New Hyde Park Memorial High School - Lance Yearbook (New Hyde Park, NY)
- Class of 1958
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On September 10, 1956, the doors of New Hyde Park
Memorial High School opened to admit well over one
thousand students. A new era was in the making. Previously
we had been students in an old and established school with
its own traditions and customs. Now that we are in a new
school it is only natural that we should want to set prece-
dents and initiate customs for it, as well as to mold the tra-
ditions that will make others look upon this school with
reverence and pride.
Whenexfer any group of young people undertakes such
a task as this, it is necessary to have competent adult guid-
ance, and in a school it is usually to the principal that this
job falls. So it was in our school. However, in the light of
what had to be done, and the fact that it had to be done
under circumstances as unorganized as ours, we the
students feel very fortunate that we had a man such as this
to guide us. It is to his lasting credit that the success of
our school is a reality.
That man is . . .
John S. Randolph
This june our school marks the conclusion of its second academic year. It is the privilege
of this yearbook to trace the steps leading up to this event. Taking our cue from the
Latin phrase, ab initio, we shall start at the beginning, when, on a bright, June day, ground
was broken in a ceremony attended by members of the Board of Education. Soon afterward,
work began on the building itself. On September 10, 1956, the school threw open its doors
to admit its first student body. Since that day, our school has developed into a harmonious
organization of students and faculty rivaling the unity of ancient Rome. In the following
pages you will read about this evolvement. It is our wish that doing so will widen your
insight into the student body of New Hyde Park Memorial High School.
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Mr. Clyde M. Alston
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Mr. H. Frank Carey
Mr. John j. Doyle
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Mrs. Anne M. Boeckmann
Mr. Russell F. Thomas
Mr. William E. Ryder
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Mrs. Viola S. Southern
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The education of every child in America should be everybody's business. The evolutionary processes
contained in education are not something reserved solely for the educators, but a trust which must be
shared by Americans in all walks of life. As High School Graduates, you too will be asked to share
this serious responsibility. The new and spacious schools you have recently occupied are the result
of much preparation and planning on the part of school administrators, and, of much sacrifice on the
part of the taxpayers of our community. We know that you are grateful to your parents and neighbors
who have so unstintingly expressed their trust in our public school system by authorizing construction
of our beautiful high schools.
K As you approach adulthood, however, you will soon realize that in order for America to have the
most excellently trained minds in the world, it will be necessary to continually appraise and evaluate
the educational system in your community. It would be the height of folly to assume that any school,
regardless of its academic reputation, is performing perfectly and without problems. Therefore, it will
be your solemn duty to take an active interest in all school matters so that you may be better qualihed
to evaluate and to offer constructive criticism, when necessary. By supporting your public school system
you will be performing one of the highest functions of citizenshipq and by honest and unbiased
evaluation of your schools you are assuring a system of education which truly reflects the integrity of
Daniel Webster wrote, "If we work upon marble, it will perish, if we work upon brass, time will
efface it, if we rear temples, they will crumble into dust, but if we work upon immortal minds, if we
imbue them with principles, with the just fear of God, and love of our fellow man, we engrave on
those tablets something which will brighten to all eternity."
Congratulations to each of you and may God bless you.
VIOLA S. SOUTHERN
President, Board of Education
Central High School District No. 2
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Mr. Samuel Nacllcr Mr. J. Edwin Russell Mr. Alfred G. Kiefer Mr. Alfred Loew
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Mr. R. Lester Springer
Mrs. Ruth Ackley
Secretary to Mr. Springer
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Mr, Alfred B. Caine
Auirtant Dirtrict Principal
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Mrs. Edith Hartman
Secretary to Mr, Caine
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Dr. Ursula M. Stewart Dr. Harry Rosenberg A
School Ph yiician
Mr. Harry B. Spencer
Director of Initruction and
Pupil Perfonnel S eruicer
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Congratulations to the staff of the Lance on the pub-
lication of New Hyde Park Memorial High School's
first yearbook. The Lance will serve as a pictorial
history of the school, the teachers, the students and the
New Hyde Park Memorial is one of four six-year
secondary schools plus Stanforth junior High and a
vocational shop addition to Sewanhaka built during
1955-57 in Central High School District No. 2 at a
total cost of 315,500,000 Therefore, this new school
is one in a family of six secondary schools built to pro-
vide the finest of educational opportunities for an ulti-
mate enrollment of more than 12,000 students.
The responsibility for operating this system of
schools is vested in a School Board by the people of
the district, The Principal of the District is the execu-
tive olhcer of the Board. He has the responsibility of
developing the educational program, implementing
Board policies, selecting administrative and teaching
personnel, making administrative decisions and carrying
out the laws, rules and regulations of the State Educa-
Also, the responsibilities of the district administra-
tion include preparing the budget, managing the
schools' business affairs, purchasing school equipment,
supplies and books, management and upkeep of build-
ings and grounds, operating the lunchrooms, providing
the required bus transportation, and coordinating the
work of all principals.
The central staff works with nearly 550 teachers,
9200 students, six buildings and a budget of over
37,000,000 annually. Their every effort is to effect the
very best educational program for the youth of this
community compatable with Board policies, State laws,
and State Education Department regulations.
December 2, 1957
Robert L. Springer
Principal of the District
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Dr. jules A. Holub
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Dr. Hugh Flaherty
Director of Vocational Edu
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Mr. Alfred G. Kiefer
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Mrs. Wilma Leadbeter
School Lunch Superuiior
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Mr, Kenneth E. Place Dy, Jerome Niogi Dr. Charles McNeeley Mr. Peter- Carter Dr. Thomas F. Looby
Slfpeflfifendfnf 0f Director of School Publication Dental Superuiror Director of Phyrzcal Education, Director of Adult Education
Building! and Ground! Health, and Recreation
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Mrs. Ruth Backiel
Mrs. Dorothy Levy
Mr. Alfred Kumerow
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Miss Evelyn Mertz
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Mr. Charles Hill
Mr. Adolph Scholl M17 Walfef Th0mP50f1
The Subject Area Coordinator is the head of his
Department. It is his responsibility to see that all
schools in the district are uniform in the curriculum of
the subject taught. In order to be better able to fulnll
this responsibility he is familiar with the teacher, stu-
dents, and subject. Years of teaching have aided his
understanding of student-teacher relations.
Each coordinator is in charge of his department in
each of the separate schools. Since the central offices are
in Sewanhaka, we seldom see the coordinator, however,
his work is one of the most important of the district
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Girly' Pbyfical Education
Miss Virginia Gill
I ndurtrial Aff:
Mr. Richard Wipper
Mrs. Zenobia Gilbert
Miss Ida Ostrander
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Mrs. Lena O'Connell Mr. Carl Eklund Mr. Ira Wilder
V. HV. prefenlf rolorx at lbe Reverenri jarkfon opem llfe cere-
Dedzmlzon reremomef. many wzzb 4 prayer.
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Mr, Randolpfa bdlidf Vinferll Milo
the key at the Dedimlion rere-
The junior High Mixed Cham:
.fizzgf al the Dedimliorz.
, Mr. F. P, ll7iederJum prexerztf the
Vinrem Milo accept: flee key on 21' A h V f V Ley to lhe Jcbool la Mr. H. Frank
behalf of Ike Senior H1879 Srlmol. f11'rf"4j'rfef'M'f'r"" 'er" fr'f"h"'W'N""'e' CMU-
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e jg? Siaief Weeh banner,
Mr. Randolfih delireff .fi Jhort speech in the audi-
lofinm elinlaxing Unifed Sialef Uyeeh
Carol Leavy, winner of Ameri-
ran Legion Jponxofed ofatofical
All rtand at alienlion df the fvefffl, dflifffff bf' JPFUIJ W1
flag if raifed at the reremonief fb? E1ffff0fd1C0UfE2-
daring United Stale! Week.
A Jpeaher Jhowf junior High
.rtudenlx hifiorif Afneriran flag:
during the United Slafef Week
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"Ba1lle Hymn of the Repahlif' at lhe
The hand turnf the rorner marfhing norfh up New rerenzonief.
Hyde Park Road.
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During Uniled Slalef Week lhe American Legion
donafed Zhu plaque to our Jfhool.
The judgef, fonzexlanlf and Mr.
Randolph pole after the win-
ner wa: announced.
Mr. Leiter Springer addrenef the group in the audi-
loriurn affer zhe parade.
All flood az atfeniion during
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Affernhly during Unified SzaleJ Week,
The group Jtandf al azzenrion for lhe Pledge of
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Mr. john Randolph
The Consu Spea as
To ibe Clary 0f1958.'
Few high school graduating classes have been forced
to face as many challenges as loomed before the Class
of 1958. When you came to your new high school, you
were compelled to assume leadership. No traditions
were established which would help to mold your per-
sonalitiesg no student-inspired activities were in exist-
enceg no student leaders were here to point the way.
The magnificent manner in which you responded to this
challenge has made me proud to say, "Congratulations !"
to all of you.
You are leaving your school to enter a world which
has greater need of educated men and women than
ever before, Knowledge, training, and skills are the
tools which are in demand in this rapidly expanding
world of the mid-twentieth century. During the next
few years you will find many opportunities to broaden
your education. If you would serve both yourselves
and your community, you will find a way to build upon
the training which you already have received here. That
is the new challenge which faces the Class of 1958.
We, the faculty administration, wish you, our first
graduating class, success and good fortune. If leader-
ship should once more come to you, we know that you
will accept the responsibility with courage and self
Mrs. Mary Olsen
Serrelary lo Mr. Randolph
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Mr. Nicholas Carell
Mrs. Florence Purcell
Pupil Perromzel Service
Dr. Jerome Niosi
Mrs. Ann Geehari
Serremrg fo Dr. Niari
yet' ,127 Languages
p Lffffhe days of ancient Rome, it was necessary to
lcrfow several languages in order to understand the
various tongues spoken by conquered peoples.
Today we learn foreign languages by choice rather
than necessity. Each student who wishes to study a
foreign language is offered the choice of Spanish,
French, German, or Latin. In addition to learning the
language, the student is exposed to the customs, culture,
and history of the countries in which the language is
spoken. The study of a foreign language helps us to
understand our neighbors overseas and creates a basis
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Kronheim, Mr. john XXfhitebread, Mi: Louis Anastasio CChair- ' jffwf f,Qf',.'ffe mZj,mlTyfZ2 jtlfulgfgiliijllfllj I 6 fund!!
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The Commercial Department of New Hyde Park
Memorial High School is well equipped to produce the
secretaries and office workers of the future, Courses in
typing, transcription, bookkeeping, business machines,
business law, business arithmetic, and retailing are
given to train commercial students in all phases of their
chosen field. The preparation they received in these
courses is so complete that the graduate student finds
little difiiculty in securing a position of merit. The
blending of the abilities of the students and the experi-
ence ofthe teachers has resulted in the great success of
one of the largest departments in our school.
il IO LIVE HONURAMX lOlllllllilllOONl,lOGlVl tviimli HI5 M' ,
BUSINESS EDUCATION: From Roux: Miss Gaile Balsam,
Second Roux' Mrs. Barbara Weigle, Mr. john Rooney, Miss
Sarah Scott. Mr. Ewing Organ CChairmanD.
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One of the primary unitary forces in the world today
is a common language. Without this it is impossible to
communicate with one another. A common language is
necessary to convey ideas and to express feeling.
No one can properly express himself without a
thorough knowledge of his language. It is to achieve
this end that the English Department was formed. .
More than any other department, the English Depart- '
ment prepares the student for this future. This isxthe '
class in which a student is taught that English is
tool in expressing himself to others. ff . if - 'A'
- ' ENGLISH: L fl I rzglat: Mr. George Costigan, Mr. Grant
Zijyfgfijiilxkgmlnded of ,he homework Steinhauer, Nfirs. liuth Rosenberg, Mr. Alexander BUfk1Ch lf
' Cflhairmanj, Mr. John London. V' 'N ,
CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION: Left to right: Mr. Albert
Koehler, Mr. Martin Perry, Miss Sheila Tucker, Mr, john
McE1derry CChairmanD, Mrs. Florence Dubin, Mr. Arthur Mr, Cbgjfof mage, Domzldlkzprfum Jf1owrzf1ePul2licSpeak-
Delaney, Mr. Leslie Chaitoff. American Hman, ing :lan the proper ure of gerturer dur-
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Citizens ip Education
The mature, well informed citizen of tomorrow is
the concern of the Citizen Education Department. It is
here that he learns of the duties and privileges of an
American citizen and of our c0untry's democratic tra-
ditions which form our American heritage.
European and American history are taught to
acquaint the student with the pattern of nationsg their
rise and fall.
Tomorrowls history is today's current events. With
this thought in mind much time is spent in discussing
world problems and their effect upon our lives.
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Mr. Brooker' demonstration of
Mr. Gucriofze amuierf cl ilu-
derzfr queftzon about Malb.
Citizens ip Education
Past, present, and future - these are the concerns of
the Citizenship Education and English Department of the
New Hyde Park Memorial junior High. Citizenship Edu-
cation delves into the past to promote a knowledge of
historic events and their effect on the present and future.
Current events are studied to develop a knowledge of the
world today and their influence on tomorrow. In English
we are taught all the principals of good speech to help
express ideas and appreciation of good literature for
enjoyment. Both help us develop into good citizens of
JUNIOR HIGH MATH 8: SCIENCE: Lefl lo right: Mrs.
Emma Goldfinger CChairmanj, Mr. Thomas Amendola, Mr.
Mercer Williams, Mr. David Gould,
Math an ience
Here at New Hyde Park Memorial, the Junior High
students are fortunate because the mathematics and science
courses are designed to meet the needs and interests of each
individual student, They aim to train the young citizen to
reason logically with facts. These courses are a foundation
for more advanced study in mathematics and science, and
eventually in his individual field of endeavor.
ENGLISH AND CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION DEPARTMENT: Left to right: Miss Marlene
Boyd, Mrs. Leona Oberstein, Miss Helen McGrath, Miss Loretta Carney, Mrs. Elsie Clayman CChair-
manD, Mr. Charles Roberts, Miss Diane Oestreicher, Miss Mary Fleming.
MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT: Lefl ro right: Mr. Kenneth
Skidmore CChairmanD, Miss Constance Darnowski, Mr. Ignatius
Guccione, Mr. Alan Schwartz, Mr. Anthony Mattei, Mrs. Emma
Goldfinger, Miss Rosalind incus, Mrs. Pauline Kondulis.
Mr. Goldman? lab flair Jeff ' ..
up tive appanzlur for the prep-
amlion of laydrogerz.
Min Pincus helps ber claire! H: , , by
znzdefrfand the pmrziml appli- +5 I f
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Math S ience
Just as the ancient Romans considered mathematics one
of the most valuable subjects, so do we. Bridges, roads,
buildings, rockets - all depend on math, from drawing
board to completion and use. To keep the wheels of prog-
ress moving, an adequate high school math program is
needed. Every field of e deavor has math as a requisite in
one form or another science, business, or just balancing
As a result of the increasing emphasis on science in our
daily living, the Science Department has become more and
more important in our high school curriculum. It offers
courses in General Science, Biology, Earth Science, Physics,
By means of experiments, individual research, demon-
stration, and classroom use of scientific rilms and texts, the
the famil budget. student is trained to analyze and solve problems logically.
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to provide knowledge for the application of science in and
l around the home.
X, SCIENCE DEPARTMENT: Lefz to rigbl: Mr, Charles Tobias, Mr. John Romano, Mr. Stanley Gold-
! man, Mrs. Mary Ann Porcher, Mr. Ora Walters CChairmanj, Mrs. Doria Vrabec, Mr. William Brookes,
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INDUSTRIAL ARTS: Left Io fighlf Mr. Milton
Zipper, Mr. Silver Casbarra CChairmanj, Mr.
While not striving to produce finished professional
craftsmen, the Industrial Arts Department succeeds
admirably in inculcating the basic skills a young man
needs in order to absorb rapidly on-the-job-training as
well as effect minor household repairs and maintenance.
The skill in the use of hand and power tools, learned
under expert supervisignfaenlableslltihedyoung Agricu-
worker-head of the,f11'Fnfily tofdexelop hi taleptfaccord-
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rage for an air conzprerror.
Mrr. Herrloey rlaowr her Home Econornin clan the
proper way lo Jew.
Mr. Honig demomiralef to Shop clan' llae proper
melbod of handling a drill preu.
Cleaning up ir jun ar imporlant or preparing in
I-IOMEMAKING: Lefz lo right: Miss Lucille Mose-
ley, Mrs. joan Reinert, Mrs. Marian Hershey
Min IVloJeley'J Cooking flair.
Home Conomic S
To prepare today's girls to be tomorrow's wives and
mothers is the job of the Homemaking Department.
Courses in Cooking, Sewing and Family Relations are
given to provide a firm foundation upon which to
The delicious odors in the halls after a day of cake
baking makes everyone wish he were a member of the
Cooking class but the importance of the Sewing and
Family Relations class is just as great and every bit as
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Art played a major part in the daily life of a Roman
citizen. Their architecture, statuary, clothing, and
embellishments reflected this fact.
Our Art Department strives to make the student
conscious of the part art plays in modern life. Here
the student learns to appreciate art in all its forms. His
own creative ability is encouraged by projects in letter-
ing, paper sculpture, sketching, paintings and architec-
Someone once defined a school as a place where
people read together. Our libraries provide a quiet,
pleasant atmosphere conducive to learning. It's to these
havens the students retire when in search of source
material for term projects, recreational reading, and
supplementary reading. The vast resources of their well-
stocked shelves and the efhcient assistance of our well
informed librarians provide a true invitation to learn-
Organized to develop an appreciation and enjoy-
ment of music within the student the Music Department
succeeds admirably. For those students who Wish to play
an instrument we have a V. and Varsity Band.
Students whose musical inclinations tend toward vocal-
izing can join one of our two Glee Clubs. junior High
students are given instruction in music in classes
designed to provide a general background in the subject
ranging from classical to "pop" music.
Clarinet Jluderzlr combine zheir tglerztf
wizb the arromprznimenl of Mr. Mzllner.
ART: Left to right: Mr. james De Nicola
CChairmanj, Mrs. janet Greffrath, Mr.
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LIBRARY STAFF: Lefl lo right: Mrs.
Dorothy Tootle, Miss Lena Gould.
Mfl, Tootle explainr library procedures
to junior High rzudenlr.
MUSIC: Left lo right: Miss Marion Donnelly, Mr. Bertram
Konowitz, Mr. William Millner CChairmanj, Miss Shirley
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U, ffl Education
BOYS PHYSICAL EDUCATION: Fro11lR0u',1efIl0 figbff
Mr. Richard Moran, Mr. Leon Cohen. Second Row: Mr.
Williain Peters, Mr. David Star CChairmanD, Mr. Samuel
The buyf learn Ibe correrl lmiling .mmre from Mr. David Star.
Mr. S1ef11pel.rl90u'.r ilaree of bit .rludenlr Ike demozzrtrafion Carr.
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Fitness is the keynote in the Boys Physical Education
Department. Physically and mentally fit young men are
its objectives. Through a carefully planned sports pro-
gram the student develops muscular power, reflexes,
and acquires a team spirit. Extra curricular sports are en-
couraged to supplement the twice-weekly gym class.
Every student over 16 is given the opportunity to
select the Driver Education Course to improve his driv-
ing skill and to help make our highways a safe place to
Young women who are physically and mentally fit
are the objective of the Girls Physical Education
Department. Programs in individual and team sports,
gymnastics, and social dancing are provided to develop
co-ordination, agility, team spirit, pleasure and praise.
A Health course is included to give background in the
care and preservation of the students' health.
Numerous extra-curricular activities, such as cheer-
leading, Leader Corps, twirling and intramural sports,
are encouraged to further develop the students' fitness.
GIRLS PHYSICAL EDUCATION: Lefz 10 right: Miss
Glenda Grossman, Miss Rosalia Gioia CChairmanD, Mrs.
Carolyn Tallow, Miss Livia Olmeda.
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Swift, efiicient service is always the objective of the
New Hyde Park Memorial office staff. Students, teachers
and parents all receive pleasant, courteous assistance
whenever it is necessary to avail upon the aid of the
staff. Given the responsibility of issuing the daily bul-
letin, typing and compiling records, keeping corres-
pondence, and performing other jobs too numerous to
mention, the office stafi' always manages to do it with a
minimum of waste and a maximum of efficiency.
Designed to beneht the individual student, each of
these departments does its share in aiding his welfare.
Making sure that the student is physically and mentally
able to carry on with his studies is the job of the Health
Department. Various examinations are given to deter-
mine his physical condition and to recommend medical
care when necessary. The Guidance Department is given
the responsibility of helping students with problems
concerning his personal life, academic needs, and post-
graduate aims, such as college or service.
GUIDANCE 8c HEALTH DEPARTMENT: Left I0 right:
Mr. John Foley, Mrs. Rosalie Rodiquenzi, Mr. Martin Cheiken
Mrs. Verona Colyer, Mrs. Florence Purcell CChairmanj, Mrs.
Felice Golding, Mr. Walter Brenner, Mrs. Elizabeth Hummel.
OFFICE STAFF: Left In righlf Mrs. Gertrude-Kahn, Mrs
Elsie Vanecek, Miss Winifred Spengler, Mrs. Bessie Campanis
Miss Lorraine Chylak, Mrs. Mary Olsen, Miss Arlene Meyeri
Miss Carole Schroeder, Mrs. Mildred Bracy, Mrs. Ann Geehan
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Mrr. Purcell helpf a Senior deeide whifh college to allend.
Mfr, Hummel readr the directionf for Ihe 9th Grade Reading
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Mrr. Rodiaaehzi of lhe Health Ojjzire cherhr a studenfr porzfure
Mir! Spengler and Mrr. Colyer compare rzoter.
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Behind the scene of New Hyde Park Memorialfs clean
bright look is a capable efficient custodial staff. Given the
responsibility of keeping up the appearance of the
classrooms, halls, and offices as well as the grounds out-
side, the staff has kept the school like new on the inside
and has given the outside a campus-like appearance.
CUSTODIAL STAFF: Front Row, lefl to right: Mr. Ronald
Slingo, Mr. james Caddyin CI-lead Custodianj, Mrs. Charlotte
Flower, Mr. Phillip Guiliano. Second Row: Mr. Barney
McFadden, Mr. Carmen Russo, Mr, Pat Mancuso.
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A cherry to make lbe mlad romplele, Nulfiziour and appetizing if the molto of
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Ike kitchen fluff.
Every noontime hundreds of hungry students flock
to the cafeteria to eat. To serve such a large number and
to satisfy all is not an easy task but our competent cafe-
teria staff seems to do it with utmost care and efficiency.
Each menu is prepared with thought, for nourishment
as well as appearance and variety. No wonder every
student awaits eagerly the posting of the week's menu!
CAFETERIA STAFF: Front Row, left zo rigbz: A. Speigel,
M. Michaels, I. Basile, R. Owens, S. Simone. Second Row:
M. Reitz, V. Carlson, J. Slater, D. McCrea, A. Barrie. Third
Row: J. Beyer, E, Thoden, T. Christensen, D. DeLo5a, D.
PTA: Front Row, left to right: Mrs. A.
Shapiro, Mrs. W. Tornow, Mrs. E.
Mackauf, Mrs. O. Edel. Serond Raw: Mr.
I. Trachtenberg, Mr, J. S. Randolph, Mr.
Organized to promote better parent-teacher rela-
tions, the PTA of New Hyde Park Memorial has
enjoyed great success in achieving its goals. Numerous
Parent-Teacher Conferences have resulted in a better
understanding of the individual student by both parent
Always interested in promoting students achieve-
ment, the PTA provides a graduation scholarship as
well as a Student Aid Fund. The president is Mrs. W.
Ptzrentf Jign up to join the PTA.
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Bottom: Mfr. Tornow addfefres the pfzrentr on Open Srbool
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Mr. Silver Casbarra
The Adu!! Edumfion Clan learns lbe
fu11d.1me1z.f.1lJ of lllulflifmtlfffl.
Composed of the fathers of the New Hyde Park
Memorial student body, the Dad's Club meets monthly
to discuss problems relating to school and parent-
teacher-student relations as well as to foster and boost
athletics and sports at Memorial. Dr. Martin Schaul is
DADS CLUB: Front Row. lefl to rigbl: Mr. M. Davis, Dr.
M. Schaul, Mr. F. Boxt, Mr. T. Daly. Second Row: Mr. R.
Macoy, Mr. F. Scholer, Mr. D. Star, Mr. J. Meyer, Mr. A. Heck.
Adults wishing to further their education in any one
of a multitude of subjects are given the opportunity to
do so by registering for courses offering instruction in
that field. Everything from bridge, for those who wish
to extend their knowledge of the game, to citizenship
for non-citizens to prepare for naturalization, is offered.
Classes are open to anyone who is not attending high
school and who is between eighteen and sixty.
ADULT EDUCATION: Fran! Row, left lo right: Mrs. H.
Morris, Miss M. L. Lally, Mrs. L. Pagano, Mrs. D. Sedat.
Seward Row: Mr. F. Engel, Mr. S. Casbarra, Mr. V. Dulko,
Mr. B. Wallis, Mr. L. Walsh, Mr. S. J. Granato, Mr. A.
Honig, Mr. E. Tutak.
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RAYMOND ABRUZZI-Ray-l755 Belmont Ave., NHP, Un-
decided, Rifle Club, Le Cercle Francais, PA Club, Jr. Red
Cross, Hall Squad, Student Council, Radio Club.
ANTHONY AGOSTA-Tony-34 Heather l.a., NHP, Unde-
cided, V, JV Football, V lacrosse, Froslgrack, Chef's Club,
Jr., , Sr - oardsxa
CHARLES ALLIO-Charlie-21 Durham Rd., NHP, Engineer,
JV, V Trac , V Football, Student Council, Delta Sigma
Hi-Y, V Bas etball, Audio Vi al Squad, Key Club, Kon- N
Kordia L'Or amme
BARBAR DERSON-Babb' l4l5 Lowell Ave.,
Teacher, eerleaders Chariot D ta Gamma -
Utopia F Ecclesia, m, Societ atinas, S ft all
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ORGE ARCULEO l53l P d., tor, Visual
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I'1F1?1I Morgan and Vinny Kreyling ufilfa bazzdr
ibut were rteady.
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X DONALD ANDERSON-Don-54 Plymouth S , , Air
Force, Frosh Board, V Bask tba
LINDA ANDERSON-38 Oak DK-1, NHP, d , ntramural
AN-Don-31 ' I.a., NHP, Chemical
ey Club, Omega Chi Hi-Y, Band, Totem, Pho-
LUCILLE BALZARINI-504 Cherry La., NHP, Retailing, Cho-
rus, Retailing Club, Softball, Tennis, Coalition, Ecclesia,
Library Club, Le Cercle Francais.
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JEAN DARTKOWSKI-30 .nh Ave., ocv, secretary, Boosters
Club, GSL, library Club, Chorus, Tennis, Basketball, Eta
Tau Hi-Y, Softball.
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ROSEMARIE BOADO-1520 Falmouth Ave. NHP fecre-1. R
tary Chariot Modern Dancing. 1 ,V
SANDRA BOLDT-Sandy-l32 N. lllh Sf. NHP Typbfa
Slude Council, ln ramural Sports Le Cercle Franeaisj'
Totem Cheerl drs Chariot Library Club Konkordia-
ammo Hi-Y GSL.
.RIC B ACUM--Dick-23 Cellar Ave., NHP, Eleclrical
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Technician, Accordion Club, Sporls Club.
W ERTRUDE BOSCH-Trudy-56 Syl ' J., NHP, Secrelary,
Honor Sociely, GSL, udenl nc'l, cclesia, Chariot,
FHA, Elcl Tau i-Y, lleyb , n Dancing, Der
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DOROTHY BASSON- ollie-27 Pilgrim Sl., N P, Secretary,
JV Glee Club, Las Chicos, FHA, Era Tau Hi- , Volleyball,
BELDY-Lorrie-1764 NHP Rd.
Francais, JV Glee Club, Library Club, Chorus,
Choir, Bowling, GSL.
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MARYLITQ' BIERBAUM-15 Sigur? Ave., NHP, Teacher, Um,
L'Ori6amrile, V Glee Club, AH: en, Artisans, Aslronomy f
C"'b,,T0v'g"'f Tennis' WW Gamma HW' JV Clwms' Are the girlr in our dan wilb the lozfelieft hail
MARGARET BLAIKIE-Margie-19 Wlnlhrap Sl., NHP, Sec- ,
refary, Le Cercle Francais, Riding Club, Tennis, Jr. Red
. Cross, JV, V Glee Club, Totem, Della Gamma Hi-Y, GSL,
ANTHONY CHRISTON Tony i530 Park Ave NHP Sci
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EILEEN COMMINS-527 Maple Dr. W., NHP, Teacher,
Sports Club, Jr., Sr, Boards, Astronomy Club, Le Cercle
Francais, Math Circle, Basketball, Volleyball.
PATRICK COMMINS-Muscles-527 Maple Dr. W., NHP,
Physical Educaiion Teacher, Hall Squad, intramural Sports,
Weight Lifting Club.
ALICE BROWN-970 N. 4th St., NHP, Secretary, Jr. Sr.
Boards, los Jovenes, Chariot, Volleyball, Modern Dancing.
FLORA BROWN-34 Dallas Ave., NHP, Liberal Arls, Stu-
dent Council, Le Cercle Francois, Math Circle, Riding Club,
Delta Gamma Hi-Y, GSL.
JOAN ONWAY-l6l6 iwell
Zeta Rho Hr ,
CAROL BUNOWSKI-50 Old Stewart Ave., GCP, Secl
Scenici Players, Le Cercle Francais.
ARLINE CARLSEN-99 2nd St., GCP, Secretary, Scenici
Players, Chariot, Student Council, JV Glee Club, Chorus,
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VERA CHAPLIN-I2 Tulip La., NHP, Undecided, Della '
Gamma Hi-Y, Artisans, Le Cercle Francais, JV Glee Club,
Astronomy Club, Utopian, Ecclesia.
LOUISE CHARTRAND-59 Beechwood La., NHP, BiofChemist,
Zeta Rho Hi-Y, Totem, FTA, Scenici Players, Le Cercle
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CAROL COOK-3l S. '7th St.. NHP, Typist, Library Club.
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PATRICIA CRAGER-Pat-532 N. 5th St., NHP, Secretary,
GSL, Basketball, Bowling.
MARIANNE DEGIACOMO-Jo-Jo-1766 Jasmine Ave., NHP,
Nurse, Retailing Club, Soprts Club, Totem, Chorus, Basket-
ball, Softball, Bowling, Ecclesia, Coalition.
MARILYN DESIDERIO-Desi -V 35 Evergreen Ave., NHP,
Secretary, Student Council, Scenici Players, Artisans.
GEORGE DIEM-5'l Aberdeen Rd., NHP, Aeronautical En-
gineer, Chefs' Club.
RAYMOND DEKOV-Ray-68 Maple Dr., NHP, Engineer,
Chefs' Club, Sports Club, Los Chicos.
TERENCE DILLON-Terry-l28 N. 7th St., NHP, Unde-
cided, Omega Chi Hi-Y, Chefs' Club, V Football, V Bas-
ketball, V Track.
STEPHEN DODGE-Steve-42 Nugent St., NHP, Evgineer,
Sr. Boa Q, Chariot, Camera Club, Ecclesfa, Omega Chi
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' mme ooennsu- 415 Park Ave., NHP, Nurse, FHA,
Totem, FNA, Ecclesio.
WARREN DORIS-120 N. l0th Sl., NHP, Electrician, Sports
Club, Chess and Checker Club, Phy-Chem-Bios.
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Arlene and Tom ufbellyer lbe diflrmce rr
Alzvayf were ready with rl big, wide mzile.
DONNA ORRMANN-1617 Jasmine Ave., NHP, Laboratory
Technician, Leader Corps, JV Chorus, Basketball, GSL,
Sports Club, Zeta Rho Hi-Y, Ecclesio.
RICHARD DORSCH-l043 N. 4th St., NHP, Navy, lntramural
VINCENT DOYLE-15 Carole Ave., NHP, Service, Chorus.
EMILY DZIOMBA-Sugar-2136 Jericho Tpke., NHP, Sec-
retary, Booster Club, Totem, Jr. Red Cross, Scenici Players,
GSL, Student Council, Photography Club.
JOHN EWALD-89 Durham Rd., NHP, Business Administra-
tion, Key Club, Photography Club, Delta Sigma Hi-Y,
GAIL EDWARDS-2 Baxter Ave., NHP, Secretary, JV, V
Glee Club, Le Cercle Francais, Student Council, Della
Gamma Hi-Y, FHA, Riding Club.
KARIN ETTEL-908 NHP Rd., NHP, Undecided, Leader
Corps, JV Chorus, Basketball, Swimming, Zeta Rho Hi-Y,
Ecclesia, Charleston Line, GSL, Sports Club.
THoMAs FAzlo-Tom-211 while Ave., NHP, Engineer
Delta Sigma Hi-Y, Chefs' Club, Intramurals, Dance Band
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Allie, 111.11111 and Arne are any nf fbe lap,
llnbezz it mme to mzzfif Ibey were Ike cream of
lb? CVUP. X JANET FERRIS-2 Hilton Ave., GCP, Undecided, Coalition,
Scenici Players, Jr. Red Cross, The Lensmen, Retailing Club.
GERALD FORTSCH-Jerry-l026 N. 2nd St., NHP, Com-
mercial Field, Wrestling, Weight-lifting Club, Artisans, Hall
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JOHN FOSTER-79 Park Ave., GCP,
sonians, Aquarium Club, Key Club GI eNCIub
PATRICIA FRIGGIONE-Pat-I6 Ashland Ave., NHP, Sec'
retary, Jr. Board, V Glee Club, Choir, Delta Gamma Hi-Y
Bowling, Le Cercle Francais, Library Club, Archery Club
KENNETH GERRETY-Kenny-305 White Ave., NHP, Un
decided, Student Council, Jr. Board, Omega Chi Hi-Y,
Chefs' Club, L'Oriflamme, Key Club.
JERRY GLASSMAN-5l4 N. llth St., NHP, Draftsman
Omega Chi HiAY, Chefs' Club, Tennis.
JANICE GOLD-Jan-916 N. 7th St., NHP, Secretary
Intramural Sports, FHA, Scenici Players.
BARBARA FOX-Barbi-IOO 6th St., GCP, Dramafics, Se-
wanateens, Los Chicos, Chariot, Scenici Players.
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LIN eN-23 seep an Ave., NHP, Medical sem- gueffed,
Beta Hi-Y, Student Council, GSL, Societas latinas, ,
PNA, Tgfeml lnffqmufai sports, Frqgh Board, Regmdlexf of ormsmn were alwayy well-dreued.
HELAINE FREUNDLICH-923 N. Ist St., NHP, Medical Ste-
nographer, Scenici Players, Le Cercle Francais, Bowling,
Intramural Sports, Math Club.
JOSEPH HERGENHAN-Joeyfi Paul Ave., NHP, Coast Guard,
Photography Club, Choir, Audio Visual Squad.
JOAN HE G l54 No. ll S . NHP, Typitl, GSI., FHA,
t f Glee Club, ' e ary Club.
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lr flu' t'l'6"I'-flllfllllll' Cbvfl' Club, rrbww lbcfy lnrc' V,
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MADELINE HINGULAR-Maddy-36 Beechwood La., NHP,
Stenographer, Lance, Delta Gamma Hi-Y, Ecclesia, Library
Club, Tuocs Co-Y, los Chicos, Totem, V Glee Club, Student
JOHN GRILLER-Jack-34 Durham Rd., NHP, Photographer,
Brooksanians, Astronomy Club, Camera Club, Chefs' Club,
Konkordia, Council Force.
NANCY GROTE-Smiley-28 Garden Co t, NHP, Secr ry,
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Cy N HRSC 5ll N. 6th ., NHP Medic Secre-
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WALTER GRUND-4 Carole Ave., NHP, Undecided, Omega
Chi Hi-Y, Photography Club, Totem.
DAVID GRUNER-Dave-62 Maple Dr., NHP, Undecided,
CAROL HAMMER-47 Winthrop St., NHP, Secretary, Usher-
ettees, JV Glee Club, GSL, Eta Tau Hi-Y, Ecclesia.
ENNETH HASENMEYER-Ken-I5 Mapleleaf La., NHP,
Electrician, los Chicos.
ROBERT HNIS Bob 73 Paul Ave., NHP, Airline Pilot,
Aquarium Club, Chefs' Club, Phy-Chem-Bios, Sports Club,
.lla We wager . . .
Barbara Andermrz anal Marianne Sriallo were al-
ufayr ful! of zefl,
CQRIN GIN' I3 Falmouth Ave., NHP, Nurse,
Rudi b, Jr. Cross, Sports Club, Bowling, Eta Tau
Hi-Y, e 'Corps.
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ROCHELLE HYMOWITZ-Shelly-93 Evans Sl., NHP, Diplo-
mac , Jr. Board Los Chicos Leader Corps, Artisans Totem,
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GSL, Utopian, Intramural Sports, Zeta Rho Hi-Y.
PHILIP INSANA--Phil-l Brisbane St., NHP, Art, Chefs'
LINDA HYLAND-618 Wayne Ave., NHP, Public Relations,
PAULA JAEP-9l3 N. 2nd St., NHP, Airline Stewarcless.
Honor Society, V Cheerleaders, Jr. Board, JV, V Glee Club,
Scenici Players, Usherettes, Eta Tau Hi-Y, Los Chicos, CAP,
GSL, Modern Dancing, Jr. Red Cross.
ELAINE KELLEY-Kell-612 White Ave., NHP, Psychologist,
Lance, Delta Gamma Hi-Y, FTA, Ecclesia, GSL, Le Cercle
Francais, V Glee Club, Utopian, Tuocs Co-Y, Tennis, JV
Glee Club, Student Council.
EUGENE KELLY-Gene-48 Williams St., NHP, Undecided,
Weight Lifting Club.
GERARD KENNEDY-Kens-l07 Cellar Ave., NHP, Air
Force, Artisans, Delta Sigma Hi-Y.
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KATHLEEN KIEFER-14 Maple Dr., NHP, Librarian, Library
Club, Los Chicos, FHA, Chess and Checker Club, lance,
Eta Tau Hi-Y, Honor Society.
JOHN KOSCIUK-Jack-1000 N. 2nd St., NHP, Engineer,
Key Club, Sports Club, L'Oriflamme, Societas Latinas, Phy-
VIRGINIA KRAUSE-Ginny-'ll Hoffman Rd., NHP, Secre-
tary, Zeta Rho Hi-Y, GSI., Ecclesia.
VINCENT KREYLING-Vinny-935 Hillside Blvd., NHP, En-
gineer, Omega Chi Hi-Y, Lance, Totem, Los Chicos, library
Club, Photography Club, Student Council, Key Club, Ec-
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VIRGINIA LANG-Ginny-I66 Cellar Ave., NHP, Unde-
cided, Sr. Board, Library Club, Delta Gamma Hi-Y, Eonacs
Co-Y, Los Chicos, Student Council, Frosh Board, JV Glee
' ...-1 CAROL KUBIK-606 Brooklyn Ave., NHP, Secretary, GSL,
Fa' FHA, Bowling.
I' RICHARD LACEY-Richie-146 Kamen Blvd., NHP, Unde'
'Q cided, Jr. Board, Artisans.
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BARBARA LAU 22 illo d., N P,
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JUDITH LIOTTA-Judy-520 Maple Dr. ., NHP, Secretary,
Twirlers, FHA, Los Chicos, Leader Corps, JV Glee Club,
GSL, GAA, Ecclessia.
ELAINE LOBE-Cookie-521 Hillside Blvd., NHP, Secretary,
Scenici Players, Bowling, lntramural Sports.
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AUGUSTUS LONGABARDI-Gus-30 5th Ave., GCP, Arr
Teacher, Jr., Sr. Boards, Chariot, Artisans, Chieftain, Akah-
nawes, Delta Sigma Hi-Y, Student Council, Artsmen, Kon-
kordia Charleston Line, Choir.
LOIS LUDIN-17 Kamda Blvd., NHP, Airline Hostess,
Usherettes, V Cheerleaders, Sr. Quintet, Leader Corps, GSL,
Choir, Delta Gamma Hi-Y, Student Council, Eonacs.
CAROL LEAVY-l0 Pinewood La., NHP, lndustriol Secretary,
Honor Society, Frosh, Soph Boards, Tuocs Co-Y, Co-Y Area
Council, GAA, Election Commissioner, Intramural Sports,
Zeta Rho Hi-Y, Lance, Student Council, V Glee Club.
SANDRA MACOY-Sandy-66 Maple Dr., NHP, Home Eco-
nomics Teacher, Lance, FHA, Zeta Rho Hi-Y, Konkordia,
FTA, Usherettes, Home Economics Club, Societas Latinas, Jr.
Red Cross, Sewanateens, Totem, Coalition.
MAGNUS MADSEN-Steve-1649 Hillside Ct., NHP, Air
Force, Chefs' Club, FFA.
ANTHONY LEONE-Tony-571 Hillside Blvd., NHP, Unde-
JOANN LICATA-Jo-1628 Falmouth Ave., NHP, Teacher,
Honor Society, Chariot, V Choir, Ko kordio Le ,Cercle
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Pat While and Fred Maxey were ture an Zlze go,
Wberz it mme to Student Council they were always
in lfae know.
GLENN LIESTOL-419 McNulty Pl., NHP r , ' ot g-
raphy Club, Key Club, Future Scienti , ports Club,
.,lL..f MA orgef . .
Marcella and Sandy with fl .flrlzt and rr yell,
Wferc' at all the gfmlcf as we !llZt'!Ijl.l' maid fell.
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FRED MAXEY-l04 N. 7th St., NHP, Chemistry, Honor
Society, Student Council, Track, Frosh, Jr. Board, Key
Club, Band, Delta Sigma Hi-Y, Ecclesia, Dance Band,
Charleston Line, Jr. Quintet, Der Deutsche Verein, Cross
MARLENE MAYSTRIK-Marl-7 Corwin Ave., NHP, Lawyer
Honor Society, FTA, Zeta Rho Hi-Y, lance, Ecclesio, GAA
Student Council, GSL, Boosters, Utopian, Chariot, Totem,
Scenici Players, Math Circle, Der Deutsche Verein, Tuocs
Co-Y, JV, V Glee Club, Debating Club.
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IRENE MAJEWSKI-605 N. lst St., NHP, Secretary, So-
cietas Latinas, JV Gleo Club, Scenici Players, Tennis,
Bowling, Zeta Rho Hi-Y.
WILMA MALONE-405 Brown Pl., NHP, Sl1ip's Stewardess,
Der Deutsche Verein, Riding Club, GSL.
ELIZABETH MILLER-Liz-9l9 N. 5th St., NHP, Undecided
Piano Club, Delta Gamma Hi-Y, Library Club.
MEREDITH MARAKOWSKI-Merry-1612 Jericho Tpke.,
NHP, Secretary, Retailing Club, Scenici Players.
ANGELA MARINO-Angie-46 Old Stewart Ave., NHP,
Secretary, Los Chicos, Volleyball, Intramural Sports.
ALEX MARTIN-Aiax-8 5th Ave., GCP, Undecided, As-
tronomy Club, Intramural Sports, Totem.
BARBARA MASON-Bobbi-1738 Belmont Ave., NHP, Sec-
retary, GSL, Bowling, V Glee Club, Choir, Los Chicos.
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VINCENT MILO-Vinny-4 Covert Ave., NHP, Retailing,
Ecclesna, Student Council, Key Club, Omega Chi Hi-Y, JV
Football, Retailing Club, Hall Squad.
LINDA MOHL-Lin-35 Corwin Ave., NHP, Physical Educa-
tion Teacher, Sports Club, Library Club, lntramural Sports,
Artisans, Tennis Club.
LOIS MOONEY-65l 6th Ave., NHP, Nurse, Los Chicos,
Camera Club, V Glee Club, Band, Zeta Rho Hi-Y.
RICHARD MURPHY-Richie-ll4 Primrose Dr., NHP, Lawyer,
Chefs' Club, JV, V Football, V Baseball, JV, V Track,
Visual Aid Squad, Jr. Board, Societas Latins, Boys' Hall
Squad, JV Basketball, Delta Sigma Hi-Y.
MARILYN NAPOLITANO-27 Kingston St., NHP, Secretary
Glee Club, Zeta Rho Hi-Y.
MORGAN-l0 Maple Dr. W., NHP, Undecided,
Photography Club, Eta Tau Hi-Y, V Glee Club,
Los Chicos, Ecclesia.
JOAN NATALIE-l4l9 Park Ave., NHP, Fashion Designer,
Soph, Jr., Sr. Boards, Chariot, V Choir, Artsmen, Math
Circle, JV, V Glee Club, Charleston Line, Ecclesia, Student
Council, Leader Corps, PowWow Co-Y, Intramural Sports,
Le Cercle Francais, Chieftain, Coalition, Honor Society.
KENNETH NEITZEL-Ken-l48 N. 5th St., NHP, Undecided,
Los Chicos, Intramural Sports, Ecclesia.
CAROL NELSON-l722 Park Ave., NHP, Teacher, Choir,
Eta Tau Hi-Y, lance, FTA, Chariot, V Glee Club, Bowling,
Usherettes, Softball, Student Council, Math Circle, Ec-
clesia, Hi-Y Area Council, GSL, Le Cercle Francais.
THOMAS NICHOLS-Tom-401 Brown PI., NHP, Undecided,
Sports Club, V Football, V Basketball, Delta Sigma Hi-Y
Intramural Sports, JV, Frosh Baseball, Utopian.
C-Chai 'lfll orgef . . .
Test tube and acids, john Farrar war there,
Hd: our mad Jcieizfifl wiifa none to compare.
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ELSIE NILSEN-2l9 Kamda Blvd., NHP, Teacher, Band,
Le Cercle Francais, FTA, Eta Tau Hi-Y, Soph Board, Lance,
GSL, Honor Society.
DOMINIC NUZZI-Don-100 C v Ave., NHP, Business
Administration, Fro Foo ball, rosh Lacrosse, Retailing
MAN- 6 Broadway, NHP, Undecided, Key
lu f la Sigm, Hi'Y, Phy-Chem-Bios, Sports Club, Rifle
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- kevlle Rd., NHP, Dancer, L-
lub, Riding e Cercle Francais, Zeta Rho Hi-Y,
cemcu layers, tu t Council, Ecclesia, Honor Society.
MARCELLA OLIVE-Marcia-Al Hoffman Rd., NHP, Nurse,
Twirlers, FNA, Ecclesia, Jr. Board, Student Council, GAA,
Charleston Line, Eta Tau Hi-Y, GSL, Eonacs Co-Y.
EDWARD O'BRlEN-O'B-8 Sperry Ct., NHP, Air Force,
A OLKULSKI Bobbi llO S. Bth St., NHP, Secre
ry, Eta Tau Hi-Y, GSL, Chariot, JV Glee Club, FHA.
GERALDINE ONE e 30 dn Ave., G P,
Teac r, t a i , FT , FHA,. nt Council, U
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STANLEY PACE-Stan-1919 NHP Rd., NHP, Engineer,
Sports Club, Chefs' Club, Delta Sigma Hi-Y, Intramural
Sports, JV Glee Club.
ALAN PALOSCIK-Al-53 Wilton St., NHP, Lawyer, Jr.
Board, Chefs' Club, Key Club, Delta Sigma Hi-Y, Phy-Chem-
Bios, lntramu I Sports Societas Latinas, Council Forc .
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A "1 .u '. Lif' decided, V Cheerleaders, Student Council, Delta Gamma
J: 'V 'f VJ'-1. Q 4,0 Hi-Y, GSL, Sewanateens, Purple Quill, Choir, Chariot, Le
5 QNX, ,Jn Cercle Francais, FNA.
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' 45 fi 4. 'JI MADELINE PODGORSKI-Maddy-84 Dennis St., GCP, Sec-
L , K f ff' 5g15ry7'GSL, Boosters Club, Accordion Club, Library Club,
,I 44,0 7' LJ fl, LL" Eta Tau Hi-Y.
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THEODORA POLITO-Teddy-46 Evergreen Ave., NHP, Un-
decided, Student Council, Konkordia, Eta Tau Hi-Y, Se-
wanateens, Jr. Red Cross, Las Chicos, Library Club, Utopian,
BARBARA PORR-1648 Broadway, NHP, Undecided, Delta
Gamma Hi-Y Student Council, Chariot, Ecclesia, PawWow
Co-Y, Sewanateens, Coalition, Purple Quill, Honor Society.
CHIARA PALUMBO-70 3rd Ave., GCP, Bookkeeper, V
Cheerleaders, Basketball, Volleyball, Softball, FNA, GAA,
Tennis, Boosters, Library Club, Soccer, Hockey.
PATRICIA QUINN-Fat-19 Maple Dr., NPH, Artist, Honor
Society, Tuocs Co-Y, Eta Tau Hi-Y, Riding Club, Artsmen,
Artisans, Totem, Lance, GSL, Chess and Checkers Club.
HAROLD RABINOWITZ-Heshy-lOl lngraham La., NHP,
Architect, Delta Sigma Hi-Y, V Football, Chefs' Club, Kan-
kordia, Student Council.
DONALD PAPSCUN--Don-157 Gerard Aye., NHP, Unde-
cided, Omega Chi Hi-Y, Baseball, Basketball, Hall Squad,
Sports Club, Library Club.
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RAYMOND PICCINI-Ray-553 N. l2th si., NHP, Account- Linda and Paz with fl dub bei-e and zbere,
ant, Co-Y, Societas Latinas.
LOIS ANN PETERSON Lo 183 Kamda Blvd., NHP, Nurse,
Student Council, Delta Gamma Hi-Y, FNA, GSL, Math Club,
Le Cercle Francais, Ecclesia, Usherettes.
Could turn out a picture wiih none to compare
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Of Klrriu, Corinne and Richie if ix .mfe In my,
llmbwz il frmzw' In ,rjmrn c'z'w'y grime Ibcy mu play.
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ANITA RIDG'VVEl.L-l9 2nd Ave., GCP, Secre:ary, Los
. if Chicos, GSL, FHA, Totem. .
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ANN RIOLO-35 Kingston St., NHP, Secretary, Jr., Sr.
Boards, Eta Tau Hi-Y, JV, V Glee Club, Library Club, Los
SARA ROSS-5l4 White Ave., NHP, Teacher, Los
Delta Gamma Hi-Y, Totem, FHA, FTA.
MARIANNE RADIMER-Gina-l5 Winthrop St., NHP, Sec-
retary, Usherettes, GSL.
MARCIA RAIZMAN-Stormy-1402 Lincoln Ave., NHP,
Physical Therapist, Jr. Red Cross, Los Chicos, Bowling, Zeta
Rho Hi'Y, Modern Dancing, Ecclesia, Scenici Players, Chariot,
JV Glee Club.
KAREN ROBERSON-Katie-541 Hillside Blvd.,
Teacher, V Cheerleaders, Sceneci Players, Los Chicos, Ush-
erettes, GAA, GSL, Intramural Sports, Totem, Chieftain.
MARY ANNE REINECKE-13 Dallas Ave., NHP, Stervog'
rapher, Usherette, Leaders Club, Service to Teachers, G. O. 3
Rep., Minor Service Pin.
DOLORES REIS-DeDe-113 N. lst St., NHP, Nurse, I
PNA, FHA, GSL, Library Club. ,
MARIE REISS-32 Tulip La., NHP, Teacher, Honor Society,
Twirlers, Leader Corps, Student Council, Lance, Intramural
Sports, Ecclesia, Jr. Quintet, Eonacs, Charleston Line, Der
ROBERT RESCH-Bob-453 Leonard Blvd., NHP, Undecided,
Der Deutsche Verein, Omega Chi Hi-Y, Ecclesia, Student
. fy, ,fm
RUTH RUECKER-Ruthie-513 Lowell Ave., NHP, Airline
Hostess, JV, V Cheerleaders, Intramural Sports, Scenlci
Players, Usherettes, Totem, Student Council, GAA, Ecclesia,
Der Deutsche Verein.
BARBARA SAMSON-Bobbie-6 S. 17th St., NHP, Tele-
phone Operotor, Sewanateens, Chariot, Totem, Library Club,
Jr. Red Cross.
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Il if useless for Shelly I0 mich up lo Ray.
MARILYN SANDS-Lyn-3 Terrace Blvd., NHP, Secretary,
Library Club, V Glee Club Tennis Club, Chariot, Totem,
NEIL SCHAUL-1533 Belmont Ave., NHP, Science, V Bas-
ketball, Omega Chi Hi-Y, Chefs' Club, Le Cercle Francais,
Intramural Sports, Student United, JV Tennis, Konkordia.
ARLENE SCHOLER-'I7 Willow Rd., NHP, Teacher, Honor
Society, Lance, Student Council, Zeta Rho Hi-Y, Ecclesio,
Chariot, FTA, Math Club, Der Deutsche Verein, Utopian,
WARREN SAUTER-4 Corwin Ave., NHP, Clerical Worker,
Der Deutsche Verein, Band, Chefs' Club, Student Council,
Delta Sigma Hi-Y, Intramural Sports, Key Club.
JOAN SCHROEDER-1625 Imperial Ave., NHP, Secretary,
Leader Corps, Basketball, Der Deutsche Verein, Sports
' MARY ANN SCIALLO-Mickie-949 N. 6th St., NHP,
. Nurse, Student Council, Lance, Los Chicos, Chariot, GSL,
4b Etc Tau Hi-Y, Scenici Players, Ecclesia, FNA, FHA, Senior
' Z LINDA SEAWOOD-Babydoll-100 Maple Dr., NHP, Un-
' U decided, Scenici Players, Jr. Red Cross, Jr., Sr. Boards,
l , 6 GSL, Era Tau Hi-Y.
OLE SEPP-1768 NHP Rd., NHP, Undecided, Le Cercle
Francais, Zeta Rho Hi-Y, V Chorus, Library Club, Student
Council, Artisans, Ecclesia, Bowling.
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Elaine, Teddy, Vinnie, Charlie and Carol, all
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SANDRA SIEDLEWICZ-Sandy-49 Marcus Ave., GCP, Sec-
retary, Riding Club, FHA, Jr. Red Cros.
ARTHUR SJOGREN-Artie-959 Hillside Blvd., NHP, Unde-
cided, Akahnawes, Jr., Sr. Boards, Jr., Sr. Quinfets,
Coalition, Dance Band, Chefs' Club, Student Council, Delta
Sigma Hi-Y, Aeons, Choir, Football Manager, Le Cercle
VERONICA STAMM-Roni-948 N. 5th St., NHP, Unde-
cided, Chorus, FTA, FHA, Chariot, Scenici Players, Ecclesia.
RONALD STANLEY-Stan-I65 Nassau Blvd., GCP, Unde-
cided, Honor Society, Chess and Checkers Club.
NORMA TESE-26 7th St., Secretary, Intramural
JUDITH STONE-Judy-909 N. 7th St., NHP, Secretary,
V Glee Club, Chorus.
ROBERT SUNDMAKER-Bob-6 S. 12th St., NHP, Unde-
cided, Chefs' Club.
JEAN THOMAS--147 N. 5th St., NHP, Secretary,
Glee Club, GSL, Le Cercle Francais, V Choir.
JOHN TIETJEN-I5 Yale Blvd., NHP, Undecided, Intramural
STEPHEN TRACHTENBERG Steve 40 Brisbane St
- - ., NHP,
Accountant, Honor Society, V Football, Basketball, JV, V,
Track, JV Tennis, Student Council, Konkordia, Delta
Hi-Y, Key Club, Charleston Line, l.e Cercle Francais,
Chariot, Soph Board.
SARINA VELTRE-Sandy-950 Cherry La., NHP, Secretary,
GSL, Modern Dancing.
LINDA VI VONA-Lyn-I0 Surrey Rd., NHP, Artist-
Designer, Honor Society, Lance, Artsmen, Artisans, V Glee
Club, Zeta Rho Hi-Y, Math Circle, Student Council, Los
Chicos, Softball, Sewanateens, Jr. Red Cross, Dance Band,
RICHARD WADE-Dick-411 White Ave., NHP, Airline
Executive, Socielas Latinas, CAP, Konkordia, Student Coun-
cil, Key Club, Chariot, Omega Chi Hi-Y, V Chorus.
BARBARA WAGNER-Bobbie lOl2 N. 2nd St., NHP,
Teacher, Honor Society, Lance, Election Commissioner, Zeta
Rho Hi-Y, Astronomy Club, Student Council, Choir, V Glee
Club, Tuocs Co-Y, Los Chicos, Coalition.
MAUREEN TRACY-Tracy-46 Jefferson St,, NHP, Nurse,
Student Council, FTA, FHA, Library Club, Glee Club, FNA.
DAVID WATSON-Dave-558 N. lst St., NHP, Undecided,
Akahnawes, Choir, Aeons, Tennis, Student Council, Le
Cercle Francais, Della Sigma Hi-Y, Chefs' Club, Konkordia.
LYNNE WEBSTER-574 N. 6th St., NHP, Dancing, Leader
Corps, GSL, Jr. Red Cross, GAA, Intramural Sports, Delta
Gamma Hi-Y, Band, Chariot.
BRUNO TUCCI-I60l Terrace Blvd., Undecided, Band, Hall
Squad, Societcls Latina.
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Friendly and gay were Marie Reiss and Ken
mums ULRICH-Cissy--404 Mmuny Pl., NHP, sem-fury, Ge"l'ff5'f
le Cycle F'c"'C"l5' PhY'Cl'e""BloS' CQ"'e"' Club' For they are Ike onef with the bert perxonaliiy.
WILLIAM ULRICH Bill 404 McNulty PI., NHP, Guitar
Player, JV Baseball.
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GEORGE WEIDMAN-Slim-l33 Lawrence St., NHP, Mor-
tician, Der Deutsche Verein, Societas Latinas, Brooksonians,
Astronomy Club, Camera Club, Scenici Players, Glee Club,
BARBARA WlLLlAMS-Bobs-40 S. lbth St., Nurse, GSL,
KATHLEEN WITHERS-Kathy-52 Orchid La., NHP, Airline
Stewardess, Los Chicos, GSL, Retailing Club.
NATALIE WEISS-Nat-809 Terrace Blvd., NHP, Undecided,
Artisans, FHA, Glee Club.
PETER WEIS5-Pete-1067 N. 7th St., NHP, Undecided,
Lu Cercle Franca.s, Frosh Track, Soph Cross Country,
Chefs' Club, Phy-Chem-Bios.
JUDITH WOBBE-Judy--I4 Birch La., NHP, Tea
Band, GSL, FTA, Le Cercle Francais.
EDITH WEISSKIRCHEN-Edie-30 Durham Rd., NHP, Teacher,
Intramural Sports, Chess and Checker Club, Glee Club,
FHA, Der Deutsche Verein,
ANITA WERDEN-47 Hillside la., NHP, Teacher, Los
Chicos, GSL, Library Club, FTA, Presidents Club, FHA,
Delta Gamma Hi-Y, Students United, Astronomy Club, Boost-
ers, Ecclesia, Bowling, History Honor Society.
JUDITH WESTON-Judy-80 Kamdo Blvd., NHP, Quality
Control Inspector, .IV Glee Club, Modern Dancing, Scenici
Players, Choir, FTA.
PATRICIA WHITE-Pat-9 Birch La., NHP, Nurse, Honor
Society, Lance, Twirlers, Student Council, Zeta Rho Hi-Y,
Charleston Line, JV, V Gleo Club, Konkordia, Totem,
Usherettes, Soph Board, FHA, Sewanateens, Student United,
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Q ANNETTE ZAMBITO-12 S 3 St., NHP, Secretary, Le 15 9.1
, " Cercle Francais, Eta-Tau Hi-Y, GSL, FHA, Chariot. ,V J
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CHRISTINE ZYBALA-Chris-905 N 5 Sr., NHP, 1 u l
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' .H I LIND ZEIGLER-9 Wilton St., NHP, Secretary, Library
A 'L ,,, . I , ports Club,Z ta o Hi-Y, FHA,Modern Dancing,
2 1 amural Sports.
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On November 21, 1957, the -student
body of New Hyde Park Memorial High
School was saddened to learn of the sudden
passing of Nancye Ann Lella.
Nancye Ann was born on March 2, 1941
in Hollis. She was a Senior at Memorial at
the timeof her death. Nancye Ann was a
member of the Chariot, FTA, and the Scenici
NANCYE ANN LELLA- March 2, 1941-November 21
SENIOR BOARD-Frfmf Rauf, leff 10 rigbzx August Longabardi CTreas.D, Stephen ' if-ie . '
an 4 ,
Dodge CV, Pres.j, joan Natalie CPres.D, Mr. Louis Anastasio CAdvisorD, Virginia '
Lang CRCC. Sec.D, Arthur Sjogren CStu, Council Repj.Semn:lR011'.' Nancy Grote,
Patricia Friggione, Carolyn XWonclergem, Linda Seawood, Paula jaep, Eileen
Cummins. Third Iiffzwp Geraldine Ottone, Richard Wade, Alice Brown, Carl
Nyman, Ann Riolo, Philip Insana,
Order! Order! calls joan Natalie, our class president.
The Senior Board meeting is now open.
Under the careful guidance of Mr. Louis Anastasio, our
Senior Board has been responsible for making the class of
'58 a pathfinder to guide the classes of the future.
Achievements credited to the class are a wonderful
junior Prom, "Three Coins in a Fountainng the Senior
tx 'l Adzfiror
Winter Dance, "February Mist"g the Senior Class Tea,
the Senior Play, "The Man Who Came to Dinner"g and
the Senior Ball in the Stewart Manor Country Club. The
Senior Board is consulted about arrangements for Gradua-
tion Day and, of course, the suggestions made by the
Senior Board become part of Memoria1's tradition.
President Vire President Tfedflf,-gf
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E461 Correrpozzding Secfelary Szudenl Council Reprefentalirfe
' .img Wink ,d 1
judge Marrux Chrifl rnoderaief af 6 Jeniorx parti- Min Honzan'J rnuxie Jtudentf axh Warren Sauter,
ezpafe in :he d1,rruJ.rion "What Jhould we expect of Jludenl zeaeher, quefzzonf.
high Jfhool .reniorJ?"
fohn Ewald hai hix head rneaiured for hi:
,541 fgiqgq, iff
Boh Reieh and Rirhie Murphy audition for Senior
Play, "The Man Who Came Io Dinner."
The Senior Clan if very proud of the hlue
fapf and gownf.
Senior! keep lhe tirhef hoofh hufy a few dayf
before a haihefhall game.
Eileen Cornnzinf payf her due! lo Senior Clan
Treafurer, Guf Longahardi.
Mr. Brenner aniflf Helen Morgan in
rhooxing a eollege fatalog.
Mr. MrCleery introdueef lhe magazine Jale to
Senior Clan az an anernhly.
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Versatile and politically minded, Ken Gerrety is our
Senior Hjupiterf' Ken is the vice-president of Student
Council, was president of his class during the junior
year, and is an active member of Key Club, French Club,
Omega Chi Hi-Y, and Ecclesia. Ken is also president of
his Walther League.
Ken's ambition is to become a radio announcer and
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Artistic, athletic, and politically minded is our pretty
Senior "Juno" joan is an active member of Ecclesia and
is President of the Senior Class. She participates in intra-
mural sports and activities of Choir, Leader Corps,
Honor Society, and Student Council. She is also the Art
Editor of the Chariot and is treasurer of junior Civics
joan's future plans include college and a career in
fashion designing. P191
Loi.: Liidiu and Claarler Allin, fbe King
and Queen of flu' junior Profil, divplay
flufii' royal lmilr.
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E 1. ,jfw 1 W dzlfefif an Ike night alzvayf to be remem-
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Pal Friggioize, Gail Edwardx, Maureen
Trigg' and e,umrI.r lake a brealber ufiflf the
rev! of fbe mzilliler.
In a ountain
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Ibe Prem, and Angela Pamel-
aqua ind Jomellfing 1'6?7jld77ZIlJ'-
The radiant fozzplei dame
among 1lJe ftarf.
The girlf poye prellily beneath
Mr. and Mrf. Lever Springer and Mr. and
.Mm john Randolplo lake lime out 10
admire the founiain.
Cbarlef Allio and Loi! Ludin
lead the grand Marek, climax-
ing an enclianling evening.
The ehaperonef were Very proud of the
Everyone enjoyed the lorely
foice of Miff Marion Don-
Arlene Sfholer and Sandy Ma-
coy, Lanfe Editorf, and their
date! enjoy danring to the mu-
Jic of the Rhythm 8 Boyx.
Pat White Jervei panrh to
Linda ViV0na and her mother,
and Mm, Morgan.
The "Rhythm 8" hoyf provided delight-
elnruary Mi St
Mft. IVeifJhirrhen, Linda
Franren and Edith U7ei,fJhir-
then enjoy entertainment at
lhe Senior Tea.
The pretty Jhoweafe hrought many an ad
Senior: and their datef rertainly had a
MH. Herlhey and the girl! Jurvey their
many hourJ' work.
MEMORIE CF '57-'58
POPULAR SONGS POPULAR DANCES
Bye Bye Love Stroll
Milwaukee cops Series MEDICINE
Dodgers and Giants leave New York Asian Hu strikes
TYPICAL SCHOOL DRESS
Boys: Crewneck sweater
Girls: sweater and skirt
TYPICAL CAR HEADLINE EVENTS
Tail fins the vogue - Dodge First Satellite Launched
JUNIOR BOARD 5 Fmnr Row, lefl la rigkrx Pauline Rubelsky, Barbara Ostro CV. Pres.D
Mrs. Florence Dubin CAdv1sorD, Frances Calla CSecy.D, Nick Baudo CTreas.j. 56501251 Rowi
Philip DeNicola, Dorothy junge, Carol Ginzhurg, Susan Klausner, Madeline Belitz, Donald
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c istci and Rau. Cathy Murphy, Emilie Flack, joan Fasone, janet Dennis, Mary
Bartkowski, Lorraine Baum.
Mrs. Florence Dubin
We are upper classmen at last! What a wonderful year
it turned out to be I
We really felt proud when it came to choosing our class
rings. The selection was difficult to make because they were
all so nice. You can imagine how wonderful it was when
we received them. How proudly we wore them!
The most important social event for us was the unfor-
gettable junior Prom.
Our officers were President, Charles Balestrinog Vice
President, Barbara Ostrog Treasurer, Nick Baudog Secre-
tary, Frances Calia. Our advisor was Mrs. Florence Dubin.
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figbf: Frances Calia CSecy.D, Mrs. Florence Dubin
CAdvisorD, Barbara Ostro CV. Presj. Second
Row: Nick Baudo CTreas.D, Charles Balestrino
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Our own juniorx, Colette and Stan, :lar
in lbe Srenici Player'J produelion, "Take
Care of My Litlle Girl."
Stanley Lozowfki rereiuei fir!!
prize in ronzeft Jponmred by
lbe New Hyde Park Fire De-
Lax! year'J deroralions bring a good idea
for tbif year? Prom,
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prize at tbif boolb fponxored
by lbe junior Clan.
Iff dy ' ' - "Lollipop, anyone?" abby Pbil DeNiro1a
el paying lime again' during lbe junior Board lollipop Jale.
A very feriouf junior, janet
Kyle, rereivef ber rlaff ring in
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Pretty, friendly, and industrious is our junior
Goddess. Gardi, as she is called by all her friends,
always seems to be able to find time for every-
thing. She is Managing Editor of "The Chariot"
and a member of the Zeta-Rho Hi-Y, Leader
Corps, and Romanettes. In addition, she is Cor-
responding Secretary of her Walther League,
and has many hobbies.
Gardi's first ambition is to become Editor-in-
Chief of "The Chariot". Then she hopes to
attend Cornell University and enter into the
field of mathematics or teaching.
Musical, athletic, and politically minded is our
junior God. Vic is recording secretary of the
Senior High Student Council and is an active
member of Senior Band, Dance Band, Ecclesia,
and the Lacrosse team. He is captain of our
Football team and is vice-president of the church
Vic's ambition is to attend Cornell University
and to become a doctor.
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flue junior-Senior Quiz Show.
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Exeiled junior! plan their
Charlie Baleflrirzo, prexidenl, fondzzrzf
the junior Board meeting willy Mrf.
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Well, we finally made it. Sophomores at last! We
thought we would never be able to call ourselves Sopho-
We had capable and reliable students heading the
Sophomore Board this year and our activities were num-
erous and diversified. Some of our activities were planning
assembly programs, extra activities and functions.
SOPHOMORE BOARD-Front Row, Iefz zo riglol: Dorothy Fiske CCorr. Sec.D, Charles Hilton
CV. Presj, Michael Milo CPi'es.j, Mr. john Romano CAdvisorD, Priscilla Dziomba CRec. Sec.D,
Barbara Williamsen CTreas.D. Second Row: Russ Miller, Linda Bridges, Eileen Scaglione
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS-
Fronl Row, left la figbl: Priscilla Dzi-
omba CRec. Secj, Dorothy Fiske CCorr.
Secj, Barbara Williamsen CTreas.j.
Serond Row: Bud Hilton CV. Pres.j,
Mike Milo CPres.j
The most outstanding high-lite of the year was the
Soph Hop, "Luau". What precious memories!
Our ofhcers were President, Michael Milog Vice Presi-
dent, Charles Hilton, Corresponding Secretary, Dorothy
Fiskeg Recording Secretary, Priscilla Dziombag Treasurer,
Barbara Williamsen. Our advisor was Mr. john Romano.
Mr. john Romano
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Bongiorno, Maria DeFina, Douglas Wassmer. Third Roux- Carol Gardner, Rosalie Strassner, Peggy
Wallace, joan Gilbert, Myrna Kogan.
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:be Jopb dance, "Luau",
Sopbomoref Inu! about in lbeir jinery
on Drew-Up Day.
Ibrabim Houry, a vixitor from Lebanon,
Sopb offer! review lbe minulef with
if enorled by Edward Canzman and Mr. lbeir recording fefrelary, Prifrilla Dzi-
Randolpb, ' onzba.
Tbe Sopbomore Quariel entertained al
Doug Waffmer don! a bula fkzrl and
Jwingf in time to lbe mufic at "Luau,"
Sopbornore Board ojiferf promote Jrbool
Sopbornoref on Ibe way to build lbeir
boolb for tbe Roman Forum.
B ett y Reis S
Pretty, industrious, and energetic-all de-
scribe our Soph Goddess. Betty never seems to
run out of energy as she participates in the
schoo1's j.V. Cheerleading, Sports Club, Tumbl-
ing Club, Bowling Club, Intramurals, and Lead-
ers Corps. Even when out of school Betty finds
time to play basketball, softball, ice skate, roller
skate, swim, and dance.
Betty's ambition is to attend business school
and to become a secretary.
Musical, athletic, and hard working is our
Soph God. Fred divides his time between music
and sports, being active in the school's Varsity,
Marching, and Dance Bands as well as the La-
crosse and Wrestling clubs. Fred's after school
activities include basketball, baseball, swimming,
ice skating, choir, and he possesses an extensive
record collection. He is active in his Walther
League, being the group's treasurer.
Fred's greatest ambition is to attend college
and become a chemical engineer.
At least four members of each Freshman homeroom
belong to the membership of Ninth Grade Board. These
representatives work hand-in-hand with the class oflicers
to govern the Ninth Grade Student Body. All class activ-
ities, such as assemblies, showcases, dances and dues are
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS-
joan Piccarella, Presidentg Libby Chris-
ton, Secretaryg Peter Augello, Vice Presi-
dentg Alex Medina, Treasurer.
under the supervision of the Board. Several outside activ-
ities to aid the class treasury are also planned.
Our ofhcers were President, Joan Piccarellog Vice Presi-
dent, Peter Augellog Secretary, Libby Christong Treasurer,
Alexander Medina. Our advisor was Miss Mildred Spano.
Miss Mildred Spano
FRESHMAN BOARD - Front Row, lefl to right: Audrey Eide, Joan Piccarella CPres.D, Miss Mildred
Spano CAdvisorj, Alex Medina CTreas.D, Virginia Kreyling. Serond Row: Charles Zegelbone, Carol
Leonard, Barbara Michal, Carol Freidin, Rod Charny. Tlaird Row: Nancy Furiolo, Roberta Kahn,
Henry Gassmann, Dorothy Pagano, Diane DiGianno.
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Nizzfb Groderf take time ou! from o bury
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Baud, mug "I .raw Mommy Kiffing Sonia for Vulenlizzehr Day.
Claw" al life Clafirfmaf Concert. '
Tloefe girl! look their preftiefl of the
moto guide Fafbiorz Show.
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Ginzburg, Barbara Ferrari, Marjorie Munro CV. Presj. Serotzd Row: Mrs. joan Reinert, Rickie Ann
Wessinger, Carol Sciuto, joan Bogardus, Dave Reiner CPres,D. Third Raw: Richard Anderson,
Richard Niles, Howard Hanson, Wfalter Alexander, Richard Gotthard.
Mrs. Joan Reinert
Eighth Gr acle Boar
Eighth grader: prerent their tirhetr af
they enter the dtznre.
The junior High had tz Red Croix Artem-
Eighth Grade Board
With each homeroom sending a
representative to the meetings, the
Eighth Grade Board forms a demo-
cratic governing body with the wel-
fare of the Eighth Grade Class as its
concern. Class showcases brightened
the halls while gay students attended
class assemblies and frolicked at
Our officers were President, Dave
Reinerg Vice President, Marjorie
Munrog Treasurer, John Okulskig
Secretary, Veronica Braunstein.
Studentf made tl pretty picture an eighth
grade dren-up day.
Arlene Cnrlfen drfurner the rerponfihil-
ities of Mrs. Cltzyrntzn an Student Gov-
EIGHTH GRADE OFFICERS-Front
Row, left to right: Margie Munroe CV.
Pres.D, Veronica Braunstein CSec.D.
Second Row: John Okulski CTreas.D,
David Reiner CPres.D.
SEVENTH GRADE BOARD-Front Row, left to right: Alan Kuchins CTreas.D, Jack Keating CV.
Pres.D, Virginia Scully CRec. Secj, Flora Maxey CPres.j, William Altevogt CCorr. Sec.D. Serorzd Row:
Barbara Lang, Kathleen Gillony, Winifred Plate, Lauretta DeMeo, Marilyn Bormann, Carole Palermo.
Third Row: Charles jordan, joe Spirio, Joe Fischetti.
Seventh graderr, Lorraine Drafter and
Kenneth Hammer, appeared in the Frerh-
man Farhiotz Show.
The Rotary Club prerented an oil paint-
ing of George Warhington to the rrhool
at a reventh grade arremhly.
The arrangement, planning and
supervision of all class projects and
activities is the duty of the Seventh
Grade Board. The Seventh Grade
assemblies and the class exhibits in
the halls are under the charge of the
Board as is the class treasury and the
responsibility of collecting class dues.
Our oflicers were President, Flora
Maxeyg Vice President, jack Keat-
ing, Corresponding Secretary, Wil-
lian Altevogtg Recording Secretary,
Virginia Scullyg Treasurer, Allen
Kuching, Sergeant-at-Arms, Wini-
fred Plateg Historian, Charles jor-
dang Chaplain, Barbara Lang. Our
advisor was Mr. William Fried.
Frank Mammano taher advantage of the
Seventh Grade Oficerr
Seventh Grade Board member!
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SENIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL- Franz Row, lefz lo rigbf: R. Shapiro, A. Longabardi, S.
Dodge, A. Sjogren, L. DeRose, R. Resch, S. Trachtenberg, R. Miller, W. Sauter. Second Row: C.
Nelson, G. Bosch, V. Milo, V. Ivansheck CRec. Secj, K. Gerrety CV. Pres.D, Mr. Alexander Burlcich
CAdvisorD, F. Maxey CPres.D, T. Fazio CTreas.D, R. D'Auria CCorr. Sec.j, S. Lascari, C. Murphy.
Third Row: M. Ratta, K. I-Iudak, B. Wagner, L. ViVona, V. Lang, E. Kelley, B. Paschette, C. Leavy,
N. Grote, P. Jaep, P. White, M. Pollio, M. Sciallo. Fourth Raw: M. Pxmtin, J. Natalie, J. Vanecek, J.
Tucker, D. Steinhauser, D. Breit, J. Feldman, R. Ruecker, V. Frankewich, J. Onysko, A. Grzanka, S.
Lozowski, P. Mackauf.
enior High Student Counci
An efhcient, well-organized government is a necessity
to any democratic institution. To run a school of such a
size as ours, we most certainly need a top-notch govern-
ment. The Senior High Student Council fills this position
Student Council's main concern is to regulate student
activities, promote student-teacher relations and obtain
useful conveniences for the school.
The Student Council Bazaar was the hi-lite of the year's
activities and almost the entire student body turned out to
make it a tremendous success. Other activities included
the Victory Ball to celebrate the Student Council elections
and the institution of a bus service to and from our team's
Our ofiicers were President, Fred Maxeyg Vice Presi-
dent, Kenneth Gerrety g Treasurer, Thomas Faziog Record-
ing Secretary, Victor Ivanschekg Corresponding Secretary,
Rayna D'Auria. Our advisor was Mr. Alexander Burkich.
STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS-Front Row, left I0
right: Fred Maxey, Ken Gerrety. Second Row: Vic Ivan-
sheck, Rayna D'Auria, Tom Fazio.
Memberf take time out for a Jong
The Artixianf booth wax a favorite
with the ftudentf in Jpite of the fan-
nibalf at the Student Couneil Bazaar.
Member! nod their approval of Pat
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The boyf climb the ladder of Juefeff.
The Council member: aren't too heen
about parliamentary proredure.
Fred Maxey and Tom Fazio demon-
Jtrate the love between Couneil
The Student Countil ojicen go over
the dag!! agenda.
The "kidf" take a welcome breather
between daneeJ at Ted Steele'f Teen
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JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL-Front Row, left to right: I. Matusa, H. Rabinowitz,
Caronia, A. Seymour, Mrs. Elsie Clayman QAdvisorD, J. Odin, M. Werden, N. Kirsch. Second Row:
W. Webster, T. Napoli, A. Smith, V, Hucack, E. Zimmerman, J. Garfinlcel, J. Haig, E. Ivansheck, W.
Webster. Third Row: R. Gardner, B. Cancro, M. Sills, M. Naso, J. Okulski, B. Maupal, J. Yannucci,
R, Black, R. Giese.
unior High tudent Counei
The Junior High Student Council has been buzzing
with so much activity this year that it has been difficult
to keep up with them. Under the guiding hand of Presi-
dent, Phil Balestrino, and the watchful supervision of its
advisor, Mrs. Clayman, the Council has reaped a proud
harvest from the seeds sewn by earnest workers.
The Junior High Student Council conducted the local
World Clothing Drive, a drive to collect old clothes for
needy people, collected the donation of S150 to the Phys-
ical Education Department for a Rifle Range, had a very
successful, gay, Holiday Hop, and sponsored a candy sale
which brought in a large profit. Other projects were the
appropriation of funds to hire a dancing teacher to
instruct all Junior High Students after school, a Student
Handbook to be printed, another successful election run
by capable election commissioners and an orientation pro-
gram for future seventh graders.
Our ofhcers were President, Philip Balestrinog Vice
President, Dennis Boland, Treasurer, David Rigneyg
Secretary, Carol Schillizzi. Our advisor was Mrs. Elsie
Dave Rigney, treasurer,
Phil Balestrino, prerident,
holdr an empty hug toon to
he filed during the drive for
clothing during World
Clothing Week. V
readr the report to the
Council df Carol Schilizzi,
fecretaryg Phil Brzlettrino,
preridentg and Dennis Bo-
land, vice preridentf look
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their candy tale.
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ARTISIANS-Fronl Row, left zo right: Marie Frasco, Elaine johnson, Mr. James De Nicola
CAdvisorD, Linda ViVona CPres.D, Nancy Fuelling, Natalie Weiss. Second Row: Stanley Lozowski,
Sharin Konowalow, joan Conway, Carol Michal, Patricia Quinn, Carole Sepp, Walter Dilts. Third
Row: Diana Pearson, Marlene Joerg, Maureen McNulty, Barbara Kriofsky, Marylin Bierbaum.
The Artisians was organized to promote artistic ability
among our students and performs its job admirably in
devoting its meetings to individual projects involving all
types of artistic skill.
Certainly the most eye-catching booth at the Student
Council Bazaar, the "Head-Hunters," sent many a satis-
fied customer away with a life-like sketch of himself
under his arm. Who will ever forget those two ferocious
Cannibals standing over a big cauldron!
Our advisor was Mr. James DeNicola.
Posters, displays, exhibits and signs are all projects
which the Artiators undertake. Many of the beautiful
showcases in our halls are decorated by this club. The
Artiators are always willing to lend a hand and a paint-
brush to any club desiring its services. During the meet-
ings, members improve their skill at painting, sketching,
and paper sculpture.
Our advisor was Mrs. janet Greffrath.
ARTIATORS-Front Row, left 10 righf: Fred Pravato, Richard Schwarz, Mrs. janet Greffrath
CAdvisorD, Michael Ruboken, Barbara Mordecai. Second Row: Karen Miller, Kathy Tome, Eleanor
Volz, Doris Pedersen, Joyce Roe, Ronda Maxon.
ZETA RHO - Front Row, left to right: Colette Cornet, Elizabeth Holm CCorr. Secj, Linda Vi Vona,
Carol Leavy CPres.D, Miss Sheila Tucker CAdvisorD, Patricia Okulski CRec. Sec.D, Patricia Tate
CChap.D, Virginia Krause. Second Row: Carol Linek, Barbara Walker, joan Vanecek, Sandra Macoy,
Gail Becker, Marlene Maystrik, Arlene Scholer, Dorothy Karshick, Barbara De Meo, joan Obremski,
Lois Mooney, Marilyn Napolitano, Barbara Laub. Third Row: Barbara Wagner CTreas.D, Louise
Chartrand, Judith Stout, Janice Holm, Susan Klausner, Hildegarde Riemer, Carole Sepp, Karin Ettel
CV. Pres.D, Patricia White.
One of the brightest hi-lites of the 1957 social season
was the Zeta Rho-Delta Sigma-sponsored December dance
"Soo-Ball." A complete success, it provided a wonderful
time for everyone present. The gay Christmas decorations
and wonderful music set the holidays off to a cheery start.
Bringing joy to others was the motive behind our trip
to the St. Giles Home for Crippled Children.
At the Student Council Bazaar our "Aloha" booth was
a great success. Remember those palms and leis?
Earlier in the year our homemade cake sales provided
a delicious dessert to top off the students' lunches.
Our officers were President, Carol Leavyg Vice Presi-
dent, Karin Ettelg Treasurer, Barbara Wagner, Recording
Secretary, Patricia Okulski, Corresponding Secretary,
fa -a , Betty Holm 5 Chaplain, Patricia Tate. Our advisor was Miss
r. ft Sheila Tucker.
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Zeta Rho girl! added Hawaiian
flazor to the Student Council
DELTA SIGMA HI-Y-Front Row, left to right: Arthur Sjogren CChap.D, August Longabardi
CSec.D, Charles Allio CPres.D, Mr, Martin Perry CAdvisorD, David Watson CV. Pres.D, Paul Greiner
CTreas.D, Stephen Trachtenberg. Second Row: Anthony Sorrentino, Donald Ring, Stanley Pace, Rich-
ard Schaub, john Ewald, Carl Nyman, George Arculeo. Third Row: William Hall, Charles Balestrino,
Thomas Nichols, Richard Murphy, Thomas Fazio, Alan Palocsik, Harold Rabinowitz.
Good-natured sport and lots of fun characterized every-
one of Delta Sigma's weekly sessions. 330 was always the
liveliest room in the school when the boys held a meeting.
Regardless of the merriment at our meetings, we always
accomplished many things. Our dance, "Sno-Ball," held
with our sister Hi-Y, Zeta Rho, was the highlight of the
1957 holiday season and the red and green decorations
provided just the right atmosphere. Our enthusiastic sale
of tickets brought many eager students Hocking to the
doors. At the Student Council Bazaar our ring-toss game
enabled many a customer to go home with a beautiful
Our officers were President, Charles Allio, Vice Presi-
dent, David Watson 5 Treasurer, Paul Greiner, Secretary,
August Longabardig Chaplain, Arthur Sjogren. Our
advisor was Mr. Martin Perry.
The Delta Sigma ring tor:
booth war rertainly popular at
"Let the knife fall."
Delta Sigma hoyf love their
DELTA GAMMA-Front Row, left to right: janet Dennis CTreas.D, Anita Werden CV. Pres.j,
Sandra Boldt CPres.D, Mrs. Florence Dubin CAdvisorD, Barbara Paschetti CCorres. Sec.D, Tina Kotish
CRec. Sec.D, Dolores Oliveto. Second Row: Gail Edwards, Patricia Friggione, Elaine Kelley, Flora
Brown, Margaret Blaikie, Leslie Moriber, janet Young, Ellen Ryan, Virginia Lang. Third Row:
Barbara Porr, Sandra Plunkett, Vera Chaplin, Marilyn Bierbaum, Elizabeth Miller, Diane Svec, Carolyn
Wondergem, Margaret Towne, Lois Ann Peterson.
Wheel It was a good time for all at the first dance of "New York Times" and "Herald Tribune" to the students
the year sponsored by Delta Gamma and her brother and faculty every morning.
Hi-Y. The decorations were bright and gay with the Our oHicers were President, Sandra Boldtg Vice Presi-
shining sputnik suspended from the ceiling as the center dent, Anita Werden g Corresponding Secretary, Barbara
of attraction. Paschetteg Recording Secretary, Tina Kotishg Treasurer,
Delta Gammafg aim is to Serve the School and do janet Dennisg Historian, Elaine Kelley. Our advisor was
charity work. One of our main projects was delivering the MIS. Florence Dubifl.
Delta Gamma girlr keep tahf on their prefident,
Delta Gamma girly deliver the
Laft minute plan: are made hy newspaper! throughout the
Delta Gamma ojjzicerr before school to the student! and
the meeting, fafulzy,
OMEGA CHI -Front Row, lefz to figbl: Donald Papscun CSgt. at ArmsD, Walter Grund, Richard
Wade CV. Presb, Mr. Kenneth Skidmore CAdvisorD, Robert Resch CPres.D, Vincent Milo CTreas.j,
Bruce Roe CCorr. Secj., Edward Taylor, CRec. Sec.D. Second Row: Stephen Dodge, Louis De Rose,
Edward Blair, Donald Bachman, Vincent Kreyling, Neil Schaul, Kenneth Gerrety, Anthony Christon.
Third Row: Stanley Lozowski, Michael Goodman, jerry Glassman, Allen Grzanka, Arthur Edel, Lester
Castalana, John Kosciuk, Gerald Horan.
"All aboard for the Satellite Special!" was the merry profits for us to contribute to a worthy charity.
cry heard ringing through Memorials halls in proclama- Our officers were President, Robert Resch 3 Vice Presi-
tion of the successful dance held by Omega Chi and our dent, Richard Wade, Corresponding Secretary, Bruce
sister Hi-Y, Delta Gamma. Who can forget the excite- Roe, Recording Secretary, Edward Taylor, Treasurer,
ment of looking under desks and over lights for the little Vincent Milo, Sergeant-at-Arms, Donald Pabscung His-
red "Sputniks" in hope of finding enough for a prize. torian, Walter Grund. Our advisor was Mr. Kenneth Skid-
The success of our soda booth at the Student Council more.
Bazaar was nothing short of sensational, reaping in enough
Vinny: plea for duer if in vain.
A bdfk breaking ordeal, Omega Chi boy! dirplay lheir
wouldrfz you my? fbafmf,
ETA TAU HI-Y-From Row, lefl to right: Irene Finkel, Lynn Gustafson CRec. Sec.D, Helen
Morgan CTreas.j, Miss Marlene Boyd CAdvisorj, Paula jaep CPres.D, Gertrude Bosch CV. Pres.D,
Judith Erb CHis. Chapj. Second Row: Dorothy Basson, Carol Hammer, Andrea Berg, Lorraine Baum,
Madeline Belitz, Linda Bernstein, Emile Flack, Marie Pollio, Carol Ginzburg. Third Row: Elsie Nilsen,
Anita Ridgwell, Stephanie Widmer, Kathleen Kiefer, Geraldine Ottone, Carol Nelson.
The purpose of every Hi-Y is to inspire a chosen group
of girls to work together in harmony and willingness to
render service to their school and to others.
Eta Tau Hi-Y members participated in good-will visits
to an orphanage to conduct parties and bring a little
happiness to the lives of others less fortunate,
Eta Taus have also exhibited their best culinary talents
in a cake sale and in selling hotdogs at our first bazaar.
H7190 rarer abou: burinerr? A jam Jerrion Lggkjng for fomgonep
ir much more fun. Em Tau girlr.
Members can be seen proudly showing their Eta Tau pins
and wearing a smile of satisfaction, knowing they have
been able to help, if only a little, around their school and
Our officers were President, Paula jaep, Vice Presi-
dent, Gertrude Bosch, Treasurer, Helen Morgan, Secre-
tary, Lynn Gustafson, Historian and Chaplain, Judith Erb.
Our advisor was Miss Marlene Boyd.
In im' mf me Era Tau'r president, Paula jaep, Jbowr
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA-Front Row, left lo fight: B. Ecklreiter, P. Rubelsky
CPres.D, Mrs. Marian Hershey CAdvisorj, I. Kyle CRec. Sec.D, A. Iacono CV. Presj, N. Latsko.
Serand Row: B. Otto, D. Rose, J. Gold, I. Finkel, A. Doerrer, C. Levy, C. Romano. Third Row:
A. Donaldson, C. Kaider, K. Ryan, -I. Mirecki, S. Spiegel, M. A. Motylinski.
Future Homema eers
The FHA has as its purpose the training of young girls
so that they will be able to fulfill the duty of making a
house a home. Catering at school functions, decorating,
and sewing help to give the members a background in
various Iields of home econornics as well as the basic
philosophy of creating and maintaining a wholesome,
pleasant, and invigorating home atmosphere.
Our officers were President, Pauline Rubelskyg Vice
President, Adeline Iaconog Corresponding Secretary, Carol
Frommg Recording Secretary, janet Kyle g Treasurer, Mari-
lyn D,Orso. Our advisor was Mrs. Marian Hershey.
Future Teacher S
Teaching is helping people grow-mentally, physically
and socially. All professions are dependent upon this. To
provide correct teaching facilities one must first start with
teachers. The FTA is designed to encourage young people
to become teachers to help fill the demand which now
exceeds the supply.
Our ofiicers were President, Madeline Belitz g Vice
President, Joan Usingerg Corresponding Secretary, Bar-
bara Walker, Recording Secretary, Patricia Kane 3 Treas-
urer, Irene Finkel, Historian, janet Young. Our advisor
was Mr. Arnold Honig.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA-Front Row, left to figbzx Irene Finkel CTreas.j, Barbara
Walker CCor. Sec.j, Madeline Belitz CPres.D, Mr. Arnold I-Ionig CAdvisorD, Anita Werden, Emilie
Flack, Colette Cornet. Serond Row: Susan Farber, Barbara Anderson, Dorothy Boza, Andrea Berg,
Susan Klausner, Louise Chartrand, Nancye Ann Lella, Elaine Kelley. Third Row: Linda Kissel,
y Marianne Eipper, Eva Krause, Judith Dravinski, janet Young, Marlene Maystrik, Barbara De Meo,
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COUNCIL FORCE - Front Row,
left zo fight: Robert Resch, George
Arculeo C2nd Lieut.D, Mr. Charles
Roberts CAdvisorD, Donald Papscun
CCapt.j, Charles Allio Clst Lieut.j.
Serond Row: jack Griller, John
Kosciuk, Richard Murphy, Kenneth
Hasenmeyer, Stephen Dodge, Vincent
A large school such as ours naturally needs some direc-
tion in the halls. The Council Force was organized to do
just this. Members of the Force see to it that order is kept
in the halls, washrooms are checked, and discipline is
maintained at all times.
Our ofiicers were Captain, Donald Papscung First Lieu-
tenant, Charles Alliog Second Lieutenant, George Arcu-
leog Treasurer, john Grillerg Student Council Representa-
tive, Vincent Milo. Our advisor was Mr. Charles Roberts.
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The Key Club is an organization made up of about
thirty-tive boys who aspire to serve the school and com-
munity in various ways such as selling tickets, ushering at
school and community events and actively supporting
Our advisor was Mr. William Brenner.
KEY CLUB-Front Row, left to
right: L. DeRose, D. Bachman, A.
Palocsik, V. Milo, G. Heck, Mr. Wil-
liam Brenner CAdvisorD, G. Arculeo,
P. Greiner, B. Hall, H. Bay. Semnd
Row: R. Dekov, P. Weiss, R. Brown,
M. Petrella, P. DeNicola, D. Wade,
J. Ewald, E. Blair, E. Sakal, D. Ring,
J. Onysko, S. Trachtenberg. Third
Row: B. Hnis, W. Sauter, S. Lozow-
ski, K. Gerrety, V. Ivansheck, V.
Kreyling, G. Liestol, R. jenkins, J,
Koscuik, C. Nyman, F. Maxey, J.
nior High Library Club
Dickens' "Oliver Twist"? You'll find it right over
there under F-D. A Library Club member will be glad
to show you where any book can be found.
The club was organized to promote interest in the
students toward the use of books and the library. Mem-
bers are given instruction in the operation of the library.
For social activities we held a Christmas party and took a
trip to New York City.
Our officers were President, Maureen Tracyg Vice
President, Carol Christy, Secretary, Dorothy Hughes,
Treasurer, Elizabeth McSorly. Our advisor was Miss
Franz Row, left to righl: K. Kiefer,
B. Meswarp, M. Tracy CPres.j, Miss
Lena Gould CAdvisorj, D. Hughes
CSec.D, C. Christy CV. Pres.D, E.
McSorley CTreas.D, A. Werden. Sec-
ond Row: P. Johnson, E. Goral, F.
Kraut, B. Garcia, J. Hergenhan, G.
Wiedman, G. Newsom, W. Tornow,
W. Trutt, M. Turner, P. Bertoni.
unior High Library Club
To help foster an interest in books and the library is
the prime concern of our junior High Library Club. Mem-
bers learn each of the jobs necessary to keep the library
functioning and in doing so they widen their reading
interest through familiarity to a large number of books
Our bazaar booth was a whopping success with goldfish
going to the lucky winners.
Our officers were President, Dorothy Bruntrager g Vice
President, Carol Christensen, Secretary-Treasurer, Rose
Ann Juliano. Our advisor was Mrs. Dorothy Tootle.
JUNIOR HIGH LIBRARY CLUB -
Front Row, left Z0 right: L. Glass, D.
Halstead, B. Siegel, J, Beck, R.
Hughes. Second Raw: J. Joer, C.
Christensen CV. Pres.D, D. Brun- V
trager CPres.D, Mrs. Dorothy Tootle '
CAdvisorD , R. juliano CSec. 84 Treasj,
R. Maxon. Third Row: J. Arivett, K.
Sakal, C. Cubley, B. Zimmerman, S.
Martins, J. Kiefer, J. Renna, I. Cleary,
E. Berk, L. Waldron. Fourth Row:
W. Ambacher, D. Garnar, F. Sadlow-
ski, J. Mallol, R. de Groof, G. John-
son, W. Clark, T. Rive.
SENIOR HIGH LIBRARY CLUB -
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As Editor-In-Chief of New Hyde Park Memorials iirst
yearbook, the 1958 LANCE, I trust my staff and I have pro-
duced a yearbook that will always be one worthy of comj
mendation and admiration.
This past year in the LANCE ofhce there ha e been
times of pleasure and anxiety in achieving' o r goal, the
best conceivable LANCE for you, the studEgflv3ut r goal
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to yearbook work.
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LANCE ART STAFF- Frmzf Rauf, lefl fo right:
Patricia Quinn, Mr. James De Nicola CAdvisorD,
Linda Vi Vona. Second ROZlf'.'J21l'lCtDCFll'1lS, Stanley
Lozowslci, Gail Becker.
LANCE PUBLICITY STAFF-Front Row, lefl
to fight: Carolyn Wondergem, Kathleen Kiefer,
Patricia Quinn, Vincent Kreyling, Elaine Kelley,
Patricia White. Second Row: August Longabardi,
Marlene Maystrik, Carol Leavy, Virginia Lang,
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LANCE BUSINESS STAFF - Fran!
Row, lefz 10 right: Pauline Rubelsky
Judith Altevogt, Elaine johnson, Carolyn
Hebenstreit, joan Gilbert, Colette Cornet.
Second Row: Theresa De Leo, Carol
Stanley, Lorraine Baum, Andrea Berg,
Barbara De Meo, janet Dennis, Ellen
Ryan. Third Row: Nick Baudo, Frances
Calia, Susan Farber, Madeline Belitz,
Janice Meyer, Beatrice Rivera, Stanley
LANCE HOINIEROOM REPRESENTATIVES
-Front Roux left Io right: C. Ziegler, M.
Kogan, K. Ewald, K. Demetriades, R. Maxon, S.
Spachner. Second Row: L. Brown, F. Durante,
E.Wicks, M. Medina, B. Florence, F. Santomero,
D. Steinmetz, D. Pagano, M. Schaller. Third
Roux' A. Medina, J. Forlenza, L. Krabel, K.
Ryan, V. Scully, G. Merrell, E. Metzler, N.
Kalb, D. Pearson, J. Savage, P. Zebrowski.
Fourth Row: H. Gassman, J. Young, J. Feld-
man, D. Breit, J. Dennis, D. Karshick, 1.
Barbara Wagner and Carolyn Wondergem
rberk over :alex and diftribatiorz.
LANCE PICTORIAL STAFF -Front Row,
left to right: Carol Nelson, Karin Ettel, Patricia
White, Vincent Kreyling, Carol Leavy, joan
Natalie, Marlene Maystrilc. Second Row: Arthur
Sjogren, Richard Wade, Elsie Nilsen, Lois
Mooney, Louise Chartrand, Helen Morgan, Vin-
cent Milo, Kenneth Gerrety.
LANCE LITERARY STAFF - Front Row,
left to rigbt: Marie Reiss CSports Editorb, Mr.
Grant Steinhauer CAdvis0rD, Marylin Bierbaum.
Second Row: Patricia Quinn, Kathleen Kiefer
CLiterary EditorD, Paula jaep.
CHARIOT-Front Raw, left lo fight: S. Dodge, D. Fiske, J. Holm, S. Widmer, H. Riemer, B.
Laub CEditor-in-Chiefb, J. Licata, J. Natalie, R. Boado, D. Wade. Serorzd Row: Mrs. Ruth Rosenberg
CAdvisorD, A. Zerkin, L. Bernstein, P. Okulski, L. Baum, E. Fisher, A. Berg, E. Piccini, N. Lella,
R. D'Auria, J. Vanecek, J. Stout, R. Gardner, Mr. john London CAdvisorD, Mr. john Rooney CAd-
visorD. Third Row: M. Hilton, P. Stephens, C. Leonard, D. Krogstad, B. Hall, M. Petrella, P. Bales-
trino, C. Vi Vona B. Mayer, M. Tracy, M. Messana, C. Nelson, D. Pies, C. Cornet. 1,7 n....,.'
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"Read all about it! All the school news for only one 5tUd6f1t5 interested in journalismj t also helps,
dime!" Once a month these calls ring through the halls HCCIUS-iflf the C0ITlmUUltY With schoi Vents. h its
as students eagerly purchase the paper to find out what's beautiful f-MSPIHYS and Catthy P0 C Chaflflt Cl 7
new, to the school's appearance and increases c pirit.
Fifteen editors and assistant editors and three advisors
work hand-in-hand to publish the Chariot, which last year
won a second-place award at the Columbia Scholastic Press
Association. In addition, our editor-in-chief was the panel
leader at the March 1957 CSPA Convention.
Published as a service to the school and as an aid to
The Chariot rlajjz maker lar! minule
correrlionr. Pfoofffffdmg If
Our staff consisted of Editor-In-Chief, Barba 5
Managing Editor, Hildegarde Riemerg News Editor,
Stephanie Widmerg Feature Editor, Joann Licata, Junior
High Editor, joan Piccarella, and Business Manager,
Dorothy Fiske. Mr. john London, Mrs. Ruth Rosenberg
and Mr. john Rooney were our advisors.
and tediour joh. The rlajf wofhr hard 10 mee! zhe deadline.
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GIRLS! SERVICE LEAGUE-Front Row, left to right: B. Olkulski, M. Hirsch, C. Hammer, M.
Radimer, B. Kompass, L. Kissel, J. Piorkowski, R. Prommersberger, M. Scholler, M. Dreher, J.
Venezia, E. Mazurkiewicz. Second Row: C. Nelson, A. Ridgwell, L. Ludin, G. Ottone, E. Dziomba
CPres.D, Mrs. Barbara Weigle CAdvisorD, L. Webster CV. Pres.D, M. Dmuchowski CSec.D, J.
Muzzonigro CTreas.D, B. Paschette, V. Krause, J. Marchand. Third Row: J. Krug, J. Vanecek,
E. Buglione, J. Drauinski, J. Turnquist, A. Seymour, M. A. Coveney, N. Zith, M. Smith, M. Pollio,
M. Bartkowski, P. Rubelsky, B. Ecklreiter, A. Doerrer, R, Gioia, V. Baer. Fourth Row: M. Kogan,
M. Viarengo, S. Galderisi, V. Urban, M. Jaeger, A. Werden, J. Forlenza, J. Gilbert, T. Genovese, J.
Adelman, C. Gardner, M. Eipper, S. Litwin, J. Bartkowski.
Qi 7 Service League
"This way please" was a familiar expression during our
assemblies. The members of the Girls' Service League
always made sure we had our programs and were seated
in the right seats. Working in the administration offices
is another of the League's myriad duties. Filing, stamping,
and carrying messages is all taken in stride. Hall squad
duty is still another of the members' jobs and beware the
student without a pass. If caught, it's down to the oflice
Girls' Service League members must all be of high
character and possess a good scholastic rating. They must
also be willing to devote all their free periods to the service
of the school.
Our officers were President, Emily Dziombag Vice
President, Lynn Webster, Secretary, Marilyn D'Muchow-
ski, Treasurer, Jeanne Muzzonigro. Our advisor was
Mrs. Barbara Weigle.
Neat, efficient Girlr' Service League
Member! of the Girl'r Service League worherf are always on hand in the ojfce The preriderzt arsigru ports for the next
receive their lart minute inrtrtzctionr. to do any clerical worh, arrerrzhly program.
SCENECI PLAYERS -
K. Quinlan, J. Schupbach, B. Fox, S. Veltre. Serond Row: B. Averett, L. Webster CCorr. Sec.D
L. Hyland CPres.D, Miss Sheila Tucker CAdvisorD, J. Ferris CV. Pres.D, L. Seawood CRec. Sec.j
Front Row: left to right: G. Crawford, M. O'Meara, J. Rickmeyer
'- W. Trutt, P. Kane, M. Schaller. Third Row: H. Freondlich, I. Majewski, D. Ulrich, J. Weston
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I R. Strassner, F. Glass, M. Thoden, L. Moriber, C. O'I-Iara, E. Mazurkiewicz. Fourth Row
F. Orlando, D. Karshick, D. Pearson, L. Reman, J. Fasone, B. Rippon, L. Fielder, A. Savino
- P, Stephens,-JVI. Giltrap. Fifth Row: S. Lozowski, M. Petrella, R. Miller, G. Wiedman, A
Martin, V. Milo.
Oh, to get lbore liner memorized. 1 . . ,
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"Curtain going up!" After months of,.reliearsatl,i
orizing scripts, changes in production,con,struct,iOryof setj
ticket selling, costume tittingiand lastm'iri3at'e'Cl1.aiiges-fthat ix
familiar phrase is spoken and in a few minutes the-months
of work are shown off in all their glory. The applause
finally lets down and the Sceneci Players realize that tlieir
play "Take Care of My Little Girl" is a complete success.
Our officers were President, Linda Hyland, Vice Presi-
dent, janet Ferris, Treasurer, Wesley Truttg Recording
Secretary, Judith Weston, Corresponding Secretary, Lynn
Webster. Our advisor was Miss Sheila Tucker.
Cordial, eflicient service was our theme as we ran the
A school store. Anything from notebook paper through
review books and school pennants could be purchased and
thanks to the careful management the Retailing Club
provided, nothing was ever lacking and the books were
always in the best of order.
Our ofhcers were President, janet Ferris, Vice Presi-
dent, joseph LaRoccog Corresponding Secretary, Barbara
Williams, Recording Secretary, Gerald Fortscheg Treas-
urer, Edward Blair, Sergeant-at-Arms, Dominic Nuzzi.
Our advisor was Mr. john Rooney.
RETAILING CLUB -Front Row, left to fight! L. Balzarini, E. Blair, J. Ferris, Mr. john Rooney
CAdvisorj, J. La Rocco, G. Fortsch, M. Marakowski. Second Row: M. Napalitano, M. Towne, K.
Withers, V. Milo, D. Nuzzi, G. Weidman, B. Ulrich, D. Ulrich, M. De Giacomo, B. Williams, M. Sands.
SCIENCE CLUB -Front Row, left to right: E. Strahm, R. Naso, E. Wicks, C. Brasholz, A. Riccon,
V. Weck, I. Cleary, F. Chernes, I-I. Dickson. Serond Row: R. Daley, R. Pedersen, J. Zima, J. Meyer,
D. Dickson, R. Monson, R. Clark, C. Cancro, W. Altevogt. Third Row: D. Rive, T. Dilts, G. Fink,
R. Chamberlain, R. Trifan, C. Atkinson, J. Mirecki, W. Clark.
Vang uar ers
Creating an interest in science is the purpose of Memo-
rial's Science Club. Members are given an opportunity
to delve into nature's secrets by means of individual re-
search and group experiment. Science presents no mysteries
to these students. Instead, it becomes a pleasure to unravel
a problem through the use of scientific techniques.
Our officers were President, Robert Monson, Senior
High Vice President, john Zima, junior High Vice Presi-
dent, Thomas Dilts, Secretary, Gregory Fink, Treasurer,
Donald Dickson. Our advisor was Mrs, Doria Vrabec.
Almost every American family possesses a camera of
one sort or another. The Lensmen was organized to pro-
vide a club in which all interested students could meet to
compare their cameras and photos. Photo-taking techniques
and camera construction are studied and compared. Each
member aims to improve his photos and to gain an appre-
ciation for good photography.
LENSMEN - From Row, lefz za figbl: Patricia Stephens, Lynn Webster CSec.j, Mr. Arthur Delaney
CAdvisorD, janet Ferris CPres.D, Bruce Danielson. Serond Row: Robert Phoel, Richard Wagner,
Calvin Hill, Martin Wilson, William Cummings, Daniel Fitzgerald, Richard Slaterback.
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STAMP CLUB -Front Raw:
lefl lo fight: Thomas Riue,
Roger Clark, Mr. Arthur De-
laney CAdvisorD, Richard Law-
rence, Frank Durante, Gregory
Potts. Serond Row: Louis Is-
nardi, james Finnegan, james
O'Connell, Daniel McNeil, Al-
bert Galante, Rodney Charny,
Red, green, blue, yellow, purple, orange-a myriad of
colors from hundreds of countries. This one from Spain,
this from Nicaragua, this from Australia. Imagine a book
filled with stamps, each with its own interesting story. No
wonder stamp-collecting is one of the most popular and
widespread of hobbies.
The Stamp Club brings together interested stamp col-
lectors, giving them a chance to admire the stamps of other
collectors and perhaps, to make a few benehcial exchanges.
Our advisor was Mr. Arthur Delaney.
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Future Nurse S
"Helping others" is the goal of the Future Nurses
of America. Members of the organization believe in help-
ing the sick and unfortunate. In order for us to do this
better, the school nurse gave instructions on medical care
of the sick at all meetings. To see our theories in practice,
we visited Flushing Hospital and were given a complete
tour of the establishment.
FUTURE NURSES OF
AMERICA - From Row, left
to rigbz: I. Muller, M. Schaller.
. C. Murphy, S. Spiegel CSec.D,
' - - Mrs. Rosalie Rodiquenzi CAd-
1 visorD, Mrs. Lenora Colyer
4 CAdvis0rD, L. Moriber CPres.j,
-I. Cervellion CV. Presj, M.
Turner CTreas.j, C. Smith, D.
Denaples. Second Row: C.
Obremski, R. Hughes, E. Allen,
M. Frasco, M. Tomaszewski, E.
Fleming, 1. Kyle, M. McNulty,
I. Schroeder, M. Tracy, P.
Leuthner, C. Hebenstreit, E.
Wright, L. Waldron. Third
Row: K. Ryan, D. Rose, B.
Zimmerman, D. johnson, P,
Eger, A. Nichols, C. Behrens,
R. Greco, C, De Nicola, A.
Bormann, E. Pinzl, E. Berk,
Knights ot Aristotle
The meeting is called to order, quiet ensues, a pointed
question is raised, sides are taken and discussion follows.
This is a typical meeting of our debating club.
Membership in the debating club fosters in the student
a greater appreciation of thought and a better understand-
ing and grasp of debating techniques. lt teaches him to
take a problem and to analyze it carefully and to convey
his ideas to others.
Our advisor was Mr. George Costigan.
CHESS CLUB-Front Row,
left to figbz: K. White, R.
Stanley CPres.D, L. Brown
CSec.D, H. Dickson CV. Pres.D,
J. Meyer CTreas.D, R. Sidi.
Second Row: A. Roman, B.
Tintle, W. Doris, M. Yarow,
J. Maiorana, M. Shapiro. Third
Row: R. Nordlund, D. Tucker,
F. Mammano, A. Subach, W.
Lutkenhaus, D. Pietrowski, J.
KNIGHTS OF ARISTOTLE
-Fronl Row, left to right:
janet Weber, Yvonne Wil-
liams, Nancy Webster, john
Foster, Richard Wade, Marlene
Maystrik, joan Usinger. Ser-
ond Row: Dorothy Basson,
Gertrude Bosch, Jeannette
Stegemann, Kathe Berk, Anita
Checkmate! This was our slogan as pawns, knights,
rooks, bishops, queens and kings roamed about our chess
boards trying to evade our opponents traps while devising
some of our own.
A tournament among club members was designed to
train our players and to increase the knowledge of
the intricate moves of the game. Alice Through the Look-
ing Glass never had as much fun as we do.
Our officers were President, Ronald Stanley, Vice
President, Herbert Dickson, Secretary, Lawrence Brown'
Treasurer, jay Meyer. Mr. Edwin Heroy was our advisor.
Prevideni, Slere Tmrhlenberg, leather
Honor Soriely menzberr II new melbod of
addilion and rpellizlg.
Honor Sorielj' offcerr bare rz conference
ivilb Ifyeir president.
Scholarship, character, leadership, personality-to be-
come a member of Honor Society a student must rate high
in each of these fields. Only the top hfteen per cent of the
Senior Class can become members so you can be sure that
our meetings are always marked by active participation
in all projects.
No Society member will ever forget the beautiful
induction ceremony performed in an assembly before all
the Senior High students. The first of our projects was to
draw up our constitution and become members of the
National Honor Society and then order our pins with the
famous torch symbol, Another project to further scholar-
ship and to be of service to the school was our tutoring
Honor Soriely member! appear puzzled
over cl flvemirlry experiment.
Our officers were President, Stephen Trachtenbergg
Vice President, Ronald Stanley, Recording Secretary,
Gertrude Bosch, Corresponding Secretary, Paula jaepg
Treasurer, joan Obremski. Our advisor was Mr. john
HONOR SOCIETY -From Row, left 10 righf: Barbara Wagner, Joan Obremski CTreas.j, Ronald
Stanley CV. Presj, Mr. john McElderry CAdvisorj, Stephen Trachtenberg CPres.D, Gertrude Bosch
CRec. Sec.D, Paula jaep CCorr. Sec.D. Second Row: Barbara Laub, joan Natalie, Elsie Nilsen, Carol
Leavy, Arlene Scholer, Kathleen Kiefer, Patricia Quinn, Marlene Maystrik. Third Row: Linda Vi Vona,
Marie Reiss, Glenn Liestol, Fred Maxey, Patricia White, Barbara Porr.
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Halstead, A. Taub, B. Florence, V. Arculeo, M. Christon, C. Trachtenberg. Second Row: J. Bouladier,
J. Meek, C, Smith, J. Kyle, M. De Martino CTreasD, L. Seawood CPres.D, V. Kreyling CV. Presj, L.
Moriber, J. Cervellion, P. Leuthner. Third Row: B. Michal, C. Schrader, P. Ferris, K. De Bari, J. Gar-
finkel, J. Ferris, K. Keshian, M. Coveney, C. Hernandez, R. Choinski, J. Arkwright. Fourfb Row: C.
Murphy, I. Muller, P. Weiss, V. Allen, C. Freidin, M. Melton, A. Nichols, P. Rankin, R. Greco, D.
Agostinetti, S. Petrowski, R. Kahn.
unior Red Cross
The small, round, white pin with the red cross on it is
a familiar sight to everyone. Every year a collection is
made for the Red Cross and donators are given this pin.
The Junior Red Cross Club is proud to say that they help
toward making this drive a success. In afiliation with the
Red Cross, this organization sponsors many drives to help
Our officers were President, Linda Seawood g Vice Presi-
dent, Virginia Kreyling, Treasurer, Maria DeMartinog
Secretary, Janet Ferris. Our advisor was Mrs. Felice
VISUAL AID SQUAD-Fran! Row, left to
Visual Aid qua
Receiving instruction from movies is one of the most
enjoyable forms of learning. The Visual Aid Club sees to
it that we have enough films to keep us happy and well
The Visual Aid Club is in charge of all projection
equipment and is responsible for the repair and mainten-
ance of equipment and films. All splicing and transporta-
tion is carried on by members of the club.
Our advisor was Mr. Albert Koehler.
George Arculeo, joan Obremski, Mr. Albert
Koehler CAdvisorD, Ronald Dabal, Richard Murphy. Second Row: jerry Feger, Stephen Dodge,
Kenneth Birmingham, George Demas.
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P. Friggione, C. Campo, J. Dimore, A. Boccio, E. Flack, B. Walker, Miss Marion Donnelly CAdvisorD
Second Row: Y. Williams, L. Gustafson, C. Schultz, M. Bartkowski, D. Junge, C. Linek, D. Wright,
D. Dorrmann, J. Natalie, J. Erb, J. Dennis, A. Casale. Third Row: D. XX'ade, J. Giese, D. Svec, E.
Weisskirchen, L. Beldy, J. Licata, K. Withers, E. Ryan, B. Ostro, M. Razza, R. Dorsch, M. Santanglo
Fourth Rout: A. Christon, A. Sjogren, G. Fortsch, J. Foster, V. Doyle, J. La Rocco.
nior High Mixed Chorus
"Deck the hall with boughs of holly." How gay it was
during the holiday season to hear the carolers as they sang
their way through the halls. Every song proclaimed the
joy of the happy season. Doors on all sides were opened
to let in the merry voices of the chorus together with the
music of the band.
Composed of both girls and boys, the Senior High
Mixed Chorus spends much time in practicing songs to
gladden fellow students' hearts, not only during the Holi-
day Season, but at the annual concert and at assemblies as
This past year Senior High Mixed Chorus was led by
its president Lois Ann Peterson and advised by Miss
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qu' VJ KXNQK D Savino.Set'or1d Row: N. Kalb, K. Hudak, I. Ruddock, B. Schneider, A. Ulrich, L. Beckett, M. Schmid, J.
1 If Staeheli, E. Metzler, A. Bailey, J. Wondergem, B. Young. Third Row: J. Jacob, D. Wagner, B. Roe,
W 'ia , Hochreiter, K. Hahn, A. Southern, Cirenza, R. Dessner, A. Edel, B. Hilth, Metzler, P.
A ,mfg ' XM Balestrino, B. Lucress.
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JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS' GLEE CLUB-Front Row, left
lo rigbz: D. Lempicky, B. Dietz, D. Mofhtt, B. Chenoweth
M. Friedman, K. Turner, L. Boy, G. Battipede, L. Rozzi, B.
Florence, V. Arculeo, L. Christon, D. Spahr, B. Calamis, C.
Phelps, A. Taub, A. Norrito, C. Trachtenberg. Sefond Row:
M. Steinroeder, C. Schwartzman, F. Szaho, L. Schust, C.
Reitz, V. Grifhn, A. Seymour, P. Colquhoun, D. Hill, K.
Pregot, E. Wicks, C. Brasholz, A. Riccon, M. Van Cott, G.
Merrell, J. Gioia, M. Melton, J. Haig, Miss Marion Donnelly
unior High Girls' Glee UA MW
The junior High Girls' Glee Club is a club with four
purposes. Its first purpose is to create an enjoyable experi-
ence for all members. The second is to be of service to the
school and to provide the Christmas Assembly and Con-
cert with good vocal music. The third is to give each girl a
lasting appreciation of music. The last is to bring out the
best in all the voices of the club. Our advisor was Miss
Tbird Row: L. Andreassen, M. Maher, A. Smith, D. Rankin,
Smith, E. Gordon, J. Livingston, K. Wobbe, P. Rankin, A.
Subach, P. Willsey, L. Krabel, E. Skelton, L
J. Dahl, G. Arnold, C. Contarino, C. Staeheli, D. Hansen, j.
Friedman, R. Veltre. Fourlb Row: C. Becker, F. Santomero,
M. Manafar, D. Adorno, M. Wilhelm, I. Latalladi, P. Weiss,
M. Kaufhold, A. Kemp, J. Kirk, D. Steinmetz, M. Medina,
B. Chludzinski, J. Arkwright, C. Dewards, M. Munro, , yffj
Frieden, S. Petrowski, M. Christon, S. Georges, G. Smith.
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Chernes, W. Altevogt, S. Faby, Mr.
Bertram Konowitz CAdvisorD, T.
Bongiorno, R. De Nicola, R. Giese, R.
Catalanello. Serond Raw: S. Ulaha-
kis, A. Kuchins, R. Hartmann, J. Stabb,
H. Harlem, R. Wells, S. Weland, D.
Miller, R. Boman. Third Row: A.
Roman, P. Boccio, G. Potts, D. Doyle,
E. Luthy, J. Pollio, B. Silversmith, P.
7th GRADE GIRLS GLEE CLUB-Front Row, left lo
figblf E. Ivansheck, J. Bruntrager, A. Corwin, S. Ekloff, L.
Holtberg, C. Richey, M. Baumann, L. Waldron, K. McAn-
drews, L. Sass, E. Chao, W. Baum, M. A. Fiorentino, M.
Eisenberg. Serond Row: K. Gillooly, L. Hall, G. Lewis, C.
Gonzales, B. Hugli, B. Lang, E. Berk, Miss Marion Donnelly
CadvisorD, K. McCook, L. Fisher, M. Pies, C. A. Corsaro, B.
Esche, K. Sakal. Third Row: I. Krieger, M. Surge, B. Cirella,
M. Breit, L. Smith, A. Glaser, H. Grotheer, A. Onysko, W.
Saran, S. Spachner, L. Blau, K. Kleinman, M. Spunt, A. John-
son, J. Gunderman, K. Baum, L. Rabinowitz, K. Demetriades.
Fourzh Row: D. Cywinski, L. Langstaff, A. Cannone, L.
Mills, L. Svec, D. Slater, M. Bambara, J. Millina, M. Bor-
mann, L. Wankel, S. Pallett, I. Cleary, B. Zimmerman, V.
Oderman, A. Behrens, J. Ryon.
'ch Grade Girls' Chorus UUi01' High Boys' Chorus
This group of girls gathers together to learn to improve
their voices and to sing in harmony with the other girls of
their own age. These girls are interested in sharing their
own talent with the other members of this school. Under
careful supervision they bring out the very best their
vocal chords can do and join in forming a chorus of
seventh grade girls.
Our advisor was Miss Marion Donnelly.
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opportunity to young boys who wish to train their voices in
preparation for the vocal groups organized in the Senior
High. They extend their talent in the direction of acquir-
ing the rich tones necessary to a well-balanced choral group
and strive to improve their voices in blending with other
Our ofhcers are President, Robert Zysk, Vice President,
Alan Kuchensg Treasurer, Edward Fitzgerald, Secretary,
Ralph Hartman. Our advisor was Mr. Bertram Konowitz.
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DANCE BAND -- Fran! Row, left to right: Thomas Leavy, Betty-joy Young, Arlene Dahl, Vaughn
Surprenant. Serond Row: Mr. William Millner CAdvisorj, Martin Petrella, Victor Ivansheclc, Michael
Goodman, Grant Smith, Richard Giandana, Linda Vi Vona. Third Row: Eleanor Zimmerman, Thomas
Polka, calypso, lindy, stroll, waltz, fox trot-you name
it and they'll play it. That's our dance band. Its members
have formed the group to more fully understand the indi-
vidual problems concerning the playing of dance music
involving several instruments, such as the piano and
guitar, not ordinarily found in a regulation band.
The band is always ready for any school social function
and performs at the Christmas Program and Variety Show
The Dance Band advisor was Mr. William Millner.
Organized to consolidate the interested piano players' of
our school, the Piano Club brings the experienced players
in contact with others who share the hobby and who benefit
from association with fellow hobbyists. This contact
teaches them to play along and share their enthusiasm with
others. Each member expresses his own talent at the key-
board and the other members of the club profit from the
Our ofiicers were President, Robert Zyskg Vice Presi-
dent, Elizabeth Miller, Secretary, Barbara Leonard, Treas-
urer, Clifford Gerber. Our advisor was Mr. Bertram Kono-
PIANO CLUB-Front Row, left I0 riglal: David Rigney, Fred Pravato, Mr. Bertram Konowitz
CAdvisorD, Lorraine Krabel, Allen Zerkin. Second Row: Karin Baum, Robert Zysk, Cliff Gerber,
Elizabeth Miller, Rickie Ann Wessinger, Barbara Eickmeyer. Third Raw: Barbara Leonard, Ronnie
Braunstein, Carol jackson, Carol Sciuto, Gloria Smith.
SENIOR HIGH BAND-Fran! Row: lefi I0 right: C. Vi Vona, B. Young, I. Silverman, J. Wobbe,
P. Greiner, T. Leavy, P. Hecker, A. Dahl, V. Surprenant, E. Nilsen. Second Rowr A. Horn, W. Hoff-
man, R. Bellamente, D. Day, R. Goldstein, Z. Castellana, M. Petrella, P. Mackauf, V. Ivansheck, M.
Goodman, W. Sauter, D. Ring, R. Giandana, B. Tucci, G. Smith. Tbird Row: B. Tornow, C. Schweizer,
E. Wfeiss, L. Mooney, B. Eckert. Fouffh Rauf: M. Towne, R. Byrne, D. Esche, K. Birmingham, M. Razza.
Flutes, clarinets, horns, percussion-all playing a lively
melody and all in tune. Whenever one attends an assembly
program or football game, he is given an opportunity to
hear and enjoy our band as it plays for the occasion. On
Memorial Day and during United States Week our band
marched and played and delighted all spectators. Selected
members marched with the Sewanhaka Band in the Macy's
Thanksgiving Day Parade. '
Band officers were President, Warren Sauter, Vice
President, Michael Goodman, Scrapbook Chief and Treas-
urer, Martin Petrella, Librarians, William Tornow and
Donald Ring. Mr. William Millner was the advisor.
Strike up the band! Everybody loves a band and the
Junior High Band's no exception. To satisfy the musical
inclinations of these students, the Junior High Band was
formed. All Junior High students with a wish to play an
instrument have an opportunity to join. Its chief purpose
is to give students a chance to learn appreciation of good
band music while providing healthy, happy entertainment.
Our advisor was Miss Shirley Homan.
JUNIOR HIGH BAND-Fran! Row: left to riglal: M. Olsen, B. Mayer, S. Maher, K. Schaffer, M.
Melton, A. Taub, A. Potlcin, T. Temple, R. Mistretta, R. DiPaola, B. Schaul. Second Row: P. Rankin
M. Atureo, R. Gottharn, B. Schroeder, J. Gerth, E. Scholer, E, Feeley, S. Dorrmann, E. Rockwood, E.
Piccini. Third Raw: V. Manganaro, E. Morris, K. Wobbe, C. Rover, W. Alexander, J. Dahl, R. Niles,
l ' R. Thoden, D. Clair, R. Tutschulte, D. Miller, J. Stabb, D. Reiner, C. Hennings, K. Pieper, R. DiPaoia,
J. Kalbfleisch, T. Syvertsen, R. Manners. Fourfb Row: B. Cancro, A. Kemp, M. Quinlan, K. Birming-
' S ' ham, R. Hannis, R. Giese.
SOCCER TEAM - Front Row, left lo righz: B. Edwards, M. Fine, F. Helgeson, L. DeRose, J. Kennedy,
I. Abry, P. Maulcauff, A. Medina, K. Berg, I. Boxt, T. Connolly, R. Dennis, F. Pankoke, R. Eckert.
Serond Roux' Mr. W. Peters CCoachD, J. Tuathrocki, J. Paradise, J. Onysko, C. Schweitzer, G. Glaser,
C. Schloss, G. Myers, R. Schaub, E. Kelly, W. Hoffman, A. Markussen, N. Baudo, J. Harlin, T. Wilson,
Opening their first season by defeating North Valley
Stream, South Valley Stream and Elmont proved to be
only the beginning for our Varsity Soccer team. The
following game with Floral Park ended with both teams
scoreless, but soon after Clarke, Carey and North Valley
Stream were easily defeated. Floral Park proved to be a
thorn in our side by once more holding us with a tie game.
However, we went on the emerge victorious once more
against Elmont, Sea Cliffs junior Varsity, Garden City's
Our undefeated Soeeer team Jcorer an-
junior Varsity and Carey. Ending the season by trouncing
Clarke, we were the proud bearers of the title, "Novice
League Champions". Needless to say, Coach Peters was
very proud of his team.
Gerhard Glaser served as captain. He racked up a total
of fifteen points and won the Most Valuable Player award.
Mr. Peters is taking no chances on a poor team in the
future. He has organized a squad of prospective Varsity
players. Serving as their manager is Robert Peyton.
Gerhard Glaser, captain of New Hyde
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The 1957-1958 season was a profitable one for our
Varsity Basketball team. As a result of a grinding schedule
of eighteen games our men had perfected many new skills
and gained valuable experience. Dressed in their Navy
blue and Columbia blue uniforms, the team created a fast-
moving picture on the court.
After losing our first six games, we came back to win
the next two contests versus Plainedge and Herricks. We
suffered losses in our next four games, but once more
bounced back to defeat Levittown and Carey. Our last two
triumphs were against Floral Park and Levittown after
which we suffered two tight losses as the season concluded.
Donald Ring served as captain. Richard Schaub won the
Most Valuable Player Award.
Many of our basketball players will spend the rest of
this year practicing in anticipation of next year's games.
Because not many of his boys will be leaving at graduation
and because there are good-looking prospects, Coach
Moran expects a very good season.
VARSITY BASKETBALL-Front Row, left I0 rigfal: N. Schaul, B. Hall, W. Glickstein, E. Kelly,
D. Watson, D. Ring. Second Row: D. Wassmer, Mr. Ambrose Moran, M. Milo, R. Schaub, G. Myers,
J. Meyer, B. Hilton, A. Sorrentino, A. Markussen, D. Serwer.
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Willsey, J. Campagne, D. Wassmer, G. Heck, W. Brogan. Second Row: A. Agosta, H. Rabinowitz, C.
Allio, N. Grasso, J. Gray, G. Campana, J, Darcy, R. Rankin, D. Serwer. Standing: D. Krogstad
CManagerD, A. Davis CManagerj, Mr. L. Cohen CCoachD, B. Hilton, V. Ivansheck, J. Meyer, A. Horn,
R. Murphy, T. Dillon, B. Smith, R. Erbacher, T. Nichols, A. Siogren CManagerj, Mr. S. Stempel
Screams and cheers from the spectators bore witness to
the high feeling and tension present at each of our foot-
ball games this year. For many students, attending a school
football game was a new experience. Great rivalries arose
among the schools of our area and students spent many
hours in heated discussions with friends from competing
schools. The drive to win tempered by the spirit of good
sportmanship evidenced by our Hrst football team at Me-
morial will be remembered by all. This season was a rug-
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Every afternoon after school, the squad could be found
practicing passing, tackling and blocking under the super-
vision of their coach, Mr. Leon Cohen. The team was
kept under strict training rules.
Richard Murphy and Victor Ivansheck served as co-
captains. Because of his outstanding offensive and defen-
sive work, Victor Ivansheck was selected by his teammates
for the Most Valuable Player award.
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D. Wassmer, J. Gray, D. McAllister, B. Smith, R. Murphy.
Second Row: T. Connolly, H. Orr, C. Collins, P. Zipper, N.
Grasso, A. Mikowslci, F. Scholer, D. Watson. Third Row:
J. Harlin, E. Razza, T. Moran, T. Smith, R. Giandana, V.
Ivansheck, G. Campana. Fourth Row: Mr. S. Stempel
CCoachD, W. Poudron. Fifth Row: D. Miller, J. Campanis,
R. Doumar, N. Laskowitz, J. Prat, D. Krogstad, R. Grunert,
S. Stout, M. Cunningham.
Lacrosse is one of the fastest growing sports on Long
Island. With the opening of nine new schools, the team
will play a thirteen-game schedule, Mr. Stemple will be
coaching his boys on the techniques of cradling, pass-
ing, and scoring every day until their first official game f
with Carey. Our fast-moving, rough and tumble boys
will be led by the experience of Charles Balestrino an fi! X,
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the Track and Field Club. Mr. Peters will be coaching
his men not only in the techniques of running, but also
in the skills involved in pole vaulting, high jumping,
broad jumping, hurdling, discus throwing and shot
putting. The club will attend twelve meets with their
opener to be played versus Elmont.
TRACK AND FIELD - Front Row, lefl zo right: D. Serwer,
C. Allio, S. Trachtenberg, D. Boland, D. Willsey, W. Brogan,
K. Leupp, C. Hoenig, M. Gina. Second Row: D. Oehl, F.
Maxey, K. Berg, B. Haig, R. Wagner, D. Reiner, C. Fascano,
D. Dickson. Third Row: W. Trutt, S. Caltagirone, T. Dillon,
G. Feger, R. johnson, C. Hennings, J. Leahy. Fourlb Row: P.
Weiss, D. jackson, G. Hill, K. Cavanagh, B. Bergbom, E.
Zarcone, W. Carlsen, C. Hennings, E. Morris, A. Edel. Fifth
Row: A. Hopkins, W. Natalie, Mr. W. Peters CCoachD, R.
Bellamente, R. Ashker.
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BASEBALL --Front Row, lefi lo right: N. Ogden, H. Rab-
inowitz, T. Nichols, A. Sorrentino. Sefond Row: G. Cuffaro,
S. Moculeski, J. Onysko, S. Pace. Third Row: F. Ioppolo,
R. Goldstein, C. Schweizer, Mr. D. Star CCoachD.
Looking forward to a vigorous twenty game sched-
ule, the Varsity Baseball team will open its season by
playing their first scheduled game with Plainview.
Coach Star anticipates a well-balanced team combining
eager prospects with a leaven of experienced men. Such
stalwarts as Frank Bonnelli, Robert Rankin and Thomas
Nichols will lend balance to lesser experienced hope-
fuls as Gary Heck, Stan Moculeski, Stanley Pace and
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L. Cohen CAdvisorD, R. Muli, W. Natalie, R. Sirianni, R. Koplin. Second Row: F. Muli, J. Egan, T.
Mulieri, A. Davis, J. Sheerin, W. Pouelson, G. Heck. Third Row: R. Rankin, P. Wolynec, D. Oehl,
H. Denninger, H. Orr, A. Markussen, R. Glickstein, B. Haig.
Boys' LCHJSI Corps
"Tickets for the game!" "Tickets for the game!" A
member of Boys' Leader Corps is once more doing a ser-
vice for the school.
The purpose of the Corps is to develop and utilize the
powers of leadership of its members to the purpose that
they may be able to assist in all phases of the physical edu-
cation program, and be ready to serve self, school, and
The boys have worked very hard and given much time
Leader Corps Boyr huild 4 Jtfong pyru-
The hoyr get pointer! on the rhillr of
to uphold our high standards. This year with the guidance
of our advisor, Mr. Leon Cohen, we helped out in gym
classes, assisted during fire drills, sold tickets for athletic
contests and supervised at home basketball games. We
sponsored the Student-Faculty basketball game as a means
to raise money.
Our ofhcers were President, Harold Orr, Vice Presi-
dent, Gary Heck, Secretary, james Sheering and Treasurer,
Boyr' Leader Cofpr memhefr dirplay their
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Opening this year by taking in new members and in- others, playing sports and making new friends. Topping
ducting them at our traditional candlelight ceremony was off the year for the seniors was an unforgettable trip to
only a beginning for the activities of the Girls' Leader Pawling, New York.
Corps. Under the guidance of our advisor, Miss Rosalia Our ofhcers were President, Karen Ettelg Vice Presi-
Gioia, we served during air raid drills, ofhciated at girls dent, Arlene Bocciog Recording Secretary, Patricia Tate,
intramurals and assisted in the gym. In December we Corresponding Secretary, Judith Stout, and Treasurer,
conducted the first Girls' Week at Memorial. Judith Erb.
With the work came fun and satisfaction from helping
GIRLS' LEADER CORPS - From Row, left zo rigbl: J. Natalie, J. Stout CCorr. Secj, J. Eib CTreas.D,
C. Goldstein, A. Boccio CV. Pres.D, Miss Rosalia Gioia CAdvisorD, M. Reiss, K. Ettel CPres.j, P. Tate
CRec. Sec.D, J. Schroeder, L. Ludin. Sefond Row: D. Dorrmann, S. Widmer, M. Pollio, S. Farber, S.
Klausner, H. Riemer, J. Holm, Y. Williams, C. Pelkowski, D. Wright, N. Fuelling, C. Ginzburg. Tbifd
Row: M. Zanetti, M. Wallrapp, C. Creta, J. Cancro, A. Jacobson, R. Dessner, B. Reiss, A. Bailey, S.
Konowalow, K. Hahn, E. Weiss, P. Stephens.
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Let'J ga Memorial!
Varsity Cheerleaders 1
"Peppy", "spirited" and "attractive" are only a few of
the words that can be used to describe our Varsity Cheer-
leaders. The club was organized in December, 1956. At
the beginning of this year the cheerleaders chose Barbara
Anderson as captain and Margie Schmidt as co-captain.
Holding cake sales and selling boosters so they could pur-
chase new uniforms kept the club very busy. The girls
spent each free afternoon practicing jumps, vaults and
F-I-T-E Hgh! team fight!
cartwheels, in addition to learning new hegylg l ing
cheers to the large group of girls h hope someday
become members of their orga n,rfdku d out the
year's activities. ft
Under the guidance of plieiryfugvisbr, iss -pnstance
Darnowski, they enhancf ou fblls e nts d assem-
blies throughout the yejrfwith lhijjs fill and Olof,
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unior Varsity Cheerleaders
Keeping morale high and cheering our teams to victory
is an important duty of our V. Cheerleaders. Dressed in
the Navy blue and white uniforms, which were created
and tailored by the girls themselves, these twelve juniors
are an added attraction to every event at which they
participate. Led by their captain, janet Young, and co-cap-
tain, Arlene Seltzer, the squad performed at all junior
Varsity and at some of the Varsity games.
Much of the girl's time was spent working hard at
polishing the techniques of cheering and thinking of new
ideas to brighten their performances. The summer months
will see the squad still practicing in anticipation of tryouts
for the Varsity Squad at the beginning of next year. The
club was advised by Miss Constance Darnowski.
JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEAD-
ERS -Ffont: janet Young CCaptainD.
Left to fight: Nancy Fuelling, Constance
Stein, Arlene Seltzer, Jeanne Muzzonigro,
Joan Obremski, Alice Bailey, Beatrice
Rivera, Karen Hudak, Marilyn Wallrapp,
Dolores Gonzalez, Elizabeth Reiss.
TWIRLERS - Lefl lo right: Sandra Bosand, Patricia White, Marie Reiss, Barbara Williamson, Jeanne
Feldman, Marcella Olive, Judy Liotta CCaptainD, Eileen Mc Crea, Deanna Breit, Barbara Ostro, Dorothy
Junge, Nancy Zith, Marilyn Dmuchowski.
The Twirlerr lead Memorial High
at the parade rlimaxing Uniled
Tfne Twirlerr give :be rtudentr a
rample of what lbey do at the
The Twirlerr lake time out for a
The band plays a roll-off, the street beat ends, there is
a moment of silence and the twirlers begin their routine.
Working for perfection in their twirling and in their pre-
cision marching keeps the girls busy at their practice ses-
sions twice weekly. We have been working on the skills
involved in drill team marching.
This year under the leadership of Judy Liotta, captain,
and Barbara Ostro, co-captain, we performed at football
games, basketball games and assemblies. The talent show
saw us following the western theme twirling to "The
Yellow Rose of Texas" in cowgirl outfits. Our advisor was
Mrs. Carolyn Tallow.
enior High Sp orts
A cheer followed by a rush for free ice
cream marked the end of the first volleyball
playday at Memorial. On the faces of our own
Sports Club members could be detected a glow
of pride and sense of accomplishment for
sponsoring and then winning the playday.
This year with the emphasis on team sports we
were kept busy holding tournaments and
participating in playdays with other schools.
Our advisor was Miss Rosalia Gioia.
The Gym flair learns llae Jkillf of volley-
Min Gioia tower az jump ball.
Members of the Pep Club may be found
giving their whole-hearted support to the
cheerleaders at all sports events. Sitting in a
reserved section, this group of junior High
girls forms the backbone of our school's cheer-
ing body. Pep Club is an organization for
aspiring cheerleaders. With the aid of our
advisor, Miss Constance Darnowski, we hope
to organize a group of card sections in the
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Perfecting such techniques as dives,
springs, rolls, and head stands were the goals
for this year's Senior High Tumbling Club.
We especially enjoyed working on the rings,
ropes, parallel bars and trampoline under the
supervision of our advisor, Miss L. Theresa
In December some of our members helped
to organize and stage a tumbling exhibition in
which we demonstrated the skill we have
Anyone passing in the vicinity of the Girls
Gym while the Modern Dance Club is in
session would be startled by the cacophony of
thumps, squeaks, and occasional bits of music
emanating from the area. Actually the girls
are learning the art of graceful bearing, inter-
pretive motion, self-expression - the modern
dance. Under the guidance of Miss Glenda
Grossman we have a wonderful time gaining
experiences which will serve us throughout
life. Our officers were President, Arlene
Bocciog Vice President, Rochelle Hymowitzg
and Treasurer, Sarina Veltre.
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this is easy!" "Whee-e-e!" These are the
usual, audible accompaniments to the sessions
of the junior High Tumbling Club, especially
marked in the corner which houses the tramp-
Our organization was formed to stimulate
and foster interest in tumbling both for the
beginner and the more advanced gymnast.
Under the direction of Miss L. Theresa
Olmeda we developed new skills and per-
fected old ones.
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Football . . .
Freshman Board . .
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Girls Leader Corps. . . .
Girls Physical Education . .
Guidance and Health .
Economics. , .
Honor Society . .
Industrial Arts . .
Band . .
God . . .
junior High Boys Chorus . .
junior High Library Club . .
junior Hi-lites ..----
junior High Mixed Chorus .
High Sports Club . .
junior High Student Council
junior Red Cross -----
'IV Cheerleaders .
Key Club .....
Knights of Aristotle . .
Lance Editors . .
Lance Staffs . .
Language . .
Math and Science . . .
Memories of 1957-58 . -
Music . .....
Office Staff . . .
Omega-Chi Hi-Y . .
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Photography Club .
Piano Club ....
Principal's Message . .
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School Dedication .
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Senior and junior Tumbling and
Modern Dance Club . . .
Senior Band ........
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Senior High Sports Club . . .
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