New Rochelle High School - Rochellean Yearbook (New Rochelle, NY)
- Class of 1946
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FROM DECEMBER 7 1941
Anderson Albert A Jr
Andren Robert Francis
Babcock Arthur Edmund
Bavosa John Joseph
Behrens Gorden G
Blake Donald Edward
Brady Bernard Joseph
Brown Walter Jr
Bull Edmund P
Burger John Anthony
Caporale Louis Anthony
Capozi Louis Joseph
Chatterton Lawrence A
Covlello Vito Joseph
Dickerson Charles W
D Onofrio Charles
D Onofrio James J
DOnofr1o Peter F
Dowling Cornelius D
Dralee Watson Polk
Eaton Ernest E
Engles Richard J
Enright George D. Jr...
Fink Robert S. ,...... .
Fox Albert E. ........ .
France William C. .... .
Frey Louis H. Jr. ..,. .
Froehlich Charles J.. . . .
Garrett Harvey E. .... .
Gibson Walter Lang Jr.
Grady James Francis. . .
Gregory Warren N. . . . .
Harris Douglas F. .... ,
Harris James Warren..
Heckel John F. ...,.. . .
Huffman Robert P. . . . .
Hughes Peter T. .,.... .
Keeling John Arthur . , .
Kelly Robert Francis. . .
King Warren R. ...... .
Levi James S. ....,.... .
GOLDEN STAR LIST
. . . .Army
.. , .Army
. . . .Army
, . . .Army
Libbey Robert T
Mahony Jeremiah J
Mellor Allen R
Melville George H Jr
Meyer Paul Donald
Miller Thomas Dale III
Montanaro Jerome Anthony
Mornati Aldo V
Oberfelder Robert F
OConnell John L
Oktavec Jan Lier
ORorke Andrew W Jr
Quinn James V
Richey David H
Rodgers Martin G
Rosenthal Herbert Jerome
Schmehl Walter J
Shwitzer Robert Alan
Speicher Elmer L
Spies Lloyd D
Steinhardt Samuel E
Stenstrom Fred H. .... . .
Summo Daniel Joseph ....,
Sussman Burton .........
Tierney John J. ...... .
Turner Stanley King Jr.. . .
Vaughn Roland V. Jr. .... .
Vileno George Angelo .....
Wall Edward J. Jr. ...... .
Wamsley John Hunter .....
Wattles Fred Mason J ..
Weaver Courtney M. Jr.
Wells Lewis Payne Jr. .... .
Whitelaw Robert ........
Whiting Butler Jr., . . , .
Wilson Eldorlis D. Jr.. .
Wilson John H. ...,.... .
Wittnebel Arthur A. Jr.
Zio Louis R. ...,...,... .
TO AUGUST 14 1945
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. . .Navy
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, . .Army
. . .Navy
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WILLIAM H MCKENNA
our coach teacher and frxend
as an expressxon of thanks and a
token of appreclatlon for a job
well done we the class
of 1946 respectfully
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ANDREW K. ALLEN
"Born but to banquet and to drain
Everybody calls him "Ken" for short.
Varsity track, intramural basketball.
Spends much of his time around cars.
Will attend college or join Navy.
"Learned and fair and good is the."
Soc. Service, War Stamp Clubs, vice-
pres. Theater Group, Jr. Secy. Scholar-
ship Club, Tower Players, Huguenot
Herald ed. staff, Rochellean plan. and
ed. staffs, steering comm. of plan. staff,
girls' sports, chorus, chair. of props
comm., Sr. ring comm., pres. of Writ-
ing Clug. Hobbies, theater, reading,
sports. Majoring in dramatics or Eng-
lish in college.
BEI I Y ABELSON
"All the u'orld'.f a Jtage . . . "
Secy. of Tower Players, member "Ro-
chellean" Plan., Ed. Staffs, Social Serv-
ice Club, Scholarship Club, War
Stamp Comm., various dance comm.,
after school sports. Spare time writes
"odes," works in dramatics. Majoring
dramatics in college.
"Nothing i.r given to profusely at
Known as "Duck Feet". Outside in-
terests, boys clubs of New Rochelle,
Baseball, Basketball, machines and
airplane mechanics. Plans to engineer,
design and build machines.
GERALD N. ALTIERI
"Life ir a jest, and all thing: :how it.
I thought Jo once, and now I know it."
Called "The Ape." Came to New Ro-
chelle High in 1944. Football and
Capt. of pool team. Interests, tennis,
Seventh Reg., N. Y. State Guard, deer
hunting, girls, sleeping and eating.
Plans to be a business administrator.
JANE T. ANDERSON
"A daughter of the godr, divinely tall
and mon divinely fair."
Exec. comm. of the Social Service Club
and girls' sports. Interests, swimming,
knitting, sailing, and collecting pic-
tures of friends. Plans to go to junior
HERMAN B. ABRASH
"He had talent: equal to huiineu
and arpired no higher."
Entered N.R.H.S. in February, 1945,
from Woodrow Wilson High in the
nation's capital. Member of Sigma
Alpha Chi, enjoys sports. Plans to at-
ANNE M. ALHLSTROM
"What dream can .roothe her
Hobbies are skiing, skating, swim-
ming, dancing, knitting. Future plans,
Univ. of Wis. and to "own a blue
convertible with red leather seats."
CONSTANCE AN GLIM
"The very pink of perfection."
"Connie" to her friends. After-school
sports, leader group, Social Service,
jr. Art Clubs, Decorations comm. of
jr. Prom, "Rochellean" Art Staff. In-
terests, include Sub-deb Sec. Women's
Club, Phi Tau Sor., Students' Guild
Holy Family Church. Draws in spare
time, will probably go to Pabon's
School of Design.
" Ti: well to be honest and true."
Banker, Soc. Service Club, War Stamp
Club, Huguenot Herald Bus. Staff,
"Rochellean" Staff, Girls' Sports and
School Service. Interests, B'nai Brith
Girls, jr. Society, dancing. Plans col-
lege and advertising.
"Ye have many .rtringr to your how."
Known as "Betty." "Rochellean"
Photo Staff, Soc. Service Club, Hugue-
not Herald Bus. Staff. Interests, Sub-
debs, photography, piano, skating,
swimming, dancing, sailing. Plans to
go to a secretarial school.
"Why, what a madcap hath heaven
lent us here?"
"Maxie" to his pals. Band, Orchestra,
Basketball and Baseball teams. Hob-
bies, Boys' Club, pool, women, trum-
pet player in Johnny Martin's Orches-
tra. Hopes to be bandleader or music
"Word: sweet ar honey from her lip:
"I-Iuguenot Herald" Ed. Staff, "Ro-
chellean" Bus. and Plan. Staffs, Girls'
Sports, Tower Players, Soc, Service
Club. Phi Tau, swimming, skiing, rid-
ing, collecting records, "war widow"
meetings, and Frank Sinatra occupy
spare time. Hopes to study merchan-
dising at junior college.
"Heard melodier are meet . . .
therefore play on."
War Stamp Comm., Orchestra, A
Cappella. Hobbies, collection of for-
eign novelties and piano. Plans music
study at Juilliard or Bard.
"A :oft anruer turneth away wrath."
Known to her friends as "Gina." New-
ly arrived from Washington, D. C.,
where she participated in French and
Spanish Clubs and school operetta.
Reading, drawing. and walking. Col-
lege to become a linguist.
CHARLES R. BLOOMFIELD
"I laugh when I have occarion and
u-hen I don't have occasion."
"It's' always "Dick." Homeroom Sec-
retary. Automobiles, machines, travel-
ing, sword fishing and sailing take up
spare time. Plans to go to Texas Chris-
tian after the Navy.
JAMES P. BARNES
"Who'd think that humor lurhed
within thir patient frame."
Known to everybody as "Jim." G.O.
Rep., Traffic Sqd., "Rochellean" Plan.
Staff, Chem. Club, Sports Pro. Comm.,
Scholarship Club, Var. Swimming
team, Intramural Sports. Interests, ski-
ing, swirnming. Plans college.
"What'.t in a name."
Photo. Club, Tower Players, Rifle,
Swimming teams. Photography, swim-
ming and ice-skating take up spare
time. Upholstering, cabinet making,
and furniture design are future plans.
JEANNE A. BECKER
"Ark me no quertionr, I'll tell you
Soc. Service Club, Writing Club,
Girls' Sports. Enjoys swimming, dogs,
collecting autographs and dancing.
Plans junior college.
ROBERT P. BESHAR
"Then he will talk-good godr!
how he will talk."
just Bob. Vice-pres. of Fresh. and
Soph. Classes, G.O. Council, Pres. of
jr. Scholar. Club, Scholar. Club, G.O.
Approp. Comm., G.O. Exec. Comm.,
Chair. jr. Prom, Pres. Sr. Class, Foot-
ball, Baseball teams, Theater Group,
Biology, Conversation, Chemistry,
Writing Clubs. Pres. of Winn Assn.
Interested in debating. Wants to ma-
"Who Iorer not knowledge?"
Treas. Stamp Club, Band, Plan. and
Bus. Staffs of "Rochellean," Bus. Staff
"Huguenot Herald," "Kick-off" Com-
mittee, Current Events Club. C. P. A.
is his aim for future.
"What .rweet delight a quiet life
A member of the football squad and
Chemistry Club. Civil Air Patrol is
main outside interest. College will be
his next step.
jor in law at college.
MARJORIE A. BESAS
"Believe me l .tpeak ar mine under-
Jtandrng inrtructr me."
just "Margie" to those who know her.
A Cappella Choir, Biology Club, "Ro-
chellean" Bus. Staff, G.O. Finance
comm., Clay Modelling Club, Girls'
Sports. Hobbies, sports, music. Col-
lege after graduation.
JOAN R. BIANCO
"Wisdom ir better than ruhieJ."
Active in Girls' Sports. Swimming,
riding, psychology are her major in-
terests. Plans to attend college.
"Modesty becomes a young man."
Known as "Turtle," Intramural Bas-
ketball, Cross-Country, Varsity Track,
playing pool in Room I4. Spare time
includes movies, travelling, Boy
Scouts. Wants to train for position
in physical ed.
ALFRED S. BRIGHT
"My only books were woman's looks,
and folly's all they taught me."
Nickname is "Al," Basketball, Base-
ball, Chair. "Kick-off Dance," Cheer-
leader. Interests, golf, jr. Society, and
Women. A Western College, for Busi-
"Walk hrst, and then rest."
"Bernie" to us. A Cappella Choir,
Chair. of "Rochellean" Bus. Staff, G.
O. Rep., Feature Ed. and Circulation
Mgr. "Herald," Tower Players, Con-
versation Club, "Rochellean" Plan.
Staff. Future plans are college.
RALPH B. BOYLE, JR.
'The prudent man looketh well to his
Nicknamed "Junior," Activities, Lock-
er Comm., Trafhc Squad, and War
Stamp Rep. Interests, riding, sports,
dancing, and photography. Hopes to
attend Iona College.
RUTH A. BREITENFELD
"Gladly would she learn, and gladly
would she teach."
Traffic Squad, Theater Group, Ad-
vanced Biology Club, Tower Players,
Kick-off Dance Comm., War Stamp
Comm., Girls' Sports. Next is college.
"Her modest looks the cottage might
Known as "Jackie" Trafhc Squad,
Soc. Service Club, "Rochellean" Bus.
and Art Staffs, Tower Players, Secy.
and Treas. Biology Club, "Kick-off"
Dance Comm., Phi Tau. Interests, C.
A. R. and Sub-debs. Hopes to enter
"One vast substantial smile."
Known to us as "Comic," G.O. Rep.,
Pres. of Soph. Class, Pres. of G.A.A.,
A Cappella Choir, Cheerleader, Con-
versation Club, Phi-Tau, Co-chair. jr.
Prom, "Rochellean" Plan. Staff, G.O.,
Social Service and Sr. Exec. Comm.,
Sports, Football, music, meeting peo-
ple. Wants to attend Mt. Holyoke.
"And had a face like a blessing."
"Dot" to her friends. Homeroom Secy.
2, and participated in after-school
sports. Enjoys reading current novels.
Plans to attend Business School.
"Handsome is that handsome does."
Known as "Pat." "Rochellean" Plan.
and Arr Staffs. Likes Photography and
Duke Ellington's Orchestra. Maioring
in Fashion Design at Art School.
"And unextinguished laughter
shakes the sky."
Called "Nao" by all. Activities, "Her-
ald" Headline Ed., Conversation, Bi-
ology Club Secy., Soc. Service Club,
Senior Plan. Staff, "Rochellean" Art
and Ed. Staffs, Girls' Sports, Tower
Players, Jr. and Winter Prom Comm.
Interests, B'nai B'rith and drawing.
Hopes to major in art.
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"Self-trust is the hrst secret of
Participated in Tower Players, Cur-
rent Events, Photography Clubs, "Ro-
chellean" Staffs, "Herald," Photo.
Staff, Sr. Dance Comm. Interest,
Photograph. Plans attending af Mid-
LYNDA M. BROWN
"But so fair she takes the breath
of men away."
Known as "Peanut." Member School
Tralhc Squad, and Twirler for four
years. Interested in the Navy! !, collect-
ing pictures. Plans include Secretarial
"Music hath charmed many."
"Buster" is his nickname. Member Sr.
Choir, Library Council, Band, Orches-
tra, A Cappella Choir, Boys' Glee
Club, "Herald" Bus. Staff. Hobbies-
collecting jazz records. Future-U. S.
Army, or radio engineering.
SHIRLEY M. BROWN
"She smiled on many-just for fun."
Homeroom pres., Co-chair. "Rochel-
lean" Stag Dance, "Rochellean" Bus.
Staff, Soc. Service Club, G.O. Rep.,
Dance Comm., Traf. Squad, Adv. Bi-
ology Club. Interests, sports, driving.
Future plans, college.
THEODORE G. CAMERON
"You impress us as a thinking man."
Known as Ted. Activities are Rifle
Team, Swimming Team, Orchestra.
Outside interest is radio. College
"After us the deluge."
Known to his friends as "Red." In-
terested in automobile mechanics,
sword fishing, hunting, hockey, head-
ing the list. After discharge from
Nayy, plans college.
"Fair and softly goes far."
Known as "Bobbie." Soc. Service
Club, Tower Players,War Stamp Club,
Personality Club, and Theater Group.
Interests, dancing, riding, Hi-Y Club.
Future plans, Junior College.
"Hefe's to the rharmer whose dimples
Just call her "Bunch." War Stamp
Comm., "Herald" Bus. Stafi, "Rochel-
lean" Bus. and Plan. Staffs, Soc. Serv-
ice Club, Tower Players, Girls' Sports.
Hobbies, photography, skiing. College
FREDERICK J. BUNKE
"Good deeds remain, all things else
Intramural Baseball, Basketball, Table
Tennis Club. Interests, sports, piano,
and fishing. Future plans, college and
engineering or business.
"Here's to the girl with a pair ol
"Herald" Rewrite Ed., "Rochellean"
Ed., Bus. Staffs, Cheerleaders, Con-
versation Club, Tower Players, Soc.
Service Club, Dance Comm., Scholar.,
Chem. Club, Girls' Sports, G.O. As-
sembly Comm., Phi Tau. Pres. C. A. R.
Secy'.Winn Assn. Loves music, driving,
visiting Annapolis. Plans college to
major in journalism.
"Sweet as the primrose peeps beneath
"Kitty" to those who know her. Co-
Capt. Cheerleaders, "Rochellean" Ed.
and Bus. Staffs, Tower Players, "Hu-
guenot Herald" Ed. Staff, Soc. Service
Club, Girls' Sports, Chair. Junior.
ALMA R. CATALDO
"Happy am I,' from care l'm free."
"Rochellean" Att Staff, Homeroom
Banker, War Stamp Rep., School Serv-
ice Squad, Girls' Sports. Interests,
swimming, dancing. Plans Business
"All her faults are such that one
loves her still the better for them."
Soc. Service Club, Girls' Sports, War
Stamp Comm., "Rochellean" Bus.
Staff, Dance Comm. Hobbies, driving
and sports. College is next stop.
VIOLA J. CALLENDER
"Her music hath charms to sooth the
Eamiliarly tagged "Vi." Vice-pres.
Ninth Grade Homeroom, member A
Cappella Choir, Glee Club, Soc. Serv-
ice Club, after school sports. Likes
music, sports, and "just having fun."
Destined for business school or col-
DONALD H. CHAPIN
"A .foher and managing fellow."
Steering Comm. of "Rochellean"
Plan. Staff, Treas. and Chair. Program
Comm. of Lens and Scalpel Biology
Club, Theater Group, Chemistry Club,
School Service Squad, Sr. Ring Comm.
EHiOys driving a car. Future goal,
college and business course.
CHARLES E. CLOSTER
"Had Jighed to many, though he loved
"Ned" to all. A three letter man, Foot-
3 ball, Swimming, Track, G.O. Council,
, Service Squad, Jr. Prom Comm.,
N, "Kick-off" Dance, Band, Lens and
' 4 ,f Scalpel Biology Club, Scholarship
4 K Club, member of Sunny Martin's Or-
, "t f- V chesrra. Enjoys all sports. Next stop,
,J N college.
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JANET COLE HENRY W. COLEMAN, JR.
" . . . when did morning ever wake
and find such heaming eyes awake."
Soc. Service Club, School Serv. Sqd.,
Usher Tower Players productions,
oflice work, Admissions Comm.. Girls'
Sports, member Junior Society. Plans
to study Nursery School Teaching.
" 'Tir pleasant to ree one'r name in
Homeroom Banker, Intramural Bas-
ketball and Baseball. Interested in
swimming and football. Plans to at-
"He ir the very pine-apple of
"Bro" to everyone. Runs quarter mile
on track team, Music Club, works
during week. Enjoys good music,
dances and parties. Future plans, col-
lege, then business of his own.
CATHERINE J. CONTE
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"Cathy" is her name tag. Member A
Cappella Choir, Soc. Serv.Club,Traihc
Sqd,, War Stamp Comm., Red Cross
Collector, Ed. Staff of "Rochellean,"
Class Banker, Girls' Sports, Member
Board of Directors of Club El Rancho.
Interests, driving, the Navy and
Frankie. Headed for Secretarial
ROBERT L. CORCORAN
"A close mouth catcher no flier."
"Corky" to everyone. Likes to tinker
with anything electrical, take motors
apart, worries when it comes to put-
ting them together againg likes to
sleep. Aviation is next stop.
LEONORE M. COURANT
'There ir great ahility in knowing
how to conceal one'r ability."
"Lori" to everyone. Member of Or-
chestra, A Cappella Choir, Tower
Players, War Stamp Comm., Biology
Club, Scholarship Club, and Cantala
Singers. Is interested in music.
CATHERINE G. CIANCIULLI
"Why aren't they all contented like
"Rochellean" Ed. Staff, "Huguenot
Herald" Ed. Staff, Scholarship Club,
School Serv. Snd.. Press Cbib Rep.
winner, Press Club Merit Award. In-
terests, iournalism, languages, reading,
classical music. Future plans college.
"Alwayr slow to give advice, hut
ready to do a service."
Two varsity letters, Track and Cross-
Country, Intramural Basketball, Base-
ball, Sports Promotion Comm., Track
Club, the "Turtle," Sigma Aloha Chi,
Pres. Stamp Club. Collects jazz rec-
ords, and is sport fan. Hopes to con-
tinue track in college.
WILLIAM F. COSNAHAN
"Building cartler in the air."
Is known as "Red." Member of Foot-
ball, 1. V., Basketball, and Baseball
Teams. Plans to be a Physical Ed.
"Shall I compare thee to a .rumrnerir
Conversation Club, Tower Players,
Soc. Service Club, G.O. Appropriation
and Finance Comm., "Rochellean"
Bus. Staff, Senior Plan. Staff, Girls'
Sports, A Cappella Choir, Scholarship
Club. Farm in Mass. is main interest.
Headed for college.
"Oh, he'r a lovely gentleman."
Nickname is G.O. Appropria-
tion Comm., Baseball, Football, Con-
versation Club, Jr. Dance and Prom
Comm., the Ushering Group, mem-
ber of Tau Pi. Headed for college.
"What can I do to he forever known?"
"Joe" to his friends. Returned this
year after being away at school a year.
Main outside interests are "Lynda," his
station wagon and loafing. Plans col-
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"Ornament of a meek and quiet
"Trudy" to her friends. A newcomer
to New Rochelle High. Interested in
all branches of science and her favorite
hobby is collecting small trinkets of
glass, porcelain and silver. Plans col-
lege and majoring in chemistry.
JOAN M. FARLEY
"She looheth ar batter would not melt
in her mouth."
Girls' Glee Club, Traffic Sqd., School
Service Sqd., Homeroom Secy., all
Sports Honor Teams, Newswriring
Club, G.O. Rep. Interests, dancing
Tuesday nights at Student's Guild,
also "Ray" in Navy Blues. Plans to
"Slow to rpeak, .flow to wrath."
"Davi" is her name tag. Treasurer of
Roy Chapman Andrews Chapter of
Biology Club, Conversation Club, So-
cial Service Club, "Rochellean" Bus.
and Ed. Staffs, Scholarship Club, Phi
Tau Sorority. Plans include college.
"I should not urge thy duty par: thy
A Class Banker, Secy. of I-Iomeroom,
and member of Trafhc Squad. Inter-
ests, driving, swimming, and football.
Uncertain of future plans.
RICHARD W. DENVER
' 'The path of duty ir the path of
Dick for short. Member of Track
Team, Cross-Country, Radio Club.
Main interests in life, cats, women.
Plans to enter Navy or college.
HERMAN L. FALK, JR.
"I go, I go: rwifter than an arrow
from Tartarfr how."
Called "Pilch" by his friends. Trafhc
Sqd., "Rochellean" Ed. Staff, Cross-
Country, Letter man in Track, Sports
Promotion Comm., Track Club, Win-
ter Prom, Tower Players, Intramural
Sports. Interests include skiing and
hockey. Plans to attend The Citadel.
MARIE L. FINNEGAN
' . . . the rearon firm, the temperate
"Lou" to all. G.O. Approp. and Exec.
Comm., G.O. Rep.,Adv. Biology, Con-
versation Clubs, "Huguenot Herald"
Ed. StaH, Steering Comm. "Rochel-
lean" Ed. Staff, Tower Players, Soc.
Serv. Club, G.A.A. Brd, Scholar. Club,
Band, Orchestra, Librarian of Band,
Merrie Melodies Staff, Chem. Club,
Honor Teams. Interests, Phi Tau, sail-
ing, being pres. of Sub-debs. Plans
JOHN M. A. DRADDY
"Quiet ar a nun."
Member of Band, Orchestra and Track
Team. Plans to enter either U. S.
Merchant Marine or U. S. Naval Acad-
"What a man har, so much he is
Known as "Pete the tramp." Baseball
Team, Pres. of Sophomore Home-
room. Main interest in life, women.
After graduation, the Army.
"Di:patch ir the .foul of banners."
"Jerry" for short. Member of Swim-
ming team, Civil Air Patrol, Princes
of Syracuse, the Iraquis Athletic Club.
Flying and boating are "Jerry's" main
interests. Plans to attend Texas A 8:
M, then cattle-raising business.
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FRANKLIN C. FITCHEN
"On their 'own merift mode!! men are
To his verv intimate friends, he's
"Zeus " Cross-Country Letterman,
Baseball Team. Track Team and mem-
ber of Scholarship Club. Favorite Das-
time is sleeping. After graduation,
"Few lhingr are impoirihle through
diligence and skill."
"Irv" to those who love him. Came
to us in sophomore year. Member
Track Team, Swimming, Cross-Coun-
try Teams. Interests. swimming and
piano. lf the Armv doesn't catch 'im
first, he'll enter college.
CARL E. FLEMISTER
'There was music all abou! ur."
"Buddy" to all his friends. Homeroom
pres., Football, A Cappella Choir,
Boys' Glee Club, Sr. Chorus. Active
member Nat'l Assn. for Advance-
ment of Colored People, Pres. of Jr.
Exec. Board of Boys' Club, Pres. of
Bethesda Choir, Pres. of Bethesda
Youth Assembly. and Baptist Training
Union of Bethesda Church. Plans to
attend Va. State College to study medi-
cine and theology.
GERALD B. FRANK
0 time for leiJure."
"jerry" to everyone. Swimming Team,
"Huguenot Herald" Ed. Staff, A Cap-
pella Choir, Chair. of G.O. Assembly
Comm., Mgr. Football Team, two
years, Chair. "Sno-Ball," member jr.
Prom Comm., Homeroom Banker.
Interests, Serviceman's Weekly which
he printed, edited, and published him-
self. Next, college and business career.
' . . . of manner: gentle, of affection:
Tennis, Hockey, Paddle Tennis, Bad-
minton, Shuffleboard, Orchestra, Art
Club. Providence Club, art, bowling,
riding. Plans to attend art school, then
enter field of advertising for papers
JoaN B. FUERST
" . . . like a poet hidden in the light
Advanced Biology Club, War Stamp
Comm., Soc. Service Club, Current
Events and Scholar. Clubs, School
Service Sqd. Dance Comm., "Hugue-
not Herald" Ed. Staff, "Rochellean"
Ed. and Plan. Staffs, Girls' sports.
Writes poetry and feature articles,
Publicity Chair. of B'nai B'rith Girls.
Plans college and career in advertising.
"Enjoy your dear wit and gay
Art Club, "Rochellean" Planning and
Art Staffs, Current Events Club, Exec.
Comm. of the Soc. Service Club,
Sports, Tower Players, Traffic Squad.
Interested in art. Plans to attend col-
JUDITH C. FULLER
"A poet could not hut he gay in .tuch
Known as "Beast" and "Ferf." Tower
Plavers, Student Assemblies, A Cap-
pella, Girls' Ensemble, Banker, Traffic
Sod., Swing Session, and "Sno Ball,"
Girls' Sports. Teaching, dancing, in-
habiting Greenwich Village, crazy
about people who have jazz records.
Plans to study psychology and men.
"A good friend ir better than rilver
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Active on "Rochellean" Bus. Staff,
"I-luguenot Herald" Ed. and Bus.
Staffs, Tower Players. Interests, Sig-
ma Alpha Chi, Jr. Society, and Stamp
collecting. Business administration at
N. Y. U. next.
ALAN S. GAYNOR
"An embryo journalirt ir a dangerous'
Editor-in-chief of "Huguenot Herald,"
"Rochellean" Editorial Staff, "Sno-
Ball" and jr. Prom Comm., Conversa-
tion Club, Tower Players, Theater
Group, G.O. Appropriations and
Finance Comm.. Scholarship Club.
Scouts and wild flowers. Plans college
to study journalism.
THOMAS E. GARRIGAN
"We hgure to ourfelver the thing: we
"Tommy" to the world at large. Active
in Chemistry Club. Outside interests
center around chemistry. Plans to be
a chemical engineer.
"Let every man look before he leapr."
Pres. of her 9th Grade Homeroom,
member Tower Players, Conversation,
Social Service Clubs, the "Rochellean"
Bus. Staff Dance Comm., jr. Society,
B'Nai B'rith Girls, and Girls' Sports.
Ranked fourth in Girls' Eastern Ten-
nis Contest, I944. Music and tennis
are hobbies. Plans college.
EMILY R. GIAMPIETRO
"Up rose the sun and up rose Emily."
Baseball, Basketball, Hockey, Tennis,
Volley Ball, and Badminton. Reading
novels. No definite plans, would like
the field of physical education.
BURTON I.. GOLDBERG
"The endearing elegance of female
Band, Track, Cross-Country and In-
tramural Basketball. Interested in Cur-
rent Events Club. Club "El Rancho"
and Room 14. Plans an engineering
BARBARA R. GREENBERG
"A nd he stumbles after, bewildered by
Called "Rusty," Soc. Service Club,
Adv. Biology Club, Red Cross Club,
"Rochellean" Bus. and Plan. Staffs,
Tower Players, "Kick-05" Dance, and
Winter Prom. Interests, the theater,
art and music. Plans entering Navy
or junior college.
MARY E. GREENE
"As su-eet as English air could make
Library Council, Girls' Sports. Out-
side activities include a sewing club
and taking piano lessons. Hopes to
become a nurse.
ARTHUR P. GOLDBERG
"A rnan of maidenly reserve."
G.O. Financial Staff, Track, Intra-
mural Basketball and Baseball. Cur-
rent Events Club and golf. Plans col-
lege to study accounting.
BARBARA A. GOLDFOGLE
"With thee conversing I forgot all
time, all seasons and their change."
Known as "Spanish." A Cappella
Choir, Girls' Ensemble. Enioys horse-
back riding and meeting people who
speak Spanish. Plans college with the
hope of becoming a Spanish interpre-
ter and of course, acquiring a husband.
"The manly part is to do with might
and main what you can do."
Usually referred to as "Bob." Pres. of
the Current Events Club, G.O. Rep.,
War Stamp Rep., member of Band,
Orchestra, Adv. Biology Club, Con-
versation Club, Dance Comm. and
"Rochellean" Plan. Staff. Hobbies,
music, sports, stamp, coin collecting.
Plans to major in bus. administration
"Whereas in silks by Vilma goes then,
then, me thinks how sweetly flows the
liquification of her clothes."
Vice-pres. of 9th Grade, Homeroom
Banker, G.O. Rep., Jr. Prom Comm.,
Twirler, Traffic Sqd., Soc. Service
Club, Girls' Sports. Interests, being
treas. of Club El Rancho, the Navy.
Plans to attend Edgewood Park Junior
College, to be a medical secretary.
GRACE N. GREENE
"A sweet attractive kind of grace."
A Cappella Choir, Orchestra, Social
Service Club, Girls' Sports, Has an in-
terest in all sports. No particular plans
DOROTHY E. GRIFFIN
"Grace and good disposition tend
Friends call her "Dotty." Soc. Service
Club, A Cappella Choir, Girls' Sports.
Hobbies are playing piano, listening
to radio, Young Peoples' Club. Wants
to attend college and major in music.
CHARLES E. GOTTESMAN
"ln youth and beauty, wisdom is but
Known to everybody as "Buddy."
Vice-pres. of 9th Grade Homeroom,
pres. of 10th Grade Homeroom, Let-
terman in Baseball, Intramural Sports.
Left for Chapel Hill in january.
"A rosebud set with little wistful
Known as "Janie," Homeroom vice-
pres., Girls' Sports, "Rochellean" Bus.
Staff, "Huguenot Herald" Bus. Staff.
Social Service Club, Ofhce Work and
Tower Players Usher. Plans college.
grind." Nicknamed "Tiny." Tower Players,
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PAUL D. HARRINGTON
"I have everything, yet have nothing."
Known as "Red." Pres. of a fraternity
for two years, Secy. of fraternity. Hob-
bies, record collecting, sleeping, draw-
ing people from photographs. Plans
to major in art in college.
JOAN M. HELGANS
"Good witr jump."
vlember of "Huguenot Herald" Ed.
.nd Bus. Staffs, "Rochellean" Bus.
frail, Head of "Rochellean" Ed. Staff,
:lass Ring Comm., Tower Players,
Ionversation, Biology Clubs, Theater
Sroup Treas., and Pres., Soc. Service
Club, War Stamp Comm., G.O. Fi-
nance Comm., Scholar. Club, Girls'
Glee Club, Girls' Sports, G.A.A.
Awards. Interests, Teen Age Dance
Workshop and paper "Dancing
Youth." Plans college.
BRUCE B. GURENSON
"Confuiion nou' hath made itr
Active in band and orchestra. Out-
side interests include playing in band.
Plans to attend college and major in
RONALD J. HAGER
"There'.r nothing ro beromer a man
ai modeit .rtillneii and humility."
Known to his friends as "Ronnie."
Traffic Squad, Varsity Track, Cross-
Country. Outside interests, basketball
and swimming. Might join the Navy.
BARBARA G. H. HAWLEY
"Thi: heauty tallr and glory :hows
Nicknamed "Glo," Came to N.R.H.S.
from I.E.Y. in Senior year, where she
was active in all girls' sports. Is inter-
ested in Civil Air Patrol, writing.
Plans to attend the Latin American
Institute next year.
LOIS A. HELLER
"A merry heart doeth good like a
Scholarship, Biology, Soc. Service and
Conversation Clubs, G.A.A. Board,
"Rochellean" Bus., Ed. and Plan.
Staffs, Trafhc Sqd., Sports. Modern
dancing, Pres. of Teen-Age Dance
Workshop, Sub-Debs, Metropolitan
Youth Council. Future includes col-
lege and personnel work.
NORMAN W. HENDERSON
"My life it hut one dem'd horrid
Vice-pres. and pres. of 9th and 10th
Grade Homerooms, Swimming. Track
Teams. Interests, skiing and Kappa.
He plans to go to college.
ELIZABETH E. HIGGS
"How meet and fair :he reemi to he."
Known as "Bettie" or, sometimes,
"Six-bits." Band and Orchestra. In-
terested in the N.A.A.C.P., reading
and collecting four leaf clovers. Plans
to go to school of music.
CLA IRE B. HACKER
"She'.r our delight, all mankind'r
Soc. Service Club, War Stamp Comm.
Traffic Sqd., Admission Comm., Mr.
Haigh's Formation Group, First Aid
Comm., "Rochellean" Ed. Staff. Hob-
bies, clothes, records and the Navy.
Plans to enter business school.
"Of good natural part: and a liberal
Active as a member of orchestra. Likes
bowling, swimming, riding, and golf.
After graduation, college and study of
NEIL M. HICKS
"All the world lover a fat man."
Current Events Club, "Rochellean'
Rep. Interests, New Rochelle Boys'
Hi-Y, of which he was pres. and secy.,
collecting stamps, old coins. He plans
to study law.
ALFRED K. HOBBS
"Always within the bound! of
Known as "Bud." G.O. Rep., Scholar-
ship Club, Cross-Country Team, Bi-
ology, Chemistry and Track Clubs.
Interests, model ship building, out-
door sports, especially hunting and
fishing. Plans to study chemical en-
ARTHUR D. HUFF
"I have within myself all that my
Homeroom Banker two years, Horne-
room Treas., Current Events, Scholar-
ship, Chem. Clubs, Plan. Staff of "Ro-
chellean," Letterman in Swimming,
member of Track and Cross-Country
Teams. Stamp collecting, model air-
planes and gasoline engines are for
leisure hours. Plans to study mechani-
"If ladies be but young and fair, they
have the gift to know it."
Was active in Girls' Sports, Social
Service, Biology, and Stamp Clubs.
Major outside interest is B'nai B'rith
Society. College for the next four
NANCY C. HOFF
"My tongue is the pen of a ready
Was active member of the Biology
Club, Theater Group, Social Service
Club, Curent Events Club, "Rochel-
lean" Ed. Stalf, Song Club. Wants to
go to college and be a doctor.
FLORENCE C. HORTON
"A dancing Shape, an Image gay."
Homeroom Banker, Sports, Twirler,
Traffic Squad, "Rochellean" Art Stalf.
Sub-Debs, the Teen Age Dance Work-
shop, Art and the "Navy" complete
her outside interests. Fashion Design
in art school will follow graduation.
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BETTY M. ISRAEL
"My heart untravelled fondly turns
Active in Social Service Club, Theater
Group, Current Events, Biology Clubs,
Girls' Sports, Homeroom Banker 2,
"Rochellean" Ed. Staff, junior Red
Cross Club. College will be next.
RICHARD JOHN, JR.
"Patience on a monument."
Traffic Squad, Intramural Baseball,
"Rochellean" Plan. Staff, Biology
Club, Scholarship Club. After school
enjoys sports and piano. College and
engineering are future plans.
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GEORGE J. HSIEH
"Men of few words are best."
Current Events, Chemistry, Railroad
Clubs. Hobbies, Stamp collecting,
Y.M.C.A. and home Chemistry lab.
Wants to operate a research lab. in
LOIS A. HUTCHINS
"Happy be you! All that you speak
Activities, First Aid, Song Clubs,
Leaders' Group in Girls' Sports, Soc.
Service Club, Chorus, Sr. Service
Scouts, Bethesda Youth Assembly, Jr.
Div. of Colored Women's Club, jr.
Church Activities and music occupy
spare time. Plans to attend Depaul
"Speak low if you speak love."
Member of B. Altman Jr. Advisory
Board, Decorations Comm. of Jr.
Prom, "Rochellean" Art Staff, Pot-
tery Club, and Chair. of Publicity for
"Kick-off" Dance. Phi Tau, Sub-Debs
and Art hold her interest outside of
school. College will be next.
PEGGY E. KAHLES
"Good to be merrie and wise."
Secy. of Sr. Class, Secy. of G.A.A.,
Secy. of Lens and Scalpel Chapter of
Biology Club, Treas. of Jr. Scholar-
ship Club, Cheerleading Sqd. and
Dance Comm. Active in Phi Tau, Sub-
Debs and Daughters of Masons. Plans
to go to college.
"Filled his life's goblet to the brim."
"Canadian" to the world at large.
Served as Pres. of Club El Rancho,
and Mgr. of Johnny Martin's orches-
tra. Plans to enter army after which
college and career as an electrical en-
"Open my heart and you shall see,
'graved inside of it 'Italy'."
ls interested in Boys' Club of New
Rochelle, building ships. His future
includes entrance into the Navy.
"A kind and gentle heart she had to
comfort friends and foes."
Known to all as "Chris" Baseball
Honor Team, Girls' Sports. Vice-pres.
of Huguenot Hi-Y. She intends to
take a medical assistant course in
MILTON H. LANDES
"Oh, constancy he strong upon my
Major interests are boating, fishing,
current events and science. Hopes to
attend Dartmouth, to take a business
LORRAINE P. KAPLAN
"Now to the damsel that's merry."
Social Service Club, Current Events
Club, War Stamp Rep., Homeroom
Banker, and Girls' Sports. Interested
in Civil Air Patrol and aeronautics.
BESS M. KELLOGG
" . . . that shall command my heart
Girls' Sports, Scholarship Club, Writ-
ing Club, and "Rochellean" Art Staff.
Interests, art, dress designing, winter
sports, "jerry," butterscotch sundaes
surf-board riding. Plans Penn Hall
jr. College and Parsons School of
CHARLES W. KUSCHE
"O, it's excellent to have a giant
Known as "Chic." Homeroom pres.
Football, Basketball and Baseball
Teams. Hobby is model making. In-
tends to take up civil or mechanical
MARILYN L. LANGWORTHY
"Honesty coupled with beauty."
A Twirler, member of Scholarship
Club and Plan. Staff of "Rochellean,"
Assist. G.O. Rep. in jr. year. Chielly
interested in Hi-Y and piano. Hopes
to return to Texas to attend college.
THELME R. KATZ
"How thy wit brightens! How the
Familiarlv called "Terry." Girls'
Sports, "Rochellean" Art Staff, Social
Service Club Art Club Red Cross
Rep. Bnai Brith Civil Air Patrol
designing reading and collecting au-
tographs take up spate time. College
He that hath knowledge spareth
Known as Di'k. Band Trafhc Sqd.
Track Team. Bengal Athletic Club
Civil Air Patrol playing the cornet.
"A head . . . a tongue to contrivef'
"Lappy" to her pals. Riding Club, Or-
chestra, G.O. Rep., Band, Trafhc
Squad. Outside interests, horses, horse-
men and "Neve." Immediate future
Endicott Junior College.
WILLIAM G. LESEUR
"And certainly he was a good fellow."
Tower Players, G.O. Finance Comm.,
Intramural Basketball and Baseball.
College and perhaps work in dra-
"And now my task is smoothly done,'
I can fly or I can ran."
Secy. of Theatre Group, Homeroom
Secy., Business Manager of jr. Social
Service Club, "Huguenot Herald" Ed.
Staff, "Rochellean" Plan. and Ed.
Staffs, Tower Players, Soc. Service
Club, Bronze and G.A.A. Awards,
Winter Prom, Traiiic. College and a
career in writing.
ELEANOR J. LIPPOTH
"Charmed with a foolish whistling of
"jan" to the people who know her.
Photo Club, Soc. Service Club, TraBic
Sqd. and Plan. Staff of "Rochellea.n"
also Photo Staff of "Rochellean."
Member of Hi-Y Club, is interested
in piano and collection of miniatures
also foreign and old dolls. Plans jun-
JOSEPH S. MANNING
ROY W. LI'I'I'LE
"Art and knowledge bring bread and
Member of Scholarship Club and "Ro-
chellean" Art Staff. Plans college, after
that, commercial art as a profession.
Hopes to take a trip through South
America some time in the future.
"She'.f pretty to walk with and witty
to talk with."
Drum maior, Twirler, "Rochellean"
Art Staff, Social Service Club, Tower
Players, "Kick-off" Dance Com., Girls'
Sports. Also Phi Tau, driving, danc-
ing, hot fudge sundaes and "Jean" too.
Future plans, Art School with career in
advertising and maybe marriage.
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FRANK E. LOTERZO
"Knowledge ir more than equivalent
"Gene" to his pals. Transferred from
Albert Leonard High School at end
of sophomore year. Active in A Cap-
pella Choir, and Swing Session. Roller
skating and Sea Cadets are his maior
interests. Plans a business career in
CATHERINE A. MACDONALD
"Look: were fond and word: were
Known as "Brownie." Social Service
Club, Girls' Sports and Traflic Squad.
Also United States Navy and sleep-
ing. Future plans include college.
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'The light that lies in woman'.r eyer
har been my heart'r undoing."
Buddies call him "Joe." Homeroom
Pres., Secy. of Soph. class, Intramural
Basketball, Varsity Baseball, Biology,
Conversation Clubs, Jr. Prom Comm.,
Cheerleader, and Chem. Club. Inter-
ested in baseball and basketball. Fu-
ture plans, studying medicine.
CLOUD R. MARSHALL
"A: open ar hi: name ir clear."
Everyone calls him "Randy." Drama-
tic Club, Varsity Football and Mgr. of
Basketball team at Blessed Sacrament
School. Tau Pi Fraternity, women, eat-
ing, sleeping, driving and skiing.
Dotes on annoying people. Would
like to go to college and get married.
ANDREW T. MAHONEY
"The glass of fashion and the mould
"Mo" to the fellows. Cheerleader,
Cross-Country Team, Vice-pres. of the
Hi-Y, "Rochellean" Art Staff, Booster
Comm. of Jr. Prom. Worked on boats
at City Island. Plans to enter jewelry
profession after schooling at Rhode
Island School of Design.
CLAUS H. MANASSE
"Whore words all earr took taptivef'
Civilian Defense, Current Events, Bi-
ology, and Chemistry Clubs, Home-
room War Stamp Rep. and Radio
Forums. Also Chemistry, Current
Events and stamp collecting. Would
like scientihc research or chemical en-
gineering as vocation.
"lr there no voice more worthy than
"Bob" to all. Homeroom Banker,
Homeroom Officer and "Huguenot
Herald" Editorial Staff. Member of A.
Z. A. and E. A. X. Aims toward
"A man of pleasure is a man of pain."
"44 Keys" for keeps. Homeroom
president, Track. Has his own orches-
tra and is Vice-Pres. of Club El Ran-
cho. Look for him at Astor Roof in
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ALICE M. MALLETTE
'Though I am young, I :corn to flit
on the wing: of borrowed art
"Al" to her friends. Scholarship Club
Traflic Squad, Homeroom Banker
"Rochellean" Art Staff and Girls
Sports. Also driving, tennis and a de
sire to travel. Desires to enter college
and specialize in merchandising
"Nothing can cover hir high fame
Just "Johnny" to everyone. Vice-pres
of G.O., Varsity Basketball, Varsity
Baseball, Jr. Prom Comm., Capt. Bas
ketball Team. Likes one girl and golf
Wants to attend college and then get
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"To me more dear . . . one native
charm than all the glorr of art."
Plans to become a beautician after
graduation from N.R.H.S.
"So Jweet and voluhle in her
Scholarship, Social Service, Current
Events Clubs, "Rochellean" Ed., Bus.
Staffs, "IaIuguenot Herald," War
Stamp Comm. Interests, Huguenot
Hi-Y and piano. Headed for college
and journalism career.
"Continuour ar the :tart that thine."
Nicknamed "Sue." Member A Cap-
pella Choir, Adv. Biology Club, Tow-
er Players, Social Service Club, School
Service Sqd., Homeroom Banker,
Girls' Sports. Hobbies, swimming,
singing, Gershwin music. Plans to
enter secretarial school.
"I knozh not the doctrine of ill-doing."
Popularly "Dick." Pres. of the G.O.,
pres. of Jr. Class, Letterman in Cross-
Country, Swimming and Track, ACap-
pella Choir, Conversation Club, Adv.
Biology Club, Tower Players, Commo-
dore of N.R.H.S. Yacht Club, won
gold award in Jr. year. Outside inter-
est is sailing in own boat. Plans for
future include college.
"War thi: the face that launched a
just "Mac" to her friends. Traffic Sqd.,
Homeroom Pres., "Rochellean" Busi-
ness Staff. Likes jazz and convertibles.
Planning for secretarial school.
LIONEL C. MOHR, JR.
"The manner of rpeahing ir ar impor-
tant at the matter."
Root for the "Senator." Co-capt. of
Cheerleaders, Treas. of Conversation
Club, Adv. Biology, Current Events
Clubs, A Cappella Choir, Song Club,
Dance Comm., Tower Players' Usher.
Interests, politics, history, and debat-
ing. Plans to major in law.
"None hut himself can he hir
Called "Hank," Varsity Baseball team.
Outside activities are Boys' Club and
baseball. May P.G.g later settle down
on a farm.
JOSEPH D. P. O'BRIEN
"He ritr high in all peopleit hearts."
Better known as "Joe" Sports Pro-
motion comm., G.O. Rep., Mgr. Track
and Cross-Country Teams, Letterman
in Swimming, Intramural Sports,
Tower Players, dance comm. since 9th
grade. Favorite interest is collecting
records. Future plans are college, a
career in radio.
REGINA MAYER Q
"An elegant sufficiency-content . . . "
just "Reggie" Activities, A Cappella
Choir, School Service Sqd., Girls'
Sports, Trafhc Sqd. Enjoys horseback
riding. Wants a nursing career.
"l would help other: out of a fellow
Called "Pat." Activities, Scholarship
Club, War Stamp Comm., Tower
Players, Biology Club, Theater Group,
Current Events, Social Service Clubs,
"Rochellean" Bus. and Ed. Staffs,
"Herald" Ed. Staff, Girls' Sports, Hi-Y
Club. College is next.
RUTH D. NESBITI'
"She move: a goddess and the look:
Scholarship Club, War Stamp Comm.,
Homeroom Secy., Girls' Sports. Out-
side interests are Huguenot Hi-Y,
knitting. Future plans are college and
"Little raid ir .tooneit mended."
"Nance" to everyone. Enjoys writing,
ANTHONY F. PAINO
"Shut up in mearurelerr content."
Nickname is "Tony." News Writing
Club, Intramural Badminton, Home-
room Treas., Chemistry. Spends spare
time at Catholic Student's Guild of
Holy Family Church, or engaging in
photography. Plans for college.
"Studiour of good, he dirregarded
fame and ureful 'knowledge wa: hi:
"Ed" to all. Current Events Club,
"Rochellean" Plan. Staff, G.O. Finance
Comm. Radio, chess occupy spare
time. Plans college for future.
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"A thing of beauty ir a joy forever."
"Rochellean" Bus. Staff, "Huguenot
Herald" Bus. Staff, Biology Club, in
charge of costumes for Tower Players,
Social Service Club, Band and Or-
chestra, Girls' Sports, Refreshment
and Publicity Comm. of "Rochellean"
Staff. Records, books, and "something
to do on Saturday night."
LORETTA A. POWELL
"Fair and .roftly goer far."
"Tony" to her friends. Major outside
activities, membership in fan clubs,
dancing and music. After graduation
plans to attend prep school to study
FRANCES C. PELLENS
"Sunny ar her .skier . . . "
Traffic Squad, Scholarship, Soc. Serv-
ice Clubs, "Rochellean" Bus. Staff,
Tower Players' Usher, Tower Players,
"Rochellean" Plan. Staff, Girls' Sports,
Art Club. Spare moments include Sub-
Debs, C.A.R., Hi-Y. Wants to go to
"For he will live and laugh at thi:
Biology Club, President of Roy Chap-
man Andrews Biology Club, Tower
Players, Chemistry Club. Likes Chem-
istry. Wants to study Bacteriology or
DORIS N. PERRY
"She plearer all the world . . . "
In the future plans to become a
"Age cannot whither nor curtorn :tale
her inhnite variety."
Call her "Sliver." Current Events,
Adv. Biology, Social Service Clubs,
Theater Group, Scholarship Club, Art
Ed. of "Herald," "Rochellean" Art
Staff, Honor Teams in Girls' Sports.
Hobbies, sports and drawing. In fu-
ture she wants to study art at college
NANCY A. PETERSON
"Oh that I were a glove upon that
hand that I might touch that cheek."
"Pete" is her name-tag. War Stamp,
Social Service Clubs, Girls' Sports,
"Rochellean" Art Staff, Main Ofhce
Work. Knitting, sailing, collecting
friends' photos are favorite hobbies.
Wants to attend a junior college.
JOSEPH R. A. PISANI
"I dare do all that may become a
"joe" to his friends. Band, Track,
Football, Range Master of Rifle Team,
Intramural Sports, Photo. Club, G.O.
Rep., Homeroom Treas., "Rochellean"
Art Staff. Enjoys art, hunting, girls,
music, hshing, boating, camping, and
being an executive officer in Sea Ca-
dets. Plans for future include engineer-
ing and marriage. '
GEORGE A. POST
"With a smile that was childlike and
Active in baseball and football. Likes
sports and girls. Future plans, Techni-
cal School or work.
"A man ured to vicirrituder if not
just "Artie." G.O. Rep., Current
Events Club, Baseball Team, Intra-
mural Sports. Likes to hunt and col-
lect records. After college, his ambi-
tion is to be a corporation manager.
ANNE M. RAAB
"MeatureJ, not men have alwayr been
just Anne all the time. Social Service
Club, Tower Players, "Rochellean" Art
Staff, Cheerleaders, Dance Comm.,
Girls' Sports, Conversation Club. Phi
Tau. Outside interests, riding, sailing,
dancing, Winn Society, Sub-Debs.
College as an art major and a career
'The king himrelf has followed her,
when .the har walked before."
Cheerleaders, Social Service Club,
Sports Promotion Comm., "Rochel-
lean" Art Stall, "Kick-off" Dance
Comm., Tower Players, Scholarship
Club, Chem. Club, Girls' Sports. ln-
terests Phi Tau dancin music driv
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ing, and Lorraine. Plans to attend col-
SAMUEL F. PRATT
"A mighty Jcientifc man it he.
Sam for keeps. Participant in G.O.
Finance Comm., Current Events Club,
"Rochellean" Bus. Staff. Future plans
DAVID L. PURDY
"Type of the wire that roar, and never
"Dave" to all his friends. jr. Prom
Comm., Chair. of Decorations for
"Kick-off" Dance, Pres. llth Grade
Homeroom, Track and Swimming
Teams, Pres. of Lens and Scalpel Adv.
Biology Club, Pres. of Conversation
Club, Pres. of Chem. Club. Pre-Med
at Cornell Universi for Doctor's de-
HELEN M. RADCLIFF
"She ir .ro constant . . . and so kind."
Friends call her "Hedy." Served on
Traflic Squad. Outside interests in-
clude Girl Scouts. Plans to become a
DON C. RAMSAY
"Whore little body lodged a mighty
Came here from Benson High School
in Omaha, Nebraska, at the beginning
of his Senior year. Loves to sleep.
Hopes to attend college.
ROBERT E. REDFIELD, JR.
"He ir a well-balanced man, now,
what more can be rand."
"Bob" that's all. Came to N.R.H.S.
in Jr. year. Served as Vice-pres. of Sr.
Class, Homeroom pres. 4, Vice-pres.
of Conversation Club, Treas. of Thea-
ter Group, on the Jr. Prom Comm.,
Swimming and Rifle Teams, Tau Pi
Frat. Enjoys swimming, sailing, "hunt-
ing." College and chemical engineer-
ing are waiting.
'Tomorrow to frerh wood: and
Basketball,QI'ower Players, Social Serv-
ice Club. Lrkes horseback riding, danc-
in and someda will own a blue con
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vertible. Plans for a business school.
DOROTHY E. PRESCOTT
" . . . love darting eyer, or tretrer like
Glee, Dramatics Clubs, Business Staff
of the "Record" at Mamaroneck High.
Teaches Sundav School. does Nurse's
Aid work and likes to bowl. Plans to
attend the New Rochelle Hospital
School of Nursing.
JOHN H. QUIRIN, JR.
"Ah, youth! fzreger dear, forever
Friends dub him "Waldo." Outside
interests are music, travel, and yacht-
ing. College or a technical school after
EDWARD J. REILLY
"A man he war, to all the country
"Ed" to all. Came in Jr. year from
Mamaroneck High, Band and Orches-
tra. and Letterman in Cross-Country.
Spends time mostly on his car. Plans
college and major in accounting and
MARILYN A. REVERE
"Great let me call ber, for the
Known as "Lynn." Homeroom Bank-
er, Secy. of Band and Orchestra Exec.
Comm., Band, Orchestra, A Cappella
Choir, Tower Players, Cast of "Good
News." Civil Air Patrol, music, and
chem. occupy spare time. Wants to be
medical technician or music critic.
"With a classic maiden pretty,
He painted up the city."
"Rick" to all who know him. Likes
women and cars. Plans to go to Uni-
versity of Colorado to study Aeronauti-
BARNETI' ROBINSON, JR.
"An affahle and courteous gentleman."
"Barney" after tive minutes. Intra-
mural Football, Basketball, Baseball,
Stamp, Chess, Conversation, and Cur-
rent Events Clubs. Hobbies include
Jr. Societyi' Sigma Alpha Chi, sports
and women. Next, college and busi-
"ls she not passing fair?"
It's "Poo" to friends. Soc. Serv. Club,
"Rochellean" Bus. and Plan. Staffs,
"Huguenot Herald" Bus. Staff, War
Stamp Comm., Homeroom Banker,
Tower Players, Scholarship Club. Out-
side activities, swimming, modern
dancing, B'nai B'rith Soc. Next stop-
ARTHUR E. ROSWELI.
"Better a little with honor than much
To his friends, "Artie." Band, Chemis-
try, Biology Clubs, "Rochel1ean"
Photo. Staff Chief, "Rochellean" Plan.
Staff, Pres. of Photo. Club. Outside
interests are Sigma Alpha Chi, sail-
ing, and photography. He's college
"Let us make hay while the sun
Homeroom secy., Social Service Club,
Library Council, Current Events Club,
G.A.A. Outside interests, photo., B'nai
B'rith Society, Princess of Syracuse.
Future holds a business course.
JOSEPH J. SANTACROCE, Jn.
"Nothing succeeds like success."
just call him "Boom Boom." Active
in basketball and baseball. Hobbies,
pool, Boys' Club New Rochelle, base-
ball, basketball, ping pong. Future
lies in radio engineering.
MURIEL S. ROTH
"Bid rne discourse, I will enchant
just say Social Service, Schol-
arship Clubs, Tower Players, Conver-
sation Club, "Rochellean" Plan., Bus.,
and Ed. Staffs, Honor Hockey Team,
G.A.A., Ed. and Bus. Staffs of "Hugue-
not Hetald," Homeroom Secy. Passes
time knitting, photography, and as jr.
Society Secy. College is next.
"Outdoor tiddely-winks is my forte."
War Stamp Comm., Cross-Country,
Intramural Basketball, Track, and
Swimming, Current Events, Chess
Clubs. Hobbies, record collecting,
women, and N. Y. Yankees. Journal-
ism and Law are future plans.
NICK J. SAMELA
"It's a great plague to be too handsome
G.O. Homeroom Rep., Football, Bas-
ketball, Baseball. Hobbies, dancing,
music, sports, writing short stories,
New Rochelle Boys' Club, between
meal snacks, and car trips with Rick.
Coaching or prof. baseball or foot-
ball are future aims.
BEVERLY A. SAULMAN
"For she was as tender as infancy and
Farniliarly known as Member
Tower Players and active leader in
Girls' Sports. Hobbies, dancing, draw-
ing, and music. A career as a radio
singer is coming.
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STUART B. ROWE, JR.
"A great man is made up of qualities
that meet or make great occasions."
Remember him as "Stu." Band, Or-
chestra, Adv. Biology, Chemistry, Cur-
rent Events Clubs, Baseball, Track,
Swimming Teams. Outside interests,
music, swimming, driving. Plans to
major in chemical engineering.
CARMEN E. SALERNO
" 'Adieu' she cried and waved her lily
The magic word is "Kitty." Active in
Social Service Club. Outside interests,
dancing, swimming, traveling, photo.,
dramatics, jr. Society, Fordham Prep.
boys. junior college and marriage lie
over the horizon.
" . . . as a wit, if not Hrrt, in the very
War Stamp Comm., Social Service
Club, "Roche1lean" Plan, Bus. Staffs,
Chem. Club, "Herald" Bus. Staff, Tow-
er Players. Outside interest, sports.
Plans, Junior College.
"Sweeter than the lid: of luno'J eyes."
Nicknamed "Scottie." A Cappella
Choir, Traffic Sqd., Basketball, Hock-
ey, Swimming, Soc. Service Club. In-
terests, jr. Div. of Colored Women's
Club, Youth Coun. of N.A.A.C.P. and
Bethesda Youth Assembly. Hobbies,
piano, collecting records, and sports.
Fisk University is her future.
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"Too civil by half."
Known as "Vinnie" in the vicinity.
Track, Football, Intramural Basket-
ball. Rifle Club. Hobbies, bowling,
building ship models. dancing, all
sports, Future plans, college and study
of accounting and business.
WENDY P. SEGAI.
"Tully war not so eloquent ar thou."
Homeroom Banker, War Stamp Com-
mittee, Social Service Club, Girls'
Sports, Band, Orchestra, Tower Play-
ers' Usherette. Outside interests, Camp
Watitch, Harvard. College and a
career in speech are future goals.
"To myself am dearer than a friend."
Aflectionately dubbed "Bob" by fac-
ulty.Active member A Cappella Choir,
Trafhc Sqd., Scholarship Club, Dance
Comm., and Tower Players as elec-
trician and actor. Future plans lead
to Cornell, then the motion picture
"Patience, and shuffle the cards."
Known about as "Fred," "Rochellean"
Art Staff. Outside interests, pool, deer-
hunting, girls, and sleeping. Fred
plans to be a business administrator
"Men are but children of a larger
Cheerleaders, G.O. Rep., Tower Play-
ers. Interests, winter sports, camping,
hunting and amateur radio operating.
Future plans, the Navy or Marines.
Career in radio.
'Time riperu all things. N0 mari it
Commonly called "Buzz." Track, Foot-
ball, Intramural Basketball, and Rifle
Club. Main interest is centered in
"And then .the danced-oh heaven,
just "Mimi" all the time. All Girls'
Sports, Ritie Club, Exec. Comm. for
jr. Soc, Service Club, Soc. Service
Club, War Stamp Comm., Tower
Players, School Serv. Sqd., "Rochel-
lean" Bus., Plan. Staff, "Huguenot
Herald" Bus. Staff, "Kick-off" Dance
Comm., Scholarship, Girls' Glee Club.
Interests, swimming, boating, dancing,
riflery, jr. Society. Is headed for col-
lege to take up phys. ed. or dancing.
SANDRA L. SCHUMAN
"Dark uw her hair. . . her voice
Known as "Sandy." Came to New Ro-
chelle in Sr. year. Active in Tower
Players, Soc. Service Club, Current
Events Club, Girls' Sports. Outside in-
terest B'nai B'rith. College, as a major
in math. or science come next,
CHARLES SELIG, JR.
"A real nice boy of conscientious,
Known as "Fish." Swimming Team,
"Rochellean" Plan. Staff, Chair. of
Comm. to Direct Students to Athletic
Events, Asst. Mgr. Football Team,
Intramural Basketball, Baseball. All
sports occupy spare time. Future, col-
lege and then insurance business.
ROY C. SEWARD
"We will awake him, and be .ture of
G.O. Rep., Track, and Homeroom
Pres. Pet pastimes are pool and hunt-
ing. Plans to continue education if
draft does not interrupt.
PEGGY A. SHORTER
"Shadow of annoyance never came
Friends call her "Jittee." Secy. Fresh.
and Jr. Classes, G.A.A. Advisory
Board, G.O. Exec. and Approp.
Comm., Soc. Service Club, Theater
Group, Biology, Conversation, Schol-
arship Clubs, "Rochellean" Bus. and
Plan. Staffs, Girls' Sports, Tower Play-
ers, and Jr. Prom Comm. Sub-Debs,
Young People's Fellowship. Future
"Sing away sorrow, cast away care."
Usually called "Poochie." Girls' Glee
Club, Hockey, and member of Na-
tional Assn. for Advancement of Col-
ored People. Hobbies, reading and
walking. Plans to become a mortician.
"Oh, that I had wings like a dove."'
Tower Players, Lens and Scalpel Chap.
Biology Club, Photo., Current Events,
Soc. Serv. Clubs, Girls' Sports, War
Stamp Comm., Plan and Bus. Staffs of
"Rochellean," Tower Players Costume
Comm. Chair., "Rochellean" Dance
Pub. Comm. B'nai B'rith, Jr. Society,
swimming, ping pong, record collec-
tion are outside interests. Future plans,
"Still water runs deep."
Usually referred to as "Artie." Band.
Interested in gardening, bowling, trav-
eling, airolane modeling, bicycling,
merchandise selling. Plans a business
course at college.
"A little work, a little play."
"Sonnyf' to all. A Cappella, Boys' Glee
Club, J.V., Varsity Basketball, Intra-
mural Sports, G.O. Finance Comm.,
Sr. Plan. Staff. Interested in music,
football, is Pres. of Jr. Society and
Vice-Pres. of Sigma Alpha Chi. Plans
to go to Union College and study law.
'Thou pendulum betwixt a smile and
"Rochellean" Bus. Staff and Steering
Comm. of Plan. StaH, "Herald" Bus.
Staff, Theater Group, War Stamp
Comm., Current Events Club, Social
Service Club, G.O. Finance Comm.,
Sports, Adv. Biology Club. Theater,
knitting occupy her spare time. Col-
lege is the future.
MADELEINE I.. STEINAU
"Her face so fair . . . "
"Sharp's the word for her."
Familiarly known as "Stooch." G.O.
Homeroom Rep., Twirler, "Rochel-
lean" Plan. Staff, Jr. Prom Comm.,
Traffic Sqd., Soc. Serv. Club, Phi Tau,
Sub-Debs. Piano and trying to drive
are outside interests. Plans to attend
"'1'he brightness of her cheek would
shame those stars."
"Rochellean" Bus. Staff, Tower Play-
ers, Social Service Club, War Stamp
Comm., Modern Dancing and mem-
ber of Jr. Society. Plans to become a
A Cappella Choir, Girls' Glee Club,
Tower Players, "Rochellean" Bus. and
Art Staffs, Art Club, Girls' Sports,
Hi-Y, Scholarship Clubs, Corridor
Service. Interested in singing, collect-
ing glass "knick-knacks." Intends to
take vocal lessons at Juilliard School
then try for the "Met."
"A good dinner lubricates business."
Fencing Team, G.O. Rep. Building
model airplanes and ships, attending
football games. Wants to study busi-
"And he is gentle that does gentle
Usually called "Jim." Track, G.O.
Finance Comm., Senior "Kick-off"
Dance Comm. Swimming, hockey and
baseball are outside activities. Plans a
business course in a N. Y. College.
DOLORES F. STALLWORTH
"She laughed and every heart was
Knicknamed "Cookie." Social Service
Club, G.O. Rep., Jr. Prom, "Spring
Fling" Dance Comm., Girls' Sports.
Interested in dancing, movies, sports,
especially football-and Thurman!!!!
Plans to attend college.
"Her ways are of pleasantness and all
her paths are peace."
G.A.A. Advisory Board, Soc. Serv.
Club's Secy., G.O. Finance Comm.,
Tower Players, Rep. to B. Altman's
jr. Merchandising Board, "Rochel-
lean" Art Staff, Decorations Chair.
Jr. Prom. "Sno-Ball," "Spring Fling,"
"Kick-off" Dances. Phi Tau, sailing,
swimming, tobogganing. College
planned for future.
GEORGE C. TERPENNING
"A modest youth has his charms."
Usually called "Terp." Stamp, Rifle,
Conversation Clubs, Rifle Team. Tau
Pi, baseball, football, hockey, guns,
and hunting. Plans to study agricul-
WALTER P. STERN
"He is as busy as the day is long."
"Walt" to his friends. Varsity Foot-
ball, Track, Basketball, Conversation
Club, Theater Group, Chem. Club,
Ed. Staff "Rochellean," G.O. Assembly
Comm., Band. Sr. Class Plan. Comm.,
G.O. Coun., Scholar. Club, A Cappel-
la, jr. Prom Comm., G.O. Rep., Ed.
"The Turtle," Homeroom pres., V.
Pres. Track Club. Bronze Non-Athlet-
ic Award. Interests, music, sports,
autos, National Honor Soc. Comm.
Next stop, college.
JOHN STI LES
"Great men are not always wise."
Called "Johnny" by all. Band, Johnny
Martin's Orchestra. Benny Goodman's
band, jazz, drums. Music and college
complete future plans.
EPHRAIM R. SWAIN
"As happy and careless as the day is
"Plink" to his friends. Basketball,
Varsity Football, Band. Playing in
drurn corps, pool. School for prepara-
tion to be mortician.
"Always in haste but never in a
Familiarly called "Sandy." "Rochel-
lean" Art Staff, Traffic Sqd., Chorus,
Tower Players, Homeroom Secy.,
Theater Group. Roller skating, re-
sulting in two prize medals, dancing,
tennis, swimming, collecting minia-
tures. College, to study art.
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FREDERICK E. TITUS. JR.
"Large of heart and hand."
Always "Fritz." Activities, "Rochel-
1ean" Art Staff, Scholarship Club,
Dance Comm. Sleeping is main in-
terest in life. Aiming for art school
or Coast Guard.
VELMA D. TROTTIE
"Be ye all of one mind."
"Sis'i to her pals. Enioys reading,
dancing, sewing, and cooking. How-
ard University will be the next stop.
MARILYN C. STEVENS
"My days are swifter than a weaver's
Nickname is "Stevie." Tower Player,
"Good News," Girls' All-Star Basket-
ball, Baseball, Volleyball, Hockey
Teams, After-school Sports, Adv. Bi-
ology Club, "Rochellean" Plan., Ed.,
Photo, Staffs, "Herald" Ed. Staff,
Photo. Club, Orchestra, Girls' Glee,
Scholarship Clubs. Pres. of Huguenot
Hi-Y Club. Plans for college.
PAULINE F. STROBI.
" 'Tis well to be merry and wise."
War Stamp Club, War Stamp Home-
room Rep., Soc. Serv. Club's Exec.
Comm., "Rochellean" Bus. and Photo.
Staffs, Hockey, Badminton, Volleyball,
Basketball, Archery, Swimming, Schol-
arship Club. Treas. of Huguenot Hi-Y
Club, eating, photograph. Katherine
Gibbs, Jr. college, or aviation are
BETTY K. TOTH
"A merry heart doeth good like a
"Katie" to all who know her. Tower
Players, Cheerleaders, Conversation
Club Secy., Soc. Serv. Club., Sr. Foot-
ball Dance Comm., Jr. Prom Comm.,
Traffic Sqd. Interests, driving, Sub-
Debs, Phi Tau. Future plans, college
"His locks were curley as if laid in
Call him "Tom." Swimming and
Baseball Mgr., "Rochelle:-tn" Plan.
and Ed. Staffs, G.O. Finance Comm.,
Tower Players, Treas. of Chem. Club,
Current Events Club. Outside interest
is sleeping. Hopes to attend college
to major in law or business adminis-
JAMES R. ULLOM
"He wa: a .rcholar and a right good
"jimmy" all the time. Chem., Art,
Rifle, Current Events Clubs, G.O. Fi-
nancing Comm., "Rochellean" Plan.
and Bus. Staffs. Hobbies, stamp col-
lecting, painting. Headed for college
to study physics or architecture.
DAVID C. F. VIRRILI.
" 'Tir not what a man doe: .9 P P,
but what a rnan would do."
Called "Dave" most of the time. Band
l,2, Stamp Club, Chem. Club. Outside
interests, tennis, stamp collecting,
dancing, and Students Guild. Plans to
attend N.Y.U. in preparation for psy-
DAVID A. WEISER
"It': Davy thir, an' Davy that an'
'chuck 'im out, the huck'."
Baseball, Rifle Club, Scholarship Club.
Member Sigma Alpha Chi. Likes base-
ball and tennis. Plans to attend college
and go into athletics as life work.
BARBARA A. WILKINS
"Here corner the lady! 0 .fo light a
Usually "Bob." Active in Girls' Sports
and a member of all honor teams. Out-
side activities, Phi Tau, skiing, swim-
mining, baseball, basketball, tennis.
Holder of the Nat'l Indoor jr. Girls'
title. Finch jr. College and career as
ofessional tennis player will follow.
DOROTHY B. VIGGIANO
"Sweet grave aspect."
Participated in Band, Chorus, Girls'
Sports. Loves to play trumpet, listen
to the radio, collect records. Plans to
take up pharmacy.
RUTH A. VREELAND
"Her stature tall, her .serenity divine."
Member A Cappella, Soc. Serv. Club,
Art Stal? of the "Rochellean." Hi-Y
Club. Church Choir, and Young Peo-
ple's Assn. comprise outside activi-
ties. Wishes to become an art teacher.
MARGARET C. WATSON
"Who peppered the highest wa: :ure
Known to all as "Migsie." Social Serv-
ice Club, Tower Players, A Cappella
Choir, Scholarship Club, Phi Tau So-
rority, and director of 8th Grade So-
cial Service Club. Outside interest,
music. Future plans, Middlebury Col-
"He har yet to know him."
"Ziggy" to his pals. Member of Ra-
dio Club and Band. Likes pool, stamp
collecting, member of Bengal Athle-
tic Club, Seamans' Training Corps.
Just plans to settle down.
What rage for fame attend: both
great and rrnall."
"Howie" around N.R.H.S. Member of
Tower Players, Chess Club. Partici-
pated in Intramural Baseball and Bas-
ketball. Dotes on golf and Sigma Al-
pha Chi. Plans to attend business
"Of all the girl: that are .ro .trnart
there'.t none like pretty Sally."
Member of Lens and Scalpel Chapter
of Adv. Biology Club, War Stamp
Comm., A Cappella Choir, Soc. Serv.
Club, "Kick-oil" Dance Comm., "Ro-
chellean Stag" Comm., Tower Players,
All Girls' Sports. Interests, tennis, mu-
sic, dancing. Future plans are singer
"Honesty it the hen policy."
Friends call her "Babs." Riding, Bad-
minton, Ceramics, Soc. Service Clubs,
"Rochellean" Art Staff. Clubs and
hobbies are stamp collecting, photog-
raphy, swimming, tennis. jr. Society
and B'nai B'rith. College and career
in commercial art are future aims.
"lVornan'.r at bert a contradiction
Tower Players, "Rochellean" Art Staff,
Dance Comm., Pres. of her 10th Grade
Homeroom,Vice-pres. Soc. Serv. Club,
Conversation Club, Phi Tau. Outside
interests include art and driving. She
plans a junior college.
DAVID H. YOUNG
"Love u'a.r hi: Jong and all hit hear1'r
Familiarly called "Dave." G.O. Rep.,
Pres. of 9th Grade Homeroom, "Kick-
05" Dance Comm., Football, Track
Teams. Outside interests, birds, sleep-
ing and Tau Pi Fraternity. Headed for
law career after college.
"It it good to life and learn."
Pres. of Library Council, G.O. Rep.,
member Current Events, Soc. Service
Clubs, participant in Girls' Sports.
B'nai B'rith and playing piano. Col-
lege is future plan.
MARY L. WOLDENBERG
"Ol a good beginning comelh 4 good
Secy. of G.O., Exec. and Approp.
Comm. of G.O., G.A.A. Advisory
Board, Co-chair. "Sno-Ball" Dance
Comm., Secy-Treas. '45 "RochelIean,"
Vice-pres. 9th and 10th Grade Home-
rooms, Adv. Biology Club, Theater
Group, Chem. Club, Treas. '45 Schol-
arship Club, awarded "Elmira Key,"
Girls' Sports. Outside, sports and is
pres. of her church young people's
group. Plans to enter college.
JOHN E. WULP
"Genfle of Jpeerh, heneficent of
Pres. 9th Grade Homeroom, Vice-
pres. 10th Grade Homeroom, G.O.
Rep., "Roche1lean" Art Staff, Scholar-
ship Club, Tower Players, Cheerlead-
ers, Theater Group, Dance Comm.,
Swimming Team. Outside interests,
Tau Pi, art, especially cartooning. His
future plans, college.
"Diligence i.r the mother of good
Known as "A.Wolf." A Cappella, Glee
Club, Tower Players, Scoreboard Sqd.,
G.O. Rep. Vitally interested in "Wine,
women and song." Plans to be an
Army Specialist School student as of
ELAINE A. YAFFA
"Write me ar one who love: her
Ed. Staff of "Huguenot Herald," Ed.
and Plan. Staffs of "Rochellean," War
Stamp Comm., Social Service Club,
Theater Group, Scholarship Club.
Hopes to go to college.
M. PATRICIA ZINN
"Such fight: at youthful poelr dream." Q,
Known as "Pat." "Rochellean" Bus., it
Plan. Staffs, Adv. Biology Club, Tower "
Players, Tower Players' Usher, War s
Stamp Comm., Soc. Service, Current 5" Q'
Events, Scholarship Clubs. Outside in- V '
terests, theater going, piano, the Army.
Next step is college, and teaching dra-
matics in elementary schools.
"l'll :peak in a montlrour litlle
Known as "Ive." Photo. Club, Current
Events Club, Sigma Alpha Chi. Hob- , v'
bies, writing, aviation, cartooning. 97 X' '
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avocations of flying and cartooning. V
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MARY A. EARLE
"She war a phantom of delight when
hrs! the gleamed upon my tight."
Known as "Toni." Came to New Ro-
chelle High School in Sr. year. In
other school participated in tennis,
swimming, basketball, Chem. Club,
Soc. Serv. Club. Collects jazz records
for a hobby. She plans college.
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September 6 Students decide that xt 1sn t a vacation that they took
September 28 The semors Klck Off Football team objects to the competxtnon
September 29 Leonard starts her campalgn for Beshar
October 3 Semor boys look for elrgxble dates War Wldows meetmg has full attendance
October 19 Sterns Marauders go out on a rald Bootleg No McCarthys shoe Gaynor
crestablancas up Tower staxrs
November 5 War Widows meetmg postphoned Rochellean Stag Dance well attended
November 14 Doc Spear stlll trymg to employ a heavy water llfter In desparatnon mserts
ad 1n Scandalous Trssue
November 30 Boys dormatorles mvaded There s Good News tonight'
December 1 McKenna Day New Rochelle pays trxbute to former coach
December 3 Beshar starts hrs campaxgn for Leonard Ah ha we knew xt d come to thls
December 7 Mr Eckels retlres Dr Cllsh arrives Spots before your eyes no just boys
December 12 Rochellean proofs begm arrlvmg a few at a time to lessen the shock
274 semors srgn up for retakes
December 20 Ruth McKmney comes to school at 2 39
beglns Lucky glrl at 2 40
wants to know when vacation
January 1 Axelrod s home bursting wlth voclferous crxes of Happy New Year' Stem
January 2 Sarr Bud and Al break unrevealed resolutxons
january 28 Mldyears Semors find out that you come to school for an education
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January 28 Students declde to take Mr Shoop s advlce they all Hunk now and avoid the
J une rush
February 8 Toth and Stugard advertxse their special recnpe for elderberry wme Bachelors
February 27 Gxrls notncmg Mandaranos dnmples and cute smnle form the Mandarano
Apprecxatxon Club Carr and Butler fight over presrdency
March 4 Heavy snow storm Geller and Gray come to school nn red turtle neck sweaters
March 15 Redfield finally breaknng down gxves lecture on careful drwmg uses DeBen
ham as perfect example
March 20 Veterans mvade N R H S Llfe begms at that s enough lxfe begms at last'
March 21 Senior boys realxze that there are semor gurls but veterans have the mls sltua
tion well ln hand
Aprxl 1 Teachers double homework Pupuls thunk nts Aprnl Fool s Joke pupnls fools Weary
semors stalk the hall stnll recntmg To be or not to be IS that a questxong
Aprxl 12 Sons of Beechers also daughters return from the dead Pop passes them on hxs
way m Finnegan found at bottom of lake clutchlng precious copy of Marlanela
Apnl 20 Mannmg stlll workmg on hrs supersaturated solutxons After long hard fight
Gaynor finally crestablancas down Tower stairs
May 13 McCarthy finds lost shoe Now too small Stern s Marauders smg commercials on
nn to look at carved heart wxth xmtnals J L Success at last'
June 17 Regents Semors feverlshly trudge the last male
June 25 Class of 46 dons purple and whnte for the last time Bragman gets her chance at
the pool table
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The Class of 1946 is the first peacetime class to be
graduated from New Rochelle Hugh School after almost
four years of war The Seniors also comprise the fifty
first graduating class and the second class to spend five
years m the same bulldmg under the reorganized school
Early m the year President Robert Beshar Vlce Presl
dent Robert Redfield and Secretary Peggy Kahles made
plans to return to the pre war traditions The class con
srstmg of two hundred and seventy five members mclud
mg veterans and accelerated students 15 the first group
rn two years to resume the tradition of girls marchmg
with boys on commencement mght
The Senior Class sponsored the second annual football
dance called The Kickoff Dance featurmg the music
of Johnny Martin and his orchestra
Decorations had a football game motif Goal posts were
at the north and south sldes of the boys gymnasium and
an immense football hung from the center of the ceiling
Alfred Brlght was chalrman of The Kickoff and
Shlrley Stugard and David Purdy served as decorations
chairmen Jane Jenney and Jacqueline Brooks supervised
the publicity, whlle Joan Butler and Ned Closter Margot
Spitz and Samuel Stem attended to the musxc and finan
cnal arrangements, respectwely
Jane Jenney and Walter Stern were co chairmen of the
Promenade, which had an under sea theme Decorations
of seahorses, seaweed fishes, and mermards were planned
by a committee headed by Peggy Shorter and Roy Llttle
Judy Fuller and John DeBenham co chairmen made ar
rangements for the music supplied by Johnny Martm and
The prom had a large booster response which made
members of the dance commlttee proud of their achieve
ment Joan Butler and Joseph OBrien served as co
charrmen of the program commlttee Marilyn Stevens and
David Purdy were m charge of the publlclty group while
William LeSuer and Dudley Seward were co chalrmen of
On December 3 1945, eighteen semors entered the fifth
annual Westinghouse Science Talent Search Contest spon
sored by the Scrence Clubs of America Snx of the New
Rochelle Hlgh School contestants were recrplents of hon
orable mention, and they mclude Robert Beshar Ruth
Brertenfeld Donald Chapin, Claus Manasse, Edward Pels,
and James Ullom
Thlrteen members of the Class of 1946 chosen by fel
low students as most likely to rank high on the test and
benefit from the award took the competrtwe Pepsi Cola
Scholarship exammatron Bob Beshar Peggy Kahles Wal
ter Stem Carol Ann Amster, Davld Purdy Mary Lou
Woldenberg, Lon Courant Robert Goldman James
Ullom Edward Pels Robert Redfield Peggy Shorter, and
Cornelia Brown competed ln the exammatlon for the
The Class of 1946 noted for its talented and ambrtxous
members also has some professxonal musicians Lon Cou
rant Natalle Baum and John Draddy were the featured
soloists at the annual wmter concert of the band and
The senior class IS one of the first groups to have ful
filled nts pledge of one hundred per cent subscription to
the yearbook Compnsed chrefiy of semors, the Rochel
lean staffs surpassed a goal of Sl 800
This years graduating class also boasts artists actors
and actresses Journalists and scholars Roy Llttle received
a gold certlficate of ment for a pamtmg he submitted to
the annual Regronal Exhibit of the Scholastic Art Awards
A majorxty of the semors have been cast in the prrncr
pal roles In the Tower Players productlons Richard Mc
Carthy Judy Fuller Bernard Bogm Marilyn Revere and
Mark Perlberg were the leading stars in the cast of two
hundred students rn the musical comedy Good News
In the mystery farce Arsemc and Old Lace Shxrley
Stugard Betty Kay Toth Sally Wersburgh Frances Pel
lens Richard ONe1ll and Kurt Barthelmeus are only a
few of the cast who received honors for the skilfully nn
Betty Abelson Ruth Brertenfeld Joan Fuerst Naomi
Bragman Robert Beshar and John Wulp had the leading
roles m the drama Harriet
The last Tower Player production of the season The
Corn Is Green starred Robert Schnelder Ernest Lehman
Jean Leonard Bette Wilkes Sandra Schuman Patricia
Zmn Joan Helgans Mary Lou Finnegan Wrllram LeSeur
and Bernard Bogm as the prmclpal characters
The Huguenot Herald boasts a staff composed of
practically all semors The staff members were delegates
to the twenty second annual Columbia Scholastic Press
Association Convention at Columbia Umversrty where
the Herald won first place on the rating lust of school
A majority of the members of the Class of 1946 have
served on the senlor committees m assistance ln carrying
out the plans of the group
The decorations of the formal dance topped those of
all the previous dances sponsored by the senior class The
prom had a romantic theme with a very elaborate setting
As co chairmen of the decoratxons committee Sylvia
Pfeiffer and Fred Tltus helped to plan and execute the
decorations while Lorraine Maaz and Jean Ralph headed
the group m charge of publxclzmg the prom Program
committee co chairmen Jean Leonard and Joan Bund
schuh recelved a large response from the boosters and
patrons Betsy Spannaus and Al Bright made arrange
ments for the music Burton Bloom and Kurt Barthelmeus
were ln charge of the refreshments James Ullom served
as the treasurer
The mnumerable and memorable hours spent m room
fourteen playmg pool and basking ln the sun ln the
Court yard will never be forgotten by the semors This
year the class commenced a room fourteen tradition by
placmg a large llnoleum board forty eight mches ln length
and thlrty srx mches nn wrdth for mitral carving on the
wall ln the semors private domain The hearts Greek let
ters, and mrtnals engraved on the board will remam as a
mark of the members of the Class of 1946
To the graduates the memory of the Senior Class Day
wlll stand out with special significance for It rnarks their
entrance mto the great field of the world The marchmg
down the ansle on Class Day the smgmg of the class ditty
and song the presentations and acceptances of the class
gift and Key of Knowledge and the traditional semor
party wlll live long rn thexr hearts as rrch memories
Members of the fifty first graduating class of New Ro-
chelle Hlgh School will look back with pride upon their
Alma Mater where they have spent five years of leammg,
of traxnrng to meet the problems of a constantly changing
world where they have built a mutual fnendshlp among
the teachers and students and a lively spxrlt of school
loyalty In the subsequent years they will remmxsce about
the sports the dances the clubs the Beechmont lunches,
the excurslons around the twm lakes
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Buddy Gottesman Peggy Kahleg
Judy Fuller Al Bright
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at the fourth annual Wlnter Prom honormg the
January graduates The gym was transformed lnto
Kung Neptunes kxngdom by the decoration com
mrttee Mermalds graced the walls drfferent colored
stuffed fish hung from the rafters and nets draped
the doorways A vnshxng well mto which dancers
dropped penmes and vushed for good grades stood
ln the mlddle of the floor
johnny Martm s Orchestra played for the affair
at vshxch the graduates were guests of honor
WINTER PROM COMMITTEE
jane Ienney and Walter Stern Co Charrmen
Peggy Shorter and Roy Lxttle
Co Charrmen oi Decorations
joan Butler and joe O Brlen
Co Chairmen of Program
Blll LeSeur and Doug Seward
Co Chairmen ol Refreshments
Marllyn Stevens and Davld Purdy
Co Chairmen of Publrcrty
Judy Fuller and John DeBenham
Co Chairmen of Music
Bob Redfield Rlchard John Peggy
Kahles Carol Amster joan Helgans
Donald Chapin Bob Beshar
First row-Edward Pels Walter Stem
Frank Fitchen, Robert Goldman. Sec-
ond row-Grace Greene, Jane Jenny
Dolores Stallworth. Also Mary Lou
Finnegan, Laurel Currey, John Man-
darano, Paul Harrington, and Barbara
Under a sky of stardust, the Class
of '46 will hold its Senior Prom, june
20th. This prom will be the crowning
highlight of five years of successful
social functions and will climax a some-
what tedious but always enjoyable
high school career. The theme, under
the direction of Sylvia Pfeiffer and
Fred Titus will be developed along the
lines of romance. Weather permitting,
the court will be open and will be
decorated in the same manner as the
Johnny Martin's band will probably
supply the music for this gala affair
which will begin at nine and close at
Standing Sam Stein Robert Gold
man Franklin Fitchen Walt Stern
Bob Beshar Richard McCarthy Al
Bright Bob Redfield Sitting Peggy
Kahles Comelia Brown Gladys Scott
Peggy Shorter Naomi Bragman Mary
First Tow Carl Flemlster David
Young Bemard Bogm joe O'Br1en
Second row Doris Brown Betty Abel
son Comelia Brown Vilma Gramlich
Naomi Bragman and Peggy Shorter
Also Sam Stein Kitty Carr and Alan
Now that we re semors proud and great
We feel that at last we really rate
And as we leave N R H S
We bequeath the secrets of our success
We leave Pete and Betty Ellle and Erme
Goxng mad as dxd joan Alan Nao and Bernxe
To all loyal French students we leave 107
As for Greta Brenner we leave her to heaven
To Betty Adamsen thls class hereby wllls
The best of Marge Besas s athletic sl-ulls
In order to gxve Allan Dunn a slight ralse
We glve htm twelve mches of Charlxe Kusche s
So that Benslnger may all the damsels dlsarm
We leave Wmme Lane who has a good start
John Rxccxo s spot rn Mrs Welnstem s heart
Because he has everythmg we leave nothing to Cab
We leave Dxclne Hmkle m the physlcs lab
We bequeath Ed Reilly s rattly car
just cause It rhymes to Buzzy Lebhar
From Kitty Carr go all the vets
For Nancy Meler to catch ln her nets
Henderson s sophlstlcatlon goes to Freddxe Coots
We leave Mxttlemark lillmg Joan Fuersts boots
The glass of fashxon Walter Stem
We leave to be followed perhaps OJ by Veme
We will Lou Lou Woldenbergs abxlxty
To mcrease her sxsters versatlllty
Some of the energy of Peggy Kahles
For cheerleadlng we glve to Foster and Wallace
Those bnllxant red blushes whlch trouble Mac
We confer cause they re cute on hero Phil Sack
We glve Elaine Yatfa s rank ln the class
To Mabel Selig that clever young lass
We leave joy Plza s famous come hither glances
To get Laurle Brooks blgger n better romances
We leave New Rochelle High to the whole junior
And a record they ll have to strxve hard to surpass
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But what well be doxng ln 56
Doctor lawyer Indnan chxef
Rxchman, poorman, beggarman thxef
Llonel Mohrs a maker of laws
Trymg ln Senate to out talk Claus
Fuller s a hlt on the musical stage
And Roy Llttle s fashnons are quxte the rage
johnny Martm s send em at the Astor,
Whlle Carl Flemlster now lS a leadmg pastor
joe Mannmg s curmg everyones xlls
Mlml IS teachlng athletlc
In the musical field we ve
Stemau s smgmg, Courant
john Wulp tears to pleces
Betty Abelson follows the
We hnd Jxmmy Ullom an
qulte a showmg
all Broadway s new plays,
footsteps of Hayes
And Beshar IS now President elect
For Fxrst Lady jean Leonard IS madly campaxgnmg
Because R P Beshars morale needs ITl3ll"lt8lI'llI'lg
Arthur Roswell IS making montages for Look
Carol Amster has wntten a best selllng book
George Hsleh IS doxng research work
Pat Lxnn has succeeded Emerson Burke
Barbara Wllkens at tennxs xs stlll a great star,
Ivan Pels has mvented a moon gomg car
Geller and Gray publxsh each morn
A column of hmts to the deeply lovelorn
Nlck Samelas a hero, a grldxron ruler,
And Todd Mahoney s famous as everyone s Jeweler
fzoldfogle mterprets for the UNO
And Nao the artnst glves her own show
Edward Pels sphts atoms and advances chem
Whlle Sylvia Pfelffer Crusades for P M
Gramllch s the best dressed woman this year
Bob Schnelder as movxe tycoon has no peer
Of course Mary Ann Earle s stlll a femme fatale
And Fred Astaire s bowed to our fleet footed A1
Mac s the most elxgxble bachelor m town,
jerry Altelns a radio clown
Gaynor edits the New York Tzmes
Your frustrated authors stxll look tor rhymes
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To the Class of 19-46:
You represent the first class to enter the present
from the Ne ' ' ' 1 A
vv Rochelle High School, You have passed through 1
period beset by the many problems accompaning a global war. This
experience has added to your education by giving you a larger vision
of world geography' and world affairs. You have learned to sacrifice
and share with others. During this eriol
to e l
p 4 you have also learned
va uate a democracy and you have emerged from this second
World VUar with an abidin faith '
g in our way of life. The barri
to our continent have b
You are entering the era vvhere great adv lncement in scien
and industry will be mad W
a e to play your role success
Bertram L Taylor
Principal New Rochelle High School
To the Class of 1946
Yours has been a most enviable record as a class for five years
In my experience l have never been associated with a group of
seniors that has the class loyalty and the ability to make such 1
success of every class project Because of all of you these five years
have been happy ones for me Although you are leaving us there
will always be a place for you in our affection in New Rochelle H
School As you go forth I f
eel that you will so live that America will
be better because of you
I Loretta Coons
Ior generations graduates have been told that they were com
pleting high school during the most
een lessened and you have been brought
closer to the other peoples of the world.
e ith your background of training vvhich
you have received from the thorough and f
aithtul instruction of
y ur teachers I am sure you will be bl
eventful period in history
er aps at the time it appeared true All of us know however that
at no time in world history was civilization being weighed in the
balance as it is today We are on the brink of a new and better
vvorld or-chaos and disaster
Having been priviliged to work closely with you fors veral months
I am less fearful of the outcome than when associating with adults
I know from my association with you that your outlook on life
and humanity are such that human dignity and the worth of
the individual are not meaningless phrases
Your natural sense of fairness and willingness to cooperate for
the common good are typical of the youth of America Our youth
hav e served democracy and I am confident you will help make it work
'Ihe past few months have been very happy ones for me because
of the vvork vve have been able to do together May the years ahead
bring to you happiness and success in your chosen fields of endeavor
Herbert C Clish
Superintendent of Schools
MARY ALBERTSON CMrs.J
REGINALD P. BAKER
Art and Mechanical Drafting
Pratt Institute: Teachers College,
Denison University, Columbia
B. S., M, A.
Otterbein, New York University
B. S., M. A.
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Vocal Music, Theory of Music,
A. B.. M. A.
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SADONIS H. BURROUGHS CMrs.J
Cornell University. New York
B. A., M. A.
University of Iowa, New York
B. A., M. A.
WINFRED H. DOUD
Potsdam Normal, University of
Michigan, Columbia, New York
University, St. Lawrence University
A. B., M. A.
FLORENCE MOREY ERRANT
Health, Physical Education
University of Illinois, Columbia
A. B., M. A.
A -Cr f' ,
EDITH MACDONALD CARSON
Oberlin College, Columbia
A. B., M. A.
HENRY DUR FEE
SAMUEL H. GIANGRECO
Manhattan College, Columbia
A. B., M. A.
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ARTHUR B. HUSSEY
Bates, Brown, Columbia University
A. B., M. A.
JOHN A. KELLER
Pennsylvania State College, State
B. S., M. Ed.
JEANNETTE L. MCGILL CMrs.J
Oberlin, Columbia University,
New York University
A. B., M. A.
ELSIE GLEASON CMrs.J
University of Kansas, Columbia
Bowdoin, Columbia University
A. B., M. A.
GORDON A. HARVIE
Fitchburg State Teachers College,
Columbia University, New York
University, Boston University
CLARA V. JONES
A. B., M. A.
Mt. Holyoke, Teachers College,
A. B., M. A.
University of Texas
University of Michigan
A. B., M. A.
Band, Orchestra, Twirling,
State Teachers College, Teachers
College, Columbia University
B. S., M. A.
CLARICE W. HAY fMrs.J
Georgia State Womans College,
University of Georgia, Teachers
College, Columbia University
A. B., M. A.
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JOHN F. MONTGOMERY
A. B., M. A.
Seton Hall, Columbia University,
School of Journalism, Teachers
College, Columbia University
B. Lit., M. A.
DANIEL P. O'BRIEN
Savage School of Physical Educa-
tion, Columbia University
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MARGUERITE M. O'KEEFFE
Math, Social Studies
BARBARA A. MOORE CMrs.!
A. B., M. A.
J. LUCILLE MURPHY
College of New Rochelle, Columbia
College of New Rochelle
A. B., M. A.
RUTH T. OSBORNE
Vassar College, Columbia
A. B., M. A.
FREDERICK V. PETERS
New York University, Columbia
CHARLES R. SHAW
Teachers College of Connecticut,
University of Colorado, Columbia
B. Ed., M. A.
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DOROTHY T. PARR
Teachers College, Columbia
B. S., M. A.
HALLIE L. S. ROSS tMrs.J
Browning Normal, Boston Univer-
sity, Clark University, Columbia
M. A. in History and Education
JOHN E. SHOOP
ckinson College, University of
Chicago, Columbia University
B. S., M. S., M. A.
ORA C. STRONG
University of Oklahoma
B. A., M. A.
LEON J. STURTEVANT
Tufts College, Columbia University
B. S., M. A.
ANNE M. UGLUM
University of North Dakota,
B. S., M. A.
HELEN A. SMITH
Cornell University, Fordham
B. A., M. A.
CARLETON S. SPEAR
B. S., M. S., Ph. D.
ETHEL M. ST. CLAIR
Social Studies, Math
Carleton College, Columbia
B. A.. M. A.
NINA CAROLYN STARK
University of Wisconsin, University
of Michigan, Columbia University
B. A., M. A.
Ohio State University, Columbia Pratt Institute
B. A., M. A.
EDITH M. STURTEVANT
Tufts College, Columbia University
B. S., M. A.
ALBERT H. TURNER
Harvard College, Columbia Univer-
sity, New York University
B. S., M. A., M. S.
JOSEPH K. VALENTINE
Connecticut Teachers College
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Physical Education, Health
B. S., M. A.
ISABELLE M. WHITMORE
Cortland Normal, Syracuse Univer-
sity, Columbia University
JEAN MACMASTER WILSON
Sorbonne, France, Columbia Uni-
versity, New York University
B. S., R. N.
MARIE W. BOWERS
Ohio Wesleyan, Columbia
A. B., M. A.
eachers College, Columbia Uni-
versity, Indiana State College,
A. B., M. A., B. S.
A. B., M. A., Ph. D.
HENRY G. WELLMAN
Harvard University, Columbia 1
University, New York University
B. S., A. M., Ed. D.
Iowa State Teachers College,
B. A., M. A.
B. S., M. A.
ELIZABETH M. BRYAN
College of New Rochelle
JANE L. CONARD
Ohio Wesleyan, Simmons
A. B., B. S.
FRANK W. ELSON
GRACE R. ZIMMELE CMrs.J
New York University
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College of New York
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FLORENCE C. GARRIS
A. B., M. A.
MARIAN B. LINDEMUTH
Industrial Arts Secretary
Indiana University, Columbia Vassar College
University B. A.
A. B., M. A.
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A. B., M. A.
MILDRED C. JOHNSTON fMr
English, Social Studies
Boston University, New York
B. S., M. A.
GLADYS J NEWELL
Bnghtwater State Teachers
College Columbxa Umvcrsxty
LUCILLE SURMAN CMrsJ
Cornell Umverslty Columbla
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HELEN C OREILLY
Social Studies World History
Smith College Columbia Umversxty
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MURIEL F THOMPSON
College of New Rochelle
LOUISE M WILKINSON QMISJ
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Hunter College Columbia
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The Executlve Commlttee of the General Orgamzatxon conslsts of the GO
officers Rlchard McCarthy Presldent, Cabell Woodward Vxce presldent, and
Mary Lou Woldenberg, Secretary, and the pres1dents of the three upper classes
Robert Beshar, senlor, Robert Benslnger, Junlor and Harold Dachenhausen and
Rxchard Gordon sophomores One addltlonal member represents each of the upper
classes Robert Redfield Peter Schlff, and Robert Troupe
Thls commlttee must approve all appolntments of the Presldent of the GO
act as a general advlsory board, and handle all G O matters not provlded for 1n
the Const1tut1on and By laws
Standmg Peter Schlff Bob Bensmger Dlck Gor
don Bob Redfield Srttmg Bob Beshar Cab Wood
ward Mary Lou Woldenberg Dxck McCarthy Mlss
One of the busxest commlttees ln the school IS the General Orgamzatlon Fmance
Commlttee It IS thls group whxch has charge of sellmg and collectmg tlckets at
football and basketball games and countlng and preparmg the money for bank
Members of the Fmance Commlttee deserve much cred1t, for when they work
at football games they see only the last quarter and those on duty at basketball
see but llttle of the varslty and none of the Jumor varslty games It IS uncommon
for them to have an appreclable dlfference between the amount that IS supposed
to be 1n the cash box and the amount that IS really there
Sponsored by M1ss Clara Jones and Miss Adelald LeCount the commlttee has
twenty sxx members Among them are Gaynor Ullom Pratt Turley, Pels Hel
gans Kaufmann Leffler, Charm and Schneewmd Also act1ve are We1nz1mmer,
Hofstadter Cole Helmowxtz, Currey Frasca Scott and Connolly Completmg the
commlttee are Spellman, LeSeur, Vxrrll, Lachner, Reld, Mayer, and Langworthy
Fzrst tow Leopold Schneewmd Lanchner I-Iexmowltz
Charm Wemzlmmer Mayer Ullom Pratt Scott Seconc
row Gaynor Ullman Pels Helgans Cole Turley Kauf
man Wolfson Third row Hofstadter Stemdecker Hack
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Wbldenherg, Alan Gaynor, Dick McCarthy, Dick Reichart. Also,
Miss Uglum, Mr. O'Brien, jimmy Sparkman, Cab Woodward.
Kow one-Dick McCarthy, Herman Falk. Row twa-
Back row -jim Munro, Mary Lou Woldenberg,
Richard McCarthy, Walt Stern. Front row-joan
Butler Gerald Frank, Nancy Woldenberg, Carl
Gordon Cab Woodward.
The General Organization Appropriations Committee passes on all budgets
submitted by the various school organizations, athletic and non-athletic. Members
of this committee are the G.O. ofhcers, McCarthy, Woodward, and Woldenberg,
faculty members Miss Ann Uglum and Mr. Daniel P. O'Brien of the physical edu-
cation department, and students Curry, Gaynor, Selig, Sparkman, Green, and
Reichart, two from each of the three upper grades respectively.
The job of providing more interesting assemblies for the student body was
assigned to the G.O. Assembly Committee. Programs representing the interests
of students from eighth graders to seniors were presented.
Guidance, sports, music, world affairs, and interracial activity were a few of
the sources of material chosen.
Stan Coben, jean Ralph, Tom Turley, joe O'Brien.
To create more student interest in the minor sports of the school was the pur
pose of the G.O. Sports Promotion Committee, through whose daily bulletin
reminders and posters, students were encouraged to attend cross-country, swim
ming, and track meets. The YMCA was filled to capacity as students witnessed
the NRHS swimming team establish a good record against teams from other
schools. Spring brought many students to the bleachers to watch track meets
and baseball games.
The brainchild of Joseph O'Brien, the Sports Promotion Committee awakened
interest by using clever posters and by giving details of itinerary to out-of-town
games and meets.
Frrst row McMahon Sack Durnwlrth Stoller Munro
Cosnahan Redfield Gaynor Gordon OBr1en Wolf
son jones RIVETS Goldman Hummel Kessler Con
nolly Oestrexcher Second row Remach McLean
Zuckerman Channell MSTVIH M1ller Mlss Coons
Batzaman Thrrd row Langworthy Fmnegan Rogers
Lane McCarthy Woldenberg Woodward Farley Tot
erkx Glles Mayer Landow Green
G O REPRESENTATIVES
The GO representatxves comprlse the Con
gress of the New Rochelle H1gh School student
government and represent the VOICG ldeas and
bel1efs of the entlre student body All the grades
exght through twelve have an equal representa
t1on ln the GO Councxl for each homeroom
elects annually one rel1able and responslble G O
representat1ve and an alternate
At the b1 weekly meetmgs the students d1scuss
the problems pertalmng to the general welfare of
the school The GO presfdent also reports to
the reoresentatwes the conclusxons reached by
the All C1ty Student Councll at the monthly
meetmgs Dr Herbert C Clxsh Superlntendent of
Schools pres1des over the meet1ngs of the group
whlch lncludes the GO ofiicxals of the c1tys
three hlgh schools These meetmgs are of great
value as they enable the students to be well 1n
formed and to have an opportunlty to commun1
cate w1th the Supermtendent through the Coun
C11 and the G O Pres1dent
The dut1es of the GO representat1ves are
many and varled It IS thelr task to sell GO
membershlp cards and to return them to the
proper owners after football and basketball
games, the choral and 1nstrumental concerts, and
the Tower Player productlons Because they d1d
so well wxth the sale of the act1v1t1es tlckets 1n
September, the G O representatlves ass1sted the
'Rochellean" Busmess Staff ln the subscr1pt1on
dr1ve of the yearbooks D1str1but1ng coples of the
school paper, the "Huguenot Herald," among the
members of the homeroom IS another Job wh1ch
the representatlves are responslble for
At 1ts fourth regular meet1ng of the school
year held 1n December 1945 the GO Council
voted unammously to 1nstall a chapter of the
Natlonal Honor Soc1ety m NRHS A COmmltt6e
of live students cons1st1ng of Mary Lou Wolden
berg Robert Beshar Robert Redfield Walter
Stern and Cabell Woodward were appomted by
G O Pres1dent Rlchard McCarthy to collaborate
w1th Dr Clxsh xn plann1ng the adoptlon of the
soc1ety The Class of 1946 has rece1ved benefits
from th1s organlzatlon whose members are elect
ed by a board of teachers on the bas1s of scholar
shxp leadershlp character c1t1zensh1p and serv
1ce to the school
The Councll has attempted to adjust the Non
Athletlc Award system balancmg It so as to glve
the awards on an even scale An outstand1ng deed
on the Counc1ls roster of act1v1t1es was the char
terlng of buses prov1d1ng dxrect transportatlon to
the Wh1te Plalns New Rochelle football game on
November 17 1945
The representat1ves lnclude Al1ce Wells Bob
Rxvers Nancy Woldenberg Allan Dunn Hagop
Batzam1an D3Vld Oestrlcher 'Tllen Perry Ber
nard Bogm, Bob Sexpel, Stanley C8lfnS, Ann Clay
don, Loxs Rogers, W1ll1am M1ller, john Randall
Pat F1nnegan, Frank Hummel, Sterl1ng Aldrrch,
James Munro, Ed1th Landon, Matt Kessler, Don
Dan1elson, Ph1l Sack, Dot Weshner, Phyll1s
Conte, Robert Troup, Joe O'Br1en, Walter Stern,
W1nn1e Lane, Cynthla Green, Mlchael Stoller,
Bob Goldman, Gene Langworthy, Carl Gordon,
joan Bell, Roy Dunwlrth, Bob Redfield, Nancy
G1les, Pat Meyer, Mary Ann Totechx, Fred Mar
v1n, Helen Troy, Judy Channel, B111 McLean,
Frank Capra, and jerry McMahon
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Mary Smith and her adviser walked down the main
hall in the direction of the gym. As they walked along,
the adviser said:
"Since you are new to New Rochelle High School. and
the class of 1947, you will probably want to know some
of the more prominent members of your class. I'll point
them out to you as we walk, and you interrupt me when-
ever you have a question to ask."
Mary was quick to accept this suggestion as she said,
"Who is the blonde boy standing by the door?"
"You have picked a good starter." answered the ad-
viser. "That is Bob Bensinger, president of your class,
and a varsity football, basketball. and baseball man. Talk-
ing to him is Cab Woodward, vice president of the G.O.
who is also a letterman in those three sports and a popu-
lar boy around the school.
"Those five boys approaching them now complete the
list of juniors on the football team, They are Carl Gordon,
Herb Block, Raymond johnson, Bert Lebhar, and jack
"Do they participate in any other sports?" queried Mary.
"Oh, yes. Carl is a swimming champ as well as juniors
Don Osborne, Bill Leffler, Gil Casiraghi, and jerry Mac-
Mahon, our star diver. Carl also throws the shot on the
track team. and other outstanding tracksters are Raymond
johnson Alan Dunn. Don Wyner, Dave Alcott, jim
Sparkman. and Ben Howe.
"Bert is co-captain of the basketball team. and Herb is
also a basketball player. so you can see that your class
has many outstanding athletes."
"Who are the other Junior Class officers?" Mary wanted
"Phil Sack, an outstanding basketball and baseball
player. is the vice-president and Nancy Meier, that tall,
dark girl over there. is your secretary."
"I'm beginning to feel proud of my class already,"
beamed Mary, "What are some of the other activities they
"Jerry MacMahon, Marlex Wallace, Betty Barshad,
Dick O'Neill, and Bea Foster are on the cheerleading
squad, and Dick is also well-known for his performances
in Tower Players, our school's dramatics organization.
Don Osborne, Winnie Lane, Pete Schiff, James Michelman,
Betty Barshad, and Ernie Lehman are on the editorial
staff of the "Huguenot Herald" and Betty and Ernie are
co-business managers of the paper." continued the adviser.
"Dor1't the females in our class have any outstanding
athletes?" asked Mary.
"Of course." her adviser replied. "The girls can boast
Nancy Woldenberg. Bertha Boschwitz, and Betty Adam-
sen, all three of whom are excellent athletes."
By this time Mary and her adviser had encountered a
group of chattering girls, one of whom stepped up to intro-
"I'm joan Mittelmarkf' she said. "and I've noticed that
you're new to the class of '47, Perhaps you'd like me to
show you around, as I know your adviser has many other
things to do."
Mary's adviser smiled and left her in joan's care,
"Come with me," said joan. and I'll introduce you to
the members of the Junior Prom Committee. This is
Nancy Woldenberg. one of the most popular girls in our
class, Meet Larry Fink. manager of the football and swim-
ming teams, and Bea Foster, who is also a wonderful
Mary said a word of greeting to each as joan kindly
introduced her around.
"Winnie Lane is on the committee," continued joan,
"as well. as Valmore Supernant, who plays junior Varsity
basketball with Gerry Chesterman and Dan Colangelo.
jimmy Sparkman. who co-chairmanned our 'Basketball
Bounce' earlier in the year, and Verne Lauten are on the
committee, also Lillian Graves, Carl Gordon. our athlete,
Jack Ostrom. Winnie Wildman, and Bert Lebhar, whom
your adviser has pointed out to you, I'm sure. This is Gil
Casiraghi. and over there are Trudi Levi, Hagop Batza-
nian, and Betty Barshad. This completes the list. except, of
course. for Bob. Phil. and Nancy, who serve ex-officio."
Mary smiled at joan, and they walked together toward
the group of girls which Joan had been talking to before.
They all questioned Mary as to what she thought of New
Rochelle High School.
"Oh, I think the school is beautiful," she replied. "I
like my teachers, my adviser. my program, and all the
activities. But the thing that I like best about New Ro-
chelle is my own class, the Class of 1947!"
red en ting
Th1s year s Sophomore class succeeded in
breaking a precedent by electing co presidents
namely Dick Gordon and Harold Dachenhausen
Never before in the history of class elections has
this occurred The class secretary was Betty Ann
Austin Although the Class of 48 received a late
start they have taken an important part in school
activities A very athletic group they have con
teams The girls too have taken an HCTIVS part
Not confining their talents to sports the Sophs
have also participated m many of the other ac
tlV1t16S offered by N R H S
The Sophs made up a large percentage of the
chorus ln Good News The chormes included
Emmy Lou Toth Cynthia Greene Betty Ann
Austin Pat Hunt and Patty Hummel john Zisel
man gave an outstanding performance in the
Tower Players product1on of Arsenic and Old
Smce their entrance into New Rochelle High
way back in the elghth grade the Class of 48
has been an outstanding one They have shown
thusiasm and just about everything that goes to
make up a successful and well rounded class It
seems 1nev1table that the Class of 48 will con
tmue im the next two years to contribute even
more of their energy and enthusiasm for the bene
fit of New Rochelle High School and will leave
behind them an excellent record worthy of much
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Larry Lxef Nancy Hale jim Munroe
Now all grown up the class of 49 has become
well acquainted wlth the busmess of NRHS
Their 1n1t1at1ve and sp1r1t have made all Fresh
man aCt1Vlt16S successful Many members par
tlcxpated ln varlous school events The class mu
slcally mclmed had many members 1n the band
and orchestra and Glenn Chequer Irls Roth and
Berman Walters were among the nmth grade
members of the A Cappella Cholr Gllda Mar
tlrano sang at many of the socxal functlons at
Jim Munroe was elected presrdent whxle Larry
Llef held the posxtlon of vice presldent and
Nancy Hale secretary Hester Brown and Sally
Carr were president and secretary of the Jumor
Socral Servlce Club formed thls year Athletic
Helen Troy Elame Peyman and Clara Jo Hlrsh
were members of the basketball honor team The
boys weren t to be outdone for Roy Wallach Bob
Brrdges and George Gottesman were partxclpants
1n mtramural sports
In the drarnatlc field Beverly Nickerson and
Pat Mayer displayed thelr danclng ab1l1ty ln the
Tower Player s productlon Good News Charlxe
Carr had the dlstmctlon of bemg the sole Fresh
man on the Cheerleadmg Squad Elmore Bertxne
and Nan O Keefe brought laurels to the class as
Freshman w1nners nn the One God contest
The Freshman class deserves 1ts well earned
reputatlon for they are ambltlous and work to
the best of thexr ab1l1ty to achleve merlt and suc
cess They mtend to prove to N R H S that they
w1ll increase the success not only of thexr class
but of the whole school
The Lost Angeles of NRHS showed us
that they had found themselves after the first
week of school and were determmed to compete
for honors m all school 3CtlV1tl6S Mlss Ella Mur
ray s homeroom proved the enthuslastrc and pa
tr1ot1c splrxt of the class for they were 10070 ln
They ve contrnbuted thelr Journalxstlc skxll to
the Huguenot Herald for Rlchard Yaffa Blll
Mxller and Frank Capra were Kld Blts report
ers Louls Rukeyser reported the class aCtlVltlBS
to the Standard Star and Helene Frxedland
was the elghth grade wmner of the One God
contest Amta Holmsten won honors m the Na
tlonal Hrgh School Poetry Anthology Contest
The class elected Douglas Melvllle presldent
wlth Suzxe Hafford v1ce president George Mur
phy secretary and Helene Frledland as treasurer
Bllly Gnelm displayed his talent m the Tower
Players productlon of Harrlet Many members
of the class partlclpated m the band and orches
tra and also took part 1n sports and Jumor club
8CtlVltl6S Leon Selig was Scrub Manager for the
basketball team and was present at all games
The class has an outstandxng record and has
not let the older students outdo them Though
young and mrschlevous these are the future stu
dents of our school and they w1ll brmg honors
to thexr class rnakmg all proud of thelr record
that has so far been spotless
Douglas Melvxlle Helene Frredland Suzanne Haf
ford George Murphy
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Learnmg the fundamentals of Journalxsm and then ap
plymg these prmclples m wrxtlng the Kid Bxts column
m the Huguenot Herald are the chref purposes of the
Thls group composed of exghth and mnth graders was
orgamzed this year by Alan Gaynor edrtor of the Herald
Elaine Yaffa a member ofthe Herald staff supervised
the work of the Press Club members, who contrlbuted
xnformatron for "Kid Brts '
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A new club on our extra curricular roster is the Writing
Club At their first meeting, Carol Amster was elected
President Sylwla Pfeiffer Vice President and Lori Cou
rant Secretary Treasurer Mrs McGill is faculty sponsor
of the club Members are from senior English classes
Its purpose is to gne the students interested and those
who desire to major in this held a chance to develop
their writing ability The students plan to write a variety
of his interest and bringing his manuscripts to the group
for discussion and criticism
From time to time such materials as seemed worthy
were entered in contests The first contest in which mem
bers were interested was sponsored by the National Con
ference of Christians and jews The theme was The Best
Example of Teamwork I Know In the spring some mem
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the Library Council has had an exceptionally active year
During the winter months when many of the teachers
were absent because of illness most of their classes were
sent to the library These large groups were an extra
burden to the Council which did an excellent Job Eighth
graders were especially outstanding in their work faith
fulness, and ability to come through in time of dihiculty
The Council offers to all its members the opportunity
to make new acquaintances to learn to be methodical,
svstematic and accurate
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THE BIOLOGY CLUBS
Under the sponsorshxp of John E Shoop the
Advanced Blology Club has had another very
The nevxly formed Skull and Bones Chapter
was headed by Marjorme Besas Presrdent Ga
brxel Johnston Vlce Pres1dent Rhoda Stexndler,
Secretary and Lucy Schroeder Treasurer It
specralnzed m the fleld of urban hospmtals and
made trlps to several hospltals IH the v1c1n1ty
The Lens and Scalpel Chapter the orlgmal
organxzatmon was headed by David Purdy Presl
dent Peter Schlff V1ce Presldent Peggy Kahles
Secretary and Donald Chapxn Treasurer The
Roy Chapman Andrews Chapter formed last
year vxas headed by Mark Perlberg Presldent,
jack Connolly V1cePres1dent .I8Ckl9 Brooks
Secretary and Meredlth Davldson Treasurer
These tvxo chapters heard speakers mn many helds
of blologv mcludmg pathology bactemology
venereal dlseases embryology publlc health and
hyg1ene cancer and the mxracles of modern
Under the sponsorsh1p of the Advanced B101
ogy Club the Westchester Health Servlce x rayed
each semor for tuberculosms The Club members
felt thls a very worthwhxle project, and urged
the students to contmue the servxce each year
Many members entered the Westchester County
Cancer Contest and made a very good showmg
MONDAY BIOLOGY CLUB
Exlperm Jacobs Kaufman Manasse Rome Gordon Hobbs
Stlnnett McDonough Levx Hofstadter Heller Fmnegan Hel
gans Fuerst Ettlnger Stelndecker Third row Kaufmann P123
Davldson Perlberg Brooks Connolly Kelmxnson Mr Schoop
TUFSDAY BIOLOGY CLUB
First row ILlIIT1df! liultfeld Cluster Woldenbcrg., Bessen Courant
Dfuffcr lVIoh1 Wt'lSl7tfL, Cameron Second row Iohn Brenner Beshar
Hoff Osborn Shorter Frasca Greenberg Selxg Third mu Goldman
Siegel Schiff Kahlcs Chapm Bragman Mr Shoop
Chemistry, be it known to the unscientific, is
quite a heroic diversion. "Heroic" immediately
implies a "something" fraught with danger, and,
i in truth, anybody who endures this study ought
to be in line for some sort of recognition. The lab.
has, however, offered those prominent in flunking
circles a splendid opportunity to free themselves
of worldly cares. CPotassium cyanide and sulfuric
acid recommended as the surest and quickest
Despite its idiosyncrasies, chemistry has prov-
ed to be a source of great interest and enjoyment
to those students who have had the fortune to
be associated with the Chemistry Club, for, when
the aspiring chemist gets in the lab. forgotten are
all the Hunks of past days. Under the able spon-
sorship and direction of "Doc" Spear and the
guidance of its president, David Purdy, its vice-
THURSDAY BIOLOGY CLUB president, George Hsieh, and its secretary, Tom
T l th h h d sf l .
Lucy Schroeder, Margie Be-sas. Gabrielle Johnston, Mr. Shoop, ur ey' e group as a a very succe S u year
Lynn Carney, Jean Howam, Rhoda Steindlerh It has been introduced to the wonders of chem-
istry at its bi-weekly meetings on Thursday after-
noons in Room 261. Through lectures and demon-
strations by its members it has learned some of
E -N C E the very interesting side lights and developments
in the scientific field.
First row -Boettner, Ullom, Manasse, Pels, Beshar, Finnegan, Rowe, Stu-
gard, Butler, Chapin, Woldenberg, Young, Paino. Second row-john, Stem,
Kaufmann, Hochhauser, Landes, Schuman, Stallworth, Hobbs, Virrill.
Brown, Bloom, Brown, Dr. Spear. Third row-Bunke, Sobel, Manning
Hsieh, Turley, May, Ralph, Bright, Schwarz.
H A A A i Q fy!
First row Friedman Butone, Vogler, Innis, Well-
ings Case Wagner Reymar, Creasy, Brown, C.
Brown Conte Schulley, Murphy, DiFabber, Ces-
tone Sonero Channell, Clausen. Second row-Leti-
zia Stemdecker Roth, Becker, Lane, Claydon, Troy,
Guido Pallone Cannon, Gill, Codella, Cameron,
Fuerst Wolfson Mochi, Lampl, Fastiggi. Third row
Starr Rose Letizla Vollrath, Walter, Magee, Mc-
Quade Knobel Hobbs, Mangano, Veltu, Braxton,
Hibbard Cassaria Ferrino, Lipscomt. Fourth row-
Carello Kelly Morrison, Martirano, Brooks, Tuck-
er Spitz Schoenberger, Martin, Brown, Watson,
Weisberg Charm Cahn, Grotta, Cannan.
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SENIOR SOCIAL SERVICE CLUB
Led by club officers Peggy Shorter, Bette Wilkes. and Shirley Stugard, the club
collected money and food to make up twenty-six Thanksgiving baskets for local
distribution. Assisting the Children's Court, the girls bought Christmas presents
and ushered at a Christmas party for the children of New Rochelle. Money col-
lected by the group was used to buy shoes for the children of Harlan, Kentucky,
who also received clothing from the club. The annual Swing Session in February
was the club's big bid to raise money, along with the sale of football pictures,
drinks, and apples at the football games.
JUNIOR SOCIAL SERVICE CLUB
A new group in school, the Junior Social Service Club, carried on activities on
their own and in conjunction with the older group. Its officers were Hester Brown,
President, Rosemary Martin, Vice-President, and Sally Carr, Secretary. The club
held a cake and candy sale early in the year to raise money, helped with the collec-
tion and distribution of clothing, and Thanksgiving baskets. In March they held
a dance as part of their program to aid the needy. "Migsie" Watson, Margot Spitz,
Sally Weisburgh, and Mimi Schoenberger were the senior advisers to the group,
which Mrs. Margaret Weinstein sponsored.
First row Brown. Meier, Anderson Pettersen
Conte. Bundschun. Hutchins. Smith Broun Mein
CI-Ce. MCDOD0ugh. Kaplan, Cregan Salerno Brooks
Finnegan. Schiff. Butler, Cahn Carr Daudson
Butou. Colodny. Schulman. Bamberger Blau Cvram
lich. Schroeder. Greene. Brown Greenberg Bunn
Kaufman. Leblang, Hofstadter Nesbitt Lippoth
Zuckerman. Salton. Friedman Becker Iohnston
Bern. Ralph. Spannaus. Third row Adler Weber
Robbins. MacDonald. Axelrod Weisburg Mrs
Weinstein. Watson. Rahb. Boschxutz Wildman
Leonard. Schwarz. Wintner. Griffin Behrman
Fourth row Siegel. Stallworth. Cole Geller Gray
Fuerst. Schoenberger. Spitz. Shorter Stugard Wil
kes. Strobl, Brown. Scott. Schlossherg Lane Bren
ner. Ettinger. Kelminson. Charles Frith row Ell
perin. Herson. Pellens, Siegel. Abelson Bragman
Piza. Rochester. Anglim. Hawkins Curry Barshad
Pfeiffer, Roth. Amster, I-lelgans Arthur Heller
Yaffa, Steindecker. Citroen. Hoff
First row Krepps. McLean. LeBrun, Baldwin
Brown, Greenberg. Schoenberger, Kohloff, Cullen,
Koehler. Gordon, Link. Earle. Second row-Hutch-
ins, Konvalinka. jackson. Craigie, Bermas. Burin,
Giampietro, Cataldo. Eisele, Graziano, Pellens, Lip-
pmh. Third raw Stallworth. Steinau. Levine. Finne-
gan, Holsapple. Mosser. Farley, Lanza, Kilminson, Q
SCHOOL SERVICE SQUAD
The students who belong to this group are the members of the traffic and office
squads. A prerequisite to membership in the School Service Squad is a high
scholastic standing. The traffic squad keeps order in the halls while those who
work in the offices. both the adviser's and the main office, help with filing, carrying
notices, and any other of the many necessary but oft-forgotten odd jobs. These
students deserve the gratitude of the whole school for the efficiency with which
they do their thankless work.
RED CROSS COMMITTEE
Under the sponsorship of Miss Florence Garris, the Red Cross collectors
gathered the sum of 170 dollars for the junior Red Cross drive for the school
year 1945-1946. This was 20 dollars over the goal set for the school. The group
is composed of ninth grade students who collected and counted money from home-
room representatives throughout the school.
Another group of eighth and ninth grade students collected magazines for dis-
tribution to embarkation and separation centers.
First row-Marion Clausen, Miss Garris, Kathy
Claydon, Sally Carr, Peggy Davidson, Helen Troy.
Second row- Murio Aiello, jim Munro, Sally Magee,
Richard Barnes, Bob Bridges.
A CAPELLA A
Perhaps the thing the A Capella chorusters will remember
most about this year is their participation in the Tower Play-
ers' production of "Good News," the musical success. The
backstage life was a novelty to most of the students and
added considerably to their year. Besides this, the members
also performed for student assemblies, and for the Woman's
Club, held their annual spring concert, and sang "The Battle
Hymn of The Republicf' by special request of Mary Mar-
garet McBride when she spoke here.
First row Brown Levine Fitch Sch en R
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sm Reid Hummel Curry Griffin Borden Ostrom
oiano Scherr Rlcheart Waters Stem Stem Sec-
ond row Goldfogle Baum Troiano Nickerson Nes
bitt Felemister Watson Wetmore Wallen Handle-
man McKay Lief Brown Connolly Weiser Post
Battle Third row Wight Noyes Anderson C
Courant Roth Scott Besas Hassen Zinn D1Buono,
ors 1 DeFranc1sco Borsln Wanamaker Chequer,
Baum Felemlster Fourth row Weathersbee May
er Fuller Stemau Green Arlnn, Singer, Capp,
Mr Broadhead Cohen Schiender Remach, Blum,
Kohloif Batzaman Woolf, Dunn
First row-Zadig, Spitz, Herson, Teel, Direcks,
Schnitzer, Murtaugh, Mr. Broadhead, Roth, O Nei ,
Paduano, Brown, Takenaka, Bloom, Ruskin. Second
row4Aiello, Tapely, Weltmer, Spannus, Scott, Mon-
roe, DiSanto, Stoller, Troiano, Scherr, Loterzo, Lee,
Weiss, Ross, Pruzan, Blount. Third row-Martirano,
Starr, Braxton, Dirski, Butou, Gunthrop, Greene,
Daniels, Revere, Schanghency, Brenner, Hochberg,
' ' Abrams. Fourth row
Schlossberg, Hopkxrk, Semor,
Graves Smith Nelson, Weirick, Reed, Strachen,
McQuade, Epps, Weathersbee, Magee, Bergman,
B ll Dubin, Hofstadter. Filth row-Onley, Mayer,
Roswell, Rose, Callender, Walter, Hnrsch.
A CAPELLA B
Because of the large number of students worthy of
membershlp ln the A Capella choir this year, a second
group was formed This group partxcxpated m the Chrxst
s program and the sprlng concert along with the A
chorus H8V1Hg another chorus enabled more students of
the school to become famxllar wxth choral muslc
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STAR IDENTIFICATION CLUB
Thus e-nghth grade club under the
sponsorshnp of Mass Edlth Sturtevant
has undertaken the study of the stars
used for navigation They meet at
members homes and observe only
Row one Fiore Miss Sturtevant
Wood jones Wefer Maller Con
herm Row two Sxnger Lltt Rosner
Kasakcve Laub Fnedland Adler
Row three Lehmeler Vlllaume Levy
the constellations m which these star:
M1 rr are
After a lapse of nme years, the Track Club IS agam functlomng
under the sponsorshxp of Damel P O Brxen Only track and cross
country lettermen and entrants m WIAA county meets of these
Officers of the club were Ned Closter, Presudent Walter Stern
Vice President, and Carl Gordon, Secretary
Included ln the years aCtlVltleS was the attending of track
meets at Madlson Square Garden The Clubs newspaper 'The
Turtle, was edxted by Walter Stern
Frrsr raw Dunn Stem Ostrom Vandrotf Wyner jackson Brandt Seward
Hall Howe Second row Wmoker Coben Parrrno Falk Coach OBrien
Hobbs Phrlllps Hager Alcott Third row OBnen McMahon Borskl
Goldberg Closter Casxraghx McCarthy Gordon
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ns most successful
ship of Miss Gladys
wnh Joan I-lelgans as
ard Secretary and
of the Theatre
proved one of
J Newell and
nt jenn Leon
First row Goldman Wulp Osbom
chnff Stern Gaynor Lehmann Red
held Beshar Second row Chapm
Woldenberg Brextenfell HOB' Weath
ersbee Shorter Bragman Wolden
berg Helgans McCarthy Third row
Sehg Stenndecker Pellens Amuer
Under the drrectlon of Davld Purdy presldent, Robert Red
held, vrce presxdent, Betty Kay Toth, secretary, Lionel Mohr
and George Terpennmg, treasurers, and Leon J Sturtevant, facul
ty advxser, the Conversatlon Club met bl monthly at the homes
of xts members. Immedlate problems of the school, the country,
and the world were dlscussed One meetlng was entxrely devoted
to the apprecxatlon of musxc, Jazz, swung, and classical
First row Davxdson, Manmng, Bogm, Goldman, Stem, Gaynor, Redfield,
Mohr Beshar, Wrlkes Second row Purdy, Mr Sturtevant, Raab, Toth,
Finnegan, Butler, Kahles, Shorter Bragman, Woldenberg, Helgans, Damelson
Third row Roth, Young Frank, Stem, Brown, McCarthy, Rellly, Heller
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PHI LAMBA CHI
Jerry Hanchrow Martm Colodny Harvey Prlnce Arnold Vandroff John Zxselman Gene Prlce
Donald Bakalor Edwm Mlller Second row Seymour Lesser Bxll Wemzxmmer Herbert
Schmertz Robert Goldman Larry Bloom Bob Charm
SIGMA ALPHA CHI
First row Motzkm Fox Sack Second row Bernstein Berman Heller Heller Wexntraub
Helmowxtz Levme Wexss Rosenbluth Pels Thzrd row Coben Lesser Freedman Prmce Van
droif Goldman Pnce Funk Mxller Perlberg Fourth row Markell Wexnzlmmer Wyner Shlen
Klxgerman Exsman Levme Gottesman Frith row Stxen Wmoker Abrash Kahn Wmston
Wolfson, Kapp, Kaplan Brlght
First row Baldwm Weathersbee Wllson Clark Toth Claydon Toth Hummel Adamson Gra
mulch Wxlkes Raab jenny Langworthy Second row Axelrod Havard Schexb Rellstab Wxlkes
Foster Brazxl Wllkens Butler Fmnegan Brooks Stugard Davidson Rochester Third row
Ensele Fletcher Strachen McKay Gxles Nauth Anghm Hawkins Stmnett Fourth row Ralph
Copley Mohr Reld Brooks Foster Green Kahles
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WAR STAMP COMMITTEE
1 Bern Barshad joan Helaans jean Leonard Leon Selxg " Rosemary Nlarun irlme Hobbs
john C ronson janet Yeltrl Annabel Nexgal 4 Wmme Lane Norme Nltllonoulgh Elaine Xaffa
lloroxhs Hoff Vsendx be13.al 4 Pam Zmn Ponald XXxner Dual. OBnen Bernard Lamher
Bohbx Goldman -Xlso Conrad Lmlt Monte Gordon
CURRENT EVE NT
Fzrst row Colodny Sacher Wexser Hlcks Lanchner Ma
nasse Rowe Mohor Charm Goldberg Geller Lampl
Lefflee Berkowltz Hoff Zuckerman McDonough Fuerst
The Current Events Club regularly under the
sponsorshrp of Dr Henry G Wellman was con
ducted by Mrs Moore durmg the flrst semester
when Dr Wellman was on a S3bb8t1C3l leave
Robert Goldman as presxdent Peter Schlff as
vlce presldent and Trudy LGVI as secretary were
the clubs offlcers At the meetlngs whmch were
held every alternate Thursday newsbees outslde
speakers, and dlscusslons of tOp1CS of current IH
Baum Schuman Lavenstem Third row Marvin Weber
Bloom Pels Salton Freedman Kaplan Melncke Stem
terest kept the members up to date on current
events Every month members were sent to rep
resent New Rochelle Hlgh School m county panel
dlscusslons The club also orgamzed a forum for
an assembly at N R H S to whlch It mvxted other
schools 1n Westchester County to send represen
tatlves Partlcxpatlon ln broadcasts heard over
WFAS was another feature of the club's 3CtlVltl6S
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Hochhauser, Pels, Wolozynskl, Second f0WYHSl9h, Ullom, decker, Licence, Samuels, Paston.
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Conhenm Lntt Sxmmons Dorros
Brown Wmtner Dubm Goodstem
Newcorn Kaufmann Mr Hussey Gel
ler Grotta Butow Colodny
GIRLS SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP CLUB
Flrst row Boschwltz Woldenberg Woldenberg hpps
Levi Racusln Geller Currey Stugard Gramllch Butler
Fmnegan Wrlson Reid Strnnett Havard Holmsten Hoff
Zuckerman Schrman Second row McGregor Schroeder
Hoff Racusm Krelsman Watson Friedman Shorter
cke Schrff Stemdler Brown Fuller Thrrd row Clan
curlll Dubm Lane Goldsteln Leblang Yaffa Helgans
Fuerst Heller Arthur Wmtner Cxtroen Bragman Leon
ard Fourth row Engel Sregel Fried Grotta Perry Kauf
mann Frasca Roth Howard Brunmgs Samuels Stevens
Frith row Stemau Breltfeld Lampl Motzkm Amster
Pferffer Kahles Courant Ralph Abelson Friedman
Johnston Pellens Strobl Langworthy Anderson Sixth
row Mayer Weber Pels Kelmlnson Barshad Hofstad
ter Cole Pxza Schoenberger Besas Goldfogle Wrldman
JUNIOR AND SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP CLUBS
Under the able supervrslon of Miss ORe1lly faculty advlser Sylvia Pfe1lTer,
presrdent, Peter Schlff vlce president Marllyn Stevens, semor secretary, Wlnl
fred Lane, Junior secretary and joan Eder sophomore secretary, the arm of the
senlor scholarshlp club was to encourage hlgher grades among the elghth and
mnth grade students as well as the upper classmen
Over one th1rd of the senlor class was represented 1n the group rts QUHIIHCBLIOYIS
berng an average of elghty five or above 1n a student s major subjects It was up to
the Junlors and semors to lead the way rn scholastxc achxevement, and the classes
followmg them are already steppmg mto thelr shoes
BOYS SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP
First row Bunke Gaynor john Barnes Redfield Rowe Cox Berkewltz Charm Helmowltz Wemzlmmer Kauf
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s orn, pellman, Landes, Chapm Wulp, Manasse, man, Closter, Prrce Third tow Adams, Green, Weber,
Fraroll, Woodward, Gordon, Bnght, Post, Stern Second Kessler Selrg Goldman, Bloom, Goldberg, LeFHer,Wyner,
row Beshar, Jacobs, Bessen, Schiff, Kahn, Hobbs, Ullom, Pels, Turley, Pels, Draddy
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First row Gottesman Blum S1egel Lahse Vogler Nau
man Bergman Lub1n Reyman McLaughl1n Lutze lor
dan Case Wellmgs Chequer L1nk Bre1tman Butz Wxt
Landow Roth Lane Becker Greenberger Tetrault Pers
son Knubel TFOIBHO N1ckerson E1senman Thrrd row
Randall Cohen Bartley R9lUBCh Rose Butler Carello
F3Sllggl Greenberg Sm1th Shacknow Wolfson Bla1r
Braxton Chnstman Loeb Slavln Fourth row Weltmer
Rexd Malakoff Smger Abrams Hopklrk Caplam Mur
row G1les Wagner Charm Cahn Heller Walter Magee
Weathersbee D8VldSOn Brown Brooks Meyrowxtz Han
W1th Mar1lyn Stevens as Pres1dent Natal1e
F1tCh V1ce Pres1dent Ruth NSSbltt Secretary
Paul1ne Strobl Treasurer and Mrs Mary B Al
bertson as Club Adv1ser the New Rochelle H1gh
School or Huguenot H1 Y has mcreased 1tS mem
bersh1p from seven to twenty four students 1n the
past year Two cake and candy sales part1c1pa
t1on 1n the Westchester Area Conference for
H1 Y s and the annual play day at Wh1te Pla1ns
sw1mm1ng bowl1ng a dessert br1dge two 1nter Y
dances and commumty SBYVICE are among H1 Y
act1v1t1es for the year T"11s IS the second year
that New Rochelle H1gh School has had a H1 Y
Club as It was prev1ously afhlxated w1th the Isaac
E Young H1 Y
First row jewel D1rkse Jackson M1chels Pellens Bu ens Sm1th Carney, Krandes, W1ldman, Langworthy,
tou Brown Marsden Cocks Stemau McDonough Strobl Frasca
N6SbltI, L1ppoth, Blau Johnston Thrrd row F1tch Stew
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kowski. Svecond row TenEyck, Clark. Roswell. Rattner. ray. Beynard, Greene, l-"ecker, Breitenfelcl, Aldrichl Filth
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Not.. XXIII No 8 Nl-V R01 HFLIF Hlt ll SCHOUL 'IEW ROFHELII- 'N Y YNLAR s
.li l 23 1946 Pour Page
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Betty Barshad 1 Ernest Lehmann
Although it is kept on a strict-
ly work basis, the business staff
of the Herald went co-ed this
year for the first time in a long
Not only is the Business Man-
ager a boy tErnest Lehmannl
and the Advertising Manager a
girl lBetty Barshadl, but there
are two members of the stronger
sex on the advertising staff.
These lads, who overcame fif-
teen obstacles, deserve much
credit: Burton Bloom and David
The fifteen obstacles are Lois
Bamberger, Muriel Roth, joan
Helgans, Jane Gray, Virginia
Herson, Suzanne Racusin, joan
Schwarcz, Myra Weber, Bertha
Boschwitz, Diane Kalman, Cyn-
this Green, Wini Wildman, Joy
Piza, Joan Elder, and Gerry
To make the advertisements
more interesting, the staff wrote
the copy for many of the local
advertisers. Some of them turn-
ed out with interesting results.
Others . . . well, onegad more
or less mattered but little. The
Advertising Manager does want ,
it made clear that the ad of a
local hairdresser, who said to
come there and please your
parents, was not the work of
her staff. The Business Manager
laughed as he counted the
tMale applicants for busi-1
ness staH' positions on next year's
"Herald" will be handled with .
ing tht' leading roles. In the Ill0l'lt'
version, Kaul--H again frightened
the audieinres, with l't-ter Lorri- as
Dr. Einstein, antl Cary Grant takinu
the romantic lead,
Serving on the properties com-
mittee are Carol Muster, Ruth
Hreitenfeld, lit-rtha Hoschwitz. and
Margaret Watson. Betty Ahelson
and Marilyn Stetens have charge ot
costumes, while Ruth Levine and
Naomi Hragnian are prompting
jerry ,irrtrri ann Marx Verint-rg'l
will do monologues. The title ni thcl
latte-rs is "Hy lmprescion of a,
llancmg to tht- ehorrograplii' oil
Judy lfuller will llc the fl nthall team
and thu "t.ootl News" tlanfing
rhorn-. The Chorus will do two
mimhers, one of uhifh will ht from
tht- plat Nlemht-rs inrludt' ,lean
Ralph. lit-tty Kay Toth. lfnnni Lou'
'I'oth,l'a1 llummel. l'at Hunt. Betty,
-Xnn husllll, l'at Haier. llmcrli
Perched atop New Rochelle
High School ttwenty-two steps
above the second floorl is the
"I-luguenot Herald's" editorial
room, commonly known as the
Although Dame Rumor has it
that a swimming pool is hidden
there, according to the last in-
ventory, the Tower contained
seven typewriters lthree of
which are unfit for usel, a staff
of thirty aspiring young journal-
ists, a lot of waste paper, and
a faculty adviser, Miss Melba
This year the Tower has seen
a great deal of action. The most
important was the resumption
of larger sized paper for the
"Herald," war-time curtailment
of paper being lifted. Another
.was the special issue for "Bill
McKenna Day," this issue being
jwritten in conjunction with
Isaac Young and Iona. The prof-
it, S75, -was contributed to the
William H. McKenna Fund. Of
course, the annual April Fool's
issue had its beginning in the
Editors of the "Herald" were
vAlan Gavnor, Editor-in-Chief,
tlon Leaks ut3,'i
The Tower Talks
Joan Butler, Copy Editor, and
Naomi Bragman, Headline Edi-
tor. Arthur Roswell was Stafl
Photographer, Sylvia Pfeiffer.
Staff Artist, Norine McDonough,
Exchange Editor, and Bernard
Bogin, Circulation Manager.
Some of the other members
of the staff are joan Fuerst,
Mary Lou Finnegan, joan Hel-
gans, jean Leonard, Irma
Meincke, Catherine Ciancuilli,
Elaine Yaffa, Marilyn Stevens,
Muriel Roth, Katherine Carr,
Donald Osborn, Peter Schiff,
and Rhoda Steindler.
The "Herald" gained county-
wide prominence through its
campaign for the restoration of
WIAA championship recogni-
tion. Presidents of most of the
WIAA member schools signed
petitions distributed by Peter
Schiff, and, although it is not
definite at "Rochellean" press
time, passage by the associa-
tion's Executive Council is vir-
Two other "Herald" cam-
paigns, the National Honor So-
ciety and a new Alma Mater,
were equally successful.
nan RU KYTTUTIKTI lflflf DUO! Irllnlng
Hd. who saw service nith the Mer-
chant Marine returned here to rom-1
plete his senior year.
Heralditc Morton Garber is head-
ed for New York University to take
a business administration course.
Shrier to Tackle Rochester
Xlso planning on a business career!
ls our veteran right tackle Harry
Shrier nho has hen p.g.-ing here,
sinrt- ln- graduation after accelrrat-I
ing last june. He will leave for the
L'nivt-rsity of Rochester at the end
Don Broun is slated for pre-mvtl
training at Michigan next month
Don has actor in the Rorhellcan.
the tiiivcrsity ill Lolorauo unm-
at XR HS johnny was a li U rep-
rescntatitv, homeroom pri--nlrnt.
member if the Winter l'rom rom
mittee. and Hi-Y.
Catherine Xlrlionaltl ntll study
design at Steven. Colltot for tht-
next tvto pears "Hrounvt" uns zu'-
tive in Social Servict- lliuh
.Xlnong those nho ur.nin.titrl in
August hut contlnuetl iv until at'-
ceptrd at college art' lttl liroun
and George .Xslrore 'lit-tl, iounrltr
of the Track t'luh new man-r '
, -1 i . ws
a memher i f the hand, and treasurer
1 1 t I x 1 I .tt
o' he linings fluh. . an -tint' ,
Ted is now at XY:-sleyan
George .-'tstrm'r. at Lehigh snlrr
Noveinher studying engint-rrmg,
,rutly l'ulh-r and john
Kitty tart. joy l'i7a, ai
Spitz mach- thi' arrangentents for
Large Booster Response
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one thou-ai il hoo-tt-rs anti t
drvcl patrons .Ads for the
pr gram ton
llutlt-r and ,loe
them art- ll
Xlrrrtlitll llatitlson, .
llunclsvhuh. Bally lt
first-ite. antl Xluriel
Respoi sihlt' for the po-ter.
tht' morning notice: is the
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rits aml llaxxrl l'urt'ly are in
Xlso svrtmg on the group
tlrralfl l'rank, tfharle- Kuschr.
taint- Xlazisf, -ltfan Ralph.
Littlt-. Xlnr Xlallettr. Ivan
Silvia l'it-:Ht-r, l'aula Rohhms,
Yrwlaiid. antl lieth- lYllkes.
l'lill l.t-St-nr and Dutl Seward
ro-tliairmen of tht' rt-frtfshm
N.R.H.S. Regents Average
HERALD BUS. STAFF
' ' man, Rosenbaum, LeBlang, B8fSh8d, Leh'
ilrtdailiirilnggilgzbyiirihiiildman, Weshner, Adler, Block, Mittelmark.
Gray, Bamburger, Weber, Schroder, Herson, Maxwell, Haw-
kins, Reid, Geller, Lampl, Sherman, NOYB, Leefbufgef-
Bierman, Racusin, Brunner, Racusin, Kreisman, Helgans,
Levi, Boschwitz, Kalman, Rosenberg, Jaskvw, Immefmini
Blgom, Roth, Green, Piza, Shorter, Eder.
HERALD ED STAFF
Barshad, Leonard, Bragman, Gaynor, Butler, Finnegan, FTHS'
ca, Miss Carpenter, McDonough, Stevens, Yaffa, Lane, Hel-
gans, Ciancuilli, Sargoy, Schiff, Steindler, Pfeiffer, Lampl,
Dubin, Hoff, Goodstein, Lehmann, Geller, Amster, Osborne,
Napoletano, Meineke, Behrman, Rosner, Fuerst, Roth.
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Editor-in-chief ...,.., ..,. A A
Literary Editor A A A
Art Editors. A A A A Bette Wilkes, Sylvia Pfeiffer
Photography Editor A A A A Arthur Roswell
Business Managers A Mary Lou Woldenberg
"Rochellean ,46" is a name that bears special
significance because every member of the Senior
Class is behind it. having set a precedent we feel
justly proud of our achievement. With every
member supporting the book, it is truly represen-
tative of the Senior Class. Its publication has
been made possible not only by the untiring
efforts of the members of the staffs, but also by
the cooperation of every member of the graduat-
Editor-in-chief, Joan Fuerst, is deserving of
First row-Bloom, Goldman. Leonard. Woldenberg. Kauf-
mann. Selig. Barnes. Turley. Chapin. Ullom, Pels, Mayer,
Brown. Schiff. Second row Carr. Stugard, Schwarz. Pel-
lens, Friedman, Heller. Shorter. Roth. Reid, McDonough,
Fuerst, Abelson, Pels. Third row-Wilkes, Brown, Kauf-
special praise for her ceaseless endeavor and
work, which included supervision of the entire
book, conferences with the printer, and planning
of the final make-up. Assisting her were the six
heads of the Editorial, Art, Photography, and
The Editorial Staff headed by Joan Helgans,
did all the literary work for the book, which
included the senior write-ups, and other school
activities. They also conducted the polls to de-
termine the senior celebrities and the dedication.
Special mention should also go to the members
of the Steering Committee: Irma Meincke, Alan
Gaynor, Joan Butler, and Mary Lou Finnegan,
who in addition to their assignments did much
of the rewrite work.
Under the direction of Arthur Roswell, the
Photography Staff worked for the greater part
mann, Howard, Amster, Arthur, Steindecker, Fried,
Schroeder, Nesbitt, Lippoth. Fourth row-Anglim, Lane,
Barshad. Schoenberger, Robbins, Greenberg, Schlossberg,
Hofstadter, Rosenbaum, Langworthy.
ROCHELLEAN BUSINESS STAFF
First row-Butler, Carr, Bundshun, Bowen. Kaufmann, Mayer,
Charm, Heimowitz. Hawkins, Boschwitz. Woldenberg, Mrs, Zim-
mele, Meincke, Helgans, Geller. Robbins, Second row- Bloom,
Geller, Brown, Greenberg. Steinau. Amster, Heller, Shorter,
Schwarz, Weber, Adler, Schroeder, Brunner, Besas. Third row-
Brown, Weisburgh, Meier, Schoenberger, Burin, Stwindecker, Pel-
lens, Roth, McDonough, Strobl. Blau, Johnston. Lampl. Fourth row
-Piza, Gray, Hofstadter, Rosenbaum, Howard, Lane, Arthur, Hoch-
berg, Schlossberg, Kaufmann, Freid, Barshad, Kalman.
ROCHELLEAN ART STAFF
First row Freese, Cataldo, Maasz, Ralph, Friedman, Freid, Hoch-
berg, Kellogg. Horton. Second row -Mahoney, Wilkes, Stugard.
Raab. Anglim. Brooks, Ullman, Pettersen, Mallette, Little. Third
row-Salerno, Marino, Pfeiffer, Laurence, Bowen, Steinau.
of the school year photographing school life in
order that it might be recorded in the "Rochel-
leanf' Evidences of their excellent results may
be seen on most of the pages of the book.
All the original illustrations for the "Rochel-
lean" were drawn by the Art Staff headed by
Bette Wilkes and Sylvia Pfeiffer. Aside from
being merely decorative, their drawings reflect
much of the personality of the high-school stu-
dent. A note of thanks should also be extended
to all members of the staff, whose hard work and
originality contributed much to the drawings and
The Planning Staff under the supervision of
Joan Fuerst drew up the dummy, arranged the
pages, and in general planned the entire book.
We come now to that which has made the work
of the other staffs possible. It is the important
task accomplished through the efforts of the Busi-
ness Staff, supervised by Mary Lou Woldenberg
and Bernie Bogin. By raising funds as the result
of cake and candy sales, dances, the subscription
drive, and the solicitation of advertisements,
they made it possible for the "Rochellean" to
pay for itself. The printing of the book did not
prove to be a drain on the treasuries of the class
and the G.O., as in other years.
The sincere thanks and gratitude of the class
is also extended to Mrs. Clarice W. Hay, Mrs.
Grace R. Zimmele, Mrs. Sadonis H. Burroughs,
Miss Dorothy T. Parr, Mr. Leon J. Sturtevant,
advisers to the Photography, Business, Planning,
Art and Editorial Staffs, respectively, without
whose help and advice, the "Rochellean" would
not have been possible.
Credit must also go to those students in Mr.
Shaw's typing classes who were not members of
the staff, but who served as typists.
The Class of 1946 wishes to thank them all
for their diligent work, which has resulted in a
book by which they may remember their years
at New Rochelle High School.
ROCHELLEAN EDITORIAL STAFF
Fxul Roux Irma Meincke, joan Butler, Joan Helgans, Mary Lou
Finnegan, Meredith Davidson. Serond Roux' Janice Sargoy, Naomi
Bragman, Catherine Ciancuilli, Betty Abelson, Marilyn Stevens. Third
Roux Betty Israel, Carol Amstcr, Jean Leonard, Norine McDonough,
Lois Heller, Elaine Yaffa. Fourth Roux' Alan Gaynor, Tom Turley,
janet Hofstader, Herman Falk, Walter Siem. Alia: Joan Fuerst and
ROCI-IELLEAN PHOTO STAFF
joan Miuelmark, Arthur Roswell, Janice Sargoy. Marilyn Stevens.
Carol Beal, Carol Amsrer, Lois Bamburger, Ruth Nesbiz, jean Butow,
Bertha Boschwirz. Billy NX'einzimmer, Martin Heimowitz, ,loan Bund-
schuh. Henry Kaufman, Burton Phillips. Kurt Barrhelemus. Jann
Fzrst row Deborah Gxles Dorothy Troxano Pat Mayer Elizabeth Fanelh Laurxe Lou Brooks
Second row joan Renard Marxlyn Langworthy Vxlma Gramhch Lesley Reld Third row
gd dll6! Ol'CA05!I'l1
Here comes the band' Th1s IS a famlllar pass
word at most football games and NRHS games
were no exceptnon for the members of the march
mg band were always on hand to help pep up
the school sp1r1t The unxformed band also played
for such events as the Memor1al Day Parade
Columbus Day Exerclses and an Army Program
Thxs was only a part of the band s act1v1t1es for
they could also be heard glvmg out w1th fight
cheers at the basketball games playmg marches
for student assemblles and ln a more serlous vem
practlcmg for the annual concert and other publlc
Some people prefer the harmomzmg tones of
strlngs If that IS the case the orchestra IS always
on hand to cope wrth the sltuatxon The entlre
muslcal score for Good News was played by
the orchestra and they provlded overtures and
background muslc for all the other Tower Play
ers productlons durmg the course of the year
Also takmg up much of the orchestra s txme were
the Chrlstmas program at school evenmg PTA
meetmgs and the concert mn March
Harry F Halgh was the busy dxrector of these
actxve musxcal groups and all the members of
the band and orchestra w1ll be ever grateful for
hrs leadershlp and mstructxon The two orgamza
t1ons were almost always xn the publlc eye of the
school and It was through cooperatlon between
the leader and the members that their accom
plxshments were made posslble The annual con
cert was the outstandmg musical event of the
year and the two groups practlsed on Saturday
mornings as well as durmg the1r regular seventh
perlod classes to prepare for It When hxgh school
musxc groups are able to play compos1t1ons such
as Schubert s Unfimshed Symphony and Wag
ners Dle Melstersxnger, one can realxze the1r
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holdrng hands and dreamlly smgmg The Sweet
heart of Slgma Chl sheets of lnstructlons
all these thrown together wxth Pop Burke d1rec
tor of Tower Players quletly gomg mad ln the
back of the audltorlum comprxsed a rehearsal of
Good News a muslcal comedy about campus
l1fe In splte of the hectxc rehearsals however
the fxrst show of the season Cand mcldentally
the first venture 1nto muslcals for the Tower
Playersj turned out qulte successfully
Wlthout t1me to take more than two breaths
Pop was then plunged 1nto the mldsts of Arsenlc
and Old Lace Thxs comedy mystery IS about
two old ladles who kllled lonely old gentlemen
as one of thelr charltxes Three nephews one be
wlldered two rather eccentrxc to say the least
thlcken the plot Throw IH a couple of dead bodles
and there you have lt
The Players next turned hxstorlcal wlth Har
r1et a play about Harrlet Beecher Stowe and her
crusade agamst slavery It descrlbes the famxly
hfe of the famous Beecher famlly henceforth
known as the batthng Beechers
The Corn Is Green was the last play of the
season Thls beautxful play tells the story of a
woman who comes to Wales to try to educate the
, oor mlners There she finds a br1ll1ant boy and
lt becomes her amb1t1on for hlm to go to Oxford
The play revolves about these two and the1r re
Th1s year brought forth some very outstandlng
sett1ngs whlch were constructed as last year by
the play productlon classes Credxt must also be
glven to the stage crews prompters and other
backstage workers wlthout whose help the shows
could not go on Another outstanding event came
wxth Mr Burke s debut ln a Tower Players show
Thls unusual event proved to everyone that h1s
actmg ab1l1ty 1S every b1t as good as hxs directmg
for whlch he has justly recewed much praxse
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Managed by Arnold Vandroh' and coached by Damel P OBr1en the Cross
Country team placed thlrd ln the W I A A Meet at Tlbbets Brook thls year Out
of the four other meets entered New Rochelle Hxgh placed first three tlmes
and second once These v1ctor1es were mamly due to the runnmg of Dlck
McCarthy Donald Wyner and Denms Hall
Lettermen for this years squad whlch was captamed by Dick McCarthy are
Donald Wyner Ben Hall Dennls Hall Burt Phxlllps Bud Hobbs Dlck McCarthy
Julxan Parmo and Arnold Vandroff
The Rxfle Club season started off on Oc
tober 18 at New Rochelle wlth a prom1s1ng
t1e of 477 477 agamst Roosevelt Hlgh
School The next meet whlch was also wrth
Roosevelt was played on thexr own grounds
on November 13 We lost wrth a score of
469 478 Thls was the begmmng of a long
streak of bad luck which the team was never
able to break Succeedmg games wlth A B
Davis and Albert Leonard netted scores of
478 473 and 481 451 respectlvely At A
B Davrs New Rochelle again succumbed
to the tune of 468 478 The last meet of
the season was a return engagement wrth
Albert Leonard at thelr Held The score was
N R 478 A L 484
Slx members will recelve letters for thelr
partrclpatron ln thrs sport They are Ted
Cameron joe Pxsam George Terpennmg
Wxlllam Wemzxmmer Donald Ettarr and
Frrst row Ettarr Contrata Scoca Redfield Amelle Second
row Bodla Ernst Weiser Hermowltz Golf Mr Shaw Stol
ler Thrrd row DeFrancesco Wemzrmmer Plsam Cameron
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Wellmg Osborne Schneewmd Lxttaeur Klexgerman Shem Wexskopf Green Fmk
Under the dxrectlon of Coach john A Keller
the Purple Mermen enjoyed one of their most
successful seasons Captamed by jerry Frank
and managed by Tom Turley the team was un
defeated rn five county meets whrle losmg two
to a strong Greenwich Conn team
The team was sparked by jerry Frank Stuart
Rowe Dlck McCarthy Bob Redfield james
Barnes Charles Selig Carl Gordon and G11 Casr
raghx ln the freestyle events joe OBr1en Don
Osborn and john Wulp were outstanding rn the
backstroke whlle breaststroke honors were taken
by Gunther Hochhauser and Steven Llttauer
The d1v1ng was capably handled by james Barnes
and jerry McMahon Other members of the team
were Don Rederschled Mlke Green Brll Leffler
jerry Schneewmd Howre Klxgerman Frank
Welllng Bob Shem John Bernstein and Larry
Although not entered rn the county champion
shrp meet the New Rochelle tankmen scored
twm vxctorles over A B Davxs and defeated Ma
maroneck Peeksklll and Saunders Trade School
to achleve an unblemxshed county record
The first meet of the season saw the New Ro-
chelle swxmmers down A B Davxs by a 38 to 27
score at the Mount Vernon pool Successxve vlc
tones rn New Rochelles home waters followed
as Saunders and Peeksklll were beaten by scores
of 50 to 15 and SS to ll respectrve y After losxng
to Greenwrch 36 to 30 the team ame back to
defeat thelr tradxtlonal rival Mamaroneck 34
to 32 Travellmg to Greenwxch the mennen were
beaten for a second trme 45 to 2 1 but successfully
closed the season defeatmg A B Davis 38 to 28
at the New Rochelle pool
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thxs year under the leadership of Coach Dan
O Brxen who wlth thls season entered hxs second
quarter century of coachmg track Wxth eleven
lettermen back from last years squad and from
the champxonshxp squad of two years ago and
with many newcomers m addxtlon to several vet
erans of the 1945 cross country team New Ro-
chelle presented an experienced and well bal
anced team although lt was weakened 1n several
spots by elxgxblllty rulmgs
Returmng lettermen mcluded Harry Johnson
and Dave Purdy ln the sprmts and broad jump
Falk and Stan Coben m the quarter m1le Archie
Goldberg m the half m1le Dxck McCarthy ln the
m1le and jack Ostrom and Ben Howe m the
hurdles Dennis Hall Jullan Parlno and Don
Wyner were the cross-country veterans Good
performances were also turned ln by Bud Holm
berg Bob Brandt Harry J ones Bert Lebhar
and Norm Henderson
New Rochelle had a long season this year en
termg a team in the Penn Relays after a lapse of
several years followed by the Westchester Re
lays two dual meets a trrangular meet the W I
A A County meet and the New York State Sec
Seventy boys answered the call for track As
a result of thls large turnout and the good sup
port afforded by the students New Rochelle was
represented by a team of champmonshlp calnbre
TENTATIVE TRACK SCHEDULE FOR 1946
26-27 Penn Relays at Phxladelphra
Westchester Relays at White Plams
A. B. Davls at McKenna Fleld
White Plalns at Whrte Plams
New Rochelle Cxty Meet at McKenna Fleld
1 N. Y. State Sectxonal Meet at Whxte Plams
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successor as baseball mentor built the 1946 Purple Wave
around the five lettermen back from last year
naturally bore the brunt of a sixteen game schedule Henry
Monaco Charles Kusche Franlt Fitchen Cab Woodyxard
and ohn Ziselman took on this burden Their battery mates
were Dick Gordon and Mrrlt Finltle In the infield Cab
Woodward and Bill oyce played first while Don Ramsey
guarded the keystone sack Captain ohn Mandarano
Buddy Cairns and Duel Yerger were at third and Nick
Samela played shortstop The marnstays of the picket line
were George Post Don Danielson and Fred Miano Other
boys on the team were Cy Dennerlein Carl Gordon Dick
Gibbs Don Baltalor Don Osborn Harold Dachenhausen
and Lewis Fine
New Rochelle played tw o games each w ith Roosevelt Isaac
E Young Pelham White Plains Mamaroneck Gorton Iona
and Albert Leonard
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In the modern world the role of Robln Hood
falls to the members of the weaker sex who
take archery They may not have the costumes
of the bandits of Sherwood Forest but they
get more enjoyment and fun out of the sport
than those notorlous men d1d Nevertheless
1f the band1ts had ever mlssed the target to
the extent that thexr female counterparts do
they wouldnt have remamed ahve for long
Sometlmes lt seems as rf the bulls eye had lost
1ts appeal and the grrls are trymg to h1t other
parts of the landscape It IS always mterestmg
and excltmg for anyone to venture near the
fleld durxng th1s sport
Deck and paddle tenn1s desplte thelr seem
1ng s1m1lar1ty are qulte dlfferent In fact the
only s1m1lar1ty IS that they are both played on
the same court and w1th a net between the
players Both games are played wlth four
and catch1ng of a rubber rmg whxle paddle
tenms as 1tS name 1mpl1es IS played wxth a
paddle and tenms ball In the after school
sports program paddle tenms lS played 1n the
fall whxle deck tenms IS conducted 1n the
Although ramed out of a few games the
femmes dxhgently swung their hockey stlcks
many trmes durmg the fall Peggy Shorter was
the able chalrman of the sport and arranged
for a game between the Pelham and New
Rochelle honor teams The hockey field was
the sxte of many fierce battles and the girls
had skmned ankles to prove lt
Under the charrmanshlp of Mary Lou Wol
denberg the basketball season was quxte suc
cessful Durmg the season the girls were able
to play mtramural games whlch were sched
uled accordmg to classes Outsxde games were
played wlth Whlte Plams Pelham and Roose
velt of Yonkers The gxrls are becomlng quxte
handy with that ball
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llith S.iturtl.1y afternoon during the Autumn season .1 group of New Rothtll
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High theerlentlers. It is they who intite the enthusi.1sm of the lootlull .mtl
lmlslaetlull f.ins. lt was these same people who were responsihle for the purple
.mtl white streamers that livened up the atmosphere of what we now tgill
McKenna lfiehl. XY'ithout their time .md energy, much of the spirit ot' these
pigslxin .lll.llI'S would he lost. No lusty yells would follow the Purple XY'.1xe
through vittory or defeat. The New Rochelle High Suhool spirit would he
without le.iders. For these reasons .md many more, the school sineerely says,
"Thank you, cheerleuders, for gi ioh, well done."
In keeping with its previous records volleyball
proved to be one of the most popular md00f
sports for girls this winter Intraclass games at
tracted the majority of the girls whale Bertha
Boschwitz volleyball chairman helped arrange
honor team games between Roosevelt High in
Yonkers and Isaac Young and our own girls Our
witz Betty Adamson Mimi Schoenberger Mary
Lou Fmnegan Marilyn Stevens Shirley Brown
Barbara Greenberg Peggy Kahles Joan Farley
Harriet Geller Grace Greene Muriel Roth Lois
Heller Cornelia Brown Peggy Shorter Nancy
Woldenburg Sylvia Pfeiffer and Sally Weisburg
all of whom received volleyball emblems for
Spares and cokes strikes and candy filled the
afternoons of some one hundred and twenty five
girls who bowled after school this winter at the
alleys at Rogers and the Y Under the mstruc
tion of Miss Carson and Miss Errant who tried
to teach their eager charges the etiquette as well
as the rules and scoring of the game four groups
of girls from the eighth to twelfth grades rolled
down the alleys and rolled up the scores playing
Tuesdays and Thursdays at Rogers, and Thurs-
days and Fridays at the Y Rollmg down the
alleys was especially true of some of the pint
sized gals who not mfrequently found them
selves hurtling down upon the pms having for
gotten to let go of the weighty balls
When they first began the girls played in
dividually but as thelr skill improved a tourna
ment was drawn up with teams of live competmg
agamst each other for the highest average score
Watch the birdie no lts not the photog
raphy club taking pictures or Mr Shoop s classes
dissecting pigeons It s badminton the latest thing
m girls sports to keep that figure trim Every
afternoon this spring you could find the more
energetic femmes havmg taken over the boys
gym to pursue their sport madly chasmg the shut
tlecock birdie to you about the four courts
Whether they earned a Wilkins swish or a Gel
ler ugh depended on their own skill Playing
doubles each week the girls participated in a
tourney type contest with their names posted on
a ladder affair and moved up if they won Mary
Lou Fmnegan was chairman of this sport
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headed by Corneha Brown, presldent, Nancy Woldenberg, v1ce presldent,
and Peggy Kahles, secretary Part of the group's actwxtxes were a cake
and candy sale, arrangmg for games wnth other schools, recordmg the
after school pomt system, and dlstrlbutmg the awards at the end of the
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