New Brunswick High School - Advocate Yearbook (New Brunswick, NJ)

 - Class of 1968

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'ws - 9 ,Vx +11 ftvmcxit fu 73 rkhfnlgzv Al fffal LN 7 1 "uf M11 'LA 4 4 a 1 A i ' ni 4 Tr "1 'lg ir' R lx 1 L orewofvlyou Q .IW - at X lf- v 1 by lff., 761, 71 ,, iy , X JD' WH A ' W if-" EEHIISE, GK? ii' Y VR W blk? L c class mf oo' , s , J . High school is a mirror. ooklng into this mirror, we I y V vi i' - see reflected the image of a committee at work, a foot- if 'lf ' M," T ball game, a friend, a club, a teacher, a classroom. We, I V13' y,llml,.w ' the class of nineteen hundred and sixty-eight, are grateful il" wg' W' lyllffkl for the knowledge that New Brunswick has given us. Z fl' ,llflflr The pages of this yearbook will mirror again the .. i ,lf memories of our stay at Brunswick. We will be reminded W of the spirit that was, and the spirit that will always be. 1 ' Our remembrances will be everlasting. To each person, high school has a special signifi- cance. When we, the hundred and first graduating class, look through this yearbook, each page will have a different meaning, a different memory. But all of us will remember the days gone by when New Brunswick High School was a part of the present, not of our past. FJ, fl m or'-S1 'l . Aa MW A 'sie l fy l M ,ff W We fied WM UNA css' 055 x -B X, jpg 'Wi l 1' M N235 ,LK -Kev" w 1 r l i r z i l cjbecbcafion We, the class of 1968, take pride in dedicating our yearbook to you, Mr. Nelson. Throughout these three years, you have generously given of your time, knowledge, and guidance, both as a friend and adviser. With your unfaltering sense of humor, you have seen us through all our undertakings, from the Sophomore Bus Committee to the Senior Prom. We sincerely thank you for helping to make our high school years memorable ones and we wish you continued success and ioy in your future endeavors. ,,,,, ,,,,, ,, , ,, , fjkiduie fo iss The Class of 1968 wishes to take this opportunity to express its most sincere thanks to you, Miss "K," for all the hours which you have unselfishly devoted on our behalf. Your good cheer and constant encouragement have proved invaluable in the creation of this, our Yearbook. Your endeavors have instilled within us lasting qualities of character which have proved not only of inestimable worth in school but which will also continue to prove so throughout our lifetime. We hope that this tribute may in some small way acknowledge our debt to you. In leaving, we wish you all the happiness and success in the world. 66 79 :3s'f2:911'mSif' 'MTH A Q ffMm'f.-1:51ws?wwf-ssffefzkr QMS WM' Q xi.'Qg5f15L1Wfggggg ?f L 453335533332 ?fgg 35:3fg f gZfe 2 gZ ff31 J N: H if .8352 1 5 Mg fx A . PQ55i5Lf5fx5f4?3wsfZ QQ, 25283 ' Q6 'S wi Q23 E Y f ,I E v+,s5s:i1,3wQfQ3Eez2gL 5551 Rig Q if fsfw y g g igag ps Q53 AS kv if ,, vm 'YPSWLXJW'fwiTf2f424?'2ff,aiiifgis Wm ew Lffy ggw viirmzf --,w fwilniraf ' M f f mwfafsf w u:"sV-izafiswzf"x1'-fffifwfiz , 21 2 ' 1-23 '53 Y, 5 2 E 9 ? saw'mmswwamamwwaxammamwwrmw1m:wmmsmaawmnwa.r'wwi1xUSm:w:wwwxseafhw-.f ,LW As we Think back on our years at N.B.H.S., we shall realize that the faculty has been instrumental in making us the people! we are. Because of their cooperative nature, their friendliness and their dedication to their students, their subiects, and their school, they have taught us our lessons well. These lessons extend beyond the academic disciplines, and have improved us as human beings. The faculty has guided us, they have helped us, they have inspired us when we felt little inspiration, they have been friends. The class of T968 would, therefore, like to extend its thanks to those people who have made our stay at N.B.H.S. a profitable and enioyable one. aw -I , I :i P x g 5 5 E .Q 4 12 13 if M 2 a 19 zo m,,L 5 3 26 2? , . i 152353 " WILLARD LINDSTROM Principal "DisfipIine should come from within." SAMUEL GORDON JOHN FERRIDAY Vige.P.-inqipal "The warning bell has rung "Get me a messenger." MYRTLE DUMONT Secretary "I've a million messages for Mr. Lindstromf' JEAN LANG Secretary "I can't stand this." XV ANN NESTOR Secretary Here's another message, girls. MADELEINE ZYSKOWSKI Secretary "Not another restricted lunch!" The principal job of the office staff is to tend to the enormous volume of paper work which accompanies the operation of New Brunswick High School. Very often, necessary tasks require a great deal of time and energy on the part of our administrators and their secretaries. Many of the important duties which they perform frequently pass unnoticed and therefore, unappreciatecl, because few are aware of the many facets of operating a high school of almost two thousand students. With nineteen full-time teachers, the English Depart- ment is the largest in New Brunswick High School, in- volving all the students enrolled. All English courses stress the importance of the communication skills: reading, writing, speaking and listening. The curriculum emphasizes the responsibilities which freedom of speech and of the press place upon the individual, in an attempt to train the student to make thoughtful and critical use of the mass media of commu- nication. Teachers continually correlate the appreciation of life situations in literature with those of the student's daily existence. ln our ever-changing society, the ultimate goal of the English Department is to aid the student to develop himself to the highest level of his potential in order that he may lead a socially useful and personally satisfying life. MARGARET CHANG "I don't quite see your point." CATHERINE ROWLAND Department Head "Ooohh - class."' wiv-1 K Timm ROBERTA DEVLIN "That's punnyf' GRACE ELLIS "Now, hush." EVA GROSSMAN ROBERT HARDING "My journalism classes will take "Oh, I guess so. Go ahead." care of it." PAULA HIRSCHOFF PETER KRAUSZER ESTHER MCCRACKEN Give specihc examples." "Let's hear this." "Turn to page two-ty-two WYCLIFFE MCCRACKEN GERALD MELECH "May I have 30 seconds?" "Right!" wflile Ilfl? lf VIRGINIA PISHIONERI RAY PRESNAL Thatis only the hrs! bell." "At my funeral tell them how I am BERNARD STARK FRANK TOTTEN "Notice the .... " "Where do you belong, young man?" YOLAN VARGA ELSIE WALLACE "Listen, sweetie .... ' "Wait for the second bell." 1 The nucleus of learning at New Brunswick High School is the library. Hundreds of students flock there daily to find research material in reference books and periodicals, or lust to enioy wholesome, worthwhile fiction in the form of novels, short stories, drama, and poetry. Thousands of volumes, covering almost any subject imagin- able from etiquette to relativity, are available to all students. Our library staff may take pride in being of such valuable service to so many. ROBERT HORN "Do I have all the attendance slips?" BETTY BOCHERT Secretary 1 "Do you have an accountzng yet? EU DO RA BOUCHARD "It'x getting a little too clubby in here." l I 1 JOEL CHESKlN "Knock it of." GERALD FITZGERALD "By George!" Y MILDRED RYAN Department Head "Are you going to inspire us today?" MARION FITZGERALD SAMUEL GIOE RUTH HORN "Do you have a contribution?" "Mind if I smoke?" "Let's circle up RUTH KASTELANSKY "C'est la vie." ARLENE RADER "Hush, people . . ." The Social Studies Department strives to educate the students of history and geography in the fundamental relationships between people of all races, cultures, and creeds of all generations. The department wishes each student to contrast himself with people of other lands and to recognize the common bonds shared by all men everywhere. A great deal of emphasis is placed upon the study of various forms of government. In this manner, the student gains a deep respect for all nations and peoples. The ultimate result of diligent study is a student who has prepared himself well for his position as a citizen of his community, nation, and world. ANN OZIO PAUL PRUSINSKI "Close your books and take Pet up against the wall everything og your desk." AL RlNALDl WALTER WILSON "In this great democracy of ours..." Where are you going? The Business Education Department has done much to augment and enrich the business programs of New Brunswick High School. In this department a basic busi- ness "sense" is developed in the student through the instruction imparted by the teachers. Such skills as typing, instruction in business machines, and business administra- tion are included in this program. This "sense," as it may be called, is taught not only as an educational skill, but is carried also through the practical aspects of business. A special iob program, the purpose of which is the practical application of the factors of the student's knowl- edge, is available. Through this method of iob placement, the student may earn while he learns for his future. rw ROBERT KUCHINSKI HAROLD BROCCOLETTl DORIS BRYANT Department Head "Sit down and take the gum out of "All rzglzt, quiet now." "What do you mean?" your mouth." BARBARA CHILAKOS "Don't forget." JOHN DONOHUE "Look ashamed." SALLY FLINK "Make ll mark." PATRICIA GRABER n... "Pay your homeroom dues JOHN KOSAKOWSKI ADRIENNE MAIORANO FRED SCHENCK "Stop, Time's up." "You know.. ." "All right, sit down. ELEANOR KRUSMAN . PETER MALAFI RICHARD STOOP "Yes, there are a lot of inconsistencies "Can you hear me?" "How some they all.. in Gregg notehandf' 'mf if R KATHERINE LASATER FRANK PURCELL EDWARD WASCAVAGE "HN" "All right, people, the period's "Knock it off." almost up." n SOL WHITMAN Department Head "Am I keeping you awake?" The mathematics which we have learned during our stay at New Brunswick High School will provide us with an excellent foundation in the years to come. We will find that mathematics is applicable in every day lite, but, more important, we will see that through the study of mathe- matics our minds have become a bit better organized. The members ot the Mathematics Department are dedicated to laying good mathematical foundations, and at the same time developing good, logical thinkers. We would, therefore, like to thank the math teachers for their guidance and instruction in the past three years. BLANCHE BAIER "Say what you mean FRED BROWN I'Fake it." ROLAND FOG JOSEPH LUCAS "Now where is everybody going?" ". . . all this garbage . . ." LILLIAN GRAY "Right?" this " CAROL FREIHAUT ' Q C I 1 DoRoTHY WALLEN I can't wait 'til I get my jaguar." "What am I going to do with M KJV this class?" K V . 'N ' , I IM yi DAVID KUTLIROFF Department Head "Linen to what I think, not what I say." The major aim ot the Science Department is to en- courage the student to employ deductive reasoning in the solving of problems. Through application ot the basic principles of the science, be it biology, chemistry, or physics, the student solves problems and attempts to discover new ideas. This process of logical reasoning will be useful to the student throughout his college career and the rest of his life. Another aim ot the Science Depart- I ment is to instill in the student a curiosity about the world around him. The sciences are not limited to iust college- bound students, however. Courses in general biology and general chemistry are designed to give the non-college- bound student a glimpse into science as- well as to develop his ability to make and record observations and to work precisely in the laboratory. MARGARET BERTALAN "Helter-skelterf' STEPHEN BUCHAUER 'Let's keep it down H ROY CARTER JO-HN NELSON "Detention Monday." "I haven't looked yet to see what the book has to say." MARY HARRIS "Oh, did I hear a story about you." JOHN FERRIDAY MILTON TEICH Who let out the fruit fly?" "Wait a while." 'H ow JOAN BORNHEIMER would you like to .... ?" gf FRAN K MUMBER Department Head "Quatschkopf." In today's world, lust as a nation can not isolate itself from the other countries, so also an individual is obligated to learn about foreign lands and peoples. Progress in communication and transportation has drawn people of all countries closer together, and has made extensive foreign travel possible. Such travel enables us to understand better the world in which we live. A study of foreign languages prepares the student for the role he must play as a citizen of the world. Not only does he learn the language of the foreign country, but he also gains knowledge and understanding of its culture, cus- toms, literature, and history. HELEN COUPHOS ADELE JACOB Come on now, people, let's be "0tra vez." quiet." NANCY KERNS "Silence, class." MARIE MARTIN EMMA SILBER "Oh, pooh!" "Mademoiselles, messieurs ,Q W v ARLENE PATEMAN JOAN FISHER ROSALIE RUSSELL Okay guys "Oh, dear..." "Girls help me with the spelling The girls of New Brunswick High School are fortunate in that They are well prepared in the basics of home- making by the time they graduate. Fine sewing and cooking courses are offered to those girls with a Home Economics course of study. In cooperation with the Physical Education Department, every girl is required to take home nursing in her sophomore year, home manage- ment as a iunior, and family living in her senior year. All of these courses help the girls to be prepared for the home life which they will enter in the future. HARRIET VOGEL JUDITH WATKINS Whos behmd the curtain now?" "Why were you absent? ROBERT JONES RALPH LENER PATRICK LEONE All right you guys "Careful, now . . ." Get to work' Shop classes are a vital part of the daily schedule for some boys at New Brunswick High School. These classes are informative as well as enjoyable. ln the various shop classes, the boys make very useful items. The boys become familiar with the process and technique of welding in the metal shop classes. In wood shop, the boys are introduced to the elementary funda- mentals of carpentry. Auto mechanics is another shop class that attracts attention. The boys, the potential "grease monkeys," actually work on cars while learning. At the end of the year, many boys leave their shop classes ready to go into the field in which they have been studying or to further their study in this field on a more advanced level. For those who have acquired a real skill, a rewarding and challenging future lies ahead. GEORGE MEYER JOHN PARKER LAWRENCE ZEIDLER Such talk "All right, let's have the noise." Dont mess GEORGE KRAUSS Department Head "I d0n't want to waste time talking, but . . ." The Art and Music Departments give to those students who have the ability a chance for expression. These students also are encouraged to develop these abilities and interests under qualified supervision. The courses which are offered by the Art Department include acquaintance with all phases of art and experi- mentation with various media. The students are in- structed in the basics of the field and are encouraged to develop their own talent, creativity, and self-expression. The Art Department participates in school proiects such as illustrating the school publications and preparing decorations for social functions. The Department also presents student exhibits for the enjoyment of the faculty and student body. The Music Department offers instruction in music appreciation, choral work, orchestra, and band. In music appreciation class, students develop a solid appreciation of music combined with the fundamental elements of music. The choral work includes an acquaintance with fine music through listening. The orchestra and band are open to all students and offer diverse types of selections. Special activities of the Music Department include the A Cappella Choir and the Stage Band. All organizations of the department participate in assembly programs, broadcasts, and concerts. DAVID AUSTIN "Music begins where words leave off' HERBERT HUFF "Pink, pitch HELENMARIE ALEXANDER "Let's clean up now." RONALD CASE "Who put the pistachio nuts in the sink?" KLEMENS FIGULSKI ELEANOR HAWK EDWARD SKLADANY Now theres where we could run "This will only take a minute." "You guys look like a bunch of The Guidance Department provides many facilities which help students make the most of their school experiences. Counseled on individual, home room, and class bases, each student has the opportunity to attain the highest personal development of which he is capable. The Guidance Department attempts to answer questions con- cerning course requirements, personal problems, school records, and future plans of each individual. It plays a very important role in advising the student about the present and preparing him tor the future. JOYCE RUDOLPH DOROTHY BAGNELL Secretary Secretary "May I help you?" "What can I do for you?" rinkydinksf' ff:-'L FRANCIS WOODS What can I do for you? l PETER CATANESE 0. K., you clowns." MAURO GROSSO "You all . . ." JOHN RAGONE Department Head Physical well being is not only a matter of possessing physical fitness. Instead, an upright and alert character must also be present in a sound body to insure success in today's world. The New Brunswick High School Physical Education Department hopes to build perceptive and intelligent minds as well as vigorous, well-disciplined bodies. The aim of this department is to develop, through health and safety classes, an understanding of proper social behavior and a sense of civic responsibility. As the Physical Education Department continues to strengthen our bodies, it, likewise, strives to foster not only a whole- some, competitive spirit but also socially accepted attitudes of behavior. "I remrfmlzer the time when JOSEPH QUIGLEY Trainer "You're the greatest!" NORMAN MESEROLL FREDERICK SIMS Boys, thix is the best class I have." "Let's kick this around for a while DOROTHY ALDERFER GERALDINE BROWN "0. K., girls . . ." Now girls The New Brunswick High School Girls' Physical Education Department strives to develop physical fitness by stressing coordination, poise and grace through sports and exercise. Active participation in competitive sports among classes has instilled in us a sense of good sports- manship. This spirit of fair play will help us to get along with people in our adult life. In addition, the skills which we have developed will make for better use of leisure time in the future. SUZANNE LAYTON MATILDA KOSAKOWSKI "All right, now . . ." u ran t stop on a dime EILEEN HOLTON School Nurse I don't believe it." JEANNETTE SNOWMAN School Nurse Where's your note from the doctor?" The course of study provided by the Agriculture Department provides instruction and training in agriculture and related occupations. The emphasis in the course is on horticulture and ornamental horticultural enterprises. Class- room instruction is supplemented with field trips, shop practice, the school beautification proiect, and participation in the "Future Farmers of America," a national organization of high school agriculture students. ROBERT BORNSTEIN You guys look like a bunch of bananas." HERBERT WRIGHT "Get to work." The Driver Education Program gives many students an opportunity to learn the skills and techniques of safe driving on the best equipped cars and under the super- vision of well qualified teachers. As the number of cars on today's highways increases, safety consciousness, as well as skill, is extremely important and the New Bruns- wick High School Driver Education Program is the best way to gain such awareness. WILLIAM DOLL Where do you think you are, in England?" The two occupational training classes in New Bruns- wick High School help students prepare for jobs outside of school. ln addition to concentrating on their studies, the classes also work together on a project. Interests in hobbies are encouraged as individuals strive to become productive citizens. MOSES COBB "Let's listen to the announcements o ur efiring eac er We, the class of 1968, wish to express our gratitude and Thanks to Miss Blanche Baier, who after many years of dedi- cated teaching, is leaving New Brunswick High School. Many of our horizons were widened because of her efforts to teach us the wonders of mathematics. Not only do we wish to thank Miss Baier for her excellent instruction, but we would also like to express our appreciation for her guidance, understanding, and friendship. We hope that she has enioyed teaching us as much as we have enjoyed learning from her. No student whom she has taught will ever forget her mathematics class or the magic of ALICE IN WONDERLAND! Miss Baier, please accept our heartfelt thanks and deep appreciation for all you have done for us. We sincerely hope that the future will bring for you many wonderful years of health and happiness. "THlS WILL BE ON YOUR TEST" "WHAT'S UP?" "LOOK WHAT I FOUND!" "HELPS BUILD STRONG BODIES TWELVE WAYS N. I .I DO YOU UNDERSTAND? YES? . . . NO? . . ." "ANY QUESTIONS, GIRLS?" Cafeferia Staff Seated: Marion Redmond, Marfha Lufzen, Patricia Hildebrand, Claire McCawley, Sally De Candia Standing Josephine Clementi, Jean Schwar, Helen Buyachek, Mary Varga, Mary Ferguson, Claire Elliot, Margie Compton Cusfocbal Sfaff First Row: Mr. Robert Shamy, Mrs. Theresa Spinelli, Mr. William Cruse. Second Row: Mr. Robert Doyle, Mr. Joseph Marguccio. "ALL WOUND UP" "BEST FOOT FORWARD" 'MADE IN MILLTO'WN" "GOBBLE GOBBLE GOBBLE "HIYA, JOE!" "YOU GOTTA HAVE THTYLE HMOMENTUM IS CONSERVED" I NEVER FORGET ANYTHING" "Sl" v ' kiwi , Q V 3 ' 4,15 ,figw W, A is , S Q ' f - -iw ' A , ,,,,, Wig. ,, LA iixjgnw 'f mg wif? Wk? E HAR 'af , me W f,,, sr -1 Kev mg, ,V N , R .V mw,,Mf,.f,zm1,f,f . . via: I ff, W x 1 A x V4 J YA fy .lf jfimkaz 755:'iissfgfmzesfzgigg5 tg , gg5ig3zgQgs? 3' 933 .s1Lr'fwLw,5,, 5:,i,ff-ff- ' ,vm.f,'Wf - f 3 K .,., gy , 1.43 -fu 15,5 Y ii Ai? Aff? Gi El 2 9: I vii' Qu ,' ' 4-, Q fs:-5.5 fi: .2 91' 5' fs gff K 'Ti'11sms?1 im, f 2? , MM. A ' ww - SQA , 3 ,L , fwMfyw,fw,w4,,,fL. f - . 1- T . v:::f,:,. ,. ' 1 3 , V, . , ,y Q' . L , Z if aim 3. Ji, 1- 5 1-wx 5 U , Y 2413 2 12353. H w , . 5' Q2 SL . : :,:::1,:E, . A . kiwi " eww, U ,5 S 5,595 , -ggi 4 Ay, xe 1 ,, ,S A LZ, ,W ,mi W QSM W, Jiffy-Q ,j 1 153 M 1 13135 'fam A ml X ' 5:31 Our three exciting years as students of New Bruns- wick High School have passed so quickly! When we first entered high school, we were uncertain of what the future would bring. As seniors, we are well prepared for whatever lies ahead. In New Brunswick High School we have gained much academic knowledge, but even more important is the practical knowledge we have acquired about life. By working and playing together, we have become better people, and our characters and personalities have developed. Through our experiences together, we have grown intellectually, emotionally, and socially. Our three wonderful years in New Brunswick High School have, indeed, built a firm foundation for all our endeavors in the future. Cl ss of 7968 9 resialeni 5 essage As we, the class of 1968, prepare for graduation, we are caught in a moment of reflection about ourselves and our vast complex world. Ahead of us lies an uncertain future, promising all the excitement and heartache which life imparts. Behind us are many fond memories of New Brunswick High School, before us an unknown crossroad which we are hesitant to take. Nostalgically looking back over our three years in high school, we realize that they have been years of maturing and developing. With the help of our dedicated teachers, advisers, and administrators, and as a result of their guidance and inspiration, we have learned the meanings of "tolerance for one's fellow man," "respect for the ideas of others," and "humility in behavior," so that these phrases are no longer mere words but values instilled in us, that will have no small effect upon our lives as useful, responsible citizens. Although the road appears obscure and mysterious, it should not be feared. For the first time in our lives, we shall have freedom to decide maior issues concerning our own destiny and we, alone, shall be responsible for the successful pursuit of our goals. Our aspirations will undeniably vary greatly. Some of us will further our education by attending institutions of higher learning. Other unselfish classmates will serve patriotically in one or another of our armed services. The rest of us will seek iobs. Whatever endeavor we pursue, we will unmistakably rely upon the knowledge, skills and good iudgment acquired while students at New Brunswick High School. Speaking for the class officers, Paul Lombardo, vice-president: Rose Ann Brown, secretary, Joan Schmidt, treasurer, and myself, I would like to express to you our gratitude for allowing us to serve as your representatives. We extend our wishes for prosperity and happiness in the future at this, the end of our memorable three years in New Brunswick High School as the Class of '68. Class SOPHOMORE YEAR N.B.H.S., we've arrived-the class of '68 all ready to go . . . New homeroom teachers- for three years, yet! . . . "Where,s l23?v-"I don't know, I lost my map, too! . . . All those numbers-homeroom, student, subject and teacher code, zip code, locker gym-We'll need a computer . . . Such a bright colorful school -cinder block walls and windowless rooms . . . Air conditioning sure is nice-but all year 'round?? . . . "To be specific, seniors are ter- rificv-will orientation ever end? . . . Punish- ment assembly-I hope they didnit catch me . . . After three weeks, lockers are assigned- Whew, what a relief . . . The gym's soo big and the library's sooo gorgeous . . . Money, money, money-Student Council AND home- room dues . . . Bob Brown, Linda Taylor, Nancy Kless, and Georganne Mackaronis head the class . . . Sophomore party-two more years and we can call it a prom . . . Biology, Geome- try, Steno-summer school, here we come! . . . Time to sign up for committees-"Can I join P.A.P.? . . . Something new-pep rally!! . . . Soph spirit first to sponsor class bus to football games . . . Our float outshines all others at Thanksgiving game . . . Fifty yard dash to the mailbox-report cards are home . . . NEDT tests -I hope my college boards aren't that low! . .. "Pillow Talki' a big success. . . Pecans, cashews, caramels?-S.C. candy sale for the scholarship fund . . . Our first Youth Week elections with real voting machines-"how do I get outta here? . . . Is sophomore year really over??? . . . Upper classmen at last . . . JUNIOR YEAR Here we go again-one down and two to go . . . What a bunch of sophs-did we look that scared? . . . Joe Marchetta, Skip Reed, Janis Flanagan and Ioan Schmidt elected class oflicers . . . Brunswick grills P-Burgers . . . Bob Brown, Nancy Kless and Paul Lombardo serve on S.C. Executive Committee . . . Drama classes produce Kind Lady . . . Santa Claus flies in for a guest a pearance at "Snowman Shuffle" . . . Merit Scrfiolarship Tests already? . . . Peanut butter squares for the candy sale- what a sticky business . . . "Have you seen the new curtains in the library?-just like home... isforcy First try at college boards-there's always next year . . . Thirty-three juniors make the National Honor Society-don't forget your flashlight . . . "Hawaiian Dream" theme of Junior Dance-oh, poi! . . . Smash musical, "High Button Shoes" celebrates N.B.H.S.' 100th year. . .juniors, most spirited, march as number one class in cen- tennial parade . . . Longest third period in history-East Coast blackout . . . First field day in years-juniors take the field in athletic events . . . Exchange student, Carlo Andreani, spends summer in El Salvador . . . Goodbye, class of '67 . . . OK, patio, make ready for the class of '68 . . . SENIOR YEAR N.B.H.S. starts second hundred years. School welcomes Mr. Sims, our new football coach . . . Joe, Paul, Rose Ann and joan chosen as class officers . . . P.A.D.-Two a.m. already and Iim only on the Introduction! . . . Senior pictures-save me one! . . . College applications -"only seven or eight, Miss Hawk!" Linda Taylor, Miss N.B.H.S., reigns at the Hobble Gobble . . . Last chance at college boards. Drama classes put their "Best Foot Forwardi' . . . A first-exchange student from Chile, Enrique Berrios . . .29 Seniors ioin the ranks of the Honor Society. . .Teachers romp at Faculty F rolic-look at that chorus line! . . . Leap Year brings Twirp Dance-"what boy did you ask?', . . . Youth Week-witty, rival politicians run for city office . . . College acceptances-"I thought they'd never come" . . . Stupendous, colossal Senior Carnival . . . "VVhere's Charleyi' a huge success! . . . Final finals . . . Senior Prom-a night to remember . . . Dinner-Dance -Seniors dine and dance at the Greenbrier . . . Field Day-students go sporty! . . . Fare- well assembly-last meeting in the Auditorium . . . Yearbook Signing "Pat -who took my pen? . . . Rehearsal, jittery n s. sorrowful tears-GRADUATION! . . . Goo - dear old hallowed halls of N.B.H.S .... Hello, d, here we come! JUDITH ADOCHIO "Little One" 73 South St., Milltown Office Co-op "Too Izuxy to grow." Gymnastics Club, Basketball Club, Sewing Club, Office Ass't, HR V. Pres. Future: Office Work PATRICIA ANDERSON "Trisha" 137 Livingston Ave. Business Ed. "Her silence far outdoes the speech of others." French Club. Future: lBM School GEORGE AKERLEY "George" 15 Beechwood Pl., No. Bruns. General 'fThere is no substitute for talent." Orchestra, Band, Dance Band, Brass Ensemble. Future: College CARLO ANDREANI "Carlo" 137 Joyce Kilmer Ave. College Prep "Faithful to duty, to the end, A perfect sport and a loyal friend." Bridge Club, Spanish Club, College Planning Club, Highlights Reporter, Exchange Student, HR V. Pres., Advocate Staff, National Honor Society. Future: College SUSAN ALLINDER "Sue" 191 So. Main St., Milltowni Secretarial "Pretty to walk with, witty to talk with, clever to know." PAP Comm., GAA, Highlights Rep., HR V. Pres., HR Pres., HR Sec'y, Jr. Dance Comm., Jr. Class Co-ordinator, Lunchroom Comm., Social Comm., Pep Club, Girls Basketball, Point and Award Comm., Office Ass't to Mrs. Rowland, Highlights Typist. Future: Secretarial School ROBERT APPLEGATE "Bob" 66 Millers La., Milltown College Prep "A quiet, friendly fellow." Band, Orchestra, National Honor Society. Future: College FRANK AMODEO "Frank" 1615 Axel Ave., No. Bruns. College Prep "A little kingdom I possess, where thoughts and feelings dwell." National Honor Society, Key Club, Chemistry Club, Bridge Club, Mu Alpha Theta. Future: College STEPHEN ANASIEWICZ "Manischewitz" ll Louis St. Industrial Arts "A good nature is always a part of him." JV and Varsity Football, Weight Lifting Club, Football Club. Future: Electrician ANN MARIE ARNESE "Ann" 35 Plum St. Office Practice JUDITH ANDERSON "Judie" 55 Handy St. College Prep "Live, give, learn as lifetime goes on." German Club, Hootenanny Club, Jr. Dance Comm., National Honor Society, Lobby Receptionist, Yearbook Sayings Comm., Logic Club, Mu Alpha Theta. Future: College NICK ARICO "Nick" 168 Fulton St. College Prep "Amiability is a quality which flowers." JV and Varsity Spring Track, Bowling Club, HR Pres., Golf Club. Future: College "She's friendly and will always have friends." Hungarian Club, FHA, Knitting Club, Social Comm., Typist Comm. Future: Business School Drill Team, Office Ass't, Highlights and Rep., PAP Comm., Point and Award CAROLYN ARVOY "Carol" 277 Sandford St. College Prep "Nature I love and, next to nature, art." Soph. and Jr. Float Comm., French Club, PAP Comm., Social Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., HR Sec'y, National Honor Society, Advocate Art Editor, Guidance Office Ass't, Yearbook Planning Comm. Future: Art School it 4 , . ROBERT AUGUSTINE "Rob" 64 Tunison Rd. College P'rep "Study should never interfere with one's education." Woodworking Club, Metal Shop, JV Track. Future: College ALEX BABOS "Ali" 191 French St. College Prep "Art is power." Drama Club, Basketball Club, Jr. Dance Comm., Pep Club, Social Comm. Chairman, Advocate Art Editor, PAP Comm., Orientation Comm., HR V. Pres., Point and Award Comm., Yearbook Planning Comm. Future: College CAROL BARNES "Carol" 22 McAuliffe Dr., No. Bruns. College Prep "Deeds, not words, shall speak of me." JOSEPH BACSKOCKY "JO Jo" IO Railroad Ave. Industrial Arts "Why be serious when there is so much to laugh about?" Mechanfcal Drawing Club, Metal Shop Club. Future: Marines GLORIA BANNIO "Gloria" 272 Powers St. Business Ed. "Gentle of speech, beneficent of mind." Art Club, FHA, Charm Club. Future: IBM School Hospitality and Publicity Comm., College Planning Club, PAP Comm., Point and Award Comm., Orientation Comm., Assembly Comm., Social Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., GAA, Bridge Club. Future: College " ' fl 1 .- 11. '--'wi .. ag ' pi time l .. . .e.. Q . Q- V Y. .33!73'a5. -?5j1,,. 'Q "J f!LfiLT'?. :l Tb". e .1 5, . ' JAMES BARRE "Jim" 562 Nassau St., No. Bruns. Distributive Ed. "Better be happy than wise." Football Club, Metal Shop Club. Future: Sales Engineering DOUGLAS BAILEY "Michael" 264 Drift St. General "Do as I say, not ax I do." Football. Future: Navy ROBERT BANKO "Bank" 213 Suydam St. Office Practice "A friend to all." Science Club, Soph. Float Comm., Library Club, FBLA, Gymnastics Club. Future: Business ,, E f 2 " V i1lg'3'A l V- ' l'.f1 "' -. , RAY BARTKOWECH "The Ray" 91 Tunison Rd. College Prep "Imagination rules the world." Book Review Club, Science Club, German Club, Hootenanny Club, Mu Alpha Theta, Logic Club, Yearbook Will Comm. Future: College xg. - - 9. f SUSAN BAL DWI N "Sue" 35 Ford Ave., Milltown College Prep "A maid so fair as she will never lonely be." Drum Maiorette, A Cappella Choir, HR Sec'y, GAA, PAP Comm. Future: College ROBERT BARTLEY "Bob" R.D. 4, Box 499, No. Bruns. College Prep "He that hath knowledge spareth his words." Spectator Sports Club, Trainers Club, Bowling Club, Spring Track. Future: College MARY BATTAGLIA "Meir" 14 Oakwood Pl. No. Bruns. College Prep "She possesxes the ula for happiness - understanding an riendshipf' Spectator Sports Club, Bowlin Club, Future Teachers Club, Social Comm., Asse bly Comm., PAP Comm., HRSC Treas., HR Treas. Future: College X 1 GAIL BAY "Gail" 321 Somerset St. College Prep "Bright and lively - full of fun." Biology Club, FHA, Spanish Club, Social Comm., Soph and Sr. Float Comm., HR Treas., Girls Basketball, Jr. Dance Comm. Future: College DALE BEAMISH "Beam" 217 Baldwin St. Office Practice "What sweet delight a quiet life affords." Pep Club, Gym Office Ass't, Hootenanny Club, HR Treas., Charm Club, Nurses Club. Future: Business School LINDA BIRCH "Lynn" 108 Hollywood St., No. Bruns. College Prep "Softly speak and sweetly smilef' JAMES BEDI "Jimmie" 255 Crestwood Dr., Milltown College Prep "Can anything be so elegant as to have few wants, and to serve them oneis self?" Mechanical Drawing Club, Surveying Club, Bowling Club, Future: College NANCY BIANCA "Nan" 607 First Ave., No. Bruns. Office Practice "There's a twinkle in her eye." HR Sec'y, Guidance Office Ass't, HRSC Treas., Main Office Ass't, FHA, Charm Club. Future: Office Work l Drill Team, Assembly Comm., GAA, Pep Club, Spectator Sports Club, Lobby Receptionist, Attendance Office Ass't, National Honor Society, Sr. Float Comm., Library Ass't, Mu Alpha Theta, PAP Comm. Future: College JUDITH ANN BIRMER "Judi" 1484 How La., No. Bruns. Office Practice "Kindness gives birth to' kindness." Pep Club, PAP Comm., Ski Club, Motorcycle Club. Future: College MARK BELL "Mark" 49 Cedar Ave., No. Bruns. College Prep "A burst of music down the unlistening street." Key Club, Band, Orchestra, Woodwind Ensemble, Debating Club, Ski Club. Future: College BETTY BEYROUTY "Bet" 8 Powers St. College Prep "One of the greatest pleasures in life is talking." Current Events Club, Classical Recordings Club, Pep Club, Knitting Club, Future Teachers Club, Bowling Club. Future: College DOLORES BENNERMAN "Dee Dee" 96 Talmadge St. General "When she speaks, she is heard." Pep Club. Future: Marines MARK BLATT "Mark" ll7l Dakota Rd., No. Bruns. College Prep R JACK BLAKELY "Jack" 622 Dewey Rd., No. Bruns. General '1ll"ine, women and song." Football Club, Baseball Club, Basketball Club, Auto Mechanics Club, Outdoors Club. Future: College "A silent, shy, peace-loving man." Chemistry Club, College Planning Club, Spanish Club, Highlights Staff, French Club, Golf Club. Future: College PETER BLUM "Pete" 58 Ray St. College Prep "An honest man's the noblest work of God." Track, Slide Rule Club, German Club, Auto Mechanics Club, Highlights Rep., Mu Alpha Theta, Sports Car Rally Club. Future: College l 1 FRANK BOCHERT "Boch" I022 How La., No. Bruns. College Prep "He is the definition of a great guy." Soph., JV and Varsity Football. Future: College CATHLEEN BOGH "Catl1ie" I6 Halstead Rd. Secretarial "Universal friendship is a joyous commodity." HR V. Pres., Modern Dance Club, HR Sec'y, Jr. Secretaries Club, Office Ass't to Mr. Whitman, Job Preparation Club, Vocations Club. Future: Secretarial Work RICHARD BROADWATER "Richie" 269 Delavan St. Industrial Arts PETER BORBELY "Borb" 92 Guilden St. College Prep "The definition of a gentleman." HRSC Treas., Varsity Football, JV Track, HR Pres., Highlights Staff. Future: College PATRICIA BREEN "Pat" II77 Omaha Rd., No. Bruns. College Prep "A blithe heart makes many friends." Knitting Club, Nurses Club, Logic Club, Bowling Club. Future: Nursing l , ,. "Strength and silence are among his finest qualities." JV and Varsity Basketball, Art Club, Football Club, Basketball Club, Mechanical Drawing Club, HR V. Pres. Future: College .I . D.. 1" 4. , lilggrdfi .' " A ' l : Jef s , ' lf. ,5"7':? - PATRICIA BROCKINGTON "Grandma" 287 Neilson St. Office Practice "A smile and a kind wo-rd for all." Wood Shop Club, Modern Dance Club, Advocate Rep., Home Economics Club, Bowling Club, Drill Team, Jazz Club, Point a-nd Award Comm., PAP Comm. Future: Secretarial Work GERALD BOYER "Jerry" 1422 Huron Rd., No. Bruns. College Prep "Always smiling, with never a frown, Nothing will ever get him down." HR V. Pres., Future Teachers Club, Current Events Club, Baseball Club, Orientation Comm., Jr. and Sr. Bus Comm., HR Pres. Future: College ROBERT BOSENBERG 'Bo 1202 Livingston Ave., No. Bruns. College Prep "Diligence is the mother of good fortune." Soph Football, German Club, Language Lab Ass't, Bowling Club, Trainers Club, "High Button Shoes" Cast, Radio Club. Future: College BETTY BOSWELL "Bosie" 41 Washington St. Home Economics 4-.1 . 3,,A f ., 1 V ' 1. ta" .-Q 'A -.ff 3 -Mfrs -..,e,g, Bgi -ff rib' so , , . I rf:-,'?-QHEBTC' SHARON BRODERICK 108 Huntington St. "Shar" Office Co-op "There is no treasure which may be compared unto a faithful friend." GAA, Modern Dance Club, Sewing Club. Future: Social Work CASSANDRA BROWN "Brown" 24 Jen-nings Ct. General "Laugh and be gay." World Religions Club, HR Sec'y, HRSC Treas., Advocate Rep., Sewing Club, Highlights Rep., GAA, Girls Basketball, Checkroom Comm., Office Ass't, Bowling Club, Yearbook Sayings Comm. Future: College "Sweetness flavors charm with a personal spice." Sewing Club, Cooking Club, Guidance Office Ass't, HRSC Treas. Future: Secretarial Work ROBERT BROWN "Bob" 512 Lee Ave., No. Bruns. College Prep "Responsibility works hand in hand with capacity and power." Soph Class Pres., Student Council V. Pres. and Pres., Varsity Baseball, Baseball Club, Key Club, HR Treas., Public Speaki-ng Clubj Lunchroom Comm., Orientation Comm. Future: College ROSE ANN BROWN "TuCly" 293 Townsend St. College Prep "She has a smile for all." Sr. Class Sec'y, Pep Club, GAA, Office Ass't, Jr. Dance Comm., HR Pres., Gym Office Ass't, Assembly Comm., Mu Alpha Theta, Yearbook Planning Comm. Future: College l LOU ELLEN BRYANT "Lou" I5 Quentin Ave. College Prep "True individuality cannot be copied." HR Sec'y,Highlights Rep.,HR Treas.,Hootenanny Club, A Cappella Choir, Jr. Float Comm., Knitting Club. Future: College RICHARD CAFFERTY "Green" 916 Stevens St., No. Bruns. General "As large as life and twice as natural." Auto Mechanics Club, Metal Shop Club, Bowling Club. Future: Plumbing ROBERT BURGETT "Bob" 1666 Holly Rd., No. Bruns. College Prep "Gentleman and scholar." Mu Alpha Theta, Gymnastics Club, Yearbook Will Comm. Future: Architecture RICHARD CALADIE "Rich" 6 Prospect St. Industrial Arts ROBERT BYRD "Byrd" 16 Carman St. Distributive Ed. "Rejoice in youth." Lunchroom Comm., Traffic Comm., Basketball Club, Social Comm., JV and Varsity Football, JV and Varsity Track, Jr. Dance Comm. Future: College ,. " 'All great men are dyingf sayeth the book, and I feel sick." Wrestling, Classical Recordings Club, Travelers Club, Bridge Club. Future: Marines W , SALLY BURROWS "Sally" 67 Comstock St. General "Quiet as a falling snowflake." Library Club, Bridge Club, Knitting Club. Future: Business ZACHARY BUSSEY "Zack" I3 Morris St. College Prep "A goodenatured boy, Always ready for fun and joy." JV and Varsity Basketball, JV and Varsity Spring Track, Social Comm., Pep Club, Language Lab Ass't. Future: Undecided ELIZABETH CAMAMIS "Liz" 286 Colfax Rd., No. Bruns. College Prep BARBARA BUTLER "Barbie" 77 So. Ward St. General "A personality with a spark of warmth possesses many friends." Pep Club, Art Club, Fashion Desig-ning Club, Modern Dance Club, Office Ass't. Future: Fashion Designing "She will go far in this world." HR Sec'y, Nurses Club, World Religions Club, Advocate Rep., Social Comm., Orientation Comm., French Club. LESLEY CALLAWAY F,,,L,,e, Teachin 45 Talmadge St. Secretarial 9 "A pleasant fare with a gentle manner." Soph Float Comm., Pep Club, Language Lab Ass't, Jr. Dance Comm., PAP' Comm., Social Comm., Orientation Comm., FHA. Future: Secretarial School s . WAYNE CANASTRA "Whang" I9 Cleremont Ave., No. Bruns. College Prep "The easy person to pe friendly with." HR Pres., Varsity Baseball, Lunchroom Comm., Point and Award Comm., Student Parking Comm., Jr. Bus Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., Jr. Float Comm., Orientation Comm., Social Comm. Future: College DONNA CANTELA "Don" I0 Cedar Ave., No. Bruns. College Prep "Thank heaven for little girls." Pep Club, HR V. Pres. Future: Nursing SHERRY CANUSO "Sher" 2802 Lincoln Hwy., No. Bruns. College Prep "Silence often hides wisdom." Jr. Dance Comm., Bowling Club, Pep Club, Library Ass't, Lobby Receptionist, Spectator Sports Club, Advocate Rep. Future: College JOSEPH CARTER "Buck" 48 John St. General "To every man his own pleasures." Jazz Club, Library Club, JV Basketball, Boys SUSAN CHAKI "Sue" 71 Van Liew Ave., Milltown College P'rep "Listening, laughing, and likeable." HR Pres., German Club, Main Office Ass't, HR Sec'y, Swimming Club, Cheerleader, Sports Page Interpretation Club. Future: College NANCY CHAMBERLAIN "Nan" 244 Somerset St. Secretarial "A warm smile .dispels shadow." FHA, Landscaping Club, Writing Club, Lobby Receptionist, Knitti-ng Club. Future: Secretarial Work Foods Club. Future: Undecided ., ft N . .L 'P iggewi ,,.. - " l .. fi 'f aq U'-'lift ' ,. ' A 1 ll '-'Filing' , . ' DONALD CHRISTIE "Don" 272 Crestwood Dr., Milltown College Prep "A smile is always present." Baseball, Bowling Club, Baseball Club,BaskefbalI Club, Current Events Club. Future: College JOSEPH CATALANO 384 Tremont Ave., No. Bruns. College Prep "Man ix like a pliable animal who gets accustomed to everything." njoeyn V Jerseymen's Club, Auto Mechanics Club, Biology Club, Spanish Club, Boys Foods Club, H H Weigh, ming mb. PETER CATANESE ' Pete Future: College I5 Oak St. Industrial Arts "I could la women with rn es P Y , Y ey f and braggart with my tongue." Future: Conservation CHARLES CATHCART "Charlie" 54 Lee Ave. General "He is an all-around great guy." Future: Machinist .. .hx f' k . ' ls if -1, ,. L L 'f'5f'f,' Qi .-,ts ii'-215575 "la" ge- ,Lv . -' X - N: -ee '-P zur 1' ' SHIRLEY CLADD "Sl'1irl" 41 Washington St. Office Practice "A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance." HR Pres., GAA, Jr. Dance Comm., Girls Glee Club, A Cappella Choir. PAUL CICALO "Paul" Future: Marriage 36 So. Talmadge St. General "Loyalty is the holiest good in the human heart." Varsity Football Manager, Trainers Club, Bowling Club. Future: Navy WILLIAM CLARK "Mel" 644 Georges Rd., No. Bruns. General "School is all right when there isn't anything else to do." Jerseymen's Club, Bowling Club. Future: Navy DOLORES CLEMENTI "Dee" 40 Joyce Kilmer Ave. College Prep "A personality gay, she lights the llullest day." Highlights Rep., A Cappella Choir, HRSC Treas., Bridge Club, Chorus Club, Yearbook Sayings Comm., Sr. Float Comm., Social Comm. Future: College ANNIE COSBY "Cos" 54 Lee Ave. Business Ed. "Happiness is the by-product of an effort to make someone else happy." GAA, Modern Dance Club, Jazz Club, Main Office Ass't, Girls Basketball, Gym Office Ass't, Point and Award Comm., Girls Glee Club. Future: Business ALICE CLINCH "Day" 4 Ja-net Ct., Milltown College Prep "Sweetness, beauty, sincerity - important to all but outstanding to the chosen." Girls Gymnastics Club, GAA, HR Sec'y, HR V. Pres., Cheerleader Captain. Future: College MICHAEL COVINO "Mike" 521 Cozzens La., No. Bruns. General "Life is just a bowl of cherries." Highlights Rep., Pep Club, Advocate Rep., Metal Shop Club, Color Guard. PETER COLLINS 147 Townsend St. "As good-natured a soul as e cr trod on shoe of leather Woodworking Club, Auto Mechanics Club HR V. Pres. Future: Undecided Fume: Navy LIZBETH COYNE 1 1447 Thomas Ave., No. Bruns College Prep "A tender heart and a merry smile FHA, Social Comm., Assembly Comm Advocate Rep., Highlights Rep., Yearbook Sayings Comm Girls Gymnastics Club. Future: College iiLrf5""'t JOSEPH COMBS "Joey" 8 Linwood PI., No. Bruns. College Prep "A good fellow whatever way you look at him." Radio Club, Astronomy Club, Bowling Club, Social Comm. Future: College PHYLLIS CRAWFORD "Phyll" 30-A Pardun Rd., No. Bruns. Business Ed. "Life must have happiness to be complete." Nurses Club, Nurses' Office Ass't, FHA. Future: Secretarial Work 'T'- WILLIAM CORSO "Cors" 300 Hamilton St. General "All that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream." KATHLEEN COMBS "Kathy" I6 Prosper St. Business Ed. "A good heart is always a part of her." FHA, Girls Clothing Club, Math Office Ass't. Future: IBM School NANCY CREIGHTON "Nancy" Power Mechanics Club, Auto Mechanics Club, Current Events Club, World Religions Club. Future: Barbering 282 Old Georges Rd., No. Bruns. General "A friendly smile and a clever wit." Pep Club, HR Treas., HRSC Treas., HR V. Pres., Office Ass't, Jr. Dance Comm., Ski Club, Charm Club, Yearbook Student Opinion Comm. Future: College l MICHAEL CRISP "Yachts" 34 So. Ward St. General "Fine and mellow, a friendly fellow." Varsity Football, JV Wrestling, Advocate Rep. Future: Undecided JULIA CROMEDY "Cat" I5 Henry St. General "What can a woman do, but be merry?" Office Ass't, Pep Club, FHA, Modern Dance Club. Future: Marriage RALPH CUNNINGHAM "Ham" 178 Townsend St. Business Ed. "A Don juan who is the devil's disciple." Baseball Club, Logic Club, Creative Writing Club. Future: IBM School EDWARD DAVll.A "Eddie" ANTHONY CUPANO "T0ny' 30 Bergen Ct. Distributive Ed "lt's not what you've done, but what' you've gotten away with." DIANE CUSHING "Di" 77 George St., Milltown College Prep "Clever, popular, cute and true, Success is sure to come to you." Soph Float Comm., French Club, Nurses Club, PAP Comm., Social Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., Girls State Delegate, Orientation Comm., Drill Team, Future Teachers Club. Future: College 169 Little Albany St. Distributive Ed. "A little nonsense now and then, Is relished by the best of men." Football, Gymnastics Club. Future: Navy Art Club. Future: lndustry ni A ff' ' tl 'Yliw , -5 ik" ' A? its . ' l. Q. cf , .S , ' '11 , E775 - BARBARA DAVIS "Bobbie" 176 Memorial Pkwy. Business Ed. "She has a humor all her own." Pep Club, FHA. Future: Practical Nursing ,- - Y WILLIAM CURTIN "Bill" 682 Sycamore La., No. Bruns. College Prep "One cannot know everything." Biology Club, Mechanical Drawing Club, Metal Shop Club. Future: Undecided JO ANN CURCIO "Jo Ann" 542 Third Ave., No. Bruns. College Prep ' "A happy disposition is her greatest tribute." ' Public Speaking Club, Band, World Religions Club, A Cappella Choir, HR Sec'y, Checkroom Comm., Advocate Rep., Orchestra, Girls Glee Club, Yearbook Sayings Comm., National Honor Society. Future: College JANE CURRY "Janie" 100 Memorial Pkwy, College Prep. "The friendly will always have friends." Pep Club, Basketball Club, Social Comm., HR Treas., PAP Comm. I Future: College A. l,.hv 144.1 " I i .1 I Q - vu 1 , JOHN De BLASI "De BIaz" 3 Jefferson Ave. College Prep "Self-education is fine when the pupil is a born educator. Weight Lifting Club, Auto Mechanics Club, Mu Alpha Theta, Sports Car Rally Club. Future: College LINDA DAVIS "Lyn" D-May Court, May St. Office Co-op "A good sport with a lively giggle." FHA, Sewing Club. Future: Dental Assistant JAMES DeFREITAS "Jim" 48 So. Pennington Rd. College Prep "I refuse to get ruffled over anything." I Basketball Club, College Prep Club, Gymnastics Club. Future: College RALPH DeGUTlS "Ralph" 985 Cranbury Cross Rd., College Prep No. Bruns. "What thought can think, another can mend." Language Lab Ass't, Dance Band. Future: College "Armand" College Prep "A man of few words, but a man of hidden powers." Weight Lifting Club, Slide Rule Recordings Club, Bridge Club, Cross Country, Sports Car Rally Future: Undecided ARMAND De JONG 'I7 Senior St. Club, Classical JV Wrestling, Club. CHRISTINE DELANOY "Chriss" 529 Cozzens La., No. Bruns. Business Ed, "A smile and a pleasant word for dll." Basketball Club, Hootenanny Club, Driving Club, Gym Office Ass't, Girls Basketball, Art Club. Future: Horse Ranching GRACE DEVOE "Dixie" 3 Bruce Ct., Milltown Office Practice "She has a gentle, quiet appearance." Highlights Rep., Book Review Club, Bridge Club, Swimming Club, GAA, Bowling Club. Future: Undecided DIANE DiBELLA "Di" 91 Lafayette St., Milltown Office Practice "Her personality blends with her beauty." Art Club, Classical Recordings Club. Future: Business Administration GRACE DiBlASE "Grace" 705 Nassau St., No. Bruns. Home Economics "As fine as falling snow and just as quiet." Spanish Club, Library Club, Job Preparation Club. Future: Undecided SAMUEL DEL CIELO "El" 75 Morrell St. College Prep "Between jest and earnest." Weight Lifting Club, Bridge Club, Baseball Club, Slide Rule Club, HR Treas. Future: College SUZANNE DEUCHAR e 229 Talmadge St. Distributive Ed JOHN De RUE "John" I3 Jefferson Ave., No. Bruns. General "Never a dull moment when he's around." Band, German Club, Jerseymen's Club, Orchestra. Future: Navy GILBERT DILLON "Gil" "The passion of talking is the inextinguishable passion of women Hootenanny Club, Service Club. Future: Marriage 1050 George St. College Prep "No limits but the sky." Golf Club, Creative Writing Club, Yearbook PATRICK Di LEO "Pal" Sayings Comm., Social Comm. 482 Easton Ave. College Prep Fufu,-e: College "One of those happy souls who are the ' salt of the earth." Meteorology Club, Astronomy Club, Band, Advocate Rep., World Religions Club, Jerseymen's Club, HR V. Pres. Future: College "A quiet boy makes a good man. Art Club, Book Selection Club. Future: U-ndecided JOHN DIXON John 152 Townsend St. General 1 KATHY DOMOLKI uKa1hu 2 Jersey Ave. Office Practice "A quiet, sincere girl." Hungarian Club, Pep Club, FHA. Future: IBM School Jr. Dance Comm., KATHLEEN DONNELLY "Kathy" R. 4, Box 486, Aaron Rd., College Prep No. Bruns. "Good nature and personality are . a winning combination." A Cappella Choir, Spanish Club, Checkroom Comm. Future: Nursing MICHAEL EDWARDS "White Knight" Lee Terrace, Comstock St. General "Neither too sad, not too glad, BRENDA DUDLEY "Brenda" 262 Comstock St. Distributive Ed. "She's always quiet, yet pleasant." DRAYSON EDWARDS 713 Livingston Ave. "A little learning is a da Wood Shop Club, Driving Club. Future: Navy uoray.. General ngerous thing." Club, Landscaping just a happy lad." Soph Football, Medical Careers Club, Spring Track, Wrestling Club, Gymnastics Club, Jazz Recordings Club. Future: Marines Public Speaking Club, Library Club, Modern Dance Club, DE Club. Future: Business School .' ,Xing f' i i . .- ' 23,514 . ,:-"fhfi " A' l 'r 1 55- X ' :-i nfs 'pf' RICHARD EGAN "Ollie" I8 New York Ave. General "I want what I want when I want it." Future: College KATHY DUMAS "Kaffy" 240 Crestwood Dr., Milltown General "Give me a good time all the time." Bridge Club, Sewing Club, Driving Club, FHA, Yearbook Sayings Comm., Charm Club. Future: Office Work .I . X4 f' - A' l ., as - , ALBERTA ELIM "Al" 5 Mason St. General 5 f x WINIFRED EASTERLING "Winnie" 54 Roosevelt Ave. General "A good heart is better than all the gold in the world." Biology Club, Jr. Secretaries Club, Hootenanny Club, Advocate Rep., Motorcycle Club. Future: College GALE EMERICK "Gae" ll Maple Ave., No. Bruns. General "Silence is a fine jewel for a woman." Girls Gymnastics Club, A Cappella Choir, Pep Club, Attendance Office Ass't, Nurses' Office Ass't. Future: Business School "Her air had a meaning, her movements a grace." GAA, A Cappella Choir, Girls Glee Club. Future: Undecided GIRARD ECKHOFF , "Jerry" 55 So. Pennington Rd. College Prep "A friendship to walk a mile for." Biology Club, Science Club, Yearbook Will Comm., Future Teachers Club. Future: College KATHLEEN ENAMA "Kathy" 165 Rutgers St. General "Sweet is the word for her, and all the charms she possesses." Logic Club, Guidance Office Ass't, Chess and Checkers Club, Slide Rule Club. Future: College KAREN ENGELHARDT "Karen" 85 College Ave. College Prep "Quietness doesrft always denote shynessf' National Honor Society, Girls Gymnastics Club, Lively Arts Club. Future: College . aff JOSEPH EORY "Joe" 89 Senior St. College Prep "Men of few words are the best men." Golf, Golf Club, Auto Mechanics Club, Basketball Club. Future: College ANTOINETTE FAIR "Toni" 74 Larch Ave. Business Ed. PATRICIA ERWlN "Patty" 745 Pine St., No. Bruns. College Prep "Always a smile and a helping hand." French Club, Jr. Dance Comm., Advocate- Rep., Social Comm., Girls Glee Club, Future Teachers Club. Future: College JOSEPH FACCONE "Joe" 251 Dallas Rd., No. Bruns. General "Patience, and shuffle the cards." Future: Undecided "That certain something that brings a bit of gaiety and laughter into every situation." Modern Dance Club, Pep Club, Highlights Rep., GAA. Future: Business School JUDITH FAMA "Judy" 205 Howard St. Special Ed. "She disturbs no one and attains her goal." Pep Club, Bridge Club, Bowling Club, Classical Recordi-ngs Club, HR Treas. Future: Undecided ALEX EVAN " 1314 Ute Rd., No. Bruns. College Prep "Keep quiet and people will think you a philosopher." Soph Football, Astronomy Club, Biology Club, Baseball Club, Chemistry Club. Future: College ROSE FASANO "Rose" 768 Nassau St., No. Bruns. Office Co-op "Charm, poise, but never any noise." Travelers Club, Modern Dance Club. Future: Secretarial Work EDWARD EVANOUSKAS "Ed" 10 Bethany St. College Prep "I wa.: born to laughter." Basketball Club, Wrestling Club, Auto Mechanics Club, Wrestling. Future: College JOSEPH FABICS "Fadder" 130 Louis St. College Prep "Knowledge, like timber, should be seasoned before it is used." Swimming Club, Auto Mechanics Club, Physics Club, Astronomy Club, Sports Car Rally Club. Future: College JOHN FAUST "John" 15 Eighth St. College Prep "We'd jump the life to come." Football Club, Boys Foods Club. Future: College BARBARA FEKETE "Barb" 1424 Pawnee Rd., No. Bruns. College Prep "She's witty, lively, and full of fun." Assembly Comm. Chairman, Band, Soph and Jr. Float Comm., Spectator Sports Club, Future Teachers Club, PAP Comm., Orientation Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., HR Treas., Lobby Receptionist, National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, Point and Award Comm., Yearbook Planning Comm. Future: College STEVEN FELD "Steve" 58 Pennington Rd. College Prep "Ambition is the lust of life." HR V. Pres., Highlights Staff, Cross Country, Wrestling, Spring Track, Debating Club, Bridge Club, HR Treas., Social Comm., Assembly Comm., Boys State Alternate, Point and Award Comm., Swimming Club, Advocate Rep., Highlights Ass't Feature Editor and Associate Editor, Jr. and Sr. Float Comm., Lunchroom Comm., Mathletes, Jr. Dance Comm., Yearbook Planning Comm., PAP' Comm., Golf, National Honor Society, Key Club. Future: College LINDA FERRULLO "Lynn" 86 Ray St. College Prep "Easy to look at, nice to know." Bridge Club, Hungaria-n Club, Highlights Rep., Drill Team Co-Captain, Hootenanny Club, German Club, Jr. Dance Comm., Social Comm., Future Teachers Club, Knitting Club. Future: College LINDA FOX "Foxy" 76 Wilcox Rd. Business Ed. 'iGaiety is my middle name." HR Treas., FHA, Bowling Club, Highlights Business Staff. Future: Business JOHN FILOZOF "Red" 6'l Guilden St. Business Ed. "Unconcerned, but satisfied." Track. Future: State Police ., f A t -- ' lgeftff. ,- - -f " l 41 " -N. ' ' -i fa--:rff'f5 we-f ef ff f' 7 't " BESSIE FOY "Bess" Ill Remsen Ave. General "A pleasant face is the sign of JOSEPH FOSTER "Joe" 143 Riva Ave., Milltown Business Ed. "Years teach us more than books." Future: Navy Wood Dance Future a friendly disposition." Shop Club, Bowling Club, Modern Club, Sewing Club. Business ANNE MARIE FINNEGAN "Amer" 4 Michael Ave., Milltown Office Practice "It's nice to be natural, when y0u're naturally nice." GAA, Jr. Secretaries Club, Jr. Dance Comm., Bowling Club, Point and Award Comm., Current Events Club, FHA. Future: Business School .. ,hz V f' .. ' C llgffa Af ,.' " I L V. 'i plr ifw V . .E-3312. 't "H, - 5 .Y ' "'4f' if ' '1 WL., ' A 1, 1.105 gl 4' JANIS FLANAGAN "Jan" 1434 Paw-nee Rd., No. Bruns. College Prep "Beauty is powerg a smile is its sword." HRSC Treas., Service Club, Jerseymen's Club, Jr. Class Sec'y, Point and Award Comm., PAP Comm., Social Comm., Jr. Bus Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., Orientation Comm., Soph, Jr. and Sr. Float Comm., Yearbook Sayings Comm. Future: College NEAL FRIEDENTHAL "Neal" 184 E. Lawrence St., Milltown College Prep ERNEST FODOR "Ernie" I5 Rutgers St. College Prep "A real worker deserves merit." Jazz Band, Dance Band, Band, "High Button Shoes" Orchestra. Future: College MARGARET FRECH "Freck" 139 Somerset St. Distributive Ed. "The light-hearted and gay lead a merry way." Cooking Club, Mechanical Drawing Club. Future: Beauty Culture "To find the mind's construction in the face." A Cappella Choir, Jr. Da-nce Comm., Jr. Float Comm., Highlights Rep. Future: College I CHARLOTTE FRISCH "Char" 82 J. F. Kennedy Dr., Milltown Business Ed. "An all-around girl with an all-around personality." Girls Basketball, Girls Gymnastics Club, GAA. Future: Undecided STEVEN FURMAN "Steve" 1050 George St. College Prep "A quiet confidence shall be his strength." Mu Alpha Theta. Future: College JOSEPH FURMICK "Joe" 22 Sicard St. General "I am an optimist." Bowling Club, Classical Recordings Club, Bridge Club. Future: Business School JOHN GATARZ "John" 64 Remsen Ave. College Prep SANDRA GABOR "Sandi" 221 Baldwin St. Secretarial "Sweet, quiet, Il comfort to the soul." HR V. Pres., French Club, Hungarian Club, FHA, Nurses Ass't, Lobby Receptionist, Ass't to Mr. Wascavage, Sec'y to Mr. Mumber, Jr. Secretaries Club, Charm Club. Future: Secretarial School TERRY GASPER "Gas Pipe" 240 So. Main St., Milltown College Prep "Be .tilent and safeg silence never betrays you." JV and Varsity Football. Future: College "I must speak the truth and nothing but the truth." Surveying Club, Landscaping Club, Boys Drill Club. Future: College DIANE GEBHARDT "Di" 25 W. Foch Ave., Milltown College Prep "I am wealthy in my friends." Drill Team, Nurses Club, French Club, Soph and Sr. Float Comm., Soph Bus Comm., Lobby Receptionist, Spanish Club, Nurses' Office Ass't, FHA, Jr. Float Comm., Jr. Bus Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., Yearbook Sayings Comm., PAP Comm., Future Teachers Club. Future: College RICHARD GANDEK "Rich" 170 Garretson Cir., Milltown Industrial Arts "Quiet persons are welcome everywhere." Language Lab Ass't, Woodworki-ng Club, Driving Club, Radio Club, Sports Car Rally Club. Future: Undedded JOSEPH GARRITY uJoeu 410 Calvert Rd., No. Bruns. College Prep "A faithful friend is the medicine of life." Latin Club, Biology Club, HRSC Treas., National Honor Society, Swimming Club, Social Comm., Orientation Comm., Mu Alpha Theta, Yearbook History Comm., Point and Award Comm. Future: College JOHN GLACE "John" 5 Royal Ct., Milltown College Prep "There are two sides to every story - my side and the wrong side." Stamp Club, Drama Club, Chemistry Club, ' H Future Teachers Club, Biology Club. U me Future: College l42l Omaha Rd., No. Bruns. Office Practice "A cheerful heart makes many friends." AMELIA GENITO "B n Attendance Office Ass't, Sewing Club, Mechanical Drawing Club, Creative Writing Club, FHA. Future: Office Work CAROLE GARTLEY "Carole" 80 Chester Cir. College Prep "A cheerful laugh and smile can brighten the saddest day." HR Treas., Medical Careers Club, Nurses Club, Highlights Rep., Spanish Club, GAA. Future: Nursing HARRIET GLUCKMAN "Har" 992 Shepard Ave., No. Bruns. College Prep "Her intelligence is surpassed only by her sincerity," Dance Band, Hootenanny Club, Attendance Office Ass't, Hospitality and Publicity Comm., Soph and Jr. Float Comm., Social Comm., Point and Award Comm. Chairman, Highlights Reporter and Feature Editor, Assembly Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., National Honor Society, Girls State Delegate, GAA, Orientation Comm., PAP Comm., Yearbook Planning Comm., French Club. Future: College SHARON GOLDEN BERG "Shar" 3l Hartwell St. College Prep "She hax a quiet and gentle manner." GAA, French Club, Social Comm., Assembly Comm., Highlights Reporter. Future: Fashion School ROBERT GOLDING "Bob" 431 Wood Ave., No. Bruns. College Prep "The best of healers is good cheer." Astronomy Club. Future: College JAMES GULYAS "Jaime" 45 Richardson St. College Prep "The opinion of the .strongest is always the best." HR Treas., Soph Football, Logic Club, Debating Club, Physics Club, Jr. Dance Comm., HR Pres. Future: College JOHN GOLDSCHMIDT "Johnny" 6 Brookside Ave. Business Ed. "The choice and master spirit of this age." Bowling Club, Gymnastics Club, Auto Mechanics Club, Sports Car Rally Club, Ski Club, Yearbook Ad Comm. Future: College . - ' F -. :iff "2 ' gi -f-'Zi C. A g if .ms MARY ANN GUNTA "Marianne" 1090 Antonio Dr., No. Bruns. Secretarial "It is good to have a heart with room DANIEL GROGAN HGFOQH 7l Jersey Ave. Business Ed. "Life is just a passing fancy." Pep Club, FBLA, Auto Mechanics Club. Future: IBM School for f.'1l67'yIIlIlly.H Modern Dance Club, Hootenanny Club, Jr. Secretaries Club, HR Sec'y. Future: Secretarial Work MILDRED GORE "MiIlie" Iii Seaman St. General "lily heart is like a singing bird." Girls Gymnastics Club, Baseball Club. Future: Industry NORMAN GOURLEY "Ernie" 97 First St., Milltown Industrial Arts "Life is too short for much worry." Slide Rule Club, Auto Mechanics Club, Meteorology Club, Sports Car Rally Club. Future: Marines ROOSEVELT GREENE "Buggy" 43 Powers St. College Prep "Cle11erness is serviceable for everything." Jazz Club, Football, Golf Club, Key Club, Highlights Staff, HR V. Pres., Creative Writing Club, HRSC Treas., Cross Country Captain, Winter Track, Spring Track Captain, Chess and Checkers Club, Sports Page Interpretation Club, Dress Code Comm. Future: College X i . .1 -ff, ,.- ' az-to 4 11 :-'.'n':3" 'I I E -- : fr-f -' . .5-al.-Ya. 't,'4,., 62 ::'-'afafw ' 'i-?.. ET??? - KAREN GYURINKO "Karen" 30 Duke St. Business Ed. "With a smile on her lips and a twinkle in her eye." Chorus Club, Debating Club, Girls Gymnastics I Club, Highlights Rep. KENNETH GUSTIN 'Kenu Future: IBM School 281 Franklin Rd., No. Bruns. General "Witty in his humor and devoted to his friends." Baseball, JV and Varsity Winter Track, Baseball Club, Auto Mechanics Club, Bowling Club. Future: Art School WILLIAM HAEFNER "Hef" 30 Alexander St. General "There is nothing like fun, is there?" Boys Foods Club. Future: Military Service PETE HAHN "Hi'nee" ll New York Ave. College Prep "If worry is the cause of death, l'll live forever." Bowling Club, Metal Shop Club, Boys Foods Club. Future: College EMI LY HALE "Jeanne" 975 Livingston Ave., No. Bruns. Business Ed "Q-uietness plus sincerity and charm equals success." A Cappella Choir, Library Club, Knitting Club. Future: Undecided LINDA HEARD "Linda" 201 No. Moetz Dr., Milltown College Prep "The first of all democratic doctrines is that all men are interesting." Modern Dance Club, Future Teachers Club, Jr. Float Comm., PAP Comm. Future: College BRENDA HAMILTON "Bren" 68 Welton St. Business Ed. "In her quietness there is clzarnzf' HR Pres., Pep Club, HR V. Pres., Driving Club, HRSC Treas., GAA, Charm Club. Future: Clerical Work BRIAN HAYDEN "The Brain" 21 Ackerman Ave., Milltown CIE "A thorn in the edge? Bowling Club, Chess and Checkers Club. Future: Navy MARK HECHT "Barry" 1050 George St. General "Let us live and be glad." Future: Data Processing WILLIAM HARAYDA "Bill" 54 Highway 27, No. Bruns. College Prep "I awoke one morning and found myself famous." JV and Varsity Spring Track, Golf Club, Football Club, Winter Track, Bridge Club, Golf Team. Future: College l WARREN HARRIS "Eddie" 411 Wheeler Rd., No. Bruns. College Prep "Man is the only creature endowed with the power of laughter." HR V. Pres., Football, Wrestling, Bridge Club, HR Pres., Jr. and Sr. Float Comm., Jr, Dance Comm., Mu Alpha Theta. Future: College EVA HEGEDUS "Eve" JOHN HAWKINS "Tweed" 28 Cammer Ave. General "He thinks too muchg such men are dangerous." Track, Sports Club. Future: Undecided JOHN HEFFERNAN "Jake" 114 Herbert Ave., Milltown College Prep "Silence is as deep as eternity." Surveying Club, Soph and Varsity Football, Football Club. Future: College 51 Loretta St. Office Practice "Une bonne amief' Nurses Club, FHA, Travelers Club, Hungarian Club. Future: Airline Stewardess ROSEANN HELLINGER "Ro" 33 Ellen St. Secretarial "Faithful friends are hard to find." Sec'y to Mr. Kuchinski, Jr. Dance Comm., Social Comm., FBLA, National Honor Society, Jr. Bus Comm., Lobby Receptionist, Drill Team, Yearbook Student Opinion Comm., Knitting Club. Future: Secretarial Work JAMES HENNESSEY "Farfel" 278 Handy St. College Prep "Either attempt not or succeed." Highlights Staff, Creative Writing Club, Highlights Make-up Editor, Orientation Comm., PAP Comm., Basketball Club. Future: College DEBRA HINES "Hiney" 30 Gatling Ct. Office Practice "The heaven of each is but what each desires." HR Treas., Gym Office Ass't, A Cappella Choir, HR Sec'y, Main Office Ass't, GAA, Pep Club, Jr. Secretaries Club, Social Comm., Girls Glee Club. Future: Business School MARGARET HERBST "Marge" 93 Lee Ave. College Prep "Full of fun and nice to know." Bowling Club, Nurses Club, Office Ass't, HR Treas., Jr. Float Comm., Social Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., Twirler Co-Captain, Mu Alpha Theta. Future: College MATTHEW HIRSCH "Matt" 30 Halstead' Rd. College Prep "Conformity holds not this man." Latin Club, Biology Club, Highlights Rep., Pep Club, Debating Club, Jr. Float Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., Social Comm., Jazz Recordings Club, Yearbook Sayings Comm. Future: College PAUL HERD "Paul" 626 Myrtle Rd., No. Bruns. General "So much is a man worth as he esteems himself." Astronomy Club, Chemistry Club, Bridge Club. Future: Undecided f .- L I Rigid Ae- ':-' 5195" ' I F V. 5 '1 " w vi ' we f.i.'1-J'-gy, "' . .f " T. "'iL:',gEi:-'F-:- RALPH HODOSH "Ralph" ll Glenridge Ave., No. Bru-ns. College Prep "Quiet, yet pleasant." Biology Club, Astronomy Club, Radio Club, Slide Rule Club, Logic Club, Mu Alpha Theta. Future: College THOMAS HILL "Tom" IOS So. Pennington Rd. College Prep DIANE HIGGINS "Di" 66 Mitchell Ave. Office Practice "A pleasing combination of charm and sweetness." FHA, HR V. Pres., Drill Team, FBLA, Orientation Comm., PAP Comm., Highlights Typist, Point and Award Comm. Future: Office Work SHELIA HIGHSMITH "Shell" 6l Commercial Ave. Office Practice "Aly life shall always be filled with laughter." GAA, Girls Basketball, Pep Club, A Cappella Choir, Girls Gymnastics Club, Jr. Secretaries Club, PAP Comm., Assembly Comm., Highlights Typist and Reporter. Future: Secretarial Work REGINA HOLZ "Gina" "No 1ask's loo sleep for human will." Highlights Reporter, Ass't Sports Editor and Associate Editor, Cross Country, Spring Track, Highlights Rep., Debating Club, Bridge Club, Soph and Jr. Float Comm., Social Comm., HR Pres., Jr. Dance Comm., Mathletes, German Club, National Honor Society, Student Council Treas., Orientation Comm., Point and Award Comm., Mu Alpha Theta, Yearbook Planning Comm., Golf, Assembly Comm. Future: College ., f ' A SEPA ef 4 ',lQ.f: f., ' 2-i we Sf' -'fl' 'f ' GARY HOLSTEN "Gary" 194 So. Main St., Milltown CIE ra , . ,' ' n He has a rage for saying something. Power Mechanics Club, Swimming Club. Future: Military Service 22 Langley Pl. Secretarial "A still, small voice." Chemistry Club, College Planning Club, FHA, Art Club, World Religions Club, Current Events Club. Future: College JUDY HOPKINS "Hot Cakes" 213 Seaman St. Business Ed. 'lHer thoughts are her own." PAP Comm., Nurses Club, Modern Dance Club, Art Club. Future: Nursing l 4, NANCY HURLEY "Nan" 53 Cedar Ave., No. Bruns. Business Ed. "Dancing is truly the spice of life." Stamp Club, Foreign Economics Club, Pep Club, Modern Dance Club, Drama Club, Bowling Club, Drama Workshop Club, Guidance Office Ass't, Future: Performing Arts YVONNE JACKSON "Y.J." 42 John St. College Prep "Her smile and her charm never cease." GAA, Girls Basketball, Pep Club, Orientation Comm., A Cappella Choir, Advocate Rep., Highlights Rep., Modern Dance Club, Assembly Comm., Girls Glee Club, Main Office Ass't. Future: Pratt Institute WANDA HUSH "Judy" 298 Handy St. College Prep 'Triendliness is her virtue." Basketball Club, Traffic Comm., Girls Basketball, Lunchroom Comm., HRSC Treas., Advocate Rep., A Cappella Choir. Future: College LAWRENCE JACOB "Gar" li Stratford Pl. College Prep "High aims form high character." Highlights Staff. Future: Law BRIGITTE HUTNICZAK "Brigitte" 1348 La Rosa Ave., No. Bruns. College Prep "Every man is a volume if you know how to read him." Pep Club, Public Speaking Club, Advocate Rep., Office Ass't, Debating Club, Future Teachers Club, Jr. Dance Comm., Orientation Comm., PAP Comm., Lively Arts Club. Future: College ALAN JAMES "Alan" 176 Memorial Pkwy. General "I take the world to' be but a stage." JV and Varsity Wrestling, Cross Country, Spring Track. Future: Military Service BARBARA IBBOTSON "Barb" 1334 Georges Rd., No. Bruns. Office Practice "It is a pleasure to be her friend." Modern Dance Club, Pep Club. Future: Business School JANET IOCCA "Jan" 104 Stevens St., No. Bruns. Secretarial "A .small bundle of .vweetness." Modern Dance Club, Bridge Club, Jr. Secretaries Club. Future: Undecided ANDREA JASPER "Andi" 200 Redmond St. College Prep. ALICE JACKSON "Alice" 9 Hassart St. College Prep "Here is a hne person indeed." GAA, Point and Award Comm., Bowling Club, Motorcycle Club. Future: College KATHRYN JAMES "Kathy" 28 Longfield Rd. Secretarial "Is she so quiet and demure? Maybe, but don't be too sure." Office Ass't, PAP Comm., Point and Award Comm., Social Comm., HR V. Pres., National Honor Society, Orientation Comm., Highlights Typist, Assembly Comm., Yearbook Student Opinion Comm. Future: Undecided "There'.s mischief and laughter lurking in her eyes." Soph and Jr. Float Comm., Highlights Rep., Band, Dance Band, Orchestra, Jr. Dance Comm. Future: College JESSE JEFFERSON "Jes" 8 Dennis St. General "The great end of life is not knowledge but action." Soph and Varsity Football, Wrestling, Baseball, Football Club, Landscaping Club, Football Co-Captain, Officials Club. Future: Technical School , LEONARD JENKINS "Len" 41 Reservoir Ave. Business Ed. "All for love and nothing for reward." Football Club, Basketball Club. Future: Junior College WINNIFRED JENNINGS "Winnie" 306 Commercial Ave. General "Beauty, wit, and charm follow in her footsteps." GAA, Pep Club, Office Ass't, Girls Basketball, Checkroom Comm., HR V. Pres., Charm Club. Future: IBM School TAYLOR JONES "Jones" 180 Suydam St. College Prep "Friendly and cheerful, a fine fellow to know." JOHN JOHNSTONE "John" 135 Van Liew Ave., Milltown College Prep "As full of valor as of kindness." Wrestling, Debating Club, Chemistry Club, Social Comm., Pep Club, Jr. Dance Comm., Highlights Rep., PAP Comm., Poi-nt and Award Comm., Orientation Comm. Future: College Soph Float Comm., Meteorology Club, Creative Writing Club, Winter Track, JV and Varsity Spring Track, Social Comm., Orientation Comm., HR V. Pres., Trai-ners Club, Sports Page Interpretation Club, Officials Club. Future: College CHARLES JOHNSON "Bug" 52 Neilson St. General "He doesn't say much, but is liked by all." Jazz Club. Future: Drafting get-,ke A f' N ii? l?'3 "Z Qc 'fl'- ", ' 1 ,-Q I-JS 4:61 LOUlS KADI "Louie" 50 Louis St. Industrial Arts "What I don't know, I guess." Bowling Club, Auto Mechanics Club, Metal Shop Club. Future: Civil Engineering DARRELL JOHNSON "J.F.A." 71 Bishop St. College Prep "I shall laugh myself to death." Bowling Club, Football Club, Spanish Club, Advocate Rep., Chorus Club, A Cappella Choir. Future: College LAURELL JOHNSON "Laurell" 52 Lee Ave. College Prep "Her air, her manners, all who saw admired." HR Pres., French Club, Girls Basketball, Guidance Office Ass't, Point and Award Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., Drill Team Co-Captain, PAP SUSAN JOHNSON "Sue"' 22 Cleremont Ave., No. Bruns. Business Ed "A light heart lives long." Bowling Club, Pep Club, FHA. Future: Undecided I - Comm., HRSC Treas., Mu Alpha Theta. A liflifggldn i Future: College A.. ' 4 , , 1-I y ' I l il:-' 2 W 'aa' N' 1 - ,iz gmifk "" ' WILLIAM KALCK "Bill" 754 Wood Ave., No. Bruns. General W "The artist does not see things as they are, but as he is." JV Baseball, Baseball Club, Basketball Club, Art Club, Jr. Dance Comm., Ski Club, JV Track, Sports Car Rally Club. Future: Commercial Art JOHN KAISER "John" 9 Bartlett St. College Prep "Live and let live." Art Club, German Club, Football Club. Future: College LlNDA KALMAN "Lin" 224 New York Ave. College Prep "In her, charm has found a dwelling place." French Club, Social Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., Advocate Rep., Orientation Comm., PAP Comm., Soph and Jr. Float Comm., Assembly Comm. Future: College JUDITH KAYE "Judi" 418 Hobart Rd., No. Bruns. College Prep "One whois not afraid to say her my." Point and Award Comm. Chairman, Advocate Rep., Lobby Receptionist, Girls Basketball, GAA, PAP Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., Assembly Comm., Girls State Alternate, Highlights Staff, National Honor Society, Social Comm., Orientation Comm. Chairman, Bridge Club, Yearbook Planning Comm., Jr. and Sr. Float Comm. Future: College SHARON KEENAN "Sharon" H75 Huron Rd., No. Bruns. College Prep "A happy and pleasant way is hers." Future Teachers Club, Biology Club, Soph and Jr. Float Comm., Spanish Club, French Club, Main Office Ass't, Lobby Receptionist, HR CONSTANCE KEARSE "Connie" Sedy FHA 176 Memorial Pkwy. Business Ed. ' ' "Iiveryone's friend." Pep Club, GAA, Sewing Club, Jr. Float Comm., PAP Comm., Assembly Comm. Future: Business School NANCY KLESS "Nance" 258 Clinton Pl., No. Bruns. College Prep "Intelligence, wit and ambition foretell a fine future." PAP Comm., Band, Orchestra, Soph and Jr. Float Comm., National Honor Society, Orientation Comm., Point and Award Comm., Future: Business School KAREN KIRALY "Karen" 40 Quentin Ave. Secretarial "A thing of beauty is a joy forever." HR Treas., Jerseymen's Club, Highlights Rep., GAA, Girls Gymnastics Club. Future: Airline Stewardess Jr. Dance Comm., Hospitality and Publicity Comm., Advocate Literary Editor, Highlights Staff, Point and Award Comm., Attendance Office Ass't, Assembly Comm., Mu Alpha Theta, Yearbook Planning Comm. Future: College ALWINA KLOSTREICH "AI" 9l Townsend St. Business Ed. "A friendly, funrloving girl." German Club, GAA, Pep Club, Hootenanny Club, Art Club, Highlights Rep., Bowling Club, Basketball Club. Future: College ROBERT KEREKES "Bruce" Box 140, Adams La., College Prep No. Bruns. "Worry and I will never meet." Soph Football, A Cappella Choir, Soph and Jr. Float Comm., Biology Club, HR Pres., Jr. Dance Comm., Spanish Club. Future: College VIOLA KNEIPP "Vi" 22 Louis St. General "Take time to playj it is the secret of youth." Bowling Club, Travelers Club, Hootenanny Club. . Future: Business School JO-ANN KERR "Jo" 39-B Pardun Rd., No. Bruns. Office Practice "A girl joyful, sincere and happy." Public Speaking Club, Nurses Ass't, Charm Club, Bowling Club. Future: IBM School LINDA KNIGHT "Ga-Knight" LOUISE KINSEY "Louise" 31 Wright Pl. Office Practice "Toujours gui, toujours gui." Jerseymen's Club, HR Sec'y, Ski Club. Future: Marriage 203 Suydam St. Secretarial "She is witty and lively and full of fun." HR Pres., Lobby Receptionist, Jr. Secretaries Club, Guidance Office Ass't, FHA. Future: Secretarial Work I PATRICIA KOMIVES "Pat" 896 Bradley St., No. Bruns. General "Smile and be happy." Soph Float Comm., Future Teachers Club, Guidance Office Ass't, HRSC Treas., Social Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., Ski Club. Future: Secretarial Work SOPHIE KONDRACKI "Soph" 4 Florence St. Business Ed. "In quietness and confidence shall be her strength." Bridge Club, Travelers Club, Pep Club, Advocate Rep., GAA. Future: IBM School CAROL ANN KOURY "Carole" 380 Huff Rd., No. Bruns. College Prep "Earth's noblest thing - a woman perfected." HR Pres., Bowling Club, GAA, Highlights Staff, Jr. Float Comm., Assembly Comm., Social Comm., PAP Comm., Mu Alpha Theta, Yearbook Student Opinion Comm. Future: College GAIL KUHLTHAU "Gail" ERNEST KOVACS "Bub" I4 Division St. College Prep "Mirth, with thee I mean to live." JV and Varsity Football, Spring Track, Debating Club, Band, HR Treas., Social Comm., PAP Comm., Point and Award Comm., Highlights Staff, Boys State Alternate, Hospitality and Publicity Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., Key Club. Future: College ll ., i,i.M A f A .- 'Aff "kv 4 J, ' ' 'FZ if? - ,. -:-,Tg'4,.,v, "Krosh" ROBERT KROSHEFSKY 1177 Stockton Pl., No. Bruns. College Prep "Life is a struggle, but not a warfare." A Cappella Choir, Soph Football, Chemistry Club, Physics Club, HR V. Pres., "High Button Shoes" Cast, All-State Chorus, Language Lab Ass't, Yearbook Sayings Comm. Future: College 61 Chestnut St., Milltown College Prep "Cute, clever, popular and gay." HR V. Pres., GAA, HR Pres., Gym Office Ass't. Future: College GLENN KURA "Glenn" l2 Hartwell St. Business Ed. "Under his shyness lies the knowledge of how to live." Future: Air Force LYNN KOWALSKI "Lyn" 49 Tunison Rd. General "Ready of heart and ready of hand." Nurses Club, Chemistry Club, Knitting Club. Future: Nursing CHARLES KREIGER "Chuck" 42 Townsend St., Milltown Business Ed. "Enjoying life as it comes his way." JV Basketball, Baseball Club, Basketball Club, Football Club, FBLA. Future: IBM School - " ..'l"All'Yr4A ffl!! ' .. ' il!" ' 'ffl 'im EA ' ' I l ' ll '-" iff .1 -' , ' . ,'-12 11-if-,K Ki-'a - , .th fe- 'Sw-5. if g ' DENISE KURLONAK "Pollock" 28 Alexander St. General "A warm smile brightens many a day." FHA. Future: Beauty Culture I RAYMOND KOYE "Ray" 92 Harvey St. Industrial Arts "He is always at his best." Future: Electronics LORETTA LAMBERT "Loretta" 9 Loretta St. . College Prep "Cheers and gaiety to all she brings." GAA, HR Sec'y, Pep Club, Highlights Reporter, Cheerleader, Bridge Club. Future: College RUBY LANE "Ruby" 109 Baldwin St. General "A quiet way shall be her strength." French Club, Knitting Club, Chemistry Club, Sewing Club, Bridge Club. Future: Undecided RAE LARSON "Rae" 1480 Axel St., No. Bruns. College Prep "Heard melodies are sweet, but those unheard are sweeter." Advocate Rep., Medical Careers Club, Soph and Jr. Float Comm., Highlights Rep., Social Comm., PAP Comm., Highlights Proofreader, Jr. Dance Comm., HR Pres., GAA. Future: College MAXZINE LEE "Maxy" 42 Powers St. Business Ed. "Life is not life at all without delight." Pep Club, PAP Comm., HR Sec'y, Point and Award Comm., Yearbook Student Opinion Comm. Future: Business School - - FRANCINE LaSPlN'A "Fran" 516 Second Ave., No. Bruns. College Prep "Nothing great was ever accomplished without wit and enthusiasm." HR Pres., Medical Careers Club, HR V. Pres., Hospitality and Publicity Comm., Jr. Float Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., P'oint and Award Comm., Social Comm., Assembly Comm., Orientation Comm., Highlights Reporter, PAP Chairman. Future: Foreig-n Service JAMES LEONARD "Jim" 268 Larson Rd., No. Bruns. General "My idea of an agreeable person is one who agrees with me." Auto Mechanics Club, Football Club. Future: Undecided LINDA LAVERS "Linda" 20 Roseland PI., No. Bruns. Office Practice "Seen, but seldom heard." Bowling Club, HRSC Treas., FHA, Charm Club. Future: Business School JOHN LEONIY "Johnnie" l46l Mullica Dr., No. Bruns. General "A true and honest fellow, one worth knowing." , . JV Track, German Club, Wood Shop Club, Chemistry Club, Mechanical Drawing Club, Bowling Club. Future: Drafting JEANINE LAVIN "Jeanine" I2 Reed St. Secretarial "Her eyes are the windows of her soul." HR Sec'y, Spectator Sports Club, FHA, Highlights Typist, Ski Club, Travelers Club. Future: Secretarial Work MARY LAZAR "Mar" 47 No. Wilson Ave., Milltown Secretarial "Always a touch of humor." GAA, Hungarian Club, Jr. Secretaries Club, Highlights Staff, Advocate Rep., Nurses Ass't, Science Dept. Ass't, Charm Club, Yearbook Sayings Comm. Future: Airline School PAY Ll "zing" 118 French St. General STEVEN LEDER "Steve" 305 Powers St. College Prep "Knowledge is power." JV and Varsity Wrestling, Debating Club, German Club, Foreign Economics Club, Mu Alpha Theta, Gymnastics Club. Future: College RAYMOND LEW "Ray" 231 George St, College Prep "He who has ability shall find his place." Glee Club, Spanish Club, Wrestling Club, Wrestling. Future: College "There's only one in almillion as sweet as she." Travelers Club, Proiectionist Club, FHA, Main Office Ass't, Point and Award Comm., Yearbook History Comm. Future: College THOMAS l.lNS "Kat" 67 So. Main St., Milltown College Prep "Good luck is a lazy man's estimate of a workefs success." Language Lab Ass't, Sports Car Rally Club, Motorcycle Club. Future: College J. DEBORAH LIVINGSTON "Debbie" 347 Stelle Ave., Milltown College Prep "The happiness and beauty of a friendly heart shine through her eyes." Spectator Sports Club, A Cappella Choir, Social Comm., HRSC Treas., Jr. Float Comm., HR Treas., Highlights Reporter, Public Speaking Club. Future: College CLAUDTA LOEWE "Cl0" 299 Howard St. Office Co-op "Her spirit is always cheerful." Logic Club, Modern Dance Club, Jr. Secretaries Club, Travelers Club. Future: Undecided ALAN LOUIS "Lou" 7 Cypress Ave., No. Bruns. College Prep "Never do today what you can put off until tomorrow." JV and Varsity Football, Football Club, Basketball Club, Baseball Club, Wrestling. Future: College JEANETTE LOMBARDO "Jay" 921 Lee Ave., No. Bruns. General "A laugh on her lips and fun in her heart." Bowling Club, Officiating Club, Pep Club, Knitting Club, Advocate Rep., Sewing Club. Future: Data Processing' MICHAEL LOSARDO "Mike" 204 Sandford St. General "Make yourself necessary to somebody." Football Club. Future: Art 4,1 " i'z'- A x - " ' 11 Yliv .A ' ae" - rf .-' A A ' l - F' -w L -i l,7i1"2 l 'af , I ll ' FZ' RICHARD LUCARELLO "Richie" 169 Washington Ave., Milltown Office Practice "To be strong is to be happy." FBLA, Bridge Club. Future: IBM School PAUL LOMBARDO 40 Woodland Ave., No. Bruns. College Prep "Wise to resolve, and patient to perform." "Child" Soph and Jr. Float Comm., Key Club, HR Pres., Student Council Sergeant-at-arms, Orientation Comm., Sr. Class V. Pres., National Honor Society, Yearbook Planning Comm. Future: College AN'lTA LONG "Anita" 334 Suydam St. College Prep SALVATORE LOMBARDO "Sal" 1004 Livingston Ave., College Prep No. Bruns. "As merry as the day is long." HR Pres., Soph and JV Football, Debating Club, Trainers Club, Jr. Dance Comm., "High Button Shoes" Cast. Future: College MARLENE LUCK "Lucks" 16 Camner Ave. Business Ed. "Wit and good nature she ossesses "Abundant happiness is hers and she shares it." Book Review Club, Sewing Club, Future Teachers Club, Bowling Club. Future: College l 1 4. ..-" ' t .J A f f r t see' . ,. at . lv .fq.5:.l,' qgi ,gf -as lfga' S: ' l .551 ' ' fi SALVATORE LUCARELLO "SaI" 169 Washington Ave., Milltown College Prep "What is life where living is extinct?" Future Teachers Club, Golf Club, Social Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., Highlights Staff, Yearbook Sayings Comm., Key Club. Future: College P to an astounding degree." Modern Dance Club, Highlights Rep., Pep Club, Hootenanny Club, Point and Award Comm. Future: Secretarial School RICHARD LYON "Rich" I4 Stockton Rd.-, No. Bruns. Business Ed. "A well-planned day is a lost day." Landscaping Club, Football Club, FBLA. Future: Undecided A. i ELLEN LYONS "El" Bl Morrell St. Business Ed. "Not much talk, a great, sweet silence." Art Club, GAA, Jazz Club, K-nitting Club, Highlights Staff. Future: Secretarial Work BARBRA MACECHAK "Barb" U.S. Jil, Box 489, No. Bruns. College Prep "Cute and clever, naughty neverg well, hardly ever." PAP Comm., GAA, Varsity Cheerleader, HRSC VALERIE LYONS "Val" Trees., Advocate Rep., Student Activities Office 28 Wyckoff Sf, Business Ed. Ass't, Girls Basketball, Jazz Club, Bridge Club, "Nothing is impossible to a willing heart." Gym Office A5517- Modern Dance Club, Knitting Club, FHA. Future: Business College PHYLLIS MAJEWSKI "Phyl" 1441 Fela Ave., No. Bruns. College Prep "Always pleasant and gay." Future: College GAlL MAIR "Gugie" 280 Fulton St. College Prep "A quiet girl with a winning charm." Public Speaking Club, Hootenanny Club, Highlights Rep., Jr. Float Comm., HR Treas., A Cappella Choir, Charm Club. Future: College Biology Club, Creative Writing Club, Soph, Jr. and Sr. Float Comm., Band, Advocate Rep., Jr. Dance Comm., Social Comm., Orientation Comm., Twirler, PAP Comm., Point and Award Comm. Future: College JOHN MAKKAY "John" l08 Redmond St. General HI take things as they some - easy." German Club, Football Club, Gymnastics Club. Future: Navy GEORGANNE MACKARONIS "George" 8 Seventh St. College Prep "An ambitious girl with a desirable future." Soph Class Treas., Sec'y for Boys' Gym Office, Highlights Rep., Spectator Sports Club, Soph Dance Comm., Bridge Club, Jr. Dance Comm., Jr. Float Comm., Soph and Sr. Float Comm., Twirler, Mu Alpha Theta, Mathletes. Future: College GEORGE MACKARONIS "George" 28 CourtlandtSt.,Milltown College Prep "Ideas are the great instruments of power." Point and Award Comm., Stamp Club, Office Ass't, Bridge Club, National Honor Society, Advocate Staff, Yearbook Planning Comm., Mu Alpha Theta. Future: Engineering MERRILL MALTESE "Merrill" 461 Otis Rd., No. Bruns. College Prep FRANCESCA MAIMONE "Franca" 24 Alexander St. Business Ed. "No need of sugarp she's already sweet." Basketball Club, Knitting Club, Pep Club, Highlights Staff, Drill Team, Social Comm., Highlights Typist, PAP Comm. Future: Business l MARIA MALTESE "Maria" l37l Osage Rd., No. Bruns. College Prep "A cheerful countenance, giving evidence of a, merry soul." Nurses Club, Orientation Comm., PAP Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., HR Sec'y, GAA, Social Comm., Sr. Float Comm., Point and Award Comm. Future: College "Sweet and kind and a friend to all." Band, Orchestra, Book Review Club, College Planning Club, HR Sec'y, Jr. Float Comm., Clothing Club, Girls Glee Club. Future: College JOHN MANFREDI "John" 144 Delavan St. Business Ed "Life's too short." Sports Car Rally Club. Future: College JOHN MANGARELLA "Mangey" 51 Seaman St. General "He picked something valuable out of everything he read." Highlights Typist. Future: College FRANK MANNINO 23 Woodbridge St. nf "Frank" Business Ed. "Fm the happy-go-lucky kind." Golf Club, Basketball Club, FBLA. Future: College HARRY MASKIN 2 Cook Rd. "The power of thought ,,HarrY,, College Prep the magic STEVEN MARANTZ "Lemon" 174 Commercial Ave. College Prep "Let us be up and doing." Band, Dance Band, HR Pres., Orchestra, Brass Ensemble. Future: College RICHARD MARTINO "Cueball" 258 Livingston Ave. College Prep "There's mischief in this man." Bridge Club, Biology Club, Football Club, Soph and Varsity Football, Jr. Da-nce Comm., Soph and Jr. Float Comm., Sports Page Interpretation Club, Football Club. Future: College of the mind Soph Football, HRSC Treas., Float Comm., Bridge Club, Social Comm., Highlights Rep. Future: College Soph and Sr. Debating Club, , " ifzh. X ,F " ' '3LQf9'A -as -' ' V ai , "'f1 "' f ' 2 1 -'ffl-.-. B ' 'll?. 57?if? - i WILMA MATCHETT "Wilma" 176 Memorial Pkwy. Business Ed. "Her friends are many, her troubles few." Pep Club. Future: Business JOSEPH MARCHETTA "Joe" 1335 Carlisle Rd., No. Bruns. College Prep '1He has built his own monument." HR Pres., Key Club, Soph Float Comm., JV and Varsity Wrestling, Social Comm., Assembly Comm., Sr. and Jr. Class Pres., Jr. Dance Comm., Boys State, Yearbook Planning Comm. Future: College 633 Chrome St., No. Bruns. College Prep "Menzory, the warder of the brain." Physics Club, Chemistry Club, Chorus Club, Radio Club. Future: College JAMES MARTIN "Marty" MARIA MARTINEZ "Marie" 58 Remsen Ave. General "Quiet and strong, with a charm of her own." Bowling Club, Spanish Club. Future: Medical Assistant . , ., ff' .-- 'WTQQA .yi -f A' l . u f' -Q. A Q' ,. t ' if CHARLES MAURO "Chuck" 688 Nassau St., No. Bruns. College Prep "Every man has his own philosophies." H H Current Events Club, Wrestling, Public Speaking JACK MATULEVICH Jack muh, HR V. Pres. IO Wilcox Rd. College Prep Future: College "I think, therefore I am." HR V. Pres., HR Pres., Metal Shop Club, Bridge Club, Golf Team Captain, Social Comm., Publicity Comm., Point and Award Comm., PAP Comm. Future: College GEORGE MAXWELL "Skip" R.F.D. 4, Box 407, No. Bruns. Agriculture "I have no superfluous leisure." Biology Club, Landscaping Club. Future: Navy U MARIE MAXWELL "Marie" 7 Laurel Pl., No. Bruns. Business Ed. "A simple maiden in her flower." Pep Club, Clothing Club, HR Treas. Future: Medical Assistant DONNA MAZZEI "Dee" 3 Pennington Rd. Business Ed. "Cheerfulness heightens beauty." Modern Dance Club, Knitting Club, Sewing Club, HRSC Treas., FHA. Future: Beauty Culture ROBERT MEISSNER "Mice" ROSE MCADAMS "Rosie" 195 Talmadge St. Secretarial "She speaks, behaves and acts just as she ought." Modern Dance Club, Swimming Club, Drama Workshop Club, Charm Club. Future: College JANIS MEDINETS "Jan" 912 Bradley St., No. Bruns. College Prep "Beauty is the light of heavens - gaiety sparkles in the soul." HR Pres., Soph and Jr. Float Comm., French Club, Guidance Office Ass't, HR Treas., PAP Comm., Social Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., JV Cheerleader, Highlights Reporter, Mu Alpha Theta, Yearbook Student O-pinion Comm. Future: College l390 Huron Rd., No. Bruns. College Prep "Life belongs to the energetic." Golf Club, Basketball Club, Jr. Float Comm., HR Treas., Motorcycle Club. Future: College PATRICIA MENDEL "Pat" 250 So. Main St., Milltown Business Ed. "Nice personality, cute and sweet, A nicer girl you'll never meet." Hootenanny Club, Knitting Club, Social Comm., Point and Award Comm., Guidance Office Ass't, Advocate Rep., HR Sec'y, Sports Car Rally Club, Yearbook Sayings Comm. Future: Marriage ROBERT MCBRIDE "Clyde" ll Elmwood Pl., No. Bruns. College Prep "The man who thinks is the man who knows." Creative Writing Club, Slide Rule Club, A Cappella Choir, Jr. Float Comm., Current Events Club, Mathletes. Future: College DONNA MESEROLL "Donna" 80 So. Talmadge St. General "A sweet disposition is the sign of a friendly soul." FHA, Hootenanny Club, Dramatic Recordings Club, Drama Club. Future: Airline Hostess MARY ANN MCCUTCHEN "Ann" 39 Simplex Ave. Business Ed. "Live while ye may." PAP Comm., Clothing Club, Advocate Rep., GAA, Home Economics Club, Girls Glee Club. Future: Business School JOHN MESSEROLL "Jol'mnie" R.D. 4, Box 428, No. Bruns. Agriculture "You must look into people as well as at them." Landscaping Club. Future: College THOMAS MCGOWAN "Tommy" 180 Fulton St. College Prep "I know all the answers, but they ask the wrong questions." Basketball Club, Baseball Club, Baseball, Bridge Club. Future: College WILLIAM MESSEROLL "Bill" R.D. 4, Box 428, No. Bruns. Agriculture "To be honest is to be one man picked out of ten thousand." Landscaping Club, Motorcycle Club. Future: Coast Guard JOHN MEYERS "John" 45 Pennington Rd. College Prep "joking and humor are pleasant, and often of extreme utility." Astronomy Club, Hootenanny Club. Future: Navy SARAH MICALE "Sarah" 219 Lawrence St. College Prep "A girl of many charms." Highlights Rep.,Nurses Club, Lobby Receptionist, Hootenanny Club, HR Treas., Drill Team, Assembly Comm., Social Comm., Jr. Dance LINDA MILLER "Milla" 302 Ward St. Distributive Ed. "Born with a gift of laughter." Chorus Club, Home Economics Club, Driving JOSEPHINE MONDI "Jo" I5 Seventh St. Business Ed. "Her happiness greets all who know her." FHA. Future: Business School Comm. Future: College RONALD MONUS "Moon" 24 Handy St. Business Ed. "The insane root that takes the reason prisoner." Metal Shop Club, Football Club, Sports Car Rally Club. Future: IBM School Club. Future: IBM School ., f' A .1 Wlggell " Q' fi g "-J . f L ERNESTINE MORRISON "Ernie" 23 Loretta St, Business Ed. "Gifted with a cheerful, pleasing disposition." Checkroom Comm., Jazz Club, HR Sec'y, Pep Club, Hootenanny Club, HR Treas., Jr. Dance Comm., Social Comm., PAP Comm., GAA. Future: Business School i i JOEL MIRONOV 1463 Pawnee Rd., No. Bruns. College Prep "He brings out lfie best in others." , Radio Club, College Planning Club, Chemistry Club, Bridge Club, Mu Alpha Theta. Future: College l "Joel" L JOAN MOLIMOCK "Molly" 612 Chrome St., No. Bruns. Secretarial "Beauty, charm, personality - an all-American girl." Pep Club, Girls Referee Club, HR V. Pres., Advocate Rep., Social Comm., Drill Team Captain, Attendance Office Ass't. CHERYL MOLNAR "Cheryl" 66 Seaman St. College Prep "Good nature and good sense are never separated." Guidance Office Ass't, Creative Writing Club, Spanish Club, Soph and Jr. Float Comm., Social Comm., Assembly Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., Yearbook Student Opi-nion Comm., Travelers Club. Future: College 4,. Future: Secretarial School f i'i1l'f'4 .f L C sg r ,Q 1.1. fiLq,gf'i .- 'jar ls A , . "ff DAWN MOWERY "Dawn" 236 Livingston Ave. Business Ed. CATHERINE MOSTRANSKY "Cathy" "A dash of laughter, a cup of fun." 3 W. Church St., Milltown College Prep pep Club, HR Secfyl Jr' Dance Comm., ski "Forever all goodness will be charming." Club, Charm Club. Girls Food Club, Planning Club, Jr. Guidance Office Highlights Rep. P'roofreader, PAP Comm. Future: College 1 Jerseymen's Club, College Future: 'BM 5Cl"00l Dance Comm., Social Comm., Ass't, Lobby Receptionist, Advocate Typist and Comm., Point and Award KATHLEEN MURPHY "Murph" 30 Glenridge Ave., No. Bruns. College Prep "Clever, capable and gay An all-round girl in every way." A Cappella Choir, Jr. Dance Comm., Girls Gymnastics Club, Cheerleader. Future: College i ROBERT MYERS "Bob" 139 Washington Ave., Milltown College Prep "His laughter is indispensable in the classroom." Key Club, Golf Club, JV and Varsity Winter Track, JV and Varsity Spring Track, JV and Varsity Wrestling, HR Treas., Wrestling Club, Sr. Float Comm. Future: College JACK NAHAMA "JaCk" 1405 Seneca Rd., No. Bruns. College Prep HI use not all the brains I have." Debating Club, Golf Club, Driving Club, Highlights Reporter, Wrestling, Sports Page Interpretation Club. Future: College CORDELL NAPIER "Slim" 134 Seaman St. Business Ed. "A student of mischief." HR V. Pres., Band, Jazz Club. Future: Air Force ' KATHLEEN NEMETH "Kathi" 48 No. Wilson Ave., Milltown College Prep "Good nature is her asset." Art Club, PAP Comm., P'oint and Award Comm., Social Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., Soph, Jr. and Sr. Float Comm., Future Teachers Club. Future: College THOMAS NEMETH "Tom" 54 High St. College Prep "His talents are more of the silent type." Astronomy Club, Radio Club, PAP Comm., Physics Club, Mu Alpha Theta. Future: College SCOTT NEWELL "Evey" 57 So. Pennington Rd. College Prep "When all else is lost, the future still TL'lIllllI1S.n Power Mechanics Club, Football Club, Travelers Club, Ski Club. Future: College VERNA NAPIER "Verna" 40 Oliver St. General "Quietness and wit, arm in arm." FHA, Jr. Secretaries Club. Future: IBM School CRAIG NELSON "Craig" 365 Gerry Rd., No. Bruns. College Prep "Work to perfection." Cross Country, Winter Track, Art Club, Spring Track Co-Captain, Basketball Club, HR Pres., Ski Club, Sports Car Rally Club. Future: College VALERIE NELSON "Val" 2 Prosper St. Office Practice "Her hair is her crowning glory." Jr. Secretaries Club. Future: Secretarial Work RONALD NIEDERMAN "Ronnie" 240 Talmadge St. College Prep "A man of few words is a man of true value." JACALYN NIEDERMAN If-lackieu Future: Electrical Engineering 240 Talmadge St. General "Energy is not measured by size." Sewing Club, Cooking Club, Knitting Club, Advocate Rep., Highlights Rep. Future: Dress Designing 4... DEBRA NUNN "Debbie" 261 So. Main St., Milltown College Prep 'fNever a trouble, never a frown." Hootenanny Club, Biology Club, PAP Comm. Future: Waves CAROLYN OAKLEY "Carol" 10 So. Ward St. College Prep "Whatever is worth doing is worth doing well." HR Pres., GAA, Social Comm., French Club, Gym Office Ass't, Orientation Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., PAP Comm., Yearbook Sayings Comm. Future: College CARYN OCHS "Caryn" 1430 Highway 27, No. Bruns. College Prep "A little bit of dynamite." A Cappella Choir, PAP Comm., Hospitality and Publicity Comm., Jr. Float Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., Social Comm., Advocate Rep., GEORGE ORSO "Firebird Kid" R.D. 4, Livingston Ave., College Prep No. Bruns. "May his good nature help him reach heights unsurpassed." HR Pres., Jerseymen's Club, Baseball Club. Future: College KATHLEEN OBERHUBER ,llcalllyn HR Treas., Highlights Reporter, Orientation l Elm Row Busmess Ed' Comm. Yearbook Sayings Comm. "A quiet, sincere girl and a Futurefcollege pleasure to know." Future: Data Processing ., f" ., ,JL i ,- - -- A' .,f1 ' w- KAREN OSTERBURG "Karen" ' , 1 1' -,'5'if'13,: 1343 Kearney Dr., No. Bruns. Colleges Prep Q! :xiii "Goodness does not consist of greatness, P' ' i'9'l,i g.wfg ' " but greatness of goodness." 1 ' 'f'Tf.'f" HR Sec'y, Highlights Typist and Copyreader, lnternat'l Relations Club, World Religions Club, Soph and Jr. Float Comm., HR Pres., Hospitality and Publicity Comm., Orientation Comm., GAA, Lobby Receptionist, Jr. Dance Comm., HR V. Pres., Knitting Club, Yearbook Sayings Comm. Fugure: College CYNTHIA OWENS "Cin" 339 So. Main St., Milltown College Prep "Her life is a bubble of friendliness." Nurses Club, Soph and Jr. Float Comm., A Cappella Choir, Spanish Club, Jr. Dance Comm., HR Treas. Future: College SHIRLEY OLCSVAY "Shirl" 897 Cranbury Cross Rd., College Prep No. Bruns. "She has a gentle, quiet appearance." Art Club, FHA, Assembly Comm., Social Comm., HRSC Treas., Future Teachers Club, Travelers Club. CAROLINE O'NEAL "Carol" 30 Howard St Off' C . ice o-op Future: College ,. - NORMAN ORDERS . "Norman' 188 Hale St. Business Ed "They said it couldn't bedone, so I didn't even try." Golf Club, Jazz Club. Future: Business School Cheerful as the day Lis long." Spanish Club, Bridge Club, Highlights Rep., GAA, Jr. Dance Comm. Future: Business School ., . L... f' V- ' A ifgiif. ' -i ' .-sg Rf-if ,. A BARBARA PARILLO "Barb" 1045 Spring St., No. Bruns. Business Ed. "Beauty, calmness and sincerity led her way." HR Treas., Pep Club, Spectator Sports Club, HRSC Treas., GAA, HR Sec'y, Auto Mechanics Club, Knitting Club, Yearbook Student Opinion Comm. Future: Business School ROBERT PASTERNAK "Markus Fruitus" 8 Beechwood Pl., No. Bruns. College Prep "All art is but an imitation of nature." Band, Orchestra, Dance Band, Pit Orchestra. Future: Art School GLORIA PASTORIO "Gee Jay' 49 Burnet St. Distributive Ed HA girl full of fun." Future: Beauty Culture REBECCA PATKO "Becky" 14 First St., Milltown Secretarial "Simple and sweet." Nurses Club, National Honor Society, Highlights Typist, Social Comm., FHA, Attendance Office Ass't, PAP Comm., English Dept. Ass't, PAP Comm. Future: Secretarial Work DONNA PAUL "Donna" 1614 Ohio Ave., No. Bruns. College Prep "Charm ix that extra quality that defies description." Pep Club, Office Ass't, HR Treas., HRSC Treas., Nurses Club, Social Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., Jr. Float Comm., Girls Gymnastics Club, Assembly Comm. Future: Nursing SUSAN PHILLIPS "Sue" R.D. 4, Box l4OA, No. Bruns. College Prep "The smile that zvmfl come off." ALAN PAVON "Al" 272 Livingston Ave. College Prep t'Ix'inrIness, strength and virtue make the man." HRSC Treas., Soph and Jr. Float Comm., Football Club, Social Comm., Lunchroom Comm., JV Baseball, Highlights Reporter, PAP Comm., Orientation Comm. Future: College LUCILLE PERRINO "LUCY" 668 Edgewood Pl., No. Bruns. General '4Her ways are ways of plerr.santness." Sewing Club, Creative Writing Club, Mechanical Drawing Club, FHA, Charm Club. Future: Beauty Culture Social Comm., PAP Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., GAA, Girls Basketball, Art Club, HR Treas., HR V. Pres., HR Sec'y, Soph, Jr. and Sr. Float Comm., Guidance Office Ass't, Yearbook Student Opinion Comm., PAP Comm. Future: College STANLEY PIENTA "Sandy" 1 Rutgers St. College Prep "Worm makes the man." Football Club. Future: College CHARLES PEPITONE "Chuck" 41 Harrison Ave., Milltown General "As idle as a painted ship on a painted ocean." Auto Mechanics Club, Drafting Club. Future: Drafting FRANCES PEPITONE "Fran" 41 Harrison Ave., Milltown College Prep "Lauglzable, likeable, laudable and wise." Girls Gymnastics Club, Chorus Club, HR Sec'y, Highlights Rep., Jr. Dance Comm., HR Pres., JV and Varsity Cheerleader, French Club, Gym Office Ass't. Future: College ROBERT PLANGEMANN "Flange" 6 Lufberry Ave. College Prep JOSEPH PERNA "Joe" 988 Clarke Rd., No. Bruns. V General "For heis a jolly, good fellow." Baseball Club, Soph and JV Football, German Club, JV Baseball, Basketball Club. Future: College "Good nature is stronger than steel." Soph, JV and Varsity Football,- JV and Varsity Winter and Spring Track, Band, Officiating Club, Key Club, Soph Float Comm., HR V. Pres., Mechanical Drawing Club. Future Colle e 1 9 GARY PIZZAIA "Gary" 810 Nassau St., No. Bruns. College Prep "Life is what you make it." Current Events Club, Chess and Checkers Club, Power Mechanics Club. Future: College JANICE POGORZELSKI "Pickles" 400 Sandford Sf. Business Ed. "A lialbpy soul." Hootenanny Club, Art Club, Advocate Rep., Charm Club, GAA. Future: Clerical Work i DOUGLAS PONDER "Doug" l8l Seaman St. College Prep "Men of humor are always in some degree men of genius." K Cross Country, Bowling Club, Band, Dance Band, Jr. Float Comm., Jr. Secretaries Club, Baseball Club, Drama Club. Future: College JOSEPH PRIORE "Joe" 46 McAuliffe Dr., No. Bruns. Business Ed "Passion is a powerful spring." Art Club, Football Club, Boys Food Club, Yearbook Sayings Comm. Future: Business PATRlClA PORCH "Pat" 176 Memorial Pkwy. Office Practice "Sophistiealion adds Il delighlful variation to life." Nurses Club, German Club, Jr. Secretaries Club, Girls Glee Club. Future: Undecided ROSEMARY PRIORE "Rosebud" 46 McAuliffe Dr., No. Bruns. Business Ed. "Too cute to grow." HR Pres., Bridge Club, HRSC Treas., Social Comm., Yearbook Will Comm. Future: Business IRVING PORTER "lrvin" 264 Comstock St. General "He enjoys life and people." Power Mechanics Club, Job Preparation Club. Future: Business School r. ' Jw, ,I 'X x -- ' ' 21134 , --C' J .. fi v e - . A J -Qian. ' -i ,ya 5y'q1.4e .,'N- S" JWS U JZ'-riffffsz ' ' s' JONATHAN PURITZ "Jon" 60 Tunison Rd. College Prep "I think well of myself, as I rightly should." Golf Club, Astronomy Club, Golf, HR V. Pres., Sports Car Rally Club. Future: College l RON PREVITY "Ron" 7l0 Lee Ave., No. Bruns. General "Str4'ngth through joy." Astronomy Club, Radio Club, Drama Club, Future: Technical School Q,-aj.-. -A 'C ,. LQS' 4 if Q-is l l - . ,i,. . "-.",f"-' ' . 'Q-"'v,. H131 ..: .,S iizzfaiffir S' , - LINDA PURNELL "Cookie" 90 Throop Ave. Business Ed. "A wise and understanding heart." PAP Comm., Sewing Club, Cooking Club, GAA, Girls Basketball. Future: Secretarial School DEBORAH PRICE "Deb" ,A 30 Herbert Ave., Milltown General . V - - ,, ' A good nature is a precious gift. Nurses Club, Medical Careers Club, Checkroom Comm., World Religions Club, Ski Club, Girls Glee Club. Future: Nursing FRANK RABA "Heb" 2 Nicholas Ct., Milltown College Prep Fut "Goofs gift to women." ure: Undecided ROOSEVELT PRICE "Roosevelt" 4 Powers St. College Prep "The stronger always sufz'eerls." Biology Club, Football, HR Pres. Future: College I 1 , N . l .. I, 4 l , . l Ui. . ti EQ JACQUELINE RALPH "Jackie" 967 Yorke Rd., No. Bruns. Business Ed. "Her heart's welcome in her smile." HRSC Treas., Pep Club, Spectator Sports Club, Attendance Office Ass't, HR Treas., Point and Award Comm., GAA. Future: Business School RENFE RALPH "Nay-Nay" 961 Yorke Rd., No. Bruns. General "Sweeter also than honey and the honeycomb." Girls Basketball, Point and Award Comm., GAA, Advocate Rep., HR Pres., HR Sec'y, Spectator Sports Club, Jr. Dance Comm., Bowling Club, Motorcycle Club. Future: Undecided TIMOTHY RAMTEKE "Dr. Tim O'I.eary" 58 Duke St. College Prep "A good sport in work or play." Radio Club, Auto Mechanics Club, Physics GUY REALE "Guy 801 Curie Rd., No. Bruns. Distributive Ed "He who seeks knowledge will grow? Future: Navy PATRICIA REINHARD "Pat" 28 W. Lakewood Ave., Milltown Office Co-op "Saying a little but with sincerity outdoes any mation." Pep Club, Advocate Club, Modern Dance Club. Future: Secretarial Work Club. Future: Undecided PAUL REINHARD "NOser" 28 W. Lakewood Ave., Milltown CIE "Quiet as a plow laid at the furrow's edge." Future: Air Force ANDREA RENOUX "G.C." 68 South St., Milltown Office Co-op "In her tongue is the law of kindness." Art Club, Pep Club, Social Comm., Main Office Ass't. Future: Art School ARTHUR REED "Skip" 24 Van Liew Ave., Milltown College Prep "Innocent eyes conceal a mischievous soul." Officiating Club, Basketball Club, Key Club, JV and Varsity Basketball, Jr. Dance Comm., Jr. Class V. Pres. Future: College DAVID RICHARDS "David" MARYBELE REED "Mar" 44 Tunison Rd. General "To know her is lo like her." Highlights Rep., Nurses Club, World Religions Club, HRSC Treas., HR Pres. Future: College SANDRA RICHMOND "Sandy" 780 Carpenter Rd., No. Bruns. College Prep "Love, sweetness, goodness, dwell in her heart." Future Teachers Club, Soph and Jr. Float Comm., PAP Comm., Social Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., Highlights Proofreader, Lobby Receptionist, HRSC Treas., Spanish Club. Future: College SUSAN REED "Sue" 59 George St., Milltown General "A pleasant face and a happy personf' Science Club, Nurses Club, Library Club, Art Typing Club. Future: Junior College I4 Nicholas Ct., Milltown General "I have laid aside business and gone a-fishing." Chess and Checkers Club. Future: College DAVID RIES "Dave" 82 Riva Ave., Milltown College Prep "lt is a knack to be willy and serious at the same time." Soph Football, Soph Wrestling, Wood Shop Club, Jerseymen's Club, Bridge Club, HR Treas. Future: College LINDA RIVA "Lin" 139 Riva Ave., Milltown Office Practice "A clever mind combined with a cheerful disposition." Tennis Club, Girls Gymnastics Club, Girls Basketball, GAA, Jr. Dance Comm., Gym Office Ass't, Varsity Cheerleader, Yearbook Student Opinion Comm. Future: College MELBA ROBINSON "Michele" 20 Jennings Ct. General "A cheerful spirit in a cheerful heart." Fashion Club, Charm Club, Girls Sports Club, Spanish Club, Speech Club, Jazz Club, Spanish Club. Future: Business School SHARON RUDEWICK "Shar" 644 Holly La., No, Bruns. College Prep "In the truly great, virtue governs with the MARIE ROKOSZ "Mike" 87 Tunison Rd. Office Practice "The magic of the face . . ." HRSC Treas., Hootenanny Club, Art Club, FHA. Future: Office Work JANET ROYKO "Jan" 1472 Seneca Rd., No. Bruns. College Prep "The amicable kind." HR V. Pres., Nurses Club, PAP Comm,, Social Comm., Hospitality and Publicity Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., Band, Point and Award' Comm., Library Ass't. Future: College sceplre of knowledge." Bridge Club, French Club, Point and Award Comm., Orientation Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., HR Sec'y, Logic Club, Mu Alpha Theta, Attendance Office Ass't. Future: College , ifijyg -A if , of 2.5 i 4 j., we - ' ' i .. . ,y.,. f .,,l.-5.1, h. 1 -hfsaqlt . I - ' NANCY RUDNITZKY "Nancy" lOl So. Main St., Milltown Secretarial "A merry heart is welcome anywhere." Modern Dance Club, Jr, Dance Comm., Jr. Secretaries Club, Twirler, Charm Club. Future: Medical Secretary 1- - MARY JO ROMEO "Jo" 207 Hale St. Secretarial "Life is to be enjoyed." Attendance Office Ass't, Girls Foods Club, Jr. Secretaries Club, HR Sec'y, Nurses Office Ass't, FHA, Main Office Ass't. ' . . WILLIAM ROSS "Bill" Future. Medical Assistant 123 Somerset SL College Prep "He will follow his path quietly." Mechanical Drawing Club, Coin Collectin Club. MICHAEL ROTTER "Mike" 196 Rutgers St. College Prep "Intelligence and insight must lead to success." Point and Award Comm. Co-Chairman, Orchestra, Highlights Rep., Highlights Reporter, Spring Track, Jr. Dance Comm., JV and Varsity Wrestling, Social Comm., Assembly Comm., National Honor Society, Lunchroom Comm., Jr. Float Comm., Highlights Sports Editor, HR Pres. Future: College 9 Future: College .. .'-lx Z4 .. lt lkijgla 17" Q,--fig. -A ' l 41 " -A. - A ,Z 1' V"at'xEf1m. 'Q' ' .ff X ' LINDA RYAN "Lin" 933 Shepard Ave., No. Bruns. Secretarial "Shall I compare thee to a szlmmerlv day?" Modern Dance Club, Pep Club, Bowling Club, GAA, Jr. Float Comm., Jr. Dance Comm. THERESE RUMP "Terry" Future: Business School 54 Wilcox Rd. College Prep "And laughter is an art." Future Teachers Club, Sewing Club, Highlights Rep., Social Comm., Yearbook Student Opinion Comm., German Club. Future: College DIANE SAITTA "Di" 1214 Livingston Ave., No. Bruns. Business Ed. "Happy and gay in her own friendly way." Girls Gymnastics Club, Sewing Club, Basketball Club. Future: Business DIANE SALZMANN "Di" R.D. 4, Box 3888, No. Bruns. College Prep "Smile and the world smiles with you." Spanish Club, World Religions Club, Sewing Club, Social Comm., Girls Basketball, GAA, A Cappella Choir, Point and Award Comm. Future: College MARILYN SAMSON "Mar" 55 George St., Milltown College Prep "Charm strikes the sight but merit wins the soul." HR Sec'y, Main Office Ass't, Biology Club, PAP Comm., Jr. and Sr. Float Comm., National Honor Society, Point and Award Comm., Yearbook Planning Comm., Drama Workshop, Girls State Alternate. Future: College JEFFREY SCHENCK "Jeff" JOSEPH SCHEIRICH "Pop" 52 Robinson St. College Prep "I will conquer all." Astronomy Club, Ham Radio Club. Future: College 174 Suydam St. College Prep "The only way to have a friend is to be one." Bowling Club, Meteorology Club, Ski Club, ANTHONY SANTALUCIA "Sant" 216 Powers St. College Prep "He who invented work should have finished it." Driving Club, Football Club, Basketball Club. Future: College spans Car Rally Club. EDMUND SCHESKA "Sches" Future: Navy 20 Cogswell PI. College Prep "In his carefree way, he is happy every day," HR Pres., HRSC Treas., Hootenanny Club, JV Ba Br Fu seball, Varsity Football, Jr. Float Comm., idge Club, Jazz Club. ture: College PATRICIA SANTISI "Pat" 974 Linwood PI., No. Bruns. College Prep "Quiet and .sweet and always neat." Twirler, Point and Award Comm., Assembly Comm., Future Teachers Club, Jr. Dance Comm., Jr. Bus Comm., National Honor Society, Attendance Office Ass't, Mu Alpha Theta. Future: College WILLIAM SCHIPMANN "Bill" I4 Walnut St., No. Bruns. Office Practice "There's a time for all things." Auto Mechanics Club, Chess and Checkers Club, Bowling Club, Sports Car Rally Club. Future: Undecided r 3 ANTHONY SANTORO "Tony" l29A Adams La., No. Bruns. General " 'Tis strange what a man may do." Future: College JOAN SCHMIDT "Schmidt" 85 Senior St. College Prep "Full of spirit, full of fun, Full of pep that gets things done." Soph Bus Comm., Attendance Office Ass't, Art Club, Soph, Jr. and Sr. Float Comm., Jr, and Sr. Class Treas., HR V. Pres., Jr. Bus Comm., PAP Comm., Pep Club, Orientation Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., Point and Award Comm., Assembly Comm., Highlights Reporter, Future Teachers Club, Social Comm., Girls Citizenship Institute, Yearbook Planning Comm., National Honor Society. Future: College SANDRA SAUNDERS "Sandy" 378 Church La., No. Bruns. College Prep "When in doubt do the friendliest thing." Future: Architecture GAIL SCHNEIDER "Spide" 40 Townsend St., Milltown College Prep "Thy modestyis a candle to thy merit." Highlights Staff, Bridge Club, Nurses Club, FHA, Ski Club, P'AP Comm. Future: College URSULA SCHWANDT "Ursi" 1532 So. Indian Pl., No. Bruns. College Prep "Never underestimate the power of a woman." Advocate Rep., Hootenanny Club, Logic Club, Bridge Club, GAA, Girls Gymnastics Club. Future: Colleqe BERNADETTE SCORDO "Bernie" 1065 Apache St., No. Bruns. Office Practice "The height of sweetness." Medical Careers Club, Pep Club, Hootenanny JANIS 240 Foods Comm., Comm., Typist, SEN KO "Jan" Hamilton St. College P'rep "With hair the color of gold and a heart to match." Club, Office Ass't, GAA, Jr. Float PAP Comm., Social Comm., Jr. Dance Advocate Rep., Pep Club, Highlights Point and Award Comm., Yearbook Sayings Comm., Future Teachers Club. WILLIAM SCRUGGS "Groove" 61 Plum St. College Prep "Who said work and play don't mix?" Soph Football, JV Track, Band, Orchestra, Brass Ensemble. Future: College Club, FHA. Future: Secretarial Work 4.1 .U .'., 1 o wtf! I L. - l. ?- ' T iff tp -A '-1fQ:."!' Q 'Y' JOSEPH SERVON "Joe" 7 Violet Ter., Milltown Business Ed. "A .Sportsman through and through." Football Club, Art Club, Gymnastics Club. ROBERT SHALAYDA 4 Bob Future: College 71 Herbert Ave., Mllltown College Prep Future: College 'iThere's honesty, great manhood and good fellowship in thee." Slide Rule Club, Current Events Club, Radio Club, College Planning Club, National Honor Society Pres., Physics Club, Mu Alpha Theta. Future: College BEVERLY SEAWRIGHT "Beve" 136 Paterson St. General "Good and kind to all." HRSC Treas., Biology Club, PAP Comm. Future: College MARIA SEGLINS "Mari" 146 Easton Ave. Office Practice "There shall never be a dull moment." Main Office Ass't, GAA. Future: Secretarial Work JOYCE SEMBIANTE "Joyce" 948 Patton St., No. Bruns. College Prep "Silence is golden, but talking is more jun." Pep Club, Drama Club, PAP Comm., Hospitality and Publicity Comm., Assembly Comm., Highlights Staff, Travelers Club. Future: College f,,1 'A ll -e' 1-'.ii,"i " ' l- " 4" -1: ' . .5-. ka. -.1-1'-,. 1 431 ,. f-'f.1f2"f'f'f 1'-' I ands .I . ...gm ALISON SHELTON "Alison" ' 295 So. Main St., Milltown College Prep , X "Bright eyes and a bright smile." l Bridge Club, HR Pres., Highlights Typist, German Club, Hootenanny Club, Jr. Dance DOROTHY SHAMBLIN "Dottie" Eoflmj U d .d d 712 Myrtle Rd., No. Bruns. Secretarial Uwe' n ec' e "Bouncy and bright, a true delight." Cheerleader, HR Sec'y, HR Treas., FBLA, Attendance Office Ass't, Sec'y to Mr. Kuchinski, Point and' Award Comm., Social Comm. Future: Secretarial Work WILLIAM SHROYER "BiIl" 1345 Omaha Rd., No. Bruns. General "Take the world as it is." Wood Shop Club, Auto Mechanics Club. Future: Undecided DEBORAH SHUEY "Debbie" 7 Mitchell Ave. Office Practice "Pretty is as pretty does." HR Sec'y, Pep Club, Ski Club. Future: Office Work BRUCE SIMON "Brew" 264 Sandford St. Genera' "l'm quiet - at times." Soph Football, Hungarian Club, Bridge Club Auto Mechanics Club, Soph, Jr. and Sr. Floa' Comm., Yearbook Sayings Comm., HR V. Prev Future: College JEANETTE SKIDMORE "Nettie" 988 Nassau St., No. Bruns. General "Gentle, quiet, sweet, and kind." Library Ass't, Pep Club, Spanish Club, Vocations Club. Future: College MICHAEL SIMS "Mike" 148 Riva Ave., Milltown College Prer "A good mind possesses a kingdom." Mathletes, JV Wrestling, HRSC Treas., Debating Club, Astronomy Club, Bridge Club, Advocate' Staff, Mu Alpha Theta. Future: College WILLIAM SKAFF "Bill" 34 W. .Church St., Milltown College Prep "Simplicity of character is no hindrance to subtlety of intellect." Key Club, Creative Writing Club, Debating Club, National Honor Society. Future: College WILLIE SLACK "Clarene" I39 Throop Ave. Distributive Ed. "The soul of this man is his clothes." Future: Business NARVIA SIMS "Narv" 135 Remsen Ave. Office Practice "Her voice was ever soft, gentle and low." PAP Comm., GAA, Lunchroom Comm., FBLA, Highlights Rep., Girls Glee Club, A Cappella Choir. Future: Business College JOHN SLEMMER "John" 356 Tremont Ave., No. Bruns. College Prep "You, gods, will give us some faults to make us men." Meteorology Club, Jerseymen's Club, World Religions Club, Astronomy Club, Bridge Club, Motorcycle Club, HR Sec'y. Future: College SHELLEY SINENSKY "Shell" 29 Halstead Rd. College Prep "Without laughter, what is life?" Medical Careers Club, Nurses Club, Mechanical Drawing Club, GAA, Advocate Rep., Jr. Dance Comm., Social Comm., Jr. Float Comm., PAP Comm., Point and Award Comm., Zebra Mascot. Future: Nursing School WARREN SLEMMER "Slem" 356 Tremont Ave., No. Bruns. General "He who sings frightens away his ills." Golf Club, A Cappella Choir, "High Button Shoes" Cast, HR Treas., All-State Chorus, All-East Chorus, Middlesex County Chorus, Key Club. Future: College ROBERT SIRNA "Bob" 617 Remsen Ave., No. Bruns. College Prep "It is a tranquil people-who accomplish much." JV and Varsity Baseball, Baseball Club, Officiating Club. Future: College FRANK SMALL "Frank" I3 First St., Milltown College Prep "To endeavor is to succeed." Chess and Checkers Club, Logic Club. Future: College gf. ! T . DAVID SMITH "Smitty" 31 Violet Ter., Milltown General "Beware the fury of a patient man." Radio Club, Power Mechanics Club, Auto Mechanics Club, Chess and Checkers Club, Slide Rule Club. Future: Drafting GREGORY SMITH "Smitty" 38 Serviss Ave., No. Bruns. General "Let what will be, be." Baseball Club, Driving Club. Future: Drafting JANICE STARKMAN "Jan" T99 Commercial Ave. College Prep "A good-natured girl with a smile for all." Guidance Office Ass't, Future Teachers Club, Public Speaking Club, HR Treas., Social Comm., FREDERICK SPATARO "Frodo" 60 Ellen St. College Prep "A combination rare and true, Athlete, friend and good fellow, too." JV and Varsity Football, Baseball, Future Teachers Club, HR Pres., Highlights Managing Editor. Future: College Assembly Comm., Girls State Delegate, Jr. Dance Comm., Jr. Float Comm., HR V. Pres., Orientation Comm., HRSC Treas., Point and Award Comm., Yearbook Will Comm., Spanish Club. Future: College RICHARD SMITH "Sugar Bear" 243 Washington Ave.,Milltown College Prep "No man is wiser for his learning." Highlights Cartoonist. Future: Art Institute .v . W, f'll I ,. - . - " l ., 11 -i sh. A i V if " 1. l 1 .iz ",,:'ff1,A, Kia as , ' JOAN STASS "Joan" .3 Freeman St. College Prep "Sineerity plus modesty equals success." HRSC Treas., Future Teachers Club, Spanish Club, Social Comm., Sewing Club, Jr. Dance Comm., Assembly Comm., Social Comm. Future: College RONALD SMITH "Yogi" 15 No. Pennington Rd. Business Ed. "A man who has few cares has no regrets." Soph and Varsity Football, Weight Lifting Club, Football Club. Future: College ELIZABETH SODBINOW "Liz" 142 Neilson St. College Prep "Great is truth, and mighty above all things." Assembly Comm., Book Review Club, French Club, Jr. Dance Comm., Lobby Receptionist, Tennis Club, Highlights Copyreader, HR Treas., Girls Glee Club, Point and Award Comm., PAP Comm. Future: College JAMES STRIMPLE "Strimp" 388 No. Main St., Milltown College Prep DEAN SOLOMOS "Dean" 154 Joyce Kilmer Ave. College Prep "Ready to spilt his sides with laughter." Wrestling, Slide Rule Club, Meteorology Club, Football Club, Auto Mechanics Club, Slide Rule Club. Future: College .fx '- ' ' " .' A ,.. T -4 - A' l -J 1 -1,- ' . 4 ll T KATHLEEN STEFAN "Kathy" 38 Woodland Ave., No. Bruns. Office Practice "Laughter llghterzs the heart and refreshes the mind." Nurses Club. Driving Club, FHA. Future: Secretarial Work "Virtue is bold and goodness never fearful." Key Club, JV and Varsity Basketball, Track, Officiating Club, HR V. Pres., Orientation Comm., Boys State, Basketball Club, Assembly Comm., HR Pres. Future: College ... --Q lie KATHERINE STROUP "Kathie" T0 Bowser Rd. Office Practice "The very flower of youth." Service Club, Bridge Club, Proiectionist Club, FHA. Future: Dental Assistant CHARLIE SUDANO "Crash" 297 Suydam St. General "Success begins with a person? will." Pep Club, Art Club, Auto Mechanics Club. Future: Business DONNA SUFALKO "Donna" 56 Joyce Kilmer Ave. Distributive Ed. "She smiles with an intent to do mischief." Jerseymen's Club, Jazz Club. Future: Marriage KENNETH SZEGESKI "Ken" 244 Somerset St. Business Ed. "Happiness is not an emotiong it is a way of life." Soph, JV and Varsity Football, Basketball Club, HR V. Pres., Sports Car Rally Club, Auto Mechanics Club, Metal Shop Club. Future: College DONNA SUSAN "Don" 1445 Mullica Dr., No. Bruns. Secretarial "Silence is more eloquent than words." HR Treas., Main Office Ass't, FBLA, Pep Club, Sewing Club, Jr. Secretaries Club. Future: Secretarial Work PAULINE TABLER "Polly" 82 Booream Ave., Milltown College Prep "Never meddle with actresses, for they are a favored class." CONNIE SZEFLINSKI "Sefel" 96 Wright Pl. College Prep "She is a talker and needs no questioning." Band Orchestra Astronom Club Brass I 1 Y 1 Ensemble, Mathletes, Jr. Dance Comm., Jr. Float Comm., Mu Alpha Theta. Future: College Highlights Rep., Pep Club, Girls Gymnastics Club, French Club, Girls Basketball, Gym Office Ass't, Art Club, Jr, Dance Comm., Yearbook Student Opinion Comm. Future: College , ELIZABETH SWALE "Liz" 1284 Kearney Dr., No. Bruns. College Prep "Quiet and happy, a wonderful girl." Pep Club, Spanish Club, Jr. Dance Comm., National Honor Society, Nurses Club. Future: Nursing PETER TAMBURINI "Tam" 54 Cleremont Ave., No. Bruns, College Prep "A regular fellow and a truly good friend." Football Club, Soph Football, JV and Varsity Baseball. Future: Trade School LOUISE SWALE "Louise" 1284 Kearney Dr., No. Bruns. Secretarial "A girl light-hearted and content." HR Treas., Highlights Rep., Internat'l Relations Club, Science Club, Pep Club, Travelers Club, Nurses Club, Girls Glee Club. Future: Medical Assistant ROBERT TAMOSAITIS "Tam" 221 So. Main St., Milltown College Prep "Honest fame awaits the 'truly good." JV and Varsity Football, College Planning Club, Boys Food Club, Ski Club, Sports Car Rally Club. Future: Engineering X STEPHANIE SWAYCHEK "Steph" 24 Wright Pl. Secretarial "None but herself can be her parallel." Highlights Rep., HRSC Treas., Jerseymen's Club. Future: Undecided LINDA TAYLOR "Linda" 20 Gatling Ct. College Prep "Charm, grace and a pretty face." Soph Class V. Pres., Service Club, Public Speaking Club, Assembly Comm., PAP Comm., Drill Team, HRSC Treas., Orientation Comm., Student Council Sec'y. Future: College PETER TERRIZZI "Pete" 945 Shepard St., No. Bruns. General "They always misunderstand me." Outdoors Club, Power Mechanics Club, Hootenanny Club, Auto Mechanics Club, Football Club, Baseball Club, Sports Car Rally Club. Future: College ROCCO TERRIZZI "Rock" 61 Guilden St. General "The meek shall inherit the earth." Bowling Club, Meteorology Club, Radio Club, Astronomy Club, Sports Car Rally Club. Future: Undecided ALICE TIMKO "AI" 104 Louis St. Office Practice BRUCE THOMAS "Tom" 25 Jennings Ct. General "The quiet man knows where he goes." Swimming Club, Auto Mechanics Club, Power Mechanics Club, Soph Football, Spring Track. Future: Auto Mechanics School RONALD' THOMSON "Bolo" 82 Tunison Rd. Business Ed. "Be happy while you can." Bowling Club, Power Mechanics Club. Future: Military Service "Good humor is her stock in trade." Hootenany Club, A Cappella Choir, Advocate Rep., Jr. Float Comm., Pep Club, Jr. Dance Comm., Gym Office Ass't, GAA, FHA. Future: Business Administration , e'ir-.- wh..- .I . A f' g ggall ,. ' 'Z A' l -- ,r iff f mi .au zjiyiefe ., N51 S' f : ?5f5: ' ' "'f.,5fS1? . MARIE TOTH "Marie" 179 So. Moetz Dr., Milltown Office Practice "Ever charming, ever new." Library Club, Pep Club, Job Opportunity Club. Future: Beauty Culture si . .Wi 9 J so im .Jiri ,S 3 CAROL THOMAS "Kar" 261 Powers St. Business Ed. "Fair words never hurt the tongue." Modern Dance Club, Jr. Secretaries Club, Travel Club. Future: Travel KAVX3 ff?-O J .fa ,Q SCOTT THOMAS "SCO1'i" 50 Townsend St., Milltown College Prep "Big as life, and as enjoyable to know." Bowling Club, Football Club, HRSC Treas., Jr. Float Comm., HR Treas. Future: College GEORGE TROHALIDES "George" 717 Livingston Ave. College Prep LILLIAN THOMASON "Cookie" 206 Handy St. Office Practice "Femininity is an outstanding feature." FHA, GAA, Modern Dance Club, Jazz Club. Future: College at! R 3' ifa'-51, A ' J. 'A ll!-Sv 4 :ffl lf, 'K-. - x ., ' , Gln . F . 1 A., -5,21 -f.,.,V i s --1 .vs ff'-Tifwf .V 'rio' U .1 J' , ' 'lf. ET?T? - JEANNE TOZZI "TOz" IBO Baldwin St. College Prep "Warmth and sincerity are the keynotes to a well-loved person." HR Treas., Point and Award Comm., Nurses Club, Bowling Club, Social Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., Jr. Float Comm., HRSC Treas., Girls Gymnastics Club. Future: Undecided "For he that once is good 115' ever great." Officiating Club, Baseball Club, Auto Mechanics Club, Football Club, JV and Varsity Baseball, Science Club, Coin Club. Future: College -in A ' FRED TURCZANY "Freddie" 280 Fulton St. Industrial Arts "There's mischief in my bones." Auto Mechanics Club, Landscaping Club. Future: Carpentry CHARLES UNIMAN "Charlie" 371 Gerry Rd. No., Bruns. College Prep "The wise are never without friends." HR Pres., Key Club Pres. and V. Pres., Lunchroom Comm. Co-Chairman, Soph and Jr. Float Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., Yearbook Planning Comm., Dress Code Comm., Key Club Internat'l Trustee, National Honor Society. Future: College JANET VANCE "Jan" 360 Somerset St. Secretarial "A joyous disposition she possesses." Medical Careers Club, Soph and Jr. Float Comm., National Honor Society, FHA, Social Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., Lobby Receptionist, Highlights Typist, Yearbook Will Comm., PAP Comm., Point and Award Comm. Future: Junior College SUSAN VOGT "Sue" 23 Roberts Rd. College Prep "She that possesses great talent is indeed fortunate." Hootenanny Club, Sewing Club, HR Sec'y, Socal Comm., Yearbook Sayings Comm. CAROL VARGA "Carol" 6 Beverly Ave., No. Bruns. General "Life is short: enjoy it now." Pep Club, Mechanical Drawing Club. Future: IBM School Future: College JEAN VOLK "Jeanie" 473 Otis Rd., No. Bruns. College Prep "Her ambition knows no rest." WILLIAM VOGEL "Hobie" 86 Harrison Ave., Milltown lndustrial Arts "What is well done is done soon enough." Footbal Club, Auto Mechanics Club, Basketball Club, Boys Drill Club. Future: Air Force Library Ass't, Band, Checkroom Comm., World Religions Club, Traveler Club, Stage Band, Orchestra, Mathletes, Woodwind Ensemble. Future: College THOMAS VARGA "Varg" 9 Handy St. College Prep "He lives to enjoy life." HRSC Treas., JV and Varsity Basketball, College Planning Club, Jr. Bus Comm., Jr. Float Comm., Advocate Rep., Social Comm., Orientation Comm., Yearbook Sayings Comm. Future: College ALVIN WALKER "Alvin" 341 Seaman St. General "Skill and confidence are an unconquered army." Social Comm., Highlights Staff, Creative Writing Club, Art Club. Future: Cartooning DIANA VIGILANTE "Dee" 7 Oakwood PI., No. Bruns. College Prep "She's always pleasant and likeable." HRSC Treas., Checkroom Comm., A Cappella Choir, Jr. Float Comm., Assembly Comm., Social Comm. Future: College JULIA WALKER "Walker" 306 Lawrence St. Office Co-op MARY VlNDlGNl "Red" 626 Spruce St,, No. Bruns. General "Happy and fun-loving." Pep Club, Jr. Float Comm. Future: Beauty Culture "A smile to warm a cold day." Service Club, Modern Dance Club, Clothing Club, GAA, Advocate Rep., Point and Award Comm. Future: Secretarial Work KAREN WALYUS "Kar" 128 Guilden St. College Prep "A friendly smile and a cheery 'hello.' " Drill Team, Social Comm., PAP Comm., Orientation Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., HR Sec'y, Highlights Rep., Art Club, Assembly Comm., Future Teachers Club, Sr. Float Comm., Current Events Club. Future: College PATRICIA WARDROP "Patty" 1825 Holly Rd., No. Bruns. Distributive Ed. "Her eyes which laughed and spoke." Hootenanny Club, Pep Club. Future: Secretarial Work is-,,., ' Q -7 DENNIS WATSON "Denny" 28 Maple Ave., No. Bruns. College Prep "True merit is like a riverg the deeper it is, the less noise it makes." Basketball Club, Baseball Club, JV and Varsity Baseball, HR Pres. Future: College NAN WHITEHEAD "Nannie" 14 Llewellyn Pl. College Prep "Tell me, pretty maiden, are there any JERRY WEISS "Jeff" 172 Rutgers St. College Prep 'tWith a good disposition, friendship carries easy." Bowling Club, Golf Club, Chess and Checkers Club, Future Teachers Club. Future: Social Work JOHN WEST "Earl" 92 Railroad Ave. General "My time is my happiness." Future: Navy more at home like you?" Pep Club, Language Lab Ass't, GAA, HR V. Pret, Office Ass't, Twirling Co-Captain, PAP Comm., Point and Award Comm., Yearbook Student Opinion Comm. Future: College ii , SLS: -' ' l ., f" ' v - 1 -::,.'i'2.- ':ff'1..f -i ...i 235-g:'f?5n "ff- .f pc, :2? 'sTf'f?3fi- ' ' It-f, .5'?T? . PAUL wi-HTMAN "Whit" 1284 Stockton Dr., No. Bruns. College Prep "There are not many like me." Science Club, Biology Club, Travelers Club, Coin Collectors Club, Advocate Rep., Auto Mechanics Club. Future: Undecided KEN WEISSENBURGER "Worm" 97 J. F. Kennedy Dr., Milltown College Prep "The mind is the atmosphere of the soulf' Creative Writing Club, Radio Club, Soph and Jr. Float Comm., Assembly Comm., Mathletes, Soph Football, Cross Country, Winter and Spring Track, HR Pres. Future: College WEISS "Richie" O wood Pl., . Bruns. College Prep 1u'e inter ed 'n - .s hen they ar 1 e rn JV and - '. e a , ' hlights Rep., Baseball Cl - urrent E nts Club, Social SANDRA WEISS usandiu Comm" PAP mm' ' en non mm" Pom' 801 Hermann Rd., No. Bruns. Secretarial and Award C m Future: Colle v "My heart delights in fun." HR Sec'y, Jr. Secretaries Club, Spanish Club. Future: Secretarial Work .ffl .. . 1 " ,J ' -Q .vs 'fai- MARGARET wlrcox "Peggy" 310 Washington Pl., No. Bruns. Office Co-op "Short and sweet." FHA, HR Treas., Hootenanny Club, HR V. Pres. Future: Secretarial Work DIANE WIENER "Dee" 988 Newton St., No. Bruns. Secretarial Co-op "Sincerity and friendship are her virtues." Spectator Sports Club, FHA, Sewing Club. Future: Business KAREN WILDOR "Kar" 379 Gerry Rd., No. Bruns. College Prep "A good sport, a good pal, a good gal." HR V. Pres., Bowling Club, Pep Club, A Cappella Choir, Hootenanny Club, Guidance Dept. Ass't, HR Pres., Yearbook Student Opinion Comm. Future: College ELAINE WIMBERLY "Butch" 62 Georges Rd. College Prep "Fond of fun as fond can be." Nurses Club, Basketball Club, Volleyball Club, Bowling Club, Sewing Club. Future: College BOLIS WITKOWSKI "Bill" 1462 Joseph St., No. Bruns. College Prep "Think before -thou speakestf' Point and Award Comm., PAP Comm., Highlights Rep., HR Treas., Biology Club, Science Club, Proiectionist Club, Slide Rule Club, Physics Club, Social Comm. Future: College VICTOR WOTRING "Vic" 251 French St. College Prep EDWINA WOJCIAK "Winnie" 260 Washington Ave. Office Co-op "But then her face, so full of mirth, The overflowing of an innocent heart.'l GAA, PAP Comm., Modern Dance Club, Sewing Club. Future: Office Work PAULA WONDOWSKY "Paula" 887 Cranbury Cross Rd., College Prep No. Bruns. "So easy to remember, so hard to forget." HR Sec'y, Bridge Club, GAA, Pep Club, Social Comm. Future: College "Believe nothing and be on your guard against everything." Physics Club, Mechanical Drawing Club, Highlights Staff. Future: Medical Technology JEFFREY WRIGHT "Jeff" 672 Hermann Rd., No. Bruns. College Prep "We may pity thought, not pardon." Baseball Club, Auto Mechanics Club. Future: Forestry 'lv CAROL WOLFE "Carol" 1380 Mohawk Rd., No. Bruns. College Prep "High-erected thoughts seated on a heart of gold." A Cappella Choir, Jr. Float Comm., Highlights Staff, Advocate Staff, Yearbook Planning Comm. Future: College PAUL WONDOWSKY "Wander" 887 Cranbury Cross Rd., College Prep No. Bruns. l GUY WOLFE "Gaylord" R.D. 4, Box l09E, No. Bruns. General "All mankind loves a lover." Future: Undecided ARLENE YALE "Arlene" 4 New York Ave. College Prep "Hard work and sincerity are the highest qualities." Nurses Club, Astronomy Club, Drama Club, Library Ass't, Chemistry Club, Checkroom Comm., National Honor Society, Mathletes, Jr. Dance Comm., Advocate Rep., Assembly Comm., Mu Alpha Theta, Yearbook History Comm., Point and Award Comm. Future: College DEXTER YAGER "Gomer" R.D. 4, Box 142, No. Bruns. College Prep "lia.vy to get along with." FFA. Future: College "Ask me no questions and I'll tell you no lies." HR Trees., Basketball Club, Creative Writing Club, Motorcycle Club, Film Critics Club, Sports Car Rally Club. Future: College MARY YATES "Porkchop" 41 Hazelhurst St. Business Ed. "A woman of many words." Pep Club, Jr. Secretaries Club, FBLA, Biology Club. Future: Military Service BARBRA YOUNG "Smokey" I3 Dennis St. General "The crown of creation." Jr. Float Comm., HR Treas., GAA, Pep Club, HR V. Pres., Jr. Dance Comm., Girls Gymnastics Club, A Cappella Choir, Yearbook Student Opinion Comm. Future: Undecided L1 ROBERT YOUNG "Bobby" 276 Neilson St. lndustrial Arts "To live long it is necessary to live slowly." Auto Mechanics Club, Boys Food Club. Future: Auto Mechanics JOANNE YUDlN "JO" 390 Sherman Rd., No. Bruns. College Prep "Graciousness, beauty and femininity all rolled into one." Spectator Sports Club, HR Sec'y, PAP Comm., HRSC Treas., Cheerleader. Future: College , .,,, V. f' t A .--"l3,gaA A, L cf leaf: ' fr . ' "? 5T7l? '- SAM ZIPPO "Zip" 1041 Grove St., No. Bruns. Business Ed. JANET ZYSKOWSKI HJ H HT bl 11' l'k i an mu e runs Off lm I e wa er 604 Third Ave., No. Bruns. College Prep "lU'us.a- will f -5' he LOUIS ZIMMER "Psychodelic" I4 Pennington Rd. College Prep i'Merrimenl is always the effect of a sudden impression." JV Wrestling, Meteorology Club, Logic Club, Chemistry Club, Slide Rule Club. Future: College from a duek's back." HRSC Treas., Baseball Club. Future: IBM School "Consideration provides the key to fruitful conversation." Office Ass't, Library Ass't, Bridge Club, Pep Club, Checkroom Comm., Jr. Dance Comm., National Honor Society, Drama Club, Advocate Editor, Advocate Club, Yearbook History Comm., Travelers Club. Future: College STEPHEN YUHASZ "Steve" 30 Violet Ter., Milltown College Prep "Truth is truth to the end of reckoning." Gymnastics Club, Chess and Checkers Club, Football Club. Future: College V , l"z'f-, , ft Q , - '1 T137 A t - r -ag ,411 K. . b, '.,' Qfazr. 'Ri' t ' , , -1 ' -m'.3-1:-'JZ "' 'A -ff A WESLEY COPPRUE "Wes" 19 Morris St. Agriculture "Fame is the thirst of youth." Biology Club, Chemistry Club, Basketball Club, Football Club, Science Club, JV and Varsity Basketball, JV and Varsity Football. Future: Undecided VINCENT FENNELLY "Vince" 100 Memorial Pkwy. General "Still waters run deep." Future: Undecided ELIZABETH GLASSEN "Beth" 1899 Noah Dr., No. Bruns. College Prep "I just say what I think." Future: College JOSEPH YURKO 214 Hamilton St. llzulull Industrial Arts "Every boy has his own pleasures." Future: Coast Guard ALVIN FAIR ,img Alu 74 Larch Ave. General "Better late than never." FFA, Jazz Club, Winter Future: College WAYNE GERHARTZ and Spring Track. "Wayne" 42 McAuliffe Dr., No. Bruns. General "We live not as we wish, but as we can." Technical and Lighting Crew, FFA. Future: Military Service ELLA HERRING 81 So. Ward St. "Fresh and bouncy as Pep Club, Chorus Club. Future: College "Toni" College Prep a clear spring day." CAROL ZAWISTOWSKI "Carol" 460 Remsen Ave. Secretarial "Pretty as a picture." Twirling Captain, Pep Club, Public Speaking Club, Office Ass't, HR Treas., GAA, Gym Office Ass't. Future: Secretarial Work SERGE HONINOW "Serge" 293 Lawrence St. College Prep Hlndividualism cannot be denied." Chemistry Club, Cross Country, Winter Track. Future: College ROY MCNEIL "Roy" 93 Talmadge St. Distributive Ed. "It matters not how long we live, but how." Future: Mechanical Work JOHN PEPE "Pep" 608 Livingston Ave., No. Bruns. General "I'm no angel." Future: Undecided TERRAN PRESSLEY "Skip" 176 Memorial Pkwy. Business Ed "Friendship is born within." Jazz Club, JV and Varsity Basketball Basketball Club. Future: Business DANNIE PRICE , "Spider" 4 Powers St. General "A joke, a smile, makes the working day worthwhile." JV and Varsity Wrestling, Football Club, Baseball Club, Bridge Club. Future: College PETER SCHEPIS "Pete" I008 Newton St., No. Bruns. College Prep "I agree with no man's opinion." HR V. Pres. Football Club, Auto Mechanics Club. Future: College JAMES SMALL "Walley" 30 Henry St. Occupational Ed. "He worries not, he hurries not, his calm is undisturbed." Future: Undecided HARRY SNYDER "Harry" i297 Jackson Dr., No. Bruns. College Prep "His wit is the salt of conversation." Cross Country, Wrestling, Spring Track, Science Club, Basketball Club, Logic Club. Future: College ANTONIO SUAREZ 51 Dennis St. H1-ony., Occupational Ed. "Honor lies in honest toil." Track Team. Future: Truck Driver CHARLES VAN LIEW "Lew" 181 Townsend St. General "Good humor is the clear blue sky of the soul." Football Club, Basketball Club, Soph, JV and Varsity Football. Future: College DIANNA VAN LIEW "Baby DoII" i8i Townsend St. College Prep "A happy smile she gives to all who come her way." GAA, Social Comm., PAP Comm., Pep Club, Modern Dance Club, HRSC Treas., Girls Basketball, Jr. Dance Comm., Checkroom Comm., Highlights Rep. Future: College PETER VEVES "Peter" 29 Richmond St. Industrial Arts "Quietness is best." Future: Undecided CRYSTAL WING "Crys" 55 Brookside Ave. College Prep "A quiet but sweet girl." French Club, Art Club. Future: College DOROTHY WILLIS "Dotti" Distributive Ed. 94 Baldwin St. "A ready smile and a happy manner." Highlights Rep., Pep Club, Public Speaking Club, Highlights Reporter, Jr. Dance Comm., HR Sec'y, Drama Club, Orchestra, Orientation Comm. Future: College RICHARD WILLIAMS "Willie" 173 So, Main St., Milltown Distributive Ed, "Bait the hook zuell,' this fish will bite." JV Basketball, Baseball, Soph Football, Gymnastics Club. Future: College LYNNE VON BISCHOFFSHAUSEN "Lynn" 791 Waksman PI., No. Bruns. General "Be glad and your friends will be many." Pep Club, HR Treas., Office Ass't, Jr. Dance comm., ski Club. ' Future: Undecided DOUGLAS VITANZA "Doug" ' 936 Linwood PI., No. Bruns. General "Woe to the world of care." Medical Careers Club, Baseball Club, Debating Club, Wrestling. Future: Jewelry Business THOMAS KONDRATICK "Tom" I4 School St., Milltown General "Always leave them laughing." Weight Lifting Club, Highlights Reporter, Radio Club. Future: Drafting JAMES AUSTIN "007V2" 2 High St. College Prep "Approved valor is made precious by natural courtesy." Band, Motorcycle Club, Mechanical Drawing Club. Future: Electrical Engineering UZ? Pen OOP' EXCAGMHC VOHYQWQ In the school year 1967-68, New Brunswick High School participated for the first time in the Open Door Student Exchange Program. This past summer senior Carlo Andreani went to El Salvador as the exchange student. There, he lived with a Salvadoran family for ten weeks and attended school. This winter, NBHS received its exchange student, Enrique Berrios, from La Union, Chile. Enrique stayed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Harris and attended classes with senior Eddie Harris and also with Carlo. The participants and the members of the student body found this program to be a most gratifying experience. BEST BEST BEST BEST BEST Sfudenf Cpinion ARTIST ATHLETE DANCER DRESSED LOOKING BIGGEST APPLE POLISHER BIGGEST BLUFFER BIGGEST FLIRT CLASS CLOWN DID MOST FOR SCHOOL FACULTY TORMENT FAVORITE TEACHER MOST AMBITIOUS MOST DRAMATIC MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED MOST MUSICALLY INCLINED MOST OFF-BEAT MOST POPULAR MOST RESPECTED MOST SCHOLARLY MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT MOST SINCERE MOST SOPHISTICATED MOST VERSATILE MOST WITTY NICEST SMILE SEEN BUT NOT HEARD ALEX BABOS ALVIN WALKER JESSE JEFFERSON GUY WOLFE EDDIE HARRIS ZACK BUSSEY BOB MEISSNER SCOTT NEWELL ARMAND De JONG JON PURITZ DOUG PONDER ERNIE KOVACS ROOSEVELT PRICE ERNIE KOVACS GUY WOLFE FRED SPATARO RON MONUS SAM Del CIELO BOB BROWN JOE MARCHETTA MIKE COVINO RICH MARTINO MR. FITZGERALD MR. BROWN CHARLIE UNIMAN TOM HILL ZACK BUSSEY WARREN SLEMMER CHARLIE UNIMAN BOB BROWN GEORGE AKERLEY WARREN SLEMMER MARK BELL BILL SCRUGGS BOB BROWN JOE MARCHETTA BOB BROWN PAUL LOMBARDO CHARLIE UNIMAN BILL SKAFF ZACK BUSSEY ALEX BABOS PAUL LOMBARDO BOB BROWN CHARLIE UNIMAN JOE MARCHETTA BOB BROWN MIKE ROTTER JERRY BOYER DOUG PONDER PAUL LOMBARDO JOE MARCHETTA RICH BROADWATER BILL SKAFF CAROL ARVOY SUE VOGT ALICE CLINCH LINDA RIVA ROSEBUD PRIORE GAIL BAY BARBRA MACECHAK, JANE CURRY JOANNE YUDIN LINDA TAYLOR JUDI BIRMER JACKIE NIEDERMAN DONNA SU FALKO SHELLEY SI NENSKY BARBRA MACECHAK SUE ALLINDER SHELLEY SINENSKY ROSEBUD PRIORE JOAN SCHMIDT JUDI KAYE SHELLEY SINENSKY DONNA SUFALKO MRS. HORN MISS DEVLIN JOAN SCHMIDT ARLENE YALE NAN WHITEHEAD POLLY TABLER ARLENE YALE BARBARA FEKETE JEAN VOLK CONNIE SZEFLINSKI LOU ELLEN BRYANT ANDREA JASPER LINDA TAYLOR ALICE CLINCH LINDA TAYLOR ROSE ANN BROWN ARLENE YALE HARRIET GLUCKMAN ALICE CLINCH JOAN SCHMIDT JOAN SCHMIDT ROSE ANN BROWN NAN WHITEHEAD JOANNE YUDIN ALICE CLINCH JOAN SCHMIDT SHELLEY SINENSKY JEANNE TOZZI JOANNE YUDIN ALICE CLINCH JOANNE YUDIN SUE REED .,.,.,... . .. ,,:,,.:: W1 wt 'Kg 2 W gg by if .ns SS J if " L S5 M3 ,qt 3 .Vagas , g., .a if Wm? f -S ,W 3 W .,,, swim' WK K A Q .am fb I . -M w 7 1 ' ' 'Q im , 25 3 nu.: f7fs,4L12fsiZ-Wi. sf '.V,ifQ?U I ,.-fs-2 mmvflf w x wg- - if fifm 12 ' , Af Z' .ezckziiii C, ,Maman f ,W 1. ,MQ 2 Vw 4 L A 12 fa , M ,V W .M..f.aiA' ' ' LW .xsdamif MM, M, 3 -wkwfk. s may 3 A 135 I ?'1ii2a5fESW S 1 I 5 . GEST X 5 1 K Q' 3 5 ,Q 3 mf? Q if ,Ya Y Yiirili avvlQ"""'m , if 9,42 i3?:EfQ+ , Q Q Q - .E ,N M V wmlhlmwgff f .v ., 9 4 I 5 'H I g , . fs:f?if AV' i 'YSL v ,A A: ., .av ff eff :L::1: .5455 if 'MA ' SF' sgx I E 1 2 . TEACHER wx mm? ' SUCCEED S-Q' Q, 5 5 . i i 3 1 ' 5 Q 3 f . ,Es OFF-BEAT Class FIM!! We, the members of the Class of 1968 of New Brunswick, County of Middlesex, State of New jersey, United States of America, being of sound mind and good intentions, do make and declare this to be our last will and testa- ment. We hereby bequeath to the following: To Mr. Lindstrom a Playboy fold-out of Allan Ginsburg drinking dandelion wine. To Mr. Gordon a plaque for his door which reads, "With Liberty and Justice for All " To Mr. Nelson a publisher for his Grim Fairy Tales, which include, "My Father Had No Eyelidsf' and "The 100 Pound Fossil In My Bedroomf, To Miss "KD a machine that will read and mark a P.A.D. paper in 30 seconds or less. To Mrs. Horn a pass to the Library. To Mr. Wilson a tape recording, so that he won't strain his voice getting students into their homeroom. To Mrs. Rader a yearis supply of Peter Pan peanut butter. To Mr. Fitzgerald a class who knows "who said itf, To Mr. Cheskin a laugh machine to respond to the jokes he tells in History class. To Mrs. Harris another exchange student to replace Enrique. To Mr. Carter a new set of car windows, so that he can continue his collection of travel stickers. To Mr. Teich sixteen tons of detailed in- structions for his students who have not yet mastered the art of reading chemistry. To Miss Lewis the Humanitarian Award for the year 1967-1968. To Miss Segarra a bull whip to tame her classes. To Miss Pateman a homeroom as kind, considerate, quiet, and as active in school affairs as her past one. To Mr. Kutliroff a pamphlet presenting a scientific discussion of MC2 where c:v and 150 action tie-tacks. f 1-v2 V C2 To Mrs. Fisher a portable sink for laundry tests. To Mr. Buchauer a reading period to be known as "The Book Hourf, To Mrs. Vogel a teflon iron to protect her students, new creations. To Mrs. Watkins a new set of wooden spoons to replace the ones that are falling apart. T o Mr. Case a robot to do all the necessary chores in the Art room and still manage to say, "Yes, Mr. Case" 20 times a minute. To the Student Council a commercial message for use on the closed circuit TV, en- titled "Wild Life Conservation of the Zebra Kingdom." To the Cafeteria a rescue squad to revive those who faint while standing in line. To the Class of 1969 a crutch to help them through their senior year. To the Class of 1970 a book of etiquette to improve their manners. To the Custodial Staff snow-free winters and a dozen white knights. To the Boys, Gym doughnuts and coffee to boost attendance at the "happy hourf, To the Girls, Gym a huge piece of cork to put up against the bleachers so the arrows don't dent them. To the Main Office a neon sign that says "This is not a waiting room." To the Guidance Office a college for all rejects, so that no one will be left out. To the Library an automatic bookfinder to simplify the "return to normalcyv after the invasion of the PAD classes. To the Nurses a course in black magic to cure all illnesses. To Mr. Austin a four-volume set of books on the art of French brass playing. To Mr. Huff twenty-five vocal virtuosos and 45 tons of throat lozenges. To Mr. McCracken a day with 52 hours to "wrap things up." To the Senior Team thirteen pairs of roller skates. In witness whereof we set our hand this seventeenth day of Iune, nineteen-hundred and sixty-eight. THE CLASS OF 1968 OWQCYOOMQ First row: Winnie Jennings, Winnie Easterling, Judy Adochio, V. Pres., Barbara Parillo, Sec'yp Georg- anne Mackaronis, Loretta Lambert, Verna Napier, Emily Hale Second row: Pat Anderson, Sandra Gabor, Gloria Bannio, Diane Saitta, Lesley Callaway, Jackie Ralph, Pat Breen Third row: Joe Bacskocky, Pete Hahn, Doug Bailey, Steve Leder, Louis Kadi, James Austin Fourth row: Bob Banko, Mark Blatt, Richard Cafferty, Bob Burgett, HR Treas,, Drayson Edwards OMQQYOOWQ First row: Jon Puritz, V. Pres., Sue Allinder, Pres., Renee Ralph, Sec'y, Brenda Hamilton, Barbra Macechak, Carole Gartley, Liz Camamis Second row: Linda Kalman, Janet locca, Linda Davis, Alice Jackson, Ruby Lane, Alberta Elim, Diane Salzmann Third row: George Orso, George Mackaronis, Al Pavon, Tony Santalucia, Richard Caladie, John Kaiser, John Dixon, Vincent Fennelly ameraam 119 First row: Diane Cushing, Fran Maimone, Ken Szegeski, V, Pres., Caryn Ochs, HR Treas.g Karen Walyus, Sec'yg Wayne Canastra, Pres., Linda Heard, Kathi Nemeth, Polly Tablet Second row: Becky Patko, Janet Vance, Sue Reed, Arlene Yale, Pat Santisi, Joan Schmidt, Brigitte Hutniczak, Carol Zawistowski Third row: Al Walker, John De Blasi, Jim Barre, John Manfredi, Joe Garrity, Bill Harayda, Jesse Jefferson, John Leoniy Fourth row: Jerry Eckhoff, Ray Bartkowech, John Mangarella, Tony Santoro, Rich Egan, Frank Amodeo 01412700141 0 First row: Mary Yates, Pat Reinhard, Peggy Wilcox, V. Pres., Nan Whitehead, Sec'yg Gail Mair, HR Treas.p Cassandra Brown, Donna Paul, Craig Nelson, Pres. Second row: Brenda Dudley, Janet Zyskowski, Gail Schneider, Sue Baldwin, Pat Wardrop, Bernadette Scordo, Sue Johnson, Denise Kurlonak Third row: Judi Kaye, Carol Barnes, Joe Nlarchetta, Bob Tamosaitis, William Vogel, James DeFreitas, Jerry Weiss, Joe Catalano Fourth row: Mark Bell, Tom Varga, Joe Perna, Jim Hennessey, Bolis Witkowski, Pete Schepis, John Gatarz, Fred Turczany OMQCYOOMQ First row: Mr. Cheskin, Kathy Murphy, Gail Bay, Roseann Hellinger, Mary Battaglia, Treas., Eddie Harris, V. Pres., Denny Watson, Pres., Maria Maltese, Sec'y, Shirley Olcsvay, Connie Kearse, Bev Seawright Second row: Fay Li, Crystal Wing, Diane Gebhardt, Joyce Sembiante, Kathy Combs, Barbara Fekete, Fran LaSpina, Sharon Keenan, Phyllis Maiewski, Eva Hegedus, Chris Delanoy Third row: Bill Messeroll, Jeff Schenck, Paul Wondowsky, Joe Scheirich, Frank Mannino, Terry Gasper, Enrique Berrios, Foreign Exchange Student, Chuck Pepi1one Fourth row: Al Evans, Louie Zimmer, Bob Bartley, Vic Woiring, Charlie Van Liew, Pete Tamburini, Bill Kalck, Guy Wolfe, Jim Bedi OHQBYOOWQ 2 First row: Karen Engelhart, Caroline O'Neal, Maria Martinez, Ed Scheska, Mike Rotter, Pres., Donna Cantela, V. Pres., Dale Beamish, Treas., Fran Pepitone Second row: Grace DeVoe, Linda Lavers, Kathy James, Janis Senko, Melba Robinson, Mrs. Harris Third row: John Hawkins, John Faust, Neal Friedenthal, Jeff Wright, Ralph DeGutis, Bill Schipmann Fourth row: Steve Yuhasz, Pete Catanese, John Filozof, Stan Pienta, Jim Martin OIWIQVOOMQ 2 First row: Chuck Mauro, V. Pres., Cindy Owens, Treas., Sue Phillips, Sec'y, Marybele Reed, Pres., Steve Feld, Peter Blum Second row: Mr. Carter, Sue Chaki, Rose McAdams, Jo-Ann Kerr, Anne Finnegan, Mary Lazar, Debra Nunn Third row: Richard Martino, Charles Cathcart, Diane DiBella, Armand DeJong, Steve Anasiewicz, Betty Beyrouty, Andrea Jasper Fourth row: Harry Maskin, Norman Gourley, Jack Blakely, Pete Terrizzi, Richard Gandek, John Heffernan, Bill Scruggs, Bruce Kerekes OIMGYOOWQ 2 First row: Mr. Teich, Scott Thomas, Treas.p Louise Kinsey, Sec'y, Bruce Simon, V. Pres., Jerry Boyer, Pres., Linda Birch, Marie Maxwell Second row: Janis Flanagan, Karen Kiraly, Mildred Gore, Linda Ryan, Debbie Shuey, Katherine Stroup, Nancy Chamberlain Third row: Rich Broadwater, Narvia Sims, Maxzine Lee, Charley Johnson, Mary McCutchen, John Glace, Ray Lew Fourth row: Skip Reed, Sam Zippo, Steve Furman, Joe Yurko, John DeRue, Bill Clark, Tom McGowan OMQCYOOMC First row: Rocco Terrizzi, Ken Weissenburger, Pres., Linda Fox, Trees., Cathy Bogh, Sec'y, Julia Walker, Dee Clementi, Bob Plangemann, V. Pres., Charlie Uniman Second row: Lillian Thomason, Charlotte Byrd, Ella Herring, Charlotte Frisch, Linda Taylor, Harriet Gluckman, Joanne Yudin, Jeanette Skidmore Third row: Rich Lyon, Joe Fabics, Barbara Butler, Rose Fasano, Carol Varga, Margaret Frech, Shelley Sinensky, Dennis Durand, Rich Smith Fourth row: Bob Kroshefsky, Bob McBride, Paul Cicalo, Joe Faccone, John West, Bill Shroyer, George Maxwell, Mike Losardo OIMCYOOHQ First row: Jack Matulevich, V. Pres.p Jeanine Lavin, Sec'yf Rae Larson, Pres., Debbie Livingston, Treas., Sandy Richmond, Debby Hines, Annie Cosby Second row: Diane Higgins, Jo Mondi, Janis Medinets, Diane Wiener, Ellen Lyons, Alice Clinch, Betty Boswell, Roy McNeil Third row: Tom Hill, Scott Newell, Ronnie Monus, Tom Lins, John Messeroll, Cordell Napier, Willie Slack Fourth row: Brian Haydon, Paul Reinhardt, Joe Combs, Bill Skaff, Mark Hecht ameroom 225 First row: Bessie Fay, Liz Sodbinow, Janice Starkman, Carlo Andreani, V. Pres., Karen Osterburg, Pres., Pat Mendel, Sec'y, Bob Meissner, Treas.p Pat Brockington, Sharon Goldenberg, Alwina Klostreich Second row: Gale Emerick, Andrea Renoux, Claudia Loewe, Regina Holz, Valerie Lyons, Donna Mazzei, Janice Pogorzelski, Linda Riva, Ann Marie Arnese, Lucy Perrino Third row: Miss Pateman, Richie Weiss, Paul Lombardo, Carol Thomas, Wilma Matchett, Elaine Wimberly, Doug Ponder, Joe Furmick, Tom Kondratick Fourth row: Buddy Servon, Bob Sirna, Bob Shalayda, Mike Sims, Larry Jacob, Billy Ross, Bob Golding 01442700144 First row: Sharon Broderick, John Slemmer, Sec'yp Karen Wildor, Pres., Alex Babos, V. Pres., Dave Ries, Treas., Marie Rokosz Second row: Diane Vigilante, Sarah Micale, Liz Coyne, Valerie Nelson, Sandi Weiss, Donna Meseroll, Mrs. Bertalan Third row: Joe Wilson, Bill Corso, Matt Hirsch, Steve Szilagyi, Peter Veves, Sandy Saunders Fourth row: Mr. Kutliroff, Steve Marantz, John Meyers, Bob Brown, Dave Richards, Robert Young i OIMGYOOMQ 7 First row: Mrs. Fisher, Mary Jo Romeo, Sec'y, Bub Kovacs, V. Pres., Fred Spataro, Pres., Warren Slemmer, Treas. Second row:Shelia Highsmith, Anita Long, Joan Stass, Donna Susan, Kathy Oberhuber, Donna Sulfalko, Third row: Mike Covino, Wes Copprue, Phyllis Crawford, Linda Knight, Charlie Sudano, Buggy Greene Fourth row: Gomer Yager, Frank Small, Joe Eory OIMCVOOMQ First row: Mr. Buchauer, Gloria Pastorio, Nancy Creighton, Sam DelCielo, Treas.p Jim Gulyas, Pres., Sal Lombardo, V. Pres., Linda Ferrullo, Alice Timko Second row: Kathy Domolki, Lynne Von Bischoffshausen, Kathy Dumas, Mary Vindigni, Judy Hopkins, Rose Ann Brown, Janet Royko, Pat Komives Third row: Ray Koye, Dave Smith, Dean Solomos, Ron Previty, Skip Pressley, Gil Dillon, Joel Mironov Fourth row: Don Christie, Harry Snyder, John Johnstone 1 01412700141 9 First row: Mrs. Vogel, Taylor Jones, V, Pres.: JoAnn Curcio, Marlene Luck, Ernestine Morrison, Treas., Sue Vogt, Sec'y, Laurell Johnson, Pete Borbely, Pres. Second row: Nancy Hurley, Nancy Rudnitzky, Debbie Price, Kathy Donnelly, Sally Burrows, Lynn Kowalski, Marie Toth Third row: Ernest Fodor, Ralph Hodosh, Bob Applegate, Zack Bussey, Mike Crisp Fourth row: Frank Raba, Chuck Kreiger, Greg Smith, Allan Louis, Chris DeWaters 0Mfl2Y00n'1 0 First row: Carol Koury, Carol Wolfe, Jim Strimple, Pres., Roosevelt Price, V. Pres., Lou Ellen Bryant, Treas.g Mary Ann Gunta, Sec'yp Barbara Davis Second row: Sophie Kondracki, Kathy Enama, Sharon Rudewick, Louise Swale, Cheryl Molnar, Julia Cromedy, Winnie Woiciak Third row: Norman Orders, George Trohalides, Richie Williams, Jackie Niederman, Gary Holsten, Antonio Suarez Fourth row: John Goldschmidt, Joe Priore, Paul Whitman T First row: Judy Hush, V. Pres., Jane Curry, Trees., Gail Kuhlthau, Pres., Paula Wondowsky, Sec'yy Jeanne Tozzi, Pat Erwin Second row: Jean Volk, Sherry Canuso, Dolores Bennerman, Ursula Schwandt, Terry Rump, Karen Gyurinko, Grace DiBiase, Mr. Case Third row: Sal Lucarello, Frank Bocherf, Robert Byrd, Tony Cupano, Ralph Cunningham, Guy Reale, Ed Evanouskas Fourth row: Serge Honinow, Nick Arico, Joe Foster, Ken Gusfin, Ron Thompson, Ron Smirh, Glenn Kura OWQCYOOWQ ,mm-L .5 fx i, nbc ge? 5. I if lL Q, ,ia L.., . Sf' 'V :fi I A. 53155 1 21 .:5:i,v,s:5' 4132. , gevgig gif? w32pai?5Qi?i?f H+' 1 ,Q Mix: n3ggv3gXf35gg- -14, gif ?2'ff5gfges3' 9,2 Q1 fl f 1 ' '57-VM "3:f5'5 2lT'E': 3 . , ,ii 55214515-i Af - W .f,4'fWf A H H , A ' :mv-A K A JfSELL,.sQ,:'fQseffing?imzifiiifrg ' if 'H+ f A 25.35 T5 i:wf-fvsfgny Me- 2-my-Qs1f1'm1. 1 2 f'4-3212 1 ,ff h,,,,,,QgA:A.,, U W, s,..4Q'f5f5 ' W? SEV Hfwsfw ,?fTXi,?i,1 lwigiiff ifi rw :X,fgggg,i9B!:y2iffgfQ?Q?fmLjzggzly e1,22?2?22fMfffiH1 2 Our lite at New Brunswick High School has been greatly enriched by The many extra-currircular activities offered during the past three years. We have learned the meaning of responsibility and dependability, shared ideas and good Times with fellow classmates, and experienced some of The satisfying rewards of working together Toward a goal. Our participation in These activities has helped us to realize how we can become more dynamic citizens in Today's fast-moving society. ctivifie f7Ae afional gjfonor ociefty First row: Elizabeth Swale, Janis Medi- nets, Pat Santisi, Sue Chaki, Kathy Murphy, Polly Tabler, Diane Cushing, Dottie Shamblin Second row: Joan Molimock, Judy Ander- son, Carol Wolfe, Harriet Gluckman, Joan Schmidt, Jeanine Lavin, Linda Birch, Nancy Kless, Janice Starkman, Kathy James, Lirz Sodbinow, Karen Osterburg, Jean Volk Third row: Jo Ann Curcio, Sherry Canuso, Joyce Sembiante, Becky Patko, Janet Vance, Linda Kalman, Carol Koury, Janet Zyskowski, Roseann Hellinger, Fay Li, Arlene Yale, Nancy Rudnitzky Fourth row: Steve Feld, Carlo Andreani, Paul Lombardo, Charlie Uniman, Carol Arvoy, Marilyn Samson, Sal Lucarello, George Mackaronis, Denny Watson, Bob Applegate, Steve Leder Fifth row: Tom Hill, Skip Reed, Ken Weissenburger, Harry Maskin, Judi Kaye, Mike Rotter, Joe Garrity, Jim Strimple, Mike Sims, Bob Shalayda, Bill Skaff, Frank Amodeo, Steve Ma- rantz PRESIDENT BOB SHALAYDA TUTORING RON SELBY The National Honor Society selects its members on the bases of scholarship, character, leadership, and service. The primary function of the Society is to serve New Brunswick High School and its students. Members give freely of their time to tutor fellow students in mathe- matics, science, and foreign language or any other area in which help is requested. The Honor Society can always be depended upon to lend active assistance in worth- while school proiects, and to be chosen as a member is the greatest honor that New Brunswick High School can bestow. MRS. HORN ADVISER First row: Marilyn Samson, Sharon Rude- wick, Jean Volk, Barbara Fekeie, Arlene Yale Second row: Steve Feld, Harry Maskin, Gil Dillon, Mike Sims, Tom Hill afiona erif ScAolars CHARLIE UNIMAN Merit Scholarship Finalist u a44oAa fjzefa First row: Connie Szeflinski, Pat Santisi, Janis Medinets, Georganne Mackaronis, Second row: Judy Anderson, Nancy Kless, Carol Koury, Sherry Canuso, Rose Ann Brown, Linda Birch, Margie Herbst Third row: Arlene Yale, Tom Nemeth, Carlo Andreani, Joe Combs, Eddie Mu Alpha Theta, also known as the National High School and Junior College Math Club, is a national honorary mathematics society sponsored by the Mathe- matical Association of America. In high school, member- ship is composed solely of seniors displaying a high proficiency in mathematics. The club meets during the Pupil Activity Period, and during the meetings various interesting phases of mathe- matics are discussed which are not normally presented in the classroom due to a lack of time. This year's club officers are: Mike Sims, President, Carlo Andreani, Vice-President, Margie Herbst, Secretary, and Georganne Mackaronis, Treasurer. The club adviser is Mr. Sol Whitman. Harris, Steve Leder, Laurell Johnson Fourth row: Bob Applegate, Ray Bartko- wech, Bob Burgett, George Mackaronis, Ralph Hodosh Fifth row: Tom Hill, Bob Shalayda, Joe Garrity, Mike Sims, Frank Amodeo MR. WHITMAN, ADVISER -2. iiii. Mit... F., f- Mi, .4 . Y. c.mafA lefes First row: Georganne Mackaronis, Dolores Shoback, Roberta Maso Second row: Steve Feld Third row: Skip Jonas, Steve Leder, Tom Nemeth Fourth row: Ken Weissenburger, Mike Sims, Bob Burgett The N.B.H.S. Mathlete team is made up of students interested in mathematics. Each month in a designated school, the team participates in competitions sponsored by the Central Jersey Mathematics League. These hour-long tests, in which twenty-five schools compete, involve ten extremely challenging mathematical problems. MR. LUCAS AND MISS FREIHAUT, ADVISER ufure usiness 6-Ceaalers of admerica Seated: Diane Higgins First row: Charles Kreiger, Robert Banko, Richard Lyon Second row: Danny Grogan The Future Business Leaders of America is the national organization for students enrolled in business subiects. Students are chosen for this club on the basis of their academic achievement in their business subiects. Some of the purposes of the FBLA are to en- courage members to improve the home and the community, to develop character, to train for useful citizenship, and to foster patriotism. The ultimate goal of the FBLA is to improve and establish standards in store and office occupations. MR. DONOHUE, ADVISER fjze Sfudenf Conner 5 STUDENT COUNCIL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Seated: Tom Hill, Treasurer, Linda Taylor, Secretary, Bob Brown, President Standing: Joe Schembri, Vice President, Lou Marchetta, Sergeant-at-armsg Russ Marchetta, Assistant Treasurer to his school. C C ,C , MRS. BORNHEIMER, ADVISER An energetic member of the Middlesex County New Jersey, and National Associations of High School Student Councils, the Student Council of N B HS is a bright and vital part of student life. Through committees under the general supervision of Mrs. Joan Bornhelmer the council acts director of many student activities including the sponsorship of a foster child in Chile Council work has provided wonderful training, enduring satisfaction and fond memories for everyone who has given even the smallest part of himself in service w SOCIAL COMMITTEE ll First row: Joe Garrity, Mike Rotter, Harry Maskin, Gail Bay, Alex Babos, Chair- man, Joan Schmidt, Mary Battaglia, Carol Arvoy Second row: Miss Devlin, Diane Giglio, Pam Leavitt, Pat Mulvaney, Ronnie Arnese, Debbie Sims, Roxanne Muniz, Gail lannocone, Joan Shamblin Third row: Linda Paskovitz, Cathy Carini, Jackie Sarka, Joyce Fuller, Rose Kaffel, Kathy Shivers, Linda Szegeski Fourth row: Dolores Shoback, Ann Haney, Pam Klesitz, Debbie Lucas, Margo Lip- schitz, Joan Rethy, Lou Czasbay, Holly Novitt, Bev Reichell Fifth row: Lou Marchetta, Joe Schembri, Karen Smith, Joe Walker, Joe Macaro, Russ Marchetta, Sharon Smith, Ernie Paller, Ed Carmen Y SOCIAL COMMITTEE I First row: Miss Devlin, Joan Molimock, Kathy James, Gail Bay, Alex Babos, Chairman: Jan Starkman, Maria Mal- tese Second row: Fran Maimone, Fran LaSpina, Sue Allinder, Harriet Gluckman, Cheryl Molnar, Donna Paul, Janet Royko, Joan Stass, Steve Feld, Pat Mendel, Linda Ferrullo Third row: Ann Marie Arnese, Diane Vigilante, Jean Tozzi, Carol Koury, Jane Curry, Sue Vogt, Jan Flanagan, Jan Senko, Paula Wondowsky, Joan Schmidt, Sarah Micale, Cathy Mo- stransky Fourth row: Phyllis Maiewski, Roseann Hellinger, Carol Barnes, Sue Phillips, Carol Arvoy, Carlo Andreani, Liz Camamis, Diane Salzmann, Wayne Canastra, Joe Combs, Shelley Sinensky, John Johnstone, Mary Battaglia, Jan Vance Fifth row: Al Pavon, Bolis Witkowski, Roosevelt Price, Phil Gottlieb, Judi Kaye, Harry Maskin, Joe Garrity, Mike Rotter, Tom Varga, Sandy Richmond, Rich Weiss, Bub Kovacs, Joe Marchetta, Jack Matulevich P.A.P - SECOND WEEK First row: Robin Levine, Fran Maimone, Lesley Callaway, Connie Kearse, Fran LaSpina, Chairman, Harriet Gluckman, Margaret Jackson, Elaine Mavromatis, Kathy Amato, Maria Maltese Second row: Kathy James, Kathy Mos- transky, Janet Royko, Jane Curry, Janis Flanagan, Joan Schmidt, Janis Senko, Beverly Seawright, Noel Carmen, Ann Marie Arnese Third row: John Johnstone, Janet Vance, Cindy Owens, Diane Gebhardt, Linda Kalman, Jack Matulevich, Al Pavon, Brigitte Hutniczak, Mary Battaglia, Phyllis Maiewski Fourth row: Alex Babos, Shelley Sinen- sky, Bolis Witkowski, Marilyn Samson, Richie Weiss, Richie Smith, Bub Ko- vacs, Diane Anzolut, Nan Whitehead, Sue Phillips, Terry Rump P.A.P. - FIRST WEEK First row: Diane Giglio, Diane Higgins, Pat Mulvaney, Sue Allinder, Steve Feld, Janis Medinets Second row: Shelia Highsmith, Gail Schneider, Linda Birch, Elizabeth Sod- binow, Barbra Macechak Third row: Laurell Johnson, Lou Marchetta, Andrea Karvelas, Judy Birmer, Carol Koury, Margaret Treio S POINT AND AWARD COMMITTEE I First row: Gail Iannacone, Kathy Keller, Sharon Ruclewick, Harriet Gluckman, Chairman, Jan Flanagan, Sue Alli-nder, Diane Higgins, Robin Levine Second' row: Steve Felcl, Lillian Bertalan, Ann Cosby, Marlene Luck, Barbara Fekefe, Ann Marie Arnese, Anne Marie Finnegan, Maxzine Lee, Fran LaSpina Third row: Ruth Goldblatt, Alex Babos, Arlene Yale, Carol Barnes, Pam Klesitz, Phil Gottlieb, Fay Li, Gail Freeman Fourth row: Margo Lipschitz, Linda Knight, Judi Kaye, Joe Garrity, Tom Hill, Bub Kovacs, Skip Jonas POINT AND AWARD COMMITTEE Il First row: Pat Mendel, Barbara Young, Sharon Rudewick, Harriet Gluckman, Chairman, Jan Flanagan, Joyce Pintye, Merrill Maltese, Maria Maltese Second row: .Ioan Schmidt, Cheryl Mol- nar, Jan Starkman, Elizabeth Sodbinow, Janet Vance, Cathy Mostransky, Janet Royko, Joan Stass, Bev Murphy Third row: Phyllis Maiewski, Julia Walker, Terry Rump, Sue Phillips, Nan White- head, Bolis Witkowski, John Johnstone, Janis Senko Fourth row: Jack Matulevich, Al Pavon, Liz Camamis, Marilyn Samson, Steve Schafer, Mike Rotter, Rich Weiss, Diane Salzmann, Karen Smith, Shelley Sinen- sky ORIENTATION COMMITTEE First row: Pat Mulvaney, Lesley Callaway, Diane Higgins, Judi Kaye, Chairman, Joe Schembri, Elaine Mavromatis, Maria Maltese Second row: Robin Harris, Jackie Sarka, Joan Schmidt, Janice Starkman, Fran LaSpina, Karen Walyus, Harriet Gluck- man, Nancy Kless, Barbara Fekete, Dolores Shoback, John Johnstone, Karen Osterburg, Kathy James Third row: Sharon Rudewick, Phyllis Ma- iewski, Liz Camamis, Linda Kalman, Debbie Lucas, Alex Babos, Al Pavon, Margo Lipschitz, Carol Barnes, Brigitte Hutniczak, Mary Kapsidelis, Jan Flana- gan Fourth row: Lou Marchetta, Phil Gottlieb, Roosevelt Price, Shannon Brown, Bob Spies, Tom Hill, Joe Garrity, Riusk Marchetta, Richie Weiss, Skip Jonas, Paul Lombardo, Wayne Canastra ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE First row: Cheryl Molnar, Karen Oster- burg, Sarah Micale, Barbara Fekete, Chairman, Kathy James, Fran LaSpina Second row: Joa-n Stass, June Bolotin, Karen Walyus, Harriet Gluckman, Nancy Kless, Steve Felcl, Joan Schmidt, Janice Starkman Third row: Elizabeth Sodbinow, Rose Ann Brown, Joyce Sembiante, Mary Battag- lia, Janice Senko, Arlene Yale Fourth row: Suzanne Yale, Carol Barnes, Ken Weissenburger, Judi Kaye, Tom Hill, Pierre Sodbinow, Linda Kalman CHECKROOM COMMITTEE First row: Miss Bruennig, Pat Pesciotta, Jean Volk, Kathy Daye, Diane Vigilante Second row: Lorraine Madaffore, Kathy DonneIIy, Bob Cotter, Roberta Maso TECHNICAL AND LIGHTING CREW Jeff Pultorak, Dave Ries, Bob Cotter Rich Smith. Associate Editor ,, , Feature Editor ,..,, , ,,,,... Assistant Feature Editor ,,,, Managing Editor ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, Assistant Managing Editor Copy Editor ,,,, ,, , Sports Editor ,,,,.,, Cutline Editor .,,,,, Head Typist ,,,,,,,, Head Proofreader Editorial Cartoonist ,,,,,, Head Photographer W Editorial Adviser ,,,, Business Adviser ,... EDITORIAL STAFF , Bill Vance , .,,,,,,,, Miss Eva Grossman ,, Tom Hill Harriet Gluckman ,, Steve Feld Fred Spataro . June Bolotin ,, Roberta Maso ,, Mike Rotter Bob Speis Karen Osterberg Ernie Kovacs ,, Richard Smith Mr. Edward Wuscovage MISS GROSSMAN, ADVISER runswicL is l 1 Apu- u-...-- First row: Roberta Maso, Harriet Gluck- man, June Bolotin, Karen Osterburg, Steve Feld Second row: Fred Spataro, Tom Hill, Mike Rotter, Ernie Kovacs The EDITOR ..,, , . .,,., . , . ASSIS'I'.-XNT EDITOR .. , ART EDITOR .. , I,l'l'ERARY STAFF ,..,., EXCHANGE EDITOR .... BUSINESS EDITORS .. 'I YPISTS .. .. ADVISERS ...,. 04:1 vo ca fe Staff .. ,. JANET ZYSKOVVSKI '68 . ROBERT PANCIHORN '69 CAROI. ARVOY '68 RICHARD PANC-BORN '69 VVILLIANI WVISELOCLE '69 NANCY KLESS '68 MICHAEL SIMS '68 ROXANNE MIINIZ '69 CAROL XVOLFE '68 CARLO ANDREANI '68 GEORGE MACKARONIS '68 BEVERLY MURPHY '69 LUCY KULMINSKI '69 PATRICIA MULVANEY '69 ARLENE BERTRAM '69 DOLORES SHOIEACK '69 MISS YOLAN VARGA MR. RONALD CASE MISS RUTH KASTELANSKY MRS. CATHERINE ROXVLAND First row: Carol Arvoy, Carol Wolfe, Janet Zyskowski, Editor, Pat Mulvaney, Nancy Kless Second row: Bev Murphy, Carlo Andre- ani, George Mackaronis, Richard Pang- born, Mike Sims, Bob Pangborn, Bill ' Wiselogle, Cathy Mostransky, Roxanne Muniz v4 Cappella CAoir MR. HUFF, CHOIR DIRECTOR WITH ALL-STATE CHORUS MEMBERS BRUCE KEREKES AND BOB KROSHEFSKY First row: Debbie Hines, Kathy Donnelly, Jo Ann Curcio, Jean Volk, Connie Szeflinski, Karen Gyurinko, Barbra Young Second row: Mr. Huff, Diane Vigilante, Alberta Elim, Dolores Clemenfi, Carol Wolfe, Kathy Murphy, Emily Hale, Jimmy Martin Third row: Narvia Sims, Shelia Highsmith, Shirley Cladd, Cindy Owens, Sue Baldwin, Gail Mair, Yvonne Jackson, Jane Curry Fourth row: Diane Salzmann, Judy Hush, Warren Slemmer, Bruce Kerekes, Neal Friedemhal, Bob McBride, Bob Kroshefsky, Karen Wilder, Lou Ellen Bryant Ban MR. AUSTIN, BAND DIRECTOR 5 l SENIOR BAND MEMBERS First row: Connie Szeflinski, Jo Ann Curcio, Andrea Jasper, Mr. Austin, Sue Baldwin, George Akerley, Jean Volk Second row: Bob Applegate, Bob Pasternak, Steve Marantz, Cordell Napier, Mark Bell, Bill Scruggs, Ernie Fodor I Mr. KRAUSS, BAND DIRECTOR l ,, SAYINGS COMMITTEE First row: Georganne Mackaronis, Sue Allinder, JoAnn Curcio, Pat Mendell, Caryn Ochs Second row: Judy Anderson, Kathy Dumas, Karen Osterburg, Dolores Cle- menti, Janis Senko, Mary Lazar, Liz Coyne, Joe Priore, Joan Stass Third row: Cindy Owens, Mary Battaglia, Caroline O'Neal, Matt Hirsch, Sue Vogt, Janis Flanagan, Rae Larson Fourth row: Bruce Simon, Bob Kroshef- sky, Tom Varga, Gil Dillon, Sal Luca- rello, Al Pavon, Wayne Canastra YEARBOOK PLANNING COMMITTEE First row: Harriet Gluckman, Carol Wolfe, Nancy Kless, Joan Schmidt Second row: Rose Ann Brown, Alex Babos, Eddie Harris, Paul Lombardo, Steve Feld Third row: Joe Marchetta, George Macka- ronis, Carol Arvoy, Charlie Uniman Fourth row: Tom Hill, .ludi Kaye, Mike Rotter, Bob Shalayda, Marilyn Samson STUDENT OPINION COMMITTEE First row: P'olly Tabler, Janis Medinets, Cheryl Molnar, Barbara Parillo Second row: Maxzine Lee, Kathy James, Barbara Young Third row: Nancy Creighton, Carol Kou ry, Roseann Hellinger Fourth row: Sue Phillips, Terry Rump, Karen Wildor HISTORY COMMITTEE First row: Fay Li, Fran LaSpina, Arlene Yale Second row: Joe Garrity, Janet Zyskow- ski, Scott Thomas DINNER-DANCE COMMITTEE Seated: Larry Jacob Standing: Kathy Murphy, Margie Herbst, Gail Bay WILL COMMITTEE First row: Janice Starkman, Janet Vance Second row: Jerry Eckhoff, Bob Burgett, Ray Bartkowech PROM TICKET COMMITTEE Seated: Sal Lombardo First row: Diane Cushing, Dottie blin, Sue Chaki Second row: Julia Walker PROM ARRANGEMENTS COMMITTEE Seated: Merrill Maltese First row: Karen Walyus, Jean Volk, Lesley Callaway Second row: Joyce Sembiante, Linda Kalman, Diane Vigilante Sham- O YEARBOOK AD COMMITTEE First row: Fran Maimone, Cathy Mostran- sky, Sue Allinder, Joan Schmidt Second row: Barbra Macechak, Nancy Hurley, Janet Vance, Gail Schneider, Ann Marie Arnese Third row: Alex Babos,Roseann Hellinger, Wayne Canastra, Becky Paiko Fourth row: Karen Wildor, Andrea Jasper, Judi Kaye, Ken Szegeski, Judy Birmer 'xx "EAT!" N22 BO xviggc OKS Fo XA f 1? SA V505 lp, Q, Czar President: Charlie Uniman Vice President: Bob Pangborn Secretary: Ernie Kovacs Treasurer: Bob Plangemann MR. FIGU LSKI, ADVISER First row: Bob Myers, Charlie Uniman Bob Plangemann, Bub Kovacs Second row: Steve Feld, Paul Lombardo Bob Brown Third row: Joe Marchetta, Sal Lucarello Warren Slemmer Fourth row: Skip Reed, Jim Strimple Bill Skaff The Key Club of New Brunswick High School is dedicated to the service of its school and community. Although the Key Club operates under the pupil activity program and draws its members from the student body, it is uniquely different from all other clubs. Modeled after the Kiwanis Club and sponsored by this organization, Key Club members are selected from the tenth, eleventh and twelfth grades for their outstanding school and civic records. The basic aims of the club are to develop initiative, leadership, and good citizenship, and the organization fulfills these aims through accomplishment of proiects designed to aid the school and community. Proiects undertaken this year have included printing and publish- ing the N.B.H.S. football program, operation of a project binding service, a student leadership banquet, and donation of a scholarship to a worthy senior boy. With the help of its adviser, Mr. Klemens Figulski, the club hopes to continue its program of service. 'ALOI-IA" "'WHEN DOES IT ERUPT?" "DANCING CHEEK TO CHEEK" g 5 if-I I 'TIME OUT" "I COULD HAVE DANCED ALL NIGHT 'REFRESHMENTS ARE SERVED" "BOTTOMS UP" IT FEELS GOOD TO SIT DOWN' 'iffy ING COUSINS?" Jam? game HALF OF THE QUEEN'S COURT AND LINDA AND BOB MR. LINDSTROM AND COMMISSIONER COOPER HONOR MISS N.B.H.S. AND ATTENDANTS ,-il' LINDA AND DATE THE OTHER HALF OF THE QUEEN'S COURT AND DATES MR. LINDSTROM CONGRATULATES LINDA SUE ALLINDER ALICE CLINCH fs.. LINDA TAYLOR O NAN WHITEHEAD ' ISS JV .XIII . JOANNE YUDIN CAROL ZAWISTOWSKI Senior Carnival s v b r- "WOULD YOU LIKE YOUR PAUVK RED ,, L ,gi f K , 'YM . X 'f.. 0 DING DING" "NUTS TO YOU, TOO" HOW ABOUT A DATE SWEETIE?" ffl-4: WM 1" I F vm 2 L INTESTINAL DILEMMA EXIT SOCK IT TO ME' THE CAST AND MAC 'OH, YOU BEAUTIFUL DOLL!" "HELL HATH NO FURY LIKE A WOMAN SCORNED" esf oof orwar 'IT'S CREASED ALL RIGHT" "WELCOME TO WI NSOCKI" "IT'S FROM GALE JOY" "GREETINGS" HURRY UP, LARRY" OUR DIRECTOR E "NOT TOO HEAVY ON THE EYEBROWS, JOANN i "LET'S GO PRlMITlVE" "HOLLYWOOD, REALLY, DAHLING" WE WOMEN WANT TO BE ALONE" "l'VE GOT CLAUSTROPHOBIA 9 if E' "MONEY! "LOVELIER THAN EVER" "A DRINK?" PERNAMBUCO" "UNBvELIEVABLE TOWN" "ID'S, PLEASE" UMR. TANBURINE MAN" wirlo an ce "HAVE YOU GOT THE BEAT?" "CLOSE QUARTERS" "CHECKS ARE IN" IIHELPII 1 L1 4- ... I Q -.. sl sf U NICE DAY, ISN'T IT?" "THINGS GO BETTER WITH COKE" 4 "DIG THOSE LEGS" "WAIT 'TIL THEY LOWER THE BASKET" "ONE, TWO, CHA, CHA, CHA" "FIRST DOWN AND TEN TO GO" WHAT'S UP?" "LONDON BRIDGE'S FALLING DOWN WICIGED WILLIE STRIKES AGAIN" "THAT'S NOT THE BALL, THAT'S MY HEAD!" "STUDENT POWER" "I'M THE GREATEST! "DON'T LOOK NOW, BUT . . ." "ALLEZ OOP" Highlighting the senior year at New Bruns- wick High School is the election for Youth Week commissioners, wherein five N.B.H.S. seniors are elected to the post of city commissioner for a term of three days. Having first obtained a petition for nom- ination by procuring fifty signatures, the con- testants then engage in a week of vigorous campaigning ending with an assembly in which the candidates present their qualifications and platforms to the student body. Elected this year were Mayor "Skip" Reed, Jim Strimple and Carlo Andreani ot the Gnu Party and Joan Schmidt and Ken Szegeski of the Fat Albert Party. oufA T fweek BLUE NOTES COFFEE PARTY DIRTY HALF DOZEN EXCEDRINS FAT ALBERT GNU REPELLENTS 5 .r ldv ui no X 4, 'M 5, .mr 1 - Agy, Wt 'wggg , At New Brunswick High School, school life is well complemented by athletics. Win, lose, or draw, out- standing individual performance and precision teamwork are characteristic of Zebra athletics and are admired by both teammates and spectators. One finds color, spirited play and enthusiasm evident whenever any of our nine Varsity or Junior Varsity teams, clubs, or intramural teams take the field. This year has been no exception. Owing to the large number of participants, sports at New Brunswick High School have a profound influence on the development of the students' characters. Who of us will forget the snap of a taut tape against a heaving chest, the tense precision of a hand as it lofts the game- winning basket or the sheer physical domination of overpowering and pinning an opponent? This section is, therefore, dedicated to the athletes, both heralded and unsung, who practice and sacrifice diligently for the honor of representing New Brunswick High School on the fields of friendly strife. IO vis l , Head Coach SEPTEMBER 23 .................. 30 ............. .. OCTOBER 6 ............... 14 ..... 20 ..... 28 ............... NOVEMBER 4 ............... ll ..... 23 ..... oofdall '7 Charlie Van Liew, Jesse Fred Spataro, Steve Anasiewiecz, Ron Smith, Terry Gasper, Frank Bochert, Bub Second row: Rich Martino, Ken Szegeski, Jake Heffernan, Bob Pete Marshall, Andy Greenwood, Ben Golden, Fourth row: Bob Smith, Randy Somody, Pete Lynch, Bob Adochio, Tom Hussey, Alan Naar, Jimmy Neal, Jeff Harkins Jim Knight, Bob DeMuro, Bill Galipo, George Teneralli, Greg Mackaronis, Tony Fusaro, Guy Wolfe, Billy Herbert Craig Collins, Frank Teneralli, Rich Kaplan, Joe Macaro, Chucky Isaac, Nick Vitelli First row: Price, Tom Stasik, Rich Shuey, Bob Tamosaitis, Third row: Matt Howard, George Kourkanakis, Wayne Fifth row: Sixth row: : Fred Sims Sayreville Edison Phillipsburg Madison Trenton J. P. Stevens Perth Amboy East Brunswick . ....... 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V' I gliig 9If"fzvg':fw "i'5'2F'-f""'?I" "' ' ' lugrflt' ALAN NAAR AGAINST J. P. STEVENS WES COPPRUE RUNNING AGAINST MADISON WES COPPRUE AGAINST PHILLIPSBURG JIMMY NEAL AGAINST MADISON n . ai QUARTERBACK FRED SPATARO AGAINST EDISON -, Z! s -2 Q. RICH MARTINO 1701 BLOCKS FOR JIMMY NEAL 1343 ERNIE KOVACS RECOVERS A FUMBLE AGAINST P-BURG 'Z' A ross oun ircy First row: Buggy Greene, Rusty Epps, Craig Nelson, Lou Economopoulos, Jack Harayda Ken Eng Second row: Frank Szeflinski, Jack Ferriday, Bob Mazur, Bruce Rydell, Bob Romano Third row: Coach Grosso, Rich Jacques, Terry Lyons, Steve Schafer, Kevin Bochert Skip Jonas Paul Vargai Head Coach: Mauro Grosso SEPTEMBER 19 ................ 22 ....... 26 ...... 29 ............. OCTOBER Blue and White East Brunswick Jefferson Edison 3 ................ ...................... K ennedy 6 ........ Bordenfown Military IO ....... . Bridgewater-Union I2 ...... ,.... C ounty Champ. I7 ...... , ..... Woodbridge 20 ...... ...... C onf. Division 24 ............ Princeton 27 ...... ..... C onf. Finals 31 ................ NOVEMBER 3 ................... 7 ............ .... ll ...... 14 ...... 18 ...... Asbury Park Trenton Somerville NJSIAA Trials . ...........,...... Brick NJSIAA Finals BUGGY GREENE CRAIG NELSON J3asAeiAall Kneeling: Skip Reed, Jim Hennessey, Zack Bussey, Jim Strimple, Tom Varga Wes Copprue Rich Broadwater Standing: Ken Gustin, Managerp Tom Dallas, Jeff Harkins, John Krawczyk Greg Mackaroms Vinnie Grealis, Jimmy Heller, Manager Head Coach: DECEMBER 8 ............... 12 ............ 15 ...... 19 ...... 22 27 29 JANUARY 2 ............. 5 ...... 9 ...... I3 ....... 16 ...... 19 ...... 26 30 FEBRUARY 2 ............. 6 .... .. I3 ...... Bob Bornstein Madison Trenton Perth Amboy Sayreville Highland Park East Brunswick St. Peter's Kennedy ljljmlllloodbridge Edison St. Peter's South River Madison South River Sayreville Perth Amboy East Brunsiwck Edison RICH BROADWATER WES COPPRUE JIM HENNESSEY SKIP REED JIM STRIMPLE TOM VARGA resfbng Varsity DECEMBER 13 ................. 16 ..........,.... 20 ........ 27-28 ........... JANUARY 3 ............... 9 ...... I2 ..... I9 ...... 25 ...... 30 ............... FEBRUARY 2 ............... 7 .,.... .. 9 ...... 13 ...,.. 24 ......... MARCH l ....... ..... 2 ......... 9 ...... First row: Mike Rotter, Dave Ries, Steve Leder, Chuck Miauro, Jesse Jefferson, Matt Howard, Bob Myers, Alan James, John Johnstone, Eddie Harris, Steve Feld Second row: Coach Doherty, Steve Robbins, 'Bruce Brooks, Russ Gullo, Ed Evanouskas, Don Mitchell Don Mayle, Charlie Carou, Floyd Gladden, Mike Harris, Coach Doll Third row: Mike Haley, John Nemetz, Dick Strimple, Jim Solomos, Ralph Kimmelman, Neil Shulas Jim Parolise, Shannon Brown, George Kourkanakis Fourth row: Rich Bodo, Mario Lombardo, George Isak, Sandscha Sodbinow, Gordon Porter, Rich Shivery, Steve Eng, Francis Kortbawi, Frank Szeflinski Coach: Leon Doherty Ewing Edison South Brunswick County Tournament East Brunswick South River Madison Bridgewater Trenton Sayreville Woodbridge .. .............. Perth Amboy Novice Tournament Piscataway .... .... Dist. NJSIAA Regional NJSIAA Trials Regional NJSIAA Finals NJSIAA Finals COACH DOHERTY , , x , ,ly . HQ, az'-W..-',f:" il .. . - " NNY . ' ' rip? F ., , "-1:7 -VG r'L,X ,::'E' ::4:: . . H .. 1 -1. . ' 1:"I'S':-l7:L.'7"" QW' Y A. " . WJFQZ - N V fXQ:I?5E" -L-3lT?E'3L ' ' V 4 U " ,. 151 ' I nw K3 W2 ,E 'W 'EIL' 9' 2 as S 1 if 5 , g ig my ' 'Jw 5 W Wi .. vw, ' "I5':Sji, K' W, -nifwgwfug ' ' an ,iff . :qfv'sfi" " ED EVANOUSKAS ALAN JAMES STEVE FELD EDDIE HARRIS JESSE JEFFERSON JOHN JOHNSTONE CHUCK MAURO STEVE LEDER BOB MYERS DAVE RIES MIKE ROTTER wn fer flue First row: Buggy Greene, John Hawkins, Bob Plangemann, Taylor Jones, Bill Harayda Second row: Tom Doerr, Pete Marshall, Kevin Bochert, Skip Jonas, Bob Pangborn, Rex Butler Third row: George Isak, Rusty Epps, Rich Jacques, Steve Schafer, Ken Eng, Charles Rupprecht, Alex Semiglasow Fifth row: Coach Grosso, Jack Harayda, Bob Romano, Bill Schafer, Charlie Luizza, Paul Varga, Coach Ragone Fourth row: Joe Williams, Tom Eaton, Bob Dolan, Ray Nunn, Frank Teneralli, Jimmy Wiggins, Lou Economopoulos Head Coach: Mauro Grosso JANUARY 6 ................. NJSIAA Development Meet 'IO ........... ............, B ordentown Military I3 ..... .......,........................ P rinceton I7 ..... .... W oodbridge 20 ..... .............. C ounty Meet 24 . .... ................. . ......... T renton 27 .... NJSIAA Development 31 ................. ........................ S tevens FEBRUARY 3 ................. NJSIAA Relays 7 .............. ...... ...... .... E w i ng 10 ....... ......... M adison I4 ....... ................ E dison 17 ........... ........... A sbury Park 22 .............. ............ C ounty Relays 23 ..... - ........ .... N JSIAA Field Events 24 .... NJSIAA Track Events TRAINER QUIGLEY WITH COACHES GROSSO AND FARKAS TAYLOR JONES BO-B PLANGEMANN BUGGY GREENE .miall First row: Bill Herbert, Tom Dallas, Guy Wolfe, Tom McGowan, Wayne Canastra Bob Brown Richie Weiss, Bob Sirna, Denny Watson, Don Christie Second row: Frank De Luca, Ben Golden, Wayne Greenwood, Charles Rupprecht Carl Koch Tom Hussey, Larry Ornstein, Ron Pelly, Rich Pellis, Coach Shirley Third row: Coach Skladany, Bob Fisher, Joe Mumber, Tony Fusaro, Vince Grealls Len Flamingo Curt Beecher, John Buyacheck, Coach Doherty MARCH 30 ............ APRlL 2 ...,..... 6 ...... 9 ...,.. I3 ...... l7 ...... 19 ...... 20 ...... 23 ...... 25 ...... 27 ...... MAY 2 ...... 4 ...... 7 ...... 10 ...... 14 ...... 15 ..... 18 ...... 20 ..... 23 ..... 29 ..... Head Coach: Ed Skladany Madison Somerville South River Perth Amboy Asbury Park Franklin Jefferson East Brunswick Madison Trenton .. Woodbridge Hamilton Edison Trenton St. Peter's Sayreville Perth Amboy Kennedy Sayreville Franklin Highland Park BOB BROWN WAYNE CANASTRA DON CHRISTIE TOM MCGOWAN BOB SIRNA DENNY WATSON RICH.IE WEISS GUY WOLFE Pring rac First row: Coach Wilson, Buggy Greene, Craig Nelson, Mike Rotter, Zack Bussey Bob Plangemann Rich Egan, Pete Marshall, Randy Somody, Russ Price Second row: Coach Farkas, George Teneralli, Rex Butler, Floyd Gladden Tom Doerr Steve Schafer Tony Sgroi, Leon Broadwater, Joe Williams, Albert Previte,.Jack Harayda Third row: Craig Collins, Paul Varga, Gordon Porter, Gary McCargo Ralph Klmmelman Jack Ferriday, Bill Wiselogle, Robert Mazur, George Isak, Robert Romano Myron Johnson Manager Head Coach: Steve Farkas APRIL 6 ......... ...... E disoh 'IO ...... ................,.......... J efferson 17 ...... ................................. P rinceton 20 ..... ..... N JT8.F Federation Relays 24 ..... .........,........ E ast Brunswick 27 ..... N. Y. Relays MAY l ...... ........... .... T r enton 3 ..,.. ...,... C ounty Relays 6 ..... ............, A sbury Park 8 ...... ............... W oodbridge ll ..... .... L ong Branch Relays lA ..... ............ C onf. Trials I7 ..... County Meet 18 ,... . .............. County Meet 22 ..... ............ N . B. Invitation 25 ..... ..... C ent. Jersey Champ. 28 ..... .................. C onf. Finals JUNE l ..... ...... N JSIAA Champ. IE FT4- .. Y BUGGY GREEN CRAIG NELSON BOB PLANGEMANN ZACK BUSSEY RICHIE EGAN MIKE ROTTER First row: Bill Harayda, Harry Maskin, Jack Matulevich, Joe Eory, Jon Purliz Pete Hahn Second row: Coach Brown, Larry Bruno, Bob Fenkel, Tom Jacobs, Craig Newman Mark Finkelstein Third row: John Krawczyk, Pete Matseur, Steve Cataldi, Harry Schick, George Tenerallu Chris Mackaroms APRIL Head Coach: Fred Brown 3 .......... .... P lainfield 5 ...... ..... S omerville ll .... ..... P iscataway 16 ...... Hightstown I7 ...... ......... S fevens 18 ...... .......... S outh River 22 ...... ......... . ....... J efferson 24 ...... ..... 26 ...... ...... East Brunswick Kennedy 29 ......... ...... C onf. Champ. MAY 1 ...... St. Pefer's 8 .... ..........., E dison 9 ...... ....... S 1. Pefer's I3 ...... ....., N JSIAA Trials I5 ...... ............... L inden 'I7 ...... ........ W oodbridge 20 ...... ...... N JSIAA Finals 21 ...... .............. M aclison 24 ...... ...... Bridgewater JOE EORY PETE HAHN BILL HARAYDA HARRY MASKIN JACK MATULEVICH JON PURITZ ennis First row: Coach Melech, Steve Feld: Steve Eng, Jim Delatore, Skip Jonas George Eng John De Bartolo Second row: John Lehman, Mike Gaeta, Greg Mackaronis, Phil Gottlieb, Roger Myers Tom Hill Steve Leder, Bob Caparell, Jerry Weiss, Vince De Gloria, Jim Gittons Bob Burgett Bob Leary APRIL 15 ........ 22 ..... 24 ..... 29 ..... 30 ..... MAY 3 ........ 6 ..... IO ..... 13 ,.... 15 ..... 17 ..... 20 ..... 22 ..... 24 ..... 27 ........... 30-31 Coach: Gerald Melech Edison East Brunswick Woodbridge Carteret Stevens Kennedy East Brunswick Woodbridge Colonia Perth Amboy Princeton .., ........... Carteret Perth Amboy Kennedy Edison NJSIAA , CAeerleaclers First row: Kathy Murphy, Janis Meclinets, Alice Clinch, Captain, Dottie Shamblin, Fran Pepitone Second row: Loretta Lambert, Joanne Yudin, Barbra Macechak, Sue Chaki, Linda Riva Third row: Ellen Passer, Bonnie Krueger, Dotfy Mich, Barbara Colligan, Ann Marshall CAPTAIN DAY CLINCH FRAN PEPITONE SUE CHAKI LORETTA LAMBERT BARBRA MACECHAK JAN MEDINETS KATHY MURPHY LINDA RIVA DOTTIE SHAMBLIN JOANNE YUDIN wirlers First row: Margie Herbsf, Carol Zawisfowski, Captainp Nan Whitehead. Second row: Ann Marie Squindo, Georganne Mackaronis, Pat Santisi, Roseann Buday, Nancy Rudnirzky Kathy Donnelly, Phyllis Maiewski, Sandy Kilkuts, Diane Anzolur. MARGIE HERBST GEORGANNE MACKARONIS PHYLLIS MAJEWSKI CAROL ZAWISTOWSKE fa NANCY RUDNITZKY P'AT SANTISI NAN WHITEHEAD iff!! tjeam Kneeling: Joan Molimock, Captain, Linda Ferrullo, Laurell Johnson First row: Andrea Perlman, Lydia Cirelli, Joyce Pintye, Roxann Muniz, Diane Cushing, Ronnie Arnese, Lynn Puritz, Mary Drewiengo Second row: Laura Bogacs, Sarah Micale, Anne Marie Arnese, Linda Taylor, Diane Higgins, Karen Walyus, Lillian Bertalan, Nora Shirckmann Third row: Barbara Brezo, Pat Gorka, Delores Shoback, Rosemarie Bianco, Linda Birch, Roseann Hellinger, Diane Gebhardt ANN MARIE ARNESE LINDA BIRCH DIANE CUSHING LAURELI. 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GOOD LUCK AND BEST WISHES FOR A PROSPEROUS FUTURE TO THE cLAss or 'ba HOMEROOM H9 President: Vice President Secretary Treasurer Diane Cushing Linda Heard Brigitte Hutniczak Fran Maimone Kathy Nemeth Becky Patko Marily Samson Pat Santisi "Elsie" Schmidt Sue Reed Polly Tabler Janet Vance Diane Van Liew Wayne Canastra Ken Szegeski Karen Walyus Caryn Ochs Arlene Yale Carol Zawistowski Frank Amodeo Ray Bartkowech Jim Barre John De Blasi Joe Garrity Jerry Eckhoff Bill Harayda Jesse Jefferson John Manfredi John Leoniy Tony Santoro Alvin Walker I '13-3-3-3-3-3-X'X-X-3-3'1"3-3-3'l'X-3-I-3-1-3-3-I-1-3-1-3-3-3-3'3-3-I I-I-3 I I Quin11KnQ-l-.Q-Qu-QglgKqQ11nlnl1Q1QnQl-Q1Qn1nKnK1Q1Q1l-Qgknknlnknh-Q-An CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '68 Bob Bartley Jim Bedi Bill Curtin Alex Evans Terry Gasper Ed Harris Bill Kalck Frank Mannino Bill Messeroll Chuck Pepitone Joe Scheirich Jeff Schenck Pete Tamburini HOMEROOM 123 Charlie Van Liew Denny Watson Guy Wolfe Paul Wondowsky Victor Wotring Louis Zimmer Mary Battaglia Gail Bay Kathy Combs Chris Delanoy Barbara Fekete Diane Gebhardt Rose Hellinger Connie Kearse Sharon Keenan Fay Ying Li Fran La Spina Phyllis Maiewski Maria Maltese Kathy Murphy Shirley Olsvay Bev Seawright Joyce Sembiante Dot Shamblin Allison Shelton Eva Hegeclus Crystal Wing Depend on JERSEY TRAILER for all these services' Trailer Rentals 81 Leasing Trailer 8. Tank Repairs New 8. Used Trailers Truck Painting Engineering 8. Fabricating Truck 8. Trailer Parts Custom-Built Truck Bodies RENTAL REPAIR 2 New Jersey s most complete service for truck users! L L L L L L L L L L . L L . L L ' l I 1- I l u a l " l I L ' T L I L 1 L L L I D A i X i I? T l X L NORTH BRuN5wlCl4-NJ - L ' L L L L L 3 3 I , QQKQK-ph-111: nh-Q19-l1K1K-n up 1 1 1 15-In QQQKQQQ 1 u-Kula QQ.. 1 1-ln un 1 KQKQK COMPLIMENTS OF TRIANGLE CONDUIT 81 CABLE CO., INC. BEST WISHES FROM THE N. B. I'I. S. TWIRLERS CAROL ZAWISTOWSKI NAN WHITEHEAD MARGIE HERBST GEORGANNE MACKARONIS PAT SANTISI NANCY RUDNITZKY PHYLLIS MAJEWSKI ANN MARIE SQUINDO DIANE ANZOLUT DEBBIE O'CONNELL ROSE ANN BUDAY SANDY KILKUTS ADVISER: PATRICIA DALY I V 3-gx1x131,-31,13-qu-31-jqqgygxu-yrj-my-q131y-nj11:1my-nj1-yzy-'yay-.3111-yzxzjxyzxuq1y131j F - -1..1.1.. ...1.1. - -1. .. -1.1. - 1-1. - .1.1..1..1. -1-1- - -1-1. -1- -1. - -1- - .. .1...1.. -1.1. -1. -1.1 1-1-1-l-K-K-K-K-K-K-l-I-K-K-K-l-K-l-K-K-l-K-K-l-l-K-K-I-l-l-K-K-K-I-l-l-I-I-K-l-K-I-hal-K-K-K-K-K-I-I-l-I-I-K-K-K-K-Kd -l-l-l-l-l-K-K-K-l-l- YOUNG FASHIONS Casual - Sport - Dressy - Mini Styles Petites - Juniors - Missy - Sizes 3 to 20 Use Our Zebra I.ay Away Plan KAREN LYNN FASHIONS INC. 341 GEORGE smear NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. MISS MARGE SCHOOL OF DANCE Tap - Ballet - Jazz - Baton 249-4196 643 GEORGES ROAD NORTH BRUNSWICK, N. J. PARILLO'S TRUCKING R.F.D. ff4, BOX 108 ORCHARD ST. 81 ARLINGTON AVE. NORTH BRUNSWICK, N. J. ANTONIO PARILLO AX 7-9199 TRACY INC. MEN'S CLOTHIER and HABERDASHER BRUNSWICK SHOPPING CENTER Next to KorveMe's OPEN NIGHTS COMPLIMENTS OF WM. NIANNING TRUCKING NORTH BRUNSWICK, N. J. Phone CHarter 7-4431 P O N T I A C DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR you can't beat Sheldon Pontiac 250 GEORGE STREET NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. COMPLIMENTS OF PARILLO'S SHELL SERVICE and USED CARS 545-6332 ANTHONY A. RASPA, Prop. RASPA JEWELERS WATCHMAKER - DIAMOND SETTER Diamonds - Watches - Jewelry - Trophies - Silverware All Types of Repairs 4 NO. 10th 84 RARITAN AVE. HIGHLAND PARK,N.J TRIARICO'S BARBER SHOP Fino Hair Styles for Boys, Men, Ladies 664 GEORGES ROAD NORTH BRUNSWICK, N. J. BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '68 FROM HOMEROOM 233 H 3'3'3-3-3-3- 3- 31,151,-13131,I-3-nynyunx-ju-Quays!xx1,13zyzjzju-xxjxx-nj:njxjzjzxixzyzx13-nys,zjqzxgjgx-px-,gy-.xg ul I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 'Im-x-s-x-x-m-x-I-x-m-x-m-x-x-x-m-x-m-x- J ,.,.,.,.,-,- -x-w-x-x-m-x-x Q1Q1Q1Q1f1Q1K1Q1l1l1Q:K1Q1K1Q1Q1l11H1H1l1l1K1K1H111tikiKifiK1l1K1l111K1l1Q1lil1i1Qlxix K l K K K i ul J J J Barricini Candy J J J J New Brunswick, N. J. 378 George Street J J J ,g Plainfield, N. J. -E Hallmark Cards 8. Gifts I J J J i David B. Crabiel J J Louis C. Kiraly, Jr. I Q FUNERAL DIRECTORS J Q 828 - 1331 J J J 1 CH 9-5550 CH 9-5551 133 E. Front Street J J Harry's Television 1 Sales 81 Service J J J Zenith Sales 8. Service I Color T.V. -E Stereo AXM FXM Radio Q 542 Georges Road li North Brunswick, N. J. J J .1 Congratulations 'J J . l to the Seniors J J J J J J i Homeroom 226 J J From Carasso's Luncheonette 53 Ford Avenue Milltown, N. J. 828-9808 Phone: 828-0617 Hanna's Florist 8. Gift Shop 48 N. Main Street Milltown, New Jersey Congratulations to the BEST CLASS From one of the Best Homeroom 118 Congratulations to the Class of '68 From Junior Homeroom 237 -y-y-y-y-y-y-m-m- -x-x-x-s-x-x-x- -x-x-x-x-x- -1-x-x x x s x x K K l-l-K-K-l-K-l-l-K-K-ll-K-K-K-Il-K-l-K-K-K-ll-l-i- uK-K-K-K-lK-K-l-K-K-K-l-K-WK-K-lrl-K-K-KDE-Q-K-K K K Diamonds Jewelry VINCE VITANZA'S NORTH BRUNSWICK JEWELERS 900 LIVINGSTON AVENUE, NORTH BRUNSWICK, N. J. Phone 545-8488 Watches Repairecl also DE VEE'S .lEWEI.ER'S SOMERVILLE NEW JERSEY Silverware Gifts TEL 249 7293 PHIL CALABRO PLUMBING AND HEATING 904 BRADLEY STREET NORTH BRUNSWICK N J Residence CH 72349 WHITE RING SHOE REBUILDERS SPECIALIZING IN ORTHOPEDIC WORK I38 ALBANY STREET CH 7 7605 opp PRR sfanon NEW BRUNSWICK N J AX 7203l CH 7lO3I Allce's A Curclone 81 Sons Newspapers Magazines Excavating Grading Breyefs Ice Cream Sommef Sffeef ALICE 8. 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