Northport High School - Tiger Tales Yearbook (Northport, NY)

 - Class of 1958

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'Qi' 'I XXX iff X S. -a D 1 H I K I Nl 16' A ,f X! v,',9.:xa,c164' f X ' ff' ' as-4 r.-9 f f if " " v, X s ' ' H1 A1 L" .w -1 f , ff if ,f I .VV J f f U ,ll X 'd vi 1 , ' ly 1 Q , , K I I If ' .I r g I 1 5 -:sg lv f 1 f f 'I I " pf Q I I 1 fl I 9 I Q f 1 s ll ' N I' A ' I fl P ' I S f 4 'Q ' -r 7-' 1 4 s w"l" Presented by the Graduating Class of NCRTHPCRT HIGH SCHOCL Northport, New York CONTENTS Dedlcatlon Theme Admlnlstratlon Faculty Sensor Section Underclass Section Actlvmes Sports ' . f . -tx 4' 1' Q , in E i. 4 7 v, v 4 M, mx :xp A xi: x :, f f ds' Q W' I :O K' ' .lyk 7 L 1 Ns V ' i X :UL X vga, I u, K 1- A .. Q, a , Q I A 'A 3 X -. ,N 1-,L ,. . ,-" X , - 'f H' H- ! V Y-Y 1, Q. ...f 32' 'QS 'L ' X 'fx ' .ca-'J .J . ,Q in if Q gk- M, Qfg- slk V A ' Ar- . M x ' : ' 1 A xx?-' "., " '41 G, -ix aidx .il Axyxg ' 1,4-f. 4 , 4 N y 1 , 'x , IFE-E., Xi xx B '4- Q9 ' i Dedicati .6 'VW ' W ' 'T f J' , , - f:,i,kgi-,y T 4L.L1,,,p - " 'fig .fbi I lg Av.. . ,Q .sv .Agx r S .A -,igsgff "ff in A 11- ,g.fg.'l!i 5-1-, fin i T,-'I 0 K x fsfizlf 3' +41- .-1' .bleak .L 4. ,L "l:11f54:?a'.2 .fist 'tif -2 ' .s -'Hts'-Sc:-'f-.r. ai '. - 0' i In selecting the person who was to receive this dedication, we, the Class of 1958, carefully considered all those who have been of service to us during our four years. After due deliberation, it became obvious that one man stood out above all others. His ever-present backing and aid, though given in all modesty, has been recognized. We dedicate Tiger Tales, l958, to Herbert L. Livingstone. Although Mr. Livingstone came to us in our sophomore year, through his sincere interest and unselfish attitude, he immediately ignited a new flame of enthusiasm within us while helping enormously in all our class functions and activities. Even those who did not have him as a teacher felt the effects of this remarkable man. His invaluable aid carried through our iunior and senior years. lt is through this dedication, Mr. Livingstone, that we wish to thank you for the friendly willingness you have expressed in serving us. Your efforts will never be forgotten and we hope you may guide other classes as you have so generously guided us. 1l"11'!sxX'.x .'.H'.'. .-'JI l'5L'.1X'-'. ' - N . n - x ' " Anywhere, Provided lt Be at -f As the years progress, each generation must be prepared to step into the shoes of its predeces- sor. ln America, we must strive to preserve the many heritages which those before us fought and died to achieve. ln order to do so, all Americans, great and small, must work in unison, for everyone has a task to perform that will benefit our overall development. We must look to the future in everything we do to insure the continuance of our prosperity. The graduating class of Northport High School has the ability and potential to play its allotted role in our country's growth. Each mem- ber of our class must and will, in his own different way, proceed anywhere . . . provided it be for' ward. NNNXXXVN 'Rza MISS ADELHEID M M KAUFMANN Prmcnpul Af' ADMINI DR CHARLES T COWAN Supermtendcnt of Schools me as fy my 'iff 'W' Y RATION fig'-5 lei .J X ivvus 4g....,-- DR GEORGE MAYBURY DR JAMES A LOOMER Assistant Supermtendant of Schools 'P X - -' 1 . 'la I 1' It , X Q I 1, I' 'V I i foo, I Y . I A I I Assistant Superintendunt b ' ' of Schools I B I I 'of' 5 let. A ' x A , Tv It I MR DAVID ALLARDICE Assistant Prmclpol :sa "' ,2-4' if .lbw .1-1' MR WILLIAM B JANOVER MISS BETTY BRADLEY MR PAUL FAZIO Dean of Boys Dean of Glrls Dean of Fmshmen 'Qi if HELEN ALTON Art E is X"-vs CARMEN CONTE English and Spanish A, fm.. I 5 1--vs 1, LENORE Sl LVERMAN Business Education is ARTHUR DROPKIN Business Education JOHN MAGUIRE English and Speech 14'l R E Q 3. ' wh. , . W1 59 PHYLLIS LEVITT English R all RN 'qu' E. l 4 ' K JUUAN MILKES Business Educollon Pfi' s E Lf' MORRIS SAXE English B - 1 t I c? a, g., I x ly-V' 3' .5 nr' , MARY ALICE WARD English .,,. ,- fi rig' b ails GRACE RIDDLE English 943 'ia'-uf A-ga-Q. CLEM NOVAK Business Educallo QWQ' 3' vw., ""' A OSCAR ANDERSEN English lgfv-. 'Qu-... IRWIN BLUMENTHAL English VU' LOIS WHITCOMB English . tim- fl' Zg.s ' I .E x X ' H ' n ,fav 4 v B ' lg, 'Z' , ' R N a Q Ev- 'Q R A " , 1 K S, f ef' I I-f'f,"l f ' 3 - ' - W . Tn: h K 59" r nf" ROIAND IARKER JR. English f Y, fx 1murN. '...If'I' K HERBERT LIVINGSTONE World Hisiory 1115 A+-X. JOSEPHINE RICE American History 04:-, Q0-'ix 41, fs. v A V '7'5 , aww-pb A CATHERINE HAWLEY LIllIAN JUSTICE RAYMOND CARDEN llbrarian Remedial Reading American Hislory f,-sg eco ,Q 'T'."1' LORRAINE SPOSATO World HIsIory , , . by " , 1. Q IA 3 3 JOHN KIRCHNER Clfizemhlp Educarlon A I 'L' : Ko ff 15 f I BRUCE HUNT American and World Hlsfory V5 H-t:'N --1 RICHARD MC KAY CIIIxenshIp Eduzailon 3' 1' 14 JOSEPH HARTT ANNE KING ADELE BREAUX BETTY ROBERTSON Cirizenship Education Home Economics Spanish and French German 'Glyn-P' ANGELO PETULLO DR- ANNA MOTT0 Latin, Spanish, and Italian l-Ufln and Ffenfh Q: N V , 5 ,W QEQH ,N . .,,, 5 I 5 5 11' X WILLIAM DUNCAN Mathematics VS. 1' TW! ENN ' LETITIA REILLY Mathematics f x fi n 5 Q. sinh? ani 3 M , If. .A inn:-Q 1 ' I f , 1 X P45 l Lx , is .V :in v . l GEORGE TIFFANY JOHN RYDER Director of Athletics Physical Education I0 'Q' ? 5 25" as "W lr ,, W.. I ill .AAN I Exif 5, - ' X NVQ., 4 ,uf ., - V X -ftalyz., -Q Y 1 + ' . ' N 'fit 7522.1-L ii -V , Mr- -, , ' ,li-'Q 'Z-fi g JOSEPH LATINO CHARLES KISSAM Mathematics Mathematics 1 'Cl v- K' "X gcc -K. 'Q 'if V .gg EX 'V I Xml" 4 -,cf , , , , , 54 fe ' 'ff' 'lf' ffm fx' MARIE GANGE MARY PUGUESE Mathematics M!-lll1lmGliC5 'bf vc-4-r -2 'if lYDlA KOURELIS ROBERT KRUEGER Music Education M0556 540607500 if WP'-3' l 'ITN BEATRICE BARLIE JOHN STUMP Physical Education Basketball Coach be JENNIE LYNCH Physrcal Educatlon RQ impo- MARVIN ROSENBERG Biology .ws x RALPH HOWARD General Scnence QP' ROBERT KRA PF Physical Educatlon 4233 1'-:sv WILLIAM VAN HOUTEN General Science ii S'- -mf WILLIAM BURGESS Health Educatron 'Wt' i-I .5114 FRANK MARTIN WILLIAM PORTER General Science Chemlstry lndusmgl Args and General Mathematics .ln '14, 1?-2 ar VN G"""'Y .IOHN HOSIE Chemistry and Physlcs GERA RD KAS5 Chemlstry 'Uv' ROSARIA KORDAL General Scuence and Broloay ix n fy' ?av li RALPH SONEN Blology in -vs STEPHEN PHILLIPS DONALD CORIE Auto Mechamcs and Driver Education and General Shop Mechanlcal Drawmg Il - X . N I .L 5 - -f 1 , I rf' M' ix , , 1 ,' ' gg N 4 ,, 5, . 4 fi Y: A i ,S I A ' 'lx . XV R. Q :ml y l x I 5 1 I G -1 ,N I V I I X In , f ri' I v, , - I ' 'K IL Ig "fe, -QA. , ,IVV , 1 'ki Yrs ' a ' I l lt , EV Q 0 I Un l 'X A - sf' X I x ' .I -v ' I x N A 'tvs . , g 5. 381+ - ll 'WDA . f,'-5 git .xs'.S'xxn fic' 1 K S mi Nylxiqx 'vt ' vs tis xhtml.. l RICHARD MAYER JOHN CONZONE Industrial Arts and Printing Driver Eduwtiofl FT' rx I ' Q19 6 Nik' e t sv' x I .r-ff' QU' - BERNETTA GENOR Dental Hygiono Teacher CS 4? ESTELLE ENDEE Office Staff l m g. i W 'Tr' DR. DAVID EVANCIE School Doctor I, 'VX if MILDRED STIENFELDT Office Stuff HENRIETTA BERNHARD Office Stott 'LJ .gin x I-1' K V, ANNA HAYNE! School Nurse ly gl' 4 r 15- 'x I I' I IQ , 1' ex ELSIE MAC KILLOP Office Staff -'S 'rr' JANE WASSUNG Office Staff ""'c,',, Tiger Tales Salutes ' S ,M 1 last year, we at Northport High School lost one of our most Y, ' respected faculty members, Miss Irene St. Peters, who retired after more - than thirty years of faithful teaching, Although she is officially retired, her W wa' X, energy and ambition are still shown by her connection with our school as an active substitute teacher. Almost two generations of Northport's alumni have benefited from her wisdom and understanding. Even after trying illness, our esteemed friend voluntarily returned to offer again her unselfish aid. It is for these reasons that we salute you, Miss St. Peters. I2 ,-9 65? 'bf f"""'V JOYCE AHLERS Her deep blue eyes smlle constantly Yearbook 4 Class Treasurer 2 The Las! Word 4 Dramohcs Club 4 Future Nurses of Amerlca 4 Chemistry Club 4 Sem: nor 4 Brology Club 3 Sprung Formal 3 F nd Rarsrng I 4 Float I 4 Les Bea x s 2 3 4 Cheerleadr g I Hoce 4 Volleyball I 9.4. 1 WILLIAM BAIN Women were made fo grve our eyes dellghl Bow mg Club 2 3 Band I 2 4 Basket b 3 Baseball 3 4 GEORGE BAER Mon of few words are the best of men WILLIAM ANDERSON Fame Love and Forlune on your foolsleps wall Yearbook Editor In Chrel Dramahcs Club 4 Golf Club Pes 2 3 4 Semm r s 4 Tra I Squad 4 Moth Semmar 4 Floal 2 3 Sprung Formal 3 Fund Rarsang 2 3 German Semmar 4 Basketball I 2 3 'GG 'Q N QT. X I I Z' ,pf are PATRICIA BASARA ln hand Yearbook 4 GO 2 Leaders Club 2 V P 4 Biology Club 2 Photography Club Mixed Chorus 4 Fund Rorsmg Sludenl Handbook 2 Semmar 2 4 F al 2 Hockey 2 4 Volleyball 2 4 as elball 2 Soflball 2 4 Ladycl Academy I CHRISTOPHER BASSO An easy mmded soul and always will be Muxed Chorus 41 A Cappella Chorr 4 uf'- Hb , , ' n' , f 1. , 1 f If I ' I 'if' X I5 f 'l - , I sv N I X ,X S ' X A l X . I V' y 4' I . :ev P f -- -- V x . 1. ' ' X . I i N, Q .. . ., f . Q 2 I .. ... Xe U U ' 7 I' 7 U "Wisdom and friendliness go hand Ar' , . : n 1 k y . .. 1, , , 4. ' 2: ' : ' ' 2: 57 I ' AQ I V. I0 2 , I: I, 'v -, 4 -f r ' . B k ' , , , l H 1 ' l 'l f C? ---,., fag..- R+,--, --- -..-- ,..- , V,P. , r . , , 5 ' a ' -H 3, 4, Les Beaux Arl 2, 3, 5 ff'c M ' : ' 7 , , 4: ' ' - - l.. . I . . I 1 4: l' . 1 , , 1 - oll 5 , . I, H Q ,. 1 ' 11 - 5 'fb :7 I V 1 A ,. , ii-'gn I df? . ' I "I .7r?l'J 'V 1' fl' rf' T? BARBARA BECKMAN Chance cannot change my love nor time impair ROBERT BERNIER Silence is a virtue not many men possess Gymnastics Club 4 I6 sr .T ,.,, fin ROBERT BERGOLD 'A rolling eye a roving heart.' Yearbook 4 Seminar 3 4 Traffic Squad Bowling Club 3 4 Rod and un Club 3 4 Road Knights 4 Fund Raising 3 4 Spring Formal 3 Soccer 2 3 Q'T""f'l PHYLLIS BEST "A little mischief, a lot of gaiety." Yearbook 45 G.O. 2, 47 Student Health Organization l- Bowling Club 4- Consti- Constitution Revision 4 Float 3 oft b 2 F' 0090, Zliiwkf ROBERT BERENBAUM All things are slaves to intelligence Chemistry Club 3 Bowling Club 2 3 4 Chess Club 2 3 Tennis Club 4 Baseball -uv i STEPHEN BLYDENBURGH Success treads on the heels of every right effort Yearbook Business Manager GO Dramatics Club 3 4 GO Nominating Student H e a l t h Organization 2 ra fic Squad 3 4 Bowling u Biology Club 2 Stage Crew 3 Band Foo 2 Baske K fs. .NM to ,min .f 1 ff f . . ' I I U . . . ' ' ' ' , , s - , . , . , , , In 47 . ' F G all . 3 . ..' Q9 ,H I K v' .f . . ' - If B 2 A -'S tg? 1, 1 K, ' - ' 1 wi' is-A l 1 -HL' , X 1' H 3 X ' ,-,--,X..,, -,. ,- ..--,' -' .- 'H . '.. ii - - - In - I . I 17 l - ' 1 ' . . 1 ' , 1 . - ' ' li - , : ' 1 ' ' I 32 'f A 4. T f' , 5 ' CI b 37 ' i 2 l, 2, 3, 4, abou , tball 1. ..'L l, J, Q If E' is N 4 lf, Q 4 T, A ,V Q, i Y ,--. jfl, " K g if V -,,' 2: ' 1 'TS' . - 1, ,1-H'-4 f uH.r1"l'f,ff A -f' on gh " f ,ij-,, , Q ' ,, A AZ'-ig K . ,f I ., ,, V .5 1 5 x 1 fssf Mi 35 rf' .. o Q?-""' PAUL BROER The deslre for knowledge Increases ever with lhe acqulslhon of ll Yearbook 4 Tuger lnklmgs 4 Debate ub 2 wr u 4 as Word Edllor 4 Chess Club 2 emnslry Club 3 Semuncr 4 a no Club 4 Bnology Club 2 Gymnastics Club -I ROBERT BUCKLAND He does not only fund the es! bul the laughler loo oolboll l as eball Baseball 2 3 4 ss. W 715 ROBIN BUCHANAN Q-f if Art IS indeed not the bread buf e wme of life PAUL BUHLER Whal should a man do bul be merry? Yearbook Sensor Ednfor The Last Word 1 ' v y, ' r - 4, , . A 'A fl l Q A 3? ,-f' ' I. A 2 Z . 1 . ll . 1 ' CI , J, 4, Bo Img Cl is 3, , The ' .. L l ' 1 , 4: ' ' 1 Ch ' : ' , R d' Af' Edilor 3, 4: l-9GClefS Club 3. 4: A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Football l , ' , ' Debale Club 2, 3, 4, Floal 4, Seminar 4, 3, 4, Soccer 3, 4, Track 3, 4. Hockey l, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball l, 2, 3, B , 2, S flb l l, 2. 62 E 6 ff Q, E0 -, we X I , sl lsr E W GJ N ' 1'1f'N ---,,-- ,,.,,,,,, . ,,- --,-, '-Ae ' .. . . "A ' ' . I , . ,, F ,2,skn 1,2,3,4, 5,23 , 1 Q r f K' askelball l o al VERA BRUSH sunny smile and lovely wms your heart Mnxed Chorus l face lhal f JEFFREY BUTLER IS The palh of lhe crea his work Gymnashcs Club 4 db Y lor MARY PATRICIA CARROLL The snlence of pure Innocence often persuades when speakmg falls Yearbook 4 Tiger lnklmgs 4 Chemnstry Club 4 Bowlung Club 4 Future Nurses o America 4 Bnology Club 3 Foal F n 4 Softb VIRGINIA CHESSMAN Let them call nt mischief when nt I5 passed and prospered twlll be called vtrtue Yearbook 4 Ttger lnklmgs 3 leaders C ub 3 Chemistry Club 4 Dramotncs ub I u a nd R usmg 2 3 4 Volleyball 2 Basketball 4 Softball I 2 4 PATRICIA CARR It IS a womans pnvnlege to change 5,0 if JUDITH CHOINSKY Socle says the text ns the happnness o her I e her mmd Yearbook 4 Volleyball 3 Basketball 3 PATRICIA CAVANAGH Sacred Heart Academy I 2 Mmd cannot follow lt nor words PATRICIA CONLIN QXPWSS het' lnflmle Sweefneis e IS always laughing for she has an Yearbook 4 Fund Ralsmg 4 Greenvulle mfmlte deal of wat Central Hugh School I 2 3 Yea rbook 4 Assembly Plonmng 3 Dramatlcs Club 3 .lumor Red Cross Float 4 ix I8 fx "QMS qu--"7 ef' W' " 'fv, ,' ' f I'f." ll ' ' I ' I I. j I I I I 3, 45 und Rais'ng 3, 5 all I. af Q 55 I l, UA i B - e--- -- --- I 1 I ' :I ' Cl ,4, Golf cub-1, Flot2, 3, 4, -I Fv U". , ,r ,4: g- .-gh' ' X . ,- 1 ,i . 3 'US N f As I . 'D A 1, fi ARTHUR COOPER Let me luve and be merry' GO 4 Bowlmg Club 3 Rod and un u 3 xed Chorus 2 4 A a Chour 2 All Slole S cluo a Cho1r 3 ,4-1 MARILYN CORNELIUS We should behave lo our frlends as we JO ,GO 1 'Gb C Follow fri nil T! i l WILLIAM CZNADEL your own bent no mailer what Olhefs SUY SYLVIA CROSS For sure no mlnules brmg us more confeni than those spent ln pleasmg useful sludles eanbook 4 Tger lnkl ngs 'l u ure Teachers of Amenca 2 3 Leaders Club 3 4 Jun1or Red Cross 2 B1ology Club :sung l oar 4 Fu 3 4 A Cappella Chonr 2 orus l P es All Slale Sechonal Cho1r 4 NYSSMA Musnc Feshval 3 4 Volleyball 4 Hockey as elball 4 Muxe HENRY DARCH Sllence seldom hurts CAROL COSTA Bowlmg Club 4 Gymnashcs Club L1fe has QIVOH of is est Wleslllng 4 H1c svulle Hugh Sc ol I would wlsh our frlends lo behave lo us if i' I9 K1 1 - ' ,I ,.. W- iff, ,..l 1 1 3 ' A rw 25 R.. ' A 'AN-A 1 S' C 5'-ax , 1--" fel , 1 ' 14 , f", I V ij ., 1 in 'ft 4' Al.. 1 ll gf 1 if Q 1' - lyl f' -'O .I .foaffr ' ' Int.. W tht, H . ,, I!" I ' 's '-.'-15' N., , , 1 ' 5 G H Cl b , Mi , 3, , Cap- ,, pen ',3,-1, V e'nl ' H , A Y 7 i i , 2, 3, 45 Fl ' , , 41 Sec. 3, Pres. 45 llramalics Club l, 2g ' 2gFl 1,2,3, , nd ,, .. . fe, Ra , 2, , 1 , NX il f , 3,g'dCh ,2,3pr.41 FV Q ,Fw 1 7 ' KB X lg B k 1, 2. ,- ,-,,, --,Vx,, . 2 . 47 H' ' i b ." ' , 'k ' ' ho , 2. - N .1 -A . xx L ' ' ." 1 . 'QL X' x I . 1 ,U 1 1 U by 1 .F . 1' ,V -1 ' ' will ' V x W . ,,' am, ., ,, 1 15, 'V .-af VK . kv V Z .- lff.,:1' 1 4 f .u'. 6 Q X If ARTHUR DALLAS heart wlth pleasure he begunles Student Health Orgamzatnon 2 4 Power Memornal Academy l JOSEPH DEAN H llves for the loy of llvmg ii' 7:41 20 fc'-"f ALICE DEIGEL After the verb to love to help I5 the most beautnful verb In the world Yearbook 4 Semnnar 4 Future Teachers o Amernca 3 4 Junlor ed Cross 3 Debate Club 3 4 Chemnsty Club Float 4 Student Teacher 4 Flushlng Hn h School l 2 ROY DECKER Let every man be swlft to hear slow to speak slow to wrath Greenport Hugh School l 2 3 49-5 Lf' Y' ribs CAROL DEL GIUDICE The sweetest roamer s a gurl young heart Yearbook Underclass Edutor GO 2 3 Future Nurses of Ameraca 4 Bnology Club at 3 4 Golf Club 4 Sprn rmal 3 Fund Ratsung l 2 3 4 e nar 4 Assembly Plannlng 4 Hockey l all 3 4 Bas l S 0 RICHARD DE ANGELIS Hey man' Lets go a rockm Yearbook Underclass Edntor Class Trea surer 3 at 4 Semma Dramatlcs Club 4 Empire State Repre sentatnve 3 G O Normnatnng 3 s etball l 2 3 4 Bas Tek? 2 41 its nik 'P' 1, A 'L -." 4' 3 ' ,xv IA -5' -A. N A 1, v Sift Q ,g . , , ,f,?j B L tg, 1 Y r A' 4 , A oe-g, ,A V- 4 1 Qs, 3 , x , li A V :::::: fr , 15' 1: gg, jegi:fgEgEQ5jgE,Zjrfffif ' l 1 'll L d Cl b 37 D l 'cl bl 4l "With a face all set in smiles, each , en ers U llamcllcs. U ' ' f - ', , -' R , 2fHo 1,2, , 1 1 'ng ' - . - , 5 ' r 45 F0 : " . , . :5 mie ' -9 ' I , ' 2, 3, 4, volleyb 1, 2, , , ker- ball , 3, 4, oltball 1, 3, 4. NP gg fs If -59 431 Q3 X v vig Q ,t K Y u e - - - - In H l Hr I , - I I : Flo l, 2, 3. 7 ' I' 3: I l D ' 5 . I. ' l 1 41 Bu k , , , 7 eball 3, 4. A f , is A ' 4 A .. N ,-,l'.7" fl , Q f 1 'U' CAROLYN EKENSTIERNA Tis true gold can do much but beauty more Yearbook 4 Junior Red Cross l Bowl ing Club 4 Future Nurses of America Treas 3 Pres 4 Spring Formal 3 Float Dance Decorations Chairman 2 JOANNE EVERS Kindness is the sunshine which vlrtue grows Yearbook 4 GO 3 Future Teachers of America 3 4 Dramatics Club l Tiger lnklmgs 3 4 Junior Red Cross Float 4 Mixed Chorus I Y 0, eff' if f' ROGER DUFFETT His fortune only the future knows but good will follows him where eer he goes etball 3 4 Base Y HENRY ENDEE In the end truth will conquer earbook 4 Chess Club 3 Floa Mixed Chorus 4 A Cappella Choir 4 All State Sectional Choir 4 it ff 1 t-+1 '67 BARBARA DIJA Hardy faith and honest cheer are always welcome KATHLEEN DORAN A fine head of hair adds beauty to her face Mixed Chorus l 2 A Cappella Choir 4 nf- 'wx 'X R in 2 L I . gr! ij 77W A A Q B DQS I f .."' 1 ,' If -.- v"l,'. ' . ,-"I, Al'-irllv, rf l ," ' Il"!. ly' 'I I 4. ' he fvl-f fli 'll .W . 2, 3: 43 Fund Raising 2, 3, 45 'Rotary Class Vice-President 25 Junior Red Cross l ' ' . lg Bask 1, 2, , , ball 4. qv-ps P ? 9 aft E7 f , A l jf' X ,ll X , N pl 1 it ,, , ---Z,-u,, ix- ----52- ,--.--ilQ - LA ' ' ' ' IA V I .U .ll ' Y 1 1 Y 4: ' ' 7 I ' ,2,3,4y - ' '- E . . l I . 4: , , s 3 1 'A 4 .1 6 l I ' . 'r nl X h . iv 155 RONALD FANELLI Ive taken my fun where I found nt CHARLES FIELD Pollteness costs nothing and gams everythlng Cub 2 Semmcr 3 4 Sprung Formal 3 asketball l ? C'- 15,1 1- I 22 LINDA FAATH Whatever she does wherever she goes grace orders her actions and follows her movements Yearbook 4 Tger Inklnngs 3 Fu ure 'eachers of America 4 Cheerleading 3 oat un ansnn Sal Joseph s Academy l 2 DONNALEE FARRELL l lnve for those who love me and those who know me Yearbook Underclass Editor Tuger lnk Club 4 Bowling Club 4 Chemistry Club 4 Future Nurses of America 3 4 Biology ub 3 oat 2 3 Sprung Forma Fun Raising 3 4 ,pl-we 'UN Q-1-7 'YW' DEBORAH FAIRMAN Happy am l from care l am ree Yearbook Sports Editor Dramatucs Club 4 The Last Word 4 Future Nurses 3 ogy Club 2 Fl at 2 4 Semuna Mixed Chorus 4 A Cappella Choir 4 All Sate Sectional Choir 4 Hockey l 3 Volleyball l Ba o a 'll L X WWA NC. NNW EUGENE 'ARABAUGH Worth courage honor these indeed your birthright are G 3 Pres 4 Class Vice President 3 National Honor Society 3 Pres 4 Semi nar 4 GO Nomunatlng 3 Biology Club 2 Traffnc Squad 4 United Schools f Western Suffolk 4 Sprung Formal 3 und Raising 3 F 4 Fore: Relations Forum 3 4 Assembly Plannnng 4 Football Chorus 3 4 Football an ball Baseball 3 4 f' Q f r 1 4 . . X , X ' ' A .. I f ,,. . ,, i, Bio! , o , , ' r 4, i I ' 5 t l - ' ' i , , , - , - , 4, , 2, 3, 4, skoioou 1, 2, 47 FI 45 F d R ' ' g 3, 45 'nt 3, 47 S ftb ll l, 2, 3, 4. Q 9 L I, , ,, 5 x J 9 aw' g ml -rn ,l N 1 Y 1.1. ' F' XL ---o --..,,- -Ju-Y- - 'L 'gkl ,- ex- A,-- - li - - - 'uv .Ol I I I ' - ' 5 Yearbook 4, rigor lnklings 4, Biology lingo 2, 3, 4, The Lose Wordl4g Dramatics , ' -' ' , ' ' o l i ' , i ' 1 1 ' : ' 5 ' : B , 2, 3, 4- z ' , 2 ' F " , 4, loat 3, , 'gn CI , FI 1, , , ' I 3, ' , , ' d ' ' , - 3, i , i l, K hit 2, 3, Coocapt i 4, Basket l, 3, 47 R 1 X 4 54 I K l We , , Q A 5 N, ' A' Q-U' ' ,C1 , U o ' Q 5' . in 5, fi, P5 1 BARBARA GAGNE When laughter IS humble when t not based on self es eem rt rs wnser than tears Yearbook 4 GO 3 4 Mascot 3 on stututron Revrsnon 4 Assembly Planmng 4 Sprung Formal 3 nd Rarsnng 3 ockey l o eyball l asketball l tball l CAROL FREUDENBERG Her ways are of pleasantness Yearbook 4 Trger lnklrngs 4 Dramatlcs Club 4 Bowlmg Club 4 The Last Word 4 Chemistry Club 4 Future Nurses of America 4 Float 3 4 Sprung Formal 3 nd Ransrng 2 3 f 49' s,lQ 'E MAUREEN FLAHERTY Grace was rn all her steps heaven ln her lovely green eyes In every gesture dlgmty and love Yearbook 4 Junnor Red C oss 3 4 Float Fund Rarsrng Wx if JUDITH GLENN Her rvory hands on the rvory keys play In a frtful fantasy .lunror Red Cross 4 Mnxed Chorus l Accompanrst 3 4 A Cappella Chorr 4' j 55 'VW- RENIE GANZENMULLER Vrrtue and sense are one ROBERT GHOSIO e pleasure of life rs according to the man who llves rt 2 Chemistry Club 3 Chess 2 Bowlrng Club 2 Baseball 4 J 23 , 1 5 X K Y ' A 'X . Jig" xi " ' , i is ' V . . . :--,: :CA '- ll Q- I 2, 3, 4, Float 2, 3,7 5 ' 1 5 ' r , 5 Fu " , 4g H , 2, 3, 45 4: " 3. vll ,2,4,B ,2,4, Sol' , 2, 4. 0 cr' 12 Y Y 0 -l M ' iff, -,f lil 2 I N , 4 3 he J 1 --, ,--,--L-.-,L--,, --- - l----,, g-i.,-- ,,.I,h . . . " ." ' ' -H G.O. 7 ' 5 Club , I" , I ' , 1 I ' 3l 5 ' 1 4' Fu "F , , 14. I I x 1 N 9 ,Y X , 'W-' v " In Q Q ,. Ny 'u 41 b. X . F 52. ,uf . CARL GRUNER Perseverance keeps honor bnght FRANK GUIDO Lnfe IS a game of fun' 7W5 O1 .1-MQ. H 4-.1 l Q. A-J' bf' x ,V QP? mr 'f--v JOHN HANHAM None shall rule but the humble Future Teachers of Ameruca 4 Chess Club g Club 3 er SUSAN HAGELTHORN lnwardness muldness and self renounce ment do make for human happiness Yearbook 4 Tnger lnklmgs 4 Dramutlcs Club 3 Junlor Red Cross 2 Assembly nnnng 3 4 4 Tenn 57 -slun- RICHARD GRAFF We are growing senous and let me tell you thats the very next step t belng dull Yearbook 4 Future Teachers of Amerncu 4 Chess Club 2 3 Chemls y Club 3 Bowlmg Club 3 Tenms Club 4 Baseball ,Elv VINCENT GUIDO Be gone dull care thou a cl l shall never agree' Yearbook 4 Semmar 4 Future Teachers of Amernca 4 Dramahcs Club 4 Bowlmg ub 2 u Fu R :sung 4 Flootl 2 3 4 Sprung Formal 3 Football Chorus 4 Footballl 2 3 4 seboll l 2 1? -fu' ..-all .C A 0 W i 1 K , i um, in x . x w ,V K w N . c y Ii? , I Z 1, -V -xl 1 - V , n , ll 43-' E , ' ' ' 'I ' r ' o ' 2, 4: Bowlin , 47 Socc l, 2, 3, 7 , 5 'tr 5 Bowling Club 2. 4' U F l I 4. 51 - , fp ,- v si 51' X W fl f ' X 1 g "' - , -N ,F Ml--- 55, Li, N--- ,c-. - .,,ef:-e- - .. I n 1 ' 1 Cl , 3: Golf Cl b V.P. 35 nd Pltl ' , 5 Float 3, 7 is 3. Q' ' 7 , , , 7 ' Ba , , 4. 1 Y K 1 S X f , tx 'Y N 1 2 3 MIRIAM HERMANN Men are but a tnfle m my lnfe arbook 4 GO 3 Tuger lnklxngs The Last Word 4 Traffuc Squad 4 Junnor C oss 2 3 l.e ders Club 3 4 aux Arts 2 3 4 4 Fu :sung 2 4 Sprung Farm 3 stntuhon Revnsron 4 Assembly Planmng 2 4 Bulletm Board 3 Cheerleading 4 ockey 2 3 o e a ,vnu S. RUTH HIMME Llfe IS what you choose to make It Yearbook 4 Semunar 4 Dramahcs Club 4 Junnor Red Cross 4 Bowling Club 3 De ate Club 3 4 The Last Word 4 emustry Club 4 Future Nurses Amernca 3 4 Bnology Club 2 Les Beaux s 2 4 Sprl rmal 3 Fund Rausmg 2 4 Ba u 2 Cheerleadmg 2 Hockey l yball 'I 3 4 Basketb a 'Q' Quia 43-6' Yrs 'rr' ' JOHN HEIST Havent got a worry rn the world GENE HARNED mnastucs Club 3 4 Football l 2 wherever mlschlef IS so um asketball l Football 3 4 5.4 ELLEN HICKEY Mlngle your cares wlth pleasure now and then Yearbook Underclass E d n to r G O 4 Future Teachers of Amerlca 2 3 4 Tiger n ings 3 unuor e Cross e Last Word 4 Debate Club 2 Bnology Blology Clubl Gymnastncs Club 4 oot b 2 Track 4 CHARLES HART of the Devnl' Club 2 Assembly Plannnng 3 4 Sprung mal 3 Float l 3 Fund Rats: 2 3 Mnxed Chorus Lnbranan 3 4 l 25 , ' ' 7 C l vig l. A' . ', 1 , ,Q . X Y f xl 4 L' fi' 7.93, C. , 5 M x ' ' . A . ,. . ' . . Zlflfllls. ' R I .. . ,ZA Ye 5 . . 5 ' ' 25 ' Red' 'fo fflss GY ' ,5 .,s, ,, ... ,,. Be , , 5 Float 2, 3, 5 nd 4, B , 2, Track 1, 2' ' ' RG" , 3, 5 ' al 5 Con- H , , 45 V ll yb ll 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Softball l, 2, 3, 4. 65 M11 N I J cv , P X b , 1 2 ' , , I ' "Full '." Ch ' i of l kl' 5 1 ' R d 35 Th ' , : ' : I I ' l 7 V 7 F ' Art , 3, 45 Float l, 2, 3, 5 'ng I ' , : ' Gll i - Fo 5 " , 3, 5 be For 5 , 2, 5 "ng R th 5 ' 5 , 2, 1 I ' l ' , - 3, 45 Volle , 2, , 5 all l, 2, 3, 45 Softb ll T, 2, 3, 4. ' 3 W up 'vb Q ' I, . x 5, 5 u ,, fo' X F. . 'Vw ' I -I I ,T 5 ,f f Jw. 1 1 Q , HARRY HODUM "And certainly he is a good fellow!" Yearbook Circulation Editor, Glen Cove High School l, 2. MARY llARDl The truly generous IS the truly wise Bowling Club 4 Fund Raising 4 Oyster Bay Hugh School l 2 1? 'uglx cro- lg It ' N ,- bt '17 ,. lf' ' CARL HORN "Merit is worth more than fame." Yearbook 4, Chess Club 2, 4, Bowling Club 3, 4, Golf Club 4, Football I, 2, 3, Basketball l. FREDERICK JAKOBS Me and my shadow Carle Place Hugh School l 1-ff' k3"x i-FV' BONNIE HlPWEl.L "The best of blessings, a contented mind." Yearbook 4, G.O. 3 4- Junior Red Cr , , oss 45 Tiger lnklings 47 Chemistry Club 4 Future Nurses of America 3, 4, Float 4l Fund Raising 3, 4' A Ca Mixed Chorus 3 4 ppella Choir 3 QL M BRADLEY HUBERT the good and evil equal bent hes bo a devil and a saint GO 2 Class President 2 Dramatrcs Club T s,'5's qi-'J ff A D , A JA " ..- gllll Q ' A' fl, l I ,,. Q Q- -A J,,-- X -- - ll ,-,ilL.,, -V ' , . H . . . H .ATO l I ' ' . th ' ' ." l l l, 72, reas. 3, 4. I 13 div- , 3 l ' - ff , l ft, ' T X I , f Q-fl" 1 ,Yr ll " L ,s b v., ,L rv' ,A 26 Q gli L l W3 J- .M ,-f 1 ff" Ui Q E-5,1 H 5? 4-" '-5 u kde-eww. A I 5 A PATRICIA JOHNSON "DeIicacy is to love what grace is to beauty." earbook 4 Tger Iklungs Fu ure Nurses of Ameruca 4 Float 3 Sprung Formal 3 Muxed Chorus l Hockey I 2 V eyball I 3 Basketball I Softball I 'Hx DIANE JONES 5 f When your delucate feet un the dance twunkle round your steps are made of Iughtness and grace ROGER JAKOBS my shadow and Carle Place Hugh School lui GLORIA KLARE Courage conquers all thungs ut even guves strength to the heart and body Future Teachers of Ameruca 4 Muxed orus 2 3 l llfh 5'-as 'k"'Z"7 JEROME KENNEDY GEORGE KILIAN Persons luke me never change A Ilght heart luves long Dramatucs Club 4 Eastport Hugh School I Flushung Hugh School 2 3 'fo- 3,-P 'Q' 3 Y 5 l rl ' l 7 l - v I . ' 7 I ' ." " . . . me. on ' , , ' , ' 3. 4? an 'I R, , . -H--4L,-- ,- --,h,,f"l dh, Ch , , 4. I V ?'v '?,A-u ' 1- ,xv N U . V A ai HQ... ,, , AIJ K J K A A ' ., . 4- I ff, I -7 " A' 'su'e I ,.A. ., 'fllel uf 5 ' ' I' rl 'Al V I A 27 'Y' Sl' 41 -ov' l, 'Vx 5 "lag, ROBERT KLUMPE I must laugh dance and sung youth ROGER KLEINKQPF such a wonderful thmg The honest man must keep faith l 2 Semunar 4 Bowllng Club wnh hlmself Chess Club 2 Blology Club 2 Soccer PIERRE LABAT vigor of llfe possesses hum und Rausung 3 4 Football Soccer l Basketball l 2 Track 3 Q' 28 4 Baseba INGE KOCH Do as you would be done by ns the surest method that I know of pleasing e n ln Bowl u Dramatlcs C I u b Sec 3 4 Assem y Planmng 3 Glee Club 2 Hockey 3 TIA DAM lkwjm MARGARET LARKIN Gentle of speech beneflcent of mlnd Yearbook 4 GO 2 Future Teachers of Amerlco 3 Sec 4 Junlor Red Cross 3 4 Leaders Club 3 Bowling Club 3 4 Chemlstry Club 4 Future Nurses of Amrexco 3 4 Semmar 4 Float 4 Soft 3 arf Knowledge IS the wlng with whlch we fly to success Yearbook Actlvltles Edltor Semlnar 4 Bowllng Club 4 Chess Club 2 Chemnstry ub 3 4 Fund Rolslng 4 Rodlo 2 Buology Club 2 Gymnastucs Club 3 4 T ack 2 3 4 Wrestling 2 L 'Vx -7 a as is fi A lf - ' - -. , , ,gf .7 2 A Q l -v fx . Ai .BX fi -V - I , t X . Q X. P Vx l i 4 tt ' is ' ' . rag r :kr gs 4g rng Cl b 3, .. - ' - , : bl . . ,, G-o- I 7 I 2 ' 35 ' 5 5 . l, 2, 3, 5 ll 4. I "" wa A ' 9: Al S, 4, D f ,, J G .'Always happy. and full of lvinl: the I ' STEVE LARSEN F . . I 1 2, 3, 47 I 7 1 - 1: ' I ,'v bull ,4. Cl , , ' -' , - club , A l , 'yll , t : ' . ,wb 4 x- 1,09 F . t I Q, v 4 '.4 3' I Q 1 Q T Xu' s Q V 3 . 'll li 5 , VHA ff" as 5 2 ' ' S ai, A, FX 'ff""" BARBARA LEHMAN Her eyes as stars of twilight fair. Yearbook 4 Dramatucs Club 4 Junuor Red Cross 4 The Last Word 4 Chemistry Club 4 Future Nurses of Ameruca 4 no ogy Club Flat 'l 3 4 Spru Formal 3 Fund Rausung 3 4 Semunar 4 Les Beaux Arts 2 Hockey 2 3 Volleyball 4 Bcske 3 Softb KATHLEEN LOCKWOOD Tus good wull that makes untellugence Yearbook 4 GO 3 Tuger lnklungs 1 2 3 4 Debate Club 3 leaders Club 3 4 uxed Chorus l Float I 2 4 Mas 3 Sprung Formal 3 Fund Rausung 2 3 4 emunar 4 Le Beaux Ats all TN-wg' JAMES LAVERY A photographer us the kung of artusts Yearbook Photography Edutor Tuger lnk lungs Photography Edutor 4 Raduo Club 4 Gymnastucs Club 3 4 Track 3 'NS DENNIS LOEBS T' GEORGE LAURIE As the sun has works cast theur beams everywhere Yearbook Senuor Edutor GO l 2 3 4 Class Presudent 3 Vuce Presudent 4 Na tuonal Honor Socuety 3 Treas 4 Future Teachers of Ameruca 3 Traffuc Squad United Schools of Western Suffolk at 4 Masco GO Club Treas 3 Bulletun Board Sprung Formal 3 Actuvuty Awards 4 Fund usungl 3 4 GO Nomunatun 4 Semunar 3 4 Actuvuty Schedule Chaur man 4 Drunkung Machune 4 Les Beaux s 2 3 4 Assemb Plannung Foreugn Relatuons Forum 3 4 Football l B ball us the perfect clown nothung ever WILLIAM I-EEK gets hum down Dramatucs Club 4 Actuvuty Awards 4 Fund Rausung 4 Gymnastucs Club 4 Wrestlung 4 Baseball 4 A quuet mmd us rucher than c crown Football 4 Basketball 3 4 -6-'sc i-.4 24-qv 5: ,K s-R' W '1' s 4 a 4. su ll 29 I M I Hi 1' 5 V., , .v 5 ll Il ,X A it ' 5' l 2 0 , 2, , 1 'Htl ' ' ,I ' ' l .u l u, 2, 3, , uuwuu u, , quu 2, - , ' ' 7' ' ',' f 3, 4. . - I U 7 ' : ' 4: . 3' 4, Flo l, 2, 3, 7 t 3, 4, 35 lf . 5 ' 3: ., f Q54 G f . 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'M' 5 -. 2 I - .1 532, If ' eq I -- i p,-'Aj' . ,D 1 A 9 f KAREN LUND Glve me your smlle the lovelnght n your eyes Lufe could not hold a fanrer paradlse Yearbook Actuvntres Edutor 4 GO 2 I5 VP T e ln In s Dramatlcs Club 'l 2 4 Natlonal Honor S clety 3 4 The Last Word 4 Traffnc Squad 3 Capt 4 Junnor Red Cross Treas l Leaders u 3 4 Mascot 3 u etun Board 2 3 Sprm Formal 3 Ac nvnty Awards 3 4 Fund Ralsnng 2 Les Beaux 4 G O Nomlna I ns s 2 Sem a pella Cholr l 2 Mlxed Chorus ockey o e a Basketball 2 Softball 2 Cheerleadung GEORGE LORENZ VT MARY LOMBARDI Good wxll IS the mnghhest prachcol force In the universe Yearbook 4 Float 4 Softball 3 X MICHAEL LOVULLO Let me go wherever l wlll wo '5- 30 h to lwe agam Wrestlung 2 Track 2 .1- 'ww ,fx Agiilglg 4 V " ll' .,,.. A 'T' 31, ,, .. . . . . 541 1 U' , VVP- 4, . ' . I : f 2 D b , 1 4: . 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Qt- , il xxx JEAN ANN LOGGIA So gay a person so good a fnend Yearbook 4 Class Treasurer 4 Tlqev Inklmgs 3 4 Dramatncs Club 4 Tra flc uad 4 Jmor Red Cross 3 e ate Club 3 4 The Last Word Chemnstry Club 3 Bnology Club 2 Na tnonol Honor Society 3 4 Leaders Club as 3 es a 3 4 Spru Formal 3 Fund Ransmg 2 3 4 Semmar 4 Les Beaux Arts 2 3 4 Foreugn a tnons Forum 3 Volleyball 4 IX KATHERINE LUCAS Twas her thnnkmg of others mode you thunk of her Yearbook 4 Leaders Club 3 4 Float 2 :sm 4 Les Beaux s 2 3 4 Vo as e ball l QP-'Y' 'sf 'fx ki NANCY MALKMUS W a smule on her lnps and a ear In her eye Yearbook Underclass Edrtor G O ln rn s 3 Future Teachers o Amerlca 3 4 Dramatrcs Club 4 Traffrc Squad 4 The Last Word Assocnate Edu o 4 loo u G Cu at 2 n arsm 4 on stltutnon Revusnon 4 Assembly Planning 4 A Cappella Chour 2 Cheerleadrng 4 Softball 'I gill LESLIE MANSFIELD Song wms grace wnth God above and wuth the people on earth earbook 4 Dramatrcs Club 2 3 Junror Red Cross I 4 Chemrstry Club 4 at l 4 Fund Ransm 3 emu r 4 M xed Chorus I 3 llbrarr 4 A Cappella Chorr 2 Cheerleadmg 4 Sec tonal Chair 4 Hockey l 2 Vo ey I 4 Softb lv 4-'px 3 N Y' JANE MALONEY Wlthout fun and laughter there o Yearbook 4 Dramatzcs Club 2 Semrnar oat 3 4 Sprung Forma 3 Fu sung 3 Vo e ball 2 Basket a oftball II, ROBERT MC BRIDE Lrfe one long process of gethng Yearbook 4 Gymnastrcs Club 4 Float Fund Rarstng 4 Conshtutron vnston 4 Assembly Planmng 4 Soccer Tra 09' of 52 l-sig , ps, 114, lvl 1""""f EUGENE LYNC Honest fame awalts the truly good l Dramatlcs Club 3 Pres 4 F Spr F mal Fund Ra sm Our youth we can have for but a day So let s make merry whsle w may 45" -an Arm!" 3 I ,, 4' ff 1--' ,k4. H ith ' ' o , X l 4 " ' is no 7 . . 5 - In H Tige r kl' g 5 f l Y I. ' l" ' I F I ' ' , ' ' ao. , ' , . I loaf '. ' 4'.Fl l' 2' ' I l ' nd 3, 4, ing or 3: i' 9 3, trpBIgyCIb3g oIflb4g Ran ,4, ny 1,, bll no ,4,rUd Rug 3, ,C- 2:5 1,2. I ' n : I I I Itll I I X ' QW M-- -W ------AVVl-'- --C---.------ -- -- l "' is ' Y . ' I 4: - .. . ' t . ' q 'Wed' DONALD MAC KILLOP no , 2, 3, I " 9 I S '- f U ' . If U , . .C na , i , 2, , ' 'an I, 4: ' 1 ' Re- e ' lr - , ' , , ll f 1,2, 3, 4, ck 1. ball , 3, 45 Basketball l, 5 all l, I V 4. I . V 'Mun' ff . E ' .. Q. 'f- ,. - I 1 I V2 1 . , , , v A I f Q K ,, 'N'- L. f 5 I tif ' ' 3 they I I ,. 'E DONALD MC KENNA Dont fence me In THOMAS MEAGHER Sulence us sirengih f' 75+ 'iw-of G55 ff? -if MARGARET MC GAW e longer we know her the e w like 'ner Her rf? MATTHEW MC TIERNAN Be hue fo your work your word your fnends B seboll 3 4 Ai ifysk -Jbfy ,,..'-'Y and x ff' I I 5 . .- ' C if 4 If U 4 W' X fi Q 1 H D H ' r f I XT . ' "Th , b . 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FOX Q X 1:-"" ANN MONROIG The IDHOCEHT ore gay Yearbook 4 Future Teachers of America 4 Bowlnng Club 3 4 Mlxed Chorus T 2 AFM NANCY MIKKELSEN Lufe and love are all o dream Bowlmg Club 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Sofl b 4 .vu-N' 'Q'x 4"""P -Pin NANCY LOU MORRELL Heaven lent an angels beauty to her face Yearbook 4 Future Teachers of America Dramotucs ub 4 Student Hea r annzatron 2 3 Bow :ng u emnstry Club a Fund Ransmg 4 Semnncr 4 Muxed Chorus Cappella Choir 3 Cheerleadmg ockey I 4 Valley a csketball I 4 Soft it pf-fx 'uf' ""7 JUDITH OLDHAM e IS wlse who understands e science of forgrvmg 3 Dramotncs ub 4 Bow nn Softball 4 444564 KIRSTEN OLSEN Innocence IS strong a thing most sacred In the eyes of God Yearbook 4 Tger Inklmgs 4 Leaders ub VP Treas 4 Traffrc Squa 4 Float 4 Seminar 4 Mnxed Chorus 3 Hockey 4 Garden Cnty Hugh School l 2 fy I Ns 1,-f Ai! s che Vo e a Boske a 511,59 4. Li PETER MORIARTY erful drsposltlon IS boon to any crowd Road Kmghts 4 . 1 A ,G AF' 175 S l ash . . eh 4, ' Cl , nh ' .. . o 9 ' ' , , 4, I' CI b co , ' cr 3, , 1' 9 . 3x Ch ' 4: Flor I, 2, 4, Club 3, uyb II 4, tb Il 4, If 3: A . A ,I t . 1,2,3,4,H ,2,, bll 1, 2, 3, 4, B , 3, , ban 1, 2, 4. ff? 4 f 143 W Q' - 1 I , 1- f' A L fi? ,J , wi, , xCf',"," Ar, ar,-1 .ex I , jx ,M , iq- M r, Dy,-A.- An 5 -' x H ' I ' " to in ie s ' t ' 'Am ' H 0 F , 2, 3, 4, u 3. 1 F ' z I Cl . . 3, . , ' d ' . , 5 ' I fr ' .W ,I , NA 5 , 1 D i Q ' IQ' 1 1,2 I4 in-nb' JOSE MONROIG Let there be musnc to set my feet to dancing VINCENT MURPHY S ut hearted If a In spors ootball 'I Boseba Kin RN: 33 fi IC Q Nu JACK PELTON Many men have been capable of domg MARIE ORLOVSKY a wlse thlng but very few a generous True goodness sprmgs from a gurls lhmg own 'We hear' Float 4 Muxed Chorus 4 Yearbook 4 I PLATT PENNEY Youth :als for pleasure pleasure calls CHARLES PETERSON for love m y be qulet he may be s But see the mlschlef an his eye Tack 2 3 Buoo u 2 Baske a Bo 1,41 f Y , 'fa-fe .,.v-' 1' In-f JO ANN PELDUNAS A good heart IS better than all he fame In the world er I klungs Drama :cs ub Bnology Club 2 Hockey l 2 Volleyball Bas etball Sol a JUNE PHILP The happuest heart that ever beat Was In a blonde bundle of loy That stood about fuve feet Yearbook 4 Bowlmg Club 3 Mnxed Chorusl 2 4 A Cappella Cholr 3 fix 1 1 1 , , Q' 4 t ' L. lr' -5 ' 'YT rl . 12 " " 1 xx.- H 'A', -,Il , J , ff' fl R X il , J A J. fr . .X I Lf' :J H ' Q 1: r1,sy H , - . . Tig n' lp 1' Cl 1, 4, " ' ' ' J lg 11 1', lb ll 1. I ,lm "ll - 5: ' ff: ' 121 fy " 1 Q 1 we ,x .f4,l,,,, ik fl 411. 1 ----L--, - ----- --- ---save- I 1 ." "He a ' 5 by, r I . l . . , G.o. 1, ' 1 gy Cl b , lb ll 1, - ' 2, 3, 4, seboll 3, 4. , ,l : 'J , 4- 1' 'Q ff V '. ,1 ' ' 'Y , ' is ,- X 54 l - w.. Y! A f L' w - , V, r , 1 1 ' lx - l 1 .. I X' .ii WILLIAM PRIGGE A great man I5 made up of qJalltnes that meet or make great occaslons ass Presndent 4 GO 2nd VP 3 Semmar 3 4 Les Beaux Arts 3 4 Dra matucs Club 4 Traffzc Squad 3 4 Float I 2 3 4 Sprung Formal 3 Conshtun n Revrsuon Chrm 4 GO Nommatmg 2 Assembly Plannmg 3 Chrm 4 Soccer 2 B etballl 2 3 Baseba I . X 14 fl' 1.1 P41 'SS 13.-. 'QV' RICHARD PRIMOSCH s something to be wlllrng to com mend but my best pralse IS that I am your frlend ramatlcs Club 4 Bowling Club Football Chorus 4 Football 4 Softball 4 gnu 0 x 3 O Qc 8 Zeffxl SUSAN REIDT Art IS the gift of God and must be used unto Hrs glory Yearbook Art Editor Dramatrcs Club I Debate Club 2 3 4 Leaders Club 3 4 Float 2 3 4 Sprung Formal 3 Assembly annmg 3 Hockey I 2 4 Vo 3 ball MARILYN RONDA In her tongue IS the law of kmdness earbook 4 Jumor Red Cross 3 Bowling Club 3 4 Future Teachers of Amernca 3 Pres 4 Suffolk Zone Future Educator 4 Muxed Chorus 3 4 A Cop pella Chonr 4 Wifi, L-.N QR CATHERINE PORTEOUS Hope keeps the heart whole Jumor Red Cross 'l Chemnstry Club 3 Future Nurses of America 3 4 Muxed C orus l 3 JOHN REESE Humor IS the harmony of the heart Biology Club 2 Raduo Club 4 31-wg wig, A N 5 su gi apmny I 6 A . 1 1 1 . L ' N X tfsxt 5 2 I p ' ,kv :YN 'x . H -Ti . . . - 3' 'dl CI ' 5 . . . . , 4, , . . 1 I 1 I I' 7 I ll l.0 D ' 5 ' 45 ' 7 ' 7 ' , - 2 , h , . I I 3, 45 ask , , 5 ll 4. . 'I 1 af eff? s-Z em QQ IQ 'x ' ' ' III. . ' Y 5 ' , 4, " ' PI - I 'F I , , 3, I5 lley- D I ball , 45 Base l, 2, 3, 4. . l - 7. l "WY .5 , I-I rg I 3' 'W 0 W ,. ,,f. 5 , gw'1A!2i..eUl3'f,' I Q , ,il "7t'A't3':.l 'lr ' 1 '.'.t.' - I 'T' If 'I 35 9 ndsQ ff'- sLs..4b JOHN RIFENBERY mirth and fun grow fast and furlous ARTHUR RIZZINO lt s great to be ahve' WILLIAM RUFFIN Your good looks are your good luck charm o tball l MW GRETCHEN SCHEER We are born to be happy all of us Mixed Chorus 1 Basketball 4 Softball 1' f' 'FR' NWN Qiinvv' ifi' rl' .. JACK ROGERS For knowledge too IS Itself a power Yearbook 4 Future Teachers of Amernca l 2 VP 3 4 Student Health Orgamza n 2 4 Traffic Squ d 3 Cap Bowling Club C pt 3 4 Chess b 2 Gymnastlcs Club 3 4 Biology Club 2 Golf Club 4 Smlnar 3 4 Fund Ralslng Spr F mal 3 at ccerl 2 3 4 Basketball Mgr 3 " QV HELEN SANDBERG A gracious smile I5 born of a happy heart Yearbook 4 Dramallcs Club l 2 Jumor Red Cross 4 Debate Club 2 4 Bnology u 2 at 4 Mixed Chorus Volleyball 2 f1"'3" 'G' ', , Q X1 .. sw ' y 21 2 af 4- - A r ,I I .. A I I . ll n n Il .n 1 , . . l 7 l ' , F o I 2' rio , 3, , ' U , o. 4, , H ' a . , 7 Clu 2, 3, 47 lng Ol' I :lFlO 2, 3, 47 So , , , 2 . , 4. 1 f it fl fi? J 'ia " - - M422 ,w egg CX L 1 L' L AA f QR 4. I L L: , I :I ' CI b 5 Flo 2, 5 ' 3: ls 3 I - f f 'll L 'W ft!! DOROTHY SCHEIBE "Good humor and generosity carry the day with the popular heart all the world over." Yearbook 4- Dramatics Club 4' Junior Re Cross 4 Debate Club 3 Future Nurses of America 3 4 Golf Club 4 at 2 4 mbly Pl nnmg 4 Hockey l 2 3 o eyball l 2 Bas e all dst BARBARA SCHILUNGER Where beauty is there will be love Yearbook Underclass E d i t o G O 4 Dromahcs Club 4 Junior Red Cross 4 Future Nurses of Amenco 4 Biology u 2 Golf ub F o 4 u Scheduling 4 Assembly Planning 4 Fund Raising 2 3 4 Spring Formal 3 Mascol 4 Hockey l 2 3 4 Volleyball Q 3 2 ss V,,. FLORENCE SCHOENFELD "While others gay and giddy are, Far brighter gleams this quiet star. xed Chorus 2 3 4 ball Tennis 4 Golf Club 4 Wwe? JOSEPH SHEFLIN IC s logic Thats all I s Yearbook 4 Debate Club 4 Seminar F at l 2 4 Fund Raising 4 Sac r Track 3 4 1 7- 3 H 7 ROSE SEMEVOLOS kind and gentle heart she has to help friends and foes CHARLES SCHOUW ounce of mirth as worth a pound of sorrow Biology Club 2 Bowling Club 3 4 Golf 4 Clu 4 Rod and Gun Club 4 Band I Q". 7 'wr 'Q--f ,Nt 6 sv? 145' 3 7 d , 7 il "A ' ' I I I Ml , , 7 Scfl l, 47 - ..- Ho , 3, 4, Fund Raising 3, , As- ' 1 - Se 0 ' 7 . 7 7 4: V II , , 3, 4, k than 1, 2, 3, 47 sonb 1, 2, 3, 4. -.UW it , ..., ., , I 92 JU: 'rel Qi , 2 M hifi j , 7 . ri I I I ..An . . ' 7 ' ' ' 5 ..Log- i ., . avr. l . ." Cl b 7 Cl 47 lo tl 7 Cl b 7 7 ' 7 b 7 7 - ' 7 ' 7 Io , , 7 ' ' 7 ce 47 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 'l, I2, 4. ' ' H A 2 .I ksux Sai. A , A it , , 'if 3 L- . ' f 1' A 'F ltr 5:31 H' J ,ftg fsfsfi, .' f 77 A I ,r.,x'-,s- 5,3 ,::. ,vli-rx ,T-:L,H:k::l, -4 ng" 'V Q . - A 7 ' Q, ef Hu' N A , 2 17:14. :ff-V V? ' A 'i ' I ,Sli-. A 4 , VG KURT SMITH Devul may care' CARL SPONG The hugh and mlghty mnght fall but not me wlnng Club 2 3 4 o Clu Tennls Club 4 QWS n 4 MARION SMITH Her trademark IS laughter an merrlment Yearbook 4 Dramatucs Club l 4 Debate Club 3 4 The Last Word 4 Biology Club 2 Float 4 Hockeyl 4 Volleyballl 4 Basketball 4 Softball l ROBERT SPONG l cannot choose but sportsmanship Yearbook 4 GO 2 3 Semmar 4 Fund R nsmg 3 4 Mascot 2 Track 2 ot l e xi-W 'Wh- - -ig '1?K'U'O ANNE SMITH A modest charming maid IS she As mce a gurl as she can Yearbook 4 GO l Tuger lnklnngs 4 leaders Club 3 4 Bvology Club .Iunuor Red Cross 2 Semmar 4 Future Teachers of Ameruca 4 Debate Club 2 Dramatucs Club 4 Fund Rausmg 3 4 eyball 1 2 3 mst: l I THOMAS SIPALA What ere he dad was done with so much ease nn hum alone twas natural Yearbook 4 Future Teachers of Amernca 4 Bowlmg Club 4 Mixed Chorus 4 A Cappella Chonr 4 All State Sectional Choir 4 eff as ' ff Qu , af 'R , .x J I it I, . Q , a , A r , V , V lg ' Xe K i - 4 ,,fi?lffff'.-,, ll 3 .eijef 1 ' ai ' .. . . . -Hx . . btw H - .. d 1 - - 2 ' ' 3. U , H ' : , 1 ' 2: I 7 , ' l, ' F von , . 4. ' I M A Bois V 3 0 ' ' ' - A ' I yi.. r rr-A'-A "F,-2. -'i,Q,..-- !.,,,,,-I- ,e:,,,Ll-:..,- Bo ' ' 7 G lf b 47 . U I to please." l 0' ' , l : , I z : F0 - , ' ball , 2, 3, 47 Baxk tball l, 2, 3, 4. 7 ' 5 ' 5 In ' ' ig - -F :Q ' ' 'L x X x ' , A Q 4 , x f N 'Q f 'V t .O ig , . A 1 A . " ' l 1 A4 , ' -. U Q AQ UQ ' M ' , 1 , K ' 4 . O ' W! Y ..-15, ve.:- CA ROLYN SPOSATO "To be content is her natural desire." Yearbook 45 Dramatics Club lg Float 3, 45 Constitution Revision ly Assembly Planning 35 Mixed Chorus l, 35 A Cap- pella Choir l5 All-State Sectional Choir 3. fr iw ,Qs . .7 ,w-A ' JAMES STEINER 'He's not the chip off the old block, but the block ltself." Dramatics Club 45 Traffic Squad 45 Float 45 Fund Raising 45 Football Chorus 45 Soccer lp Baseball 3, 45 Football 4. rr 'l un llgigll GREGORY STONE A cheerful temper lolned with youth WALTER SOUTHARD will make wut good natured Yearbook 4 Dramotics Club l 2 3 Club 3 Fund Raisin Mixed Chorus l A Cappella Cho nd l 41 J n tim X326 N l -l Wherever he wherever he goes laughter and mernment follow him Mixed Chorus 2 A Cappella Choir 2 fn? "'9' an--r K i 3 5. ., iil XJ PERCY TATEM "May your fortune be more than in your dreams." Yearbook 45 Biology Club 25 Band l, 2 3, Manager 45 Football 2, 3. TYRRELL TEMPLETON Laughing at life' i 35 'sniff TL L lm if qi l l ' Fl 1 O L f f - - lr, .. is' I ,, . . l., 1 ' . , , 4: I Goff ,4, " g 3,45 ' 5 ' . ' 5 ir l 5 Ba , 2, 45 Basketball I, 2, 3. fi Q. ' 3 ' Q ll? fl , 5 f' 5. -A1 N ' if , :f,',:r a f5as,g':1 39 'L .,s 4-,avi BARBARA THOMAS Happmess I5 the legal tender HAROLD TEPPER her Sw' A decent boldness ever meets wlth CONSTANCE TOMARAS Tls not my talent to conceal my thoughts Yearbook 4 Tuger lnklungs 4 Dramatncs Club 3 4 Bowlrng Club 3 Debate Club friends Bowlung Club 4 St Catherune Academy ushmg Hugh School l 2 LINDA TYARKS cheerful smxle can many a care Bnology Club 2 ll'-'mlsh DIANE UNDERHILL Calmness and peace are what I seek Yearbook 4 Float 4 Bowlmg Club 3 e at 4 Volleyball 4 Bask S ball 2 3 in..-2' an-1 tball 3 4 The Last Word Busmess Edutor 4 Float 3 4 New York Times Cnrculatuon Manager 4 Fund Raasung 3 4 Cheer lea mg 2 3 JEANETTE TRIOLO Where ere she IS It doesnt matter Its laughter talk fun and chatter' Yearbook 4 Tnger Inklangs 3 4 Drama Club l 4 Jumor Red Cr ss 4 he last Word 4 Chemlstry Club 3 Future Nurses of Ameruca 4 Bsology Club 2 l 3 4 Sprmg Forma 3 Fu Rausmg 3 Assembly Plannmg 4 Mnxed Chorus l Basketball 4 Softball 4 lx 4 R Q' u 40 M . if . x f fa r I W . 2 --' X ' .J -"l ' D ll ' I . 'I l l 'H l, 2. I l Future Nurses of Arherica 3, Treas. 42 FI ' ' , , 3. f 1 U ' ' ' d. I 1' , , fic 3 7 ye -Fl- , : I ft X f 1-A - - l ' l . l A tics ,I 5 ' 'ol 5 T ' C P ' P I I 7 I l F . I I oft , . Float , 2, , 1 ' l 5 nd .Q AF Rx Q' 4 is l DONALD VITTERS "Energy and persistence conquer all things. Yearbook Sports Editor- Class Treasurer 4- Tiger lnklings 3 Sports Editor 4 Bowl ing Club 2 3 Capt 4 Photography Club 4 Lzolf Club 4 Seminar 3 4 Personal nduct 2 3 un ansnn ring Formal 3 Float 2 4 Soccer Ba all To --.-S' -, ia, ,' if 3 ' gy, fgwl, , ' -fs wg Q. X DIANE VAUGHN Neither boisterous nor bold But worth her weight in gold. ""'J 2 E' RUTH VEIT She has a wise and understanding heart a smile and a helping hand for everyone Yearbook Associate Editor Class Secre 2 le n i Business Manager 4 National Honor clety 3 S c 4 Tra fic Squad 3 Chemistry Club 4 Leaders Club 3 4 Suffolk County Scholastic Press Assoc as 4 Float 1 2 3 4 Spring Form 3 Activity Awards 3 4 Fund Raising 4 Semn 3 4 Les Beaux rs 2 3 4 Assembly Planning 3 4 Foreign Relations Forum 3 4 Mixed Chorus 1 ckey l 2 3 Volleyb ll asketball l 2 o a Tennis 3 PAUL VICHROSKI Success remember is the reward JUSTINE WARHOLIK JAMES WALLACE 0 0'l To love and be loved this IS happiness Hls laughter charmed us all Yearbook 4 Blology Club 2 Co ,,4,FdR"g3,4, ' SP' 1 , : l, ' ' : ' 2, 3, 4: Slielb l, 3- tary , 37 G.O. 27 T'g r I kl'ngs I, 3, So ' , e . 7 f ' , 47 Tre . 7 , , , 7 ' al U 'UN 4 2 . , 7 lg '22 lc'f Q C-Z, 2, 3, 7 I or , 7- At ,,, ' Ho , , 7 a 1, 2, 3, 47 U - , - K B l , , 4, s ftb II 1, 2, 4, f i Yearbook 47 Junior Red Cross 47 Bowling Club 42 FUl"d R0l5ln9 4: Foot- Cheerleading 27 Hockey I, 2, 3, 47 ball 3, 47 St. Dominic's High School 'l. Volleyball I, 2, 3, 47 Basketball l, 47 Soft , 2. fs L T , l Ll 4 , 7 YJ 5 I , , .- ff lg bfi - -4 - , 1' "Eli"-It, ' -l ' l FJ. 'gg -v'A5'T" Ili, Ailgfizi-.5'El' , ' .:3.f,-.1 ' f 7. ,f4,'1ef,'-PP? ' ex, . g ,-' 7 2 L .'. ,-:ff '- ,-' ,-fir : 7 .-11,7 .. ball 1 Nl 9'-fx 5 'HB 'P I af!! 4l in 'Ui IL- u:--- CAROL WILLIAMSON Her kundness courage and ombmon wull make her a success Yearbook Manager GO 4 Tuger Ink lungs 3 Ar! Edulor 4 Nahonal Honor Socuely 3 VP 4 Class Secrelary 4 leaders Club Secrelary 3 4 Troffuc S uad 3 4 Golf Club 4 Float I 2 3 4 Assembly Planmng 4 Sprung Formal rm 3 nd :sung 2 4 Em ur Leaders Club Secrelary 3 4 Traffuc Squad u s 4 Class Secrelar Gurl s Slale 3 Semunar 3 4 Les Beaux s Pes 2 4 Slrung Ensem Malh Semunar 4 Hockey 3 4 Volley I 2 3 4 Basketba 2 3 Sofl LILLIAN WHITE Guve us courage gauely and e quuel mund Yearbook 4 is xx 'S LYNTON WELLS IIs no sun Io gaze at a beauhful gurl' Yearbook Ar! Eduuor Road Knughls 4 B nd l 2 Track 3 IK? PHll.LlP WICKS A poor Iufe Ihus uf full of care We have no hme for pleasures rare 'WGN i""'oo- K ROBERT WENZ u of trucks and muschuef us he Bowlung Club 2 3 4 Buology Club nd Gun Club 4 Sorcer I 2 Lg, H NELSON WINQUIST Thus goung Oo school us a wretched bore Yearbook 4 Tuger lnklungs 4 Dramahcs Hugh School I 2 X x . Q X M . 5 ill L , il I X I UF H . - - - 3. .. . . . . G.. ' , , , ' 2 Rod a 5 , , 3 . I I H .. G I 5 I. z fl , 1 I 2 I ,I . . : Ch 1 Fu Ra' ' I , 3, p'e I A .JG iam' 'L I 7 25, 'L 0571 'K " rug' 3, v.P. ,l y 4, ' 5 -I ,Zi LN' Ar! r , ,,3, 7 'I I ble lg ' z , : - A bull , , ,, II ,, ball - H--- ----- ---- -- - - " 2, 3, 4. uu - I - ' 'h . I b ., ak., l X' si' Lf A ix M ,Q , ' , ' .. A A- sr I 'R' 14 I 1 CX HZ? X , ' gf X1 . I ll I I 42 i it PAULA WITTE Her wn can scaher sunbeams o o runny day Yeorbook 4 The Los! Word Typmg Ed: 4 Dromuhcs Clubl 2 4 ot Sprung Formal 3 F nd Ronsung 2 4 Semlnor 4 Mnxed Chorus 4 A Cap pello Chonr 4 Troffnc Squad 4 Cheer Ieodmg 2 Hockey I ,rx U W LINDA WOLF Her red hair reflects the fire ln her hear! Drcmahcs Club I Mixed Chorus 3 4 I' 9 x X-S X ,Q 'S as ' Kg! Q x L x S 1 1' 3' X J in , ,,gFl-1,141 lf' ' , U ,3, 1221 : ' I 1 ' h 2 - 1!.f:f'fff'? I Q - if fi 1? 44 36. ffl ff 4 IUIIIIU 7 714' 2 L If i v 'fi-33115 of f 1 ' "'5"' '-C-"-"""'H"""""----4"""'A :g"f5 :Sf 1 V5 4 .lu XIX? iw li NY .. . .H . . 1 Ywvyrx. Ji I H ' f ' ' ' F if :W ri 'ut 'X , C 4 ol- grim il X 'XMI gm w NN 'hurl' ll! WI 5' V'-"YV N I MAL el 5 ,C 1 CLASS HISTORY SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Left Io right Joyce Ahlers Roger Duftett Brad Hubert Ruth Vent JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to right Ruth Vert Gene Fora baugh George laurne Duck DeAngells Vx 'ini' The Class of T958 got off to a rouslng start as freshmen Although no officers were elected we had a spectacular float Anthony and Cleopatra which won second prize Other than that everyone had a good tame and accomplished nothnng By the time we were sophomores we all knew each other so we elected officers Jovlal Bradley Hubert became our President ably assssted by Vnce President Roger Duffett Secretary Ruth Vent and Trea surer Joyce Ahlers The furst bug event of the year was Halloween and with our Medic float we once agasn won second prize Then wanting to llven up the school we sponsored the enormously successful and popular Sock Hop Sunce we were a far snghted group we saw the need to get some money and toward the end of the year class dues were collected In the GO electrons for the year 56 57 our own Karen Lund and Nlck Prugge were elected flrst and second Vlce Presidents respectuvely We started off the rumor year with a bang elect Ing George Laune Gene Farabaugh Ruth Vent and collected rrght from the start and by the tame Hallo we en rolled around the class was all set with a float Although our Showboat was a seeworthy craft the parade was called off because of ram Undaunted by this setback we sponsored the Junior Jump whuch was as popular as the Sock Hop Besldes our dues we made money wuth cake sales whlch wore out toward the end of the year Then we started thunk about our bug nnual sh th Jun: r Spaghetti Dlnner After much preparatlon and plan ning we held ut IU May All those who attended en loyed It nmmensely In thus year s G O elections Gene Farabaugh was voted fn as President and Karen Lund as Secretary Our class had among other thtngs two re resentatlves t Empnre State namely Carol Wnlluamson and Duck DeAngells At the end of the year Carol Wsllxamson Ruth Vent Jean Ann Loggla Karen Lund George Laurie and Gene Farabaugh achueved the honor of being elected to the National Honor Soctety - I I. I. - I I I - I I I . I . pw we xv, .fr - .swf II s. I I . Mg . D ,V 3 f It I U . . 3 I - .I . I. K 7 g I I 1 1 - t V 1 . . . . W fi c ' I Q ' - 5 . I 1 I .I .I . . 1 . 3 I I I I - - I mrs . 1 ' y I . . . y I . I - : l Dick DeAngelis to be our officers. Class dues were I I . n . I - ' , . .I .I I. .I I I I I I ing ' a I n dig, e " 'O I :U -' , . I . . ' A , ' , I ' , . , . . . . I . . . . , sau fffasv I f 1. ,pe . ,, ,,,, -,,--Y ' X ' I I I . W :TL K I p . O . I Q , l . . . . I I, .v . M5221 X 1-my 1 ,.:.,,-' :R -V- V , ., -,.,.,g.,Q-,.- ,F--Q .- " .1:,:"" , 1 N. 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Y, , rf: in Rf' V .553 A: J Af S, R - ,Q ,M e 6 gi' I :':l,5,i 6 .rr ,QQQTQ W, , A gf 1 ix V ,, ' X Q 41 ,- E XJ Yiast wall anh Testament We the graduatmg class of 1958 belng of sound mmd and body do here by bequeath the followlng to our underclass and faculty un hopes that they wall ln the future remember us the Class of 1958 To the lunlor class we leave the hope for sensor pruvnleges To the sophomores we leave hope for a successful spaghettn dlnner We leave hardly ever havung seen the freshman class Karen Lund passes on her fabulous smlle to the underclass beautues Steve Blydenburgh and Greg Stone glve their drums to the natnves nn the shops Brad Hubert leaves algebra to the relnef of Mr Latmo Jean Ann Loggua bequeaths some of her pep to next years cheerleaders Justme Warhollk leaves to get marrued Jeanette Tnolo and Denms Loebs wlll thear nonsy habnts to Dorothy Tacke and Steve Haff Conme Tomaras passes on her book dropping to Ball Smnth who never uses them Fred and Roger Jakobs entrust theur udentuty to anyone wnllmg to try to tell them apart Jummy Steiner doesn l leave he s stull on has traffuc squad post nn front of the office Marlon Smuth passes on her Mau Mau act to the Dramatucs Club Harry Hodum hands over hls women to Jlmmy Farabaugh Jane Maloney leaves her ablllty to have fun to Elame Wulforst Nnck Prugge Bull Ruffm and Duck Prnmosch wall thelr look of the typucal Amerncan youth to anyone vam enough to thunk he deserves lt Bob Spong and Marilyn Corneluus wnll theur elevator shoes to Mnke Ferrnso and Jane Brssell Bob Klumpe leaves for the Rvvnera Paula Wntte and Mlppl Hermann entrust theur date books to the freshmen gurls Paul Broer and Steve Larsen gave theur chess match to Mr Andersen to fngure out Ruth Vent passes on her ablluty to do everythmg at once to the Busnest Bee of the Jumor Class John Helst goes to Hollywood to play Tarzan after practncnng four years on the flylng rmgs John Hanham Jack Rogers Don Vntters and Roger Duffett wlll their knckmg shoes to Mr Cone and Mr Lynch an hopes that they wnll boot home a champuon ship soccer team next all Carol Del Gauduce grves her lersey slacks to Judy Mom bourquette Gene Lynch walls hrs Dapper Dan look to Clarence Gosman Gene Farabaugh and Bull Leek are followed by theur harem as they leave f I 1 I ' 1 1 1 3 I . . , . . , . . . . 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H . . ,, - 1 1 - - 11 11 Barbara Gagne and Inge Koch file thear stenography books an Mass Salver man s wastebasket Bob McBrade declares has fire engane to the car desagners of tomorrow Gloraa Klare Marae Orlovsky and Barbara Daaa wall thear quaet ways to Mallae Anspacher Tana Knust and Doras Haufman Platt Penney Frank Guado and Charlae Hart bequeath thear papes carbs and valves to the aunk man Charlae Faeld John Reese and Carl Spong leave Nack s by the back door lYou d never know at would you'9l Vannae Guado gaves has darty bucks to Pollock Perkowska Ball Baan and Charlae Peterson taptoe salently off the campus Jam Lavery leaves the dark room a alone Debbae Faarman Ruth Hamme Kathy Lucas and Daana Underhall present thear hockey stacks to the mace an the equapment room Henry Endee leaves as a mallaonaare wath has poster praze money Landa Faath gaves her lattle Metropolatan to bag Coach Ryder Ellen Hackey gratefully donates her abalaty to get anto embarassang satuataons to some poor soul George Laurae and Bob Bergold hand over thear female admarers to Ed Matson and Bob Rotella Dack DeAngelas leaves has rock n oll beat to hep cat Masucca Nancy Malkmus entrusts her colorful blush to Ganny Matson Kathy Lockwood cuts off her red haar for Mr Latano so hell look dafferent Pat Cavanagh walls her pot to next year s hot dog makers at the football games Ball Anderson presents has golf clubs to Mr Lavangstone from one hacker to another Artae Cooper leaves, finally Donna Farrell as sellang moldy spaghetta noodles to the sophomores Daane Jones offers her shake rattle and roll to Babs Gesko Sue Readt and Lynton Wells leave Mrs Alton to future Rembrandts of Northport Sylvaa Cross Alace Deagel, and Carolyn Sposato are the only ones who leave calm cool and collected Pat Johnson Joyce Ahlers and Carol Wallaamson gave thear Black Magac secrets to Gaal Cronan Barbara Dodd and Lucaa Brunn Queen Nancy Lou Morrell leaves wath her attendants the football team Roban Buchanan donates her sagnature to the Audubon Socaety The Zorches dont leave they re too pooped to pop after thear court ravalry wath the Faculty team Massae Chessman, Dorothy Scheabe and Barbara Schallanger leave Mr Hunt agaanst thear wall Judy Glenn bequeaths her pacano to Jerry Lee Lewas who needs a new one by now The B P A and the M J A wall thear abalaty for havang fun to the party poopers of the under classmen All those who have not left anythang leave thear abalaty to avoad publacaty to Jayne Mansfield and Maralyn Monroe who really need at We the Senaors of 1958, leave to the sadness of the faculty and admanastrataon who wall mass us as we wall mass them In watness thereof, we have hereunto subscrabed our names PAULA WITTE KAREN LUND . . a - - aa - aa ' ' 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 . . ,, . ,, . . . 1 1 ' I ll ' V!! Y ' 1 - 1 . .... . ,, ,, . . . ' 1 1 1 . . . . . ,,. ,, . at - aa . . . . ,, , , , Y il Ll Y! ' ' . . , . . . , - - as aa 1 . . . . aa va . , . ' ll IY . , . 1 1 . . . . ,a ' 1 1 - aa . . . 1 1 ' , . F ' ll YI I I I6 ' 1 aa - . . ,, ,, . . 1 . . , . . . . . . .. . ,, ,, . . 5 . .. . . . , . 1 1 , . Touchdown! l JBA CAMPUS JN f A - QL --:Q Q-ggq 7' Qi W' 'Y' Q-:Nw 7 Mr. Robert O'Hara "Where fh-ere's o will, 1here's a way." "I hope you all can sing." Tex and the boys. 5. 1 A if The Scholarly Group SHCDTS Morincsa k, our newesl Foofball Coach blushes wilh Fooibcll Queen. Somebody figure this ou!! 5 , 1 he 4.991 M5 , 'xi' :Afzf.f,4': I. ,Vg , , gl?" 3 ' X131 1 '7 , Whcf's ihis noise? if .Q ,-va, gg "Ai fhe Sh-hop.' m :tl 4 In memory of fhe Class of '37, no 4 Don'f sweat if, gang! N E 'RU X Freshmen dramafisls expressing 'heir thanks to Mrs. Riddle. "Hey, what's the story here?" Ace is high, deuce is low. C'mon team, let's go! S... V3-A . G ....,,,.....-qi That's gonna be a building? How about those faculty por- Q . I traits? P Miss Word casting for A'Our Town". 'Zvi , 'Q - Class Prophecy Hurry up and don t be late We re remrnrscrng the day rn 58 When we left good ole N H S And our plans for the future were a mrxed up mess Now let s pause and see what we ve done Wrth twenty years of hard work and fun The Class of 58 rs havrng rts reunron party at Ruth Vents home Thus wrll put her rn top contentron wrth Pearl Mesta as the Hostess wrth the Mostest The first to arrrve rs the world famous engrneer George Laurre who has completed the first brrdge across the Atlantrc Ocean to connect the Unrted States and Europe Hes accompanred by hrs prrvate nurse Barbara Schrllmger Followrng them Mr and Mrs Wrllram Prrgge arrrve she bemg the former Krrsten Olsen Nrck we know hrm rs the ambassador to the Srberran slave labor camps Celebrrtres from the sports world swarm rn Bob Duh Spong Lrttle Rrchard DeAngelrs Brll Wrld Man Leek Chuck Freld and Roger The Mad Bomber Duffett represent the famous Moontrotters They have rust returned from a tour of Pluto The obgect was to rmprove mter planetary relatrons Bug Jrm Sterner star bench warmer for the Caprstrano Mooses rs accompanied by hrs wrfe the former Lrnda Faath voted one of the Ten Best Dressed Women of the World Dorothy Scherbe and Kash Lucas were rust elected co captarns of the women s lar lar team la Spanrsh game rdrotsll Sue Rerdt the Grandma Moses of Outer Space who has become famous for her landscapes of earth satellites arrives complete wrth parnt and brush Greg Stone rs our entertamment tonight He recently returned from Afrrca where he toured wrth hrs all grrl k r ll band Bubble dancer Mrssre Chessman gave clod harrcuts along the way As we roam around we prck up brts of gossrp Nurses Donna Farrell and Carolyn Ekenstrerna are drs cussmg Bob Bergold s krdney and Jane Maloneys ne book The Power of Posrtrve Smokrng Carol De Gurdrce s best seller How to Flrrt rn Frve Easy Lessons rs belng drscussed by book revrewers Paul Broer an Carl Spong Srttmg wrth them rs Steven Larsen renowned vocabulary expert who has rust completed revrsrng Webster s Drctronary Gossrpers are strll puzzlmg ove how Barbara Lehman and Joyce Ahlers made a fortun wrth therr patented Smoker s Cough Drops Makrng a spectacular entrance rs our own rnter natronal playboy Vrnnre Pat Boone Gurdo followed by hrs harem Mrppr Hermann Nancy Lou Morrell Karen Lund and Paula Wrtte who rust returned from modellmg frult boots and stockrng hats rn Iran Among the guest headlrners rs Debbre Farrman who grew her harr rnto a pageboy The famous Gen Farabaugh also made headlmes by wreckmg hrs ca so he could collect the rnsurance He rs followed by Jean Ann Loggra and Jeanette Trrolo who made a mrl Iron manufacturrng ltalran pumps and organs Also arrrvrng rs Judy Glenn who has teamed up wrth Jerry Lee Lewrs on the pump prano Therr new recordrng IS Ruth Hrmmes Nobody Loves Me June Phrlp has made herself known by bemg the first woman to appear on the Met stage rn a clown sunt Albert E Zorch arrrves wrth hrs wrfe Carol Wal lramson and Brll Anderson head of the Zorch Fa Club Late arrrvers grave drgger Carol Freudenberg an mortrcran Bob McBride who made therr partnershr permanent are followed by Dennrs Loebs who rust bea Mrckey Haggarty rn the Mr Solar System Contest But thrs has only been twenty years If we can endure the lays and tears We ll look agarn rn twenty more And remember what lrfe has held rn store But no matter how much trme may go by We ll neve forget old Northport Hrg . , . . . . r . r , . . . . . , . , . , . . . . ,, . . . ,, . , . . H , ,, . . , ,, . . . , - 1 1 . . - . ., ' 1 . 1 , . . . rr 1 - - n - - - I . - , . . s - e n ' ' il I ll , . , US - 1 ' - - ls u - u I I . 1 1 1 ll ll ll ' ' il ' ' ll ' ' T 1 1 ' ' ,I . H - nr - u - - 1 1 ' H . . . . . 1 . . - - rr rr . 1 ' 1 ' I ' - H . . . H , , . . . . n I - 1 nn- - 'lv ' ' ' ' ' u v u ' I il il ' , . . - 1 1 1 - ' ' , 1 1 . . . ' - . 1 ' sr 1 v ur - - ' ' ' ' ' - l'OC n 0 . - I I ll YI ' . ' , 1 1 I I . . I 1 1 . . 1 1 . r h! ily 4 MIS ront Row le to right P Mohr P Leverton G Poynter J Mclmskey Miss Conte D Murphy C Levy S Normoyle G Newark Second Row R Bohlen J Mombourquette L Lawson S Olsen M Lewis J La Voe E OConnor B Merkle C Gosman C McMo OVEN port W Schlichting S Thrde L Ander son G Me T MR. BLUMENTHAL'S HOMEROOM-Front Row If , et to right: B. Endres, C. Fisher, E. Gesko, J. Forrest, Mr. Blumenthal, D. Besterman, J. Fanara, S. Glancy, L. Engle- mark. Sec cl - on Row. E. Mueller W. Smith 4 G. Green, H. Gitsas, H. Drews, R, De I Carlo, T. Templeton. Third Row: E. Liotta, T. lafrate J C t ll ' , . os e o, F. Napoli, J. Larkin, R, Hedges, R. Fairs. Class of l959 The Class of T959 adroatly designed t 1 s rumor year with an eye toward sensor hood Proudly wearing their school rings they w t th en out to meet the obligations at faced them First was the electron of worthy otticers that would lead them to their goal With President Pete Ruger, Vice President Ball Smith Secretary Barbara Endres, and Treasurer Carol Fisher, the rumors set out to enrich theur treasury Their Spaghettn Dmner, dances, talent show and the selling of the HERALD TRIBUNE helped enormously With a ttnger in everythmg, rumors turned out for clubs sports, and student government They clouned two G 0 omcers, First Vnce President John Ettmger and Second Vace President Bob Williams Gal n Williams was elected editor of the TlGER INKLINGS With continued determmotnon and under the dlrectnon of able leaders, the Class of l959 will hold its rank with Northport s finest S CONTES HOMEROOM F rrow Third Row J Kasnnc J D yer Remaley s... ' I ' 4 , , . . . . .z, tin X is X , .K x x . . . Q! A V' T I I. :. ,. ,. ,. , ,. ,. ,. ,. . I :. ,. , ,- ,. .. , . . ,. ,. - xxx 11 gli v X li l L MR. LATlNO'S HOMEROOM-Front Row, left to right: D. Carleton, J. Timmons, J Bissell, L. Booth, Mr. Latino, L. Brunn, D Broiden, L. Bohr, S. de Jongh. Second Row J. Bauser, M. Anspacher, B. Alfcsi, M O'Sullivan. Third Row: W. Smith, H Muller, J. McKowen, R. Lewis, B. Benson M. Baker, J. Ruffin, R. Haller, R. Tillman J. Hanharn. g . .15 t MR. CONZONE'S HOMEROOM-Front Row, left to right: C. Brush, N. Harrison, J. Madden, M. Raleigh, Mr. Conzone, B. Schulze, B. Ryan, D. Drankwalter, P. Schroeder. Second Row: R. Sullivan, C. Kaliski, G. Gardiner, J. Gilbody, M. Kowal, E. Michalowski, D. Michales, G. Cronin, P. Nese, H. Stringer. Third Row. J. Ralice, H. Finly, S. Hoff, B. Cannon, N. Marr, R. Dell, P. Ruger, K. Clapp. . . 9 . 4' ,. l -"T if F MR. NOVAK'S HOMEROOM-Front Row, left to right: B. Tacke, P. Schaefer, B. Reinke, P. Swanstrom, Mr. Novak, J. Posey, C. Sweeney, J. Yaraschek, R. Stilwell. Second Row: W. Kozinsky, C. Smith, J. Slifka, C. Porciello, K. Plubell, E. Libert, P. Rocco, M. Pavarino, L. La Voe, C. Olson. Third Row: S. Wolfram, S. Bernhard, A. Scannapieco, P. Lynch, J. Purvis, R. Chris- tiansen, T. Lopes. MRS. RlCE'S HOMEROOM-Front Row, left to right: A. La Duca, M. King, N. Kemble, B. Hinck, Mrs. Rice, K. Kelsey, P. Jacobs, T. Knust, M, Honousek. Second Row: B. Hansen, G. Gruner, L. Herrmann, A. Harvey, l. Cooper. Third Row. W. Klare, S. Robertson, J. Wagner, W. New- ton, J Slifka, T. D'Ambrosio, P. Panarites, B. McDevitt, J. Eettinger, R. Ott. .-, A S, 1 l 3 i-,Rs MISS WARD'S HOMEROOM-Front Row, left to right: J. Wright, S. Bohman, G. Wood, G. Williams, Miss Ward, J. Trainer, J. Tunstall, C. Woiczechowski, C. Watson. Second Row: R. Taphouse, N. Zarras, S. Zarros. Third Row: S. Jones, R. Williams, T. Cavonagh, C. Triolo, V. Kimmelmon, O. Smllhf D- Cfelly, K. Gussion, F. Ostuni, B. Brown, R. Reinecke, A. Stratton. MISS ROBERTSON'S HOMEROOM-Front Row, left to right: D. Clerke, R. Downs, J. Cinquemani, E. Devine, Miss Robertson, C. Dale, K. Masucci, G. Clark, J. Daniels. Second Row: C. Henning, L. Donarummo, B. Dodd, P. Doll, E. Dobenecker, J. Dillen- schneider, M. Donnelly. Third Row: L. Spong, G. Glogg, R. Sweezy, T. Tucker, B. Macartney, R. Hanulec, E. McDonald, M. Wolfe, R. Wood, R. Dassler, C. Ostuni. X 6 -of fs . , 'ff .f- -ir . ,wif f MR ANDERSENS HOMEROOM Front Row left lo right R Bllskl F Anderson fad' 1 ' va 'ff M Bolk P Darch Mr Andersen M Dona rummo D Brown J Brunner P Caruso Second Row D Aguls S Bell Third Row D Duerwald G Staehlln A Thlde G Adams B Sauer S Marx Magnuson R Egor D Egan H Egor B Fralangelo W Cannon Class of l96O f l960 was lo elect capable ofhcers Those chosen to lead the sophomores mcluded Robert Joyce who was voted Pres: ll d Treasurer d t Joan Palsky elected Vnce Pressdent Secretary Susan Ke y an en Chnslopher Ruiz After the elechons, commotlees were orgamzed to plan the forth commg class prolects The first of these was the collechon of class dues This, toget d l for than future tlnancral responslblllhes Through drlugent planmng the sophomores proved thenr resourcefulnoss and nmhalwe, qualms: which wall make thus group stand out above the rest There IS no doubt un our mmds that the Class of l960 wnll be one of the llnest ever to come out of Northport Hugh School The hrst and mann oblectnve of the Class o her wuth the very successful bake sale provrded a foun a lon R BARKERS HOMEROOM Front Row to ight K Smedley E Lonulu mu M ar er Roblc eau weedy S. Stringer B. Wallack. Second : J. owski E. e'n . Ru . ahler K. Clerke M. Jenkins E. Waldun Carden l.. Marr C. Schaus W. Byers. . Wi barg R. Haslerlik J. D rch . MR. BURGESS' HOMEROOM-Front Row, left to right: C. Stodola, M. Schott, B Laburda, C. Schulam, Mr. Burgess, D. Rob bins, R. Scutari, L. Spampinato, L. Schnier Second Row: L. Sagsveen, M. Smith, A. Sherman. Third Row: A. Zockofl, B. Che shire, E. Dickson, J. Swertner, J. Campbell K. Piddington, F. Rosenberg, G. Berke, P Koenig, J. Farabaugh. XX m X MISS GANGE'S HOMEROOM-Front Row, left to right: V. Leach, L. Drost, J. Lustig, P. Martin, Miss Gange, A. Langton, J Mannion, D. Mackey, N. Meehan. Second Row: J. Kessel, R. Manderville, B. Morrell, J. Mazeau, V. Mattson, P. Murison, T. Conklin, Third Row: W. De Carlo, G. Sill- man, R. Hogan, F. De George, W. Bruu, J. Jones, G. Farrell, T. Roesch, R. Bissell, K. Morrell. MR. CORIE'S HOMEROOM-Front Row, left to right: M. Norton-Taylor, M. Malade, J. Pctiky, J. Prochaska, Mr. Corie, D. O'Con- nor, R. Macedonia, C. Robbins, E. Novotny. Second Row: L. Peterson, C. Nichols. Third Row: D. Ahlschlager, F. Holden, R. De Luca, G. Kuebler, D. Clifton, N. De Trano, A. Smith, R. Miller, M. Ferriso, G. Can- ning, R. Stenerson, J. Wallace. x -Q lx ,. . L 0 4 . , J S MR. LlVlNGSTONE'S HOMEROOM-Front Row, left to right. S. French, M. Damaso, R. Dobenecker, E. Diaz, Mr. Livingstone, L. Comer, C. De Laurentis, C. Brown, M. Gabali. Second Row: A. Flick, J. Sanders, K. Fagans, L. Teuber, J. Calciano, G. Smerz, D. Preus, P. Burns. Third Row: E. Madsen, W. Denny, D. Fredericks, L. Penny, F. Downs, K. Combs, J. Alexeichik, W. Reidt. DR. MOTTO'S HOMEROOM-Front Row left to right: M. Hoschel, L. Ireland, L Jensen, S. Kelly, Dr. Motto, L. Hamalainen B. Golden, D. Haufman, F. Luciano Second Row: D. Berglund, J. Walworth, P Johnson, C. Kline, S. Kasso, H. Giana tiempo, M. Vogt, K. O'Pasek, C. Ryan Third Row: L. Smith, R. Finchum, W. Snow A. Rohner, T. D'Andraia, W. Braun, J. Mar quart, T. Hicks, R. Bethell, J. Hughes, J Kusko. ,QQ MISS PUGl.lESE'S HOMEROOM-Front Row, left to right: J. Grosso, D. Gloyd, C, Sabatino, C. Lorenz, Miss Pugliese, K. Drankwalter, S. Lundequist, J. Michalowski, C. Watson. Second Row: B. Leek, J. Vita- relli, J. Miceli, J. Zabski, D. Walsh. Third Row: P. Hoffman, B. Johnson, L. Engert, S. Sweezy, B. Budd, T. Fisher, P. Madden, P. Kout, E. Demling, V. Triolo. MR. l -Front I Row, left to right: l.. Hansen, l. Grunicke, 7 M. FitzSimmons, V. Failla, Mr. Rosenberg, J. Gonda, D. Gatto, P. Fischer. Second Row: E. Schauss, J. Comerford, W. Allen, C. Fox, T. Maltese, W. Paulsen, P. Mere, P. Doepp, W, Duncan. ROSENBERG'S HOMEROOM I 1. 5 Class of l96l gest class un the hustory of Northport Hugh School entered thus year Due to thelr tremendous slze, the freshmen occupied the school durmg the second sessron They governed themselves Independently but they dad combme several actlvstres wlth the upperclassmen President Gary DeAngelns Vuce Presudent lmcoln Anderson Secretary Kathy Farabaugh and Treasurer Rack U h y s er served as efficuent leaders Coach Ryder can look forward to one of the Hnest football teams Northport has ever had uf the freshman class as any lndncat non Thus team rs strong rn every posntlon It not only went throu h h 9 t e entnre season undefeated but was unscored upon as well As lt now appears thas cl oss also wall have a fine record rn al other sports The lar I the If thas freshman class contm ues nts ochnevements and wnllmg spmts, we ore sure It will be one of the tlnest Turn th e page to see thus great class GKUW", ,.Q"'e MR SONENS HOMEROOM Front Row e to fl ht u A Cerma Andrew B. Brnggs Mr, Sonen C. Adams M. Corlis B. Boetier A. Carlson. Second wf R. gert H. E an B. Rate a . Dehn J. Jagger C. Clchocki L. Fornuto J. Galen, R. Adams B. Slrick. Third Row: D. Gallagher B. Sauter T. Costa R. Webster . a . Oa e C. Middleton . Anderson C. R'tz. ff! ,..4f Q- in X ' 'A' 1 I . , 5 .- - IBCP-4. I" ..,......,+,-ss:-f ' ""'---'fc'lg .. 4 QL..-SE S 'Uv ai., gtk.. Y 4r- " "" -2- or A W Qi-,"-e'!'2"'wf 1f'4 ' ' . -"FA '- : . in 1-A--gxfif ,A , W.. kg ilfjbk A. fwvifg-M44 -v,F",e '5 'N gm, Q., ' Lf -: pk-ff' - 1f?"'.-.,wi, '-m.. Z.f- . W '-' 'M-" A mws'..x..W., .A44:Sif-,.3L-"v"'-1' "' M . ,l -V. 'N-.Er -.Qu ' . 1 W, F.. -.3'ff1'e. . -fr ,Ah ,s.. rl -.4 W1- 61 I' -gfgg v.. -Q ... ,.s.- 5 E -an. 4. .fc-..... - f 9 I 1 TJ K EN 'v-1.44. f xx ' j K I - .Q Lf'- -. 5 "WL" "' , Q N A , Q V ,I V F , P ,..f4v"T" fl ' -. L . ' f f-1 " W In MN, A . ...t ,. J ,L 4 -ML ' dj1g:Q,,,, at Y kv- ' . ,... f W 'V F .,f'f'..2T..-:fc ffl- " ' s ,,,,,,,..-uw--..t. ,, 1 1 -1 . -s-+, A :vga Jw f 0 xx ,W K z x "WM 'Y nf . U, 10, F, ,,A- - ., I, U I' -SDP" - .fflv-1, . ,M M .. . .,,"4rmK-,A.y,, ,, - . f -W fA2!'?w'L' "ai 'f' . ,- 'dal f. 'kr,:,., '17 'I '?'J,?'v.-P'j3f:'dr',- fy, f as , pfgi. kgi, 4.-Q Vg Eff- A-KQV! .- if 4 f'v..,Q-, -. ,fda 'Q .Qi ,"j,,,--V l ' -QA .v . Law - 51 ,p.- - MLH4 1 'W 4.4. 4 H 4. 4 ' -"' - VP V' ,pp5'.,In-lpn? if, -.JL LII, Lf' ,lm 'F' 'L 1 If V If., ,,-.4 9,404 . , ig 'Q A., V- ...:',--',,,, 43 I-.f -f -' V' ,pt ' Aff FW f-Q. ,-1 ' 6 f"' , ' "mf, 0. 4 ' W A 's,. ' -,M - .,, .'. -4 , sql paul ns-1 l in--n L . l Ns XX J., X Jfqff f ago C 'Wm K kb x K ff Front Row, left to right: P. Caruso, M Mannion, L. Chu, J. Patiky, B. Gagne, P Best, B. Schillinger. Second Row: S. Kelly C. Stadola, E. Tweedy, D. Haufman, J Posey, E. Hickey, F. Luciano, K. Lund, C Williamson, N. Malkmus, G. Williams, B Dodd. Third Row: G. Farabaugh, K Fagans, S. Thide, A. Cooper, P. Ruger, R Williams, W. Prigge, G. Laurie. 5' General Organization The General Organization began another suc- cessful and active year with the sale of G. O. cards. The membership drive was sparked by an offer of S50 for the first class to reach 9070. The senior class won it successfully. The initial dance of the year was the "Freshman Get-Acquainted Dance," held in the very first few weeks of school. This was the beginning of a very full social curriculum sponsored by the G. O. A new tradition was introduced to the school this year by the G. O. lt was the election of a Football Queen. Under the capable direction of the Assembly Planning Committee, one of the permanent committees of the G. O., an impressive assembly was given for the official crowning of the Queen and her attendants. All of the chartered clubs of the G. O. were entered on a permanent calendar, and a new organization, the Service Club, was established. This club provided FRESHMAN G. O.-Front Row, left to right: G. Kaplan, E. Riker, E. Wine, G. Saltz. Second Row. Miss Whitcamb lAdviserl, S Higgenbotham, M. Blydenburgh, J. Lockwood, J. Endres, K. O'Hara, B .Berglund, Mr. Krapt lAdviserl. receptionists for the office, members for hall patrols, and the Traffic Squad, as well as people in charge of the visual aids equipment. Also this year, the Constitu- tion was revised and ratified by the G. O. Council. Another improvement to the school was the addition of a fruit drink machine which provided the G. O. Treasury with enough profit to enable it to assist any club or class in need of funds. The Northport High G. O. also played an im- portant part in the United Schools of Western Suffolk by being host to several of the monthly meetings dur- ing the year. ln conclusion, the General Organization was cap- ably led by Gene Farabaugh and the other officers who all worked together to continue the successful reputation of the G. O. of N. H. S. G. O. OFFICERS AND ADVISERS-Front Row, left to right: Karen Lund lSecretaryl, Miss Sposato fAdviserl, Gene Fara- baugh !Presia'entl, Miss Kourelis lAdviserl, Fran Luciano fTreasurerl. Second Row. Mr. Milkes lAdviserl, John Ettinger fFirst Vice-Presidentl, Mr. Allardice fAdviserl, Bob Williams fSecond Vice-Presidentl, Mr. Janover lAdviserl. 7l .1 A ti, 50, g 'ii nik' c 5. I, V... Qs: ,., J, 2. M an , ,, , . L' Q Q ,, d I ' I gfflff 'gl--?Qs'LvifIi1"..'f.fP"f'.'L- "L . ,,,"f?u.7s5g. lf:,,,,g. ' ...f Q ,.."'4f',g TIGER TALES-Front Row, left to right: N. Morrell, M. Ronda, J. Evers, M. Flaherty, P. Johnson, J. Philp, P. Conlin, I. Koch, A. Warholik, J. Triolo, J. Maloney, J. Ahlers, B. Lehman, J. Rogers, Smith, R. Himme, M. Hermann, S. Hagelthorn. Third Row: P. R. McBride, P. Broer, P. Best, B. Hipwell, A. Deigel, L. Mans- Vichroski, T. Sipala, H. Endee, R. Graft, C. Field, G. Stone, R. tield, P. Cavanagh, M. Smith, C. Sposato, D. Underhill. Second Spong, N. Winquist, V. Guido, P. Tatem, J. Sheliin, S. Cross, Row: C. Horn, M. Lombardi, K. Lockwood, C. Freudenberg, K. P, Bqgqrq, Olsen, J. Loggia, L. Faath, C. Tomoros, M. Carroll, P. Witte, J. Editor ........ Associate Editor . . Yearbook Manager ........... Carol Williamson Senior Editors .... Robin Buchanan, George Laurie Photography Editor .............. James Lavery Activities Editors . . . . .Karen Lund, Steve Larsen Art Editors ........... Susan Reidt, Lynton Wells Sports Editors . . .Deborah Fairman, Donald Vitters Business Manager ........... Steve Blydenburgh X 1 ll - f I CE Ll ' hxfwf il -EAI, 49 li "' i? 1.25 , I.. an , -15' 9 ig :si f Lt g U" -11 jlI',9 - 1 ' Tiger Tales Circulation Manager ............. Harry Hodum Underclass Editors .Donna Farrell, Nancy Malkmus, Ellen Hickey, Carol Del Giudice, Barbara Schillinger, Dick DeAngelis . . .Bill Anderson ........Ruth Veit Secretary .. ............... Barbara Gagne Advisers . . . . Business and Circulation Mr. Raymond Carden Editing and Makeup Mr. John Maguire TIGER TALES EDITORS-Front Row, left to right: K. Lund, S. Larsen, E. Hickey, R. Veit, B. Anderson, C. Williamson, B. Schillinger, H. Hodum, B. Gagne. Second Row: J Lavery, D. Fairman, G. Laurie, R. Buchanan, L. Wells, S. Reidt, D. Vitters, D. Farrell, S. Blyden- burgh, N. Malkmus, R. DeAngeIis. v cs- ,Q Front Row, left to right: R. Veit, D. Besterman, G. Wood, S. Loggia, K. Olsen, B. Hipwell, C. Freudenberg, D. Farrell, M Olsen. Second Row: V. Newark, P. Mohr, L. Fontana, E. Hickey, Carroll, E. Gesko, J. Gilbody, M, Hanousek, L. Massuci, J F. Luciano, S. Fornuto, L. Spampinato, J. Patiky, M. Mannion, L. Evers, B. Featherstone, K. Lockwood, A. Smith, L. Booth, J Hansen, C. Nichols, T. Fisher, K. Cavanagh, L. Jensen, C. Lavery, S. Stringer, S. Hagellhorn, D. Vitters, l. Koch, J. Posey Stodola, B. Dodd, L. Lawson, N. Hubbard, T. Nash. Third Row: C, Field, C. Fisher, S. Bowen, P. Broer, l.. Brunn, J. Mombour- Mr. Saxe lAdviserl, C. Williamson, J. Bauser, C. Brush, J. quette, Mr. Milkes lAdviserl. Tiger lnklings With a membership of an estimated eighty students, TIGER INKLINGS is one of the largest school organizations in terms of participation. This is as it should be, since one of the major aims of T. l. has always been to boost school spirit, and what better evidence is there than wholesale participation in activities? As in the past, T. I. has printed a wide variety of interesting and informative articles and features, covering nearly everything of interest to the student body. There have been articles on our varsity teams, items on clubs and activities, book reviews, poetry, the amusing "lnquiring Reporter" column, letters from readers, and a series of timely editorials. Contributions of this sort, written by students full of initiative and character, have made it a well written and highly interesting newspaper. T. I. EDITORS-Seated, left to right: James Lavery fPhotographyl, Carol Williamson !Artl, Ruth Veit lBusinessl, Gail Williams fEditor-in-Chiefi, Carol Fisher lAssistant Editori, Lucia Brunn fTreasurerJ, Doris Bestermann fExchange Editori. Standing: Don Vitters tSportsJ, Mr. l l Milkes lAdviserJ, M. Saxe fAdviserl. .Q it v Front Row, left to right: V. Guido, J. Galen, C. Brush, D. Bester' Giudice, B. Schillinger, M. Carroll, J. Forrest, M. Schatt, L man, S. Olsen, J. Bauser, G. Cronin, T. Knust, M. Hanousek, N. Spampinato, N. Kemble, S. Blydenburgh, R. Ott. Fourth Row: J Harrison, J. Gilbody, P. Doll, V. Chessman, R. Primrosch. Second Posey, D. Fairman, S. Fornuto, P. Witte, D. Gloyd, S. Hagel Row: J. Steiner, R. DeAngelis, N. Morrell, K. Lund, B. Hubert, thorn, L. Mansfield, C. Freudenberg, M. Smith, A. Smith, B I. Koch, Mr. Maguire tAdviserl, E. Lynch, B. Anderson, J. Triolo, Johnson, C. Kaliski, J. Slitka, B. Dodd. Fifth Row. D. Farrell S. de Jongh, J. Loggia, B. Smith. Third Row: G. Stone, C. Wat- N. Malkmus, P. Covanagh, B. Laburda, S. Bell, L. Fontano. son, B. Andrew, S. Kelly, J. Evers, J. Grosso, S. Bowen, C. Del Dramatics Club The Dramatics Club got oft to a good start this year with about eighty enthus- iastic members. These members then elected as their leaders for the year Gene Lynch as President, Bill Anderson as Vice-President, Inge Koch as Secretary, and Brad Hubert as Treasurer. The tirst maior proiect the organization started on was the big play for the year, "My Sister Eileen." Chosen for the starring roles were Karen Lund as Eileen and Debby Fairman as her sister Ruth. The play turned out to be a great success. The club also gave two assembly performances during the year. One was a variety show with sketches, songs, and dances. The other was a very good play entitled "Five in Judgment." One can easily say that this year, the Dramatics Club lived up to its fine name and reputation. P"5 5 4 0 DRAMATICS CLUB OFFICERS-Sealed, left to right: Bill Anderson Nice-Presidentl, lnge Koch tSecretaryl, Gene Lynch lPresi- dentl. Standing: Brad Hubert lTreasurerl. Future Nurses ol America Adviser Mrs Haynor Front Row left to rrght J Blssell J For rest B Schllllnger L Booth V Newark J Tralner M Carroll C Freudenberg D Farrell L Cooper Second Row M Norton Ta or B Briggs D Schelbe C Ekenstuerna J Trlolo B Seated Carolyn Ekenstlerna fPresrdent7 Standing Ellen Novotny lV1ce President! Joan Pattky fCorrespond:ng Secretaryl Jane Forrest Uiecordmg Secretary! Mrs Haynor !Adv1serl Lehman G Gruner E Devrne B Grasley C Porteus Third Row R Hlmme C Del Gurdlce B Alfasl P Johnson J La Voe J Patnky M Fltzslmmons J Gonda B Hlpwell M Ronda M Larkm Ths IS F N A s second year, and lt as really offered an outstandmg program both years The club glves students Interested an a health career a chance to determme lust what field they would luke to enter President Carolyn Ekenstnerna, Vrce President Ellen Novotny, Recordmg Secretary Jane Forrest, Corresponding Secretary Joan Patuky, and Treasurer Connie Tomaras ably led the club alded by Mrs Haynor, thetr advlser Mrs Haynor proceeded to set up a program where the students were shown what sublects should be taken In preparahon for a nurs mg career Durmg the year, a few talks were glven by varlous people connected wlth nursmg and two traps were taken, one to St Charles Hospital and one to Queens General Hospltal From these traps much was learned about the runmng of a hospltal and nts varlous programs , . ,. ,- :. ,.- 1- f- 1- ,- - ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. , 5' 1- 1- 1- 1' r . ,. ,. . :. - - rr 1- 1- 1- 1- yl,. ,. ,. ,. ,. - A I I I ,. . i' ' 'h ... 5' L . j . . x ' I Future Teachers of America 'QQ' Lf 1. Seated Front Row left to rlqltt F Luciano S Zarras Mrss Robertson fAdvlserl Mr Mllkes tAdvrserl M Ronda M Larknn Second Row V Gundo T Slpala E Hnckey N Molkmus L Englemark V Mattson N Morrell D Bralden M Smnth R The Adelheld M M Kaufmann Chapter of the Future Teachers of Amerlca Club provndes an oppor tunlty for students Interested In teachlng to analyze and obtaln an Insight unto the profession Wlth Mr Jullan Mllkes and Mlss Betty Robert son as advisers, and Marilyn Ronda, Presldent the club began the year by guvlng a radio sklt on WGSM entltled Confldenttal Report Other actlvltoes conslsted of monthly nught meetings with guest speakers Cadet Teachlng an the elementary and tumor hugh schools and servlng as hosts durlng Open House Nlght Contmulng a tradutlon started last year a tea was sponsored for the teachers of the school dnstrlct ln November, several members attended the Long Island Future Educators Annual Workshop for discussions on teaching Fund ralslng actlvltles were found to be a necessity A sem: formal dance entltled Snowflake Fantasy proved to be another successful actnvnty Funally, a trap to New Paltz was taken to end a very prosperous year for the Future Teachers of Ameraca Axb 'QQAKXSOTL Q? W4 -GI! -vw Downs C Klem A Delgel H Sandberg A Smith J Rogers J Hanham Thtrd Row L Foath J Evers J Cabel P Qulnn N Zarras D Besterman M Kowal C Sweeney l Chu H Zorras A Monrolg left to rrght Monlyn Ronda tPres1dentl Sac Zarras !Treasurerl Fran Lucnano Nice Presldentl Margaret Larkin lSecretaryl . O IIT: LlAl"f'.f3, .. 1' .Q 2 C-.elwgvt K4 Q was J 5 ,t,.. S 'A zum Q. ' rv' l : ' - ' . -J Q ,A E Q v L W' T ca ' Y . ' , J ,T I H , y i 3 , C . .. ' 1 S, - 1 I - x N C 4 Y l - X l SX , ll' it ,Q a . 1 5 1 I. : . I , . I L I - - I - I 1 - ' ' , ' ' . ' L , . I I , . , . I . . . L : . t - 1 - 1 - I : . ' , . ' , . ' , . , . . , . I - 1 - 1 ' I ' , - , . , . , - , . . - - 1 . - . . . 1 . I I s . l ., . x 5 ll' . .. . ' . Q l 5 . . . . X f g r 1 I X Q' A J I I - . 1 1 n - 'f' Y '- - I , . . . .- . I V , , 1 Director, MY- Kfuegef- Ffonf Row, len 70 flghfr D- Grant. Hasterleck, B. Schineller, J. Carden, B. Paulsen, J. Gustavsson, D' Corleionf P- T'-'lem' l-- BlYd9T'be"9f R- Kessler. D- SUNY, 5- L. Tulber, J. Cambell, S. Slattery, K. Fagans. Third Row: S. Jones, J. Endee. Second Row: C. Brush, C. Stodola, R. Ott, R. Blydenbufghl G' Sgone, C. Kuna. ml 53 .. ,f-1, X s 'f 'Vt it HQ? ' it ,V 4,1 . ' 1 n,.. - ee it l l. "i" ' s X h f iff ' ff, X 54 xy -- Hy, is ,iff K M--Qluwgk ,if X ix 4 -ii-4114 , ,- ,.. 'Q 1 Band This year, the Northport High School Band, under the direction of Mr. Krueger, performed at the more important school functions. They provided an enthusiastic spirit at the first Pep assembly and supported the football team at all home games with their fighting songs. The band also played at the crowning of the Football Queen and the National Honor Society Induction assembly. Mr. Krueger, a new addition to Northport High's faculty, has done a remarkable iob as the head of the music department. He was co-chairman of the NYSSMA Festival, which was held here in Northport, this year. Mr. Kreuger should be proud of the iob he has done in developing the musical talents of the members of the band. We also realize that a lot of credit is due to the people who make up the band. It is because of their diligent practice that the band has become so much better over the past year. The combination of Mr. Kreuger and his talented pupils has given Northport High the great- est band it has seen in quite a number of years. Front Row, left to right: J. Trainer, N. Mikkelson, M. Smith, B. Leek, H. Gitsas, A. Flick, J. Fratello, D. Becker, S. Newton, S. Zarras, P. Quinn, D. Vaughn, M. Ronda, K. Doran. Second Row: J. Philp, S. Scudder, C. Gallagher, S. Lundequist, Z. Byrnes, B. Golden, R. Macedonia, L. Mansfield, C. Palmer, K. Welsh, K. Parezo, C. De Laurentis, J. Kasten, D. Mackey, C. Lorenz, B. Ward, P. Burns, B. Reincke, C. Schulam. Third Row: J. Glenn, L. Wolf, F. Schoenfeld, J. La Voe, G. Klare, M. Donarummo, L. Spampinato, J. Bauser, E. Demling, C. Los, P. Schroeder, M. Damaso, E. Hickey, B. Hansen, L. Terry, B. Hipwell, B. Alfasi, L. White. Fourth Row: P. Craft, D. Michaelis, L. La Voe, J. Dil- lenschneider, J. Mombourquette, H. Campbell, H. Muller, T. Templeton, N. Behringer, R. Haller, W. Newton, J. Rocco, D. Hoffman, P. Basara, P. Witte, D. Fairman, G. Williams. Fifth Row: D. MacKillop, J. Hanham, E. Liotta, P. Buhler, W. Heath- cote, C. Bossa, J. Davenport, R. Page, H. Egan, J. Pelton, J. Butler, P. Macedonio, R. Stone, T. Sipala, P. Mere, J. Gunning, A. Cooper, E. Schauss, C. Henning. Mixed Chorus During the school day a combination of two or three choruses meet. This year the mixed chorus was composed of two groups with officers elected in each. The first group elected for President: Bob- bie Hansen, Secretary: Rita Macedonio, Librarians: Pat Craft and Eddie Schauss, and Wardrobe: Bar- bara Ward. The second group elected those who follow: President Sylvia Cross Secretary June Philp Librarians Erminio Liotta Gail Williams and Ellen Hickey Wardrobe Jack Gunning and Carmelo De Laurentis This year they participated in the various semblies such as Christmas Thanksgiving, and th National Honor Society They were host to the Sec tional All State Music Festival held at our school with those representing Northport Sylvia Cross Janet Bauser Deborah Fairman Thomas Sipala and Harry Muller Harry is also going to the State Festival at Rochester accompanied by Miss Lydia Kourelis Last year at the Sectional All State Music Festa val held at Riverhead, the Mixed Chorus received an A rating This was the first time Northport entered a mixed chorus and we know they will be lust as successful this year mm MW 51552 - fs-fi' 'lun 5-It X ll l 'ffgg Fa ilhgkge 'V U 47 WY M' '1 uw'-us"1'l!1 Mr Kass lAdv1serJ F1rstRow N Morrell l Booth S Bowan B Hnpwell J Bauser M OSulllvan J McKowen Second Row S Jones V Newark B Benson P Broer E McDonald A Dengel M Larkm Chemistry Club Under the durectlon of Mr Kass, the Chemistry Club got ot'f to a fine start thus year Ken Hoftman was elected President at the first meetmg whsle Nancy Lou Morrell was chosen as Vlce President, Secretary and Treasurer The club spends Its meetings performmg Interesting experiments or holding discussions on new sclentlflc developments nn Chemistry It IS hoped that the Increased mterest shown In the club thus year will continue lt IS posslble that something truly lmpor tant may be discovered some day by one ofthe members Frs Table Lft t Rlght D Farrell M Carroll C Freundenberg Second Table Clockwlse J Forrest K Lockwood Mr Kass tAdv:serl S Larsen R Humme B e man J Ahlers K Gusston Q. 5 J , 2 J sl .12 ,.-34,-' . 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Q . , H N 'A J n p s ,QQ - . 5 I - L r as C' Front Row left to right I Grunlcke J Bnssell Second Mansfield J I-099W M HUh9"'Y 5 B"'995 D Sfhelbe Row D Gatto l Chu Third Row J Lushg D Brown 5 H'PWell J G'lb0dY R H""me 5'X'h Row K Kel5eY Fourth Row J Dlllenschneuder B Merkle L Sagsveen J M V099 Sevenfh ROW L sfhmel' A I-Un9l9" flghlh ROW Truolo M Larknn M Ronda J Warholuk A Deugel B G GFUHGI' l Heffmvnn Lehman B Endres Flfth Row D Tacke M Malade Jumor Red Cross The Junior Red Cross, under the dlrectlon of Mlss Breaux, adviser, started th elr many prolects with a fund ralslng drlve This was followed by the gurls l vo unteenng their services for dufferent organizations gurls assisted In aldmg the blmd at Burrwood and entertamm th The g e suck and aged at Cherry Lane Nursing Home Thelr largest prolect thus year has been obtalmng meducal supplies and drugs for a doctor ln Afrnca A party for an orphanage as planned for the future OFFICERS-Left to right: Justine Warholik Hreasurerl Sylvia Cross lPresident! likam Chu lSecretaryl Jean Ann loggia lVice-Presidentl. f ' L 2 Q T7 o 1 -' . ' , 1' ', lk ' v M 18l www Kneeling left to nght T Costa-, R Wnlbarg T Roesch W Duncan M Hoschel F Holden L Marr Flrsl Row Standing Mr Rosenberg and Mr Sonen !Advfsersl L Sagsveen L Fontana K OPasek B Andrew G Garduner J Jagger N Meehan S Fornuto L Hansen M Manmon S Kelly L Jensen M Corlls B Morrell S Strlnger P Kaul Second Row B Tweedy L Drost C Rllz D Rob buns D Gallo K Clerke l Grunucke J Mlcelu L Ch S Bowan J Galen C Ryan E Dickson J Comerford Biology Club The Blologlcal Neophytes have thus year been comblned under one name One group, under the dlrectlon of Mr Sonen has lust completed nts slxth year and the other, whlch has lust completed Its second year of existence, was directed by Mr Rosenberg These two groups have met once a week separately and lomtly every other week Mr Sonens group was headed by the capable leaders Chrrs Ritz as Presldent and Brad Tweedy as Vlce President Secretary, and Treasurer Mr Rosenberg s group was llkewlse led by Michael Wolfe as President and Regina Conklm as Vlce Presldent Secretary, and Treasurer The members of these two groups have found new Interests un biology through theur orgamzatnon which thus year has proved to be most actlve They have not only explored dltTerent skulls In the science, but have also taken part In mterestmg dlscussuons, seen movues and gone on field traps All of whrch has been excltlng as well as very educational 5,0 I 0 l xk 1144 N01 M64 . f U 6 Bl tfl if ' 'J' me lu- V b.5J Q 'lu ll, Q 5 ,ll J' L a az - Ci fig nv A Im, ning l , ff' 1' - in - -- , c K . 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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Front row left to right J Loggna K Lund R Vent Second row M David Allardlce ladvlserl G Farabaugh C Williamson G Laurie National Honor Society This year as in the past the Northport Chapter of the National Honor Society proved to be a successful and active group under the capable guidance of Mr David Allardlce On April 25 1958 the newly elected lumor and semor class members were inducted into the Society During the impressive candlelight cere mony speeches were given by the members who were elected In their lunlor year These speeches were based on the four qualities that must be exhibited by those hoping for membership Charac ter, Leadership, Scholarship, and Service A lunch During the year the Society members worked energetically at the various tasks they were called on to perform They planned the reception for the foreign students and acted as guides for visitors to the school They also served as ushers at the NYSSMA Concert here at Northport e annual National Honor Society banquet gave the new members an opportunity to get ac qualnted with alumm of the Society This event brought to a close another year for the National Honor Society. eon followed the mductuon ceremony The following names are those of this year's newly elected members. Due to our deadline, it was impossible to have their pictures. Bowling Club 'T' 4 a I i JI' I A-1 BOYS' BOWLING CLUB-Front row, left to right: K. Gussion, J. Perkowski, C. Schouw, T. A'Ambrosio, R. Berenbaum, J. Rogers, D. Vitters. Second row: R. Wood, L. Spong, C. Horn, D. Kavanagh, L. Dahl, T. Sipala. Third row: B. Bain, J. Wallace, J. Hanham, P. Broer, J. McKowen, W. Schlim. Fourth row: J. Hanham, J. Kennedy, F. Soule, W. Klare, E. Mueller, R. Christiansen. Fifth row: E. Dickson, G. Laurie, R. Primosch. The Bowling Club, under the expert guidance and supervision of Mr. Donald Corie, got oft to a fast start this year. At the first meeting, with a turnout of more than forty students, it was resolved that the eight top bowlers of the first match would become captains. The teams bowled at Larkfield Lanes in East Northport. Every captain was given a book in which to record not only his own team's, but also his opponent's scores. The captains also had the duty of collecting dues from each member. Most of the bowlers looked to be in excep- tionally good form this year, and the teams were well matched. All in all, this year's bowling club was most promising and many past records were broken. GIRLS' BOWLING CLUB-Front row left to right. D. Underhill, H. Drews, C. Stodola, B. Reinke, S. Glancy, L. Cooper. Second row: K. Kaliski, P. Kaut, C. Schulom, J. Trainer, G. Madsen. Third row: C. Klein, J. Oldham, P. Rocco, P. Murison. Girls' Leaders Club g'X LEADERS' CLUB-Front row, left to right: L. Brunn, J. Warholik, L. Schnier, R. Veit, L. Booth, K. Lucas, T. LaDuca, J. Vitorelli J. Cinquemani, L. Lawson, J. Patiky, B. Leek, H. Sandberg L. Chu. Second row: L. Jensen, R. Buchanan, S. Kasso, K. Olsen K. Lund, B. Endres, F. Luciano, A. Smith, B. Dodd, P. Mohr One of Northport High's most recently organ- ized clubs is the Leaders' Club. Under the leader- ship of Miss Beatrice Barlie and President Jean Ann Loggia, the club has developed and prospered. The Leaders' Club, although in existence for only a short time, already has many noteworthy under- takings and events in its history. Last December ninth marked the club's second memorable occasion. lt was the date of the impres- sive Candlelight Induction Ceremony. With the W4 1 ,VI I 1 K J. Trainer, M. Mannion, M. Larkin. Third row: L. Homalainen, C. Smith, C. Robbins, S. Reidt, M. Hermann, C. Williamson, Miss Barlie lAdvisorl, P. Basara, K. Lockwood, P. Madden, J. Loggia, D. Braiden, C. Fisher. recitation of the Leaders' Pledge, the candidate became an ofiticial member, and club shields were presented. As a club, the Leaders completed a gratifying Christmas proiect last holiday season by sponsoring a complete Christmas day dinner and presents for a needy family in the community. As individuals, the Leaders assist in practically all phases of the physical education program in school. si' yr . Ii- Q .s OFFICERS-Front row, left to right: Pat Basara Nice Presidentl, Jean Ann Loggio !Presidentl, Miss Barlie iAdvisor!, Kirsten Olsen iTreasurert, Carol Williamson lSecretoryl. L N it Traffic Squad Ti sw- as A. f .nf , 'ss "We H- 'ww if - ef , . awww: f -'T e s ' J . ' ff'2Ql .ee we Q at 'W' R sg 1 avg: -fs, N A1 WA TRAFFIC SQUAD-Front row, left to right: B. Anderson, B. Williams, P. Ruger, G. Laurie, B. Bergold, G. Farabaugh, S. Blydenburgh, J. Steiner. Second row: N. Prigge, K. Olsen, The Traftic Squad, under the fine direction of Mr. David Allardice, has again proved itself to be a very vital organization to our high school. Aside from carrying out its usual functions of maintaining order between periods and keeping forgetful people oFf the lawns, the squad members have also served as guides for special occasions such as Parents' Night, the performance of the All-State Chorus, and College Night. Student Health The Student Health Club, in its second year of existence, was led by President Martha Han- ousek, Vice-President Steve Blydenburgh, Secretary- Treasurer Doris Besterman, and their advisor, Mr. William Burgess. The SHO made a trip to St. Charles Hospital at Christmas time, complete with presents. fi .V L sm . . . . ,gp .W xmgl .- I VY ' ., ,,.g'???E5,h": Wgmne 5" . .---!,.,.:h: . A X kt 'Q Q fs: at .. 5.1. . Jus.. ,i1.,,, G. Cronin, R. Veil, N. Malkmus, J. Loggia, P. Witte, M. Her- mann, C. Williamson, B. Dassler, K. Lund and J. Rogers lCo- Captainsl. During this, the fifth year of its existence, the squad, consisting of twenty members, sixteen sen- iors and four iuniors, was well led by its co-captains, Jack Rogers and Karen Lund. This year the members of the squad did a fine iob of leadership, one of which the students of our school and the members themselves can be most proud. Organization The club was honored to be chosen by the Suftolk County Health Organization to figure out a system of points by which awards can be given in Health fields, Throughout the year the club had guest speakers and saw movies in different fields of Health. tx STUDENT HEALTH ORGANIZATION-Front row, left to right: Mr. Burgess lAdvisort, A A. Dallas, D. Besterman, S. Blydenburgh, M. Hanousek, J. Rogers. Second row: B. Dodd, L. Lawson, J. Lustig, P. Doll, J. Gilbody, G. Geraghty, L. Booth. Debate Club 14 'un-P Q... DEBATE CLUB-Front row, left to right, seated: H. Sandberg, J- l-099l0, S. Reidt, R- BUCHCIHCY1, M- Smllht B. lehman, A. Deigel, R. Himme. Second row, This year, Debate Club met every Tuesday evening, under the direction of Mrs. Phyllis Levitt. The club held debates each week. The topics varied in substance and magnitude. World affairs, current events, and local problems were all dis- cussed at various times. Occasionally, the members engaged in student-teacher debates with the faculty. The officers of the Debate Club were: Joe Sheflin, President, Helen Sandberg and Jean Ann Loggia, secretaries. Chess The Chess Club, ably directed by Mr. Oscar Andersen, met regularly every week to develop techniques and skills in chess. The highlight of the year came in the spring, when the club members engaged in a tournament to determine a champion. The competition consisted CHESS CLUB-Front row, left to right: J. Hanham, H. Endee, P. Broer, C. Horn. Second row, standing: R. Sweezy, J. Mc Kowen, Mr. Andersen Mdvisorl, S. Bern hard, B. Benson. 'S-v standing: J. Shehin, P. Broer. The club organized an interscholastic tourna- ment which was held in May. Five other schools were invited, and trophies were awarded to the students who showed the best debating ability. An informal dance followed the debate. The Debate Club was one of the school's most worthwhile organizations. It gave good opportuni- ties to exercise the mind, and was not only educa- tional, but stimulating as well. Club of winning three matches out of five. The finals were on a four out of seven match basis. This year the club had a good turnout, with two girls included in the membership. They, plus the many underclassmen who are members, assure the Chess Club future success. 8 -L-JZ-tfttlll-4' li Radlo Club RADIO CLUB-Left to right S Larsen K Fagans P Braer Mr Hosue G Glogg R Jennings R Gallagher A brand new organization this year was the Radio Club Under the able guidance of Mr John Hosle the small but active group land a solid foun datlon for future years The specific Interests of the club members were as diversified as their knowledge and experience in radio and allied fields but whatever their differ ences there was a definite place for everyone Nearly every member constructed some sort of prolect on his own Initiative with the advice and assistance of the adviser and of fellow club mem bers These prolects were of all types sizes and shapes and included crystal radios hs fi amplifiers shortwave receivers and Telsa coils Other club activities Included instruction for members who wished to Increase theur knowledge of electronics and the study and practice of the Morse Code Twlrlmg Fr s year as In the past spark was added to the band by Northports twirlers After many A practices which were directed by Mr Daniel McShea and Mr Robert Krueger the girls performed e pertly Along with a new freshman squad they led the Memorial Day parade 0-A2 TWIRLING-Front row left to right K Raleigh J Fratella E Murphy M Har decker I Tepper C Spong P Hipwell J Anderson A Suter Second row J Gladdlng A Leary M Blydenburgh N Farrell J Freudenberg J Munro M Peldunas I -I E ,L -1 -s ai X i il j':'E v. 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A Cappella Choir - - ., 1 A 1" A CAPPELLA CHOIR Front row left to right P Witte D Farr man M Damaso M Ronda H Zarras K Doran J Phvlp S Zarras J Cunquemam J Bauser P Burns L Fontana J The A Cappella Cholr IS an honorary orgamza tlon under the leadership of Mass Lydia Kourells lt consnsts of about thnrty students who are selected for outstandmg vocal ablllty ln September, audi hons are held for membership through ablllty to sight read, smg, and quality of volce, plus slnglng In parts After two years of ll1GCl'IVIlY the Golf Club once again reorgan lzed Itself mto a successful group Under the supervlslon of M H Lnvlngstone, the golfers went to the dnvmg range where they obtalned lessons on the basnc fundamentals, such as the grlp stance, and swung Even more success IS antuclpated for future Golf Clubs GOLF CLUB-Front row left to nght Smlth D Scherbe V Guido B Anderson N Ahmed N Malkmus J Loggla Lockwood C Wnlllamson Second row Horn R Prnmosch J Rogers B Bergold Schouw G Farabaugh D Vttters Stone N Prngge C Spang Glenn L Mansfield Second row E Schauss C Henmngs C Basso P Mere T Sapala H Egan H Muller H Endee W Newton J Butler P Macedonuo R Stone V Guudo A Cooper The Chour performs mustc of a more dumcult grade than the Mixed Chorus The members may be a part of the Muxed Chorus as well The group partlclpated during the school year tn such func tlons as the Thanksglvmg and Christmas programs Parent Teacher Assoclatlon meetings, and compe tltlon un the Sprung Festival Golf Club atb- l T I ' T . . , . -' I u - I . , , . , . 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' z. , . fl ' I-A' Q Smgmg Tigers Orcglnated last year, the Smglng Tlgers was first composed of members of the football team Later on theur smgmg was lomed by other male volces around the school Under the close dnrectnon of Mlss Lydla Kourelus the Tvgers have entertalned at several pep rallles, assemblies, and at the coronatuon of the Football Queen SINGING TlGERS Front row left to right P Doepp W Smlth Second row R Wlllrams M Wolfe Third row B Dassler W Schllctlng Fourth row P Macedomo R Prumosch Frith row B Bergold L Anderson Suxth row H Strrnger V Guido J Stemer R Spong V Murphy G Farabaugh Seventh row G laune J Wallace R McBnde R Tillman J Farabaugh R Klumpe P Labat Gymnastics Club The Gymnastncs Club under the dlrechon of Mr John Ryder, ns an nts second year lt IS formed for those boys who are mterested In workmg on the parallel bars, the flymg rmgs the horizontal bar, the horse, and the spnngboard Thus year the experienced members concentrated their attentlons on one particular pnece of equnpment All dns played thelr talents by presenting an exhlbltlon ln the early sprmg Numerous sophomores and lumors wnll make next years club a success GYMNASTIC CLUB-Front row left to right B Joyce G Farrell P Broer B McBrrde J Lavery W Cznadel J Helst Second row J Swertner B Bermer M Fontalne H Tepper B DeCarlo S larsen . . . . 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Foreugn Students Naula Ahmed Pakustan Durung 1958 Northport Hugh was happy to greet Naula Ahmed of Karachu Pakustan and Omar Boury of Casablanca Morocco as representatuves from the Herald Trubune Youth Forum Both vusuted Northport for two weeks un March Durung theur stay Omar and Naula held dus cussuons un varuous classes and partucupated un panel groups They also studled Amerucan hustory and Englush luterature here attendung regular classes and doung assugnments as well Along wuth theur host students Kathy Lock wood and George Laurue our guests made several outsude trups Spendung two days un New York Cuty the students saw many of the New York sughts and collected souvenurs Together wuth the G O officers and theur host students Naula and Omar made a tour of the Brookhaven Laboratory on Eastern Long Island The Trubune vusutors also attended a North port Rotary Club luncheon as guests of honor f I Omar Boury Morocco Our two ambutuous fruends have led extremely unterestung luves Naula IS the oldest of four chuldren Her father Assus Ahmen us the Secretary to the Munustry of Commerce and her mother us a well known educator un Pakustan Naula us the head gurl of her school St Joseph s Convent un Karachu and plans to study further toward a lawyers degree un London She then would luke to enter polutucs Omar also comes from a large famuly He has five brothers and susters He has studued un a pruvate school un Casablanca and now plans to come to the Unuted States for hus hugher educatuon Omar would luke to be a duplomat mauorung un polutucal scuences and languages Northport Hugh certaunly enuoyed the presence f two such fine vusutors durung the past year George Laurue Omar Naula Kathy Lockwood Lee-C . xi, 1' T tl "A .T .Y 'et ' t 'U ' 'r S u L , , I vxn' X .H is , l , . . . ,I , , . . . 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'wr . ,.,t - l - I DG 3 gg " :jd , ' ,fi Q5 J P- .Q " I - S l , , l u jl 7 1 A , ' , ',f R NORUCCO Ranking Seniors Valedictorlan and Salutatoruan are the two highest honors a graduating ,A senior can hope to receive They sign: Q, fy the top two students of the gradu ating class For the Class of 1958 Carol Williamson was Valedlctorlan L' and Kathleen Lockwood was Saluta i""" torlan These gurls were honored as the """'r result of four years of conscientiously done school work The final four year average was obtained by averaging in every grade on the permanent rec ord card Therefore every mark must be of the highest caliber CAROL WILLIAMSON At Commencement Exercises the KATHY,-OCKWOOD valedldonan Valedictorran and Salutatorian gave sa,uMonan their customary speeches These scholastic honors were rlchly deserved by Carol and Kathy Students of the Month Student of the Month is an honor bestowed year each Student of the Month receives a certuti upon seniors in acknowledgment for service ren cate as a permanent token of recognition Although dered to the school The GO representatives elect Student of the Month is not yet an old accepted these students at the beginning of each month to tradition of Northport Hugh School it is fast becom serve for that month and they attend the meetings mg a coveted award among seniors and a goal of the United Schools of Western Suffolk for which underclassmen can work At the Award s Assembly at the end of the Front row left to right Kirsten Olsen Donna Farrell Carol Williamson Second row Nick Prlgge James Lavery Bill Anderson l n1 ll. 46 I5 . 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' " 'S .lu V " , ' " , . ,.a S , ,Q I ' .ITT -l - .V 7 L K .1 2 , A l 0'1" A X' 1- S l ' A , 44 tif ?- Gold Key Award Winners Kathy Lucas and Debbue Fatrman The Suffolk County Girls Athletlc Association each year presents an award to every sensor gurl who has earned sux hundred or more pomts ln sports actlvltles Thus gold key award IS dufflcult to obtann and IS prized by those who receive It This year the presentation was made at the Gold Key Dmner to Debby Falrman and Katherine Lucas the finest gurl athletes of the senior class Varsity Lettermen Durmg the past four years 25 members of the 1958 Senlor Class have received one or more of the sux avallable Varsity Letters It IS for this outstandlng achievement and their line sportsmanshlp that we congratulate fl: 930, 1 , Paul Broer Robert Buckland Duck DeAngells Roger Duffett Gene Farabaugh Charles Fleld Vmcent Gutdo John Hanham Gene Harned John Helst Walllam Leek Denms Loebs Vmcent Murphy Charles Peterson Nlck Prngge Jack Rogers Joe Sheflln Robert Spong James Steiner Donald Vltters X-'S z , W Iu "'- I fl' ' x X ffhl N Plerre Labat George Laurle Robert Wenz 'df I: msg, Q, J . . ,,, ul 2 ' 1 lv 8 ,tl ' - ' oh XY ,f S Om h. 1,11 ' ' ' IJ ' MW A i i f' J f ' X ,Lana l V-l . . - -? . - 'qv , -x? 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' Sf l o u , X Robert Klumpe James Wallace V- 'Mfg 11, ' ,Z R L .fl If L 1 , XX i ' f x f lx LH L5 1' Q :eg Q I W i ,J ff l s J- - C so Football Q11 191 351 wltlk,-s.-mf-,A .r FOOTBALL Front row If to right B Leek P lobat V Murphy G Laurie G Farabaugh R Spong V Guido J Wallace J Steiner G Horned John Ryder lHead Coochl Second row L Anderson J Smosky R Tillman P Macedonno After experiencing a tremendous graduation loss Coach John Ryder and his Tiger ll came back to gnve Northport High one of its most event ful seasons In recent years Their upsetting l4 6 victory over powerful Port Jefferson clumaxed what might have resulted in the Tigers first unsuccessful season smce i950 Previously, they had defeated Southampton, 20 7 and neighboring South Hunt mgton 7 0 thus establishing an overall 3 3 record Not only was the Port Jefferson game i Qy4,,i-half-,,,,g9A :pon ni: ""DBgQ J Farabaugh R Dussler B Schlnctmg B McDevott R Williams W Denny T DAmbroslo H Stringer J Perkowskn B Smith T Conklin Bruce Hunt lCoochl Roland Barker lCoachl Herbert Livingstone fCoachl dramatic ending for the Blue and Golds i957 Football Season, but at also marked the final game for ten of the finest gridiron men ever to come out of Northport Hugh Their indomitable spmt and fine ball handling helped us to win many a game, and it is for thus that we say thanks to Co captains Bob Spong and Gene Farabaugh veteran lmemen Vm me Guido Gene Harned, Pierre Labat, George Laurie, Jlm Steiner, and Vmce Murphy, and backs Bull Leek and Jimmy Wallace Spong Herbert Livingstone lCoacht Second row Gene Horned Bull Leek Jim Steiner George Laurie Vmce Murphy Gene Farabaugh Pierre labot Vmnle Guido Jim Wallace Northport Northport Northport Northport Northport Northport 96 2 l 0 6 7 VARSITY SCORES Southampton Huntington Lindenhurst Amityville South Huntangton O Port Jefferson Ls V 5 i ' Hg ' Vt Q ,,.,, X ' A, L A Q ,.5- . . . .4 i 'f'-' F' - ' V- 1 , et ' : . , . , . . , . , . l D , . , . ' ' , u .I I ll I I ' I . ' . I . . - - I . . - . . I . . I - , . . - i . . . . a ' ' . SENIORS-Front row, left to right: John Ryder lCoacht, Bob I M o ............ 7 ' ' . ........... ' 33 . ......... . . ' 7 O ............ ' ' 45 1 V sg . A A 4 ........... . 6 5. t f X . - ' 1" ,A ' -f,'.A" -fi 1 1 V .wi sf' ,- '- 41 is fist' t M' , f L '.,, ' " ' V j -ry I T- '- V i Y X c e fl ew X X I . - X, J- 'lllg R t -. 2 -V: . --M -'Gag FOOTBALL Front row left to rrght B Benson J Carden P Doepp P Panarttes M Wolfe C Mnddle ton J Hughes M Fernso Second row L Penney R Downs G Magnuson L Marr J Gardmer K Morrell D Gallagher E Madsen F Masterangelo F Soule D Egan D Prlmosch Mr Bruce Hunt lcoachl Mr Roland Barker lcoachl One of the most lmpressuve records ever pro duced at Northport Hugh was that of the l957 freshman football squad Led by quarterback Ed Wane plus backs Erme Klug Buddy Becker and Kevm McCoy they went on to compile a tlve game undefeated untled and Unscored upon record Coaches Richard McKay and Robert Krapf as well as the entire team, are to be congratulated for their outstanding accomplishment FRESHMEN Front row left to rrght R Ewmg lManagerl J Donnelly F Rose F Endee S Omnundsen F Campbell P Walsh L Blydenberg G DeAngelus B Weldon W McGarry L Andersen Second row Robert Krapf lCoach L Homkle Blake L Saunt Endee T Nolan D Smlth B Becker JV SCORES Lmdenhurst South Huntington l4 Northport Northport Northport Amltyvllle FRESHMAN SCORES Lmdenhurst West Babylon Amutyvulle South Huntmgton Northport Northport Northport Northport T Omnundsen P Smlth K Gargano C Schnelder B Heath cote W Kavanagh Rnchard McKay lCoachl Third row D Harned R Rlnaldo A Gasparrlno G Babcock E Wme K McCoy E Klug B Gawronsk: A Fredernckson L Mazoyer T Barra S Hubbard I ' ' - 0 ............ ' 7 ' 7 ............ ' . 6 ............ ' ' 32 , ' , . I8 ...... ...... ' 0 ' , 53 ............ 0 ' 20 ............ ' ' 0 ' ' ' . 25 ........,... ' O Northport 49 ............ Port Jefferson 0 . . : l, . ' , , . , . ', . ' , . I , A. , . ' , F. , . , . ' , . , . , . . ' riff ' an L JN I - ' v . f "g,. s A fc ' I tx 1 l l , I .L if I L 'ff-.af F . . A Front row, left to right: G. Gardiner, Miss Beatrice Barlie 1Coachl, man, D. Scheibe, D. Haufman, R. Himme, P. Basara, P. Madden, M. Hermann. Second row: S. Reidl, K. Lucas, S. Kasso, D. Fair- J. Vitarelli. Hockey This year's hockey season turned out to be one of Northport's finest. The team started the season properly by winning its first game against Smithtown, 2-l. The next triumph came with the defeat of Brentwood, 3-l, and then Bellport, 3-0. It was a disappointment that such a champion- ship team could not attend Playday which had been canceled. We are confident that the girls would have brought many honors home to Northport. Coach Beatrice Barlie is to be commended for her eftorts. SENIORS-Front row left to right: S. Reidt, K. lucas, K. Olsen, K. Lockwood, D. Fairman, D. Scheibe, M. Hermann, C. Del Giudice, P. Basara, R. Himme, B. Schillinger. I ff- I' ,,-- e 4 X T if il fi X , ax, Ci 5' FRESHMAN HOCKEY-Front row, left to right: E. Pelilo, J. Gosman, C. Spong, C. Zarling, l. McMullen. Second row: D. lewis, J. Peterson, M. Williams, Jennie lynch lCoachl, P. Ker- wick, J. Endres, T. Nash. 98 Front row, left to right: T. Sullivan, C. Schauss, M. Fontaine, Comerford, R. Klumpe, D. Berglund, R. Cannon, J. Hanham C. Triolo, J. McGowen, P. Broer, J. Shetlin, R. Duffett, Jack F. Rugeff D- Villefi, G- Slflelllih, 5. MCBFHO, N- P5999 Rogers lCo-Captainl. Second row: Mr. Donald Corie lCoachJ, J. lCo-Captaini. Soccer Under the direction of coaches Don Corie and "Corky" Lynch, the Tiger soccer team compiled one of the most impressive records since their origin at Northport High. The over-all record was 3-5-l, but victories over Smithtown, Brentwood and South Huntington, plus a tie with Amityville, established the Tiger Booters as one of the most under-rated teams in Suffolk. The Tigers' 2-2 "moral victory" over Amity- ville provided the climax of their '57 season. FRESHMEN-Front row, left to right: P. Delany, P. Nolan, G. Saltz, K. Bauser, C. Braun, B. Page, K. Waldon, T. White, R. Usher, J. Whalen, B. Johnson. Second row: Paul Fazio lCoachJ, M. lngraham, J. Stamm, W. Braiden, P. Frohn, L. Kaliski, R. Page, M. Santoro, J. Gardiner, G. Kaplan, F. Van- l.eer, W. Kessler, P. Krusa, T. Beccaria, F. Correia, H. Lush, S. Kout, T. lllyes, D. Condit. , XE. Fi I 1 .1 5 . f f.: - .fl . 1 ' . in .. , . - . - VARSITY SCORES Northport 0 ............. Smithtown 3 Northport 2 . . . . West lslip 3 Northport 0 . . . . Central lslip 3 Northport 0 . . . . Bay Shore 3 Northport I . . . . Smithtown O Northport l .. . West lslip 2 Northport 2 .. . South Huntington 0 Northport 2 . . . Amityville 2 Northport 2 .. . Brentwood l SENIORS-Left to right: Roger DuHett, Bah McBride, Nick Prigge, Joe Shetlin, Paul Broer, Jack Rogers, John Hanham, Don Vitters, Bob Klumpe. ,QWQ Q at 49. :iff 9 TJ ...fs A AMT 'lk..1:1 VARSITY SCORES Basketball Left to nght R Duttett B Leek C Peterson C Freld R DeAngells G Farabaugh B Buckland D Vntters W Kozmsky T Conklm B Spong J Rogers lManagerl The Northport Hugh School basketball team had a falrly successful season durmg the 1957 58 campaugn after losmg most of last years expe ruenced sensors Coach John Stumpe dvd a tlne lob of rebulldlng while leading the Tigers through a tough game schedule wrth a 6 8 record Thus past year Northport moved up from the A 2 league to A l The A l league IS composed of the largest schools In Suffolk County accordmg to attendance figures Even though the Tngers moved unto more advanced surroundmgs they held theur own quite well endlng up un a thlrd place tle wlth Port Jefferson and a 4 6 league mark SENIORS-Front row left to nght Roger Duttett Bull Leek Charles Peterson Bob Spong Rnchard DeAngells Bob Buckland Don Vutters Gene Farabaugh Charles Fueld Nonhpod Nonhpon Nodhpon Nonhpon Nodhpon Nonhpon Nonhpod Nonhpon Nonhpon Nonhpon Nodhpon Nonhpon Nonhpon Nonhpon Smlthtown Kmgs Park West Babylon Hauppauge Llndenhurst Amltyvrlle Huntmgton Port Jefferson S Huntmgton Lindenhurst Amltyvllle Huntmgton Port Jetterson S Huntmgton 50 44 61 50 lY' fs' -' Q f txt ' -za ' J. F . sss 1 --A ,.,l 2.1 53- ' 45 57- ' 33- 40- 67 47- ' 68 48- ' ' 65 68- ' 98 64- 6l 59-. ' 69 6l-- ' 57 66- ' ' 6l 55- ' 63 50- 70--. ' X,: J iff' '92 V lx! Nb X f ' Xgxu Northport Northport Northport Northport Northport Northport Northport Northport Northport Northport Northport Northport Northport Northport SCORES Smlthtown K1ngs Park Hauppauge West Babylon Lmdenhurst Am1tyv1lle Huntmgton Port JeFFerson S Huntmgton Lmdenhurst Amntyvulle Huntmgton Port Jefferson S Huntmgton FRESHMEN SCORES NHS NHS NHS NHS NHS NHS NHS NHS NHS NHS NHS South Huntmgton East lsllp Greenlawn Half Hallow Hllls Central lsllp Port Jefferson Half Hollow Hllls South Huntmgton East lsllp Port Jefferson Smnthtown JUNIOR VARSITY Front row left to rght F Masterangelo B Rotella J Smosky B DeCarlo F Soule Second row J Carden lManagerl L Masuccn K McCoy R Engert S Jones E Klug FRESHMEN Front row left to rght J Whalen M lngraham G DeAngel1s R Usher G Saltz Second row Robert Krapf fCoachJ R DuHett D Sm th A Freder nckson T Whnte Rnchard McKay lCoachl Th1rd row P Krusa R Rlnaldo L Andersen G Rankun C Schnender L Blydenberg vi, si l0I I J.v. ,V . Q 33- . 44 4 . g .. .3 N 53- ' 35 " 47- 44 ' t' I 42- 45 J R 42- ' 38 3 3 50- ' ' 58 1 32- ' 40 70- 51 H -2 at 1 32- . ' eo ' , f ' -l 46- ' 47 I 50- ' ' 47 ' 57- ' 59 X A 51- 41 A J ' 36- . ' 45 f '17 Y' - , . -, - , ' 4 . , . Q , . ND! L , . , . ,. . X1 ...38- ' 41 3 J it . - - 47- ' 45 5 . ' he Q3 .1 as . . . 54- 45 ' U J . . . 56- ' 27 1 9 7 ...74- ' I7 .1138Etf4'.'lU5f' 4 . . . 44- 45 as 1 ' Y - - - 61- l 43 'l ll 1 ' t . . . 30- ' 43 401 'QQ 5 211 . . . 50- ' 33 1 ' 1 .A . . . 34- 36 ,ef 4 ' V ...54- ' 4 X ' 7 1 1 1 1 'J ' tl I xl A 'a 'L-' , 1 ,y l ' l 'll '- Volleyball we 'F' VOLLEYBALL SENIORS Front r w left to right K Lucas M Smnth A Smuth P Bcsora Second row B Gagne C Del Guldlce P Johnson J Ahlers R Vent Thrrd row J Loggua D Falrmon S Reldt M Her mann R Hlmme J Maloney J Warhollk B Schlllmger Front row left to rrght S Kasso K Lucas D Falrmon S Reldt M Hermann Second row G Gardmer B Barlle lCoachl P Bascra I 2'1- -nl Q, FRESHMAN - Front row left rig t: E. Pet'to L. McMu en Seaman J. Toney. Second row: Schillinger M. Williams Mrs. Shymak lCoachl P. Kerwick Hagelin. l02 Vltallty and hugh splrlts gave strength to thus years volleyball team Although the glrls dld not experuence a vlctorlous season, their wllllngness and optumustuc attntude umpressed the other teams and bolstered our school spmt Although the honor team was plagued by ab sentees at Playday, the substitutes came through with a fine showing of two wlns and one loss Phyllls Darch a sophomore, was named the most valuable player of the Northport team JM .1 N-.W Basketball The girls' basketball turnout was marked by enthusiasm. There was keen competition among both intramural and class teams. The honor team had a good season, winning 2 out of 3 games. They defeated Brentwood and South Huntington, losing only to Port Jefferson. At Playday the girls fared well led by Captain Katherine Lucas and Coach Beatrice Barlie winning one, losing one and tying one. Ginny Matson was awarded the Outstanding Player award so K SJ' Front row left to right V Dehn K Lucas M Corlis Second row D Underhill C Klein G Matson G Gardiner B Barlle lCoachl D Fairmon P Basara D Scheibe SENIORS-Front row left to right D Foirman D Scheibe A Smith Aix K Lucas P Basara Second row D Underhill S Hagelthorn Farrell all at Q U f... FRESHMEN Front row left to right Mrs H Shymak lCoachl Second row P Schillrnger N Hubbard W Smyth G Madden M Williams N Olsen P Kerwick J Lockwood N Bontantr B Seaman C Zarlmg IO3 Softball 1 frat? as 6 'WI PM f dx GIRLS SOFTBALL Front row left to right T LaDuca L Fornuto C Stodola M Corliss N Morrell aruso I ch unner are I Lee B Sch: u er Miss Beatrice Barlie lcoachl J Tunstall J Clnquemann D Besterman A Carlson K Lucas M Bolk Third row B Dodd P Doll D Haufman D Farrell C Freudenberg B Hspwell S Cross M Smith G Gardiner E Gesko V Mattson D Underhill S Hagelthorn S Reudt Judging from the large turnout for softball this year the gurls should really put out an exceptional team Under the supervision of Miss Beatrice Barlue an intramural program is organized consisting of various teams whose outstanding members are selected to represent Northport In interscholastic competition Others are chosen for their class teams, which play against each other to determine the school champions So, as you can see, there s quite a program organized for the girls and they certainly take advantage of at Front row left to right J Harley R Dubb W Coleman F Campbell R Dbb Second row J Purvls J McKowen W Schllctlng D Loebs T Beccarla Third row W Q C Shauss C Napoli J Ahern T Omnundsen S Shopa Fourth row T Nolan lManagerJ T Gasparruno F DeGeorge S Hubbard W Kavanagh T DAndraxa Peter Buonomo lCoachl Wrestling under the direction of Coach Buonomo IS a compara tively new sport at Northport High and although the team had only a mediocre season record wise the experience picked up by its mem bers was invaluable The fact that the squad as made up of under classmen plus one senior, Dennis Loebs heightens the Importance ot such experience to future years Three grapplers Bull Schlnchtnng Bob Wilson, and Tony DeAndrea were outstanding In their respec tive weight classes, and should be a malor asset to next year's team ' . . A 1 rw fa, , 1 . , gust, ,rglg ,., ' . ' ' ' " " 7 D . '-. -A, ll -I'2f11f't'Z . 'f -" l -fx -. , ., Zh i , I-sf A Q ,Q ' gi. , xg . . Q' Y., 1 Q T I? . A, I ' L - it . VY V - fl' - . if Nxt. ' J. Wright, M. Lewis, D. Braiden, D. Scheibe, L. Cooper, C. Kline, J. Cholnsky. Second row: P. C , . Ko , J. Br , J. Vit ll', B. k, . 'll'ng , ' ' ' , . I ' I I , ' I - , . ' , . , . , . i . ' sf . I l ' . I ' X . . . - I 'I 1 . I I ., V : . . . I Track TRACK Front row left to nght C Schausse T Krychuk J Smosky P Panarutes J Wallace J Mc Kowen S Larsen C Hart P Broer Second row J Carden B McDev1tt G Meyer W Kozmsky V Murphy B Spong P Labat F DeGeorge G Staehlm B Joyce W Cannon J Jones As TIGER TALES goes to press a host of able athletes are anxiously awaatmg the arrlval of the 1958 track season The squad as In past years, wlll be directed by Coach John Ryder Steve Larsen and Malt Baker are expected to take on the pole vaultlng asslgn ments, while Tum Adams wull be invaluable In the broad lumpmg events Combmlng the runmng abllrty of Jerry Smosky Platt Penney Gerald Staehlln and a host of others, should spell out a very successful season BasebaH After successfully annexmg the past three County Baseball Crowns, Coach Tiffany and hs Tlger 9 began bulldmg a brand new club for the 58 season Thus was necessary due to the loss of two thirds of last year s Varslty Team vla the graduatuon route Flve Tuger lettermen who re turned to the scene this year were catchers, Jam Stemer and John fx-.ll Ettlnger, pntchers Bob Buckland and Bob Rotella, plus second baseman, Bull Smith Wlth thus core of capable veter ans an mlnd, therefore, the pros pects for the future are bright and we feel the commg season wull be 9,4164 one of achievement and ment VARSITY BASEBALL Front row left to right T Templeton J Farabaugh T Adams J Hanham B Rotella B Madsen J Perkowskl S cond row Mr George Tsffany lCoachl J Stemer D DeAngel1s J Ettlnger B Buckland B Smlth J Kennedy QQ-Q , . I ' , x X y C 'gn ..- 1 ,K . A . L. . - , 1 - , . , - , . f - , - - , . , . , . . : . , . , . , - I . , . , . , . , . , . , . ,. . I ' I ' I I . 1 , :. , . , - 1 . , . , . , . . e : . ' i 4 1 I 1 I - I Q , 1 I ' ' ll 0 ll e u 1 ' I ,WA 1 fI U ll 1 - I-.,.,...., 3 . Z!! - .. - A l, t, h X ' 'S ' fi I I 4 Q 1,1 , t ' 'I' -.- K ' J' - 1 4+ ', " - Q . . -- 48 A . ,- ' Each year, in September, you'Il find quite a few of the girls in the field, gym or the parking lot after school, trying out for cheerleading. Two squads, each con- sisting of six girls, are chosen to lead the spectators in cheers for the J,.V. and Var- sity sports. This year, led by Mrs. Jennie Lynch, the girls learned and practiced many new cheers which were introduced to the spec- tators at two pep assemblies during the year. The cheerleaders also took part in organizing the election and coronation of the Football Queen and her attendants. This year's squads of cheerleaders should be commended for the spirit and enthusiasm they exhibited. Even when their team was behind, they supported it, and many a time cheered it on to an unexpected victory. Gml g offfl' fi X W IQ it ,Q lm1l:.' ,4,f'i: -.V - W D 4 til ll ' fi-1 VP l l ,Jin 1 'fl 'fy 8, , Q21 cs l ean CAPTAINS-Front row, left to right: N. Morrell, N. Malkmus, Mrs. Lynch lCoachl, M. Hermann, K. Lund. Cheerleading ,. , VW' W a ,EE I A s .us .5355 .qnvg,y"T-. lvipxst g5'of "s 'Sift 5104 1 'sa ah A :Ti Lab fo., .Pt AA .4 Tl N 1 -8- - x q nm' "' f 413- Q J sro fglilf-51' 5. , left to right: Kathy Lockwood, Barbara Dodd, Nancy Lou Morrell, Karen Lund, Linda Faath, Judy Tunstall. I welll ' l K I QW' cc 75M g.,.,?, My X Front row, left to right, along the "N": l. Faath, N. Malkmus, N. Morrell, M. Hermann, K. Lockwood, P. Johnson, B. Dodd, M. Schatt, K. Lund, C. Dale, J. Tunstall, J. Cinquemani. Left to right: M. Schatt, N. Malkmus, M. Hermann, P. Johnson, J. Cinquemani, C. Dale. " ll 1 lf " T ' 'l 1VlllIlll"l lwll PATRONS Mrs. Paul Ahlers Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Anderson Miss Barbara Beckman Bellecresl' Markef Mr. and Mrs. Sfanley Bergold Mr. and Mrs. E. Blydenburgh Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Buchanan Mr. and Mrs. Evard Chessman and Mrs A Dengel and Mrs A Del Gludlce and Mrs J Duffefl' and Mrs John Evers Jr Launder-Res+ Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. John Laurie Henry Lehman M. Lockwood J. Lucas Henrik Lund Ernes'r Malkmus and Mrs. W. Morrell and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Oscar Olsen Roderick Phllp John Reese H Schelloe and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Leonard and Mrs and Mrs Wllllam J Faalh Donald Faurman Eugene Farabaugh Donald Farrell Fle d Charles Freudenberg Edward Gagne Mrs Reme Ganzenmuller Dr and Mrs Arnold A Schlllmger H Schllechmg H Muller Mr and Mrs Joseph Sheflln Mr and Mrs Donald Smllh Mr and Mrs F Sposa'I'o Mr and Mrs Joseph Sfone Dr and Mrs A Trlolo Una s Beauly Salon and Mrs James Guido and Mrs J Hermann and Mrs Francis X Hickey Mrs M Koch Larkfleld Sfahonery Mr and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs George H Veil' Charles VlH'ers A Warhollk Rober'r D Wlllnamson P J Wlfle Mr. . . ' Mr. . Mr. . . ' ' Mr. . ' ' Mr. . . Mr. . Mr. . , . Mr. . . ' Mr. . ' ' . . . . ' ' Mr. . ' . ' ' - . Mr. . . . ' Mr. . . . ' Mr. ' l . . . Mr. . . . Mr. . . . . ' Mr. . ' . . . ' Mr. . . Mr. . ' Mr. . ' . ' Mr. . . ' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jakobs Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A. Wells . . Mr. . . ' ' ' ' Mr. . . . ' PRESIDENT GENE FARABAUGH FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT JOHN ETTINGER SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT BOB w1LL1AMs SECRETARY KAREN LUND TREASURER FRAN LUCIANO 1957 GENERAL G O STORE Support BASKETBALL GAMES SPRING FORMAL ASSEMBLIES DRINK MACI-IINE 1 9 5 8 ORGANIZATION Your G O FOOTBALL GAMES CHRISTMAS DANCE F RESHMEN WELCOME DANCE FOOTBALL QUEEN EXCHANGE S'I'UDENTS llllllll I II lllfl l l.l1lI lllilllll llll ll ll '1ll.lllll Ill lllll llll GAIL CRONIN JEANNE DANIELS CAROL DALE SUSAN CLANCY ELIZABETH CESKO NANCY HARRISON GAIL GARDINER JUDY GILBODY CONNIE BRUSH PHYLLIS JACOBS BILL ANDERSON BOB BERGOLD JACR CROCRETI DICK DeANGELIS ROGER DUFFETT GENE FARABAUGH VINNIE CUIDO PIERRE LABAT T. K. B. 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