Northern Valley Regional High School - Northern Lights Yearbook (Demarest, NJ)

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Q K f f f LIL K -if gill 'dj f 6 K x , :Ll T C I Q di X X X X X Dedication Ours IS a specual story ot whnch only the Class of 1959 can boast Northern Valley and our class now share the unxque drstnnctuon ot a tour year coexistence for we slmul taneously started our careers Northern Valley belng our home we being Northern Valleys original family Having been so well equupped for our diverse oblectrves by our parent school we wash to leave some fragments ot our being as touchstones tor students to follow We leave the future ot our Alma Mater IH the hands of anonymous children who wall also be fostered by Northern Valley , . . . . I . , . f Mr Frank J Hurley Superintendent Preceedmg classes spent part of thenr tume an one of three hugh schools before entering Northern Valley The class of 1959 ns the first graduating group to have been here for thelr full hugh school career Thus an the opmlon of many IS one of our most Important "firsts ' Smce you are our first class through the school we are most onxnous for your future success. May you go forth wnth every confidence ,'L " . l. 1 1 . . 7, n, ' wt" ,.. , fi . . , ' I I ' I ' ll ll ' Af Z if Mr Donotd T Dui Prmcupal To the Ctass of N959 tn September N955 you came trom the seven eternentory schoots ot Northern Vohey as our 'Frrst Freshman dass You had the chahenge ot devetoprng a new schoot durrng your our years here an we are truty obhgated to you tor what ever tradrtrons you have hetped to estobhsh Your rnchvxduot and dass contrrbutrons are apprecrcted As oturnnr, we trust you wth recah the happy hours spent at Northern Vohey, and that you wth contrnue to be proud and toyat boosters God be wrth you wherever you are 'Q pl Y' f ' P 1 R -,."y"' I! ' 'X' Q. -L t -- Taxi Q Q fl v h E , d ' - ,-'Sf' M John Howarth VrcePrrnc1pal History s ab y t e graduating class of 7959 will make a lasting Impression upon our com munmes For many of y u further schooling IS forthcoming or many others perhaps your chosen occupation and still ot ers military service In any event your education will continue Congratulations upon reaching this mllesto e rn your career good luck and success for a y further as you undertake We are very proud to have known you and to ave h d a a part IH the building of your future out to unfold and ou h CDFFICE STAFF pig' new-,..,,,,, 'yew' Us" QNKX lb' PM f .....a., 5, Just as every orgomzatnon Includes vltal committees so Northern Valley needs certain staffs to unsure nts successful and eftlclent operatnon One of these groups ln our school IS the omce staff three hard workmg ladues who devote much time toward the betterment of Northern Valley Not only do they asslst the Internal GHCIIYS of Northern Valley by aldmg the teachers and students who so often demand clerical service but also they are responsible for much of our external relations for the mann ottlce IS usually the first place whuch a vusntor to our school will enter How mdlspensable thus staff has become to Valleys life' If GJ' 2 emi? GUIDANCE STAFF .Y 'L pls Mass L M Trexler Guidance Director To the Members of the Class of 1959 May the spmt the enthusiasm the desure to serve always challenge you to do your very best Strive to emulate good sportsmanshlp loyalty fauthfulness self reluance concern for others and the desnre to do lust a little more than as expected Incorporate these attntudes unto your plan of llfe as you go forth to take your place nn the world of work or to tram for the future and you shall meet wnth success and happmess You the class of 1959 are the first class to have been nnculcated wnth four years of our eclucatlonal phalosophy If you wnll embrace these teachmgs and make them an Integral part of your own phulosophy you may expect to enloy a life of dedication and service to your communuty and manlund BOARD OF EDUCATIGN Seated Mr Vnctor DeMartlm Vlce Presudent Mr Elbert G Bellows Mr C D Morelln Mr W O Teeters Mr Edwnn F Mundy Presudent Mr J C Hartwug Secretary Mr A Wnllram Holmberg M Donald T Dut? Prmcnpal fAbsent Mr E H Schoonmakerll The Board of Education a body of dedncated cutnzens from our regnonal dlstrnct forms the executlve committee of Northern Valley They make Important policy declslons and recommend to the varlous departments methods for wrse and proper departmental operation At present they are busnly at work wnth a myramud of details and problems concerning the building of a new school John M. Mullins, Mr. Arthur O. Wurtmann. Standing: Mr. Frank Hurley, Superintendent, and Mr. . I . .. . . . I ff! ffWffZ M, , f X Y ffffif Al' ' W W 'ff' fr1f"2jZ!!f7f 1 l KW ffmw - , ff,f'ffff,, ff! 5,511 i, ,-fffffryy Inf' ' ' I! 'l"' V 4 ,. W' I 1 .xv- a FACULTY N 7 s-f Gladys Akllllan MA Chemnstry is N in-f 5 Harold A Brown MA Muslc Education Karl H Curr MA Mechanical Drawnng Henry J Dotson, .lr Engllsh Socnal Studnes Drivers Educatuon Q11 cv Albert A Fossa, BS 12 Physlcs Ester Asher M Sc S A Gundance Englush Socual Studues Peter Crmmmo MA Mathematncs M Sherman E Dance Art Educatnon val? 15.44 A Erber, B A Busmess Educatuon N-37' George Garbacuo M Mathematics an-. A dk 1'-v Emma Audesrrk MS Busmess Education rib if x D Anthony V Colantom Science Mathematics nl Hannah Decker M A Social Studies English 92 L 'Si' IQ'-ti ,.,,f ' '. xr' 'J E' A91 at 'A 1 Q-...-. .41 Dorothy Berryman Blology General Scsence fs John J Conlon MA Latnn Englush ? Xwp Rose DeRosa BA Buslness Education up-I 'Vs Edward P FntzS:mmons Eileen FOPN-Hlato MS Englush Soclal Studues 1 v- Mary C Hastmgs, BS Home Economucs Llbrarlan .... If Joseph W Hemtz BA PhD French , , - " .V Q, Xi. Q v--- I 4 V Q y A ..- ' . . . 1 - -1 , . . . ., ' . ., I w . I . 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More, M.A., English, Social Studies English, Social Studies William E. Newman, Howard A. Oclls, M.A., David H. Pangburn, M.A., English, Social Studies Reading, Study Skills M.A., Mathematics, Science 1, w sw Robert Kelly, l.S., Mathematics, Science ff 1, 4.21" fir! Mb Albert C. Koch, - M.A., Mid., U. S. History, English, 3 ' j 1 M Mildred Maxson, B.A., English, Social Studies LEE A V is ..,,,,,, Marius J. Nardelli, M.S., Mathematics, Science Helen Reece, M.A., Mathematics 13 'ff-N' l N27 jf Leonard I.. Ritchie, M.A., Science 447 Bess C Rude MA Business Education pr vi? ,Q -s.! Doris Shea BA Guidance Latin Dean W Simpson Mid Music Education Vincent Stecklme BS Industrial Arts Dorothy Roberts, B.S., Home Economics Science iff? ' . John H Sarrcks Mid English Social Studies 34. "6-.. Joseph Sheehan BA English latm Robert M Singer MA Mathematics Science so Grace W Sforrner BS Nurse Health K '93, I .. . Br Leonard A. Roberts, l.S 'I Art Education Mechanical Drawing I Margaret C Schneider Physical Education John F Shane BS Health Driver Education 'Vx Mary Small M Ed Mathematics Science 04 James F Strohmeyer Guidance Latin 'gl' W lin. C Dx Joseph Rodolfy MA Guidance Business Education F 'Q ga' James I. Schrock MA Drivers Education 1 Roy Srmon MA Distnbutlve Education X lun-vc' Willard Stanewlck MA English Social Studues F Charles A Sullivan I A English Social Studies ffl-W X Y A ANA. , . S' V an Q k M l D "'l,L A l . , ,J . ' l l .' . ' 1" Ml., I 1 lf? F25-.3 . Q i' F' 4? ' X ff A 'l 'us AT, V l I A s V A ii ' ki ' ' he . f J s l 1- - J f 244' 5' 7 x lx - , 4 4 E -, , , . .vww A A Q V . 1 1 - 'ec i Q- .'.ll'2': ll ' V I X - . 1 1 tj ' I I U ll MA., I " I, I 14 . I . . I . . '?w' 76' Q- ' '- . , A Y' S... 41 Joseph J, fully, Jf,, Eugene V. Unger, l.S., Rvberf WMM, M-S-, Walter 5- VY""" M 5.5.1 Mefql Shop Social Studies, English l"'dU57"Cl Arts English, Social Studies , , 'fllf 5352- " ' jet E if - f: Q sssi t is Barbara Woerner, l.S., Health, Physical Education John A. Yockers, M.A., Physical Education 'A Estelle Zadigian, B.L., French, Spanish SENIOR HOMERGOM TEACHERS SENIOR ADVISER xf ,QJNQQ . .., ' " A W f- W 4 -.., . - V M -Y , 5 'W ' E 2" .'w4.1.f Ag ' , ' ' , Q 'A r, , .Cixi , - M , A V 1 " . ' E ., A ,as 1- . Xf NR 1 V 1 fx A R . . , ' 1 if 4 1 .7 .rg ,Q r.., . " ' gif. 1. f -fix' , '- 'fi,. I 'I , X 'v .,-. . , JR, M ,4 .bg 'y,, Ev .V .mxslgri m ,g ul- - ' T, - '- --Fivw' . "E, 53 51 4 'P' I 9 415-5 A, 1 . T, ,fp ,A - fr," - 2 'M if . E F 2 Q 4 , f 'a J ? J-,A J.,-5' U SW- J4Si',' - R ' 'L ' .-'P-'fr , . , 'J 0 L, ,Jw 'A ' I' . M r -- ., -fl- xi ' '4!14:,.-4 g 1 I 1 .V i 'N , IN MEMCRIAM -fa, 'N 1----. Cynthra Bunny Cowen Heaven rs not reached at a single bound But we build the ladder by which we rlse From the lowly earth to the vaulted skies And we mount to :ts summit round by round Josiah Holland Fond memorles of Bunny wull always linger In the hearts of her friends and classmates Fondest of these will be her spurut and enthusaasm for everything which passed her way Bunny wull never be forgotten es peclally by all of those who knew her She was like a sprlngtlme blossom on a tree brlngung to each actnvnty new udeas and happnness Bunny was a burst of Iught who brought success and strength to an actlvnty at anytime ' -4 an -, , vm fl? E x. 1 I ' . - 0 ll ll ll - - u I I ' ' 11 ' 11 11 - - ' ' I ll Il - . , ' I - - - - 11 11 vf' 1440 Eleanor May Adams "Ellie" . . . nursing and marriage ahead . . . Don . . . hates to be kicked out of the halls after dis- missal . . . weakness for food . . . hails from Harrington Park . . . "Ya don't say." G.A.A., Tri-Hi Y, Pep Club, Girls' Glee Club, Yearbook Business Staff. Gertrude Alfano "Trudy" hopes to work in a bank . . . dislikes loud radios . . . strong weakness for Jack . . . usually seen with Linda Burgess . . . "Lots of luck." G.A.A. Vincent Annaruma "Vinny" plans to attend technicians school after graduation . . . likes pretty girls and cars . . . dislikes working . . . his weakness is saying "no" to a friend . . . favorite ex- pression is "But officer." Safe Teens Club , I Mgr ' ebl ,:. Ann Aldrich "Martie" plans to be a singer . . . her interests include singing and Paul . . . disturbed by complainers . . . a smiling face is her weakness . . "That's a winner!" Modern Choir, Yearbook Staff, All-State Chorus, Senior Play, Choir. wx 3' Elaine Ambrose "Pinky" is looking forward to be- coming a married beautician . . . Jack is her predominant interest. . . detests fighting, but has a violent temper . . . "Now what am I going to do?" G.A.A., Girls' Glee Club, Choir. Robert Anton Our competent Senior Class Busi- ness Manager . . . hopes to be a lawyer. . . acting, singing and girls rate with "Bob" . . ."l'm impressed." All-State Chorus, Bays' Glee Club, Junior and Senior Play, American Legion Orotorical Contest. 19 ,g I, er- .-.', , 5 5 5 ff ma--' -:EX 1 if' . I Us David C. Beling College is ahead for "Dave" . . . likes all sports and a certain cute, blonde girl . . . cute and blonde himself . . studying is not for him . "Garbage!" Varsity Football, Letterman's Club, Archery Club, Officiating Club. John E. Bengston "Benzene" makes his home in Clos- ter . . . girls, cars, and chemistry are his specialties . . . thinks noth- ing is worse than homework . . . "Jacko sent me." Safe Drivers Club, Advanced Science Club, Geology Club. Barbara Beresky "Barb" rides the bus from Norwood . brown hair and eyes . . . very quiet but friendly . . . tall, this gal. 5 1.7. iz .J -c . t t tif' David P. Bellizi "BelIitz" will eventually become a pharmacist . . . at present golfing holds many pleasures . . . always enioys food - not spinach, however . . . nothing beats a winter's eve- ning of bowling! f F Y Eugene Benkelman Hails from Old Tappan . . .an engi- neering future is in store for Eugene . . . has an eye for pretty girls . . . brown eyes compliment his black hair. Advanced Science Club. Math Review Club, Archery Club. Ronald Berman College-bound . . . this Northvale boy is interested in cars, girls, and good times. . . he likes many things, but dislikes far too many. . . teach- ers and "Ronnie" just don't mix. Hot Stove League, Football. J es A-' xv' ,-if W- .314 u 1 , Nancy Bertelsen Future teacher . . . interested in sports . . . dislikes noisy gumchewers ... Nan ' is fond of cars . . . blonde President of Library Council, F.T.A. Club, Art Club, Sr. Play Committee, Prom Committee. . !, , , f Q., 's ' J if hair . . . Hom You're kidding!" Q p " 1 f Q , ,g C u d J ffl a '4 YV' Ml J r ',,1 , ll ' 1 Judith Gail Bischof Marriage is next for Judy . . . likes sewing, cooking, and Warren . . . bad temper . . . dislikes writing letters and meeting stubborn people . . . "My Honey." Senior Play, Junior Play, Operettas, Choir, Modern Choir. Constance Jane Bliss "Connie" hails from Harrington Park . . . likes sports and people who are prompt . . . hopes to go to college to become a teacher . . . loathes autobiographies for college appli- cations . . . "Such is life." Tri-Hi-Y "Arion," Girls' Glee Club, Honor Society. I-If I " Y yt. John Bertinelli John enjoys hockey, fishing and pool . . . college is ahead for this lad . . . pet peeves are waking up in the morning and home work . . . weakness is studying. Diana Joan Blankenstein " . . . usually giggling or talking . . . loves lasagna . . . pretty, blue- grey eyes . . . business school ahead . . . "l'm hungry!" 4 Junior Red Cross, G.A.A., Junior Play, Senior Play, Girls' Auto Mechanics Club, In A' ' Maiorettes. F ' -A qi' George Block 1 Hails from Haworth . . . interested in hunting, fishing, and other out- door sports . . . plans to ioin the Coast Guard . . . enjoys eating. Hunting and Fishing Club, Band. .Q f li V V x- fk V , gi Kar BU dr h ljlHarrin n rki her ometown ,N il . . . li s kid wh ' full of fun . . . uture lans ude nursing j jj. ab or quiz, given without l vance otice .X ."Whatta ya nay?" f fi G.A.A., i Glee Club Pep Club, A j Tri-Hi-Y ic! ' l D lj i ,40' M John Broderick "Jack" hails from Harrington Park . . . college is ahead for this lad . . . recognized by both his M.G. and his saddle shoes . . . interested in swimming and journalism. "Northern Star" Technical Editor, History Club, Advanced Science Club. Mabel Ruth Brown nth" hopes to become a beauti- n . . . good novels and music re- fe an A+ by her standards d people just don't rate Jt a gardener! Mixed Choir Ronald Brodie Blond hair, blue eyes . . . interested in girls, rock n' roll, and money . . . can't tolerate longhair music . . . "Ron" wants to become a play- boy. John Brue Closter is .lohn's hometown . . . college and teaching are ahead for him . . . dazzling red hair . . . enjoys cute girls and sports . . . dislikes homework . . . weakness for the right answers in chemistry. History Club, Debating Club. 22 high Q I Sandra Cade "Sandy" is looking ahead to college . . . special interest in Butch . . . pretty blonde curls . . . dislikes con- ceited people and school . . . Weak- ness is temper . . . "Where's the mail?" G.A.A., Nurses' Club, Decca Club. Thomas Caluri Curly, black hair . . . "Tom" likes to go out at night . . . dislikes girls' short hair styles . . . loves those '53 Mercurys . . . girls, girls, girls . . . wants to be an auto mechanic . . "That's close!" Senior Homeroom President, Hot Stove Club, Rod and Gun Club. Bryce' Cam hell !Our,J5bod?loa ' lass President 11,-J. Carolbanaksports rgtdi high . . . collegeibound . . .,ed'si y frustrat b qrzhem lab . .fhxour star fpo all 'Inter X 1 M arld Jumor Class Presidents tudent Council Varsity Football JV Basketball Lettermens Club English Review Math Review !ZIiAfe,.,,, fn' M1 fr-'P-.Lf 0 Domi Louis Cafarella "Dom" hails from Harrington Park . . . enjoys music, cars, boats and N.V. football games . . . wavy, striking, brown hair and dark eyes . . . "Oh, On!" Photography Club, Hi-Fi Club, Latin Club, Band, Operettas, Choir, Dance Band. I JWW, 1,1 Ruth Campana "Shiv" hopes to become a legal stenographer . . . recognized by her light-gray hush puppies . . . abhors conceited poeple . . . has a weakness for talking and money 'll' . . . "Are you kidding?" Student Council, G.A.A., Gregg Club, Typing Service Club, Cheering Club, Chef's Club. Diane Angela Capasso "Dee" wants to travel around the country . . . plans to be a secretary L. . . summers at Point Pleasant rate 4" high . . . has a weakness for pizza . . . "Big deal!" 23 0,11 Jon Caroselli Jon hails from Norwood . . . curly, dark brown hair.. . keen interest in cars and motors . . . doesn't partic- ularly enioy work . . . quiet. Safe Gun Club Joseph Chiafulio Resident of Northvale . . . interested in sports and girls . . . has a weak- ness tor good Italian food . . . oh, to be able to control that temper! Fooboll, Baseball, Bosketweaving. Judith Coffin ,lf f ff Judy plans for college and mar- riage in the future . . . provoked by perfectionists . . . weakness for ice cream . . . oh, those exciting N.V. basketball games. Tri-Hi-Y, F.T.A., Yearbook Business Stoll, Girls Glee Club, English Review Club. 41.311-.--.iff 4' wx 5 1 t 1 1 jr 5- l 1' fn 4 . . William Carter Demarest resident. . . tall, blond . .. no yearbook questionaire returned. 'P 'QR 'iv X ' 1 ff? fn " Georgia Clark Georgia comes to us from Closter . . . college and a musical career lie ahead . . . spends most of her waking hours in E100 . . . partial to chocolate ice cream cones . . . "Really!" Choir, Band, Modern Choir, Operetta, All-State Chorus, Adv. Math Club, Honor Society, English Review Club, "Arion" Staff. Don Cole Future electrical engineer . . . his interests include cars, Jan, and quiet evenings at home . . . can't stand people who brag . . . "Good Lawd." All-State Choir, Operettas, Choir, Modern Choir, Frosh Football, Boys' Glee Club, English Review Club. 1 ff -A - I Jiin1ef'PISy. J V c L X ' 1 ci I ffl. I 71 'O' laugh fpmfbgn et ,MHZ Ol1,Kl'I'l I' . sc . 11 opes to be glial'-ysici .66 chi an music iy1l'e're,stf our ,Hbn Soci ty presi- I e ,sf , . I, , xdenj .Ofprocrastuiqtion is is wga Z, 1 Ainess Q . . "Ndw then." by Math Revievi Club, Advanc d cience dlub, ,M-6th'fContest Clu ,jrwlisplleview Club, :'Marching Band rl'cert Band, Orchestra, .1 g L onor So ety, , ' wtfent Council Rziresentative f 1 ,- I X XXI H 1 ,f ' V, ' Diffs.-'l ' Irene Connolly "Jug came to us from Dumont High . . . hopes to be a legal private secretary . . . interested in the zodiac and horoscopes . . . fond of bubblegum, Barbara's yummy cole slaw and blonde-haired fellows . . . Secretarial Practice Club, Senior Play Prompter. Carol Contini Carol plans to go to college, then teach. . .sports rate high.. . home- work lust isn't her specialty . . . enioys bowling . . . "That's nutty." F.T.A., Honor Society, Junior Red Cross, G.A.A. CfaJ4,dO1.z..J I .5 Jane Connell Jane plans on college . , . distaste for people who constantly talk about themselves . . . loves p. I. parties, swimming, apd ayib . . . "Can you beat j'h9t?" If Pep Club, Wor Affairs b, G.A.A., Hospit ' Clubf l'li- Club. , M, , L lpn W7 ' X f ' X Virginia I 1 e Q roy Lf' yi Y' h tqfattfl F rleigh ,' nson d b come g ecutive slecretayny . kif 'n t r cheerful disgyosftionflffl "I wo d if I could, lzitll cagfn so I yIlon't." -'Secgetarial Pract' Qlub, Girls' Glee Club, gf-ff I lining Seryjael Iub,'Girls' Shop, G.A.A. I , f f 7 Isabel Ruth Corne fl L' "" Colleg -bound . . . "ls" wants to get marriy . . . paiama parties and tall games rate high . . . k,4flNlissN ontact Lens" . . . back seat I driver . . . "You're Iying." Hi-Fi Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Girls' Glee Club, "Northern Star" Copy Editor Deanna Cornella Wants to be a secretary . . . spend- ing money is "Dees' " weakness . . . enioys listening to music, bowling, and skating . . . hates to be kept waiting. Junior Red Cross, Glee Club, G.A.A. Ensign Jay Cowell "Jay" plans a future-no, not in the Navy- in chemistry . . . blond curly hair . . . science and math comes fairly easy but the mire of memory bogs him down in history. Debating Club, Math Review Club, Russian Club, Engineering Club, Junior and Senior Plays, Track Team, Yearbook Literary Staff, "Arion," Northern Valley Math Team. Le Roy Crocker "Roy" plans to attend college and then to see the world . . .good iazz and collegiate type clothes rate high . . . what a football champ . .. detests "hoods" and homework. Varsity Football, Hi-Y, Student Council Lettermens' Club, Officiating Club, Boating Club, Tennis Club, Golf Club. 26 f' Joan Corvelli Brown hair and eyes . . . likes music, horseback-riding and Mike . marriage awaits her in the future . . . "lsn't that cute?" Band, Choir, Girls' Ensemble, Honor Society Janet Creswick,,y,,,,, ,cg Currently a resident of Harrington Park . . . weakness for that Cole kid . . . usually surrounded by Don and tennis equipment. . .has an obvious crush on a "Big Bad Lincoln" . . . procrastinates interminably. Tennis Club, Math Review, Northern Star, French Club, Yearbook Literary Staff. QQ ,sfdff fjfwff-aff' Noreen Eilleen Curtin "Nora" is looking forward to secre- tarial school . . . brown hair, blue eyes, pug nose and freckles . . . enioys a good skating spree now and then . . . "Gee whiz." Junior Red Cross, G.A.A., Girls' Glee Club, Girl's Shop. ik N . 0.0: P9 4 Q 0 Q 5 :tn Q David Daley A resident of Rockleigh . . . is it really the Navy, Dave? . . . what a car mechanic! . . . a day on the golf green suits him perfectly . . . "The boys." Ronald Davis "Ronnie" . . . hails from Haworth . . . ambition is to become a chemist . . . a definite distaste for writing essays . . . enjoys chem. lab. Advanced Science Club, Valley Engineers Math Review Club, Draftsmen and Designers Club. A wifi? "-f , 4, Stephen R. Demarest ,t "Steve" commutes to Valley from ,Q Harrington Park . . . plans to go into the Air Force . . . roller skating ff interests him. Graphic Arts Club, Chef's Club JW.- l Wilma Damm "Elizabeth" wants to be an air-line hostess . . . enjoys writing and ice skating . . . partial to dancing, singing, and people with a smile . . . "You can't win for losing." Student Council, Gregg Club, Mixed Chorus, Hi-Fi Club. James DeBrino Tall, black hair . . . lives in Nor- wood . . . Cute . . . likes sports, especially basketball . . . "Jim" is college-bound. Varsity Football, Varsity Baseball Varsity Basketball, Varsity Golf. Diane De Palma Brown-eyed blonde . . . "Dee" lives in Northvale . . . future either as an executive secretary or a bookkeeper . . . "Oops, that's not too funny." Secretarial Practice Club, Gregg Club, G.A.A., Girls' Shop, Chel's Club 27 Dorothy Dettelback "Dottie" likes parties, especially p. i. parties . . . boys with sideburns annoy her . . . she'll make someone an attractive secretary . . . Marines catch her eye . . . Demarest claims this gal as its own. Tri-Hi-Y, Hi-Fi Club, Auto Owner's Mechanics, G.A.A. Frank Dunn Frank plans to undertake pre-law studies at college . . . a Haworthian . . . enioys various sports, such as golf, tennis and swimming . . . hi-fi certainly was a great invention! Tennis Club, English Review Club, Math Club, Frosh Basketball, Golf Team. Robert Easton Hails from Haworth . . . future awaits "Bob" at college . . . tall and blond . . . likes sleep and plenty of it . . . interests include hunting and fishing . . . "No kid- ding." Rod and Gun Club President, Proiection Club, Latin. Q4 42 1 , fL. .-KCC W In ffl f wfajjdmf , . 1 . I , Harriet Drum V "l'lattie" plans on traveling and go- -ing to college .X . .4 known for her vibrdtihglllbugh . I. . clislikefs people who don't smile . . . fond of people, bofsflots 'of'laugl1s, and more boys . . . "Holy cowj? f.A'. ,J ,.., .- c.A.A. vice'P'fesidene, All-State chem Yearbook Art Staff Editor, ySenior Dancfe Decorations Committee ' I 1 , . . if 1' Judith Dwyer A member of our color guard . . . Judy plans a future in nursing . . . interested in horses, swimming and bowling . . . weakness for pizza parties . . . "Who Dat?" Choir, G.A.A., English Review Club, Yearbook Layout Staff, Tri-Hi-Y, Future Nurses Club. Dorena Falco "Dee" is full of fun . . . dislikes rainy weather . . . can't bear to pass a furniture store without go- ing in . . . plans to get married . . . "Oh, you think you're so beautiful." Distributive Education Plan f I I Richard Charles Falkenstern "Dick" wants to make a million dollars . . . red hair . . . always broke . . . dislikes studying and early rising . . . "that's nice" . . . Money, girls and fast cars are tops. Science Club, Hi-Y, Hot Stove League .-Dru' ,VUL 5114! WW Ferrero "Babs" and those long, telephone conversations . . . likes dancing, popular music, and blue suits on boys . . . future as a private secre- tary or a singer . . . conceited boys irk this peppy gal . . . "That's okay." Senior Homeroom President, Hi-Fi Club, c 1. Gregg Club, Senior Secretarial Club. William Flohr College-bound . . . great magazine salesman . . . swanky black con- vertible . . . always seen with a different girl . . . crewcut and hand- some . . . "Bill" sure can toss those points for his church team victories. Hi-Y, Yearbook Business Editor, Math Review Club, "Northern Star." Gerry-lo Feldman Gerry-lo wants to be a legal secre- tary . . . decorating, oil painting and dancing rate high . . . She's just a girl who can't say no . . . "But Mother." Tri-Hi-Y, Stage Crew, Yearbook Art Staff. Marianne Fleschhuf Secretarial school in in store for Marianne . . . pretty brown hair and blue eyes . . . one of those Harrington Park girls . . . usually seen with Pete . . . "I forgot.' F.T.A., Girls' Glee Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Hi-Fi Club, Debating Club. I Louis D. Fossa "Lou" . . . resident of Northvale . . . quiet parties and quiet dates "bug" him . . .future plans -feature trade school . . . "What's new?" Student Council, Officiating Club, Gymnastics Club. rf' J 1 Jo Anne Frank "Jo" hails from Harrington Park ... hopes to become a secretary . .. good books and movies interest her . . . recognized by her height . . , loathes all that homework, home- work, homework. WW .51 f ' -ce, Helen Yvonne French Blue-eyed blonde . . . quiet as a kitten on calico . . . headed for college in the fall . . . her favorite food? - artichokes . . .enjoys swim- ming and badminton . . . nothing can top a German band's oompoh! Choir, Operetta, Honor Society, Junior Play, G.A.A., Tri-Hi-Y, Yearbook Literary Editor, "Northern Star" Reporter, Advanced Science Club. Karen Frosco Pretty, big brown eyes . . . loves to talk . . . Renny . . .dislikes con- ceited boys . . . rink skating and bowling are among her favorite activities . . . to be a secretary and get married are "Koy's" ambitions. Hi-Fi Club, Secretarial Club, Gregg Club, Safe Driving Club, Girls' Auto Club, G.A.A. S , v E, Wg, O 11.1 v ,V Yi ,, 'si f r., ,J 5, ,, ,l ' Q rv Ve, 2 J SN 4' 1 Howard Franklin Interested in cars, sports, and boot ing . . . hopes for a college degree in business administration . . . . "That's close!" Hi-Y Club, Frosh Class President, l.etterman's Club, Gymnastics Club, Varsity Football, J.V. Baseball. Donald Frey "Don" . . . a Closter boy with plans for becoming a Christian minister . . . "The inscrutable Mr. Frey" . . . we'll never forget his terrific S.O. speech . . . "Don't fret." Student Council President, Honor Society, Northern Star Reporter, J.V. Track, "Down In The Valley." Jeannette Marie Fulchiron "Fulchie" . . . loads of fun . music, sports, and Cape Cod rate high . . . food is "Fulchie's" m weakness . Choir, Girl's Glee Club, All-State Chorus T958-59, Operettas Senior Play, Student Council, Modern Choir Northern Star Business Editor, G.A.A. Council. ffm 33 75- Wt. I College is ahead for "Gabe" . . . hails from Haworth . . . he wraps interests, likes, and weaknesses into one word-"Girls" 1 . . "lt's not too funny." Football, Hi-Fi Club, B.A.A., Camera Club. Lynda Gahman Long nails - blue eyes - long, au- burn hair . . . Chuck . . . wants to go to business college and be a secretary . . . likes to sing . . . gos- sip annoys "Lyn" . . . always glad when a weekend comes around . . . "That's close!" Senior Homeroom Vice-President, Secretarial Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Hi-Fi Club. Catherine S. Galloway lrene was born in Scotland . . . this summer sounds inviting -a trip to Europe . . . interested in that fellow named Jimmie . . . a weakness for food . . . "Oh, you think you're so smart!" Senior Homeroom Vice-President f 8 Helen Gaffney Future trip to Africa . . . interested in driving . . . weakness is eating, especially chocolate blizzards . . . aversion to fast drivers . . . "No kidding." Hospitality Club, Hi-Fi Club, , Jr. Play Make-Up Committee. 'Zz'ffZ21f" - 4':.'-41 f . J. r'21ffYf"Y'fJ3fs'1 lzffaxj I- I 4-5' Y . 7 f',71444P,.,7 p KJC-4 . -Zzkflffl ' 1 ' f f ' ,I , ' Y . sr .5 4 f,g ,f-41, - fffif. nfffrffwag f f f If V. M , ,jf 5. ,v KL-Z4 'jf' ygfr? Zc7m?'- A aff. ' X' I , . I 111 ,X ffff, ff! s ff .4 ...,y,2fAff f' ff? f'-iff l Jef," Michael John Gallione "Vick" wants to be a coach, a bar- ber, or an announcer . . . lots of fun . . . likes dancing and boppin' music . . . girls are his weakness . . . "What's on the agenda?" Hi-Fi Club, Safe Teens Club, Record Club. Joyce Gargan Future language maior at college. .. enioys records, pro-basketball, and gab-sessions . . . dislikes teachers who talk during tests and call her' by the wrong name . . . "Oh gollyl" Honor Society Secretary, F.T.A. Treasurer, Choir, G.A.A,, Library Council, Northern Star Stott. 51 15? 'QF' 4-val Z!-'lf l William Gar eff "Bill" is a fine athlete who likes all sports and fights hard at them . . . has no antipathy for the oppo- site sex . . . not too tall, but fast . . . is interested in the business world . . . did not hand in Year- book questionaire. Varsity Fooball, Baseball, Basketball, Lettermens' Club. Bruce Gebhardf Bruce comes to us from Closter . . . loves music . . . hopes someday to become a night club entertainer. English Review Club Paula Giannetfi Her future will be in the clerical field . . . always glad to meet friendly people . . . oh, those movie dates! . . . some classes can be so boring! . . . "This is hysterical!" 'US , . . . . s Kathleen Ann Gaynor "Kathy" intends to become a teach- er . . . what a smile! . . . maiorettes and sports are her interests . . . dis- likes all kinds of tests . . . Dean . . . "You know it!" G.A.A. Council Secretary, Student Council V.P. 8. Corresponding Secy., Honor Society, Maiorettes. k'lfQ , Q . , 'X it it . -xk fix Phillip Geradis Hails from Closter . . . fond of all animals.. .farming or engineering form his future . . . enjoys falconry. Math Club, Hunting and Fishing Club. Linda Giannofti "Lyn" likes gay people . . . future beautician . . . dancing rates high . . . talking on the telephone is her main weakness . . . hails from Closter . . ."Tch." Hi-Fi Club, Decca Club. Richard Giles Red-head . . . this lad is interested in our government . . . ideal life would be without homework and term reports . . . "Rich" and "Judy" . . . "Uh-huh." "Northern Star," Math Review, English Review, Debating Club, Latin Club, Current Events Club, American History Club. .iissxgg-,j!. . KM.. ,Ek Nicholas E. Gleason "Nick" wants to be a printer . . . interested in cars and hunting . . . red hair . . . dislikes school and milk . . . pronounced weakness for cars, especially Oldsmobiles. Rod and Gun Club Elaine Grazioso A future nurse . . . partial to basket- ball and bowling . . . likes paiama parties and football games . . . one of our cute cheerleaders . . . food is her weakness . . . "Oh beans!" Student Council, Homeroom Treasurer J.V. and V. Cheerleader. Laura Giovinazza Rock 'n roll rates with "Laurie" . . . has a weakness for boys with blonde hair . . . loves dancing . . . smart remarks irk this dark-haired girl . . . secretarial work lies ahead. Hi-Fi Club, Secretarial Practice Club, G.A.A. Margaret Gray "Peggy" likes Rock 'n Roll and be- ing with crowds . . . dislikes be- ing kept waiting and conceited boys . . . has worked at the Varsity Shop. Girls' Glee Club, Cheering Club, Hi-Fi Club Secretary. John Greason Would like to attend the Coast Guard Academy and later become a marine architect . . . interested in his '46 Ford and boats . . . likes contankerous cars . . . enloys chem. lab. Band, Advanced Science Club, Valley Engineers, Boating Club, Math Review Club, Graphic Arts Club ' f K 114 C WMM! Stephen Greenspan A Haworth resident, "Steve" is strong like a bull . . . loves to win track events . . . hopes to be an aeronautical engineer . . . air- planes, girls and drums interest him . . . "Hang in there." Varsity Track, Band, Math Review Club, English Review Club, Ofliciating Club, Mechanical Drawing Club. 'lp Christine Hallbergh "Chris" . . . weakness for food . . . plans to be a home economics teacher. . .disturbed by unmatched plaids worn together . . . crazy about boys, neat clothes and danc- ing . . . "Good grief." G.A.A,, Girls' Glee Club, Hi-Fi Club, Advanced Math Club, English Review Club. Douglas Hancock "Doug is planning on college . . . enjoys weight lifting, hunting, sing- ing, and records . . . annoyed by a broken left toe . . . handsome blue eyes . . . "Noop!" Student Council Representative, Spanish Club, Photography Club, History Club, Debating Club, "Northern Star" Sports Editor. 34 . , - ,pg ., . .Al , if If f r Q W aL " .N Y 5' Y Q 2 F, '41 kv .s -. ..5.,,,l V' il A. ' 5 x .,37v2.?9r-33.9 Zia! 4 . M-f ' 52.124-'riff-r".t-.1-f' sf x f".,-r.-if fic' " :E Marylou Gundlah "Lou" travels to school each day from Old Tappan . . . short, cute looking for just the right guy . . . E likes movies, dancing, picnics and ily, swimming . . . glad to be leaving 'L-9' school . . . "Great!" Girls' Glee Club, Cheering Club. . Donald Hamilton if Q Interested in all sports . . . member " ofthe Crew-Cut-Clan . . . Eleanor is ' ' his weakness . . . likes to win games . . . "Garbage," l Varsity Football, Basketball. -IF 3-rib 2. s 2232-- . "' . . Na ' "2 H H Kenneth l-lellyer U ifcfajiigifl Z ZW Ken plans to go into teaching . . . -:- --1-firms.: l"'1"' ' X ' i rock n' roll fiend . . . frequent pa- tron of local record shops . . . dis- likes buying gas . . . "Oh, yea." J.V. Football, Baseball Manager History Club. 'QQ ' , is., A , 'Lo- -,' if 6' x 4 T5 se, 5:3 , . ' .' s4. -11 K ll :.SS!fiZ. rvX. -4--'fr Gail Herzfield This future teacher resides in Ha- worth . . . known for her foreign car "Cheerio" . . . enjoys p. i. par- ties . . . bothered by people who aren't on time . . . "lsn't that neat!" Tri-Hi-Y Club, Pep Club, G.A.A. ' llfsl-535575 fm-e eg . f I Q' wwf! L25 Brian Hennessey ry - C , KZ! , f I Sports rate high with Brian . . . X Aon 7 Q '-fhfatcf .' , " crewcut . . . cute with a good build 0 . I T . . . hails from Harrington Park . . . f always seen grinning . . . shy? not in the least. Varsity Football, Hi-Y, Boys A.A. Hot Stove League. Santiago Hernandez Recently came to us from Cuba . . . dark, wavy hair . . . has suc- cessfully mastered English . . . mem- ber of the Spanish Club. Storm Hiorfh "Stormy" is a future pianist . . . poetry, Mr. FitzSimmons' mustache and golf pros each holds its own distinct charm . . . dislikes ten cent smiles . . . has a weakness for those December snows . . . "O.K." Choir Accompanist, "Arion" Co-Editor, Poetry Reading Contest, Debating Club President "Bits O' Lit" Literary Staff. '11 13 wir.. K a 1? ' Noel Hilden Noel lives in Demarest . . . hopes to be an engineer . . . likes con- vertibles, guns and good music . . . is never on time because he "Takes it easy." Architects' Club, Valley Engineers' Club. Math Review Club. Fred Hochecker Sights set on college . . . rides the coach from Old Tappan . . . black curly hair. 35 H- , ,, wx., '55 -cf' Evelyn Hoffmann "Evie" wants to change her name in the future . . . Werner, that certain curly-haired boy . . . long, blonde hair and blue eyes . . . favorite spot?-303 . . . "You know." Distributive Education Club John Horak "Big John" comes to us from Clos- ter . . . hopes to go to college . . . likes girls, sports and electronics . . . hates losing . . . "How about that?" Football, Basketball, Radio Drama Club, Debating Club, English Review Club, Math Review Club. Kathy Huegel "Kate" rides the bus from Harring- ton Park . . . beauticians school and marriage are ahead for her . . . fond of dancing, Warren . . . wow, what a squeaky laugh! . . "Always fighting!" Drivers Ed Club, Hi-Fi Club, Girls' Shop Club, Dramatics Club. x 1 ,r. im :Aix .. q"L.. . .fx v- 1.1 Carl Honnetfer Stocky . . . blond hair . . . hails from Northvale. 4 Y! ' 6,0 - " .' oo L' O . f., Curt Hoverman Tall . . . always laughing . . . known by his motorcycle . . . skiing, eating, and vacations interest Curt most . . . dislikes lunch monitors . . . future plans include college and the land- scaping business. Safe Teams Club Robert lversen Terrific 6'4" basketball player . . . quiet-detests crowds . . . likes sports, especially when a winner . . . "Bob" wants to go to college ... Barbara. . . known for his slow, carefree stroll . . . "l've had it." Student Council Treasurer, Honor Society, Hi-Y, English Review Club, Basketball, Golf Club, B.A.A. Robert Jacobs "Bob" is a resident of Norwood . . . will be a member of our Navy someday . . . has an interest in cars. English Review Club, Sale Teens Club. Ml lv," Allan Johnson "Al" . . . characterized by his loud laugh and a l954 Ford convertible . . . partial to brunettes, baseball and a business career . . . down with skinny girls and tall people. Freshman Football, Band, Sports Ofiiciating Club, Model Railroad Club, Skiing Club President. Barbara Joan Keenan "Barb" . . . always laughing . . . college and marriage are ahead for this girl . . . hails from Harring- ton Park . . . thrilled by driving . . . "Calm your ulcer!" Tri-Hi-Y Chaplain, Girls' Glee Club, Hi-Fi Club, G.A.A., World Aflairs Club Secretary, Jr. Play. ofnv' , i S.. 1' 'Wx X N i 9 f 61" Adele Carol Jenfer "Carol's" main interest is singing . . . musically inclined . . . long page boy . . . plans to attend col- lege . . . commutes from Closter. Honor Society, Student Council, English Review, Choir, Band, Modern Choir. Jean Jugovich "Jean" plans a future in the busi- ness world . . . devoted to Dairy Queens . . . likes ice skating . . . conceited people annoy her . . "Good plan." Hospitality Club, World Affairs Club, Pep Club. John Kenny Our class Vice-President . . . a col- lege business administration course is ahead for "Jack" . . . interested in Pinky, sports and football . . . pro- found weakness for money . . . particular aversion to Spanish. Vice-President Sr. Class, Varsity Football, Letterman's Club, Northern Star Co-Sports Editor, Hi-Y Club, Hot Stove Club. 'Y 'Q' A newcomer to N.V. this year from Teaneck High . . . lives in Demarest . . . college is ahead . . . all sports - 'Us I ' 5' ar John Kinane ,L wi Q, 'Q interest "Jack" . . . there's just noth- ing like driving! Track, Math Review Club. 'tr-vit 'kv xii 1 I NQX "' . l - " ,f. - . ,ENG Vt' 'N s K J k 5 M4 tub I, N Y W Q U lub I l ri! 1 X f , , oy J fi Oi LN .U by ,if 1, A , Carol Kneeland A future in teaching . . . can always be heard talking about Camp Madeline Mulford . . . Likes friendly people and Bruce . . . "You're a good kid, scary." Junior Class Secretary, Honor Society, Frosh Business Manager, Color Guard, Yearbook Literary Staff, G.A.A., Tri-Hi-Y, Girls' Glee Club, English Review Club, Student Council A.A. Daniel Kovac "Flash" . . . plans to spend some time in the Air Force while enroute to a career in business administra- tion . . .brown hair - eyes to match . . . girls, sports and cars vie for his attentions. 38 Qian N . all . 1 ' "Alf . ,K iii- .1-'. vw . 1 . I... eb Richard Klotz A business education awaits "Dick" at college . . . hunting and fishing rate high . . . dislikes algebra . . . doing homework is his decided weakness. Science Club, Boating Club, English Review Club. Elizabeth Ann Koch A future nurse . . . weakness for good food and hula hoops . . . boys with sideburns annoy "Betty" . "Just wait till I get my license!" o.A.A., Girls' ctee Club, Hi-Fi Club, Maiarettes' Club, Yearbook Business Staff. Judith Kowalko "Judy" comes to us from Northvale . . . fond of horseback riding, swim- ming, and dancing . . . Demmy . .. intends to become a lab. technician after college. 'ge' "ZR, X ffl ' i. H' i 5.1- ilw W Wi? A, 1 Gul WJ Joseph D. Kraus Future jet mechanic for U.S. Air Force . . . "Joe" finds many thrills in both old cars and girls. . . "Cut it out will ya." Pres. of Model Railroad Club, Track Team. Bruce Kruger A resident of Closter . . . interested in guns and coins . . . college-bound after graduation . . . fond of trav- eling and school holidays . . . "That's what you think." Debatin Club Rod and Gun Club, Q I Northern Star News Editor, Slide Rule Club. Robert la Bella College-bound . . . future salesman . . . sports rate high with "Bob" . . . "Mr. Flirt" . . . cute . . . lots of fun but mischievous . . . won't ever forget those Cdailyl luncheon birth- day greetings . . . "U huh." Varsity Football, Basketball, Hi-Y, Letterman's Club. 1- .fr-7 f .ld -1, 2 up S Q-" .-.eff 'QV ls' inv- Lou Krewer The three "coolest" things are girls, cars and singing with the Flares . . . measures 6'1" from top to bottom . . . ambitions center around radio announcing and becoming a minis- ter for Jehovah's Witnesses. 1 Noreen Kuhnert "Renee" looks forward to marriage after graduation . . . dancing rates with her . . . doesn't like show-offs . . . has a weakness for talking on the phone . . . "If you say so." Mary Anne Lanzana "Mair" hails from Norwood . . . enioys talking over a cup of coffee with Irene . . . annoyed by walking and bus riding . . . a weakness for apples on the stick . . . "Oh, definitely!" Hi-Fi Club, Cheering Club, Girls' Shop. 39 U. -1 f I Xl , ,l x "1 . . L "Ns HUF' Nw! il Dee Ann La Valle Comes directly from Demarest . . would like to be a missionary . . . pretty blue eyes . . . "Dee" is col- lege-bound . . . oh, those outside gym classes! Senior Play, Spanish Club. 'FX Lynne Larson A Harrington Park girl . . . college is ahead for Lynne . . . lovely, blonde hair . . . interested in swim- min , cam in , and hikin ..."Oh , hea?1ens!" p 9 9 1 S 'ji F.T.A. President, Student Council Alternate, 2 , , . wwe Junior Play, Math Team, Math Review Club, f English Review Club. -- -.. Q ,f-we Allen Layne - 'P ""i i"" ' "Skipperoo" . . . a Closter boy with fn uncertain ambitions . . . likes pretty ' V Hu girls, fast cars, sharp clothes and 5. ..,,,, folding money . . . "Are you seri- S ous?" Student Council, Basketball. A R I Merrily Ann Le Vee "Midge" hopes to become a nurse " . Qi weakness for Old Spice . . . 'thu aggravated by people who never V", smile . . . fond of boys and all ' f 4-4 . music . . . "Like, wow!" ' ' Library Council, Russian language Club, Barbara Lee Senior Play, Bragatics ClulZ'Boatirig Club, "Rabbi" plqns 10 marry after Qt- 1 l ,pf pemlas' fl' tending college for retail business if N ,- training . . . fond of clothes, Billy, ' J. ,lf and money . . . enioys driving . . . y I, dislikes those who dislike her. il' Choir, Cheering Club, Dramatics Club, Hi-Fi Club, Senior Auto Mechanics Club, it Business Education Store Club. Y, 'WX Margaret Leyden ' "Peggy" comes from Haworth . . . long, dark hair . . . crazy about '- abs V Bob . . . fun-loving and cheerful. Y Q ' Ona Lundgren Bruce Lidsfon Peculiar aversion to being called "Stretch" . . . partial to advanced science, a doctor's profession, and girls from Pascack Valley . . . it's a mighty long distance from top to toe! Latin Club, Stamp Club, Photography Club, Hi-Fi Club, Math Review, English Review, Advanced Science, Yearbook Layout Staff. 5' M any 'f' C 4. .f ' JN P'3ff"' "" ' V J Howard Robert Lloyd, Jri "Harold" Cto his regretl . . . wants to be a journalist . . . attraction for all girls, but one in particular . . . always ready for a party . . . our hard-working Editor-in Chief . . . fun and funny . . . "Hmmmm!" Student Council, Honor Society, Junior Play, Architects' Club, "Arion" Staff, Model R.R. Club, Bond, Orchestra, Northern Valley Moth Team, Yearbook Editor in Chief. John Logsdon "Jack's" weakness is French per- fume. . . wants to become a college science teacher . . . among his interests are iunior girls and foreign languages . Choir, Honor Society, Advanced Science Club, Math Review Club, Russian Club, Boys' Glee Club, Operettas. 'N .T- Elizabefh Antonia Lima "Betty" . . . long, dark hair loads of fun . . . future as private secretary . . . likes her weekends busy from beginning to end adores those yummy shrimp rolls at the Drive-In. Dramatics Club, Hi-Fi Club, Junior Play Virginia Locarne "Ginny" has future plans which include a business career . . . likes people with a sense of humor . . . interested in cooking . . . "No, not really!" Hi-Fi Club, Girls' shop Club, Cheerleader Club, G.A.A. Brown-eyed blonde . . . plans a medical career in heart specializa- tion . . . a decided interest in a blue-eyed, blonde, 6'2" specimen . . . "My Godfrey!" G.A.A., Modern Choir, Slide Rule Club, Operettas. Edward Lyons "Ed" would like to be a Marine . . . doesn't like school or books . . . dark hair and eyes . . . warm friendly smile . . . "Can't see it!" Mechanical Drawing Club. it alia . , it 'ZX '4 'Rx .cr S 1 ls ni. .v' ai l fits, 1 CT? X Vi1"T'V'x'A KE? be Joan Macaluso "Joanie," a Norwood girl, hopes to embark upon a career in nursing . . . any kind of sports suits her perfectly . . . particularly fond of basketball . . . detests all exams. Hi-Fi Club, Girls' Glee Club, G.A.A. Barbara Ann Mandel "Barb" is planning to attend col- lege . . . prep school boys rate high . . . dislikes grouchy people . . . likes records, clothes and pizza . . . "Holy Cow." Yearbook literary Stall, G.A.A., English Review Club, F.T.A., Library Council. Clare Mason A future nurse . . . resident of Har- rington Park . . . there's nothing as thrilling as driving . . .enioys danc- Mvlwlm MGC Ball' ing . . . records really "hit the spot" A Closter lad . . . undecided about . . . "Oh, marone!" the future . . . enjoys hunting, sailing, guns and cars . . . brown hair and blue eyes . . . "Oh yeh?" Boating Club, Auto Mechanics Club. John Marshall Closterite . . . will ioin the Air Force . . . "Jack" relishes good food . . . interested in cars and sports . . . homework and women drivers lust don't rate. Baseball, Gymnastic's Club, Safe Driving Club. 42 11-W It 11' Ni 'in-A If if.:-2 t ll' 1-'ns ' x Marguerite Masucci "Margie" came to H.P. and N.V. only this year . . . one of our future secretaries . . . interested in interior decorating and jazz . . . oh, that morning alarm clock . . . "That's close." Offilie Mayer "Ottie"'plans to settle down with Billy and become a secretary . . . dancing, clothes, swimming and convertibles rate high with this gal . . . long, black hair. . .weaknesses include Billy and Dairy Queens. Tri-Hi-Y, Hi-Fi Club, Gregg Club, Cheering Club, Distributive Education Club. Patricia Agnes Mc Carron College is ahead for "Pat" . . . laughter, Dumont and dancing . . . can't stand cold class rooms . . . "Oh those P.J. parties . . . "Wow!" J.V. Cheerleader, G.A.A., Pep Club. swyggfx fn . 'is xx, 'lib ,,' f' .1 wg , ' . , 1 5 , K 1 X ' sr . , . ,'5f,f'.,fTj ff ,Zig ,Q I4 V! :-... . .,?G'.j-.gtg 5 K . t ., A 4 f .,3'.f, ' 4, ' fm P 'WN- ""' 'lik Dean Matheson Agricultural ambitions focused on dirt farming . . . interested in football, especially fond of winning . . . invariably seen with that Gay- nor girl . . . will never forget the day we scalped the Indians . . . "You said it." Student Council, Varsity Football, English Review, Officiating Club, Letterman's Club. D 'lv' 1 V fq ,, ' I' .+ve ' i ' ' Q 4 - , ff ' wrt. Q ' 5 1,41 K 1 5 ' ., Y . ,Lf . , L .. fw- Qs , - 'el' r Julia Mano Dancing rates high with "Julie" . . . hopes to become a teacher after college . . . known for her carefree walk . . . "Here we go again!" Girls' Glee Club, Girls' Shop Club, Girls' Auto Mechanics Club. John McClain Likes girls, science, and traveling . . . blonde, curly hair . . . blue eyes . . . "Jack" is always laughing . . , comes from Old Tappan . . . college lies ahead . . . "Not that again!" English Review, Moth. Review, Advanced Science, Advanced Photography, Stump Club Treasurer, Senior Play. 43 L l 1 NN-lx 'y 'isp 1 ' fQ I :R U l N i l Cf! O tt sg f. John McGurk Tall . . . husky. . . quiet. . .not seen too much around school. Eileen Grace Mundy Eileen likes fun and laughter . . . pretty . . . future plans include medical research, marriage and children . . . loves good food and p. i. parties. Jr. and Sr. Class Treasurer, Junior Play, Girl's Glee Club, G.A.A., Pep Club, Honor Society, Choir. Henry Nalbandian "Hank" is going to college . . . hopes to become a doctor . . . friendly . . . enioys sports and science . . . especially attracted to girls . . . dislikes almost nothing . . . "Oh, fudge!" Frosh and J.V. Baseball, Chefli Club, Hot Stove Club, General Science Club, Adv. Science Club, English Review Club, Math Review Club, Russian Club. f , - .. 1' . , ' V y, ,t u V fm-'fl ff' repu- hj t, .,, . - -mfg , .V J-1-au gag, 'iv W Ons, W- x 1 . 4 Z,-. ,f , r V I. V, .. Y? io 'Q' TX L James C. Mueller Resides in Old Tappan . . . future "in the clouds" awaits "Jim" as an Air Force flyer . . . fond of air- planes, cars, and girls . . . dislikes women drivers. Varsity Football, J.V. Football, Hi-Y, Adv. Science Club, Math Review Club. -. W S , I '- E sv' tvs- J is R' 1 aww 1 Florence Nagle "Flo" hails from Old Tappan .... her royal shyness .... usually seen with "Ricky" .... doesn't especially like or dislike anything except piz- za .... Junior Red Cross. Leslie Ann Nickel Leslie Ann Nickel . . . "Les" hails from Haworth . . . pretty blonde hair. . . always late. . .Wiquanup- peck, tweedy clothes and Belafonte rate high . . . dislikes olives and people who brag . . . "T. S." Tri-Hi-Y, G.A.A., Yearbook Literary Staff, Varsity Substitute Cheerleader, English Review Club, Hospitality Club. Roger J. Novak "Rog" wants to ioin the Navy . . . girls and cars are tops . . . dislikes homework and certain teachers . . . brown hair and brown eyes . . . "Are you all right?" Mechanical Drawing Club, Safe Teens, Senior Play. lr fl Irene Barbara Oberer "Obie" is very interested in people . . . dislikes hypocrites . . . likes different types of foods . . . "Sorry" . . . probable future as a secretary. G.A.A., S.C. Representative 8. Alternate, Hi-Fi Club, Home Ec. Club, Shop Club. Thomas O'Neill "Tom" looks forward to enrollment in the Navy . . . this 5'l'l", brown- haired, green-eyed youth can quick- ly be recognized by his strong en- mity for people who don't smile . . . "Can't see it." Golf Club, Golf Team. 43" Y ff 4--"". ,I-.Xb-"V Vx! 4 .ff : TW " 41 -s 5 ' if 1 '54 N Peter Nowak "Pete" plans to attend college . . . sights set on a career in engineer- ing . . . a special enthusiasm for - music - particularly the utterances '---1 if of a certain trombone . . . girls possess a definite charm. Senior Homeroom Pres., Honor Society, Band, Orchestra, Engineering, Club, MathwTeam, "Ariog" Stiff, LL 0fe'EirbookxA1t tafjbfu, X M iifzifwi. Ovfkffil W' ff X"BgrEf1l.'V.' L e5f:1fessiyeL'dyks', slozvigpk kgfilatig ,y w,el:iif"liveL,51.k-lp' swlmsjfgi' if wotfet were . ,,1,f' 4 Colel64Guarcl' aptain thiglpqstl ' ,year'L': .."DtQ,1fd1J kpow ij 'if , fH0rtDlf 5Qj4'QfY, Slgwnkguvc' yTri.vAfY Jchaiffmodq c igrwll-Qu' 'Choiiaflk' J i , , T, fpfrfsh ey ew'Clubf A -. 4 '- ,gf 'galil Y lc c fig y- gift ' qua! opffkar' .LAIW y ughihg JF. pretty brown fdeep . . . swimming, 4, I. part: d ice skating occupy , J Tami's" spare time . . . people who V don't smile annoy this gal . . . "Be good!" Pep Club, World Affairs Club, Hospitality Club, Hi-Fi Club. Paula Pardo Paula plans to become a model . . . fond of good music and foreign cars . . . Bill . . . aggravated when Barb's car won't start in the morn- ing . . . "C'est la vie." Student Council, Hi-Fi Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Hostess Club, Cheerleaders Club, Dromatics Club. r FJ v K .av -cz' Ihr? Y..,,..-uf er 7-R' l' -.X Linda Piano. A future beautician . . . "Lin" dis- likes loud people . . . her weakness is snapping gum . . . partial to good-looking fellas, good food and knitting . . . "Who do you think you are?" Hi-Fi Club, G.A.A., Secretary Club, Tri-Hi-Y Club, Gregg Club, Future Teachers Club. David Plimpton Big man . . . 6'6", 210 lbs. . . . "Spider" . . . what would N.V. basketball do without him? . . . interested in sports only when there is no chance to make money . . . nasty antipathy for homework. Football, Varsity Basketball, Junior Math Club, Officiation Club, Letterman's Club, Boating Club, Engineer's Club. 46 fl ., .. ,H 'uc 1.-zoffful 7 11 Z Sharon Patfberg Long, pony tail . . . pretty . . . one of the Demarest Debs . . . often seen with the "kids" at Genes . . . smart clothes. Lois Plaza Long brown hair . . . interested in rock n' roll and the kids from Cliff- side Park . . . pet peeve is outdoor gym classes . . . Lois plans her future as a beautician and as a wife. Maurice Plumez Dark-brown flat top . . . future in the U. S. Navy. . .sports and lemon meringue pie rate high . . . "Holy mackerel, Andy." Chef's Club, Photography Club, Golf Club, Math Review Club. wiv- I -q-1.2 Loretta Prodigo Northvale girl . . . big, brown eyes . . . parties, rock n' roll and a certain boy named Jimmy rate high with "Ren" . . . Would like to become a secretary . . . "Don't get smart!" F.T.A., Gregg Club, Secretarial Club, Hi-Fi Club, Cheering Club, Secretary of Safe Driving Club. Bernard Radi "Berny" comes from Norwood . . . apparent loathing for filling in an- swers . . . failed to hand in Year- book questionnaire. James Reiss "Jim" speaks fluent Spanish . . . career may involve fine arts-either as an author, composer, or actor . . . irked by self-sufficient women . . . "Say, Harold, old bean." Band, Choir, Boys' Glee Club, Orchestra, All-State Chorus, Operetta, Student Council, Alternate, "Arion" Staff. 'S' Q, it J t L. , . i fi! f-fl' v A f 'rf fl A' p 1, Lfu vi if L ,ll 'I 'x S, . Ronald Quackenbush War movies on T.V. are a favorite with "Ronny" . . . hopes to ioin the Air Force . . . interested in rockets and airplanes . . . weakness for money . . . "You wanta bet?" Model Railroad Club. I v .5 6' If 11"-1 51 ff . I' v ' l X , 1' ,j F I 1, , t ,Y 1 , 1 ' VI: 1 I , , A 'li'7.' --Q 1 I . f. l . rr A f ,Vf, V511 in Frank Anthony Recchio, Jr. "Rec" is teriftic in sports . . . our football captain . . . good-looking . . . future plans include college . . . hates to do homework . . . re- fsides in Haworth. l all Captain, Letterman's Club, t Stove Club, Students Council, nis Club, English Review Club. li Marnefte Requa "Marty" lives in Closter . . .this fu- ture teacher enioys music and peo- ple . . . weaknesses for pets, peo- ple, and Johnny . . .dislikes people who are tone deaf . . . "Bless you!" Yearbook Layout Stat? Editor, Color Guard, Choir, Modern Choir, Operettas. 47 Joyce Helen Ritter One of the Closter girls . . . college lies ahead next year . . . loves to drive.. .annoyed by loud, clocking gum-chewers . . . what an athlete! Senior Play, Tri-Hi-Y, Greek Club, English Review Club, G.A.A., "Arion," F.T.A. wi' i Margo Rodriguez Paiama parties and basketball games rate high with "Rodney" . . . gay driver . . . pretty . . . "Muggs" . . . future includes college and marriage . . . "I don't have any money." Soph. Class Corresponding Secretary, Tri'Hi-Y, G.A.A., J.V. Cheerleader, English Review Club, Hospitality Club, Yearbook Literary Stall. Virginia Roser "Ginny" . . . definite aversion to dressing for gym . . . intends to become a secretary. . . short, brown hair iust matches those big, brown eyes. Girls' Glee Club, G.A.A., F.T,A., Honor Society, Spanish Club. David Guy Rosner David wants to go into the field of business administration . . . amateur photographer. . . relishes all senior privileges . . . favors a complete lack of homework in the senior year . . . interested in girls, cars, and music. Advanced Photography Club, Stamp Club, Hi-Fi Club, General Science Club, Band, Safe Driving Club. 4' 'T ,M it I rf 51 X C ffl P1 Robert William Santo "Bob" is interested in cars, money, and food . . . dislikes those gum- chewers who keep their jaws chomping constantly . . . girls are his weakness . . . plans to go to college. Hi-Y, Track Team, Sports Officials Club, Stage Crew, Prom Committee. Anthony Savoca "Tony" . . . wants to make lots of money as a state trooper or a draftsman . . . good food, fast cars with stick shifts . . . detests school during hunting and fishing seasons . . . "That's close." Studen,t Council, Football, Track, Letterman's Club, Builders' and Designers' Club, Hot Stove Club, Valley Engineers fiavfx V,,"",-Q Anna Marie Sabino Resides in Norwood . . . hopes to be an elementary school teacher . . . always giggling . . . particular aversion to gym classes. Future Teachers of America, Spanish Club Math Review Club, Girls' Glee Club. Barbara Saunders "Barb" works at Stern's . . . always glad to miss gym because ofa long assembly program . . . why does typing class have to meet so early in the morning? . . . Allan . . . "Whosiwhatsis." Modern Choir, Choir, French Club, F.T.A., Girls' Glee Club, G.A.A. Joan Scherer Rides the bus from Old Tappan . plans to be a fioral designer . interested in Jim . . . looks forward to marriage . . . hates to have to sit around and do nothing . "Fabulous." Girls Auto Mechanics Club, Girls Shop Ronnie Schimel "Rummy" lives in Closter . . . hopes to have a dozen kids . . . rock n' we roll rate high as does roller skating . . . detests noisy people and gos- sipers. French Club, Hot Stove Club, Record Club, Metal Crafts Club. 'X -Uv, Paul R. Schoelles One ot the Harrington Park boys . . . plans a future in music . . . specifically interested in sports and iazz . . . dislikes math . . . "Right." Marching Band, Dance Band, Concert Band, Track Team, All-State Region I Bond, Orchestra. Richard Schoonmaker "Rich" . . . Norwood claims this lad . . . hopes to be an engineer after college . . . dislikes practically nothing . . . weakness is his ticklish- ness . . . wow, what a stereo set! Choir, Bond, Golf Club, Yearbook Layout Staff, Math Review Club, English Review Club. Cf' fit "l':"', X-rv' Q M fu." x fi ff -its 5.51 'is 1. , i -fs.. bxu.. ,...., W, '-5vgw..,. Charles Schirmer "Charlie" plans to attend college .. . likes to be with Ginny.. .dis- likes peanut butter and jelly sand- wiches and people who don't smile . . . "What's the matter?" Archery Club, Letterman's Club, Varsity Baseball, German Club. Carolyn Schoen Carolyn plans to attend college and possibly enter nursing . . . cute and friendly . . . people who have lots of fun rate high . . . enioys music . . . weakness for good pizza . . . "E-gods." Senior Class Secretary, Honor Society, Tri-Hi-Y, Modern Choir, Operettas, Yearbook Literary Staff, Cheering Club, G,A.A., All-State Chorus. Arthur Schweigard "Art" comes to us from Old Tappan . . . plans to be a math teacher . . . keen on cars . . . hates getting bad marks. Student Council, Hi-Fi Club, Graphic Arts Club, English Review Club, Math Review Club, Photography Club, Advanced Science Club. Joan Sebben "Seb" is a Closter resident . . . short and cute . . . Ralph . . .future secretary . . . "Oh, you make me sick!" Homeroom Secretary, Secretarial Club, G.A.A., Service Club, Gregg Club, Hi-Fi Club, Cheering Club. Robert Sontag "Sonny" hails from Demarest . . . after graduation comes the Navy . . . enioys cars and sports . . . dis- likes the cafeteria meals . . . "Thot's nonsense." Hi-Y, Baseball. Mark Spitzer Plans to be an architectural engi- neer . . . good sense of humor, occasionally serious . . . fond of Storm, golf, mechanical drawing and painting . . . "Steady, steady." . . ."It looks like a frammish to me." Honor Society, "Arion," Co-Editor, Engineering Club, Senior Homeraom Treasurer, Forensic League. 5 S W 175' 1 763 if-1 z , , . . , . fy. 'ft Herbert Donald Smith College is ahead for "Herb" . . . partial to cars and dates. . .weak- nesses when it comes to reading books and writing English composi- tions. . . natural dislike for home- work. . . "Your mother." Frosh Basketball, Student Council, Chairman of Prom Decorating Committee, Varsity Basketball. il, ,,. 42" 48 "vi i.s...f' Raymond Soudant "Peppy" hails from Haworth . . . curly, brown hair . . . dislikes snow on Route 303 . . . fondest desire? -to be rich. Band, Dance Band, Golf Club. Ronald Sposa Would like to be a barber . . . "Ron" likes all sports . . . dresses nicely . . . brown hair, blue eyes . . . thumbs down on school . . . "Have gas, will travel, boys." 51 Cl-reering Club, Secretarial Practice Club, Stamoulis Brown eyes and long hair . . . likes long telephone conversations and last summer's iob at Sportscraft . . . conceited people annoy "Barb" . . . will make someone a wonderful secretary . . . "Hey, Ruth l've gotta tell you something!" Gregg Club. Margorie Ann Stender "Margie" is interested in sewing horses, sports, and church work . . . future school teacher . . . hates peanut butter and jelly sandwiches . . . "Good grief!" Chaplain of Tri-Hi-Y, G.A.A., Student Council, Yearbook Staff. Arthur Straub rt" . . . a resident of Norwood . fond of hunting and fishing . .. rarely seen in the presence of females. sr., sn-...- 5 i t 1 .uw-ff A rift! X i W-.1 MV cy' ft L- v N, I C I , Magdalene Steffen "Lynn" . . . teaching will probably fill the bill for her future . . . simply loves new people, if they're not "apathetic" . . . relishes dancing and music . . . how boring some classes seem! . . . "What a banana!" G.A.A., Girls' Glee Club, Future Teachers' Club, Dramatics Club, Math Review, English Review, Yearbook Layout Stott, , -r-V l 1 gg I I , , ,, -r W X 'Fr - i Peter Stewart Anothe.r'lClosteri1e . . . always seen with Marianrlell . . weakness for cars andl,f4sod . . . "Pete" would 'like toJb'ecome an architectural draftsman .i"LU'That's ridiculous!" X Q i' Choir !, l 1 LX if Tklwatlasia Stuven Cute, green-eyed blonde . . . inter- esiediin clothes, pports and a cer- tainfsege nt r Camden Military Aifadergfbfu Aj"Luncllf6nd sloppy girls anr19y,U'Top'iae"A.vf'i college and marriage are in tW"future . . . "Hey, you guys!" If! Tri-Hi-Y, Dkrflmotics Club, English Review Club, Yearbook Business Stott, F.T.A., G.A.A., Math Review Club. Edward Sullivan "Ed" comes to Northern Valley from Haworth .... Known by his iet-black hair. , .M ,... Melissa Sutton "Lissie" . . . plans include college and a teaching career . . . would appreciate more p. i. parties and fewer D. A. haircuts . . . has a terriftic crush on Wiquclppek . . . "Oh well, that's life." Tri-Hi-Y, G.A.A., Hospitality Club, J.V. Cheerleader Cap't. Lewis Sypher "Lew" commutes to Valley from Haworth . . . curly brown hair . . . cars and sports interest him . . . parties and night life are great. . . moochers repulse him . . . can't save money . . . "That's ridiculous." Golf Team, Photography Club. l 1 "Qu-f r l i 4'-is ,N it I r""lIn -if an 'W' YN-rr' W il . -10 L ,' 'L JUL i QLS. ii ,iv Q he 67 - I. .lggf-2 use' Quia Susan Sutphen Future in nursing awaits "Susie" . . . interested in cooking and sewing . . . unique laugh . . . loves mid- night conversations and people . . . would rather forget homework and rising at 7:00 . Yearbook Literary Stalt, Color Guard, Choir, Operettas, Student Council Corresponding Secretary, Tri-Hi-Y, G.A.A. Charlotte Swain "Charly" makes Harrington Park her home . . . looks forward to William Smith next year . . . fond of sewing and singing- Hi-Fi Club, Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Operetta, Honor Society, Pep Club, English Review Club. Laura Szawiola "Law" comes to us from Northvale . . . Oh, those eyes! . . . rock n' roll, week-ends, and tall boys are fav- orites with this gal . Secretarial Club President, Junior and Sophomore Homeroom Vice-President, Cheering Club, Gregg Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Typing Servicg, Secretarial Club. . . fx, .,-f W S JN X x .VJ . xt' 54 J . r for , .r ' l i V If Jeffrey John Tamboflane g , College and dentistry are aheadj ,Lf for "Jeff" . . . weakness for girls'-' Jn and cars , . . extraordinarily clear 5 W complexion . . . dislikes snobbish K, girls . . . "Are you all right?" 1 , Golf Club, Letterman's Club, W ,. fl English Review Club, Math Review Club, I Boating Club, ,. fir ' Student Council Representative, ,, fl Homeroom President. X! ,f A,-fr i 1' Gail Taurel Oh, that British accent! . . . water skiing, dancing, and the Trinidad Yacht Club interest Gail . . . heaps of fun . . . future plans include iunior college and travel . . . "Do you know it?" Hi-Fi Club, Girls' Glee Club, Pep Club, English Review Club, Dramatics Club, C.A.A. Thomas C. Tighe "Tom's" ambition is to make a mil- lion dollars.. . weakness for spend- ing other people's money . . . dis- likes walking . . . enjoys girls, money and cars . . . "Hey," Rod and Gun Club, Auto Mechanics. ji? 'iq X "".1'.5' 255 'T'--r Mary Lee Tate Cute, short and peppy . . . loads of freckles . . . fond of fried chicken and boys . . . hopes to teach after college . . . how those poor legs ache after gym! . . . "Oh, beans!" Honor Society, Tri-Hi-Y, Soph. and Junior Class Recording Sec'y., Varsity Substitute Cheerleader. Roger Tichenor "Rag" lives in Old Tappan . . . brown hair with matching eyes . . . interested in cars, money and auto racing . . . ambitions center around industrial engineering . . . "I got an idea." Loren Jay Tilles A future engineer . . . cars and the 2:38 bell lead the way in his mind . . . weakness for talking too much . . "Oh, go away!" , Model Railroad Club, Spanish Club. if" Violette Caubert Travers "Vee's" future plans include drama- tics, the dance and writing . . . fancies good food, candlelight, soft music, and . . . long brown hair strikingly offsets those flashing, dark eyes. Dramatics Club, J.V. Cheerleader, Modern Dance Club, G.A.A., Junior Play, Senior Play. Steve Tushingham "Vinny" hopes to become an auto- mechanic . . . six foot blond . . . girls and money are tops . . . cars and sports rate high . . . "Are you all right?" Safe Teen Driving Club, Science Club, Hi-Fi Club, Biology Club. Myers Van Buren Haworth claims this lad . . . "Tip" is college bound . . . golf, ice-skot- ing, and sleeping rate high with him . . . his weakness is card games. Golf Club, Tennis Club, Math Review Club, Camera Club, Golf Team. ,va ,ss 1-5- his s. aw, 'Q'-Q I Q QR' ,, fi X X' Catherine Turcic "Cathy" . . . weakness for choco- late blizzards . . . future plans include college and teaching . . . sewing and water skiing sure are great . . . a Haworth girl . . . "Really." Hostess Club, Hi-Fi Club, Pep Club, World Affairs Club. tm? Louis Martin Unger Comes from Demorest. . . a physi- cist of tomorrow . . . "Lou" is interested in science and photo- graphy . . . food is his weakness. Engineers and Designers Club, Adv. Photo Club, Yearbook Photo Staff, Math Review Club, Northern Star Photo., Russian Club. Barbara Vanderbilt "Marty" would like to become a ballroom-dancing teacher . . . fond of New York and music . . . both- ered by cars that don't start on cold mornings . . . "That's close!" Student Council Representative, Hostess Club, J,V. Cheerleader, Tri-Hi-Y, Dramatics Club, Mixed Chorus. 55 Plans to and get married . . . pretty hair . . . food is her weakness . . . "Liz" likes Aruba, dancing, and dogs . . . interested in Syracuse University. Newspaper Feature Editor, Tri-Hi-Y, Choir, Operetta, Hi-Fi Club. Jeffery Van Zandt Tall, crew-cut . . . friendly . hunting, spectator sports, and girls rate high . . . school lunches don't appeal to "JeH" . . . future Phar- macist. President of Hi-Y, Student Council Representative, Rod and Gun Club, Senior Play, Boating Club, Junior Play. Thomas Wicks "Tom" wants to attend college and then become a salesman . . . finds a lack of time to put on studying . . . desires more money for a car. Track Team, Photography Club, i Gymnastics Club, Rod and Gun Club. I x-.,i .I yn 10' ,f -r Ne , i sv- Suzanne Van Vorst "Sue" came to Northern Valley this year from Pennsylvania . . . cute blue-eyed blonde known by her red and white Chrysler and red fringe iacket . . . cowboys, rodeos and Appaloose horses . . . pet peeve is an empty gas tank. Yearbook Art Staff, Hockey Team. 1? l 'J ,- Patricia Viola "Patti" hails from Northvale . . . likes jazz, Greenwich Village, and Dave . . . a powder blue M.G. is her weakness . . . "Oh anything for a Iaugh." Tri-Hi-Y, Distributive Education Club, F.T.A. David Williams "Willie" has plans for college . . . he is interested in sport cars and model railroading . . . brown eyes and hair . . . very short and shy . . . weakness is math. ,- Band, Orchestra, Junior Varsity Basketball Manager, Boys' Glee Club. Lutz Wiffig Hails from Northvale . . .soccer and stamp collecting occupy "Lutz's" spare time . . . tall . . . would like to become an electrical engineer. 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' In 1 . ,- ,f 2 'V' 'V' '1 + 5.- 4 'I Bri' !P"1. xiii: 'IZ X 'rv' '11 .U ur if" 0- , it kv UNDERCLAQ?MEN JUNIORS B221 Mr. Colanfoni s 5 V JUNIORS B205 Miss Akillion :L in N-Q .IUNIORS B223 Mr. Dance .IUNIORS B220 Mrs. Decker, Mr. Newman .IUNIORS B121 Mr. Gcrbczccio Ye .wtklh JUNIORS B204 Mr. Fossa I 9 .IUNIORS C1 'IO Miss Kirchgesner JUNIORS C108 Mr. Sfonewick JUNIORS C208 Mr. Lee 1 JUNIORS C109 Mr. Tully .IUNIORS E109 Mr. Wilson SOPHOMORES A122 Mrs. Berryman SOPHOMORES C202 Mr. Jcannarone Q SOPHOMORES C203 Mr. Simon SOPHOMORES C205 Mr. KnoH SOPHOMORES C209 Mr. Leonard SOPHOMORES B122 Mr. Ncrdelli SOPHOMORES C210 Mr. Miller SOPHOMORES B101 Mr. Ritchie .. Sf CL SOPHOMORES C207 Mr. Shine ii SCPHOMORES B103 Miss Huber FRESHMEN C203 Mr. Conlon SOPHOMORES B203 Mrs. Zczdigicm FRESHMEN C205 Miss DeRosa FRESHMEN B203 Mr. Heiniz, Mrs. Asher FRESHMEN C204 Mr. Erber FRESHMEN C207 Mr. Soricks FRESHMEN A122 Mr. Pcmgburn FRESHMEN B103 Mrs. Roberts FRESHMEN C202 Mr. Roberts FRESHMEN C209 Mr. Ochs FRESHMEN B122 Miss Small FRESHMEN B101 Mr. Singer FRESHMEN C208 Mr Whnfe ilu.. FRESHMEN C210 Mr SJllrvon 79 'Ht 0-1' 1' M Ygf 1 539 J if I M su" K W It T Urhf km 9 gb There are many groups who offer thenr servnces to the betterment of Northern Valley both to Its educatnonal aspects and to nts numerous achvltles 80 A is X ff: -1. .29 if . ' ' 'W . ,K rw J . nk I I ' viii... ,I at J' eqygnu- an Xwr'-, Q ' l r 75 r QQ 5 X . 'S P- ' A s ? ' N t A g f , XX? .,NQ M A H YYY L Q wig ,pk V? A 7 4 . , Q v 2 t x r , , u Xu .L 3' qi gm ,.,tV,,vf, M .F ,ga ig 4,1-QQ ig, 4 W-- r -. -,--au u u sl' STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council, under the guidance of Mr. Tully, has accomplished much for Northern Valley this past year. When our new stadium was completed last fall, the council contributed the necessary amplifying system. Also, they have raised sufticient money to sponsor a for- eign student at Northern Valley next year. We are rightly proud of our student government. President: Donald Freyy Vice-President: Gloria Mooreg Corresponding Secretary: Susan Sut- phenp Recording Secretary: Donna Villarosaf Treasurer: Robert lverson. XV NORTHERN ORS Howard Lloyd Edlforln chle Helen French Wllllam Flohr Hamer Drum Marneife Requa Mr Dance Adviser BUSINESS STAFF Wllllam Flohr Edllor Eleanor Adams Marhe Aldnch Duane Blankensfeln Judy COKIN Belly Koch Jack McClam Tome Stuven ART STAFF Harrie? Drum Edlfor Peter Nowak Morgue Stender Charlotle Swann Sue Van Vorsf LIGHTS IJ :Q y K -. is LAYOUT STAFF LITERARY STAFF Helen French Edlior Ensign Cowell Janet Creswlck Barbara Keenan Carol Kneeland Ona Lundgren Barbara Mandel Leslne Nickel Carole Rlha Margo Rodnguez Carolyn Schoen Sue Sufphen PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF Dave Rosner Lou Unger Marnefte Requa Edrfor Judy Dwyer Bruce Lldsfon Richard Schaonmaker Lyn Steffen Elrzabefh Vanderbush .3 Z, I ' r I I :S ., , I 'Y ' ng- ' I 1 .f 1 Q ,n . . 1 ' - 1 'xii I ' 5 ,..-v 63 NORTHERN STAR Published By Northern Valley Regional High School 150 Knickerbocker Road, Demarest, N. J. Faculty Advisor ........ Charles Sullivan Melvyn Yessenow .......... ............... E dltor-in-Chief John Broderick ....... .... ........... T e clinical Editor Jeannette Fulchlron Q ......... .... B usiness Editor Bruce Kruger, John Brue .....,. ...... N ews Editors Douglas Hancock, John Kenny -- ..... Sports Editors Elizabeth Vanderbush ......,.., .... l feature Editor Richard Giles ......... . ...... ....... A rt Editor Isabel Come .,.................................... Copy Editor Lewis Unger .................................... Photographer Reporters ......... Elaine Ambrose, Arthur Dolt, Judith Downe, Kathleen Gaynor, James Hanlon, Dale Hendrickson, Olga Horak, Elizabeth Logsdon, Joanne Pullen, Marnette Requa, Thomas Rizer, Carole Rubner, Jayne Semino, Joseph Telan, Ellen Williamson. Copy Staff ...... Judith Coffin, Janet Creswlck, XVilliam Flohr, John McClain, xvendy Shearlng Typist ....... . .-.. ............... -............ - - Wilma Damm J7'f' ACTIVITIES 105.4-zz, THE LIBRARY CLUB The Library Club, under the direction of Mr. Sheehan, meets every Thursday. Its ten members are offered training for all phases of library work and positions on the Library Council. They assist Mrs. Fortunado in many ways in the library. ADVANCED PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB Mr. Ritchie directs the Advanced Photo- graphy Club which includes approximate- ly seventeen students. Primarily, the club is interested in keeping a photographic record of all our major school events. Also these "camera-bugs" learn about different kinds of photographic equip- ment and various darkroom procedures. WORLD HISTORY CLUB Under the direction of Mr. Newman, members of the World History Club en- liven their concepts of history by review- ing selected material. Meetings are con- ducted as informal discussion groups brightened by occasional books, pictures, films or magazine articles contributed by the students. 86 X--X CREATIVE WRITING CLUB The Creative Writing Club, under the guidance of Mr. Miller, tries to develop the interests and abilities of its members in writing poetry, plays, and stories. They discuss sundry works of note and, in group discussions, criticize their own individual literary efforts. MODEL MAKERS CLUB The Model Makers Club, comprised of fifteen members, meets Wednesday morn- ings. The club, under the guidance of Mr. Wilson, designs and makes models of ships, boats or other means of trans- portation. They also discuss modelmak- ing as a hobby. KNITTING CLUB Sixteen nimble-knuckled-knitters, under the guidance of Miss Small, meet each Thursday during thirteenth period and, thereby, form our Knitting Club. The members are primarily freshmen who work on individual items during their meetings and receive advice concerning outside proiects. 87 N20 Ft JUNIOR RED CROSS The Jumor Red Cross advised by Miss DeRosa participates in community and school prolects and assists the needy Fifty five Junior Red Cross members representative of the sophomore lunuor and senior classes meet on Monday to take part in this worthy organization President L L Lawrence FRESHMEN JUNIOR RED CROSS Luke so many of Northern Valleys clubs this year the Junior Red Cross Club has found it necessary to divide into two sections-one for upperclassmen and one for underclassmen. This the freshmen division of the Red Cross meets alone every Thursday and enioys activities sim- ilar to those of the larger club. BIOLOGY CLUB The Biology Club's seventeen members under the supervision of Mr. Ritchie meet every Monday. They discuss new develop- ments in the biological fields, both botanical and zoological, and any other topics of special interest which are not usually covered in the school biology course. GYMNASTICS CLUB The Gymnastics Club affords boys who are sincerely interested in athletics, the opportunity to use various gym equip- ment. They develop new skills by using the horse, the flying rings, and the parallel bars. Mr. Hildebrandt directs the vigorous group. FRESHMEN GOLF CLUB The Freshmen Golf Club, advised by Mr. Kelly, affords its members golf practice and an opportunity to investigate the philosophy behind this sport. It also fur- nishes a source of prospective golfers for Northern Valley's Golf Team. SCIENCE AND ASTRONOMY CLUB Mr. Roberts sponsors the Science and Astronomy Club, which is comprised of fifteen freshmen. Being a scientific group, this club studies man's penetration and conquest of his physical environment, not only on the earth's surface, but also beneath the sea and in outer space. GlRL'S METAL CRAFT CLUB Under Mr. Unger's careful guidance, the girls in the Metal Craft's Club spend Monday mornings working on all types of craft proiects. The girls make various objects for the home and for themselves in the club. RECORD CLUB Many pupils participate in the activities of the Record Club. Mr, Newman leads the discussions concerning the popular and semiclassical disks which members contribute at each meeting. Members were taught to appreciate the types of music most familiar to the American public. SAFE DRIVING CLUB The Safe Driving Club, composed of about thirty members, under the leader- ship of Mr. Shine, strives to promote safe driving attitudes and habits among Northern Valley students, since safety education is a vital prerequisite to good driving. President: Mike Gallione 90 I H GREEK LANGUAGE CLUB The purpose of the Greek Language Club is to familiarize students with classical Greek Language and to study the Greek etymological derivation of many English words. Mr. Strohmeyer, the club's ad- visor, concentrates mainly on the mechanics of the language rather than Greek history. President: Ellen Goldensohn SPORTS OFFICIATING Convening on Mondays, the Sports Officiating Club discusses with Mr. Luciano the rules and interpretations of various sports: football, basketball, base- ball and track. Its membership consists mainly of people who have participated in varsity sports. OUTDOOR CLUB Under the able direction of Mr. Erber, the Outdoor Club, freshman group, meets regularly to discuss numerous outdoor sports, activities, and types of recreation. There are approximately thirty-five mem- bers who participate actively in the club's activities. President: James Lowe. 91 6-P55556 MATHEMATICS CONTEST CLUB The ten members of the Mathematics Contest Club selected because of their exceptional mathematical abilities meet every Wednesday afternoon to prepare for various local contests They partici pated in the contests sponsored by the Bergen County Mathematics League Miss Reece is the faculty advisor who directs this club MODEL RAILROAD CLUB Under the direction of Mr Dance the Model Railroad Club is constructing a Model railroad layout in the school fan room. The members therefore can easily study the techniques of construction and operation of model railroads. President: Joe Kraus Vice President: Martin Kern- Secretary-Treasurer: Chris Campbell. ADVANCED SCIENCE CLUB Mr. Fossa directs the Advanced Science Club which is comprised of about eigh- teen members. Because these students represent only the upper two classes in Northern Valley, the club is better able to explore the more complex areas of science. President: Eugene Benklemann. VALLEY ENGINEERS CLUB The main function of the Valley Engineers Club, under the direction of Mr. Cimmino, is to foster an interest in civil engineering by observation of stand- ard building practices. Many informa- tive discussions are held concerning the practical applications of engineering to various types of construction and archi- tecture. President: Mark Spitzer, Sec- retary-Treasurer: Joe Kraus. RUSSIAN CLUB Sponsored by Mr. Stanewick, the Russian Club is one of Northern Valley's newest and most interesting clubs. The mem- bers learn on an elementary level the anthology, pronunciation and usage of the Russian language. President: John Logsdon. AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS CLUB The Audio-Visual Aids Club assists at all school affairs where they operate movies and slide proiectors. Under the sponsor- ship of Mr. Schrock, these students, who are interested in such mechanics, also provide classrooms with protection equip- ment. ENGLISH REVIEW CLUB The obiective of the English Review Club is to prepare students for the English section of the College Entrance Examina- tion Boards. Mr. Stanewick directs the club which reviews vocabulary, grammar, and literature by testing its member's abilities on various practice quizzes. ENGLISH REVIEW CLUB After reviewing for College Boards until March, the thirty members of this section of the English Review Club, under the leadership of Mr. Koch, were given an opportunity to increase their appreciation of American and British literature. ARCHITECTS' CLUB The Architects Club, under the guidance of Mr. Czirr, presents to its twenty mem- bers an opportunity for original design work in the various fields of drafting, particularly architecture. President: Noel Hilden, Vice-President: Joe Bob Comfort, Secretary-Treasurer: Howard Lloyd. 4 P11 1 .ll F. T. A. CLUB The purpose of the Future Teachers of America, sponsored by Miss Trexler, is to interest its members in a career in teaching. The thirty-five members spon- sor two "Tag Days" each year, and the proceeds of these go toward a scholar- ship for a senior who plans to enter the teaching profession. President: Lynn Lar- son, Vice-President: Mary Keane, Secre- tary: Joyce Gargan. NORVALIS CHAPTER OF THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The Norvalis Chapter of the National Honor Society is comprised of selected students of the Senior Class who are chosen because of their leadership, schol- arship, service, and character. The Chapter meets on Fridays and is advised by Mr. Duff about any pertinent school matters. President: Hugh Comfort, Vice- President: Mark Spitzer, Secretary: Joyce Gargen, Treasurer: Peter Nowak. GREGG CLUB Sponsored by Miss Rude, the Gregg Club is organized to give advanced shorthand and typing students an opportunity to earn awards given by the Gregg Publish- ing Co. for both speed and accuracy. President: Marie Locovare, Vice-President: 95 4 L ! F," ,ww J LETTERMAN'S CLUB The Letterman's Club, sponsored by Mr. Yockers, is an activity for the Varsity lettermen of the school. Meeting on Friday mornings, these boys establish themselves as leaders of the athletes of Northern Valley. With the money they receive from the athletic tournaments at Northern Valley, they purchase awards for their senior members. President: Anthony Savoca. MATHEMATICS REVIEW CLUB The Mathematics Review Club under the supervision of Miss Reece affords its thirty sux sophomore tumor and senior members an opportunity to prepare for College Board Examinations by review mg not only algebra and geometry but also preliminary mathematics Students solve practice problems during the club period and then discuss possible solutions DRAMATICS CLUB The Dramatics Club gives interested stu- dents a chance to increase their dramatic experience. Under the direction of Mr. Fitzsimmons, the members, during their club meetings, put on short plays or portions of plays. FROSH TENNIS CLUB Another of our freshmen clubs, the Frosh Tennis Club, meets every Thursday after- noon, under the guidance of Mr. Dotson. It is designed to promote interest in tennis and to improve the tennis skills of its members so that they will be better able to enioy the game. Eventually, these stu- dents will be the Varsity Tennis Team at Northern Valley. WORLD AFFAIRS CLUB The purpose of the World Affairs Club is to discuss current events and to learn about the history behind such events. The Club, under the leadership of Mrs. Decker, has participated in one of the several seminars held at the United Nations. SKI CLUB One of the more exciting clubs of the school is the Ski Club. Under the guid- ance of Mr. Shine, these ambitious "snow fiends" improve their skiing know- ledge. They take trips to nearby resorts to practice their new learned techniques. President: Allan Johnson, Vice-President: Lorraine Thomson, Secretary: Eileen Gay- nor, Treasurer: Lois Wilson. SPORTS CLUB The Sports Club meets every Wednesday' to discuss different sports. They investi- gate the rules and regulations of sports that are of mutual interest to all the mem- bers. Besides these discussions, they also participate in seasonal sports activities. HOSPITALITY CLUB Hospitality Club girls are trained to act as Northern VaIIey's hostesses whenever food service is needed. When guests are entertained by the administration, faculty, or student organizations, the girls, ad- vised by Miss Kennally, perform the necessary culinary duties. President: Nancy Plimpton, Vice-President: Roberta Britnell, Secretary: Camilla Pittner. "LITTLE DIPPER" The "Little Dipper" co-edited by Janice Dolt and Jennifer Bobrinko reports about the frosh activities to its readers. The members of the newspaper staff also contribute literature to the "Northern Star" and "Arion" magazine. 98 3 34 FRESHMAN DRAMATICS CLUB The Freshman Dramatics Club, under the leadership of Mrs. Roberts, has studied the methods of reading and acting one- act plays. In order to accomplish this, they have divided their literature into three groups-comedy, drama and mys- tery. President: Walter Bliss. DEBATING CLUB The purpose of the Debating Club is to foster an appreciation for intellec'ual discussions. Under the direction of Mr. Fitzsimmons, members participate in live- ly debates during club meetings. The club also is anticipating future debates in the Forensic League. President: Storm Hiorth. "ARl0N" Our school literary magazine, "Arion" published four times a year, is sponsored by Mr. Jannarone. Stories, poems, and iokes of literary value written by students of all four classes at Northern Valley are included in each issue. This year the magazine was entered into competition with magazines of other schools. 99 'E llllli i, i t l- l l l i l ' l l HI-Y CLUB The Hi-Y, a boy's service club, is sponsor- ed by Mr. Heintz. The members of the club strive to build good character throughout the school and to support and organize school functions, such as the annual Hi-Y Faculty Game, a service function of the club. They also partici- pate in Hi-Y activities on the County level. President: Jeff Van Zandtg Vice- Presidenty Daniel Kovacsp Secretary: Bob Santo. LIBRARY COUNCIL We are indebted to Mrs. Eileen E. Fortu- nato for her efficient management of the library and the organization of the li- brary Council which meets in the library every Wednesday. Its thirty-five mem- bers assist with the routine library pro- cedures. A trip to the West Point Library is planned and a faculty tea is given annually during Library Week. President: Nancy Bertelsen. FRESHMEN CHEERING CLUB The Freshmen Cheering Club offers any freshman girl an opportunity to learn the standard Northern Valley cheers. Mem- bers of this club usually hope to continue with their cheerleading until they even- tually become members of a cheering squad. SHOP CLUB The motive of the Shop Club is to teach interested Freshmen the skills required to operate hand and power tools. Mem- bers learn to make minor repairs, which are frequently needed in every home. They "learn by doing" in the wood shop under the direction of Mr. Steckline. Presi- dent: Fredrich Hochman, Vice President: Susan Deddre, Secretary: Margaret Lind- grenp Treasurer: Van Leeuwen. ROD 8g GUN CLUB The Rod Club, meeting every Wednesday morning, discusses various aspects of fishing. Besides talking about types of fish and places for fishing, they discuss the seasonal occurrences of fish in various waters. The equipment used in angling is always a main topic with these fisher- men. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB The Basic Photography Club is an organi- zation which serves to introduce interested students to the highly diverse and com- plex hobby of photography. lts mem- bers become familiar and adept with various types of cameras and films in order to improve the quality of their pictures. STAGE TECHNICIANS The Stage Technicians, assisted by Mr. Ochs, play an important part in all school productions. Activities which in- volve any type of lighting, staging, and sound effects are sure to be a success under the competent management of our stage crew. DRAMATICS CLUB With Mr. Leonard as their faculty advisor, the thirty students in the Dramatics Club explore the various phases of the theater. At the end of the year, they present a drama festival at which they present several one-act plays which interest the entire school. President: Richard McCabe. MODEL AIRPLANE CLUB Organized by Mr. Singer, the Model Airplane Club offers its freshmen mem- bers an opportunity to develop and apply their understanding of aeronautics through group discussion and model air- plane construction. This year the group visited a place of special interest to the boys. 102 rf! S7543 1 s Q 1 ' I f ' f , , i F ff!!! FROSH FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Under the guidance of Mr. Sullivan, the freshmen division of our Future Teachers of America Club informs its members about various aspects of the teaching profession, including college preparation, requirements, scholarships, opportunities, salary, tenure and retirement. TRI-HI-Y Open to all Northern Valley girls, the Tri-Hi-Y is a service organization spon- sored by Miss Huber. The members have ushered for several school activities, as- sisted in answering phones for telethons, and attended Tri-Hi-Y conferences. A trip to the Church of All Nations' Neigh-- borhood House, where the girls provided gifts and entertainment for the children, highlighted the year. President: Mary Lee Tate, Vice President: Becky Brooks, Corresponding Secretary: Leslie Nickel, Recording Secretary: Melissa Sutton, Chaplin: Mariorie Stender, Treasurer: Penny Dawson, Historian: Sally Priestly. WRESTLING TEAM This year Northern Valley's department added a new squad to its many teams - a crew of muscle-men. These grunt 'n groaners, who range in weight from 97 to 210 pounds, take great pleasure in heroic tussels - the more rambunctious the better. Here's hoping these boys will really be able to throw their weight around and make a name for Valley next year. 105 X C-J SPANISH CLUB Under the direction of Mr Knott the Spanish Club acquaunts its members with the language and culture of Spain through games and recordings A high light of the year was a trip to New York City to see a Spanish play President Deeann La Valle FRENCH CLUB Seeing movies participating ln French games and songs and taking field trips are malor activities of the French Club This past year they saw a French movie and dined at a French restaurant In New York President Janet Creswick Vice President John Maxon Secretary Bar bara Moles BIOLOGY CLUB Under the direction of Mrs. Berryman, members of our Bio Club gather unusual information concerning the physical make-up of various plants and animals. Several field trips are enioyed each year by this group, but club periods are usual- ly devoted to lecture and discussion sessions. MODERN SECRETARIES' CLUB The purpose of this club is to acquaint Senior Business Education students with modern oftice techniques, procedures, equipment and standards of work and appearance. The club is sponsored by Miss Audesirk. FRESHMAN VISUAL AIDS CLUB Mr. Pangburn, the sponsor of the Frosh Visual Aids Club, trains its twenty mem- bers to operate all of our visual-aid equipment so that they will be prepared to replace our present upper-class visual aid crew. These boys will become im- portant as assistants to many of our teachers in future years. HOT STOVE CLUB The Hot Stove Club serves as a discus- sion group for sports enthusiasts who wish to review local, national and international athletic events. After various members report on recent athletic events which interest the group the floor is opened to any comments or debates. President: George Kneeland. tv 509' 1 43413124 , WW- f JG'-QU if H ss 1 WG' , -S- f: MUSIC f 4' Q" 4 'f 3 4 f. " 1 Ph-""' S -'Qu f x s my V +5 q 'Q I 5 1 I , Y 5 5 9,4 . . fi Q-v-uv MARCHING BAND The' sixty tive piece marching band pro- vides entertainment at school football games and various local parades. The band also performs at the annual Clifton and Teaneck band festivals. Because the band members put long hours of practice into each performance, their presentations are hailed by many as the finest in the area. COLOR GUARD AND MAJORETTES How proudly the Northern Valley Color Guard and Maiorettes strut down the grid- iron leading our band between the halves at each football game! Because these girls spend long hours developing their skills and precision, they present exhibitions worthy of acclamation by all Northern Valley students. AE'-guzlgus as ff lc 1 E-115' COLOR GUARD The Color Guard marches wuth the band at football games and assusts at the school assemblues Not only have they been successful un workung dufferent routunes for the games but also they have developed skull at precusuon marchung At the band pageant these gurls exhubuted one of theur snappy gun routunes Captaun Barbara Oluver su 'SYN THE BANNER CARRIERS The banner waving un the breeze, attractuvely dusplayung our school emblem and name, is carrued by our two banner carruers. Thus famuluar symbol leads our marchung band down the griduron at every football game - 'Yi v-ki i . I f I ,Q .,,, ' E Xa - E 4 X i 'rw ,ul 27" X ' f ., K ..,.. , A' 2 . A V X g t su , f 1 .x X cl !' N Tl' A . vu- , A ,Q X X' ' ' .1 I 'S . swf' A .K d yi PA VN sf... -sq V, Q , ' ,,,,u -Q 57 , f F' , A A 1, L ' , R u ,,f- r tl l as l at - , ' L . 1 , ve, ,.,. '31 HT K 4 ' STRUT'N HIGH YO AM' It J f CMV ' Cllflgc, O t ' C fill! x D1'f"1ll lcTtu"c LH 'DQ cl . 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A, lf' Zydajofr- N, N. x W. 3 'x 90s nO O TNS ergo xc Bon non HoN'C W Cxn X 101 U10 de'-Q51 d x en'Y Sw WY V0 Q d on ,hem ,ms 0 ne hun rehou' Nixon Perm of O xhfoug NIU omp05ed TAY c BAND a bmtfn 1 Count 'f SYMP won 'eco3nBer en c'-'Wee' P vow' on Gt N rkhem we o n T rW bo 9 ou o Yeo Q, h d ' qhfou n1S E, hi dxsgngjg e xgxggznd Pfese BPSNN or ts ssem 1 Sc czxqnge U eic 11 Hin U I V ez ff THE ORCHESTRA The Christmas program the operetta and the s to the support grven them y 0 On y one at No h TEN O 841m- c t""f L Nfr lg B d' ar I' Be I1 7- O 11 ptr Fvrulagson Suppe u0n W4 Gwfsch 'V E GY1 KOFTOBA Ur -ark Dvofak GNU ,AW OU-I 'AXNOB prmg festival ur ta ente rt ern Valle owe much of thear succe orchestra his group of y which offers opporrumf ' I Ho H315 :uf , 5-Wir tu Pefbwm ss h musrcrans rs the IES to strmg lnstru 1 o E In hgchdg Ohlelu SAXO Qxc N, 0 'x 1 5 , A A ' fl r A sf ' . k 'j f 2 I 5 ft X, ' , 1 ' ,. 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Y 14 ,gi ffffi X w f, x MODERN CHOXR he Mo ern C orr o setect group o o out thrrry vorces sm s con te orory choro h eroture os wet os some o the great socre c oro osterpxeces Wth Mr Srmpson o rrector the grou rs otten cohe u on to perform tor tocot com mumty orgomzotxons ' ffgi if 1, ra HNNAN cr-toaus ef 5 e reshmon orus mtroduces totented treshmen to tour port mm e c orus rrtusrc Wrth Mr Sxm son os xrector thx group ertorms o r ererxt occosxons through ut ecr thereby provrdmg our sc o wrt more fme must: on mokmg roud ot ur excehent mu c poftmen I 4 . U r! I 4 VA' ' ? X A 3 Q K , 11 K X V1 mm: Y, Q r tx txt A ' V 1 X V M L r , xt. . Q it Er 1 Y. 1 E' H ' T ,D of 5- 1 T d h ' , Z Q b . . ' .9 , 1 mp t X 'X d h xt I ti 2 A m ' . K . ' s in Q ' Xxx In I P . d I K Snl Y: P 1 . . - pr 4 4 n p A to , 1 .H Y Qu ES . Th r on " Q - aa' ' ' t ' ' - af' S' 0 :E A YW: ' A ' us 9 Q st de- r. l Cyg Son Og Vhxhe N 5 is X XX whk DQ. ET! ......L: k? wi. Maw oc.. xxghom wx WX I The seventy-eight voice concert choir the varsity IH V112-H-I group of our vocal department is selected through audition by our choral director Mr. Simpson. This past season they were heard in the fall choral con- cert which included the presentation of Kurt Weills ' 0 Down in the Valley the Christmas concert and ' I ., -K the Bergen Evening Record Choral Festival. This :C ..-. excellent group has gained recognition as a top- f notch, high school choir. President: .Storm Hiorthy Vice-President: Jerry Scotty K Secretary-Treasurer: Carolyn Schoeny Librarian- I' Jeannette Fulcherion. V' - - fi' I 'Rfb Pam: 5 "fri QQ Cl G l' S it ti 6 lvf f we x jg? 14 J c EN. s H, 'E-' 2 X, X fm - fp Q. Y 4 NX y y Y Q llllf it lt If i 1 l A Quai I , x l ,t Q , g' ' v c 1 , ff D2 T Xt. ' 9. 9 lx T ll ' I L? 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P-.71-'-,iyxlga-,4'5gf1,A if-' 5525 'ff-V ' "inf 'if' . - xg Qgxifisfiij .T :A -5525213 55,5 ggi 4 J " ff:-Y 5 ' :TFA-' f Pg 3,12 A5141-if I , ' V1 ,, ,,L1,g x in QI? V,1Z.gf?Lk"Qfn.w i.",i' " 1' . 'Y "T '- f "rx - x 'AX ?,:,.,.n ' - Vx S. A. s 1 we S i 5 52. '-- or 4 " ' f ' E34 NX BALL S 1 .2 S' Q? 5 . 5 119 -.. 1-f FOOTBALL Hughlnghtung Northern Valleys finest football season was the teams spectac ular Turkey Day victory over proverblally strong Pascack Valley last fall The thousands of spectators at thus game saw an msplred Northern Valley team play determmed professnonal quallty football that left no doubt un anyones mmd that Northern Valley has become a mayor league contender Hats off to Coach Luciano and hls pugskm crew for a really memorable season' . . . , . . . . 1 I . BASKETBALL Sparked by sharpshootmg Bob Iverson and the fine coachmg of Mr Hrlde brandt the basketball team achneved vuctory more than ever before Our athletes heights certamly combmed to heughten theur season for they hed for second place nn the league and entered the State Basketball Tournament competmon where they beat Newton and Lmcoln lwhat a thrlllerll but dropped a heartbreaker to Englewood , . I . . . . . . 1 ,lm f BASKETBALL X, L f 4 -ON 124 BASEBALL - , .-..... 3, x , te' i - " Y M s ...--- ' ' M, . -A-f' Q 51.5 .AJ . , -, My ,,,,... .., ,ff .g ,L .ws-,- A- wt' Ball . . . strike . . . ball . . . wham! What a hit! We score again! Our baseball team, coached by Mr. Garbachio and Mr. Tully, is still young and building for the futurep but they still turn in good seasons-Long on spirit but short on runs. Oh, for a few more good pitchers! .f w J! CHEERLEADERS 'www' ' f ' S . 1 V 124.2 Z g pad Wm kj ff , , Q, j fm G 27 ,af .... . ff ,A 5 ,f X ,f Icy, Y f fp" ,aff fr, ,?' f 1 ,f ff 4 5'-3' - . X4 -4 Q-frrvffl J ,- fvdfa-:Sf 'rv-Q f r F ' Sv f f 6 44 ff X 47, y J 5. , ' Z' Rv' Z- 1 K 3.9 x 'w-7' 126 r f. W, g Ka' ,Q . FX A . .drgg 315' 3- -E wqmx-X K ff! S. WAN. 1? x U Z 1. ff X x ll! Q z 'Q 2 xslt CHEERLEADERS The N ers help to brrng excute ment and color to our games Theur pep and actlvnty lxven all sports events as well as the clmucs and the Bergen County cheerleader annual contest rn whrch they partrcupate Var snty Captam Bunny Cowen J V Captaun Melnssa Sutton V Cheerlead Na ,,.Lf r ,s vi' Selling programs at the home varsity football games us a molor actuvuty of the ten frosh cheerleaders Mass Hastings IS the aclvusor of these gurls who cheer at all freshmen football and basketball games Captasn Pamela Hebel Q A V1-ii. , V , x.-N, I ! 1 I gt , gg - X t 1 2, I ' - l ov. v-,. ....,,. N Q , I fi x x . .c .., , t r ' ,, .- , W .J ,A , . , h 5 A A , .. - f W' ,,, 5. ks- nl :- A! lwfyfi "fl 'w . ' ' .. fi--ffdif, , ,Q . K NN V. ., . , 5 ,f . . . . . . . . . . , - . : 7 . . : G A A COUNCIL 1 793' T7 , iiilq Mft "A P-v fx: FB' 3 333: 'Uhr The GAA Council IS comprised of four officers the cheerleaders and two elective representatuves from each gym class The Councul under the guxdance of Miss Schneider plans the actlvltles of the G AA and annually presents an award to the best gurl athlete In the Sensor class President Bunny Cowen Vice President Harriet Drum Secretary Kathy Gaynor Treasurer Jen Parsells TRACK Although stlll In sts formatlve years the track team coached by Mr Y k h oc ers as partlclpated wlth strong competutuon In many meets and conferences where It has earned a sur rl i I fi p s ng y ne record Great thmgs are expected from these boys In the future x I L M . "Q A U ,gt Q K V1 s a r R 5.3 .R I 1 -4' I. 14 ., A, Qi K1 ff? '1 ' 5 'f1m 1. . - ' X, , ! 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KL1- fr K A QQ-gf 4 D- .5 , ,Up K J., J 1 uv- , fi My aw- 4. xx' tr,4V4E,l Q' ,tif ' , - F 1 , - Jani ' . ' 24 f 0 - ar , x !, sm fd. A 4 l V-1 . U 1 Lx N 1 a yr ' 4 "'5 A'- C 5 5 I N 4 M r , 0 mb I ,, Y a Q -if .L " Q 1-. X . . 132 :dx V, . fl' 5' 3 M. ,7N . iff I V g six. Q 5 , ' gf'-3.,,,,i . , 'F a ax' Us L N 'qs T s x M7 M . . ' Y -,E N 5 5 . f . N' .U W , s 'K Q YA' ... ', F GOLF Thus years Golf Team of sux members has entered a new golf league which holds tournaments at the Bergen County Golf Course In Rocklelgh every Monday and Thursday afternoon durmg the sprung Coach Colantom drllls the boys every Friday at the White Beeches Country Club m Haworth TENNIS Our Varsity Tenms Team coached by Mr Muller practuced doggedly In spate of several snow storms Varsuty Netmen look forward to a good season of regularly scheduled tournaments and will open agalnst Pascack Valley Regular team members practuce dolly on the new school courts at QE if 'lk c 'A K . t . "-ufxg I L H rl' CAFETERIA STAFF JANITORIAL STAFF 8-Mrs W H Coleman Mr 8-Mrs S E Barber A Fruend Sgt Robert O Ackerman Mr 8- Mrs E Adams Mr George Adams Mrs George Adams Heudu Adams Mr 8-Mrs John F Adams 8- Famuly Al and Betty Al and Lyn Gary Albellu Mr 8- Mrs Frank Alfano Muss Ida Altano Mr 8-Mrs P Alleborn Rev 8- Mrs Robert N Allen 8- Mrs Charles Ambrose 8- Mrs Edward Ambrose 8- Mrs Wulluam Ambrose 8- Mrs Robert M Anderson Barbara Angeluno Mr H W Anton Marianne Argent: Anon Josh and Rosalund Asher Mr 8- Mrs Reynold Astrove Muss Emma Audesurk Muss Muna B Audesurk Auntue Ann Mr 8- Mrs Wulluam Auth Albert Bagun 8- Famuly Mr 8- Mrs Fred Balzer Barbara and Bull The Barretts 8- Mrs Frank Batstone 8- Mrs Charles Baumuller 8- Mrs Joseph Beahm 8- Mrs Carl A Behrens 8- Mrs Peter Belluzu 8- Mrs Eruc G Bengtson 8- Mrs Larnue Benlamun K Benkelmann M Benkelmann Mr 8- Mrs B Bennett Benny Mr 8- Mrs F Bergonzu Dr 8-Mrs R G Berkeley Bernadette 8- Ruck Mr 8-Mrs S Bertelsen Mr 8- Mrs J P Bertunellu Joan Bertunellu Bull and Tonue Mr 8- Mrs Albert Bunaghu Alberta Bunaghu Mr 8- Mrs Howard Bunaghu Mr 8- Mrs Jacques Buraben Mr 8- Mrs Frank Blankenstem Don Bleckman Mr 8- Mrs W Ruchard Bluss Mr 8- Mrs Multon Block Mr 8-Mrs C W Blue Bob 8- lunda J Bobby and Barbara 5 ook 67 Bobby and Ronnue Lunda Bodrato Mr 8- Mrs Russell Bodrato Donald C Bogert 8- Mrs Henry Bohlke Wunston Bone 8- Mrs Romeo Bonsante 8- Mrs John G Borger 8- Mrs Norman Bottue 8- Mrs R Boudet 8- Mrs Kenneth Bowen 8-Mrs H O Brandreth Henry P Brauner USAF 8-Mrs F R Bremer 8-Mrs W Brendle oh 8- Mrs Harold Cotfun 8 Mrs John Coffun n G Violet Colfun 8- Mrs 8- Mrs 8- Mrs 8- Mrs 8- Mrs E Colluns Ruchard Comfort Robert Compton Conaty John J Conlon usan Con ne 8- Mrs 8- Mrs 8- Mrs 8- Mrs Mrs A Co T W Connell D J Connungham R A Conroy Ceasar Cosseta n 8- Mrs Paul Brennalt Wulluam H Brenzel Jr 8- Mrs 8- Mrs 8- Mrs 8- Mrs 8- Mrs J Brodie A Brodsky Alfred Brondu Wullard Brown W R Browne Bruce and Carol Steve Buckley Mr 8-Mrs Charles G Burgess Mr 8- Mrs Thomas Burns Florence H Byrne Mr 8-Mrs J Cabala Duck Cade Mr 8- Mrs R Bruce Cade Dr 8- Mrs Cahabuano Cahanna s 8- Mrs F Caluru 8-Mrs A S Cameron 8-Mrs J W Campbell 8- Mrs Robert Campbell 8- Famuly Candy Duane Capasso Mr 8 Mrs N Capasso Mr 8- Mrs Davud H Carleton Carol and Fred Carol Janet Mor-Iyn Gerry Mr 8- Mrs James Carroll The Carroll Famuly Mr 8-Mrs RobertA Carter Mr 8-Mrs H Cato The Caulley Famuly Mr 8- Mrs Jean Censuer Cheeruo Mrs Helen Chuafuluo Peter Chuafuluo Mr 8- Mrs Cuno Chuandusse Chrus 8- Fred Chuck and Lyn Georgua Clark Mr 8-Mrs D Clark Mr 6Mrs E Clark Mr 8- Mrs Albert Clarke Mrs James P Clarke Mr 8- Mrs Howard Claussen Muss Roselyn Cochrane A Contunu 8- Mrs Harold Contunu 8-Mrs E T Cooper 8- Mrs Wulluam H Corne 8- Mrs Chester Cornella Mass Glorua Cornella Mrs John Corrugan John J Corrugon Mr 8- Mrs J Corvellu Mr E J H Cowell Mrs E J H Cowell Dr 8- Mrs J J Cowen 8-Mrs J Coyle 8- Mrs Edwun R Creswuck 8- Mrs T Cunnungham Curt and Betty Muss Mary Curtun Mr 8- Mrs Tumothy Curtun Davud l Czurr Mr 8- Mrs Tore Dalaker Mr Gordon Daly Jody and Stephen Damuco John D Amuco 8- Mrs 8- Mrs 8- Mrs 8- Mrs 8- Mrs 8- Mrs 8- Mrs Hannah S S E Dance Jack D Angelo Dannenberg George W Davus J A Dawson Wulluam De Bruno Charles Debus Decker Mrs Joseph-ne Del Genuo Angela De Maruno 8- Mrs 8- Mrs 8- Mrs 8- Mrs 8- Mrs Vuncent Du Mr 8- Mrs Davad De Palma Charles De Puero Doe De Puero George Dettelback Charles Du Cola Co a James Dullun Mr 8- Mrs A Domenuchunu Doreno and Bull Mr H J Dotson Jr leslue Dowlung Mr 8-Mrs B W Downs Mr 8-Mrs HerbertG Draesel Mr 8-Mrs W Dravot and Famuly 79 9 ' ' Mr. . 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Mrs 8- Mrs L Mrs 5 Mrs 8 Mrs Mrs E W Mr 8- Mrs Drum um James B Drum M A Drum John Dryburgh Arthur Dunn John Dupley J T Dwyer H T Easton ton W Eckerson B Edwards Egbert H Eluasof M Elvasof S Ellenhorn Elmquzst J H Encke Mlss Puddy Esser Estelle Turclc 81 John Brandt Elliot Ettys G Mrs Charles Falkenstern Everett R Fenton 8Mrs G Ferrero 81 Mrs Flnch 81 Mrs Mnchael Fmelln Mnlton Fmger Judy Flohr Mr 8.Mrs W J Flohr Mr 8. Mrs Danlel Fogarty 8. Anne Mrs Elleen E Fortunato Mr 8- Mrs Alex Fossa Mr 8. Mrs Wnlllam Fox Mr 8- Mrs S W Franklm Mrs F E Frasco James Bryan Frasco Rose Fraesco Frank and Pat Mr 8. Mrs Donald Fraser Mass P Frassa Mr 81 Mrs Mr 8. Mrs Mr 8- Mrs Mr 8. Mrs Ernest Frederick W F French John R Frercks George Frey Roger G Frey Mr 8tMrs E Frnedmann Marisa Frmguello Dawn Ellen Frosco Mr 8.Mrs James Frosco Jr Mr Bt Mrs James Frosco Sr Joan Frosco Kay Frosco Raymond G Frosco Mr 81 Mrs Jack Frucht Mr 8- Mrs George Fuchs Mr 8. Mrs John Fulchnron John Richard B- Peter Fulchlron Mr G.Mrs JohnJ Gaffney John and Marrnanna Gaffney Muss Judrth Jane Gahman Mr 8-Mrs Wm L Gahman Mr 8- Mrs Galka Kevm Guy and Ann Galka 79 9 ' Mr. . , , , Mr. . . Mr. . . . . , ' Mr. . . . J ' ' ' Mr. . Mr. . . . ' MF- . Mr. . . . . . Mr. . Mr. . . . . Mr. . . . . . ' , Mr. . . . . . . . ' ' Mr. . . . ' Mr. . . . . Mr. . ' Mr. . . . . . . Mr. . . ' MY- . Mr. . L. . Hill Mr. . . ' Mr. . Mr. . ' Mr. . . ' Mr. . ' ' . Mr. . . Mr. . . ' ' . . , . . . . ' Mr. . . ' ' . . ' Mr. . ' , Mr. . ' ' , , , Mr. . . . . ' ' . . . Mr. . ' , , Mr. . ' ' ' , , , ' ' Mr. . ' ' Helen Hoverman . . . . Mr. . ' . ' . . ' Mr. . ' ' ' ' . Mr. . E. . . . ' . Mr. . A. ' . . - . Mr. . C. ' . - - ' ' Mr. . H. . . . . . . ' Mr. . P. . ' . . - . - Mr. . ' - - Mr. . . ' . Mr. . , , , . . ' Mr. . . . . . . . . . . Mr. . . ' ' ' . . . Mr. . ' . ' . , ' . . Mr. ' ' ' ' Dr. . Ge . . . . Mr. . - . . . Mr. . ' Mr. . . Mr. . ' . . . . . Mr. . . . 5 wk 67 Robert V Gallagher 81 Mrs Angelo Gallo S Mrs Albert D Galloway oyce 8- Connle Gargan 8-Mrs R K Gargan 6. Mrs S Garofalo G Mrs Garomon Marcelle M Garvey Mr 8.Mrs F X Gaynor Elleen and Gerard Gaynor Mr 8 Mrs Everett Gelberg Mr 8. Mrs A E Georgeou Gene 81 Mrs Harold Gestram 8- Mrs George Glannettu 8- Mrs Geo Glannettl Jr 8-Mrs Albert A Glannottu Lmda Glannottl Mr 8.Mrs John F Glles Mrss Gumbel Fred and Glnger Fred Giordano Frances 8. Pat Gnovmazzo Mr 8. Mrs Frank Gnovnnazzo and Mary Mr 8. Mrs J Glovmazzo 81 Famrly 8tMrs Salvatore Glovlnauo 8. Mrs Dan Glrardo 81 Mrs Wnllnam Godung 8. Mrs Gohemoller 8- Mrs Gorna 8. Mrs Gorman 8- Mrs Gorst Bt Mrs P Gorzynskn 8- Mrs Fred Grazloso Lmda Graznoso Mr 8.Mrs L H Greason George Green Joseph Greene 8- Mrs Howard Greenspan BtMrs Saul A Greenspan 8. Mrs Charles E Gremer 8-Mrs Vnctor H Gremer Allen Grnffln Dolores Grlffm Mrs Estelle Grlffnth 8 Mrs Bernard Gross rald O Grusky 8- Mrs Earl Gugger 8. 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