Northport High School - Tiger Tales Yearbook (Northport, NY)
- Class of 1948
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Text from Pages 1 - 88 of the 1948 volume:
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In the lives of the members of the Class of 1948
one phase is drawing to a close but before we depart,
we have prepared this annual as our hnal work in
Northport High School.
It is our hope that TIGER TALES 1948 has done
all that we wished it to do. We present to you a book
that may be read today and kept as a memory for
What the future holds for us, the Class of 1948,
we know not, but we do know that we have spent
four unforgetful years in the preparation of what
is to come.
We wish to thank our advisors and faculty mem-
bers that have helped us through our four years' work.
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The nations of the world today are at the
dawn of a new era. Before them are two paths
leading into the future.
In one direction lies havoc caused by the
misuse of Atomic Power.
On the other road lies unparalled opportunity
for progress, never before even dreamed of,
under a united and cooperating world.
It is to this road, the road to peace and pros-
perity in the Atomic era that this book is
ROY R. WAITE
Superintendent of Schools
Your graduation marks the end of your years as a
student in Northport High and the commencement
of a new phase of your life. I hope that your school
experiences with us have been enjoyable and profit-
As a ,result of the opportunities and experiences
afforded you, I trust that you have established high
ideals which like the stars, you will not succeed in
touching with your hands, but like the sea-faring man,
you will choose as your guides and, following them,
you reach your destiny. .
fl, :le CAM of 1948
Responsibilities for the continued progress of the
world have long been a challenge to graduating classes.
Never have these responsibilities been graver and
more Herculean than those which challenge you, the
Class of 1948.
The world of nations calls upon you to keep
America in the position of leadership. This calls for a
program with a sense of direction-one in which you
concentrate upon the goal rather than upon the ob-
stacles to be overcome. For the success of the program
its roots must be fixed deep in all that is good in the
past, it must realistically find ways and means within
the possibilities as well as within the limitations of
our technological age, and it must set its goal in the
service of a new conception of world humanity. We
are our brother's keeper!
May each of you nobly play your part in such a
Congratulations and Godspeed, Class of 1948.
ADELHEID M. M. KAUFMANN
DAVID ALLARDICE BETTY BRADLEY
Dean of Boys Dean of Girls
mmdera of fke goarcl of giolucafion 194 7- 1948
Paul A. Brunn
Dr. Arthur W.
HARRY A. TAYLOR, Preridem
Egbert L. Heine
Estelle Q. Smyth
Fredericks Alferd M. Zaun
Oscar Andersen, B.A., M.S. Raymond Carden, A.B., Ednah Coone, B,A.
English M.A., Social Studies Mathematics
Dorothy Falk, B.S.
Bernetta Genor, D.H.
Marian Goodrich, B.S.
Bernard Garrand, B.S.
Ann Hayner, R.N., P.H.N. Robert Hayner, B.S.
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Helen Hardt, B.A., M.A.
Margaret Hecker, A.B., George Hop C
k , B-S-, M-5- Helene Kegreisz, B.S., M.A
M-A., English Science Languages
Anne King, B.S., M.A. Charles Kissam, A.B., M.A. I-Ydia KOUFCUS, B-S., MA
Home Economics Mathematics MUSiC
Florence Manket, B.A., Charles Messmer, A.B.,
M.A., Physical Education M.A., Social Studies
William Porter, B.S., M.A. Alfred PritzlaH, B.S. Edward Schneider, B.S.
Industrial Arts Music M.S., Social Studies
Lenore Silverman, B.S., Catherine Sterling, B.A.,
M.A., Commercial M.A., English
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. Irene St. Peters, B.S. GCOISC Tiffany William Van Houten, B.S.
Social Studies PhY5iC31 Education M.A.,.Science
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jafellle!! fo W A S
Now our four years' work is done
And we journey up the stairs of life.
We leave our Alma Mater
Who has seen us through our strife.
We leave behind us school mates
And years of unlimited fun,
That will live forever in memory
In the many years to come.
Some faces are shining with joyg
Others are darkened with fright
As we proceed up the aisle,
As we leave you tonight.
We'l1 miss you Alma Mater,
But in our memory you will live
As the one who inspiration
Did so willingly give.
JENNIE M. SAMMIS
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THOMAS HILL . . . President
CHARLES GHOSIO . . Vice-Prexident
JENNIE SAMMIS . Secretary
LEON PEARCE . . . Treafurer
Mr. Andersen Mr. Van Houten
MARY TERRY ............,....A.....,......,.... ..,.........,. E ditor-in-Chief
A. CREMER, N. HARVIN .,....,.A...,,,....,,.,.,A........,.... .4.A....A.... A ssociate Editors
C. SCHEHR, K. GERNER, P. ALFORD ,.,.,....... ..,,,,A......... S enior Editors
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PAT RICHARDSON ............, Advertising Manager
EDITH PAVLIK .,.............. .... C irculation Manager
PEG KAMPF ,............... ...,.....s,.............,..... A rr Editor
RICHIE BAUER ,.............,........ 4.......,..........,.... S ports Editor
DONAVIN HAINES ,,.,..,........... .....,...s.V P hotography Manager
MR. OSCAR ANDERSEN ,,.s,...... ........,... Y ear Book Advisor
Homeroom President 5g Home-
room Vice President 29 Prom
Committee 3g Tiger Inklings,
Sports Editor 3, Circulation Man-
ager 4g Yearbook Senior Editor
45 junior Red Cross lg Math
Club 53 Dance Committees l,2g
Dramatics 45 Hiking Club lg
Quill and Scroll 4.
Play up, play up, and play the
Basketball l,2,5,4g Baseball 25,45
Sports Club 2,3g Vice President
of Class 1,2g Homeroom Presi-
dent 5g Homeroom Vice Presi-
dent 1,23 Yearbook Sports Editor
43 Tiger Iinklings, Sports Editor
5g Prom Committee 35 Y.M.C.A.
Council, Vice President 5g G.O.
President 45 National Honor So-
We meet thee like a pleamnz
Homeroom Secretary lg Typing
Club 25 Prom Committee 5.
In there ffrecleler live their
Players Guild 3g Junior Miss 3g
Homeroom Treasurer 3g Prom
Committee 59 Yearbook 4g Danc-
ing Club 3g Dramatics 4g Mone-
tary Procurement Committee 4.
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Lively, witty, and gay.
Sweet and Lovely.
Homeroom Secretary lg Short-
hand Club 2,3g Glee Club 2,33
Prom Committee 33 Yearbook
Secretary 45 Monetary Procure-
ment Committee 4g G.O. Secre-
tary 4g Tiger Inkling, Co-Editor
45 Quill and Scroll 4g National
Honor Society 4.
Crafts Club 35 Prom Committee
34 Leaders Club 3g Basketball 1,
2,3,4g Captain 3,45 Baseball 2,3g
Dramatics 35 Stunt Club 2.
Gentle of speech, beneficent of
Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Mixed Chorus
3,4g Hiking Club lg Tiger Ink-
lings 35 Homeroom Secretary 2,39
H.M.S. Pinafore 15 Margie Goes
Modern 5g Spring Concert 1,2,3,
43 Variety Show 2g' Christmas
Cantata 3,43 French Play 3.
None but bimxelf may be hir
Football 2,3,4g Yearbook, Assist-
ant Editor 4g Prom Committee 3g
Chess Club 2,3,4g G.O. Represen-
tative 4g Sports Club 2,39 Science
Club lg National Honor Society 4.
Glee Club 1,2,3g Shorthand 2,3g
Homeroom Secretary 3,4
Sugar and Jpice, and everything
Tiger Inkling 3g Prom Commit-
tee Sg Yearbook 4g Glee Club 19
Secretarial Club 1.
2 ir a pleamnt inrtitution. XX X
Fd mtloer be though! true than Q
thought a geniur.
junior Red Cross lg Little Thea-
ter lg Typing Club 2g Shorthand
Glee Club 2,35 Homeroom Presi-
dent 35 Shorthand Club 3.
My mind if my kingdom.
She lr ar white ar a lily, and ar
rrnall ar a wand.
Ifr nice to he natural, when
you're Jo naturally nice.
Tiger Inklings 3, Business Man-
ager 45 Prom Committee 35
Monetary Procurement Commit-
tee 3,45 Quill and Scroll 45 Year-
book Senior Editor 45 Usherette
at Commencement and BEICCH-
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CHARLES GHOSIO '
All the world lover a lover.
Service Squad 2,35 President 45
Sports Club 2,35 Jr. Red Cross 25
Dancing Club 25 Baseball 2,3,45
Basketball 2,35 j.V. Varsity 45
Class President 35 Class Vice
President 45 Advisory Commit-
tee 35 Prom Committee 3.
Begone dull care, than and I shall
Chess Club 2,4g Service Club 2,4.
Silence if ar deep ar eternity
Craft Club 3g Hiking Club.
An lrifhrnan, a very valiant
gentleman in faith.
4H Club lg Class President lg
Basketball 2',3,4, J.V. 2,3g Base-
ball 2,5g Metal Club 39 Sports
Action Jpeakr louder than words.
Basketball 2,3g Varsity 4g Base-
ball 2,3,4g Band l,2,3,4g Prom
Committee 3g Advisory Commit-
tee 3g Tiger Inkling 3g Yearbook
4g Sports Club 2,3g junior Red
Cross 33 Junior Miss 35 Y.M.C.A.
Council 3,4g National Honor So-
With malice toward none, and
charity for all.
Glee Club 1,2,3g Orchestra l,2,3,
43 Mixed Chorus 1,35 Library
Club l,2g Hiking Club lg Swing
Band 3g Prom Committee 3g As-
sembly Committee 3g Y.M.C.A.
Council 3,4g President 35 Nation-
al Honor Society 3,43 President
4g French Club 33 Yearbook 45
Assistant Editorg Valedictorian.
We're horn to he happy, all of uf.
junior Red Cross lg Shorthand
Club 2,3g Typing 23 Little Thea-
Some think the world if made for
fun and frolic, and .ro do l,
Tiger Inklings 1,2g junior Miss
33 Science Club lg Prom Com-
mittee 3g Service Squad 2,3,4.
The future is purchased hy the
Football 3,4g Basketball 3,4g j.V.
3g Service Squad 1,2,3,4g Home-
room President 3g Co-Chairman
Prom Committee 35 Class Presi-
dent 4g National Honor Society 4.
Get thee behind me Satan, and
Class President 2g Homeroom
President 2g Prom Committee 3g
junior Miss 34 What A Life 5g
Players Guild 35 Yearbook 4.
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How much of him it wax we met
we cannot ever know.
4H Club l,2g
Still water run: deep.
Sports Club 1,2g Basketball lg
Spanish Club 1,2g Ping Pong
Club lg Horseshoe Club 1,2.
A plenmnt girl with pleamnt
Softball 33 Glee Club 1,2,5g Little
Theater 2g Prom Committee 'jg
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Homeroom Treasurer lg Home-
room Secretary 3g Yearbook Art
Editor 45 Chairman of Decora-
tions of Prom Committee 3g
Tiger Inklings 3,4g Business
Manager 4g Players Guild 3,
Dance Committee 1,25 Chairman
2g Library Club President 2g
Glee Club lg Usherette 2,31
Monetary Procurement Commit-
A quiet girl who knoweth well
to bold ber tongue.
Glee Club l,2,3,4g Mixed Chorus
5,4g Shorthand Club 2.
Class Secretary 2.
It'.r good to have friendr.
Homeroom Treasurer 3.
To thine own Jelf be true.
Correspondence Club 35 Tiger
Inklings 55 French Club 2,55
Library Club 2g Spanish Club 23
Neat, not gaudy.
Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Shorthand
Club 2g Yearbook 4g Homeroom
Vice President 3.
Every :mile is like 4 Jnnbeam.
Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Homeroom
Secretary 1,3g Shorthand Club 2.
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Hi: bark if worre than lair bite.
Library Club 1,2,3g 4H Club 1, A
2,3g President 2,3, Vice President ' 1 A I
lg Shop Club lg Make Up Club 5. p .. I
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Anything for 4 quiet life.
Sports Club 45 Prom Committee
Whore nalure it Jo far from
Ping Pong 2g Shorthand Club 2.3.
Education maker the man.
Chess Club 1,2,3,4g Stunt Club 2
Science Club lg Sports Club 2
Math Club 2g Baseball 3,45 Nai
tional Honor Society 4.
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Sports Club 1,25 4H Club 1,2,3g
Science Club lg Math Club 33
Football 3,4g Basketball 4.
Speech ir Jilver, filence if golden.
Art Novelties 1,2,3g Glee Club
1,2,3g Instrumental Music I,2,3. 135
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The faultler: pamter.
Glee Club 1,2, Prom Commnttee
5g Leaders Club 39 Basketball 2,
3g Softball 25 Dance Committee
An ahle and yet humhle man.
Science Club lg Sports Club 1,2
5' Chess Club 12 Sh Club 1
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Basketball 5,49 chess Club 5. . sat,a
A merry heart maketh a cheerful
Basketball 44 Shorthand Club 2,
3g Hockey lg Leaders Club 34
Ping Pong 2.
A handsome man, but modest.
Metal Club Ig Sports Club 1,2g
Electricity Club 2.
Full of fun and fancy free.
Service Squad 1,2,3,4g President
3g Hallowe'en Float Committee
3g Metal Shop Club lg Science
Club 2g Chess Club 3.
We do not act who often jest and
Prom Committee 35 Arts and
Crafts Club 33 Dance Committee
2,3g Shop Exhibit 3g Stage Set
for 5 productionsg Hal1owe'en
Float Committee 2,5.
Aft if power.
Dance Committee 2,34 Chess
Club 1g Arts and Crafts 2g Ping
Pong Club 2.
Abllzty wzm ur the erteem of
Sports Club 1,2,3g Craft Club 35
Jr. Red Cross 2g Shop Club 2g
Lab Club 5.
Orchestra 1,2,3,4g Swing Band
55 Leaders Club 59 Ping Pong 2
A cheerful look, a plearing eye, a
Service Squad 2,3,4g Tiger Ink-
lings 35 Basketball 55 Football 4g
Homeroom Vice President 35
Senior Class Treasurer 49 Prom
Committee 3g Track 4.
Good llaingf come in Jmall
Stunt Club 1,2,3,4g Glee Club 1,
2g B.R.H.S. Activities-Class pres.
2g Class Secretary Ig G. O. Treas-
urer 2, S.S.C. Duty 2.
Prom Committee 55 Homeroom
Secretary 3g National Honor So-
ciety 3, Secretary 4g Players Guild
2,55 junior Miss 3g When Shakes-
peare's Ladies Meet 35 Yearbook
Advertising Manager 43 Cheer-
leading 3, Captain 4g Majorette
3,45 G.O. Representative 4g
Dance Committees 1,2.
Every day .rhould he parted at if
it were the lan.
Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Tiger Inklings
3g Arts and Crafts Club 2.
ment Committee 4.
How cute can you he?
A cheery :mile for everyone.
junior Red Cross lg French Club
59 Typing Club 25 Mixed Chorus
2g Little Theater 1.
Where mischief ix, .ro am I.
Homeroom Secretary 1,2 g Home-
room Treasurer 3g Class Secretary
45 Yearbook 4g Prom Commit-
tee 3g Tiger Inklings 3,4g Ex-
change Editor 5g Mixed Chorus
25 Hiking Club 2g Glee Club lg
Typing Club 35 Players Guild 3g
Usherette 35 Monetary Procure-
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The life of every party.
Basketball l,2,3,4g Hockey 1,2
Softball 1,2,3,4g Dramatics 3,42
Tiger Inklings 3g Prom Commit-
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Little man, what now?
Service Squad 3,4g Prom Com-
mittee 3g I-Iallowe'en Float 3
Boys Glee Club 1.
l am not in the role of the
Eat, drink, and be merry.
Glee Club lg Band l,2,4g Year-
book Senior Editor 4g Tiger Ink-
lings 2g Salutatorian.
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Band 1,2,3,4g Football 3,4g Base-
ball 3g Basketball 3g Orchestra 4g
Prom Committee 35 Homeroom
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My Wild Irirb Roxe.
Little Theater lg Typing Club lg
Shorthand Club 2,55 Red Cross 1.
Frexb ar a dazry.
Homeroom Secretary 1, Glee
Club 2,3g Yearbook 4.
More Irirb than lbe lrixb.
Mixed Chorus lg Softball 1
Sports Club 2.
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Calm ar the night.
Dramatics lg Science Club 1
Ping Pong Club 25 Yearbook 4
Tiger Inklings 35 Foreign Cor-
respondent Club 3.
A wire and underrtanding heart,
iz rmile, a helping hand.
junior Red Cross lg Tiger Ink-
lings 2, Editor 3, Co-Editor 4g
Prom Committee 35 Junior Miss,
Prop Managerg What A Life,
Stage Manager 3gValient, promp-
ter 3g Players Guild 3g National
Honor Society 3, Vice-President
and Treasurer 4g Quill and Scroll
45 Shakespeare's Ladies Meet 35
All I ark ir to he alone.
Homeroom President lg Sports
Club 1,23 Metals Club lg Elec-
tricity Club 2.
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I like work, but there are better
Chess Club lg Shop Club lg
Prom Committee 3g Sports Club
3g Library Club 1,2,3g Stunt Club
lg Plays l,2,3.
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Work faxcimztex me, I could tit
and look at it for houn.
4H Club 1,2,3,4g Service Squad 2,
33 Shop Club l,2,5,4g Dance
Committee 1,2,3g Ping Pong
Club lg Sports Club 1,253 Prom
Committee 3g Plays 2,3,4.
It matter: not how long we live,
Basketball 1,2,3,4g Softball 1,2g
Ping Pong Club 25 Glee Club 2,
3,43 Tiger Inklings 3g Hockey
For he'J a jolly good fellow!
Football 45 Basketball Manager
2,5g Prom Committee 3.
He ba: many friend: became be
Sports Club lg Airplane Club 2g
Service Squad 3g Dancing Club
4g Prom Committee 3.
lfr a friendly heart that maketh
Sports Club 1,2,3g Football 2,5,4g
Tiger Inklings Business Manager
3g Players Guild 3g junior Miss
35 Valient 33 Photography Club
3g President of G.O. 4.
GRADUATED JANUARY 1948
Our First Soldier
Nothing if imporxihle to 4
Library Club lg Natural Science
1g Sports Club 25 Sophomore
Dance Committee 2g 4H Club 33
Prom Committee 39 Halloween
Almost four years ago the class of 1948 enlivened N.H.S. by its presence. We had
many plans and ideas for our four years work so we began our school year by electing
class officers. Our first president was Robert Hagan who was ably assisted by vice-presi-
dent, Richard Bauer, secretary, Audrey Jersey, and treasurer, Henry Klein. We held our
first social event on November 17, 1944, a dance which was well attended.
In September we returned to school, eager to begin our year as Sophomores. The
leadership of the class passed into the hands of Lee Hotaling, presidentg Richard Bauer,
vice-president, Joan Koran, secretary, and Henry Klein, treasurer. On March 17, of that
year we sponsored a dance, the theme being "Dance of the Islands." We ordered our
class rings from a reputable concern in New York City.
On our return to N.H.S. the following year, we elected Charles Ghosio, president,
Thomas Hill, vice-president, Jean Lewisy, secretary, and Henry Klein, treasurer. We
entered a Comic Strip Characters float in the Community Halloween Parade and won
second prize. In December we received our class rings and then we really were a sophis-
ticated class. Since the biggest social event of the year was to be presented by us, we
began early in the year to make plans for the junior Prom. To increase the capital in our
treasury, we got under way with a successful magazine subscription campaign. Later,
during the football and basketball seasons, we sold candy and pennants at the games.
Then, on the evening of May 2, 1947, the long anticipated event, the junior Prom, was
greatly enjoyed by a countless number of couples. Our theme for the Prom was, "Florida
Everglades." The walls of the gym were decorated with murals on which were drawn
and painted by the class artists, unusual flowers, trees, and birds of paradise. We engaged
a band for the evening.
In September, 1947, we were aware of a new feeling, that of being a senior. There was
much to be done in these last months of school. At our first class meeting we elected
our ofiicers for the year: president, Thomas Hill, vice-president, Charles Ghosiog secretary,
Jenny Sammisg and treasurer, Leon Pearce. The senior class won second prize in the float
parade with a float, having as its theme, A Wax Museum. We sold subscriptions to a
newspaper, the "Suffolk Sporting News" and, as has been a tradition of the senior class
for several years, sold Christmas cards to increase the cash in our treasury. We also dec-
orated the Christmas tree in the main foyer.
Best Personality Most Sophisticated Most Athletic
MARY TERRY - CHARLES GHOSIO ROBERT MACNEIL - MARGARET ALFORD ALICE CODLING - RICHARD BAUER
NANCY HARVIN - DONAVIN HAINES
Cates' Most Helpful to School
ROBERT HAGEN - GERTRUDE EASTERBY DONAVIN HAINES - MARY TERRY
LEE HOTALING - JENNIE SAMMIS
BCS! Nafllfed Most Popular
BILL KENT - KATHY GERNER 4 GEORGE DONNELLY PAT RICHARDSON -- CHARLES GHOSIO
Class Poets Romeo and Juliet Done Most For The C1355
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Best Mixers Noisiest Best Looking
CHARLES GHOSIO - MARY TERRY LEE HOTALING - JENNIE SAMMIS RICHARD BAUER - PAT RICHARDSON
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THONY OLIVARI ' PAT BAKER NANCY HARVIN - ANDY CREMER
Most Absent-minded Best Daf1Cef5
BETTY MORRIS - FRANK LIVINGSON JENNIE SAMMIS - LEE HOTAI-ING
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Class Artists Most Bashful Einsteins of the Future
PEG KAMPF - ANTHONY OLIVARI GEORGE SMITH - LEONA KLOTZ ANDY CREMER - NANCY HARVIN
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C1355 Babies Best Sense of Humor
IB HAGEN - GERTRUDE EASTER-BY Best Dressed KATHY GERNER - ANTHONY OLIVARI
FLORENCE BACKMAN - RICHARD BAUER - ALVERA LAFANTANO
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We tbe Clan of 1948, being of round mind and body, do bereby declare tbl: our lar!
Will and Terlament. We bereby bequeath our wluabler to tbe following:
To Peter Theofield - Lee Hotaling's wolfishness.
To Ludie Farr - Sheldon Gaslow's brains.
To thefSophomore Girls - Alvera Lafantano's wardrobe.
To Joan McCusker - Kathy Gerner's friendliness.
To joan Rose - George Donnelly's sweater.
To Mr. Garrand - More students with Richie's athletic ability.
To joe Duffy - A speedy graduation.
To Santo Dolci - Pat McTiernan's height.
To the junior Boys - The Senior fellows' red shirts.
To the Freshman Girls - Nancy Teiner's sophistication.
To Mr. Van Houten - Extended Police powers and a new badge.
To Gloria Aloi - Flo Beckman's calmness and serenity.
To Mrs. King - More students like jenny and Terry.
To some worthy junior - Claire Schehr's ability to give parties.
To Miss Sterling - More intellectuals like her 4th period English class.
To Bob Drumheller - Bob Schifano's sharp -ties.
To Rodney Waite and JoAnn Bradford - Peg and Richie leave their copy of Romeo
To all future School Dances - Peg Kampf's artistic talents.
To Mr. Pritzlaff - A 52 piece orchestra with a flute section.
To a nearby pawn shop - All the Senior girls' souvenirs.
To 1948 Football Team - 5 gallons of blue and yellow paint.
To the G. O. - Continued success.
To next year's Captain of Varsity Cheerleaders - Patty Richardson leaves her ability to
give appreciation yells.
To Ann Romano - A successful play that she can star in.
To Miss Bradley - Another ideal student like Lee Pearce.
To Bobby Blackman - Andy Cremer's ability to win an argument and get away with it.
To John Kennedy - Bob McNeil's shyness.
To those we have not mentioned - We leave our scholastic record in order that you may
strive to reach it.
Signed: KATHY GERNER
Witnessed by: MARY TERRY
In the year 1958, private detectives sought out the alumni of the
Class of '-48. After 10 years absence from the realms of Northport
High School, this is what they were discovered doing:
1. Charlie Ghosio is the leading dealer of Kaiser-Frazers in this
Part of the country, and has set the highest sales record yet attained.
2. Flo Beckman has lately opened a pickle factory, instead of follow-
ing in her fathers footsteps in the florist business. What a difference,
but we hear it's profitable.
3. Tommy Hill, President of the United States owes the runaway
election to his previous success as president of the Senior Class of '48.
4. Joe Yakobysin and Elcy Dighton happily married with a family
of nine, are residing under the lid of a grand piano which joe tunes
in his spare time.
5. Moe Prianti has built a pavillion on Commack Bay, which has
become one of the most exclusive spots on Long Island. Lately seen
dining and dancing there were Peter Stark and Marilyn Ott, Carol Meany and Bob
Schifano, Harold Lechinger and Edith Pavlik.
6. Russ Wilson, new head of the Northport Department of Sanitation, is ably assisted
by Bob McNeil, that dashing man about town Qcollecting garbageb.
7. Alvera LaFantano, is gracing the pages of such magazines as Harper's Bazaar and
Mademoiselle, in her usual striking ensembles.
8. At a recent art convention in Greenwich Village, Anthony Olivari, prominent
artist, met Peg Kampf, who recently refused the Nobel Prize in art for another vocation,
9. joan Koran is a Latin-American secretary now working in Mexico.
10. Merle Knowlton is owner and manager of the Northport movie, Claire Madden
and Ingebord Rhode are head usherettes.
11. There were great expectations about Claire Schehr's latest party, but no one
expected it would have to be at Madison Square Garden to accommodate everybody,
naturally there were the usual crashers who had to sit in the balcony.
12. Roger Hennessey is taking a correspondence course from Charles Atlas, on "The
Tricks of the Trade in ju Jitsu."
13. A program to send all teachers to Europe was put through the U.N. by delegate
Billy Kent, the manuscript was typed up by his efficient secretary, Betty Morris.
14. The ownership of the Northport 5 81 10, has recently changed hands, and is now
operated by Donna Davenport, with the assistance of Nancy Teiner and Leona Klotz.
15. Dick Chesebrough has opened a new gambling casino on the Riviera, with Gloria
Lazer as the featured singer.
16. Pat Baker is starring in the Broadway production, "Romeo and Juliet" with
Tommy Mains as her leading man.
17. Donald Wagner and Gertie Easterby were married at an impressive ceremony, the
bride looked lovely in white tulle and three foot heels. Arthur Wenz, Helen Mari, Dolores
Gillman and George Smith were among those present at the wedding.
18. Alice Codling writing one of the gossip columns for a New York paper, recently
interviewed Andy Cremer, Wall Street f1nancier.
19. Walter Jenkins has erected one of the largest gas stations yet seen on Clay Pitts
20. Leon Pearce, Manager of the Cafe Zanzibar, seems to be serving chicken in every
form imaginable, the reason could be his chicken ranch in Fort Salonga.
21. joe Tamborski can be seen on Friday nights at Madison Square Garden wrestling
with "Bone Crusher" George Parezo. An exciting boht is guaranteed by the management.
22. Jenny Sammis is head dietitian for the magazine "Your Man and How to Keep
Him," ably edited and directed by Mary Terry, distinguished journalist.
23. Tommy O'Connor notorious mobster, is still being sought after by that master-
mind of ace sleuths "Fuzz" Van Houten. Better results are expected now that female
detectives have been put on the case by Chief of the Police Don Haines.
24. Flash! Patty Richardson has just been chosen Miss Rheingold of 1958.
25. Richard Jacobsen is acting as an understudy for Broadway star Ham Burger, he
owes his success to Miss Sterling, and the reading of Macbeth.
26. Ann Dugan, Maureen Sheehan, Mary Hehir, and Kathleen Sheehan are all happily
married and living in Bellecrest. They can be found'almost any day gabbing over the
27. It was a manly pose, this month's Man of Distinction was George Donnelly, posing
with his knee length white sweater and a glass of Calverts. Runner ups were Frank
Livingston and Freddie Wilson.
28. Rosemary Anzalone is a very successful traveling saleswoman, and lately hired
Rita Schaub to carry the wares around.
29. Lee Hotaling is working as a barker for the side show at the Gyp 'em and Cheat
30. Una johnson is designing backdrops for some of the better Broadway plays and
31. Frances Wood is now directing the gym classes at Northport High.
32. Albert Michalowski and Walter Mystowski have formed a cooperative and are
the leading potato farmers in the U. S.
33. Bobby Hagen is now in Europe representing the U. S. in the Olympic games, he is
one of the tallest players in the country.
34. Nancy Harvin is still "fiddling around" and will soon make her professional debut
at Carnegie Hall, after the final appearance of Eleanor Conklin.
35. Peg Alford, after 2 years of college has taken a modeling job in New York.
56. Richie Bauer is the magnate of a chain of successful vegetable markets, with Pat
McTiernan as his executive in the Long Island branch.
37. Theresa Salacain has finally induced the L.I.R.R. to extend out to Commack, the
station will be right at the harbor.
6 38. Virginia Reid must be eating her Wheaties lately for she's suddenly shot up to
ft. 10 in.
39. After supporting the Sugar Bowl for all these years, Kathy Gerner was finally given
a half interest in the business.
40. Sheldon Gaslow, after years of tedious work has at last perfected a defense against
the atom bomb. It is rumored that "Flashbulb" Hopke is claiming the laurels for this
achievement due to his influence in high school years. The records of his research have
been compiled into a book with the aid of his assistant and secretary Elizabeth Scully.
41. john Gibb was recently made Professor of Mathematics at Eatons Neck University.
NICKNAME SUPPRESSED DESIRES
LIKELY TO BE FOUND
Margaret Alford ........,,..
Irene Baker ............,.....
Richard Bauer .........
Florence Beckman .......,.
Richard Chesebrough W.....
Alice Codling .........,..
Eleanor Conklin ...,..
Edward Cremer ......,........
Donna Davenport .........
Elcy Dighton .,.......,........,..
George Donnelly ............
Ann Dugan .............,........,.
Sheldon Gaslow ......,,.....r,
Kathleen Gerner ......4.....,..
Charles Ghosio .........
john Gibb .......,..........
Dolores Gillman .....,
Robert Hagan .........
Donavon Haines .....,
Annabel Harvin ..,,..
Mary Hehir ..,.................,,..
Roger Hennessey .......,....
Thomas Hill ....................., ,.
Lee Hotaling ............
Walter jenkins ,,..4....... ......
Una johnson ,........... Una
Margaret Kampf .....,.....,... Peg
William Kent .,...............,... Willie
Leona Klotz ........................ Noney
Merle Knowlton .,.... Mouse
Joan Koran .................. ,Bunny
Gloria Lazet ....,.......,..
Robert MacNeil ......
To be a femme fatale
Travel and see the world
To be first girl to enter
Get a New car
Live nearer Northport
Marry a post master
To be a musician
To be an eminent chemical
To be manager of 5 8: 10
Work for five years then
To keep my freedom
Own a car
To be happily married
To discover a gas lighter
To be a clam digger
Run a raviolli house
To be an electrical engineer
A beaver coat
To make his first million
and to shave
To buy a new Cadillac
To win an argument with
To be happily married
Wouldn't you like to know
To reform the school
To be a happy hobo
To go out with a girl
To be a happy bachelor
To be an artist
To marry ten rich women
To be a secretary to a
To be a hobo
To get as far away from
Northport as possible
To be a singer
Graduate from high school
Pass Spanish III
Never go to work
Talking to Richie
In California and points south
Driving with Jackie or
Borrowing a pencil and look-
ing for lost books
In 5 8: 10
With . . .
With a book
Where there are girls
At Makamah Beach
On the beat
At a meeting
At the rink
Practicing music lesson
In the Sugar Bowl
At home writing letters
In a uniform at the movies
In the city
On the farm
With Big Tom
NAME NICKNAME 'SUPPRESSED DESIRES LIKELY TO BE FOUND
Claire Madden ...............,.. Clairie To get a good job With Marilyn
Thomas Main .....,.....,......... Big Tom Conquer hoof and mouth With Mac
Helen Mari ...,..............,........ Helen Dress designer In the city
Carol Meany .,,,.....,.......,.,. Carol Get thru college easily In the cellar Cat homej
Albert Michalowski ...... Mike To play baseball Talking or playing baseball
Betty Morris .,...................... joe To be another Tallulah With "Edee"
Walter Mystowski ..........,. Wal Get out of school At the Bowling Alley
Anthony Olivari ......,........ Tony
Marilyn Ott .....,,..............,.....n Mary
George Parezo .................. Baron
Edith Pavlik ...............,,....... Edee
Leon Pearce .,,............,........ Lee
Maurice Prianti .,............. Moe
Virginia Reid ......,,......,...... Buddie
Ingeborge Rhode ......,.,... Inge
Theresa Salacain ........,....., Tessie
jenny Sarnmis, ......,,,.....,..... "Gin"
Rita Schaub .,,...,,......,.......,.4.. Shorty
Claire Schehr .....,.....,......... Kit
Robert Schifano .........,......., Beansie
Charles Scudder ............... Charley
Elizabeth Scully ........... ,... I. iz
Kathleen Sheehan .....,...
Maureen Sheehan ............
George Smith ,.......,.....
Peter Stark ..,,....................... Pete
joseph Tamborski ......... Joey
Nancy Teiner ..................,., Nan
Mary Terry ,.....,.......,....,,....,. Terry
Donald J. Wagner ......... Doc
Arthur Wenz .........,.........., Artie
Fred Wilson .............,,....,.... Red
Russell Wilson ........4....,.... Russ
Frances Wood ...............,....
To operate movie projector
at Radio City
To own a '48 Chevrolet
Own a black Buick
Own a '48 Tucker
To be a Burlesque queen
Take a trip to the moon
To have a date with Frances
To be lirst woman president
of the U. S.
To wed money
Earn a million dollars in
To have twin boys
To be a great comedienne
To be a dancer in the
chorus at the Bowery
To be a seaman
Own the Chase National
To be married
To have twins
To travel around the world
Retire at 18 with plenty
To graduate from high
To write a best seller
To be mascot for
To marry Gert
Take a trip to the moon
To fly his own airplane
To become assistant
Plenty of money
To be a piano tuner and
own his own home
Fixing his car
In his car or the att room
At a taxi stand
Taking care of the chickens
At a soda fountain
In Post Oflice
In Mr. Hopke's room
In East Northport
Arguing or playing the corner
In the movies
Down town with Eric
With Albie at the movies
At the telephone
In the halls
Fooling around or in the
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In September 1945 we invaded the halls of Northport High. Since then it has been a
long struggle with plenty of fun. The class' choice for President was Richard Salamida.
We won third prize in the Hallowe'en Float. The freshman dance, which theme was
"Autumn Festival," was our most important social event of the year.
Returning in the fall as self-assured sophomores we elected Otto Brunner as class
President. We held two dances during this year. The first was designed around the theme
of "Duffy's Tavern," and the second was a "Circus Dance." We increased our funds by
selling hot dogs at the baseball games.
Then came our junior year, the year we had all been looking forward to, for it meant
the annual junior Prom. David Downs was elected Presidentg Charles Hill, Vice Presidentg
Isabelle Smyth, Secretary, Gail Townsend, Treasurer. We raised money by our magazine
campaign which we conducted in the fall, and the Pop Corn machine, in the center foyer.
The junior Prom, which was a huge success was held on April 23. Now we are looking
forward to our Senior year and are in hopes that it will give us as much pleasure and
high school fun as our past three years have brought us, the Class of 1949.
30,94 001 0l'e CIGJ5
In the fall of '46, when we became Freshmen of Northport High, we elected as class
officers, Ronald Hill, President, Peter Theofield, Vice-president, joan Rose, Secretary,
Herbert Klumpe, Treasurer. The first undertaking was our circus float, which was entered
in the Ha11owe'en parade. Our next venture took place March 7, a dance which added
the first sum to the class treasury. '
In the fall of '47, as Sophomores we elected the following class officers, President, Harry
Olseng Vice-president, Peter Theoheldg Secretary, Dorothy Trinkleg Treasurer, Herbert
Klumpe. The first social event of this year was a Christmas Dance, with festive decora-
tions, entertainment, and music. At the time of this writing we are contemplating a
Our sincere thanks go to our class advisors who have been so helpful.
Headed by Robert Thomas as president, the freshman class has distinguished itself this
year by participating in many school activities. The yearlings won first prize at the all-
school Halloween party for the best stunt. The National Honor Society scholarship ban-
ner was won and kept by a freshman home room for the greater part of the year.
Chief freshman social event was an April Showers Dance, April 9, that most of the
class attended. Class vice-president was Paul Kellyg secretary, Sue Hubertg and treasurer,
joe Lewis. Class sponsors were Mr. William Porter, Chairmang Mrs. Ednah Coone, Miss
Dorothy Falk, and Miss Margaret Hecker, who were active in keeping the class in worth-
while school events during the year.
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EE 6 Q I K7 fr1 fE S
genera! Organizafion Ofhcera
President: Richard Bauer
Vice President: Mary Smith Secretary: Florence Beckman
Treasurer: Harry Olsen Advisor: Mr. Kissam
In October, 1947, the Executive Council of the G. O. held its first meeting. The mem-
bers consisted of class oflicers, homeroom representatives and G. O. ofhcers.
From that date on, this council has been busy strengthening the relationship between
the student body and the faculty. With Miss Kaufmann's approval, the G. O. arranged
an activity period which in january, replaced the supervised study period.
The two outstanding social events arranged and sponsored by the Executive Council
of the G. O. are the gala football pep rally on November 7, and the never-to-be-forotten
Students Day and Sadie Hawkins Dance on the 12th of March.
Advisor: Miss Kourleis
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President: Carolyn Fredericlcs
Vice President: Joan Payne
Secretary-Treasurer: joan Rose
Librarians: Pat Kelly, Frances Wood
Accompanist: Robert Partnoy
Advisor: Miss Kourleis
President: Robert Drumheller
Vice President: Peter Macedonia
Secretary-Treasurer: Scott Harvin
Librarians: Arthur Firman,
Advisor: Miss Kourleis
Advisor: Mr. Prirzlaif
President: Lillian Hagner
Vice President: Mimi Richardson
Scribe: Mary Terry
Treasurer: Harry Olsen
Advisor: Mr. Van Houren
Advisor: Mr. Prirzlaff
President: Audrey Atkinson
Vice President: Susan Reese
Secretary-Treasurer: Susan Plitt
Advisor: Miss St. Peters
President: David Downs
Vice President: Hank Plitt
Secretary: Steve Scott
Advisor: Mr. Hayner
President: Andy Cremer
Secretary: Robert MacNeil
Advisor: Mr. Andersen
President: Charles Ghosio
Vice President: Fred Wilson
Co-Editors: Florence Beckman and
Mary Terry. Business Managers:
Kathleen Gerner and Peg Kampf.
Circulation Manager: Peg Alford.
Exchange Editor: joan Mills. Ad-
visor: Miss Margaret Hecker.
President: Nancy Harvin. Vice
President 8: Treasurer: Mary Terry.
Secretary: Pat Richardson. Advisor:
Mr. David Allardice. Members:
Richard Bauer, Florence Beckman,
Andy Cremer, Thomas Hill, Dona-
vin Haines, Robert MacNeil, Bar-
bara Brine, Nancy Myerhoff, Robert
Partnoy, Mary Smith.
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Top, left to right- R. Robitaille, C. Scudder, F. Thompson, O. Brunner,
J. Palermo, D. Royce, coach, D. Monaco, D. Downs, P. Theofield, T. Hill.
Second row-Coach Tiffany, W. Kennedy, G. Townsend, J. Tamborski, R.
Wilson, A. Firman, E. Smith, M. Karp, C. Hill, L. Farr, B. Garrand, coach.
Front row seated-L. Pearce, A. Creamer, W. Kent, P. Macedonia, S. Scott,
P. Daniels, G. Quinlan, B. Thomson, T. Mains, R. Salimidia, S. Harvin.
THE SEASONS SCORES:
Northport 12 . .... .. S. Huntington 6
Northport 6 ..,, Oyster Bay 36
Northport 14 . , ...Sag Harbor 6
Northporr 12 ,,.,. ..,,,, S mithtown 7
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Lake Grove ,,,..
Stony Brook ..,.,...
Kings Park ,,A.............. .....A...,.
Bay Shore .....,. ,......A ......., . . ..
Lake Grove ,.,...... .. ........, ,.
Patchogue .,,, ...., A
Smithtown ....,,.........i. ...........
Lindenhurst ....., .......,i,.,....,......
Port jefferson .,,...,..,...,..........
Main .........,,......,,,..,.. ...,,
Chesebrough ......... ,....
T. Hill .....,...,........... .....
Totals 44......,. .....,........ 2 42
Points for Northport High School Tigers 6445
as points against 701. Record: won 6g lost 11.
20 Huntington ...,,... .n......... 2 1
58 Lake Grove ..n.............. .,......,.. 9
23 Stony Brook .....,........ ........... 2 9
23 Kings Park .............. ...,...... 4 3
29 Bay Shore .....,,...........,................. 43
35 South Huntington ..,......,.,...,.. 52
23 Babylon ..,.,.....,...,....... .........., 5 0
43 Lake Grove .n...,.......... ........... 7
20 Amityville ........... .........,.
14 Patchogue ........,., ..,........
23 Huntington ........ ....,...... 4 5
19 Sayville .,,............ ...,....... 3 4
24 Smithtown ........... ........... 4 1
8 Patchogue ..........,.,.... .,......,.. 2 7
25 Lindenhurst ......,.....,................. 33
46 South Huntington .................. 26
34 Port jefferson ....................,... 39
Northport Jayvees 467g as against
School jayvees won 4 and lost 13.
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Theofield ............, ,.....,... 5 1 17 1 19
Firman ........,...,. ......... 2 4 1 1 59
Daniell ................... .......,. 1 9 12, 50
Maceclonio .....,,... ...,..... 1 9 1 1 49
Olsen .......,........, ......... 1 5 8 38
Harvin ........ .....,... 1 3 5 3 1
Dolci ........,.. ......... 1 0 10 30
C. Hill ..,.....,,.... ......... l 3 3 29
Yager ....,......,.......... ...,..... 9 3 2 1
B. Thompson ......,.,. .....,... 7 1 15
T. Hill ............,......, ......... 3 1 7
Main .......,......... ......... 2 2 6
Ward ..............,.. .....,... 2 1 5
Pearce ...................... ,........ 1 1 3
F . Thompson ........., ......... 1 0 2
Scudder .................... ......... 0 2 2
Totals ........... ............., 1 89 89 467
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Rita Schaub, Frances Wood, Mimi Richardson, and Carol Schmidt. SECOND TEAM:
Mary Jean O'Conner, Sally Searight, Gloria Aloi, Lore Schardt, joan Pruitt, Isabelle
Smythe, Yvonne Healy, Dolores Johnson, Pat Plank, Marion Besecker, and Susan Reese.
FIRST TEAM fstandingbz Gloria Bauer, Christine Pesh, Mary Smith, Pat Richardson
Captaing Isabelle Smythe, Dorothy Trinkle, Pat Alford. SECOND TEAM Ckneelingjz
joan Rose, Irma jenkins, Mimi Richardson, Ann Romano, Lorraine Izatt, joan Wilson
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Compliments of . . .
AUSTIN DRUG STORE
W. New York Avenue
Surrogate Huntington, N. Y.
Northport, N. Y.
MR AND MRS AUREA F JOHNSON
COMMACK N Y
HARRY T MOTT, In
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Town CLOTHES Count y
Chld n Co
346 New Yo kA e ue Hunt gto N
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Smart Clo hes for the
and our new addition the W
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SNAPPY SHOE SHOP
277 Mam Street Huntlngton N Y
Founded by Walt Whltman ln 1838
Sufolk s unexcelled Advertzsmg M edtum
Sold at all Northport Newsstands
H A R T M A N N S
379 New York Avenue
Huntmgton, N Y
J D MOXLEY
5 10 S100 AND UP STORE
East Northport N Y
We endeavor to carry a complete lme o
5 10 cent merchandzse We welcome your
patronage and try to please everyone
NORTHPORT L I N Y
376 New York Avenue
Huntlngton, N. Y.
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THE LONG-ISLANDER ' - -
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Compliments of . . .
Member F. D. I. C.
Northport Sweet Shop
Geo. Panarites, Prop.
Home Made Ice Cream and Candies
Northport, L. I., N. Y.
Compliments of . . .
Louis H. Jones Drug Co.
NORTHPORT, N. Y.
For a Real Chinese Meal
Or Finest American Food
301 Main Street Huntington, L. I.
Orders To Take Out
MORGAN,S MEAT MARKET
Meat and Vegetables
Greenlawn, L. I.
F. W. WOOLWORTH CO.
Huntington, L. I.
Compliments of . .
AUTO SUPPLY COMPANY
249 Main Street Northport, N. Y
T0 THE 1948 GRADUATES:
On your way to worldly success remember the lmportance of
Congratulatzons and Good Washes CHARLES P OSTUNI
BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER SHOP
LARKFIELD ROAD EAST NORTHPORT L
Phone Northport 1004-
C W A Ells Phone 2317
Al s Modern Home Applzances
327 Mam Street Huntmgton N Y
DON and JIM'S
VETERAN TAXI SERVICE
347 New York Avenue
Huntlngton L l
Clothfs or Ihr ,lunwr Miss
Telephone 4529 J Established 1910
J H SCHWARTZ
358 New York Avenue Huntmgton N Y
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Serving the Modern Home Maker , l U -
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100 MAIN STREET
HARDWARE PAINTS HOUSEWARES
Free Delwery Northport 150
Dorothy Jones Gzft Shop
GlftS Greetmg Cards
Juuo A GUILLO Photographer
43 Maln Street Northport
Charles Byers Adelalde Byers
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
Phones Office 442 Resldence 1524
Courtesy of . . .
fUHlt6d Clgar Storej
C BOHACK CO nc
Henry Laag Manager
Northport N Y
P lanos C ombmat tons Radlos
J M JOHANNESSEN
255 Main Street Huntmgton N Y
Wzthout Odor Fadmg or Shrmkage
493 Mam Street Northport L I
67 Main Street Northport N Y Phone Northport 964-J
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Nylon Hose-Slips-Nightgowns l Q
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Telephone Northport 427
NORTHPORT N Y
AL S MARKET
Meats and Delzcatessen
Phone Northport 22
WINES sl LIQUORS
D A BLUE
Telephone 172 W
75 MAIN STREET
NORTHPORT N Y
IRENE S GIFT SHOPPE
4-91 EAST MAIN STREET
NORTHPORT L I
U mque Gift Items
Unusual Greetmg Cards
Mr 6'cMrs Charles.S Terry
A Ingerman,s Dept Store
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Main Street Northport, N. Y.
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