North Babylon High School - Blazer Yearbook (North Babylon, NY)

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'Q' N in 4 'Q .4 A - R . 1 - . 5, , 4 91' 1 ., Q '- , ,l 'fi . v... v . -4 r NB ,Qu W , .Q-P' Q ' Bw "' - 1... ' aw ' -P " Q ' as ' x . ,W if A' wa .. 'R ' fi f , 7 ' ' w ' N f x K P' ' . FF 1 A , L . i -ill.. ws' i , f gf. Q, "" ' - . Y", -. ' '. 1,5 1 - 'Y ,Q Nl A-, 'is-,W , u- Dr at he-mdk I ' H M ' :W ' ... , x A-5, . AM. a x .ny -nk z .,,,.- m .,1 - I Ml - .. F., ' . , 5 v J 5, 'Q-na 'Gi-1. is LU A H,- - ww 1. Za - - ' ' ., - - , fa 'Q 'ya 'ft 'Z 4 , 10 "' 1 f-A-- - .laoflsu LLT Expandmg The Central Administration Building which regulates policy for our eight schools. 1- The North Babylon Public Library has acquired 14,000 volumes in its first year of operation. 4 y Community In the space of a very few years, North Babylon has evolved from a small cluster of shops and homes into a bustling, thriv- ing community. Proof of this new-found suburban sophistication can be seen in the public library, Phelps Lane Park, the Belmont Lake Junior High School-and in the at- mosphere as a whole, an atmosphere com- posed of progress and awareness and a desire to make the very most of the op portunities at hand. The Phelps Lane Memorial Park has proved to be a vel popular addition to our town's recreational facilities W The Greenway Apartments exemplify the modern housing being built in our community. One of the neat, attractive streets in our locality. P The Belmont Lake School, our newest Junior High, is in its first year of operation. The Parliament Place School is the latest addition to the elementary part of our school system. The Sunrise Federal Savings Bank is typical of the many fine new businesses in our area. Foreword The words of an Alma Mater should be an almost ineffable expression of truth and honor and knowledge and unity and growth. An Alma Mater should typify the atmosphere of a school, with a scope and depth and intensity that would be unattainable in prose. In so portraying the inner spirit of a high school, an Alma Mater reveals the widely divergent and yet harmonizing personalities of the students and the faculty. Therefore we, in The Blazer of 1963, have endeavored to show the inti- mate and intricate relationship existing between the Alma Mater and our environment as we know it. Table of Contents 1 PAGE FOREWORD 6 is n H I Central Administration and Board 8 ll I I I Administration, Faculty, and Curriculum 14 Seniors 40 Underclass 88 G Activities 108 Sports 140 Advertisements 175 "Alma Maiergn The many years, the friends, these memories siili new Will stay with ns, though we may go far from you. And we'll think about the laughter and the tears, As we look back through the years. As we go toface the world unafraid Through siorrns and trials you have given us your aid. And we pledge this day our promise we 'll hold true, Thai we,ll bring no shame to you. Board of N MR. AUGUST GINOCCHIO President MR. PETER BRENNAN MR. ANTHONY MAFF ETON E JR Vice-President MRS. MARGARET HEIDINGER MR. DONALD LONG Education MRS. ROWENA SPADER MR. EDWIN GROSS Composed of a group of very dedicated people, this Board of Education has done much to aid students, teachers, and the entire North Babylon community. The members have striven so that our rapidly expanding schools could remain on full session, when in most other growing communities on Long Island this has become an impossibility. They have provided for our teachers working conditions which are pleasant and satisfying and have thereby gained for us the recognition and respect of other school systems. To community development, the Board of Education has added an excellent educational system and modern, attractive school buildings. Above all, the Board of Education has always received our problems graciously and worked along with us in solving them prudently. For these, and other actions too numerous to mention, we, the Class of 1963, wish especially to thank the Board of Education. E . ! BOARD MEMBERS: L-R, Standing: Mr. Stewart Jonsson, Mr. John Powers, Mr. William DeLuca, Mr. Peter Brennan, Mr. Donald Long, L-R, Seated: Mrs. Margaret Heidinger, Mr. Edwin Gross, Mr. August Cinocchio, Mrs. Rowena Spader, Mr. Anthony Maffetone Jr. Q Central """"l 'f"'Y X MR. WILLIAM E. DeLUCA District principal its gg Lg ia is K A3-Ms MR. STEWART JONSSON DR. ARTHUR VENEZIA 1 Assistant District Principal Director of Instructional Services 5 Administration Working in harmony with the Board of Educa- tion and the various school heads, the Central Administration endeavors to translate policies into concrete terms. Mr. William E. DeLuca, Jr., new district princi- pal, now heads this essential part of our educational system. He has served North Babylon for fourteen years in the capacity of educator, teacher, build- ing principal, administrative assistant and assistant district principal. He is presently working on his doctoral dissertation, in addition to his duties as district principal. Mr. Stewart Jonsson now fills the post of Assist- ant District Principal. As all of us remember, Mr. Jonsson was Senior High School Principal for six years, and brings to his new position twenty years of experience in the field of education. Aided by a staff of proven merit, including Dr. Arthur Venezia, Director of Instructional Services, the Central Administration has continued to provide admirable service to both community and schools. MR. JOHN POWERS Business Manager MR. WILLIAM F. RODDIN Supervisor of Attendance MR. CHARLES HEISER Director of Physical Education and Athletics MR. R. STEELE PHILLIPS Director of Music I I I I I I I I I I P , I I I I I I I I I I I X ff Qw- Q nn X ' N'f'l'hiWf B u bi A 1: 0: ,T 44:2 DBDU 1 f-' ' nance 4 Q , Q 4 1 SUE 3 I U I c' I u . of A Q-1 " 1 X, ,Q H6-:QI -' Al' , , X.-3' .- 5-il T117 ' Through storms and trials you have given us your uid, 'y School Administration 5541- eggs is X MISS I4 YN HOREY MR. PATRICK KIRWAN Principal With the appointment of Mr. Patrick W. Kirwan as Senior High School principal this year, the school has gained an able administrator, and we have re-acquired a wise counselor and sincere friend. With warm humor, strong example, and generous counsel he has helped us to become not only better students but better people as well. Ably assisting Mr. Kirwan in his endeavors is Miss Jac- quelyn Horey, another friend to all of us for the past three years. She, too, has contributed much to the development of North Babylon Senior High School and to making it the excellent school that it is. For such outstanding school ad- ministrators, we, the senior class, acknowledge our debt and gratitude. Guidance MR. ROBERT MILLER Senior Counselor The Class of 1963 wishes to use this opportunity as a means of acknowledging the benefits and intangible aids which it has received from numerous sources. To no one person, however, are we more indebted than to our guidance counselor, Mr. Robert Miller. For the past three years Mr. Miller has advised, encouraged, and otherwise assisted us in the planning of our lives and careers, and for this do we thank him. i MR. EDGAR THOMAS MISS LILY NUNEZ MR. EDWARD SLIER Sophomore Counselor Sophomore Counselor Junior Counselor Honor Society Advisor English , 5 The English language is the means by which we communicate and express to others our needs, our ideas, and our inmost feel- ings. Without it most of us would be unable to secure jobs, find rec- reation, or even fall in love. It is also a way of teaching and learn- - ing the deeper meanings of life and all connected with it. By study- ing English, we are afforded the opportunity to read and discuss the beliefs and observations of some of the most profound think- ers of all time. ,.,1- .S , -,eff 'if Sl MR JOSEPH FRAITES, Area Coordinator English 11, 12 i MISS PATRICIA DE CASPER English 10, 12 MRS. MAUREEN HOFFMAN English 10 MISS MARY-JO COPIA English 11, 12 Department MR. JAMES GILGAN MRS. MARGARET SLAWSON English 12, Speech and Dramatics English 10, 11 E S F s swans gnu Hifi? X Mr. Gorgone samples Paradise during Spirit Week. Y I E MRS. ANN CUNNINGHAM MR. EDWIN C. FAUST English 10, Painting I, ll, Costume Design English 10, 11 Englzsh MRS. PATRICIA S. HOGEBOOM MR. JAMES SULLIVAN English 11, 12 English IO, 12, Latin III, IV, Blazer Advisor 'LX I-Q .SFX I L 5 . ' Efiksw if 5 FP-5c:1fiSi5.fX A . - Q K Q5qiQ.kgfA,i5iQ.-E1 I I - .I,II I L. . .. Xl, K .. . I.. NM I I . xiii X5 41 I YNY 31 wx, -- .X-, . X - A X Y -- K V- A - I .LZLLLLELXQLLLL LLLLLL N XX . X X MISS JOYCE WILLIAMS English IO NWI' slmll mow ulwud with vigalf' promisei MR. VINCENT CORCONE I8 Eugvm- IM- Tlmnius. English Il, Pines Advisor Citizenshi Education H7 By studying Citizenship Education, we X c not only broaden our knowledge of our A Al Lffvfiown country and other countries, but we ff MD K TLJ5 f help ourselves to become better citizens. l GL, LW ducatlon of a citizen Acquiring a by For Citizenship Education is just that- X' f u a n ' n n N75 .A MR. RUSSEL .l. CAMARDA Area Coordinator, American History I, II, Bowling Coach I MRS. VIOLA WILDMAN World History, American History I MR. AIAEX POTTETTI World History 1 Fr eh is organised enables us to com- fw 1 - 1 . of the svstem by which our gov- v Y ,ff SEN pa it with the gover nts of other coun- 'K VLFIIIQFS ax dyseek ans of improving it and Ayn! Q jk iew sfor erishing it. 42? I A the electives offered by this de- ,6 5, A , r ent is the World Affairs and Eco- cff' it nopjcsfelass, under the leadership of Mr. ff X' ssrnafi. The students in this class study lf! 1 ortant events of the day and the finan- tem of our country. v N Mr. Lindner arrives just in time for one of the many team teaching sessions in the Little Theater. Citizenshqa MR., STEPHEN RUSSMAN World History, Foreign Affairs and Economics MR. MICHAEL P. ANDREWS American History I, Growler Advisor MR. THOMAS LAVAN American History II 5 S .Q . wt t NIR. JOSEPH ALLENZA h MR, DANIEL DONACHY World History. :Xlm'l'i1'11r1 HISWIT I- H American History I, H, Golf, Varsity Soccer Coavh 5 I Education Uisg . on if Y X suns MR. GEORGE KELLY MR. WILLIAM ANGELOS World History, Varsity Football, Baseball Coach World History, Junior Class Advisor MR. HARRY LINDNER American History I, II was so Mr. Lavan enjoys a laugh as he points to one of the many areas lie has taught about in American History 11, as Dean Shanley and Lynn Ham- mond look on. 2 Science Science helps one to answer the age old questions of "how?,' and "why?" By studying Biology one examines and tries to understand the relationship between man and his environment. In Chemistry the com- position of important minerals and chemi- cals necessary for everyday life is explored. Through Physics important mechanical con- concepts of science become clear. Advanced Placement Biology was intro- duced in North Babylon High this year. Under the guidance of Mr. Smith, inter- ested students in this course study the chemical aspects of biology with the chance of securing college credit or special place- ment if they are successful. MRS. KATHLEEN WILLOUGHBY Health and Applied Biology, Biology l Health and Applied Biology, Biology, Wrestling Coach MR. HAROLD MAHONEY MR. RALPH LAAKKONEN Health and Applied Biology, Biology MR. MORTON WOLFSON Chemistry, Physics, Audio Visual l MR. RAY KOBIELSKI Health and Applied Biology, Chemistry, Applied Chemistry Department i MR. CARL SMITH MR. MICHAEL LEVINE Area Coordinator, Chemistry, Advanced Placement, Biology Chemistry, Biology Chemistry students Joyce Murray, Suzanne Wiseman, and Barbara Hoover, participate in one of the many interesting labs offered them throughout the year. MR. KENNETH J. HARRIS MR- ALAN LJ PORTNOY Chemistry, Physical Science, Math 11 Bi0l0gY, APPHCCI Chemisfw 23 Mathematzcs Although brevity of space prevents us from cataloguing all that is excellent in the mathematics department, certainly typ- ical of its general high quality is the ad- vanced placement mathematics class con- ducted by department chairman Mr. Nicholas Ambrosiano. Begun in the tenth grade as an experimental class composed of students whose interest in math made them willing to meet every morning prior to the regular school day, the pres- ent advanced class is just one more ex- ample of North Babylon High School's determination to serye all students by pro- viding an enriched program whenever one is required. MR. NICHOLAS AMBROSIANO Area Coordinator, Math II, Elementary Algebra, Ad vanced Placement Math, Math Club Advisor ADVANCED PLACEMENT MATH CLASS MISS MARGARET MICCICHE Math 10, 11, Tennis Coach, Cheerleading Advisor Advanced Placement Math students Richard Meyer, William Shreiner, Roger La Rose, and Mark Spelman listen attentively as Mr. Ambrosiano explains one of the many complex problems they encounter throughout the year. M Department .2 f 1 .Dil if X lla MR. JOHN NOTHEIS MR. CHRISTOPHER VIGLIOTTA Math 10, 12. A8113 Math 11, Chemistry, Health and Applied Biology MR. NEIL F. SHARP Math 10, Intermediate Algebra ine 4 MR. ARNOLD JOHNSON MRS. BARBARA KAHAN General Math, Elementary Algebra, Math 10 Math 10 Language "To understand all is to forgive allf' If this is so, then certainly one of the greatest instruments for peace is acquiring mastery of a foreign languageg for by this means one extends his sympathy to the people of at least one foreign nation. One learns not only how to speak their language, but also how to appreciate their customs and traditions. Such knowledge draws the world closer together by showing how we are all alike. MR. VINCENT J. COLOTTI French II, III, IV, Senior Class Advisor Electrical technicians disclose complicated mechanics of control center in the language laboratory. t MR. FRANCIS TUCCI MISS MAR1 Lou GERARDI Spanish I, IL IV Spanish II, III, English 10 Department MR. ERNEST SIMONETTI French I, II MR. PARKER KENDALL German II, III Mr. Col0tti's third year French students listen atten- tively in one of their many language labs. MISS MAUREEN KEHOE Spanish II, III Mr. Simonetti discusses a French dialogue record with French II students Maureen'Candler, John Aronica, and Bob Kross. Business More than just interesting are business coursesg they prepare students for the world of commerce following directly after graduation. Students pursuing business courses are prepared for very popular and profitable careers as secretaries, buyers, bookkeepers, and merchandizers. The business department also provides a service to the college-bound student by of- fering courses in notetaking and personal typing. MRS. ESTHER HORTON Typing I, Personal Typing MR. KENNETH DOBERT Typing I, Office Practice I, Business Arithmetic MRS. HELEN PANOPOULOS Area Coordinator, Bookkeeping II, Business Arith- metic, Salesmanship and Business Management ,.....-use MR. BRENDAN McCANN Bookkeeping I, Business Law, Basketball Coach o , . MRS. BURKE WILSON Typing I, Office Practice I, II Department MRS. GRACE BEZA Shorthand I, Typing I, Secretarial Practice, Office Practice I MISS BARBARA THORNHILL Shorthand l, Typing I, Secretarial Practice, S.A. Treasurer MR. EDWIN M. SCHULTHEIS Student Store, Retailing I, II, Distributive Educa- tion MR. RICHARD VANSLETTE Shorthand I, Typing I, Notetaking, S. A. Advisor Q ...Ir. I SNA MISS MARY ANN WOYCICHOWSKY Shorthand II and Transcription, FBLA Advisor They'll never sit on the boss's lap. Art, Industrial MR. DAVID HOROWITZ Metal I, II, Transportation MR. FRANK ABATE Audio Visual Coordinator, Mechanical Drawing I "One million and one, one million and two," Richard Zaleski and Robert Drago count as the football pro- fframs come hot off the press. D The courses offered by teachers pictured here range from the history of modern painting to the mechanical functioning of a car. Industrial Art prepares boys for employment beginning right after graduation. It also helps prepare boys who are interested in the further study of architecture and engineering, for pursuing careers in these fields. Art helps many talented students to express themselves through painting, sculpture, and de- sign. The work of these students often exhibited in the halls throughout the year is a steady source of enjoyment. Driver Education teaches students not only how to drive a car properly, but how to become careful and courteous drivers as well. MR. FRANK MANHARDT Area Coordinator, Mechanical Drawing II, III, IV, Cross Country Coach MR. RICHARD SOLAT Interior Design, Graphics, Basic Art Arts MR. ROBERT LAING Driver Education, Klechanical Drawing MR. JOHN HARMELINC Mechanical Drawing I, Advanced Wood, General Wood, Driver Education, Track Coach MR. EMANUEL AXELROD Printing I, ll, Electricity I, II, Driver Education Mr. Horowitz shows shopmen Anthony Battaglia and John Riboudo how to solder one of their projects. V. MR. ROLAND CARTIER Driver Education, .l.V. Football and Wrestling Coach Home Economics If girls in home economics classes learn how to keep from sticking themselves when they are pinning up a hem, they also learn how to keep from getting "stuck" when they arelchoosing a dress or a hairstyle or a range or a rug or a roast. Chances are that the young men these damsels marry won't feel "stuck" either, since they'll be acquiring partners with domestic ex- perience and skill. In short these courses are designed not only to teach a girl all that is required to become a good wife and mother, but they assist her to become an assured, well-groomed lady as well. MRS. MARJORIE J. FLOOR Area Coordinator, Homemaking I, II, XI "A stitch in time saves nine," so say Jo Ann Latsch and Joan Schillinger as they alter a dress in Homemaking I. MRS. MARGRET RUSSO Homemaking I, II, X "When did you say the cake sale was?" asks Joyce Murray of June Jobs, Jackie Frank, Mary- lou Marano, and Pat Quartarar. Physical Education Staffed by excellent instructors and equipped with the very finest facilities, North Babylon High has certainly made the sort of physical fitness advocated by President Kennedy possi- ble for all of its students. Boasting both a fine interscholastic and varied intramural program, this school provides some form of mental re- freshment and physical development for every student. Every aspect of these programs con- tributes to the attainment of the somewhat trite hut incontrovertihle classic maxim, 6'Sana mens, in sano corporef' eg MR. JOSEPH KASKOUN Physical Education MISS ELEANOR MULLIN I u U Mr. Kaskoun's gym students demonstrate preci Physical Education, Girls' Sports Sion jumping jacks. i r P Ti E. s MR. FRANK KIESECKER MISS FLORENCE BALDWIN Ph sical Education Assistant Football C ch Y , 08 Physical Education ss as - -as X s R ks Sf Special Faculty members pictured here perform services without which the school would not be complete. All students enjoy our well- stocked library, the excellent performances, of the band and choir, the services of the school nurse, and many other facilities rendered possible by the other people in this category. Included in this general area is Dr. Jack Wanger, who this year introduced a course in Psychology. Students of Dr. Wanger will agree that Psychology is an extremely in- teresting and absorbing subject. l s l MR. I. SCOTT HAMOR Band, Music I, Instrumental Instruction ' P Y 5 VS I it MRS. DOROTHY SAXTON Nurse Sax section warms up for next football game. MR. JOHN J. CRIMES Cooperative Work Program MISS MARIE WEBER Librarian MR. LOUIS BRAUN Attendance Officer DR. JACK WANGER Psychologist Areas Have you tried the Yellow Pages, Bill Shock? X MR. ROBERT BRYANT Senior Arts Parent- Teacher Association The Parent-Teacher Associa- tion is an organization of which we are all very proud because of its wonderful work in binding home and school life together. The many scholas- tic and social events sponsored by the PTA throughout the year are enjoyed by both parents and students alike. Members of this association have an interest in both com- munity and school activities. Every year the PTA gives hundreds of dollars in scholar- ships to graduating seniors, and for this and all the other things they do, we are verv grateful. Mrs. K. Preston, President: Mrs. I. Coomes. Second Vice President: Mrs. M. Heidingei Council Delegateg Mr. L. Russman, Treasurer. Clerical Staff OFFICE STAFF-L-R, M. Gaige, I. Conaughton, F. Saks MRS. LOUISE DEVINE Guidance Secretary 36 MRS. MARIE BOMMARITO MRS. MILDRED MORROW Guidance Secretary Clerk to Librarian PTA OFFICERS: L-R: Mrs. J. Fuller, historiang Mrs. M. Ovens, Recording Secretaryg X Bas, Cafeteria, and Custodial BUS STAFF: L-R: A. Jacovino, G. Schested, R. Bartolomo, F. Oelschlager, P. Diguilio, P. Beckwith, J. Lemon. Staffs Few of us realize the effort made by the people pictured on this page to make our school better. Students who live at a distance ride to school every morning on school buses driven by capable bus drivers. We all enjoy the delicious lunches that are served to us in the cafeteria every day. The custodial staff keeps the school clean and keeps the school grounds in excellent condition for athletic and other events. The friendly ladies working in the office are always extremely helpful in giving advice and directions. MR. JOSEPH LOVIIZIO, Supervisor of Transportation CAFETERIA STAFF: L-R. luis.. Mccuife, B. Marsh, M. Baefiezn, F. scagia-me, I.zOcelik, E. Weiss, T. Dragonette, F. Trayer, A. Deders, P. Cray, L. Clark, J. Burger, H. Kelly, R. Campanaro, A. Jew, A. Little, E. Todd, Background-C. Benvenuto ' l 1 CUSTODIAI. STAFF: L-R: M. Cavalieri, J. Lovalvo, s. Trimb01i, H. DvoQci O. Michaels, M. Pannullo, T. Bodner MISS FLORENCE McGUlRE, Dietician . of MR. RICHARD P. LUCKNER, Supervisor of Building and Grounds 37 Mfg., 2 W y .,eO WL9' +6 M OOYJX 4 f 2 ef 4 5 2 S A K 0' f v X Q X f : .LW ' 9,9 .16--X if? rn.. Wi' 3- fi 79" "The many years the friends, these memories still new . T DIANA STOIBER 1 Class Officer 1, President 123 S.A. 123 GROWLER 10, 11, 123 Volleyball 113 Basketball 103 Apparatus 113 Steering Committee 11, 123 Prom Com- mittee 11, 123 Future Nurses Club 123 Co-ordinator of .lun- ior Prom Honors 93 Magazine Drive Award 113 Secretary of Suffolk County Scholastic Press Association 11 1 U Under ,the leadership of Diana Stoiber, ably assisted by Marie Cognetta, Lee Huffman, Jeff Moore, and Joan!Esposito, the senior class has had an extremely rewarding year. It began with a resounding victory in the Junior-Senior Soccer game and continued with the adoption of a fourteen year old Korean girl and with the sale of Christmas cards. Senior Week came along in March with the Senior Dinner, a.:nd Turnabout Day, and rolled to its climax with the Senior Prom and, at long last, gradu- ation. 3 1 The willingness to listen, the desire to guide, the prudence to temper but not quench youthful enthusiasmg all these and more are the qualities of a successful class advisor. Mr. Vincent Colotti, our class ad- visor since the fall of 1961, has made full use of both his capabilities and - those of the Class of 1963. Under his direction we won the Spirit Plaque as 3 Juniors, thus demonstrating superb class and school spirit. As advisor, Mr. Colotti has done an admirable job, and is deserving of a meed of praise in recognition of that fact. But our thanks go to Mr. Colotti not so much as an advisor as a friend. P MR. VINCENT J. COLOTTE V F P 1 ! MARIE COGNETTA Class Officer, Treasurer 113 Vice President 12g S.A. 10, 113 N.Y.S.S.M.A. Choir Bowl- ing 9, 103 Steering Committee 9, 10, 11, 123 Art Club 10, 113 Dance Club 103 Spirit Committee Ili Play 11 JEFFREY MOORE Class Officer, Treasurer 123 S.A. 123 Foot- ball 9, 10, 11, 12Q Basketball 93 Track 9, 10, 11, 123 Steering Committee 11, 123 Prom Committee 11, 123 Sports Award 10, 11, 123 Volleyball 11, 123 Varsity Club 11, Vice President 12 MARY LEE HUFFMAN Class Officer, Secretary 123 S.A. 103 Hockey 9, 103 Volleyball 9, 103 Basketball 9, 103 Softball 9, 10, Bowling 93 Steering Com- mittee 11, 123 Art Club 9, 10, 11, 123 Li- brary Aid 123 Prom Committee 12 JOAN ESPOSITO A Class Officerg S.A. Representative 10, 123 BLAZER 123 Office Helper 93 Sub-Deb 9g Nurses Helper 9 JAMES ACKERLY JANICE ALBRECHT Wrestling 9, 125 Let- S.A. 9, 10, 11, Class Officer ter 9 11, Vice-Presidentg Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12g Volleyball 9, 10, 113 Basketball 9, 10, ll: Girls' Leaders Club 10, 11, 125 Numeral, Shield, Honors 95 Attendance Honors 9, 10, Steering Comm. 11, 123 Of- fice Helper 9, 123 Junior Re- vue Cheerleading 12 DOROTHY AMES S.A. 10, Girls' Leader Club 103 Vice-Pres. 11, Treasurer 12, National Honor Society 11, Secretary 123 Honors 9, High Honors 113 Steering Comm. 11, 12, Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12, Honor Team 11, Soft- ball 9, 10, 11, 12, Apparatus 10, 11, Track and Field 10, 11, 123 Archery 12, Badmin- ton 10, 11, Bowling 9, 10, 11, 12 ANTHONY ANASTASIO The day we thought would never come-SENIOR RINGS Mr. Fox and Mr. Merchant distribute rings to L-R: B. Humes, B. Hennesy and A. Holleburg. 42 DANA ANDREWS THERESA ARTASERSE Hockey 93 Volleyball 10: Steering Committee 11, 123 Dance Club 10, Plays 11, 12, Dramatics 123 Honors 9, 10, 11 JOHN AYVAS Office Helper 125 Hon- ors 9, 10, 115 Attendance Honors 9, 105 Stage- Q craft 105 French Club 9 RICHARD BASSO ELAINE BASSUK HAROLD West Babylon Office Helper 12 BAXTER High School 9, PINES 115 Ten- 10, 11 nis 11, 125 Art Club 10, 11, 125 Science Fair, Blue Ribbon Suffolk County Science C o n g r e s s 115 Special Science Fairg S ci e n c e Club ANNETTE BELLISSIMO Basketball 95 Softball 95 Honor Team 95 Apparatus 10g Nurses Club 11 is Bookkeeping students listen attentively to Mrs. Panopoulos MARY BERESFORD PAUL BERNARDO ARLENE BLACKINGTON JAMES BLANCHARD S.A. 125 Volleyball 9, 10, 115 Track 11, 125 Steering Com- Archery 95 Play 125 Dra- Softball 9, 105 Steering Com- mittee 11, 125 Junior and Sen- matics 125 Library Aide 12 mittee 115 Play 115 Nurse's ior Reviews5 Sports Award Helper 9, 10, 113 Attendance Letter Office 125 Future Nurses Club 9, 10, 11, 12 N31 .1 . it JUDI BARNES 2 The deserted stage seems lonely after a lively performance NEIL BONACUM St. Anthony's JUDITH BONCIOVANNI GROWLER 9, 11, Editor-in- Chief 123 S.A. 11, 123 Na- tional Honor Society 11, Treas- urer l23 Hockey 9, 10, 11, 123 Basketball 9, 10, 11, 123 Honor Team 93 Tennis 93 Archery 103 Badminton 10, 113 Bowling 9, 103 Steering Comm. 9, 10, ll, 123 Dance Comm. 9, 10, 113 High Hon- ors 9, 10, 113 Attendance Honors 103 Numeral Shield3 Letter3 Gold Keyg Girls' Leaders Club 10, 11, 12 MARYLYNN BLOWES BLAZER Art Editor 123 The Pines 113 Art Club 102 Dance Club 103 S.A. 113 National Honor Society 11, 123 Steering Committee 10, 11, 123 Dance Committee 9, 103 Prom Committee 11, 12g Play l03 High Honors 9, 103 Honors 11 CHARLOTTE BOCK Future Nurses 9, 10 BOBETTE BOEHM BLAZER 10, 113 S.A. 123 Hockey 9, 123 Hon- or Team 93 Volleyball 9, 10, 11, 123 Basketball 9, 10, 11, 123 Honor Team 11, Softball 9, 10, 113 Honor Team 93 Ap- paratus 9, 10, 11, lg Tennis 9, 10, 11, ga Archery 103 Track tg, Field 10, 112 Badminton 9, 10, 123 Bowling 9, 10, 113 Ping Pong 103 Steer- ing Committee 11, 123 Cheerleading 9, 10, 11, 123 Twirling 93 Office Helper 93 1r.-Sr. Prom Committee Numeralg Shield3 Letter3 Cold Key3 Girls' Leaders Club 10, 11, 12, Football Queen Court W 1 - fl J' ,fidjd i glllm if 1 J J 1 V Ubi ' '0 3' WL' L, 1 f X5 , V1 ff' N 1 I Qi gxalw W A 0 V,1,', GLORIA BORDAY CAROL BORG Thomas Jefferson Hockey 9, 103 Volleyball 93 Basketball 9g Plays 9, 10? Russian Club 93 Tennis Club 93 Honors 93 Attendance Honors 113 Choir 10, ll, 12 lil wtf .IOANNE BOYLE Bowling 9, 10, Steering Committee 11, 12g Hon- ors 9, 10, Attendance Honors 11 g Library Aide 9 QM- W Hockey 9, 1 leybal 9, 10, 113 minton 9, 10, 12, Bow 'ng 9, 10, 12, Girls' Chorus 10, 11, 12, Dance Club 10 tl . ...tat 1 ' 'ifiwiib Ml THOMAS BRITT urer 10 Presldent 11 Foot- ball 9 10 11 Basketball 9 10 11 12 Track 9 teer- ' g Comm. 11, 123 Math Club 95 Boys' Sports Letters 10, 11, 12 .A. 9, Class. Officer, Treas- , Z is i 4 S i 110 ,Um LQ pw i L DANIEL BRUCE BLAZER 12, Business Managerg Handbook Committee 11g Bowling Intramural 105 Steering Comm. 11, 12, Dance Comm. 9, 103 Jr. Prom, Sr. Prom Committees, Junior Re- I viewg Ass't Business Manager of N I Mag. Drive 115 High Honors 9, X3 bi' 105 Honors 115 Tennis Club 95' R115-Siall Club 93 National Hon ' WA V Mr. Smith enlightens Chemistry students D. Society 12 K 'LA E, Loth, . x DIANE BRUD NJES EDWARD BUNDSCHUH Attendance Office 113 Offig I S Lf g Basketball 9: Bowling 123 Dramatic59 H6lPCf 11 J, s Award, Letter 9, 10 HENRIETTA BROOKS Hockey 9, 115 Honor Team 123 Volleyball 10, 113 Basketball 10, 115 Softball 113 Apparatus 113 Track 9 and Field 11g Badminton 113 Bowl- ing 113 Chorus 9, 10, 11, Nurses Club 11, Dance Club 105 Draniatics 103 Steering Committee 11, 12 Lane, D. Van Leeuwen, AL BURGER Basketball 93 Bowling Intramural 9, 103 Golf 10, 11, 12, Steering Comm. 105 Chess Club 9g Attendance Honors 9, 105 Freshman Prom Comm.g Jr. Prom Com- mittee iffys.s.sa.sstssss-mem is VY WW! t MARY BURKE Farmingdale High School BLAZER 12 3 Girls' Sports Editorg Volley- ball 11, 123 Basketball 11, 123 Archery 113 Bowling 11, 123 Ping- Pong 11, 123 Steering Comm. 11, 123 Office Helper 123 Cheerleading 11, 12g Attendance Hon- ors 11g Numeral 123 Girls' Leaders 11, 123 Spirit Comm. 113 Foot- ball Queen Candidate RICHARD CALHOUN lVIARYANN CALVO FRANK CANNATA Volleyball 93 Softball 93 Photography 9 10 Football Mixed Choir 9, 10, 11, 12Q 11 12 Track 9 10 11 12 Steering Comm. 112 Dance Club 103 Honors 103 Attend- ance Honors 10, ll DINO CARUSOS Soccer 93 Basketball 9, 10, 113 Chess Club 9, 103 Science Club 9, 10 E Seniors relax after taking the New York State Regents Scholar- ship Examination. THOMAS CASORIA Football 10, 11, 123 Bas- ketball 93 Mixed Choir 10, 113 Steering Comm. 113 Dance Club 10: Chefs Club 93 Boys' Sports Award 9, 10. 11, 12 LAURA SUE CHASSY Steering Comm. 11, 123 Art Club 10: Dance Club 11, Dance Comm. 9, 10, 11, 123 Plays 9, 10, 11, 123 Dramatics 123 Chess Club 93 Honors 93 Numeral, Shield, Science Fair Excellent 9, 103 Library Aid 93 S.A. 123 GROWLER 10, 11, 123 Pines 93 Hockey 9, 103 Volleyball 9, 10, 11, 123 Basketball 9, 10, 11, 123 Soft- ball 9, 10, ll, 123 Tennis 9, 10, 11, 123 Badminton 9, 103 Bowling 9g Ping-Pong 9, 10, 11 wx Y. ROBERT CASAZZA Plainview H i g h Scl1ool3 Football 9, 10, 11, 123 Gymnas- tics 113 Art Club 113 Sports Award 9, 10, 11, 123 Varsity Club 11, Treas. 12 EDWARD CHATTERTON Chef's Club 9g At- tendance Honors 103 Science Club 9 PETER CHRISTENSEN Football Mgr. 112 Bowl- ing 123 Steering Com. 11, 12, Office Help 93 Dance Club 10, 11, Play 9, 10, 123 Stagecraft 12 CLAUDIA CHUBB Office Help 11, 123 Hockey 93 Volleyball 93 Basketball 9g Bowling 93 Honors 11, 12 RICHARD CLEMENTS GROWLER 9, 113 Foot- ball Mgr. 113 Dance Com. 11, 123 Steering Com. 11, 12, Honors 9g Mr. Lang points out the steering wheel to Driver Ed. students Bob Hall and John Rowley. Attendancp,j9ft10, 11 Top: -U' ll x , F551 9 1 1 VINCENT coNT1No N' ' y F. K. LANE Hs. 9, 10, il, f H" ' ll Y . yy' Vik 'JMB gg all V V UL fl! J, su KO Bottom: 9 1 UL W Us 'Af 45 ,f" gy? EDNA CORBIN ,UI , if 3 rx V "7 3 , V ,gf Choir 10, 11, Art Club J' 'tx Y, ,HJ ' 3 ll L" X' V " ,nf 93 Dance Club 103 Shop 1:3 'Fl' L if Jlrff Nw J"f'fyt,ff'J Club 10 N 1 rx ff ' - I' A ,U JJ U 'lg Miha lu? 'I' x m JE' AIIV .14 'X V ' ' 11.1 ff N 1 ,if ff' V 4 'rl Q cf 1 ' iff? . ,v' . f I ,VV ,fyil V ,531 1 1 fc jafyf qu, Q0 'TW GX I-.1 Z1 , ,f ,V fa! fry XI! o J ' '11 V f, MARGARET COOK RUTH COOKE FAY COOPER 3 Choir 9, 10, 11, 125 Nurses Nurses Club 9, 10, President East Memorial High Club 11, 125 .Arr Clulp 11: 113 choir 9, 10, 114 Play 9, 5011001 Play 9, 103 Library Aide 9, Library Aide 11 10, 11 FRANCES CULOTTA VITA CUSUMANO LOUISA CUTY DOMINICK Basketball 10, 12gVol1ey- West Babylon H.S. S.A. 9, 10, 11, 129 Choir 9, D'-M-ESSANDRO ball 10, Steering COIIIII1. 11, Phgiggraphy 10: Dllnce Band Honors 9, 10, 11 Dance Club 10g Play 115 12 ' Jr. Deb 9, Homemaking 9 Xenia 7-""""' f NB football fans out for an exciting afternoon CRISTINE DeFONTE MICHAEL DELEVANTE Junior Revue 11 RICHARD DeANGELIS Football 9, 10, 11, 123 Wrestling 93 Baseball 9 JOSEPH DeLUCA Newton H.S.g GROWL- ER 11, Steering Comm. 11, 12, Junior Promg Junior Revue, Gymnas- tics 11g High Honors 113 National Honor Society 12 GERALDINE DAVIS JOAN DeMARIA ROBERT M. DENNINCER EUGENE D. DeTHOMAS DANIEL DeVITA Nurses Club 9 11 12 Steer Printing Club 9 DONALD DeVITA Spanish Club 95 Li- brary Assistant 9 CAROLYN L. DICKEY BLAZER 125 GROWLER 11, 125 PINES 125 Art Edi- to r5 Attendance Honors 9, 105 Jun- ior Review5 Steering Comm. 10, 11, 125 Art Club '10, 115 Camera Club 105 Play 9, 105 Dramat- ics 95 Twirling 95 Pep Squad 105 Sci- ence Fair Award 10, Hon. Mentiong Vol- leyball 9, 105 Soft- ball 95 Basketball 9, 105 Library Aid 9, 105 Chorus 9 Steering Comm. 11, 125 Office Gymnastics 10 11 Helper 95 French Club 95 Future Teachers Club 95 Jun- ior Review Honors 95 Attend- ance' Honors 9, 105 Library Aid 9 RAYMOND DILLON 5 5 5 so G OWLER 9, 1 5 , , , Billing 9. Gymngs, Mr. Cartiecr instructs Drivers Education students Pat Hnvnes and tics 11, 12,5 Steering Bob Tarnowski on the workings of an automobile Comm. 11 1 GREGORY DiNAPOLI JOHN DOUGHERTY Football 9, Baseball 9 BARBARA DRAGONETTE S.A. 9, 10, 11, 123 Class Offi- cer Secretary 113 Steering Committee 9, 10, 11, 125 Jun- ior Reviewg Choir 9, 10, 11, Attendance Honors 9g Girls' Leaders Club 10, 11, 12, Cheerleading 9, 10, 11, 12, Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12, Volley- ball 9, 10, 11, 12, Basketball 9, 10, 11, 125 Softball 9, 10, 11, 12g Apparatus 9, 10, 11, 12, Archery 10, 11, 123 Nu- meral, Shield, Letter, Gold Key PATRICIA DYER S.A. 12, Volleyball 93 Soft- ball 9g Steering Comm. 11, 12, Twirling 9, 10, 11, 12g Dance Club 9, Play 9, Choir 9, 10, 11, 12g Football Queen 12 Seniors Edwina Shanks and Henrietta Brookes apply make-up to Bob Hall for his performance in 'Anastasia'. 50 ANTHONY EICHHORN Gymnastics 11 MYRA EISS Dance Club 9, 105 .lun- ior Revue, Dramatics 9 JANET ERNST Steering Comm. 123 Jun- ior Revue 11g Future Business Leaders of America 12 PHILIP ERNST Audio-Visual 9 LINDA FISCHER Hockey 10, 115 Volley- ball 10, 11, 125 Basket- ball 11, 125 Apparatus 11, 125 Archery 11, 125 Numeral, Art Club 9, 125 Steering Comm. 10, 11, 125 Library Aid 115 Nurses Club 11, 12 JOHN FLEMING Football 9, 10, 11, 125 Basketball 9, 115 Base- ball 9, 115 Boys' Sports Award 115 Steering Comm. 10, 115 Camera Club 95 Prom Comm. 11 Astronomy Club 9 5 Cheer up, girls, Monday morning isn't really that bad! URSULA FLUHR JO-ANN FORBES MICHAEL FORBES Alva T Stanforth HS L Steering Comm. 11, 125 braryA1d 11 Prom Comm. 115 Lab Club 10, 115 Russian Club 10, 11 VICTORIA FOX BLAZER 125 Faculty Editor5 S.A. 9, 12, Sec- retary 95 Cheerleading 10, 11, 125 Volleyball 9, 10, 115 Basketball 9, 105 Softball 95 Appara- tus 105 B Bowling 105 Choir 105 Steering Comm. 9, 10, 11, 125 Prom Comm. 11, 125 Honors 95 Numeral Shieldg Girls' Leaders Club 9, 105 American Le- gion Award 95 Junior Review RAYMOND FRANCIS Copiague H. S.g Cross Country 125 Wrestling 11g Track 11g Boys' Sports ard ,11, 2 1 1 q tw W , DWAR FRAN GROWLER 9, 11, 129 Cross Country 119 Basketball 9, 10, 11, 123 Baseball 11 g Attendance Honors 10, 11, 12: Russian Club 113 Varsity Club 12 GEORGETTE FRANKLIN Hockey 9g Volley- ball 9g Bowling 9: Steering Comm. 113 Seniors Laura Josephs and Dom D'Alessandro observe the carica- Office Help 9, 115 tures made by Mr. So1at's art classes. Stagecraft 113 Sub- Deb 9 JOHN FRANTZEN FREDERICK FRY MICHA-EL FULLER THERESA GALLETTA Bethpage H.S.3 Cross Country 113 Soccer 123 Track 10, 11, 123 Bas- ketball 10, 11, 12g Jr. Promg Varsity Club 10, 12 Spanish Club 93 Office Helper 9 THERESA GAMBINO Hockey 93 Volleyball 93 Bowling 93 Office Help- er 93 Steering Commit tee 113 Play 113 Sub- Deb 93 Honors 9 GEORGE GERMINARIO Tennis 9 ANNETTE GIAME BLAZER 103 Volleyball 123 Softball 123 Appara- tus 121 Badminton 123 Steering Comm. 103 Play 10: Choir 9, 10, 11, 12 THOMAS GIFFEN DOMINICK GIGLIO Soccer 11 12 Tennis 9 Football 9, 10, ll, 123 Basket- Bowhn 9 Steering Comm ball 93 Track 9, 10, 11, 123 11 12 Camera Club 9 Camera Club 93 Chess Club Science Club 10 93'Spirit Committee 12 7? 1j7Lm,,,i'J ELLEN GARLAND Art Club 93 Tennis Club 9 MATTHEW GASKIN .lunior Revue 113 At- tendance Honors 11 .V4f01' 1.. , J' ?'f'i2jW WJ 5 J STEPHEN GILLIS BLAZER 123 Tennis 9g Wrestling 113 Track 103 Jr. Prom Comm.3 Steering Comm. 11, 123 Attendance Honors 11 fjwatch out, it bites! 1 GLORIA GIONTA St. Albert H.S.3 Steering Comm. 123 Office Help 12 - - JOYCE GIORDANO GERARD GRANT Half Hollow Hills High Cross-Country 9, 103 Track School, Softball 9, 10, 9, 101 WrCSiliIlg 9, 10: SUTT- 113 Bowling 10 ing Committee 113 Honors 10: ,lunior Reviewg Tennis Club 95 Gymnastics 9 MICHAEL GRIECO S.A. 11, Football 9, 10, 11. 123 Basketball 9, 10, 11, 123 Baseball 9, 10, 11, 122 Steel'- ing Committee 10, 11, 12: Camera Club 9, 10: Junior Prom Committee Honors 9, 103 Attendance Honors 9, 10, 11g Bowling 9, 103 V sy BARBARA HAEGELE BLAZER 12, Hockey 9, Of- fice Helper 9, 12, Play 9, 11: Dramatics 9, Prom Com- mittee 9, 123 Nurses Helper 9 w X Club 11, 12 Jn ' iw , faq V ,1 1 ' ft ' A DMOZ! If IXILA I7 V 6 N ,DMN '7 f YW ,' VA Udl V , Nt 'iT A ' A lfn,,,fJ'9 if Q 1191? J , QNX' ' Wy tif' V W ll 1 01 at of-f L 1 lf'E"' Y ga-'full' ' WV N .X-'Nz L1 KQNX VA, lDit"fQ1t"t42 A -lrr, 1 kt-off v 4 If A If ve ' , r I U 'HU I if ufffv There's Sue Wiseman sleep-walking again Uanet Schneider, Jeannette Tomford, Mary Lynn Zacharyl LYNN HAMMOND PATRICIA HART SA. 10g Play 93 Gym- Art Club 9: Sub-Deb 9g nastics Club 95 Tennis Homemaking 9 Club 9, Honors 9 X wise Nw hmisv WILLIAM HAIBY Abraham Lincoln High School, GROWLER 11, PINES 113 National Honor Society 11, 12: Football Manager 119 Baseball Manager 103 Math Club 10, 113 High Honors 10, 11 ROBERT HALL Cross-Country Manager 129 Bowling 10: Plays 9, 10, 11, 12: Steering Committee 11g Stage- craft 10, 11, 12: Dra- matics 9, 10, 11, 12, Camera Club 9: Honors 9, 10g N.Y.S.S.M.A. 11g Choir 9, 10, 11, 123 Aud- io-Visual 113 Science Fair 11 KAREN HARTMANN Hockey 9, 10, 11, 125 Honor Team 10, 11, 123 Volleyball 9, 10, 11, 125 Honor Team 10, ll, 12: Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12, Honor Team 10, 11, 123 Softball 9, 10, 11, 125 Honor Team 10. 11, 125 Ap- paratus 9, 10, 11, 125 Bad- minton 10, ll, 123 Honor Team 10, 11, 123 Cheerlead- ing 9: Chorus 10, 11, 12: Numeral, Shield: Letter, Gold Key, Girls' Lenders Club 9, 10, President 11, 125 Office Help 9, 10, 11, 12 on ELIZABETH HEALY GROWLER 11, 123 Hockey 9, 10, Volley- ball 9, 10, ll, 123 Bas- ketball 9, 10, Softball 9, 103 Apparatus 9, 10, 11, Office Helper 9, 125 Bowling 9, Plays 9, 11g Prom Committee 11, 12 LEONARD HARVEY GROWLER 12, Bus- iness Managerg Bas- ketball 9, 11g Foot- ball 10, Play 11, Camera Club 103 .lunior Prom Com- mittee, Boys' Sports Award 9, 10, 11 PATRICIA HAYNES Tennis Club 9, Archery Club 93 Li- brary Aid 9, 10 Tony Eivlmrn works lulrfl to complete his project. JAMES HEALY BERNADETTE HENESY JEANNE HERSH Honors 9, 11 Queen of the Rosary Acad- St. Barbara's H.S.g Basket- demyg Volleyball 12g Steer- ball 9g Track and Field 12, ing Committee 11, 129 Prom Art Club 113 Bowling 113 Committee 11, 12 Russian Club 113 Future Nurses Club 11, 12, Attend ance Honors 9, 10 DOROTHY HILL - BLAZER 125 Activities Editorg CROWLER 125 Volleyball 125 Basket- ball 125 Prom Committee 125 Jr. Revueg Dramatics 95 'Steering Comm. 11, 125 Pep Squad 10 ANNE HOLLNBERGER VIRGINIA HOLMES St. Dominic H.S.5 Jr. Revueg Hockey 11, 125 Dance Club Steering Comm. 125 Prom 105 Future Nurses 10, 11, V. Comm. 125 Honors 115 THE Pres. 125 Girls' Leaders 9 PINES 12 The things you go through to lays 5 vile? FRANCES HUFFMAN S.A. 125 Volleyball 10, 11, 125 Archery 105 95 Steering Com ttee 11 125 Choir f 25 ,Attendance I2 1 9, 105 Li ry . st 5 Play '- ' 9 TY H s C N at . , C e f- WL NT. " Gb N 5 V5 S1110 1 ,C6 Bowling A f-9 9 1 11 CDI?-' ,-SNL 1 Q32 1 g 0 10 4 We 5 P 11 12 ROBERT HYDE Chess Club 95 Wres- tling 9 BLAZER 12, OWLER 115 Steering Comm. 115 Honors 9, 115 Prom Comm. 11, 125 Stagecraft 115 Dramatics 9, 10, ll, 125 Choir 9, 10, 11, 12 vest 5, Q95 XS R 125 - , 5 ockey m. , M ance 'Cl 5 ro Comm. , 5 Plays 9, 10, 11, 125 Dra- matics 9, 10, 11, 125 Fu- ture Teachers 95 Choir 9, 10, 11, 125 Choir 9, 10, 11, 125 Honors 9, 10, 115 National Honor So- ciety 12 MARGUERITE .IAHOSKY GROWLER ll, 125 Hockey 95 Softball 95 Choir 9, 10, 11, 125 Steering Comm. 125 Prom Comm. 12 5 Play 9, 10, 115 Honors 9, 10, 11 ROSEMARY HUCKE Franklin K. Lane H.S.5 GROWLER 10, 115 Archery 9, 10, 11, 125 Track and Field 125 Badminton 125 Bowling 95 Office Help 125 Dance Comm. 105 Dramatics 95 Russian Club 115 Honors 95 Library Assistant 10, 11 DEN ISE JARMARK BLAZER 115 Volleyball 95 Basketball 95 Play 115 Soft- ball 95 Bowling 95 Steering Comm. 125 Photography Club 0 DIANE JASUNAS Bowling Honor Team 9, 10, 11, 125 Honors 9, 10 O! , RICHARD JESAITIS Football 9, 10, 11, 125 Basket- ball 105 Baseball 95 Tennis 105 Track 11, 125 Wrestling 95 Bowling 95 Gymnastics 10, 11, 125 Steering Comm. 9, 11 12 Sports Award 9 5 Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. S3 regard' JOMISQ YQ . SVN at so Q QJN 'X W 10, , 9 , 10, 11, 125 varsity Club 11, Q5 s 0 12 BQ Q if 3 sgesss of rise r DAVID JONES Soccer 9, 10, 11, 125 Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 125 Track 9, 10, 11, 125 Band 9, 10, 115 Camera Club 95 Attendance Honors 105 Varsity Club 12 LAURA JOSEPHS BLAZER 125 S.A. 9, 10, 11, 125 Hockey 9, 10, 11, 125 Volleyball 9, 10, 11, 125 Basketball 9, 105 Apparatus 10, 115 Bowl- ing 9, 10, 11, 125 Choir 9, 10, 11, 125 Steering Comm. 10, 11, 125 Nurses Club 115 Jr.-Sr. Promg Play 95 Honors 9, 105 Numeral, Shieldg Girls' Leaders 9, 10, 11, 12 MARSHA KALL Volleyball 9, 10, 11, 125 Basketball 95 Softball Honor Team 9, 10, 11, 125 Track and Field 10, 11, 125 Camera Club 9, 105 Attendance Honors 9, 115 Numeral, Shield, Letter, Gold Key B 3513 Students in printing class set type for THE PINES QA. Reimer and J. Cantonel 57 FRANCINE KAVOWRAS BLAZER 125 S.A. 103 Hockey 95 Volleyball 11, 12g Basket- ball 9g Softball 93 Bowling 123 Choir 11g Steering Comm. 9, 10, 11, 12g Play 11, 123 Honors 93 Library Aide 9, 10, 11 CHARLOTTE KELLY PATRICIA ZE Archery 11, 12g Badminton BLA 11, 123 Bowling 9, 10, 11, 12, Sub-Deb 91 Gymnastics 11 Centlemanly Bernard Case holds books for Carol Borg. MARGARET KLEVINSKAS Future Nurses 11, 123 Office Helper 10g Sub-Deb 95 Li- brary Aide 9, 10, 11,12 MICHAEL KOEBEL Football 10 JOSEPH KOZMA Basketball 93 Wres- tling 10, 115 At- tendance'Honors I0 LOUISE LA ROCCO BLAZER 113 Hockey 93 Vola leyball 103 Archery 9g Bow ing 9, 103 Steering Comm. 11, 123 Jr. Rcvue3 Attendance Honors 9, 10 ROBERT KROSS Baseball 9, 11, 12, Choir 9, 10, 11, 123 Steering Comm. 9, 11,' 12, Play 93 Honors 9 MARIE LA MONTAGNE Hockey 93 Volley- ball 93 Basketball 93 Softball 93 Choir 103 Steering Comm. 113 Attendance Honors 9, 103 Li- brary Aide 10, 11 CARLEN E KUCZKOWSKI CROWLER 11, 121 THE PINES 123 Hockey 93 Soft- ball 9, 113 Choir 9, 10, 11, 123 Play 9, 10, 113 Honors 9, 10, 113 Library Assistant 9, 10, 113 Play 1, 2, 3, 4 JANET KUHN BLAZER Index Editor 123 GROWLER 93 Of- fice Helper 93 Bowling 9g Prom Comm, 11, 12, Attendance Honors 9, 10, 11, Library Aide 9, 113 Jr. Revue DANIEL LANE M. Kall, D. Lane, F. Kavouras and C. Kuczkowski give Miss Kehoe's car the A-1 treatment at the Senior class car wash. R L RO c r 1 , 1 123 pebpll 11, 3 olleyba , 1 3 and 9, 1 3 Hon 3 V JAMES LARSEN GROWLER 103 Football 125 Cross-Country 103 Wrestling Mgr. 10, Tennis 113 Track , , , ance Band 93 Dance Committee sity Club 12 Jn y AAO' Golf 12' Band 9' D f ea my op MW UMW? 113 Math Club 10, 11, 12, Vice-President 113 High Honors 93 Honors 103 Sci- ence Fair 9, 10, 11, Honor- able Mention .IO ANN LATSCH S.A. 11, 123 Hockey Honor Team 9, 10, 12, Volleyball 9, 10, 123 Honor Team 113 Tennis 11, 12, Softball 9, 103 Archery 10, Bowling 93 .Cheerleading 9, 10, 11, 123 Steering Comm. 11, 123 Office Help 9, 11, 123 Dance Comm. 9, 10, 11, 12: Play 93 High Honors 93 Honors 10, 11? National Honor So- ciety 12 Mr. Vincent Colotti, Senior Class advisor, shows that correct mouth formation is necessary to produce authentic French sounds. Top: JAMES LEIBERMAN Bottom :x JOSEPH LOFARO Dance Club 99 Wrestling 9, 10, Camera Club 10 ROBERT LONG 9, Library Aid 9 ROBERT LA VIOLETTE Bryant High School THERESA LEO Hockey 9, Volleyball 9, 10, Pep Squad 10, Softball 95 Basketball 9, Bowling 9: Nurses Aid 12, Aub4Deb 9g Steering Committee 11, 12g Dance Club 10g Spanish Club 93 Plays 11, 12, Prom Com- mittee 11, 12, Library Aid 11, Camera Club 9, 10 KENNETH LEUCK Wrestling 9, Honors 9 RICHARD LONGWELL. GROWLER 12, Bowling 9, Dance Committee 9 125 Dramatics 9, 12g History Club 9g Oratory and Debate ELSA LOTH S.A., Vice President 11, President 12, Class Officer, Vice President 93 President 103 Hockey 9, 10, 11, 125 Honor Team 10, 113 Volleyball 9, 10, 11, 123 Honor Team 10, 123 Basketball 9, 10, ll, 12, Honor Team 10, 11, Softball 9, 10, Ap- paratus 9, 10, 11, 125 Tennis 10, 11, 123 Cheerleading 9, 10, Il, 123 Office Help 125 Dance Committee 9, 10, ll. 12, Honors 95 Girls' Leaders Club 10, 11, 125 Numeral: Shield g Letter g Gold Key JOAN MAGUIRE BLAZER Ed.-in-Chief 123 S.A. 11, 123 National Honor Society 11, Vice Pres. 123 Volleyball 9, 103 Basketball 9, 103 Softball 93 Badminton 105 Bowling 9, 10: Ping Pong 10Q Steering Comm. 113 Office Helper 93 High Hon- ors 9, 10, 11, Att. Honors 9g Numeral 93 Scholastic Letter3 Scholastic Medal, Girls' Lead- ers 10? Suffolk County Math Contest 10 W Yi 7 SHIRLEY LOY RAYMOND LUKEMAN JAMES LYONS WILLIAM MARINO BLAZER S orts Ed 12 SA p . 3 . . 93 National Honor Society 113 Wrestling 10, 11, 123 Steering Comm. 11, 123 Prom Comm. 113 Honors 10, 113 High Honors 93 Scholastic Award 93 Sports Award Let- terg Senior Prom Chairman 123 Junior Review Mr. Hamor SALLY ANNE LUCKETTI Hockey 9g Volleyball 123 Mixed Choir 113 Steering Com. 12: Art Club 113 Prom Com. 12g Plays 11, 123 Pep Squad 10Q Att dance Hon- ors 93 Sub-Deb 3 Clu 'X ROBERT MARSH Dance Comm. 9, 10Q Plays 9, 103 Chess Club 10,112 Sports Award 93 Science Fair 9 the Christmas JANE LUDDEN John Jay High Schoolg Hockey BLAZER 123 123 Apparatus 123 Bad- minton 9, 123 Band 93 rses Club 11, 12: om Comm. 1 e b y 'd 9, 12 Choir mg C m. 12 123 Li- ALAN MARTIN Attendance Honors 9 x,s .s ,. ss.. -, i s,t, oW,mtl1aus JAMES MARTIN DIANE MARVILL1 Dramatics 12 Office Helper 93 Dramat- ics 93 Honors 9, 103 Sub-Deb Club 9 The Varsit Soccer team eats oranves for cncrvy durinff half-time. D D G BERNARD MICHAEL CAROLE MILIO Art Club 93 Camera Bowling 93 Honors 9, 113 Club 93 Honors 93 Sci- Science Fair 93 Oratory ence Fair 93 Audio Vis- Awardg Library Aide 10 ual Club NORENE McGEE BLAZER 10, 12, Hockey 9, 10, 11, 123 Honor Team 10, 11, 123 Volley- ball 9, 10, 11, 12g Bas- ketball 9, 10, 11, 12, Softball 9, 103 Tennis 11, 123 Bowling Honor Team 9, 103 Steering Comm. 10, 11, 123 Dance Comm. 9, 10, 11, 123 Jr. Review Honors 9g At- tendance Honors ga Nu- meral, Shield, Letter, Cold Key Girls' Leaders Club 10, 11, 12 KAREN MCMANUS Queen of the Ros- ary Academy3 Vol- leyball 10, 11, 123 Basketball 103 Soft- ball 10, 123 Steer- ing Comm. 10, 11, 123 Plays 11, 123 Library Aide 10, 11, 125 Sr. Prom Comm.3 Tennis 12 RICHARD MEYER BLAZER Ass't Ed.-in- Chief 123 GROWLER 9, 113 Handbook Comm. National Honor Society 11, 123 Bowling 9, 103 Mixed Choir 93 Steer- ing Comm. 11, 123 Dance Comm. 11, 123 Plays 93 jr. Reviewg Sci- ence Club 3 Camera Club3 High Honors 103 Honors 9, 113 Attend- ance Honors 9, 103 Math Contest 9, lst Place ILEANE MILLER Archery 103 Mixed Choir 93 Girls' Choir 103 Steering Committee 10, 11, 123 Office Helper 10, 11, 123 Art Club 113 junior Review3 Library Aid 12 DONNA MCGREC-OR Bowling 93 Steering Com mittee 9g Art Club 9 Dance Club 9 MQQVMX WV EVERLY MORGENWECK BLAZER 11, 123 GROWLER 9-123 S.A. 9, 105 Hockey 9, 10, 11, 123 Volleyball 10, 11, 125 Basketball 105 Tennis 10g Softball 103 Bowling 9, 11, 12, Mixed Choir 9, 10, 11, 12, Dance Comm. 9, 10, 11, 123 Plays 9, 10, Jr. Re- vueg Honors 9, 10, 11, 12: Numeral 93 Shield 10, Let- ter 12 ROBERT MILNES Tennis Club 93 Gymnastics 93 Attendance Honors 9 SAMUEL MOELIUS Math Club 9 Science Club 9 KATHY MORABITO Honors 9, Attendance Honors 95 Office Helper 12 LENA MOTISI Attendance Honors 9, Span- ish Clubg Sub-Deb Club YN W- ,-,., 1 X,.-, ssfs Q. X. .....sef1rr- rs s -- sm ss f K wi ef:-vs wif.. X. iss , ,ss..s.tssSss.t.: , X Sf z t X . .5 N Q? ses Z! 1 Our dignified Senior Class President, Diana Stoiber. CARL MUSSENDEN GROWLER 9g Wrestling 93 Track 125 Camera Club 105 Astronomy Club 95 Science Club 95 Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. CHARLES NELSON Soccer 10, Letter 103 Science Fair 9, Award L 3? GAIL NORTON BLAZER Senlor Editor 11, Library Steering Committee 12, Photography 9, Leaders Club 11, 125 nis GROWLERQ Girls' Spor Com- Editor 11, 125 S.A. 12g V leyball 9, 10, 11, 12: Hocke Club 103 113 Basketball 9, 10, 11, 1 , 10, 11, Girls' al Shield Letter Junior Re view, Chorus 10, Tennis 12, Nurses Club 123 Variety Show 123 Spirit Committee 12 1 go 2nd J! U' ul' J ,fl ELSIE NUNEZ Office Helper 115 Art Club 10, 12 N WMU M ff' , Cheerleaders--M. Burke, J. Albrecht, D. McKinnon, V. Fox -and E. Loth lead the packed grand-stands at the Northport game in a GARY OWENS lively cheer' West Babylon High Schoolg Basketball 11 JOSEPH PANDOLFINI JAMES PAULSON Dramaties 9, Attendance Honors 10, 11 MARY PEARSALL Hockey 10, 11, Honor Team 115 Volleyball 113 Class Honor Team 103 Bowling 113 Sophomore Assembly 9 Numeral 3 Girls' Leaders 11 WILLIAM PETERSON Football 9g Band, Attend- ance Honors 10 CYNTHIA PHILIPPIN Hockey Honor Team 9, 10, 115 Volleyball 9, 10, 113 Soft- ball 9, 105 Apparatus 10, 115 Archery 9, 105 Dance Club 10g Attendance Honors 9, 10, Numeral ROBERT PISANO Football 10, 11, 12, Track 11, 12g Attendance Honors 9, 10, 11, 125 Varsity Club 125 Football Award 123 Hon- orary Mention in League AA-1 CHARLES PISCITELLI Madison High School ELAINE POLINO BLAZER ,10, 113 Hockey 9, 10, Honor Team 11, Volley- ball Honor Team 9, 10, 11, 129 Basket- ball Honor Team 9, 10, 113 Softball 10, 113 Apparatus 9, 10, llg Cheerlead- ing 9g Tennis Honor Team 9, 10, 11, Girls' Leaders 9, 10, 11, 129 Bowl- ing 9, 103 Office Help 9, 10, 11, 123 Play 115 Attend- ance Honors 10, 11, Honors 9, 10, 115 Numeral, Shield, Letter PAULIN E PORTER Choir 9, 10, 11, 12 KATHLEEN PRITTINC Hockey 9, 103 Vol- leyball 9: Basket- ball 9, 10, Softball 9, 103 Archery 93 Badminton 105 Bowling-9, 105 Art Club 9, 10, 11, Nu- meral Their concentration confers a serious aspect to the faces of M Eiss, T. Gambino, F. Huffman and P. Haynes in office practice 65 ,..,.. VV , A ,. , V., Y DOLDRES PUCIQTA ,V PATRICIA QUARTARARO ALFRED REMAURO DIANE REVERE CROWLER 105 Archery Volleyball 95 Basketball 9 Chess Club 9 Choir 9, 10, 11, 125 Steering Comm. 125 Play 9, 10, 11, 125 115 Apparaius',,19, 105 Steering Comm.'1I5 Art Club 115 Spanish Club 95 Sub-Deb 95 Library Aide 9, 11: Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm.5 Jr. Revue R. Rizzo, P. Haynes, L. Hershorn, and L. Hill may never become professional artists, but they are sure to find uses for the printing they are producing above. 66 ROBERT RIEGER S.A. 125 Football 11, 125 Bas- ketball 95 Baseball 95 Bowl- ing 9g Steering Comm. 115 Dance Club 105 Jr. Revueg Jr. Promg Attendance Honors 115 Sports Award 9, 11, 125 Varsity Club 125 Football Award 12, 2nd Team League AA-15 Honorary Mention All Suffolk County KENNETH RIPP Seton Hall H.S.5 Choir 11, 125 Steering Comm. 12 JOHN ROWLEY Wrestling 115 Honors 9, 105 Sports Award 11 Chess Club 95 Sub-Deb 95 Attendance Honors 10, 11 125 Library Aide 10, 11, 12 VICTOR RUC-GIERO ' CROWLER 9g Class Treasurer 9g National Honor Society Pres. 11, 123 Steering Comm, 113 Honors 9, 115 American Legion School Award 99 Science Club 9g Russian Club 9 WILLIAM SAPPO SANTOMARTINO Wlrestling 9, 11g Base- ball 9, 10, 11, 12g Att Honors 10g Football 10 11 2 ,v l 1' FRED SARNICOLA Long Island H.S. Chess Club 9 nf, af- ' - ' . A' L K ' ,,"t,, x I jf fn j f Hey, guys! this one's great for the biceps, JOAN SCHILLINCER DARYL SCHMIDT MILDRED SCHMIDT JANET SCHNEIDER Hockey 93 Volleyball 9: Bas- Hockey 9g Volleyball 93 Bas- Bayside Higllg Band 11 Volleyball 129 Basketball ketbal19g Softball 9g Spanish ketball 99 Softball 93 Office 93 Steering Comm. 12g Club 9 Helper 95 Spanish 93 Sub- Chorus 125 Library Aide 12 Deb 9 DEIDRI SCHOELLIG WILLIAM SCHREINER Basketball 93 Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12Q Honors 93 Attendance Honors 9, 10, 113 Audio-Visual 12 Always in the center of things Mike Grieco demonstrates good lab techniques to Sandy Smith, Joseph Klevinskas, and Ed Bundschuhxh LINDA SCHUCHT JOANNE SHULZE PINES 113 Office Help- er 10, Library Aid 11 EDWINA SHANKS BLAZER 10, 11, 123 GROWL- ER 9, 10, 11, 12, PINES 10, 11, 123 Hockey 103 Ap- paratus 9, 10, 11, 123 Bad- minton 9, 10, 11, 123 Bowl- ing 9, 123 Steering Commit- tee 9, 11, 123 Art Club 9, 10, 11, 123 Dance Club 9, 10, 11, 123 Plays 9, 103 Stagecraft 9, 10, 11, 123 Math Club 11, 123 Honors 93 Dramatics 9 Hockey 9, 103 Basket- , ball 9g Volleyball 9g Softball 93 Bowling 93 Numeral3 Science Club 113 Prom Committee 12, Steering Committee 12 DEAN SHANLEY Soccer 10, 113 Baseball 93 Tennis 10, 123 Dance Club 103 Soph. Showg Prom Comm. 11, 123 Junior Reviewg Honors 93 Att. Honors 9, 10, 11' Bo s' Sports Award 9, 10 1 Y 1 123 Steering Comm. 10, 11, 12 HAROLD SHAVER BLAZER 12, Underclass Edi- tor3 National Honor Society 11, 123 Cross-Country 102 Steering Committee 113 Dance Comm. 113 Plays 9, 11, 123 High Honors 93 Honors 10, 113 Attendance Honors 10, 11? Science Fair 113 Gold Medal Music Award 9 MARC SHAW 12 Wrestling 9 Track 9 10 11 Honors 9 5 dc 43-fghxe 4 Lf , .fa We 'fax fd 1 AXWQ 7 ' dyaff ,fl f .Mfs , yjijfjjj CHARLES SHEA - ' we , 3 L'b 9: 35, 64 X4 A! 76211255 1511125 Sleeririgngdlmm. ,- 11, 12 1524, ,itfffff N JUNE SIMPSON E52 YJ5 Cross Country 10, 11, X 2-0 A57 gf A A C Jw' 'j 4 ef ' ', , T W dd J . X 6 JOHN SHERWIN Soccer 105 Track 10: Tennis 115 Lab Club 10, 115 Chess Club 95 Honors 95 Attendance Honors 105 Boys' Sports Award 10 MARK SPELMAN BLAZER 125 S.A. 125 Na- tional Honor Society 11, 125 Cross Country 10, 115 Soccer 105 Track 10, 11, 125 Math Club 125 High Honors 95 Honors 10, 115 Attendance Honors 115 Science Fair Award 10, 115 Varsity Club 11, 12, President 12 JV Cridsters plan strategy for tl1e West Islip victory. PHYLLIS STEINERT ROGER STENGEL Steering Comm. 125 Art Wrestling 11, 125 Tennis Club 95 Choir 125 Dramatics 11, 12 CAROLYN SWANSON MARIE SWEENEY Bowling 9, Nurses Club 11 Seniors show various emotions while waiting for Senior Rings to be distributed. ROBERT TARNOWSKI STEPHEN TORMA Soccer 11, Tennis 10 Cross Country 10, 11, 12g Wrestling 10, 11, 12g Track 9, 10, 11, 123 Honors 105 'Q ROBERT SWENSON RONALD TAMBURELLO JEANETTE TOMFORD Hockey 10, 11, Honor Team 10, 11g Volleyball 9, 10, 11, Honor Team 10, 113 Basketball 9, 10, Honor Team 9, 103 Softball 9, 10, Honor Team 10, Apparatus 10, 113 Bowling 9, 10, 113 Steer- ing Committee 103 Office Help 9g Prom Committee 11, 12g Vari- ety Showg Play 11, 129 Attend- ance Honors 10g Numeral, Shieldg Library Assistant 10, 11, 12, Girls' Leaders 10, 11, 12 J ACQUELI A THOM S S.A. 9g 11, 12, Dance 103 Future Play 12g Library , 11, 12 Boys' Sports Award 9, 10, 11, 1 , 123 Varsity Club 11, 12 ' RQ, CQ' xx f, ,S fb, Cx T ck 1, Tl r rx f rr , 4.1 ,, tk P V5 S.A. 113 'Q 9 10 11 Z'9,X1o, 11, 12g 10,11L1, 12g Boys Awardigxl, 12- Varsity Club 11, P2 ,3 C Xt- I f 959-E3 fy, , ,wg KATHLEEN TURCK BLAZER ,123 Volleyball 10, 11, 123 Basketball 10, 11, 123 Softball 101 Bowling 93 Steering Comm. 11, 123 Jr. Review Con1m,3 Camera Club 93 Prom Comm. 11, 123 Girls' Leaders 11, 123 Honors 93 School Science Fair, Excel- lent3 Pep Squad 103 Numeral Award' CLARA TORRES Nurses Club 12 BARBARA TOULA West Islip H.S. MARSHA TURCHUK S.A. 123 Volleyball 93 Basketball 93 Softball 93 Tennis 93 Steering Comm. 113 Twirling 10, 11, 121 Football Queen Candidate3 Numer- al Award3 Library Assistant 11 Bibliophiles, Susan Wright and Ray Francis spend an afternoon in research work. ,J PETER UMLAUF GAIL VAN BUSKIRK PAT i AR Y Football 93 Track 9, 113 Rus- S.A. 9, 10: Steering Comm. ,' :lf 11 ball sian Club 93 Jr. Reviewg 123 Play 113 Football Queen ' bu 1 h Sports Letter 9, 11 Court 123 Sub-Deb 9 ow - ance Hon . 9: amati 93 a era Cl 9 , 1: lt' azine ar DIANE VAN LEEUWE BLAZER 12 Hockewk 12 Volleyball 11 12 Steering Committee 11 , 12 Prom Committee 11 Choir 9 Russian Club 9 Suffolk County Chou Band 9 0 1 Plays 9 10 11 5 it BLAZER editor-Joan Maguire and GROWLER editor--Judy Bongiovanni discuss their oncoming deadlines. VERA VILLANO Bowling 95 Dance Club 9, 10g Dramatics 93 Suh- Deb Club 9, Business Club 9 ANITA WELDEN Hockey 9, 10, 11, 125 Honor Team 10, 11, 123 Volleyball 9, 10, 11, 12, Honor Team 115 Softball 9, 10, 11, Ap- paratus 10, 11, 123 Archery 10, 11, Track 10, 11: Bad- minton 10, 113 Bowling 9, 10, 11, Ping Pong 10: Pep Squad 10, Numeral Shield, Letter: Gold Keyg Girls' Leaders Club 10, 11, 12 CLAUDIA VENTI PRISCILLA VENTI Academy of Saint Joseph 9, Academy of Saint Joseph 9, 1 3 CROWLER 12, Ping 103 Ping Pong 9, 105 Dance 9, 105 Future Nurses Committee 9, 10, English ub 1 : President 12g Rus- Award 103 Library Aid 11 n b 113 History Award , rary Aid 11, 12 vi r' ' L SJ 'sry A sf ,,i-DQ! ,- Q' - j3,v,. sepsis? Dx N gg: ew PW if as ei tx CWD' HENRY WEISHEIT Wyandanch High School, Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12: Bas- ketball 9, 10, 11, 125 Baseball 9, 10, 11 EDWARD VITKOVICH Edgewater High School WILLIAM WELLING Football 9: Cross-Coun- try 10: Wrestling 10, 113 Track 95 Boys' Sports Award 9, 10, Cold Medal 10 RUBY WHEELER BLAZER 123 Hockey 123 Volleyball 122 office Helper 123 Apparatus 9, 123 Badmin- ton 123 Bowling 123 Prom Committee 125 Nurses Helper 9, 123 Future Nurses Club 123 High Honors 113 Attend- ance Honors 113 Library Aid 9 MARGARET WHITTIER GROWLER 11, 12, Exchange Editor 11, 123 S.A. 113 Vol- leyball 123 Apparatus 123 Bowling 123 Steering Com- mittee 11, 123 Dance Club 93 Junior Business Club 93 At- tendance Honors 9g Junior Review LAURA WILLIAMS Woodrow Wilson H.S.3 Vol- leyball 113 Basketball 113 Softball 11 ELEANOR WINKLER BLAZER 123 S.A. 123 Vol leyball 93 Basketball 93 Soft ball 9g Dance Club 10' Dra High Honors 93 H nors 113 Att. Honors , 11 ish Aw d 9 matics 9' Sub-Deb C J CHARLES WILDNER 10, 113 Sports Award 9, 10, 11, 123 Att. Honors 10, 113 Science Fair 113 Science Club Antelope Valley High School 93 Football 9, 11, 123 Basket- ball 9, 103 Baseball 10: Track 113 .lunior Review3 Honors 113 Sports Award 9, 10, 11, 123 Att. Honors 10, 113 Sci- ence Fair 113 Science Club 9g Variety Show 123 Varsity Club 123 National Honor So- ciety 11, 12 PAUL WILKIN Camera Club 9 K 3 3 .1 1 3 LN r thyrburden of Christmas cards for the EA r Class.! SUZANNE WIS MAN ' V' Steering Co mittee 123 , Cheerleading 9, 1 3 Play 113 I Choir 123 Sub-Deb 93 Cho- rus 10 11' Honors 9 11' Magazine Drive Award , , 4 M lf, 73 r,if, THOMAS WITHERS Football 9, 10, 113 Wres- tling 9, 10, 11, 125 Base- ball 9, 10g lntermural Bowling 93 Boys' Sports Award. JAMES WOJCIACZYK Babylon High School, Base- ball 10 GEORGE WOLFORT GROWLER 9g Football 11, 123 Basketball 9, 11, 12g Dance Committee 113 Chess Club 9g Good Sportsmanship Award for Basketballg Boys' Sports Award 9, 10, ll, 123 Varsity Club 125 Prom Com- mittee ll, 125 Future Teach- ers Club 123 Football Award 12, Honorary Mention in League AA-1 MARY LYNN ZACHRY Basketball 9: Softball 9 Honor Team 10g Bowling 9 Steering Committee 11, 12: Plays 9, 113 Mixed Choir 9g Girls' Chorus 10, 11, 12 Honors 11g Attendance Hon ors 9,10 ROBERT ZAMMETTI HENRY ZAZZI Track 105 Wrestlmg 9g Baseball 93 Office Help- er 9g Art Club 11, THE PINES 11 The smiles of Tom Britt, Tom f??J Torma, and Bill Schreiner, seem to indicate that somehow or other the required ingredients JAYNE ZIMMERMAN didn't produce the predicted results. 74 Office Helper 93 Art Club 103 Dramatics 9 1 3 -. . fx'rg.M . .Q XQNN whiff 'Vx M X Q if N11 'XSS' fww Wygxw . ' X x 'Q' Q. x xv' V -P w...,3.., xx f v , 'R- Q-Q A 5 ' iffgq 'JRQ , . 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The queen and her court, Left to Right, Naomi Velisek, Elizabeth Healy, Diana Stoiber, Queen Mary Rose Beresford, Norene McGee, Ileane Miller, Florence Barbour. 7b Senior History FRESHMEN H959-19605 Wood smoke on an autumn afternoon at a football game-youthful, unrehearsed laughter echoing down a quiet hall-the frantic, blue-and white-splashed crowd at a basketball game, waving shakers and yelling cheers-a school sweater slung over someone's shoulder-all these and more, we knew, would come to us when we could call ourselves freshmen, and, more dis- tant and hazy, the Class of 1963. In the fall of 1959 these dreams were realized, and helping to make them so were Jack Ed- wards, our class presidentg Elsa Loth, vice president, Karen Hartmann, secretaryg and Victor Ruggiero, treasurer, with the unobtrusive hand of Mr. Bartley Gallagher guiding the decisions. We were the first freshman class to occupy that lofty position in the beautiful building that had figured so importantly in our conversation for over a year, and we set out to carve a place for ourselves as the best class ever to grace the name ufreshmanf, That year, for the first time, the Junior High School had its own newspaper, produced en- tirely for and by its own students. Staffers included Judy Bongiovanni, Richard Clements, Pa- tricia Kennely, Janet Kuhn, Joan Maguire, and Ralph Notaristefano. In the spring of 1960, the choir presented a sparkling production of Gilbert and Sullivanis comic operetta, H.M.S. Pinafore. Starred were Carol Borg, Ruthe Cooke, Les Jackson, Laura Josephs, Fred Kiefer, and Harold Shaver, backed up by a cast of no mean ability. The march of time stops for no one, and this fact was brought home to us when it was time to plan for our freshman prom, "Silver Sandsf, Held on May 21, it was a magical inter- lude before the rush of exams. And at last it came. On June 23, 1960, we graduated from the ninth grade. SOPHOMORES C1960-19611 The postcard received towards the beginning of September was greeted with disbelief and gleeg we were now officially sophomores. The initial incredulity transformed itself into a headlong rush to make the upperclassmen take heed of us, and we felt that a good start would be electing Elsa Loth president, Karen Hart- mann vice president, Laura Josephs secretary, Tom Britt treasurer, and Joan Esposito S.A. Rep- resentative, with Mr. James Smyth as class advisor. Our first major endeavor was the "Silver Bells" fund-raising dance held at the beginning of December, which netted a sizable amount for our class treasury. The next project was the Sophomore Assembly. The top talent of the Class of '63 was viewed for the first time. Even blase seniors were vastly amused by the original spoof. In mid-February we experienced for the first time the novelty of Spirit Week, and proved ourselves at least on a par with the upperclassmen. March and April were soon over, May began the rush of reviewing for finals, and finally June arrived with the BLAZER, Regents, and the graduation of the class of 1961. JUNIORS Returning to school as exalted juniors and feeling exuberant at our new position, we chose Tom Britt for class president, Janice Albrecht for vice president, Barbara Dragonette for secre- tary, and Marie Cognetta for treasurer. Mr. Colotti joined us that fall as class advisor. As juniors, we now exerted a noticeable influence, and, typically, used it to the fullest. Elsa Loth was elected to the Vice Presidency of the S.A., and we celebrated her victory as our own. We followed up our challenge of the seniors to the traditional soccer match by humbling the mighty ones 6-4, and we were on our way to greater triumphs. In November came the Magazine Drive. We surpassed the previous record, thereby gaining considerable funds for the treasury. Sam Moelius and Henry Brunjes were the top salesmen. Most Athlenc Karen Hartmann, George Wolfort F riendliest Diana Stoiber, Tommy Britt Most Scholarly Judy Bongiovanni, k Spelmun BB 'ns Q llx Senior Polls U, QQ? Senior History I cont. j On March 5, it was announced that we had won the 1962 Spirit Plaque, the first class to do so as juniors. This achievement provided occasion for much rejoicing and hilarity, and was one of the crowning events of the year. Later on that same month, the Junior Review was presented and was received by both seniors and underclassmen with delighted and unrestrained glee. The unanimous praise was music to our ears, and we felt that we had paid just and deserved homage to the senior class. In April, close to two hundred juniors and guests were transported to the City of Light, via "April in Paris," the annual Junior Prom. Taking place on April 144, the Prom was highlighted by the crowning of Mary Rose Beresford as Queen, with a royal court consisting of Elizabeth Healy, Norene McGee, lleane Miller, Diana Stoiber, Naomi Velisek, and Florence Barbour. On April 18. the highest scholastic accolade was bestowed upon twelve juniors, induction into the National Honor Society. Dorothy Ames, Marylynn Blowes, Judy Bongiovanni, William Haiby, Patricia Kennely, Joan Maguire, William Marino, Richard Meyer, Victor Ruggiero, Harold Shaver, Mark Spelman and Charles Wildner were those who were granted this signal honor. June arrived with its usual accompaniment of exams, relief and the yearbook, and we offered congratulations and a warm farewell to the members of the Class of 1962 as they left North Babylon as alumni. SENIORS f1962-19631 The most momentous year of our lives thus far began in earnest for us when we voted Diana Stoiber, Marie Cognetta, Lee Huffman, Jeff Moore, and Joan Esposito to be the officers of the Senior Class. The complete newness made itself felt almost immediately with the appointment of Mr. Pat- rick Kirwan as our new Principal., This constituted a reunion for Mr. Kirwan and the members of the Class of 1963, as well as for the rest of the student body. Torrential activity descended upon us without delay, S.A. President Elsa Loth, Blazer Editor- in-chief Joan Maguire, and Crawler Editor-in-chief Judy Bongiovanni were instrumental in keeping things on an even keel. Making history at North Babylon in the fall of 1962 was Pat Dyer, first Football Queen. Patis eminently successful reign enhanced the enthusiasm and spirit which accentuated the '63 football season. October 3 was a red-letter day, even in a year that would be filled with them. We received our senior rings, and for the next week, members of the senior class were observed rapturously gazing at their hands in transports of awe, delight, or disbelief, as the case may be. Shortly after that, the Annual Junior-Senior Soccer Game was held, and for the second straight year we soundly trounced the opposition, this time by a score of 6-2. The Car Wash, held on November 2 and 4, served to raise funds for the senior treasury, and, as usual, proved a grand success. Under the guidance of Mr. Colotti, we adopted a Korean girl. Cho Soon Ae was aided in completing her education by us, in addition to being provided with food and clothing. On November 21, Daniel Bruce, Joseph DeLuca, Betty-Jane Humes, and Jo Ann Latsch were inducted into the National Honor Society at the Annual Fall Induction. In March we finally became participants in Senior Week rather than onlookers. The usual privileges were extended to us, in addition to several new ones. The Junior Review was a delightful lark, and the Senior Dinner at the Huntington Towne House was successful even be- yond our expectations. The reading of the class will, the hilarity of Turn-About Day, and our winning the spirit plaque for the second time climaxed this wonderful week. May 31 was far and away the pinnacle of the year, the night of the long awaited Senior Prom. Held at the magnificent Four Seasons, the Prom was the delightful climax to our high school years. The afternoon of June 23 marked the end of our careers as students of North Babylon High School. In one of the most moving ceremonies of our lives, we graduated from this school, marking a beginning as well as an end to that which we had known. Most Artistic Edwina Shanks, Bob Casazza Wittiest Betty-Jane Humes, Bob Marsh 80 A 5 6 Q I jll' .-:--Ll. . s T1-' . 4 I I 1 I x P .a g Best Looking Pat Dyer, Tony Eichhorn Senior Directory Ackerly, James 540 Beech Street Albrecht, Janice 6 Stratford Place Anastasio, Anthony 659 Outlook Ave. Ames, Dorothy 17 Herman Avenue Andrews, Dana 5 Anderson Avenue Artaserse, Theresa 72 Seley Drive Ayvas, John 680Inter1aken Lane Barnes, Judith 63 Pond Place Basso, Richard 1070 America Avenue Bassuk, Elaine 67 Dollard Drive Baxter, Harold 9 Faulkner Avenue Bellissimo, Annette R.D. -7951 Mount Ave Lakeway Dr. Beresford, Mary 96 Herman Avenue Bernardo, Paul 135 Nassau Avenue Blackington, Arlene 314 Warren Street Blanchard, James 47 Jean Drive Blowes, Marylynn 72 Rhoda Avenue Bock, Charlotte 20 Deer Lake Drive Boehm, Bobette 47 Poet Street Bonacum, Neil 310 Neptune Avenue Bongiovanni, Judith 73 Pace Drive Borday, Gloria 229 Sheffield Avenue Borg, Carol 51 Hitherdell Lane Boyle, Joanne 321 Woods Road Britt, Thomas 35 Burnage Lane Brooks, Henrietta 71 Nevada Road Brooks, LaVerne 175 Booker Avenue Bruce, Daniel 484 French Avenue Brud, Diane 158 Van Buren Street Brunjes, Henry 176 Throop Street Bundschuh, Edward 31 Jean Drive Burger, Elvin 51 Wilshire Court Burke, Mary 330 Sylvan Road Calhoun, Richard 104 Vesper Court Calvo, Maryann 31 Deer Lake Drive Cannata, Frank 33 Westchester Avenue Carusos, Constantine 53 Weeks Road Casazza, Robert 6 Victoria Road Casoria, Thomas 532 Davis Street Chassy, Laura 44 Pell Avenue Chatterton, Edward 216 Young Street Christensen, Peter 21 Powell Court Chubb, Claudia 152 Walker Street .- Clements, Richard 5 Bolender Court Cognetta, Marie Brookside Avenue Contino, Vincent Cook, Margaret 65 Kane Place Cooke, Ruth 1469 Deer Park Avenue Cooper, Fay 375 Lexington Avenue Corbin, Edna 49 Brooks Road Culotta, Frances 343 Woods Road Cusumano, Vita 43 Spring Place Cuty, Louisa 56 Hamilton Avenue D'Alessandro, Dominick 614 Interlaken Lane Davis, Geraldine 1121 L. East Neck Rd. DeAngelis, Richard 6 Mell Drive DeFonte, Christine Hubbards Path Delevante, Michael 154 Deer Lake Drive DeLuca, Joseph Prairie Drive DeMaria, Joan 21 Central Avenue Denninger, Robert 63 Central Avenue DeThomas, Eugene 30 Fulton Street DeVita, Daniel 745 Peconic Avenue DeVita, Donald 745 Peconic Avenue Dickey, Carolyn 178 Wickfield Lane Dillon, Raymond 39 Pell Avenue DiNapoli, Gregory 979 Little E. Neck Dougherty, John 76 Dollard Drive Dragonette, Barbara 56 Magro Drive Dyer, Patricia 48 Maybrook Road Eichhorn, Anthony 29 Harriet Road Eiss, Myra 733 Highridge Road Ernst, Janet 2 Raider Street Ernst, Philip 2 Raider Street Esposito, Joan 98 Erlanger Boulevard Fehr, Lenore 183 Weeks Road F erdon, Gary 129 Village Line Road Fischer, Linda 10 Gary Lane Fleming, John 667 St. George Avenue Fluhr, Ursula 131 Longfellow Avenue F orhes, Jo Ann 325 Hubbards Path Forbes, Michael 9 Powell Court Fox, Victoria 48 Frankie Lane Francis, Raymond 34 Hilltop Avenue Frank, Edward 90 Rutlege Road Franklin, Georgette 120 Kime Avenue Frantzen, John Higgins Street Best Dressed B rbara Dragonette, Tony NIOSI Most Likely to Succeed Elsa Loth, Mark Spelman 5 Q A Quail fluid 1,5 S I n K' Q7 Ike? Best Dancers aryann Culvo, Eddie Chatterton Senior Directory I cont. J Fry, Frederick 166 Phelps Lane Fuller, Michael 22 Clark Street Galletta, Theresa 5 Seward Street Gambino, Theresa 40 Kime Avenue Garland, Ellen 10 Jane Drive Gaskin, Matthew 10 Westwood Drive Germinario, George 93 Vermont Ave. Giame, Annette 116 Glen Road Giffen, Thomas 42 Burnage Lane Giglio, Dominick 54 Westchester Avenue Gillis, Stephen 105 Weeks Road Gionta, Gloria 294 Lexington Avenue Giordano, Joyce 16 Cheryl Lane Grant, Gerard 68 Dollard Drive Grieco, Michael 656 Deer Park Avenue Haegele, Barbara 78 Pickwick Lane Haiby, William 41 Henry Avenue Hall, Robert 65 Kane Place Hammond, Lynn 9 Embargo Place Hart, Patricia 45 Powell Court Hartmann, Karen 159 Liberty Avenue Harvey, Leonard 341 Chelsea Avenue Havers, Edward 81 Dorf Court Haynes, Patricia 105 Brookes Road Healy, Elizabeth 99 Rhoda Avenue Healy, James 1129 Little E. Neck Road Henesy, Bernadette 22 Birchfield Avenue Hersh, Jean 1452 Deer Park Avenue Hill, Dorothy 12 Leeds Lane Hollnberger, Anne 22 Liberty Avenue Holmes, Virginia 71 Comac Road Hucke, Rosemary 841 Deer Park Avenue Huffman, Frances 239 August Road Huffman, Mary 239 August Road Humes, Betty-Jane 23 Birchfield Avenue Hyde, Robert 563 Empire Avenue Jackson, Leslie 53 Parliament Place J ahosky, Marguerite 18 Veronica Lane J armark, Denise 16 Foster Boulevard J asunas, Diane 165 March Street J esaites, Richard 27 Eastwoon Drive J omisko, Robert 903 Peconie Avenue Jones, David 64 Montgomery Avenue Josephs, Laura 296 Sylvan Road Kall, Marsha 54 Burnage Lane Karter, Lynn 384 0'Connor Road Kavouras, Francine 38 Mell Drive Kelly, Charlotte 103 Rhoda Avenue Kennely, Patricia 9 Belinda Court Klevinskas, Margaret 120 New York Avenue Koebel, Michael 16 Harriet Road Kozma, Joseph 211 Montgomery Avenue Kross, Robert 103 Nassau Avenue Kuczkowski, Carlene 22 Veronica Lane Kuhn, Janet 162 Van Buren Street La Montague, Marie 74 Pickwick Lane Lane, Daniel 80 Deer Lake Drive La Rocco, Louise 78 Rutledge Road LaRose, Roger 617 Stream Street Larsen, James cfo Lambertz 210 Hunter Ave Latsch, Jo Ann 506 Goodrich Avenue LaViolette, Robert 152 Van Buren Street Leo, Theresa 60 Claremont Avenue Leuck, Kenneth 32 Eddie Avenue Lieberman, James Lofaro, Joseph 82 Dollard Drive Loth, Elsa 24 Westwood Drive Long, Robert 34 lda Lane Longwell, Richard 12 Edmunton Drive Lucketti, Sally 143 Veronica Lane Ludden, Jane 345 O'Connor Road Lukeman, Raymond 556 French Avenue Lyons, James 393 O,Connor Road Maguire, Joan 189 Whittier Avenue Marino, William 82 Westchester Avenue Marsh, Robert 99 Central Avenue Martin, Alan 102 Hughes Lane Martin, James 108 Irving Avenue Marvilli, Diane 17 East Street McGee, Norene 547 DeWitt Avenue McGregor, Donna 34 Ruth Place McManus, Karen 26 Pond Place Meyer, Richard 9 Herman Avenue Michael, Bernard 43 Kime Avenue Milio, Carole 23 Ida Lane Miller, lleane 461 Goodrich Avenue Milnes, Robert 37 Anderson Avenue Moelius, Samuel 15 Weeks Road Moore, Jeffrey 16 Hamilton Street Morabito, Kathleen 31 Ida Lane Morganweck, Berverly 36 Magro Drive Motisi, Lena 323 Fulton Street Done Most for NB. Elsa Loth, Lenny Harvey 3 . ' Q e, fm lm un 31 'f'..f.'l n-1 11 V51 'R 'ca Q Most Talented Betty-,lane Humes, Les Jackson 84 1 Senior Directory f cont. I Mussenden, Carl 25 Sherbrooke Road Nelson, Charles 27 Parkside Lane Niosi, Anthony 497 French Avenue Nolan, Geraldine 223 .August Road Norton, Gail 130 Elkton Lane Notaristafano, Ralph 88 Rhoda Avenue Nunez, Elsie 423 Spangle Drive Owens, Gary 324 Seward Street Pandolfino, Joseph 49 Dollard Drive Paulson, James 171 Throop Street Pearsall, Mary 51 Magro Drive Peterson, William 16 Beecher Street Philippin, Cynthia 755 Deer Park Avenue Pisano, Robert 22 Victoria Road Piscitelli, Charles 87 Cheltenham Road Polino, Elaine 32 Stone Avenue Porter, Pauline 78 Dollard Drive Pritting, Kathleen 56 Chelsea Avenue Puglia, Dolores 31 Victoria Road Quartararo, Patricia 126 Elkton Lane Remauro, Alfred 55 Harriet Road Revere, Diane 64 Kaneplace Rieger, Neil 147 Veronica Lane Ripp, Kenneth 19 Eastwood Drive Rowley, John 62 Mohawk Drive Ruggiero, Victor 491 Grenadon Lane Sacks, Alicia 1113 Deer Park Avenue Santomartino, Joseph 15 Kenneth Lane Sappo, William 29 Embargo Place Sarnicola, Fred 38 Neligan Court Schillinger, Joan 106 Westchester Avenue Schoellig, Deidre 2 Morgan Street Schmidt, Daryl 42 Spring Place Schmidt, Mildred 748 Centerwood Street Schneider, Janet 24 Pace Drive Schreiner, William 100 Foster Boulevard Schucht, Linda 23 Parkside Lane Schulze, Jo Anne 56 Pickwick Lane Shanks, Edwina 54 Henry Avenue Shanley, Dean 69 Foster Boulevard Shaver, Harold 313 O'Connor Road Shaw, Marc 613 Hunter Court Shea, Charles 46 Hamilton Avenue Sherwin, John 521 Davis Street Simpson, June 42 Clark Street Singer, Raymond 99 Anderson Avenue x Smith, Gary 77 Village Line Rd. Spelman, Mark 1380 Deer Park Avenue Steineit, Phyllis 540 Thorne Avenue Stengel, Roger 503 Thorne Avenue Stoiber, Diana 112 Deer Lake Drive Swanson, Carolyn 100 Seley Drive Sweeney, Elizabeth 15 Independence Avenue Swenson, Robert 167 Marcy Street Tamburello, Ronald 539 Middle St. Tarnowski, Robert 65 Dollard Drive Thomas, Jacqueline 6 Mulholland Drive Tomford, Jeannette 162 Throop Street Torma, Stephen 30 Victoria Road Torma, Thomas 30 Victoria Road Torres, Clara 313 Warren Street Toula, Barbara 274 Edmunton Drive Trace, William 330 Chelsea Avenue Turchuk, Marsha 38 Birchfield Avenue Turck, Kathleen 8 Gaulton Drive Umlauf, Peter 416 Belmont Avenue Van Buskirk, Gail 105 Vesper Court Varady, Patricia 35 Stone Avenue Van Leeuwen, Diane 670 Deer Park Avenue Velisek, Naomi 6 Herman Avenue Venti, Claudia 27 Jane Drive Venti, Priscilla 27 Jane Drive Villano, Vera 29 Noble Street Vitkovich, Edward 123 Hubbards Path Vohs, A1'tlll11' 161 Marcy Street Weisheit, Henry Welden, Anita 1106 America Avenue Welling, William 18 Canterbury Lane Wheeler, Ruby 325 Cooper Road Whittier, Margaret 216 Weeks Road Wildner, Charles 2 Barnfield Drive Wilken, Paul 59 Oak Rest Lane Winkler, Eleanor 72 New York Avenue Wiseman, Suzanne R.F.D. 1 Wright Street Withers, Thomas 205 Woods Road Wolfort, George 23 Leeds Lane Zachry, Mary Lynn 116 Cherubina Lane Zaleski, Stanley 89 Dollard Drive Zammetti, Robert 92 Harriet Street Zazzi, Henry 45 Rhoda Avenue Zimmerman, Jane 124 Foster Boulevard W 'll R f7f1:- 7 ' 2-""' :Q -. il I , 21 f 'l. , 7-,g7.:f .,,,, 7 W -H-W - .k,,-...., - "' ' 77 ,, fn- ' i , . 7 7 A -7 S W 7 wmv v 7 Q2 in . .,, ---1-si-11-A-"-L -- - ' ,-.7 Q2 i " W, W Y 1 fgjiiiit - QV 5 ' 1 . . . 77 w Y , -7 rm - lr ,Mk -any - -7 -,7 X ' ff " 3-1+ fr?-v-fsv-'K 3 g v -W Q -LL 777,777 f +L 1'-"" .w.? 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A- 7 , .-T7 -- se QNX.. X -'X 'N - KMA ""k'J' - --' W.. VA-rs , .,.-f-, 4 M Q -vf A: :1T--Q- A V . ..T1T-,, '-.f.-vs" - "MN-- .L f -4 . "Wg-N -- , . ' 'M' wh ...,, " X - , 1 . nt, ,,-,..-.- , Y-.. 1:-'fw -, , Y 57 P 1 ::::i,., , -, , l M , ,,.,,...., , H ---gi""' --ar 'Y 1- -'- ' 'fl------5 ' Y , , -. --.-.......,..,......-..,...Y, ,Y Y Qi Q 5 Ai' 45 85 : ". . . pledge this day our promise to hold true . . 9 7 The leaders of '64: Top Row: Tommy Cramer, S.A. Representativeg Mr. Angelos, Class Advisorg and Bob Lai, Treas urer. Bottom Row: Lynne Sterler, Secretaryg Janice Chliviny, Vice-President, and Sue Morris, President. Juniors Under the leadership of Sue Morris, the Class of 1964 has had an exciting and rewarding year. In November, an astoundingly successful Magazine Drive swept all previous records off the books, with a grand total of over 38,000 During Senior Week, the Junior Review provided a delightful diversion for the entire school and a fitting tribute to the senior class. Held in April, the annual Junior Prom proved to be an enchanting climax to the juniors' social calendar. Starting this year, the long- awaited class rings were distributed to the Juniors, thus setting off a wonderful year. MRS. HOGEBOOM, HOMEROOM 205. Top Row: W. Siebel, R. Skiber, L. Siciliano, W. Schock, L. Salinetro, V. Salemi, A. Sanders, G. Silanog Middle Row: E. Spillett, G. Schembri C. Soell, J. Savattere, S. Smith, V. Sharpe, D. Schnell, R. Shauer, J. Scintog Bottom Row: B. Seidel, N. Scoca, A. Schlosser, M. Schmiedeberg, N. Shaw, G. Rzepa, J. Schweithelm, M. Schaefferg Absent: P. Shipley, M. Savino. W .n'1nr., A MR. PORTNOY, HOMEROOM 149-W. Top Row: L. Marlin, R. Morrow, C. Montagne, L. Michels, J. Moss, R. Meyers, E. Meinholdg Middle Row: B. Miller, R. Miller, J. Montgomery, W. Middleton, W. Monahan, G. Miller, T. Milauog Bottom Row: C. Minstrell, T. Maurelli, E. Milazzo, R. Milnes, M. Miller, J. Murray, M. Mincey, S. Morrisg Absent: S. Martin, P. Mastermaker, G. Melaniff, D. Miroif. MISS WOYCICHOWSKY, HOMEROOM 112. Top Row: S. Koulagin, T. Kelly, R. Jordan, J. Klevinskas, S. Knauer, W. Knecht, P. Kiellman, R. Johnson, Middle Row: E. LaSala, J. Jones, M. Keil, R. Liebman, R. Kossman, L. Koppel, M. Krauthamer, G. Kellyg Bottom Row: E. King, E. Kalmbacher, C. Klien, J. Kastendieck, B. LaPlante, R. Lai, V. Leggett, J. King, C. Kiss, Absent: A. LaCasse. W ' xy 'Rf W Qi if S Qx X N Q w X .X N X . 'X-' S xx' SX Y L L L L ...1,. ew- - N S , Q? il N A fwg L SSR SQ U' x? .ff SF, f " X X S Wwwwwsww W N . vw x X , X :L xX Nw: 2: ,J V -Lf L .:1: X X 1 A 1. ,1 ww M Si- 35 S if . X E x X: Nix, aeS"5 L ,R N E S iss X LgsQLk ,L 5 RS is i 3? 523 QE 14:5 J' - S X LX x Q? S X sf' Qi E. 1 A CX x M xXQNSr3, If' an , A k,.,. G i, Nw, yy 592: ,S x SSX SQ X F4 xi X 2 Qs K ,-.,.g.nL..a.1 ,:i16f' E MR. ANGELOS, HOMEROOM 230-W. Top Row: B. Artino, J. Bartow, T. Bates, P. Alonge, R. Anderson, R. Anthony, R. Amato, J. Aronicag Middle Row: S. Ainslie, N. Anastasia, G. Albamonte, A. Battaglia, D. Armyn, N. Arena, G. Attison, S. Abbottg Bottom Row: B. Barry, M. Bannard, F. Agugliaro, F. Barbour, M. Allesi, P. Allrensg Absent: A. Alagna, M. Adanosky, L. Allison. Attentive Juniors plan future activities in class meeting. MR. TUCCI, HOMEROOM 140-W. Top Row: F. Valdemira, S. Vardon, B. Sullivan, M. Terry, W. Trace, F. Ungerer, M. Strulson, D. Weber, V. Sydlanskyg Middle Row: J. Vernon, P. Walter, E. Stark, B. Thalen, L. Tursi, L. Sterler, W. Stoll, J. Warburton, P. Vrionedesg Bottom Row: J. Taylor, J. Stein, D. Trevithick, C. Trayer, E. Storch, R. Suga, A. Valenza, J. Twaddle, G. Stengele. , X V -' ff' t , NCQ T C ,. 2 ,' ,js ,, 9 K. L fg QE L , A. -f . " 9 .-f ,C . is ij? Q ' X Qgfjlqb Cf Fc., . 7511 V4 Q x T AT? . , -6 -,,g., l ' - x R. I fx -9? f 'IN K' I if e i?v 5 7 MR. KENDALL, HOMEROOM 225. Top Row: W. Rupport, R. Quintero, E. Preston, R. Roe J Ryan J Rowan P Ronca W P ' 'II'a'a'l R E , . ring fl e ow: . Platt, M. Ruimondi, J. Roscnzweig, G. Purdy, S. Predmore, M.,Riizo, Wi Ross, Boltoni Row: R. Russo, R. Patovski, R. Puglisi, P. Quinn, J. Recd, M. Regan, J. Ruligliano, J. Romanog Absenf: C. Philippin, M. Rizzo, L. Ruvolu. r l W g- 1 "W af sf , A ill' Underclass girls clleerfullyfapplaucl bangiatxivlintqikdanqe. Q YH' V , xX.N-L. A Y, A f - W I :,LA R at Y I X X. , + H :wing I A I . J 1 s.j,l7ll fr- , ' J my .Q . MRS. HORTON, HOMEROOM 114. Top Row.-'B. Cust! J. lklooki' D lBucl1anan E Cordes J Cavuto R. Cassidy, R. Contig Middle Row: R. Cantor, V. Cunale, Bruilo, Chlivinyz Ri Buck,ilP. .Chorney: A. Curiellog Bottom Row: J. Carroll, M. Candler, M. Burns, B. Castignoli, S. Burgess, J. Calhoun, 1 I...wCzinning, L. Corinog Absent: J. Cantonr, M. Coleman, J. Christman. . 1 C .5 , . Q..,g.-1'g.,,,, .NK l .. V1 wi .1 L I .X N x A ip T w 'J VYXY f v r ' N - 1 I 'fi Mr. William Angelos briefs Junior Class on their impending Magazine Drive. I 5 W n MR. RUSSMAN, HOMEROOM 239-W. Left Column: E. Gabrell, B. Ferm, D. Geipel, W. Graykowski, R. Femenella, J. Frank, R. Ferrigno, J. Gaffney, Center Column: R. Fiorello, W. Flem- ing, J. Fifield, J. Frascelln, N. Freeman, T. Gazzo, P. Gambino, G. Guigeg Right Colunzn: W. Frost, D. Fischer, J. Freeman, J. Gerughly, M. Hout, P. Firth, F. Fitclnnan, V. Galletlag Absent: R. Gatti, R. Gatto. MR. NOTHEIS, HOMEROOM 241-W. Left Column: R. Han H. Cetchell, V. Hayes, N. Giambruno, H. Green, K. Co E. Hallahan, E. Henryg Center Column: J. Groenewold, Gubinski, M. Hempson, N. Giresi, K. Goodenouglx, R. Guari C. Hoffner, S. Goldsteing Right Column: J. Gray, R. Guer A. Grosso, R. Henry, W. Haegele, L. Giallanza, E. Goug Absent: J. Giordano, R. Golden, L. Golclfarb, R. Guariello. 94 l R. DONACHY, HOMEROOM 227. Left Column: P. Britt, G. fwman, P. Bongiovanni, T. Bo anski J. Brasser P. B 'e g , , ordl s, Brown, H. Bertmang Center Column: J. Boomhouwer, N. occo, W. Blaskopf, E. Broderick, P. Borello, M. Brunkhorst 9 Bonaserag Right Column: M. Brown, L. Bova, S. Beckerman, Bodt, M. Bernero, P. Bennett, L. Blasig Absent: R. Boylan, Bogart. ff Junior Class officers, Sue Morris, Janice Chliviny, Bob Lai, Tommy Cramer, and Lynne Sterler, presi Review. MR, McCANN, HOMEROOM 118. Left Column: R. Elfast, D Donovan, G. Ericksen, B. Frank, B. Erk, P. DeVita, M. Donog llueg Center Column: R. Dyrland, T. Dvorak, R. Drago, E Eustrace, T. Dominguez, A. Eppig, B. Ehlers, Right Column E. DiGiacomo, J. DeSale, M. Dieckmann, L. Emery, K. Farell M. Edholm, R. Faziog Absent: R. Estivo, E. DiNunzio, .l. Es: posito. 1 I fgloifzfff ff Jeff' , .1y4z4e,.5 91166, 1. d K ' ' f.l ' yfgpsferbvjggussion o umor W1 The leaders of '65: Joanne LoCastro, S.A. Representativeg Michael Robilotto, Treasurerg Jim DiCamil1o, President John DiCamillo, Vice-Presidentg Miss Woycichowsky, Class Advisory and Ginger Campolungo, Secretary. Sophomores With some five hundred students swelling its ranks, the sophomore class was by far the largest class in school. Soph activities were off to a flying start as, headed by President James DiCamillo, the sale of Christmas wrappings, tape, ribbons and cor- sages was successfully inaugurated. On December 14-, a sparkling seasonal dance paved their way to winter and added greatly to their treasury. The sophomore assembly served to introduce the sophs to the upperclassmen through entertainment. When the year was concluded, the class of '65 could look back proudly on a full record of achievements. f q-Q V' I t V Q ,V- ac ff L! ? I ' L 'f I 'K 111 ,I 1 nl 1 To K .1 -N 1 ,. x , 'A C . n I C .311 AW' W 'I I is wg lf ' V74 MR. MAHONEY, HOMEROOM 146-W. Top Row: J. Seaman, K. Rossi, V. Schaefer, T. Sconzo, B. Ruegamer J. Salomon, P. Sapp, J. Scuderi, L. Scarahinog Middle Row: J. Schulman, L. Russo, A. Schmidt, C. Schmidt F. Sabatino, C. Saks, C. Schifano, C. Salemi, R. Scaglioneg Bottom Row: H. Scoca, P. Scinto, J. Schackne A. Savino, Y. Saggio, F. Scuderi, J. Sander, J. Runyon, M. Russo, Absent: M. Roth, D. Schiavone. Pat Ronco, Janet Schnei- der, and Joan Schweit- helm dance while class- mates look on. MR. LAVAN, HOMEROOM 223. Top Row: D. Pagnota, P. Perras, J. Pellicane, F. Passeggiata, L. Patton, W. O'Donnell, R. Pearsall, C. Pincus, R. Nicastrig Middle Row: C. Perretta, J. Ofrias, J. Nelson, M. Petzolt, M. Palma, E. Nodell, J. Ornes, D. Plotke, W. Pepitoneg Bottom Row: D. Notaristefano, C. Piesco, J. Orlando, R. Nawrath, M. Pecora, J. Perrotta, D. Pikula, D. Pedersen, E. Pepino. . . MR. ALLENZA HOMEROOM 219 Top Row F D1S1mone P D1S1mone J Dommo A Elfast R Dunston H Douglass J. Dunston Mzrldle Row B DeVme C Doughty F Eames B Dunton D Elaenbteln .l D1Cam1llo .l D1Cam1llo D Dragonette A Du an Bottom Row K Easher D Dllg B Dlederxch L Ebel L Doyle G Edholm M Desxmlnl J DiNapoh Absent M Dlaz B Dxener D D1Grand1 D Elsemann Mrs. Morrow works busily while underclass- men Bruce De- Vine and Andy Dugan Check out hooks with Sue Burgcs and Ann Deelcy. MR.VIGLIO'1TA HOMEROOM 212 Top Row C Zapke C Whalen D WdlllCC J Wheeler R White K Whlte H Winkelman K Welch G Zachry M White Mtddle Row J Wolfram J WCIQSC W Whlttxer A Wood E Webster L Wildner T Wllhams B Wxlkens R Wlllflfild M Youn B Wendehurg Bottom Row I Zammettx M Wemer K Wilson V Waldron B Zathn G Wllson P Whlttaker R Yonke C Zuaro li. Wallace 98 Y 1 X A , K X ., A ax Q. 'Mtv . sw -ij, . MJ f -. N.. ., ,N-ax, 4 x 'ix X x Q X ER X X Q XX . 1 . ,X ,N ,.., Q ., X xx X N 'le . , 4 .Ng N hir: gk x X? . , . S 5 vw x N , X wx Q Xi W Atxl 3 5 i . S X X59 xX A N X .sg x , ,. is xx ,x Si' wx A xx gk' W as fy? U - I 2 x .Q ..-.x ww , , . - x Q, 4 x NN xi M MR. CORCONNE, HOMEROOM 221. Top Row: J. Hoffman, P. Ippolito, J. Hollnberger, R. Higgins, E. Ingrassi, J. Hoffman, G. Hoffmeier, N. Hatch, P. Helselg Middle Row: S. Jennings, P. Healy, P. Heaney, R. Holroyd, P. Holmes R. Howell J. Jones, A. Ingham, D. Hoffman, Bottom Row: J. Hassan, L. Hetherington, R. Haszto, B. Holmes, F. Jeun,g, J. Jaffie, J. Imburgiog Absent: J. Jones. Mr. Levine ob- serves studenfs specimen in Bi- ology laboratory as Linda Smith and Kathy Wilson look on. l MRS. WILSON, HOMEROOM 110. Top Row: T. Sonnee, M. Sullivan, T. Staats, G. Simpson, R. Shanks, W. Smith, D. , Silawsky, L. Silvo, F. Swanson, Middle Row: L. Stewart, J. Smirk, R. Shaw, M. Sweeney, M. Strohm, E. Strauss, T. Siegel, ' D. Shields, E. Sterlerg Bottom Row: H. Shone, S. Sims, A. Sposito, H. Soriano, B. Shugarts, R. Stack, R. Shertzer, R. Simione, L. Smithg Absent: R. Shenk, J. Stenson, L. Spoonley. E IOO 1 w l 1 .xxxxX. .x..x .X X N- S X X K N k g NW SSX A . N i 1 2 QS? S 1 A V S if QQ N xg X w f N ,L.LL me 3 V S HN mx - i S ' ' X S s X if I ix. . s 'ni I i 4 4 gig Q x S X X X X S X s Q1 3 N E .. X 5 is wg. Sgr A g 5 Q X x X W XS gxx Q3 V if S X gs 2 X Y? X S x X: W x Q K X Q T S J X , , EN Y . M Q , Ng Q 31 Sig X x:1f::::.wN xg Q- J ,,.k , ,M . ,.. x w ....... X - fi in SY A Sw ' qu x g ' Q M X AN x N W 0 5 Y 3 L- 3? '! of' . 'N Y Y ww ' 1 ,xi xx N NN X NRX N - ...,. wg W fvwfx K w ' 5 is 5? 5 XS S X ' is S .. X ix .nun kim? Y .X X 3 Q 'X 5 X + Y QQ gm v e N 'vw wwf is JE x i - ASS? f Wx Wi ix F m MR. BRYANT, HOMEROOM 213. Left Column: F. Frantzen, MRS, WILLIAMS, HOMEROOM 224.W, Left Column: L R. Gabriel, L. Fugit, E. Feldman, V. Esposito, R. Freisem, S. Borchers, A. Berry, J. Brennan, C. Borg, M. Beringer, l. Bern- Fox, W. Flynn, Right Column: C. Faulkner, P. Errante, D. quist, P. Bell, A. Bonnyg Center Column: G. Bel1lrner,.l. Biggio, Fitzharris, B. Forbes, T. Esposito, A. Fuchs, S. Finnegan, J. R. Black, W. Brennan, D. Brown, Right Column: J. Brekka, L Figueroa, J. Emanueleg Right Column: W. Emery, L. Fl0reS, Brown, C. Brothman, E. Bohanon, B. Brown, S. Blanahard, A P. Flood, C. Feinberg, J. Frank, C. Freeman, P. Fisher, D. Fal- Bowan, L. Brigliog Absent: K. Beecher, H. Bennett. conerg Absent: P. Forman, C. Fortuna, .l. Gabrell. Students diligently at work in Mrs. Beza's typing class. r IO4 O QS.. Mr. Russman conducts a team-teachin lecture in the "Little Theatre." g McPartland R. Mammola R. Machnowski C. McNall A C Manna R Mann P MacLaugl1lin S McNally .l vfMan0nfA.'1w1ai0riI1i, Matterag Aliselil: J. Macllin, . Mangano, M. Martin, B. Matthew, S. Menken. HARRIS, HOMEROOM 211. Left Column: R. McManus, Y , ! yf ' R. Mason, S. Marcinrowskig Cerner Column: W. Mar- T. Malone, R. Martin, D. Maffettone, V. Marinelli, S. L. Marcotrigiano, G. Martin, Right Column: M. MR. LINDNER, HOMEROOM 228. Left Column: M. Ribaudo, E. Riggio, M. Realmuto, L. Quick, L. Risolia, .l. Quarauta, C. Politi, C. Porpora, B. Quinn: Cenler Column: E. Radziewicz, F. Rendina, R. Rizzo, A. Rocco, ,l. Quartararo, A. Rolston, K. Roberts, K. Prin, C. Remauro, D. Reillyg Right Column: H. Roesch, D. Roberts, A. Reimer, R. Porter, R. Rodecker, R. Rosen, A. Roettger, J. Ribaudo, M. Robilottog Abseni: S. Racz. I05 VARSITY CLUB Q P Y4 1 , U I n "' I 'I I A 1 , ' of ' + C9 I gamers ' ' S 1 4 f ,4 I 'l X '4 V . 7, - f 4 V4 X 'A H U V1n'.".'n'Q I . D 1 P E I s OP 0915 t NN f 5 , K 75:51 fig P i "" Rini-1 C ff Si? 6144.3 LEADERS 7- x X I I 221. . , 'f v l"' 5 1 N N .W 41011, , Q. V xfgqn ff: 551.1 7 X "1 3"'u. ' 1 W. "'lI' ' . ff.,g4',, 1 1,,',,.i3cf u 1 a N v,?::'o1 ingg. . 1 1 1 'q 'H ' 4 7,316 '4 . CLUB ff SJ E 6 ROLJLE Rt SAQAQIQI fi O U C I Vl I ef "And we'll think about the laughter and the tears . . .,' IO8 S.A. officers are, fLeft to Right! Nancy Scoca, Secretaryg Elsa Loth, President: Robert Quintero, Vice President, Robert Cassidy, Treasurer. Studen The S.A., guided by Mr. Vanslette, and with Miss Thornhill as faculty treasurer, is the keystone of all school activities. By means of elected officers and representatives, it serves as mediator between the student body and the administration. In addition to the usual Sock Hops, the dances, Spirit Week, the Spirit Plaque, and the other fringe benefits of high school life provided by the S.A., a highly successful Leadership Conference was attended by represen- tatives from various other Nassau and Suffolk high schools, who came prepared to discuss their own organiza- tions, athletic programs, and academic facilities. All these things, however, are but instruments designed to carry out the true purpose of the S.A., which is to foster school spirit in the students of North Babylon and to encourage it by all possible means. S.A. Representatives: lFront Row, Left to Right! V. Campalungo, D. Curasi, J. Cavuto, L. Russo, J. Quaranta, W. Dunton, E. Kiewrag lSecond Row! J. Locastro, M. Regan, P. DeVita, R. Zipkis, W. Blaskopf, J. Cellring, J. Wheeler, T. Siegalg fThird Row! L. Briglio. B. Creed, R. Lai, T. Crammer, E. Cordes, C. Ovens, S. Vardon, H. Green, B. Boehm, fFourlh Row! D. Stoiber, V. For E Winkler G'Norton P Kennely J Maguire, M. Turchuck, J. Esposito, L. Chassyg fFifth Rowl P. Dyer, J. Lgtscirh, D. Mcliinrion M. hdragna, Reresford,,E.. LaSala, J. Schweithelm, P. Jennings, F. Hoffman, L.. Josephs: .fsixth Rowl . inne- gan, J. Jalfie, B. Mclntyre, G. Gate, J. O'Frias, E. Nardi, A. Matonti, F. Agugharo, J. Valenti, S. Morris. MR. RICHARD VANSLETTE, MISS BARBARA THORNHILL, W Advisor i O I flssoczatwn Eascsssq 8TUD!NT44 Z l a U l hf pzi U YA if "'N H 5 fe m U 2 Socznmol 'AWBJBBQQ' ill I l Faculty Treasurer S.A. social committee listens to report by chairman .lim Cavuto. KLeft to Right! J. Cavuto, R. Wheeler, M. Turchuck, L. Russo, S. Finnegan, S. Morris. S.A. representatives discuss plans for S.A. dance with Vickie Fox, chairman. fLeft to Right! V. Fox, H. Green, C. Norton, B. Mclntyre, D. Curasi, W. Blaskopf. I09 Y J' JOAN MACUIRE, editor-in-chief Left, Mr. James Sullivan, general advisor, Right, Mr. E. Schultheis, business advisor. THE BLAZER i Assistant editor Richard Meyer, Left, checks copy sheet with business manager Daniel Bruce. 3 GENERAL STAFF, Left to Right, Bottom Row: K. Turck, J. Jones, E. McKinnon, M. Russo, G. Martin, P. Fisher, P. Kaye, B. Morganwickg Second Row: B. J. Humes, T. Dauler, P. Quinn, L. Chassy, J. Stein, L. Scarabino, G. Nolan, T Niosig Third Row: D. VanLeeuwen, S. Vardon, J. Schweithelm, S. Gillis, E. Shanks, J. Ludden, L. Michaels, S. Predmore R. Wheeler, L. Jackson, Not Pictured: C. Kucezkowski. ll0 BLAZER editors: fBottomj SENIOR Editor, Gail Norton: Index Editor, Janet Kuhn, Faculty Editor, Vicki Foxg Art Editor, Marylynn Blowesg Underclass Editor, Harold Shaverg Girls' Sports Editor, Mary Burke: fTopl Literary Editor, Pat Kennelyg and Laura Josephs. Not pictured: Boys' Sports Editor, Bill Marino, and Activities Editor Dorothy Hill. A school's yearbook is a meticulously-planned, carefully compiled record of a school year and the students who helped to make it what it was. A theme that has a deeply felt effect on the student body, descriptions and photo- graphs to chronicle life at North Babylon as it was during the year 1062-1963-and a presentation to show them to the best possible advantage: these things, along with a tremen- dous amount of exacting labor, are what have made the BLAZER the fine publication that it is. Coordinating the efforts of section editors and staff were Editor-in-chief Joan Maguire and faculty advisor Mr. Sulli- van. Under their capable guidance, the talents and resources of the many who gave up so much free time so that the 1963 BLAZER would be a success, were directed into the most productive channels. Looking over pictures for the new yearbook are: fLeft to Right! M. Russo, J. Ludden, K. Turck, and E. McKinnen. Tony Niosi helps Girls' Sports Editor, Mary Burke, crop pictures for the BLAZER. l Ruby Wheeler types for the BLAZER as Lorraine Michaels and Les Jackson watch. 54 fi-K . ig' 1, All The News That Fits, 'Ji We Print 1 MR. MICHAEL ANDREWS, Advisor The GROWLER rounded out its seventh year of publication this June of 1963, and general opinion is that the year was one of its best. Mr. Andrews, a new member of the fac- ulty, gave liberally of his college experience as a journalist in the position of faculty advisor, and Editor-in-chief Judy Bongio- vanni successfully coped with the many problems of getting out a newspaper on schedule. Editor-in-chief Judy Bongiovanni briefs feature writers 1 Left to Right!-Bill Prin, Eddie Frank, Gail Norton, Fred Ficht- man, Pat Kennely, Eddie Cordes, Joe DeFeo, Betty-Jane Humes. L KEGLERS LEAD LEAGUE ER lture editors fS'eated2 Diana Stoiher, Judy Bongiovanni fEditor-in-chieflg JUDY BONGIOVANNI,Editor-in-chief fading: Rosalie Neumann, Ralph Notaristefangy Lenney Harvey, Margaret lmer. b?:jLpfmrf'LL if L i , f,1U":l 'M VCX lllfyl 050 'I lljvfmf ,f Q f X V Q General Staff: Standing: C. Venti, E. Shanks, D. Peters, H. Scoca, J. Jones, B. Sullivan R. Guercio T Dauler R. Amato S. Gallo, W. Prmn, E. Cordes, F. Fichtman, J. DeFe0, G. Caige, E. Frankg fLejt Rona, Front to ,Brickl J. Sanders, L, Scarabino, S. Vardong fSecond Row! S. Simms, E. LaSalle, B. Humes, P. Kennely, S. Predmore, M. Mincy, L. Chassyg ILast Row! B. Moran, M. Hempson, B. Seldel, B. Morganweck, M. Kall, J. Stein, A. Eppig, R. LoPresti. MR. VINCENT CORGONE, Advisor PATRICIA KENNELY, Art Staff of the Pines: Carolyn Dickey, Art Editorg M. Hempson, fLeftl Editor-in-chief Sylvia Simms. , 'ITM QPIINZL North Babylolfs literary magazine, THE PINES, has introduced a number of innovations this year, improving the tone of the publication as a forum for creativity. Photographs of editors, staff, and -ontributors. a separate art section, and printing done by the school's new offset press are among the --hanges. and student opinion has pronounced them to be effective. Under the direction of Editor-in-chief Patricia Kenneley, with faculty advisors Mr. Vincent Corgone and Mrs. Ann Cunningham, providing supervision. THE PINES has made rapid strides toward its hoped-for goal of becoming professional in appearance and content. PINES Staff: P. Quinn, A. Eppig, M. Hempson, T. Maurelli, J. Morrow, B. Humes, S. Simms, M. Alessi, C.' Dickey, B. Seidel, M. Ott. lI National Societ Honor y scholarship character leadership service JUDY BONGIOVANNI DOTTIE AMES, PAT KENNELY. Secretary S.A. Representative II6 a The highest accolade that can be given to a high school student is membership in the National Honor Society. Students who satisfy the criteria of scholar- ship, character, leadership, and service are formally in- ducted into membership at either of two solemn and impressive ceremonies held in the fall and in the spring of each year. This year, in addition to conducting the annual ceremonies, the North Babylon Chapter of the National Honor Society served as host for delegates from a large number of Suffolk County chapters at a luncheon held at the Southward-Ho Country Club. Two prosperous cake sales helped put on the Senior-Alumni Christmas Dance and finance a trip to New York to see a musical and have dinner at one of the city's better restaurants. Soon after the final deadline of The BLAZER, the spring induction was held, at which juniors as well as seniors were granted membership. To those students, although it is impossible to include their pictures, trib- ute should nevertheless be paid for achieving this sig- nal honor. Seniors chosen for the honor were: Theresa Artaserse, Mary Burke, Leslie Jackson, Carolene Kuczkowski, Ruby Wheeler, Eleanor Winkler, and Frances Culotta. The juniors who earned the distinction were: Mar- garet Bannard, Marie Brunkhorst, Amielia Cariello, Robert Cassidy, Edward Cordes, Anne Eppig, Howard Green, Rachela Guercio, Marilyn Mincey, Susan Mor- ris, Sheila Predmore, William Prin, Mike Rizzo and Suzanne Vardon. MR. EDGAR THOMAS Advisor 3- Q 5 C25 4 Future Nurse I ,,. l .4 CV NIRS. DQROTHY SAXTON President Priscilla Venti reviews notes taken at previous meeting by Secretary Ellen Zombek. 23 bg 5,5-Z5 The Future Nurses Club has as its goal the common instruction and enlightenment of those girls , C in the Senior High School who have decided to become nurses. In order to further this objective, trips are often taken to nearby hospitals, where valuable prac- gtical information is secured first-hand. Films on the various branches of nursing are shown and lectures by professionals in the field of C' Q medicine are given. my BCG Under the guidance of Mrs. Saxton, members of the club are instructed fully in the duties of f 'YK nursing, one of the most demanding jobs in the world, but also one of the most rewarding. C. hx N5 39. 3-22 are .gg 3 , A f-,ft Lagone, M. Malonig Second Row: J. Frank, M. Rizzo, P. Flood, J. Quartarero, A. Montgomery, B. Brown, B. Rugimer, Q, .5 J. Scerderig Third Row: J. Ludden, R. Wheeler, B. Miller, M. Russo, E. Wallace, D. Pikula, B. Tonkinson, P. Heaney, B. Campbell, Fourth Row: G. Norton, C. Freeman, L. Flores, R. LoPresti, L. Sterler, A. Wood, J. Esposito, M. Dieckman, H8 Wright, B. Barryg Fifth Row: C. Trayer, C. Klein, J. Scackne, M. Deeley, C. Monahan, I, Bernquist, R. Hoskel, C. atro. guna members include L-R-First Row: P. Fischer, U. Martin, M. Klevinskas, A. Maiorini, H. Kunze, G. Hoffman, S. yi America F K l l fLeft to Rightl: Mary Rose Beresford, Laura Josephs, Barbara Miller, Jane Ludden, Linda Fischer, Virginia Holmes model 'Samaratine' uniforms which they wear on duty at Good Samaritan Hospital. S ILeft to Rightj: Treasurer, .loan DeMariag President, Claudia Ventig V. President, Virginia Holmesg S.A. Repre- sentative, MaryRose Beresford. X Nurse's Aides: KLefz to Rightj: M. Cooke, B. Miller, T. Leo, I. Davey, L. Flores, M. Klevinskis, K. Ingrasi, C. Klein. Seated, Mrs. Dorothy Saxton, school nurse. Officers: L-R: Linda Risola-Sec., Doreen Koprowski-V. Pres., Eleanor Winkler- Treas., and George Wolfort, Pres. MR. NOTHEIS, Advisor Future Teachers of America The Future Teachers Club was established this year under the direction of as Mr. John Notheis. Through guest speakers and field trips, the club will attempt to acquaint its members who plan to become teachers with the many phases of W lf education. - Among the planned activities were classroom visitations to acquaint the mem- bers with teaching techniques and the selling of school pins to defray the cost of field trips. A 1 Members: First Row, L-R: P. Fisher, L. Risola, H. Scoca, B. Seidel, Second Row, L-R: M. Mincey, J. Sander, S. Simms E. Moran, Third Row, L-R: G. Martin, G. Wolfort, T. Seigel, P. Bell, Last Row, L-R: J. Morrow, L. Scarabino, D. Kop rowski, E. Loth, E. Winkler, M. Hempson. I20 9 Future Business Leaders of America The F.B.L.A., as it is commonly called, is an organization for those students who intend to go into the field of business on completion of their educational training. Members of this club headed by Miss Mary Ann Vlfoycichow- sky serve as ushers at concerts and dramatic productions, as well as taking charge of the preparing and selling of tickets. It is hoped that the experience gained by members of the F.B.l,.A. will be of great use to them when they enter the busi- ness world in earnest. 5 S ' U T UR E USINESS EAQERS MERICA co MISS MARY ANN WOYCICHOWSKY i , Officers-IL-Rl: J. Cuhring, Vice President, B. Broderick, Treas Advisor urerg M. Marinaro, Secretaryg J. Murry, S.A. Rep. Not pictured Karen McManus, President. V First Row, L-R: M. Savino, P. DeVita, R. Cuerciog fSecond Rowl: R. Hoover, B. Danz, C. Klein, A. Holmberger, M. Don- oghueg fThird Rowl: J. Carroll, L. Ochs, E. Healy, E. Preston, M. Marinaro, J. Schweit- holmg fFourth Rowl: C. Kuczkowski, J. Cuh- ring, M. Jahosky, B. Broderick, J. Murray, M. Russo, C. Mannag fLast Rowj: E. Frank, J. Frantzen. l2l Math Team Mr. Nicholas Ambrosiano, Math Club advisor, uses graph to illustrate a concept. Roger La Rose, Jim Larsen and Mark Spelman carefully check completed problem to make sure it is correct. Under the guidance of Mr. Nicholas Ambrosiano, a number of North Babylon's astute mathema- ticians have been brought together to form the nucleus of the Math Team. The students belonging to the Math Team compete in interscholastic meets in which points are given for the number of problems correctly solved by each school in a limited amount of time. North Babylon has performed remarkably well in competitions of this type, and will assuredly con- tinue to do so in future years. L-R: J. DeI.uca,. S. Vardon, E. Shanks, D. Peters, J. Stein, E. Cordes, S. Predmore, R. LaRose, M. Spelman, J. Larsen. l22 MR. RUSSEL CAMARDA, Advisor Although it does not function as a regularly sched- uled activity, the Oratorical society under Mr. Russel Camarda's direction has for the past four years pre- pared students for the annual American Legion spon- sored oratorical contest. The effects of this activity do not stop with the few students to whom it gives an opportunity to prepare and deliver a formal speech but extend rather to the whole student body since it is another means of stimulating interest in history and an emotional appeal to a fuller appreciation of our price- less American heritage. The ratorical Society Notaristefuno. critical eye. Orators Roger I.uRose. Kathy White, and Ralph Left: Ralph Notaristefano tests the effectiveness of a gesture as Mr. Camarda views it with fariior Varsity Cheerleaders Bottom Row, Left to Right: Ginny Campolungo, Joyce Quaranta, Maureen Regan, Carol Minstrell. Top Row, Left to Right: Susan Morris, Cheryl Saks, Barbara McIntyre, Eileen Nodell. Science Research Club A new organization in North Babylon this year is the Science Research Club. Headed by Mr. Raymond Kobielski. some students belonging to it researched for the project "The Determination of the Terminal Amino Acid of a Proteinffwhile other students under Nlr. Mahoney did work on hstudies in Protozoologyf' These scientific endeavors were presented to the Scientific Congress of the Seminar in Science Projects, offered by the renowned Waldemar Medical Research Foundation. The students involved did a commendable job on their projects and sacrificed a great deal of their free time in order to achieve this end. Club Members-L-R: Eddie Cubinski, Mary Ann Bernero, Carol Club Members-L-Rf Mike Rizzo, Don Peters, Suzanne Vard Ovens, Mr. Kobiclski, Ray Zipkis. Sheila Predmore, I 124 i Les Jackson and Betty Jane Humes read Shakespeare as it has never been read before. A Search or Talent 1 The Brookettsg LaVerne Brooks, Pat Dyer, Marie Cognetta, am Theresa Artaserse sing in "A Search For Talent." Janet Morrow rehearses as Ellen Zombeck, Carol Borg, and Les Jackson watch. Anastasia CAST OF CHARACTERS Anastasia .....,.........,,....,,.,... ...,,,. ,...,,., - P enny Wright Prince Bounine ,....... ..,,............ Le s Jackson Dowager Empress ..,..., ...,.. B etty Jane Humes Chernov ,ls..,,.,o......, .,,.,...,..-..,, B ob Hall Petrovin .vV., ..,,,,,,,,...., ,, ......,....s. Richard Anthony Doctor Serensky ..,,..,.. . .,.,,......,,,..,..,,. Eric Feldman Cast: I First Row, L to RJ: Alicia Saks, Linda Scarabino, John Cawley, Nick Di- Ciacomog I Second Rowl: Henrietta Brooks, Edwina Shanks, Maureen Candler, Richard Murray, Danny Lane, Ronnie Ferrignog I Third Rowj: Laura Chassy, Theresa Artaserse, Bob Hall, Betty Jane Humes, Penny Wright, Les Jackson, Tony Niosi, and Eric Feldman. l26 Penny Wright and Betty Jane Humes worl through a taxing scene in rehearsal fo "Anastasia," Brzgacloon Fiona MacLarvn 7,,, . ,7 D Terry Artaserse Jeff Douglas Tom Albright .llvg lgI'U!'h'I.1' .4I'Cl1Iil' , Y Harry Hanlon tom Homemaking classes, including Jane Ludden, Mary Rose esfore Gail Van Buskirk, and Pat Haynes make costumes for D D , Jim DiCa1nillo W, John Daly Betty ,lane Humes James Pearsall h ,, Peter Christensen MR. JAMES GILGANQ Director Cast rehearsal: L-R: Janet Morrow, Richard Pearsall, Sylvia Simms, Jim DiCamillo, Lynn Doyleg Seated: TheresarArlaserse. Bottom: Preparing the stage settings are: L-R: Bob Murray, John Daley, Philip Vitale, Bill Craykowski, Theresa Artaserse. I27 AJ Chorus This year, the chorus, under the leadership of Mr. R. Steele Phillips departed from the usual choral sub- ject matter to produce several fine recitals, composed of music from various parts of the World. The result has been delightfully entertaining. The new material has been executed by a fine group of voices selected from the entire student body at North Babylon. Members of Girls' Chorus, L-R: L. LeMieux, D. Meaney, L. Doyle, K. Prin, P. Heaney, J. Morrow, J. Schackne, M. Deeley, rehearse before a performance. All State NYSSMA Chorus members, Carol Borg and Laura Josephs, prac- tice a number with Mr. Phillips. ' 'kk ' x Q. .N 5- ' "iQXXKx.:'-gX, wi 'paw xi XX'xS..'s.-Qty, -.i5QXQi'?aQglQfsxQe,5x is Litggmx . 'E5sablbQ.4i,'.x 73, ,lfififl Cikbli Du C ClWM'i I QwQ3J.:q,xf:,,, 'P-egos-.--i!'s5 ixbkly -ixxxi 3,5-x, C, Q'-..1sx0.ClwQ3. s-f. 5-.,,g,C145X? fg,9L1?xx3iXXN. XXL XSJB Q .5-asi ' fNf1w,g img, 53154-L XXXL, , Girls' Chorus members include, L-R: Top Row: E. Preston, J. Ryan, R. LoPresti, J. Morrow, L. Doyle, G. Martin, D. Meaney, D. Schiavone, I. Bernquist, L. Welsh, K. Burger, J. Nelson, C. Monahan, L. Morch, P. Heaney, T. Siegal, K. Hartmann, E. Sterler, S. Finnegan, V. Kinzeyg Second Row: J. Schneider, M. Dalma, L. Martin, M. Zachry, B. Mclntyre, D. Curasi, L. LeMieux, C. Kasch, C. Saks, J. Guhring, L.Quick, J. Frank, E. Campbell, J. Hoaglin, D. Shields, J. Hoff- man, J. Wheeler, J. Jaffeeg First Row: Mr. Phillips, E. Moran, L. Trimboli, P. Steinert, M. Rizzo, J. Amato, M. Trippi, C. Politi, A. Valenza, N. Zorn, J. Esposito, B. Wilkens, K. Prin, B. Brown, L. Yeager, J. Schackne, L. Ochs, H. Scoca, M. Deeley, D. Schnell. :za y Choir Members of the All Suffolk County Chorus include C. Borg, R. Hall, L. Jackson, C. Ovens, J. Schackne, F. Davis L. Josephs, T. Artaserse. Mr. Phillips, exhibiting a talent for embellishing the setting of tradi- tional choral favorites, produced several inspiring concerts for students and their parents as well. Choir Members include: Top Row, L-R: H. Brooks, L. Brooks, J. Schweitholm, J. Frank, M. Cook, C. Montagna, F. Swanson, L. Assison, P. Christensen, C. Shea, L. Jackson, L. Harvey, J. Wisnciwski, J. Daly, P. Wright, L. Josephs, J. Tomford, D. Kop- rowski. Third Row, L-R: C. Borg, B. Green, W. Emery, C. Ovens, P. Dyer, R. Pearsall, C. Spencer R Kross F Dauls B. Forb P B ' R P R es, . ritt, . orter, . Marsh, D. Jarmark, M. Cognetta, B. Morganweck, L. Hammond, F.,Huffman.,Se.cond Iiow, L-R: T. A ' ' ' ' rtaserse, P. Conaughton, C. Kuczkowski, S. Wiseman, C. Darragh, L. Brigllo, C. Denninger, E. Cordes, R Cassidy, J. Cooke, M. Burns, R. Lai, R. DeLuca, J. Rutigliano, J. Romano D McKinnon' C Freeman C Rzepa V Schaefer. First Row, L-R: M. Jahosky, B. Haegele, A. Giame, D. Rever B ,Dragonette S Simms B Hurnes -A Schmidt, J. DiCamil1o, E. .Nardi, R. nan, R, Murray, s. Krupski, c. Lang, G. cai2,e,'M. caivo, li. vmefy, C. Ilombard' Jf Alb 1. 1, rec t, C. Walker, S. Smith, Mr. Phillips. ix. 's lx, K, The Band WRX CNS J Y M? xx w 'X KJ .H .Q 'xi Band members include: L-R: J. Mazzuco, B. Matthews, B. Clark, M. Dieckmann, D. VanLeeuwen, S. Morris, N. Free- man, B. Ferm, M. Avedisian, S. Gillis, L. Michels, C. Trayer, A. Daher, E. Eustace, J. LaSalle, Second Row, L-R: W. Siebel, R. Gatto, D. Leipold, B. Case, K. Carusona, B. Daher, J. Seaman, R. Francis, S. Wright, P. Quinn, R. Suga, W. Markhof, J. Caboara, M. Ott, J. .lonesg Top Row, L-R: R. Quintero, F. Bonasera, E. Stark, T. Bates, D. Kahl, R. Scaglione, E. Kiewra, P. Veronides, G. Mcgrath, P. Morrell, R. Jamisko, F. Passagiatta, M. Derish, B. Diener, J. Mc- Clynn, W. Fleming. , i xx . ,C ,. ,j3.,.t...,,.,..,c,,.,.3 FL ll is tp if X ' Sitting in a darkened auditorium X, . -c SCL ,l several nights before Christmas listen- ,i'11.,ic'tliLit--7-A ing to the magnificent holiday music 1 emanating from the orchestra pit is one of the finest ways to appreciate the talents of the Senior High School Band. Versatile enough to slip with prac- M ticed ease from Beethoven to Basie, the X band has been brought to this peak of musicianship by Mr. Hamor, band di- rector for the past two years. The band has also been fortunate in having such distinguished musicians as Robert Quin- tero, trombonist, and Lorraine Michels, saxophonist, both of whom were selected to participate in the All-Eastern Or- chestra, a truly worthy achievement. Unhampered by either lack of suit- able selections or lack of talent, the band performs at football games, pep rallies, concerts, assemblies, musical comedies, parades, and the annual com- mencement exercises. It is the opinion of the entire community that the stu- dents who comprise the band are a Twirlers include, L-R: Camille Ribaudo, Ann Schlosser, Marsha Turchuk- . - - Captain, Nannette Conigliaro-Head Majorette, Elaine Eustace, Phyllis Brown, credit to both fhelf School and to then' Charlene Schmidt. art. l30 Mr. Hamor, Band Director, discusses a score with All County Sectional participants, Lorraine Michels, Bob Quintero, W. Siebel, and Frank Bonasera. Lorraine and Bob later went on to participate in the All-State and Adi-Eastern Sectional. n .fr f 522525 Mr. Humor directs Dance Band, members include IL-Rl: Carol Borg, P. Veronides, D. D'Alessandro, B. Ferm, W Siebel, L. Michels, A. Daher, R. Gattog Second Row, L-R: F. Bonasera, B. Quintero, E. Stark, Back Row, L-R: B Matthews, F . Passagiatta, M. Derish. l3I The '63 Varsity Cheerleading squad showed "spirit, pep, and fight" throughout the foot- ball and basketball seasons. It is a cheerlead- eris purpose to show enthusiasm for the team and to arouse the same excitement in the spectators during every game. Because of this, no gridiron or court games were dullg these cheerers along with hard playing teams and spirited crowds made N.B.'s sport Year One to remember. W1 WW WUI' WW . .95 First Football ueen, Our 1962 football season queen, Pat Dyer, poses with N.B.'s gridmen Bob Casazza, Bob Quintero and Bob Pisano. K, -.I X ' Q f sg x In order to deyelopinirioreq school spirit, and to develop linterest ing our football team, ax tradhhion waslaegun in NQ3. this yeaor. Pf3ttLDyer.YbbecVa15iIe our filjyfoot. ball quegx andreigned successfully and withfiserene grace overt thfejehtire football seasonf UM' K Sliifriiig in th9i'HiJnors ,in 'iobntest that waste ergsfonly to Senitillspwere Bari bara ,Drag nnette, Vicki JFox, JoAnnE LatsclY,' Karen Hartmann, Marsbajdfur chuk, Elsa Lotb, Bobette Boehqhgail Van Buskirk, and Mary Burke. - Football Queen and court fBottom Row, L-Rl: Barbara Dragonnette, Pat Dyer, Mary Burkeg ITop Row, L-Rl: Vicki Fox, JoAnne Latsch, Karen Hartmann, Marsha Turchuk, Elsa Loth, Bobette Boehm, Gail VanBuskirk. I34 Lf Q 5 1 gi' '.1.' ,C X' .jxdf xx Girls' Leaders Club Officers discuss activities. L-R: Karen Hartmann, Pres., Lor- . 1 -V, If raine Michels, V. Pres., Marilyn Mincey, Sec., Dottie Ames, Treas.3 and Judy .V f Bonglovanni, S.A. Rep. N XJ,-" P. iirls1iiiLeaders Club The Girls' Leaders Club is an organization designed for those girls who are outstanding in both athletics and leadership. President Karen Hartmann, Vice President Lorraine Michels, Secretary Marilyn Mincey, Treasurer Dottie Ames, and S.A. Representative Judy Bongiovammi regulate the activities of the club. The Leaders sell refreshments at home football and basket- ball games, assist in gym classes, take statistics at basketball games, and participate in a minimum of three sports per year. The chief reward of belonging to an organization like the Leaders Club, however, is the feeling that one receives from knowing that one has done something to increase school spirit and athletic proficiency in the school. The members of the Girls' Leaders Club include: I First Row, L-Rl: S. Vardon, B. Dragonette, G. Martin, P. Fisher, L. Hill, C. Horoszewski, K. Hartmann, L. Michels, D. Ames, M. Mincery, B. LaPlante, E. Henry, ISecond Rowl:S. Pred- more, C. Minstrel, M. Regan, D. McKinnon, B. Lindner, J. Bongiovanni, B. Boehm, J. Latsch, J. Daley, K. Carusona, A. Weldon, M. Savinog fThird Rowl: J. Chliviny, S. Morris, J. Albrecht, M. Alessi, S. Sims, L. Doyle, V. Campolungo, J. Lo Castro, D. Curasi, K. Wison, B. Zatlin, S. Blanchard, B. Morgenweckg fFourth Rowj:J. Stein, H. Scoca, L. Riso- lia, L. Briglio, J. Jaffe, N. Kinzey, L. Siegel, J. Wheeler, K. Roberts, G. Schaeffer, E. Lothg fFiflh Rowj: E. King, J Schweithelm, N. McGee, G. Norton, L. Clyne, B. Tonkinson, B. Campell, P. Haney, R. Neuman, B. Broderick, P. Jen- mngs. s 135 T Varsity lub Q MR. BRENDAN McCANN, Advisor Varsity Club officers, Mark Spelman, Richard Jesaitis, .leff Moore ar Bob Casazza check agenda before important meeting. The Varsity Club, in its second year of existence, was established to provide a social and athletic organization for boys who have achieved a varsity letter in one or more sports. Members of the club serve as hosts at athletic events and ushers at school affairs. They also sell programs at home football and basketball games. The Club has taken field trips to see pro- fessional athletic contests in several sports. The boys who belong to the Varsity Club are to be commended for their high achievement of physical strength and muscular coordination as applied to athletics. First Row, L-R: R. Jesaitis, M. Spelman, J. Moore, B. Casazzag Second Row, L-R: B. Reiger, 1 H. Weisheit, P. Bongiovanni, D. .lonesg Third Row, L-R: T. Withers, C. Wildner, M. Grieco, 1 E.I1l3'rarEis, B. Drylandg Fourth Row, L-R: T. Britt, G. Wolfort, J. Frantzen, R. LaRose, l . ran . an M y Library Aides Kneeling, L-R: J. Taylor, A. Deely, L. Oakes, C. Klein, B. Zatlin, C. Wilson, J. Esposito, S Halas, B Hoover S Burgess T. Gasking Back Row, L-R: K. McManus, A. Blackington, C. Venti, P. Venti, Miss Weber, -B. Barry, IP. Floomi, Carroll, W. Ruppert, F. Huffman, M. Cognetta, J. Thomasg Top: J. Tomford, G. Nolan. Attendance fjiee Aides L-R: Gail Van Buskirk, Suzanne Wiseman, Terry Domingoes, Bei Morganweck, Lorraine Welsch, Candy Trayer, Barbara Haegale, Louise Petruzelli, Claudia Chubb, Merry Rizzo. 138 ' 1 ' I ' YQ-AT, ' I ' ll , I I 1 x ,- ' r N 1 x r, I 7 I 1 1 9 ' I fi' I uv ln ' 5 " sg aff Na In f' 'A Hx 1.1 tj A- :J A- 1 f A V PK' 9 that we ll bring no shame to you. " T Top KL.-RJ: Stoll, Wubbenhorst, Baker, Larsen, Hanson, Bowman, Krauthamerg Middle, KL.-RJ: Mr. Kelly, Dragonette, GIICCO Cramer, Hoffman, Siciliano, Quintero, Lai, .lesaitisg Bottom, KL.-RJ: Wolfort, Wildner, DeAngelis, Pisano, Casazza, Reiger, Moore Flemlng, Santomartino. Football If one were to go only by the record, the '62 football season was again not a bit impressive. How- ever, if one were to examine it closely from the point of view of the function of high school sports, it was an outstanding success. "Breakfast with Kelly" did more than just nourish the pre-game appetites of an unusually large squad of high school gridmen. It transformed a prevailing sickly spirit into a vibrant and strong enthusiasm. UPSET was not only considered just a seasonal slogan but rather a driving force behind the team's efforts. It inspired co-captains Casazza and Pisano and also such seniors as Fleming, Wolfort, Iesaitis, Giglio and Moore to many agressive performances. Throughout the season the Bulldogs lost many close, hard-fought games, ending the season with such scores as 21-25, 14-27, 6-19, 14-18, against Sachem, Lindenhurst, Brentwood and West Islip. The '62 season will be remembered as the beginning of NB's determined fight in varsity football. Under the coaching of Mr. Roland Cartier the I.V. ended its season with one win, six losses and one tie. The season's victory was a shut out against West Islipg there were also other close games played against Port Jefferson, South Huntington and Sachem. The strong support from the juniors and sophomores makes next year's Varsity and J.V. prospects very bright. Top KL.-RJ: Civardi, White, Radziewicz, Fitzharris, Larsen, Douglas, Brennan, Dunston, Lorenz, Middle, IL.-RJ: Mr. Sentelik Brocco, Henry, Kalmbacher, Murry, Shaw, DiCamillo, Smith, Moore, Leonetti, Mr. Cartierg Bottom, KL.-RJ: Robilotto, Zachary Maloriano, Carter, Krupski, Scagilone, Matthews, Burns, Brown. Varsity coaches Mr. George Kelly and Mr. Frank Keisecker. .l.V. coaches Mr. Xlivlmel it Senlelik Coach Kelly sets pace for team workout. und Mr. Roland Cartier Giglio lunges at a Huntington back as M. Krauthamer pre- Team absorbs C03Cll,S instructions on team strategy, res to sweep into the actiorf. l4I Crowd is stunned with excitement . . . Coaches Kelly and Keisecker shout encouragement . . . Mike Krauthamer digs for yardage against Huntington. VS HUNTINGTON Q. xt. ,.. it ,L ,J ,um wx-wx ,i SX J 'n. ,, , in 3' , X X X "f .X if X x i 'ir . fe XX , X gg.. ,wf1gX XA X k W' X -X Lx my Xw Q X ' 1 . 5 A-of-M.-X XXX X f '41 ' K T' XX 'Q X i 3 is ff' " - Gb m m , x ' f 3 H5 X L Q 3 i , Q. .. ik XX M ' X ,TL - W X Q + c . Q .IXQRSSW x ,X:geXQ:X.Xm. Q K, X , Q .KXQLXMX ifffix x 'ggw x N X X 1 K is A Qfk x X NX X . xi X 2 PQ S XX XX s X X Q I X XX Q FQ X ' ' 'N g r :-NN 'X . . , 3 ' Q5 k X X- X X X Q X-fig -:, A X K X X if L x we 5 x 555,15 x Q . N f x XX X X ,. ,. f . X- .Aww X W A ' 3 X . ag Rs .N 2 ,-,--.F 1. Xrxxxxxyxix x,Vx, E. Mi AXWWA X Y 'X- 5 'gx,,wX Lum X 5 Nw , I X Q kilzxxgw asf .- x X X EX 5' X1 X , 5 x I +Q gn A' , . Ng XX x Q L 15-EEA--RT' mkniaf X. 'X ,X K. f X ,. M, xg ff' we "v521,' 'rv X X. M X L PM -'SPE -' Q 'X 1 x ' K L, 'St N X . , Q , -X a , 1 -x 'P 1' X Y, Y :X X X w ,., f - 5. . , 3 Y XX 'fy' - ',.XXC Y ,f kg X XX A , xy X . S .ff J, -N x,. X I k x X i , K , x X fx X 4 . Y X it X+ f 1 S .X if ent .jk?,..h5. A . in ,M ,. Q Q, X X 4 if 5 V . S 5 . X 3, X K ' w X A X X ' -'N'-m'vlE1fX 'X sf My I44 Top, KL.-RJ: Mr. Qonaghy, Murray, Cassidy, Montgomery, La Rose, Dyrland, Montagna, Jones, Weisheit, Christman, Roeschg Bottom, IL.-RJ: Fischer, Scinto, Suga, Bonasera, Frantzen, Costello, Middleton, Weinar, Deley. Coaches Daniel Donaghy and Emanuel Axelrod. Half time pep talks spur team on to victory. M Xxx QKXXFX Xwi xy x,'U 's Q 1 if X , Y X X tx. frfl Soccer . W L XX, Q-VV 1, N XNA , x f-x , . , Y I ' RQ , A x X , XV P Tw VA 4 ,J X, ,M tt w v js J wx W r Y W X il" Nortli Babyl nis Booters concluded their fourth year of varsity competition with determination and the will to win. The team won five games, lost five and tied one. The tie against Brentwood was accom- plished when the Booters with thirty seconds of the last quarter left to play scored a two point goal. Such seniors as Jones, Frantzen and La Rose were supported by juniors of great potential such as Middleton, Cassidy, Montgomery, Dyrland, Cos- tello, Bonasera and Wolf. The sophomores also played a big part in making the season the success that it was. Ronnie Suga earned a position on the First String All-Scholastic team. Mike Weiner was the team's top scorer with ten points. Hans Roesch was elected to the All-Scholastic Second String as were J im Montgomery and Bob Dyrland. The J.V. season ended with five wins, seven losses and one tie. Despite the season's record, the number of points scored against North Babylon was sur- prisingly small. This can be credited to Tony Deluca whose expert guarding of the goal chalked up four shut outs for N.B.g others like Shanks, Rizzo and Thompson also proved to be very capable players. Hans Roesch slants hall to Wayne Middleton on trip up field. Middleton and Deley pressure West Bahylon's goal. A SOCCER REQUIRESZ POWER ACCURACY Hans Roesch Bob Dyrland Jim Montgomery -we BALANCE Top, KL.-RJ: Broderick, Roe, Murray, Ippolito, Anderson, Ingham, Demerest, O'Leary, Berry, La Porte, Clark, Cenarrig Middle, IL.-RJ: Mr. Axelrod, Boganski fMgr.J, Beck, Kiewch, Douglas, Niles, Linson, Shiply, Prin DeLuca, Scinto, C-oodenoughg Bottom, IL.-RJ: Muniz, Boomhauer, Thompson, Shanks, Riuo, 0'Frias, Davino, Shulman, Kahl, Izlammond. I l45 S. i ' X XXX S5 s s we -Q' . SIIITCI ' x . Cros if hs3i'mQ XY 6 XYQARX Q' W ' s rss 'RSE BN X X XX News News r X o XX,XxXNx KXXXQNA N ,fi xx X X Xxgssms sw is as gk ,553 Q A B dirvgwtrrgigk xx .. 5' CD .. CD E .. B' F0 U7 FU O O Z5 Q- 'U - W O CD -. 5 .. .T G7 U7 ,. E. sv ff sig sw, ,semis .fs SN ,eww r Bw ,mir 5+ X ss t ee M dl' Sims as ., S R Q X X 5' ' we . 3 . X if 'WX . ' . . g . . ii.. : ,sf " V - - 'W r -' " f 5f5Q5r "-1' i s R , , ' K s 1 ' Qt V r X I w Q 5 ,, E, s .R - ' " ' X Y ' ' f s ixmisi C " . L - X - rr 'ttf - e . 4 N-.Se " a e-. L- Erv sffs X . N X. ' .. . s ef - e Nw,-J 1- sv .QS s .ms X vm he C x ,g , - -I , .as f 5 . : .e w- 65'-BN, e - sr - ' r -swag . ef A N -se r s fs as e e , is s X . ,. - . " .. Q "" 1 1- t t. -sf - t R 9 .5 jf 5 ww S? .C f 51 r..,. g, :. ft ' '- .t Q Qs ,V r X x gag .gag M gi e wk E5-.S , . . M. S elman D. 0Ne1l and T. Cazzo show the form which won 7 ln addition to ability the requirements of a good team are spirit, leadership and experience which can only be acquired by time. For the past six years the North Babylon Harriers have been under the expert coaching of Mr. Frank Manhardt. The years he has spent in developing the Harriers proved to be a worth- while endeavor which made the '62 season a tribute to their perseverance and ability. On November 2nd the Hill and Dalers brought its first major sport county championship to North Babylon capturing the Class A Championship by taking four out of the first five places. Mr. F. Manhardt, G. Knockenhauer, T. Torma, A. Reimer, R VARSITY: Top: Shaw' Bgrg' S' Torma' Mr' F' Manhardti Gabriel, C. Borg, T. Cazzo, R. Francis placed in State Champion- Bottam: T. Torma, Francis, Cazzo, Spelman. ships at Watertown New York. Ls. nountry l On November 10th the team placed second losing to Colonic High of Albany by only nine points in the State Championships held at Watertown, New York. Tom Gazzo placed second only seven seconds behind the first place winner. In all fairness no individual on the team can be pointed out as its star memberg every member of the team proved to be outstanding in '62, T. Gazzo, R. Francis T. Torma M. S lm , , pe an and D. O' ' display county championship trophy won at Sunken Meadow e Park R. Francis, T. Torma, J. Cook, set the time which won the Clas A County Championship. . X fAsst. Mgrj Ruppert Hall CMgr.lg Botlom. Huether, Reimer. 1' 1 LW. Y... ..,. M- - gwpgu A gi: .-azzxmmwwkww .. . Q QQ? sfxi is Sk x HS Y wx QS. -X x Q T5 V V, fef4l"N"'N'0 X .. ., W s ' ! an , 1 ,. Q xg 3 3 ik , , ,., SQ ff SNK A Q . 'Ri s 3 i 5 s 5 . gr W 35.153 tigrw 1 'za ' . Q - M., . ,. . X as 1-'WW W--by-M, . . ,nw mms- 5 S2353 Q X A XS SQ. Q 1 5 w. W X I-f t s 5 Q L gg 'iigfq Q N L gr W QS QR SS ,X 4, 4, Q.- . ,sg x .1 xv X 5 EX X X Q X611 A w Q f t fi Q Q55 X. F QQ x A"' 3 149 X K 1143? Nigwf llv , .lohn Frantzen reaches high for that two-point basket. Coaches Brendan McCann and Michael Cavalieri. Mike Grieco 'rims' ball into the basket. Back Row KL-RJ: J. Hoffman, J. Frantzen, H. Weisheit, R. Anderso Middle Row KL-RJ: M. Grieoo, T. Britt, P. Bongiovanni, J. Pellican Bottom Row KL-Rl: G. Wolfort, E. Frank, fMgr.J, R. Shauer. Basketball Once again as the leaping excitement of the gymnasiu bleachers reached its summit and a profusion of spectato crammed the courts, the North Babylon Cagemen opened a other season. ln their fourth year of play the varsity under Coach Brenda lVIcCann,s leadership finished of 4-14 and a 3-11 League the season with an overall reco A-1 record finishing in seven position in the league. The nigh scorer for the year was c captain George Wolfort who finishing the season with an Pellicane, the only sophomore per game with a final total with 124, Bongiovanni with 94 points. Under the coaching of Mr. ended their season with an averaged 13.6 points per gan outstanding 231 point total. J on the varsity, averaged 10 poir of 180 points. Frantzen finish 107 and co-captain Shauer wi Michael Cavalieri the J.V. Cage impressive 8-18 record. Showi: great potential throughout the year, they will be top contends for the varsity in ,64. Opponent Babylon West Babylon Babylon Half Hollow Hills Brentwood Port Jefferson Northport West Islip Huntington South Huntington Lindenhurst Brentwood Port Jefferson As Northport closes in Bongiovanni is forced to pass the ball Northport West Islip Huntington South Huntington Lindenhurst k Row IL R2 D. Weber, F. Frantzen, D. Norbut, P. Civardig Mid- Rou IL RJ W. 0'Donne1l, T. Williams, J. Dunston, J. Rohang George Wolfort leaps high for the jump ball. am Row IL RJ J. Baker, H. Douglass, G. Hansen. George Wolfort eludes opponent for a clear lay-up. ISI Back Row IL-Rl: Coach Mahoney, R. Meyers, J. Rowley, R. Lai, T. Cramer, Bottom KL-Rl: R. D. .lones,W. Schockg Rizzo, A. DeLuca, N. Shaw, T. Torma, S. Torma, R. Fran- cis. eww. Bob Meyers puts an Hunderhook and chin" on John Rowley. Coaches Mahoney and Cartier instruct D. Jones on pinning combination applied to T. Cramer. I52 Wref Beginning their third year of Varsity competition, the North Babylon Grapplers accepted the challenge of their strong AAI league competitors. Faced with the loss of many experienced wrestlers, the team,s hopes were pinned on needed support from the underclassmen. Under the leadership of Head Coach Harold Mahoney the team ended its season with an overall 7-4 record and a 6-1 league record, finishing in seventh place posi- tion in league standings. Throughout the entire season the Torma brothers showed outstanding performances which gained for them exceptional records. Steve ended the season with a 10-1 record while Tom finished with a 9-1-1 record. ln the AAI league tournaments Tom Torma won second place Tom Torma applies "two on one" on Norman Shaw. X X x Q Q 2? Q 5 X r 5 X X Q- Q KK X - Xk.. K X K. f i ' V A E-2. x if? , Wff:r5i!X.fsI.2?. X . X . 5 N 'W x x ii - TIF ' . Q 11.2 Q '-.2,: fm. S 51 K Q. . X vlsfg. ff ' QE! bmi? Q: we, ff g ff . x k Qgg . 5 ' W E NW V 5 . . KL K S N Jw xL-- lx E- S1521 5 , A JS A -5 . A .2 K5 x N gy ggi 4 555 K K 2 zfief- .. f 2:85. Y F . 1521 H Q S X LX X Q: F 2 E L 5 S fs xr xx X Q k bv , N IQ f W f R - ' l Q Q SSG ' H S Q .A . ' X OSX Sm N N Q R5 5 i?521S , K x 6 K K W Q. Q -Y W silk K QS Q YN x is .g -x 5 wax ' X ,QK ev X QQ X S lk-an si , Ng -X . S , QV '-P'- ' flgx, X Egg! W' K X si A 55 .M ' . ,R-S. IL-Rl: D. Dragonelte, J. Vernon, Coach Camarda, E. Cordes, D. Fischer, J. Cantone, not pictured-B. Kross and W. Daly. Bowling North Babylon's Keglers again made history this year by becoming the first team in Suffolk County to win a League and County Championship for a third consecutive time. Slightly handicapped by the psycho- logical disadvantage of having to uphold an excellent record, the squad under Coach Russel Camarda's gentle encouragement and persuasion shook off their anxieties and knocked down a commanding 30-6 record in League I. Anchorman Ed Cordes not only led the Keglers with an impressive 186 average but also gained the highest score of 638. Dennis Dragonette's 257 was the highest wood for a single game while Ed Cordes scored a close second of 256 pins. Support from the remaining team members Joe Vernon, Don Fischer, Bob Kross and Bill Daly also aided greatly in accomplishing this al- most incredible feat. Since the team will suffer the loss of only one regu- lar, Bob Kross, because of graduation, the suspense in connection with next season is already beginning, and loyal North Babylon fans are predicting a fourth clean Ed Cordes and ,loe Vernon tabulate the high scores of the Sweep of County bowling honors' county champions. l54 4' 2 First Row, IL.-RJ: Bonasera, Frank, Fichtman, Bongiovanni, Zaldivarg Second Row: Weber, Rowan, Middleton, Bowman, Flem- mgg Third Row: Mr. Kaskoun, Kiel, Santomartino, Cramer, Jarvis, Riggi, Mr. Marrag Fourth Row: La Rose fMgr.J, Kross, Grieco, Anderson, Cunningham, Hoffman. COACH MR. JOSEPH KASKOUN I56 Baseball Once again as the vernal season approaches with its lush green fields, the spring workouts for base- ball are already underway. That All-American pas- time has begun again. The excitement of home runs, loaded bases, and threeqtwo counts dominates the sports scene till early fall. The North Babylon locker room is no exception. Last year the North Babylon sluggers finished their season with a four to six league record, losing their last game to Patchogue 2-1 in eleven innings. Throughout the season significant records were set. Frank Riggi led the team with a league batting aver- age of .363. Chipper Morton, best centerfielder in the league, had half of the total number of home runs made by the team. Proving their ability in last year's games left fielder Joe Santomartino, center fielder John Flem- ing, shortstop Paul Bongiovanni, together with sec- ond baseman ,lerry Bowman and catcher Tom Cramer seem to be hot prospects for the ,63 season. Fleming and Bongiovani demonstrate tag off at second while Mr. Kaskoun points it out to Hoffman and Cramer. W, - A. . .. ---...- ..-..... --..... -..U ...ev un, vuuudu. l Middleton snatches hot bounce to first. Double play is smartly accomplished by Bongiovanni and Bowman, Kross returns fly ball from left field. -5 ? J P.- I R. Emanuel and M. Rizzo sprint past West Islip in the hundred yard dash with a time of ten point five seconds. Lenny Amato flys clear of hurdles and dashes ahead ss. K. R. Jesaitis' dynamic arm hurls discus an impressive distanee. l58 of West Islip. Bob clear the eleven foot vault. Pisano flings himself high into the trees to """""u. s -M, , ii - 1' is .. il diss .,..e-'QW ,. F. C'unnata's momentum sets new school record throw at forty- three feet six inches. P r t Cindermen, Smash Six ohool Records Under the coaching of Mr. John Harmeling, the North Babylon Cindermen finished their second year of varsity competition with a winning season. Despite defeats rendered by Lindenhurst, Hunting- ton, and Port Jefferson, the Bulldogs had a league record of four wins and three losses and an overall record of five and three. The outstanding result of last year's season is the fact that new school records were set in all six field events. Frank Cannata tossed the shot forty-three feet, six inches. John Christman and Bob Pisano vaulted ten feet, six inches. Frank Le Mieux hurled the discus one hundred twenty-five feet, eleven inches. Mike Krauthamer broad jumped nineteen feet, sevena d dine half inches. With agloss of yrjve of its members, the team has high for the '63 season. Relying on theleytpleiienrfe bffsuch seniors as Moore, Pisano, Jesaifisegiantlx Qagihata, and assisted by the deter- miriafiionr oiltlifrfmarlvy juniors and sophomores, the Blslfitlhogqh1.a,r9Jl.floqlcilx'g forward to another winning 'H Kw"1," uf' sg3asont',1jyJ 5' , mpg, Hwqgp , fin T' :Alf RELAY TEAM The biggest events for the North Babylon track season have been the relay races. The team's four best sprinters, Ron Emanuele, Mike Krauthamer, Jeff Moore, and Frank Quinane copped first place in the 880 yard relay races at the Suffolk County Relays with a time of one minute, thirty three point eight seconds. The team ended the season placing fourth in the county. Top, IL.-RJ: Mr. Notheis, Fleming, Chorney, Hansen, Lorenz, Jones, Galbraith, Kiner, Hersh, Le Mieux, Frantzen, Cooke, Nickel son, Leipolfi. Wegenaar, Mr. J. Harmeling: Middle: Shaw, Prin, Cazzo, Boomhauer, Cannata, Moore, Spellman, T. Torma Qulnane, ONell, Umlauf, Bernardo, Shock, Christman, Niles, S. Torma, Wildnerg Bottom: Jesaitis, Francis, Pisano, Rizzo, Shaw Glglio, Krauthamer, Emanuele, Amato, Gatto, Burns. Top: Miss M garet Micciche, A n d e r s o n, Soika, J. Lars R. Stengel, Sugag Bottom: Costello, B. Fel G. Schwartz, De Angelis, Cassidy. Tennis Opening its '62 season with strong determination and expert leadership from its capable coach, Miss Margaret lVlicciche, the North Babylon tennis team began its second year in Suffolk's strong A-1 league competition. Although inexperience limited the team's success, the netmen profited from facing their tough opponents. J im Costello and John Soika played outstanding doubles, winning nine out of thirteen matches. Relying on the performances of such netmen as Cassidy, Suga, Costello and Larsen and bolstered by increased interest and support, the team hopes for a better season in '63. l 4 Y Bob Cassidy demonstrates volley in good .lim Larsen waits for the serve. Ronnie Suga displays poise with 8 str backhand. I I ,.,.. V- SYdlaUSkY d1'iVCS fl'0lll 1119 IPC- R. Long putts on the green. A. Burger shows good driving form. GOLF With only one letterman, Al Burger, returning to the tee, newly appointed Coach Edwin Sehultheis stated that the '63 season would be one of rebuilding. However, bearing determination, patience and immense good will handily in their bags this year's linksmen are sure to acquire the experience and skill required for a strong golf squad. Mr. Schultheis also hopes that as the success of the team advances. more and more North Babylon boys will become interested in this highly rewarding sport that can bring pleasure and health to the participant for the rest of his life. 7 Row, IL-Rl: Peter- , Vitale, Burger, rhery, Coach Schul- isg Bottom Row, Rl: Long, DiCia- mo, Sydlansky. is lx R af X qnnnggu YWEQQ if N -- Nw., ..1.ff: . Ni QQ' 61 S N ef ww W X XN NNW seg Xw 5 The Suffolk Countv Clrls Athletlc Assoclatlon provxdes unlfled lntramural and mterscholastlc programs for all of the county Needless to say, that IS not the only objectlve of the SCCAA More lmportant are the goals every partlclpant ln Dlrls sports can strive for From the 125 pomt Numeral right up to the most honorable 600 point Gold Key levels are set up for the glrls self satlsfactlon plus deserved recogmtlon To honor the Cold Key wmners an annual banquet IS held where a few cholce trophles are presented and the Gold Keys are glven ll!! A 1 y QM!!! J""'9a - i x K' ' A l"l in ' ' 0 D I A 5 I A . , . . . . . . . ,I s , .8 I l 2 l . -. . t, . H K ' - . . , , . . .I g . . . - 9 . -1 1 . 0' - ' . I Q . . ." . ' ' , ' ' 9 I x . , . . s - ,' . . ' A . ,' 1 . . 'f ' l ' L, ' , Q. - - I l ' X Y V ' li - . r m 4 , 4' 1 s 9 ' 0 5 l Q' N 1 C, l '. S I' GJ I W ' I W p 1963 Gold Key Winners F ,.,,.. ..., AMES BOBBETTE BOEHM ELSA LOTH NORENE McGEE JUDITH BONGIOVANNI -MARILYN MINCEY BARBARA DRAGONETTE JOANN LATSCH ANITA WELDON ELAINE POLINO IA? 1 . I M K. Hartmann, L. Michels. V N Field -1 1 .pf -,-,...il-... Barbara Wilkens KLeftl attempts to get control of the ball from K. Milazzaby use of a circular tackle I64 Hockey 'A Q ...- 'I ...- .,-..... This sport is to the girls what football is to the boys, an exhausting game, but one on which our North Baby- lon girls pride themselves. Most important is the enjoy- ment they receive and the good sportsmanship the shin- guarded. hockey-stick laden girls get from the game. ln addition. the NB. school honor team .placed second at the Playday held at Heckscher State Park. . The scores were: Q NB. vs. Central Islip l O NB. vs. Northport 2 0 NB. vs. Huntington 0 0 Thus this fall sport was a success, and with the many promising underclassmen. it will continue to be. SENIOR CLASS HONOR TEAM Hartmann, N. McGee. SOPHOMORE CLASS HONOR TEAM Bottom: S. Jennings, B. atlin, K. Wilson, K. arusona, B. Wilkens, B onkinson, K. Roberts, op: J. Jones, B. Moranl ,V . Haskel, J. Lecasqsop . Curasi, T. lDa5nUgjK,"A aher. ' ,fm ':." L I J X If '.ii71 ottom: B. Boehm, D. Ames, I. Bongiovanni, B. J. Latschg Top: A. Weldon, H. JUNIOR CLASS HONOR TEAM Bottom: R. Neumann, M. Mincey, M. Savino C. Horoszewski, B. Broderick, D. McKinnon B. Lindner, .l. Chlivinyg Top: P. Wright, P Jennings, F. Agugliaro, L. Martin, L. Hill, L. Michels, J. Daly, P. Ronca. 115' ' rliyv f fl' vk f ff.,-xp . -V ,C .jf BEST PLAYER 1 ANITA WELDON I 65 KAREN HA-RTM-xxx SCHOOL HONOR TEAM: Left: .l. Latsch, A. Weldon, K. Hartmann, B. Boehm, J. BEFT PLAN ER Right: C. Horozewski, L. Michels, E. Loth, F. Culotta. Volleyball lt is easy to acquire enough playing ability to enjoy volleyball, and many girls go out for this game during the school year. However, it takes much more time and practice to become proficient enough to be a part of an honor team. Intense practice on the part of our N.B. girls prepared them for the inter-scholastic meets. At these meets the girls were completely victorious. However, the playday held at Port Jefferson proved to be something of a disappointment. The let- down occurred after heating Brentwood and Sachem, for they were on the losing side of the records against West Islip. The scores were: N.B. vs. Brentwood N.B. vs. Sachem N.B. vs. West Islip 15- 0 15- 3 7 12 15- 1 15- 2 4- 6 l l l l i A I Carol Horoszewski spikes it back. 4 and . . . Karen Hartman jumps to slam the ball . . . SENIOR CLASS HONOR TEAM fTopJ: R. Wheeler, L. Motisi, B. Boehm, N. McGee, H. Brooks, D. Ames, A. Weldon K. Hartmann, F. Culotta. T JUNIOR CLASS HONOR TEAM KMirldlel: M. Savino, P. Jennihgs, M. Mincey, M. Rizzo, J. Chliviny, D. McKinnon, C Horoszewski, L. Hill, J. Daly, B. Broderick, L. Michels,AB. Lindlner. SOPHOMORE CLASS HONOR TEAM fllottolgl: K. Wiisolr, L,.'Andersen, J. LoCastro, B. Zatlin, P. Fisher, G. Martin, B. Wllkens, B. Wendeburg, T. Dauler, A. Daher, J. Jones. 4 U K V ' INTRA-MURALS-IL-Rl First Row: B. Tonkinson, L. Briglio, J. James, S. Sims, K. Prin, L. Anderson, S. Jennings, Fischer, G. Martin, P. Fisher, M. Rizzo, B. Wilkensg Second Row: P. Traudt, L. Klein, J. Jaffe, M. Pecora, R. Leibman G. Stengele, P. Bell, J. Figueroa, Third Row: L. Doule, E. Campbell, V. Schaefer, P. Benet, L. Oches, K. Vittery, L. Milazzo, P. Wright, E. Nodell, S. Finnegang Fourth Row: K. Wilson, K. Roberts, P. Heany, P. Ronca, M. Mincey, S. Vardon, J. Stein, S. Predmore, B. Quinng Fifth Row: M. Savino, J. Latsch, R. Haskel. E .. E 5 E E 4 . - . I'- lllll x--u t .lla ll.. l68 Basketball Because of changes in the rule-books of girls' basketball, the becoming as vigorous and demanding as the boys' version. Last dribble was increased, allowing greater distances to be covered player. This year, however, the most progressive alteration was game i year tht by eacl initiate4 -roving players! Each team is allowed to have four players at a timi on half of the court. This replaces the former setup of three set forward and three set guards. Confusion can easily arise during playing tim concerning who will rove and who wonlt. The way the N.B. girls hav solved this dilemma is to assign two rovers before each game. who is a rover must be adept at sinking the shots and playing de Anyon fensively and must possess a great deal of endurance. The N.B. girls showed thei approval of the "new" game even at the start of the season when the easily defeated West Islip in two consecutive games. Much ability wa exhibited throughout the entire season, and it seems our girls ar with results of playing under revised rules. The girls focus their attention on Bliss Mullin as she gixes them a few pointers. e please .nxt , . . , x 7 At . ' Xi 1 ffl X 'NA N xv A X, rn V l 5 .ffxlfix A , x . 4" X . '-z K . X ,l.i"l ' 'uf Q , l "i T , l-1 X 'V , YY" ,K t 26 W 2, , . . . , W... , n W n t Af, I 5 I 'i' lui , ,. .1 "X" 'M , 1 . X rr Girls! First Row: N. McGee, .l. Bongiovanni, B. Boehm, D. Ames, L. Hill, C. Horoszewski, E. King, B. Dragonetteg ond Row: B. Wendeburg, K. Carusona, .l. LoCastro, C. Lombardi, D. Curasi, V. Holmes, A. Weldon, B. Zatling rd Rout E. Moran. D. McKinnon, B. Lindner, B. LaPlant, E. Henry, H. Brooks, K. Hartmann, L. Michels, B. Brod- rick, nh Row: R. Gnercio, .l. Schweithelm, M. Regan, C. Minstrel, .l. Wheeler, D. Pikula, F. Culotta, .l. Daly, h Row: .l. .lone-s. A. Daher, T. Dauler, L. Martin, P. Jennings, R. Neuman. It's a lay-up shot . . . plenty of action . . . but where is the ball? Lorraine Michels lets her teammate, A. Weldon do the tieing against Henrietta Brooks' opposition N the rin AP P!-xwxrus Fran Culotta swings from Anita Weldon practices on the "uneven" parallel bars while spotters watch closely. INTRA-MURALS-KL-Rl First Row: P. Fisher, B. Dragonette, R. Neuman, J. Stein, C. Horoszewski, B. Wilkens, F. Culotta, M. Regan, M. Savinog Second Row: M. Rizzo, E. HenrY, J. Chliviny, S. Predmore, P. Quinn, B. LaPlante, J. Schweithelm, K. Carusona, E. King, C. Minstrelg Third Row: K. Prin, S. Morris, D. McKinnon, B. Lindner, P. Bennett, P. Jennings, S. Jennings, C. Lombardi, M. Mincey, J. Daly, J. Jones: Fourth Row: L. Martin, R. Leibman, R. Leibman, G. Stengele, B. Broderick, K. Hartman, A. Weldon, P. Ronca, H. l70 Brooks, S. Vardon, A. Daher. vove: Karen Hartmann displays her usual graceful form on the mpoline. Right: lon the horsej Marilyn Mincey, spotted by .loan Schweithelm and Henrietta Brooks, demonstrates a head stand fit for any camera's eye. LI L 1 fit My N - s l v Aches and pains were a part of this year's gymnastics program, but soon after the seasonis start, the girls strengthened and coordinated themselves for the tumb- ling and apparatus work. New additions to the equipment presented even more variety to the specific area the girls could concentrate on. Two main pieces were the Uneven Parallel Bars and the Balance Beam. Coordina- tion and agility are especially needed when on the bars. To be successful on the beam, one must be fearless yet cautious since anyone performing on it is 5 feet above the ground, and the beam is only 4 inches wide. "Free exercisei' was an attraction to many girls. It is a combination ballet-tumbling routine, and to add to the difficulty, it is usually executed in harmony with music. Preparing the body, gaining confidence, and practicing gymnastic work is not easy, but the self satisfaction of being able to perform gracefully and the fun in doing so is worth it all. fffgsjyv' Barbara Dragonette Norene Nlcflee Janice Chliriny The girls are tumbling . . . that is what mats are for! l7I Karen Hartmann belts another out as Lorraine Michels. rounds third heading for home. Handicapped by the loss of graduates, this years' girls' softball team did not bat their way to victory in interscholastic games. The records show four losses and one win. Nevertheless useful team coop- eration on the field and individual batting skill developed, and a successful Honor Team was pro- duced. At Playday competition, the N.B. Honor Team earned third place. Spirit and determination were f exhibited by all. The girls beat West Babylon and x Lindenhurst, but they lost to South Huntington. 4 However, a winninv son f r C, sea o next year has been 3 promised by the team. INTRA-MURAL TEAM Z 7 'r A Merry Rizzo, Marsha Kali, and a smiling Sue Mor look on during an interscholastic game. ' At the springtime Sports Day held at Huntingtt High School, no strikes were spared by Jean Lei owitz as she bowled her way to first place in a fie of top-notch competitors. "You can't win 'em all but N.B. came as close as it could with many se ond-place winners. , Representing our school in tennis were Elsa La in singles, and Elaine Polino and Laura Chassy. doubles. In badminton the 6'loner" was Karl Hartmann, and doubles players were E. Babb at Marilyn Mincey. A long softball throw of 185 fe brought a 2nd place ribbon for Marshal Kall. l SCHOOL HONOR TEAM l I Kneeling L-Rl: H. Brooks, J. Roscigno, M. Kall, K. Hartmann, IL-RJ Bottom Row: B. Lindner, J. Roscigno, M. Kall, K. Hart- E, Babb, B. Broderick, M. Brunkhurst, M. Rizzo, fStanding2: mann, E. Babb, M. Brunkhurst, J. Dalyg Top Row: S. Morris, - M. Mincey, L. Chassy, A. Weldon, L. Michels. giovanni, M. Ott, L. Chassy, B. Dolny, E. King, L. Hill, D. L. Cordes, J. Daly, M. Mincey, S. Morris, B. Lindner, J. Bon Ames, A. Weldon, C. Horozewski, L. Michels, M. Savino. l72 FJPC-UHQHUZ Tennis IL-RQ: L. Cliassy, M. Ott, J. Chliviny, J. Latsch, B. Boehm, E. Polino, E. Lothg Absent: N. McGee. Ping-Pong: Judy Bongiovanni awaits a soft Bowling: L. Martin figures out her bowling return from JoAnn Latsch. average as J. Leihowitz, L. Hill, and E. King watch. I L. i ,,, , On target? Ready . . . Aim . . KL-Rl M. Cottler, C. Ovens, C. Kelly, N. i 1 G. Kelly, J. glpod, W W Nl UU N ,A Y 4gwLC0MEyXEf 5 S x s X i f W L.-3 v-ak, MR. JOSEPH FISCHER, Science Y MRS. JACQUELINE BREWER, Art PENS. TO SCHOOL SHOPPING AT KENNEL A SWEATERS, JACKETS, FOLDERS. PAPER AND VALISES ,X J' .V J f ff' ww-" ' , 1. ,Lf rx ,Q , C 1' ' MIL , . ,, K jf" Q U S F2 1 ,Pg Y J '- " Li 'jf 1 GFA-!Lf? J 1 1 J Patrons Virginia Cl1ris'l'ensen S+udio of Dance Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Langfeldl' Curreri 8K SONS' Inc. Mr. and Mrs. R. La+scl1 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Maguire Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Dillon McDonagl'1s Milk Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Haughey Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Meyer Mr. and Mrs. W. Heidinger Manairs Meal' Marker Miss Jacquelyn Horey Manalcers Mr. and Mrs. Pa-lriclc Kirwan Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Morgenweclc Dr. Allen S. Kramer and Dr' Wllllam Slelbel Dr. and Mrs. Allen Vershel Mr. Donald Z. Kuczlcowski Vi,-ginia'5 Beaufy Salon Success to ur enior Class if 1' S7 'iffy I L X ,rf f ' ig Y If , I A' , F -- K .fix lv Q I I fa-f " ', 1 Q - ,. - I A M-f A -L-' I ' D a7?,.1f,,, h R 2- -1--'f-N If - .. W - I-fri" 'R "TRW V U 1- X 'x 17 from 'Z-She Q R 9 1 o g I , PRESIDENT -SECRETARY elsa Ioth nancy scoca VICE PRESIDENT TREASURER robert quintero robert cassidy FACULTY ADVISORS miss b. thornhill mr. r. vanslette I77 Kuri Anderson Mr. and Mrs. R. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. V..Arone Dr. Joseph Berman Mr. and Mrs. Pasquale Bernardo Mr. and Mrs. Pefer J. Brennan Donors Mr. and Mrs. F. Cavallary and Family Mr. and Mrs. Charles Conway Coun'ry Lumber Co. Pairicia K. DeCasper Mr. and Mr.. R. Dickey Belmon+ Rexall Drugs Mr. and Mrs. John Easher Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Edholm Miss Carol Esposiio Mr. and Mrs. J. Esposiio Food Shoppe Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gillis Mr. and Mrs. John A. Heine James O. and B. J. Humes Jade Palace JeanneHe and Tony, Bernadeffe Mr. Kaplan Mr. and Mrs. A. Karier Mr. and Mrs. Vinceni Kross and Bob Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuczlcowslci Miss Vic+oria Kuzlrowslci Mr. and Mrs. Benily LaMon+agne Mr. and Mrs. Edward LeVanda Lou's Service Sl'a+ion Mrs. Marlha McMalcin Mr. and Mrs. P. Marsh Margueriie Micciche Aun'l' Gussie Moelius Miss Eleanor Mullin Mr. and Mrs. James Nolan Norih Babylon Florisis Mr. and Mrs. D. Norion Oscar's Bakery Parlc Chemisfs Proci+a Pharmacy C. M. Ross S. 8: D. Crown Service Siaiion Mr. and Mrs. R. Seebeck Sou+h Shore Foor Marlrei' Mr. and Mrs. James Sullivan Miss Marie E. Weber Miss Mary Ann Woycichowslcy Mr. and Mrs. Maihias J. Zimmerman Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Zimmerly MQW WW . I I I I JEWELRY'S FINEST CRAFTSMEN . . PEN 8: PENCIL BUILDING WlIIlam H. Fox Main Shed Porf Jefferson, New York HR 3-3344 Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs E. Aloboll Aclrley . Richard L. Allen and Mrs. E. Andrews Angelo Mea'l Marlrei Angie's Beauiy Salon Arr Home Supply Mrs. Samuel Ba bb Babylon Sporl' Cenler Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Barlh Henry Bah Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Beecher Mr. and Mrs. D. Bergman Belly and Jessie Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. Blair and Mrs. Roberi Blair and Mrs. John L. Bloysome and Mrs. Andrew Boccanfuso and Mrs. Thomas Bonanno and Mrs. H. Bowman Mrs. Helen Briri James V. BriH' Thomas A. Briil' R. Bryani Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bruce Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burnell Mr. and Mrs. Buschlruhl Mr. and Mrs. Candler Mr. and Mrs. John Capuio and Family Edna Carbone Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carusona Mr. and Mrs. E. Chivchiolo Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cholhin Rhea Chollrin Mr. and Mrs. Arlhur Civardi Mr. and Mrs. M. Conaughlon Mr. and Mrs. Conlin Mr. and Mrs. Claude Coomes Mr. and Mrs. H. Cooper Miss Mary Joan Copia Mrs. Leila Copple Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cox and Mrs. Cunningham Peier Curcio Dan Dalpiaz Mr. Mr. Mr. Lou Mis Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Vicior Damalo and Mrs. Henry Davino and Mrs. DeNigris ise Devine s Marion Dielcmann and Mrs. M. Dielzrnann and Mrs. J, DiFalco Raymond F. Dillon l80 BOOSTE RS Mrs. Frank Dipaola Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Disfefano and Family Mr. and Mrs. Kenne-lh W. Doberl' Mrs. Virginia Doughfy Mr. and Mrs. James Doyle Mrs. John Doyle and Family Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A Doyle Mr. and Mrs. C. Drasser Mr. and Mrs. Paul Drummond Jr. Mr. and Mrs William Eddy Dr. and Mrs. John G. Egner Mr. and Mrs. Warren Eichele The Embers Miss Carol Erilrsson Mr. and Mrs. Karl Erilrsson Glyn H. Evans Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Farrell Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Fiero Mr. and Mrs. Fleming Erna Flicl: Franlr's Meal' Marlrel' The Freisem's Friendly Franlr's Barber Shop Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Foran Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fox Mr. and Mrs. Richard Franlr Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Fryer Mr. and Mrs. Richard Freyer Viia L. Giacona Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Giallanza Mr. and Mrs. S. Golden Mr. and Mrs. Marry Goirlieb Mr. and Mrs. R. Gaugh A. Granouskis Mr. and Mrs. A. Grasse Miss Audrey Grieg Mr. and Mrs. John J. Grimes Mr. and Mrs. Roberl Grosser Bill Haegele Mrs. Jerry S. Hardison Mrs. Jessie Harl' Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Harly The Hashells Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hassan Mr. and Mrs. Roberf Heine and Family Charles Heiser Helen Helsel Mr. and Mrs. H. Hermanns Gayle lnzerillo Howard Keough Irish Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jacobs Henry Jarmarh Miss Carole Jensen Eileen F. Karier Lynn Karier James Keough Kennedy Margarel' Keough Mr. and Mrs. Klein Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kuhn John and Gary Kuhn Miss Donna LaBes Mr. and Mrs. Paul Langona Mr. and Mrs. D. Lannon Mr. and Mrs. D Lannon Belly La Planle Andrew Larsen Jo Ann Lalsch Mr. and Mrs. Paul Laurenl' Mrs. Ann Lavan Thomas L. Lavan Mr. and Mrs. Leibowilz Faye Levin Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lowe Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Luclmer Bernard C. Maguire Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso Malleso Mrs. Mann Elizabelh Marsh Margarel' Marsh Mary Marsh Mr. and Mrs. Philip Marsh Jr. Roberl Marsh Mr. and Mrs. Peier Massaro Mrs. D. Maxwell Mr. and Mrs. Gerald McCarl'hy Mr. and Mrs. L. McCloskey Mr. and Mrs. James W. McKinno Mrs. Dennis McQueenie Mr. Fred T. Merlz Wayne Middleion Milre and Janice Joseph D. Miflnighf Miss Edna Moller Mr. and Mrs. Warren Morch Mr. and Mrs. James Morrow Janef and Jimmy Morrow Mr. and Mrs. E. Muller Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nesfor Gerrie and Kevin Nolan Miss Lorefla Nolan Mr. and Mrs. James O'Neill Mr. and Mrs. Pandpoulas Dr. Irving W. Parhhursl' Mrs. Irving W. Parhhursl Park Lane Luncheonelfe Mr. and Mrs. W. Raser and Fam Mr. and Mrs. J. Paxion Congratulations to Our Senior Class From +l1e SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Principal: Presiclenlz Vice Presiclenl: Vice President Corr. Secreiaryz Rec. Secrelary: Treasurer: Hislorian: Council Del.: Pasl Presidenl: P.T.A. Palriclc Kirwan Kalherine Preslon Claude Coomes lnge Coomes Rul'l1 Regan Margarel' Ovens L. Slephan Russman Julia Fuller Margarel Heidinger Kalherine Preslon Pick and Pac T. H. Picker Mr. and Mrs. Reiss Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Revere Roberl' Robbins Mrs. Anneiie Rizzo Raymond Rodecker Mr. and Mrs. John Roehre Rosemarie and Henry Mrs. Mary Russo Gerri Rzepa Mr. and Mrs. George Saks Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Salemi Mr. and Mrs. Salven Mr. Sands Mr. and Mrs. Walfer A. Saxion Miss Caroline Schick Mr. and Mrs. D. Schimmel Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schulze Mr. and Mrs. Gus Schulze H. Seidel Family Mr. and Mrs. Harold Silips BUOSTE RS E. J. Simoneffi Mr. and Mrs. Herberi' Sixien Mr. and Mrs. Slawson Barbara Smifh Mrs. Julie Smirh Solomon Snyder, D.D.S. Mrs. B. Spence Mr. and Mrs. Fredereck Sfoiber Daniel Stone Mrs. Laura Sfory Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sforch and Family Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sfrauch Philip Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Frank Swede Sunsei French Cleaners Barbara Thornhill Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tomford Town and Couniry Hairdressers A. Trceina Twin Couniy Cui Rare J. Underhill Mrs. M. VanSchaick Mr. R. Vansleffe Mr. and Mrs. George Velisek Mr. and Mrs. Vouris Wash o Mai Sunsel' Cify Wayne and Karen Mr. and Mrs. Wendeburg Pele Wenk Mrs. Eugene Wesnofske Mr. and Mrs. George Wheeler Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Whife Agnes and Warren Williams Mr. and Mrs. George Winkler Mr. and Mrs. A. Wirih Mr. and Mrs. Wieniewski and Family Mrs. Wolff Mr. and Mrs. William Wrighl' Mr. and Mrs. Bing Zachry Mr. and Mrs. H. Zachry Zito Wesi' Babylon Food Cenier Mrs. Edifh Zoffinger l82 COMPLIMENTS OF WILLIAM O. ROBERTS Phofogra phy BY ROBERT A. FALLER Locusf Valley ORiole 6-0373 New Yorlc Family Porhaifs - Bridal Albums ln Nalural Color or Black ancl While MO 9-0994 DlCK'S SlMON'S DELICATESSEN MEN'S SHOP Formal Wear lo Hire Special Prom Rai es l24 Deer Park Avenue BABYLON, N. Y. FOR CATERING AND HOMEMADE SALADS MOhawk I -OI 66 777 Deer Park Avenue Norlh Babylon, N. Y. CLASS OF '63 We, Your Teachers. Are Proud of You Go Forward - Be a Credii' +o Your Home, School, Counfry NORTH BABYLON TEACHERS' ORGANIZATION An Organizafion Dedicaied 'ro 'The Advancemeni' of +he Teaching Profession - CA PIT - CARYI Congrafulahons k I1 g 1' B?-Wk 5 'ZSESEM nII0':'.CA!? A232 g ?:'i?.EI!.I-illlljllll. - -0194111440 1-0 E L--L L.1gI,:.L: IQJIA.:-' E.4g2g.g'Z,1.i:' 3 ' as m f . Z " JJ! I fhe Class Il 1 W ,IZT5-QE """.. ,64 If Irzllm gI,gglf """' Jg I IIIIw'II.IIII f I I -5- f 1 glllllqllllf' .7"'.1.7Z.lL 'LII f f LA.-CU AL... ' 1.7 AINFI Inf. I Id ' r A Al: ...' f' L"7'i' 1:.:.1f'E " if zrf v ' ..:.,""'T3..1:r1 "', I -N i From fhe ---A -- ---- BUSINESS DEPARTMENT oven 15 'YEARS OF CUSTOM INSTALLATION CARPETS 0 LINOLEUM 0 TILE so w-EST MAIN ST,, BABYLON ' Mo I-2446 I 1 1 I 1 For One Sfop Shopping COLETTE BRIDAL 81 FASHICN Bridal Specialisr Dress Designer Prom ancI Pariy Dress B 40 Deer Park Ave. BABYLON Sunsei Cify Shopping Cenier Specializing in Mimosa Trees Qualiiy Nursery Siock MO 7-5I22 THE STABLES GARDEN CENTER, INC. Opposi+e Sunsei' Shopping Cenier lI4I Deer Park Avenue, Norfh Babylon I , I ,I I 5 For Your Convenience 6 MOhawlc 9-4200 or 9-0625 Taxi Service Any Time - Anywhere BABYLON VETERANS TAXI, INC. Associaled Willa Babylon Radio Taxi I6 Railroad Avenue MOhawk 7-8024 BABYLON GLAS-S WORKS. INC. DEER PARK GLASS WORKS. INC. ARDITO BUSINESS MACHINE CO. 81 OFFICE EQUIPMENT Typewrilers Sale - Services - Renlals Adding Machines - Full Line of Olympia Typewrilers SI'ore Fron+s Mirrors Table Tops Aulo Glass Glazing PIa+e elm TV 4-5033 CFFICE SUPP'-IES 3I0 E. Monlaulr ,ash 626 LONG ISLAND AVE. Highway El-El Bel. Wesl' 9I'h and l0Ih Sis. Lindenhursl, N. Y. v Deer Park, N. Y. 2' BABYLON RECREATION SHOP 26 Railroad Avenue, Babylon, N. Y. 4l0 SUUFISS HIQIIWPY BabYI9n Records - Chemislry Supplies ADKEL REALTY CORP. Inshumenls - Hobbes Guaranleed Sales Plan - Sell Fasf MO 94539 Top Price - All Cash MO 9-8008 I Q Compllmenis of Phone MOl1awlc 9 0I24 1 W' Housewares - Plumbing - Gass Devoe and Adelphi Painis Keyser S l:lOWGI'S, ll'lC . : - 65- Ms? Qs KRoss HARDWARE 5 I I N - - T a lim Elecirical Supplies 989 LiHle Easf Necl: Rd. Wesl Babylon, N. Y. EST. I 898 Gusfave Scl1miH', Jr. 370 Parlc Ave. Pres. Babylon, N. Y Complimenis of Complimenis DONOHUE gf TRAVEL BUREAU MR. AND MRS. 9 Railroad Avenue Babylon, New Yorlr MO I-0500 MO I-6262 MILFORD T. SCHULTHEIS Complimenfs of SUNSET LANES Ill2 Deer Parlc Ave. MO 7-2436 HOME OF NORTH BABYLON BOWLING CHAMPIONS OF SUFFOLK COUNTY Complimenis of BUTTERCREST BAKE SHOP Soulh Gale Shopping Cenler Sunrise Highway Wesl' Islip, L. I. MOhawIz 9-9592 MOhawI: 9-4932 Telegraph Service THE ALLEN FLORIST SHOP JAH N'S RESTAURANT Fabulous Ice Cream Specialiies Cafering on or off Premises Flowers for All Occasion Private Party Room Sunrise Highway, Wesl' Islip ALLEN SCHOENSTER I30 Deer Park Ave. BABYLON, N. Y. METERED FUEL DELIVERIES Masler Fuel Oil Co., Inc. I' u ,Q ia m ' Sl' OIL BURNERS SALES AND SERVICE "You've Tried 'rhe Resl, Beauty School Now nyihe Besw- of MOhawIc I-2580 BAY SHORE, N. Y. MOhawlr 5-7668 HUNTINGTON, N. Y. HAmiI'I'on 7-7668 SMITHTOWN. N. Y. ANc.Irews 5-7668 4. I88 I4I John Slreel' Babylon, N. Y. MOhawIc I-6I I2 Barber for Men and Women MARTIN'S BARBER SHOP Opposile N. Babylon School Main Bldg MARTIN PASSEGGIATA 78I Deer Parlc Ave., N. Babylon, N. Y. JOSEPH JEWELERS eAeLo PAINTS Mo 1.1477 BENN.MOORE PAINTS Free Delivery DIAMONDS ' WATCHES ' JEWELRY BABYLON HARDWARE I289 Deer Park Ave. Nor+I1 Babylon, N. Y. TORO MOWERS WELL AND PUMP SUPPLIES SCOTT SEEDS WELLS DRIVEN I52 Deer Park Avenue Babylon, L.I., N. Y. MOhawk 9-3444 MOhawk 9-8840 Air-Condifioned Free Parking KING FONG Resfauranf and Cocldail Lounge ORDERS TO TAKE OUT The Greal' Souilm Bay Shopping Cen'I'er I035 Monfawk Hwy., Babylon, N. Y. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '63 THOMAS A. AGUGLIARO RUSSELL R. DOLAN AGENCY For ALL Your Insurance Needs MOhawIc 9-9679 MOhawIc 9-969I ROSE 8: GENE'S LUNCHEONETTE I058 Li'H'le Easf Neck Rd. Mghawl, 7,2450 PROMPT SERVICE HOME DELIVERY AA BABYLON BEER DIST. CORP. AA ICE 8e CUBE VENDING All Kinds of Beer and Soda I28I Deer Parlc Ave. Weil BGBYIOH- L- I-- N-Y- ANTHONY PACCIONE No. Babylon, L. I., N. Y. l89 Charter Buses for Sightseeing ar Picnics - Bq INTER COUNT' INCOR 243 Deer Park Avenu MOhawk 9-0309 Deluxe Modern Coache 1 clucational Trips - Conventions umes - Church Groups 1OTOR COACH JRATED pbylon, New York Mohawk I-6363 Reclining Seais , l9l SUNSET FRENCH CLEANERS I- HR. SERVICE Sunsel' Cily Shopping Cenler II44 Deer Parlc Ave. NorI'h Babylon, N. Y. JUniper 6-9863 I AUTHORIZED GAS REP. Lic. Plumber No. 9783 I A. E. W. 8: Healing Corp. 9I-I2 97'I'h Avenue EDWARD J. CORDES Ozone Park, N. Y. MOhawk 7-8532 Vlrginia 7-4033 RUDY'S SERVICE STATION Lubricalion Tires Ba'Heries Accessories 768 Deer Parlc Ave. Babylon, N. Y. UNUC MOhawI: 9-9776 Besl Wishes - WENDELL - Repairs ancl Paris on All Makes VACUUM CLEANER AND SEWING CENTER I I48 Deer Parlr Ave. Norfh Babylon Sunsel' Ci'I'y Shopping Cenfer MOhawIc 7-3000 DIECKHOEF REALW, INC. DEER PARK A G. nf. . Q wg. R IE++ -I .5i"I'S ea S E e nsufance GARDEN CENTER A Flowers for All Occasions I "i' ' 4 You .,1.,..1,., Comges I'-'UMW AGENT Wedding Bouquels - Funeral Designs f .mul vu gm- Flower Baslcels - Cul' Flowers Q t MO 9-l900 820 Deer Park Ave. 724 Long Island Ave. N. Babylon, N. Y. Deer Parlc, N. Y. MO 7-80I7 I EMERGENCY WASHER SERVICE Dishwashers - Dryers Service - Paris AUTHORIZED BLACKSTONE Sales and Service 783 Deer Park Ave. NO. BABYLON. L. I.. N. Y. MO I -6465 MO 7-5783 JUniper 6-9809 OREGON SERVICE STATION Complefe Aufomoiive Service Official Inspeciion Sfaiion Deer Park Ave. and Commacl: Rd. NO. BABYLON. N. Y. JOE CALDWELL. Prop. Repair, by ANTHONY GERBINO MO I-4494 . I .3 Fw ibtfdmfcoi A f' c 5 j e BEAUTY SALON -in Ii'. r.. A 235 Deer Park Ave. 1 Q, ssbynm., N. Y. if-T' ,- Closed Wednesday fi MOhawk 9-87 I4 village fabrics, inc. 7 Wes'I' Main Sfreef Babylon, New York i' 1 l 1 l D sums: vii JMC 59 TRACY STATION ERS Your Local Headquariers 'For School Supplies Regenls Review Books Qualify Paperback Books GREAT SOUTH BAY SHOPPING CENTER Besi' Wishes I'o I'he Class of '63 SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL HISTORY DEPARTMENT I93 GOOD LUCK to the Class of I963 Compliments of PARKDALE CIVIC ASSOCIATION INC. f:E3 Q1 .4 3 I 2, Q of ,. 9 Aqoafv, Baan! nz' EC I94 1 COMPLIMENTS OF North Babylon Republican Club VINCENT FORCILLO, President' PAUL DeGEORGE, Vice Presidenl' AGNES ECKERSON, Treasurer WILLIE WARD, Recording Secrefary BETTY CONWAY, Corresponding Secrelary CYNTHIA FRANKLIN, Finance Secretary YY SECURITY FOR "'V.I.P.'s! Very Important Papers, jewelry, valu. ables, are easily lost...misplaced. The secure place for your irreplaceable p sess s is a sale deposit b th It lSecurity. The t ry l A k bout one tod y. o THERE'S AN FFICE NEAR YOU IN NASSAU OR SUFFOLK COUNTY BANK OF LONG ISLAND ..l...l. Q, .... lm... WW ...5u...u w.m..,.s. PEG'S PLACE Luncl1eone'He and Sfafionery I263 Deer Parlr Ave. JU 6-9892 Breyer's Ice Cream te.. '5 .aa D rin 'rg It Y f J i Q- -" f V1 1' mv:-in anim sam uunnems JUniper 6-9723 I3b5 Deer Park Ave. North Babylon, L. I., N. Y. Complimenls of LUCRETIA'S BEAUTY SALON Spellman Professional Cen'l'er I350 Deer Parl: Ave. N. Babylon, N. Y. MO 7-7045 Bus. Mo 9-I I47 Res. Mo 9-3459 CHARLES LO VALVO. INC. Plumbing and Healing Coniracfor TOYS STATIONERY Furnace Burners Oil Burners Air Condilioners Wafer Pumps Youngslown Kiichens 775 Deer Parke Ave' Mayfag Washing Machines Norfh Babylon, N. Y. 762 Deer Parlr Ave. JACK and ANN NORTH BABYLON, N. Y. Good Luck From Your Prudenrial N. Babylon Thealer I l30 Deer Parke Ave., Norlh Babylon Many an Hour Spenl in Enjoyable Enferlainmeni Manager - LEONARD STEVENS ,A . WL WK , J , ,S U Q .UU GLM if ALJ A 5 CONGRATULATIONS NL' X ,OLFX Vt X5 m 0 , uQ W fo +he y,f1TqYv N CLASS OF 'ba X15 Ji t 'From M W QV 39 Q A KQV QL SJW I If NJN L 9? '-'UJLA Vg 4 I JK f M ww LQ ' f Q 'J Q' J QV? LV Q QW f NUM i A S U Q . 4 gfflog' fr: the CLASS OF '64 dekor lnieriors TUrner 8-8300 Sunrise Highway LINDENHURST, L. I. Congrafulafions Io 'Ihe Class of '63 from Ihe ENGLISH DEPARTMENT NEW CAR PAINT JOB BABYLON SPORTS CENTER 0 Wiih Genuine Baked Enamel u 0 Choice of Many Colors 50 Easl Mem S+' 0 Body and Fender Repairs Babylon' N' Y' Long Island's Leading Sporis Sfore Guns Fishing Tackle Spori gGo d SuHollc's Largesi' Shop 34 Railroad Ave. MOhawk I -555I THE BEST OF EVERYTHING 'Io THE GRADUATING CLASS of Nor-I'h Babylon Senior High School From ALFRED B. LEEDS A'H'orney for Nor+h Babylon School Dis'I'ric'l' BABYLON THE Congratulations and Best Wishes NORTH BABYLCN LIONS CLUB I - 5 'ei .13 I T Bo-Bo BURGERS IOOZ. Pure Beef Delicious Franlcs Hamburgers EXTRA THICK MILK SHAKES CRISPY FRENCH FRIES I0c Congraiulaiions Io I'he Class of I963 THE LUDDENS Sunrise Highway, Wesl' Islip, L. I., N. Y. Piclc-Up and Delivery MOhawIs 7-9047 TAB CLEANERS Formals for Hire Special Discounl 'For Proms I269 Deer Park Ave. Norih Babylon, L. I. HA-CHA STATIONERS 50 Deer Shore Square, JUniper 6-983i NORTH BABYLON. N. Y. Toys - Greeiing Cards - School Supplies Religious Arlicles Open Evenings for Your Shopping Convenience Largesf Selecfion Anywhere USE OUR LAY-A-WAY PLAN I99 our if NORTH BEE PHARMACY 4'-- ff iw-I Have Your Doctor Phone Your D EP E N D A B L E Prescription DR UGG NST VITAMINS - cosmerlcs Prompt Free Delivery Service 769 Deer Parlc Ave. N. Babylon, L. I. 9-0755 ROCKY GRAZlANO'S VIKING LAN ES I24l Deer Parlr Ave., N. B. 40 of the Most Modern Equipped Bowling Alleys in the World MO 7-247 I BANK OF BABYLON Your Community Bank With Complete Facilities In BABYLON NORTH BABYLON DEER PARK WEST ISLIP BRIGHTWATERS Mo 9-3600 MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 200 Best Wishes to the Class of I963 from the CLASS OF 1965 President JIM Di CAMILLO Vice Presidenf: JOHN Di CAMILLO Secretary: GINGER CAMPOLUNGO Treasurer: MICHAEL ROBILOTTO S. A. Represenfafivez JOANNE Lo CASTRO C 'I' I I' I ongra u a 'ons 0 Complimenrs of 'he Gm of '963 SAMUEL SHAVER, MD. EDWARD F. LANIGAN, MD. Norfh Babylon, New York Norfh Babylon, New York Complimenrs of Beg' Wishes fo WEEKS NORTH clvlc: me Class of 63 ASSOCIATION INC VINCENT BAYARRI. MD. N hs bl ' ' Nor+I1 Babylon, New York on a Yon .2125 :Q:2 . W for the Next Bug Event 'I" 9 F in Your Life O ., 53 Q at the B lst SUNRISE FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK II34 Deer Park Ave. Sunsef Ciry Shopping Cenrer Norrh Babylon, New York MAIN OFFICE: Farmingdale MEMBER OF BRANCH OFFICE: Plainview FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP 202 i 6 KNQWN 20 DEER SHORE SQUARE SERVING THRIFTY AMERICAN 'A' FAMILIES FOR OVER 50 YEARS Congrafulalions lo THE CLASS OF '63 from 'llie Deer Pork Avenue Junior High School Student Council Presidenl - CAROL SCHWEITHELM Vice-Pres. - ELEANOR STONE Secrelary - FLORENCE RUSSO Treasurer - FRANK ROBILOTTO Advisor - MR. GLEASON l is MOl1dWk 7-77 I 0 ELEGANT INTERIORS, INC. - CUSTOM MADE - Slipcovers - Draperies - Upholsfering Sunsei Ci+y Shopping Cenfer I I46 Deer Parlr Ave. Norfh Babylon. L. I. Paris and Service MO 7-2000 NORTH BABYLON FOREIGN CAR SERVICE Repairs on All Foreign and Domesiic Cars I275 Deer Park Ave. NORTH BABYLON. N. Y. Complimenfs of SCHAEFER BAKERY 80 Deer Park Ave. Babylon, N. Y. JUniper 6-9858 Calering for All Occasions TOWNE HOUSE DELICATESSEN Home-Cooking lmporfed Delicacies Gourmei Specialfies 58 Deer Shore Square lNex+ +9 A8rPl N. BABYLON, N. Y. , t-e'-'-5,1 , X x You've reached a milestone, achieved a major goal! And, everyone at Suffolk County Federal congratulates you on your success. Your future is just opening before you-college, a career, service...Later, marriage, children, a home. 'i-' It is the future, your future, that we at Suffolk County Federal care about, how we can be of assistance. A savings program, -. -1 started now, will go a long way in making your future goals attainable. Later, when Is you're ready for a home of your own, Suffolk -,,-li, County Federal will be at hand to make that dream come true, too. ' Yes, the world is your oyster . . . Suffolk l County Federal can play a part in L'-ll keeping it that way. mf .. V , 'BABYLON imain offical, H0 W. sMain St. lAnlghawk5953ggg - .. s f SMITHTOWN, 1 West ain treet l rew - . 'fff CENTEREACH, Jericho Turnpike l JUniper 8-9200 We-1 A ' " EvFNlNG HOURS: Mon. 5 PM-8 PM - 'Babylon Extra: Fri. 5 PM- 8 PM 1 I The School Lunch Staffs "Best wishes" ot Belmont School Deer Park Ave. School Phelps Lane School Weeks Road School Authorized Sales Agent Woods Road School Belmont Lalce Junior High Deer Park Ave. Junior-Senior High Parliament Place School Underwood - Olivem Sales - Service Rentals - Portables CONGRATULATE l957 Deer Park Ave., Deer Parl: THE CLASS OF I963 MO 7-2424 Congratulations to the CLASS OF I963 From the NORTH BABYLON COUNCIL OF PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATIONS ogld NAL Q01 m MO 7-7988 I30I Deer Park Ave. Corner of Commaclc Rd. I Complimenfs of EASTERN CAMERA EXCHANGE I8 Deer Parlr Ave. PARK LANE LUNCHEONETTE Babylon, N. Y. 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Scarangella and Sons 309 Walker Srreel' MO 9-2002 207 We, the Class of '63, wish all succeeding classes and also our members as bright and rewarding a future as our past has been. xf 'W X Abbott, Susan 92 Abrams, Dorothy 103 Abrams, Marsha 103 Ackerly, Gary 103 Ackerly, James 103 Acosta, Evengeline 103 Adanosky, Margie Adragna, Marguerite 103, 108 Agugliaro, Francine 92, 108, 165 Ahrens, Patricia 92 Ainslie, Susan 92 Alagna, Arlene Albamonte, George 92 Albergo, Leonard 103 Albrecht, Janice 42, 64, 132, 128, 135 Allessi, Maria 92, 115, 135 Allison, Leighton 125, 128 Almeida, Leon 103 Alonge, Paul 92 Alpi, Carol Amato, Joanne 103, 129 Amato, Richard 92, 113 Ames, Dorothy 42, 165, 167, 168, 172, 163, 116, 135 Anastasia, Annette 103 Anastasion, Nick 92 Anastasio, Tony 42, 55 Andersen, Linda 103, 167, 168 Anderson, Kurt Anderson, Robert 103-Soph. Anderson, Robert 92, 160-Jr. Anderson, Paul 103 Andrews, Dana 42 Andrews, Joseph 103 Anthony, Rickey 92 Archer, Linda 103 Arena, Nick 92 Armyn, Daniel 92 Aronica, John 92, 27 Artaserse, Theresa 42, 127, 126, 128 Artino, Benedette 92 Ashley, Greg 103 Attison, George 92 August, Lorraine 103 Avedisian, Melkon 103, 147, 130 Ayvas, John 42 Baker, Jack 103, 140, 151 Bannard, Marie 92 Barbers, Gloria 103 Barbour, Florence 76, 92 Barbour, Patricia 103 Barlow, Rosie 103 Barnes, Judi 43 Barry, Barbara 92, 137, 118 Bartow, Jeff 92 Basso, Patricia 103 Basso, Richard 43 Bassuk, Elaine 43 Battaglia, Anthony 31, 92 Bates, Theodore 92, 130 Baxter, Harold 43 Beck, Patrick 103, 145 Beckerman, Sharon 95 Beckwith, Bernie 103 Beecher, Kathleen Behlmer, Gary 104 Bell, Phyllis 104, 168, 121 Bellissimo, Annette 43 Bennett, Harriet Bennett, Pamela 95, 170 Beresford, Mary 43, 76, 108, 127, 119 Beringer, Mike 104 Bernardo, Paul 43, 159, 149 Bemero, Mary Ann 95, 124 Bernquist, llene 104, 118, 129 Berry, Alden 104, 145 Bertman, Helena 95 Biggio, John 104 Black, Robert 104 Blackington, Arlene 43, 137 Blanchard, James 43 Blanchard, Susan 104, 135 Blasi, Loretta 95 Blaskopf, Willard 95, 108, 109 Blowes, Marylynn 44, 111, 119 Bluemke, Alan ock, Charlotte 44 odt, Lawerence 95 Index 0 tuclents 117, 128, Bordies, Patricia 95 Borello, Patrick 95 Borg, Carol 44, 58, 125, 126, 129, 128 Borg, Clifford 104, 146, 149 Bova, Larry 95 Bowen, Alice 104- Bowman, Jerry 95, 140, 156, 157 Connie, Nanette 101 Conti, John Conti, Terry 101 Conti, Ronald 93 Contino, Vinnie 47 Cook, Margaret 47, 119, 128 Cook, Patrick 101 oehm, Bobette 44, 108, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 173, 162, 135, 132, 133, 134, 163 oganski, Thomas 95, 145 ogart, Eugene ohonon, Elizabeth 104 onacum, Neil 44 onaaera, Frank 95, 110, 156, 125, 131, 130 ongiomni, Judith 44, 72, 19, 112, 113, 164, iss, 168, 169, 172, 173, 163 ongiovanni, Paul 95, 156, 157, 159, 136, 150 onny, Anne 104 oomhouwer, Jacob 95, 145, 159 orchers, Linda 104 orday, Gloria 44 Boylan, Richard Boyle, Joanne 45 Brasser, Jo Ann 95 Brekka, Jayne 104 Brennan, Jimmy 104 Brennan, William 104 Briglio, Lynn 104, 105, 168, 128, 135 Britt, Philip 95, 128 Britt, Thomas 45, 74, 79, 136, 150 Brocco, Nicholas 95, 140 Broderick, Elizabeth 95, 164, 165, 167, 169, 170, 172, 120 Broderick, John 145 Brooks, Henrietta 45, 164, 165, 167, 169, 170, 171 162, 126. 128 Brooks, LaVerne 45, 52, 172, 126, 128 Brothman, Gayle 104 Brown, Barbara 104, 118, 129 Brown, Donald 104 Brown, Judith 95 Brown, Linda Brown, Michael 95 Brown, William 101 Browne, Phyllis 101, 125, 130 Bruce, Daniel 45, 110, 117 Brud, Diane 45 Brunjes, Henry 45 Brunkhorts, Marie 95, 172 Bruno, Paul 93 Bruns, Janice 101 Buchanan, Douglas 93 Buck, Kenneth 101 Buck, Ronald 93 Bundschuh, Edward 45, 68 Burger, Elvin 45, 161 Burger, Karen 101, 129 Burgess, Sue Ann 93, 98, 137 Burke, Jane Burke, Joan Burke, Mary 46, 64, 111, 134, 133 Burns, Mike 93, 140, 159, 148, 128 Burrell, William 101 Byheny, Robert 101 Caborara, Jean 101, 130 Calhoun, Jeff 93 Calhoun, Richard 46 Calvo, Maryann 46, 83, 128 Campbell, Betty 101, 168, 118, 129, 135 Campolungo, Ginger 96, 101, 108, 124, 125 Canale, Veronica 93 Candler, Maureen 93, 27, 126 Cannata, Frank 46, 158, 159, 149 Canning, Linda 93 Cnntone, Joseph 57, 155, 154 Cantor, Roberta 93, 103 Caroleo, Louis 101 Carroll, Joanne 93, 137, 120 Carusona, Kathy 101, 165, 169, 170, 130, 135 Carusos, Dino 46 Casazza, Robert 46, 81, 140, 143, 136, 134 Case, Bernard 58, 93, 130 Casimano, Rose 101 Caaoria, Thomas 46 Cassidy, Robert 93, 108, 144, 160, 128 Castellano, Joanne 101 Castignoli, Beatrice 93 Castrianni, Victoria Cariello, Amelia 93, 101 Carter, Steve 101, 140 Cavuto, Jim 93, 108, 109 Cawley, John 101, 126 Cayea, Don 101 Celli, Mickey 101 Chadbourne, Linda 101 Chassy, Laura Sue 46, 108, 110, 112, 173, 172, 126 Chastaine, Denise 101 Chatterton, Edward 46, 83 chnviny. Janice aa, 93, ss, 164, 165, 161, 170, 171, 173. 133. 135 Chorney, Peter 93, 103, 159, 149 Christensen, Peter 47, 128 Christman, John 144, 159, 148 Chubb, Claudia 47, 137 Ciauri, Albert 101 Civardi, Peter 99, 140, 151 Clark, Bob 101, 145, 130 Clark, Roger 101 Clements, Richard 47 Clinch, Bob 101 Clothskis, Angela 101 Clyne, Linda 101, 125, 135 Cognetta, Marie 41, 50, 137. 126, 128 Coleman, Mac Colombo, Marie 101 Conaughton, Pat 101, 128 Cooke, John 93, 103, 147, 159, 128 Cooke, Ruth 47 Coomes, Chip 101 Cooper, Fay 47 Cooper, Judy 101 Corbin, Edna 47 Cordes, Edward 93, 108, 112, 113, 124, 128 Corino, Lois 93 Costello, James 91, 144, 160 Cottler, Michele 173, 135 155, 154, Cramer, Thomas 88, 91, 95, 108, 140, 143, 156, 152, 153 Creed, Barbara 91, 108, 128 Culello, Jo Ann 91 Culotta, Frances 48, 166, 167, 169, 170 Curssi, Debbie 101, 108, 129, 165, 169, 135 Curcio, Dennis 91 Cusmano, Fran Cusumano, Vita 48 Cunningham, Michael 156 Cuty, Ann Louisa 48 D'Abramo, Bruce 101 D'Avino, Anthony 91, 145 Dacey, Bill 101 Daher, Ann 101, 165, 167, 169, 170, 12 Dsher, Barbara 101, 130 Dahlhaus, Dot 91 Dahlhaus, Loretta Daige, Dennis 101 D'Alessandro, Dominick 48, 125 5, 130 Daly, JoAnn 91, 165, 167, 169, 170, 172 Daley- John 101, 144, 127 Damone, Santo 101 Danz, Barbara 91, 120 Darragh, Chacy 101, 128 Dashinsky, Alexander 91 D'Assunta, JoAnne 101 Dauler, Tena 101, 113, 165, 167, 169, Davey, lrene 91, 119 David, Gail 91, 125 Davis, Frank 91, 128 DeAnge1is, Richie 48, 140 Decker, Eloise Mae 91, 125 De De, Heather 91 Dedis, Robert Deeley, Ann 98, 101, 137 Deeley, Marie 101, 118 Deeley, Patrick 91, 144, 129 Defeo, Joseph 91, 112, 113 Defina, John 101 DeFonte, Cristine 48 Delevante, Lynn 101 Delevante, Mike 48 DeLuca, Joseph A. 48, 148, 122, 117 Deluca, Robert 91, 128 Deluca, Tony 101, 145, 152, 153 Demarcst, Frank 91, 145 De Maris, Joan 49, 118 Demato, Raymond 101 Denninger, Charles 101, 128 Denninger, John 91 Denninger, Robert M. 49 Derish, Mark 91, 131, 130 De Sale, Jimmy A. 95 DeThomas, Eugene 18, 49 DeVine, Bruce 98 DeVita, Daniel 49, 90 DeVita, Donald 49 DeVita, Pat 95, 108, 120 Desimini, Melina 98 Diaz, Michael DiCamill0, Jimmy 96, 98, 140 DiCamillo, John 96, 98 Dickey, Carolyn L. 49, 114, 115 Diecklnann, Marion 95, 125, 118, 130 Diedcrich, Barbara Anne 98 Diener, Bnice 130 DiGiacomo, Nick 90, 95, 126, 161 DiGrandi, Debbie Dilg, Diane 98 Dillon, Raymond 49, 148 DiNupoli, Gregory 50 DiNapoli, JoAnne 98 DiSimone, Frank 98 DiSimone, Paul 98 Dominguez, Terry 95, 137 Domino, Joe 98 Donoghue, Mary Ann 95, 120 Donovan, Dennis 95 Dougherty, John 50 Doughty, Chester 98 1 , 162, 135 28 Douglass, Howard D. 98, 140, 145, 151 Doyle, Linn 98, 168, 127, 129, 135 Drago, Bob 30, 95 Dragonette, Barbara Ann 50, 83, 164 168, 169, 128, 133, 135, 131, 163 165, 170, 171 209 Dragonette, Dennis 98, 140, 155, 125, 154 Dugan, Andy 98, 149 Dunton, Bill 98, 108, 149 Dunston, James D. 98, 140, 151 Dunaton, Richard D. 98 Dvorak, Thomas John 95 Dyer, Patricia Ann 50, Bl, 108, 131. 126, 128 Dyrland, Robert 95, 144, 136 Eames, Francis 98 Easlier, Kathy Lee 98 Ebel, Linda 98 Edholm, Edholm, Geraldine 98 Mary 95 Ehlers, Barbara Ann Eichorn, Anthony 50, 81 Eisenstein, Don 98 Eisa, Myra 50, 65 Elfast, Allan B. 98 Elfast, Richie E. 95 Emanule, Joni 104 Emery, Linda 95 Emery, Winifred 104, 128 Eppig, Anne 95, 113, 115 Ericksen, Gary 95 Erk, Barbara 95 Ernst, Janet 50 Ernst, Philip 51 Errante, Phillip 104 Esposito, Joan 41, 108 Esposito, Josephine 129 Esposito, Thomas 104 Esposito, Vincent 104 Estivo, Richard Eustaee, Elaine 95, 130 Falconer, Doreen 104 Farrell, Kathy 95 Faulkner, Caroline 104 Fazio, Rose Marie 95 Fehr, Lenure 51 Feinberg, Cheryl 104 Feldman, Eric 104, 126 Femenella, Roy 94 Ferdon, Gary 51 Ferm, Bruce 94, 160, 125, 130 Ferrigno, Ronald 94, 126 Fichtman, Frederick 94, 112, 113, 156 Fifield, John 94 Figueroa, JoAnn 104, 168 Finnegan, Susan 104, 108, 109, 168, 129 Fiorello, Robert 94 Fiorea, Linda 104 Firth, Peter 94 Fischer, Donald 94, 110, 155, 154 Fischer, Linda 51, 168, 173, 162, 119 Fisher, Patrice 104, 110, 167, 168, 170, 121, 128, 135 Fitzharris, Dennis 104, 140 Fleming, John 51, 140, 156, 159 Fleming, William 94, 130 Flood, Patricia 104, 137, 118 Flores, Linda 125, 118, 119 Fluhr, Ursula 51 Flynn, Bill 104 Forbes, Brian 104, 128 Forbes, JoAnn 51 Forbes, Michael 51 Forman, Pam Fox, Steve 104 Fox, Victoria 51, 64, 108, 109, 111, 134, 133 Francis, Raymond 52, 71, 146, 147, 159, 152, 153, 136, 130 Frank, Beverly 95 Frank, Edward 52, 112, 113, 156, 136, 120, 150 Frank, Jackie 32, 94, 104, 128, 129 Frank, Judy 125 Franklin, Georgette 52 Frantzen, Frank 104, 151 Frantzen, John 52, 110, 159, 136, 120, 150 Frascella, John 94 Freeman, Carol Ann 104, 125, 128 Freeman, John 94 Freeman, Nancy 94, 130 Freisem, Robert 104 Frost, Wayne 94 Fry, Frederick 52 Fuchs, Arthur 104 Fugit, Leon 104 Fuller, Michael 52 Gabrell, Gene 94 Gabriel, Robert 104, 146, 147, 149 Gabrell, Robin Gaffney, Judy 94 Gaige, George 94, 108, 113, 128 Galletta, Galletta, Theresa 52 Vita 94 Gallo, Stephen 102, 113 Gambino, Pete 94 Gambino, Theresa 53, 65 Garland, Ellen 53 Gaskin, Matthew 53 210 Gaakin, Theresa 102, 137 Gassler, Donald 102 Gatto, Bob 159, 131, 130 Gazzo, Thomas 94, 146, 147, 159, 149 Geipel, Daniel 94 Gennari, Gary 102, 145 Geraghty, Jame 94 Geraci, Stephen 102 Germinario, George 53 Getchell, Helen 94 Giallanza, Leslie 94 Giambruno, Nina 94 Giame, Annette 53, 128 Gibson, Joe Giffen, Steven 102 Giffen, Thomas 53 Giebel, Paul 102, 153 Giglio, Dominick 53, 141, 159 Gillis, Stephen 53, 110, 130 Gino, Anne 102 Gionta, Gloria 53 Giordano, Candia 102 Giordano, Jan Giordano, Joyce 54 Giresi, Nancy 94 Goggins, Kenneth 94 Goldfarb, Linda Golden, Roseann Goodenough, Kenneth 94, 145 Goldstein, Susan 94 Gough, Eileen 94 Graham, Bob Grant, Gerard 54 Graves, Paulette Gray, James 94 Graykowski, Bill 94, 127 Green, Howard 94, 108, 109 Green, John Grieco, Michael 54, 68, 140, 143, 136, Grimaldi, Frank 102 Grimes, Chris 102 Groenewold, John 94 Grosso, Arlene 94 Grosso, Jeannette 102 Guarriello, Robert 94 Gubinski, Eddie 94, 124 Guercio, Rachela 94, 113, 169, 120 Guhring, Judy 102, 108, 120, 129 Haegele, Barbara 54, 137, 128 Haegele, Bill 14 Hagemeyer, William 102 Haihy, William 54, 117 Hall, Robert 47, 52, 54, 147, 126, 128 Hallahan, Eileen 94, 125 Halas, Sandra 102, 137 Hammond, Lynn 21, 54, 128 Hammond, Ron 102, 145 Hammons, Terry 91 Handy, Judith 102 Hansley, Hazel Hansen, Rick 94, 159, 149 Hanson, Gary 102, 140, 151 Harrington, Cathy 102 Harris, Alma 102 Harris, Oscar 102 Hart, Patricia 54 150 Hartmann, Karen 54, 79, 129, 164, 165, 166, 167, 169, 170, 171, 172, 128, 134, 135 Harvey, Leonard 55, 85, 113, 128 Haskell, Rosanne 102, 165, 168, 118 Hassan, Joseph Haszto, Ronald 100 Hatch, Nathaniel 100 Haynes, Pat 55, 127 Hayes, Valerie 94 Healy, Elizabeth 55, 65, 66, 76, 120 HealeY, Jim 55 Healy, Patrick 100 Heaney, Patricia 100, 168, 118, 129 Heffner, Christine 94 Helsel, Patricia 100 Hempson, Mona 94, 113, 114, 115, 121 Henesy, Bernadette 42, 55 Henry, Eileen 94, 169, 170, 135 Henry, Richie 94, 140 Hernandez, Donald 91 Herrmann, Janet Hersh, Jeanne 55 Hersh, Leonard 91, 149 Hershhorn, Lesie 65, 91 Hetherington, Linda Higgins, Robert 100 Hill, Dorothy 56 Hill, Linda 66, 165, 167, 168, 169, 172, 173, 135 Hoaglin, Joyce 9, 129 Hoffman, Dennis 100 Hoffman, Jayne 100, 129 Hoffman, John 100, 140, 159, 156, 150 Hoffmeier, Gloria 100, 118 Hogan, Christine Holland, Craig 91 Hollnberger, Anne 42, 56 Holmes, Ginger 56, 169, 119 Holmes, Patricia Hollmberger, Jean 100, 120 Holmes, Barbara 71, -Jr. Holmes, Barbara 100-Soph. Holroyd, Robert 100 Holt, Barbara 91 Hood, Janet 91, 173, 162 Hoover, Barbara 23, 91 Hoover, Becky 91, 137, 120 Horner, John 91 Horoszewski, Carol 91, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168 169 135, 170, 172 Houts, Peggy Howell, Russell Howell, Virginia Hucke, Rosemary 56 Huether, Ronald 91, 147, 153 Huffman, Frances 65, 108, 137, 120 Huffman, Mary 52, 41, 56 Humes, Betty-Jane 42, 56, 81, 85, 110, 112, 113 115, 126, 128, 117 Hunter, James Hunziker, Dolores Hyde, Robert 56 Iasenza, Rose Ann 91, 125 lmburgio, Joe 100 Ingham, Albert 100, 145 lngrassi, Elaine 100 lngrassi, Kathy 91, 119 lntravaia, Margaret lppolito, Peter 100, 145 Irwin, Charles 91 Jackson, Leslie L. 56, 85, 110, 111, 126, 128 Jaffie, Joy 100, 108, 129, 135 Jahosky, Marguerite 56, 120, 128 James, Judy 168 Jamisko, Robert 57, 130 Jarmark, Denise 57, 128 Jasunas, Diane 57 Jennings, Pat 91, 108, 165, 167, 169, 170 Jennings, Sandra 100, 165, 168, 170 Jesaitis, Richard 57, 140, 143, 158, 159, 14 Jeung, Fong 100 Jobs, June 32, 91 Johnson, Francis 91 Johnson, Robert 89 Johnston, Kenneth 91 Jones, David 57, 144, 159, 152, 136 Jones, Janet Sue 99, 110, 113, 130 Jones, Joyce 89 Jones, Judith 100, 165, 167, 169, 170 Jordan, Robert 89 Josephs, Laura 57, 108, 111, 119, 129, 128 Julliard, Wylie 99 Kohl, David 99, 14-5, 150 Kall, Marsha 57, 59, 113, 172 Kalmbacher, Edward 89, 140 Karter, Lynn 58 Kast, Margaret 99 Kastendieck, John 89 Kavowras, Francine 58, 59, 173 Kay, Patricia 99, 110 Keaton, William 99 Keil, Cheryl 99 Keil, Michael 89, 156, 153 Kelly, Charlotte 58, 173 Kelly, Geraldine 89, 173 Kelly, Tom 89 Keller, William 99 Kennely, Patricia 58, 108, 111, 112, 113, 114 116, 117 Kennintlr Harry 99 Kern, Rosmary 99 Kiellman, Pat 89 Kiewra, Edward 89, 108, 145, 130 King, Eileen 89, 168, 169, 170, 172, 173, 135 King, James H. 89 Kinzey, Virginia 99, 129, 135 Kiss, Carolann 89 Klein, Cheryl 89, 137, 120, 118, 119 Klevinskas, Joseph 68, 89 Klevinskas, Margaret 58, 119 Knauer, Stephen 89 Knecht, William 89 Knee, Margaret 99 Knockenhauer, Geroge 99, 146, 147, 149 Koch, Brian 99 Koebel, Michael 58 Komar, Mona Koppel, Leona 89 Koprowski, Doreen 99, 137, 128 Kosiewska, Frank 99 Kossman, Raymond 89, 148 Koulagin, Susan 89, 125 Kozma, Joseph T. 58 Krauthamer, Michael 89, 140, 141, 142, 143, 159 149 Kriska, Charlie 99 Kross, Robert V. 59, 156, 27, 128 Krupski, Stanley J. 99, 140, 153, 128 Kuzkowski, Carlene M. 59, 120, 128 Kuhn, Janet 59, 111 Kunze, Helen 99, 118 LaCasse, Ann 96 Lagone, Suzanne 99, 118 9136 Lai, Robert 88, 89, 95, 108, 140, 152, 153, 128 Laico, Sandra 99 Lambert, Geoffrey 99 LaMontagne, Bentley 99 1.aMontagne, Marie 59 Lane, Daniel 45, 59, 126 Lang, Gary 99, 128 LaPlante, Elizabeth 89, 169, 170, 135 LaPorte, Tony 99, 145 La Rocco, Louise 59 LaRose, Roger 59, 144, 156, 24, 136, 122, 123 Larsen, James V. 59, 140, 160, 122 Larsen, Larry 99, 140 La Sala, Emily 89, 108 Lasnlle, Jon 148, 130 Latsch, JoAnn 32, 59, 108, 164, 166, 168, 173, 162 163, 135, 117, 133, 134 La Violette Bob 60 Laaar, Lawrence 99 Leggett, Virginia 89 Lehat, Audrey 99 Leiberman, James 60 Leibowitz, Joan 90, 173 Leidahl, Bruce 90 Le Mieux, Lorraine 99, 129 Leipold, Dennis 99, 130 Leo, Theresa Ann 50, 60, 119 Leonetti, Peter 90 Leuck, Kenneth A. 60 Leibman, Roslyn 99 Leibman, Ruth 89 Limongello, Peter 90 Lindner, Barbara-Ann 90, 165, 167, 169, 170, 172, 135 Linson, Danny 99, 145 Liotto, Ronald 90 LoCasco, Frank 90 Locastro, Joanne 90, 108, 165, 167, 169, 135 Lofaro, Carlo 90 Lofaro, Danny 90 Lofaro, Joe Lofaro, Joseph 60 Lokocz, Thomas W. 99 Lombardi, Cindy 99, 169, 170, 128 Long, Robert 60, 161 Longwell, Richard 60 Lopes, Judy 99 Lopes, Vincent 99 LoPresti, Rita 90, 113, 118, 129 Lorena, Bryen 90, 140, 159 Loth, Elsa 45, 60, 64, 83, 85, 108, 166, 173, 165, 163, 133, 121, 134, 135 Lingner, Louise 90 Loy, George 99 Loy, Shirley 61 Licata, Lucille 90 Lucketti, Sally Anne 61 Ludden, Bill 90 Ludden, Jane 61, 110, 111, 127, 118, 119 Lukeman, Raymond 61 Lyman, Roger 99 Lyons, James 61 Machnowski, Richard 105 Mackin, James MacLaughlin, Phyllis 105 Maguire, Joan 72, 108, 110, 61, 117, 116 Mallon, Richard Malone, Tom Maloney, Marilyn 105, 118 Maffettone, Dennis 105 Maioeini, Antoinette 105 Maiorano, Steven 105, 140 Mammola, Richard 105 Mann, Regina 105 Msnna, Claire 105, 120 Marano, Mary Lou 32, 90 Marchese, Patricia Ann 90, 127 Msrcinkowski, Stanley Marinaro, Michele 90, 120 Marinelli, Vincent 105 Marino, William 61, 117 Markolf, William 130 Marley, John 90 Marsden, Marilyn 90 Marsh, Robert J. 81, 159, 61, 128 Marshall, Jan 105 Martin, Martin, Martin, Martin, Martin, Alan 61 James 62, 153 Bill Gerri 105, 110, 121, 129, 128, 135 Louise C. 89, 129, 164, 165, Martin, Michele Martin, Rick 105 Marton, Victoria 105 Marvilli, Diane 62 Mason, Richard 105 Mastermaker, Patricia Matonti, Arthur 105, 108 Matthew, Barbara 131 Matthews, Brian 140, 130 Matters, Chris 105 Maugeri, Nina 103 Maurelli, Theresa D. 89, 115 Msuuco, James 103 McArdle, Dorothy 99 VlcBee, Richard McDaniel, JoAnn 99 V1cGee, Bill 167, 170, 173 McGee, Norene 62, 76, 165, 167, 169, 171, 178, 163. 135 McGee, Richard 99, 125 McGrath, Gary 90, 130 McGrath, Gregory 90 McGreevy, Bill 90 McGregor, Donna 62 McGregor, Mike 90 McGuirk, Vickie 99 Mclntyre, Barbara 99, 108, 109, 124, 129 McKinnon, Diane 64, 90, 165, 167, 169, 170, 133, 128, 135 McKinnon, Elaine 90, 110, 111 McLaughlin, Bob 99 McLaughlin, Kathleen 99 McLaughlin, Marleen 99 McLean, George 99 McManus, Karen 62, 137 McManus, Robert 105 McNally, Charles 105 McNally, Susan 105 McPartland, Richard 105 Mcany, Denise 129 Meinhold, Edward 89 Melaniff, Genevieve Menken, Sandra Merkel, Barbara 103 Merkel, Jayne 103 Meyer, Richard T. 62, 110, 24, 117 Michael, Bernard 62 Michele, Lorraine 128, 89, 110, 111, 165, 164, 166, 167, 169, 172, 135, 130, 125 Middleton, Wayne L. 89, 144, 145, 156, 157 Migliacci, John 103 Milazzo, Elizabeth 89, 168 Milazzo, Tom 89 Milio, Carole 62 Miller, Barbara E. 89, 118, 119 Miller, Donna Miller, Glenn A. 89 Miller, lleane 62, 76 Miller, Marylou A. 89 Miller, Richard 89 Milnes, Robert 63 Milnes, Ruth J. 89 Mincey, Marilyn 82, 113, 164, 165, 167, 168, 170, 171, 163, 128, 122, 121, 135 Mineo, Kathy 103 Minstrell, CarolAnn 89, 169, 170, 124, 125, 135 Miroff, David A. Modcll, Eileen Moelius, Samuel 63 Monahan, Cynthia 118, 129 Monohan, William 89 Montagns, Charles R. 89, 144, 128 Montgomery, Audery 103, 118 Montgomery, James C. 89, 144 Montgomery, Violet 103 Moore, Dennis 103, 140 Moore, Jeffrey 41, 140, 159, 149, 136 Morabito, Kathy 63 Moran, Betty 113, 165, 169, 121, 129 Moran, Michael 90 Morch, Linda 103, 129 Morgenweck, Beverly 63, 110, 113, 137, 128, 135 Morell, Peter 103 Morris, Susan A. 88, 89, 95, 108, 109, 170, 172, 124, 130, 135 Morrow, Janet 103, 115, 127, 121, 126, 129 Morrow, Richard 89 Morro, Joyce Ann 90 Morse, Fred 103 Moss, John 89 Motisi, Lena 63, 167 Mountford, Ginny 103 Mueller, Fred Mueller, Walter 103 Mundy, Gail 103 Munir, Carlos Jose 103, 145 Munir, Joe Murphy, Robert 103 Murray, Joyce Ann 23, 82, 89, 120 Murray, Robert 90, 144, 127, 128 Murray, Richard 103, 140 Mureski, Barbara 103 Mussenden, Carl 63 Myers, Robert 89, 147 Nardi, Edward 103, 108, 128 Narvaez, Ralph 96 Nawrath, Robert 97 Nawrocki, Andrew 103 Nelson, Charles 63 Nelson, Judy 97, 129 Neumann, Rosalie 90, 113, 169, 170 Nicastri, Ronald 97 Nickelson, Richard 159 Niles, Robert 90, 145, 159 Niosi, Anthony 64, 83, 110, 111, 126 Nodell, Eileen 97, 168, 124 Nolan, Geraldine 64, 110, 137 Norbut, Dan 90, 151 Norton, Gail 64, 108, 109, 111, 112, 118, 135 Notaristeiano, Donna 97 Notaristefano, Ralph 64, 113, 123 Nugent, Jim 90 Nunez, Elsie 64 Ochs, Linda 90, 168, 137, 120, 129 O'Donnell, Wayne 97, 151 Ofrias, Johnny 97, 108, 145 0'Leary, James 90, 145 Ohman, Robert 90 Olson, Richard 90 0'Neil, Dennis 90, 146, 147, 159, 149 Orlando, Jane 97 Ornes, John 97 O'Shaughnessy, Lucinda 90 Otere, Danny Ott, Mary Ellen 95, 115, 172, 173, 130 Ovens, Carol 108, 173, 124, 128 Owens, Gary 64 Pagnotti, Dom 97 Palma, Madeline 97, 129 Pnndoliini, Joe 64 Papp, Karen 90 Pasquale, Ken 90 Pasaeggiata, Frank 97, 131, 130 Patton, Lewis 97 Paulicelli, John 90, 125 Paulson, Jimmy 64 Pearsall, Mary 64, 128 Pearsall, Richard 97, 127 Pecora, Marie 97, 168 Pedersen, Don Pellicane, Joe 97, 150 Pepino, Eddie Pepitone, Wayne 97 Pergoliazi, Loretta 90 Perras, Frank 97 Perretta, Clara 97 Perretta, Edward 90 Perricone, Richard 90 Perrotta, Gerald Peterson, Bill 65, 161 Petrik, Joseph Petruszella, Lcuiseanne 90, 137 Peters, Donald 90, 113, 124, 122 Petzolt, Mark 97 Philippin, Cecile 93 Philippin, Cynthia 65 Piesco, Carmine 97 Pisano, Robert 65, 140, 143, 158, 159, 149, 134 Piscitelli Charlie 65 Pikula, Daria 169, 127, 118 Pincus, Chuck 97 Petrik, Joseph Platt, Eileen 93 Plotke, Diane 97 Polino, Elaine 65, 173, 165, 162, 163 Politi, Cynthia 105, 129 Porpora, Candy 105 Porter, Pauline 65 Porter, Raynol 105, 128 Potorski, Rose Marie 125 Predmore, Sheila 93, 110, 113, 168, 170, 122 124 125 Preston, Eileen 128, 93, 120 Prin, Kathy 105, 129, 168, 170, 129 Prin, William 93, 112, 113, 145, 159 Pritting, Kathleen 50, 65 Puglia, Dolores 66 Puglisi, Richard 147 Purdy, Gerald 93 Quaranta, Joyce 108, 124 Quartararo, Jane 105, 118 Quartararo, Patricia 32, 66 Quick, Linda 105, 129 Quinn, Bernadette 105, 168 Quinn, Paula 93, 110, 115, 170, 130 Quintero, Robert 93, 108, 140, 125, 134, 130 Radziewicz, Edward 105, 140 Raimondi, Mike 93 Realmuto, Mary Ann 105 Reed, James 93 Regan, Maureen 93, 108, 169, 170, 124, Reilly, Dorothy 105 Reimer, Arthur 57, 105, 146, 147, 149 Remauro, Alfred 66 Remauro, Genevieve 105 Rendina, Frank 105 Revere, Diane 66, 128 Ribaudo, Camille 130 Ribaudo, John 31, 105 Rieger, Robert 66, 140, 136 Riggio, Estelle 105 Ripp, Kenneth 66 Risolia, Linda 105, 121, 135 Robilotto, Michael 96, 105, 140, 148 137 Rizzo, Michael 159, 145, 124 Rizzo, Richard 105, 152, 153 Roberts, David 105, 149 Roberts, Kathy 105, 168, 135 Robilotto, Michael 96, 105, 140, 148 Rocco, Adele 105 Rodecker, Richard 105 Roe, Richard 93, 145 Roesch, Hans 105, 110, 145 135 Roettger, Artie 105 Rolston, Arlene 105 Romano, Jo-Anne 93, 128 Ronca, Patricia 93, 97, 165, 168, 170 Ross, Bill 93 Rosenawcigv Jeannie 93 Rossi, Kent 97 Rosen, Ray 105 Roth, Mark Rowan, John 93, 156 Rowley, John 47, 66, 152 Ruegamer, Barbara 97, 118 Ruggiero, Victor 67, 117, 116 Runyon, Jimmy 97 Ruppert, Bill 93, 147, 137 Russo, Ly nn 97, 108, 109 Russo, Marion 97, 110, 111, 120 Russo, Robert 93 Rutigliano, Joseph 93, 128 Ruvola. L Ryan, Jan eonard et 93, 129 Rzepa, Geraldine 89, 128 Sabatino, Frank 97 Sacks, Alicia 67. 126 Saggio, Yvonne 97 Saks, Cheryl 97. 124, 129 Salemi, Carmela 97 Salemi, Vincent 89 Salinetro, Lawrence 89 Salomon, John 97 Sander, Josephine 97, 121 Sanders, Anthony 89 Scinto, Joseph Santomartino, Joseph 67, 140, 156 Sapp, Phyllis 97 Sappo, William 67 Sarnicola, Fred 67 Savattere, Jack B9 Savino, Anthony 97 Savino, Margaret 165, 167, 168, 170, 172, 120, 135 Scnglione Ralph 97, 140, 130 Scarabino, Linda-Jane 97, 110, 113, 121, 126 Schackne, Jayne 97, 118, 129, 128 Schaeffer, Schaefer, Marilyn 89, 135 Virginia 97, 168, 128 Schembri, Glenn 89 Sims, Sylvia 100, 113, 114, 115, 168, 127, 121, 128, 135 Singer, Ray 69 Skelton, Jerry 102 Skiber, Robert 89 Smirk, James 100 Smith, Bill 100 Smith, Gary 69 Smith, Linda 100 Smith, Sandra 68, 89, 128 Soell, Carol 89 Sonnee, Teresa 100 Soriano, Howard 100, 125 Spelman, Mark 69, 79, 83, 146 136, 122, 117 Spillett, Edna 89 Spoonley, Linda Sposito, Angela 100 Staats, Tome 100 Stark, Everctte 92, 131, 130 Stack, Richard 100 Stein, Joanne 92, 110, 113, 168, 170, 122, Steinert, Phyllis 69, 129 Stengel, Ruger 69, 160 Stengele, Georgeanne 92, 168, 170 Stenson, Joseph Sterler, Elaine 92, 100 Sterler, Lynne 88, 95, 118, 129 Stewart, Linda 100 Stoiber, Diana 40, 63, 76, 79, 108, 113 Stoll, William 92, 140, 149 Storch, Eileen 92 Strauss, Ellen 100 Strohm, Marilyn 100 Strulson, Michael 92 sag., Ronald 92, 110, 160, 130 Sullivan, Brian 92, 113 Sullivan, Maryanne 100 Swanson, Carolyn 70 Swanson, Fred 100 Sweeney, Elizabeth 70 Sweeney, Maureen 100 Swenson, Robert 70 Sydlansky. Vincent 92, 153, 161 Tamalunas, Doris 102 Schiavone, Dorothea 129 Schifano, Carl 97 Schillinger, Joan 32, 67 Schlosser, Anne 89, 130 Schmidt, Albert 97, 128 Schmidt, Charlene 97, 130 Schmidt, Daryl 67 Schmidt, Mildred 67 Schmiedeberg, Margaret 89 Schneider, Janet 67, 97, 129 Schnell, Diane 89, 129 Schock, William 89, 159, 35, 152 Schoellig, Deidri 68 Tamburello, Ronald 70 Tanner, Carolyn 102 Tarnowski, Robert 70 Taylor, James 92, 137 Terry, Barbara 102 Terry, Michelle 92 Terry, Thomas 102 Thanlen, Barbara 92 Thaler, Richard 102 Thomas, Jacqueline 70, 137 Thomas, Marialena 102 Thompson, Bob 102, 145 Tomford, Jeannette 70, 137, 128 Tonkinson, Barbara 102, 165, 168, 118, 128, Schreiner, William 68, 74, 24 Schucht, Linda 68 Schulman, Jeff 97 Schulze, JoAnne 68 Schweilhelm, Joan 89, 97, 108, 110, 169, 170, 121, 120, 128, 135 Scinto, J. 89, 144, 145 Scinto, Paul 97 Scoca, Helen 97, I13, 121, 129, 135 Scoca, Nancy 89, 108 Sconzo, Thomas 97 Scuderi, Frank 97 Scuderi, Joleene 97, 118 Seaman, Judy 97 Seidel, Bonita 89, 113, 115, 121 Shanks, Edwina 52, 68, 81, 110, 113, 122 Shanks, Robert 100, 145, 126 Shanley, Dean 21, 68 Shauer, Robert 89, 150 Shaver, Harold 68, 111, 117 Shaw, Marc 69, 14-6, 159 Shaw, Norman 89, 140. 159, 152 Shaw, Robert 100 Sharpe, Victor 89 Shea, Charles 69, 128 Shenk, RoAnn Shertaer, Robert 100 Sherwin, John 69 Shields, Deborah 100, 129 Shipley, Paul 145 Shone, Helen 100 Shugarts, Barry 100 Sicilano, Louis 89, 140 Siebel, Walter 89, 125, 130 Siegel, Terry 100, 108, 121, 129, 135 Silano, Gerard 89 Silawsky, Donald 100 Silvo, Louis 100 Simione, Robert 100 Simpson, George 100 Simpson, June 69 2l2 Torma, Stephen 70, 74, 146, 159, 152, 153 Torma, Thomas 70, 146, 147, 159, 152 Torres, Angelina 102 Torres, Clara 71 Tortu, Judy 102 Toula, Barbara 71 Trace, William 92 Traudt, Paula 102, 168 Trayer, Candice 92, 118, 130, 137 Tretols , Elaine 102 Trevithick, Doug 92 Trimboli, Liberta 102. 129 Tripi, Mary Ann 129 Turinaky, Ed 102 Turchuk, Marsha 71, 108, 109, 134, 130 Turck, Kathleen 71, 110, 111 Turai, Lou 92 Tuttle, Gregory 102 Twaddle, Joyce 92 Umlauf, Peter 71, 159 Underhill, James 102 Ungard, Elaine Ungere r, Fred 92 Valdemira, Fred 92 Valdemira, Fred 102 Valdcr, Sandra 102 Valenti, Jeanne 102, 108 Valcnaa, Angela 92, 129 VanBuskirk, Gail 71, 127, 134, 137 Vander griff, William 102 Van Eyken. Louise 102 Van Leeuwen, Diane 45, 72, 110, 130 Van Zanten, Cary 102 , 147, 159, 24, 149, 135 Varady, Patricia 71 Vardon, Suzanne 92, 108, 110. 113, 168, 170, 124, 122, 128, 135 Velisek, Naomi 72, 76 Venti, Claudia 72, 113, 137, 119 Venti, Priscilla 72, 137 Vernon, Joseph 92, 155, 154 Villano, Vera 72 Vitale, Phillip 102, 127, 161 Vitkovich, Edward 72 Vittery, Kathy 102, 168, 128 Vrionides, Peter 92 Waldron, Victor 98 Walker, Carole 91, 128 Wallace, Duncan 98, 147 Wallace, Ellen 98, 118 Walter, Pris 92 Warburton, John 92 Weber, Dennis 92, 156, 151 Weber, James 91, 153 Webster, Eddie 98 Wegenaar, David 91, 147, 159 Weiner, Mike 98, 144, 153 Weiner, Sharyn 91, 127 Weis, Steve 91 Weisheit, Henry 72, 144, 136, 150 Weiss, Edward 91 Weisse, Joanne 98 Welch, Cathy 125 Welden, Anita-Louise 72, 164, 165, 167, 169, 17 172, 163, 135 Welling, William 72 Welsh, Lorraine 91, 137, 129 Wendehurg, Betty 98, 167, 168, 1 Whalen, Carol 98 69 Wheeler, Jessie 98, 108, 169, 129, 135 Wheeler, Ruby 73, 109, 110, 111, White, Bob 98, 140 White, Katherine 98, 123 White. Mabel 98 White, Teresa 91 Whitney, Barbara 91 Whittaker, Peggy 98 Whittier, Margaret 73, 113 Whittier, William 98 167, 118 Wicdlewsky, Bert 91 Wildner, Charles 73, 140, 159, 136, 117 Wildner, Lois 98 Wilken, Paul 73 Wilkens, Barbara 98, 164, 165, 167, 170, 129 Williams, Laura 73 Williams, Thomas 151 Wilson, George 98, 125 Wilson, Bruce 91 Wilson, James 91 Wilson, Kathy 98, 100, 165, 167, 168, 137 Winfield, Richard 98 Winkelman, Howard 98 Winkler, Eleanor 73, 108, 121, 125 Wiseman, Suzanne 23, 54, 73, 137, 128 Wisniewslti, Joe 91, 128 Withers, Thomas 74, 136 Wojciaczyk, Jim 74 Wolf, Michael 91, 153 Wolfort, George 74, 79, 140, 151, Wood, Ann 98, 118 Wolfram, Frederick 91 Wolfram, John 98 Woods, Patricia 91 136, 121, 150 wright, Penelope 91, 165, lea, 126, 130, 128 Wright, Susan 71, 91, 118 Wubhenhorst, Tore 91, 140, 141, 153 Yantz, Carolyn 91 Yeager, Lauren 91, 129 Yonke, Rick 98 Young, Peggy 98 Zachery, Glenn 98, 140 Zachery, Mary Lynn 74, 161, 129 Zajac, John 91 Zaleski, Richard 91 Zammetti, Robert 74 Zammetti, Lois 98 Zapke, Clifford 98, 125 Zatlin, Barbara 98, 165, 167, 169, Zazzi, Henry 74 Zimmerman, Jayne 74 Zipkis, Raymond 91, 108, 124 Zombek, Ellen 91, 127, 126 Zombek, Gil 91 Zorn, Norma 91, 129 Zuaro, Connie 98 137, 135 Index of School Personnel Abate, Frank 30 Allenza, Joseph 20 Allens, Henry Ambrosiano, Nicholas 24, 122 Andrews, Michael P. 20, 112 Angelos, William J. 21, 88, 94 Axelrod, Emanuel 31, 90, 144, 145 Baldwin, Florence 33 Battaglia, Benny Beckwith, Peter 37 Beierlein, Marie 37 Benvenuto, Charles 37 Beza, Grace 29, 104 Bodner, Theodore 37 Braun, Louis 35 Brennan, Peter 8, 9 Brewer, Jacqueline 174 Bryant, Robert 35 Camarda, Russel J. 19, 123, 154 Campanaro, Ruth 37 Campolungo, Vincent Cartier, Roland J. 31, 140, 141, 15 Castrianni. Saverio Cavalieri, Maurio 37 Chislett, Ann Clark, Loretta 37 Colottli, Vincent J. 26, 41, 60 Colwell, Robert Conaughton, Irene 36 Copia, Mary Joan 16 Cunningham, Ann 17 Dauler, Marion De Casper, Patricia K. 16 Dedera. Anne 37 Deders, Fred Deichmeier, Evelyn De Luca, William 9, 10 De Vine, Louise 36 Di Giulio, Philip 37 Dobert, Kenneth W. 28 Donaghy, Daniel 20, 144 Dragonette, Theresa 37 Droruk, H. Faust, Edwin C. 17 Fichtman, Rosemary Fischer, Joseph 174 Floor, Majorie 32 Fox 42 Fraites, Joseph 16 Fulgieri, Lucille Gaige, Maryann 36 Gerardi, Mari Lou 26 Cilgan, James 17, 127 Ginucchio, August 8, 9 Corgone, Vincent 17, 18, 114 Cray, Percephone 37 Grimes, John J. 34 Gross, 1-ldwin 9 Hamor, Scott 1. 34, 131, 61 Harmeling, John 31, 159 2, 15 3 Harris, Kenneth J. 23 Haszto, Christine Heidinger, Margaret B, 9, 3 Heiser, Charles, 11 Hogeboom, 'Patricia 18, 12 Hoffman, Maureen 16 Horey, Jacqiielyn 14 Horowitz, David 30, 31 Horton, Esther L. 28 Imgram, Bertram lngrassia, John Jacovino, Anthony 37 Jahosky, Margaret Jew, Alma 37 Johnson, Arnold K. 25 Jonsson, Stewart R. 9, 10 Kahan, Barbara Kaskoun, Joseph 25, 33. 99, 156 Keegan, Thelma Kehoe, Maureen 27 Kelly, George J. 21, 140-142 Kelly, George J. Kelly, Helen 37 Kendall, Parker 27 Kiesecker, Frank 33, 141-142 Kipp, Cora Kirwan, Patrick W. 14 Kobielski, Ray L. 22, 124 Kuczkowski, Julia Laakltonen, Ralph 22 Lamb, Alfred Lang, Robert 31, 47 Lavalvo, Joseph 37 Lavan, Thomas 20, 21 Le Men, John 37 Levine, Michael 23, 100 Levy, Raymond Liguori, Alphonse Liguori, Joseph Lindner, Harry 19, 21 Little, Ann 37 Long, Donald 8, 9 Lovizio, Joseph 37 McCann, Brendan 28, 136, 150 Maffetone, Anthony Jr. 8, 9 Mahoney, Harold 22, 152 Malpigli, Joseph Manhardt, Frank 30, 146 Marchia, Jerry Martino, Leo Mason, Ethel Melito, R. Micciche, Marguerite 160, 24 Milnzzo, Helen Miller, Robert 15 Morin, Margaret Morrow, Mildred 98, 36 Mullin, Eleanor 33, 168 Nawojchik, Nellie Nicholson, Carl Notheis, John A. 25, 159, 121 Nunez, Lily 15 Ocelilt, lrene 37 0'Connell, P. Oelschlager, F. 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