New Hyde Park Memorial High School - Lance Yearbook (New Hyde Park, NY)
- Class of 1960
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HYDE PARK MEMORIAL
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"Bring back those good old days!', This is the phrase which all
of us have had occasion to use and hear. When were those days
that are wonderful enough to be wished back? After much consid-
eration, it is our conclusion that in the minds of many, the Gay
N ineties seem to be thought of as one of the most glamorous pe-
riods in the history of our country. It is thought of as a time when
family life was closer, living was at an easier pace, styles were love-
lier, and school life was full of traditions to be long remembered
Were things actually as rosy as they have been pictured? After
all, most of our opinions could only have been formulated by his-
tory books, novels and motion pictures. Should we be desirous of
the era and attempt to relive it or could it be over-rated? Mightnlt
our lives today be pleasanter and more complete?
Come with us as we try to discover by comparing our school days
with those of sixty years ago. This area might have the greatest
influence on our final decision, for it is here, at school, that most of
our young life is spent and which dominates our thoughts above
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Seniors .... . . . 25
Underclassmen .... , . . 47
Sports .... . . . 6I
Clubs .... . . . 93
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MRS. ELSIE CLAYMAN
MRS. EMMA GOLDFINGER
MRS. ROSA BRISTOW MR. HAYDEN ALLEN
It has been said that a school is only as good as its students.
This, of course, is true, but there is something more. Educational
and moral standards must also be provided by its teaching staff.
For more than twenty-five years, the teachers pictured here have
given their knowledge, enthusiasm, and experience to their students.
Some of these students have distinguished themselves in the pro-
fessions, many have given their lives to a cause they felt was worth
fighting for, while most have grown to be fine, upstanding citizens
of the community.
It is with great pride that we take this opportunity to recognize
the achievements of these teachers, who have given their country
its most treasured gift . . . an educated citizenry.
MISS LENA GOULD
MR. EWING ORGAN MR. ORA WALTERS
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Mr. Samuel Nadler
Democracy is a competitive way of life.
It progresses over the years in Hts and
starts, sometimes losing ground, sometimes
gaining, but always the long term trend is
forward. It is not especially efficient, but
endures because it is true to life.
People are instinctively competitive and
selfish. Young children show these traits
most obviously. Our society has laws to
protect us from those who disregard the
rights of others. However, we try to main-
tain the maximum amount of individual
Mr. Thomas F. Eakins, jr. freedom. This can best be achieved in a
Diflfiff 5 democracy, and under this form of govern-
ment we have achieved our present devel-
Education also is a competitive thing. . n
in ,Q The opportunity to learn is a right which Mr- Wlulam RYdef
U T3 y you have, You must use this right to the Prmdent' Duma I6
M fi degree that you are required to attend
A school. But those who accomplish most,
2 do so because they take full advantage of
Mr- John Miller their opportunity to learn.
Dimict 5 We must all compete with others to
achieve anything worthwhile. Make the
I most of your educational opportunities
f f and ou will be re ared to com te for .
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William E. Ryder
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Mr. John J. Doyle
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Mr. Seymour H. Kligler Mrs, Anne M. Boeckmann Mr. Russel F. Thomas
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Mr. J. Edwin Russell Mr. Alfred G. Kiefer Mr. Alfred Loew
District Clerk Dirtrict' Treasurer Afgomey
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Mr. R. Lester Springer
Congratulations on the publication of
another excellent edition of The Lance.
A yearbook serves both as a historical rec-
ord of the school and its activities and as
a mirror to reflect the aspirations of its
staff. Your theme, "The Gay Ninetiesf,
indicates a belief in the immediate future
as one of "good times,', happy-go-lucky"
attitudes, and confidence in the theory
that "all's right with the world."
I hope that your high school education
has prepared you with an outlook of con-
fidence in the future, a zeal to strive for
success - both moral and material-
pleasure in hard work resulting in deep in-
ner satisfactions, and a willingness to work
for a world that provides peace and hap-
piness for all.
Then there will be a close relationship
between the "Gay Ninetiesl' and the "Sen-
I extend my very best wishes to every
one of you for the fulfillment of all your
dreams and aspirations.
Robert L. Springer
Principal of the District
Mr. Alfred B. Caine
Assistant District Principal
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Dr. Jules A. Holub
Dr. Hugh Flaherty
Director of Vocation Education
Mr. Harry B. Spencer
Director of Instruction and Pupil Personnel Services
Dr. Hardin Davis
Mr. Kenneth E. Place Dr. Jerome Niosi
Dr. Thomas F. Looby Superintendent of Director of
Director of Adult Education Buildings and Grounds School Publications
Dr. joseph Heller
Mr. Peter Carter
Director of Phy. Ed.
Health, and Recreation
Dr. Usula M. Stewart
Mrs. Wilma Leadbeter
School Lunch Supervisor
Mrs. Ruth Backiel
Mr. Carl Eklund
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Mrs. Dorothy Levy
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Miss Evelyn Mertz
Mr. Charles Hill
Mrs. Lena O,Connell
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Mr. Ira Wilder
Mr. Richard Wipper
In the past Hfty years man has acquired more
knowledge than people of all previous generations.
Because of this incredible increase, the responsi-
bility of providing an education which can include
these advances has fallen almost entirely upon the
Central High School District :ii2, consisting of
six junior and senior high schools, has met this
challenge with much success. Its program has been
planned through the efforts of many men and
women, who have spent much time and thought
to give the young people of our community the
type of education which can be a great asset to
This is the main object of the Subject Area Co-
ordinators. It is their function to insure the
standardization of the curriculum in the schools
throughout the district. In this way high standards
are maintained and all students are given an equal
opportunity to achieve the same levels of work
which are essential in our present age.
We seldom see the coordinators since their of-
fices are located in Sewanhaka but we are all able
to reap the fruit of their labors.
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Since the turn of the century, America has be-
gun to realize and assume her role as a member
of the community of nations. Due to these de-
velopments, the aims of the Citizenship Educa-
tion Department have changed from merely
imparting a knowledge of ancient history, to
preparation for the sharing of the responsibility
which our ,present state demands. This program
falls into two main categories: stressing the his-
tory of our states nation and the world and em
phasizing social cultural economic and political
trends culminating in a course concerned with
the problems facing our contemporay society No
utmost 1mportance to be able to think mtelli
gently about the problems confronting each of
matter what our aims in life, we find it of the
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Left to right: Mr. Charles Roberts, Mrs. Florence Dubin, Mr. Albert
Koehler, Mr, Leslie ChaitoH, Mr. John McElderry, Mr. Bernard Wal
lerstein, Mr. Arthur Delaney. Inset: Chairman, Mr, John McElderry. Eelgnlgir' iilirleiaiiiergisiig ATL:
Marcia Sohl, Mr. Frank Terranova,
Left to Right: Mr. Bernard Waller-
Citizenship and En 'ish
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It is no longer possible for students to discontinue their educa-
tion after the elementary levels as was the case fifty years ago. Be-
cause of this change in our educational outlook the Citizenship Ed-
ucation and English courses on the junior high level have been
changed to not only give the student command of his language
and basic knowledgqofkthis state and nation, but also to broaden
his outlook in order tcgniihore fully reap the benefits of further edu-
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Charles Evans help
Mrs. Dubin locate a
place of interest for
her World History
comes alive as Mr.
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Although new inventions ma e
tion much faster, the written and
are still the most important forms
sion. Back in 1890 it was
equipped with these tools only if the
were planning a professional career.
tle importance for a girl to be
to write effectively. Today, however, these
are especially stressed in all areas of the English
department. 'These teachers also work along with
the student body in all related enterprises such
as the newspaper, yearbook, and dramatic pres-
entations, and they are always eager to help a
student in his preparations for a speech, term
paper or other literary endeavor. Courses in
speech, creative writing, and journalism are also
offered to those who wish to broaden their Eng-
Mr. Donald Wolf, Mrs. Elsie Clay-
man, SEATED: Miss Helen Mc-
Grath, Mrs. Phyllis Butler. Inset:
Chairman, Mrs. Elsie Clayman.
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SEATED Cleft to rightl: Mrs. Rowena Muller, Mr, Grant Stein-
hauer, Miss Marlene Boyd STANDING: Mrs. Diana Oestreicher,
Mrs. Katherine Byrne, Mrs. Ruth Rosenberg, Mrs. Leona Oberstein,
Mrs. Phyllis Butler, Mr. William Fried, Mr. George 'Costigan, Mr.
john London, Mr. William McGahan. Inset: Chairman, Mr. Grant
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breaks down the in-
tricacies of grammar
for his English class.
Mr. Wolf comments
on the week,s hap-
penings to members
of his 7th grade
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Left to right: Mrs. Dorothy Flannery, Miss Mildred Spano, Mr. Louis Anas-
tasio, Mr. Ludwig Kronheim, Mr. John Whitebread Inset: Chairman, Mr.
Assets:Liabilities-l-Capital, is a real
asset in Miss Scott's bookkeeping
All we lack is "El Toro" himself as V fb? ,
Miss Spano and "matador" Ken N,
Leupp display bullfighting accoutre-
ments to Spanish class.
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P ,Qs I available today with firms who
,YY Mrequire trained employees. Hun-
' ldreds of students are given this
mexperience by the Commercial
U Department at Memorial with
N , courses in all aspects of the busi-
, ness field. Secretarial courses pro-
vide typing, stenography and
training on 'business machines,
,lf ly, while other courses in retailing
'll and merchandising offer addi-
tional experience for the aspiring
Our country, because of its ma-
terial strength, has assumed the
leadership of the western world. To
maintain this position we as a
nation must acquaint ourselves
with the languages and cultures of
our sister nations. In our school
French, German, Spanish and
Latin are offered and Mr. Anas-
tasio, chairman of the Language
Department is also ready to give
after school instructions in Italian,
while other teachers sponsor lan-
guage clubs in order to give the
students a better knowledge of the
customs and cultures of these
Left to right: Mrs. Rosa Bristow,
Miss Lucile Moseley, Mrs. Carita
Panchisin Inset: Chairman, Miss
Even with our highly industrialized
civilization, the role of the homemaker
is as important as ever. Though per-
Miss Moseley "decodes, the
intricacies of a pattern for
her clothing class.
Under Mr. Keller's direc-
tion, young "do it yourselfl'
carpenters gain confidence
CLeft to rightj Mr. Silver Casbarra, Mr.
Arnold Honig, Mr. William Budin
haps a bit hesitant to taste or model
their first endeavors, the girls soon be-
come more adept in the culinary and
other domestic arts. Who knows, there
might be an undiscovered Dior among
our students, for many of their creations
are quite impressive. Home decorating,
nutrition and family relations also help
to prepare these girls for their future
roles as wife and mother.
Organ. Inset: Chairman,
Left to right: Mr. John
Rooney, Miss Sara Scott, Mrs.
Elaine Tede, Mr. Hayden
Allen, Mrs. Charlotte Sapadin,
Miss Gaile Balsam, Mr. Ewing
The whirring of saws, banging of ham-
mers and an occasional backhre may be
heard at one end of Memorial. These
sounds originate from that section of the
school devoted to Industrial Arts, a rela-
tively new development in present-day
curriculum, which includes courses in
woodworking and transportation. Today,
educators feel that it is just as important,
in the stimulation of a boyls creativity, to
train his hands as well as his mind.
Mr. Engertis Math class de-
cides that numbers can be
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nj? fp hile a student "an-
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If we stop and think about the im-
portance of mathematics our conclusions
are really astounding. It almost seems as
if our whole society were based upon
mathematical relationships, for there
would be little progress without them.
Those conveniences which we now con-
sider as commonplace could not have
been conceived had it not been for math-
ematics. Of course one must go farther
into this area to be able to understand
these inventions in relation to mathe-
matics. Our school provides a sound back-
ground for further study. Courses in
algebra at all levels are taught along with
plane and solid geometry and trigonometry
which will not only serve us in the future,
but exercise our minds and teach us to
reason at the present time.
fleft to rightl: Mr. Anthony Mattei, Mr.
Ignatius Guccione, Mr. Frank LoCasio, Miss
Mary Povinelli, Mr. Kenneth Skidmore, Mrs.
Emma Goldhnger, Mrs. Pauline Kondulis,
Mr. James Kavanagh, Mr. Steven Crane,
Miss Joan Zillman. Insets: Chairman, Mr.
Kenneth Skidmore, Ass't Chairman, Mrs.
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Man's quest for knowledge grows with
each new discovery. Academic institutions
must provide for the accelerating need for
all categories of scientists. To keep pace
with the rapid progress of our atomic age,
our Science Department has included
many new subjects in their varied areas.
The instruction of Biology, Chemistry and
Physics has been enlarged to include the
importance of the phenomena of Atomic
Energy, The premise of the Science De-
partment is to instill awareness and curi-
osity so we may ask, "Why,,' and search
for the answer. With all their regular
duties, science teachers still find time to
sponsor an annual Science Fair along with
field trips of special interest to their par-
FRONT: CLeft to rightj Miss Phyllis Man-
dell, Mrs. Olga Platania, Mr. Ora Walters,
Mr. David Johnson, Mr. Samuel Silverberg,
Mr. Charles Tobias. REAR: Mr. David
Gould, Mr. Stanley Goldman, Mr. Charles
Spence, Mr. Edwin Heroy, Mr. Robert Pas-
ter, Mr. Mario Genovese. Inset: Chairman,
Mr. Ora Walters.
Mr. Paster's 8th Grade sci-
entists canlt quite decide
whether the turtle is a
snapper or a napper.
Carol Watson and Charles
Rovner wonder whether that
really goes into bread during
Mr. Genovesels Biology class.
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Alice Valentine, Miss Mary Fleming, Mrs. Florence Mr. Martin Cheiken, Mr. William Brenner.
Purcell, Mrs. Leona Oberstein, Mrs, Felice Golding,
This department might be classified as Health and Welfare. The Guidance De-
partment devotes its time to scheduling and advising students for courses, testing
and vocational guidance. Today, because of increasing educational and employ-
ment opportunities the importance of this service is fully realized and appreciated.
The Health Department looks after the well-being of all students through periodic
physical and dental examinations. By doing their work eHiciently, with their years
of experience behind them, pupil personnel keeps Memorial running smoothly
with a minimum of difficulty.
The music suite reverberates with mel
Mrs. Purcell emphasizes the value of ody as Mr. Millner spiritedly rehearses
further education after graduation. the concert band.
Despite changing moods and tastes music has remained essentially the same in
that it continues to evoke the same wonderful emotions from young people. Keeping
pace with modern trends Memorial can boast excellent orchestras, choral groups,
and dance bands. Musical instruction ranges from the clarinet to the violin, while
courses in voice and harmony are also provided. Looking at present accomplish-
ments and to future plans, our school has instituted a musical program to suit all
tastes and to provide background for future participation and enjoyment of one of
the finer elements of our civilization.
Left to right: Miss Shirley Homan, Mr. William Millner, Miss
Jean Jackson, Mr. Bertram Konowitz, Miss Marion Donnelly Inset:
Chairman, Mr. William Millner. Controversies still rage between the
realists and the moderns. While we may
have our own opinions about the type of
art we like, we at Memorial are in com-
plete accord as to the merit of the art
work of our students. Under the able
guidance of its capable teachers, students
first learn the fundamentals and then pro-
ceed to create for themselves. We owe a
great debt to these instructors, not only
for their aid to the individual, but for the
attention they give to school decoration
for dances, show cases and to art work in
Cleft to rightj Mr. James DeNicola, Miss Lor-
etta Epstein, Mrs. Janet Greffrath, Mr. Eu-
gene Weinger Inset: Chairman, Mrs. James De
An ash tray, a vase, a mug - Miss Ep-
stein's art class features budding Rodins.
Miss Ruderman acquaints
eighth graders with the fine
points of field hockey.
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strates passing tech-
nique as Mrs. Limaxes
and attentive Sopho-
mores look on.
Left to right: Miss Sheila Barad, Miss
Judith Ruderman, Miss Rosalia Gioia,
Mrs. Carolyn Tallow, Mrs. Livia Li-
maxes, Inset: Chairman, Miss Rosa-
No longer are girls sheltered from phys-
ical activity. With the emergence of
women in our modern society, it has been
found that physical activity plays an
important role in the formation of a so-
cially mature young lady. Not only are
poise and coordination stressed, but citi-
zenship and individual initiative become
equally important. Gym teachers conduct
numerous intrarriural activities and sev-
eral service organizations, which offer the
girls of our school an outlet for their
youthful energy. "
Almost everybody gets into
the swing of things as Miss
Barad counts cadence for cal-
.lim Fuller faces off to start '55-E 11"
an exciting game of soccer
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being are the aims of the boys, Physical
Education instructors. In all sports, which
at Memorial are numerous, principles of
fair play are instilled in each boy. Under
expert supervision our boys have achieved
records which any school could be proud
of. Along with regular gym classes, a var-
ied intramural program and health and
driver education, six interscholastic sports
are offered. All these activities serve to
bolster the morale of the entire student
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Qleft to rightj Mr. Samuel Stempel, Mr.
W'll'am Peters, Mr. Leon Cohen, Mf-
David Star, Mr. Ambrose Moran: Chair-
man, Mr. David Star.
Mrs. Kahn assists Doug Veit in
the Senior High Library.
Mrs. Vanecek, with student aides,
Judy Gioia and Nancy Zith help
to lighten the clerical load.
Behind the bustling activity of a modern high
school like Memorial, is an alert and well trained
olifice staff. Handling all correspondence, aiding
our administrators, watching over the finances of
school organizations are only a few of the duties
of our ofhce staff. Students, teachers and visitors
are guaranteed pleasant and immediate service
when seeking aid or information.
Library ly .tl
Since our school was opened four years ago, our
library has grown by leaps and bounds. In order to
make available a place where students may do re-
search or merely spend their time reading for re-
laxation and enjoyment, one can always be sure
of Ending aid here because of the desire of our
librarians to help a student.
Left to Right: Winifred Plate, Gertrude
Kahn, Mary Olsen, Elsie Vanecek, Ann
Marchello, Ann Kemp, Mildred Bracy,
Janet Stacknowitz, Winifred Spengler, Ar-
lene Campbell, Lorraine Chylak.
Left to right: Miss Lena Gould,
Mrs. Dorothy Tootle.
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Young people havenlt changed much in
fifty years. Even though students follow
certain standards of tidiness, problems of
sanitation and maintenance do arise and
are promptly taken care of by our custodial
staff. These men and women, each a 6'Jack-
of-all-tradesf' keep Memorial well cared for,
both inside and out, while tending to the
daily mishaps which are bound to occur in
a building of our size.
fleft to rightl B. McFadden, J. Caddyen Head Custo-
dian, J. Gorski.
One need not long wonder why all paths eventu-
ally lead to the cafeteria, for here hundreds of hungry
students buy their meals and chat with their friends.
It is amazing how our cafeteria staff can prepare so
many attractive meals, serve so many students and yet
remain so pleasant. One has yet to discover a time
when he has not received the warm and efficient serv-
ice which characterizes the ladies comprising this
Mrs. Virginia MacNaughton, Mrs.
Mickey Arrich, Mrs. Billie Borden,
teacher-aides, survey the cafeteria
after a busy day.
FIRST ROW fleft to rightj: A. Munro, R. Owens, B.
Hiller, W. Leadbeter, I. Basile, M. Michaels. M. Jack-
son. SECOND ROW: M. McAndrews, A. Speigel, G.
Box-man, J. Beyer, J. Slater, V. Carlson, D, Bruntrager,
D. Waldron, T. Christensen.
Mrs. C. Flower Matron, and Mr.
J. Caddyen relax during a busy
Left to right KFIRST ROWJ Mrs. Holm, Mr. Gardner, Mrs. Frieden, Mrs. Dubin KSECOND
ROWQ Mrs Atkinson Mr Rovner, Mrs. Shapiro.
P. T. A.
Improvements in the fields of
health, education and juvenile protec-
tion are the general aims of the
Parent-Teacher Association. Working
in conjunction with the school ad-
ministration and faculty, parents are
able to fulfill the obligations required
of an interested citizen.
Funds from the annual PTA cake
sale and bumper sticker drive are used
for scholarships to worthy college
seniors. This project, along with its
other endeavors to better the school,
make the PTA an indispensable
Mr. Skidmore explains the activi
ties of his students on Open
Memorial girls hand out
bumper stickers to be sold for
the PTA Scholarship Drive.
Active in every area in which students may par-
ticipate to enrich school life, Donald Oehl has
spent many hours improving student government
and furthering competitive sports with his sup-
port. As Senior Class President and Junior Class
Vice-President, Don has been greatly responsible
for our pleasant memories of Memorial. He has
been a member of Junior Board and Delta Sigma
Hi-Y. Athletically inclined, Don is Captain of our
Cross Country team, Co-Captain of our spring
Track team, Treasurer of Varsity Club, and a
members of Boys Leader Corps. He plans to attend
college, and later to pursue a career in aviation.
Alert, assiduous and affable is our demure Miss
Lance, Maria Zanetti. Maria has had her hands
full ever since entering Memorial. Her many ac-
tivities include Future Teachers of America, of
which she is President, Honor Society and an ed-
itorship on the LANCE. Also, being politically
minded, Maria has served on Junior Board and is
currently treasurer of Senior Board. Perhaps the
reason why she has always worked so diligently for
her fellow students stems from the fact that Maria
plans to enter a career in elementary teaching,
which will also involve much of her time and en-
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Lest We Forget
Maria and Don were always prepared,
As Senior Class officers,
They continually cared.
ABRY, IVAN - 401 Terrace Blvd.-
NHP, Hotel Manager, Soccer, Konkor-
dia, Intramurals, Track.
ACETO, MARIE - 88 Fourth Street,
GCP, Teacher, FTA, Dramatics, Girls
Service League, Sports Club, Intramu-
rals, Bowling, Ecclesia.
ATLAS, LINDA - 1727 Broadway,
NHP, College, Honor Society, Girls
Leader Corps, V. Choir, Soph. Board,
Girls Service League, Girls Sports Club,
AQERETT, BETSY - 568 No. Fifth St.,
',-LN P, College, Scenici Players, Intra-
A LKELMAN, JOAN - 42 Primrose
llf S mt NfPI'P, Teacher, Romanettes, Jr.,
2 TA Scenici Players Honor
is Mk' , ' ta Rho Hi-Y, Girls,Service
League, Finch Club.
ADORNO, JOSEPH - Joe - 500 Hill-
side Blvd. NHP, College, Intramurals,
BAILEY, ALICE - 553 North Third
St. NHP, Teacher, FTA, Jr., Sr., Chorus,
Choir, Girls Leader Corps, Girls Intra-
murals, Honor Society, Jr., Sr., Board,
J.V. Cheerleaders, Delta Gamma Hi-Y,
BANFELDER, GARY - 611 Terrace
Blvd., NHP, Electrical Engineering,
Track, Intramurals, Omega-Chi Hi-Vs,
AGOSTA, JEANETTE - 34 Heat rl
Lane, NHP, College, Stu t CWA
jr., Sr., Board, Scenici r T',
dia, Intramural r A LV
ALZMANNWMTQKY - 1010, rd
Ave., NI-IP,'NC l e un-
cil r. Red s 'ntramu l, hariot-,
Spertsl, Clu l cclesia, F ure urses
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murals, rex tling
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504, Hillsi e d P College Key
'f'C1ub, Senior B rd, Intramurals.
ASHKER, RICHARD - Richie - 113
,gLpf,Campbell St., NHP, Drafting, V. Track,
BECK, HOWARD - 18 South 12 St.
NHP, Navy, Track.
BECKETT, LINDA - 26 Plymouth St.
NHP, College, Sr. Board, Sceneci Players,
Chariot, Modern Dance, Chorus, Red
BENNETT, ELIZABETH - Betty -
180 Kamda Blvd. NHP, Secretary, Girls
Service League, Intramurals, Glee Club?
BERKMAN, SAUL - 1644 West End
Ave. NHP, Attorney, Intramurals, Jr.
Sr. Board, Omega Chi Hi-Y, Ecclesia.
BERTONI, PYHLLIS - 55 Corbin
Ave. GCP, Art School, Tennis Club, Art
Club, Library Club, Home Economics
BIANCO, ELLEN - 119 North Second
St. NHP, College, Girls Intramurals,
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BIEGNER, ARLENE - 528 No. Sixth
St., NHP, Secretary, Intramurals, Piano
Club, Library Club, Glee Club, FHA,
Sports Club, Jr. Board.
BLAU, JANET - 177 Cellar Ave.,
NHP, Secretary, Home Economics, In-
BOADO, JOSEPH - Joe + 1520 Fal-
mouth Ave., NHP, College, Retailing
Club, Intramurals, Ecclesia.
BONGIORNO, MARIE - 1493 New
Hyde Park Dr., NHP, Secretary, Sports
Club, Soph. Board, Intramurals, Girls
BOSAND, SANDRA - Sandy - 8 Elm
Dr., NHP, Secretary, Twirlers, Sports
BOXT, IRWIN - 1516 Lowell Ave.,
NHP, College, Mathletes, V. Soccer,
gfack, Volleyball, Intramurals, Science
CALLAHAN, DANIEL - 511 Beech
St., NHP, Undecided, Intramurals.
CANCRO, JEAN - 19 Elm Dr., NHP,
College, Romanettes, Girls Service
League, Girls Leader Corps, Zeta Rho
Hi-Y, Student Council, Typing Club,
Sports Club, Intramurals, Latin Club,
BOYLE, JOHN - 512 Lowell Ave.,
NHP, Undecided, Wrestling, Weight-
BREITFELD, CHARLES - 30 Jeffer-
son St., NHP, College, Track, Gymnas-
CARLIN, ROBERT - Bob - 101 No.
Seventh St., NHP, Mechanic, Intra-
CARNEMOLLA, ROBERT - Bob -
154 No. Tenth St., NHP, College Intra-
reiurals, Photography Club, Weightlifting
BRIDGES, LINDA - 1514 Park Ave.,
NHP, Beautician, Sports Club, Twirlers,
Girls Intramurals, Fresh. and Soph.
BUGLIONE, ELAINE - 132 Second
St., NHP, Secretary, Frosh., Soph.
Boards, Intramurals, Sports Club, Jr.
Red Cross. Usherettes, Girls Service
CAROLAN, MARY - 528 Maple Dr.
W., NHP, Airline Hostess, Chorus, Jr.
Red Cross, FHA, Modern Dance Club,
Glee Club, Bowling, Archery, Intra-
CERVELLION, JOSEPH - 26 Elm
Dr., NHP, College, Photography, Retail-
ing, French Club, Intramurals, Ceramics.
BURKARD, NANCY - 23 Paul Ave.,
NHP, Secretary, Honor Society, Art
BYRNE, RICHARD -1657 Highland
Ave., NHP, Mechanical Engineer, Honor
Society, Chariot, Dance Band, Sr. High
Band, Marching Band, Lacrosse, Science
CHRISTY, CAROL - 412 White Ave.,
NHP, Secretary, Library Club.
CLEARY, DENNIS - 54 Dallas Ave.,
NHP, Undecided, Intramurals.
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Lest We Forget
Angela and Helen gave service elite
They were constantly cheerful, courte
ous, and sweet.
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CLUXTON, ELTON - Scooter -
575 N. Sixth St. NHP College Intra-
COSTA, PRUDENCE - Pmdy -- 66
r Kenneth Pl' ce NHP Secreta Girls In
.,, 31 : ry '
1:-rafriurals, ,,'N Bowling, Jr. Sr. Boards, Office
.DeFINA MARIA - 1734 Broadway
- -- ' ' H " 'J' S6ph.,-Board, Girls Service Leag e, Intra-
3s"f'Q'.ff't X V murals, Usherettes. ' B
' ' '- I DQLEO, THERESA - Terry IQ
f . A 1 Q, 1, 1, t , ,r':,,'f7Second St. GCP Retailing - Spd ts Clu '
r . -0 ul C wr, .
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i N -" , , ' X eff! Jr. Board, Intramurals.
t J " , A O " CRETA, CAROL LEE - 18 Oabl
' 'X X Drive, NHP Airline Stewar s,5ZGir, -
-5. J if I Leader Corps, Romanettes, S rts b, Q
1 1 " L.. ' if Glee club. L
1 'L CYWINSKI, ALAN - 51 ew e
' sl ks' 'F Park Road, NHP Armed F rces 5 ra-
, . murals, Photography, Weightlifting. li
' DENNINGER, HENRY -- ank -
, x rarr T J J 1652 west End Ave. NHP - Sunfxyor,
5 ' I - V. Football, Basketball, Intra.rn rals,
gl if , , Iieader Corps, Varsity Club, Track, Ec-
A .rfL34T?i Q X . , 1' C esia.
' .ANY 3 MDESSNER, ROBERTA - Bert - 31
J' , rpgnorrway Road, GCP College - Art
jf I 'fQ,ClJcib, Sports Club, Team Sports Club,
,',,r.Q3' W ,Leafder Corps Basketball Club, Honor
' f JJ' 5,Q..L'1g'QCiCiy, French Club, Chorus, Sr. Board,
f Gmane est
.A J ,tbAH'L,t.pr1iiENE - 507 N. sixth sr.,
, -NHPgfCbllege - Marching Band, Dance
XY ,,Ba.?fd, Band,,,.fBowling, Chorus, Chariot,
f f' lv"'fAuriga3Egiit6r, Honor Society.
DAI,EYl,'THOMAS - Tom - 7 Ever-
grsgzii Ave. NHP College - Ecclesia,
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N.H.P. Honor Society was a capable
NVith Liz and Pete at the head of the
Photography Club, Gymnastics Club,
Spanish Club, Intramurals.
DICKSON, DONALD - Don - 15
Maple Drive, NHP Engineer - Key
Club - Pres., Lance-Man, Editor, ,Scif
ence Club, Delta Sigma Hi-Y, Leader
Corps, Track, Glee Club, Chorus,
81 Scroll, Honor Society. I .if
DMUCHOWSKI, MARILYN -H-112.191
Millers Lane, NHP Airline Stewgardess
Twirlers, Girls Service League, 'VSoph..
Board, Glee Club, Ecclesia, Student
Council Intramurals. "
DAVIS, ALLYN - 8 Evergreen Ave.
NHP Engineer - V. Football, V. Base-
ball, Boys Leader Corps, OHicials Club,
JV Basketball, Key Club, Honor Society.
DAY, DAVID - 1643 Belmont Ave.
NHP English Teacher - Key Club,
Band, Marching Band, Chariot, Quill 8a
DORAN, MARY - 1535 Falmouth Ave.
NHP Secretary - Intramurals, Ecclesia.
DRAVINSKI, JUDITH - Judy - 17
Pinewood Lane, NHP Secretary - FTA,
GSL, Jr. Red Cross, Jr. Sr. Boards, Delta
Gamma HI-Y, Chorus, Basketball. Kon-
kordia, Sceneci Players.
DREHER, MARGARET - 206 White
Ave. NHP Stenographer - Girls Service
League, Usherettes, Sceneci Players,
DZIOMBA, JOHN - 2136 Jericho
Tpke, GCP Undecided Basketball, Intra-
DZIOMBA, PRISCILLA - 2136 Jeri-
cho Tpke., GCP Business School Fresh., fr
Soph., Jr. Sr. Boards, Student Council,
Jr. Red Cross, Cheerleader, Intramurals,
Sports Club, Girls Service League, Ec-
clesia, Tumbling Club, 'Modern Dance.
ECKERT, ROBERT - Bob - 3 S.
17th St. NHP Plumber - Soccer, Band,
V. Club. 1
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ECKLREITER, ELIZABETH - Betty
- 1032 Cherry Lane, NHP, Stenogra-
pher, Romanettes, Girls Service League,
FHA, Modern Dance Club.
EGAN, JOHN - 711 Terrace Blvd.,
NHP, Teacher, Boys Leader Corps, Var-
sity Club, Lacrosse, Football, Intramurals.
FINAMORE, ANDREW - Andy -
604 First Ave., NHP, College, Jr. Red
FISKE, DOROTHY - Dot - 566 N.
7th St., NHP, Teacher, Chariot, Honor
Society, Quill 8: Scroll, Zeta Rho Hi-Y,
Student Council, Jr, Red Cross, Election
Commission, Soph. Jr. Sr. Boards.
EGER, PATRICIA - Pat - 19 Sperry
Court, NHP, Retailing, Chorus.
EIPPER, MARIANNE - 45 Maple
Drive, NHP, Teacher, Girls Service
League, FTA, Jr. Sr. Boards, Usherettes,
Delta Gamma Hi-Y, Intramurals, Stu-
dent Council, Chorus, Ecclesia.
FITZGERALD, JOHN - 33 Redwood
Rd., NHP, Undecided, Intramural
FLEMING, EDNA - 34 Stephan Ave.,
NHP, Nurse, FNA, V Choir.
EISELE, FREDERICK - Fred - 35
Court, NHP, Chemist, V Bas-
Weightlifting, Sports Club, Stu-
ERNST, MARILYN -- 25 Maple Drive,
NHP, Secretary, Samarateens, FHA, In-
KLORLENZA, JERILYN - Jeri - 1692
' ew Hyde Park Road, NHP, College,
Romanettes, Jr. Sr. Boards, Girls Service
League, Delta Gamma Hi-Y, Ecclesia,
Bowling, Usherette, Honor Society.
FRANK, ELAINE - 165 Lawrence St.,
NHP, Teacher, Girls Leader Corps, In-
tramurals, Basketball, Sports Club.
ESCHE, DOLORES - Lorri - 111
Park Ave., GCP, Author, Marching
gang, Sr. High Band, Chariot, Sports
ETZLER, GUNTHER - Bud - 14
Central Ave., GCP, College, Intra-
FULLER, JAMES - Jim - 28 Tulip
Lane, NHP, Army, Student Council,
Weightlifting, Wrestling, Gymnastics.
GALDERESI, SANDRA - Sandy -
31 Croyden St., NHP, College, Modem
Dance, FHA, FNA, Girls Service League,
, Sports Club.
FASS, JOAN - 174 Kamda Blvd.,
NHP, Teacher, Chariot, FTA, Scenici
Players, Student Council, Konkordia,
FELCZAK, CAROL -- 499 N. 6th St.,
NHP, Secretary, Intramurals, Basketball.
FERRARA, DENIS - 19 Maple Leaf
Lane, NHP, College, Intramurals, Ec-
clesia, Omega Chi ',Hi7Y. -
FEUR Y, KATHERINE + Kay - 34
Iris fane 'NHP Ufamatics Coach
-lSQCI'l.lII'1 Playdrs,ifJFrench-'Cli1b, Jr. Board: .
Agfthery, Tennis. , lm
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Heidi and Chuck, Spike and Pat
VVere the best dressed quartet,
No doubt about that.
Lest We Forget
They led the work and led it well,
In efficiency Diana and Dot did excel.
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GILBERT, JOAN - 15 Jefferson St.,
NHP, College Instructor, Lance, Quill
SL Scroll, Zeta Rho Hi-Y, Bowling,
Girls Service League, Student Council,
Soph Board, Ecclesia, Glee Club, Honor
GILBERT, TIPP - 6 Maple Leaf
Lane, NHP, Cartoonist, Student Coun-
cil, Chariot, Frosh Board, Ecclesia,
Intramurals, Art Club, Wrestling,
GIOIA, ROSEANN - 561 N. 3rd St.,
NHP, Receptionist, Girls Service
League, Chariot, Business Club, Chorus,
GLASS, FRANCES - Franni - 36
Kingston St., NHP, College, Scenici
Players, FTA, Student Council, Red
League, Debating Club, Modern Dance
GARDNER, CAROL -- 5 Primrose
Drive, ,NHP, College, Romanettes,
Scenici Players, Honor Society, Soph.
Jr. Sr. Boards, Student Council, French
Club, FTA, Chorus, Girls Service
League, Konkordia, Sports Club.
GARDNER, MERYL - 35 Brisbane
St. NHP, Secretary, -Scenici Players,
Student Council, Intramurals.
GLICKSTEIN, ROBERT - Glick -
26 Pearl, St., NHP, College, Varsity
Club, Boys Leader Corps, Delta Sigma
Hi-3Y,,Key Club, Sr. Boards, Bas-
ketball, V, Track, V' Soccer, MV Cross
Country. .A ' ,,,,,
,GOLDSTEIN,':MA'RTIN"'- Marty --
67 West?-Maple-,Drive, NHP, College,
GENOVESEQ' FRANCES 7 ,Tina -
65 Maple Druie, NHP, Secre'ta'ry, Ro-
nianettes, 'Girls Servicei' League, ,Usher-
ettes, Bowling, Hor1orC,Society, ,Intra-
murals, Jr., Sr. Boards., Dfgta Gamma
Hi-Y, Ecclesia, Business Club. J
GENTILE, CLAIRE - 72 Fifth St.,
GCP, Ofiice Work, Sports Club, Intra-
GONZALES, THOMAS - Tom -
63 Bedford, GCP-Navy.
GOODMAN, RICHARD - Rick -
42 West Maple Drive, NHP, Veterinar-
ian, V Soccer, V Track, Key, Club,
Archery, French Club, Sr. Board, Kon-
kordia, Intramurals. , fc
GIANNINI, TH,E,RESA1,.,C,, 9'76,,Ni'
5th St., NHP, T acher, FTAy' Sports
Club, Jr. Board, Trench bQi11b, In-tra,-4'
murals, Honor Society, " "
GIANNINI, THERESUNM., 15 S.-16th'f'
St., NHP, Secretary, FlTA,,Inframuralsl
FHA, Samarateens. ,W ' "
GORAL, ELAINE - 127' N. 3rd St.,
NHP, Secretary, Chorus, Girls Service
League, Library Club.
GRASSO, NEIL - Tim - 6 New
Hyde Park Road, NHP, College, Foot-
ball, ,,Lacrosse, German Club, Intra-
GIANNATTASIO, FRANCIS -
Frank - 2 Surrey Road, NHP, Engi-
neer, Transfer Chaminade Radio Club,
GIESE, GERALD - Gerry - 37 Dur-
ham Road, NHP, Electrical Engineer,
V Choir, Chariot, Student Council, Ec-
GRAY, JOHN - jack - 50 Evans
St., NHP, College, V Football, V La-
crosse, Jr. Sr. Boards, Varsity Club,
GROSS, KATHY - 7 Linclon Ave.,
NHP, College, Honor Society, Sr. Board,
Bowling, Romanettes, V Choir, French
Club, Glee Club, Delta Gamma Hi-Y,
Girls Service League, Intramurals.
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HAHN, KAREN - 136 Sylvia Lane,
NHP, College, Band, Choir, Girls .
Leader Corps, Bowling, FTA, Intra-
murals, French Club, Zeta Rho Hi-Y,
HALPERN, JUDITH - Judy - 22
Maple Court, NHP, Teacher, JV, V
Choir, Sr. Board, FTA, Student Coun-
cil, French Club, Soph, Jr, Sr Trio,
Glee Club, Sr. Quartet, Dralnatics
Club, Italian Club.
HOPKINS, ARTHUR - Artie -
1615 Lowell Ave., NHP, Drafting, Art
Club, Track, Soccer, Intramurals, Wres-
HUDAK, KAREN - 8 Brisbane St.,
NHP, Business School, Student Coun-
cil, Modern Dancing, Cheerleaders Bas-
ketball, Choir, Leader Corps, Mixed
HARCHUT, CECELIA - Sis -- 21
7th Ave., GCP, Secretary, Jr. Red Cross.
HEBENSTREIT, CAROLYN - 18
Ashland Ave., NHP, College, Jr, Sr
Board, Lance, Scenici Players, Honor
Society, FNA, Chorus, Intramurals,
JACOB, JOHN - Jack - 63 Aber-
deen Road, NHP, College, Chorus,
JACOBSON, ARLENE - 1661 Alad-
din Ave., NHP, College, Romanettes,
Leader Corps, Honor Leader Corps, Jr,
Sr, Boards, Honor Society, Choir,
Sports Club, Zeta Rho Hi-Y, Bowling.
HECKER, PETER - Pete - 41 S.
16th St., NHP, College, Soccer, Band,
HIGGINS, ANGELA - Angel - 504
N. lst St., NHP, Secretary, Ecclesia.
JAEGER, MARGUERITE - Margie
- 531 Lakeville Road, NHP, College,
Girls Service League, Sports Club, In-
tramurals, FHA, Sr Board, Student
Council, Oilice Assistant.
JARDINIER, JOHN - 7 Cellar Ave.,
NHP, Commercial Artist, V Track,
Stage Crew, Chorus.
HILTON, CHARLES - Bud - 83
William St., NHP, College, Student
Council, Varsity Club, Key Club,
Honor Society, V Football, V Track,
Basketball, Soph Board, Konkordia.
HILTON, MARCIA - 1614 Fal-
mouth Ave., NHP, College, Chariot,
FNA, Jr, Sr Boards, Zeta Rho Hi-Y,
Artisans, Student Council, Honor So-
ciety, Quill Sc Scroll.
JOHNSON, CHARLES - 36 Ever-
green Ave., NHP-Service.
JOHNSON, PATRICIA - Pat - 36
Evergreen Ave., NHP, Secretary, Girls
Service League, Jr Red Cross, FNA,
HINGULAR, CAROL - 26 Beech-
wood Lane, NHP, Teacher, Intra-
murals, Glee Club, Sr High Chorus,
Varsity Choir, French Club, Student
Council, Lance, Honor Society.
HOENIG, CHARLES - Chuck -
1410 Lincoln Ave., NHP, Engineer,
Track, Football, Varsity Club, Intra-
HOFFMAN, BRUCE - 14 Eric Lane,
NHP, Navy Career, Weightlifting,
Choir, Wrestling, Archery.
HOOPER, JOHN - 1060 N. 5th,
NHP, undecided, Intramurals.
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Richard and Dick, a melodious pair.
For rhythm and music, they had a
Lest We Forget
A talented duo, Marilyn and Alice
Made rehearsals seem
Like a "Night at the Palace."
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KONOWALOW, SHARON - Shari -
11 Maple Court, NHP, Fashion De-
signer, Artiators, Artisians, Scenici
Players, Girls Leader Corps, Chariot,
Lance, Student Council, Modern Dance
Club, Senior Board.
KOPLIN, RICHARD - Dick - 1745
Belmont Ave., NHP, College, V. Foot-
ball, V. Track, Key Club, Varsity Club,
Boys Leader Corps.
KOSINSKI, PATRICIA - Pat - 12
S. 18th St, NHP, Typist, Girls Intra-
KRUG, JOAN - 6 N. 11th St., NHP,
Receptionist, Girls Service League, Intra-
KALB, NANCY - 1629 Falmouth Ave.,
NHP, Medical Secretary, Romanettes,
Jr., Sr. Boards, Zeta-Rho Hi-Y, Student
Council, Sceneci Players.
KEEFFEE, VIRGINIA, 2960 S. 10th
St., Secretary, Intramurals, Jr. Red Cross,
KUPILLAS, CONRAD - 3 S. 10th St.,
NHP, Undecided, Intramurals.
LANGAN, HELEN - 104 Lawrence
St., NHP, Secretary, Girls Leader Corps,
Honor Basketball Club, Zeta Rho Hi-Y,
KELLY, EDWARD - Ed -- 7 Dallas
Ave., NHP, Engineer, Honor Society, V.
Basketball, V. Track, V. Soccer, Varsity
Club, Key Club, Delta Sigma Hi-Y, Ger-
man Club, Boys Leader Corps.
KELLY, WILLIAM - Bill - 48 Wil-
liam St., NHP, Accountant, Intramurals.
LEAHY, JOHN - 15 Maple Court,
NHP, Construction, Varsity Club, Track,
Volleyball, Intramurals, Basketball.
LEED, VALERIE - Val - 20 Red-
wood Road, NHP, Secretary, Chorus,
Intramurals, FHA, Dramatics.
KENNA, ROBERT - Bob - 1634 Bel-
mont Ave., NHP, Commercial Artist,
Artisians, Intramurals, Sports Club.
KEOUGH, DENNIS - 568 Cherry La.,
NHP, Navy, Intramurals.
LEHMAN, RALPH - 151 Sperry Blvd.,
NHP, Undecided, Marching Band, Var-
sity Band, Intramurals, Baseball, Basket-
LELLA, MARIA - 1714 Park Ave.,
NHP, Fashion Designer, Girls Leader
Corps, Honor Leader Corps, Chariot, Jr.,
Sr. Boards, Intramurals, Basketball, Ar-
tisians, Sports Club, Lance.
KISSEL, LINDA - 1326 New Hyde
Park Road, NHP, College, Varsity Choir,
Girls Service League, Zeta Rho Hi-Y,
Scenici Players, Bowling, Tennis, De-
KOGAN, MYRNA - Koko - 40
Tulip Lane, NHP, College, Honor So-
ciety, Student Council, Scenici Players,
Girls Service League, Frosh, Soph
Boards, Latin Club, French Club, Zeta
Rho Hi-Y, Bowling. fd
LEUPP, KENNETH - Ken T
asmine Ave N P Teacherl arsi
.I ' -1 ,H
Club, Leader Corps, ,IV .Fbotbal'l,,,iN'L
Track, Soccer, OfHcia1s,wQ1ub, tffntra-
murals. .-" I-1' Mft' lf fflff
LIPKIN, ALAN - 51O'fN. 12th sf,
NHP, Lawyer, Chariot, Student Coun-
LITWIN,- SANDRA - Sandy - 4
Evergreen Ave., NHP, Buyer, Girls Ser-
vice L'eague, Usherettes, Intramurals,
Student Council. .
LONG, WILLIAM - Bill - 600 Wil-
liam St., NHP, College Intramurals,
German Club, Track. Q
LUTKENHAUS, LINDA JAYNE -
99 Kenneth Place, NHP, Teacher, FTA,
Scenici Players, Artisians, Intramurals,
Delta Gamma Hi-Y, Bowling.
MACKAUF, PETER - Pete - 1508
Lowell Ave., NHP, Engineer, Honor
Societg, Soccer, Varsity Club, Band, Key
Club, acrosse Dance Band.
MANGANADREJ, ANTOINETTE -
ggni 117 S. 5th St., NHP, Retailing,
MARINO, FIORE - John - 46 Old
Stewart Ave., GCP, Engineer, Intramu-
MCLAUGHLIN, JACQUELINE -
Jackie - 54 Plymouth St., NHP, Col-
lege, Chorus, Scenici Players.
MCSORLEY, LELIZABETH - Chip -
216'Wilton St., NHP, College, Bowling,
Intramurals, Library Club, Ecclesia.
MARINUCCI, ANTHONY - Tony -
51 William St., NHP, College, JV, V.
MARKUSSEN, ARTHUR - 2 Lake-
ville, Drive, NHP, College, Boys Leader
Corps, JV, V. Football, Soccer, Key
Club, Varsity Club, Delta Sigma Hi-Y,
MEEK," CAROLYN - Lyn - 38
Jefferson St., NHP, Secretary, Archery,
Chorus, Spanish Club.
MERKERT, MARY - 71 Maple Drive,
NHP, Secretary, Romanettes, Chorus,
FNA, FHA, Student Council, Modem
Dance Club, Jr. Red Cross, Intramurals.
,MARTIN, BARBARA - 7 Paul Ave.,
NHP, Artiators, Zeta Rho Hi-Y. Honor
Society, Scenici Players? ,
MATHEIS, VIRGINIA - Ginny - 36
Manly Place, NHP, Teacher, FTA, Delta
Gamma Hi-Y, German Club, Scenici
Players, Bowling, Konkordia Intramurals.
MESWARP, ELIZABETH - Betty
29 Sylvia Lane, NHP, College, Library
METZLER, ELAINE - 26 Oak Drive,
NHP, Secretary, Choir, Jr. Red Cross,
Bowling, Mixed Chorus, Archery, FNA,
MAZURKIEWICZ, EILEEN - 105
Wilton St., NHP, Secretary, Girls Ser-
vice League, Modem Dance Club,
Scenici Players, Sports Club, Chorus, In-
MCCREA, EILEEN - Mickie - 136 -
Bregman Ave., NHP, College, Choir,
Chorus, Twirlers, Student Council, Ec- i'
Lest We Forget
Humor was the specialty of Bob and
They kept everyone laughing in their
'fix uf- N '-
clesia, Frosh, Soph, Sr. Boards. 'J ELKJ' it
MEYER, JAY - 2137 Jericho Tpke., ' 3,9 J
GCP - Ballistics Engineer, Chess Club, . 7' -
Science Club, Key Club, Jr. Board Var- , .f ,S , QS? 4 . -,Q
sity Club, Football, Basketball, L ce, Jw ,gf 'i l
Honor Society. E
MEYERS, GEORGE - 41 tral X'
Blvd., NHP, llege. Varsity Cl , ' X
Leader Corp , . Basketball, eball,'
Soccer, Delta 'g it Hi-Y, KeyCQlub.
fl, crosse, Omega Chi I-Ii-Y
lo my M
MIKO , AR - S. 12th
St., NHP, Se e ck, I amurals, I
MILBERG, A A 313 ace
Blvd., NHP, ch , ha 'o FT
FHA, Samar , ntramur 1,
MORAN, THOMAS Tom - 1
N. 4th St., NHP, College,
fn Gymnastic Club, Varsity Club.
MUELLER HEIDI - 934 N. 6th St.,
NHP Secretary Student Council Scenici
Players Intramurals Girls Service
League French Club Chorus
V61 ent St., NHP, College, C rus,
ng, Archery, German Club, F '
LLER, RUSSELL - 1052 . thi
t., NHP, Lawyer, Student ou ilfj'
Track, Jr. Board, Football. 1
jaw 5 , 9 , :
, MILLEQL' MARGARET - Marge
1 , xii? 5 620
,V 3 , , Eng, ee , k
'52 V, , , ' ' . . v -I ' X
, ' ,gmt L , C C C '
'33 H ,ti ,NY ve., , r 1 wye V oot
' l b ll, os , S p , ' 'd Ke
A . 'W 1 a : lg k
4 TR U E Pa
X X e r
Lest We Forget
With a "please" or'a "thank you', they
made the day right,
Linda and Bob were the two most
College, Boys Leader r t
Council, Jr. Sr. Boar , ll, -
Crosse, Track, Intramur , .
MULIERI THOMA -
Ingraham Lan NHP as et-
ball Boys Le er s, occ Intra-
Welgh l ftin
ICHA 4 C rt
MULI, FRANK - 6 M o P,
a o J 4 Pr, ye
C O ega Chi
c s V sity b
o a 61 tl1 g French C
Ph a Intram ls Konkordia
N P ITANO, K HLEEN - Kathy
97 Washingt Ave., NHP, College,
l ' , t un , " u
v I ., P, Accoun t,
. ll ll, 'g ' , Q ub
Sf , - -
QFTA, r.ASr. r s, Student Council,
Intr rals, E ' .
N,' E WARD - Ed -- 154
. 10t ., P, Bell Telephone, Intra-
MO ON, BERT - Bob - 543
Map Drive West, NHP, Chemical En-
gineer, Key Club, Lance, Delta Sigma
Hi-Y, Track, Science Club, Ecclesia, La-
crosse, Honor Society.
MONTE, NANCY - 38 Dallas Ave.,
NHP, Secretary, Transfer: Library
Squad, Student Relations Council,
Bowling Club, Swimming Club, Green
Sc White Party.
NEUSCHULZ, BRENDA, 39 Lewis
Ave., FP, Teacher, JV Cheerleaders,
Chorus, Jr. Sr. Boards, FTA, Scenici
Players, Intramurals, Ecclesia.
NEWSOM, GLORIA - 1014 Terrace
Blvd., NHP, Dietician, Library Club,
French Club, Typing Club, Intramurals.
OEHL, DONALD - Don - 50 Yale
Blvd., NHP Pilot, Jr. Sr. Boards, Varsity
Club, Track, Cross Country, Boys
Leader Corps, Delta Sigma Hi-Y.
OGDEN, NEIL - 12 Carole Ave., NHP,
Engineer, Sports Club, Varsity Club,
Football, Baseball, Ecclesia.
OGONOWSKI, EDWARD - Ed -
520 Lakeville Road, NHP, Service, In-
O'MEARA, MARILYN - 550 N. 9th
Place, NHP, Secretary, Lance, Girls Ser-
vice League, Girls Leader Corps, Scenici
Players, Jr, Sr, Boards, Choir, Chorus,
Student Council, Ecclesia, Intramurals.
ORR, HAROLD - Spike - 510 Lake-
ville Road, NHP, College, Boys Leader
Corps, Jr, Sr. Boards, Varsity Club, V.
Lacrosse, Delta Sigma Hi-Y, Ecclesia.
PACIFICO, MARILYN - 90 Broad-
way, GCP, Secretary, FNA, Intramurals,
Sports Club, Girls Service League.
PAETOW, PATRICIA - Pat - 43
Aberdeen Road, NHP, College, Lance,
Quill Sc Scroll, Delta Gamma Hi-Y,
FTA, French Club, Intramurals, Bowl-
PANTIN, MARIETTA - 27 Fourth
St., GCP, Teacher, Sports Club, Samara-
PEARSON, DIANA - Dee - 26
Maple Drive West, NHP, College, Lance,
Honor Society, Quill St Scroll, Artisians,
Delta Gamma Hi-Y, Ecclesia, Student
Council, Scenici Players, Election Com-
ENN, EDWARD - Eddie - 56 Wil-
liam St., NHP, Printer, Wrestling, Arch-
ry, Weightlifting, Intramurals.
QUINLAN, KATHLEEN - 39 Or-
chid Lane, NHP, College, Girls Service
FTA, Usherettes, Bowling, Dra-
French Club, Honor Society.
A, MAUREEN - 18 Pinewood
NHP, College, Student Council,
Girls Servie? League I tramurals.
PFLUCLE 1001 N Sev
n S ., y, - . i I
KA, JOAN - 15 First st.,
ff CP, Secretary, Girls Service League,
Choir, Red Cross, Usherettes.
RAZZA, ERNEST - Ernie - 38 Cor-
win Ave., NHP, Undecided, Sewanhaka
REICH, GERARD - 77 Stephen Ave.,
NHP, Draftsman, Leader Corps, Sr.
Board, Lacrosse, Officials Club..
POLISHUK, HARRIET - 1317 Park
Ave., NHP, Buyer, Student Council,
Delta Gamma Hi-Y, Lance, Scenici
POLITO, LYDIA - 46 Evergreen Ave.,
NHP, College, Student Council, Girls
Service League, Dramatics, FHA, Intra-
REISS, BETTY - 116 Sperry Blvd.,
NHP, Secretary, JV, V. Cheerleader,
Girls Leader Corps, Honor Leader Corps,
Sr. Board, Bowling, Volleyball, Archery,
Badminton, Softball, Basketball.
RICKMEYER, JOAN - Ricky - 17
Jefferson St., NHP, College, Scenici
Players, Sr. High Choir, Basketball, In-
tramurals, Bowling, Glee Club.
PROMMERSBURGER, RUTH - 1019
N. 5th St., NHP, Secretary, Girls Service
League, Usherettes, Business Club, Jr.
Red Cross, Intramurals, Honor Society.
UATTROCHI. ,IOHN - 503 Premier
vd., NHP, College, Soccer, Voll all,
Lest We Forget
At all our games. these girls led the
Kathy danced, Eileen twirled. Arlene
yelled so they'd hear it.
Tiny 5 I
,RI oN, ELIZABET - Be 109 if! 1
st.. NHP, mia ' ,
, Scenici Pla 'er, A i ' , '
ub' X It rim! eg
ROTHKI A - mdway,
NHP, Pri , l r. Boa ' . Q., D V
5 S ' L.
'if' ' . tl- 2'fs 'x?1f:.,x
. , as , 1 .. , 'A ,+,,,.,, ,-X, ',
37 57 kiwi. .'2Q"lf:.L '- ' I
M f 1
Lest We Forget
Successful in sports at every try
Pete and Brian were rated high.
RUDDOCK, IRENE - 17 Wilton St.,
NHP, College, JV Cheerleader, Chorus,
Choir, Delta Gamma Hi-Y, Student
Council, Sr. Board, Scenici Players, Ec-
SALEMI, FRANCES - Fran - 22
Third Ave. GCP, Retailing, Jr. Board,
Modern Dance Club, Sports Club, Ec-
SCHNEIDER, BARBARA - 1642
Broadway, NHP, Undecided, Choir,
SCHOLER, FREDERICK - Fred -
17 Willow Road, NHP, College, Sr.
Board, Student Council, V Lacrosse,
Varsity Club, Dance Band, Concert Band,
Key Club, Ecclesia, Lance, German Club.
SANDSTEDT, EILEEN - 10 N. 11th
St., NHP, Secretary, Sports Club, Girls
Leader Corps, Chorus, Intramurals.
SAVINO, ANGELA - 4-7 Dallas Ave.,
NHP, College, Varsity Choir, Scenici
SCHONEBOOM, BARBARA - 4- S.
8th St., NHP, Secretary, Girls Leader
gprps, Honor Society, Intramurals, Glee
SCHUPBACH, JANET - 119 Sperry.,
Blvd., NHP, Secretary, Sr. HighfGh,orusgf I
Glee Club, Scenici Players, Intramurals.
SCAGLIONE, EILEEN - 130 Aster H
Drive, NHP, Retailing, Spanish Club, :Tv
Soph. Board, Girls Service League. f
SCHEDDIN, CAROL - 311 Coiert J
Ave., NHP, Business School, Spanish
Club, Intramurals, G.A.A. 'X
SEAWOOD, CHARLES - 100 Maple'
Drive, NHP, College, Football, Track,
SEFTON, ROBERT - Bob - 116 Fifth
St., GCP, Navy, Student Council, His-
tory Honor Society.
SCHIRALDI, GERARD - Jerry - 144
N. 5th St., NHP, Commentator, Sports
Club, Basketball, Intramurals, Soccer.
SCHMID, MARGARET - Marge -
179 Kamda Blvd., NHP, College, V
Cheerleaders, Jr., Sr. Board, Student
Council, Choir, Delta Gamma Hi-Y,
Honor Society, Ecclesia, Intramurals,
SEIBERT, ADRIENNE - 127 Gerard
Ave., NHP, Nurse, Glee Club, FNA,
Health Assistant, Guidance Assistant,
SELTZER, ARLENE - 27 Yale Blvd.,
NHP, College, JV , V Cheerleaders,
Honor Society, Jr., Sr. Boards, Delta
Gamma Hi-Y, French Club, Konkordia,
SERWER, DAVID - Dave - 6 Avon
Road, NHP, Labor Relations, Chariot,
Key Club, Varsity Club, Jr., Sr. Boards,
Student Council, Football, Track, Bas-
SEYMOUR, JEAN - Bunny - 38
Hull Ave., NHP, Teacher, Choir, Scenici
SHAPIRO, RICHARD -Dick - 70
Sperry Blvd., NHP, Doctor, Honor So-
ciety, Football, Key Club, Delta Sigma
Hi-Y, Student Council, Jr. Board, Var-
SHEEHAN, EDWARD - Ned - 576
N. 5th St., NHP, College, Student Coun-
:JJ HERIDAN, WILLIAM - Bill - 113
fl 1 A 1 '
fiingmek DoI,oR,1Qs :T 1 N.
L,X1f'AiJ. W , ,Vi
f" , " " , ir' . ,
SHEERIN, JAMES Jim 1514
Highland Ave., NHP, College, Boys '1-
Leadikk Corps, Varsity Club, Track.
SH , DAN, JOHN - 113 First St.,
, G9 , arines.
X, STOCK, RITA ANN - 43 Carole Ave.
NHP, Nurse, Intramurals, Bowling, FNA,
it Italian Club, Latin Club.
,t STRASSNER, ROSALIE - Ro - 47
Q J Kingston St., NHP, College, Student
' Council, Scenici Players, Election Com- Q-Q'
ission, Soph., Jr., Sr. Boards, Lance,
td r. Red Cross, Intramurals, Debating
Club, Trampoline Club.
First St., GCP, Engineer, Intramurals.
SILVERMAN, IRWIN - 101 North
12th St., NHP, Dentist, Band, Intra-
murals, German Club. v
STRAUBMUELLER, ARLINE - 214
Terrace Blvd., NHP, Office Work,
SUBACH, ALBERT - 956 N. 3rd St.,
NHP, Engineer, Soccer, Track, Varsity
Club, Key Club, Intramurals, Chess 8: ' 'V
SMITH, BRIAN - 565 N. 7th St.,
NHP, College, V. Football, V. Lacrosse,
Varsity Club, Jr., Sr. Board.
SMITH, FREDERICK - Fred - 17
S. 9th St., NHP, Undecided, V. Track,
Varsity Club, Intramurals.
TOMASZEWSKI, MARCIA - 921
Bryant Ave. NHP, Nurse, FNA, Sr. High
Choir, Basketball, Girls Service League.
TRAPANI, RONALD - 35 Maple
Leaf Lane, NHP, Service.
SMITH, MADELINE - Maddy - 81
Central Ave., GCP, Bookkeeper, Girls
Service League, Sr. Board, Modem
Dance Club, Intramurals. I
SMITH, THOMAS - 1640 Aladdin
Ave., NHP, Real Estate Broker, Band, ,
Lacrosse, Soccer, Retailing Club.
TRAPEO, JOAN - 182 Pnmroiilprive,
NHP, Secretary, Girls Service, eague,
Intramurals, FHA. , J " f ' I f
TRUTT, WESLEY - wegjkif 103
2nd St., NHP, Engineer, V. Fjlrack, Var-'hz
sity Club, Key Club, Cross Countryfl ,-.
Drama Club. I fl' ,' f iq!
SNELL, WAYNEE - LffchidZLane, ,iv
NHP, College, 'x,Frosh, Board" Intray, J
murals. ll 0 , . . ,
SOUTHERN, ENE , 4411 cafgie f
Ave., NHT, cher, arsityi Ghdir
Chorus P1 lub B r Service
League, A, B0 lflg, Urals,
G'e!lIn'an ii! si L
sr EE-Y, CA, L, C2165 Nwxgfv
Bl X, CP,A5lecretaryf po s Club, Buv
in ,slClub rls' Se ice Ileagtte Intra
rals J Red Cross
4th, BH, NHP, Secretary, ,Sports Club,
,Stiazent Council, yt7WHirals, Business
1 . 1'
f Lest W F t
e o rge
4, Q, i For the cheeriest of personality
I' "7'3,' ,Z-Z! , I T "!'5' 525.2 V You could always count on
T" 32753, Joan and Don's geninlity.
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gf ,C ,. ' fy xy
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Lest We Forget
Nancy and Tina could not be beat.
In typing and shorthand
They were efficient and neat.
WALLACE, MARGARET - Peggy -
1619 Imperial Ave., NHP, Teacher, Ro-
manettes, Chariot, Soph, Sr. Boards,
Student Council, Intramurals, Girls Ser-
vice League, Ecclesia.
WALLRA MARILYN - 114 Lo-
well Ave., I , College, Girls Leader
Corpsg. JY,EChe5leaders, Jr. Sr., Boards,
Spor b In ,ur .s .
wixssg ,g M6 ffs Lake-
Vi ,yvi,lle1'kJ2Id College, Y sity Club,
'3 ,X 9rl,F'ootb acr se, B fL ader Corps,
H I ,7,,t- ,J elta ' agg,,Hi-Yy nt Activity
--'-5' "f' ' ' 4 ,Mig I- ,chfilirtic Lacrosse, Jr., Sr.
sg! f . 5
. Board. ,Nix
1,-f WEYH, WILLIAM - Bill - 62 Third
I :f,S't., GCP, Photographer, School Photo-
.f grapher, Chariot, Intramurals..
TURNQUIST, JUDITH - Judy -
54 Surrey Road, NHP, Model, Girls Ser-
vice League, Chorus, Business Club, In-
tralnurals, F HA,
TUTTLE, EVELYN - 8 Ashland Ave.,
NHP, Secretary, Girls Service League,
Intramurals, Sports Club, Spanish Club.
WEINER, ARTHUR - Art - 530 N.
12th St., NHP, Dentist, Chariot, Weight-
lifting, Sports Club, Soccer.
WEISS, ELIZABETH - Liz - 1067
N. 7th St., NHP, Journalist, Chariot,
Honor Society, Girls Leader Corps,
Honor Leader Corps, Delta Gamma Hi-
Y, Quill 8: Scroll, Student Council,
Election Commission, Sr. Board.
ULRICH, ALICE - 3 Elm Drive,
NHP, College, Chorus, Band, Spanish
Club, FTA, Senior Trio, Language
News-paper, Delta Gamma Hi-Y, Scenici
Players, Student Council, Honor Society.
'VANDERI-IOFF, PHYLLIS - 158 Cel-
lar. Ave., NHP, Secretary, Girls Service
Lfeague,.Sp0ffs Club, Intramurals, Sci-
. 'ence Clubi i
i VWQEIIMANN, ILSE - 74 Dyckman
' fAveI GCP Secreta Girls Leader Co s
,n i VY, YP :
ff' Sports Club, German Club, Jr. Board.
,QWILLIAMSEN, BARBARA - 1612
,Jasmine Ave., NHP, College, Intra-
I murals, Twirlers, Soph Board, Student
QJVAUGHN, LARRY - 948 N. 7th St.,
NHP, Commercial Artist, Art Club, In-
VENEZIA, JEAN - 33 Lewis Ave., FP,
Secretary, Girls Service League, Intra-
murals, FHA, Ecclesia.
WILLSEY, DONALD - Don - 544
N. 2nd St., NHP, Marines, Boys Leader
Corps, Football, Track.
WONDERGEM, JUDITH - 8 Old
Broadway, GCP, Nurse, Choir, Library
Club, Jr. Red Cross.
VIARENGO, MARGARET -- 446
Leonard Blvd., NHP, Secretary, Ro-
manettes, Girls Service League, Modern
Dance Club, Usherettes, Sports Club.
VIVONA, CHARLES - Chuck - 10
Surrey Road, NHP, Architect, Chariot,
Key Club, Cross Country, Soccer, Omega
Chi Hi-Y, Band, Jr., Sr. Boards, Quill
8L Scroll Honor Society.
YAGHMOURIAN, GERARD - 818
Lowell Ave., NHP, Electrical Engineer,
YOUNG, ELIZABETH JOYCE - 22
Elm Drive, NHP, Teacher, Band, Choir,
Dance Band, Marching Band.
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FTA fo or Society r Sr. Boards,
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Zeta I o Hi-Y Konkordi rench Club
In ura s l J- - -' -
ent O' gr'
L - ' .rf ene -
Hi Isis d HNHP College Track
ZDY O, LINDA - 73 Sixth St.,
GCP, Teacher, Romanettes. Girls Leader
Corps, French Club, Intramurals, Sr.
Board, Samarateens, Jr. Red Cross,
ZIEGLER, CAROLYN - 571 N. 6th
St., NHP, Teacher, Chariot, Romanettes,
FTA, Delta Garnrna Hi-Y, Quill 8:
Scroll, Sr. Board, JV, V Choir, Bowling,
French Club, Honor Society.
ZIPPER, PAUL - 1016 N. 4th St.,
NHP, College, V Lacrosse, Varsity Club,
Intramurals, Basketball, Gymnastics.
ZITH, NANCY - 60 Old Broadway,
GCP, Secretary, Drum Majorette,
Twirlers, Girls Service League, Usher-
ettes, Modern Dance Club.
ZOLLER, ANGELA - 81 Third St.,
GCP, Undecided, Girls Service League,
Usherettes, Romanettes, Chariot, Intra-
HORN, ARNOLD - 1629 Lowell Ave., ,
NHP, College, Band, Key Clu , irerlchvf
I X Club, Dance Band, Football. jj
3' affix I AM jj' f- -"' X if X W yi
i ia P ji xv ' O .' f rl f X
l Nfl 'xv 1 ' 'X - -' L, n in ' erf o painting ,
ll V'-. 'il' X Q an -if ff scene, l Z
, ,N -ss A Sharon an . ' ar a 'e su-
Q9! lx I Q rget I f'
1 ' P ' M U l 1
g , . I A 7
NHP, Undecided, Spor Clu ,f tra-
murals, Honor Basketbal Club,f wfn
Softball. X 1
ZIMA, JOHN - 12 Maple Driv , NHP,
ll ll lily
ZIEGLER, ,IO CE - 1 o .,
Marilyn and Jack made a good team
For doing the lindy. they were on the
. M - .". arf
Engineer, Key Club, I-Ili-Fi Club 'Radio
Club Scien Club 1 1
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L I I Z .lm li f I 'RA
K jjj! , 6 ,W 5 ll ,
W ,M ll . ,leaf est We Forget
'J ' j jx, I
lyq ifyxxl A John and Jay in the Chem lab were
K, V ' XX V' always fixtures,
lx When making compounds. they sure
J lx 41 knew the mixtures.
Although active participants in
a wide variety of community and
school activities, members of Sen-
ior Board are dedicated to a com-
mon goal and that is to make the
Senior year the most memorable
experience of the students, high
The first event of the calendar
of the Class of 1960 was the pro-
fitable magazine drive climaxed
by the Senior Tea, which was well
attended by parents and students,
while the Senior play, 'gMy Sister
Eileenf, and the lovely booth at
the Bazaar ushered in Spring most
pleasantly. Climaxing the school
year was our long awaited Senior
Ball, and of course, graduation 5
both of which were a collection of
our most enjoyable days in high
Left to right KFIRST ROWQ C. Gardner, D. Wassmer, M. Zanetti
Mr. Stanley Goldman
D. Oehl, Mr. Stanley Goldman, H. Orr, M. Schmid, F. Scholer, N
Kalb, KSECOND ROWj M. Hilton, Forlenza, E. Weiss, M
O'Meara, T. Genovese, E. McCrea, A. Jacobsen, Halpern, J. Adel-
man, J. Agosta KTHIRD ROWQ S. Konawalow, A. Seltzer, I. Rud
dock, M. Smith, F. Muli, D. Anderson, G. Reich, P. Dziomba, M
Lella, M. Wallrapp, B. Reiss.
Margaret Schmid Maria Zanetti
Recording Secretary Treasure'
Fred visits jailbirds in last
attempt to sell some maga-
Salesmen reject Fred Scho-
ler's plea to buy magazines.
Fred Scholer - Business
Seniors leaf through maga-
zines at start of their drive.
The Grand March has the end of the
With Queen Marcia and King Don
leading us all.
Floating on air with a great deal of
The usherettes' bubbles made a hit
at our Prom.
We danced to the music
of the "Rhythm 8,',
band we all agreed
"Fantasia', was the name
of this gala affair,
It was worth every effort
it took to prepare.
Mr. Goldman gave our Prom real
We'll always think of him with great
In rapt conversation beneath the sea,
Were found our willing faculty.
always a pleasure,
' Enjoyment was ours till the
very last measure.
Another Senior and Alumni Dance,
Another memorable occasion for our
Mr. Goldman stands, rightly proud a.s
With a few former students of
hear Marilyn sing was
Seniors pose without
For a picture of this
Students and teachers in togetherness,
Memories are made of this.
A terrific faculty always our guide,
Students and teachers side by side,
Parents, students and teachers are
served by hostesses at tea.
Senior girls prepare table for senior
Tea under direction of Arlene X
Mr. Randolph congratulate
First, Second, and Third place
winners of the Oratorical Con-
test, Alice Ulrich, Fran Glass,
and Betty joy Young.
Senior bandsmen relax after the
Upperclassmen await ques-
tions at Memorial quiz show.
Ever smiling, never tiring, Carol
Leonard is well known throughout
Memorial as a girl upon whom one
can always depend. Carol holds the
oHices of President of the Girls Ath-
letic Association, Co-Captain of the
Twirlers, Corresponding Secretary
of Junior Board and is a member of
Girls Leader Corps and Scenici
Players. With all her school activi-
ties, Carol still devotes much time to
out-of-school sports and is an active
member of her church's youth organ-
ization. Future plans include college
and the teaching of high school
Pete, one of Memoriaias most ath-
letically inclined students, may also
add perseverance and industry to his
other attributes. Voted most valu-
able player of 1959 for Varsity Foot-
ball, Pete is also on the Varsity Bas-
ketball and Baseball teams, and is a
member of Boys Leader Corps and
Varsity Club. Even with this tight
schedule, he still Finds time to serve
his classmates as Vice-President of
the Junior Class.
FIRST ROIV: P. Balestrino. P. Augello. K. DeBari. Piccarella. Bliss KI. Spano. Bir. R.
Engert. C. Leonard. P. XYolynec. A. Bfedina SECOND ROl1': C. Jablonsl-xi. C. Freidin. R.
Kahn. E. Retarides. D. Pagano. RI. Cogan. D. Riiele. E. Wicks. Bi. Medina. J. Pratt THIRD
ROIV: C. Johnston. Herbert. K. Ewald. A. Eide. R. Maxon. E. Fisher. BI. Guenther. G. 4
Kreyling. A. Seymour. C. Christiansen. XI. Schaller FOURTH ROW: B. Bergbom. B. Natalie. 1
R. Hlidmer. VV. Delvafllez, Rudell. R. Dennis. H. Cassman. R. Kiayer. ,Q ,R
Bfiss Kiildred Spano "ef,
, J Class Advisor iii: H .
S3 Nj I
J' N M The Junior Board condr .s one of its many orga-
J u r a nized meetings.
One of the most eagerly awaited
events of the Junior year was the
distribution of class rings, which was
the responsibility of the Junior
Board. Fund raising was an impor-
tant function of the Junior Board
and was successful through the col- .f
lection of class dues, the sale of
Christmas cards, and a booth at the
Student Council Bazaar. A large
Christmas basket was contributed to
the needy through the Junior Board.
This group also coordinated the
class' annual drive which gave eye-
glasses for charity. A highly success-
ful Junior Prom rounded out a very
memorable year for the Class of '61.
Juniors discuss plans for
their eyeglass drive.
Oflicers of junior Class take
time out to pose for a group
Juniors display their award
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or their pizza sale at last
The Junior Class presents
Carol Leonard with a cha-
This year Mr. Sophomore com-
bines many of his personal interests
with his school activities. As a devo-
tee of modern jazz, Walt also finds
enjoyment playing with our Senior
High Band. As a sports enthusiast,
he finds time to participate on our
Cross Country and Track Teams.
Being a members of the CHAR-
IOT'S feature staff, WValt is able to
exercise his abilities in the area of
creative writing. Future plans in-
clude college and a possible career in
some area of the sciences.
Industry, thoughtfulness and zeal
are certainly a few of the attributes
recognized in our active Miss Soph-
omore, Joyce Arkwright, A member
of Sophomore Board and Class
Treasurer, Joyce also enjoys many
varied out-of-school activities. High
on her list of favorite pastimes are
horse-back riding and water skiing.
lVarm hearted and fond of children,
Joyce would like to teach retarded
children after college.
ROW I S K. Ochl, Arkwright, T. Domogala, Mrs.
Dubin, D. Reiner, D, Rigney, I. Bolina. ROW II - D.
Lempicky, L, McGee, R. McCaffrey, Garfinkel, D.
Hill, P. Rankin, M. Kutina, Iltis, A. Taub. ROW III
3 F. Tricolli, R. Gardner, M. Dolan, E. Feurey, A.
Mrs, Florence Dubin Takemoto.
Sophomore oH:1cers strut down the hall.
Entering the Senior High School
entails many new responsibilities not
previously faced. But these were ably
met by the zest and ingenuity of Me-
morialls Sophomore Board. Aside from
collecting dues, the Sophomore Board
sold transistor radios as a fund-raising
Among the social activities spon-
sored by the Board, were the Sopho-
more Class Dance, "the Soph Hopf'
held in the Autumn of this year and
a booth at the Student Council Ba-
Sophs have-um big pow-wow.
Judy and Arnold re-
hearse their pitch for
the radio salesdriw e
Kathy and Diane make deco-
rative flowers for their dance.
Sophomore officers puzzle
over plans for their dance.
Possessing those most laudable qualities of leader- School. It is with pride and confidence that we take
ship, reliability and cooperation, these students have this opportunity to acknowledge such achievement
been selected b-y their teachers as being among the and to hope for their further contributions to our
most promising students of Memorial's junior High school and community life.
FIRST ROW: Spirio, S. Hennings, Miss M. Povinelli, more THIRD ROW: E. Chao, T. Dilts, MacDougal
Mr. W. Fried. S. Spachner, K. Sakal SECOND ROW: S. R. Rigdon, P. Levine.
Matthews, P, Young, L. Demeo, A. Behrens, R. Fenni-
The Frosh Board is responsible for the
planning and supervision of all class ac-
tivities. This year the agenda included a
student-parent tea, a spring dance and a
fortune-telling booth at the Roman Forum.
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A ' Mr. William Fried
, Class Advisor
Susan Hennings. Presidenfg Susan Sparhncr. Vice-Prf-z'flfwnt,- Kzithe
Sakal, Secrclafyf JUG Spirio. Treasurrrg Mi. Fried Advisor.
Freshman eagerly set
showcase reminding their class-
mates about dues.
Frosh Board discuss upcoming
their advisor, Mr. Fried.
Suggestions are given for money-making projects
Oiiicers take time out to pose for a
snapshot with Mr. Fried.
Eighth Grade Board
Mrs. Carita Panchisin
Eighth Grade Officers: Chris Grau
Treasurer, Philip Rigdon President,
Maxene Grafinkel, Secretary and Kris-
tin Atkinson Vice President.
The Eighth Grade board. represented by each
homeroom in the class. forms the governing body for
the class. Along with welfare projects for the com-
munity, the Board also provides service to the school
by planning assemblies. dances. and showcases.
FIRST ROW: M. Jacobson. C. Grau. P, Rigdon. Mrs.
C. Panchison, Miss O, Plantana, K. Atdinson. M. Gn-
finkel, L. Dimore. SECOND ROIV: K. Stock. hlier-
zejeswki, L. Owens, P. Casillo, D. Bolino. P, Bielyn. S.
Poyner. I. Briggin, E. Pollack, M. Neilson. THIRD
ROIV: F. Aceto, B. YN'alker. YY. Howard. O. Ornind, D.
Meadows, P. Monaco, P. Melvin. Schrader.
Eighth Grade Hi-Lites
The Air Force Band from
Mitchell Field takes a bow at
Eighth graders, participating in class activities,
take time out to pose for the cameramen.
We showed our thanks by providing
food for the needy at Thanksgiving.
Mrs. Tootle instructs students on the
proper use of reference books.
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FIRST ROW: G. Petrocca, Reichenbach, Mr. S. Silverberg. C. Belev, M. DeRose SEC-
OND ROW: B. Brindisi, D. Krause, K. Quince, B. Webster, L. Metze. Johnson, P. Felczak,
B. Santucci, Bradford THIRD ROW: M. LaRoeco, YV. Berkman, K. Salvagione, W. Gel-
christ, R. Frost, N. Curtis, R. Longabardi.
Mr. Samuel Silverberg E,-. ,V
Advisor B .f
C. Belev, Vice-Presidentg G. Petrocea, Treasurerg
Mr. Samuel Silverberg, Advisorg Reichenbach,
Presidentg M. DeRose, Secretary.
The Seventh Grade Board is
charged with conducting all the
activities of its class. Because these
students are all newcomers to
Memorial, the Board serves an-
other important function. which
is to train these young people for
the greater responsibilities which
they will encounter as each year
progresses. It is a place where stu-
dents may work together to solve
class problems in order to reach a
solution most beneficial to all.
Miss Spano records a French
Chefs sample the wares
before the Seventh Grade
Seventh graders are intro-
duced to the fundamentals
Class of l965 suggests plans
for the Coming year.
Seventh graders pose with
assembled Yuletide gifts for
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Left to Right KFIRST ROWj R. Miller
Manager, J, Meyer, A. Markussen, B, Smith,
R. Shapiro, C. Hoenig, A. Marinucci, D
Wassmer, F. Muli, J. Grey, M. Milo, C. Hil-
ton, Egan Manager KSECOND ROWQ Mr
Sam Stempel coach, A. Zaino, E. Feurey, P
Wolynec, D. Krogstad, J. Okulski, E, Pater-
nostro, R. Sundstrom, P. Rothenbiller, G
Slater, C. Giannini, R. Abbate, M. Mitek. P
Nesteroke, Mr. Leon Cohen Coach.
Co-Captain Bud Hilton
shows how to crack the line The Gladiators take out the
for a TD. opposing line.
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The Gladiators broke even at 4-4 this season, after adding
several new teams to the schedule and thereby showing how
football has grown in only three years. Long, hard working days
of practice and coaching by Mr. Leon Cohen and Mr. Sam
Stempel, showed in perfection on the Held.
For his steady performances, sprinkled with sensational run-
ning and passing, Pete Wolynec was voted the Most Valuable
Player. Seniors Jack Grey and Bud Hilton were honored as the
Co-Captains by their teammates.
Our stalwarts seem ready for
anything., as they board the
bus taking them to the
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McGuire, M. Ruisi, K. Pieper, S. Metzger, F. Troccoli, M. Locascio CCoachj, S. Mischo, W. Fortunato, J KalbHe1sch
Caltagiano, W. Schroeder, F. Scholer, J. Olt SECOND W. Maupai.
Hopes for the future shone
brightly as the Junior Varsity
swept through a schedule of seven
games with an undefeated record.
To open the season, the Gladiators
trounced Carey, and tied South-
side and Calhoun. From then on,
it was one win after another, over
East Rockaway, Elmont, Valley
Stream North, and Herricks to
complete an outstanding season.
The boys were coached by Mr.
Junior Varsity Football
New Hyde Park . . . . . 26 Carey . . . .
New Hyde Park. . . . . 6 Southside . .
New Hyde Park . . . . . 20 Calhoun . . . . . .
New Hyde Park . . . . . 14 East Rockaway . . .
New Hyde Park . . . . . 8 Elmont ...... . . . . .
New Hyde Park . . . . . 6 Valley Stream North
New Hyde Park . . . . . 13 Herricks ...... . . . . .
New Hyde Park Central . . . B a I I
New Hyde Park Carey ...... .... , ,
New Hyde Park Levittown H This year the Junior Basketball team
New Hyde Park Lawrence ' evenly split a schedule of eighteen games,
New Hyde Park Southside O winning nine and losing nine. They were
New Hyde Park Sewhanaka the unofhcial champions of the Sewan-
New Hyde Park Elmont U . . haka district with a record of five and one.
New Hyde Park Floral Park The junior Varsity was led by high-
New Hyde Park Calhoun H scorer, Carlo Gianinni, and Richard John-
New Hyde Park Central ' ' I son who broke the school record for points
New Hyde Park Carey nbhhrr ".. s cored in a single game. The squad des-
New Hyde Park Levittown. ignated Carlo Cianmni and W'illiam
New Hyde Park Lawrence ' Fortunato Co-Captains. For his steady
New Hyde Park Southside , playing and accurate shooting, Bill Dinke-
New Hyde Park. H ' - ' ' Long Beach laker was noted the Most Valuable lblayer.
New Hyde Park Elmont Mr. Leon Cohen deftly coached his sec-
New Hyde Park tl.. H Floral Park ond Junior Varsity Basketball team.
New Hyde Park Calhoun ..
FRONT: P. Potenza, F. Mammano, T. Carlin, W. For- Cohen, L. Alexander, S. Ueland E. Paternastro, B. Dinke
tunato, R. Johnson, H. Lohan STANDING: Coach Leon lacker, E. Luthy, A. Kutchins, C. Giannini, R. Harris.
Central . . .
Elmont . . .
Calhoun . .
Central . , .
Elmont . . .
This season the Gladiator cagers crossed
the finish line with a blaze of upsets and
victories. After a slow beginning, in
which Memorial dropped five of their
first six games, they picked up momentum
and went on to victories over Lawrence
and Levittown. Southside and Central
edged the team in other close contests.
Led by Joel Rudell with a 13.2 point
average and Paul Rothenbiller with a 12.2
average, the team went on to a 9-9 rec-
Pete Wolynec and Bob Glickstein led
the team with their fast breaks and tight
defense which opened wide many a game.
Coach Ambrose Moran looks forward to
next season with MVP Joel Rudell and
Co-Captains Paul Rothenbiller and Pete
Wolynec returning to Memorial's court.
Most Valuable Player, Joel Rudell, gets
the tap in helping Memorial to victory
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FRONT: A. Medina, P. Wolynec, Mr. Ambrose Moran CCoachJ, J. i,
R. Glickstein, REAR: W. Pouelson, P. Rothenbiller, G. Meyers, J. Rudell, E.
Kelly, J. Olt.
Senior Bob Glickstein scores on
one of Memorial's fast breaks.
The soccer team, heading into their second year in the SSAL, compiled a 11-4
record. Losing only to powerful Wantagh and Carey, our Gladiator booters fin-
ished third in the league.
Even though the team suffered the loss of All-Scholastic Gerhard Glaser, it was
well compensated by the playing of Pete Hecker, Bob Glickstein, Bob Eckert and
goalie Mike Cunningham.
The New Hyde Park Booters racked up 76 points against the opposition's 27,
denoting Fine defensive play led by Mike Fine, Don Miller, and Mike Cunning-
ham. All-Scholastic Pete Hecker led the Gladiators in scoring with 24 points while
Bob Glickstein followed with 14. Bob Eckert and Chico Medina had 10 points
Graduation will mark the loss of Pete Hecker, Bob Eckert, Ed Kelly, Bob Glick-
stein, Pete Mackauf, Marty Goldstein and Rich Goodman from Coach Bill Peter's
left to right, FIRST ROW: S. Arrich, D. Miller, K. R. Goodman, D. Roden, R. O'Keefe, R. Krogstacl F
Leupp, E. Rockwood, M. Goldstein, A. Medina, R. Fein- Helgeson, Mr. W. Peters CCoachl THIRD ROW I Boxt
berg, G. Medina, R. Hecker, J. Helgeson, SECOND E. Kelly, R. Dennis, P. Hecker, M. Cunningham R
ROW: R. Mistretta, A. Guardia, P. Mackauf, M. Fine, Eckert, L. Schreiber.
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NHP 2 Elmont ........ . . 0
NHP 13 Valley Steam No. .. 2
NHP 10 Valley Steam No. .. 2
NHP 6 Valley Stream So. . . 2
NHP 6 Valley Stream So. .. 0
NHP 4 Lynbrook ....... . . 2
NHP 10 Lynbrook . . . . 2
NHP 2 Wantagh . . . . . 4
NHP O W antagh .... . . 3
NHP 6 Floral Park . . . . . O
Memorial's diamond Gladiators ex-
celled again by winding up a fabulous
season with a record of 18 wins and
only 4 losses.
This well-balanced, well-coached,
alert squad went all the way to the
SSAL playoff finals before narrowly
losing to Oceanside in the final game.
Behind the strong pitching of Frank
Bonelli, Bob Rankin, and George Mey-
ers,'the Gladiator sluggers ran ramp-
ant against the opposition.
The Bonelli brothers, Frank,
Ralph, and Tony, and Pete Wolynec
and Tony Sorrentino- were standouts
offensively and defensively.
The battery of Frank Bonelli and
Gary Heck were elected Most Valu-
able Player and Captain of the team
respectively. Ralph Bonelli was All-
Scholastic, while Gary Heck, Pete
Wolynec and Frank Bonelli received
Coach Dave Starr, who regretfully
leaves coaching this year for the press
of other administrative duties, calls
this the finest squad he ever coached.
The boys made this season a most
Pete 'W-olynec, sliding in, tallies another run for the Gladiators.
Left to Right KFIRST ROWj A. Bonelli, R. Bonelli, C. Giannini, R.
Niles, KSECOND ROWj G. Meyers, S. Caltigirone, R. Rankin, G.
Heck, R. Bonnelli, N. Ogden, CManagerl, H. Gassmann, P. Wolynec,
T. Sorrentino, R. Sundstrom, Mr. David Star CCoachl.
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NHP Carey ..... NHP Elmont .... 3
NHP Calhoun .. NHP Hempstead . 1
NHP Calhoun . . . NHP Hempstead . 3
NHP Long Beach . NHP South Side . 1
NHP Herricks . . . NHP South Side . 2
NHP Long Beach NHP East Meadow 9
NHP Freeport . . . NHP East Meadow 7
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NHP Hewlett . .. . 'NHP Oceanside . . 3
+SSAI play Off
Dick Koplin clears the bar for
Left to Right KFIRST ROWQ
Mr. Bill Peters CCoachl. R.
Dennis, R. 1V1u1i, NI. Fine. D.
Oehl, C. Hilton, E. Rockwood.
B. Haig, D. Boland. KSECOND
ROWj A. Edel, R. Koplin, XV.
Trutt. R. Glickstein. A. Subach.
J. Hooper. KTHIRD ROIVQ J.
Sheerin, C, Hoenig. A. Guaria.
A. Edel, R. O'Keefe. YV, Nata-
lie, D. Serwer. KFOURTH
ROWj J. Leahy, M. Milo. C.
Seawood. W. Brogan. K. Pieper.
Track and Field Scoreboard
Last year Memorialls trackmen entered
the tough Section 1 league in the SSAL.
They had a losing season, but still re-
tained the district championship by de-
feating Carey, Floral Park, and Elmont in
the district track meet.
Co-Captains Bud Hilton and Don Oehl
paced our team to league wins over Carey,
Elmont, Floral Park and Long Beach.
Coach Bill Peters rests this season's
hopes on seniors Ed Kelly, Dick Koplin.
Bob Glickstein and YN'es Trutt to pull our
team over the hurdles to another Fine year.
NHP 68 Carey ........ 36
NHP 30 Hempstead . 74-
NHP 18 Sewanaka .. 81
NHP 51 Calhoun . . . 53
NHP 362 Freeport . . . 72173
NHP 602 Floral Park 432
NHP 172 South Side . 862
NHP 632 Elmont .... -102
NHP 192 Hewlett .... 752
NHP 522 Long Beach 512
NHP 46 2 East Meadow 572
NHP 192 Oceanside .. 8-12
NHP 30 Holy Cross . 7-1-
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Amityville . . . . H
NHP ...... 5 Carey ....... . . 7
NHP ...... 2 Floral Park . . . . 4 F' 1 .-
NHP ...... 10 Baldwin ..... . . 1 ,QL
NHP ...... 10 Clarke ......... . . 1 1 2
NHP ...... 13 East Meadow ... .. 3
NHP ...... 7 Lynbrook ...... . . 0 ' 4 l
NHP ...... 7 Elmont ....... . l .tiff 'whfi
NHP ...... 11 Bethpage ....... . . 4 N lio.
NHP ...... 10 Walt Whitman . . . . . 9
NHP ...... 16 Half Hollow Hills . . . . . 6
NHP ...... 9 Carey ............ . . 12 it 'P
NHP ...... 8 Floral Park ..... .. 3 A
Bruce Roe checks Ed Comis-
key of Walt Whitman.
The Lacrosse team helped add lustre to Memorial's athletic
scene with a fine record in only their second year of varsity compe-
tition. Plunging into a stiff schedule, our Gladiators found them-
selves more than equal to this difficult task and compiled an ad-
mirable total of ten wins and four losses which placed them second
in the Metropolitan Area Novice League. Our Junior Varsity squad
was similarly successful through five contests with a perfect record.
Don McAllister was voted the Most Valuable Player, and Vic
Ivansheck and Tom Wilson were the Co-Captains. Coach Sam
Stempel provided the inspired leadership for this group.
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Left to right QFIRST ROWQ M.
Naso, Egan, D. Wassmer, T. Moran,
T. Wilson, H. Orr, P. Zipper, B. Roe,
D. McAllister, N. Baudo, B. Smith,
W. Hall, V. Ivansheck, A. Zerkin,
Mr. Sam Stempel Coach ISECOND
ROWQ T. Connelly, A. Medina, D.
Roden, J. Feurey, P. Greiner, D.
Schaub, F. Scholer, C. Balestrino, M.
Cunningham, W. Pouelson, R. Gian-
danna, J. Gray, D. Miller, E. Feurey.
KTHIRD ROWQ K. Berry, J. Kalb-
fleisch, K. Cavanagh, C. Christie, R.
Mayer, M. Mitek, P. Augello, J. Yan-
nucci, J. Pratt, W. Erb,3. Finnegan,
R. Tutschulte, F, Scholer, T. Dom-
ogala, L. Sasso, G. Reich, J. Legg, P.
Nesteroke, D. Krogstad, P. Balestrino.
On your mark, get set . . .
Left to Right KFIRST ROWj R.
Veit, T. Finkel, D. Rigney, T. Con-
nolly, T. Domogola, M. Henes,
New Hyde Park Memorial witnessed the arrival of a new Varsity
team on the sports scene. Entering their first year of varsity compe-
tition, the Cross Country team scored a victory over Carey and
Elmont while placing second in their other contests. Chuck
Hennings led the team in scoring while Don Oehl and Tom Con-
nolly kept close at his heels.
Coach Costigan led his team through a highly successful season.
Next year's hopes rest on Juniors Chuck Hennings and Tom Con-
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Boys' Leader Corps
Above average sports ability, a good scholastic
average and top-notch leadership apply to the
sportsmen of the Boys' Leader Corps. Organized
to assist the teachers in gym classes, the Leaders
provide an example for all boys.
These hard workers can be found directing at
athletic contests and selling tickets to Varsity
games. Under the direction of Mr. Dave Star, the
Left to Right KFIRST ROWQ B. Haig, G.
Meyers, H. Orr, Mr. Dave Star, Advisor, P.
Wolynec, R. Muli ISECOND ROWj R.
Abbate, T. Mulieri, -I. Egan, A. Markussen,
F. Muli, D. Wassmer, A. Medina KTHIRD
ROWQ R. Koplin, R. Niles, R. Glickstein,
A. Davis, W. Natalie, G. Reich KFOURTH
ROWj F. Hegelson, W. Pouelson, D. Boland,
D. Oehl, C. Giannini, K. Leupp, KFIFTH
ROWj D. Willsey, P. Rothenbiller, Rudell,
E. Kelly, M. Milo.
Varsity Club oiicers ponder a motion
from the floor.
club is run by President Spike Orr, Vice President
Pete Wolynec, and Secretary and Treasurer George
Mr. Star helps athletes plan the Field
House fund drive.
L. G. Dupre, of the Baltimore Colts,
speaks at the Spring Sports Award
Left to Right KFIRST ROWQ A. Medina,
B. Smith, D. Oehl, M. Milo, Mr, Dave Star
Advisor, C. Hilton, D. VVassmer, K. Leupp,
Leavy, KSECOND ROWj R, Muli, D. Bo-
land, H. Orr, A. lviarkussen, R. Macoy,
J. Egan, P. Mackauf, P. W'0lynec, R, Abbate,
R. Koplin, KTHIRD ROWQ C. Hoenig, R.
Niles, F. Muli, T. Syvertsen, W. Pouelson, R.
Dennis, A. Davis, C. Seawood, D. Willsey,
N. O den FOURTH ROWQ R. Glickstein
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M, Fine, R. Eckert, H. Gassmann, C. Gian-
nini, Hooper, C. Hennings KFIFTH ROWQ
W. Trutt, M. Cunningham, P. Rothenbiller,
G. Nieyers, Meyer, R. Sundstrom, P. Heeker,
E. Kelly. I V , ,
Varsity Club officers work hand in
Memorial's top-notch athletes compose the Var-
sity Club. Because the club only inducts the select
athletes of New Hyde Park, you can be sure the
Gladiators work and play hard.
The Varsity Club was formed to assist all
athletic teams and functions sponsored by the
Boys, Physical Education Department. Sporting
their white sweaters and blue jackets, the boys
delve into activities such as selling hot-dogs and
soda at home games and co-sponsoring the Var-
sity dinners for the teams. The club also sponsors
the Student-Faculty Game and Dance. This year
the officers were: President Bud Hilton, Vice
President Mike Milo, Treasurer Don Oehl and
Secretary Doug Wassmer, advised by Mr. Dave
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Mr. Millner gratefully accepts the United States
Wcck trophy from Mayor Messina as our proud
administrators beam approval.
The Romanettes pause after complet-
ing their routine.
Our Romanettes are considerably en-
livened by the antics of mascot Karen
Captain Carol Gardner gives up
coaxing the exhausted Romanettes to
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Cleft to rightl Jerri Forlenza, Joan Adelman, Carol Gard- Betty Ecklreiter, Margaret Viarengo, Carolyn Ziegler,
ner, Tina Genovese, Arlene Zoller, Jean Cancro, Arlene Nancy Kalb, Mary Merkert and Kathy Gross.
Jacobson, Linda Zdyrko, Roberta Dessner, Peggy Wallace,
Here they come! Here are the high stepping Romanettes,
all sixteen Senior girls sporting white uniforms and kicking
high as usual. The spectators applaud as the Romanettes
march onto the field for their half-time show.
Captain, Carol Gardner and Co-Captain, Jerry Forlenza
lead the group in their routines taught to them by Miss Gayle
Balsam, their advisor. Their long hours of practice certainly
paid off because they were the pride of all Mernorialites.
New Hyde Park Romanettes act as
honor guards in the United States
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oanne Kirk, Marie De Lorenzo, Marge Schmid, Katie Ewald,
Joanne Herbert KSTANDINGQ Gloria Battipede, Carol Freiden, Arlene Seltzer
, Dot Pagano,
caS-C-O- - as
R E, shouted the Varsity Cheer
leaders at all the Varsity Football and Bas
ketball games to boost school spirit rain or
shine and fight for "V-I-C-T-O-R-Y!"
These ten girls in the' l
The smilin' cheerleaders shout out
their favorite cheer, "We're From
The Varsity does a good job bo
ing spirit in thei '
r new uniforms.
1r co orful uniforms
livened the scene even when the score was
Vigorously led by Captain, Marge
Schmid, Co-Captain, Arlene Seltzer and
coached by their advisor Miss Sheila
Barad, the cheerleaders were a syrnbol of
the spirit of our school.
"We,ve got the pep!" is a line from a
cheer which describes the unior Varsity
Cheerleaders. Spectators at Junior Varsity
Football and Basketball games always
found the Cheerleaders shouting and
boosting the spirit of the teams by raising
cheers from the audience. Dressed in blue
skirts and vests and white blouses the Jun-
ior Varsity Cheerleaders also helped the
Varsity squad at more important Varsity
Captain, Eileen O
Carol Becker also led the girls at pep assem-
liveto and Co-Captain,
J.V. Cheerleaders get ready to wel-
come the visiting team.
The girls smile prettily for the
Left to right Ckneelingj Ginny Manganaro, Marie DeMartino, Carolyn Hartwell, Kay Peet,
Carol Trachtenberg Cstandingj Pat Van Cott, Alice Seymour, Eileen Ol'
iveto, Carol Watson,
Captain, Nancy Zith leads
warm-ups for the half-time
One of the more intricate
patterns in the Twirlers'
repertoire is displayed at a
A hush came over the crowd and all eyes fol-
lowed the sparkling batons of the New Hyde Park
Twirlers. Performing at half-time shows the girls
couldnit help performing well in their new white
satin uniforms trimmed with gold braid and
topped by plumed hats.
BOTTOM ROW, left to right - E
MCCrea, M. Hasenmeyer, C. Hern-
andez, Schnabel, L. Willis, G
Radimer, A. Frankowski, B, Isleman
J. Haig, 2nd ROW, left to right - S
Ably led by Drurn-Majorette, Nancy Zith and
Co-Captain Carol Leonard and instructed by Mrs.
Carolyn Tallow, the twirlers marched at Roosevelt
Field on Thanksgiving, during U.S. Week and
on Memorial Day.
Schillizzi, C. Schillizzi, S. Bosand, D.
DiGianno, B. Colagero, N. Zith, M.
Dmuchkowski, K. Miller, L. Chris-
ten, V. Kreyling, C. Leonard.
Drum Majorette, Nancy Zith lines up part of
her squad before a performance.
Twirlers strike a pretty pose before stepping
out on the Held.
Girls Leader Corps is one of the most active
service organizations in the school. Member-
ship is based on a series of tests. both written
and practical. Later an interview, before the ex-
ecutive committee and Miss Gioia, is granted
each applicant. The girls are elected on a pro-
bationary basis for six months and then another
election of the executive committee determines
the permanent membership.
Our Leaders take "time-outi' from
their more serious chores.
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This organization participates in the Roman
Forum and dispenses various types of refresh-
ments, during the year, to raise money. The
girls assist the teachers in gym classes and are
easily recognized in their crisp white uniforms.
Oflicers are: President Helen Langan, Vice
President Jean Cancro, Recording Secretary
Sandy Maher, Corresponding Secretary Bar-
bara Kasper and Treasurer Arlene Jacobson.
Left to Right QFIRST ROWj R. Dessner, B.
Reiss, A. Jacobson, H. Langan President, R.
Gioia Advisor, Cancro, S. Maher, B. Kas-
per KSECOND ROWQ B. Schoneboom, C.
Creta, M. Tureo, E, Wicks, C. Phelps. J. Pic-
carella, D. Pagano, K. Miller, E. Frank, P.
Abbato, D. Pies KTHIRD ROWQ R. Wes-
singer, J. Dahl, S. Chaos, B. Leonard, V.
Manganaro, K. Brennan. L. Atlas, E. Oliveto,
C. Herandez, M. Wallrapp. lvl. Friedman
KFOURTH ROWQ M. Schoneboom, Her-
bert, G. lxlerrcll, L. Zclyrko. C. Leonard, P.
Van Cott, K. Hahn. M. Lella, A. Bailey, R.
Leader Corps members show their
versatility by caring for equipment.
Class of '60 Leader Corps members
get together for a last pose.
Sandy Maher passes to Barbara
Kasper in gym class.
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The members of Junior Leader Corps are appointed on
the basis of an application scrutinized by the Physical Edu-
cation teachers. All the applicants must be either eighth or
ninth grade girls and must have or maintain a satisfactory
mark in each subject. The officers of the organization, which
is advised by Mrs. Limaxes, are President, Liz Ivansheck
Vice President, Paulette Casillo, Treasurer, Lorraine Dras-
ser, and Secretary, Sue Rovner.
FIRST ROW Cleft to rightl V. Caliveto, S. Fried
B. Giordano, B. Leonard. C. Leonard, Miss Ruder-
man, C. Christensen, L. Stumvull, B. Hochheiser, E
Ivansheck, SECOND ROW V. Milio, R. Grannim,
V. Luca, S. Mathews, Caltabiano, A. Taub, J
Heck, M. Hoffman, E. Finnegan, P. Stevenson, L.
Smock, M. Maxwell, B. Camilis, THIRD ROW A
Sparanese, N. Oosten, A. Smith, C. Schomburg. A
Cherney, P. Outlaw, P. VanCott, C. Rommer, P
BafTa, J. Scheed. C. Sasskind, S. Landau, M. Avilez
FOURTH ROW' M. Sanchez, R. Petrilla. P. Lance
G. Reison, C. Thieme, L. Zdyrko. J. Cancro, J
Renna, M. Malton, D. Bolt, J. Janosick, A. Ehrsen
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homerooms. The members of Cheerleaders, Romanettes, and
' gi . ', ' Twirlers. along with the participants in other athletic organi-
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. . This general organization. under the leadership of its Presi-
xg. gb ' dent, Carol Leonard and Vice President. Anita Subach, and
. 1 under the Guidance of its advisor. Niiss Ruderman. attem ts to
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left to right - ROPV I. C. Grau. A. Bailey, S. Rovner. E. Ivansheck
Advisor, Mrs. L. T. Limaxes, P. Casillo. L. Sass, R. Frank, B. Hoch-
heiser, M. Conde. ROW II. L. Fuelling. J. Leupp. G. Chalmers. C
Christ, M. Macdonald, P. Levine. M. Holm. E. Chao. M. Fransen
J. Carlsen, ROW III. D. Stillwell. L. Gilbert. L. Drasser. Heck. S.
Eklofif, S. Lando, K. Kleinman. P. Brown. B. Stmka. ROI1' IV. D
McAllister. NI. Eisenberg. P. Lance. C. Thieme. V. Odermzm. S. Hen-
nings, P. Belyea, P. Outlaw, P. Palch. P. McAndrews.
from left to right: KFIRST ROWQ M. Holland, E, Ivansheck, G. Chalmers, J. Heck, L.
Sehonewald, K. Gillooly, L. Owens, KSECOND ROWQ A. Bailey, L. Fuelly, K. Scully, P.
Brown, Miss J. Ruderman, J. Lukowski, J. Bouladier, J. Carlsen, B. Carlon, KTHIRD ROWQ
C. Meek, C. Hingular, C. Thieme, S. Hennings, E. McSorley, B. Martin, P. Belyea.
from left to right: KFIRST ROWj M. Holm, P. Wallrapp, L. Sass, P. Levine, G. Chalmers,
C. Susskind, S. Eckloff, A. Ehrsharn, E. Ivansheck, KSECOND ROWj B. Branstein, C.
Burne, J. Heck, L. Ross, C. George, M. Eisenberg, I. Mitura, D. Boldt, ITHIRD ROWQ
B. Leonard, K. Kleiman, C. Thieme, S. Hennings, V, Oderman, C. Capaccio, C. Curley,
J. White, M. Melton, P. Baffa.
from left to right: KFIRST ROWQ J. Carlsen, H. Rabinowitz. C. Phelps, L. Sass, S. Eckloff
KSECOND ROWQ A. Taub, M. Eisenberg, C. Meek, W. Baum, K. Kleinrnan, NI. Belyea
KTHIRD ROWJ A. Zoller, S. Maher, E. McSorley, C. Oderman, C. Hingular, S. Spachner
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FIRST ROW Cleft to rightl, M. Pesce, J. Dahl, C. Curley, J. White, E. Johnson, B
Kasper, M. Lella, D. Pies, P. Abbato, E. Oliveto, M. Melton, B. Capaccio. K. Wobbe
SECOND ROW, K. George. M. Conde, G. Brinclisi, B. Bronstein, J. Whipple, J. Frank
C. Melton, C. Bourne, M. Holm, J. Leupp, P. Levine, L. Smock, G, Chalmers, S. Eckloff,
E. Ivanshcek, H. Rabinowitz, L. Gilbert, F.. Finnegan, K. Scully, THIRD ROW, C
DeNicola, M. Reilly, E. Frank, I. Mitura, A. Ehrsam, L. Drasser, J. Heck, K. Kleinman
L. Ross, L. Sass, C. Susskind, M. Avilez, S. Lando, P. Baffa, D. Stillwell. P. Casillo, B
Gulch, Miss M. Povinelli Cadvisorj, FOURTH ROW, Miss R. Gioia fadvisorb, A. Taub
D. Boldt, G. Edwards, D. Lempicky, P. MacAndrews, V. Buonaiuto. P. Lance. F. Oster
C. Thieme, S. Hemmings V. Oderrnan, J. Kalbfleisch, D. Kusko, B. Leonard, C. Brunnel
M. Hoffman, J. Renna, Miss M. Povinelli.
From left to right: KFIRST ROWj B. Leonard, E. Frank, P. Abbato, M. Pesce, B. Kasper
KSECOND ROWQ J. Parisi, A. Taub, Miss J. Ruderman, J. Renna, D. Boldt, M. Hoffman
C. Phelps, C. Edwards.
from left to right: K. Kleinman, M. Melton, P. Dziomba, M. Pesce.
Refreshments are cordially served at the Leader Corps inductions.
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From left to right: R. Bomtz, D. S1-
mon, P. Wallrapp, A. Ehrsam, P. Bel-
Miss Fleming addresses girls from the
ference during Girls? Ylfeek.
entire district at a Leader Corps Con-
Mr. Randolph introduces the
Top Ten Girls at the Girls
The inductees of Girls
Leader Corps recite their
oath at the candlelight cere-
Miss Gioia's pleasant supervi-
sion makes it easier for Leader
One week each year is set aside to pay tribute to the
girls of our school. During the course of this week,
which this year was the week starting October 25, many
events took place.
The first day of the week is religious observance day,
the best way to commence any week. Monday, during
long homeroom, there was an Honor Girls Assembly at
which various individuals were introduced for having
performed special services. The Leader Corps District
Conference was held Tuesday evening, and Wednes-
day night was the time of the Father-Daughter Square
Dance. On Thursday evening the Candlelight Induc-
tion Ceremony of Girls Leader Corps was held. The
week was brought to a spectacular close on Friday eve-
ning when the LANCE - Chariot dance, Dateline Sa-
lem, also toasted the girls of Memorial.
Corps to prepare for Girls Joan Piccarella introduces the
Week' members of Honor Leader
Corps on Wednesday of Girls
. . , Adelman, B. Hilton,
Mr. A. Honig J A
, . gosta, D. Slater, P. Balestrino
SECOND ROW: C. Friedi '
n, H. Polishuk, Herbert,
ST ROW: D Wassmer
SEATED: fleft to rightj: Jeanette Agosta, fVice-Presidentj,
joan Adelman KSecretaryj, Debra Slater Second Vice Presi-
dentj, STANDING,' Bud Hilton fPre5identj, Mr. Arnold Honig
CAdvisorj, Doug Wassmer fG.O. Managed, Phil Balestrino
Doug Wassmer signs the First G
. O. Card.
C. Vivona, R Strassne
. r, E. Chao, E. Ivansheck,
THIRD ROW: M. Schmid, G. Merrell, E. McCrea, C.
Larsen, C. Gardner, J. Halpern.
Because our government derives its strength
from the desires of its citizens, it is of great
importance to acquaint young people with the
principles and responsibilities of a democracy.
The Student Council, acting under the General
Organization, provides a plan for a student
governing body. It functions as the uniting force
of student activities by providing funds for these
groups and by its sponsorship of '6Blue and
All council members
are elceted, so that one
may be sure that an enthusiastic student is work-
ing for our school
This year unde h
, r t e guidance of M
mg, Bud Hilton was '
president of Student
Council and Doug
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FIRST ROW: Left to right: C. Ziegler, Fass, E.
Weiss, D. Fiske, Mr. J. London, Mrs. R. Rosenberg, J.
Piccarella, M. Hilton, A. Dahl SECOND ROW: B.
Calogero, K. Tome, D. Pagano, S. Konowalow, C.
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ViVona, D. Serwer, D. Day, R. Strassner, B. Pfmz,
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Class politics, student achievements and
sports are only a part of the school news t at
fills the pages of this publication. A literary
su lement the Auriga, is added four times a
year which gives our newspaper the flavor of
. . . . d
professionalism it so rightfully eserves.
The highest honor a school newspaper may
receive, a Medalist rating, was bestowed upon
the Chariot by Columbia University. This,
added to its previous awards, is visual proof of
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the time and effort given by its sta
Dorothy Fiske was Editor-in-Chief under the
guidance of her advisors, Mrs. Ruth Rosen erg
and Mr. Jack London.
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Chao, M. Medina THIRD ROW: M. Milberg, K.
Feurey, M. Messana, P. Wallace, G. Merrell, E. Piccini,
S. Spachner, E. Bianco, J. Gilbert, B. Leonard
FOURTH ROW: M. Lederway, T. Gilbert, G. Goth, B.
Mayer, A. Lipkin, A. Wiener.
Admiring their new banner, a most welcome gift, are Mrs.
Rosenberg and editors.
'gAnd don't come back till they're all gon:-:!",
shouts Dave Serwer as he anticipates sales
Scholarship, character, leadership and personality are those traits required of
the members of our school's chapter of the National Honor Society.
Because membership is limited to the top Fifteen per cent of the Senior Class,
this group is comprised of students whose grades are above average and whose
personality and industry are of a high caliber.
To further our school academically, these students participate in a daily
tutoring service, offering aid in all courses of study.
The group was led by President Pete Mackauf, Vice-President Marcia Hil-
ton, Recording Secretary Arlene Seltzer, Corresponding Secretary Elizabeth
Weiss and Treasurer Richard Shapiro.
FIRST ROW: K. Gross N. Burkard E. Weiss A. Seltzer P
Mackauf, M. Hilton R. Shapiro, M. Zanetti, D. Fiske, B
Schoneboom SECOND ROW: M. Kogan, B. Martin, A. Dahl
C. Hingular, C. Gardner, T. Giannini F. Genovese, A. Ulrich C
Hebenstreit, J. Forlenza, R. Prommersberger, J. Gilbert THIRD
ROW: J. Adelman, L. Atlas, K. Quinlan, J. Cancro, R. Dessner
M. Schmid, A, Jacobsen, A. Bailey, D. Pearson, J. Halpern, C
Ziegler FOURTH ROW: C. ViVona, R. Monson, E. Kelly, J
Meyer, C. Hilton, A. Davis, D. Dickson, R. Byrne.
Tutoring techniques are sharpened
by enterprising Society members.
Arlene Seltzer, Richard Sha-
piro. Marcia Hilton, Peter
Mackauf, Elizabeth Weiss.
FIRST ROW: Cleft to rightj
B. Viarengo, R. Krogstad, E.
Ivansheck, Mrs. L. Oberstein,
J. Spirio, S. Hennings. Heck
SECOND ROW: K. Scher, I.
Mitura, A. Kuchins, V. Oder-
man, W. Altevogt, H. Gro-
theer, A. Lipshetzg M. Holm.
SITTING. E. Ivanschek, S. Hennings
STANDING: R. Krogstad, J. Heck, J.
Nlernbeis tiy to solve a very perplex-
Junior Honor Society
A newly created organization at Memorial, growing out of
the increasing importance of high academic standards, is the
Junior High Honor Society. just as in its Senior High coun-
terpart, high standards in academic achievement are re-
quired along with outstanding ratings in leadership and co-
X Donald Dickson Marilyn O'Meara
X Managing Editor Business
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Every yearbo 4,9 rives resent graphically a compilation
of scho args aci 'ties. Toward this end we hope we
hay achie e our g?gi fh the presentation of the 1960
year. " s trust e years ahead hold not only the promise of
Editor-imchief lzfn e. ar in is o traye the highlights of Memorial's fourth
col - 4 a l ers, but al the challenge of the "Soaring,
i ating, and we hop , g'Scintillating, Sixties." We an-
' i at ' great eal r ss, being an integral part of this
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Harriett Polishuk as
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Sharon Konlwalow Rosalie Strassner
Art Sales and Distribution
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Joan Gilbert A iiti
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Sports Girls' Sports
Junior Assistants: Don Krogstad, Janice Linek, Margie
Werden, and Ronda Maxon.
Mr. Arthur lgel
Photography A '
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Maria Lella and Sharon
Konwalow discuss a pro-
posed showcase display.
FIRST ROW: HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES: E. Wicks, C. Trachtenberg,
V. Colavito. K. Demetriades, E. Zupka, Silverberg, C. Roberts, L. Schonewald, L
Rcss. B. Straka, SECOND ROW: S. Chao, C. Brogan, K, Miller, P. Lance, J
Arkwright, G. Reisen, G. Slater. D. Pollack, P. Abbato, R. Maxon, Ginzburg
THIRD ROW: C. Grant, B. Chludzincki, J. Kalbfieisch, R. Mchaffie, L. Hausch
A. Gilberti, C. Hernandez, L, Svec, C. Smith FOURTH ROW.' E. Fitzpatrick, T
Paradise, Fried, R. Winston, B. Housman, G. Shaub, M. Riola, R. Ginzburg, L
Schroeder, R. Worth.
BUSINESS STAFF: Alice
Ulrich, Don Krogstad, Mari-
lyn O'Meara, Ronda Maxon.
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FIRST ROW: PICTORIAL ASSISTANTS: A.
Seltzer, T. Genovese, M. Eipper, N. Kalb. H.
Polishuk, M. Zanetti, M. Lella, C. Gardner. L.
Lutkenhaus SECOND ROW: Forlenza, D.
Oehl, Fass, H. Orr, A. Bailey, R. Munson,
V. Matheis, R. Lehman, Adelman, T. Gilbert,
Another picture, another page!
"Anne and Peter" discuss the
many complexities of life.
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"The Show Must Gpf0n!" and it does, with
all the glitter and skill of the theater. It takes
boundless energy to produce their annual play
but the fruits of these students' labors are enthusi-
astically received and appreciated by their audi-
ence, This year's performance of "The Diary .of
Anne Frank," was done with the utmost sensitivity
and will be proudly remembered as an outstand-
This year's officers were President Frances
Glass, Vice-President Rosalie Strassner, Record-
ing Secretary Jeanette Agosta, Corresponding
Secretary Joan Adelman and Treasurer Kay
"Anne' again is the innocent victim
of one of the many arguments
in the apartment.
K. Peet THIRD ROW: E
Kohn, S. Olsen, B. Carlsen
FIRST ROW: W. Delaney, B.
Chludzinski, Jardinier, W. Cum-
mings, J. White, R. Behrens, P.
Teitzman SECOND ROW: K.
White, C. Gerber, R. Frost, E. Mc-
Sorley, N. Hunt-Jones, D. Gohring,
S. Olsen, C. Evans, A. Galante.
Mrs. Van Daan fRosalie Strassnerj
checks to see how her son Peter's
homework is coming.
Konowalow, R. Rubinstein,
FIRST ROW Cleft to rightj: C. Gardner, M. Friedman, J. Adelman, K. Feurey, Miss M
Boyd, F. Glass, Agosta, R. Strassner, J. Iltis SECOND ROW: M. Cogan, LI. VVerden, S
B. Neuschulz, A. Ulrich, R. Genovese, H. Nlueller, C. Sciuto
Mazorkiewicz. D. Steinmetz, A. Kemp, M. Thomson. J. Berman
J. Kiefer, D. Spahr, Halpern, D. Gohring FOURTH ROW: F
J. Seymour. N. Hunt-Jones,
, B. Cummings, P. Balestrino, P. Teitzman, Giordano. B. Xlayer
Flutes: M. Thomson, M. Melton, K. Kressel Clarinets:
R. Mayer, B. Young, M. Olsen, I. Silverman, K. Schaeffer,
N. Hunt-Jones, V. Manganaro, D. Boldt, M. Tureo, B
Schaul, E. Morris, R. Mistretta, K. Wobbe, R. DiPavla, D
Pedersen, P. Rankin, D. Day, A, Taub Comets: R. Eckert
A. Hesensohn, C. Rovner, R. Niles, J. Dahl, P. Mackauf, R
Thoden, D. Clair Percussion: K. Hahn, M. Quinlan, R
Byrne, R. Cancro, F. Muli Saxophones: A. Horn, J. Gerth,
Junior High Band
The main objective of the Junior High Band is to furnish the
younger musicians of Memorial with a strong foundation for the
continuation of their musical education.
It is of great importance to interest students in music at an early
age so that their talents may be successfully developed thoughout
high school. This seems to have worked very well, as can be seen by
the number of students who continue their instruction in Senior
High School and after graduation.
Even though many of these students have only been playing for
a few years, their performances at assemblies and the Christmas
and Spring concerts were skillfully played and very enjoyable.
F. Scholer, E.. Feeley, P. Hecker, A. Dahl, Elaine Piccinni,
E. Rockwood, F. Scholer Horns: T. Smith, A. Ulrich
Trombones: J. Staab, K. Pieper, D. Reiner, C. Hennings,
D. Miller, R. Tutschulte, Tympani: W. Alexander, A.
Kemp Sousaphone: K. Bermingham, R. Harris Bats: R.
Zysk Baritones: J. Kalbfleisch, R. Manners, T. Syvertsen
Conductor: Mr. William Millner.
tastes of all.
Karch, J. Leupp, T.
M. Mac Donald, D.
Neih, J. Reichenbach,
J. Heck, S. Hennings, T.
Zeisler, N. Berger, J.
Clarinetx: K. Scully, F. Oster, K.
Trapani, N. Goetz, D. Mistretta,
Jacobs, D. George, R. Schaefer, P.
E. Bracy, S. Lando, C. Thieme,
Finkel, L. Drasser, B. Phoel, D.
Spangher, R. Goldstein, B. Gulch Saxophones: K. Muller,
N. Kirsch, L. Hausch, A. Williams, A. Weisel, W. Webster,
R. Shaffer, S. Hale, E. Leavy French Horns: D. Johnson,
H. Arrich, B. Hillmer, J. Vantine, C. Roberts, C. Cancro
Senior Hi h Band
This year, as in the past, performances by the Senior High Band
have been in great demand. Playing at all Senior High assemblies,
football games, concerts, and parades, the Senior High Band has
presented a great variety of classical and modern music. Their
splendid performance at the Christmas Concert, with a clever ren-
dition of "A Christmas Storyf, was enthusiastically received.
The efforts of these students are always greatly appreciated for
elevating the musical program of our school, while satisfying the
It is gratifying to see the interests of these students expanding to
many other areas of music such as to other instruments and to music
appreciation and theory.
bones: R. Hunn, L. Dahl, M. Maxwell, Helgeson, D
Wood, G. Wright Tympani: C. Wessinger Basses: K
Birmingham, R. Price, M. Fransen Trumpets: S. Head,
F. Ianni, L. Alexander, R. Meier, D. Day, K. Scher, W
Mazzara, R. Petillo, P. Puleio, R. Stegemann, S. Chmielew-
ski, D. Pettit Percussion: S. Rothenberg, G. Chalmers, G
Wallrapp, F. Freketic Flutes: L. Dimore, K. Julis, J
Newark, Silverman, Hauser, YN. Lawrence Conductor.
Shirley M. Homan.
Baritonex: W. Hybbeneth, R. Young, W. Webster Trom-
Senior High Chorus
Peals of the Hallelujah Chorus ring through the schoolls auditorium
as excerpts from Handells "Messiah' are skillfully performed by the
Senior High Chorus during the annual Christmas concert.
Many hours a year are spent by these hard working students in prepa-
ration for holiday concerts, the annual school musical which was
"Oklahoma" this year, and their performance at Commencement.
Through this medium the student body is acquainted with the cream of
both contemporary and classical music.
SENIOR HIGH CHORUS - FRONT
ROW, left to right: A. Smith, E. Fleming,
P. Calquhoun, C. Hingular, R. Genovese
B. Young, E. Mazurkiewies, M. Miller,
R. Choinski, SECOND ROW: C. Roehrig
D. Nicholas, K. Baum, N. Sarli, I. Latal-
ladi,sC. Phelps, Miss Donnely Cadvisorb,
M. Tomaszewski, J. Riccon, K. Gross, K.
Sakal, G. Oflner, K. Brennan, E. Skelton.
THIRD ROW: A. Taub, D. Lempicky
R. Gioia, L. Dcmeo, A. Behrens, D. Spahr,
C. Brasholz, A. Seymour, D. Zdziebrowski
J. Roe, A. Bailey, M. Schmid, J. Halpern,
V. Jacob, L. ,Atlas, I Neuschulz.
FOURTH ROW: C. Reitz, J. Wonder-
gem, M. Kaufhold, I. Cleary, D. Hill, N.
Hunt-Jones, E. McCrea, A. Southern, L.
Zdyrko, J. Seymour, L. Beckett, J. Mc
Laughlin, K. Hahn, C. Becker, K. Hudak
A. Ulrich, FIFTH ROW: W. Delaney?
W. Altevogt, K. Greta, R. Lawrence, B
Cummings, G. Krant, A. Potkin, Stabb
B. Zyzk, M. Wilson, J. Giese, B. Hoffman
D. Dickson, SIXTH ROW: H. Gluck-
man, S. Metzger, F. Kohn, P. Balestrino
T. Syuertsen, Jardinier, R. Behrens, P
Teitzman, H. Pinkham, C. Gerbr, B
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J.H. CHORUS f FRONT ROW, left to right: R. Alpin,
G. HauHer, R, Schneidewind, R. Sewell, WV. McElroy, L.
Nicholas, E. Berk, L. Ross Ktreasurerj, K. McAndrews
Kseaj, G. Messina, M. A. Fiorentinog SECOND ROW:
B. Dorf, Nocito. VV. Adelman, Phoel, Kozyrski, C.
Belev, l'vI. Smith, B, Bronstein, M. Pankow, D. Prucha, E.
Berg, J. YN'hipple, C. Belotte, C. Kaider, THIRD ROW:
V. Mallol, R. Des Roches, C. Johnson, R. Dubin, D.
Birnbaum, RI. Neilson, E. Schwartz, Brown, W. Gregorio,
r ii.l'Ul1i0I' High
This year, Junior High Chorus
members performed as an integrated
group, instead of as two separate
units. Working on three and four part
harmony and more difficult pieces,
the chorus made their older classmates
sit up and take notice. Their perform-
ances at the annual Christmas and
Spring concerts were especially lauda-
ble, giving them standards which they
will have to work hard to maintain.
but certainly ones which will give
them the incentive to further their
D. Pollack, L. Smock, BI. Kadlic. C. George, S. Riatthewsi
FOURTH ROW: R. NVells. Blair, G. Sotirhos, C. Lez-
nevish, F. Hahn, D. Austin. V. YVeck, P. Christian, Blil-
ler, A. Glaser, C. Hauptmann. A. Raizman, C. Romrg
FIFTH ROW: lNIacDougall, H. Alenik, Latten, S.
Uelnnd Kpresj, A. Kuchins Krice-pretj, L. Carlson, LI.
Breit, H. Grotheer, V. Scully, A. ONysko, A. Yanderhoff,
L. Blau, E. Eberle.
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PIANO CLUB - FRONT ROW, left to right: M. Conde, P. Brown, C.
Sciuto, K. Baum, R. Goldstein, J. Johnson, G. Steinhauser, B. Viarengo,
H. Arrich, D. Austin, Mr. B, Konowitz fadvisorj. SECOND ROW: K.
Julis, V. Odemian, S. Spachner, L. Sass, W. Altevogt. THIRD ROW: L.
Krabel, J. DiClement, L. Glass, R. Rubenstein, P. Lance, G. Smith.
The newly organized String Ensemble, with its purpose of build-
ing an orchestra for the school, is indeed a worthy addition to the
Music Department. Under the leadership of Mrs. Jackson, on De-
cember 22, they first appeared singing carols under the school
Christmas tree. They hope to make other public performances in
DANCE BAND - FRONT ROW, left to right: R. Mayer, B. J. Young,
A. Dahl, F. Scholer, E. Rockwood, A. Horn, R. Braunstein fPianoJ. SEC-
OND ROW: D, Niles, Dahl. P. MacKauf, R. Tutschulte, D. Miller,
Stabb, E. Zimmerman. THIRD ROW: M. Quinlan, R. Byrne, K. Birrn-
ingham, R. Zyzk, Mr. W. Millner Cadvisorj.
The purpose of
is to provide the
students to play
this requires much
and it is not often
find several piano
the Piano Club
time and effort,
the students can
s in one place,
this club is especially useful in pro-
viding both the instruments and
the instruction with which aspiring
students may better themselves.
Members also participate in the
annual Christmas and Spring con-
Expanding the musical offerings
of Memorial's Music Department,
the Dance Band offers that which
goes beyond the traditional reper-
toire. From rock and roll to more
subdued forms, the Dance Band is
on hand at several school dances
each year and is heard at the
school,s variety shows and concerts.
F. H. A.
The responsibility of providing
homemaking experience partially
rests with F.H.A. Naturally those
tasks the members perform in their
own homes are invaluable, but
other aspects are shown to girls
through F.H.A. Instilling leader-
ship, teaching cooperation and ac-
quainting members with techniques
of good organization are a few of
the goals achieved. And it is these
characteristics which have great
bearing on future successful home-
FIRST ROW fleft to rightl: C. Larsen, G. Hudack, Miss L. Moseley, E
Dietzel, M. Werden. SECOND ROW: C. Gentile, A. Biegner, A. Fiechter
S. Martins, S. Smith, T. M. Giannini. THIRD ROW: M. Messana, M
Jaeger, Gioia, B. Rippon.
STRINGS - Violin: M. Olt, M. Kalish, Fricker, I. Sundheimer, N
Grube, W. Gallimore, R. Chernow, B. Santucci. F. Helgesen, A. Williams
garter, F. Lipkin, Bass Violin: R. Finnegan, M. Frangen, Bodamo. Cello
C. Fitzgerald, C. Magnatta, S, Forrer, Mrs. J. Jackson CDirectorJ.
FIRST ROW fleft to rightj: E. Wicks, C. Brasholz, C. Hingular. Miss S
Scott, M. Zanetti. Halpern, A. Bailey. SECOND ROW: M. Aceto, J
Linek, A. Taub, N. Sarli, M. Pantin, M. Wallrapp, D. Adorno, NI. Has-
kins. THIRD ROW: C. Schrader, M. Milberg. Adelman. K. Quinlan
A. Ulrich, B. Neuschulz, V. Matheis. FOURTH ROW: S. Maher, T. C
Giannini, L. Lutkenhaus, M. Miller, A. Southern, A. Subach, K. Hahn, J
B. Hahn, G. Gabriel, E. Pollack, Viola: G. Gerth, R. Messina, N. Baum-
F. T. A.
F.T.A. functions as a vocational service to the
students of Memorial in that it provides informa-
tion to its members concerning educational require-
ments along with acquainting them with the many
different areas of the teaching profession.
To supplement individual research, F.T.A. also
works with the Guidance Office and various fac-
ulty members in order to learn, first hand, about the
responsibilities and duties of the teacher.
Members also enjoyed a visit to a state teachers
college, which gave them a view of the educational
facilities open to future teachers in our state.
boys, the Key Club
ets and ushers
events, and is now the
making a school calendar.
Their advisor is Mr. L. Chaitof.
The officers are Don Dickson, Joe
Rudell, Dave Day, Don Krogstad
and Ed Kelly. ,A 1
Members of the FNA are the stu-
dents interested in entering the
nursing profession. Participation in
the club is a great factor contribu-
ting to the course of study and the
area of nursing they might wish to
follow. First-hand instruction is
offered by the school nurse and
members work in the Health Office
with both clerical and nursing
X FIRST ROW Cleft to rightl: C. Hasselback, F. Muli, D. Day, G. Goth, J.
X Rudell, Mr. L. Chaitoff, D. Dickson, E. Kelly, D. Krogstad, H. Kahl
COND ROW: M. Olsen, P. MacKauf, W. Trutt, B. Veit,-M. Milo,
X . Bee , W, Kwiatkoski, C. ViVona, R. Charney, D. Miller, M. Leder-
way, . Price THIRD ROW: R. Glickstein, D. Shapiro, M Fine, P.
Wolynec, R. Koplin, A. Markussen, P. Balestrino, R. Lawrence, B. Carlsen
E. Morris, B. Mayer, K. Schaffer FOURTH ROW: S. Olsen, A. Subach
J. Zima, H. Gassmann, T. Syvertsen, C. Gerber, J. Meyer, G. Meyers, iF. A
Scholer, T. Temple. D. McNeil, A. Davis, R. Monson. ,fikjwj 4
FIRST ROW fleft to rightjr A. Seibert, M. Tornaszewski, Mrs. A. V en- Z! ,V
tine, A. Nichols, R. Kahn SECOND ROW: M. Pies, P. Osczapins !VW
M. Gill, L. Andreassen, V. Schlott, A. Taub, N. Puchalski. f ff
mersberger A Zoller Mrs E Teecl E Oliveto A Eide L Schust
Easily recognizable is the Girls
Service League when members
wear their red and white uniforms.
Because members are chosen by
certain standards, the club is com-
prised of those girls who sincerely
wish to aid their school. They ac-
complish this by ushering at all
school functions and acting as
guides to visitors.
This year the club was under the
guidance of President Angela Zol-
ler and their advisor Mrs. E. Tede.
VVeight-lifting is more than the
glamorous activity it is pictured to
be. It helps its participants gain
the strength needed for endurance.
Physical fitness, along with daily
dietary needs is stressed. These
combine to make weight-lifting
more of a science than a sport.
Their advisor is Nfr. John
FIRST ROW: fLeft to rightl D. Miele, E. Wicks, R. Kahn, M.
Werden, lvl. Cogan, E. Piccini, M. Messana, K. Miller SECOND
ROW: B. Isleman, M. Pesce, E. Pinzl, Lukowski, S. Chao, E.
Wolz, P. Abbato, M. Friedman, D. Pies THIRD ROW: E. Zimmer-
man, M. Milberg, E. Bianco, E. Fisher, S. Maher, L. Krabel, C.
Smith, B. Kasper.
Members of the Samarateens get together
for an informal chat.
One of the goals of secondary education is to help each indi-
vidual to become a useful citizen. Samarateens helps the girls of
our school to achieve this end by assisting in community service
projects. This year, members participated in making puppets for
under-privileged children and have future projects, of a similar
nature, in mind. The work these girls do at present is not only
beneficial to others, but is of great value to themselves.
This year, President Marguerite Cogan was assisted by her
officers Margie Werden, Roberta Kahn, Elaine Piccini, Alice
Nichols, and Marianne Messana.
Quill and Scroll
Because this organization is part of a national so-
ciety, its aims are based on those for which the society
was founded. These were to achieve the highest lit-
erary standards possible in school publications. Indi-
vidual school projects are also part of this club's ac-
tivities. This year Quill and Scroll is putting together
the school's first handbook, to be distributed next
To be eligible for Quill and Scroll, members must
meet certain academic and personality standards. Each
member must also be an active participant of either the
Lance, Chariot or creative writing class.
Under the guidance of their advisors, Mrs. Ruth
Rosenberg and Mr. Jack London, the club was led by
Joan Gilbert, Dorothy Fiske, Dave Day and Don
Quill and Scroll Senior Advisory Board share a mo-
ment with advisors, Mr. Jack Landon and Mrs. Ruth
Ofhcers, Roberta Kahn, Margie
Werden, Elaine Piccini, Marquerite
Cogan, Marianne Messana and
Alice Nichols, pose for the camera.
Members discuss the format of
their proposed school handbook
FIRST ROW Cleft to rightj: D. Krogstad, P. Paetow,
J. Gilbert, hlrs. R. Rosenberg, lvlr. London, D. Fiske,
M. Hilton SECOND ROW: E. Weiss, C. ViVona, C.
Ziegler, D. Day, D. Pearson, D. Dixon, Piccarella.
Senior Hi h
Already avid readers, members
of the Senior High Library Club
also turn their attention to the
mechanical workings of our library,
not only with the intention of
making service more efficient but
also trying to promote higher
standards of reading among our
students. Partly by impressive dis-
play cases and partly by discussing
books, individually, with fellow
classmates, club members have
contributed to our library by giv-
ing of themselves.
Junior Hi h
Books are the keys to the knowl-
edge of our rapidly shrinking
world, and perhaps of greater im-
portance to self-understanding. It
is the aim of the club to instill
within its members a thirst for
knowledge and an addiction to
The earlier this good habit is
formed the more permanent its
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FIRST ROW Cleft to rightj: M. Dyer, B. Timmerman, C. Reitz, Miss
L. Gould, M. Manafaro, M. Christon, G. Vento, D. Dobrovolsky SECOND
ROW: V. Doerrer, C. Bianco, P. McKenna, J. Meek, J. Kiefer, R. Mchaiiie,
FIRST ROW CLeft to rightj, T. Fischer, E. Bebko, M. Schuerger, Mrs.
D. Tootle, E. Berk, J. Marangello, L. Christensen SECOND ROW: M.
Baumann, Y. Sundheimer, C. Yeongstrom, M. Fischer, D. Garnar, L.
Clard, N. O'Steen, M. Genovese.
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FIRST ROW: CLeft to rightl Cordani, Mr. A. Delaney, Mr. A. Koehler
' r rx
C. Obremski SECOND ROW: A. Takemoto, B. Havron, Congable. i
R. Havron, Cordani, Mr. A. Delaney, R. Monson, A. Takemoto.
Learning through the process of
visual aids has been found to be a
most effective tool in teaching.
To serve the needs of our school,
the Audio-Visual Squad super-
vises and operates all projection
equipment and thus provides for
the entertainment and education
of the student body, throughout
the school year.
Memorialls Photography Club,
under the supervision of Mr.
Arthur Delaney, performs an in-
valuable service to the school by
providing the equipment and the
members: abilities in the processing
and developing of photographs for
organizations and school publica-
tions. It is most useful to the news-
paper and yearbook, to which
photographs of school events are
of the utxnost importance. Niem-
bers also find time to learn new
techniques of taking and develop-
ing pictures which all add to the
professional appearance of their
Le Ce rcle at
The purpose of Le Cferclei
Francais, is two fold. Theljlirst
is to improve the linguistic
abilities of each member. The
second is to broaden the cul-
tural background of its mem-
bers by showing movies and
slides concerning France and
by playing French music.
The combination of these
two objectives, provides an
easier and more enjoyable
study of French for the stu-
dents and for their advisor,
After topics are assigned,
sides taken and research done,
members meet and debate the
question at hand, under the
leadership of Mrs. Muller. It
may be one of current interest
or something dealing with
other phases of our culture,
but members learn debating
technique and have a good op-
portunity to strengthen their
powers of reasoning and
grasping of both sides of an
Right to Leftg FIRST ROW: M. Fine, B. Leonard, B. Schaul, Mrs. D. Flannery,
G. Yaghmourian, S. Zuckman, Iltis SECOND ROW.' Fass, M. Aceto, G
Hingular, Keifer, Berman, D. Spahr, C. Brasholz, R. Braunstein, D. Steimetz, M
Kutina THIRD ROW: J. Hoenig, C. Rovner, P. Balestrino, G. Belev, T. Temple, M
Left to right KFIRST ROWQ Weisberg, F. Glass, K. Brennan, G. Goth, Mrs.
Rowena Muller. Adviser, R. Lawrence. D. Serwer, K. Peet KSECOND ROWQ
M. Thomson, J. Rickmeyer, N. Hunt-Jones, L. Zdyrko, M. Jaeger, C. Greta, C.
Sciuto KTHIRD ROWj J, Gillman, R. Miller, G. Yaghmourian, T. Gilbert.
With the emergence of indus-
trialism, great stress is now being
placed on the well trained em-
ployee, for there is so much to
learn in this field that it has
become necessary to train indi-
viduals for a specific area. The
Retailing Club has been formed
to help fulfill this need. Through
various activities and field trips,
members become acquainted with
the daily functions and problems
facing those in this branch of the
business world. Another great
asset to the club is the school
store, where members take charge
of the sales of a great variety of
school supplies, and in this way
gain experience in selling.
Silence and strong powers of
concentration are fundamental
requirements of chess enthusiasts.
Ingenuity and skill are taught by
informal matches and organized
tournaments. It is through this
club, that members may find en-
joyment, relaxation, and a way
to strengthen a wide variety of
admirable characteristics needed
for intelligent thinking.
FIRST ROW: M. Smith, E. Tuttle, F. Salemi, Boado, S. Galderisi, S. Litwin.
J. Piorkowski, H. Polishuk, SECOND ROPV: E. Scaglione. T. lNIanganaro, P.
johnson. M. Carolan, lvl. Jaeger, Ziegler. L. Bridges, B. YVilliz1msen. P. Eger.
T. DeLeo THIRD ROW: Gilliam, R. Frost, B. Kelly, Boyle, B. Sheridan.
FIRST ROW: P. Serahnn, R. Rudell, Mr. D. Gould, A. Lavenziano. R. Gold-
stein, SECOND ROW: D. Kaplan, G. Schaub, Hahn, S. Hall. B. Sondheimer
Perhaps the most sought after students in th
school belong to the Artisans. They may be
as ed to furnish posters for another student ac-
tivity, to make scenery for a school production
or t h l
Of equal importance are their individual
projects on which the members are able to work
wit the guidance and advice of Mrs. Gref-
FIRST ROW Cleft to rightj: B Mordecai E. B
. , racy,
K. Tome, K. Atkinson, Mrs. J. Greffrath, I. Latal-
ladi, R. Maxon, M. Hilton SECOND ROW: M.
Falk, P. Baffa, L. Svec, Roe, M. Kaufhold, B.
Rippon, M. Lella, B. Michal, N. Ellis, M. Kriofsky,
J. Stewart, S. Konowalow.
The provision of food and
clothing for the needy and under-
privileged is the main objective of
the junior Red Cross, along with
the annual fund raising drive for
its parent, the American Red
Cross. Members work zealously
to make each drive a success and
to further the ideals on which the
club was organized.
FIRST ROW: fleft to rightl M
Melton, C. Hernandez, Mrs. F
Golding CAdvisorj, R. White, J
Renna, SECOND ROW.' E. San
tucci, M. Co , .
Walrapp THIRD ROW: M
Walters, K. De Bari, R. Choinskil
gan, G. Vento P
FIRST ROW Cleft to rightj C.
Souther, L. Dimore, Mrs. F.
Golding, D. Wassermann, T.
Fischer SECOND ROW: N.
O,Steen, C. Alston, P. Casillo, M.
Genovese, M. Falk THIRD
ROW: C. Landau, M. Garfin-
kel, P. Igoe, C. Becker, L. Clark,
Students visibly enjoy
themselves at "Dateline
Memorial's Band and
Twirlers proudly parade
down Jericho Turnpike in
celebration of U.S. Week.
U 'S XI D'EI'e2.S
Local dignitaries parade
down New Hyde Park
Twirlers capably display
their talents during Parade.
streets carrying U.S. Week
Younger set celebrates U.S. f R
Week with their own pa-
As spectators watch,
Romanettes lead Parade,
proudly carrying flags.
Carol Ginzburg and Lance
staff enjoy refreshments
while reminiscing about
their year's experiences on
At the Lance tea our fac-
ulty relaxed and conversed,
while being served by Susan
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Mr. London and Mr. Costi-
gan were kept busy as stu-
dents swarmed to buy their
tickets to the bazaar.
Messages were telegrammed
throughout the bazaar by
our lively Ninth Grade
A Gladiator scores a victory
f 7 .
g and wins a Lance sundite,
Eager and anxious onlook-
ers await the fate of a hope-
ful winner as he tries his
Spectators watch in awe as John
Zima demonstrates his tesla coil.
Chriss Cancro makes .last minute
check before start of Science Fair.
Bruce Roe displays his Wilson
cloud chamber to onlookers at
Chorus entertains audience
at Christmas Concert.
Under direction of Mr, Mill-
ner, the band entertains at
annual Christmas Concert.
Marty Petrella wards off bull
at Pan American Fiesta as
Paul Greiner referees.
Mr, Randolph congratulates
boys after winning award in
the Science Fair.
David Kaplan explains the
circulatory system to inter
Girls display their costumes at the
Pan American Fiesta.
The Brass Ensemble helped
make the Christmas Concert even 'Q
more enjoyable. X
Miss Spano greets Judges at Pan
Qver the Rainbow
Seniors sup, juniors serve,
A prelude to an evening of gaiety and verve.
Happy faces one and all,
A glittering and successful Senior Ball.
ti ,rl fl! I
Festive clothing, dancing feet,
No Senior Ball was more replete. ,
Another King, another Queen,
Jim and Rziyna reigned supreme
Collete, Rayna, Carol and Barbaras two
Pause briefly 'ere bidding the Ball sad adieu.
Thanks to the faculty who were on hand,
As chaperons, they surely were grand.
Stephanie Widmer beams as
the coveted diploma is finally
bequeathed by Mr. Carell
and Mrs. Southern.
Paul Greiner, valedietorian,
welcomes parents and friends
Modestly, Martin Petrella
and Paul Greiner accept the
N coveted service and scholar-
Miss Donnelly leads the
Choir in a parting salute to
the Class of 1959.
Hilclegarde Rierner, class
salutatorian leads the reces-
Graduates turn in their caps
and gowns, some a bit sor-
Artiators ,........ .
Audio-Visual Aids . ..
Board of Education
Boys Leader Corps .....
Boys Physical Education
Cafeteria Staff ..,.......
Central District Staff ..
Chess and Checkers ....
Citizenship Education ..
Citizenship Education and
Christmas Concert . . .
Cross Country ....
Dance Band .....
Debating Club ....
Eighth Grade Board . ..
Eighth Grade Hi-Lites .
Ex Libris ... ..
Freshman Board . ..
Freshman Hi-Lites ..
Girls Leader Corps .....
Girls Physical Education
Girls Service League . . .
Girls Week .........
Leader Corps . . .
Industrial Arts ......
Junior Board ...........
Junior High Band .....
Junior High Library Club
Junior Hi-Lites ,........
Junior Honor Society ..
Junior Leader Corps
Junior Red Cross ....
JV Basketball ......
JV Cheerleaders , . .
JV Football .....
Lacrosse . .
Lance Tea ........
Le Cercle Francais ....
Marching Band . . .
Miss Lance . ..
Miss Junior .....
Miss Sophomore ..
Music . ........... .
Office Staff ..........
Pep Rally ..........
Photography Club . ..
Piano Club ........
Principal,s Address ....
Publications Ball ....
Pupil Personnel .....
Quill and Scroll ....
Retailing Club ..
Roll of Honor
Samarateens . . .
Scenici Players . ..
Senior Ball .... ..
Senior Board .......
Senior High Band
Senior High Chorus
Senior Hi-Lites .......
Senior Honor Society
Senior Sign Out .....
Seventh Grade Board
Seventh Grade Hi-Lites .
Sophomore Hi-Lites ..
String Ensemble .......
Student Council ........
Student Council Bazaar
Subject Area Coordinators
Table of Contents ......
Track and Field
United States Week
Varsity Basketball .....
Varsity Cheerleaders ....
Varsity Club ........
Varsity Football ......
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T618 Hillside Avenue
New Hyde Park, N. Y. FL 4-3037
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Phone: FL 4-3838 InC-
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"YOUR STORE FOR IVY LEAGUE STYLES"
I636 Hillside Avenue
New Hyde Park, N. Y.
635 Jericho Turnpike
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New Hyde Pork, N. Y.
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422 Hillside Avenue
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CONTRACTORS TO THE BUILDING TRADE
1105 Jericho Turnpike New Hyde Pork, N. Y.
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1625 Hillside Avenue
New Hyde Pork, N. Y.
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425 Jericho Turnpike
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