North Tarrytown High School - Headless Horseman Yearbook (North Tarrytown, NY)
- Class of 1950
Page 1 of 94
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Text from Pages 1 - 94 of the 1950 volume:
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Many have said that lchabod Crane, the old school
master of Sleepy Hollow, has fled from this fair valley,
but do not be persuaded. Although the old gnarled
frame of the famed teacher may no longer be visible to
the eyes of modern scholars, lchabod still rides among
the woods along the Pocantico. His spirit is ever present
with us, and his old ways of education blend wtih the
new. As we leave the modern version of the old school-
house, it is the spirit of the eccentric, but good school
master, who bids us keep our eyes on the horizon of the
future, remembering always that with the combination
of the forward-looking, broad-mindedness that the chal-
lenge of the future affords, with the prudence that the
experience of past generations offers, we cannot fail.
If you would know about my school
Just turn the pages o'ery
A surprise on every turn
And a record of Headless Horseman lore
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Published by the
General Organization of the North
Tarrytown Junior-Senior High School
North Tarrytown, New York
Here rests his hecid upon the lap of Earth
A m0Afl, to fortune and to fame unknown.
Large was his and his soul sincere.
No farther seekshismerits to disclose,
Or draw his froiiifieslfromfiheir dead abode,
cr here they alike ihjtrembiing hope repose,J
The bosom ofihisiFd1heir and his God.
i i M . e' f effhomds Gray.
Grnrge lilil. liivhnig
DE D I CATIO N
By ROSEMARY WARD
In her quiet and unpretentious manner, Miss Edna
Hennessey supervises one ofthe largest and busiest
departments of North Tarrytown High School.
Removed from the passing throng, she diligently
trains her business students to prepare letters, bul-
letins, invitations and records for all school activities.
We students, in order to show our appreciation for
your many duties so patiently and kindly performed,
dedicate this yearbook to you, Miss Hennessey.
The General Organization is our student-governing body. The purpose of this
organization is to supervise all student activities, provide for their support, and main-
tain a good government for the school. The olticers are apresident, vice-president,
secretary, treasurer, and a representative from each homeroom. This year, the
Student Council, the executive committee of this organization, has appropriated
money for a school camera, helped finance this yearbook, purchased sport equip-
ment, and sponsored the school play. Three representatives chosen by the Student
Council have attended several meetings and cooperated in forming a constitution
for the Westchester County Association of Student Councils. The North Tarrytown
Junior-Senior High School is one of its charter members. Miss Isabelle T. Everest
is the faculty adviser.
First Row CLeft to Rightl: Mary Lou Watkins, Patricia Murphy. Second Row Kleft
to Rightl: Gayle Taylor, Joan Murphy, Treasurer, Maxine Cohen, Secretary,
John Beni, President, Robert Nicol, Vice-President, Peggy Minich, Joseph Occhi-
pinti. Third Row fLeft to Rightj: Joseph Macedo, Andrew Cohen, Robert Brophy,
Frank Camilliere, Francis Galgano, Steven Pendzuk, Fred Knieriem, Edward Gor-
man, Joseph Iurato, George Boady, William Robinson, Miss Isabelle Everest,
HEADLESS HORSEMAN-YEARBOOK STAFF
Co-Editors-in-Chief ...... .... M axine Cohen and Daniel Rizzi
Art Editor ................ ............................ J ean Gleason Literary Editor .... ......................... R osemary Ward
Sports Co-Editors ................................ ........,..... M ary Leggio and Marilyn Maher
Business and Advertising Managers ....,. ...... C onstance Niemiec and Carole Cudney
Photography Co-Editors .................. .........,. L ouise Ubach and Joan Murphy 't-, i if
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Seated on Floor llett to Rightjz Jean Karpinslri, Joan Jelenelr, Ann Hongach,
Constance Waters, Edith Barbour, Margaret Girhiny. Seated Around Table fleft
to Righty: Rosemary Ward, Jean Gleason, Marilyn Maher, Daniel Rizzi, Maxine
Q R Cohen, Louise Ubach, Joan Murphy, Mary Leggio, Jeanette Brideau. Standing
lleft to Rightjz Dorothy Koval, Ann Everett, Constance Niemiec, Marguerite
Timmings, Dolores Bushel, Jean Brogan, Joan Marie Richard, Ena Edmonds,
Lucille DeCarlo, Josephine Riccardella, Marie Payne, Barbara Hatzmann, Peggy
, Minich, Beatrice Donnelly. Lost Row Cleft to Rightl: Lawrence Kroggel, John Barr,
5 William Suter, Joseph Fitzpatrick, Joseph Occhipinti, Richard Niebanck.
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Ann Kish, Velma Chiasson, Mary Fahey, Annette Tourigny
Frances Manca, Ann Tompkins, Dolores Milton, Rose Simp
son. Second Row lLeft to Rightl: Richard Griffin, Donal
Dale, Jack Garbutt, Sally Weed, Barbara Jones, Catherin
McKenna, Pat White, Sue Oley, Regina Falasca, Anna Mari
Maceyak. Third Row fLeft to Rightjz Fred Cutspec, Jame
McDonough, John Palka, Maureen Weaver, Joan Hanser
Mirella Vecellio, Florence Kirlacy, Marian Talley, Louis
Pelletier. Fourth Row CLeft to Rightl: Vincent DiCairianc
John Schwer, Henry Brown, Laddie Hlavatovic, Guy Wilsor
Bruce Cooper, Louis DiCasoli, Frank Camillieri. Fifth Roi
Cleft to Righty Rudy Pavlovich, Roger Bucci, Raymond Mal
gotta, Roosevelt Barnett, Henry Robinson, Leo Fragiacomc
First Row fLeft to Rightlz Julianne Antalek, Diane Benuscak,
Joan Hiloshy, Florence Vecsey, Doris Franqueira, Rosemary
DiCasoli, Theresa DiCairiano, Gloria Duclos, Lillian Jussay,
Anna Marie Tortora, Patricia Kane, Marylou Watkins.
Second Row iLeft to Rightl: Frances Cresswell, Beatrice
McLean, Anne Drahos, Jean Ferraro, Amelia Zaicek, Ann
McLaughlin,Adele Buscetto,Ann Lopane, Diane Gilbert, Vina
Grady. Third Row fleft to Rightlz Richard Chambers, George
Vorgo, Richard Maccabee, William Beekman, Albert
Scogna, Michael Belanich, Robert Brichter, Anthony Manna,
Joseph Centofanti, Edward Porcano, Theodore Roberto.
Fourth Row fLeft to Rightla Armand Scogna, John Mansa,
William Wild, Robert Pollock, Stephen Kadlec, George Bab-
cock, Richard Wainwright, Edward Gorman, Armand
Jacques, Angelo Usai. Fifth Row fleft to Rightl: Joseph
Moore, Richard Antalek, Paul Miethker, Frank Eckert, Daniel
McElwain, Gerald Robichaud, Paul Erickson, Patsy DiMar-
tino, Leo Fragiacomo, Joseph Bracchitta, Robert Margotta,
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North Tarrytown ........ 'IB
North Tarrytown ........ 26
ChiIdren's Village ...... 13
Hastings ...................... 0
North Tarrytown ........ 0 Ossining ............, ..... 0
North Tarrytown ........ 27 Hackley ...... ..... 6
North Tarrytown ........ 26 Rye ............................., 'I4
North Tarrytown ........ 39 Peekskill ...................... I2
Washington Irving .... 0
JR. VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM
First Row lleft to Rightl: George Vargo, Joseph Camilliere, Leo Fragiacomo,
Donald DeCarlo, Frank Camilliere, William Wild, Jack Forman. Second Raw
Cleft to Rightjz John Kirby, Armand Scogno, Robert Maher, Henry Brown, George
Babcock, Guy Wilson, Roger Bucci. Third Row lleft to Rightiz William Beekman,
Edward Erickson, Michael Belanich, Joseph Schwer, Paul Johnson, Nicholas
Klupacs, Rudy Pavlovich, John Mansa, Mr. Joseph Sager.
The Horsemen opened their season by losing a
badly played game against the Hastings Yellow-
iackets on September 24. Avenging their loss of the
week before, the Horsemen went on to defeat a su-
perior Middletown team in a closely fought duel.
However, N.T. proved no match for the mighty Ossin-
ing team as they fell to a crushing defeat for the first
time in six years. After defeating Peekskill, Edison
Tech, Saunders Trade, and Bronxville, the game in
which Co-captain Fran Galgano scored six touch-
downs, the Horsemen completed their season by de-
feating their arch rival, Washington Irving by a score
of 20-0. This game climaxed the end qf a great season
for N.T. and its coach, Bill Whitton.
- FRED KNIERIEM.
JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL
The North Tarrytown Junior Varsity Football team
brought N.T. the first undefeated season in its history.
After winning two assured victories against ChiIdren's
Village and Hastings, they played an undefeated
Ossining Junior Varsity to a scoreless tie, They also
beat Rye and Peekskill and ended the season by
trouncing W.I. by a score of 20-O.
- FRED KNIERIEM.
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Marilyn Rakclcky, Angelina lppoliio, lofty
Yoger, Rosalie Steponaifis, lorrainb Wof-
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Volk, Elizabeth Girhiny, Pafricid CUdl'lQY,
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First Row Cleft to Rightj: Neil Gollogy, Francis Galgano, Joseph Occhipinti, Robert
Robinson, John Maflucci, Theodore London, John Beni, Andrew Garrant. Second Row
Cleft to Rightjz Joseph Partlow, Alfred Hlavatovic, Walter Johnson, Dominick Gagliardi,
John Covert, Joseph Hanak, John Ragusa. Third Row Cleft to Righty: Mr. Harold Rasbeck,
Steve Pendzuk, Daniel Riui, John Fiala, Fred Knieriem, George Barr.
The North Tarrytown Track team, under the mentorship of coaches
Harold Rasbeck and Ken Brown, had a successful season as they capped
the Hudson River league title over Ossining, Washington Irving, and
Peekskill, for the first time in the history of N.T.
Much of the credit for the successful season should go to the squad's
coach, Harold Rasbeck and his assistant Ken Brown. These two men
worked diligently over the three-year-period gradually building up the
team until it reached its present strength.
The Orange and Black went undefeated in dual meet competition. They
copped the Pentagonal meet for the second successive year. Two records
were broken and established in the Pentagonalp by two N.T. runners,
namely: Joe Hanak and John Beni. Joe Hanak, the diminutive miler,
broke the old record of 4 minutes, 55 and 5 tenths seconds, held by
Ken Stafford of Washington Irving, in the good time of 4 minutes and
49 seconds. John Beni, the sturdy veteran, set a new Pentagnnal meet
record of 14 and 3 tenths seconds in the low hurdles, eliminating the old
standard set by Claude Mace of Washington Irving in 1943.
The track team traveled to White Plains, for the Westchester County
Relays, and walked away with two trophies and four medals. Fran Gal-
gano, Bob Robinson, Bob Norsek, and Walter Johnson composed the 440
quartet which won the tirst of the two trophies. The second trophy-winning
quartet was the two mile team, composed of John Covert, Andy Garrant,
Neil Gollogly, and Joe Hanak. The aforementioned quartet set the two
mile record in the time of 8 minutes and 50 seconds.
Mr. Harold Rasbeck and Mr. Kenneth Brown
Coach Rasbeck made two prognostications: that N.T. would win the
H.R.L. and that Robinson and Galgano would be individual winners. His
predicitions came true as Robby won the Broad Jump, with a leap of
21 feet 5 inches, and "Mr. X" Galgano climaxed the upset of the year
as he excelled Frank Nichols of W.I. in the 100 yard dash.
In the sectional Robby set a new Class B Broad Jump record of 21
feet 4 inches. Galgano and Robinson were chosen to represent Section
One in the lntersectional meet at West Point. The outstanding runner of
the '49 season was Joe Hanak, "the tlying Czecho-Slovakian." He placed
first in every meet except two. He set two records, the Pentagonal record
and the Ossining meet, where he broke the old mile record of 4 minutes
and 37 seconds set by Pete Budelli of Ossining, and established a new
meet mark of 4 minutes and 33 seconds.
On the average four N.T. runners placed first in every dual meet. In
almost every dual meet, the N.T. runners placed one, two, three in some
events, causing a complete sweep. The team, as a whole, brought homo
four trophies for the showcase, not to mention the individual awards won
by the runners. The lettermen are as follows: Bob Robinson, Fran Galgano,
Mike lazor, Ted London, Joe Hanak, Joe Partlow, Andrew Garrant, Neil
Gollogly, John Covert, Bob Moro, John Maffucci fCapt.I, Joe Occhipinti,
John Beni, Bob Collin, Roland Godbout, Walter Johnson, Don Pastell,
Fred Knieriem, and Bob Norsek.
DUAL MEETS 1949
Team Score Team Score
Hastings ...... ...... 7 North Tarrytown .... ....... 7 9
Arlington ....... ...... 5 Q North Tarrytown .............. 54
Peekskill ....... ...... 2 4 North Tarrytown .............. 62
Ossining ............. ...... 2 1 North Tarrytown .............. 5I
Pentagonal ....... .. Hockley ............................ 46
Washington Irving ..........
North Tarrytown ..... ..... 60
Nyack .............................. 31W North Tarrytown ..... ...... 4 9M
Washington Irving .......... 34 North Tarrytown .............. 52
Hudson River League ........ Washington Irving .......... 26
Ossining ............................ 21Vz
Peekskill ................. ...... 1 4
North Tarrytown .............. 37Vz
Sectional ...... North Tarrytown .............. 30
Washington Irving .......... 30
KTie for second placej
lleft to Rightlz Mrs. Elizabeth DiVico, General, Miss Anna
Woods, Literary, Miss Marion Hennessey, Senior Section,
Mrs. Margaret Reid, Business and Advertising, Miss Marie
Hinz, Subscriptions, Miss Edna Hennessey, Typing.
fleft to Rightl: Mr. Theodore Williams, Attendance Ofticer,
Miss Mary Lopane, Secretary to Principal of the North
Tarrytown Elementary School, Miss Filomena Fallacaro,
Secretary to Principal of the North Tarrytown Junior-Senior
High School, Miss Jean Haines, Switchboard Operator, Mrs.
Barbara Taylor, Secretary to Associate Superintendent.
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First Row lleft to Rightjz Edith Barbour, Renata Estes, Barbara Hatzmann, Margaret Girhiny, Priscilla Ditbon.
Second Row Cleft to Rightl: Mrs. Alma Hansen, Rosalie Steponaitis, Jean Gleason, Patricia Murphy, Patricia
Gallagher, Barbara Marasco, Anna Lanza. Third Row fLeft to Rightj Mary DeSoto, Joan Jelenek, Lorraine
Dallaire, Marie Payne, Alice Wright, Mary Yarabek, Veronica D'Alessandro, Patricia Cudney, Joan Payne,
Dorothy Koval, Ann Everett, Barbara Watkins, Lorraine Wetzel, Patricia Jones.
The present Girls' Hi-Y Club was formed in 1942. Since then the club
has grown and its activities expanded. Mrs. Hansen, our advisor, has
given the girls her aid not only as an advisor, but as a friend to the girls.
According to the Constitution of the club, there are twenty-five girls,
ncluding sophomores through seniors. The girls learn how to work as
well as play together. This year the club went to the Westchester Assem-
bly in White Plains were each club presents a bill which it hopes will
become a law. Later one of the girls went to the Albany Assembly to
represent our club there. This spring the girls put on a cake sale for the
March of Dimes Campaign. We gave 525.00 towards this drive. We hope
to have a reunion ofthe Hi-Y Clubs from two years ago. However, above
all, the club tries to bring its girls closer fellowship in God.
Under the leadership of the new elected officers, the Boys' Hi-Y
again undertook its program of recreation, fellowship, and education.
The fall program was highlighted by the County Assembly where prac-
tical experience in government was afforded the members. The club
sent Fred Knieriem as its delegate to the State Assembly in the Capitol.
The boys are now preparing for the annual Play Day to be held on
February 22 at the Rye Y.M.C.A.
President .......... .. Richard Niebanck
Vice-President .. ........ Fred Knieriem
Secretary ................ Joe Fitzpatrick
Treasurer .,.... . ............ Daniel Rizzi
Chaplain .................. Paul Niebanck
Adviser ..........,.. Mr. Ralph Williams
First Row Cleft to Rightl: Paul Niebanck, Fred Knieriem, Richard Niebanck, Joseph Fitzpatrick, Robert Norsok.
Second Row floft to Rightl Bert Helfenstein, Walter Johnson, Donald Pcstell, John Forman, Robert Collin, 2'
Stephen Pandzuk, Lawrence Kroggel, Craig Smith. Third Row lLeft to Rightl: William Suter, James McElwain,
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Mary Ann Fleming, Constance Crolxe, Jinnet Johnson. Second Row: Clel
to Righty: Renata Estes, Nancy Bushel, Regina Remling, Constance Cudneq
Florence Bortal, Mary Beth Larkin, Florence Fiala, Rose Miller, Care
McAleor, Claire Barton. Third Row lLeft to Rightjz Robert Moro, Josep
Iurato, Jack Stanley, John Kucich, Armand Gonzales, Charles Zilm, Steve
Pendzuk. Fourth Row Cleft to Rightl: Joseph Henshaw, Nate Barone, Joh
Gallagher, Robert Helwig, Stephen Sidorilx, Thomas Murray, Henry Bucc
John Iuroto, Dominick Gogliardi, Lars Peter Trahnstrom.
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Mangieri, Phyllis Helfenstein, Josephine Ricci, Julia Roishy, Josephine ls.,Q Rl 1 4--he ' k' ' LL , A "fm
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December 6 against Elsmtord.
N.T. has plenty ot speed and spirit, but no
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to work hard to bring about a championship
team. Hugh Nicol, tine ball-handler and excel-
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squad. Co-captain is .lim "Paclcy" Powers. Round-
ing out the squad will be Tony Zingaro, Fred
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Lazor, and Bob Moro.
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Pilla and company opened its '49-'50 season on Tuesday, December 6, against Elmsford.
North Tarrytown has plenty of speed and spirit, but no height. Coach Joe Sager and
his team will have to work hard to bring about a championship team. Hugh Nicol, fine
ball-handler and excellent set-shot artist was elected captain of the squad. Co-captain
is .lim "Packy" Powers. Rounding out the squad will be Tony Zingaro, Fred Knieriem, John
Schwer, Bob Robinson, John Fiala, John Ragusa, Bill Tait, Jim McElwaine, Al Lazor and
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
The Junior Varsity Basketball team went through a very successful schedule of 'I8
games, winning 12, while losing but 6. Under the leadership of Coach "Gabe" Hayes they
won the Hudson River League Championship.
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JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM
First Row fKneeling Left to Rightlz Nate Barone, Jack Stanley, John
Iurato. Second Row Cleft to Rightj: William Shroba, Richard Maccaboe,
Roger Bucci, Robert Bucci. Standing fLeft to Rightl: Frank Camilliere,
Manager, Henry Brown, John Mansa, Nicholas Klupacs, Fred Cutspec
Walter Ceconi, Manager. Shooting: Joseph Iurato. Coach: Mr. Gabriel
Alexander Hamilton .............. 'I3
Ossining ....................... ....... 2 5
White Plains .............. ....... 3 4
Washington Irving ................ 22
Pleasantville ............................ 28
New York School for the Deaf 32
Hastings ............................. ..... 3 4
White Plains .......... .............. 4 I
Dobbs Ferry ........ ........ 3 7
Peekskill ............. ........ 'I 9
Pleasantville .......... ........ 2 6
Ossining .................... ....... 2 I
Washington Irving ..... ....... 3 9
Dobbs Ferry ....................,....... 31
Hastings .................................. 30
New York School for the Deaf 53
Peeksklll ...... ............................ 2 3
Field Hockey was added to the intramural program
at N.T.H.S. this year. Under the capable instruction of
Miss Ellene Edmond, the girls were taught the funda-
mentals of this exciting game. Next year it is hoped
that an interclass league will be formed as the sport
was enthusiastically received by the girls.
The interest and enthusiasm shown by the girls has
led to a very extensive athletic program. Among the
competitive sports enioyed are: basketball, bowling,
volleyball, badminton, ping-pong, tennis and softball.
Miss Edmond has developed a system that enables
B A S E B A L L
Marilyn Cornell, Alice Wright,
V O L L E Y B A L L
Jean Gleason, Jean Karpinski, Irene Mann.
each girl who earns a total of 1800 points during her
four years of intramurals to receive an athletic letter.
Competition for these letters is keen.
Through promoting these activities, it is hoped that
the interest in sports will be increased and the rules of
the games more thoroughly understood by those par-
ticipating in them.
Miss Ellene Edmond, Coach,
Patricia Jones, Veronica D'Alessandro
Edith Barbour, Barbara Hatzmann,
f, I ' ,lgist Row Cleft to Rightj: Catherine Dennis, Dorothy Nicholas, .loan Jelenek, Patricia Jones, Mary Lou Wat-
6-' U, A 'Uh ins. Second Row fLeft to Righty: Joan Shute, Veronica D'Alessandro, Patricia Murphy, Alba Pagura, Priscilla
lo M fi' ' Dickson, Peggy Minich, Joy Camera, Barbara Hatzmann.
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Richard, Jean Brogan, Rosalie Steponaitis, Marilyn Rakcclry, Elizabeih
Girhiny, Claudehe Gaulin, Mary Herlihy, Priscilla Dickson. Second Row
lleft io Rightj: Josephine Ferraro, Mary Remling, lda Migliarese, Delma
Mann, Eleanor Lemon, Alice Wright, Patricia Cudney, Dorothy Huff, Ann
N iw Haggeriy, Frieda Kirby. Third Row lLeft lo Rlglillz Frank Malra, Bruce
lllili, Thompson, Robert Collin, Elmer Slriba, William Nixon, Miles Nixon, Theo-
',i lil, dore London, Fred Opie. Fourth Row CLeft io Righrjz John Forman, Peier
KADUATION Oley, Paul Niebanck, James McElwain, Neil Gollogly, Gerald Cosgrove,
l Lorenzo Moraia, Hugh Nicol.
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Remling, Josephine Ferraro. Second Row
CLeft to Rightjz Ida Migliarese, Lawrence
Kroggel, Patricia Cudney, Patricia Jones.
Third Row Cleft to RightJ:Constance Cudney,
Joan Marie Richard, Miss Verena Deuel,
The Latin Club, organized several years
previously, was revived in 1946. A Con-
stitution was drawn up and the name given
to the club was Laeti Latini or the Happy
Latins. The club is under the guidance of
Miss Deuel. The meetings are held once a
month. Among their activities the members
especially enioy the annual Christmas par-
ty and a party or outing which is held at
the end of the year. In 1948 the club ioined
the Junior Classical League. It is a nation-
wide club for Latin students. Members may
purchase pins, and an occasional publica-
tion is received from the national organ-
ization containing news of other clubs.
The oiticers for 1949-1950 are:
Pat Cudney ................................ President
Larry Kroggel ....... ..... V ice-President
Pat Jones ........... ......... S ecretary
lda Miglia rese ....... ....... T reasurer
Seated on Floor fLeft to Rightl: Claire Bar-
ton, Constance Croke. First Row CLett to
Rightl: Ann Quain, Edmund Boynton, Rose-
mary Ward, Miss Elizabeth MacFarland,
Marion Lofaro, Marguerite Timmings. Second
Row lLett to Rightjz Edith Barbour, Sue Oley,
Barbara Lofaro, William Suter, Elmer Skiba,
Paul Niebanck, Ann McLoughlin, Peter Oley,
Anne Drahos, Ann Tompkins, Stephen Kad-
lec, Dorothy Nicholas, Patsy Venitucci.
The French Club started its activities thi
year by electing Rosemary Ward, Presi
dent, Marion Lofaro, Vice-President, Mar
guerite Timmings, Secretary, and Edmunn
Boynton, Treasurer. At this meeting, wt
also decided to hold evening meeting
once a month. The programs were de
signed to further the student's interests i
the French language and customs. The clu'
also sponsored a very successful dance oi.
of the receipts of which a donation wc
sent to a French orphanage.
On the lighter side all members of th
club enjoyed the gay Christmas Party, th
crepe suzettes of the February meeting
and the ever popular Spring picnic 1
First Row CLeft to Rightjz Ida Casey, Jose-
phine Leggio, Florence Bartal, Rose Miller.
Second Row Cleft to Rightj: Maxine Cohen,
Beatrice Donnelly, Mr. Ralph Williams, Con-
stance Cudney, Florence Fiala. Third Row
CLeft to Rightja Florence Vecsey, Shirley Volk,
Carol McAlear, Clare Barton, Regina Rem-
The Journalism Club was organized by
a group of ambitious students who were
eager to show they could do what had
failed so often in the past-publish a reg-
ular school newspaper. They not only did
this effectively and efficiently, but ran a
weekly column in the Tarrytown "Daily
News" about student activities, which did
much to promote good will throughout the
Mr. Theodore Hutchinson and Mr. Ralph
Williams did an able iob of directing the
First Table Cleft to Righti: Patsy Tornello,
Joan Hansen, Daniel DiCairano, Dolores
Bushel, Joseph Occhipinti, William Suter.
Second Row CLeft to Rightj: Marilyn Rakacky,
Dorothy Nicholas, Barbara Marasco, Jean
Gleason, Priscilla Dickson, Ena Edmonds.
Standing CLeft to Righty: Miss Rose Hofstet-
ter, Lucille DeCarlo, June Shaughnessy.
Membership in our senior high Art Club
is open to all those who are interested in
art. This year we have approximately
twenty members under the supervision of
At the beginning of the year, the fol-
lowing olticers were elected: President,
Joseph Occhipinti, Vice-President, Patsy
Tornello, Secretary, June Shaughnessy,
Treasurer, Priscilla Dickson.
The aim of the club is to promote skill
and understanding of art and to develop
a more general interest in all fields of
During the past year, our activities
included selling candy at a basketball
game, numerous luncheons, and a trip to
New York to see the Van Gogh exhibition.
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MARY J. DIMARTINO
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WILLIAM F. SUTER
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Activities: G.O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, Captain 4, Intra-
murals l, 2, 3, 4, Choral Club I, 2, Hi-Y 4.
DALLAIRE, LORRAINE DORIS
Activities: National Honor Society, G.O. 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club
I, Science Club I, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4,
Hi-Y 4, Dance Committees I, 2, 3.
DeCARLO, LUCILLE CATHERINE
Activities: G.O. 1, 2, 3, 4, "Headless Horseman" Stott 4, Art
Club 4, Treasurer 3, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Choral Club I, 2,
Dance Committees l, 2, 3, 4.
DeSOTO, MARY LOUISE
Activities: G.O. I, 2, 3, 4, Class Financial Secretary 4, Cheer-
leader 3, Choral Club 2, Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Assem-
bly Committee 2, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, 4.
DiMARTlNO MARY J.
Activities: G.O. I, 2, 3, 4, "Headless Horseman" Representative
3, French Club I, 2, Jr. Historical Society I, 2, Jr. American
Citizens 3, 4, Mixed Chorus l, 2, Library Club 1, 2, Jr. Red Cross
I, 2, 3, 4, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, 4.
DiVlCO, EMILIA TERESA
Activities: G.O. I, 2, 3, 4, Choral Club I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross
I, 2, 3, 4, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, 4.
Activities: G.O. 1, 2, 3, 4, "Headless Horseman" Stat? 4, Dra-
matics 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Choral Club 'l, 2, 3, 4, Clef
Club I, 2, Library Club l, 2, Jr. Red Cross I, 3, 4, Representative
2, Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4.
EVANS, THOMAS EDWARD
Activities: G.O. l, 2, 3, 4, "Headless Horseman" Stan 4, Jr.
Historical Society 1, Jr. American Citizens I, Varsity Football
Manager 3, Jr. Varsity Football 'l, 2, Ritle Club 'l, Intramurals
1, 2, 4, Band l, 2, 3, Orchestra 3, Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, Dance Com-
EVERETT, ANN MARIE
Activities: G.O. I, 2, 3, 4, "Headless Horseman" Staff 4, Journal-
ism Club 2, Latin Club 1, Intramurals I, 2, 4, Library Club I, Jr.
Red Cross I, 2, 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Dance Committees 2, 3, 4.
FIALA, JOHN WILLIAM
Activities: G.O. l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Baseball 3, 4, Jr. Varslty
Baseball Captain 2, Varsity Basketball 4, Jr. Varsity Basketball 3,
Captain 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country
'l, 2, Spike Shoe Club 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross I, 2,
3, 4, Jr. Ring Committee 3, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, 4.
FITZPATRICK, JOSEPH EDWARD
Activities: G.O. 1, 4, Dramatics 2, 3, Football Manager I, Crass
Country Manager 2, 3, 4, Track Manager I, 2, 3, 4, Spike Shoe
Club 3, 4, Proiection Club 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Library Club
Secretary 1, Student Patrol 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, Secretary 4, Dance
GALGANO, FRANCIS X.
Activities: G.O. 'I, 2, 3, 4: Class President 2, 3, 4: Journalism
Club 3: Varsity Football 2, 3, Captain 4: Jr'. Varsity Football I:
Track 2, 3, Captain 4: Spike Shoe Club 3, President 4: Dance Com-
mittees I, 2, 3, 4.
GIRHINY, MARGARET ANN
Activities: G.O. I, 2, 3, 4: "Headless Horseman" Staff 4: Science
Club I: Jr. American Citizens I: Intraumrals I, 2, 3, 4: Choral
Club 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 2: Library Club I, 2: Jr. Red Cross 3, 4,
Representative I, 2: Hi-Y 4: Dance Committees I, 2, 3, 4.
Activities: G.O. l, 2, 3, 4: Art Club 3, 4: Recording Crew 3, 4:
Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Choral Club I, 2, 3, 4: Clef Club I, 2, 3, 4:
Library Club I: Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4: HI-Y 2, 3, Secretary 4:
Dance Committees I, 2, 3, 4.
Activities: G.O. I, 2, 3, 4: "Headless Horseman" Stott 2, 4: Jr.
Historical Society 2: Jr. American Citizens 2: Cheerleader 3, 4:
Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Choral Club I, 2, 3, 4: Double Quartet
2, 3, 4: Clef Club 'l, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: library Club
I: Jr. Red Cross I, 2: HI-Y 3, 4: Dance Committees I, 2, 3, 4.
HONGACH, ANN MARIE
Activities: G.O. I, 2, 3, 4: "Headless Horseman" Stafl 4: Choral
Club 2, 3: Clef Club 2: Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Dance Committees
I, 2, 3, 4.
IURATO, LILLIAN NELLIE
Activities: G.O. I, 2, 3, 4: Jr. American Citizens I: Intramurals
I, 2, 3, 4: Choral Club 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 2, 3: Library Club I,
2, 3, 4: Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4: Dance Committees I, 2, 3, 4.
JASTON, JOSEPH MITCHELL
Activities: G.O. I, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Baseball 3, 4: Varsity Football
2: Jr. Varsity Football I: Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Jr. Red Cross
I, 2, 3, 4.
JELENEK, JOAN MARIE -
Actiivties: G.O. 1, 2, 3, 4: "Headless Horseman" Staff 4: Cheer-
leader 3, 4: Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Choral Club I, 2, 4: Clef Club
2, 3: Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Library Club I: Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4:
HI-Y 4: Dance Committees 'I, 2, 3, 4.
P JOHNSON, WALTER I.
Activities: G.O. I, 2, 3, 4: Art Club I: Jr. Varsity Basketball 2:
Varsity Football 3, 4: Jr. Varsity Football I, 2: Track 2, 3, 4:
Spike Shoe Club 3, 4: Rifle Club I, 2: Library Club I: Jr. Red
Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Cooking Club I.
KARPINSKI, JEAN ANNE
Activities: G.O. I, 2, 3, 4: "Headless Horseman" Stal? 4, Repre-
sentative 2: French Club I: Jr. American Citizens I, 2: Intramurals
I, 2, 3, 4: Cheerleader 2: Choral Club I, 2, 3, 4: Clef Club 1:
Library Club 3: Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Dance Committees I, 2, 3,
Activities: G.O. I, 2, 3, Representative 4: Journalism Club 3, 4:
Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4: Varsity Basketball 3, 4: Jr. Varsity Basket-
ball 2: Varsity Football 3, Co-Captain 4: Jr. Varsity Football I, 2:
Track 2, 3, 4: Spike Shoe Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4: Intramurals 3, 4:
land I, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4: Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4:
Hi-Y 2, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4: Dance Committees 'I, 2, 3, 4
Achvlfltes GO I 2 3 4 Art Club 3 4 Glee Club l, 2.
Activities: G.O. 'l, 2, 3, 4, Rifle Club 2, Glee Club l, 2, Jr. Red
Cross I, 2, 3, 4. i
UBACH, LOUISE L.
Activities: G.O. I, 2, 3, 4, "Headless Horseman" Staff 2, 3,
Photography Co-Editor 4, Yearbook Fund Raising Committee 2,
Science Club 1, Jr. Historical Society I, Jr. American Citizens 'l,
Shutterbug Club 3, Intramurals I, Choral Club I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed
Chorus 2, Library Club 2, Jr. Red Cross 'I, 2, 3, 4, Dance Commit-
tees I, 2, 3, 4.
NIEBANCK RICHARD TORNELLO, PATSY
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Activities: G.O. I, 2, 3, 4, "Headless Horseman" Representative
2, Jr. Historical Society I, Mixed Chorus 'l, 2, Jr. Red Cross I, 2,
3, 4, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, 4.
WARD, ROSEMARY BRIDGET
Activities: National Honor Society, G.O. 2, 3, 4, Representative
I, "Headless Horseman" Stat? 3, Literary Editor 4, Dramatlcs I,
French Club 3, President 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Jr. Historical Society
Secreatry 1, ViceAPresident 2, President 3, 4, Orchestra 'l, 2, 3,
Accomponist for Choral Club, Clef Club, and Double Quartet 4,
Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4.
WATERS, CONSTANCE JUNE
Activities: G.O. 'I, 2, 4, Representative 3, "Headless Horseman"
Stott 4, Dramatics 3, 4, Thespian Club President 4, Recording
Crew 3, 4, Choral Club 3, 4, Clef Club 3, 4, Library Club 3, Jr.
Red Cross 2, 3, Representative I, 4, Dance Committees 3, 4.
WATKINS, BARBARA M.
Penn Yan High School, New York, 1, 2.
Activities: G.O. 3, 4, Art Club 4, Photo raphy Club 3, Intra-
murals 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross'3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Dance
Committees 3, 4.
Activities: G.O. l, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 3, Jr. American Citizens
I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Baseball 3, Varsity Baseball 4, Baseball
Manager I, Varsity Football Manager 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Spike
Shoe Club 2, 3, Hockey 3, 4, Ritie Club 1, 2, 3, Intramurals I, 2,
3, 4, Library Club 'l, 2, Spiirt Committee 4, Hi-Y I, Dance Com-
mittees I, 2, 3, 4.
WOOD, ROBINA F.
Activities: G.O. I, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 'l, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4,
Library Club I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Committees
Activities, G.O. 1, 2, 3, 4, "Headless Horseman" Staff 2, 4,
Dramatics 2, Jr. Historical Society 1, Jr. American Citizens T,
Shutterbug Club 2, Photography Club 4, Twirler 2, 3, Drum Maior-
ette 4, Intramurals I, 2, 4, Library Club I, 2, Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 4,
Hi-Y 4, Dance Committees 1, 2, 4.
ZINGARO, ANTHONY J.
Activities: G.O. 3, 4, Representative I, 2, "Headless Horseman"
Stat? 4, Science Club I, Varsity Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basket-
ball 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Basketball 2, Varsity Football Manager 2, Jr.
Varsity Football I, Rifle Club I, 2, Intramurals I, 2, Library Club
I, 2, Jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, 4.
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1947 Music of the 1947 variety
sored the Silhouette Dance of March
eaker and ou see the Freshmen
:mother fanfare and large numerals
47 48 The Sophomore Class elects
esent school year. In the center of
see Francis Galgano, the president.
HISTORY OF CLASS OF 1950
1 946-1 947
rogram would be of interest primar- Background band music of THE ORANGE AND
all audience, The Senior Class of BLACK."
Slowly appears a montage of many pictures of
athletes, speakers, dances and similar activities Then
you hear the announcer say as there fiashes across
Galgano, Vice-President Benn and Treasurer Lofaro
uch descriptions as the following The new face you see is that of Edith Barbour secre
This marked the beginning of the tary."
new Freshman Class You are wit A new title appears and for a moment puzzles you
"The 'Schmoo' arrives at NTHS You hear the commen
tator as a scene of festivity appears on the screen 'T his
unusual dance before you is that sponsored by the
Junior Class of this year Appropnately named 'The
Schmoo Hop," it was an outstanding event I am sure
that you can distinguish between the Juniors and the
f 1946-This group you are now
cers of the Freshmen Class These
ers are President Daniel Razz: Vice
icol Secretary, Robert Norsek, and 5Cl1m00S-"
The television program Yesterdays Newsreel
What no girls?" nearing its end, but you draw your chair nearer to the
receiver as "1949-50" is flashed on the screen and the
musicbecomes noticeably faster
"Election Victors of 1948 49 Repeat' and we see
the reelection of the class officers who capably served
the class through most of its hugh school career
We have been wondering if this program was with
out commercials. The next view on the screen gives the
answer. A large number of Christmas cards appear in
rough the picture and the voice of
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Sold to you by the Class of 50
Well, even Seniors must live
"Outstanding Personalities of the Past Four Years
Here the commentator tells us lt is Impossible to show
you all the personalities of the Senior Class of 1950
who, for four years have served their school and class-
mates. Here is only a flash of some of their activities
in sports, speech, drama, music and all of the activities
of high school life."
"1950's Leading Social Event." The soft strains of
dance music reveal the Senior Ball of 1950. The com-
mentator adds, "Climaxing four years of high school
life, this dance overshadowed all of the previous social
events of this class."
A glance at our watch shows that program time is
almost over as the last caption appears on the screen.
"Tribute Paid to Sponsors." The commentator con-
tinues. "The pictures you see are those of the sponsors
of this Class of 1950 since their entrance into high
school, As Freshmen, they were advised by Miss Deuel.
As Sophomores, Miss Marion Hennessey, whom you see
at the right side of the screen, was their sponsor. As
they continued on to third year high, Mr. Hutchinson
became their sponsor. The two men seated in the front
row are Mr. Story and Mr. Hynes, sponsors of the class
in their senior year."
"Yesterday's Newsreel "is completed and we turn
off the television receiver feeling that we have relived
the greatest four years of our lives.
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that the architect will be Fred Travis. Interior decora-
tors, Barbara Marasco and Dolores Bushel, will super-
vise the furnishings and Louise Ubach and Robina
Wood have been hired as proiectionists with Marion
Lofaro as head cashier.
One of the bills being studied by the State Legisla-
ture is the N.T.H.S. Improvement Bill, which was intro-
duced by Assemblyman Sam Amato and Senator Dan
Rizzi. The bill calls for fire proof smoking rooms, a tele-
vision set in Study Hall and another in the Library, and
refreshment stands in Study Hall. Assemblymen Bob
Palka and Art Weeks are expected to approve the
measure this week.
Perhaps you you have seen the new French Coif-
fures on the B.B.B. CBeekman Bevy of Beautiesj re-
cently. The reason is that a new beauty salon has been
opened on Beekman Boulevard by Mary DiMartino
and Mary DeSoto. Miss DeSoto was formerly with
Angelo de Pal of the Ritz in Paris. Assistants in the
new shop will be Carole Cudney, Mary Yarabek, and
Joe Riccardella, who were all trained at the Pincurl
School of Technology.
Don Pastell and Walter "Weismuller" Johnson have
returned from a sea trip to the Artic. Accompanying
them on the trip was First Mate John S.S. Beni, who
was washed overboard and had to be rescued by
Walter. The purpose of the trip was to find out if
igloos are fire proof.
Terry Chambers, new owner of the Van Tassel
Apartments, has hired Francis "Primo" Galgano, John
"Sampson" Fiala, and Tom "Rocker" McCarthy of
Their press agent, Alile May Beekman, will ioin them
some time next month with the bookings for their forth
coming tour in Central Africa.
Latest fashions from the "Freddie Knieriem Fashion
Shop" were shown last night. Highlighting the eve-
ning was a pair of red, white, and blue shoes, which
were designed by Lil lurato, noted fashion expert.
The shoes are to be worn on patriotic days only. Jean
Karpinski and Barbara Watkins, who arrived with Mr.
Knieriem, will model other exotic creations direct from
For their splendid record of the past year Chief of
Police .loan "Deadeye" Murphy and her police force,
including Sergeant Ann Everett, and Patrolmen Ann
Hongach, Ronald Breau, and Barbara Hatzmann were
feted at a dinner recently at Zingie's Cozy Hillside.
Also present was Craig Smith who has advanced from
position of G-Man to head of the F.B.l. Head Waitress
Roni "Shoestring" D'Alessandro had complete charge
of the dinner. Providing some excitement was the
broken "coke" pipe which was immediately fixed by
Averiel Berg of the Donovan Plumbing Co. Pastries
and champagne were supplied by Maxine Cohen of
Mace Baked Goods and Liquor Co.
Rosemary Ward, noted dramatic artist, and Anna
Lanza, famous opera star, are touring France with
their secretaries, Lillian Vidal and Margaret Girhiny.
Bea Donnelly, author of "How to
Alienate People" and Marie Payne,
ried A Yankee," have left on a trip to
information for a new book.
Doctor Larry Kroggel, M.M. D., P
today on the new super-liner "S.S.
has recently perfected a pill designed
studying for exams. On board also
Richard Niebanck who has been on a
Marilyn Maher, noted concert
recital next Saturday evening at
songs have been written by Peggy
composer of the recent hit, "l'm O
Siberia." Jone Jelenek will perform
of turning Miss Maher's music.
Miss Connie Waters, voted "Hostess
by the nation's leading women's
entertained Dot Koval and Connie
leaving tomorrow to resume their duties
with the U.N.
By Marilyn Maher, Beatrice
The National Honor Society was founded in 1921
forthe purpose of recognizing outstanding ability and
achievement in the schools of our country. It now has
3 206 chapters representing 48 states, the District of
Columbia, and American schools outside of the United
To be eligible for membership, a pupil must rank
scholastically in the upper third of his class and must
show excellence in character, leadership and service
to the school. Not more than 15'K: of those receiving
diplomas may be members.
The North Tarrytown Chapter was formed in 1937.
ATIO AL HCNOR SCDCIETY
JAMES TUREK AWARD
The most recent scholastic award at North Tarrytown is the James
Turek Memorial Award given to a deserving member of the Senior
Class, on the basis of citizenship and scholarship.
Mr. Turek's unceasing work at North Tarrytown will never be for-
gotten, and this award symbolizes his genuine interest in the scholastic
advancement of young people.
The pupil who is to receive the award is selected from the gradu-
ating class of that year by a committee of teachers and Mrs. Catherine
Turek Favareau, sponsor of the award. The presentation is made during
t e ass Night activities in June. The purpose of the award is to help
the pupil further his education.
Miss Nancy Scribano was given the award last year. Miss Scribano
was active in numerous school activities, a member of the National
Honor Society. She is now attending Mount St. Vincent College.
- Ann Everett.
Seated Kleft to Rightlz Averiel Berg, Lorraine Dal-
laire, Maxine Cohen, Allie May Beekman, Con-
stance Niemiec, Joan Murphy. Standingl Left to
Rightj: Mr. Ray Miller, Advisory John Barr, Richard
Niebanck, Craig Smith, Larry Kraggel. CNat in
First Row flett to Rightl: Norman Gorenllo, Anthony Manna, Daniel
Rizzi, Joseph Fitzpatrick. Second Row Cleft to Rightj: Neil Gollogly, Ray-
CROSS COUNTRY COACHES
Mr. Harold Rasbeck
Mr. Edward Fitzpatrick
mond Margotta, Andrew Garrant, Robert Norsek, Robert Caposella. Third
Row fleft to Rightl: Bert Heltenstein, Paul Niebanck, Martin Bednar,
The N.T. Harriers, under the faithful
and inspiring direction of Coaches Ras-
beck and Edward Fitzpatrick, completed
the season with four wins and three de-
feats, first place in the N.T. Invitational
and sixth in the Section I Meet. Bob Norsek
was Captain, and award winners include:
Marty Bednar, Bob Norsek, Dick Nie-
banck, Neil Gollogly, Andy Garrant, Jack
Gallagher, Dan Garrant, Bob Capossela,
and Joe Fitzpatrick.
- RICHARD NIEBANCK.
With another season of baseball return-
ing, the Headless Horsemen will have to
dig their spikes pretty deep into Donohue
Field to come up with a decent record.
Coach Ray Willmott will have only tive
veterans returning to the squad.
However, the hard fighting up-and-go
of all candidates many turn losses into
victories and bring the Horsemen to the
top of the H.R.L. pile. Those veterans
returning are: Joe Jaston, regular receiver
last.year, Major McCarthy, a twirler who
can throw with either hand, Tony Zingaro,
a small boy in height, but a big man at
bat, Muncher Fiala, a utility man, who
played all positions, and Freddy Knieriem,
a fly snatcher with a good batting eye.
First Row fLeft to rightj: Patsy Venitucci, John Fiala, Joseph Jaston, Robert
Nichol, Anthony Zingaro, Fred Knieriem, Robert Maher, Hugh Nicol,
Arthur Weeks, Walter Ceconi. Second Row Cleft to Rightlz Mr. Raymond
Willmott, Henry Brown, George Raishy, Gerald Cosgrove, Thomas
McCarthy, Beniamin Edmonds, Courtice Dearman, James McElwain, Wil-
liam Tait, John Ragusa, James Powers, John Mansa, Frank Camilliere,
Stephen Kosilla, Joseph lurato, Nato Barone, George Vargo.
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Likes: People in general, some in particular.
Dislikes: Sweet potatoes.
Ambition: To be the first woman to win the
Cleveland Air Races.
likes: Wrestling on television.
Dislikes: Certainly not food.
Ambition: To build a bridge
likes: life inot the magazinel.
Dislikes: Brooklyn Dodgers.
Ambition: To be a sports writer.
Haunts: Beekman Avenue.
BEEKMAN, ALLIE MAY
likes: Banana Splits.
Ambition: To get a steady iob as cook and
Ambition: To be President.
Pastime: Being with Mary.
Haunts: Over the Hills.
Dislikes: Staying home evenings.
Ambition: To go to college and later get
Pastime: Dancing, skating, and swimming.
Haunts: 75 Pocantico Street.
Dislikes: Catty people.
Ambition: To be a success
Haunts: White Plains.
in the business
likes: Having lots of friends.
Dislikes: Jealous people.
Ambition: To have as good a time in college
as I had in N.T.
Pastime: Dates with Mace.
Haunts: Here, there, and everywhere.
Dislikes: Silly people.
Ambition: To go to heaven.
Pastime: Riding in a '41 Chevy.
Haunts: Na one and no place.
Likes: My Tom, meatball sandwiches, and
Dislikes: "N.Y. Times" and conceited people.
Ambition: To be happily married.
Pastime: Riding in a '37 Dodge.
Haunts: Dobbs Ferry.
Dislikes: Lazy boys.
Ambition: To raise my Art standard.
Haunts: Strand Theatre.
Likes: Children, and Sarah Vaughn's sing-
Dislikes: Being quiet, gossip, and egotistical
Ambition: To find the best things in life.
likes: Most people and things.
Dislikes: Conceited people.
Ambition: To get a member of the opposite
Pastime: Knitting and eating.
Haunts: All familiar places.
likes: My man.
Dislikes: Not being with W.J.K.
Ambition: To break the bank at Monte
Haunts: Here and there.
Dislikes: School and work.
Ambition: To watch the Giants end up in the
Pastime: Trying to catch up with Bob Nicol.
Likes: Hot-fudge sundaes and dogs.
Dislikes: Homework and the city.
Ambition: To get my driver's license.
Ambition: To be a teacher.
Haunts: Beekman Avenue.
Dislikes: Talkative women.
Ambition: To be a teacher.
Likes: "Fearless Fosdick."
Dislikes: The lst at Sleep Hollow.
Ambition: Double Artie Shaw's record.
Pastime: 9.9 Hundred.
likes: Riding in cars.
Dislikes: Short boys and worries.
Ambition: To get rich quickly.
Haunts: Tarry Diner.
Likes: Blue eyes, and blond or light brown
Dislikes: Freckles and cats.
Ambition: To gain ten pounds.
Pastime: Movies and dances with--?
Likes: Sleep, chow mein, and meatball sand-
Dislikes: Hearing the alarm clock ring in
Ambition: To be a medical secretary, and
to grow long nails.
Pastime: Listening to Jean's telephone con-
Likes: Boys over 18.
Dislikes: Conceited people.
Ambition: To live a long, easy life.
Pastime: Riding in a '49 Chevy.
Haunts: Here and there.
Likes: Swimming and children.
Dislikes: People who take their
Ambition: To find one.
Pastime: Getting into trouble.
likes: Joan and Pepsi-Cola.
Dislikes: All girls except one.
Ambition: To be a bookkeeper.
Pastime: Vacationing at Tierney's.
Haunts: Sleepy Hollow Country Club.
JELEN EK, "JONE"
Dislikes: No mail.
Ambition: To get my M.R.S. degree, and a
good iob in the city.
Pastime: Writing letters
Haunts: The Crest.
likes: Taking it easy.
Ambition: To be a millionaire.
likes: People who mind their own business.
Dislikes: Talkative people.
Ambition: To put on some weight.
likes: Cauliflower, and American History.
Dislikes: "literature and life in England."
Ambition: To own a car.
Pastime: Driving around.
Haunts: Strand on "Dish" night.
Likes: Dramatics and clubs.
Dislikes: Long assignments.
Ambition: To be a doctor.
and riding in a '50
IContin ued on Page 792
Being of an altruistic nature, we, the Class of '50, as we set out on the bumpy road to
leave everything to the underclassmen of dear old N.T.
TO THE JUNIORS, we leave so that they may become the sophisticated Seniors.
TO THE SOPHOMORES, we leave a locket containing a list of our mistakes as a
class, and a large trunk containing the records of our scholastic, athletic, social, and
TO THE YOUNG AND UNSOPHISTICATED FRESHMEN, we leave a map of the
school building so that they will not get lost and roam about in everybody's way looking
for their class rooms.
TO MR. STORY, we bequeath the Class of '51 and ask him to watch over them as
faithfully and as well as he watched over us. We also hope he gets a little of the peace and
quiet he so heartily deserves after herding our flock through a happy but noisy year.
I, EDITH BARBOUR, leave to somebody in the Junior Class my position as class
secretary, and to W. I., my school spirit.
I, JOHN BARR, leave my position as chief operator of Mrs. Hansen's Projection
Crew to anyone who can stand the headaches involved.
I, MARTIN BEDNAR, leave.
I, ALLIE MAY BEEKMAN, leave my desk in Study Hall to my little brother, Buster.
I, JOHN BENI, leave my girl, Mary Shroba, for no one to take out.
I, AVERIEL BERG, leave Jimmy Donovan, but only for a year.
I, JEANETTE BRIDEAU, leave my seat in Study Hall for the remaining Brideaus.
I, DOLORES BUSHEL, leave my cedar chest to any girl with hopes.
I, TERRY CHAMBERS, leave my convertibles to enter an Austin.
I, MAXINE COHEN, leave N.T. with happy memories of the combination-"Bread
I, CAROLE CUDNEY, leave my sisters, Pat and Connie, my three year collection of
the "New York Times" magazines and the "News of the Week in Review."
WE, RONI D'A1.ESSANDRO AND LORRAINE DALLAIRE, leave to ioin Frank A.
and Tommy C., who've been waiting over a year.
I, LUCILLE DeCARLO, leave to Mr. Story, the rest of the DeCarlo clan.
WE, MARY DeSOTO AND LILLIAN IURATO, leave Barbara Muskewicz to eat dough-
nuts alone every seventh period.
I, MARY DiMARTINO, leave school to enter new fields.
I, HONEY DiVlCO, leave nothing, as what I have is up in Tarrytown.
WE, BEATRICE DONNELLY and Marilyn Maher, leave nothing, because we are
I, TOMMY EVANS, leave all the girls in Elmsford, except one, to Frank Camillieri
and John Ragusa.
I, ANN EVERETT, leave my seat in Study Hall to my younger brothers, Russie and
Eddie, with the hope that they have as much fun in school as I had, and that they might
accomplish a little more.
I, JOHN "MUNCHER" FIALA, leave my ability to make touchdowns that don't
count, to any football player that wants it.
I, JOSEPH FITZPATRICK, leave my position of track manager to Teddy Agar.
I, F. X. GALGANO, leave my fine attendance at gym classes to two capable
receivers, Walt Ceconi and Joe Occhipinti.
I, MARGE GIRHINY, leave my sister Betty, my troubles and worries along with her
I, JEAN GLEASON, leave my one worry a year behind me.
I, BARBARA HATZMANN, leave the Study Hall in a mess so that my father will
always be sure of a iob.
I, ANN HONGACH, leave my love for tall boys to any girl who loves to stretch
I, JOSEPH JASTON, leave with but one regret, that I can't take Joan with me.
WE, JOAN JELENEK AND JEAN SLATTERY, leave by rocket ship to Mars.
I, WALTER JOHNSON, leave my flashy yellow suspenders to any boy who can't
afford a belt.
WE, JEAN KARPINSKI AND FRED KNIERIEM, leave our short romance to any couple
who want the enioyment that goes with it.
I, DOROTHY KOVAL, leave with my diploma after twelve years of "hard" work.
I, LARRY KROGGEL, leave my hectic play rehearsals to Jimmy Neevel.
I, ANNA LANZA, leave my love for flying to anyone who can take the discouraging
remarks that go with it.
I, MARY LEGGIO, leave in my 1950 White Buick Convertible.
I, MARION LOFARO, leave to Barbara, the last of the Lofaros, an empty seat in
Study Hall, may it forever be humble.
I, IRENE MANN, leave to my sisters, Delma and Geneva, and to my brother, Joseph
J. all the happiness that they can possibly get from going to school.
I, BARBARA MARASCO, leave a blank space in the class will to some future senior
with a good imagination.
I, THOMAS McCARTHY, leave my vivid imagination to the equally imaginative
I, PEGGY MINICH, leave my love for leather pocketbooks to Joy Camera.
I, JOAN MURPHY, leave at N.T. my "Graduation Blues" in exchange for "Navy
I, BOB NICOL, leave to make room for two future "AlI Americans," "Little" John
and Hughie, the best brothers a fellow could have.
I, RICHARD NIEBANCK, leave my place on the cross-country team to my brother,
Paul, in the hope that he will decide to go out for it.
I, CONNIE NIEMIEC, leave my daily trips to Room 34, to any future senior who
enjoys walking as much as I do.
I, ROBERT NORSEK, leave to Neil, Andy, and Jack, fuutre H.R.L. Championships.
I, DONALD PASTELL, leave N.T. for a "delightful" job in General Motors.
I, ANGELO PAOLANTONIO, leave my seats in Study Hall to Alex Lazor and "Gig"
I, MARY PAYNE, leave my happy days at N.T. to my sister Joan.
I, JOSEPH PORCANO, leave my high scholastic standing to anyone who wants to
try to match it.
I, JO RICCARDELLA, leave my cup of tea at 3:30 in Mr. Hynes' class to my sister
I, DANNY RIZZI, leave to wait for Alice Powers.
I, CRAIG SMITH, leave my iob as a proiectionist to anyone who wants a standing
excuse for being late to classes.
I, MARION SMITH, leave my sweater and dungarees to anyone who wants to be
comfortable in school.
I, WILLIAM FREDERICK SUTER, leave my be-bop shoes with the chains on them
to the other half of the gruesome-twosome, Herbert Ira Helfinstein.
I, PATSY TORNELLO, leave my seat in Study Hall to my sister, "Cookie,"
I, FRED TRAVIS, leave my liking for science to anyone who wants it.
I, LOUISE UBACH, leave my "I00'I" baby sitting jobs to anyone who finds time to
I, LILLIAN VIDAL, leave N.T. after a hard struggle.
I, ROSEMARY WARD, leave my place in French Club to Marguerite Timmings who
"parle bien francais."
fContinued on Page 801
School opened September 7. Among
our faculty friends, there were several
new faces. The first few weeks of school
were very hectic with organizations mak-
ing plans for the coming year. The foot-
ball season started with the loss of the
Hastings game. The Freshman Class held
election of officers. Good old N.T. was
really beginning to hum after that long
Showing its true colors, the football
team bounded back to garner its first foot-
ball win of the season against mighty
Middletown. The following Saturday N.T.
suffered its second defeat of the season
against Ossining. The next week a dream
of long standing was fulfilled when N.T.
played its first football game on its own
home field against Peekskill. It was during
this game that N.T. found the winning com-
bination which continued throughout the
remainder of the season. Rehearsals for
the three-act play were begun under the
direction of Mr. Kalinger. The evening of
Freshman initiation, the Freshman Class
found its fears were groundless. After be-
ing put to the task by the Seniors, all got
together for an evening social. Our first
professional assembly was an enioyable
skit, "The Importance of Being Earnest,"
by the Conservatory Players of New York.
The first dance of the year was sponsored
by the Spike Shoe Club. A nice crowd
The busy month of November got off to
a flying start with an assembly of school
talent under the direction of Miss Marion
Hennessey. Our third professional assem-
bly was an unusual film on "Animals Un-
aware." It was presented by Howard
Cleaves who also gave an interesting
talk. The long awaited W.I.-N.T. game
was upon us, and the end ofa hard fought
game showed N.T. the victor, 20-0. That
evening we all ioined in the gym for an
enioyable "Victory Dance." Social life
continued on this high level with the
Autumn Serenade presented by the Junior
Class. The G.O. production of that hila-
rious comedy, "The Board House Reach,"
RICHARD S. DICICCO
MARY IRENE SHOP
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MR. AND MRS. DANIEL F. MURPHY
MR. AND MRS. ANDREW HONGACH
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mary Ward brought further honors to
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gional Radio Contest held at Peekskill.
This month's activities started with a
bright note as the basketball team opened
its season with a convincing win over
Alexander Hamilton of Elmsford. N.T.
fielded the first ice hockey team in the his-
tory of the school. The Junior Historical
Society, sponsored a dance with a "South
Pacific" motif which will long be remem-
bered. N.T. opened the Hudson River
League by upsetting the highly regarded
Ossining Indians. N.T. was represented at
the Hi-Y Assembly at Albany by Fred
Knieriem and Barbara Hatzmann. Our
future actors were given an opportunity
to obtain needed experience when Mr.
Kalinger formed the Thespian Club.
School closed for the Christmas vacation
after the Christmas show presented by the
Music Department. Our well-known Christ-
mas Carols instilled the season's spirit in
the hearts of everyone.
On the morning of January 3, the ex-
cited students were seen returning to
school discussing their activities of the
vacation period and the many presents
received. The long awaited N.T.-W.l. bas-
ketball game was held in our gym, but the
Authors proved to be the better team that
evening and walked off the court with the
long end of the score. Activities came to a
halt as all students prepared for the com-
ing Regents exams and mid-years. The
tension of the week was relieved by the
Senior Dance. One of the biggest upsets
of the 1950 scholastic cage season was
supplied when the basketball team de-
feated White Plains.
Lady luck did not smile on the basket-
ball team as N.T. lost close games to Hast-
ings and Ossining, but won an overtime
thriller from Peekskill. The athletic award
assembly was held and Howard Kelly of
W.l. received recognition as the most valu-
able player of the W.I.-N.T. game. Joseph
Occhipinti and William Palmer won the
award for the best defense in the W.l.-N.T.
game with John Beni and Walter Ceconi
capping honors for the most valuable
players of the year. Those of us who were
lucky enough to see the Elementary School
play will long remember the fine perform-
ances these youngsters gave.
Excitement was at fever pitch as the
basketball season drew to a close and
N.T. was selected to be host school for the
annual Hudson River League All-Star
game. During these trying times the Fresh-
man Dance presented an opportunity for
relaxation and enjoyment which was
accepted by many of the students. As in
the past, the extemporaneous speaking
contest thrilled a large crowd which was
amazed by the silver-tongued oratory.
The ever-popular Music Festival lived up
to the high standards set in previous
years. lts well-arranged program was en-
thusiastically received by all.
The large group that attended the
Sophomore Dance left the impression that
this class had topped its long-standing
reputation of giving a most enjoyable so-
cial and evening of dancing. The French
and Thespian Clubs gave all of N.T.'s Hill-
Billies a chance to enioy themselves to the
fullest by presenting the school's first
After borrowing most of its talent from
the Thespian Club, the G.O. presented its
second dramatic production of the year.
The sports world was again making news
as the baseball and track teams prepared
for their seasons. Honors were bestowed
upon deserving students, a large group
was inducted into the National Honor
Society. Among the large crowd which
attended the Boys' Hi-Y Dance was a
group that had a secondary motive. Be-
sides having an evening of enioyment,
they felt the need to limber up for the
always popular Junior-Senior Ball.
Throughout the month, activities have
been held to a minimum and excitement
has continued to grow. Final exams were
successfully conquered. The Junior-Senior
Ball proved to be the focal point of the
social season. A large crowd danced and
enioyed themselves thoroughly. The grand
climax of the Seniors' scholastic life began
with Baccalaureate Services, followed by
the light-hearted frills of Class Night. The
long-awaited moment arrived when all of
our senior friends received their diplomas
and left N.T. seeking new fields to
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LOW DOWN - !Contirwrd from P4190 671 NORTH TARRYTOWN, N. Y
Likes: Flying, horses, and dogs.
Dislikes: Conceited people and homework.
Ambition: To get my pilot's license and to
Pastime: Hiking with Rhett.
Dislikes: Seltish people.
Ambition: To be a secretary.
Pastime: Visiting other movie theaters.
Haunts: The Strand.
likes: People with artistic ability. ,
Dislikes: "Tea at three-thirty."
Ambition: To become a follower of "Doc"
Rasbeck's theory on "Women Need Not
Pastime: Worrying about the things I should
Dislikes: To be teased.
Ambition: To travel.
Pastime: Making new friends.
Haunts: The Mailbox.
Likes: Getting mail.
Dislikes: Short men.
Ambition: To become a teacher.
Pastime: Buying stationery.
Dislikes: Classical music.
Ambition: To be a millionaire.
Dislikes: "The Wall" and "Cats."
Ambition: To grow nails.
Pastime: Driving a blue Ford.
Likes: No can tell.
Dislikes: Homework and the "N.Y. Times."
Ambition: To live a long, happy life.
Pastime: Watching T.V.
Likes: Music and French.
Ambition: To be a diplomat.
Pastime: Directing shows.
Haunts: Philipse Castle CPCRl
Likes: Dramatics and clubs.
Dislikes: Jealous people.
Ambition: To become a nurse.
Likes: '49 Chevy.
Dislikes: Conceited people.
Ambition: To marry a millionaire.
Pastime: Driving around.
Haunts: Here and there.
Likes: Everybody and music.
Dislikes: To be called by my last name.
Ambition: To be a dairy former.
Pastime: "l'm Always Chasing Rainbows."
Haunts: Old Fords Kl926'sJ.
Likes: La vie.
Dislikes: Lo vitesse.
Ambition: Avoir une bonne vie.
Pastime: Manger et dormir.
Haunts: Les champs et les routes.
Likes: He's a secret.
Dislikes: Reading the "New York Times."
Ambition: To become a private secretary.
Haunts: Nowhere in particular.
Likes: My four years at N.T.
Dislikes: Certain memories.
Ambition: To love once, but truly.
Pastime: Playing canasta with--?
Likes: "Sugar and Spice ond Everything
Ambition: To go "Sailing, Sailing."
Pastime: "Music, Music, Music."
Haunts: "Way Back Home."
Likes: Music and Art.
Dislikes: Narrow-minded people.
Ambition: To be a Draftsman.
Haunts: Ernie's and Doc's.
Likes: Pennsylvania Yankees.
Dislikes: People who stare.
Ambition: To be a "snake-charmer."
Likes: The Brooklyn Dodgers.
Dislikes: New York Giants.
Ambition: To go to college.
Pastime: Smoking cigars.
Haunts: The New Varsity.
Likes: Sports, dancing, and ieans.
Dislikes: School dances.
Ambition: To go to business school.
Ambition: To see the world.
Likes: Good food, gunnery, and travel.
Dislikes: Grammar and the "New Deal."
Ambition: To go treasure hunting.
Pastime: Guitar playing, out of town.
Haunts: V.T. and the open road.
Likes: Bowling ond dancing.
Dislikes: Cliques and rain.
Ambition: To be a singer.
Pastime: Movies and television.
Haunts: Von Tassel Pharmacy.
Likes: Blue eyes.
Dislikes: Little boys who "cut in."
Ambition: "I wanna live."
Pastime: ? ? ? ? ?
Likes: "The 3rd Mast."
Dislikes: Conceited people.
Ambition: To be a policeman.
Haunts: Tornello's Gas station.
Likes: Radio and television.
Dislikes: Getting out of bed in the morning.
Ambition: To be a success in the tield of
Pastime: Drinking coffee.
Haunts: Tarry Grill.
Dislikes: The "N.Y. Times."
Ambition: To travel.
Pastime: Doing homework.
Haunts: No one spot.
Likes: Being a maiorette.
Dislikes: Deceitful people who gossip.
Ambition: To get rich quickly.
Pastime: Being with "Terry" and "Pat."
Haunts: "The House of Hits."
Dislikes: Silly girls.
Ambition: To make a million.
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I, BARBARA WATKINS, leave my fondness for history to my sister, "Doody."
I, CONNIE WATERS, leave my love of acting to anyone who can "cooperate and
keep silent" at rehearsals.
I, ARTIE WEEKS, leave my position on the Hockey Team to anyone who has two
front teeth to lose.
I, ROBINA WOOD, leave with my driving license and diploma.
I, MARY YARABEK, leave in hope that my sister Ann makes Cheerleading, my friend
Barbara Jackson makes Twirling, and to any girl who wants to get out in front, I leave
my position as maiorette.
Now that we have divested of all our charms,intelligence, etc., we close this, Our Last
Will and Testament.
Katrina Van Tassel
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