New Hyde Park Memorial High School - Lance Yearbook (New Hyde Park, NY)
- Class of 1959
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Mrs. Violo S. Southern
in every communiTy people become ossocioTed ociively wiTh one or more
groups unTil The idenTiTy is compleTe ond we connoT Think of one wiThouT The
oTher. So iT is wiTh The educc1Tion of children. In surveying educoTionol leoder-
ship in The communiTy, whether iT be The erecTion of odequoie schools, on im-
porTonT lioison beiween The porenTs ond The school, or o reol friend To The boys
ond girls of New Hyde Pork, one person sTc1nds ouT os synonymous wiih Tireless
public service. Becouse of her greoT coniribuiion To educoiion, we of New
Hyde Pork Memoriol High School ore especiolly hoppy To dedicoie The 1959
Lonce To our good friend ond neighbor, The PresidenT of The CenTrol High
School Boord of Educoiionz Mrs. Violo S. Souihern.
NEW YORK CITY! What magic these Three words perpetrate in the minds of men! One
instantly visualizes Towering skyscrapers, teeming millions, bright lights and a busy
center of international travel, Trade and commerce.
However, New York is not only The symbol of business and The work-a-day world to
a great mass of people, but in addition it is the symbol of recreation, relaxation and
culture to an even greater number of people in This country and in foreign lands as
well. Broadway, Carnegie Hall, the ivlet and Madison Square Garden as well as numer-
ous museums, libraries, colleges and universities show forth the variety and depth of the
Hner things in life to be found in the Big City. Truly no other metropolis in the world
offers so many enriching cultural opportunities To so many people from all walks of life.
Come along with us as we take a stroll along Those famous sidewalks of New York,
the city which has so profound an efTect on The lives of us all.
Table of Contents
Faculty ............ 9
Student Government. . . 2I
Seniors ........... . 4l
Sports. . . . 57
Clubs. . . . . 83
Memories ..... . . I I I
Advertisements. . . . I I7
Mr. Thomas F. Eakins
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Mrs. Anne M. Boeckmann
Mr. Russell F. Thomas
Mr. William E. Ryder
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Mrs. Viola S. Southern
President, District 5
Were I to be given the assignment of writing a book on education, I would choose
as my title, "Task Force-Education." This book would tell the thrilling story of America's
most valuable asset, the children in the classrooms of our schools today, and the role
our schools must be prepared to play in the complex cold-war world of tomorrow. It
is upon these children and upon our schools that the hope and future of our country
rests. Theirs is the great responsibility of carrying on, under conditions more challeng-
ing than ever before in our history, the glorious traditions and the national heritage
which is America.
The responsibility of preparing our children to meet this challenge, rests, as always,
upon proper administration of our public schools. We must insist that our teachers ob-
tain the best possible professional preparation. Our schools must be fully staffed, our
curriculum complete, so as to prepare our students properly for their place in the
world as useful citizens. However, theirs must be more than an education in the basic
fundamentals. It must be implemented with an appreciation and understanding of the
moral and spiritual values of life, together with a deep and sincere love of country.
Without these, they would be human machines, able to calculate but devoid of spirit.
These are the problems confronting our task force. This is Ame-rica's challenge. Our
schools must be prepared to meet it.
Viola S. Southern
President, Board of Education
Central High School District No. 2
Mr. Samuel Nadler Mr. J. Edwin Russell Mr. Alfred G. Kiefer Mr. Alfred Loew
District I6 District Clerk District Treasurer Attorney
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Mr. R. lester Springer
Mr. Alfred B. Caine
Assistant District Principal
Dr. Ursula M. Stewart
Mr. Kenneth E. Place
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Dr. Harry Rosenberg
Dr. Jerome Niosi
Director of School
Congratulations to the statt of THE LANCE
on another fine publication! This yearbook
records the highlights ot school activities.
After graduation, many will continue your
education, some will obtain employment, some
will become homemakers and a few will con-
tinue to seek your place in this community.
Most of you will want to live on Long lsland.
What a wonderful opportunity to grow and
spend your years of greatest contribution in
one of the most rapidly growing communities
in the United States where opportunities
On Long Island, higher educational op-
portunities are expanding rapidly. Business
and industry are coming to this section in in-
creasing numbers and on a planned basis.
Population is increasing at a rapid clip. Fa-
cilities for recreation, entertainment and cul-
tural opportunities are ever expanding.
Nearness to New York City is a cultural asset.
Congratulations on your achievements and
best wishes tor much success and happiness in
achieving your potential in lite.
Robert L. Springer
Principal of the District
Mr. Peter Carter
Director of Physical
Dr. Charles McNeeley l5ClUCOliOf1, Health
Dental Supervisor and Recreation
Mr. Harry B. Spencer
Director of Instruction
and Pupil Personnel
Dr. Jules A. Holub
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Mr. Alfred G. Kiefer
Mrs. Wilma Leadbeter
Dr. Thomas F. looby
Director of Adult
Mrs. Ruth Backiel
Mrs. Dorothy Levy
Mr, Alfred Kumerow
Miss Evelyn Mertz
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Mr. Charles Hill
Mr. Adolph Scholl Mr. Walter Thompson
Central High School District 52 is a complex net-
work of six iunior and senior high schools, which is
controlled by a central oftice. So great is this net-
work that one often wonders how the curricula in
each of the schools are kept so uniform. At this
point, we become aware-of the Subiect Area Co-
ordinators. It is their function to regulate the uni-
formity of these curricula in the schools throughout
the district. In order to do this, each Coordinator is
familiar with every phase of subject matter and
student-teacher relations within his department.
Coupling this knowledge with a vast store of actual
teaching experience, the Coordinator performs his du-
ties quickly and etticiently.
Although we never see these Coordinators be-
cause their ofhces are located at Sewanhaka, these
people play an important role in the lives of each
and every student in the district.
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School Nurse Science
Mrs. Lena O'Connell 8 Mr. Carl Eklund
Girls' Physical Education
Miss Virginia Gill
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Miss Ida Ostrander
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Dr. Jerome Niosi
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Mrs. Mary Olsen
Secretary to Mr. Randolph
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Secretary to Dr. Niosi
Pupil Personnel Services
Mr. Nicholas Carell
TO THE CLASS OF l959:
You are graduating from high school at a
time when the educated man or woman is held
in higher esteem than ever before. Therefore,
it is our hope that you will all continue with
your education. Whether you attend college
or seek employment, you will find many op-
portunities to build upon the education that you
already have. Take advantage of them. Dis-
play the same qualities of courage, self
reliance and ambition that have been charac-
teristic of you as a class during the past three
It has been a stimulating experience to work
with you. We are proud to be able to look
upon you from now on as alumni.
John S. Randolph
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Pupil Personnel Service
CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION: LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Albert Koehler,
Mrs. Sheila November, Mr. John McElderry, Mrs. Florence Dubin,
Mr, Leslie Chaitoft. INSET: Mr. John McElderry, Chairman.
lf man could not communicate with his fellow man,
gone forever would be great metropolises such as New
York City and all other evidences of civilization found
in the world today. The vital duty of acquainting
Memorial's students with their native Tongue is given to
the English Department. This department meets this
challenge by conducting studies in the fields ot litera-
ture, composition and grammar and in so doing
equips our students with a vital tool which they can
put to effective use in keeping the wheels of progress
LANGUAGE: LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Louis Anastasia, Mrs. Dorothy
Flannery, Mr. John Whitebread, Miss Mildred Spano, Mr. Ludwig
Kronheim, INSET: Mr. Louis Anastasio, Chairman.
The goal of the Citizenship Education Department at
Memorial is to train young men and women to lead
lives as useful, well-informed citizens. Here students are
versed in European and American History as well as
in current events. These courses serve to instill in the
minds of Memorial's students an understanding and ap-
preciation of our American ideals and traditions, as
well as constructive attitudes toward responsibilities
and privileges enioyed by the citizens of our great
nation. The work of this department is of primary im-
portance, for the future of our land and of the world
rests in the hands of today's students.
ENGLISH: FIRST ROW, Left to right: Mrs. Diane Oestrcicher, Mr
Grant Steinhauer, Mrs, Rosalind lNeiss. SECOND ROW: Mrs
Katherine Byrne, Mr. George Castigan, Miss Marlene Boyd, Mr
Jack London, Mrs. Ruth Rosenberg. INSET: Mr, Grant Steinha
New York is a melting pot of people of many na-
tionalities, each with his own country and native
tongue. In man's quest for a fuller life and more
thorough understanding of his fellow man, languages
play an integral role. Here, at Memorial in teaching
German, French, Latin and Spanish, the language de-
partment acauaints students not only with basic g'am-
mar and vocabulary, but also with customs and
teachings of the people who speak these languages.
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Mathematics plays o vital role in the lives ot every
one of us. The Mathematics Department realizes this
and ofters courses to meet the demands of each and
every student in Memorial from college aspirants to
future housewives. In addition to the regular classroom
study of mathematics, a number ot contests and field
trips, which serve to broaden the student's knowledge
of mathematics and its applications, are sponsored by
this very active department.
MATHEMATICS: LEFT TO
RIGHT: Mr. Kenneth Skid-
more, Mrs. Pauline Kondulis,
Mrs. Rosalind Deutschmann,
Mrs. Constance Stoll, Mr.
Anthony Mattei, Mr. Allan
Schwartz, Mr, Ignatius Guc-
Keeping right in step with our modern era of space
satellites and in an eftort to meet the increased de-
mand tor science in all levels of education, our Science
Department otiers courses in physics, chemistry, biology
and other fields ot science. Here students learn and
are acquainted with actual laboratory procedures and
methods used to solve problems logically. ln addition,
field trips and an annual Science Fair are sponsored
to foster an interest in science throughout the student
SCIENCE: SEATED: Mr. Ora Walters. Left to right: Mr. Charles Tobias, Mr. William Brookes, Mr. Stanley
Goldman, Mr. Fabian Glassman, Mr. John Romano, Miss Phyllis Mandell. INSET: Mr, Ora Wolters, Chair-
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JUNIOR HIGH MATH AND
SCIENCE: LEFT TO RIGHT:
Mr. Mario Genovese, Miss
Patricia Devlin, Mr. Frank
Lo Cascio, Mrs. Emma Gold-
finger, Mr. Edwin Heroy, Mr.
Thomas Amendola, Mr. David
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Citizenship Education Math and Science
Under the curriculum of this department, students
study the past and the present while learning the
ideals of our American heritage in Citizenship educa-
tion classes. English classes teach the students hovv to
express themselves clearly. Thusly, this department
lays the toundation for training the students of today
to be the usetul citizens ot tomorrow.
Basic training in mathematics and science courses is
given to junior high students by this department. ln
addition to straight subiect matter, students receive
orientation in processes ot thinking a problem through
and solving it logically in courses designed to meet
each individual's needs. These courses serve as a fine
stepping stone, tor future citizens, to more advanced
fields ot mathematics and science.
CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION AND ENGLISH: LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Leona Oloerstein, Miss Marcia Sohl, Miss
Helen McGrath, Mr. Charles Roberts, Mrs. Elsie Clayman, Mr, Arthur Delaney, Miss Marlene Boyd, Mr.
Bernard Wallerstein, Miss Loretta Carney. INSET: Mrs. Elsie'Clayman, Chairman,
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Miss. Gould is C'lWGY5 ready To lend G Mr. Koehler makes his classes interesting by "lt's quite easy girls. You iust need ten
helpms hand- discussing current events as Lois Maystrick fingers and hours of practice," that's
looks on. Mr. Organ's advice.
"The idea is to make something useful," says
Mr. De NiCOlG. Miss Gioia referees an active game of soccer.
Viola, violin, or bass, Mr. Weinberg plays
Topography is used by Mr. Steinhauer to
help explain American literature.
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Mr. La Cassio demonstrates to the
class the process of osmosis.
Mrs. Hershey initiates neophytes into
the intricacies of pastry baking.
Miss Boyd presents "Around the World in
Mr. Star "drives" home a point as Nick Baudo
steodies himself to drive home the crowd.
Mrs. Kondulis and Marcia Hilton par
ollel instruction for parollel lines . . .
Mrs. Golding's examinations are strictly "root
"Here is where you turn it on." Mr. Honig ex-
plains to the boys.
Up, up, up it goes as Mr, Wolters ex-
plains oir pressure to his Physics closs.
Mr. Anostasio and Susan Rapp show us
how to navigate about Memorial "en
Fit and alert are the watchwords of this
vital department. Developing poise, coordi-
nation, skill and sportsmanship in Memo-
rial's girls is accomplished by means of a
curriculum which includes social dancing
and intramural sports programs in addition
to regular gymnasium and health classes.
Moreover, a great deal ot pleasure is
derived by each participant from the vari-
ous programs sponsored by this depart-
LIBRARY: LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Dorothy Tootle, Miss
Lena Gould, Chairman.
When one thinks ot centers ot business,
New York ranks high on the list tor it is
the center ot innumerable domestic and in-
ternational industries. Naturally these ac-
tivities demand a great army ot otiice
workers. The Commercial Department at
Memorial helps meet this demand by train-
ing hundreds ot students in commercial
fields ranging from retailing to secretarial
work. This department has been so success-
tul that commercial students from Memorial
have encountered little dilticulty in secur-
ing advantageous positions in the business
GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION: LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss
Rosalia Gioia, Miss Livia Olmeda, Miss Judith Ruder-
man, Mrs. Carolyn Tallow. Inset: Miss Rosalia Gioia,
A school without a library would be like
an army without weapons. Our library is a
vast storehouse ot knowledge tor the in-
quiring student and our well-trained library
staff is always ready with the key to un-
lock the door leading to these treasures.
COMMERCIAL: LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Hayden Allen,
Miss Gaile Balsam, Miss Elaine Bernard, Miss Sara Lee
Scott, Mrs. Charlotte Sapadin, Mr. John Rooney. Inset:
Mr. Hayden Allen, Chairman.
BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr
William Peters, Mr. Samuel Stemple, Mr. David Star,
Mr, Ambrose Moran, Mr. Leon Cohen. Inset: Mr.
David Star, chairman.
Just as New York City is noted as a
center of all types ot art work, the Art De-
partment is making Memorial the scene of
great activity in such tields as painting and
ceramics. I-lere future artists are given in-
dividual training and attention while work-
ing on such projects as tastetul showcase
displays and school decorations. This pro-
gressive department certainly is a credit to
MUSIC: LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. William Millner, Mr.
Donald Weinberg, Mr. Bertram Konowitz, Miss Shirley
Homan, Miss Marion Donnelly. Inset: Mr. William Mill-
A healthy mind works best in a healthy
body. Keeping this in mind, the Boys' Physi-
cal Education Department trains the bodies
ot young men in a program which begins
with gymnasium classes and progresses in
intensity to varsity teams in six interscho-
lastic sports. ln addition to this, health and
driver education courses are oFfered to stu
dents by this hustling department
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ART: LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Lloyd Huyser, Mrs. Janet
Greftrath, Mr. James DeNicola, Mr. Eugene Weinger.
Inset: Mr. James De Nicola, chairman.
Music from contemporary "pops" to the
classics and all varieties in between can be
found in the great cultural center, New
York City. We at Memorial are fortunate in
having a Music Department which also ot-
ters a wide range ot musical selections. For
those vocally inclined, there are several
choruses while we have concert and dance
bands tor the instrumentalists. ln addition,
the Marching Band has proven itselt the
best in the District, thus attesting to the
energy and success ot our fine Music
This department consists of the Guidance and
Health Departments. Each performs specific duties
for the students. The Guidance Department takes
care of all problems relating to studies and voca-
tions while the Health Department keeps the students
physically able to fulfill their obligations. They do
their work wisely and well and so we have a happy
Student Body at Memorial.
PUPIL PERSONNEL: SEATED, left to right: Miss L. Place, Mrs. E.
Hummel, Mrs, F, Golding, Dr. U. Stewart. STANDING: Mrs. M.
Connolley, Mr. M. Cheiken, Mr, J. Foley, Mr. W. Brenner.
Charged with the duty of training teenage girls
for careers as successful homemakers, our Home
Economics department boasts a well-rounded pro-
gram of instruction. The busy whir of sewing ma-
chines and the tantalizing fragrances wafting
through the corridors in this section of the building
make students at Memorial aware of the great
amount of activity in this department.
HOME ECONOMICS: LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Marian Hershey, Mrs.
Rosa Bristow, Miss Lucille Moseley. INSET: Mrs. Marian Hershey,
New York City is typified by towering skyscrapers
and wide spread construction. The men who erect
and repair these great buildings received intensive
training in their manual skills before entering the
world of heavy construction. Here in our Industrial
Arts Department, students receive the rudiments of such
subiects as mechanical drawing, woodworking and auto
mechanics, which prepare them for more intensive
training in these Helds, as well as providing practical
knowledge for home repairs.
INDUSTRIAL ARTS: LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Silver Casbarra, Mr.
Arnold Honig, Mr. William Keller. INSET: Mr. Silver Casbcirra,
New York City's vastness gives rise to many prob-
lems of sanitation and maintenance. Here at Memor-
ial, we encounter similar problems and dealing with
these problems is the duty of the custodial staff.
Evidences of the staff's efficiency can be found
throughout Memorial, outside on our well-cared
for grounds and inside our clean, sanitary building.
CUSTODIANS: PICTURED, left to right: B. McFadden, .l. Caddyin,
Head Custodian, J. Gorski. NOT PICTURED: C. Flower, P. Guili-
ano, F. Janovsky, G. Knipper, T. Leopold, P. Mancuso, J. Melillo,
J. O'Connell, E. Rivera, C. Russo, R. Slingo.
The cafeteria staff here at Memorial must meet
the daily demands of hundreds of hungry young
students. Each day they prepare a choice of meals
which not only look, smell and taste good but which
are also nutritionally well-balanced. In addition to
satisfying appetites, these meals contribute greatly
to the happy atmosphere one Hnds prevalent in the
cafeteria, at all times.
CAFETERIA: SEATED, left to right: B. Heller, J. Beyer, R. Owens,
I. Basile, M. Michaels, S. Simone, J. Vivona. STANDING: A. Spei-
gel, D. Walgron, A. Munro, V. Carlson, J. Slater, D. MvCrea, D.
Bruntrager, M. Reitz, T. Christensen.
Behind the scenes at Memorial is the capable,
efficient oftice staff. Issuing daily bulletins, keeping
tabs on all school correspondence and revising rec-
ords are some of the duties of this busy department.
However, in spite of this great activity, our office
staff is always ready and willing to lend a helpful
hand to the student or teacher who seeks aid.
OFFICE STAFF: SEATED, left to right: A. Geehan, M. Olsen, K.
Heimer, L. Chylak. STANDING: A. Mayer, W. Spengler, H. Hop-
kins, M. Bracy, E. Vanecek, G. Kahn.
P. T. A.
PTA: FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Mrs. O. Edel,
Mr. J. MacDonald, Mrs. W. Tornow, Mrs. A.
Shapiro, Mrs. E. Mackauf. SECOND ROW: Mr.
C. Roberts, Mrs. L. Holm, Mrs. E, Dubin, Mr. l.
We at Memorial High School are fortunate in having
a very active Parent Teacher Association. Fortunate,
for it is the primary function of the Parent Teacher As-
sociation to foster understanding and cooperation be-
tween the faculty and the parents of the students of
the school and this, of course, is vitally important to
the smooth functioning of any educational system.
This year our PTA has sponsored many programs to
improve relations among students, teachers and par-
ents. Included among these were several open school
PTA Membership Committee volunteers
nights and student-faculty panels which discussed prob-
lems common to those connected with Memorial.
By no means forgetting the students of Memorial, the
PTA has originated and is perpetuating a PTA Scholar-
ship and Student Loan Fund, from which it makes an
annual graduation award to a deserving Senior. ln
order to raise money for this fund the PTA sponsored
a number of cake sales, dances and other social events
during the year.
Mrs. Tornow, PTA President, presents
sign up new recruits during Back to PTA member, Mrs. Freiden, serves Mr. Randolph at Mr. Randolph with a scholarship check
School Night. the tea held on Teacher Recognition Day. for some outstanding senior.
rs. Florence Dubin
SENIOR BOARD: FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Tom Wilson, Paul Greiner, Mr. L, Kronheim, Mrs. F. Dubin
Advisers, Martin Petrella, Catherine Murphy. SECOND ROW: Emilie Flack, Frances Calia, Pauline Rubelsky
Lynn Gustafson, Mary Bartkowski, Dot Junge, Janet Young, Eleanor Romano. THIRD ROW: Gail Becker
Joan Fasone, John Onysko, Donald McAllister, Edward Blair, Andrea Berg, Anita Simonsen.
This, our last year at Memorial, was a very mem-
orablefgne as the Senior Board was kept busy initiat-
ing and regulating the many different activities ot
the Class ot l959.
Early in November the Board sponsored a prot-
itable magazine subscription sale which was closely
followed by the very successful Senior Tea. The tirst
Senior Alumni Winter Dance, "Sleigh Bells" was the
highlight of the winter social season, while the Sen-
ior play and our booth at the Bazaar were also
highly successful. Topping oft the year were the Sen-
ior Ball and, of course, Graduation, both of which
were the source ot some ot our fondest memories
of our wonderful years in high school.
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SCCVQTUVY Student Council
Members of the Senior Board are re-
minded of the goal they have to
reach for the class trip.
Seniors never let up on the books until
Bruce Roe and Tony Sorrentino make
sure that they will pass that LAST
Mrs. Hummel instructs members of the Class of '59
on the proper procedure when taking scholarship
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Fran puts the seniors in the "dog-house"
for not selling enough magazine sub-
Dress-up Day finds our Seniors "sportin" the
Judy Erb, Angela Casale, and Carolyn
Campo believe that "practice makes
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Class Prexy, Paul Greiner tells the Senior
Assembly of the planned events of the 1
Gary and Nick take a last look at
Officers of the Senior Board spend all of their time
working hard for the class of 59.
all the school trophies.
Mrs. D'Auria and Mrs. Breit smile
for the photographer as
Fran Calia, Dot Junge, Joan Fa-
sone, Bunny Johnson, Bruce Roe,
Gary Metzler and Ed Sakai enter-
tain their mothers at the Senior
Beaux and Belles dance amidst
the many flowers of Shangri-La.
they enioy the re-
Joan Vanecek, top seller for the
magazine campaign receives her
prize from Paul Greiner,
Mrs. Rosenberg serves tea to Mrs. Flannery,
Mrs. Tootle, Miss Gould and Stan Lozowski.
Nancy Fuelling, Barbara Ostro, Irene Finkel,
Maddi Belitz, and Andy Berg prepare the re-
freshments tor the Senior Tea.
King Philip DeNicola and Queen Mary Bartkowski smile
as they begin their reign at the Junior Prom.
Chris Christie, Susan Farber, Mar-
lene Joerg, and Joan Vanecek are
pleased with their rewards for ex-
cellent magazine salesmanship.
Jeanette Agosto, Linda Kissel and
Carol Gardner escort Mr. Petrella
Rayna D'auria and John Jaeger doing . . .
a Cha Cha?
Good music and entertainment were su
, I P' l'll bet thot's Gus Longabardi grinning as
plled bY 'loe Bows Bond' he dances with Mary Ann Sciallo.
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Chairmen of "Sleigh Bells," Barbara Charlie Allio and Barbara Anderson, a 1958 Lance editors return for a
Osto, Paul Greiner and Marty Pet- bouncy twosome at Memorial lost year, visit to their old alma mater.
rello, dance a slow one with their don't look as if they had changed a bit.
Memorial's faculty graciously chap- Alumni ond dares enioy ,he
erones the dance, . . . . . "pause that refreshes."
i959 Lance editors enloy the holiday season with their
Mr. Stanley GOICIFUGN
JUNIOR BOARD: FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Wallrapp, M. Zanetti. J. Adelman, Mrs. Sapadin, Mr. Gold-
man, Mrs. Weiss, Advisers: M. Milo, T. Genovese, B. Neuschulz. SECOND ROW: A. Rothkin, R. Strassner,
C. Hebenstreit, R. Shapiro, C. Vi Vona, D. Serwer, J. Forlenza, M. Turner, M. Eipper, A. Seltzer, K. Napoli-
tano. THIRD ROW: l. Weitmann, D, Fiske, A. Jacobson, L. Zdyrko, P. Dziomba, T. Giannini, J. Wondergem,
Earlier this year the members ot the Junior Class
eagerly awaited the arrival ot their class rings. Order-
ing these rings was one of the projects sponsored by
the Junior Board. ln addition to collecting class dues,
the Board sold Christmas cards and ran a booth at the
Student Council Bazaar to finance our various proiects.
Our class trip and the Junior Prom were the high-
Members of the Junior Board "pay up" to receive their
lights ot the Junior Board's activities and both will long
be remembered by the members of the Class of 1960.
Our otticers were President, Michael Milo, First Vice
President, Harold Orr, Second, Vice President, Donald
Oehl, Recording Secretcgyoan Adelman: Corre-
sponding Secrc2gZry,n,,4Timgf1, enovese, Treasurer, Maria
Z tti,,. ur a 's FljLfvvAaslMr. Stanley Goldman
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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: STANDING, left to right:
Harold Orr, Michael Milo, Donald Oehl. SEATED: Marie
Zanetti, Joan Adelman, Tina Genovese.
Alice Bailey, Maria Zanetti, and Joan Adelman
make treasure chests to be used as decorations
for the junior prom.
Tina Genovese and Don Oehl arrange
the display case to announce the junior
prom, "Aqua Mist."
Junior bays wait patiently while Mike Mila is
fitted for his ring.
Mr. Goldman supervises the collection All Juniors must pay their dues or else'
of money from the greeting card sales
Junior olticers approve of the material
to be used as prom decorations.
Members of the iunior class pose for the
photographer on "Dress-Up Day."
Senor and S3'noritas . . . the iuniors are Skilled
in any language.
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JUNIOR BOARD: FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Wallrapp, M. Zanetti. J. Adelman, Mrs. Sopadin, Mr. Gold-
man, Mrs. Weiss, Advisers: M. Milo, T. Genovese, B. Neuschulz. SECOND ROW: A. Rothkin, R. Strassner,
C. Hebenstreit, R. Shapiro, C. Vi Vona, D. Serwer, J. Forlenza, M. Turner, M. Eipper, A. Seltzer, K. Napoli-
tano. THIRD ROW: I. Weitmann, D. Fiske, A. Jocobson, L. Zdyrko, P. Dziomba, T. Giannini, J. Wondergem,
Earlier this year the members ot the Junior Class
eagerly awaited the arrival of their class rings. Order-
ing these rings was one at the projects sponsored by
the Junior Board. In addition to collecting class dues,
the Board sold Christmas cards and ran a booth at the
Student Council Bazaar to finance our various proiects.
Our class trip and the Junior Prom were the high-
Members of the Junior Board "pay up" to receive their
lights of the Junior Board's activities and both will long
be remembered by the members ot the Class of l96O.
Our otticers were President, Michael Milo, First Vice
President, I-larold Orr, Secondy Vice President, Donald
Oehl, Recording Secretary Qoan Adelman, Corre-
sponding Secret rylTimxj' enovese Treasurer, Maria
Z tti, ur aazscflfvlkasx Mr. Stanley Goldman.
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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: STANDING, left to right:
Harold Orr, Michael Milo, Donald Oehl. SEATED: Marie
Zanefti, Joan Adelmon, Tina Genovese.
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Alice Bailey, Maria Zanetti, and Joan Adelman
make treasure chests to be used as decorations
forthe iunior prom.
Mr. Goldman supervises the collection All Juniors must pay
Tina Genovese and Don Oehl arrange
the display case to announce the iunior
prom, "Aqua Mist,"
of money from the greeting card sales
Members ot the iunior class pose for the
photographer on "Dress-Up Day."
Junior ofiicers approve of the material
to be used as prom decorations.
Junior boys wait patiently while Mike Milo
fitted for his ring.
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Senor and Sgnoritas . , . the iuniors a e s i ed
in any language.
AmbiTious, conscienTious and hard-Working -
These Three adiecTives cerTainly apply To our Miss
Sophomore, Joanne Piccarella. Joanne, who very
ably led The Freshman Class lasT year, was
elecTed PresidenT of This year's Sophomore Class.
The admirable ambiTion of becoming a nurse is
one enTerTained by This perT miss. ln addiTion, she
would like To do some Tree-lance wriTing once her
educoTion is compleTed and she has had a good
sTarT Towards achieving This goal by serving as an
ediTor on The Chariof.
This yearfs Mr. Sophomore combines many
apTiTudes and characTerisTics inTo a winning com-
binaTion. His many inTeresTs range from aThleTics
To music To poliTics. A recognized leader, Phil was
elecTed Recording Secreiary of The Sophomore
Board and SecreTary of The Choir. His ready smile
and willingness To Take parT in dramaTic produc-
Tions will sTand him in good sTead as he aspires
To enTer The world of enTerTainmenT aTTer college.
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SOPHOMORE BOARD: FIRST ROW, left to right: J. Zizzo, B, Calamis, R. Lo Curto, Miss M. Spano, Advisor, sm?
J. Piccarella, D. Pagano, N. Furiolo. SECOND ROW: V. Manganaro, V, Kreyling, K. Ewald, A. Eide, C.
Leonard, M. Guenther, L. Schust. THIRD ROW: P, Augello, K, Weise, W. Natalie, P. Balestrino, J. Rudell,
D. Boland, R. Abbate, A. Medina.
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Here we are at last! We finally made it into the Sen-
ior Highl Along with the privileges ot our advanced
class standing we encountered many new responsibili-
ties. Meeting these responsibilities was the task ot the
Sophomore Board. In addition to coping with these
responsibilities, the Board also initiates and regulates
the activities ot the Sophomore Class.
Social activities headlined the busy calendar pro-
posed by our Class Board. Among these activities were
our Sophomore Class Dance, "Autumn Leaves," which
was held on November 26 and our booth at the Stu-
Mary Ann Messana, Roberta Kahn, Phil Balestrino, Joan Pic-
carella, Peter Augello and Miss Spano discuss the plans and ac-
tivities tor the coming year.
dent Council Bazaar. During the tall term members ot
our Board could be seen busily hurrying around Me-
morial selling ielly apples to hungry Gladiators. As
part ot our service program, we filled Christmas bas-
kets and donated money tor eyeglasses to people in
need in our community.
Our othcers were Joan Piccarella, President, Peter
Augello, Vice President, Philip Balestrino, Recording
Secretary, Libby Christon, Corresponding Secretary,
Dennis Boland, Treasurer. Our advisor was Miss M.
SOPHOMORE DANCE COMMITTEE: FIRST ROW, left to right:
Elise Wicks, Miss M, Spano, Mr, F. Glassman, Advisors, Kathleen
De Bari, Diane Miele. SECOND ROW: Elaine Retarides, Dot
Pagano, .loan Piccarella, Carol Johnston, Kathy Ewald, Phillip
Balestrino, Audrey Eide, Peggy Weiss, Maggie Cogan, Jackie
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Miss Spano and Mr. Glassmon start the campaign for old The decoration committee for the Soph Dance look over
eyeglasses for the needy with Louis Schreiber, Joanne Pi- their handiwork.
carrella, and Don Krogstadt.
Roberta Kahn, Phil Balestrino, Pete Augello and Mary
Ann Messona study a favorable treasury report with Corps.
Many Sophomore girls were inducted into Leaders'
Wayne Kwiatkowski is helped with his
make-up tor his important role in Little
Happy "Sophs" pack canned goods for ci
Sophs get ready to play Santa Claus for a
needy family at Christmas time.
David Rigney Joanne llfis
The Roll of Honor
The fuTure leaders pictured on This page are, in The eyes of The Teachers of The Junior
High School, Those That besT exemplify The ideals of characTer, integrity, personaliTy and
scholarship so sought afTer Today.
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FRESHMAN BOARD: FIRST ROW, left to right: Dave Reiner, Carole Watson, Cheryl Edwards, Joe Savage.
SECOND ROW: Edward Feurey, Bob Zysk, Victor Kane, John Stabb, Randy Harris.
Composed ot representatives from each of the eleven
ninth ,grade homerooms, the Freshman Board actively
directed the activities of the Class of 1961 while help-
ing prepare the members of the class for the transition
to the Senior High School. ln addition the Board also
lends its support to the various school-wide functions
held in Memorial. '
Among our various activities was included the dec-
laration that all assembly days be considered Freshman
Dress-up Days. The Board's hard-working constitutional
committee headed by Ed Feurey did some outstanding
work this past year in helping solve the problems
facing the Frosh Board. Highlights ot the Board's social
calendar were our booth at the Student Council Bazaar
and the Class trip to Jones Beach in the late spring.
David Reiner served as our President, Carol Watson
as our Vice-President, Cheryl Edwards as our Secretary
and Historian and Joseph Savage as our Treasurer.
Our advisor was Miss Mary Fleming.
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS:
FIRST ROW, left to right: Mr. M.
Genovese, Miss M. Fleming, Miss
P. Mandell, Advisors. SECOND
ROW: Joseph Savage, Treas-
urer, Carole Watson, Vice Presi-
dent, Cheryl Edwards, Secretary,
David Reiner, President.
Ninth Graders make up an im- Mr. McGahan adds a few smiles
portant part of Miss Donnelly's to a serious study of literature.
Miss Mandell points out that "big vol-
canoes from little eruptions grow."
Miss Homon gives the downbeat and we
hear it from the band.
Mrs. Flannery proves that time can be
precious in any language.
Pear-shaped tones help in making "la
prononciotionn sound passable.
Mr. Schwartz proves to ninth graders
that his puzzles are able to be solved
Mr. William' Fried
EIGHTH GRADE BOARD: FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Bomborcl, M. Breit, W. Fried, T. Dilts, J. Splrio. SEC-
OND ROW: K. Demetriades, J. Heck, L. De Meo, R. Winston, T. Bongiorno. THIRD ROW: V. Oderman, C.
Rommell, S. Hennings, S. Ueland, R. Walsh.
Eighth Grade Board
A variety of services to the school and community as well as the
coordination of all activities of the eighth grade keynoted the func-
tions ot this year's Eighth Grade Board. A class dance as well as
other social events ranked high on the agenda of the Board. Keep-
ing the members of the eighth grade well versed in its activities was
taken care of by the Board in its publication of a class newspaper.
The otiicers were Maxine Breit, President, Thomas Dilts, Vice- Presi-
dent, Marie Bombara, Secretary, Joseph Spirio, Treasurer. Our ad-
visor was Mr. William Fried.
Otticers of Eighth Grade Board
Maxine Breit and Marie Bom
bara pose with their advisor Mr
Joseph Spirio, Thomas Dilts,
SEVENTH GRADE BOARD: FIRST ROW, left to right: W. Kudrika, P. Carpentieri, K. Sadlo, Y. Scheid, P. Bel-
yea, L. Clark, C. Thompson, B. Rizzy. SECOND ROW: A. Marchelli, G. Armstrong, B. Hollins, J. Helgeson 2
C. Wessinger, R. Pense, A. Heimer, L. Breitfeld, L. Mancuso. in '
Seventh Grade Board
The Seventh Grade Board is charged with the task of conducting
all the activities of the seventh grade. In addition to this, the Board
fulhlls the vital obligation of giving the seventh graders a voice in
how they are to be governed by enabling them to choose their rep-
resentatives to the Board and to elect their class ofhcers. Seventh
grode assemblies and social events highlighted the activities of the
Our officers were Marcia Falk, President, Louise Schoenwald, Vice-
President, Donald Day, Secretary, Catherine Thompson, Treasurer.
Our Advisor was Mr. Roy McDonald.
SEVENTH GRADE OFFICERS:
SEATED, left to right: Marcia Falk,
Mr. MacDonald, Advisor, Louise
Schonewald. STANDING: Cather-
ine Thompson, Donold Day.
Even Eighth Graders find that a voting
machine works easily.
Carol Hauptmann and Barbara Zimmerman
look over their prize winning poems of the
eighth grade poetry contest.
Seventh and eighth graders participate
in the annual Christmas Concert.
All "spifted" up for Dress-Up Day. I
Seventh Graders t p the light
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George Schaub and David Cohen par-
Dave Rigney, Council Prexy, acts as
ticipate in a chess tournament to deter- moderator for a panel discussion for the
mine the champion. Marcia Folk and Enid Pollock seventh and eighth graders.
are the first and second win-
ners in the seventh grade
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STUDENT COUNCIL: FIRST ROW, left to right: P. Balestrino, B.
Gregorio, P. Kane, D. Miele, B. Arnett, T. Gilbert. SECOND ROW:
J. Cervellion, E. Holm, C. Balestrino, V, lvansheck, Mr. A. Honig,
Adviser, F. Scholer, C. Hilton, S. Farber, S. Lascari. THIRD ROW:
M. Milo, A. Smith, S. Konowalow, B. Paschette, M. Schmid, G.
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Merrell, E. McCrea, J. Feldman, M. Alzmann, R. Strassner, J.
Porr, R. Miller. FOURTH ROW: M. Dmuchowski, S. Chao, N. Kalb,
M. Guenther, J. Odin, B, Augello, W. Webster, N. Kirk, B.
De Meo, C. Schultz, L. Rozzi, S. Rapp.
Senior Hi h Student Council
The Senior High Student Council is an efficient, well-
organized body which makes our school a more func-
tional unit in democratic living. All of us in Student
Council devote our energies to a common goal. Each
student in the Council learns to participate more effec-
tively in group dynamics - one of the basic techniques
of a democratic society. Student Council is an organi-
zation consisting of representatives of each homeroom
whose chief function is that of improving the school in
any or all of its many aspects.
Highlighting the year's activities was the Student
STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: FIRST ROW, left to
right: Elizabeth Holm, Mr. A. Honig, Advisor, Victor
lvansheck. SECOND ROW: Charles Balestrino,
Fred Scholer, Charles Hilton.
Council Bazaar which was a tremendous success as
most of the student body turned out and enioyed them-
selves at it. In addition, Council helped boost school
spirit at our annually sponsored pep rally and a GO.
card was readied for publication in the fall of l96O.
Victor lvansheck served as President, Charles Bale-
strino as Vice President, Fred Scholer as Recording
Secretary, Charles Hilton as Corresponding Secretary
and Elizabeth Holm as Treasurer. Our advisor was Mr.
Doug Wassmer receives a parking sticker from
Barbara Arnett, Student Council member.
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JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL: FIRST ROW, left to right: R.
Bertini, E. lvonsheck, D. Sloter, F. Ruguso, B. Stroke, R. Mosson
SECOND ROW: S. Lorson, VV. Webster, D. Rigney, Mr, Roberts,
Advisor, R. Zysk, F. Moxey, R. Bellemente. THIRD ROW: C. Alston,
B. Schoul, F. Oster, J. Reitmon, W. Plote, S. Gordner, J. Fried.
FOURTH ROW: C. Tuclcer, M. Messono, S, Hennings, J. Olculski,
T, McGuire, R. O'Keefe, W. Byrnes, J. Arollo.
Junior Hi h tudent Council
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e meeting will novv come to order. These words
were often heord this post yeor os the Junior High Stu-
dent Council corried out its function of reguloting the
octivities of the iunior high orgonizotions. The Council
olso provided the seventh, eighth ond ninth groders
with the opportunity of polrticipoting in o olemocrotic
form of self-government, thereby troining these young
boys ond girls to be good citizens of the future.
Under the guidonce of Mr. Chorles Roberts, the
JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS:
LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Chorles Roberts, odvisor, Flora
Moxey, Dovid Rigney, Woyne Webster, ond Robert
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Council vvos extremely octive this yeor os it initioted
on orientotion progrom for future seventh groders. It
olso plonned the publicotion of o school hondbook to
supplement this progrom ond, in order to roise needed
money, the Council sponsored o condy sole.
Dovid Rigney served os our President, Robert Zysk
os our Vice President, Floro Moxey ds our Secretory,
ond Woyne Webster os our Treosurer.
Junior High students surge to the polls on election
Paul Greiner, our Mr. Lance, typities the All-American boy.
He is in every activity from Varsity Lacrosse to Honor So-
ciety, ot which he is president, andustill tinds enough time tor
his studies to make him 'number .one in the Senior Class
scholastically. Paul has also used his qualities ot leadership,
reliability, and industriousness to benetit Memorial as he also
serves as Senior Class prexy, Literary Editor of the Lance and
treasurer ot both Delta Sigma and Key Club. When he's
asked to take on a task, dimples appear instead ot a frown.
Paul plans to attend college and pursue his studies in physics.
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Sincere and wholesome is our Miss Lance. Barbara is
eternally on the move as she busily performs her duties as
Drum Maiorette, Captain of the Tvvirlers, and Senior High
Choir President. Reliability is one ot her outstanding charac-
teristics as was demonstrated last year as she served as Vice
President of the Junior Class and this year as she served as
an editor on the Lance. Barbara, in addition to being quite
a sports enthusiast, is a serious student who likes science best
but who does well in all subjects. As tor the future, a career
in secondary school teaching ranks high on her list ot goals
yet to be attained.
ALLEN, EVELYN - 25 Herkomer St., NHP, Nurse, Future
Nurses, FHA, Bowling Club, Intramurals, Library Club, Chorus
ALLOTTA, CECELIA - B24 Bryant Ave., NHP, Secretary, Sports
Club, GSL, V. Choir
BARTKOWSKI, MARY - 30 Fourth Ave., GCP, College, Ro-
manettes, Honor Society, Lance Editor, Soph, Jr,, Sr. Boards.
GSL, Chair, FHA, Sports Club, Intramurals, JV. V. Glee Club,
BAUDO, NICHOLAS - Nick - A Kingston St., NHP, College,
V. Lacrosse, V. Soccer, Varsity Club, Jr., Sr, Boards, Delta-
Sigma-Hi-Y, Student Council, Ecclesia, Lance, Intramurals
ALTEVOGT, JUDITH - Judy - I4 Redwood Rd., NHP, Col-
lege, Chieftain, V. Glee Club, Lance, FHA, Intramurals, Student
ARNETT, BARBARA - 33 Franklin Ave., NHP, College, Student
7 fl" , Council, Election Comm., Glee Club, French Club, FHA, Intra-
murals, Student United
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' Romanettes, Lance Editor, Frosh, Soph, Jr., Sr. Boards, Chariot.
, ' Honor Society, FTA, Eta-Tau-Hi-Y, Konkordia, GSL, Le-Cercle-
M Francais, FHA
.VJ I , -g BAY, HOWARD - lO5 N. Seventh St., NHP, College, German
Club, Key Club, Phy-Chem-Bio
AUGELLO, BENEDICT - Benny - 73 Kenneth Pl., NHP, Law'
yer, Omega-Chi-Hi-Y, Weight Lifting, Track Club, Wrestling
- H BAER, VIRGINIA - Ginny - I0 Gerald Ave., NHP, Secre-
.Ji , tary, Romanettes, GSL, Frosh Board, Student Council, Los Chicos
'fy Intramurals, Chorus, Tennis, Utopian, Ecclesia
BECKER, GAIL - ll? Sylvia Lane, NHP, Artist, JV. V.
5 leaders, Artisians, Lance, Zeta-Rho-Hi-Y, Sr. Board, Ecclesia
BELITZ, MADELINE - Maddi - IOO N.
l2th St NHP
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Eta-Tau-Hi-Y, Student Council, GSL, Los Soph,
Jr., Sr. Boards, Konkordia, FTA, Scenici Players, FHA
BALESTRINO, CHARLES - Charlie - 63 W. Maple Dr., NHP,
Aeronautical Engineer, Student Council, Jr., Sr, Boards, Ecclesia,
Varsity Club, Delta-Sigma-Hi-Y, Key Club, V. Football, V. La-
, crcsse, Intramurals
5' BALKOSKI, GEORGE - eos Hillside Blvd., NHP, College, v.
if' y' Football, Wrestling, Weight Lifting, Sports Club
BERG, ANDREA - Andy - 1500 Highland Ave., NHP, Col-
lege, Chariot, Lance, Scenici Players, Eta-Tau-Hi-Y, Honor So-
ciety, FTA, Jr., Sr. Boards, V. Chorus, Konkordia, FHA
'T ii BERGBOM, KARIN - 99 Central Ave., GCP, Business School,
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GAA, Tennis, Basketball, Sports Club, Totem, Archery, Jr. Red
Cross, Scenici Players, Los Chicos, JV, Glee Club
BERK, KATHE - 25 Lincoln Ave., NHP, Nurse, Zeta-Rho-Hi-Y,
Lance Editor, Future Nurses, FHA, Intramurals, Honor Society,
JV. Glee Club, Los Chicos, Debating Club
BERNSTEIN, LINDA - l3lA Belmont Ave., NHP, College,
Chariot, Literary Magazine, Eta-Tau-Hi-Y, V. Choir, Konkcrdia,
Orchestra, Le-Cercle-Francais, FTA, Honor Society
BLAIR, EDWARD - Ed - 51 Brisbane St., NHP, College, Hall
Squad, Retailing Club, Omega-Chi-Hi-Y, Sr. Board, Spanish
Club, Ecclesia, Key Club
BOCCIO, ARLENE - T420 Broadway, NHP, Nurse, Leader
Corps, V. Choir, Sports Club, Intramurals
-ad! W6 7 , Linda, Gary, and Steve with rhythm and beat
Their musical selections were always a treat.
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BONELLI, FRANK - Frankie - 37 Lewis Ave., FLP, Pro, Base-
ball, Intramurals, V, Baseball, Varsity Club, Weight Lifting
BORA, JOSEPHINE - Jo - IAI7 Plaza Ave. NHP, Secretary.
FHA, GSL, Sports Club
BOUCHARD, BEATRICE - Bea - 22 Lewis Ave.. NHP, Sec-
retary, FHA, Intramurals, Jr. Red Cross
BREIT, DEANNA - Dee - 569 Lakeville Rd., NHP, Secretary.
Twirlers, Student Council, Los Chicos, Intramurals, Bowling, Ec-
BROGAN, WILLIAM - A6 Yale Blvd., NHP, Air Force, V, Foot'
ball, Varsity Club, V, Track, Leaders Corps, Sports Club, Intra-
murals, Scenici Players, Cross Country
BROWN, RICHARD - Richie - IY6 W. Maple Dr,, NHP,
Engineer, Lance Editor, Jr. Board, Student Council, V, Soccer,
Phy-Chemriios, Key Club, Honor Society, French Club, Intra-
CARLISI, GERALDINE - Gerry -f T25 N Yrid St., NHP, Secrer
tary, Intramurals, Scenici Players, Jr Red Cross, FHA
CASALE, ANGELA - Ang - 517 Beech St., NHP, Secretary,
Los Chicos, Romanettes, Chorus. FHA, JV. Glee Club, Student
BRUMLOP, EVELYN - 23 Tulip Lane, NHP, Secretory, Los Chl-
cos, FHA. Sports Club, Bowling, Intramurals
CALIA, FRANCES - Fran - I9 Iris Lane, NHP, Secretary,
Soph, .lr,, Sr. Boards. Student Council, JV V Glee Club, Le-
Cercle-Francais. Dramatic Club, Intramurals, Lance
CASTELLANA, LESTER - Les - 106 W Maple Dr , NHP,
Pharmacist, V Football, V Bond, Omega-Chi-Hi-Y, Student
Council, French Club, Intramurals. Frosh Lacrosse. Frosh Football
CELLUCCI, DANIEL - 978 N Ath St,, NHP, Drafting
CALTAGIRONE, SALVATORE - Sal - AIO Central Blvd.,
NHP, Delta-Sigma-Hi-Y, Varsity Club, V Football, V Track
CAMPO, CAROLYN -- 4l7 Beech Sl., NHP, Secretary, Student
United, Los Chicos, JV V. Glee Club, Honor Society, Choir,
CERNKOVIC, ELIZABETH - Betsy - 7 Dallas Ave, NHP,
Secretary, GSL, Sports Club, Library Club, Intramurals. Los
CERVELLION, JOY - 26 Elm Dr, NHP, Nursing School, Future
Nurses, Student Council, Chorus, Jr. Red Cross, Intramurals
CANTARERA, CYNTHIA - Cindy - 531 W Maple Dr. NHP,
Secretary, Spanish Club, FHA, Sports Club, Jr. Red Cross
CAPPELLO, ANTHONY - 6 Bedford Ave., GCP. Service
CHRISTIE, CHRIS - I Whitehall Lane. NHP, College. Golf
Team, Thespians, Intramurals. Chess Club, Boys' Service League
Future Engineers, Male Chorus. Della-Sigma-Hi-Y
CLAIR, RALPH - AA Oak Dr, NHP, College, V Band, Le-
With books and brains they played the game,
Knowledge, of course, was Colette and Paul's
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DARCY, JAMES - Jim - 912 Bryant Ave., NHP, College,
Varsity Club, V, Football, Sports Club, Wrestling, Gymnastics
D'AURIA, RAYNA - 939 Lakeville Rd., NHP, Teacher, Student
Council, Lance Editor, Chariot, FTA, Ecclesia, Frosh, Soph, Jr.,
Sr. Boards, Le-Cercle-Francais, Student United
DEEKEN, JOSEPH - Joe - 200 Jericho Tpk., NHP, Electri-
cian, Hall Squad, Gymnastics, Weight Lifting Club
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COLLINS, CORNELIUS - Ronnie - 30 Pearl St.. NHP, Col-
lege, Wrestling, Lacrosse, Weight Lifting, Gymnastics
COLQUHOUN, MARY ANN - 90I N. Sth St., NHP, Secre-
tary, FHA, Sports Club, Marching Band, Sr, Concert Band
DE MEO, BARBARA - 54 Corwin Ave, NHP, Teacher, Lance
Editor, Student Council, Soph, Jr., Sr. Boards, Honor Society,
JV. V. Cheerleaders, Artisians, Konkordia, ZetafRhofHi-Y, FTA
DEMETRIADES, GEORGE - 80 Maple Dr., NHP, College,
German Club, Hall Squad, Student Council, Intramurals
COOGAN, BRIGID - Bonnie - 975 N, Fifth St., NHP, Secre-
tary, FHA, Intramurals, Totem, Chieftan
CORNET, COLETTE - 64 Bregfnan Ave., NHP, College, Honor
Society, Zeta-Rho-HifY, Lance Editor, Scenici Players, Student
Council, Chariot, Soph Board, FTA, Student United, L'Oriflamme
DE NICOLA, PHILIP - Phil - ll Fourth Ave., GCP, Unde-
cided, Jr., Sr. Boards, Key Club, Intramurals
DENNIS, JANET - Jan - 51 Oak Dr., NHP, Teacher, Roman-
ettes, Honor Society, JV. V. Choir, Delta-Gamma-Hi'Y, lr.
Board, Student Council, Artisians
COX, ROSEMARY - English - II7 Sixth St., GCP, Airline V
Hostess, German Club, Debating Club
CRAWFORD, GAIL - IIS Laurel Dr., NHP, Nurse, Romanettes.
Zeta-RhofHiAY, Scenici Players, Soph, Jr. Boards, Student Coun-
cil, Riding Club, Tennis, German Club, Jr. Red Cross
DE ROSE, LOUIS - Lau - 98 W. Maple Dr., NHP, College.
Honor Society, Key Club, V. Soccer, Omega-Chi-Hi-Y, Student
Council, Frosh Board, French Club, Asfanomy Cliiajcclesia,
Intramurals ,,f3!ky ,l
DILTS, WALTER - dl Durham Rd., NHP, College, V. Traclc,
Student Council, Artisians
CRUICKSHANKS, ELIZABETH - Beth - 35 Dyckman Ave.,
GCP, Salvation Army Nurse, Future Nurses, FHA, GSL, Band,
CUFFARO, JERALD - Jerry - I330 Fifth Ave., NHP, Business
Administration, Photography Club, V. Soccer, Omega-Chi-HIYY,
DIMORE, JEAN - I205 Terrace Blvd., NHP, Secretary, Studertt
Council, Frosh Board, Los Chicos, JV. V. Glee Club, V, Choiri,
Student United, Ecclesia
DODGE, GRACE - A? Nugent St., NHP, Nurse, Zeta-Rho-Hi-Y,
FHA, Sports Club, Intramurals, Bowling, Future Nurses, Eonacs
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DONALDSON, ADRIAN - 2188 Jericho Tplc., GCP, Teacher, 05"
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FTA, FHA, Library Club, Mixed Chorus
D'ORSO, MARILYN - 641 Alvert St., NHP, Secretary, FHA, IW
FIELDER, LESLEY - 2 Mason St., NHP, Doctor, S ici Play-
ers, Future Nurses, Jr. Red Cross, Intramurals K
FINKEL, IRENE - 58 Pearl St., NHP, College, GSL, Eta-Tau- I
Hi-Y, FHA, Ecclesia, FTA, Library Club, GAA, Hockey
EDEL, ARTHUR - Ame - 35 Redwood Rd., NHP, undecided,
Frosh Track, V. Track, Intramurals, Chorus, Omega-Chi-Hi-Y,
Los Chicos f' '-
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EICHNER, BARBARA - Bobs - 111 S. Ninth St,, NHP, Secre-
tary, Scenici Players, Library Club, JV. Glee Club, FHA, Stu-
dent Council, German Club, Jr. Red Cross fi V in X'
FISCHETTI, ARMAND - 1059 N. Seventh St., NHP, College,
Student Council, German Club, Intramurals f
FLACK, EMILIE - Em - 908 Bryant Ave., NHP, Business , Qi
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School, Jr., Sr. Board, Eta-Tau-Hi-Y, FTA, Chorus, French Club,
Konkordia, Intramurals 'D
eau, iuomi - Judy - im washington Ave., NHP, Medi- , R
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cal Stenographer, Leader Corp, Chorus, Chariot, Eta-Tau'HifY, V , ' . '
Sports Club, Intramurals, Ecclesia, V. Glee Club, Le-Cercle- ,' ,A if
Francais, Honor Leader Corp, Honor Society ' ' 'E Z
ERBACHER, ROBERT - Bob - 3 Kingston St., NHP, Unde- A'
cided, V. Football, Varsity Club, German Club, Sports Club.
FORTUNATO, BARBARA - 535 Maple Dr., NHP, Undecided l
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FRANKEWICH, VERONICA - 15 Baxter Ave., NHP, Airline
Stewardess, Photography Club, Student Council, FHA
ESPOSITO, ANN MARIE - 922 N, First St., NHP, Jr. College, - 3 A V
Student Council, GSL, Jr, Red Cross, FHA, Totem, Intramurals, Q
Sports Club, Tennis '3' Q 5 ,. 45
FARBER, SUSAN - Sue - 47 Millers Lone, NHP, College, Sr 1 In f
Board, Student Council, Leader Corp, Eta-Tau-Hi-Y, FTA, Kon-
Irordio, JV. Glee Club, Lance
FRASCO, MARIE - 1752 Aladdin Ave., NHP, Nurse, Soph X l
Board, FHA, Future Nurses, Artisions, Intramurals, Mixed Chorus '
FRASSANITO, JOHN - Jack - 7 Broadway, GCP, Art
School, Broolrsionions, Chariot, Omega-Chi-Hi-Y, Acquarium
FARRELL, GERALD - Gerry - 504 Maple Dr., NHP, Air
Force, Sports Club, Los Chicos
FASONE, JOAN - I5-1 N. Seventh St., NHP, Nurse, Student
Council, Jr,, Sr. Boards, V. Choir, Future Nurses, Scenici Play'
ers, Le-CerclexFrancais, Tennis, Sports Club, Konkordia
FELDMAN, JEAN - 18 Beechwood Lone, NHP, Dental Hy-
gienist, JV. V. Twirlers, Student Council, GSL, Le-Cercle-Francois.
Los Chicos, JV. Glee Club, Totem, Coalition, Ecclesia, Sports
FEUREY, JOHN - Joe - 34 lris Lane, NHP, College, Band,
Chariot, Football, Dramatics, Bowling, Debating
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FROMM, CAROL ANN - 956 N. Seventh St., NHP, Secretary,
JV. Glee Club, Student Council, Sports Club, FHA, GSL, Jr.,
FUELLING, NANCY - I752 W. End St., NHP, College, Leader
Corps, JV. Cheerleader, Student Council, Intramurals, FHA, Li-
brary Club, French Club, Art Club
GOLDSTEIN, ROBERT - Goldie - I6I7 Park Ave., NHP, Coll
lege, V. Band, JV. Band, Marching Band, Spanish Club, Hall
Squad, Intramurals, Fresh Football
GONZALES, DOLORE5 - Dee - I737 Belmont Ave., NHP,
Secretary, Intramurals, JV. Cheerleaders, GSL, Glee Club, FHA
GERTH, BARBARA - 64 Williams St., NHP, Secretary
GILCHRIST, WILLIAM - Bill - I2 Paul Ave., NHP, College,
Football, Sports Club, Weight Lifting, Gymnastics
GRAM, LORANN - I8 Aberdeen Rd., NHP, Secretary, Library
GREGORIO, BEATRICE - Bea - 93 Third St., GCP, Medical
Assistant, JV. V. Cheerleaders, Student Council, Jr. Red Cross,
Intramurals, Totem, GSL, FHA
GILTRAP, MILDRED - Millie - 50 Eric Lane, NHP, Nurse, JV.
Glee Club, Intramurals, FHA, Scenici Players, Jr. Red Cross
GINZBURG, CAROL - T28 Sperry Blvd., NHP, College, Lance
Editor-ln-Chief, Honor Society, Leader Corp, Ecclesia, Soph,
Jr. Boards, Eta-Tau-Hi-Y, Scenici Players, V. Glee Club, FHA,
GREINER, PAUL - A Redwood Rd., NHP, Physicist, Honor Sos
ciety, Sr. Board, Student Council, V. Lacrosse, Varsity Club,
Lance Editor, Ecclesia, Band, Delta-Sigma-Hi-Y, Key Club
GRIMM, MARION - 'IHI Belmont Ave., NHP, College, Sports
GIORELLE, ROBERT - I8 Corwin Ave., NHP, Service, Hall
Squad, Intramurals, Bowling Club
GLASER, GERHARD - I2 S. 2nd St., NHP, College, V. Soccer,
German Club, Varsity Club, V. Choir, JV. Soccer, Sports Club
GRZANKA, ALLEN - Al - ll Manly Pl., NHP, College, Ger-
man Club, Student Council, Utopian, Omega-Chi-Hi-Y, Election
Comm., Soph, Jr. Boards, Science Club
GUSTAFSON, LYNN - 8 Birch Lane, NHP, Medical Assistant,
Choir, Eta-Tau-Hi'Y, Sr. Board, Future Nurses, GSL, Intramurals,
HALL, WILLIAM - Bill - A6 Manly Pl., NHP, Lawyer, V. Bas-
ketball, V. Lacrosse, V. Soccer, Varsity Club, DeltasSigmo-Hi-Y,
Key Club, Student Council, Frosh Board, Honor Society, Chariot,
HAVRON, ELIZABETH - Betty - I502 Highland Ave., NHP,
Nurse, V. Choir
HECK, GARY - 6 Elm Dr., NHP, Pilot, V. Football, V. Base-
ball, Key Club, Honor Society, Delta-Sigma-Hi-Y, Leader Corp,
Varsity Club, Frosh Baseball, Student Council, Ecclesia
-HILTL, ROBERT - 30 Franklin Ave., NHP, Constructor, Accor-
dion Club, V. Choir, V. Chorus, Hall Squad, Weight Lifting
.4641 We 7 . . ln the Gym, in games of all sorts.
Janice, Arlene, and Judy were tops in sports.
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HINOJOSA, CHARLES - Charlie - T502 Washington Ave.,
NHP, Research Chemist, Aeons, Science Club, Las Chicos, Hall
Squad, Audio-Visual Aid, Glee Club, Choir, Camera Club, Stu-
dent Council, Intramurals
HOCHREITER, JOHN -Johnny - 230 Kamdo Blvd., NHP,
College, German Club, V. Choir, JV. Choir, Sports Club, Ac-
HOFFMAN, WILLIAM - Bill - 8 Cedar Lane, NHP, Scientist,
V. Soccer, Varsity Club, Omega-Chi-Hi-Y, V, Band, Marching
Band, Hall Squad, Phy-Chem-Bios, Le-Cercle-Francais. Intra-
HOLM, ELIZABETH - Betty - 22 Aberdeen Rd., NHP, College,
Student Council, Leader Corps. Zeta-Rho-Hi-Y, Bowling, Intra-
murals, Honor Society, Ecclesia
HOLM, JANICE - 31 Aberdeen Rd., NHP, Journalist, Roman-
ettes, Chariot, Leader Corp, Chorus, Zeta-Rho-Hi-Y, Intramurals,
GAA, Sports Club, Honor Leader Corp, Chieftan
HORAN, GERARD - Hogey - B3 Dennis St., GCP, Navy, V.
Football, Frosh Football, Omega-Chi-Hi-Y, Hall Squad
JOERG, MARLENE - 600 Lowell Ave., NHP, Secretary, Ar-
JOHNSON, ELAINE - Bunny - 28 Maple Dr., NHP, College,
V, Choir, Artisians, Totem, Lance, Sr. Board, Le-Cercle-Francais,
Riding Club, Ecclesia
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N I ONE, ADELINE - Addy - T638 Jasmine Ave., NHP, Sec-
.XN ary, FHA, GSL, Chorus, Intramurals
V 4 PPOLO, FRANK - l50 N. Third St., NHP, College, Baseball.
it ff' restling, Intramurals, Hall Squad
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N JOHNSON, KAREN - 20 Paul Ave., NHP, Secretary, Sports
I Club, Jr. Red Crass, GSL, FHA, Riding Club
ANI JuuANo, cAnoL - za Park Are., GCP, undecided, FHA,
' Sports Club, iv. one Club, osi
IVANSHECK, VICTOR - Vic - 7 Sperry Court, NHP, Doctor.
Honor Society, Student Council, Soph Board, Ecclesia, Frosh, V
Football, V. Lacrosse, Key Club, Varsity Club, Bond, Dance Band
JACKSON, JAMES - Jim - 507 Beech St., NHP, Undecided,
I Hall Squad, Photography Club
JUNGE, DOROTHEA - Dot - 960 N. 3rd St., NHP, Nurse,
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Twirling, Jr., Sr. Boards, V. Choir, Jr. Red Cross, Future Nurses,
Sports Club, Chorus
if -- KAIDER, CAROL - 63 First St., GCP, Secretary, FHA, Intral
-Q. L murals
JACOBSON, MADELYN - Maddie - T05 N. Fifth St., NHP,
Nurse, FHA, Future Nurses, Bowling Club
JENKINS, ROBERT - Bob - 403 Lowell Ave., NHP, College,
Key Club, Camera Club, German Club, Ecclesia
KANE, PATRICIA - Pat - 22 Gerard Ave., NHP, College, Ro
manettes, Scenici Players, Student Council, FTA, Choir, Soph
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K Jr. Boards, Jr. Red Cross
, li KARSHICK, DOROTHY - Dotty - 153 Wilton St., NHP, Sec
' I f Tennis Club, Scenici Players. Lance, Intramurals
' 'i retary, FHA, JV. Glee Club, Le-Cercle-Francais, Zeta-Rho-Hi-Y,
Examples of perfection
could always be found
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led! We Always busy, industrious too,
Rayna and Pat would always come through.
tary, Library Club, FHA, Spanish Club, Intramurals, Lance
Chicos, Artisans, Library Club, Lance, Intramurals
Future Nurses, Soph Board, FHA, Jr, Red Cross
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KENNEDY, JOSEPH - J0e - QII First Ave., NHP, Army,
Soccer, Photography Club
KIRK, NANCY v II9 Laurel Dr., NHP, College, JV. V. Cheer-
leaders, Chariot, Student Council, Scenici Players, Modern
Dance, LefCercle-Francais, Soph, Jr Board
LASCARI, SALLY - IO7 White Ave,, NHP, Retailing Buyer,
Latin Club, Student Council, Retailing Club, GSL, Intramurals,
FHA, Konlrordia, Scenici Players
LASKARIS, JOANN - 52 Croyden St., NHP, Secretary, Jr. Red
Cross, JV Glee Club, GSL, FHA
KLAUSNER, SUSAN - Sue - IAA Sperry Blvd., NHP, Col-
lege, Honor Society, Leader Corps, Romanettes, Lance Editor,
Jr,, Sr. Boards, Zeta-RhoAHiAY, FTA, V, Glee Club
KOHN, STEPHEN - Steve - 132 Third St., GCP, Criminal
Lawyer, V. Band, Marching Band, Dance Band, SHS Band,
Omega-Chi-Hi-Y, Hall Squad, Los Chicos, Ecclesia, Service Club
LATALLADI, LYDIA - 5ll Lakeville Rd., NHP, Teacher, Zeta'
LATSKO, NANCY - 5 S. l6th St., NHP, Nurse, FHA, Leader
Corp, Sports Club, Jr. Red Cross
KONDRACKI, JOSEPH - T06 S. l0th St., NHP, Electrician,
Q ., Korisn, CHRISTINE - rind - idai NHP oi., NHP, unde-
cided, v. oiee Club, oeiid-odiiiiiid-Hi-Y, osi, Student Council,
W sdpti addid, Riding Club
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LEAVY, THOMAS - Tom - T07 Old Farm Rd., NHP, Mu-
sician, Frosh Football, German Club, Varsity Club, Dance Band,
- Marching Band
, LERSSEN, VIRGINIA - Jinny - 39 Hillside Lane, NHP, House-
,Z wife, Archery, Tumbling, Art Club
3 ll J KRAUSE, EVA - 24 Pinewood Lone, NHP, Nurse, V. Chair,
2 X Student Council, FTA, Future Nurses, Jr. Red Cross
f' 4 f kirkk f il' J il KRAUSE, FLORIAN - Roy - 640 Wayne Ave,, NHP, Service,
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JJW Lsvv, cactus - iosi N. mi si., NHP, secididfy, Ji. Red
.ww Cross, FHA, Tennis Club
LIK, FLORENCE - Flo - 607 Terrace Blvd., NHP, Secretary,
GSL, Tumbling, Dramotics, Jr. Red Cross
KRAUT, FRANCES i Fran - 34 Hoffman Rd, NHP, Secre-
KRIOFSKY, BARBARA - I5 Hillside Lane, NHP, College, Los
KRUPSKI, JOSEPH - Joe - 944 Cherry, FLP, Contractor, Li-
KYLE, JANET - II Fifth St., GCP, College, Le-Cercle-Francais,
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LINEK, CAROL - 3 Carol Ave., NHP, Teacher. FTA, JV V.
Chorus, Zeta-Rho-Hi-Y, Modern Dance, Sports Club, Ecclesia,
Intramurals, String Orchestra
LOZOWSKI, STANLEY - Stan - 503 Beech St., NHP, Artist,
Sludent Council, Key Club, OrnegaAChi-Hi-Y, Dromatics, Honor
Society, Lance Editor, Chariot, Student United, Artisians, Kon-
MINUTILLO, THOMAS - 1631 Jasmine Ave., NHP, Printer,
Frosh Football 5'
MIRECKI, JOAN - 191 Nassau Blvd, GCP, Secretary, FHA, ,,
Mixed Chorus, Jr, Red Cross
LUCA, JUDITH - Judy - 89 County Court House Rd., GCP, ,
Office Worker ,
MARCHESE, DONALD - Don - 612 Lowell Ave., NHP, Fu-
neral Director, Sr. Board, Hall Squad, Latin Club, Spanish Club,
MOCULESKI, STANLEY - Stan - 1216 Jericho Tpk., NHP,
Engineer, V. Soccer, V. Baseball, Varsity Club, Student Council,
Omega-Chi-Hi-Y, Hall Squad, Photography Club
MORAN, WILLIAM - Bill - 961 N. First Sl,, NHP, Unde-
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McALLlSTER, DONALD - Don - 1644 Falmouth Ave., NHP,
Undecided, Soph, Jr., Sr. Boards, Los Chicos, V. Band, V, Bas- 'Q
ketball, V. Lacrosse, Intramurals, Varsity Club, Wrestling it
MCCOOK, JOAN -- 72 Lakeville Rd., NHP, Secretary, Sports
Club, Chorus, FHA, GSL 7
MOTYLINSKI, MARY ANN - 41 Old Stewart Ave., GCP, Sec-
retary, FHA, Mixed Chorus, Intramurals
MURPHY, CATHERINE - Cathy - 11 Elm Dr,, NHP, Nurse, -
FHA, Jr., Sr, Boards, Jr. Red Cross, GSL, French Club, Student X ll i
MCNULTV, MAUREEN - Mo - 1715 Pork Ave., NHP, Ro-
manettes, V. Glee Club, GSL, Art Club, Future Nurses, Intro! fb r if
murals ' -
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METZLER, GARY - 975 Lakeville Rd., NHP, College, Swimming, .f 3
Art Club, JV. V. Choir, Intramurals Y '
NICOTRI, RUSSELL - Russ - 1853 NHP Rd., NHP, Air Force
NORDMAN, EDWARD - Eddie - 1728 w. Eng Ave, NHP, 1
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Draftsman, Scenici Players, Hall Squad, Intramurals
MEYER, JANICE - Jan - 2137 Jericho Tpk., GCP, Secretary,
Scenici Players, Chariot, Lance, Student Council, JV, V. Glee
Club, V. Choir, German Club, Spanish Club, Jr Red Cross
MEYER, MARIE - 953 N. Third St., NHP, Business School,
Scenici Players, Intramurals, Leader Corp, Chariot
MICHAL, CAROL - 119 Aster Dr., NHP, Undecided, JV. Glee
Club, French Club, Artisians, Lance
MILLER, CYNTHIA - Cindy - 143 N. 10th St., NHP, Soph
Board, Sports Club, FHA, Jr. Red Cross, German Club
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the basketball court, with shots galore
Dick, and Tony would boost the score.
O'CONNOR, JUDITH - Judy - 16 S. Sixth St., NHP, Secre-
tary, French Club, Sports Club, Tumbling Club, FHA, Saph
OKULSKI, PATRICIA - Put - 31 Hilton Ave., GCP, Secre-
tary, Leader Corp, Honor Society, Lance Editor, Intramurals,
Zeta-Rho-Hi-Y, Chariot, FTA, Jr. Red Cross, V. Choir
PELKOWSKI, CONNIE - 39 Hoffman Rd., NHP, IBM, Math
Circle, Delta-Gamma-Hi-Y, FHA, Leader Corp, Bowling, Intra-
PELZER, ALBERT - AI - 1506 Gilford Ave., NHP, College,
OLIVETO, DOLORES - 617 Albert St., NHP, Stenographer,
Frosh Board, Niandians Co-Y, Delta-Gamma-Hi-Y, Sports Club,
Dramatics, FHA, Jr, Red Cross
ONYSKO, JOHN - 15 Kingston St., NHP, College, Sr. Board,
Student Council, V. Soccer, V. Baseball, Varsity Club, Kon-
PETRELLA, MARTIN - Many - 40 Sperry Court, NHP, Medicine
Honor Society, Student Council, Jr., Sr. Boards, V. Band, Chariot,
Lance, JV. Soccer, Konkordia, Key Club, Marching Band, Dance
PIETROWSKI, PATRICIA - Pat - 1038 Hillside Blvd., NHP,
Beautician, Glee Club, Jr. Red Cross, Intramurals
ORLANDO, FRANCES - Fran - 95 W, Maple Dr., NHP,
Secretary, Los Chicos, Scenici Players, FHA, Bowling
OSTRO, BARBARA 4 N. 10th St., NHP, College, Honor
S iety rum a' tte, Twirlers, Lance Editor, Soph, Jr., Sr.
G-Q NRr5!1? ports Club, Basketball
'Y' IgE, O, B RBARA 504 urs ., NHP, Secretary, Chess
ylub, fiirjglee l o
RA , RO -Q 207 NHP Rd., NHP, College.
Fra V. Football, Soph oard, Delta-Sigma-Ht-Y, V Baseball,
on ordia, Varsity Club, Leader Corp
BARBARA - Babs - 1628 Broadway, NHP, Secretary,
FHA, Glee Club, GSL, Intramurals
PASCHETTE, BARBARA - 46 S. 17th St., NHP, JV. V. Cheer-
leaders, Delta-Gamma'Hi-Y, Usherettes, Soph Board, GSL, Stu-
dent Council, Honor Society, Intramurals, Ecclesia
RAZZA, MARGUERITE - Margie - 38 Corwin Ave., NHP,
Business School, V. Choir, Band, Latin Club, Sports Club, Intra-
murals, Modern Dance
REIS, EDWARD - 113 N. First St., NHP, Service, Gymnastics,
RENWICK, ELLEN - 38 Nugent St., NHP, Telephone Co.,
Chariot, Scenici Players, Debating Club, Jr. Red Cross
RIEMER, HILDEGARDE - Gurcly - 78 Maple Dr, NHP, Col-
lege, Chariot Editor-In-Chief, Honor Society, Romanettes.
Leader Corp, Zeta-Rho-Hi-Y, Ecclesia, German Club, Student
Council, Eanacs Co-Y, V. Glee Club
RING, DONALD - Don - 14 Millers Lane, NHP, College,
V. Basketball, Delta-Sigma-Hi-Y, Key Club, Varsity Club, Stu!
dent Council, Band, German Club
RIORDAN, PATRICIA - Pat - 26 Irons Pl., NHP, Secretary,
Sports Club, FHA, Spanish Club
A twirler, a Romanette, and a cheerleader! What are
gd! Wg 7 their names?
Barbara's all three, to be found at our games.
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RIVERA, BEATRICE - Betty - I4 Old Stewart Ave, GCP.
College, JV, Cheerleaders, Student Council, JV. V. Glee Club,
Lance, Ecclesia, Jr. Red Cross, Sports Club, Leader Corp, Las
ROBERTS, RICHARD - 6 Haddon Rd., NHP, Draftsman, V.
Track, Cross Country, Intramurals
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ROE, BRUCE - I545 Highland Ave., NHP, College, V, Soccer,
V. Lacrosse, Varsity Club, Intramurals, Hall Squad, Omega-Chu
Hi-Y, Chorus, LefCercle-Francais, Aeolians
ROMAN, HENRIETTA - III S, 6th St,, NHP, Receptionist
ROMANO, ELEANOK - 36 2nd St,, GCP, Secretary. Dra-
matics, Photography, FHA, Mixed Chorus, Sr. Board, Service
ROSE, DIANE - 30 Herkamer St, NHP, Beaulician, FHA,
Future Nurses, Bowling, Intramurals
SCHAUB, RICHARD - Dick - 103 Sperry Blvd., NHP, Col-
lege, German Club, JV. Band, Student Council, DeIta-Sigma-
Hi-Y, V. Basketball, V, Soccer, Intramurals, Sports Club, Var-
sity Club, V, Lacrosse, Honor Society '
SCHLOSS, CHARLES - Chuck - 28 Spruce Lane, NHP, Sbles-
man, V, Soccer
ROSENBAUM, MARTIN - Matty - IO6 Maple Dr- NHP,
ROZZI, JANET - 30 Sixth Ave., GCP, Secretary, GSL, Chorus,
SCHMIDT, WARREN - Smitty - I643 Imperial Avenue, NHP,
Undecided, German Club
SCHULTZ, CAROL - Schultzie - 200 Lowell Ave, NHP, Col-
lege, Romanettes, Honor Society, Choir, Student Council, JV
Glee Club, Lance, Sports Club, Intramurals, Bowling, Ecclesia
RYAN, ELLEN - I03O N. 7th St., NHP, College, Rcmanettes,
Delta-Gamma-HifY, V. Choir, Eonacs CofY, Frosh Board, FHA.
Charleston Line, Student United, JV. Glee Club, Le-CercIe-
RYAN, KATHLEEN - Kathy - l302 Lincoln Ave., NHP, Sec-
retary, Student Council, FHA, Future Nurses, Chorus. Intro'
SCHWEIZER, CHRISTIAN - Chris - IOI9 Jericho Tpk, NHP,
Navy, V. Soccer, Sr. Bank, Varsity Club
SCIMONELLI, ROSARIO - Roy - 906 N, 6th St,, NHP, Me-
chonic, Intramurals, Gymnastics
RUBELSKY, PAULINE - I74 Primrose Dr., NHP, Secretary,
FHA, JV, Glee Club,'Astranorny Club. Los Chlcos, Camera
Club, Soph, Jr., Sr. Boards, Lance, GSL
SAKAL, EDWARD - Ed - I8 Birch Lane, NHP, Civil Engi-
neer, Student Council, Key Club, Societas-Latinas, Lacrosse,
Astronomy Club, Bookman, Photography Club, Audio-VisuaIfAid,
SILVERSMITH, MERLE - 1609 Washington Ave., NHP, Secre
tary, Student Council, V, Glee Club, Frosh, Soph. Jr Boards
SIMONSEN, ANITA - 8 S Ath St., NHP, Secretary, Sr Board,
V. Chair, German Club, Debating Club, Library Club
They walked our halls hand in hand,
Frannie and Phil, "Ain'l love grandI"
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SINACORE, PETER - 524 6th Ave., H Mechanic, V,
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STEPHENS, PATRICIA - Pat - 108 Fifth St., GCP, Engineer,
Lance Editor, Chariot Editor, Leader Corp, Student Council,
Scenici Players, Math Circle, Photography Club, Intramurals,
Phy-Chem-Bios, German Club
STEWART, MARGARET - 162 Cellar Ave., NHP, Nurse, Eon-
acs. Sports Club, Intramurals, JV. Glee Club, Los Chicos
STOUT, .IUDITH ANN Ju 651 Sixth Ave., NHP,
Teacher. Char ot Editor, ea Corp, Honor I. ader Corp.
Zeta-Rho-Hi-Y, a rals Sports Club, Saph B rd, V. Glee
Club FHA l I
SURPRENANT, VAUGHN - A19 P Rd., HPX is Idez,
JV. Soccer, French Club, Baseball, B , D nce B d, -
ing Band, Intramurals
Nl, FRANK - Frankie - 800 5th Ave., NHP, Unde-
ntramurals, Hall Squad, Frosh Football, JV. Baseball.
SVEC, DIANNE - 1005 N. 7th St,, NHP, College, Delta-
Gamma'Hi-Y, V. Choir, Los Chicos, GSL, Intramurals, Tennis
TATE, PATRICIA - Pat - 223 Nassau Blvd., GCP. College,
Romanettes, Leader Corp, Zeta-Rho-Hi-Y, FTA, Los Chicos, JV.
Glee Club, GAA, Sports Club, Intramurals
A, PETER - 123 Hillside Blvd., NHP, Navy, Delta-
Sigma-Hi-Y, Rifle Club
GRANT - Smithy - 74 Wilton St., NHP, Navy,
g Band, Dance Band, Concert Band
TAYLOR, EDWARD - Eddie - 140 N. 7th St., NHP, Business
Executive, Omega-Chi-Hi-Y, Chess Club, Hall Squad
THODEN, MARIE - Rie - 1725 NHP Rd., NHP, Jr. College,
Jr. Red Cross, Dramatics Club, Los Chicos, Intramurals, Library
x . t SORRENTINO, ANTHONY - Tony - AA Elm Dr., NHP, Air
Force, V. Basketball, V, Baseball, Delta-Sigma-Hi-Y, Varsity
tramurals, German Club, Hall Squad
SPACHNER, LAWRENCE - Larry - 200 Wilton St., NHP, Un-
decided, Holl Squad
Retailing, Jr., Sr. Boards, Delta-Gamma-Hi-Y, Concert Band,
a 14,2 ?
TOWNE, MARJORIE - Marge - 1534 Imperial Ave., NHP, 4' J
Marching Band, Retailing Club, Intramurals
USINGER, JOAN - 1411 Washington Ave., NHP, Teacher,
FTA, Student Council, FHA, Chieftan, Debating Club, Intra-
murals, Mixed Chorus. Totem
SPIEGEL, SALLY - 310 lngraham Lane, NHP, Nurse, Future
FHA, Intramurals, Chorus
STEGEMANN, JEANETTE - 933 N. 5th St., NHP, Business,
Hi-Y, Artisians, German Club. Intramurals, Frosh Board
VANECEK, JOAN - 99 Laurel Dr., NHP, Teaching, Zeta-Rhc-
Hi-Y, Chariot, Romanettes, Honor Society, Le-Cercle-Francais,
GSL. Ecclesia, Scenici Players, Student Council, JV. Glee Club
VENEZIA, THERESA - Terry - 33 Lewis Ave., NHP, Secre-
tory, Jr Red Cross, FHA. Tennis Club, Intramurals
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Radio, Varsity Club, Track
WALKER, BARBARA - I67 Laurel Dr, NHP, Teacher, Ro-
manettes Zeta-Rho-Hi-Y, Soph, Jr Boards, FTA, GSL, V,
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Worker, Sports Club. FHA, Modern Dance, Debate Club,
WEBSTER, WARREN 4 574 N 6th St., NHP, Engineer, Stu-
dent Council, Intramurals, V. Choir, Ecclesia, JV. Football,
Omega Chi, Sr Board, College
WEISS, CAROL - 39 Croyden St, NHP, Secretory, FHA,
German Club, GSL
WESTERMANN, ELIZABETH A Lil - 25 Magnolia Dr ,
NHP, Medical Secretary, Tennis Club, Intramurals, Jr. Red
Cross, Mixed Chorus
WIDMER, STEPHANIE - IAI6 Belmont Ave, NHP, College.
Chariot, Honor Society, Leader Corp, Eta-TauAHi-V, Ro-
manetles, Niandians, Los Chicos, Math Circle, GSL, Intra-
WILLDIGG, ARTHUR - Artie - lll Leonard Blvd., NHP,
Navy, Hall Squad, Rifle Club
WILLIAMS, YVONNE - I6 Cellar Ave, NHP, Nurse,
leader Corp, Romanetles, Glee Club, V. Choir, Debating
Club, Latin Club, Totem, Intramurals
WILLIS, ROBERT - Bob - 2188 Jericho Tpk., GCP, Col-
lege, Student Council, Soph, Jr. Boards, Chariot
WILSON, THOMAS - Tom - 39 Williams St., NHP, En-
gineer, Sr. Board, Key Club, Delta-Sigma-Hi-Y, Ecclesia,
leader Corp, V. Lacrosse, V. Soccer, Varsity Club, Biology
WRIGHT, EILEEN - Dee - 1649 Highland Ave., NHP,
Secretary, Leader Corp, Delta-Bamrno-Hi-Y, Spanish Club,
Intramurals, Choir, Chieftan
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LEGG, EDWARD - Ed - 706 Bryant Ave., NHP, Navy,
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FOOTBALL: FIRST ROW, left to right: Mr. F. Lo Casclo, Coach
D. Wassmer, V. lvansheck, R. Rankin, J. Darcy, G. Heck, C. Hil
ton, C. Balestrino, R. Erbacher, J. Feurey, G. Balkowski, W.
Pouelson, Mr. L. Cohen, Mr. S. Stempel, Coaches. SECOND ROW:
A. Davis, Manager, P. Augello, R. Bellamente, G. Slater, K. Pie
per, B. Smith, J. Meyer, D. Serwer, R. McCoy, W. Del Vallez, J.
Gray, J. Campagne. THIRD ROW: R. Abbate, F, Erb, D. Krog-
stad, E. Paternostro, N. Ogden, M. Milo, P. Wolynec, C. Hoenig,
R. Shapiro, K. Leuppe.
Coach, Leon Cohen and Memorial High can well
be proud of the 5-2 gridiron record posted by the
T958 Football Team. The Gladiators swept through
their schedule, losing only to Calhoun and Seaford.
These successes were achieved only after long hours
of hard work and practice.
The Gladiators opened the season with three
decisive victories over Floral Park, Elmont, and
Eastern Military only to be knocked from the ranks
of the unbeaten in a muddy battle with Calhoun.
Bouncing back from this defeat, N.H.P. beat East
Rockaway and then took Carey. However, the sea-
son ended on a sadder note when we lost a hard
fought battle to Seaford.
The outstanding plays of quarterback, Pete
Wolynec, halfback, Vic lvansheck, who was voted
Most Valuable Player, and Co-captains, Charles
Balestrino and Bud Hilton sparked the team to the
successful season that they had.
Jim Campagne kicks off to get the action rolling again. Strategy being planned - opposition beware!
The opposition is stopped tor no gain.
Coach Cohen capably combines iobs as he
directs team and his daughter's leisure activi-
' Date Opponent
Oct. IO Elmont .......
Oct. i7 Eastern Military
Oct. 25 Calhoun ......
Nov. i East Rockaway
Nov. 7 Carey .......
Nov. i5 Seaford
Vic Ivansheck and Bud Hilton receive awards from
Septl 26 Floral Park ... ..
Pete Wolynec runs interference for
Where We They
Away . . . . 27 6
Home . . . 28 O
Away . . . . l4 7
Home . . . . O 6
Away . . . . 25 i4
Home . . . 28 25
Away . . . . O 6
Our boys show their spirit at the Football Jamboree,
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SOCCER: FIRST ROW, left to right: P. Hecker, W. Hall, T. Wilson, F. Helgerson, C. Schloss, T. Syvertsen, A. Subach, Manager.
R. Eckert, G. Glaser, R. Schaub, A. Medina, B. Roe, C. Schweizer THIRD ROW: M. Goodman, M. Fine, S. Moculeski, W. Hoffman,
SECOND ROW: E. Kelly, R. Dennis, R. Glickstein, M. Goldstein, G. Tuffaro, C. Vi Vona, A. Weiner, Mr. W. Keller, Coach.
ln their first season of league play, the Soccer Team
booted their way to an eventful season. lts record of
8 wins, 3 losses and 3 Ties clinched third place in the
tough South Shore League. The boaters showed a
strong beginning by going undefeated in their first four
games, thus extending their record of consecutive un-
beaten games to sixteen. However, a strong south side
Chico Medina faces the opposition of his teammates in prac-
team handed N.l-l.P. its first defeat in two years. The
Gladiators proceeded to end the season in fine style losing
only to Elmont and again to South Side.
Because of his exceptional playmaking, Gerehard
Glaser was voted Most Valuable Player. Pete Hecker
received the honor of being elected Captain. The
coach of the Soccer Team was Mr. W. Keller.
Peter Hecker and Gerhard Glaser, our Soccer All-Scholastic
The team practices their daily heading drill. The Gladiators sharpen up on their tactics
Gerhard Glaser about to kick another goal.
Valley Stream S. ...
Long Beach .......
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South Side ........
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Long Beach ..
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South Side ........
Valley Stream N. ...
Valley Stream S. ...
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Away 2 O
Home 8 2
Away O O
Away 2 2
Home O 6
Away 6 2
Away 2 5
Away 2 O
Home O O
Home lO O
Away O 7
Home 8 O
Home 2 O
Home 6 2
Chico Medina faces the opposition of his teammates in Bob Eckert tights tor possession ofthe ball,
VARSITY SQUAD: LEFT TO RIGHT: Alex Medina, Donald Ring, Edward Kelly, Paul Rothenbiller, George
Meyers, Richard Schaub, Bob l-lousman, Anthony Sorrentino, Robert Glickstein, Peter Wolynec, William Hall,
John Dziamba, Jay Meyer.
Va rs ity
T-E-A-M! yea, Team! and many other cheers
were familiar sounds as the New Hyde Park
Cagers completed their first season of league
competition. While their win-and-lost record
was not sensational, the 1958-59 edition of the
Gladiator basketball team provided more
thrills and surprises than has any previous
team. Even though pitted in a highly com-
petitive league and matched against teams of
superior height, the Gladiators Hoopsters
capped five victories - 2 over Freeport, 2 over
Elmont and a single win over Carey. An al-
most victory game was turned to defeat as the
team lost to Calhoun in overtime 53-52.
It's hard to pick one game which was any
more thrilling than another, but more people
will probably remember the game with Elmont
on Feb. 27. Losing 55-52 with 50 seconds left
to play, the NHP gladiators managed to pull
it out and win 56-55.
The success of the team can be attributed
mostly to the rebounding and play-making of
Paul Rothenbiller, Tony Sorrentino, and Pete
Wolynec, and the dead-eye sho-ating of Dick
Schaub, the most valuable player, and cap-
tain, Don Ring. The boys were ably coached
by Mr. Ambrose Moran.
Opponent Where We
Floral Park . Away 50
Carey ..... Home 55
Hempstead . Away 59
Hewlett .... Home 69
Long Beach . Home 59
South Side . Away 61
Freeport . . . Away 65
Calhoun . . . Home 59
East Meadow Home 48
Elmont ..... Away 51
Hempstead . Home 40
Hewlett .... Away 58
Long Beach . Away 61
South Side . Home 59
Freeport . . . Home 55
Calhoun ... Away 52
East Meadow Away 48
Elmont .... Home 56
Paul Rofhenbiller leaps high for a Memorial rebound.
Dick Schaub adds inches To his stature as he strains far a
Don Ring tickles the ball in for fwa points.
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL: FIRST ROW, leff io righi: T. Cannelley, H. Kohl, K. Niles, W. Fariunafo.
R. Charney, D. Roden, C. Giannini. SECOND ROW: J. Okulski, E. Paternastra, R. McCoy, C. Hennings, W.
Del Vallez, A. Rizzi, J. Rudell,
BASEBALL: FIRST ROW, left to right: R. Rankin, J. Onysko, F. lappolo, G. Heck, G. Meyers, F. Bonelli, Mr. D.
Starr, Coach, T. Nichols, S. Pace, P. Wolynec, A. Sorrentino, R. Bonelli, N. Ogden. Bat Boy: P. Dzebrewski.
Few high school teams are very successful in their
Scoreboard first season of play but the Gladiator's Baseball
Team hung up its spikes at the end of the season
Dale Where Whefe We Tl"eY with a terrific record of l3 wins and only 2 loses.
April l4 Plainview ...... Home 6 l New Hyde Park was noted tor its ability to "knock
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Aprll 22 Hevlllolllm lvlslon HWOY 1? ? while holding the opposition to only 26. Tom Nichols
prl emc S """' Ome led the fence-busting parade with a .452 mark, tol-
Apfll 24 CUVGY ---- ---- A WUY 2 3 lowed by Pete Wolynec's .438 average, Gary l-leck's
April 29 Elmont . . . .... Home 2 l .36l average and Tony Sorrentino, who batted .34l.
Mgy 1 Elmonf ,-,,,.,. Away 6 1 No team can do without a pitcher, however, and
Moy 5 Hom' pork HH. Away 3 O grank Bonelli! dipl a splerydici iobdin thaLlinE-.dl-le wan
MG 9 Elmont AWG 7 2 gamesw ie osing ony an was ac e up y
Y ' " "" Y Bob Rankin and George Meyers.
MGY I2 Herricks ------- l'l0me I7 l Because at his highly successful season on the
May l3 Floral Park ..... l-lome 8 3 mound Frank Bonelli was voted Most Valuable
May 15 Qmey .-.'-.,-' Home 4 O Player and Tom Nichols was elected Captain. The
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lvlay 26 Elmont ........ Home ll l
lvlay 29 Floral Park ..... Away l3 2
Third baseman, Tony Sorrentino, waits impatiently for his turn Shortstop, Tom Nichols, gets ready to "knock the cover oft
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TRACK AND FIELD: FIRST ROW, left to right: B. Haig, D. Dick-
son, M. Milo, D. Wilsey, J. Hooper, T. Walderon, R. Glickstein
K. Leupp, D. Boland, F. Maxey, C. Honig, M. Naso, A. Subach
SECOND ROW: R. Niles, B. Carlsen, R. Muli, R. Tintle, T. Syvert-
sen, K. Pieper, C. Seawood, R. McCoy, K. Berg, K. Cavanaugh
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M. Ruboken, B. Bergbom. THIRD ROW: T. Dillon, B. Natalie, D.
Oehl, B, Bellamante, R. Dennis, P. Weiss, A. Edel, B. Wagner,
R. Koplin, C. Allio, S. Trachteriberg, B. Hilton, S. Caltagirone,
E. Kelly, R. Roberts, A. Hopkins, I. Boxt, F. Smith, R. Ashker,
D. Serwer, J. Leahy, K. Berg, Mr. W. Peters, Advisor.
Track and Field
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morial's track field prior to and during a very suc-
cessful track season.
As "Peter's Men" beat Syosset in their tirst outing
by a score ot 75-29 it was evident that the team
would do well that season. To no one's surprise, Mr.
Peter's fleet-tooted, high-iumping and tar-throwing
track men combined their many talents in victory
after victory and completed the season with a
spectacular record ot il wins and O losses.
The New Hyde Park Memorial Track Team
brought its season to a grand climax in the First
Annual District Meet when it overwhelmed all its
opponents and won the meet.
As a result of his hard work and leadership, Pete
Weiss was voted Most Valuable Player and Bud Hil-
ton and Steve Trachtenberg were elected Co-
Up and over goes pole-vaulter, Charles Sea-
Date Opponent Where We They
April i958 Syosset ..... Home .. 75 29
April i958 Elmont . . . . Home . . 74 30
April i958 Carey ...... Home .. 7QVs 3l26
April i958 Syosset ..... Home .. 76 28
May i958 Floral Park .. Horne .. 64 40
May i958 Elmont ...... Away .. 64 39
May i958 Floral Park .. Away .. 64V2 39V2
May i958 Wheatly ..... Home .. 63Vs 4035
May l958 Carey . . . . Away . . 63 40
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LACROSSE: FIRST ROW, left to right: Mr. S. Stempel, Advisor,
T. Wilson, B. Roe, W. Hall, R. Murphy, N. Baudo, V. lvansheck,
.C. Balestrino, D. McAllister, H. Orr, D. Wassmer. SECOND ROW:
T. Moran, P. Greiner, F. Scholer, J. Campana, D. Miller, B, Smith
1 J. Gray, R. Giandana, T. Smith, P. Mackaut, A. Medina, E. Razza
N. Graso. THIRD ROW: T. Conley, J. Pratt, R. Andrews, M. Cun
ningham, D. Finnegan, S. Stout, J. Eagen, J. Campanis, D. Krog
stad, C. Collins, P. Zipper, W. Pouelson, A. Mackowski, C. Rich
N. Laskowitz, R. Doumar.
.ln its first season of competition in the Metropoli-
' ftan Novice Lacrosse League, the New Hyde Park
"stickmen," through the leadership and superb play- Date Opponent Where We They
ing ot Vic lvansheck, Spike Orr, and Doug Wass- A M16 Elmont AWG 4 3
mer, posted a noble record at 9 wins, 3 losses, and p ' I """" Y
1 He' April Qi F oral Park ..... Home TO 6
Lacrosse is truly a sport which requires speed, en- Apfll 24 Carey ----- - - . Home O 6
durance, skill and quick-thinking. The New Hyde May l Uniondale ..... Away 6 TO
Park Memorial Lacrosse Team displayed all at these Mcy 5 Corey .-'..'..- Away 3 9
qualities and was well rewarded when it defeated MO 8 E TM d H H 4
Floral Park in the final game of the season and Y as eg OW Ome
clinched the District Trophy tor Memorial. MOYJ2 Flmonl -"'-'-' Home 6 5
Doug Wassmer received the Most Valuable May l4 WOlT Whitman .. Away 9 4
Player Award, Vic lvansheck was elected Captain, May IQ Lynbfook IIII.. Home 7 2
and Mr. Stempel was the coach. Mcy 22 Amnyvine H-.H AWOY 5 5
May 26 Halt-Hollow Hills Home ii 0
May 29 Floral Park ..... Away 8 5
Team members receive last minute instructions from
Coach, Mr. Stemple.
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VARSITY CLUB: FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Balestrino, G. Heck,
L. Cohen, Adviser, N. Baudo, R. Schaub. SECOND ROW: A.
Medina, P. Mackaut, D. Wassmer, D, Ring, J. Onysko, J, Gray,
R. Rankin, R. Glickstein, W. Pouelson, P. Greiner, A. Subach, D.
Oehl, P. Wolynec, C. Hoenig, K. Leupp, J. Leahy. THIRD ROW:
R. Abbate, R. Giandanna, T. Wilson, B. Roe, A. Sorrentino, A.
The Varsity Club is an organization composed of
and dedicated to Memorial's athletes. Along with
their extensive program and benefits to the Gladia-
tors, the club plays an important part in school
sports and other functions. Such activities and selling
hot-dogs, cokes and programs at home games are
a few ot the projects sponsored by the Varsity Club.
Membership in the Varsity Club is conhned to
Markussen, G, Glaser, N, Ogden, H. Orr, C. Schweizer, V. Ivan-
sheck, W. Hall, R. Koplin, J. Darcy, R. Eckert. FOURTH ROW:
C. Seawood, B. Smith, C. Schloss, E. Kelly, A, Edel, C. McAl-
lister, T. Waldron, J. Meyer, G. Meyers, P. Hecker, S. Caltager-
one, C. Hilton, M. Milo, W. Hottman, D, Servver.
those athletes vvho have been outstanding enough
in their field to merit a varsity letter. Membership in
this organization, therefore, comes only as a result
of many hours of hard work.
The otticers are: Co-president, Gary Heck and
Nick Baudo, Secretary, Richard Schaub, and Treas-
urer, Charles Balestrino. Mr. David Star acted as
Bud Hilton, Co-captain of the Football Team, re-
ceives a trophy from Mr. L. Cohen.
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BOYS' LEADER CORPS: FIRST ROW, left to right: R. Mull, R. Ab-
bate, G. Reich, P. Wolynec, H. Orr, G. Meyers, W. Pouelson, D,
Oehl. SECOND ROW: F. Helgeson, B. Haig, W. Natalie, R.
BOYS' LEADER CORPS
The Boys' Leader Corps is a group of boys organ-
ized to be of service in physical education classes. The
members are a select group with the qualifications of
sports ability, a better than average scholastic record
and above all, good leadership ability.
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fundamental principals and skills of the major sports.
Other activities aside from these have been selling
tickets at sport contests and sponsoring a student-
The ofticers were. President, Harold Orr, and Vice
President, Arthur Markussen. The advisor was Mr. L.
Bill Pouleson helps the younger boys during gym classes.
Pete Wolynec demonstrates the
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TWIRLERS: FIRST ROW, left to right: Eileen McCrea, Jeanne Feld- Carol Leonard, Virginia Kreyling, Carmen Hernandez, Jeanne
man, Deanna Brent, Dot Junge, Nancy Zith, Marilyn Dmuchowski, Snabel, Karin Miller, Libby Christon, Barbara Calogero, Diane
Sandra Bosand. SECOND ROW: Barbara Ostro. THIRD ROW: De Gianno, Leona Balcuk, Barbara lslernan.
' j Twirl ers
With flashing silver batons, bobbing tassels on their boots, and
clocklike precision, the Memorial Twirlers strutted onto the field dur-
ing the football half-times. Combining natural ability with a great
deal of practice, the girls put on many a dazzling show and added
color and pep to the band performances.
Ably led by Captain, Barbara Ostro, Co-captain, Nancy Zith and
Mrs. Carolyn Tallow, their advisor, the girls were special attractions
at the United States Week Parade and at our pep rallies and special
The Twirlers form an "M" as part of their Marching Drum Maiorette, Barbara Ostro, leads the Varsity
Band routine. Twirlers in their routine.
Twirlers display their I
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VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: LEFT TO RIGHT: Betty Reiss, Arlene Seltzer, Barbara De Meo, Nancy Kirk, Barbara
Paschette, Margaret Schmid, Gail Becker, Janet Young, Joanne Herbert, Bea Gregorio,
F-l-T-E, tight team tight!! yelled the ten girls on the Varsity Cheer-
leaders. Their new royal blue princess line outfits with high collars
were seen in motion at every Varsity Football and Basketball game,
pep rally, and special assembly as they help lead Memorial on to
With pep, vim and vigor the girls, led by Barbara Pachette, Cap-
tain, Margie Schmid, co-captain, and Mrs. Constance Stoll, their ad-
visor, were alvvays there boosting school spirit and fighting for
With sideline urging, concentration, and that extra
"push," the Cheerleaders "F. . .l...T. . .E" almost
as hard as the boys on the field.
Cheerleaders' confident smiles assure victory for our
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TO RIGHT: Dot Pagano, Alice Bailey,
Marie De Martino, Marilyn Walrapp,
Betty Rivera. Nancy Fuelling, Irene Rud-
dock, Brenda Neuschulz.
Junior Varsit " "Cheerleaders
With arms waving, legs kicking, voices cheering and skirts flying
the Junior Varsity "A" Cheerleaders proudly cheered at J.V. football
and basketball games and at our pep rallies.
Dressed in blue and white, they stood ready with a cheer for each
gain or victory scored by Memorial.
Led by their advisor, Mrs, Constance Stoll, Captain, Betty Rivera
and Co-Captain, Nancy Fuelling, the girls strove tor perfection.
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J.V. CHEERLEADERS, "B" SQUAD: RIGHT
TO LEFT: Nancy Firrioli, Carol Freiclin,
Nancy Ellis, Eileen Olivefo, PaT Van
Cc-TT, Joann Kirk, Marie Di Lorenzo,
KaThy Ewald, Alice Seymour, Carolyn
Junior Varsity " " Cheerleaders
"We're from Memorial," shouTed The energeTic Junior VarsiTy "B"
Cheerleaders as They added Their voices To The oTher shouTs urging
our J.V. FooTbalI and BaskeTloall Teams on The paTh To vicTory.
AT each pep rally Their skirTs and vveskiTs in our school colors could
be seen as They did Their loesT To encourage more school spiriT.
Through consTanT pracTice under The leadership of Mrs. ConsTance
SToll, Advisor, CapTain Nancy Firrioli, and Co-capTain, Joann Kirk,
The girls conTinued Their rouTines.
"Aces high, deuces lovv, Are you
ready? LeT's go!"
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ROMANETTES: LEFT TO RIGHT: Gail Crawford, Janet Dennis, Ellen Ryan, Barbara Walker, Yvonne Wil-
liams, Janice Holm, Patricia Tate, Hildegarde Riemer, Susan Klausner,
One, two, three, kick! Over and over again, day
after day lvlemorial's precision dance line, the Ro-
manettes, worked hard and long to blend eighteen
individuals into a synchronized, coordinated, whole.
Although at times the members of this organization
were discouraged, they stuck it out and were re-
warded in September by the applause they received
in response to their spectacular performance at the
Football Jamboree. ln February their Charleston
Routine was the talk at the school.
Romanette oiahcers, Janice Holm, Stephanie Widrner, Pat
Tae, Jan Dennis, Virginia Baer, and Mary Bartkowski,
exemplify style and rhythm.
To be selected as a Romanette each girl had to
pass a personal interview and an equally difficult
tryout in which dancing ability was tested. From. the
many applicants eighteen were selected.
Under the guidance ot Miss Gayle Balsam, the
advisor, Captain, Pat Tate and Co-Captain, Jan
Dennis, the girls strove tor perfection and came as
close to their goal as is humanly possible.
Patty Bartkowski, the mascot ot the Romanettes, and an uni
dentihed canine friend pose at halt-time.
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ROMANETTES: LEFT TO RIGHT: Maureen McNulty, Virginia Baer, Stephanie Widmer, Lorraine Baum, Carol
Schultz, Joan Vanecek, Angela Casale, Mary Barfkowski, Patricia Kane.
The Romaneftes, a
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SENIOR HIGH GIRLS' SPORTS CLUB: FIRST
ROW, left to right: E, Metzler, A. Jocobsen,
J. Halpern, R. Dessner, L. Afios, E. AIIen,
M. Frosco, A. Smith. SECOND ROW: D.
Boldt, M. Merkerf, Q.lISVM5OVff1L,eE-LAlQJl-
Iey, Miss J. Rudermon, Advisorf'JA
Soufhern, H. Longon, P, Von Coff, J. Porr
THIRD ROW: M. Gunther, J. Zeigler, K
Hohn, M. Miller, I, Weifmonn.
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SENIOR HIGH GIRLS' SPORTS CLUB: FIRST
ROW, Ieff to right: B. Colcxmis, I. Muller
E. Wicks, A. Boccio, P. Abbcto, M. Pesce
P. Weiss, D. Pies, B. Kasper, E. Oliveto
SECOND ROW: M. Tomcszewski, C. Meek
C. Hingulor, E. Frcxnk, J. Erb, M. Thoden
Mrs. L. Limoxes, Advisor, J. Kirk, M. Turner
V. Doerrer, A. Eide, A. Riccon, E. Weiss
THIRD ROW: E. Renwick, G. Dodge, L
Gustafson, L, Zydrko, K. Dibczri, D. Kcilish
K. Ewold, V. Mcmgcinero.
ARCHERY: FIRST ROW, Ief'I fo righf: M
Miller, K. Hczhn, C. Hingulor, V. Mon-
gcncro, J. Herbert, A. Southern, L. Zdyrko
E. McSorIey. SECOND ROW: D. Koiish, J
Lersen, M. Turner, H, Longon, E. Mefzler,
M. Merkert, K. Feurey, J. Adelmon, B. Kos-
per, A. Riccon, P, Von Coit, D. Wright
CENTER: E. Wicks.
BOWLING CLUB: FIRST ROW, left to right:
E. Wicks, N, Fuelling, J. Halpern, P. Van
Cott, H. Langan, A. Riccon, J. Bouladier, B.
Cczlamis. SECOND ROW: M. Miller, D.
Wright, K. Hahn, A. Southern, J. Ziegler,
E. lVlCSorley, K. De Barri, V, Huclak, V.
Doerrer, D. Boldt.
HOCKEY AND SOCCER CLUB KBELOWI:
FIRST ROW, left to right: Arlene Boccia,
Patricia Abloato, Marie Pesce, Doris Boldt,
Annette Riccon, Audrey Eide, Janice Holm,
Judy Erlo, Linda Zdyrka, Joyce Ziegler.
CENTER: Elise Wicks.
ADVANCED DANCERS CLUB LMIDDLE
RIGHTJ: LEFT TO RIGHT: F. Salemi, lvl. Via-
rengo, S. Gcilderisi, P. Dziomba, K. Hukak,
M. Smith, E. lvlazurkiewicz. CENTER: D.
APPARATUS AND TRAMPOLINE: FIRST
ROW, left to right: E. Frank, A. Riccon, M.
Pesce. SECOND ROW: P. Alabato, A. Boc-
cio, V. tvlanganaro, J. Porr, E. Wicks, E.
Allen. THIRD ROW: H. Langan, L. Zdyrko.
7th GRADE GIRLS' INTRAMURALS: FIRST ROW, left to right: P. Brown, B. Carolan, C. Sanchez, N. Hahn
A. Bora, R. Palmieri. SECOND ROW: N. Grube, E. Rodgers, P. Keck, L. Fuelling, B. Straka, J. Langone, J. Dis-
cald, J. Latsko, J. Heflner, C. Alexandra, C. Christ, K. Sadlo, A. Bailey. THIRD ROW: I. Isnardi, C. Belotte,
K. Atkinson, M. Sanchez, C. Grant, E. Pollack, V. Ruffert, D. Stillvvell, A. Nachemson, L. Schonewald, R. Spec-
tor, J. Clark. FOURTH ROW: A. Ress, E. Eberle, J. Greftrath, M. Roberti, D. McAllister, K. Birmingham, A
Yasinoski, C. Roberts, S. Rovner, F. Oster, R. Zambito, B. Reile.
JUNIOR HIGH SOCCER AND FIELD
HOCKEY: FIRST ROW, left to right: V.
Oclerman, M. Holm, E. lvansheck, G.
Robertson, R. Jaeger, C. Roberts. SEC-
OND ROW: A. Tarb, L. Beauclet, M.
Thomson, Miss T. Olmecla, Advisor, M.
Melton, R. Wessinger.
JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS' SPORTS CLUB: FIRST ROW, left to right: E. lvansheck, M. Holm, J. Arnett, L. Drassner,
L. Cornell, J. Heck, G. Smith, L. Johnson, J. Freidman, P. Walsh, V. Weck, S, Zuckerman. SECOND ROW:
G. Robertson, A. Taub, C. Phelps, S. Lando, M. Breit, N. Brown, J. Van Oostrom, L. Carlson, L. Zdiebkovvski,
A. Laky, D. Lempicky, R. Wessinger, P. Lance, S. Georges. THIRD ROW: J. Joerg, D. Steinrnetz, M. Thomp-
son, B. Capaccio, I. Cleary, V. Odermon, S. Hennings, K. Keshian, C, Christiansen, S. Pollett, D. Spahr, R,
Jaeger, M. Melton.
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7tI1 GRADE GIRLS' INTRAMURALS: FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Wolf, K. Scully, K. Camp, J. Newark J Carl
sen, M. Conde, M. Falk, L. Saccoccio, A. Charney. SECOND ROW: A. Kane, M. Fleming, M. Fransen B
Hockeiser, R. Frank, S. Selvern, V. Milio, M. Holland, A. Ehrsam, N. O'Steen, J. Fricker, B, Juliana THIRD
ROW: L. Owens, P. Kciessinger, J. Kalbtletsch, L. Beaudet, A. Wesely, D. Hulett, J. Reitman, l. Briggin C
Sather, C. Kosinski. FOURTH ROW: H. Moriber, M. Piemonta, P. Casillo, P. Belyea, M. Messano V Buo
naiuto, P. McAndrews, M. Macdonald, E. Kinsella, E. Miller.
JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS' TUMBLING CLUB
FIRST ROW, left to right: E. Rodgers, K
Scully, A. Ress, E. Eberle, M. Piemon, J
Langone, J. Arnett, R. Spector, M. Fran-
sen, P. Keck. SECOND ROW: S. Zuck-
man, L. Soccoccio, l. Isnardi, P. Ca-
sullo, K. Birmingham, Miss J. Ruderman,
Advisor, A. Yasinowski, K. Steinmetz, J
Joerg, S. Georges.
Junior High Girls of the Tumbling and Apparatus Club get a Miss J. Ruclerman, Advisor, helps the girls of the Tumbling and
workouf on The equipment, Apparatus Club perform stunts.
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GIRLS' LEADER CORPS: FIRST ROW, left to right: P. Stephens,
E. Frank, J. Cancro, E, Holm, J. Holm, B. Rivera, E. Weiss, N
Fuelling, C. Creta, J. Agosta. SECOND ROW: H, Riemer, S. Wid
mer, L. Atlas, M. Lella, J. Erb, A. Baccio, J. Stout, A. Jacobson
R. Dessner, D. Pies, C. Pelkowski, THIRD ROW: V. Manganaro,
K. Miller, M. Wallrapp, S. Konowalow, K, Hahn, S. Klausner, P.
Okulski, A. Bailey, H. Langan, Y. Williams, D. Wright, M. Za-
netti, B. Schoneboom, M. Tureo. FOURTH ROW: I. Weitman, V.
Kreyling, B. Kaspar, J. Porr, G. Merrell, S. Maher, L. Maystrick,
J. Herbert, A, Riccon, J. Piccarella.
Girls Leaders' Corps
Girls in white gym suits, with quick smiles, and
helping hands were seen throughout the two girls'
gymnasiums as they went about their jobs as mem-
bers ot Girls' Leader Corp. Under the guidance ot
Miss Rosalia Gioia, their advisor, the girls assisted
the physical education teachers in the classes, om-
cioted at intramurals, and arranged and took part
in the Girls' Week Observance, the referee clinic,
During a gym class, Leader Corps girls help
teach modern dance techniques.
and many varied playdays.
Color and enioyment were added to their year by
the Christmas Party, annual dance, Mother-Daughter
Dinner, and the camping trip to Pawling, New York.
The club otticers were Arlene Boccio, President,
Arlene Jacobson, Vice President, Patricia Tate,
Treasurer, Maria Lella, Recording Secretary, and
Elizabeth Weiss, Corresponding Secretary.
Stunts and tumbling are part of the Leader
Members of Leader Corps, who assist in
gym classes, go over the fundamentals
at tield hockey.
HONOR LEADER CORPS: LEFT TO RIGHT: Arlene Boccio, Judy STouT, Judy Erb, Miss R.
Gioia, Janice Holm, PaT Tate.
AchievemenTs in leadership, characTer, ciTizenship
and service of The girls of New Hyde Park Memorial
were broughT into vievv in The Second Annual Girls'
Week Observance on OcTober 25-31.
Special religious services, held on SaTurday and
Sunday, marked The beginning of The Week. On
Monday The Girls' Leader Corps, in a solemn serv-
SOCCER PLAYDAY: FIRST ROW, leff To righiz G, RoberT-
The five girls of Honor Leader
Corps were chosen ioinTly by The
members of The Girls' Leader
Corps and The Girls' Physical Edu-
caTion DeparTmenT for ouTsTanding
service and abiIiTy. WiTh Mrs. T.
Limaxes, Their advisor, The girls,
dressed in red uniforms wiTh a
whiTe N, added To The efflciency
in The gymnasium boTh during and
ice, inducTed iTs new members. A FaTher-DaughTer
Square Dance vvas held on Tuesday. Wednesday
was marked by The Third Annual Honor Girls'
Assembly. On Thursday a disTricT volleyball playday
was given and The Senior High School Physical Edu-
caTion DemonsTraTion climaxed The week an Friday.
W' r T Th Valle ball TournamenT ose happily for The
son M. Holm, E. lvansheck. SECOND ROW: V. Oderman, inne s o e y p
S. Fetrowski, C. ChrisTensen, A. Laky, K, PeeT, R. Jaeger. phofogrcipher.
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lnductees anxiously await the Leader Corps lnduction Cere- Members ot Girls' Leader Corps decorate for the Father-
mony on October 27. Daughter Square Dance.
Fathers and daughters "swing their partners" at the command
of the square dance caller.
Arlene Boccio conducts a meeting of the Girls' Week plan- President, Arlene Boccio, addresses parents and Leader Corps
ning committee. members at the lnductlon Ceremony.
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This is the second publication ot the New
Hyde Park Memorial LANCE. In it we of the
LANCE statt have tried to produce a pic-
torial record ol Memorial's i958-59 school
year. We hope that in years to come you
will leaf through this book otten and that
it will bring back fond memories ot your
high school days.
As is the case with any worthy endeavor,
we encountered many obstacles along the
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attended the Hofstra College Yearbook Forum in the
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way, but through the cooperation of the
LANCE stalt we were able to surrnount
them, satisfactorily we hope.
I would like to express my sincere grati-
tude to the entire 1959 LANCE stat? and
advisors for their assistance and coopera-
tion. l would also like to' express a special
thanks to Mrs. Kondulis, our advisor, with-
out whom the publication of the i959
LANCE would not have been possible.
Lancers discuss the day's photography schedule.
Barbara De Meo
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Mrs. Kathleen Byrne
Stanley Lozowski M
Mrs. Pauline Kondulis
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r. James De Nicola
LANCE HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES:
FIRST ROW, left to right: R. Hecker, A,
Lavenziano, K. McCook, E. Berk, P, Walsh
R. Palmieri, A, Ehrsarn, J. Greffrath, V.
Buonaiuto, R. Long, W. Ambacker. SEC-
OND ROW: R, Greco, N. Brown, E. Cho-
inski, D. McCormick, A. Ahlers, J. Porr,
L. Maystrik, A. Eide, M. Manotaro. THIRD
ROW: I, Briggin, C. Roberts, I. Krieger, P.
Young, M. Dreher, L. Wankel, E. Goral,
B. Siegel, M. Cogan, L, Feroldi, J. Zizzo.
FOURTH ROW: C. Hilton, L. Hausch, C.
Becker, J. Adelmarr, L. Zdyrko, E. Metz-
ler, L. Krabel, R, Maxon, C, Smith, R.
LANCE BUSINESS STAFF: STANDING, left
to right: Doanld Marchese, Rayna D'Auria
Ralph Clair. SEATED: Maria Zanetti, Carol
Leonard, Carol Christiansen, Joan Adel
mon, Nick Baudo.
LANCE PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF: LEFT TO
RIGHT: Mr. Arthur Delaney, Advisor,
Roberts Jenkins, Patricia Stephens,
LANCE ART STAFF: LEFT TO RIGHT: Stan-
ley Lozowski, Gail Becker, Mr. De Nicola,
Advisor: Gary Metzler.
LANCE PUBLlClTY STAFF: LEFT TO
RIGHT: Barbara De Meo, Martin Pe-
Trella, Elaine Johnson.
LANCE PICTORIAL STAFF: STANDING,
left to right: Stanley Lozowski, Martin
Pefrella, Barbara De Meo, Rayna
D'Auria, Carol Schultz, SEATED: Mary
Barfkawslci, Barbara Osfro, Sue Klaus-
ner, Nancy Kirk, Virginia Baer.
DELTA SIGMA: FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Christie, W. Hall,
P. Greiner, D. Ring, R. Schaub, S. Caltagirone, A. Sorrentino, N.
Baudo, SECOND ROW: R. Shapiro, R. Giandana, G. Heck, E.
Delta Sigma is a boys' organization dedicated to
the ideal of serving the school, the community and
themselves to the best of their ability. Boosting
school spirit was one of the major projects under-
taken by this active group and the Delta Sigma boys
could be seen around school publicizing the various
athletic and social events conducted during the
The booth at the Student Council Bazaar was a
big success and the various social functions this club
Delta Sigma boys are very hard on
Kelly, G. Meyers, C. Balestrino, R. Glickstein, R. Rankin. THIRD
ROW: H. Orr, A. Markussen, W. Hoffman, R. Monson, T. Wilson,
G. Glaser, A. Davis, D, Wassmer.
ran for its members were also very successful. Their
meetings were conducted in an atmosphere of hard
work tempered by good fellowship. This past year
was truly a fruitful year for Delta Sigma.
Our officers were Richard Schaub, President,
Robert Rankin, Vice President, Gary Heck, Secre-
tary, Paul Greiner, Treasurer, Sal Caltagione,
Sergeant-at-Arms, Donald Ring, Chaplain, Our ad-
visor was Mr. George Costigan.
Look out! Delta Sigma's newest satellite
members who refuse to pay clues. Another well organized meeting of Delta Sigma. President Dick Schaub, is being launched
ZETA RHO HI-Y: FIRST ROW, left to right: J. Stout, C. Linek, E.
Holm, L. Kissel, C. Cornet, K. Berk, G. Dodge, M. Hilton, B.
De Meo, G. Crawford. SECOND ROW: M. Turner, H. Langan,
Another organization here at Memorial dedicated
To The ideal of service To both The school and the
community is Zeta Rho Hi-Y. This organization
boasts an active group of girls who had a busy
calendar planned for This year.
AT The Top of The list were Their proiects Tor
Christmas and Easter. During The Christmas holidays
this group visited various hospitals and orphanages
To bring gifts and holiday cheer To The patients. At
Easter The members all pitched in to address enve-
J. Holm, S. Klausner, H. Riemer, B. Walker, J. Vanecek, M. Zae
netti, B. Martin. THIRD ROW: A. Jacobson, J. Adelmon, N. Kalb,
K. Hahn, D. Fiske.
lopes in which Easter seals were to be mailed.
ln addition to all The work, members had Time to
relax and enioy Themselves at various social meet-
ings Throughout The year.
Our ofhcers were Kathe Berk, President, Pat
O'Kulski, Vice President, Marcia Hilton, Recording
Secretary, Grace Dodge, Corresponding Secretary,
Colette Cornet, Treasurer, Linda Kissel, Historian
and Chaplain. Our advisor was Mrs. Sheila
Members of Zeta Rho make beautiful music Mrs, November, Zeta Rho advisor, conducts a Zeta Rho girls have charm and per
Together. board meeting.
Delta Gamma girls sample their wares.
DELTA GAMMA HI-Y: FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Eipper, A. Genovese, L. Lutkenhaus, B. Paschette, M. Schmid, J. Young, D.
Seltzer, J. Dennis, Mrs. F. Dubin, Advisor, T. Kotish, J. Forlenzo, Oliveto, C. Ziegler, P. Paetow. THIRD ROW: C. Murphy, K. Gross,
D. Pearson, D, Svec. SECOND ROW: M. Joerg, V. Matheis, T. E. Weiss, D. Wright, M. Towne, C. Pelkowski.
Service to the students, the faculty and the com-
munity is the purpose ot this busy organization.
Activities for the year included a service project tor
a hospital and a Student Council Bazaar Booth.
This Hi-Y also took subscriptions to and distributed
the New York Times and the Herald Tribune to stu-
dents and faculty. This proiect was deeply appreci-
ated by all those served.
Tina Kotish served as President, Jan Dennis as
Vice President, Arlene Seltzer as Corresponding
Secretary, Gerry Florenza as Recording Secretary,
Alice Ulrich as Treasurer, Marianne Eipper as Ser-
geant at Arms, and Diane Svec as Chaplain. Our
advisor was Mrs. F. Dubin.
Tina Kotish, a tall prospect for presi-
Delta Gamma girls depend on each
Omega Chi boys conduct very prohta-
OMEGA CHI HI-Y: FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Vi Vona, M. Milo, L. De Rose, Mr. Koehler, Advisorg S, Lozowe
ski, E. Taylor, S. Kohn. SECOND ROW: G. Cuttarro, S. Moculeski, A. Grazanka, E. Blair, L. Castellano,
B. Roe, B. Augello, G. Hogan.
Omega Chi Hi-Y is a boys organization dedicated
primarily to service both to the school and the com-
munity. Various plans to raise money were carried
out during the last year including a school-wide
treasure hunt climaxed by a Satelite Dance. Their
Student Council Bazaar booth also proved a great
success by capturing a Hrst place ribbon and three
silver dollars at the 1958 Bazaar.
Stan Lozowski served as President, Ed Taylor as
Vice President, Mike Milo as Recording Secretary,
Louis De Rose as Treasurer, and Warren Webster as
Sergeant at Arms. Their advisor was Mr. A. Kohler.
These boys seem a bit confused.
ski, is top man in this hi-y.
lt's easy to see that President, Stan Lozow
SENIOR HIGH CONCERT BAND: Flutes M. Col uhoun Cl ' t
: q , anne s: now, M. Tureo, C. ViVona, B. Young. Cornets: L. Castellana, R.
R. Bellamente, D. Day, W. Hoffman, A. Horn, N, Hunt-Jones, S. Clair, R. Eckert. Percussion: K. Hahn, M. Towne, R. Byrne, M.
Maher, V. Manganaro, R. Mayer, R. Mistretta, E. Morris, M. Ol- Quinlan, F. Muli, Mr. William Millner, Advisor.
sen, K. Schaeffer, C. Schweizer, I. Silverman, T. Temple, W. Tor-
Senior Hi h Band
This past year was auite a busy one for the Senior
High Band as it saw the band participating in more and
more programs as part of an ever-expanding program
sponsored by the Music Department. In addition to play-
ing at numerous assemblies throughout the year, the
band performed at a patriotic concert given during
United States Week in October. Who can forget their
rendition of LeRoy Anderson's "Sleighride" given at the
Christmas Concert. The Spring Concert was also a huge
success drawing both parents and students to hear the
JUNIOR HIGH CONCERT BAND: Flutes: N. Clair, L. Dirnore, K.
Julis, M. Melton, J. Newark, J. Silverman, M. Thomson, Clarinets:
E. Bracy, R. Dipaola, L. Drassner, T. Finkel, R. Goldstein, B. Gulch
J. Heck, S. Hennings, K. Korch, S. Lando, M. MacDonalds. Trum
wide selection of melodies.
However, the band does not merely provide enter-
tainment for members of the school and community. It
also performs the vital function of providing students
who are musically inclined with the opportunity to ex-
ercise those talents that they possess.
Our ofhcers were Steve Kohn, President, Marjorie
Towne, Vice President, Richard Giandana, Treasurer.
Our director was Mr. William Millner.
pets: L. Alexander, D. Clair, .l. Dahl, D. Day, S. Head, F. Ianni
D. Mangano, Percussion: W. Alexander, R. Cancro, G. Chalmersi
Miss Homan, Advisor.
SENIOR HIGH CONCERT BAND: Saxophones: A. Dahl, P, Hecker,
T. Leovy, E. Piccinni, E. Rockwood, F. Scholer, V. Suprenont.
Horns: P, Greiner, T. Smith, A. Ulrich. Cornets: R. Goldstein, V
lvonscheck, P. Mcickciui, M. Petrello, Trombones: R. Giondono
The Two-Told purpose oT The Junior High Bond is To
odd To The cuITurol life oi The school ond community
Through The medium of music ond To Teoch junior high
sTudenTs musicionship ond on opprecioiion of beTTer
Keeping This purpose in sighT, the eighTy-piece bond
periormed brilliontly oT The Christmos Concert ond The
Spring Concerf. IT cilso ployed ot severol ossembly ond
oTher speciol progroms os o service To The school. To
JUNIOR HIGH CONCERT BAND: Clorinetsz D, Misfreito, F. Oster,
A. PoTkin, M. Rankin, B. Schclul, K. Scully, J. Spcingher, C, Thieme
T, Tromponi, K. Woblne, A. Tciub. Suxophones: S. Hole, L. Housch,
N. Kirsch, A, Williams, E. Feeley, F. Scholer, W, Webster, D, Aud-
ley, J. Gerth. Horns: C. Roberts, P. Stevenson, J. Vontine. Trum-
pets: W. Mozzoro, R. Meier, A. Nesensohn, R. Petillo. R. Niles
C. Hennings, D. Miller, K, Pieper, G. Smith, Buritones: J. Kolb-
fleisch, D, Ring, T. Syversten. Tubos: K. Birmingham, W. Lucress,
M. Rozzc1.Tympc1ni: S, Kohn,
show The younger musicions in The disTricT iust whoT o
high school bond wos like, the bond sTc1ged o concert
Tor The grode schools in New Hyde Pork.
Donold Clciir served os PresidenT, RoberT Ccmcro os
Vice PresidenT, Joyce Dohl os Secretory, Ross TuTschulTe
os Treosurer ond Amy Toub, Lois Housch, Meredith
Thomson, Morgciret Ronkin ond Mcirthcx ivielTon os Li-
brorions. Our director wos ivliss Shirley Homon.
C. Rovner, K. Schcr, R. Thodrrn. Bciritones. H. Dc- Woltofi, W. Hyb-
bcneth, R. Monners, W. Wohstcr, Trombones: L. Dohl, R. Dipoolo,
R. Hunn, D. Reiner, J. Stoluh, R. Tutschulte, G. XNright. Boss: K.
Birmingham, R, Horris, R Price, R. Zysk. Percussion: F. Freketic
G. Wollropp, C. Wessinger.
DANCE BAND: FIRST ROW,
left to right: Saxophones,
Thomas Le a v y, Betty-Joy
Young, Arlene Dahl, Vaughn
Surprenant, Fred Scholer, Gui-
tar, Eleanor Zimmerman. SEC-
OND ROW: Trumpets, Martin
Petrella, Peter Mackaut, Victor
ivansheck, Trombones, Grant
Smith, Richard Giandana,
Donald Miller iabsenti. THIRD
ROW: Drums, Steve Kohn, Mr.
W. Millner, Advisor, Piano,
Veronica Braunstein iabsenti,
Bass, Robert Zysk iabsenti.
Providing a solid dance beat in any tempo ranging
from a Iindy to a polka - that's what the Dance Band
is tor. The band features several instruments such as
bass, guitar and piano not ordinarily found in a con-
cert band. l
The band's heavy schedule included engagements at
several dances held at Memorial and the Christmas
Concert. in addition, the Dance Band was invited to
perform at the Mardi Gras held at Sevvanhaka this
Our advisor was Mr. William Millner.
The purpose of the Piano Club is to afford pianists
the opportunity to play the piano in an ensemble.
Members are taught to integrate two or more separate
parts into one harmonic, musical unit while performing
their specialty, four and eight hand compositions tor
This past year our members participated in the
Christmas Concert, the Spring Concert and in a piano
recital held in the spring.
Our advisor was Mr, Bertram Konovvitz.
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PIANO CLASS: FIRST ROW
left to right: B. Chluczinski, G.
Smith, C. Phelps, Mr. B. Kono-
witz, Advisor, C. Sciuto, G
Steinhauser, S. Spachner.
SECOND ROW: C. Jackson
B. Leonard, L. Krabel, E.
Salcal, C. Gerber, M. Melton,
R. Braunstein, R. Wessinger.
This year The members of The French Club spoke only
French aT mosT club meeiings and one wonders how
anyThing could be accomplished in The face of This ob-
sTacle. This club seems To have The problem solved as
iT acquainTed members vviTh The culTure of France
Through such media as slides, records and guesT
Our advisor was Mrs. D. Flannery.
CHESS AND CHECKERS CLUB
FIRST ROW, left To righh L
Mancuso, l. lsnardi, H. Berrent
Mr. D. Gould, Advisor, D. Kap
lan, W, Ross, P. Serafinn. SEC
OND ROW: N. Grube, J. Clark,
A. Ress, K. Leonhardt, J. Van
Tine, F. Rudell, B. Sondheimer
THIRD ROW: R. Alpin, R. FusT
S. Gardner, G. Schaub, P
Morea, K. Karch, R. Long
FOURTH ROW: L. Meyer, L
Breiffeld, R. Masson, A. Laven
ziano, C. Wolff, A. Chavatte.
FRENCH CLUB: FIRST ROW,
lefT To righiz M. Messana, K.
Gross, C. Ziegler, Mrs. D.
Flannery, J. Halpern, K.
Peei, M. Kogan. SECOND
ROW: K. Feurey, J. llTis, J.
Tomlinson, K. Quinlan, M.
ZaneTTi, A. Selizer, J. Ark-
wright, J. Whife, B. Siegel.
THIRD ROW: C. Gardner, D.
Spahr, R. Dessner, L. De
Rose, R. Goodman, R. Brown,
C. Hingular, C. HebensTreiT,
Chess and Checkers
Developing skills in chess and checkers as well as
fosTering a compeTiTive spiriT were goals of The Chess
and Checkers Club. Informal rnaiches and organized
TournamenTs helped decide The Top players in our
school and members dream of The day when DisTricT-
wide compeTiTion will be a realiTy.
Our officers were Dave Kaplan, PresidenT, William
Ross, Vice PresidenT, Howard Berrenl, SecreTary-
Treasurer. Mr. D. Gould was our advisor.
CHARIOT: FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Meyer, M. Hilton, J. Holm,
D. Fiske, Mrs. R. Rosenberg, Mr, J. London, Miss L. Carney, Ad-
visors, H. Riemer, S. Widmer, J. Stout, J, Vanecek. SECOND
ROW: E. Renwick, J. Piccarella, S. Konowolow, E. Weiss, L.
Zdiebkowski, E. Fischer, A. Berg, C. Ziegler, J. Fass, D. Pies,
B. Leonard, M. Bauman. THIRD ROW: M. Merkert, P. Stephens,
M. Lella, J. Erb, M. Messana, A. Zoller, E. Bianco, M. Milberg,
D. Esche, M. Medina. FOURTH ROW: M. Lederway, D. Day,
R. Mayer, C. Vi Vona, D. Serwer, D. Krogstad, T. Gilbert, A.
Lipkin, A. Weiner.
"Get your papers here! Read all about it in the
Chariot!" Sixteen times during the past year the staft
of our school paper struggled to meet a deadline and
print a newspaper for the news-hungry students at
Memorial. During the earlier part of the year the loyal
members of the Chariot's staff weren't even slowed
down by the wide spread strike ot the newspaper
This year was a year of many accomplishments. ln
addition to being the first newspaper in the district to
be published every other week, our paper again won
a second place award at the Columbia Scholastic Press
Our staff consisted of l-lildegarde Riemer, Editor-in-
Chiet, Dorothy Fiske, Managing Editor, Stephanie Wid-
mer, News Editor, Judy Stout, Feature Editor, Joan Pic-
arella, Junior High Editor, Joan Vanecek, Exchange
Editor. Mr. John London, Mrs. Ruth Rosenberg and Miss
Loretta Carney were our advisors.
The Chariot art stat? draws editorial cartoons
while advisor, Mr, London, and editor, Hildegarde
Lost minute corrections are made on Riemer, look On.
copy before the Chariot goes to press.
Sales boom as the Chariot is eagerly
Stephanie Wi mer eps anice om ig
her candle ai The Tall Induction Ceremony.
HONOR SOCIETY: FIRST ROW, IefT To righiz B. OsTro, C. Cornef, L. BernsTein, A. Berg, K. Berk. FOURTH ROW: J. Stout, Y. Williams,
J. Dennis, C. Ginzburg, Mr. lvlcElderry, Advisor: P. Greiner, P. J. Holm, C. Michael, B. PascheTTe, S. Lozowski. FIFTH ROW:
Okulski, lvl. BarTkowski, SECOND ROW: B. De Meo, S. Widmer, G. Heck, D. Ring, W. Hall, D. Schaub, M. PeTrella, R. Brown,
L. Baum, H. Riemer, S. Klausner, V. lvansheck, C. Schulfz, E. Holm, J. Erb.
L. De Rose. THIRD ROW: C. Campo, J. Stegmann, J. Vanecek,
CharacTer, Service, Leadership, Scholarship! These
Tour words keynoTe The purpose and obiecTives of The
NaTional Honor SocieTy. Composed of The Top TiTTeen
per cenT of The Senior Class, This organizaTion requires
These Tour TraiTs in all members and seeks To TurTher
develop Them Through o naTion-wide program.
Members were deeply impressed by The inducTion
ceremonies which made us full-fledged members of The
Honor SocieTy enTiTled To all The privileges of member-
AcTiviTies in sfudy hall QI3 weren'T always conducTed
on The highesT inTellecTual plane buf were Tun anyway.
One of The mosT imporTanT proiecTs To The members was
The ordering of our Honor SocieTy pins. We also car-
ried on The TuToring service originaTed by lasT year's
Our ollhcers were Paul Greiner, PresidenT, ColeTTe
CorneT, Vice PresidenT, JaneT Dennis, Recording Secre-
Tory, Pafricia O'Kulslci, Corresponding SecreTary, Carol
Ginzburg, Treasurer, Richard Schaub, SergeanT-aT-
Arms. Our advisor was Mr. John lvlcElderry.
Ofhcers, Jan Dennis, Colette Cornet,
Paul Greiner, Carol Ginzburg and Paf
Okulslci, polish The Scholastic apple.
d h l J H I I ht Paul Greiner, president, and other oTTicers
welcome inductees To Honor Society.
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SAMARATEENS: FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Belitz, S. Widmer,
J, Erb, Mrs. K. Byrne, Advisor, L. Bernstein, l. Finkel, M. Milberg,
M. Pantin. SECOND ROW: M. Pesce, P. Abatto, M. Werden, M.
This past year savv the creation of a new club to add
to the long list of extracurricular organizations here at
Memorial. As their name implies, the club is composed
of girls who are willing to give of their time to help
those less fortunate than themselves. Hard work char-
acterized their many activities, all of them keynoted by
their ideal of service to others.
Among the various activities of the club were in-
cluded a booth at the Student Council Bazaar and
various projects to buy food, clothing, etc. for needy
people in our area.
Friedman, B. Pinzl, B. Kasper, D. Pies, E. Wicks. THIRD ROW: D.
Miele, E. Volz, C. Smith, E. Zimmerman, E. Fisher, M. Messona,
L. Zdyrko, S. Chao, J. White, D. Hance.
All work and no play is not good either. The girls
certainly showed that they believed this theory, as they
held many social functions for club members.
Linda Bernstein was our President, Andy Berg our
Vice President, Margaret Werden our Corresponding
Secretary, Mary Ann Messana our Recording Secretary,
Stephanie Widmer our Treasurer and Diana Pies our
Historian. Our advisor was Mrs. K. Byrne.
The meeting is adiourned on a note of
Energetic President Linda Bernstein Officers' smiles demonstrate the spirit of the or- cordiality and the feeling of a iob well
moderates discussion. ' ganization. done.
RETAILING: FIRST ROW, left to right: N. Latsko, S. Lascari, K.
Johnson, C. Allotta, Mr. J. Rooney, Advisor, R. Cox, M. Giltrap,
M. Meyer, K. Ryan. SECOND ROW: B. Picerno, T. Venezia, M.
Organized to promote interest in the tield at retail-
ing, the Retailing Club was very active this year. In
addition to etticiently running the school store, the
members participated in a luncheon given for the
employers of club members, in a behind-the-scenes trip
to o department store and in a trip to the stock market.
Mariorie Towne served as President, Edward Blair as
Vice President, Sally Lascari as Secretary, Thomas Smith
as Treasurer and Roy Scimonelli as Sergeant-at-Arms.
Our advisor was Mr. Rooney.
JUNIOR RED CROSS: FIRST ROW, left to right: P. Weiss, C.
Hernandez, J, Clark, P. Belyea, Mrs. F. Golding, Advisor, E.
Sondheimer, R. Greco, V. Allen, E. Pollack. SECOND ROW: M.
Fleming, C. Souther, V. Kreyling, R. Chainslci, K. De Bari, K.
Towne, P. Skwera, C. Fromm, E. Krause, P. Pietrowski, H. Roman.
THIRD ROW: E. Reis, R. Scimonelli, E. Blair, J. Fallacora, G.
Smith, P. Sinacore, l. Silverman.
Junior Red Cross
Another ot Memorial's active service organizations is
the Junior Red Cross. Aiding the school ond community
in every possible vvoy vvos the goal ot this year's busy
group. During the year members raised an impressive
sum ot money in a membership drive, which they sent
to aid the American National Red Cross in their work.
Our advisor was Mrs. F. Golding.
Keshion, A. Wentel, G. Steinhouser, L. Dimore. THIRD ROW: M.
Fransen, M. Wolf, J. Fricker, T. Fischer, C. Landau, M. Melton,
A. Kane, J. Kalbfleisch, V. Milio, M. Conde.
AUDIO-VISUAL SQUAD: FIRST
ROW, left to right: Edward
Feurey, Mr. A. Koehler, Mr.
A, Delaney, Kenneth Birming-
hcim. SECOND ROW: Roger
Chartrand, Wayne Kwiatkoski,
Audio-Visual Squad Photo Squad
Need a microphone or a record player? The Audio- Charged with the responsibility ot providing the
Visual boys are the ones to see. This club is in charge school with an agency to perform necessary photo-
ot the transportation, operation and maintenance ot graphic services, the Photo Squad enjoyed ci busy, pro-
the schooI's audio-visual equipment, including record lfductive year. The boys were kept hopping by requests
players, movie screens and proiectors, the public al!-fl from teachers and department heads for the develop-
dress system and the facilities ot the ouditorium.,J,V ing and printing ot pictures for school publications and
Our advisor was Mr. Albert Koehler. Jfinstructional supplements.
A y f pl, fyf' In spite ot all this activity the members still tound
if' rf ,i.'V T time to read and learn about new and interesting
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PHOTO SQUAD: FIRST ROW,
left to right: A. Heimer, D
Rive, P. Stephens, Mr. A.
Delaney, L, Zclziebkowski, A,
Galante, R, Scaglione. SEC-
OND ROW: R. Chartrond, P.
Metzler, R. Frost, W. Weik,
F. Scholer, R. Jenkins, C.
Hinoiosa, M. Henes,
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ARTIATORS: FIRST ROW, left to
right: Carol Schillizzi, Cheryl
Roberts, Mrs. Greffrath, Advisor,
Edith Bracy, Shirley Schillizzi.
SECOND ROW: Darin Baum,
Jeanne Kiefer, Ann Subach,
Janice Berman, Janet Greffrath.
Consisting of young craftsmen from the seventh,
eighth and ninth grades, the artiators work on art pro-
iects that have been requested of them by other organi-
zations here in Memorial. Signs, posters, display cases
and various other proiects are designed and executed
by this club. This work benefits the members in turn by
enabling them to develop their artistic and creative
Our advisor was Mrs. Greffrath.
Organized to advertise school events, decorate show-
cases and make displays, the Artisians carried out
many activities during the year. Among these were in-
cluded designing the posters and scenery for the Scenici
Player's Production of "Little Women," making props
for the Choir, and sponsoring field trips of interest to
Our officers were Elaine Johnson, President, Shari
Konowalow, Vice President, Diana Pearson, Secretary,
Maria Lella, Treasurer. Our advisor was Mr. Weinger.
ARTlSlANS: FlRST ROW, left
to right: M. Hilton, J. Agosto,
S. Konowalow, Mr. Vveinger,
Advisor, E. Johnson, D. Pear-
son, C. Ottesen. SECOND
ROW: R. Maxon, J, Roe, L.
Lutlcenhaus, G. Metzler, M.
Rubolcen, K, Duhnoslci, K.
Tome, J. Linelc.
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SCENICI PLAYERS: FIRST ROW, left to right: C. l-lebenstreit, R. rell, E. Fisher, L. Glass, N. Kalb, K. Feurey, K. Peet, THIRD ROW:
Strassner, J. Linek, J. Agosta, Miss M. Boyd, Advisor, L. Lutken- L. Fass, V. Matheis, P. Augello, P. Balestrino, L. Kavanagh, D.
haus, J. Adelrnan, F. Glass, S. Konowalow, B. Siegel. SECOND Leblanc.
ROW: C. Gardner, M. Thoden, P. Stephens, S. Martins, G. Mer-
"Curtain time - five minutes" was heard lust before
the Players presented their brilliant version ot "Little
Women" on December llth and l2th, Parents, teachers
and students were unanimous in voicing their acclaim
tor a job well done.
This play was only one facet ot a program which
included a road company ot "Little Women" To tour
the local elementary schools, helping with the Senior
play, a dramatic work-shop which produced a series of
one act plays and the presentation ot awards to
Our "Little Women," Frances Glass, Kay
distinguished members at the end of the year.
This program was conducted with an eye to the pur-
pose ot the Scenici Players, that is, to make it possible
for students to develop their interest in drama and to
enrich the cultural lite ot the school and community.
Our ofhcers were: Fran Glass, President, Linda Lut-
lcenhaus, Vice-President, Jeanette Agosta, Recording
Secretary, Joan Adelman, Corresponding Secretary,
Janice Meyer, Treasurer. Miss Marlene A. Boyd was
Feurey, Pat Kane ond Margie Werden Miss Boyd, who directed "Little Women," beams Pat Kane as "Jo" convulsed the audi
pose for the photographer. with relief at the play's success. ence with her imitation of Aunt MQ,-Ch
KEY CLUB: FIRST ROW, lefT 'To right S. Lozowski, C. Vl Vona,
P. Mackauf, D. Day, E. Sakal, D, Anderson, A. Subach. SECOND
ROW: M. PeTrella, D. Ring, W. Hall, P. Greiner, L. De Rose, R.
Brown, Mr. Brenner, Advisor, G. Heck, Cf BalesTrino, P. De
Nicola, E. Blair, THIRD ROW: R. Koplin,'W. TruTT, R. Monson, E.
The Key Club is an organizaTion sponsored by The
Kiwanis Club of New Hyde Park which seeks To be of
assisTance To The school and To The communiTy, while
promoTing high standards of scholarship, sporTsman-
ship and leadership.
The pasT year was a very busy one Tor The Key Club
as iT saw The members of This organizaTion performing
many Tasks in accordance wiTh The Key Club ideal of
service. AT ChrisTmas They collecTed money To donaTe
Kelly, F, Scholer, J. Meyers, R. Glickstein, R. Shapiro, R. Jenkins,
A. Horn, R. Clark. FOURTH ROW: J. Zima, V. lvansheck, T. Wil-
son, A. Markussen, C. HilTon, D. Serwer, M. Milo, A. Davis, H.
Bay, J. Onysko.
To The SalvaTion Army in response To iTs annual Tund-
raising appeal. The Key Club also helped ouT aT vari-
ous social evenTs run by The Kiwanis Club by organizing
a coaT check concession.
Louis DeRose served as PresidenT, Donald Dickson as
Vice-PresidenT, Richard Brown as Recording SecreTary,
Charles ViVona as Corresponding SecreTary, and Paul
Griener as Treasurer. Our advisor was Mr. William
Louis DeRose, president, accepTs The Key
Club's Certificale of Organization from The Key Club members enioy The dinner given by The Richard Brown and Louis DeRose
Kiwanis Club. Kiwanis Club of New Hyde Park. proudly hold The Key Club's Cerfiflcale
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FUTURE NURSES, FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Fresco, E. Allen, OND ROW: E. Cruickshunks, M. Razzo, M. Merkert, M. Pucitqco,
D. Junge, J. Fosone, J. Cervellion, G. Dodge, L. Gustafson, SEC- E. Metzler, M. Stewart, M. Tomaszewski.
The FNA serves to provide students who wish to en-
ter the Held ot nursing with some vitol loosic instruc-
tion. Members of Future Nurses ore tamiliorized vvith the
oidvointoges of a career in nursing. Here they ore also
prepored for the vorious types of problems which they
might encounter and ore ocguointed vvith the different
types ot nursing coreers.
Our otzhcers were Morgoret Stevvort, President, Joy
Cervellion, Vice President, Groce Dodge, Recording
Secretory, Evelyn Allen, Corresponding Secretory. Mrs.
Alice Valentine vvos our advisor.
FUTURE TEACHERS: FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Pantin, K.
Nopolitano, J. Drovinslci, B. Neuschulz, M. Millberg, S. Farber,
M. Werden, SECOND ROW: C. Murphy, l. Finkel, J. Young, B.
Walker, Miss Scott, Advisor, J. Usinger, P. Kone, E, Kraus,
F.T.A. vvos orgonized to ocquoint interested students
with the vorious aspects ot the teoching profession. The
club cooperates with the Guidance Department ond with
various teachers in the school in order to loecome tomilior
with the rou-tines, duties and special requirements of
each tield ot teaching.
The memloers ot this club olso enioyed a visit to ci
stote teochers' college this post yeor.
Our otticers were Joan Usinger, President, Borlooro
Wolker, Vice President, Jonet Young, Secretory, Pot
Kane, Treasurer, Evo Krouse, Historian. Our odvisor was
Miss S. Scott.
J. Feldman, THIRD ROW: J. Agosto, M. Aceto, C. Linek, K.
Feurey, C. Gardner, J. Halpern, J. Adelman, M. Zanetti, P. Pae-
tow. FOURTH ROW: J, Foss, M. Rotto, M. Eipper, T. Giannini, A.
Berg, l.. Lutkenhous, E. Fischer, M. Belitz, V, Motheis.
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FUTURE HOMEMAKERS: FIRST ROW, Ieff To righiz C. Fromm, P
Rubelsky, C. Kaider, Mrs. BrisTow, Advisor, M. D'Oi'so, A
lacono, G. Dodge. SECOND ROW: E. Cruickshanks, D. Gonzales,
This club is charged wiTh The viTal responsibiliTy of
Training high school girls oT Today To become The well
informed homemakers of Tomorrow. ln addiTion To ac-
auainiing The members wiih The pracTices oT homemak-
ing, This organizaTion sTrives To develop The personal
qualiTies of leadership and cooperaTion and To provide
service To The school.
Marilyn D'Orso served as PresidenT, Pauline Rubel-
sky as our Vice PresidenT, Grace Dodge as our Record-
Ann Calquhoun as our
ing SecreTary, Mary
Corresponding SecreTary, and Adeline lacono as our
Treasurer. Our advisor was Mrs. M. Hershey.
A. Donaldson, B. OTTO, M. Colquhoun, D. Karshick, F. Orlando,
L. GusTaTson, J. Lucka. THIRD ROW: S. Spiegel, B. Gregorio, J.
Mirecki, J. Usinger, E. MeTzler, M. MerkerT, E. Romano, N. Lafsko.
Here aT Memorial we have a sTudenT body of some
l,9OO sTudenTs. NaTurally when These sTudenTs pour inTo
The halls beiween classes, some TraFHc problems are
bound To arise. To alleviaTe This siTuaTion is The iob of
The Council Force. The members of The Force are also
seen keeping unauThorized people ouT of The halls
STeve Kohn was our PresidenT, Charles I-linoiosa our
Vice PresidenT, RoberT GoldsTein our Corresponding
SecreTary, Bruce Roe our Recording Secrefary and
Donald Marchese our Treasurer.
COUNCIL FORCE: FIRST ROW, IefT To right: RoberT GoldsTein, Charles Hinoiosa, STeve Kohn, Donald Mar-
chese. SECOND ROW: Edward Blair, Bruce Roe, William I-loTTman, George Demilriades.
Nazism wr ,w mzwfmc- an I f :vague
GIRLS' SERVICE LEAGUE: FIRST ROW, left fo right: J. Bora, C.
Juliana, A. Zoller, N, Zith, J. Piorkowski, Miss Bernard, Advisor,
B. Paschette, L. Kissel, T. Kolish, R. Prommersberger, M. Maher,
S. Lascari. SECOND ROW: S. Farber, A. lacono, B. Donovan, J
Rozzi, D. Gonzalez, B. Otto, A. Eide, L, Maystrik, C. Christian
sen, M. Guenther, L. Schust, M. Smith, J. Muzzonigro, D. Oliveto,
N. Sarli, M. Silversmith. THIRD ROW: M. D'Orso, J. Forlenza, C.
Woltien, P. Leuthner, E. Oliveto, M. Eipper, T. Genovese, J. Feld-
man, M. Belitz, J, Adelman, C. Gardner, K. Quinlan, l. Finkel,
K, Tome, M. Dreher, K. Gross.
Girls' Service League
"May l help you?" was a tamiliar phrase to those
who entered Memorial's main othce seeking help ot
some kind. The members ot the Girls' Service League
were hard at vvork throughout the year in the guidance
and main othces, performing myriad tasks to lighten
the burden ot work that talls on othce personnel. In
addition to helping out in the othce, the Usherettes
served at various school tunctions including school
assemblies and dances.
Heading the list ot their many social activities was
their booth at the Student Council Bazaar. All to-
gether this past year was one that saw the Girls' Serv-
ice League accomplish many things and in so doing, it
served the school admirably.
Our otlicers were President, Barbara Paschette, Vice
President Linda Kissel, Recording Secretary, Joan
Piorkowski, Corresponding Secretary, Ruth Prommers-
berger, Treasurer, Nancy Zith.
President, Barbara Paschette, gives Angela Zoller collects attendance cards, a Service Memorial's Usherettes are honored mem
out the week's assignments. League function.
bers of Girls' Service League.
SENIOR HIGH LIBRARY CLUB: FIRST ROW, left To right B. Ca- ham, C. ReiTz, A. Simonsen, A. Nichols, J. Krieie, J. Maiorana,
lamis, R. Maxon, N, Jones, Miss L. Gould, Advisor, G. Goth, G. A. Rulewich.
Newsome, F. KrauT, P. BerToni. SECOND ROW: R. Jorbc, H. Pink-
O 0 g 0
Senior HI h
Junior Hi h
"Cooper's books? RighT over There under F-C." Or-
ganized To promoTe inTeresT in The use of books and
The library, This club TaughT iTs members hovv To oper-
aTe a library and hovv To be of service To The library's
During The year members enioyed Themselves aT a
ChrisTmas ParTy aT Their STudenT Council Bazaar booTh
and on a TTeld Trip To New York CiTy To see a Broad-
Our advisor was Miss Lena Gould. Our ofhcers
were: William Tornovv, PresidenT, Ralph Jorba, Vice-
PresidenT, George GoTh, SecreTary, and Ronda Maxon,
JUNIOR HIGH LIBRARY CLUB: FIRST ROW, lefi Io rlghi: L. SOC-
coccio, T. Fischer, M. Fleming, J. Fricker, D. Spohr, D. Tooile,
Advisor, L. Feroldi, M. Garfinkel, J. Hahn, M. Frc.nsen. SECOND
ROW: J. Clark, l. Briggin, Y. Jundheimer, J, Garfinkel, J. Mane
This club enclovvs iTs members wiih a deeper, more
meaningful appreciaTion OT liTeraTure as iT sTrives To-
ward iTs goal of providing The iunior high sTudenTs vviTh
beTTer library service and oT promofing higher reading
sTandards. Under The leadership of Mrs. DoroThy
TooTle, advisor, members of The club can always be
counTed on To do Their besT To help The iunior high
library render more elTicienT service To iTs paTrons.
Our ofhcers were. Doris Spahn, Presidenf, Linda
Leroldi, Vice-PresidenT, Maureen Fleming, SecreTary,
and KaThy Birmingham, Treasurer.
gano, K. Birmingham, E. Sondheimer, F Beck, C. Alston, E.
Sahon. THIRD ROW: R. Paniin, C Schorvberg, R Mcl-IUFITQ, P.
Belyea, J. Kuiriier, C. Wolff, R. Phoef, G Gcibrid.
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BOYS JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS: FIRST ROW, left To right: M. N. Rothfeld, S, Veland, R. Wells, H. Harlem, J. Latten, E. Luthy
Neilson, P. Melvin, S. Elgort, R. Dorf. SECOND ROW: R. Mueller, M, Smith, R. Schubert, FOURTH ROW: T. Oswald, B. Hillmer, D
A. Kuchins, J. Mallol, G. Sotirhos, Mr. B. Konowitz, Advisor, A. Leznevich, G. McFarland, VV. Adelman, J. Mirecki, G, Haufler, R
Hall, T. Rive, R. Wech, D, Austin. THIRD ROW: J, Mac Dougall, Young.
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ln this organization The young men ot the iunior high
are given The opportunity of learning iust what iT's like
to sing together in a chorus. Under The able leadership
ot Mr. Bertram Konovvitz, our advisor, we sang in sev-
eral programs put on during the year, thereby training
our voices in the best vvay possible Tor "practice makes
perfect." This chorus is well able To train its members
forthe Turther use ot their musical talents in the Senior
GIRLS' JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS: FIRST ROW, left to right: J.
Caronia, K. Messina, D. Stillvvell, A. Bailey, C. Mileo, C. Grau,
J. Carlsen, E. Allen. SECOND ROW: W. Kudrikci, R. Rizzi, B.
Straka, G. Messina, K. McAndrews, Miss M. Donnelly, Advisor,
W, Allen, M. Roberti, C. Grant, C. Belotte. THIRD ROW: J. Kalb-
Performing at the annual Christmas Concert and
Spring Concerts vvas iust one ot the many things the
iunior high girls chorus did in accordance with their
purpose. The chorus was organized To bring out and
develop the talents of musically inclined junior high
girls, to endow each ot them with a lasting apprecia-
tion of good music and To provide each of them with
enioyable experiences accompanied by pleasant mem-
Our advisor was Miss Marion Donnelly.
fleisch, E. Eberle, D. McAllister, J. Turnquist, A. Glaser, P. Mc-
Andrews, L, Beaudet, M. Breif, A. Vanclerhoini, V. Weck, J. Dicle-
ment, J. Grefirath, L. Fuelling. FOURTH ROW: C. Kaider, D. Hul-
ett, B. Gross, B. Zimmerman, V. Scully, L, Blau, P. Belyea, B
Sears, J. Ryon, C. Hauptmann.
SENIOR HIGH MIXED CHORUS: FIRST ROW, left to right: A. Boc-
cio, E. Metzler, M. Merkert, L. Christon, L. Schust, T. Manganaro,
B. Havron, A. Casale, D. Svec, L. Beckett, A, Straubmueller. SEC-
OND ROW: A. Savino, M. Tomaszewski, P, Tate, L. Bernstein, A.
Berg, Miss M. Donnelly, Advisor, L. Kissel, B. Walker, E. Ryan,
J. Roe, M. O'Meara. THIRD ROW: J. Dimore, C. Campo, K. Gross,
J. Rickmeyer, A. Eide, D. Hill, J. Meyer, G. Merrell, A. Bailey, LJ.
Wright, B, Ostro, L. Atlas, N. Kalb, B, Young, L. Gauthier, M.
Werden, L. Latalladi. FOURTH ROW: P. Robertson, J. Cheskay,
P. Augello, R. Hiltl, J, Jardinier, W. Kwiatkoski, G. Glaser, J.
Staab, D. Dixon, G. Metzler, W. Lucress, A. Finamore.
Senior Hi h Mixed Chorus Q
Organized to develop the talents ot its members and
to endow them with an appreciation of good music, the
Senior High Mixed Chorus was a very active organiza-
tion this past year. The Chorus performed at the United
States Week Concert and sang holiday songs at our
Christmas Concert. They also Went caroling through the
halls as part ot their service to the school. In March
they appeared in the production "Finian's Rainbow"
and later on in the year at the Spring Concert and at
SENIOR HIGH MIXED CHORUS: FIRST ROW, left to right: J. Di-
more, C. Campo, A, Casale, E. Johnson, D. Junge, M. Walter, C.
Linek, E. Sandstedt, D. Le Blanc, A. Seibert, C. Contarino, E
Wicks, J. Dravinski, J. Cervellion, E. Krause, J. Erb, L. Gustafson,
Y. Williams. SECOND ROW: S. Metzger, K. Creta, R. Giese
THIRD ROW: J. Fasone, D. Spahr, A. Kemp, P. Okulski, J. Won-
dergem, J. White, C. Tome, N. Sarli, S. Chao, B. Roe, J. Jacob
Several choristers also perto me' i u
quiem presented at the Nassau unt ll-State Fes
tival on December 5th and oth. 4 J
Chorus officers were PFGSICIGIT t +
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President, Judith Hal ern- Re din e feta , i
. p I C
Ulrich, Corresponding Secretary,y0I'pf"BcHestJo.,m"
advisor was Miss Marion Donnelly.
R. Ranking, F, Kohn, E. Skelton, L. Atlas, C. Brasholz, M. Maher,
A. Taub, M. Miller, J. Dennis. FOURTH ROW: C. Hingular, M.
Turner, R, Gioia, J. Holm, L. Schust, J. Cirenza, G, Merrill, E.
McCrea, M, Wilson, W, Kwiatkoski, P. Balestrino, W, Webster,
P. Augello, T. Syvertson, A, Bailey, J. Halpern, A, Ulrich, L. Zdi-
ebkowski, M. Kaufhold, A, Southern.
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JUNIOR HIGH MIXED CHORUS: FIRST ROW, left to right: P.
Melvin, D. Austin, S. Elgort, G. Haufler, R. Mueller, E. Allen, A.
Bailey, C. Mileo, G. Messina, M. Baumann. SECOND ROW: V.
Weck, E. Eberle, A. Glaser, L. De Meo, A. Behrens, Mr. B. Kono-
witz, Advisor, V. Scully, S. Veland, L. Ross, A. Kuchins, M. Breit.
THIRD ROW: E. Berk, L. Fishen, J. Ryon, H. Grotheer, A, Onysko,
B. Zimmerman, A. Johnson, J. Gunderman, C. Kaider, D. Hulett,
L. Beaudet, C. Hauptmann. FOURTH ROW: VV, Adelman, R.
Schubert, G. Sotinhos, J. Mac Dougall, E. Luthy, N. Rothteld, A.
Hahl, M. Smith, B. Hillmer, G. McFarland, J. Mirecki.
Junior Hi h
The Junior High Mixed Chorus was organized to
perform at assemblies and in our annual Christmas and
Spring Concerts as a service to the school and the
community. Junior High Students blended their voices
together in a wide variety of musical selections to de-
light the ear of the most critical listener. Having a good
JUNIOR HIGH MIXED CHORUS: FIRST ROW, left To right: J. Lai-
ten, R. Young, T. Rive, M. Neilson, D. Leznevich, R. Wells, T.
Oswald, J. Mallol, R. We-ck, R. Dorf, H. Harlem. SECOND ROW:
D. Stillwell, C. Obremski, K. McAndrews, J. Caronia, VV. Plate,
W. Baum, B. Sears, K. Baum, J. Greftrath, K. Sakal, B. Straka,
J. Kalbfleisch, THIRD ROW: C. De Foe, V. Allen, K. Messina, M.
time while doing all this was naturally unavoidable and
members of the chorus are looking forward to the time
when they can sing in the various Senior High musical
Our advisor was Mr. Bertram Konowitz.
Roberti, P. Belyea, J. Turnquiest, A. Kane, L. Blau, A. Vanderhott,
M. Borman, VV. Kudrika, R. Rizzi, J. Carlsen, C. Grau, FOURTH
ROW: C, Belotte, C. Grant, C. Romer, S. Matthews, P. McAn-
drews, L. Carlson, B. Gross, F. Lipkin, M. Fiorentino, H. Rabino-
witz, M. Eisenberg, B. Piccioni, D. McAllister, L. Fuelling.
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The '59 editors scrutinize carefully Mr. Randolph, Dr- Ng,-,sg and Mrs.
the work of the '58 editors.
Kondulis are pleased with the eftorts
Arlene Scholer and Mrs. Kondulis present the first of the mst yearbook sniff.
Yearbook of New Hyde Park Memorial High School.
Fred Maxey, president of the Student
Council, chats with Mayor Messina at
the Student Government Day Dinner.
Mr. Ora Walters, Chairman of the
Science Department, exhibits the
awards to be presented to the win-
ners of the Science Fair.
May the best man win . . , such is the
cry at the Junior High Student Coun-
cil election assembly,
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An active volcano - one of the prize-
winners at the Science Fair.
Mr. Carell and members of the student body
dine with local ofhcials in honor of Student
Government Day in New Hyde Park.
Dennis Boland enters his Civilian Defens
radio in the Science Fair.
Members of the iunior high, campaign
vigorously for council candidates.
Leon Taub and Dave Rive show their original de-
signs exhibited at the Air Show.
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Honor Society members .lo Ann
Sceneci Players "Wheel of Fortune" I
draws a lot of attention Student Coun- i Und Steve, dmw Glielmon fe me"
dl Bazaar. "Basket-Loon"ll Key Club's version of basketball draws "bean toss" booth. 1
a lot of players.
The Chariot booth was a huge success at the
Student Council Bazaar.
Dr. Niosi accepts a telegram from Arlene
Boccio, Leader Corps Member, at the
Student Council Bazaar.
Maurice Santangelo performs in behalf
of Konkordia at the Election Rally.
Art Club's Roman Soldier draws
tion for people to have their portraits
Marie Reiss, Ecclesia Queen, surrounded by her
lovely court, reigns at the Election Rally.
Charlie Allio and Mary Ann Reinecke,
King and Queen of the i958 Student
Council Bazaar strike a regal pose. '
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Here's an interesting booth at the W
Bazaar . . . it gives green stamps.
Nothing can dim the campaign
spirit of the junior high electioneers.
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I Reinecke lead the Grand March, -5- N 1
Class advisor, Mr. Anastasio, stops to chat,
Happy couples relax after a delicious
Charles Allio escorts his "lady fair,"
Barbara Anderson, to the Senior Ball.
Gus Longabardi and Carolyn
Wondergem, co-chairmen, smile
with satisfaction ata iob well
Miss Marion Donnelly and Mr. Theodore Lambrinos
Couples Lindy at Stewart Manor
Honored guests enioying the Senior Ball. Coumry Club.
Belles ot the ball . , .our Lance
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Artiators . . . . 101
Artisians ......... . 101
Awards Assembly . .. . 112
Baseball ......... . . 64
Basketball ......... 62, 63
Board of Education .... 6
Boys' Leader Corps ...... .. 68
Boys' Physical Education .... .. 17
Cafeteria ............... . . 19
Central District Staff . . . . . . 7
Chariot .............. . . 96
Chess and Checkers Club .. 95
Citizenship Education ............ . . 11
Citizenship Education and English . . 13
Classroom Candids ............. . . 14, 15
Commencement - 1958 ....... . . . 114
Commercial . . ,..... . . 16
Council Force . 105
Custodians .... . . 19
Dance Band .. .. 94
Dedication ......... . . 4
Delta Gamma Hi-Y .. 90
Delta Sigma .......... .. 88
Eighth Grade Board . . . . . 36
Eighth Grade Hi-lites .. 38
English ............. . . 1 1
Ex Libris ... .. 1
Football . . . 58, 59
Foreword .,... . . 5
French Club .... .. 95
Freshman Board .. .. 34
Freshman Hi-lites . . . . . 35
FHA .......... 105
FNA ......... . . 104
FTA .............. . . 104
Girls' Leader Corps ...... .. 80
Girls' Physical Education .... .. 16
Girls' Service League ..,.. . 106
Girls' Week ........... 81, 82
Graduates ......... 44-55
Home Economics ..... . . 18
Honor Leader Corps .. 81
Honor Society .,...... .. 97
lndustrial Arts ... .. 18
Junior Board ....... . . 28
Junior High Band ........ 92,93
Junior High Boys' Chorus . . . . . . 108
Junior High Girls' Chorus .... . 108
Junior High Intramurals ... 78, 79
Junior High Library Club ,.. ... 107
Junior Hi-lites ............. .. 29
Junior High Mixed Chorus ... ... 110
Junior High Popularity Poll .. 33
Junior High Student Council .. 40
Junior Red Cross .....
JV "A" Cheerleaders
JV "B" Cheerleaders
Key Club ............
Lance Staff ....
Marching Band .........
Mathematics .... . ........
Mathematics and Scie
Memories ....... ........
Miss Junior ....
Miss Lance ......
Miss Sophomore . . .
Mr. Junior ......
Mr. Lance ......
Ottice Stott .....
Omega Chi Hi-y
Photo Squad ....
Piano Club .........
Pupil Personnel ..
Retailing Club ...
Scenici Players ..
Senior Board .....
Senior High Band ......
Senior High Intramurals ..
Senior High Library Club ..
Senior High Mixed Chorus
Senior High Student Council
Senior Hi-lites ...........
Senior Sign Out ........
Seventh Grade Board
Seventh Grade Hi-lites
Sophomore Board ....,.
Sophomore Hi-lites .......
Student Council Elections ..
Subiect Area Coordinators
Table ot Contents ,......
Track and Field
Twilight Time .......
Varsity Cheerleaders ....
Varsity Club .........
Zeta Rho Hi-y ..
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Hill Savings Bank and end your budget
I a year
LATEST DIVIDEND L O
4 Q3fX, regular plus VAX, extraj
RICHMOND HILL FLORAL PARK
g MAIN Qpprgg 0 HILLSIOE AVENUE
Il 0 Jamaica Ave. at llblh Street OFFICE
O LIBERTY AVE, OFFICE 257-O3 Hillside A e
II4 I9 L berfy Ave. af lISfh Street af Z579h 501229
ALTMAN -ROSS DEPARTMENT STORE
For Jmall thingy big thingy and to Jarfe-17211619 more,
Be fare to Jtop at Altman-R051 Department Store.
FL 4-4485 OUR FIFTIETH YEAR
Jericho Turnpike and Lakeville Road
NEW HYDE PARK, N. Y.
Headquarters for the Latest "Memorial" Styles
OFFICIAL GYM WEAR
FL 2-8155 --6 REALTOR
Courtesy - Servire - Appreriatiorz
PETER H. BENSON
1603 HILLSIDE AVENUE
Cor. New Hyde Park Rd. New Hyde Park, N. Y.
DONG YOUNG CHINESE LAUNDRY
1621-A I-IILLSIDE AVENUE
New Hyde Park, N. Y.
FLoral Park 4-3915
Dil Pant Paint - Sroffy Gran Seedf
1314 JERICI-IO TURNPIKE
New Hyde Park, N. Y.
FL 4-0556 - 7
RICHARD WILLIAMSON, Inc.
Real E nate
2020 HILLSIDE AVENUE
New Hyde Park, N. Y.
Washers - Dryers
1200 JERICHO TURNPIKE
NEW HYDE PARK, N. Y.
ALL MAKES REPAIRED
Party For All Warberf
All YOUR BANKING
" BANK 6 TRUST CQ
-A, GREAT NECK ,of LYNBROOK if EAST HILLS
if NEW HYDE PARK 'Af PORT WASHINGTON
N77 ' '
MATHIAS C. SEIBERT
127 GERARD AVENUE
NEW HYDE PARK. N, Y.
FLorz1l Park 2-982 3
NEW HYDE PARK PHARMACY
1219 Jericho Tpkc, at lngraham Lune
New Hyde Park, N. Y, Phone FL 4-0289
Morris Belitz. Pl1.G.
First Pharmacy Established in New Hyde Park
Drugs - Hwllfy Snjipliei - Cm111rl!r,i
THE SIMON AGENCY, Inc.
1208 JERICHO TURNPIKE
New Hyde P.irk, N. Y.
FLoral Park 4-0280
Marv Cooperfs Hillside Meri's Shop
"Your Snare for Iry League Sfylef'
1636 HILLSIDE AVENUE
New Hyde Park, N. Y.
flume Made S.1l.1d.i' - Frmr-y Grm'er'ift
36 LAKEVILLE ROAD
HAUSCH REALTY CGRP.
sie JERICHO TURNPIKE
NEW HYDE PARK, N. Y.
Buying . , . Selling
"Let Us Serve You"
Une Block Off Jericho New Hyde Park, N. Y. GEr1er.il "-3335
NUZZI FUEL CO.
625 JERICHO TURNPIKE
NEW HYDE PARK, N. Y.
Fuel Oil - Oil Burners - Heating Specialists
AUTOMATIC DELIVERY SERVICE
24 Hour Service
THE SCIENCE AND
HENRY L. HOCHHEISER, Pres.
R E S I D E N T I A L
LUMBER MASONS MATERIALS, Inc.
Floral Park 4-6420 Fleldstone 7-2594
2030 HILLSIDE AVENUE
NEW HYDE PARK, N, Y.
Between New Hyde Park Rd. and Denton Ave.
OPP. ROBERT HALL
THE THOMAS F. DALTON
29 ATLANTIC AVENUE
qopp. RR Depoty FLORAL PARK, N. Y.
50 NEWBRIDGE ROAD
fC0r. West Marie St.J HICKSVILLE, N. Y.
THOMAS E. DALTON GEORGE E. DALTON
"If C0415 N0 More to Call Dalfoif'
SANFORD SERVICE STATION
General Auto Repairs
Batteries - Accessories - Washing - Lubricating and Simonizing
164-16 SANFORD AVENUE
FLUSHING, N. Y.
RAYO OIL CO., Inc.
470 LAKEVILLE ROAD
NEW HYDE PARK, N. Y.
NEW HYDE PARK
All Morlerfz COIIZVIIIEIIKEY
joseph R. Smolenski, Mfznfzger
506 LAKEVILLE ROAD
Cor. Lowell Ave. New Hyde Park, N. Y
MR. "MEADOW BROOK" SENDS
Ben' Wirbef for Szzrfesy
THE CLASS OF 1959
NEW HYDE PARK OFFICE
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
ISLAND FEDERAL SAVINGS
8a LOAN ASSOCIATION
HEMPSTEAD - NEW HYDE PARK - SYOSSET
1606 I-IILLSIDE AVENUE
NEW HYDE PARK, N. Y.
FLoral Park 4-4120
RONALD K. LAING
Auf. Vile P1'e,U1f6'lif
DR. 8: MRS. EDWARD G. ROSS
DR. 8c MRS. ALBERT SHAPIRO
DR. BENJ. N. SCHWAID
JOHN P. BELLAMENTE
THE BELL INSURANCE AGENCY
412 JERICHO TURNPIKE
New Hyde Park, N, Y.
FL 4-0908 FI 7.1443
TEXAS BEEF CO., Inc.
Prime Meal! - Free Delivery
1015 JERICHO TPKE.
New Hyde Park, N. Y.
PARK AUTO SERVICE
Compfete Aulo Servire - Experl Iglzitirm Sefz-'ire
140 Lakeville Rd., New Hyde Park, N. Y.
Tidewater Gas Angelo De Nicola
HILLSIDE HEIGHTS LAUNDROMAT
2048 HILLSIDE AVENUE
New Hyde Park, N. Y.
him Q, ll of ' It to c' '- f if
HARRY HONES FUNERAL HOME
FLORAL PARK, N. Y.
FLoral Park 4-3268
MELODY MILLS, Inc.
Fabriry - Dmlberiei' ' Drew Goody
Nofjom - S!jlUf0Z'6l'J' - Upfyofilerizzg
909 HILLSIDE AVENUE
NEW HYDE PARK, N. Y.
William Mecca Robert Peck
Hillside Ave. at New Hyde Park Rd.
NEW HYDE PARK, N. Y.
Alteruliwzf Our Specially - Cleuzzefi - Dgeri' - FIll'l'IL'!'f
1519 Jericho Tpke., New Hyde Park, N. Y.
C. Margagliotti FLoral Park 4-0262
20fZy Discount with This Ad
Cold Cult - Sufadx
934 I-IILLSIDE AVENUE
New Hyde Park, N. Y.
Textzw Certified Serrice
167 LAKEVILLE ROAD
New Hyde Park, N. Y. FL 4-9795
Complete Automotive Service
ALBINO'S ROAST BEEF MANOR
Store: FI. 2-3052
Garden Snfrjfliev .md 7'fmIr Relllfd
Chef Albino Orders to Take Out
1101 JERICHO TURNPIKE Pittsburgh - Cook and Dunn Paints and Supplies
fAt 11th St.j New Hyde Park, N. Y. 926 Hillside Avenue
FL 49454 Chester Sparling New Hyde Park, N. Y.
1. NICHOLAS KRUG AGENCY
Complete Imlzrazire Service
635 'IERICHO TURNPIKE
NEW HYDE PARK, N. Y.
Phone FLoral Park 4-6495 or 8664
HYDE PARK BEAUTY SALON
1605 Hillside Ave., New Hyde Park, N. Y.
Experl Opemlort - Permmzefll IIHJIIIIKZ
IVIISS ANN INIR. JAY
FLoral Park 4-0821 Air Conditioned
CANTON HOUSE RESTAURANT
Dirtirzrtire Cbifzefe Cniiifze
Special Orders to Take Out
1627 Hillside Avenue, New Hyde Park, N. Y.
Congrarulafions and fhe besf of luck! We af Lincoln are proud
of The pari we have had in helping To malce your classboolr a
permanenl reminder of your school years, recording wirh phofo-
graphs one of +he happiesf and mosf exci+ing limes of your
life! We hope lhai, iusr as you have chosen us as your class
phorographer, you will conrinue +o 'rhink of Lincoln Srudios when
you wanr phofographs ro help you remember orher momenfous
days 'ro come! When you choose Lincoln porrrairs, you are
sure of The finesf craf+smanship af 'rhe mos? moderafe prices!
LI C011 W T DIO
Foremosr School Phofographers in +he Eos?
'WWW f W
Connie and Sonny
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schwartz
Mr. and Mrs. Renna
Mr. and Mrs. M. Petrella
Marie and Russ
Mrs. Carolyn Tallow
Mr. and Mrs. J. London
Mr. and Mrs. J. Byrne
Mr. Neil Mork
Albert G. Ambrosia
Benny and Maryann
Ann and Eddie
Cindy and Sal
Mrs. M. Brown
Mr. T. Bartch
Mrs. H. Arrich
Mr. and Mrs. T. Negredge
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mills and Family
Mr. and Mrs. John McMeehin
Mr. and Mrs. C. Sackman
Mr. and Mrs. John Lilly
The Big Four
and Mrs. Raymond Hillmer
Mr. and Mrs. H. Christensen
Mr. and Mrs George Schust
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Leonard
Mr. and Mrs Nichols and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCrea
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Du Tot
Mr. and Mrs. William Denniger
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stewart
Mr. and Mrs. George Long and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Hernadez
Mr. and Mrs. F. Leonard
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blair
William K. Stephens
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Ericson
Mrs. Anna K. Stephens
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Drasser
Mr. and Mrs. T. Lavenziano
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kutina
Mr. and Mrs. P. MacDonald
Mr. and Mrs. S. Sefton
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. D'Auria
PRODUCTS OF DISTINCTION
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nnouncemenrs I P -
where .l0STEN'S is! Q 153404
. Class rings of matchless beauty X
Q Announcements of distinctive elegance
o Trophies of masterful design and finish
o Awards of lasting satisfaction j
7 X Y
MT TIZQSHIVING Amnlcxs must sruomrs
. roi so Yuns '
SINCE 1897 ' ' W
"At Your Service"
The H1959 Lance" is grateful to: Mr. Ewing Organ
Mr. John S. Randolph The Class Advisors
Dr. Jerome Niosi Homeroom Teachers
Mr. Arthur Delaney Club Advisors
Miss Arlene Meyer Homeroom "Lance" Representatives
LONG ISLAND BUS CO., Inc.
P. O. BOX 221
New Hyde Park, N. Y.
Q! C30'77Z,fL. .
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