily Commiiiee 4: Lalin Club 2: Messenger Service Commiffee 2: Spanish Club 3: Foofball Program Com- mifiee 3, 4: Amphiiheafre Ari Siaff 4: Mouniaineer Business Sfalf 3, Business Manager 3: Honor Sfudy Hall 3, 4, Chairman 4. THOMAS T. ARNY ...quiel'...agood sfudenf . . . scienfisf. Audio Visual Squad 2, 3, 4: Lafin Club 2, 3: Lunchroom Music 2, 3, 4: Fooiball Sound 3: Radio Club 2, 3. 37 IRAIDA ARTAMONAV "Ira" ...pefi+e...perf... and preffy. Arcliery 2: Bowling 2. EMILIE L. AUSTIN "Teddy" . . . flirlalious eyes and a warm personalily. Twirlers 4: Hospilalily 4: Soplncmore Speaking Pro- gram 2, 3 4' Fcolioall Danc- ers 2. 3, 4: Volleyball 2: Mode-n Dance 2, 3, 4: Ska?- ing 2. JEAN BAKER "Jeanie" ...vim...vigor . . . versaiilify. Cheerleaders 4: Sludenl Facully 2: Junior Red Cross 4: Assembly Commillee 4: Girls' G-lee Club 2, 3, 4: Hospilalily Commillee 3. 4: Carryover Commillee 2, 3. 4: Junior Council 3, Amplwifheafre Wriling Slall 4: Mounlaineer B u s i n e s s Shall 3: Girls' Alhlefic Council 3, 4: Mounlie Move- men? 2, 3. 4: Library Coun- cil 2. 3. 4: JOANNA BAKER ..JO.. The secref of success is constancy of purpose. Girls' Glee Club 2, 4: Le Cercle Francais 2. 4: ln- lernafional Club 4: Senior Council 3: Hockey 2. V' i' , 15. 5 M , ,V . , .2 ll We I 3 2- , '- G I Q25 i X , gr: ,.,, 5Yz,.4, were i , , we '5 1 . my F. . -X ,Je ,V ., '9,Sgj!1g -fr filiffifiga M431 S . . A X ,, T 'J X, 4 4 1? A 3 00,414 W' "Nj 2- ii i' f A X 'G xv s 1 i X A R 1 E 4 A 'xg Et: 'K ew, JOHN D. BAKER BELINDA A. BALL RICHARD M. BARBARISE AUDREY BARKER J' B' . . . sophislicafion wrapped . . . a perpefual Comedian Aud I He has a place reserved for up in a blue velvel ribbon. i . b ready +0 perform in an . q. . an exlremely ljruendlty him in lhe New York Phil- Junk, Red Qmss 2: QMS' insfanf. ?"L ' i' il rch ml goo harmonic' Glee Clb 2, 3 4: Hcspilali- B k. , as e a a 'mes' NVWM V F, an ing 4, Treasurer 4, Syudenf Family 3. B 'G c" 3-o-l W Cr '-693:44 CN' Fud'V'1lSo'ad234 Y ' ,ICYSZ 392 'D ' ces' G u a 'd 3: fvrpnillwealre i' 'O 'SA " ' ' ' Gui Giie Club 31 4? ra ' ' Wrilrg Six 4: Mounlain- L9 C6'Cl'S Francais 3? eer Bcfress S'a553'Mounl1e lFl5"'iliGffGl Club 3- 41 Meveaeei 2, 3, 4: Baslel- J-"Sr Hospifiilv Cvfnmjf- ball 2, 3: Hoclcey 2: Tennis Tee 21' Senior Hospfalify 2: Baorn":'r 2: Table Ten- Cornmzflee 3. 4i Spifllill ris 2, 3: Befflro 2, 3: Mod- C .io 4: Pnl Clark House ern Dance 2, 3i 4: Slcalfng C9fW'1'lf99 AmDlli'95l'e 2, 3! 4' Bus ress Sl5'f 4' 6"s' Alb- lelic Council 3: Baslelball 38 2, 3, 4: Arclwery 2, 3, 4, Represenlallve Team 3' Volleyball 3: Badminton 3. JAMES H. BARNSDALE "Jim" His inielligence shines with every word. Junior Red Cross 3: Infer- nafional Club 3: Bible Club 27 Lalin Club 2. JANET A. BISHOP ..BeepS.. Good nafure and good sense musf ever ioin. Library Council 4. EDWARD L. BERRY 'Ted' When he laughs, fhe whole world laughs wifh him. Baseball 2 3, 4, Varsily Lef- rer 2 3 4: Foolball 2, 3, 4, Varsfly Leffer 4. 'Q' 'ev JOHN B. BISHOP, JR. "Jackson" . . . always ready for a laugh and busy frying io creafe a few of his own. Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Mixed Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Band 3: Foofball Band 2, 3, 41 Audio Visual Squad 2, 3, 4: Communily Chesl' Speakers 43 Arnphilhealre Pholography Sfalf 47 Amphi- Theafre Business Slaff 41 Golf 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4. JOAN P. BIANCO . . . a lady who is always in sfyle . . . brighi eyes . . . sparkling smile. Library Council 2. EUGENIA B. BISHOP "Gene" . . . modes? and unassuming, bu? impressive in her ac- complishmenis. Cfrls' Glee Club 2, 4: Fool- ball Band 3, 4, Caplan cf Bel's 3 4' Lafn Club 3: Mcurfe Mowernenf 2, 3, 4' Baseba. 27 B5Sk6TC5ll 2: Hockey 2' A'che'y 2: Volley- oail 2, Badminton 23 lable Tennfs 2. JOYCE BISHOP "Dimps" . . . brighr as a siar and gay as a lark. Library Council 2, 33 Bowl- ing 2. LINDA-ANNE BORDEN "Bunny" . . . never idle a momeni' . . . fhriffy and ihoughfful af all fimes. Sluden? Facully 3, 4: Lunch- room Commiflee 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club 4: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4, Secreiary 4: lnlernalional Club 47 Hos- pilalify Club 3i Lalin Club 2, 3: Library Council 3, 4, Phil Clark Commillee 3: Amphifhealre Business Slaff 37 Mounlaineer Ediforial Sfaff 4, Associare Ediior 4: F. T. A. 2.3.4. 39 ELIZABETH BOSCHEN 'Eeue' . . . as unprediclable as fhe wealher buf fun 'fo be wilh. J-"':' Pea C'.23 27 Girls' Gee C -5 2, 3 4' lldfe Tsfifz C Jn 3' l3:ile+::af 2: V: :e, 2: lace Ten' 7 ns 2, 3, S-e"g 3. ELEANOR BRENNER 'Eb . . . nol only efficienl buf also full of fun. Sl..'dC"' Zz: 4' dxf Red C' ,. 3' TNQ' Gee C .ix 2 3 4' Lf- Civil? Ffa'- cif 4' 1' " 1 C 4' l'l:.Q'4 ', C Mn "f-9 4' Cine' 4' f1":g' "5-a"9 vffffg 2-.ff 4- +a"'f'f-f Edin ' 5'1" 3' GV' F' Ay" C415 V325 p'C'3'If'f"' 4 -':"e',' C' ffl 3, 4' l' '4'.-1-"f"2 3 47 L 2 "-,fig 2' fat' 'Q' 4 age' 42 Toms 2 ,ca 2 3. 40 . 3 'JFS .1 I I SALLY V. BOSWORTH ALFONZO BOWLES WH-BUR BRANDQN . llclwilill "Ronnie" A li'r+le nonsense now and then is relished by fhe besf His hook sho? is as good The mer,-Y fwgnkle in 11,5 eyes of men- 55 l"l5 muslc- proves fha? mischief lurlrs nearby. fxssfynbly Ccmnfiiee 3 4i Orclegrra 2: Band 21 Slu- Mired China 2' S642' His- derl Fec..'ly 4: Baslcelball gesebejj 2. poeyball 2 p'+al,fy Cirnrnbee 4i Mzf- 2, 3, 4, Versly Le-Her 4, laneer l3-s'rcss 51" 3' Track 3, 4. Momile lvlcuernefi 2 3 4, Baslcefball 2' fvchey' 2' Table Teens 2' Bcffrg 2. HESTER M. BRENT . . . vivacious . . . effeclive glances . . . a bundle of concenfraled pep and energy. CLCQ"li,'id?VS 3, 4' Lxche rcirn C"n""'QQ 3 4' G73 Q'-QQ Ci: 2 4' Fii':i Emu 27 Le Ciffze Fence" 2' SQ""" l-l'::"'1'f Cim- r'w"fi,-Q 4' Ci"i'C' 3 4' E-ccfle Eiefc 3' P" Se'- 'fce C .iz 3' Sf-'ff Ctxtl 4' Beast: 2 3 4 Repfe- ii-'ffffig 'f-iz" 2 3 4' Eesivnel 2' ":""s 2, 4' 5.4530 fvzc 2 3 4 Re:- ro:o":".Q Tir' 2, 3, 4i Skelrg 2 3, 4. ROBERT B. BROOMALL JAMES BRUMAGE HJR .. . . . inlelligenf . . . a herd fT1 worlcer in school . . . lilced . . . a serious and quiel' by all. personalily. Audio Vfgual Sqead 4, Latin Besehall 2, 3, 4. Versily l Cub 3. fer 4. iv JULIE A. BULLOCK . . . always hear when you need a friend. PATRICIA BUTLER . . . good sense . . .good humor . . . and a whirling bafon. Twirlers 3, 4, Co-Capfain 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 2. JOAN BUNTING . . a flair for dramalics . . . never a dull momenf. Sfudenf Faculfy 3, 4: Lunch- room Commiffee 3, 4, Chair- man Assembly Commiffee 4: Girls' Glee Club 2: Foof- ball Band 2: Dramaiic Club 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, 4: Junior Hospifalify Commiffee 3: Mouniie Movemenf 2, 3, 4: Canieen 2, 3, 4. RICHARD L. BUTTERFIELD "Dick" Whaf a man! He faclrles any fask wifh confidence. Audio Visual Squad 2, 3, 4: Foofball 2, 3, 4, Varsify Lef- fer 4: Track 2, 3, 4. EDWARD E. BUTLER "Eddie" . . . freafs everyone as a friend . . . forgives fhe pranks of all . . . Junior Red Cross 2: Junior Council 3: Canteen Commif- fee 3: Acfivify Commiflee 4: Foofball 2, 3, 4, Varsily Lef- fer 4. ROBERT W. BUTTON "Bob" . . . friendlies? boy in fown . . . long, fall Baslefball Player. Sfudenf Faculfy 4: Junior Red Cross 2: Baskefball 2, 3, 4, Varsily Leffer 4: Foof- ball 2, 3, 4, Varsily Leffer 4. JOH N M. BUTLER ..JaCki. . . . He accomplishes a good deal in fhe easy way. Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Senior Council 4, Treasurer 4: Baskelloall 2: Fooiball 3, 4, Varsity Lefler 4. PATRICIA L. CALLAHAN "Pai" M. H. S.'s answer 'Io Vifamin B. Fooiball Band 2, 3: Senior Hospifalify Commiffee 2. 3, 4: Amphifheafre Ari Sfaff 4: Girls' Afhlefic Council 3, 4, Presidenl' 4: Ar? Service 3, 4, Secrefary 4: Mounfie Movemenf 2, 3: Baseball 2, 3, 4, Manager 3: Baskefball 2, 3, 4: Hockey 2, 3, 4, Manager 3: Tennis 2, 3: Skafing 3: Riding 3. 41 MARGARET L. CALLENDER "Posey" Oh why should life all effori be? Glrls' Glee C'..b 2, 3: Or- cheslra 2: Momfle Move- menl 3, 4: Ar? Club 2. MARIE A. CAMARCO Marie has fhe sensiiive ear of a musician for other peo- ples' feelings. SARAH L. CARDINELL "sally . . . likeable . . . inferesfed . . . lively. Cheerleaders 4: Girls' Glee Cluo 2, 3, 4: Dramalic Club 3' Gfrls Alhlelic Council 3: Tennis 2, 3: Table Tennis 2: Modern Dance 2, 3, 4: Manager 3: Special Group in Modern Dancing 2, 3, 4. DAVID C. CAREY . . . nuclear physicisf par excellence . . . Whaf new phenomena will Dave dis- cover in lhe fufure7 Boys' Glee Club 3, 4: Dramalic Club 3: Moun- faineer Business Slafl 3: Track 3, 4, Varsily Leller 4: Cross-Counlry 2. ANTHONY M. CARNEVALE "Tony" Life is 'loo shorf always lo be conscious of conventions. Baslelball 2: Foolball 2, 3, 4, Varsfly Leller 3, 4. 42 Qi' ns, mi SAM CARONIA He lilces fo mounf his soapbox and swing his arms. Baseball 2. QU! M. JOYCE CARRINGTON "Joycie" . . . wiHy . . . 'lalenfed wilh fhose bells. Shdenl Facully 2: Girls' Glee C'..b 2, 3, 4: Foofball Ba'cl 2. 3 4, Secrefary 3: r Amphifhealre Business Shall 4. nr... LAWRENCE M. CHEATHAM The sun always shines for Larry. Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4. MIKE CHIAUZZI He Iaies in more than he Iefs us know. Football 4. va lil . ,- f I- A ' ' w -ny, ff JOSEPHINE A. CHRISTIANO "Jody" . . chic as a bunny in ihe Easier Parade. Junior Red Cross 2: Girls' Glee Club 3, 4. NETTIE C. CLAIR "Sherry" . . . a purpose for her every aim . . . easy going . . . cheerful. Twirlers 4' Girls' Glee Club 4: Baseball 4: Modern Dance 4. DONALD L. CLARK "Don" . . . has no way of malring enemies . . . fair in fhe 'Ireafmenf of everyone. Sfudenf Faculiy 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: Grounds Com- miiiee 4: Mounrie Move- menf 4: Foorball 2, 3 4. Varsiiy Leiier 4: Tracl: 3, 4. . JY?-, '1 DENIS J. CLIFFORD Oh Io be in Paris once again! . . . Ihe Confinenfal. Boys' Glee Club 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 31 Amphi- fheafre Writing Sfafl 4, Sporfs Edifor 4: Mounfie Movemeni' 4: Iniramural Sporis Commiiiee 4. Q HARRY E. COCUCCI If you Keep your ear fo fha ground, you'II Know when Harry's around. Baseball 2. VIRGINIA M. COLQUITT "Ginnie" . . . a quiei' sophidicefe with a sparkling personelify. Girls' G-lee Club 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4: Mounfie Movemenf 2, 3, 4: Baskeiball 3: Arch- ery 2, 3, 4: Skating 3. 5' 1, 5, DENIS commsrre All men ihinlz all men mor- tal buf Ihemselves. Lew Hoad of M.H.S. Civics Commiffee 2, 3: Foofball 2, 3. 4, Varsify Leiier 4: Tennis 3, 4, Vor- sify 3, 4. 43 JOHN E. COOK l don'f mind homework . . . lr infrigues me. I spend hours iusf looking ef if. VINCENT F. COVIELLO "Vincove" . . . smoofh . . . swing end sway on 'the dance floor wiih Vincove. Siudenf Faculiy 4: Amphi- iheaire Business Sfeff 4: Golf 3, 4, Varsify Leffer 3, 4: Soccer 2. 44 JOAN M. COPLAND "Pe99Y" . . . her fufure in her voice. her presenf in her leugh. Girls' G-lee Club 2, 3, 4: Madrigels 2, 3. 4: Foofbell Band 3, 4: Messenger Ser- vice Commiiiee 2: Moun- raineer Business Sfeff 3: Drum Maioreiie 3, 4: Mod- ern Dance 2. RICHARD G. COWIE "Dick" Rembrandt in disguise. Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4 Arr Club 2. lf e PETER A. CORBYON "Pele" He moves from friend fo friend wifh ihe greefesl of ease, and he is welcome in every group. Junior Council 3. EDWARD J. COXEY. JR. . . . a well rounded person . . . a good friend Siege Lighfinq Crew 2, 3. 4: Soccer 3. ' v PAT A. COVELLO With a smile she merrily brushes her worries ewey. GAIL CRAMPTON HGGY.. . . . as friendly as she is versarile . . . as enfhusiesfic as she is eager. Cheerleaders 4: Siudenf Faculiy 2, 3: Junior Red Cross 3: Girls' Glee Club 3. 4: Madrigals 3. 4: Le Cerclo Francais 4: Sfuclenr Direc- fory Commiffee 4, Chair- man 4: Mouniio Movemeni 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3: Bas- keiball 2, 3: Hockey 2: Vol- leyball 2: Modern Dance 4. V 7, .vw . V, V qua 4 f..,1, , .V A K .e'zV,,V. RALPH E. CRANE, JR. "Rick" The word "enemy" is un- known Io him. If you know him, you like him. Boys' Glee Club 4: Sludenf Facully 4: Junior Council 3: Foolball 2, 3, 4, Varsify Lef- ier 4: Track 3, 4. JUNE V. DANIELS She'll gel along happily in life. Mixed Chorus 4: Girls' Glee Club 2, 3: Messenger Ser- vice Commiffee 2, 3: Fool- ball Program Commiffee 2, 3: Baseball 2: Baskelball 2. 3: Volleyball 2. 3: Modern Dance 2, 3. ,, W R 4 It ' . J H i r - k h Um .X s,',J,w k f VVV,ff V, DAVID J. CROSS "SIrefch" I agree wilh no man's opinions, for I have some of my own. Boys' Glee Club 4: Lunch- room Commillee 4: Foofball 2, 3, 4, Varsiiy Leller 4: Canfeen 4: Mounfie Move- menl 4. KATHERINE R. DAVIS ..Kay.. . . . acfive. able and ad- mirable . . . Kay is aglow wifh happiness and fun. Lunchroom Commillee 3, 4: Junior Red Cross 3, Secre- Iary 3: Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Dramafic Club 4: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4: Junior Hospifalily Commiflee 3: Senior Hospilalify Commil- fee 4: Lafin Club 2: Fool- ball Ticker Sellers 3, 4: Foolball Program Commii- 'fee 4: Amphifhealre Wrif- ing Sfalf 4: Girls' Alhlelic Council 3, 4, Secreiary 4: Library Council 3. 4, Vice 'resident 4. GLADYS V. CUMMINGS Laughs speak louder fhan words. Baskelbell 2, 4: Baseball 2, 4: Volleyball 2. 4: Hockey 2, 3. MARIE A. DeFALCO HRS.. Her infelligence and queen- ly grace will help her Io achieve recognition. Mixed Chorus 4: Girls' Glee Club 3: Hospifalify Commit- fee 2. 3, 4. G' 1 LAWRENCE A. CUTALO . . . all Ihe aggressive spirif in Ihe world buf used for a good purpose. Baseball 2, 3: Fooiball 3. KIM DeHART With her beaufy and kind- liness, Kim will sail Io Ihe porf of her choice. Inlernalional Club 2. 45 ANGELA De-LISE ..Angie.. Sha Keeps her life gay will: quief poise. Messenger Service Commif- 'lee 3. JEAN M. DENTE Somefimes she's peppy. hap- py, and gay: again sl1e's quiel' in her own nice way. Twirlers 3, 47 Girls' Glee Club 3, 4: Le Cercle Fran- cais 4: Fufure Nurses' Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4. JOSEPHINE G. De ROSE iuocnn She appreciales all fhal' life has lo offer. Girls' Glee Club 3, 4: Bible Club 3, 4: Junior Hospilalily Commillee 3. MARY JANET DIEGTEL Janel"s sense of humor is as nice as her lady lilre manner. Sluclenl' Facully 4: Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Foolball Band 2: Junior Hospilalify Commiffee 33 Senior Hos- pilalily Commiflee 4: Fool- ball Program Commillee 3. 4, Edilorial Slaff 41 Library Council 3, 4: Sludenf Ac- livify Commiflee 3, 4: F.T.A. 4: Mounlie Movemenf 3, 4. FRAN K Di ROMA "Mouse" . . . an explosive inferesl in almosl' everylhing . , , 5 quick laugh for a good ioke, 46 1 I KENNETH L. DESTEFANO "Ken" . . . noi a care in fhe world in his merry Oldsmobile. Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Madrigal Choir 3, 45 Audio Visual Squad 2, 3, 4: Dramafic Club 22 Baslrel- ball 2, Foofball 2, 3, 4, Varsify Lelfer 4: Traclr 2, 3, 4, Varsiry Leffer 3, 4. Sf ,V g yr -- ' l Eg, A 4 K 515, . , f 3 ' ' ' Jw! iii- ,ff gf' ,, W , " r?f f'i'f1 ' ' V Q' i . 1' .zqgz f ff' lv uf, 3 4 3, A . , if .:'fw.1, 5-f-M. .e ff- - M. A 5:75, 'V .-'su " 3, ,Mf- ,, ,+A ,xx p - 4-L + w, Q'-,3..fn,zQ "vb L ' A ' A DAVID E. DODD "Dave" He'll go places even wifhouf his car. JOAN P. DOMINICK "Joanie" . . . soff-spolren . . . genial . . . liked by all. Sophomore Arl' Club 2: Bible Club 2, 3. MERLIN DORFMAN . . . fhe man wifh a spring in every sfep . . . bound for M. I. T. lniernaiional Club 3, 4: Lalin Club 2: Amphifheafre Wriling Sfaif 4: Manager of Foofball 4. 37 lg... 6, Q ' X , . A ' .ff .' If 'P fp JAMES A. DYER "Jam" The "wheel" is here: now we can roll. CLIFFORD H. DRIVERS "Sonnie" "Silence is golden, buf so whaf7" . . . a man with de- cided opinions. Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Sfudenf Faculfy 2: Football 2, 3. MARY A. DUCKER . . . in mosr ways Typically Montclair. In fhe sfrengrh of her appeal, she is a wel- come addifion anywhere. Girls' Glee Club 3, 4: Fool- ball Band 2, 3: Orcheslra 2, 3: Le Cercle Francais 4: Hospiialify Comrniilee 4: Library Council 2, 3, 4: Junior Council 3: Mouniie Movemenf 4: Baseball 2, 3: Baskeiball 2, 3: Hoclrey 3: Archery 3: Tennis 2, 3: Volleyball 2: Badminfon 2: JOHN P. DWYER . . . reliable and ambiiious . . . a reserved sense of humor. Siudenf Faculfy 4: Le Cercle Frances 2. 3: Amphiihealre Wriiing Sfalf 4, Assisfanl Edifor 4: Mounfie Movemenl' 3. 4: Canieen 3. L NANCY D. EAMES . . a girl wifh high ideals . . . sfraighf forward in a nice way. Junior Red Cross 3: Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Junior Hospilaliiy Commiifee 3: Senior Hospifaliiy Commif- 'fee 4: Library Council 3, 4: Ari Service 3, 4: Baseball 2: Baslreiball 2: Hockey 2, 4: Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Repre- senfalive Team 3: Table Ten- nis 3. i 1' ki f BARBARA D. EASTMAN "Babs" Under her happy person- alify, we find infelligence and sincerify. Sfuclen? Faculfy 3, 4: Junior Red Cross 3, 4: Dramaiic Club 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: lnfernaiional Club 41 Bible Club 2: Senior Hos- pilalily Commiiiee 4: F.T.A. 3, 4: Mounfie Movemenf 2. 3, 4: Baskefball 4: Volley- ball 4. QI 4 NANCY EBERHARDT "Eber" . . . gay personalify . . . good sense of humor . . . generous ouflook on life. Girls' C-lee Club 2, 3, 4: Foofball Band 2, 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: Hospi- falify Commiifee 3. 4: Li- brary Council 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Senior Council 4: Baslref- ball 2. 3: Archery 2: Tennis 2, 3: Volleyball 2, 3, Repre- senfafive Team 3: Table Ten- nis 2. 3: Bowling 3. 47 McNElLL EDWARDS "Mac" inlelligenl' . . . capable "Either l'll 'Find a way, or l'll mah one." Boys' Glee Club 4: Mixed Glee Club 4: Madrigal Choir 4: Audio Visual Squad 3, 4: Baseball 3, 4, Varsiiy Leifer 3. 4: Fooiball 3: Soc- cer 4, Varsify Leiier 4. GEORGE A. ESPOSITO . . . prefers suggesfions io or- ders . . . "Bu+ wha? should a man do buf be merry." Boys' Glee Club 2: Baseball 2: Fooiball 2, 3. 48 YVONNE EDWARDS "Bonnie" . .. comedienne . . . fakes life as if comes Junior Red Cross 2: Girls' Glee Club 2. 3, 4: Messen- ger Service Commifiee 2: Fuiure Nurses' Club 3, 4: Baseball 3: Baslceiball 2. 3, 4: Badminion 2. 3: Modern Dance 2, 3. 4. CHARLES W. FAAS "Chuck" . . . ihe man with all ihe angles. DENNIS R. EICH LER "Ike" "Give me lime son, and l'll gel 'lhere" . . . builf for comforl noi for speed. Boys' Glee Club 3. 4: Junior Red Cross 3: Fooiball 3, 4. Varsiiy Leiter 3, 4: Track 3. CAROLYN V. FARRAND Sunny and vivacious, Caro- lyn has a knack for success. Girls' Glee Club 2: Fooiball Band 2, 3, 4: Orchesfra 2, 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 2: Hospiialiiy Commiilee 4: Girls' Aihleiic Council 3: Mounfie Movemeni 3, 4: Li- brary Council 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Baslreiball 2, 3, 4, Represeniafive Team 2. 3: Hockey 2, 3: Archery 2, 3: Tennis 2, 3: Volleyball 3, Represeniaiive Team 3: Bowling 3: Modern Dance 3: Sliaiing 2, 3. izoasnr e. znesmom -'sou' an oufdoorman . . . a quief buf pleasani' person- alify. Audio Visual Squad 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: Siaqe Lighiing Crew 3, 4: Chess 2: Foofball 2, 3, 4, Varsiiy Lei- ier 4. THOMAS E. FEENEY "Tom" Tl1ere's mischief in ihis man. SUSAN Z. FENCIL . . . my accordion and I. Sue's smiling disposition will lead her lo success. Foofball Band 2, 3: lnlerna- fional Club 3, 4: Senior Hos- pifalify Commifiee 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: Civics Commillee 2: Amphillwealre Arr Slalf 4: Fufure Nurses' Club 3, 4: Tennis 3, 4, Rep- resenlalive Team 3, 4. RAYMOND A. FESTA . . . abilily and compelifive spiril always malre a winner . . Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Sludenl Faculfy 4, Treasurer 4:'Boys' Alhlelic Council 2, 3: Audio Visual Squad 2, 3. 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4, Varsify Leller 2, 3, 4: Baskelball 2, 3, 4: Foolball 2, 3, 4, Var- sifv Leller 3, 4. JANE C. FERGUSON DOMINIC A. FERLAUTO VITO M- FERLAUTO . . . allraclive, admirable, . . a case of efernal spring . . . good limes for all and always ready lo apply fever . . . hmes - - - herself in an academic sifua- lion. Sludenf Fecully 2: Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Fool- ball Band 2: Orclmeslra 2: Le Cercle Francais 4: ln- 'lernalional Club 4: Table Tennis 2, 3, Manager 3. ANTHONY L. FILIACI . . . a good iudge of the arf of good living . . . VALERIE A. FILKINS "Val" She laughs . . . She dances . . . She sparkles. Cl1eerleaders4: Mixed Chorus 2, 4: Girls' Glee Club 3: Girls' Aflwlelic Coun- cil 3: Foolball Dancers 3: Modern Dance 2, 3, 4, Manager of Special Group 3. Sfudenl Facully Allernale 2. PHYLLIS A. FILMER "Phil" Sl1e's friendly in her own sofl-spolren manner. Junior Red Cross 2, 3: Girls' Glee Club 3, 4: Junior Hos- pifelily Commillee 3: Ten- nis 3. 49 GEORGE D. FISHER . . . Ihe infelligenf Iouch of fhe masfer arlisf. Amphifhealre Phofography Sfaif 2, 3: Track 2: Cross- Counlry 2. DIANE J. FITZGERALD . . . a big smile for all. . . She added life Io our class. Junior Red Cross 2: Girls' Glee Club 3, 4: Office Messenger 2, 3: Baslxelball 3, 4: Volleyball 4: Modern Dance 2. CAROL A. FOLEY . . . dependable and cule . . . She leeds our Iwirling corps. Twirlers 3, 4, Capfain 4: Senior Hosplfalify Commif- fee 4: Nurse's Assisfanf 3: Archery 2. PAUL D. FORREST Good nafure is sfronger Ihan Iomahawlrs. Boys' Glee Club 4: Bible Club 3: Amphilheafre Pho- 'rography Sfalf 4, Assislanl Editor 4: Soccer 3, 4, Vor- sify Lelfer 4. JANE FORTUNE . . . a welcome addition fo M.H.S .... quiel and nice. S0 NAZLEE J. FRENCH "Naz" Aswish of peflicoals, a bursf of laughier . . . and Ihere's Nazlee. Lunchroom Commillee 3: Junior Red Cross 2: Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, 4: Inferna- Iional Club 4: Junior Hos- pilalily Commillee 3: Senior l'-losplfalily Cornmillee 4: Messenger Service Commit- Iee 3: Amphilhealre Writing Slafl 4: Mounlie Movemenl 2, 3, 4: Canleen Represen- falive 4: Baseball 2: Baslcel- ball 2, 3: Hockey 2: Archery 2: Tennis 2, 3: Bowlinq 2, PATRICIA G. GALWAY "Gail" There will always be clear sailing ahead for one as friendly, sincere and gra- cious as Gail. Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 41 lnlernalional Club 4: Senior Hospifalify Commillee 42 Girls' Alhlelic Council 32 Library Council 2, 3, 4, Sec- relary 3, Presidenf 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2, 3. 4: Baslcefball 2, 3, 4: Hockey 2, 3, 4: Ten- nis 3: Table Tennis 2, 3. Manager 3. i 95" To-. ARBADELLA GAMMONS "Della" Fun and frivolify follow Della wherever she goes. Sludenf Faculry 2: Girls' Glee Club 2: Foolball Danc- er 4: Modern Dance 3, 4, Represenfafive 3. JULIUS C. GARNES "I believe in procraslinafion. If's more fun." . . . always well dressed. Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Mixed Glee C ub 2, 3, 4' Band 23 Fcolball 2. ,s f 9 I , - N Q .1 JOHN M. GERTLER Bu? how can I give fo silence my whole life long? Boys' Glee Clsb 4: Mixed Glee Club 4: Spanisli Club 3, 4: Mouniaireer Edilorial Stall 4: Football 3, 4, Var- sify Lelfer 4. EDNA M. GARRETT "Mae" If's fun fo be friendly. Banking 4' Senior Hospilalily Commiflee 45 S onfslw Club P 4: Baseball 4- Basketball 4: Hockey 4: Volleyball 4: Badmlnlcn 4: Table Tennis 4. fc ,1 WILLIAM H. GESELL "Bill" . an inielligenf genfleman with pleasanf ways. Sludenf Facully 3: Junior Red Cross 2. 3: Junior Council 2. 3, 41 Chess 2. HERBERT D. GARRETT . . . a hif wilh people on flue field or off . . . generally heard voicing his own opinion. Foolball Band 2: Foolball 3. 4, Varsiiy Leller 4: Track 3. if , f .. :fr 4, far 1 Y' NICK GENTILE 'Red' "Don'I' Iry 'Io ge? him worried: if can'1 be done." Audo V's-al Sq.ad 3, 4: Focfoall 2, 3 4, Va rsfly Leffer 4. .N wr- QS' GILBERT GIBBS WALTER F. GIERSBACK "Gil" "Wall" . . a gfapgpanglgd cifigen . . . He seldom SPBGLSQ buf . . . sense and responsibilify. WIND he C-IOSS. he is worfh Baslcelball 2: Foofball 2. Iisiening fo. 51 JACQUELIN E. GINDER "Jackie" . . . Capabilily, loyalfy and friendliness are lhree of JacHe's many admirable qualifies. Junior Red Cross 2: Le Cer- cle Francais 2: Baseball 2, 3: Basketball 2: Volleyball 2: Badminlon 2: Table Tennis 3: Bowling 2, 3, 4. JAMES A. GRANDUKE. JR. "Giggles" The "pause lhal' refreshes" is fhe meeling of lhis boy. Boys' Glee Club 3, 4: Slu- denl Facully 2: Audio Visual Squad 3, 4: Foofball 2. 52 LORETTA A. GIOIELLA DONALD L GOODE ..Red.. . . . a mafure person . . . The lime lo be happy observes a sifualion quielly is now. . . . ads compelenlly. RALPH A. G RAY "Alan" . . . rarely heard buf always lhere. Junior Red Cross 2: Chess 2: Baseball 2: Soccer 3, 4. Varsify Lelfer 4. JAMES GRAYSON "Jim" . versalile . . . willy . . . . . a pleasing personalify . . . always near a lennis courf. Baslcefball 2. 3, 4, Varsily Lefler 4: Foolball 2, 3, 4. MAE D. GOODSON . . . a big hif all around . . . happy-go-lucky. Girls' Glee Club 3, 4 Modern Dance 2. 3. 4. ELIZABETH C. GREENE "Be+sy" Under her oufward reserve, there lies an impish gaiefy. Junior Red Cross 3: Mixed Chorus 2: Dramalic Club 3. 4. BARBARA A GUANCIONE Bobble as full of spun? as lhe monflm of May Mnxed Chorus 2 3 4 Junnor Red Cross 3 4 SELENA U HAINES Sa y lnlellngenl' frnendly funlovnng loo Sally IS dll: gen? charmmg and frue Sludenl Faculfy 4 Lunch room Commrlfee 3 4 Jumor Red Cross 2 3 Gnrls Glee Cu 2 3 4 Orcheslra 2 Le Cercle Francars 4 Treas urer 4 Hospnlaluly Commrl' lee3 4 Amphrlheafre Wruf mg Sfall 4 Mounfameer Busrness S ff 3 Lr rary Council 3 4 Mounhe Move menl 2 3 4 Honor S udy HaIl4 Baseball 2 3 Baskef ball 2 3 Hockey 3 Repre senfahve Team 3 ANNE I GULLORD Graceful as Terpsnchore g I o w I n g wnll1 happiness Anne delnghfs us all Cheerleaders 3 Sludenf Faculfy 3 Glrls Glee Club Lu rary C uncul 2 Honor Sludy 3 Badmrnlon 2 Table Tennis 2 Modern Dance 2 THOMAS HARDING a greal mund well concealed a humorrsl' Audio Vlsual Squad 4 Fool b 2 1 if PETER E HAGER Pele a ready :mule and frlhng remark lhef golf shc Sludenl Facully 4 Baskelball Fo ball G 4 Varsnfy Leller 2 3 4 BEATRICE B HARRIS Beacy polnle prechcal purposeful Mrxed Chorus 2 Gurls Glee u 2 4 Sensor prlalnly Commrflee 4 Mes senger Seryrce Comm Hee 2 Foo ball T ke? S llers 2 Foolball Program Comma? 3 Baseball 2 Base ball 3 Hockey 2 Archery 2 Volleyball 3 Table Ten ns 3 Bowlrng 2 Mo ern Dance 2 Skahng 3 1-as -Goa WILLIAM B C HAHNEBACH well dressed and conscr enhous fravelnng qurz I Amphufheafre Busrness Slalf 4 Manager 4 Spanrsh Club 3 Vnce Presldenf 3 Track 4 Cross Counlry 2 JOSEPH L HARRISON O6 a lady knller conlrolled on and off fhe ned Mounfre Movemenl Varsrfy Leller 3 4 Baskef b 2 3 4 Varsrly Le er 4 Foofball 2 me if CLARENCE V. HAWKINS "ls fhere room for improve- menf7 . . . noi io my knowl- edge." 3 'TN if EUGENE D. HIGGINS "Biggs" . . . erfisfic and reiicenf. Le Cercle Francais 2: Arr Club 3. 54 3' .Q gf K MONA L HELLER . . . sweef and peliie . . . bubbling wifh life. Girls' Glee Club 3, 4: Sen- ior Hospifalify Commilfee 4: Library Council 3, 4: Moun- rie Movemenf 2, 3, 4: Base- ball 2: Tennis 2: Volleyball 2: Table Tennis. 2. SUSAN L. HEMMERSLEY "Sue" . . . a born leader . . . Sue radiafes a quief charm and inspires all fhose around her. Assembly Commiflee 3. 4, Secrefary 4: Girls' Glee Club 2. 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: Senior Hospifali- fy Commiifee 3, 4: Junior Council 3, Secrefary 3: Sen- ior Council 4, Secrefary 4: Mounfie Movemenf 2, 3. 4, Treasurer 4: Baslceiball 2, 3: Tennis 2, 3: Volleyball 2: Table Tennis 2: Sluaiing 2. 4. Qui . sf . :fgmgv Y , 9 A 1 5 2 .se - V. :s ' ' 'oi:"arTY for-gg ' 'a' gm Q36 . C: qi, f . 7r'3:S,f" of ,rf .1 if 'si W' N, .,.. .5 . -nf , : I QQ?,:,i iaiifill New ir N MARIANNE B. HILDISCH Quief sincerify males Mari- anne a pleasing person +o Lnow. BARBARA A. HILL "Barb" We didn'1' find her napping when fhings were happening . . . 'fun . . . lively. Mixed Chorus 3: Girls' Glee Club 3, 4: Messenger Ser- vice Commiffee 2, 3: Foo?- ball Program Commiffee 3: Baseball 2: Baslcelball 2: Volleyball 2: Table Tennis 3: Modern Dance 2. HELEN A. HENCH . . .laughing . . . likeable . . . lovely. Sfuden+ Faculiy 2, 4: Girls' Glee Club 2, 3. 4: Madri- gals 4: Fooiball Band 3: Dramaiic Club 2: Senior Hospifalify Comrnifiee 3, 4: Mounfaineer Ediforial Sialf 4: Mascof 4: Archery 2: Tennis 2: Table Tennis 2: Bowling 2: Modern Dance 4. MARGARET B. HINCK "Maggie" . . . as brighf as e shiny copper penny . . . happy go lucky. Lunchroom Commilfee 3, 4. Co-Chairman 3: Junior Red Cross 3: Orchesfra 2, 3, 4: Hospifaliiy Commiifee 3. 4: Fcofball Program Com- miffee 3, 4, Co-Chairman 4: Junior Council 3: Mounfie Movemerf 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Baseball 2, 3, 4. Repre- senlalive Team 3: Hockey 2, 3.4: Tennis 2, 3, 4, Rep- resenlafive Team 2: Bowl- ing 2, 3, Represenfafive Team 2, 3. JOAN E. HOBBIE "Rex" . . . flirialious . . . abouf as quiel' as New Year's eve. Girls' Glee Club 4: Hos- pifalily Commillee 3, 4: Foolball Program Commif- fee 3, 4: Amphifhealre Ari Slalf 4: Ari Service 3, 4: Mounfie Movemenl 2, 3, 4: Fufure Nurses' Club 4. ANNE E. HODGES There's somelhing deep with- in-a generosify you hear in her voice and see in her smile. Assembly Commilfee 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club 2: Le Cercle Francais 4: lnfer- nafional Club 3. 4: Bible Club 2: Lalin Club 2: Girls' Alhlelic Council 3: Crea- five Wriling Club 2, 3: Baslrelball 3: Hockey 2: Badminfon 2. JUDITH L. HOLT "Judy" She looks quief and seems quief. Bul is she? Sfudenl Faculfy 2: Girls' Glee Club 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: Mounlie Move- menf 3, 4: Ari Service 4: Baslrefball 4: Archery 3, 4: Tennis 3, 4: Slcafing 3, 4. JOHN E. HOMESTEAD "Jack" . . . up fronl' in every field. Sludenl' Facully 4: Junior Red Cross 2: Baseball 2, 3. 4, Varsity Lelfer 4: Baslrel- ball 2, 3, 4, Varsily Lelfer 4: Foofball 2, 3. ROGER L. HOOKE . . . a soccerman . . . Be- neafh his smiles are deep lhoughls. Soccer 3, 4, Varsily Lelfer 3, 4: Track 3, 4, Varsify Lel- fer 2: Cross-Counfry 2. wx " CONSTANCE G. HOUSTON "Connie" . . . a winning smile fhal shines fhrough fha darlresl cloud. Junior Red Cross 3: Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Foolball Band 4: Messenger Service Commiflee 2: Color Guard 4: Modern Dance 3. ' as DELTALEE O. HOWARD "Chink" . . . 'forever dancing, laugh- ing, and having a good lime. Sfudenl Faculfy 3: Lunch- room Commiifee 4: Girls' Glee Club 2: Foolball Dancers 4: Modern Dance 3, 4. MARGARET A. HOWLETT "Madge" . . . srnari' . . . dependable . . . always on hand wiih a good word for all. Amphilheafre Arr Sfall' 4: Ari Service Club 3, 4: Slage Workhop 3, 4: Spanish Club 4: Baskeiball 2, 3, 4: Hockey 2: Archery 2, 3, 4: Swim- ming 3: Tennis 2, 3: Volley- ball 2, 3, 4: Badminlon 2, 3: Table Tennis 2, 3: Slral- ing 3, 4. 55 ., nu- . ' ROBERT L. HUBER "Bob" . . siffing on lop of fha world. ROBERT W. HYDE "Bob" . . . as quier as a firecracler on fhe 4'l'h of July. Boys' Glee Club 4: Orches- tra 2: Foorball Band 2: Siu- denf Faculiy 4: Assembly Commiffee 4: Dramafic Club 4: Amphilhearre Wrif- ing Sfaft' 4: Canleen Execu- tive Commirree 4: C-rounds Commiffee 4. 56 YUM JAMES W. HUBSCHMAN, JR. "BilI" . . . good nafured and quief . . . always ready for a good lime. Junior Red Cross 2: Junior Council 3: Soccer 2, 3, 4, Varsily Lerler 2. 3, 4: Manager of Beslcefball 2. BRENDA E. JACKSON . . . a whiz af ihe piano . . . always smiling. Sfudeni Faculiy 3: Junior Red Cross 3: Girls' Glee Club 3, 4: Messenger Ser- vice Commirree 2: Library Council 3, 4: Sparrsh Club 4: Modern Dance 4. IOS WJ' Tx PETER W. HUGHES "Pere" . . . fha parly Ling . . . Humor can be counfed upon. Boys' Glee Club 4: Amphi- fheafre Wriring Slalf 4: Siu- denf Acfivifies Commirree 4: Sfudenf Direclory Com- mirlee 4: Canleen 3, 4. Q ROBERT P. JAEGER "Jake" . . . a bubbling sense of humor coupled wiih a seri- ousness of purpose. Junior Red Cross 2: Span- ish Club 3: Track 2, 3: Cross-Counrry 3, Varsify Lerfer 3. af: vv Nxt' RICHARD H. HYDE "Dick" . . . serious and independenf . . . compefenf in his iudg- menfs and dufies. Mounlaineer Edirorial Sfaff 4. BARBARA W. JOH N "Barbie" . . . always cheerful and re- liable . . . ready wiih a smile when one is needed. Girls' Glee Club 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: Inferna- rional Club 3. 4: Baseball 2, 3: Baskefball 2, 4: Badmin- fon 2: Slnafing 2, 4. FLORENCE I. JOHNSON "Chipper" . . . a record enlhusiasi . . . an overwhelming parsonalily. Girls' Glee Club 2, 3: Mounlie Movemenl 4: Mod- ern Dance 2, 3. ROBERT T. JONES. JR. "Bob" . . . "Hi, wha? are you do- ing fonighf?" . . . all lhe poise of fhe well bred. Sludenl Facully 2, 3, 4: Lunchroom Commiflee 4: Assembly Commillee 4: Lalin Club 2, 3, Treasurer 2. Presidenl 3: Baslxelball 2: Golf 2, 3, 4, Varsify Leller 2. 3. 4: Soccer 2, 3, Varsify LeHer 3. LINDA L. JOHNSON Sure of wha? she wanls . . . and posilive she will gel if. Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: Library Council 3, 4: Mounlie Move- menl' 2: Baseball 3, 4: Baslcelball 3: Hodlcey 2, 3, 4: Archery 3: Tennis 3: Volleyball 3: Modern Dance 2: Amphifheafre :Business Sfaff 3. ROBERTA R. JUDSON Delerminafion and abilify will lead her lo success. Twirlers 3: Mixed Chorus 2: Bowling 2, 3: Skafing 2, 3. FREDDY M. JONES He can be serious or comic- al, as fha siluaiion demands. Boys' Glee Club 2. 3, 4: Mixed Glee Club 3, 4: Fool- ball 2. DAVID KARCHER uoavei- . . . a line for any occasion. Audio Visual Squad 2, 3, 4: Slage Lighling Crew 2, 3: Amphilhealre Pholography Sfaff 2: Mounlie Movemenl 3, 4: Soccer 2. GERALDINE G. JONES neerry.. . . . an ambilious girl who will definifely go a long way. Spanish Club 4: F. T. A. Club 4. DALE P. KEELER " Keefs" . . . a million dollar person- aliiy wilh an habilual smile. Girls' Glee Club 3, 4: Mounfie Movemenf 2: Can- leen 4: Grounds Commil- lee 4: Baskefball 2. 57 CHARLES KEHOE "Charlie" . . . camera fiend . . freckles. Ampbillvealre Pbclograpby Slfaif 2, 3 4, Profcgrapby Edifor 4: Fscfball Program Ccmmklee 4. ROBERT H. KESSLER "Bcb' I can learn more by Iisiening ihan by Talking. Boys' Glee Club 2 3, 4 Mixed Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Audio Visual Squad 2, 3, 4 Laiin Club 2. FERN E. KIMBALL "Kim" . . . a fruer friend one could nof ask for. Girls' Glee Club 2, 4: Dromalic Club 3. 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: Inferno- fional Club 4: Senior Hos- pilalify Commillee 4: Moun- faineer Ediforial Staff 4: Spanish Club 2: Siege Workshop 4: Baseball 2 3: Baskefball 2: Arcliery 3: Ten- nis 2: Badminlon 2: Table Tennis 2. Represenfalive Team 2: Bowling 2, 3, 47 KATHERINE D. KIRSHEMAN "Ka+lny" Her eyes fwinkle the whole day long. Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: Hockey 3: Bowling 2. Q 'vw' 'Q 1- -hw wk.. Zo RICHARD J. KITZINGER "Ki+zi" When "Kihi" seis luis mind fo a fask, he does if well and prompily. Le Cercle Ffa-'sais 2, 3 4, Publi R-ele":'s 43 lver- rafenal Cub 4, Treasxer 4: Dfamefc Clcb 4. 59 DANIEL M. KLEIN "Dan" He owns fhe keys fo success: words, wi+, and will. Boys' Glee Club 2 3: Mded Glee Club 2, 3 4: ivladrigal Clioir 3, 4: Sfuderl Facclly 2, 3, 4, pFGSid6'l' 4' f'.'ripl'f- fbeaffe Wf'+"g Stax 3' Mzurrareer E: 'cfs' Siail 4: Jw or C:-':l 3, Pres.- denf 3. 'CE' eLoRiA E. KLOPSTEIN A Iiffle Iauglw goes a long way . . . and so will Gloria. Bowling 2, 3. SANDRA M. KOH LBERG "Sandi" You'lI 'find "Sandi" eiiher dancing or laughing. Sfudenl Fecully 4: Girls' Glee Club 2. 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, 4: Sericr Hos- pifallfy Cornrviilee 4: Moun- ia'neer Edfcrel Slafi 47 Girls' Afrlelic Council 3: Foolball Dai-cefs 2 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3. 4: Baskelball 2. 3, 4 Caplan 3: Tennis 3, 4: Modem Dafce 2, 3, 42 Skaiing 2. GAIL C. KRASKA School would nof be fhe same without Gail's cheer- ful face and brillianf person- ali+y. Junior Red Cross 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 2, 4: Girls' Glee Club 3, 4: Fooiball Band 3, 4: Le Cercle Fran- cais 4: Senior Hospilalify Commiiiee 4: Color Guard 3, 4: Mounlle. Movemenf 2. 4: Baseball 3, 4: Archery 2: Tennis 3: Badminlon 3: Modern Dance 4: Baslcei- ball 3, 4. 'fx .2- ' 'oo . ERNEST E. LANGKOWSKY "Ernie" Efforf and enfhusiasm lead io success. HAROLD G. KU NZ "spike" . . . Lnows wha! he wanls and goes affer ii. Sfudenl' Faculiy 3, 4: As- sembly Commilfee 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: Infer- nafional Club 3, 4: Soccer 2, 3, 4, Varsify Leller 2, 3, 4. JOHN J. LAMB . . . a foolball, a baseball, a piano, a saxophone-a mos+ versafile member of fha class. Orchesira 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Foofball 2, 3, 4, Varsify Leller 3, 4. ELIZABETH A. LANG "sew: . . . a lass who is always in siyle. Girls' Glee Club 2, 3. RICHARD M. LANGWAY "Dick" . . . a liffle man wiih a way of doing big Things. Boys' Glee Club 2. 3: Sfu- denf Faculfy 2: Audio Visual Squad 2, 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3: Amphilheafre Wriling Slaff 4: Junior Council 3: Mouniie Moves men? 4: Foofball 2, 3, 4, Varsiiy Lefier 4: Track 2, 3, 4. CA RO LYN L. LIA . . . an excellenf pianisl . . . an excellent personaliiy . . . Mixed Chorus 4: Senior Hospifalily Commillee 4. m 'S .., MIRIAM C. LINDENMAIER "Mira" . . . as sweel' as sugar . . . a friend fo all whom she meefs . . . more fhoughiful ihan she appears. Girls' C-lee Club 4: Dramafic Club 3: Le Cercle Francais 4: lnfernafional Club 4: Swimming 3: Volleyball 2: Table Tennis 2. 59 JOSEPHINE LOMBARDI "Joan" . . . very quiel buf able fo express her feelings af almosf all times. Twirlers 3, 4: Hospilalify Commilfee 4: Messenger Service Commilfee 3: Arch- ery 2. KEVAN G. MacPHEE ...Ford...wavyhair... a good companion in any affair. Audio Visual Squad 3, 4: Foofball 2: Track 2, 3, 4. 60 PAUL J. LOMBARDI . . . a hard worker . . . sin- cere in fhoughf, word and deed. Senior Council 4, Vice Presi- denl' 4: Arf Club 3, 4, Presidenl' 4: Junior Council 3, Vice Presidenf 3: Mounlie Movemenf 3, 4, Presidenl 4: Chairman Aclivily Ticlcel 4: Baseball 2: Fooiball 2: Soc- cer 4. RICHARD A. MANNING "Dick" . . . clevofed fo seeing a ihing lhrough . . . sure fo run his way on fhe irach of life. Sludenl' Faculfy 4: Junior Red Cross 33 Audio Visual Squad 2, 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, Treasurer 3: Soccer 3, 4, Varsify Lelfer 3, 4: Traclr 2, 3, 4, Varsify Leiter 4: Cross-Counlry 2, Varsily Lelfer 2. ROBERT A. LOMBARDI "Bob" . . . e solid ciiizen . . . loyal 'lo his purposes. Audio Visual Squad 2, 3: Foolball 2. HELEN R. MARGOLIES . . . on lhe road lo success . . . laughing all +he while. Sfudenl' Faculry 2: Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Vice Chair- man: Mixed Chorus 2. 3, 4: lnfernafional Club 2, 3: Messenger Service Commif- fee 2: Mounlie Movemenl 2, 3: Swimming 2, 3: Volleyball 2: Bowling 2, 3, 4. ELIZABETH A. LYONS "Budgy" . . . e complexion like e china doll . . . buf noi so quief as one. Girls' Glee Club 2, 3. 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: lnler- nafionel Club 4: Arr Service 4: Mounlie Movemenf 4: Library Council 4: Bowling 2. JUANITA S. MARTIN "Slceefs" . . . a perpefual smile . . . always ready io help. Lunchroom Commifree 4: Girls' Glee Club 4: Fufure Nurses' Club 4: Badminlon 2: Bowling 2. MEREDITH R. MAYER HARRY D- MAY0 MICHAEL E. MASON "Mike" . . . always on fhe go . . . a friendly and sunny word for all. Junior Red Cross 2: Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Hos- pifaliiy Commifiee 3, 4: Mascof 4: Mounfie Move- mem' 2, 3, 4: Baslcefball 2: Archery 4: Volleyball 2: Bowling 3: Modern Dance 3.4. A Touch of humor is a help when you have a difficult fasl: ahead. Junior Red Cross 3: Girls' Glee Club 4: Le Cercle Francais 3: Hospilalily Com- milfee 3, 4: Amphifheaire Wriling Slaff 4: Library Council 3: Mounrie Move- meni 2, 3: Archery 3: Ten- nis 2, 3: Badminfon 2: Table Tennis 2: Bowling 2, 3: Ska?- ing 2, 3. HENRY P. MASSEY, JR. "Hank" . . . sfeady hands on fhe reins of life. Band 2: Fooiball Band 2: Sfudenf Facully 3, 4, Par- liameniarian 4: Audio Visual Squad 2. 3: Mounfaineer Ediforial Sfaif 4, Edilor-in- Chief 4: Soccer 3, Varsily Leffer 3. "Mischief, ihy name is Harry." Audio Visual Squad 2, 3, 4: Traffic Squad 2, 3. JOYCE W. MASTENBROOK Her work is always well done. Mixed Chorus 3: Girls' Glee Club 2, 4: Hospifalily Com- miHee 4: Library Council 3, 4: Mouniie Movement 2, 3: Archery 2. FRANK N. MAZZEO ...assolid asaroch... wilh a glinf of mischief in his eye. Amphirheaire Business Sfaff 4. GAI L E. MAU RICE . . . a falenf wilh a painf brush and a smile. Senior Hospifalify Commii- iee 4: Arr Service 3, 4: Archery 4. ELIZABETH McCREEDY "BeHi" Never a sour noie nor a wrong word shall be heard. Mixed Chorus 2: Girls' Glee Club 3, 4: Madrigals 4: Foofball Band 2, 3: Orches- tra 2. 3: Le Cercle Francais 4: lnfernaiional Club 2: Bible Club 2. 61 ELNORA R. McC-JAINEY . . . a good sporl in more ways fhan one. Girls' Glee Club 2: Banking 3: Baseball 3: Baslce+ball 4: Volleyball 3: Table Tennis 4. SIDNEY McKENZlE "Mac" . . . Tennis anyone? Mac's a good man wilh a 'lennis racket Sfudenl Facully 2, 3, 4: Junior Red Cross 2: Banking 4, Co-Chairman 4' Amphi- flneafre Business Sfalf 4: Tennis 2, 3. 4, Varsify Lefler 3, 4: Soccer 4, Varsily Lef- Ter 4. JAMES P. McLEOD . . easy going, bul inleresfed in everyfhing he does. JEROME A. MICHELSEN "Jerry" . . . His inlegriiy is an inspirafion fo all. Sludenf Faculfy 2, 3: Fool- ball 2. 3, 4, Varsily Leffer 4 SALVATORE MIELE "Sal" The fufure is 'lor ihose who prepare for if. . : , , Bef. Gee Cum 2, 3, 4: B azeca'i 3, 4, Varsly Lefler ' Fzzfza 2, 3, 4, Vafsiy ever 4, 62 'Q A i. ,.... L ll l , f il' 1 ,Y .Z U , Q .H :,,, +45 7 ff "i 1 if -' ffligii, - .1 ..gA J.: f ii , ..- s Z, 'fa' '-f i 75 ' 0.54, asf" :" -.J ,R i rw. -2 WILLIAM J. MORTIMER "Bill" . . . amafeur elecfrician . . . blessed wilh the abilily fo comprehend. Audio V'sual Squad 2 3, 4: Lain Cab 3' Siege Light- i'g Crew 2 3 Manager 2 3: C'ess CLE: 2. WILLIAM J. MULLIGAN He has no irouble expressing his feelings. Boys' Glee Club 4: Baseball 4: Foolball 4. Josem-4 w. MusslNA "chaps" . . . the sea is a wonderful sphere for leisurely enioy- men! of life. LAU RENCE D. NAGY "Larry" . . . poised and . . . versafile. Audio Visual Squad 4: Amphifheaire Phofography Sfoff 2, 3: Chess 2: Radio Club 2, 3. 4. MARY E. NEGLEY Mofivaiing all Mary does so charmingly and responsibly is an ambifion fo be es- pecially successful in life. Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, 4: lniernaiionol Club 2, 3, 4: Bible Club 2, 3. 4: Madri- gals 4: Civics Cornrnifiee 3: Amphifheafre Business Sfalf 4: Mounfaineer Business Sialf 3i Girls' Afhlefic Council 3: Baslreiball 3: Hockey 3: Archery 3: Swim- ming 3: Tennis 2. 3: Volley- PAUL E. NELSON . . . a man io be looked up fo in many ways. Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, 4: Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4: Phil Clark Commiiiee 3: Track 2, 3, 4: Soccer 4. MARGARET NICHOL "Maggie" . . . self assurance. Talking is her favorife sport Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 41 Dramaiic Club 3: Amphi- fhealre Business Siail 3, 4. Circulafion Chairman 47 Nurses' Club 3, 4, Vice Presideni 4: Spanish Club 4: Library Council 3, 4. MICHAEL O. NICHOLL "Mike" . . . sfalwarf soldier on ihe field of life. Boys' Glee Club 2: Mixed Glee Club 2: Fooiball 2, 3. 4, Varsiiy Leller 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4, Varsily Lelfer 3, 4. ? Bu. ff- , CAROLYN A. NOLAN THERESA M. NOTTE WILLIAM G. OHME, JR. "Carol" "Terry" "Bill" Laugh and ihe world laughs . . . a liHle fun io spice . , , a hug indiyidugligf wiih you. fhe day. Boys' Glee Club 4: Madrigal Girls' Glee Club 2: Twirlers Junior Red Cross 4: Base- Choir 4, 3.4. ball 2: Archery 2: Badminion 2: Bowling 2. 63 CAROL O. OLSEN . . . a pinf sized piece of dynamile. Junior Red Cross 2, 3: Girls' Glee Club 3, 4: Hospilalily Commillee 4: Mounlie Movemenl' 2, 3, 4. MARY C. PALMER ..Kip.. . . . bewilching eyes . . . bewifching personalily. Ari Service 4: Foofball Dancers 4: Mounfie Move- menl 2, 4. 64 JOH N W. OLSEN . . . iudo experl . . . lhe quief man. Tennis 3, 4: Track 2: Lunch- room Commillee 2, 3: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4. PHEBE E. PALMER "Pheb" To ride and 'lo painl' are her delight Junior Red Cross 3: Senior Hospilalily Commilfee 3, 4: Amphilhealre Arf Sfalf 4: Girls' Alhlefic Council 3, 4: Baseball 2: Baskelball 2: Tennis 2, 3: Volleyball 2: Badminlon 2, Represenlalive Team 2: Bowling 2, 3: Ska?- ing 2. MAIRE O'SHEA HMO.. . . . a perf girl wilh an effervescenf personalily. Cheerleaders 3, 4, Co-cap- lain 4: Sludenl Faculfy 2, 3. 4: Lunchroom Commilfee 4: Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Foolball Band 2: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, 4: Senior Hospifalily Commillee 3, 41 Lafin Club 2: Amphifhealre Ari Slalf 4: Girls' Alhlelic Council 2, 4: School Slore 3. 4. Chairman 3, 4: Moun- lie Movemenl 2: Library Council 2, 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4, Represenlalive Team 3: Baskelball 2, 3, 4. ROBERT T. PARTRIDGE "Bob" Whoosh . . . a blue :freak on wheels. Lunchroom Music Commil- fee 2: Audio Visual Squad 2, 3, 4: Assembly Commif- fee 2, 3, 4: Dramalic Club 2. 3, 4: Slage Lighfing Crew 3, 4, Manager 4: Sound Squad 2, 3, 4: Track 2. WARREN G. OSZMANSKI Moz.. . . . his manner is cool, smoolh and easy going. VINCENT J. PASQUALE "Red" . . . sleadfasl' and deserving in everything he does. Audio Visual Squad 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Foofball 2. 4, Varsify Lelfer 4. RICHARD J. PAVIA ROBERT G. PAVIA JQHN A, PENNINGTQN "Dick" "Bob" "Red" . . . draffsman . . . hard Alfhough his head is in ihe . , , quiet I-,,,,-nd , , , worker . . . me and my clouds, his feef are on 'iho "Wh,fl me worry?" shadow. ground. JOYCE R. PERRY . . . no? nearly so quief as she may seem fo be. Lunclwroom Commiilee 4 Junior Red Cross 2: Girls' Glee Club 4: Senior Hos pifalify Commiiiee 4: Foo? ball Dancers 4. ROHDELL R. H. PERRY NRO.. ...quief...modesf... courieous. Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Band 3, 4: Foofball Band 4. JAMES F. PERUTZ "Jim" One laugh is worfh a hun- dred groans . . . inielligenf . . . percepiive. Boys' Glee Club 2. 3, 4: Siudenf Faculfy 3, 4: Bank- ing 4: Assembly Commiffee 3, 4. Chairman 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: lnfernaiional Club 4: Budgef Commifiee 3, 4: Ari' Service Club 2, 3. 4: Fooiball 2. 3, 4. Varsify Leffer 4: Track 3: Manager of Baseball 2. SUSAN PEPPARD "Susie" lnfelligence and ambifion paint ihe road of success. Girls' Glee Club 2, 4: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, 4: ln- fernafional Club 2, 3, 4: Bible Club 2: Laiin Club 2, 3: Messenger Service Com- miifee 2: Creafive Wrifing 2. 3: Library Council 3. LAWRENCE A. PIERSON ..Larry.. . . . foofball . . . "mads" . . . a versaiile person. Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Madrigal Choir 3, 4: Fool ball 2, 3, 4, Varsiiy LeHer 4 Track 4: Manager of Baskef- ball 2. 3. 4. 65 ANN B. PORTER . . . She shall have laugh+er wherever she goes. Grs' Giee C'-b 2 4' fixa- frg Ciqio 3, 4, P'es'ce'T 4' Mow e M:'.'eme" 2, 3, 4 Vol eyball 2. 1 L' A SHEELAGH A. POWERS A bil of mischief spices fhe day. JJr'c' Red Crass 2 3 4 Mwec Crsns 2' Gia' Ge Cleb 22 BQ.-.ing 2. if 1 GERALDINE A. PRATT Jerry . . . seldom wifhou+ +he company of friends. Mixed Chews 4: Focibaf Darcefs 3 4' Lpfary Com- cii 3, 4' Basesal 2, 3' Baslrebal 2, 3i Volleyball 2 3' Bad""f:n 2: Talje TEFFIS 3' BCIJAFQ 2. 3 4, Riomg 2, 3, Manager 33 Girls' Afnieflc Council 3, 4. cf- G- WILLIAM A, RAINES JAMES w. RANDOLPH EVA C- RAZDOW Bill LE io! . . . a sciniillaling person- The roar of a mofor is ever He painfs his way through alify . . . a dash of French present wirh "Bill" . . . a life. ' - - veil-1-Eva! carefree ourloolr on life. 6.7.3, Gee Cub 3 4: Le Ce'c'e F'e':a's 2 3, 4. Praize" 4' Lbfify CCL'- c" 3, 4' M:x'a'feer Ec- iifel S'i'5 4' F'e'eef't'e' C ,S 2 3 4' Fczfci De':e's 3 4, Carre" 4' F. T. A. 2' 'J::e'f fate 2. 66 A AA -D. 3, 4, Spee -l C...-p 2, 3. RICHARD E. QUEEN D k' A man's car is his caslle. . ,A+ Aff Club 4: Spanish Club 3 4 FC 'bail 2 3 , . u I . l MARGARET McKELVEY REAM HPSSQY' . . . There's a charm in her soff-spoken manner . . . GTS' Giee C eb 3 4' ln- +e"a+'Q'el C .b 4: B'i::ie Q 4 pf. 'Af - H1534 e " F539 'L s.. 3 4, Sn e..y 4. ' y C 'i ee 4 'iii C323 4 Cnr-eqfy, 4 ff- me Me fe ' i. F'E'i 4' M:ce" D""'6 4 THOMAS J. RIORDAN "Tom" . . . likes 'flashy ears . . . fond of excifernenf . . . a willy punner. Mounlie Movemenl' 4: Baskefball 2, 3: Foolball 2. LEROY L ROANE Life may be a baHle, bui' Leroy is ready for if. Boys' Glee Club 2, 4: Orchesfra 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3. 4: Foofball Bend 2, 3. IRA J. ROBERTS "J. J." . . . always appreciafive of flue besf in life . . . keenly observanf of The reacfions of olhers. Band 2: Foolball Band 2: Foofball 3, 4, Varsify Lefler 3. ROBERT A. ROSAMI LIA "Rosie" . . . Some men are born lo be observed. JUDITH A. ROSENBLATT "Judy" Her air . . . her manner . . . her arf . . . all who saw admired. Lunclwroom Commilfee 4: Assembly 4: Dramalic Club 3: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3. 4: lnfernalionel Club 4: Hospilalify Commifiee 3, 4: Color Guard 3: Spanish Club 4: Amphillweelre Ari Sfalf 4, Assislanl Edifor 4: Arr Service Club 3, 4: Mounfie Movemenf 2, 3, 4: Senior Council 4: Baslcefball 2, 3. Represenlafive Team 2, 3: Table Tennis 3. MARY ANN E. ROSSOW . . . quief, bui The world will hear from her some day. Girls' Glee Club 2: lnler- naiional Club 2: Spanish Club 2: F. T. A. 2: Library Council 2. D. RODNEY ROWLAND "L'l1omme inconnu" . . . Success follows a quief man. Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Madrigal Clwoir 3, 4: Band 2, 3: Foofball Band 2. 3. ROBERT E. RUTLEDGE "Bob" . . . a quick Thinker . . . a good sfudenf when he chooses 'lo be . . . Boys' Glee Club 4: Foolbell Parking 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4, Varsily Leller 3, 4: Basket! ball 2: Foolbell 2, 3. 67 JOHN J. RYAN ROLF E. SARTORIUS CATHERINE P. SCHEIBE "Jack" , "Cathy" . . . impressions from abroad . . . fhe fuse of dynamife . . . solilude and sociabilily . . . a calm and infelligenl al M. H. S. by Iurns. outlook Ihaf we respecl. Banking 2, Treasurer 2: Li- Girls' Glee Club 2, 4 brary Council 3: Spanish Archery 2. Club 3: Canfeen 4. EMMAMAE L. SCOTT "Scol'fie" Emma will succeed on any field. Mixed Chorus 2: Girls' Glee Club 2, 4: Banking 4: Infer- nafional Club 4: Hospilalily Commillee 4: Lalin Club 41 Fufure Nurses' Club 3, 4: Grounds Commilfee 4: Li- brary Council 4: Mounfie Movement 4: Baslcelball 4. Co-Manager: Volleyball 4: Mod'-rn Dance 4. VIRGINIA R. SEAMAN "Ginni" Paiienfly. adiusf, amend. and heal Ihe woes of Ihe world. Girls' Glee Club 2, 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: Bowling 2, 3, 4. Represenialive Team 3. WAYNE D. SEIPEL "Seip" . . . quiel . . . a good 'laller knows whal' he is doing. Sludenf Facully 2, 3: Lunch- room Music Commilfee 3: Amphifheafre Business Sfaff 4: Chess 2: Track 3, 4. ALAN J. SCHMUTZ . . . a highly inlelligenf slu- denf . . . likes music, es- pecially his guilar. Sfudenl' Faculfy 3: Audio Visual Squad 3: Science Club 2: Proiecfion Squad 4: Lunchroom Music Com- miliee 3. PATRICIA A. SHAUB "Pal" . . . a lady who never finds life difficult Amphifhealre Ari Sfaff 4: Ari' Service 3. WILLIAM Ah SHEEHAN ..Bi .. . . . pleasanily cynical . . . a clown in a swimming pool. Orchesira 4: Band 3, 4: Foofball Band 3. 4: Science Club 2. JOHN E. SKILLMAN . . . inieresied in social life . . . sound cliaracfer . . . respeci' for ofhers. Le Cercle Francais 2. LYNNE D. SHERMAN Life was meanl fo be lived. Luncliroom Comrniilee 4: Girls' Glee Club 3. 4: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3: Infer- naiional Club 4: Amphifhea- Ire Ari Sfaff 4: Foofball Mascol 3: Ari Service Club 3, 4: Mouniie Movemeni' 2. 3, 4: Baseball 2. 4: Tennis 4:Table Tennis 2.4: Modern Dance 2, 3, 4: Slrafing 2, 3, 4. ELIZABETH J. SMITH "Liz" I'Il speak in a monsirous liI+le voice. Siudenf Faculfy 3: Junior Red Cross 3: Girls' G-lee Club 2: Madrigals 3, 4: Fooiball Band 2, 3, 4: Orcliesfra 2, 3: Le Cercle Francais 3: Infernalional Club 3: Mouniaineer Edi- Iorial Siaff 4. GORDON N. SHURTLEFF "Louie" "The mosi happy fellow" . . . genialify reigns . . . Assembly Commifiee 2: Jun- ior Council 3: Fooiball 2, 3, 4, Varsiiy Leifer 4: Track 2, 4, Varsiiy Lefier 4. HELEN A. SMITH "SmiH'y" "Look ouf for Ilia? smile! Mischief is brewing." Junior Red Cross 4: Mes- senger Service Commilfee 4: Modern Dance 3. MARCIA R. SILVERMAN "Marsh" Pleasing black and ivory conirasfs in her face, moods, and views. Girls' Glee Club 3: Laiin Club 3: Amphiilweafre Ari' Siaif 4, Ediior 4: Ari Ser- vice 2, 3, 4: Creafive Wrif- ing 3: Sfage Work Shop 4: Archery 2: Table Tennis 2: Modern Dance 2, 3, 4. JUDITH M. SMITH "Judy" . . . a sileni' sfyle with an aleri opinion Girls' Glee Club 2. 3. 4: Baseball 3, 4: Baslxeiball 2, 3: Table Tennis 3. 69 LOUISE J. SNELGROVE "Lou" Louise will always be able fo clear her hurdles Ihrough life. Siudenl' Faculiy 2: Girls' Glee Club 2 3: Le Cercle Francais 2. 3, 4, Reiresh- menl' Cnafrman 4: lnier- -alicnal Club 2, 3: Moun- +aTreer Eclfcrial Slali 4- Fociball Dancers 3, 4, Cc- Capiain 4' Library Ccupc' 3, 4, Ccmrnvee C9'a'rrnaf 4- Modern Dance 2, 3 4, Special Group 3. WILLIAM H. SNELL "Bill" . . . ambilious . . . hard- working . . . a Irue friend. Junior Red Cross 2: Spanish Club 3: Foofball Manager 2. 3, 4, Varsiiy Leiier' 4: Manager oi Track 2, 3. MARCIA L. SOLOMON "Marcy" "The beam Ihal smiles ihe clouds away." Girls' Glee Club 2: Le Cercle Francais 2, 4, Vice Presideni 4: Library Council 3: Mouniaineer Ediforial Slaii 4: Ari Ediior 4: Foo?- ball Dancers 4: Modern Dance 2, 4. DOROTHY SPAIN "Dofiie" She appreciales all fhal life has Io offer. ROGER H. SPAIN . . a quiel personaliiy unlil one gefs Io know him. Boys' Glee Club 2, 4. 70 CAROL A. SPINELLI Twirling her way fhrough life. Carol is always sparkl- ing wilh fun. Twirlers 3, 4: Siudenf Facul- 'ry 4: Junior Red Cross 3, Vice Presidenf 3: Hospifalify Comrnirfee 3, 4: Fooiball Ticlrei Sellers 3: Library Council 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2: Baskeiball 2, 3: Hockey 2: Tennis 2: Volleyball 3: Modern Dance 2: Skafinq 2. W ERNESTINE B. SPIVEY ANGELINA T- "Teenie" SQUANGAMOR Many fimes I wonder- HNlckH 'haf can l"PP"' now? . . . a 'friendly word and a Twirlers 4: Girls' Glee Club caphvahng smile for all' 2: Modern Dance 4. JOHN E. STOVEL "Jack" . . . a man of cheerful 'lo- days and confidenl fomor- rows. Sludenf Facully 3: Assembly Commillee 4: Arl' Club 21 Civics Commillee 2, 3, 47 Mounlaineer Business Slall 3, Treasurer 3: Sludenf Ac- livily Commillee 4: Junior Council 3: Grounds Com- millee 4: Sfudenl Direclory Commiffee 4: Mounlie Movemenf 2, 3: Baslcelball 2: Soccer 2, 3, Varsify Lel- ler 3: Track 2. 3, 4, MARY W. STRALEY "Molly" "All 'Phe world is a slage." Sludenl Facully 3: Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4: Dramafic Club 3, 4: Crealive Wriling Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 47 Modern Dance 4. HENRY B. STRASSER "Hank" The world is always righf. Foolball 2, 3, 4, Varsily Lel- 'rer 4: Manager ol Tennis 3, 4. Varsify Lelfer 3, 4. ARLENE R. STREITER ..R., Happiness will come wifh a wave fo Arlene. Senior Hospilalily Commif- lee 4: Ari Service 4: Basee ball 2, 3, 4: Baslcelball 3, 4: Archery 3. JANET L. TAYLOR "Jan" Life is e beauiiful thing. Mixed Chorus 4: Girls' Glee Club 2, 3: Arl Service 4: F. T. A. 3, 4: Library Coun- cil 4: Grounds Commiflee 4. JOAN M. TAYLOR "Miss Hickey" The cauiious seldom err. Sludenl' Faculfy 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 3: Girls' Glee Club 3: Baseball 2: Hockey 2: Volleyball 3: Table Tennis 2: Modern Dance 2, 3, 4. JEAN E. THOMPSON "Jeanie" . . . independenf . . . always an eye our for humor. Mixed Chorus 2: Girls' Glee Club 3: F. T. A. 4: Library Council 3. 'li it 2 F if Se 2 NANCY G. THOMPSON Life is a challenge which fhe able can meet Lunchroom Commilfee 3. 4: Girls' Glee Club 3, 4: Fool- ball Band 3: Orcheslra 2: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, 4. Vice- Presidenl' 4: Lalin Club 2: Mounlie Movemenl 2: Junior Council 3: Tennis 2, 3: Slcal- ing 2, 3. 71 ROBERTA THOMPSON "Bobbie" "A's" come as nalurally io Bobbie as music comes from an orchesfra. Lunchroom Commillee 4: Girls' Glee Club 2, 3: Fool- ball Band 2, 3, 4: Orches- fra 2, 3: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, 4: lniernafional Club 4, Vice Presiclenf 4: Hos- pilalily Commillee 4: Moun- laineer Business Sfaff 3, Sec- refary 3: Library Council 3. 4: Baseball 2, 3: Baslcelball 2, 3: Hockey 2, 3, Repre- senlalive Team 3: Archery 2, 3: Tennis 2, 3: Bowling 3: Modern Dance 2, 3: Slraf- ing 2, 3. MARY A. TROVATO Her friends are as prominenf as her laughler. 72 JAMES D. TIMMONS "J im" . . . in many acfivifies, es- pecially musical ones! . . . efficienf. and never foo busy for a friendly "hello"! Mixed Glee Club 2: Madri- gal Choir 3.4: Band 2, 3, 4: Foolball Band 2, 3, 4, Presi- denl' 3, 4: Sludenf Faculfy 4: Audi6 Visual Squad 2, 3, 4: Amphifheafre Phofogra- phy Slaff 3, Edifor-in-Chief 4. ELIZABETH R. TUPPER "Bell-i" ...lifeof+heparfy... an individual in her ideas. Junior Red Cross 2: Girls' Glee Club 3, 4: Hospifalify Commiffee 4: Library Coun- cil 3: Canleen 4: Mounlie Movemenf 2, 3: Modern Dance 2. LINWOOD W. TI NDALL nunnyi. . . . a sense of dufy and a seriousness fha? puls him on lop as a leader. Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Orcheslra 3: Sfudenf Facully 3, 4: Senior Council 4, Presidenf 4: Boys' Afhlefic Council 2: lnfernalional Club 3: Mounlaineer Busi- ness Sfaff 3, 4, Co-Chair- man of Adverlising 4: Mounlie Movemenr 4, Vice- Presidenl' 4: Baskefball 2, 3, 4, Varsify Leffer 4: Fool- ball 2, Varsily Leller 2: Track 2, 3, 4, Varsily Le'Her 3, 4. VIRGINIA T. TUPPER "Gina" Talring responsibilify and en- ioying life are fypical of Gina. Sfudenl' Facully 2, 3, 4: Assembly Commilfee 2, 4: Mixed Chorus 2: Girls' Glee Club 3: Hospiialily Commif- fee 3, 4, Secrelary 3, Presi- denl' 4: Foofball Program Commiflee 3: Amphifheafre Wriling Sfaff 4: Mounfaineer Business Sfaff 3, Manager 3: Mounfie Movemenl 2, 3, 4: Library Council 2, 3: Girls' Afhlelic Council 3, 4: Grounds Commilfee 4, Co- Chairman 4: Foolball Dan- cers 4. ANN S. TOONI nsuzy.. No" bubble is so iridescenl U 'or lasfs so long. Sludenf Faculfy 4. Secrefary 4: Junior Council 3: Junior Prom Chairman 3: Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Hospifali- ly Club 3: Mounlie Move- menf 3: Foolball Program Sellers 3: Junior Council 3: Library Council 3: Ari Ser- viceQClub 3: Basketball 2: Swimfming 3. VINCENT J. VALENTI "Vinnie" I+ is reasonable lo expeci a good sfudenl' fo succeed in fhe oufside world. Sludenl Council 4: Audio Visual Squad 2: Foofball 2, 3, 4, Varsi'l'y Leffer 4: Track 2. 3, 4, Varsify LeHer 3, 4. MARIE VALVANO . . a mind conscious of the righf. Inlernafional Club 4: Library Council 3, 4. GERALD R. VANDERBILT .--yerryi. "Anchor's Away" fo Jerry . . . a "hello" wifh every fum. Audio Visual Squad 3, 4: Amphiflxeafre Business Sfaff 4: Track 2, 3, 4. SUE JANE VAN CLEAF "Suzie" A piano, a sfage, and sue- cess-all should be esso ciafed wifll Suzie. Sfudenf Faculfy 3: Dramafic Club 3, 4: lnfernafional Club 4: Library Council 2, 3, 4: Mounfie Movemenl' 2. 3, 4: Arf Service 2, 3, 4. FLORENCE A. VIVIANI "Flo" . . . will: a song in my heart Junior Red Cross 3: Girls' Glee Club 2. EVALYN A. VAN COURT "Evie" There is so much one can do, fha? does boils acl and know. Dramafic Club 3: Moun- faineer Business Staff 4: Arf Service 4. STEVEN P. VOLSKI "Whip Lash" . . . a very well dressed young man . . . ian enfhu- siasi' . . . considers problems seriously. Ari Club 4: Track 2, 4: Cross-Counfry 2, Varsify Leffer 2. MARYLEE VAN COURT . . . always bubbling with pep and personality. Cheerleaders 3, 4, Co-Cap- fain 4: Sfudenf Faculfy 4: Lunclwroom Commirfee 4: Mixed Chorus 2: Foolball Band 2: Orchesfra 2, 3, 4: Hospifalify Commiifee 3, 4: Hockey 2: Tennis 2: Modern Dance 2: Skafing 2, 3, Manager 4. BETTY A. WAITTS "Bef" . . . wifly fo falk wifli . . . prelfy fo walk wiilw. Twirlers 2: Girls' Glee Club 2: Library Council 2: Modern Dance 4. 73 WILLIAM K. IYVAKEFIELD UBI .. . . . ready . . . willing . . . and roofing for fun. Boys' Glee Club 4: Band 2, 3: Sludeni Faculfy 4: Bank- ing 2, 3, 4: Assembly Com- mifiee 3, 4: Grounds Com- mifiee 4, Co-Chairman 4: Sfudeni Acriviiies Commif- fee 4: Siudeni Direclory Commifiee 4: Mounfie Movemeni 3, 4: Baslcefball 2, 3, 4, Varsify Lefier 4. GEORGE A. WALCK "George" . . . Keeps one guessing . . . always ready wifh a smile. Senior Council 4: Ari Club 2, 3: Baslceiball 2: Foolball 2, 3. DEBORAH S. WALKER "Debbie" Serene beauly and musical falenf are associated in our minds wilh Debbie. Lunchroom Commiilee 4: Junior Red Cross 3: Girls' Glee Club 2: Madrigals 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: lnlernaiional Club 2: Laiin Club 2: Girls' Afhlelic Council 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3: Baslcefball 2, 3, 4: Hockey 2. 3: Archery 3: Swimming 3: Tennis 2: Volleyball 2, 3, 4. Represeniarive Team 2: Badminlon 3, ELAINE M. WALLACE "Loiny" If a smile means success, she reached il a long time ago. Mixed Chorus 4: Girls' Glee Club 2, 4: Library Council 4. CAROL A. WARD ...cufe...per+... alerf . . . with a flair for fha dramalic. Sludenf Faculfy 3: Girls' Glee Club 2, 3: Dramafic Club 4: Le Cercle Francais 33 Junior Hospifalify Com- miffee 3, 4: Fooiball Danc- ers 4: Archery 2, 3, 4: Ten- nis 2, 3, 4: Bowling 4: Modern Dance 2, 3, 4: Slzaf- ing 2. 3, 4: Special Group in Modern Dancing 3, 4. 74 BRIAN IK. WATERS ETHEL A. WATERS ALEX W. WENNER Legs Some lhinl 'lhe world was , , , 3 quigf sfudanf, buf a . . . a blue ribbon for his made for fun and folly . . . comedian wifh his immedi- smile and grin. And so do l. gf. frigndg, Bvliefball 4: Golf 3, 4, Var- Girls' Glee Club 4. Le Cercle Francais 2: Laiin sily Lefier 4. Club 2, DONALD H. WESSON "Wally" . . ambassador of good will . . . "savoir faire" Boys' Glee Club 2, 3. 4: Srudenf Faculfy 2, 3, 4, Vice Presidenf 4: Junior Red Cross 2: Audio Visual Squad 4: Mounlie Movemenr 4: Baskelball 2, 4: Foolball 2, 3, 4, Varsity Leller 4: Ten- nis 2, 3. 4. Varsify Leller 4. JAMES C. WHARTON. JR. "Jim" . . . keen fo perceive and iusf as quick Io correcl. Boys' Glee Club 2. 3. 4: Messenger Service 4: Fool- ball 2. 3, 4. Varsify Lelfer 4. CLARENCE C. WILLIAMS "Clary" . . . a greal' friend I'o have around if in Trouble. Boys' Glee Club 4: Sludenl Faculfy 2, 3: Junior Council 3, Treasurer 3: Foolball 2. 3, Varsily Lefler 2. 3: Track 2, Varsily Leller 2. VIRGINIA C. WILLIAMS "Ginie" Laughfer and success always seem fo follow Ginie. Girls' Glee Club 2. 3. 4: lnfernafional Club 2: Bible Club 2: F. T. A. 2. 3. JAMES L. WILSON PAUL A. WILSON Ulmeyu How can quielness. laughfer, . . . many fine qualifies and sfrengfh all be in one -unusual infelligence-seri- IMD? ous lasles-appealing per sonaify Audio Visual Squad 3. 4: Sfage Lighfing Crew 3, 4: Lunchroom Music Commif- lee 3. 4: Science Club 2: Proieclion Squad 4. I- ' Slage Workshop 4: Baseball 2: Foolball 2. MARY E. WOOD ..Beysy.. . . . lennis lover . . . brighf . . . infelligenl. Cheerleaders 3. 4: Foolball Band 2: Orcheslra 2: Le Cercle Francais 4: Hos- pilalily Commilfee 3. 4: Lalin Club 2: Ari' Service Club 3: Baseball 2. 3. 4. Represenlalive Team 2. 3: Hockey 2, 3. 4, Representa- iive Team 3: Tennis 2, 3, Represenlafive Team 2. 3: Volleyball 2: Modern Dance 2. 3, 4: Skaling 2. 3. JOHN T. WOOSTER In order Io do greal' fhings. one musl' be enfhusiasfic. Dramalic Club 3, 4: Amphi- lheafre Business Sfaff 3: Mounfaineer Edilorial Sfaff 4: Manager of Foolball 2. 3. 4. Varsify Leiter 4: Manager of Track 2, 3. 4. Varsify Lef- fer 2. 3. 4. 75 PETER I. WORK M. H. S.'s firsf sfring man . . . a good friend fo all in need . . . "never say die" spirit Sfudenf Faculfy 4: Junior Red Cross 2: Junior Coun- cil 3: Baskeiball 2. 3, 4. Ver- sify Leffer 4: Foofbell 2. 3. 4, Varsiiy Lefier 3. 4: Track 2. 3. 4, Varsify Lelfer 3. 4. RICHARD S. ZELLEY "Dick" . . . an experf on slages. Iighiing. and scenery build- ing who manages all vlifh ease. Boys' Glee Club 2: Mixed Glee Club 2: Orchesira 3. 4: Assembly Commilfee 4: Dramafic Club 4: Audio Visual Squad 2: Le Cercle Francais 2: Lafin Club 2. 3: Siege Lighfing Crew 2, 3. 4. Manager 3. 4: Mouniaineer Business Staff 3. Assisfanf Treasurer 3: Mounfaineer Ediforial Sialf 4. Phofogra- phy Edifor 4: Band 2, 3. 4. Drum Capfain 4: Foofball Band 2. 3. 4. Capfain 4: Siu- denf Faculty 2. LYNNE F. WRIGHTNOUR Oh those eyes . . . e cheery-leader. Cheerleaders 3, 4: Sludeni Feculfy 4: Mixed Chorus 2: Girls' Glee Club 3, 47 Fooiball Band 2: Le Cercle Francais 2: Hospilalify Com- miHee 3, 4: Girls' Alhlefic Council 3, 4: Ari Service Club 3: Baseball 2, 3. 4. Represeniafive Team 3: Baskefball 2. 3. 4: Hockey 2. 3. 4, Represenfafive Team 3: Tennis 2. 3. 4. Manager 3: Modern Dance 2. 3. 4: Skafing 2. 3. 4. RONALD R. ZESCH "The Count" Be if in foofball or in life. Ronnie knows how fo charge fha? line. Boys' Glee Club 4: Baskef- ball 2: Foofball 2. 3. 4. Varsify Leffer 4. EVELYN A. WYMAN Few things are impossible fe diligence and skill. Mounfaineer Ediforial Sfaff 4. RICHARD M. ZICKELLA "Zeke" Fun. iekes, laughs. and sur- prises . . . all come ai once. RONALD S. YAMAGAMI nkonny.. M. H. S.'s profege for ihe Davis Cup . . . power be- hind every swing in life. Assembly Commifiee 4: Mountaineer Ediforial Sfeff 4: Tennis 2. 3. 4. Varsiiy Leffer 2. 3. 4. -'Sf fi SUMMARY OF THE YEAR Perhaps The lceynoTe oT Thus year has been sTrangeness All over you Tund Thungs you never expecTed To see For unsTance The M H S TooTball Team averaged ThurTy Tour pounTs a game To uTs opponenTs Three wunnung all nune OT :Ts conTesTs yeT uT was awarded only The co champuonshup Ruchue Haunes and Tony Carnevale made The all sTaTe TursT Team The sTrange Thung here us ThaT only Two were placed on uT The Alumnu cheerleaders puT un durung The lasT munuTe OT The game beaT The baslceTball varsuTy by one pounT The Two pounTs They scored however were das allowed The school sTore was seT up and oT all Thungs Turned un a proTuT' We opened The year wuTh TourTeen counT em TourTeen new Teachers A surprus ung number of lunuors drove cars To school The TursT sTudenT durecTory was pub lushed Several Thurd Tloor rooms were repaunTed and Theur Tormer occupanTs Tound Themselves un The sTrange surroundungs oT The Physucs room Mr Tomaune seT up The TursT boys unTramural sporTs program New Years resoluTuons were beTTer Than ever buT They dudnT lasT any longer MonTclaur Avenue was sTull The Town s besT dra sTrup The upper classmen suTTered Trom senuor leT down In The world aT large France changed Premuers only once M MolleT us Premuer number TwenTy one sunce l945 LaTe un The evenung oT July TwenTy TuTTh The Swedush luner SToclcholm sTruclc The lTaluan shup Andrea Dorua BeTore The Dorua sanlc nexT mornung The largesT rescue eTTorT oT all Tume had been compleTed wuTh a loss OT only a handTul oT luves The very same day PresudenT Nasser oT EgypT naTuonaluzed The Suez Canal precupuTa Tung an unvasuon and almosT a war In The sTrangesT elecTuon ever llce won un a landslude buT The DemocraTs won boTh houses of Congress In The UnuTed NaTuons we Tound ourselves sudung wuTh Russua agaunsT BruTaun and France STrangesT oT all has been The musuc oT Thus year Toe Tappung sTudenTs aTTempTed To do homework whule The raduo or record player blared rock n roll AT The can Teens we sTepped all over each oThers Blue Suede Shoes Our TavoruTe sporT was STandung on The Corner WaTchung All The Gurls Go By BUT The sTrangesT phenomenon un musuc was a guuTar layung yowlung sudeburned conTroversy named Elvus Presley l-le us boTh loved and aTed as no enTerTauner has ever been wuTh The possuble excepTuon oT Luberace Elvuss advocaTes are convunced ThaT he us TalenTed good loolcung romanTuc humanuTaruan culTural enTerTaunung unspurung and possubly The nexT presudenT l-lus opponenTs are equally convunced ThaT he us rowdy delunquenT conceuTed ruduculous dusTurbung ugly uneducaTed and a menace To youTh Many Tumes have The walls of M H S reverberaTed wuTh such argumenTs Each Tume The duTTerence of opunuon has been consTrucTuve To The school We are sure ThaT MonTclaur Hugh wull emerge Trom Thus conTroversy beTTer Than uT has ever been 172 1 SK ZS! i I-E -a y. '.., .-- .g X 6 T ,,, 1, w .V i' ' ' S' my 1 541'-FE. 'W fi VJ 142 1 - ff, .JL 1 -A bs Ogi 1 Z. M. Y rs ii J' ,-45' ls .,. ,f hflnik s .Ny ,, .Vs L A V xw, fx I S n gf x A I 5 w A P, Q i V' A 'Z Fat' f , ., 1 1: Z. Y ,msd 'pf ' ' , -N N53i'3:s F V A ' wvnufw Q A"'5' e9l "" 'w 'ind ' fa' . X3 W ,t 'H Y W ,L ,vu 'h 1 7 wr 4 , 4' KY? i. BI CLASS CLOWNS Bobby Rovamilia Carol Nolan MOST ARGUMENTATIVE Harold Kunz Maggie Nicholl Xl' 5 V......-1' TELLERS OF TALLEST TALES George Esposiio Beth Tupper MOST DRAMATIC John Woosfer Molly Sfraley , v , ..,g-45' ,f HITS X-ff xi MOST CONTAGIOUS LAUGH Peggy Copland Jim Sullivan 'x X " uw s, f Q Q L 1' f I , ff , fri A MTS- i "3 W -M .W BEST DANCERS Mary Lee Van Courl Vincenl Coviello BEST LOOKING Beffy Waifls Jaclx Homesleacl MOST ATHLETIC Ray Festa Pai Callahan 81 BEST SENSE OF HUMOR Mac Edwards Suzi Tooni MOST POPULAR Bob Buffon Gina Tupper BIGGEST FLIRTS Dave Karcher Hesfer Bren? MOST AMBITIOUS Sue Hemmersley Paul Lombardi X 's E on R rd' ,f"""""', , dc 'Wm ' BEST ARTISTS George Fisher Marcia Silverman MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Marcia Alexander Danny Klein 1, MOST VERSATILE Jack Builer Maire O'Sl1ea .AX T N 4 ,ivy U 'c CLASS GENIUSES Dave Carey Sue Peppard Q X N, xx il L-IF' 'AN KE-'KNAW 84 Connse Abell Arlme Adams Roberl Adelmann Yvonn Adndge David Agens Georgnana Alado Juannla Alslon Mrchael Alberga Pearl Amerson Mark Anderson Roberl Anderson Nncky Andoluno Jean Apgar James Arrnslead Judrlh Arndl Wallace Alhrll Marnlyn Alknnson Judy Alwaler Sue Auslnn Palrncua Baker Carol Banks Andrew Barrel Barry Barlkowskr Oliver Barlon Joel Baumwoll Rachel Beckford Georgue Beckley Belly Bevan Lrnda Beverly Ronny B lby Hervey Blumers James Boggs Joyce Boley David Bondon Nancy Bollome Palrncua Branch Roberl Brady Howard Brandon Bruce Bremer Duane Brown lssaac Brown Skupper Brown Thomas Brown Faulh Buchner Palrrcna Bull Audrea Bullard Louis Bullock Frances Burke L nda Burlelgh Leslne Burns Gracyce Buller Wsllnam Byrne John Byron Wallnam Bywaler Palsey Caggrano Pamela Carland Ernesl Carlson John Carler Louls Calalano Vnlo Cello Roberl Chanl Br an Chruslaldu Alberla Chrnslma Rodney Clark Anne Clark S K . Hugh Beboul I Margarel Lisl Marianna Livingslon Ralph Lloyd Julian Longua Belh Loomis Willie Lumpkin Karl Lyon Vilo Macioce Bruce Macpherson Durrell Macphee Thomas Malone James Marchese Lee Marlin Pal Marzano Allen Massey Lorella Maxam Edilh Mc Coy Joceleyn Mc Crae Phillip Mc Quire Dave McKelvey Kennelh McLaughlin George Mc Leod Paul Meade Suzanne Menke Susy Messer Judy Michelsen Gordon Miles Duane Minard Carole Milchell George Moeck Arlhur Mohr Cary Monlag Linda Monlesano Marilyn Moore Ernesl Morgan John Morlon William Morlon Marlin Mueller Slanley Mulcock Joseph Murphey Joyce Myers Carl Newman Sandra Newson Janice Nickens Bob Niland George Nye Charles Overby Carol Page Gail Page Dan Panico Diane Passero Ricky Pels William Perry Anila Pena Wendy Phillips Muriel Pines Roberl Pinkard Doris Pills Annelle Quaely Pal Randolph Sandra Reade Roberl Reck Edward Ressler Thomas Richardson Erik Rifkin Nancy Riler Barbara Roane Dennis Rodano Michael Rogers Marion Rose Mildred Ruggiero Anlhony Ruocco Vincenl Russomano Ellen Selese Carol Sanchirico Joan Scovil Ray Seaver James Seymour Diane Schackelford Conrad Sharp Lynn Shorls Alberl Skulans Belly Ann Slaughler Anna Joan Smilh Karin Smilh Mary Ellen Smilh Roberl Smilh Gerard Soda Rose Marie Sodano Barbara Soderberg Tyrenne Spencer Earl Spivey Jeffery Slallard Maurice Slerns Richard Slivala Dolly Slone Konrad Slreuli Therman Swann Barbara Tango Dorolhy Tascoe Francena Taylor Marva Taylor Nancy Taylor Pamela Taylor John Tenulo Mary Tilburne Lynn Tilus Daniel Tompkins Rasheeda Traylor Michael Trewhella James Tucker Joan Tucker Caroline Tupper Frank Tupper David Turrell W.llQam Vanderberg Felix Van Esselslyn Louis Versace Anne Von Zumbusch David Wakeman lngo Waller Roberl Wallon Margarel Ward Claudia Warren Lynn Weslee William Wesllall David While Dolores Wilkinson David Will Belsy Willels Roberl Wilson Norma Wise Anne Wrighl Miriam Wyall Fred Yaeger Anlhony Zappia Judilh Zarr Helen Zesch sk-ni' ,, Art for Art's sake. ,f ' 4-H45 Qnqr ,' r' , JUNICDRS Talents and abilities of this year's Junior Class are as varied as the different notes of the musical scale, but on the sharp side only. Their interests range from Jan Pierce to Elvis Presley, with a slight emphasis on the latter. Starting at Middle C Choral-Chorally speaking or should we say singing, the Juniors constitute a large part ot both Madrigals and Glee Club. Driving-The teenage menace on the road became worse as more and more of those iuniors turned seventeen. Enthusiasm-Cheerleading. Hospitality Club and sports are all used by this illustrious class to run oft their excess energy. Football-The good work of the Junior Varsity plus that of the select few who made the varsity team deserves mention in this tribute to the Junior Class. Government-The Junior Council has again proved itself a worthy organization in uniting the class. Art-English-Some of the artistic and literary abilities of the iuniors are combined in this special class which is traditionally noted for making the decorations for the Junior Prom. Basically-The Junior Class has spirit, poise and intelligence and we as upperclassmen feel sure that its members will succeed as seniors in M.H.S. and as citizens in the modern world. These Juniors measure up to standards 5, 7 4 Juniors lille more Haan Rock and Roll. M445 If 'E 'Wm ,J These Juniors are really ouf io further fheir learning. 1 ii ff Z ' ,QQ L- N. l' -MQ l The fairer sex in flue library annex. Guidance is given cheerfully af M.H.S. LA To see fine sficlmes is a delighirful fixing. NKW HHkKA5K5 l B8 Judu+h Adams John Aebel Samuel Alaeb Norberf Alberfson Wlllnam Alenson Andrew Allen Carla Alvarez Pefer Andre Kaiherlne Appel Wnllnam Areson Chrushna Arffman Genevxeve Armando KaYh'een Armnnnc Ruchard Arnold M chanl Aufornno Charlofle Avanzafo Wilma Banrd Al Barker Cynfhna Barnsdale Russel Barnum Charles Bafes Reber? Beardslee Gerard Bello Susue Beardsleo Horace Blgsby Mary Ann Bllolfa Kennefh Black Sfephen Bluesione Angela Bomfo Pafrucna Bonne Tom Boremann Trudy Bove Rnchard Brady Claure Brandell Aushn Brnghfman Carole Broomall Kenneih Brown Cynfhxa Bruce Wendy Bubb Barbara Budd Davud Buermey Charles Burke Rober+ Burke Becky Burneff Nicholas Bush Regmald Bynum Anda Caggaano Roberf Cagguano Pafrncua Caldwell Valerne Callanan Roberf Caponvgro Roger Carnegie Jody Carollo Veronuca Carrell Conrad Carrington Carroll Carfer Chealham Corbeff Clemenfnne Corbo S nda Cosfello Mary Covello Sam Covello Carol Coxey Roberf Crawford Eldridge Credele Nancy Crook Mnldred Curhs David Brei+haup+ ' er I - I 1 f , Y I 8I'SOll 15 s AY r OI' fl ISOI1 I1 ll e l hlan n l 1 1 I n DI1 hy l Joan Mc Gaw Alice Mc Ghee Roberl Mc Glashan Richard Mc Kenzie Thomas Mc Kenzie Graham Mc Millan John Meakin Winifield Melvillo Jean Messa John Meyer Dave Miller Matthew Millichap Marie Miscia Josephine Mobilio Linda Moore Rufh Morrison Donald Mosby Calherine Mafchane Margarel Mower Margarel Murphy Maureen Murray William Mulch Joanna Myers David Nalrash Suzanne Narby James Neale Sandy Ness John Nicholls John Niland Margaret Niles Lois Nolan Margarel Odell Elizabelh O'Donnell Meredilh Ogilley Theodore Organ Lucie Orone Kalhleen O'Shea Barbara Osbella Pefer Pace Edward Page Carol Pages Mary Parmelee Timolhy Parsons Charles Parlon Dorolhy Passolh Jan Pederso Slerling Penninglon Dale Pepper James Pilcher Campbell Pilcher Luis Pi-Sunyer Allen Paclr Chris Pond Franlz Powell Sheila Powell Molly Prall Leona Quadrell Cornelia Ouaglia Janel Raines Rulh Banlr Carl Randolph Belly Rauch Chris Reaslre Nanelle Rice Eclrhard Rieger Margaref Riegraf Paul Rieflrin Franlcie Rives William Rives Morgan Roach Susan Roberlson Carol Roberison Richard Roe Charles Romano Mary Romeyn Rayna Rosenberg Barbara Rosevear David Roush Louise Ruocco Sarah Rupperl Peler Russo Vincenl Russo Vincenl Anfhony Russo Mary Russomano Peter Ryan Janel Salfzman Margarel Sasso James Scannelli Elizabelh Schoenfeld Kerslin Schon Frances Schull! Sandra Scoll Richard Seaman Margaref Senlner Mollie Shears Frank Sherman Alan Shurlleff Suzanne Skidmore Roberl' Slaler Elizabelh Slaflery Graceann Small Gregory Smilh Joyce Smilh Sally Smifh Franlr Spivey Floyd Spivey William Sleed Priscilla Sleuber Dinah Sfevens Alice Slreisgulh Gloria Sumpler Richard Swiney Day Swisher William Tanlum Barbara Tascoe Arlene Taylor Barbara Taylor Walker Terry Ronald Thomas David Thompson Marilyn Tindall Franlr Tooni Angela Touoli Virginia Trerolola Joanne Trube Joann Tummel Charles Turner Mae Turner Sydney Tyree Eugene Valvano Ginnie Van Courl- Ingrid Valland Roberl Waif Julie Walclr James Walcuff Pamela Walder Roylin Walker LaVerne Wallace Hazel Walling Hellmel Waller Barbara Ward Wendy Wesson Ann Whifing Nancy Whilmore Mary Anna Wieder Nafe Williams Sarah Williamson Rechelle Willoughley Richard Wilsey Gerlrude Wilson James Wilson Leui Wilson Roger Wilson Jane Wingfield Kiana Winfon Priscilla Winlon Pamela Winfon Spence Wissinger Harold Wifler Edwin Wood Julia Woods Scoii' Young Peler Zichello Evelyn Zingali Sophomore "class Q .u 4 6 5 Lil- MZ "So you cu+ a class!Wha1 is your excuse?" Applying Hue old "elbow grease" is a icy fo lhis sophomore. "Rebuilding fhe school, sophs?" There have been many innovaTions in The orien- TaTion program Tor sophomores This year. The class oT T959 sTarTed iTs TirsT year aT MonTclair High School wiTh a Tour oT The school. During The TirsT weeks oT school They Took a series oT TesTs designed To show Their apTiTudes in scholasTic Tields. As al- ways. The boys saw a series oT Tilms based upon Army liTe. This year saw anoTher new addiTion To The sophomore orienTaTion program. Miss Arlene FiTze's speech and dramaTics class puT on a play. which They Themselves wroTe, based on The basic J From The inside, frogs are inTeresTing To These sophomores. principles oT Teen-age Tair play. ATTer one oT The presenTaTions, which were given To each sopho- more homeroom separaTely, one senior Thespian rimirked, "They Think more Than you Think They T in This year The sophomore baskeTball TournamenT Tinal game was played beTore The MonTclair-CliTTon varsiTy game. Room 207 deTeaTed room 3I3 A in a closely conTesTed maTch. The heads oT various deparTmenTs visiTed The sophomore homerooms and explained various courses oTTered aT MonTclair High School. The de- parTmenTs re resenTed were science, business. shop, music, home economics, and arT. WhaT do sophomores Think oT MonTclair High? WhaT do They Think oT anyThing? The senior boys. commenTed one soph Temale, are 'ldreamyf' The senior girls, as described by a soph male, are "WOW?" Recall should be abolished, parTies are Tun, Mr. Bello is a nice guy, and There is no reason why Liberace should be ToleraTed. ThaT's our sophomore class, The class oT I959 oT MonTclair High School. We hope They'll pardon our aTTempTs aT humor aT Their expense. JusT re- member, sophs, you'll be doing The very same Thing Two years Trom now. SGPHOMORES The library offers opporfunifies To These siudious members of The sophomore class. H511 M. U 1... Z --,,, 4. 5 "W 4-'- HQ' ,P f V 5 VA , xx I K-L 536 ' ' 'Wi , . . JOHN LAMB-John was ihe biggesf DICK BUTTERFIELD-A big fackle, PETE WORK-Big and sfrong, Pele was man on fhe squad and always able Dick was a ferror fo enemy ball always rushing fhe passer. FCDOTBALL gap- Q 5' MIKE NICHOLL-All-American high school guard, Milne carried 'the hon- ors for Monfclair. 05, . QQ ' K9 ,si I carriers. Firsl Row: A. Dolong, R. Crane, D. Langway, E. Spivey, D. Clark, B. Morfon D. Cross, J. Tenufo, V. Valenfi, M. Girardi, E. Bufler, S. Miele. T. Berry J Longua, S. Heydf. N. Genfile, D. McKelvey. Second Row: V. Celia, F. Van Esselsfyn, T. Swann, P. Caggianc, B. Bremer, B. Bywafer, V. Pasquale, N. An dolino, B. Byrne, W. Green, G. Shurfleff, D. Commefie, M. Nicholl, J. Fosfer R. Haines, B. Haines. J. Gerfler, H. Garrelf. Third Row: B. Chrislaldl J RAY FESTA-Ray was a signal caller and a fine passer. JACK BUTLER-Nobody wenf pas? Jack. His specially was infercepfing passes. X A C73 kk' Q . af in 1 , -. RONNIE ZESCH-Ronnie was a good linebaclrer and a consisienf per- former. GORDON SHURTLEFF-Gordon hifs fhe line hard, always digging for lhe exlra yard. if l l Michelson, B. Adorno, D. Buflerfield, L. Burns, B. Bufion, D. Wesson, I. Rob- erls, J. Peruh, E. Graber, K. DeS?efano. B. Mulligan, D. Tompkins, O. Barron, R. Engsfrom, R. Fesfa, W. Colquiff, P. Worlr, J. Bufler. Fourfh Row: C. New- man, J. Lamb, T. Carnevale. L. Pierson, H. Sfrasser, J. Wharion, F. Galiolo J. Morfon, J. lppoliffo, R. Zesch. Managers: G. Agnew, T. Brown, J. Woosfer. B. Snell. Coaches: M. Oriel, M. Tomaine, C. Anderson, B. Forfunafo. ,fy ,M f '1' f . ' l' Vi.. N,,..A. . ga'-"4 '-nee Mil- l--45.9-13 1 - 7 :Tili- , .-.i5?':"' ' .. .. -... . .... . I vaswuu fu ' V I N H Q .ri ""- A' .Ln . . .X-4. 4 . TONY CARNEVALE-Tony, a speedy pass-receiver, was an all-sfafe end. :ffl ..:,, 5-lf . '-fi X 4 , , 1 A AM b I , 1 ., ,Lyn ir ,AJ .-...Ax y ,V y V L 931. ' Y- ,' Y' ,,ni'i ' Ax, .Q -Q45 -4.. . . ', ' -.fs-,ig-fi-7?'1f ag. . f 4 - , 1 I If V, :FH A 'Y Emi Q - 1 lin af is x 1 .M Q in ,ng A - V 1 2 WA , wg. '?:5'ig. 1 '54,-24 .i,w':53'3. :X-fl HERBIE GARRETT-"Line of scrim- mage GarreH"-when 'ihey reach Herbie, 'lha+'s as far as fhey go. '-:ff . ' 9 'T' .4 fi' Tuff lil surcH ADORNO-This man bemna mm! 'lhe line was fhe besf line-backer on M y flue ieam. 5 .7 ' V A 'J . . ,,. if ' ED BUTLER-This walch-clwarm guard if my jT'1-f?47'fE'f2BfV was a viral cog in fhe offensive ai- if 5 .ggxffg 'J full- ff F i 7' Q .f','lq"i" . - f-ng 1, .. J, . e -1 Roborf Hamas males e suublo gaun agaunsf Orengo FOOTBALL The MonTclaur Hugh FooTball Team agaun had a sensaTuonal season wunnung all uTs nune games and The sTaTe champuonshup MonTclaur was raTed TursT In The Saylor and ColluTon raTungs and placed several members on various all sTar Teams WuTh a nucleus of only seven reTurnung leTTermen MonT claur Trnushed The year wuTh a ToTal oT 307 pounTs second hughesT un MonTclaur husTory and allowed only 28 pounTs Thus ouTsTandung record becomes even more umpressuve when uT us consudered ThaT MonTclaur had a relaTuvely unexperuenced squad The maun problem beung an unTesTed green lune The sea MonTclaur crushed lrvurugTon and Kearny 4l 0 MonTclaurs TursT real TesT came agaunsT a good NuTley Team whuch was deTeaTed by 33 O MonT claur conTunued To roll on beaTung EasT Orange 28 O Columbua 40 7 and WesT Orange un The mud 25 O Then came one oT The classuc games oT all Tume un New Jersey hugh school TooTball as Mom' claur meT unbeaTen CluTTon led by quarTerbaclc Roger Fardun and Tullback George Telesh wuTh an ouTsTandung lune TeaTurung Dave Bosson and Leroy Coll ns On a cold sunny day MonTclaur crushed CluTTon I97 wuTh scores by Ruchue and RoberT Haunes and a specTacular 56 yard pass play Trom Ray FesTa To Tony Carnevale The game layed Tor The myThucal sTaTe champuonshup TeaTure greaT Iune play wuTh Muke Nucholl Duck BuTTerTueld Tony Carnevale and PeTe Worlc parTucularly ousTsTand ung Tor M H S In The TraduTuonal Thanlcsguvung Day game MonTclaur deTeaTed a once beaTen Bloom Tueld Team 33 7 Thus Team was regarded as one of MHS s greaTesT The lune became parTucularly ouTsTandung wuTh Nucholl BuTTerTueld and Carnevale gaunung all counTy honors Also ouTsTandung were BuTch Ador no John Lamb Herbue BarreTT and Ed BuTler The baclcheld was sparked by RoberT and Ruchue Haunes who broke The school scorung record The generalshup oT FesTa The runnung oT Gordon ShurT leTT and The bloclcung of Ron Zesch and The con worThy The 56 MounTues measured favorably wuTh any oT The Tune MonTclaur Teams oT The pasT The Blue and WhuTe has now gone 3I games wuThouT a de Teal' wuTh I3 consecuTuve wuns Trom BloomTueld dur ung The coachung reugn oT Clary Anderson and BuTch ForunaTo MonTclaur MonTclaur MonTclaur MonTclaur MonTclaur MonTclaur MonTcla r MonTclaur MonTclaur FOOTBALL SCORES Orange lrvungTon Kearny Nufley Ea sT Orange Columbua WesT Orange CluTTon Bloomfueld l son opened wiTh a 47-7 rouT oT Orange. NexT 5'5TenT PlaY OT Jack Bufler 5+ 5aTeTY were nofe' . . . . 47 I ' ' 4I ' . ' . . . l 4l g ' ' 33 I ' ' 28 . I ' 40 ' . . . 5 I . . . . . . ' I9 ' I u I ' ' 1 fit' 24' , x ,f.-, Mr. Merriclr Tomaine, in his TirsT year aT MonT- clair High. led The sophomores To Their besT sea- son in several years. The commandoes piled up an impressive 8-O record Tor Their TirsT undeTeaTed year since I954. Mr. Angelo l'BuTch" ForTunaTo surprised The ex- perTs by Turning a supposedly wealc MounTie line inTo The group which rushed opponenTs so hard Thaf only one Touchdown pass was compleTed againsT MonTclair all year. Mr. Milne Oriel, in addiTion To leading The JV's To a 7-O-I season, aTTended The games of TuTure opponenTs and piclced ouT Their wealc spoTs. As a resulT, The Team lcnew which plays were lilcely To worlc. Head Coach and DirecTor of AThleTics, Mr. Clary Anderson, who, since l946, has noT gone Two years wiThouT a sTaTe championship, direcled This year's Team To The co-championship. ATTer opening The season wiTh I29 poinTs in Three games, he bowled over all opposiTion, concluding The sea- son wiTh impressive vicTories over sTrong CliTTon and Bloomfield Teams. Sfanding: M errick Tomaine and "BuTch" Forfunafo. Kneeling: Mike Oriel and Clary Anderson. BASKETBALL SCORES bln 32532 an ,gg Kneeling lofi To righT Jack Homesfead capiain Larry Pierson manager Robe:-T Haines capfain Sfandlng Ray Fesfa Ron Zesch Richard Haines Linwood Tlndall Pefe Hager Lou Versace Sfewarf Heydf Bill Kennedy Tom Riordan Joe Harrison BASKETBALL MonTclair Highs l956 57 baskefball Team had a relafively successful season finishing The regular season wiTh a I0 5 record and Tying for second place in The Big Ten. Affer a slow sTarT The MounTies under The coaching of Bufch ForTunaTo developed rapidly info a powerful cohesive Team. They advanced inTo The semi-finals of The Essex CounTy TournamenT before They were eliminaTed by ST. BenedicT s. AT The beginning of The season MonTclair had only one reTurning sTarTer Bob Haines' and one semi-regular Richie Haines. The chief problems were a lack of heighT and inexperienced back- courT men. ln The opening game a iiTTery MonT- clair Team losT To veTeran Cliffon 54-49. Then playing aT The new Teachers College gym M.H.S. conquered WesT Orange 59-52. The MounTies were sparked by CapTain Jack HomesTead s fiffeen poinTs and The rebounding of Bobbie Haines. MonTclair losT iTs nexT game To powerful Bloomfield 38-49, because of a poor firsT quarfer. NexT. MonTclair beaT Columbia by eighT poinTs, before being Trounced by EasT Orange 66-46. MonTclair finally began To play up To iTs poTenTial, beafing Kearny. lrvingfon, and Belleville. This win was led by Bob Rufledge, wiTh I9 poinTs. in The lrvingfon game, and Bobbie Haines wiTh a season's high of 35 poinTs againsf Belleville. ln a reTurn mafch wiTh EasT Orange, Monfclair losT an exciTing game in The final minuTes of play, 57--5I. ln The big game of The season, The Moun- Ties baffled Bloomfield To The final second before losing 43-4I. on a one-second jump shoT. The Bull- dogs played a sensaTional game especially off The boards wiTh The Haines Twins and Chuck Bowles doing a fine lob of rebounding againsf The bigger Bengals. MonTclair won all iTs remaining games wiTh rela- Tive ease and beaT lrvingTon 50-39 in The opening round of The Essex CounTy Tournamenf. ln Their nexT game fourTh-seeded Monfclair walloped Belle- ville 65-39. The Team was sparked by The sensa- Tional oufside shooTing of Ray FesTa who hiT five ouT of six on long seT shoTs. In The semi-finals MonTclair losT To ST. Bene- dicTs 50-39. The BenedicTs man for man defense puzzled The MounTies whose shooTing game wasn T up To iTs usual high level. The prospecTs for nexT year are fairly brighT wiTh The Haines Twins re- Turning To lead MonTclair. Monfclair MonTcIair Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair 49 59 38 62 46 68 68 75 49 56 4I 79 68 5I 62 50 65 39 Cliffon Wesf Orange Bloomfield Columbia Easf Orange Kearny Belleville lrvingfon EasT Orange Nufley Bloomfield Columbia Orange Wesf Side Weequahic Irvingfon Belleville ST. BenedicT's J.V. BASKETBALL The J V Baskerball Team Jrhrs year was agarn under rhe dzrechon of Doc Newman Alrhough The record of won and losr was nor specracular Mr Newman accomplushed hs mann raslc of grvrng excellenf rrannmrg and ex pernence ro The pofenhal varsrry 'ream XZ Mon+cYair Monfcfair Mcnrclalr Mcnrclafr Monfcfarr Mfznfda r n C a M nrdarr Monrdarr Monfclan Monfcfarr Monrclaur Monrclarr Monrclarr Monfclarr J. V. BASKETBALL 4I Wes? Orange 28 Bfczmhefd 33 Cdumlcla 39 Cc"ege Hen sf Orange C on K arr-y Be evle lrvnqfon Easr Oran e Nafley Bfoomfred Co mba Orange Wes? Sade Bellevrfle bearen an fourney Sl 48 Sefon Hall bear us 4632 nn fourney J V BASKETBALL TEAM Doc Newman coach P Pace B May C Parfon J Wilson J Clauson N Harrus G Valvano J Cushman C Carrnngfon L Cushman R Jones C Dreher fx L2-1 Mai B Crawford R Barnum Manager an """r"'- F.-0 I 9 "N if iii KWW91 W 'Uv-A A X QTTFQFB 355,23--...,,, ""I2h MEQPGT K 32 Ea 66 , 7 33 Lf? , 68 ' Mc T I Ir 56 e , 69 . . Q . 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BASEBALL Aflrer a disappoinling slarf, Mon'rclair's baseball leam developed rapidly info a slale power, finishing 'rhe year wilh a I4-4-2 record, and winning lhe big 'ren lille. As lhe season opened M.H.S had several relurning velerans. bul apparenlly a weak pilching slafl. The hilling and fielding were expecled lo be beller 'rhan in previous years, and porenlially +he leam was of championship calibre. ln lhe opening game Monlclair 'fied Easl'-Side 5-5 wilh all ol 'rhe Easl' Side runs being unearned. Afler 'rying Wesl Orange 4-4. Moniclair defealed Passaic IO-3, as Bob Rulledge hil 'rhe season's firsl homerun 'rhen Monlclair losl' ils firsl game 3-2 againsl Bloomfield. Joe Harrison pilched a fine game, wilh lhe Three Bengal runs being unearned. Aller losing i'rs nexf game fo Wesl Orange 4-I. lhe Mounfies won 'lheir nexl live sfraighf. The pifching slaff had been oulslanding in lhe early games. led by senior Bob Bevan and junior Joe Harrison. Monlclair hil ils seasonal low by losing +o lrvinglon I5-3. Monlclair bounced back, defealing a slrong Thomas Jefferson feam. 3-2 as Joe Har- rison pilched one hif ball. Led by 'rhe resurgence of Al Pond's hilling, Monfclair became a Norfh Jersey Slafe Power. The Mounlies won 'their lasl eighl scheduled games, winning The Big Ten Tille oulrighr. However Mom'- clair was upsel 9-5 by Barringer in lhe opening round of 'lhe Greafer Newark lournamenf. BASEBALL SCORES Monlclair Easl Side 5 - Montclair Wes? Orange 7 Monlclair Passaic 3 Monfclah. Monfclair Bloomfield 3 Montclair Moniclair 'Wesf Orange 4 Monfclair Monlclair 'Nulley 6 Montclair Monlclair 'Kearny O Momclair Montclair Cllllon 3 Monfclair Monfclair Garfield 5 MOHfClbl" 'Eas+ Orange I Monlclair 'Irvington I5 Monlclair Thomas Jefferson 3 'Belleville 5 'Columbia 7 Englewood 7 Paferson Cenlral 9 'Orange 23 Passaic I5 'Bloomfield B l'Big Ten Gamel Grealer Newark Tournamenl 2 Monlclair 5 Barringer I 2 I I 2 0 3 TENNIS L Y Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair TENNIS SCORES 5 Caldwell O 4 Passaic O I Ridgewood 4 4 Glen Ridge I 4 Wesf Orange I 4 Wesf Orange I 4 Passaic I 5 Kearny O 4 Glen Ridge I 4 Paferson Easf Side I 4 Easf Orange I 4 Easf Orange I 5 Clifford Scoff 0 4 Wesf Orange I O Ridgewood 5 Slanding: Coach Tunis J. Bello, Syd Goldsmifh, Dave Cook, Tom McGeehan, Don Wesson, John Murray, Diclr Brous- sard. Kneeling: Dave Corbeff, Ronny Yamagami, John Page, Mac McKenzie, Denis Commeffe, Bufch Evans. GOLF Monfclair High's golf feam complefed anofher suc- cessful season, wifh a record of nine wins and no losses. ln- cluded in fhese wins was fhe Big Ten Tifle, which fhe Mouinfies won by 24 sfrolres. MonI'clair's sfrong feam was led by Bob Jones. Pefe Hager, Penn Davidson, Ray Nash, Vin Coviello, and George Nye. Monfclair finished up ifs fine season by placing fourfh in fhe sfafe fournamenf. Wifh Jones, Hager. Coviello and Nye refurning for I957 Monf- clair's prospecfs for anofher winning season are brighf. GOLF SCORES Monfclair lbw Verona I V2 Monfclair ISM Bloomfield 2172 Monfclair Ib Belleville 516 Monfclair I Ilk Caldwell Slfz Monfclair I4172 W. Orange 3h Monfclair 342 sfrolxes Big Ten Mafch Monfclair 1455 Caldwell 31f2 Monfclair I452 Nufley V2 Under fhe able fufelage of coach Jack Bello, MonfcIair's fine fennis feam finished fhe season wifh a record of I3 wins and 2 losses. The sfrong feam, led by Capfain John Page. Ron Yamagami, Denis Commeffe. and Dick Broussard, was invifed fo fhe sfafe championship playoff af Princefon, where fhey were seeded number 3. The feam advanced fo fhe quarfer-finals before bowing ouf fo a sfronger Madison feam. Coach Bello praised his feam for ifs good sporfsmanship and enfhusiasm as well as for ifs fine play. As for fhe I957 season fhe refurning leffermen, Ron Yamagrni and Denis Commeffe are expecfed fo lead a feam composed mainly of juniors and some promising sophomores. Coach Bello has nof seen enough of fhese players perform fo make any solid predicfion, buf he expecfs fo have anofher good feam, ' 'xW' T7 " Y Fronf Row: P. Work, E. Adderley, R. Sheppard, H. Del: naum, R. Spivey, L. Hendricks, E. Long, A. GriffiTh, A. Phillips, B. Childs, J. Carfer. Second Row: H. Buermeyer, J. Fosier, E. Graber, B. Walfon, B. Bywafer, E. Spivey, L. Versace, W. Green, J. Morfon, V. Cefia, B. Cook, B. Adel - if - ,ii . 'W ' . .. -. is we ' ii.- , j v j' man, L. Burns, R. STivala, A. DeLong, D. Tomplrins. Third Row: R. Manning, T. Vanderbilf, B. Snell, R. BuTTerfield, M. Nicholl, K. DeSTefano, D. Eichler, L. Tindall, P. Nelson, V. Valenii, J. Randolf, D. Carel, W. Brandon, R. Hooke, Mr. Oriel lcoachl. TRACK The l956 M.H.S. Track Team sTarTed iTs season in January when iTs Trio of sTars, Al Phillips, Ray Spi- vey and Reggie Sheppard won The N.Y.U. lnTer- scholasfics in New York. Here Phillips beTTered The lisfed nafional A.A.U. indoor lOO yard record wiTh a 9.8 clocking, making him The fasTesT indoor schoolboy sprinfer. Spivey and Sheppard won The hurdles and high jump respecfively. The greaTesT Triumph came in February when These same Three aThleTes won The Nafional lnTerscholasTic Track Championship in Madison Square Garden. Phillips Tied The meeT record of 6.3 seconds in The 60 yard dash, while Sheppard seT a new meeT record of 6' 4'6" in The high jump and Spivey Topped The hurdles in a fine 7.5 clocking for anofher rec- ord, giving Monfclair iTs firsT NaTional TiTle. Spring came, and wiTh iT snow: buT despiTe a slow sTarT, The Team beaT Bloomfield, Orange, Wesf Side and lrvingfon before The firsT big ouT- door meeT, The Newark Board of Educafion lnviTa- Tionals. Here Phillips ran a sensafional 9.5 IOO, .I second off The nafional schoolboy record, as The Mounfies ran away wifh The meeT. A saddening chord was sTruck as Sheppard injured himself in The high jump and was losT for The season. Con- Tinuing our undefeafed dual meeT sTring, The Mounfie machine beaT Nufley. Then we successful- ly defended The Essex Counfy Championship. In ,fi f 7 ' gf" Q so doing The powerful Blue and WhiTe broke four records: Phillips shairfered The IOO yard mark wiTh his 9.6 info The wind, and creaTed a new broad jump record wiTh his 23' l" leap: Ray Spivey low- ered The hurdles marks To I4.6 and I9.5 in The highs and lows respecrively. Also, aT The Long Branch Relays, Phillips, Spivey, Bob Childs, Erwin Adderley and Ed Long broughf home The 440 and 880 yard Trophies. AfTer crushing Soufh Side and Thomas Jefferson, The Big Blue Took The STaTe Championship for an unprecedenTed fifTh sTraighT year, despiTe The exTremely adverse condifions of a TorrenTial downpour. This meeT concluded Coach Mike Oriel's superb debuf as head Track coach and capped one of our mosT successful seasons. Meef Resulfs Class ........,...............,.. '56 75, '57 44, '58 2I Bloomfield ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, MHS Bl IX6, Bloomfield 35 516 Orange ,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,, M HS 88, Orange 28 Wesf Side ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, MHS lO2, Wesi' Side I5 Irvingfon ,,,,.,.,.,.,,,,,,,,, MHS 68 If2, IrvingTon 47 lf2 Newark lnviTaTions...MHS 33 UZ, Snyder 28 lf2, Bloom- field I9 Nufley ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, MHS 68 lf3, Nufley 48 273 Essex Counfy ...........,. MHS 55 IXZ. Bloomfield 36. Barringer 33 Thomas Jefferson ..... MHS 72. Jefferson 45 Soufh Side ,....... ...... M HS 89 IX4. SouTh Side 27 374 33, Columbia 14, New Bruns- wick I4 Sfafe Meef ............... MHS 5 SCJCCER l-lampered by 'rhe early season iniury of All- Sfafer Erwin Adderley, 'rhe Mounfie boolers com- piled a poor I-9-2 record. Adderley led rhe ream in scoring alfhough he played only a few games. Bill Hubschman was second in This deparfmeni. Roger Hoolce was a srandoul af goalie, while Harold Kunz and Dick Manning comprised The fullback line. Mac Edwards, Jim Randolph and Mac McKenzie saw mos'r acrion a+ halfbaclc. Hubsch- man, Paul Nelson and Eclchardr Rieger were our- sfanding af forward. Many games were very 'righl ones, such as Chalham and Kearny, +wo of 'rhe 'lop 'reams in 'rhe s+a+e. These showed ihal rhe Team was superior +0 The record which 'they posled. Coach Doc Newman is looking forward +o nexl xA NN year, when he will have several refurning men as a nucleus for 'rhe leam. Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair Mon+clair Monfclair Monfclair Monfclair Monlclair Monfclair Monfclair THE I956 RECORD Summif Easf Orange Easl' Orange Verona Kearny Livingsion Chafham Irvingfon Ridgewood Verona lrvinqfon Wes? Side Firsf Row: C. Romano, P. Lombardi, J. Meyer, F. Tupper, B. Evans, W. Holloway, G. Engsfrom, J. Cushman, E. Kunz, P. Andre, J. Hodgson, B. Hubschman, A. Shurfleff, D. Snyder, R. Jones, E. Reigar, Doc Newman. Second Row: R. Carnegie, K. Sireuli, A. Barker, M. Edwards, S. Kunz, S. MacKenzie, J. Randolph, E. Resslar, R. Manning, A. Gray, R. Hooke, B. Mackay, P. Forresf, P. Nelson, O. Minard, B. Ludman, L. Hoffman. 'P leHer 4 O 3 I 3 3 4 3 3 O 4 F GIRLS SPORTS Specual Group MODERN DANCE Once a week aTTer school unTeresTed gurls meeT To learn and use modern dance Technuques Under The du recTuon oT Mrs Emery The gurls have an opporTunuTy To express Themselves To musuc The specual group meeTs aTTer The regular class Thus group consusTung oT gurls wuTh exTra abuluTy and unTeresT worlcs on more unTerpre Each year The modern dancers creaTe a show con susTung of a number oT dances relaTed To a cenTral Theme The show aTTer many rehearsals us puT on Tor The hugh school and PTA Thus year The Theme was musuc Trom duTTerenT lands ATTer beung guven musuc depucTung The varuous counTrues The gurls creaTed dances To express The spuruT oT The reguon I TaTive expression. 1 A--J' My Gall Mauruce Lynne Wrnghfnour Magg e H nck fr""'Z W GOLF Kay Davus Jeanne Baker ff' WWA ARCHERY U03 Nancy Murphy Cla re Brandell Rasheeda Traylor M chael Mason Ellle Brenner .JF gt 'Q 105 .f" M -J. M ' ' x9 W 13 ' fl I i' Q ,M ,M y A 3' E y t :ruff 3 ' 1:41 my y MM , y 3 5 :l '. " 1 5 , ' 1 M " P - ' ' ' Q r 1522. 'M V 5 M! Z. A rr, y g ,fr M 4 M f 5 , "Wm 7 K A . ' I f 647 My V 9 N ' ,ff ' 4 D A M M . i . . i , ' sr 'P j, ' M Q M " M e y W .., , Y M 3 r , , . ' Z w e M W M yy. 'X ' ki l f C' 106 BASKETBALL HOCKEY .1 lc U6 7' a BOWLING ,rw-, ,L H Q -' ffl ,r- V" B 23251 -- nu: un n um new QUQ' ' .UCC um l I I lin. BEE .lk C Q EZ I-S" 'xv 'fi' my xv-' 1,-,,,,, .-L . - .,1j"" 'fbfy STanding: Joyce Boley, Carol FiTzpa- Trick, Anne Killgore, HesTer BrenT, Gay CrampTon, Lynne WrighTnour. Sally Cardinell. SeaTed: Jeanie Baker, Val- erie Fillrins, Mary Lee Van Courf, Maire O'Shea, BeTsy Wood. CHEERLEADERS The M.H.S. cheerleaders began Their pracTicing lasT spring and again be- fore The opening of school for The coming foofball and baslceTball seasons. This year The squad was cuT from TourTeen To Twelve girls, making compeTiTion much sTiTTer. Mary Lee Van CourT and Maire O'Shea were elecTed co-capTains and have proved To be responsible and capable leaders. The school year was launched wiTh a spiriTed pep rally before The TirsT fooTball game. A number of rallies were held afTer school To bolsTer school spiriT. The final rally was held during school before The Thanksgiving Day game. Robed as a jury, The squad Tried To find who had sTolen The "HAT" which conTained bofh our Team spirif and our coach. The cheerleaders were a welcome sighT aT The baslceTball games, cheer- ing The Team To innumerable vicfories. They also were an exTra aTTracTion aT The Gridiron Ball and canTeen. Confinually busy, The girls praTicipaTed in The Modern Dance show. They, in coniuncTion wiTh The Lunchroom CommiTTee, sponsored a dance in honor of The baslceTball Team. gp if, QQ' 1 -sf inf K-Vi w Q 4' --'sv .sy in X bv .3 ' N ' ' V 4 .q V-Q. vga t 'f 1 r, gag.: ..,, f' V Y 3. at-If Sfandung Kay Cosfa Emuly Aushn NeTTue Clear BeTTy WauThs Kneelung Carol Spunellu PAT Bufler L K TWIRLERS WuTh PaT BuTler and Carol Foley acT ung as co capTauns The MonTclaur Hugh School Twurlers paraded Through several orugunal and luvely rouTunes Thus year These hugh sTeppung gurls made a preT'Ty pucTure un TronT oT The band durung The pregame and halTTume peruods aT The TooTball games An added aTTracTuon Thus year were The blue and whuTe pompoms whuch were aTTached To each oT The Twurlers baTons These creaTed a ver eyecaTchung and colorful eTTecT TogeT er wuTh The dancers The Twurlers puT on many unTeresT ung halTTume shows The TalenTs of The Twurlers were noT re sTrucTed To performung aT TooTball games They also Took parT un pep rallues aT MHS and varuous uuruor hugh schools The Twurlers rendered a greaT servuce To MonTclaur Hugh School by boosTung school spuruT 4' Y'-Q, FOOTBALL DANCERS When you see TwenTy preTTy and peppy gurls workung hard To creaTe a new and excuTung dance rouTune you know rughT away ThaT These gurls are The M H S TooTball dancers From The TursT day oT school To The TursT TooTball game They pracTuce every day To make a good halTTume show Tor The TooTball auduences These gurls are pucked durung Theur uunuor year Tor Theur dancung abuluTy and Theur abuluTy To work TogeTher Thus year Louuse Snelgrov and Eva Razdow were chosen by The group as co capTauns The TursT rouTune of The season was Come To The Faur wuTh a German band Tumblers and uuTTerbuggers TeaTured Halloween was celebraTed wuTh real luve ghosTs Each dancer decoraTed a sheeT and became a ghosT Tor The clay Needless To say Thus was enuoyed by all OTher rouTunes TeaTured were ATTer The Ball and Turkey un The STraw On Thanksguvung we were all enTerTauned wuTh Three dances One group danced To Turkey un The STraw a second group dud Dry Bones and They all uouned To geTher To do You ve GOT To Have HearT Thus year The TooTball dancers proved Themselves To be a necessuTy Tor every TooTball game and we hope To see Them un The TuTure enTerTaunung auduences 10 E 1 yggq , 1 l ,r U . . T: " N lr . . . u f 3 ' - ' T I - if 4 I Y '. . . . . t l I . . .' . ' ' A ,lj I , . 1? 'aff' I 1' 'A' T , I ' T-Q , ' . T ll 5 .' ,suv . Q TTTTW 24 M . l .. . .I . r, -, N - . . FET! K DFYAB1 LJ Fi Sm 9 Y Q W HNW 4 ,Q lg' 9. xeS..nl . Trimming The Chrnsfmas free In fhe lobby-an annual affaur Oil I sig, --UI -gl.. .gl I' .gl If ll' " 'gli' ."ll gli. .QQQU .. we Q, 32 . A 1' Don Wesson makes fhe firsr purchase ai fhe school sfore wiih Maire O'Shea, commiiiee chairman, ring- ing up 'Ihe sale. ",,.,S Enierfainmenf 'lime af lhe Gridiron Ball found fhe M.H.S foofball players pulling on a 'Fashion show. "Don'f fhe girls look lovely? Wafch fhose snaps Larry!" "The haf, lhe haf, where is Clary's hai? You undersiand fhe haf's fhe case. so 'lhe conse- quence you'Il have io face!" 113 "There is no place ihaf is dearor, hero in old Mon1cIair." Members of fha senior class enioying 'lhomselvos al' flue Gridiron Ball. ... ff. -af, X ' I f , , c 5 x . ' 1 S 'P The senior 'fable af firsf lunch is famed for Hs nealness: however. ills occupanfs of +l1is +able became irale af Mr. Seelbacl1's consfanl crilicism. Deciding io improve lhe iable's looks, flwey equipped if wifh a cenler- piece, lableclofh, napkins, and silverware. Unforfunafely, ihis change lasled only one day for fha fable soon reverled 'lo ils previous habils. 114 . . . fhe Junior Prom, a grand success for flue class of '57. . . . relaxing in fhe :effing of flue Arabian Nighfs af fhe Junior Prom. gg if An acfion slwof during flue Modern Dance Program 'Finds Sally Cardinell gracefully in- ferprefing fhe music. Marcia Alexander and Dan Klein, sfepping ouf, af an Infernafional Club parfy. dw If E Asrvw v lg Ti TAMKNT I 1 1 Q-43-Q '91 AS' 16' ,V 0 To fhe crazy sfralns of The Basun Sfreef Blues fhe 57 All Sfars are gnvung fheur fmal performance Soon fhey wall pack fhenr xnsfrumenfs and move on fo charm ofher audrences buf before fhey close old scores fo leave behnnd Merlnn Dorfman leaves hus slxde rule fo Leach Sue Hemmersley bequeafhes four mnlllon porfranfs fo Maxon s Sfudno To Rnckne Pels Valerie Fnlklns wlls fhaf walk Pefe Corby leaves hls whnfe shxrfs fo Dem: Mm ard whale Bob Buffon fnds some old spo fs 7 models fo gave Sfeve Langway Joan l'loboue we we Joan belng of sound mnnd sound body oh forgef abouf If Bobby Thompson leaves her sfafuesque grace fo Margie Gumm Bob Parfrldge bequeafhes fhaf lavender Hnllman Mnnx fo anyone fhaf wanfs If The serene knowledge fhaf nf wxll be nn experf hands walls hrs gold plafed key fo Don Howard Bob Hyde leaves hrs braces fo Lynn Tnfus who really doesnf need fhem Mnke Nrcholl Dlck Buf ferfleld and Pefe Work bequeafh fhear pacf fo Chuck Overby Fred Yaeger and fhe Hannes fwlns As fhe lasf few nofes due away fhe 57 All Sfars gafher fhelr nnsfrumenfs fogefher and leave fhe sfage empfy for fhe nexf band up .7 4. ', P! 1 -' if .47 ' - I Q 'J Q . A ' D ,U ...,,. it ,N 9' , , r vu , . 4 ,1 -. f fhelr music folios for fhe lasf fime, fhey find some H55 gone Complefely COIOF blind. pefe Hughes' In 1 s . Mr' I ' . ' . . . I ,. D., ' I ' " " , ' I r l - " ll...uh...uh... ll... .'. " ' . . . er . . . . . . - ALMA MATER Li'r'rle do we care, There is one place 'rhaf is clearer, Here in old Monfclair. Chorus: Raise Jrhe chorus. speed if onward, Sing wilh praises fair: Hail To 'rhee our Alma Mailer Hail, all hail, Moniclair. O'er fhe earlh our feel may wander, Baclc we come againg For The love of Monlclair High School, Ever will remain. Come rhen friends and come Then scholars, Raise 'rhe hearly song: Swell 'rhe chorus wilh your voices, Pass The slrain along. ANNE COE MITCHELL Young man, fhis whole course is opfional. Crusfacea, Coelenferaha, and Plafyhelminihos. N Y M1 xx , if Microcosm, Macrocosm, and Macbefh. FACULTY SOLOS Qi 5 g X 1 I I i.. 'Q ' wine 2' Q E gain ,F in A . 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PETER IBSEN-Agent CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1957 SUSANNE SAWYER DANCING CLASSES MRS C T STAUDINGER Frank and Eddles Market Qualzty Meats Poultry F runs Vegetables if Frozen Foods Free Dehvery Pllgrxm 6 3038 43 Watchung Plaza Montclair Typewriter Shop Excluswe Dzstrzbutors of OL! MPIA Typewrzters 454 Bloomfield Ave Nlontclalr 'V I Telephone PIlg,r1m 6 7437 Pllgrxm 4 6757 Vlola Hunt Gift Shop Cards Gzfts Imports 12.7 Watchung Ave Pllgrlm 4 6389 EBand.lH gg The LINEN SHOP 418 Bloomfield Avenue Montclalr N I Pllgrxm 6 6468 Towing, Road Service Franclose Brothers TEXACO SERVICE STATION Automotwe Xlamtenance and Repazrs Tires Tubes Batteries Accessorzes Wllnut and Forest Streets Montclalr N Valley Dlner 636 VALLEY ROAD UPPER NIONTCLAIR NEW JERSEY Pllgnm 4 1942 Montclair Anlmal Hospital Pugnm 4 6870 Bogart 8. Hansen, Inc ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS AND DEALERS 568 Bloomfield Avenue Montclalr N I I r ' - f' 1 - 4' - f ' 1 ' - 2 ' ' ' ' ', . J. : f ' - 1 1 H. R. DeCamp Montclair, N. J. . 154 VALLEY ROAD MONTCLAIR, N. J. . . . . Cle - 42 fs.. J, s H I I H 4 ,V , I A x. C0ng1 atulatzons To the M ontclazr H zgh School Class of 1957 And our best w1shes to each and everyone of you for success 111 all future endeavors, whether lt be 111 the busrness wo1 ld, college, or mllxtarv services BANKERS NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY MONTCLAIR N 1 President: Ralph R. Lounsbury Pllgriin 4-2433 WiIson's Seeds "A Growing Reputation" 284 BloomHe1d Avenue Opp. LiICk21VVilI1Illl Station Montclair, N Firestone Stores 232 BLOOMFIELD AVE. MONTCLAIR, N. I. Pilgrim 4-7600 W e s I e y ' s DIAMONDS . WATCHES - JEWELE1' 628 Valley Road Pllgrim 4-4111 Upper Montclair, N. J. Russell A. Fitt REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE 104 VVatchung Avenue Pllgrim 6-5811 Upper Montclair, N. J. Pllgrim 4-1600 MADISON S Books Statzonery Gzfts Greetmg Cards School Supplzes Photographzc Supplzes Luggage and Leather Goods 427 429 Bloomfield Avenue Montclalr N Pllgrlm 4 7700 BNIFXCIQFIOD Bros FRANK MARKER, Inc BUGS CARPETS L TY BAKERS RUG CLEANING QUA I Since 1915 44 Valley Road Pllgnm 4 2080 Montclalf 594 Valley Road Montclalr N W B HUGE ao' 1 fer Auto Electnczan Cofbo norms ICE cnEAM ,,,.,,,. ENERAIORS SALES and SERVICE Carburetor Igmtzon if Electrzc Ceda' Grove Motor Repazrs Chfton 152 Valley Road Ehzabefh Pllgnm 4 2210 Montclau N 'curvy fm G Upper Montcla1r Montclair Auto Dealers Assocmhon BUICK North Essex Bulck Co CADILLAC F1sher Cad1II3C Corp CHEVROLET Llndsley Chevrolet Inc CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH DeCozen Montclau' Co DeSOTO PLYMOUTH MOI1tCI31f Plaza Motors Inc DODGE PLYMOUTH Cassner Motors Inc FORD Estate Motors Inc LINCOLN MERCURY Clarldge Motors Inc OLDSMOBILE Frank A Reeve Co PACKARD Packard 1n Montclalr Inc PONTIAC-Blauvelt Pontiac Co STUDEBAKER-Montclair Sales Co. Congratulations to the Class of 1957 PAUl'S o UPPER MONTCLAIR PHARMACY, FLQEIEJRS Inc. 629 B VALLEY ROAD Upper Montclair New Jersey 6 South Park Street Montclair, N. Pllgrim 6-6411-6412 Pllgrim 4-1665 Compliments of The Junior Council Pllgrim 4-9751 Open Daily 7:00 A.M. - 9:00 PBI. K e y K o r n e r MOBILE SERVICE STATION Road Seruce Complete Lubncatzon Serwce Buttenes Tzres Valley Road and Lorramc Ax enue Pllgrim 6-1313 Stanton Company, Realtors REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE 16 Church Street, Montclair, N. I. Pllgrim 4-6255 Emzqale PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES 254 Park Street Upper Xlontclalr 0 DOWD S DAIRY PURE MILK AND CREAM BUTTER AND EGGS O ce Dazry 91 Mldl md Avenue Pme Brook Pllgrlm 4 6440 CA1dwel16 9637 Headquarters for H1gh Qualzty Auclzo if Telewszon Equzpment NVe SpCC13.l1Z6 IH pleasmg the cr1t1cal customer At Perdues you can hear all the fine makes of Radxo Phonographs and all brands of custom lnstallatlon components PERDUE RADIO C0 8 South Park Street Montclalr N -Q, I I I . . ... ' 2 ' , N. . , n 1 L, Lg'-5 1 1 ff f ru f , I I li - lt f A 1-if fr-'j - K ' ,n ' I 'G N ' uf 9. J e OSBORNE and MARSEllIS CORPORATION Upper MODtCld1f N PIlgr1m 4 6400 LUMBER MASONS MATERIAL YARD AND GARDEN SUPPLIES Pllgrlm 4 9553 T u m m e I s AND ICE CREAM 631 Valley Road Upper Montalfur N J Complmzents of J and l Meyers 5 8. IO 607 VALI E1 ROAD Pllgnm 6 9607 Upper Niontclalr N Pllgrlm 6 8819 N A T l O N A l Cleaners Tullors Furrlers MASTERS OF QUALITY WORK Sczentzfic Dry Cleanmg Plant an Premzses Furs Repazred Cleaned Cla ed Stored 133 Crowe Street MOHtCla1f N Bellevue Texaco Stuhon Kenneth E Decker Sr Prop Car Washing, if Szmomzmg, Tzres df Tubes Batteries Road Sermce Auto Reparrs Motor Tune Up Brake Service 201 Bellevue Ave Upper lWTODtCl8lI' CHARLES S HOLMES HOLMES AND C0 ZX -5" REALTORS IRSURAVCE HOMES W atchung Plaza Upper Niontclalr Pllgnm 4 3460 C O 1 ' , . 1. ' ' - . J 3 'Z J ' , . I . , ., . HOME MADE CANDY . N' - lj - z.xN 1 I O 0 U ' - A I - . ' . , Al. ' , Pllgrim 4-2400 JOHN Bl0NDEl 8. SON Dependable Retail Fuel Merchants 98 Glen Ridge Avenue Montclalr, N . Pllgnm 6 4884 Laundromat John Nlghland QNE HAIF HOUR LAUNDR1 PICTURES AND MIRRORS ARTISTS MATERIALS 313 Orange Road Momdau' xl 1315 Nhdland Avenue Xlontclaxr N I GIL TEN 88 Church Street Pllgrlm 4 7773 Nlontclalr lN I Pllgnm 6 0765 FOR BETTER SHQES MUIESHC Bllfbel' Special: mg 1n luufer Bros LADIES and CHILDRENS HAIRCUTS JUVENILE ORTHOPEDIC FOOTWEAR 223 Bellevue Avenue Nlontclalr N I 307 Orange Road Xiontclall' N J Pllgnm 6 3663 Clara Volen H A T S Young Dzgerent PHARMACY 28 South Park Street Montclalr N I Pllgrlm 4 2113 Upper Nlontclalr .9 8 L . ",l.I. -'A' , A 'YLQ' ll ' - A 1', l. . 1' - 7 X A f X-Q4 g V A Q 5 5 N.. K . A . Q' :A N li' ifitr. f , A-Jn 4 .5 , DelANOY 8. KIPP INCORPORATED Pllgrlm 4 6060 GOODRICH TIRES Henry Goepfert, Inc DISTRIBUTORS 8 BloomHLld Ave Montclalr N I Robert D Brudner, Jr, Inc ll D BI"lC1llCI' Ir D A Fuslllr Regzstered Pharmacists 33 Watchung Pllzl Pllgrlm 4 7676 Montelaxr N I I Ilbfllll 6 7780 INSURANCE SPILCIALISTS 1882 19.37 Grove Tullormg CLLANING AND DXEING 81 Walnut St F Nlxflucu Prop Nlontclalr IN I 57 YVall Street 50 Valley Road ew York lN Y Nlontcl ur N Stanley M Crowell Co DISPENSING OPTICIANS 76 South Park Street near Church Street P1lL,I'llll 41060 Nlontclalr N I E E LACH STORAGE WAHEHO USES PIlgr1m 6 3800 Nol speclallst m paclcmg W J f ff f" an nn local movmg storage, long cllstonce movmg L, Kip..- C 6 4 - . ' ', . . l I l 1 ft , ' I. n U. 9 r ' . 4 V l I N , l. . 1 'z' , . - ' -' r . - pf l l - 1 , . . V. E I u lla.. tk o o I . . f. I - . fits- IIC. . ,pw a "7 1 if 1' ',, 4 - 2:2 d R W7 f' ' - . . ,A N l,VR:LN - 3 JQ 1 - - 1 Q' Com! lzments ougamx' wx RTRNT CHM' comma M A10 N N JO PX 'ga MQPVTCL UPPER ENUF' 9106 Av 3 a O cull Portrazt Photographer NIITCHELL KELLY of the Assoczate Photographer 1957 Amphztheatre J ' .- Of PM 1 X rim 6-X36 MR- N' J' 9 F. M 1 n 'a 2,- r-"" 9,21- Q ,p-s BEST WISHES TO THE MONTCLAIR HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1957 The MOUNTAINEER Why not subscrzbe to The Mountameer by mazl after youve graduated? 1 9 2 O 9 5 7 Pllgrim 4 6482 Modern Eye Wear Ru' h E. Marshall Moline-Kronberg 8. Co., Inc. P TAILORS AND CLEANERS GUILD OPTICIANS 1 A Established 1911 5 Church Street Montc air, 1. I. - ' ' - . 225 Lorraine Avenue Upper Montclair fHlHCk Buildingj Pllgrim 4-6128 MONTCLAIR DRUG C0 Inc Pllgrim 6-5898 ,IQ Foot Fair 597 Valley Road Upper Montclair, N. I. SHOES Pllgrim 6-1331 20 Church Street Montclair, N. I. Hats, Furnishings, Sport lVear 30 Church Street, Montclair, N. I. Pilgrim 6-9757-9759 Parking in Rear "A su tiempo maduran las ueasf' - SPANISH CLUB "Aide-toi, le ciel t'aidera.' - FRENCH CLUB "Natura nihil rnortalibus derlit sine magno laboref' - LATIN CLUB Montclair Surgical Supply 12 MIDLAND AVENUE Pllgrim 6-3666 MONTCLAIR, N. J. Night Phone Shop Phone Pllgrim 6-0424 Pllgrim 4-7888 Central Crah RE-UPHOLSTERING Slipcovers and Draperies Made to Order 324 Orange Road I. C. Allen Montclair, N. I. With every good wish for the future of the Members of the Class of 1957 Ruth Wllson School of Dancing STUDIO COMMONWEALTH CLUB OF UPPER MONTCLAIR 3 Braemore Road Upper Montclair, N Pllgnm 4 7802 511. J var mu pg if G2 X aku if O C 3 -7 3 6 ' .11 1+ ' MW'-'A'-' -1 M - f Pi . 3. . W of arxig-,, -A J f if , - ". ,lg A, L' f l I :V ra I 1 ' 5 A w- " 1- , -WX V A Lx iw-' we ' 4 , 3.4. ., , . not-f rg U' 4, ' .3 , , ,,. l . .. . . ,,,, ., - an - is 5 U , , . 1 4 s ' I" K . I ' I . 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