Robert L Simpson High School - Huntingtonian Yearbook (Huntington, NY)
- Class of 1952
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l sat studying at the feet of the masters
With sincere gratitude and respect, the Class
of 1952 proudly dedlcates the HUNTINGL
TONIAN to Miss Julia Reeder Dean of Students
and to Mr William Higble Chairman of the
Business Department With deep regret we learn
that this year marks the close of their many
faithful years in our school
In her forty four years in the Huntington
schools Miss Reedefs vast interest has instilled
in thousands of students the loy of learning At
all times she is a model of graclousness With
her gentle yet firm understanding both of the
serious and of the trivial her never falling sense
of humor and her unswervlng Integrity Miss
Reeder holds the respect of all of the students
who have walked these halls Her rare ability
to remember the names and backgrounds not
only of us who are still in school but also of
our returning alumni has Indeed given us a
feeling of being united She will continue to
hold a warm place in the hearts of all of us who
are privileged to know her
Mr. Higbie, with his record of forty-one years
of teaching is another outstanding teacher ln
addition to his regular duties he was for many
years the bookkeeper for the General Organ:
zation and the Business Adviser for the HUNT
INGTONlAN We could cite many examples of
his genuine Interest in young people We are
thinking here of his active work ID the Boy
Scouts of America movement we are recalling
his wide and continued correspondence with our
alumni especially with the boys who were in
service we are remembering the many seniors
made happy by the Washington trips that he
planned These and other services so gener
ously rendered have won for Mr Hlgble a pos:
tion of esteem in the community and in the
The Class of 1952 in extending its best wishes
to Miss Reeder and to Mr Hlgbue hopes that
they will continue to find much happiness
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How sweet the silent backward tracings. These
and other words of Walt Whitman, our Huntington
Poet, inspired us throughout our work on the 1952
HUNTINGTONIAN. Here he reminds us of the
pleasantness of recalling past experiences. Your
HUNTINGTONIAN staff hopes that in later years
this book will mirror the many happy memories
shared by all of us at Simpson High School.
Although there is satisfaction in reviewing the
past, to our graduating seniors the future, with its
unsolved problems and its goals to be attained, is
indeed more challenging. May we meet what lies
ahead of us with the confidence voiced by our
Poet of Democracy when he says-
The past and the present wilt-I have fill'd them,
And proceed to fill my next fold ofthe future . . .
MR. ROBERT CUSHMAN
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Left to Right: Carl V. Warren, Sherburne P. Sweetland
Charles Bechtold, Charles P. McFadden, Howard OI
sen, Harry J. Wareing, J. Gordon Thomson, Richard L.
McCormack. Absent from picture: Frank Metzger.
MR. CARL V. WARREN
MISS JULIA REEDER
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MR. MERLE SCHOEPFLIN
Dean of Boys
Miss Hutchinson, Mr. Class
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Mr. Fenton, Mr. Link
Sitting: Mr. Higbie. Standing fleft to rightj:
Mr. Kubisa, Mr. Puetz, Miss Andrews, Miss
Hale, Miss Coleman.
ENGLISH -LIBRARY + REMEDIAL READING
, - X Top Row fleft to rightj: Mrs. Potter, Mr. Marlowe, Miss Wyeth,
' ' f Mr. AIIen, Miss Buchanan, Mr. Marantz.
X- Front Row fleft to rightjr Miss L nch, Miss Cashman, Miss An-
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drew, Miss Cubley.
SOCIAL STUDIES DRIVER EDUCATION
fLeff To Righfj: Miss Clark, Mr. Raynor, Miss KLeH Io Righfl: Mr. P. McCor1hy, Mr. IIIicIc.
Wilcox, Miss Taylor.
HEALTH DEPARTMENT LANGUAGE TEACHERS
fLeff fo Righty: Mrs. Mesmer, Miss Waters, ILeff fo Righfj: Miss Meissner, Miss Ransom,
Mrs. Boll, Mr. Sipos. Miss Goodrich.
sclemce , V' SHOP
fLeff fo Righfj: Mr. Granger, Mrs. Puuldfng, fleff io Righfjs Mr. Jubenville, Mr. Carter,
Mr. Bcty. Mr. Paris.
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HOME ECONOMICS MATHEMATICS
KLeff fo Righfl: Miss Colgan, Mrs. Capone. fleff fo Righflr MF. MCCGVHWY, M555 V00 WUVT
emor Cfaaa .Maforg
How can I pass the impenetrable blank of the future?
Remember us? We were the seniors way back in
52 There were no big hurricanes that year none
of us got on television or won a championship Still
it was a year we won t forget for a long time
It all began inthe sunny September of 51 when
we came back as superior seniors to waxed floors
and wide eyed sophomores We had to do a little
rearranging from the executive standpoint as our
president Robert Lasker had moved away We
slid vice president Bob Halligan up to fill the
empty position and chose Bill Hammann to assist
Other officers were secretary Lynda Nicholson
and Marlon Zoeller our cash box handler
Soon the leaves were falling and October was
ushering in the football season Ronmes Weckesser
and O Malley won All Suffolk Honors for the team
We didn t think It possible for a year to go so
quickly' Before we knew it spnng had come and
gone Sports Nite the Masque production and
the concert were over Senior day then our last
wild fling before Regents I I lust know I II fail' J
Commencement' I dont know whether you cried
a little or sighed a lot that summer evening In the
park when you got your diploma but chances are
you re saying now Gee I wish I were back in
the last football game I II go to in high school?
Do you remember then how we all looked for
ward to the first basketball game and the first
snowfall that would mean winter was really here?
Wmter the busiest season of all with the
games the Prom and so many clubs to loin
MISS VAN WART
Senior Class Adviser
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Left to Right Bob Halllgan BII
Hammann Lynda Nicholson Mar
non Zoeller Reinhard Menke
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DAVE AMMARELL Farmer
Enough work to do and Jtrength enough to ao the work
Volleyball 2 3 4 J V FootbaIl2 Varsity Football
2 3 Wrestling 4 Track2 Boys Student l.eacIers4
CHARLES ANDRESEN Chuck
By JportJ lzhe thefe are all htf cares heguzld
Intramural Football 2 4 Baseball 3 4 Intramural
Basketball 2 4
DANIEL ARCHER Ichabod
I loo am ltntranflatahle
School Store Manager 3 4 Retail Club 4
WILLIAM ARCHER Arch
Wzth hu ejef zn ood wzth laughter
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Basketball 3 4
MARY BARLOTTA Buffy
Lt e lf mortly roth and hnhhle
II' hat can he anruered he anfu err and u hat cannot
he antu ered he fhour hou 1t cannot he anxzcered
Forum 3 4 Cross Country 2 Band 2 3 4
HERBERT ABOFF "Honest Abe the Bookie"
Oh, thif pernicioar rice of gaming!
Executive Council 3, Intramural Football 2, 3, 4,
Intramural Basketball 2, 4, Highlights 3, Nine
O'CIock Club 4.
JOHN ALBER "Fuzzy"
Datier well performed. and dayf well Jpent.
Radio 3, 4, Golf 4, Intramural Basketball 4.
She if in her place and nzoref with perfect balance.
Twirling 2, 3, Softball 2, Bowling 3, 4, Library
Club 2, 3, Proiection Squad 4.
JUNE ALBINSON Bug
A great artzrt can paznt a great pzctare on a Jrnall
Chorus 2 3 4 Art Club 2 3 4 Hockey 2 Basket
ball 2 3 4 NineOCIock Club 2 3 Huntingtonian
Art Staft 3 4 Volleyball 2
A gooa' came nzahef a float heart and a ytrong arm
Radio Club 2 3 4 Prolection Squad 2 3 4 Pho
ROSE AMBROSIO Tillie
Dances fczth the honrf
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LESTER BARSTOW Les
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HENRY BERLETH Hunk
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CHARLES BERNARDI Chub
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LILY MAE BETHEL Connle
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GERALD BEYER Jerry
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earbook Busnness Staff 4
VIRGINIA BISHOP Glnny
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LOUIS BOCCIA Bosh
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I hear the dance nzufic of all nationr - the waltz,
Badminton 21 Ping Pong 2.
ALFRED BONTI "Al"
Here if a man tallied - He reallzer here what he haf
Projection Squad 2 3 4 Intramural Football 2
Volleyball 2 3 Badminton 2 3 4
ALICE BOWDEN All
L1 e and lone are all a dream
Orchestra 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Volleyball 2 3
4 Basketball 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Arista
2 3 4 Huntingtoman Literary Stat? 4 Art Club
2 3 Highlights 4
MARTHA BROADLEY Squirrel
Maqnzfyzng and applyznq come I
Masque 2 Nine O Clock Club 2 Prolection Squad
Thru Irteer my bark and fall on GL en heel uzth gentle
In cahzn al fhzpy at tea the hozznrllen hlue on erery Jule
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Hockey 2 3 Basketball 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4
Photography 4 Golf 4
Solztarg frngtng 0 the uert Iftrrhe up ora new uorld
Highlights 4 Nine OClock Club 4 Masque 4
Photography 4 Basketball 4 Softball 4
A ortunate hahzt 0 hezng contented
Tennis 2 3 Photography 4 Masque 4 Bowling 4
joy 0 fueet mtutc joy 0 the lzghtezl ball room and
Forum 4 Nine OClock Club 4 Highlights 4 Golf
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DOUGLAS CHILTON Doug
Blau trnmpeter ree and clear
Band 2 3 4 Photography 4 Prolectlon Squad 2
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Highlights 4 Yearbook 4 Tennis 2 3 Basketball
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Mufcle and pluck orezer
BARBARA DAANE Bobby Q
Gentle zn manner fzrong zn per ornmnce
Hockey 2 3 Tennus 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 gs
Badmnnton 2 3 4 lManagerl Softball 2 3 4
G A C 4 Arnsta 2 3 4 Masque 3 4 Chorus
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Band 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Intramural Football
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RICHARD DEAN Jug
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Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Intramural Football
FRANK DeROSA Sunny
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I See lmu' well zlrexfzl. .ree IJOII' orderly.
Huntingtonian Business Stat? 3, Art Decoration 4.
A merry bear! that lazzgbf at fare
Football 2 3 Basketball 3 4
MARY COSTA Mar
joy 0 flu Jul llglnl be mzzng day
Basketball 2 Hockey 2 Softball 2 Tennis 2
ROCHELLE COSTA Rae
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Baseball 2 3 4 Hockey 2 3 Basketball 2 3 4
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VIRGINIA CRAFT Gmny
See bear andum fzlent
Chorus 2 Art Club 4 Golf 4
JOHN CURNIN Hersh
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Chorus 2 3 4 Huntungtonlan Busuness Stat? 4
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pt' nAvm EHLERS Dave
He holdf the pan hey 0 hearty
sl etball 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 lCaptam 42
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Nme OClock Club 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Lubrary 4
Beautz ul acer are thofe that wear whole fouled
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Math 4 Photography 4
Now I have heard you
Volleyball 2 3 4 Hockey2 3 4 Pang Pong 2 3
4 Tenms 2 3 4 fManager 41 G A C 2 4 HIY
2 3 4 fPresudent 41 Student Leaders 3 4
BARBARA FINELLO Bobble
Wherz my cue comer call me and I uzll anfwer
Masque 2 3 4 Thespuan 3 4
KATHRYN DeYOUNG Kay
Glzdzng 0 er all through all
Hockey 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Tenms 2 4
Softball 2 3 4 Volleyball 2 3 Cheerleader
Varsuty 3 4 Band 2 3 Chorus 2 Slgma Mu 4
Youth large lufty lotzng
Track 2 3 4 Student Leaders 4
RITA DIGIACOMO Duggy
Bookf and rtend: yhould he ew and good
Library Club 2 3 4 lPreslclentJ Hockey 2 3
Basketball 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Volleyball
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ERIC DRASDO Sonny
The true fhzp 11 the .rhzphutlderx
Gzte me mme mufzc
Baseball 2 Basketball 3 Bowling 3 4 Hlghllghts
3 Huntmgtoman Buslness Stat? 4 Masque 3 4
Tenms 4 Business Club 4
RICHARD ECKERT Dlck
A merry heart maketh a cheer ul countenance
Prolectuon Squad 2 3 4 Racllo Club 3 4
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Band 2, 4, Highlights 2, 4, Masque 2, 4, Nine
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JAMES FU SARO "Foo"
Our courxe if choferz - .fpread the fail.
Intramural Football 2.
JAMES GATTI "Gai"
A man? happinefy if to tlo a manfr true work.
PATRICIA GILL "Pat"
To women Jilerlce it the bert ornament.
Archery 2- Badminton 2- Tennis 2- Huntingtonian
Business Staff 4
GOLDA GOLDBLUM Goldle
A day for toll an hour or Jport
Student Leaders2 3 4 lPresidentI Chorus2 3 4
Library Club 3 4 G A C 3 4 Executive Council
3 NineOClock Club 3 Hockey 2 3 4 Bowling 2
lManager 3 45 Archery 2 Tennis 2 3 4 Soccer
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Here I ull! nt and let the IOIHZIII o mane creep zn
Huntingtonian Business Stal? 4 Business Club 4
Masque 2 Nine OClock Club 3 Highlights 2 3
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I fend thee a fhell rom the ocean beach
Tennis 2 3 Forum 2 3 4 Masque 4 Reporters
Club 4 Girls Hi Y 3 4 Huntingtonian Business
To look uzth calm gaze or uzth a afhtng eye
Masque2 3 4 NineOClock Club2 Forum 3 4
Reporters Club 4 Junior Red Cross 2 3 Tennis
2 3 Girls H1 Y 2 3 4 lTreasurerI
The great artut ty the Jtmplz er
Art Club 3 4
HOWARD HABBERSTAD Howie
Seek fatlor the Jafe harbon
Chorus 2 3 4
ROBERT HALLIGAN Bob
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more welcome or ztmzerfal than he tx
Senior Class President Executive Council 4 Hunt
mgtoman Business Staff 4
GREGORY HALLINAN Greg
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Follouzng many and ollowed hy many I defcend
Into the arena
F otball 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4
Masque 2 3 Nlne OClock Club 2 3 Boys HI Y
3 4 Senlor Class Vnce Presndent Physncs Servnce
A Jweet attraclzze hcnd o charm
Busmess Club 4 Huntlngtoman Buslness Staff 4
GRACE HANSEN Stretch
The Jrngery are welcomd underftood appear o ten
Nme OClock Club 2 3 Executive Council 3 Hu Y
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Baseball 2 3 2nd Vnce Presldent of G O 3
RICHARD HEILIGENSTADT Rlchle
But I knou they go toward the heit touard
Band 2 3 4
fluent luxurzant fel content ond 0 perfonf and
Buslness Club 4 Huntnngtoman Business Staff 4
JEAN HENDERSON Jeany
A thang Jerzoufly purfued a ordf true enjoyment
Chorus2 3 4 Hlghllghts2 3 4 Lubrary Club2 3
Reporters Club 4 French Club 4 Executive Coun
VIVIAN HENDRICKSON Lovesy
I fuear to you there are dwzne thzngx more heautz ul
than word! can tell
Chorus2 3 4
WALTER HENKE Otto
The young mechanzc If clofeft to me he hnouf me well
Volleyball 2 Intramural Basketball 3
BARBARA HERX Bobby
Touard that uhzrlzng current laughzng and huoyant
Cheerleadmg 3 4 Hn Y3 4 Tenms2 3 4 Hunt
mgtoman Art Staff 4 Art Club 2 3 4 Basketball
2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Executive Councul 4
PATRICIA HESS Pat
Vzrtue and Jenfe are one
Math Club 3 4 French Club 4 Huntlngtonuan 4
Masque 3 Nme O Clock Club 3 Basketball 2
Who haf Lone artheft or I 16011161 go arther
Arnsta 2 3 4 Executive Council 4 HIY 3
Student Leaders 3 4 Thespuan 3 4 Masque 3
Nme OClock Club 2 3 4 Huntungtonlan 3
lEd In Chief 45 Tennus 2 3 4 French Club
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 4 Softball 2, 3,
LEONARD HICKS "Len"
Steady and tall he xtands
Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 4,
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PHOEBE JENNETTE Marie
By tbe nork one knouf :be workman
Hunhngtonnan Business Staff 4 Business Club 4
ELEANOR JOHANNESSEN Ellle
Anal tbe 1 one o my :pmt lallzed zlae Jong o tbe bml
ELAINE JOHNSON LCIYIIB
O to make tbe mo!! jubilant Jong
Chorus 2 3 4 Basketball 2 Twnrlung 3 Nine
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Slrongg aml contenf I zraz el lbe open road
Radio Club 4
WILLIAM JULIANO Goal'
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JAMES HILL "Red"
Tbe long patb before me. leading zvbererer I cboofe.
BRUCE HOINS "Butch"
Tbe flou' :rife mzile.
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mural Football and Volleyball 2 3 4
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Ibaze no mocbmgl or zrgumuzzr I uztnen and uazl
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FRANCES HYNE Fran
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It zf not ftrength hut art ohtaznr the prize
Basketball 3 4 Softball 3 4 Art Club 4
He who faafdenf at thought 0 tdlenen cannot he uile
Hockey 2 3 Basketball 2 3 Volleyball 2 3 Base
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The hzng hunfel ollow d when the hat walk ti he ore
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Leaders 2 3 4 Glrls HIY 2 3 4 Library Club
2 3 4 IPresldent 31 Executuve Council 2 3 4
Forum 2 3 Cheerleaders 3 4 Huntmgtoman 4
Hockey 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 Tennis 3
PATRICIA KITCHEN Pat
I-Iurryzng wzth the modern crowd aJ eager df any
Nme OClock Club 2 3 4 Masque 4 Orchestra
2 3 4 Softball 2
DONALD KOHLER Don
Wzth muxzc Jtrong I come
Band 2, 3, 4, Varsuty Football 3
WALTER KRAUSS "Walt"
I wear my hat af I pleaxe, tndoon or out
Varsuty Baseball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4,
Forum 2, Masque, Student Leaders 4
Singing all ttme mtndtng no tzme
Photography 4 Proqectuon Club 4 lTransfer Stu
Speedzng thraugh rpace fpeetizng through heaten and
Tradk 2 ff: Gross Country 2 3 4 Golf 2 3 4
I am an acme 0 thtngf accomplzyhed
'Executive Councul2 3 4 Hughlughts2 3 4 fEdltor
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Prolectuo Servuce Squad 2 3 4 lPresldent 41
Radio Amateurs Club 2 3 4 Wrestllng 4
KATHLEEN KELLY Kathie
I hear the found I love the found of the human uozce
Llbrary Club 3 4 Masque 2 3 4 lSecfetary 3
3 Announcers Club 3
The joy of Joothtng and g I e My of czmcord
THOMAS KI AID Tommy
Brate actzonf never want a trumpet
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Twirling Club 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM KULHANEK "Bill"
It azaili noi. lime nor place.
Proiection Squad 2, 3, 4, Radio Club 2, 3, 4, Hunt-
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EMIL LATIMER "Lat"
Eotb in and on! of Ibe game and ll'dfL'blIZ1Q and
:wondering at it.
Executive Council CRepresentative at Large 4l,
Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Cross Country
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Leaders 4, Football 2.
Hi! refolze if not to feem the brazen. but lo be.
CAROLE LEBECK "Butch"
Your face doth teflify what you be inwardly.
Projection Squad 4.
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Yearbook Art Stat? 4 Art Club 4
JOAN LEONHARDT Coolle
I accept reality and dare not qneftzon rl
Hockey 2 3 Badminton 2 3 Basketball 2
Baseball 2 3 4 Cheerleading3 4 Forum4 Exec
utive Council 4
Her Jlep u df ree and elaffrc and her zozce .founded
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DORIS LINDGREN Dot'
Cheer ul or reeff actzon ornzd I under the lauf
Twirling 2 Archery 2 3 Bowling 2
A roguula afbzng eye and a rzch red cheek
Forum 4 Yearbook lSecretary 4D Tennis 4
Good or badl nez ef quemon yon Ido not condemn
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DOROTHY LUSARDI "Snooks"
A clear and flute-like laugh.
Yearbook 45 Reporters' Club 45 Business Club 3, 4.
NORA MACFARLANE "Norie"
To me every hour of the light and dark if a miracleg
ezfery cubic inch of fpace if a miracle.
Huntingtonian Assistant Editor 45 Executive Coun-
cil Secretary 45 Arista 3, 45 Thespian 45 Masque
2 3 4- Nine O Clock Club 2 3 4- Junior Red Cross
3 4 Hi Y 3 Forum 4 French Club 3 Highlights 3
Tennis 2 3 4
It tr good to lzze zn thu age there nel er uaf any
Huntingtonian Business Stat? 4 Tennis 2 3
Neither a nzartcr nor a Jcrzanl I
Business Club 4 Huntingtoman Business Staff 4
Soon the mechanzcf uzll take htm or a mechantc
Baseball 3 4 Football 2
BET 'Y MAURA
And rome day uhen J tex are azr up the hay my Jhzp
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Ido not gall onc greater and one mzallcr That nhzch
llf ztl pcnozlr and plate IJ equal to any
Library Club 3 4 Archery 3 Bowling 2 Announc
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VILLROY McCUTCHEON Mac
No matter zt hat the u orb zr he If the one to ollow tt
Track 2 3 4 Intramural Football 4
FRANCIS McGOWAN Frank
Track 3 4 Cross Country 4 Masque 4 Highlights
3 4 Huntgngtonian Managing Editor 4
MATTIE McKAY Chmc
I laugh and 11125 df danctrtg I go
Chorus 2 3 4
GERALD MCNABB Jerry
Art tr not a thznq ll If a nag
Masque 2 3 4 Thespuan 4 Hi Y3 4 Announcers
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ALBERT MILTNER Al
A good man happ3 If a mmmon good
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ANTHONY MUNNO Tee
P1113 up play ap and play lhe game
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DOROTHY MURRAY Dottie
fapacztg or joy
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Hockey 2 3 4 Badmunton 2, 3 44 Cheermg 3 4 A B
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4 Chorus 2 Executuve Council 4
CHARLOTTE NILSSON Polls
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RONALD O MALLEY Sam "" "
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SUSAN POTTER Sue
Pleafd utzth the natzae and pleafd uzth the orezgn
Pleafd uzth the neu and the old
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ALAN PROBECK Spider
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And nothzng exterzor Jhall ez er take command o me
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ROBERT REINHARD Bob
He only wznf uho goef ar enough
ROGER REISNER Hopalong
Inezer thznh of the future It come! mon enough
MARGARET OPREY Margie
T15 pleafant to have heen ound and proned a Mend
SHELBY PAXTON Shelloup
Chant and pe Jozlal force are the only znteftmentx
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ANTHONY PEREZ Tony
Great tr the qualzty o Truth 172 Man
MARGARET PETRONE Peggy
Good humor only teachey charm! to laft
BARBARA PFLEIDERER Bobble
The fzncere alone can recognzze Jzncerzty
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SUZANNE RODE Suzie
SIIIQUIQ my day
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ALBERT RUDY AI
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BARBARA SCHADE Shorty
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WILMA SCHLING Wlnky
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WILLIAM SCHROEDER Bull
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A good hearty 1101119 gold
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PAUL SCUDIERI Anthony
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ALLAN SELVY Dexter
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RICHARD SHIRLEY Duck
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ALFRED SILVESTRI Al
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ARTHUR SIMPSON Art'
Depart upon thy cruue Sazlorf
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GNN MABEL SMITH Smitty
Grace uaf rn all her Jtepr
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NORMA SMITH Normy
The only nay to haze a frzend lf to he one
Masque 3 4 Bowlnng 3 4 Basketball 2 3 Base
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Busmess Manager 4 Busmess Club 4
ARTHUR SPEAR Art
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Student Leaders 4 B A C 4 Cross Country 2 3
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DOROTHY SPOSATO Kld
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Huntnngtoman Business Staff 4
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CAROL STRAKOSCH Legs
hot to funn I the lead o the current uere almoft
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ALEXANDER TYSKA Al
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ELIZABETH VAN SISE Beisy
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Nme O Clock Club 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4
Maur muff take rank df the blgbeit 0 lloe ne any
Band 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 NmeOClock Club
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FRANCIS VELSOR Pop
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Model Acrplanes2 3 Volleyball Basketball Foot
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ANGELA VIORITTO Angel
Mzflrefr of all Aplomb nz the nzzrltt of zrratzonal
Student Leaders 2, 3, 4, G A C 3, 4, Nme O'Clock
Club 2, 3, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Arnsta
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ASTA SWENSON Svenska
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JUNE TANTILLO Jai
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CYNTHIA TOWER C nc
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Student Leaders 4 Intramural Sports 2 3 4 Foot
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CHAPIN WINSLOW Chap
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RONALD WECKESSER Ronnle
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Football 4 Hn Y 3 4 Student Leaders 4 Executuve
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SALLY WEIN Rabbit
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MARY ELLEN WEISS
All true hearted tary Ioze thezr fhzpf
Tennis 2 3 4 Hockey2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4
Hu Y 2 3 LVICC Preslclent 41 Volleyball 2 3 4
CManagerJ G A C 4 Chorus 2 3 4
WILLIAM WIECK Bull
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THERESA ZORSKIS Terry
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Are we? Or aren't we?
I know I turned it ln!
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Oh! those Senior quotahons.
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Watch those pseudopodia!
Don't mix the salt and sugar
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Art is a science!
You can't have an "A" without a "B
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Among the test tubes
JUNIOR OFFICERS Well what do you know 1952 olreody Why It
eff lo Rlghl Dolores Allen seems luke yesterday that we were on the Tooz
ocn Gmac .loan Sulllvun sfoge singing Deorle Now we con look back on
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heartedly say that we have contrubuted to Sumpson
Hugh both un sports and In leadershup Takung a
backward glance l can remember how lofty we
were as 9A s un Junuor Hugh how small we felt as
lowly sophomores our first year un Senuor Hugh
and finally how superuor we felt as we looked down
on the sophomores of thus year
I can remember our contrubutuons Here my mund
turns to sports Ed Garduner and Dom Pagano flght
ung for dear old Huntungton on the gruduron Bob
Carlson and Roger Soule clearung the boards un
basketball Phul Butler cuttung the duamond and
Hank Van Bladel poundung the cunders How about
the uunuor gurls un gurls sports? They dud a flne uob
too Certaunly one of the brught spots was our
Junuor olfucers Presudent Lenny Adduss Vuce
Presudent Joan Sulluvan Secretary .loan Garcua
and Treasurer Dolores Allen
As we remunusce we realuze that we have made
many mauor contrubutuons to Sumpson Hugh School
and we look ahead wuth antucupatuon
We rem Sensor Hugh and at s George all the way
The Junuors and Sensors who seemed so aloof at
flrst really turned out to be swell friends
We started our year off with electrons for class
officers the results of which were as follows James
Hubbard Presndent Jane Kung
Joan Lawrence Secretary June
tnve Council Representative and
and Jackie Grotheer our BAC
Sports partlclpatlon was great
Kurt our Execu
and GAC rep
Members of our
class made up most of the Jayvee football and
basketball teams and with baseball lust around
the corner we hope to contmue our good work
We found a whole bunch of new clubs down
here too Masque and 9 oclock club fo In
stance Artie Manaro and Richard Coll were two
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Our lnterary qenlus found an outlet IH Hlghlrqhts
The thmgs we liked best were the cool assemblues
we had especually Allce Bolton and Bob La
Fremere IH those 9 oclock club shows Because
or You Sm and Down Yonder were our
favorlte songs way back then and the only thlng
we ever sand besudes 'Yes please and No thank
you was Sneak off
Well that about sums It up We look forward to
our next two years and hope they won t go as fast
as this one has gone
Left to Right James Hubbard
Jane Kung Joan Lawrence
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A s the days take on a mellower light . . . Golden
September marks the end of summer, and the start
of another school year. Old friends and new meet
in halls and rooms smelling of wax and varnish.
lt's too cool now to think of swimming, but still
warm enough to be uncomfortable at football
Scarlet October comes next, with its hazy skies,
painted hills, and the smell of smoke from burning
leaves, forever in the air. It brings days of arowsy
melancholy, then days of crisp, cool, "football
weather" that send a shiver up your back and a
lift to your spirit.
November - the month of gray. Though all is
dismal and dead beyond the window pane, in-
doors the world is bright. ln school such activities
as the yearbook campaign and Thanksgiving bas-
ket drive are flourishing. At home preparations
are being made for the traditional Thanksgiving
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Thus years HUNTINGTONIAN was made pos
sable only through the combmed eftorts of the
Literary Art and Busnness Stafts Many an after
noon under the supervnsnon of Mass Cashman the
Llterary Staff headed by editor an chlet Suzanne
Hewntt dug fevernshly unto books of quotations
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Mr Link worked hard as they designed the layout
of the yearbook Mass Andrews dlrected the Bus:
ness Stott ln thenr quest for subscriptions and adver
tlsements and Mr McCarthy with Frank McGowan
managing edltor handled the task of picture
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Back Row R Soule J Graves R Halllgan J Hubbard L Addlss R Menke D Archer T Paterson S Potter E Latvmer R
Carlson C Keller J McNabb M Frutz A Zucker R Weckess r 2nd Row S Paxton N Ketay B Cutolo S Wem P Ireland
J Kurt J Henderson S Hewitt C Baty J Leonhardt J Gates A Durand S Bassler B Herx L Nicholson C Blrdsong
B Moore Front Row Mr Schoepflln J Tantlllo Mr Cushman Mass Reeder L Klrkham N Macfarlane Mtss Wllcox Mr Puetz
For You O Democracy
The Executlve Councll comprlsed of club and
class representatnves us nn charge of Ssmpson Hugh
Schools student government
and club constltutlons yteldlng Ideas for new
prolects and offering suggestions for lmprovnng old
ones Managing school dances for example IS a
part of nts program The sponsors Mass Wllcox,
Mr Cushman and Mr Puetz Ctreasury advlserl
glve the needed support tor a successful organuza
hon Muss Reeder and Mr Schoepflm sat In at the
The accompllshments of the Councll are many
Thus year the lncomlng sophomores were able to
ornent themselves very qulckly with the and of a
handbook desugned especially for them The class
room posting of mumeographed sheets of the sec
retarys mnnutes were used to better acquaint the
student body with the workmgs of the G O Many
dollars were added to the school treasury by the
G O concessnon at the football games As a step
toward encouragmg good school cttlzenshlp the
Councll begmnung In February lmtlated Student
ofthe Month nommatlons An addltuonal task
undertaken by this years Councll was the revrsnon
ofthe G O Constltutlon
The following students were oftncers ofthe Coun
cll Lnllran Klrkham Prestdent June Tantlllo First
Vice Presldent Nora Macfarlane Secretary When
Lllllan Klrkham graduated rn January Reinhard
Menke succeeded her as President
G O OFFICERS
Back Row fleft to rlghty Sue Potter rep at large
Nora Macfarlane secretary Emul Lattmer rep at
arge Front Row flelt to nghtl .lune Tantrllo Ist
vrce president Lllluan Knrkham presndent Tom
Paterson 2nd vnce prestdent
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Seated flett to rightj: J. Henderson, J. Lowell, D. Lusardi, M. Brush.
Rear Ileft to right2: L. Gould, Miss Cubley, B. Green, S9 Wein.
The Reporters' Club, under the sponsor-
ship of Miss Cubley, is comprised of eight
girls who are good English students. Each
week the girls interview their assigned
teachers who give them news. After the
articles are written up, they are sent to
the town newspapers to be published.
The social activities ofthe club included
a trip to New York to see a leading Broad-
One ofthe most valuable assets to student life in
any school is a newspaper. lt is a spark which
through information kindles interest in the common
efforts of the school community. lts benefits are
felt especially by the staff members who not only
receive training in writing and journalism but also
learn the basic skill of doing a iob well.
Highlights, directed by Miss Lynch, literary ad-
viser, and Mr. Wesley Puetz, financial adviser,
Card Keller, editor-in-chief and Melvin Fritz, busi-
ness manager, has undertaken this difficult task.
This year Highlights, although beset with in-
numerable difticulties, put out a number of good
issues complete with news, throught-provoking edi-
torials, and lively feature columns. Our school
newspaper deserves credit tor another year of
HIGHLIGHTS STAFF OFFICERS
Sitting lleft to rightt: M. Fritz, Miss Lynch,
C. Keller, S. Wein.
Standing fleft to rightj: J. Kurt, J. Graves,
Preparing issues for publication requires skill, dili-
gence, and just plain hard work - work which
sometimes lasts into the early hours of the morning.
Standing fleft to rightj: R. Soule, B. McCoy, E. Walworth,
J. Kurt, S. Wein, P. Bialow, F. McGowan, J. Henderson,
L. Butt, E. Cashel, J. Gillen.
Seated flett to rightj: J. Graves, C. Keller, Miss Lynch,
M. Fritz, B. Percy.
Thespian, the National Dramatic Honor
Society, student-sponsors the other school
dramatic organizations. With Mr. Mar-
antz's help, members are not only Hguid-
ing lights" in the helds ot acting and
producing, but encouragements to the
dramatically minded to earn a place in
Thespian. Since this society is non-secret
and non-social, it is personal merit that
First Row flelt to right: N. Mactarlane, S, Hewitt, S.
Paxton, J. Gates, Mr. Marantz.
Second Row 'left to right: C. Yeary, B. Finelln. N.
Ketay, K. Kelly, L. Rieclre.
Third Row left to right: C. Towers, R. Menlme, B.
Hamrnann, J. McNabb, R. Weclcesser.
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Nine O'clock Club iiii
This year's Nine O'clock Club has given us some memorable assem-
blies. The first show of the year had for its theme what the classes in
Simpson High School would be like torty years from now. Remember
the reducing class and the class on howto snag a man? The Christmas
show was equally successful. Who will ever forget Artie Manaro's
This organization was the first to participate in the exchange assem-
blies. They traveled to South Huntington to put on a show.
Back Row fleft to righti: A. Bowden, C. Jeno, M. L. Horn.
Third Row fleft to righti: A. Vioritto, B. Daane, C. Beres, C. Bryson, M. Hewitt, D. Anderson, G. Bechtold, E.
Gardiner, J. Neuberger, J. Destler, M. L. Stephens, B. Metzger, G. von Walsleben.
Second Row Ileft to righti: Miss Coleman, M. Zoeller, N. Mncfarlane.
First Row fleft to rightl: L. Nicholson, J. Tantillo, S. Po'ter, S. Hewitt, C. Birdsong, C. Nilsson, C. Strakosch.
Not in picture - M. Long.
The Greek word Arista means "best", Conse-
quently, the club seeks members who are the best
in scholarship, sportsmanship, and service.
Arista is not only the girls' honor society, it is a
service club. Members act as hall hostesses, do
volunteer work at the hospital, and may be found
ushering at school concerts.
A non-profit, club, Arista uses money earned
Girls' Hi-Y has been a busy club this year. It nas
done such things as stuffing dolls tor Christmas
filling Thanksgiving baskets, holding dances, going
on trips and working in the Y office. Another fea
ture for this year is our having not one, but two
Girls' Hi-Y's. There were so many girls that some-
thing had to be done. Swinging the gavels as presi-
dents are Mary Ellen Weiss and Barbara Moore.
from candy and stationery sales for the support of
various activities which benefit the school.
Back Row flett to righti: H. Menke, L. Gould, J. Vassello, J. Grotheer, S. Potter, J. Fritz, R. Musto.
Third Row Ileft to rightiz J. Schleede, S. Robbins, K. Jacobsen, E. Gardiner, J. Murphy, S. Wein, J. Tan
tillo, L. Riecke, D. Boccio, G. Matthews, S. Bassler, A. Durand, C. Cooper, C. Sweetlond.
Second Row lleft to righti: G. von Wolsleben, J. Garcia, L. Abowitz, S. Hansen, Y. Aliperti, N. Yetay, C
Birdsong, J. Fox, J. Compo, B. Cutalo, A. Vioritto, J. Feogons, E. Norton, I. Maura.
First Row Heft to righti: C. Green, C. Beres, X. Eugene, M. E. Weiss, B. Moore, L. Nicholson, B. Herx.
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First Row Kleft to rightl: T. Curran, R. Weckesser, E. Gardiner, T. Williams, R, Davis, D. Ehlers, Mr.
Schoepflin, R. Soule, B. Hammann.
Second Row fleft to rightl: F. La Senna, H. Van Bladel, J. Hubbard, B. Carlson, T. Paterson.
Third Row Kleft to rightl: R. Ehlers, P. Leinenbach.
Top Row fleft to rightl: H. Johnson, J. Tretler, A. Salee, Mr, McCarthy, R. Rapp, D. Pagano, J. McNabb,
K Stubbolo, R. Bertossl.
Boys' Hi-Y, a nation-wide high school youth
movement working for a Christian democracy, is
directed in our school by Mr. Schoepflin and Mr.
Paul McCarthy. Bill Hammann was elected T951-52
president. This year they ran an unusually success-
ful clothing drive and are planning several similar
A valuable organization in Simpson High is Mrs.
Potter's Library Club. The enrollment this year totals
42 members. The students devote spare time during
study halls to checking books, magazines and
shelves, and to keeping the library in a generally
neat condition. Rita Digiacomo, Jane Gates, Mar-
garet Petchler and Audrianne Hedlund do a fine
iob as its officers and, like all the other members,
deserve a vote of thanks from all of us.
Front Row Kleft to rightlz L. Abowitz, J, Lowell, A. Hedlund, Mrs. Esther Potter, R. Digiacomo, M. Petchler, C.
Milliken, F. Boeckman, E. Levy.
Second Row Kleft to rightj: C. Kuhn, B. Shadbolt, M. Schultz, R. Deimel, N. Crowell, B. Crawford, B. Ericson,
J. Gillen, B. Percy, P. Ireland, M. Eisele, M. Smith.
Third Row Kleft to righti: M. Brush, J. Smith, S. George, B- Gilbert, B. McCoy, M. Wlnlefif -l- Brush-
ART SERVICE CLUB
Standing Ileft to rightl: E. Schmitz, J. Bateman, A. Riou, D. Schling, F. Hyne, R. Mohlenhoft, R. Ackerman, D. Bishop
A. Hedlund, V. Craft.
Seated Ileft to rightl: G. Iguchi, J. Shadbolt, V. Schilling, B Herx, F. Ericson, F. Bennet, S. lignall, D. Beyer.
The Art Service Club
Any member of an art class may belong
to this club. Before the introduction of the
activity period this year, the club had little
support. Now its membership has increased
to almost forty.
The Art Club sponsors the spring art ex-
hibit, puts up the Christmas decorations
around the building and helps with decora-
tions for dances. Another service of this or-
ganization is making posters for the Service
League Christmas Shop.
Junior Red Cross
The squeals of glee from Miss Colgan's
room? The shouts of demoniac laughter? Fear
not, friend, it's Simpson High's Junior Red
Cross girls viewing their handiwork on party
hats for hospitalized veterans at Mitchell
Field. In aiding the work of the visiting blood-
mobile, though, or in serving meals at the
hospital or planning the ingredients of an
overseas chest, the girls work seriously and
thoughtfully. This organization has pro-
gressed admirably in its first year and prom-
ises to continue in the same worthwhile
JUNIOR RED CROSS
First Row fleft to rightl: N. Macfarlane, Miss Colgan
Second Row left to ri htl: R. Lusara, B. Juliano
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Third Row Kleft to rightj: J. Malone, K. Wright, C Wormold
Fourth Row fleft to rightj: T. Marrow, G. Pearsall, B Schuler
J. Van Sise, F. Ericson.
Top Row lleft to rightl: B. Voges, B. Owen, E. Velsor C Kuhn
Last Row fleft to rightl: W. Schoonmalner, N. Crowell, W. Ammcxrell, G. lguchi, C. Keller, R. Kolker, R. Eckert,
Mr. Baty, Second Row Kleft to rightf: M. Burnstein, A. Savarese, S. Schiller, J. Etherson, B. Laubenheimer, R.
Menlne, J. McNabb, W. Kaiser, R. Allsopp, R. Phillips. First Row Kleft to rightf: D. Savarese, R. Ribolla, M.
John, J. Hutcher, J. Fox, C. Schryver, E. Mott, B. Nolan, A. Zucker, W. Kulhaneli, N. Barmen.
We enjoyed some fine movies this year, thanks
to the projection squad. Before school in the morn-
ing 30'l buzzes with the activity of this important
club working under the direction of Mr. Baty and
the club officers - President Carl Keller, Vice Presi-
dent Bill Kaiser, and Secretary Bruce Lauben-
heimer. They run all ofthe electrical devices in the
school, including the projectors, slide machines,
and tape recorder. All through the day you can
see these electrical geniuses plying their trade in
the various rooms.
Physics Service Club
The Physics Service Club, headed by Mr. Baty,
is an organization composed of volunteer students
interested in laboratory experiments. The teen-age
crew members act as laboratory assistants in regu-
lar physics classes, and, in addition, carry on indi-
vidual experimental work in which they are
particularly interested. As a result, some members
have developed projects to enter in the Long
lsland Science Contest.
Sitting Kleft ot rightl: W. Ammarell, J. Schleede, F. Reyno'ds, S. Robbins, R. Carlson, A. Salee, C. Baty.
Standing Kleft to rightj: N. Burtch, A. Pecha, G. Marr, F. Robinson, M. Kaufman, Mr. Baty, F. McGowan, M. Schuman.
J. Reynolds, P. Lefterts.
Back Row Ileft to right: M. Burnstein, L. Hicks, H. Kotler, A. Salee, M. May-
baum, E. Gardiner, J. BaRoss, D. Ammarell, R. O'Malley.
Center Row Ileft to rightl: P. Leinenbach, G. Gavin, B. Demant, H. Benson
R. Brondum, R. Rapp, R. Weckesser, M. Jackson, B. Hammann, J. McNabb
Front Row Cleft to rightj: Mr. P. McCarthy, C. Bernardi, B. Archer, L. Scolu,
D. Pagano, T. Williams, T. Curran, B. Bertossi, N. Wiley, H. VanBladel,
After a slow start this season, the Blue Devils sur-
prised everybody except their coaches, Mr. Kubisa
and Mr. Paul McCarthy, by a very fine showing. Im-
proving steadily with each game, the Devils took
second place in the league standings and had an
overall record of three wins, three losses, and one tie.
The first two losses were in non-league competition
against Oyster Bay C34-OD and Riverhead K7-OJ. Hunt-
ington won its next two league games, overwhelming
Amityville C27-65 and Port Jefferson U3-OJ. Patchogue
tied the Devils C7-75 in the last quarter of an important
game. Bay Shore handed us our first defeat in the
league in a very close game that could have gone
either way C12-71. Just like last year, the Southampton
game was rained out. The Blue Devils ended their
season by beating Babylon easily C27-75 in a league
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Mr. Donofrio, Mr. Kubisa, Mr. Sipos
Ronnie O'Malley made first string All-Suffolk tackle
and Ed Gardiner, along with Ronnie Weckesser, made
second string All-Suffolk fullback and center respec-
tively. Although they didn't gain individual honors,
the rest of the players should receive iust as much
credit as the outstanding players for the team's suc-
cess. Soto the squad as a whole, we say, "A fine iob
The Jayvee team, coached by Mr. Donofrio, had a
very successful season, ending with a record of four
wins, one loss, and one tie. With a lot of these players
making varsity next year, Huntington may once again
have a championship team.
J. V. FOOTBALL
Top Row Cleft to righfl: F. Alessio, A. Hynes
J. Hutcher, L. Pfleiderer, W. Colora, T
Allen, N. Balducci.
Second Row fleft to rightj: H. Balducci
Manager, R. Quasha, D. Pagano, P. Little
F. Nagel, J. Wideman, J. Grenier, D. Forte
Bottom Row Kleft to rightl: T. Wagner, J
Gefkin, T. Prehn, J. Tretler, K. Stubbolo, J
Hubbard, B. Stanco, P. Margey.
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First Row fleft to rightlr Mr. Marlowe, E. Holmgren, G. lguchi, S. Schiller,
T. Keith, F. Muehlen, D. Swezey.
Second Row lleft to rightl: J. Kulhanek, P. Sears, E. Latimer, A. Spear,
.l. Owens, H. Coren.
Third Row flelt to rightl: R. Brown, E. Holmgren, T. Paterson, F. McGowan,
C. Swezey, K. Baker.
Are You Ready ?
The Urge, The Pep, The Spirit ln The
Air were all part of the doings of these
sparkling girls. They helped Locomotive
our T-E-A-M into many V-l's by gaining
the enthusiastic support of Huntington
fans. They are outstanding for their lively
assemblies and musical cheers with the
band. No, you wouldn't lose Two Bits bet-
ting' that this year's cheerleaders have
been a real pride For The Blue And The
"I inhale great draughts of space
. . . " This year the Simpson High har-
riers made a for better showing than
expected, thanks to the influx of stu-
dents from Toaz. The record of the
hard running team, coached by Mr.
Marlowe, was four wins and three
losses. The top men were Art Spear,
senior, Fred Muehlen, junior, Eric Holm-
gren, freshman, Doug Swezey, fresh-
man and .lim Owen, junior. One of the
bright spots was Doug Swezey's plac-
ing twenty-first in the New York State
Front Row fleft to rightl: Joan Neuberger, Lillian Kirk-
ham, Lynda Nicholson, Barbara Herx.
Back Row fleft to rightl: Jane Gates, Kay DeYoung,
J. V. CHEERLEADERS
Left to right: N. Grover, J. Sul-
livan, N. Shelare, D. Boccia, I.
Need A Little Help
The members ofthe Girls' Stu-
dent Leaders are outstanding all-
around girls who assist in gym
classes, and after their services
G. A. C.
Standing Rear Kleit to righti: A. Vioritto, B. Daane
Middle Row fleft to rigl1tQ: X, Eugene, J. Neuberger,
Miss Hutchinson, J. Tantillo, J. Schleede.
Front Row Ilett to rightlz M. Weiss, G. Gcldblum, L.
Kirkham, J. Grotheer, A. Durand.
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Standing fleft to rightl: X. Eugene, M. L. Horn, S. Potter,
l. Alberti, J. Grotheer, S. Hewitt, S. Robbins, J. Schleede,
Sitting fleft to rightl: B. L. Jones, A. Pearsall. S. Hansen,
J. Neuman, B. Metzger, B. Schuler, J. Feagans, S. Orioles.
Girls' Athletic Council
Comprised of girl representatives from
each class and sport, the Girls' Athletic
Council promotes the sports program and
sponsors the girls' one and only chance, the
"Sadie Hawkins Dance".
B. A, C.
Standing Kleft to rightl: Coach Class, Tom Williams, Jerry McNabb, Len
Hicks fPresidentJ, Dave Ehlers, Art Spear, Mike Diesu, Bruce Hoins.
Back Row fleft to rightj: Ronnie Weckesser, Ken Stubbolo, Bob Carlson.
The Boys Athletic Council was
originally formed to give the
students a voice in our athletic
affairs. There are representatives
to the B.A.C. from each class and
This prominent organiza-
tion is comprised of boys who
excel in athletic and leader-
ship ability. Their chief duty is
to aid Coach Class in the gym.
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Back Row Kleft to rightl: E. Latimer, J. laSenna, T. Paterson, R. Carlson R Bertossi F
Muehlen, T. Williams, K. Johnson, W. Krauss, D. Ammarell, J. BaRoss
First Row Neff to rightj: D. Willets, E. Gardiner, D. Ehlers, W. Hcmmann N Wiley
Coach Class, M. Diesu, R. Weckesser, T. Curran
Bully! Down the field goes our trusty hockey team
pushing that white, but dirty ball, and then comes the
inevitable cry, "Drive! Drive!" How well the girls will
remember those driving practices when they nearly
crippled the poor goalie for lite. And how well they
will remember those noisy, and I do mean noisy, bus
rides to and from the games. They all griped about the
shin guards and reprimands, but they won, tied, and
lost three games.
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Front Row Ileft to rightl: S. Macdonald, M. Vasiliadis, M. Weiss, J. Leonhardt.
Second Row Kleft to rightl: L. Moss, E.fBecl:, B. Cutalo, C. Six, N. Ketay, E.
Cashel, G. von Walsleben, C. Baty, S. Paxton.
Third Row Klett to righti: J. Graves, D. Boccia, N. Macfarlane, R. Brown,
S. Norton, J. Pettit, N. Rhodes, C. Yeary, B. Green, Miss Taylor.
Fourth Row fleft to rightl: J. McNabb, S. Turney, C. Nilsson, C. Strakosch
G. Little, L. Gould, F. Robinson, M. Fritz, A. Salee.
Let Us Be Heard
The Forum, under the direction of Miss
Taylor, was one of the active clubs this
year. The topics for discussion were on
timely subjects of national interest such
as Universal Military Training, Voting Age
vs. Military Age, and Federal Aid to Edu-
cation. The Forum sponsored a very inter-
esting trip to the UNESCO conference,
and also a panel discussion forthe benefit
of our exchange students from India and
Standing Ilett to rightl: R. Roberts, E. Gardiner, P. Lefterts, B. Laubenheimer,
D, Figelman, C. Schryver, Miss Van Wart, G. Kostenbader, A. Specht, R. Coll.
Seated fleft to rightl: C. Green, Ann Love, P. Hess, J. Albert, L. Hammel, D.
Cermignani, C. Baty, M. Schuman.
Sigma Mu lMath Clubl
Under the sponsorship of Miss Van
Wart, this year's Math Club got oft to an
excellent start with the largest member-
ship ever recorded. With Larry Hammel
as president and Dominick Cermignani as
vice-president and program chairman, the
:lub members delight in experimenting
with fascinating mathematical riddles and
calculating the solutions to complex prob-
lems and magic squares. These mathe-
matically-minded wizards of Simpson High
School hope to win top honors tor them-
selves and the school in the annual Pi Mu
Epsilon contest held at New York Uni-
versity in the spring. ,
Mieux Vaut Tard
Le pouvre petit cercle francais! ll doit
se reunir le deuxieme mardi de chaque
mois, mais quand se reunit-il? Le premier
ieucli, le troisieme lundi, ou n'importe
quand. L'assemblee doit etre dans la salle
de classe 2O'lA, mais ou est le cercle fran-
cais? Quelque part mais pas dans 20lA.
Il est malheureux qu'un tel brave club soit
si tourmente par tant d'obstacles. L'etude
ulterieure des francais promeut l'entente
cordiole entre nos deux pays.
Front Row fleft to rightl: M. Carpis, D. Wohl, B. L. Jones, J. Pettit, J.
Destler, N. Ketoy.
Back Row fleft to rightl: C. Birdsong, L. Moss, J. Henderson, Miss Goodrich,
C. Baty, L. Abowitz, P. Hess, M. Vasiliadis.
First Row-Miss Hale, D. Lusordi, C. Annunzio'a, M. Di Palo.
Second Row-S. Doliver, P. Hicks, Betty Tucker, K. Jeno, E. Martilla, Mary
Di Palo, M. Smith, B. Schade, Julia Sherlock.
Third Row-J. Rector, Eileen Kennedy, E. Levy, N. Smith, M. Hyne, M. Good-
man, S. Bassler, A. Durand, B. Metzger.
Fourth Row-A. Deimel, D. Bishop, Joyce Dreusike, J. King, J. Kopp, A.
Donaghy, Sylvia Orioles, J. Hopkins, Phoebe Jennette.
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The girls who have given up their free
periods to assist in the offices of Simpson
High are members of the Business Club
sponsored by Miss Bernice Hale. To fur-
ther acquaint students with the business
world and to promote fellowship among
its members at social and business gather-
ings are the club's primary purposes,
Among many activities led by Carol An-
nunzioto this year. the members hnve vis-
ited a New York business oFFice and have
seen a Broadway production.
We have watched the seasons dispensing them
selves and passing on
School opens Back to the salt mines
First assembly G O oFhcers introduced
New Sophs and teachers welcomed fBoys
whistled at Miss Clarkll
Moe but Kubisa
Iowa Tests They should have stayed there
First football game Fight team Fight'
screamed the eight hundred
Sadie Hawkins Dance Sadie never had It
so good but that square dancing was
Thanksgiving vacation lt wasnt only the
turkey that got stuffed
First basketball game We won'
Arista initiation 'angle bells llngle bells
I am a goon asleep or awake'
Susie Potter reigns as Prom Queen as we
dance In a real winter wonderland
Nine O Clock Club throws a Christmas party
onstage Remember Artie?
PM Christmas vacation at last'
The eight hundred return to school
Regents week enough said
The half termers leave Bye Angel'
New schedules given out Gym three times a
week? Oh no'
Lincoln s birthday a l o n g weekend
Miss Namoura has prop trouble
Do we see white sneaks onstage? White
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considerate as Abe
We meet our two wonderful guests Myrtle
and Marwan and learn about Indian tax:
Leap Year Day ah hah'
Sensors chew pencils flngernalls and gum
feverishly what for? Regents Scholarship
Forum assembly a lesson m practlcal h s
The 'I952 Yearbook goes to press How dad
we do lt?
Cmon you Seniors' Juniors let's go' We
Masque presented Nnght Must Fall
edge of your seat mystery Kudos to all con
cerned for an excellent production
Peter Cottontall Gave us cl vacation
Furst l aque baseball game
The tradutuonal Sprung Concert delnghts ls
teners as Chorus Band and Orchestra go
Our muslclons travel to Bay Shore for the
State Music Festival
Such rw wonderful Prom' Thank you Junlors
R a nts Week nts now or never
R r alaureate Services
Its all over but the memories
. . .The countless snowflakes falling . . . Winter
of 1952 came - winter with its cold sunny days,
when we laughed and slid, and skated on the icy
ponds, the cold rainy days when we huddled in
doorways out of the gray drizzle. Then the snow
fell - first the sticky wet flakes that clung, and
melted, next the finely powdered crystals that cov-
ered and hid, deepening to drifts. Out came the
sun again, reflecting in blinding glare from the
white landscape, sinking toward evening to flash
redly between frosted skeleton trees and rooftops.
School buses heaved and panted on the slioperv
hills, and stopped to pour forth muffled and mit-
tened students in front of the old brick buildina,
into which they hurried to escape a bitter wind.
The bitter wind arew warmer: the snowflakes
melted: spring was on its way.
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J. V. BASKETBALL
Back Row fleft to rightl: Coach Donotrio, R. Appleby,
B. Milligan, R. Costonza, B. Tengelsen, H. Johnson,
Front Row flett to rightlz H. Gettlcin, N. Carino, N.
Pagano, K. Kohler, D. Bunt, R. Drew.
'ff .N JM Mr. Donofrio
V ' A Assistant Coach
ln and out - that is the type of season the
'5l-'52 basketball team had. Coach John Sipos'
cagers ended up with an over all record of
seven wins and ten losses. Only two wins were
in league play, but they were enough to keep
the team out of the cellar spot.
Even though it was a mediocre season, few
fans will forget the stirring one-point wins over
North Tarrytown C56-555 and Babylon C64-63l.
In the lost game of the season Ed Gardiner
broke the home court scoring record by drop-
ping in 31 points.
The Jayvee, who won 'Il and lost 6, deserve
a fine hand for their good showing.
Our hats are off to both squads. Well done,
Left to right: E. Latimer, R. Soule, D. Willets,
D. Pagono, B. Carlson, Mgr. B. Parkinson,
E. Gardiner, D. Ehlers, R. Ehlers, B. Cody.
Back Row Cleft to rightl: R. Weckesser, J. Hubbard, J.
Reynolds, J. Finello, B. Hammann, R. Brondum, D. Halli-
ghn, K. Stubbolo, J. Widemcn, A. Salee. Second Row
flett to rightjz D. Beyer, S. Schiller, G. Iguchi, J. Graves,
F. Muehlen, W. Ammarell, B. Hartough, D. Leinenbach,
M. Jackson, Coach Kubisa. First Row lleft to rightj: R.
Farley, J. Caftery, W. McCutcheon, G. Fusaro, J. Grenier,
R. Coronato, L, Giani, D. McKay, R. Coronato.
After a lapse of several years the wrestling squad has been reorganized. This
year's team, which is the first one from Huntington High School to be entered in
the Suffolk County tournament, wrestled six meets, winning two, losing two, and
Most of the twenty-six members of the squad are freshmen, sophomores, or
iuniors in order to insure next year's team of experienced members.
Coach Kubisa was very well pleased with this team and hopes that he will
soon have facilities for a J. V. squad.
Boys' Bowling Club
The Boys' Bowling Team meets every
Thursday afternoon at Stewart Arms. The
group is divided into four teams with the
five top scorers playing in the County
Tournament on March 29, 1952.
BOYS BOWLING CLUB
Front Row Halt to nghtl D Schneid R Brown G Cor
bone l Ferrari
BHC Row flff to rlghtl R Allen R Styles J Hll J
Nelson, C. Bernarda.
Back Raw flett to rightl: C. Anderson, J. Alber, M.
Maybaum, B. Wamp, T. Paterson, A. Spear, R. Shirley,
A. Stilwell, H. Bentsen, B, Archer, R. Dean, H. Aboft.
Boys' Minor Sports
If you don't have time for varsity sports, or if
you are not an above average athlete, boys'
minor sports is your activity.
Under the coaching of Mr. Class, minor sports
include table tennis and badminton. Every year
an inter-Suffolk tournament is held.
Whether you are a six toot four mountain of
muscle or a miqhty midget, this is your chance
for intramural participation.
Intramural basketball, headed by Coach Class, not
only gives the average basketball player a chance
but also inspires rivalry among the sophomores, iun-
iors and seniors. It is composed of six teams - a blue
team and a white team for each class.
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BOYS' MINOR SPORTS
Back Row Heft to rightj: N. Barmen, K. Johnson, I. Albinson,
C. Keller, E. Latimer, J. Handy.
Second Row Kleft to rightlr D. Ammarell, J. Curnin, A. Salee,
J. Reynolds, J. Carbone.
Front Row fleft to rightk: N. Wiley, F. Velsor, F. Robinson,
K. Miller, A. Habberstad.
Back Row Kleft to righttr B, Schuler, G. Pearsall, N. Hadlund, S. Robbins, J. Schleede, B. Metzger, S. Skidmore, J.
Grotheer, J. Neuloerger, K. DeYoung, J. Neuman, S. Hansen.
Second Row Ilett to rightl: B. Cutalo, A. Durand, M. Winters, J. Van Sise, M. C. Weiss, S. Potter, X. Eugene, M. L.
Horn, S. Hewitt, M. Hewitt, B. Herx, K. Potter, C. Sweetland, I, Alberta.
First Row flett to right.: I. Maura, C. Wormald, G. Bechtold, B. Cruess, J. Destler, B. Moore, R. Digiacomo, J. Sulli-
van, D. Boccia, S, Bandar.
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Many a good time is had trying to
ln R Q double tap that volleyball. The teams are
1 ' H . set up by classes, and one can readily
locate the seniors by the noise.
GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL O E
Girls intramural basketball games
are held weekly. The teams are ar-
ranged according to classes with one
girl chosen to act as captain. From
Girls' Minor Sports
these teams is Chosen the honor team In addition to the major winter sports, the girls' time is
which competes in inter-school ac- divided between table tennis and badminton. These are
tivities. usually single competitive sports, however, the boys often
participate with the girls in doubles tournaments.
Back Row Ileft to rightl: D. Taylor, C. Six, B. Heusy, N. Shelore, F. Ericson, L. Abowitz, M. J. Warren, P. Hicks, E.
Feierband, A. Dionne, M. Hyne, B. Voges, B. Gilbert, C. Cooper, P. Hussey.
Second Row fleft to rightl: E. Norton, M. Crosson, P. Grassley, B. Schwartz, G. Zecchino, M. DiPalo, J. Campo, M.
Lindgren, I. Alberti, Y. Aliperti, C. DeRiso, D. Struebel, R. Fusaro, J. DeRiso, J. Feageans, S. Lignell.
Sitting Neff to rightl: B. L. Jones, B. Owens, N. Wilkes, J. Rector, D. Anderson, C. Green, J. Vassello, J. Kurt, A.
Martelli, E. Gardiner, A. Riou, V. Schiling.
. . . Ever returning spring . . . And so the foot-
prints melt and become muddy puddles. Now fol-
low days of blustery breezes and warmer rains
with occasionally a sparkling clear clay, bright
with promise of spring. Baseball practice starts as
soon as Hecksher field dries sufficiently. All around
us the slumbering world of winter awakens and
takes on a new life - everything, that is, except
the student, who suddenly finds himself filled with
dreaminess and a longing to get out into this new
world of golden sunshine and blue skies.
At noon groups of girls and boys loaf in the sun
on the front lawn of the school. Convertibles gain
a sudden popularity, tennis becomes a regular
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MR. RUFUS KERN
Standing fleft to rightiz Mr. Doty, A. Manaro, M. Bergey, D. Pagano, R. Brilhart, A. Zucker,
R. Cody, M. Schuman, D. Pagano, P. Edwards.
Sitting fleft to rightj: H. Coren, A. Bowden, T. Paterson, P. Kitchen, K. Johnson, J. Albert, A.
Love, J. Pettit, M. Stubbolo, B. Schwarzkopf, J. Gillen, B. Percy, C. Green, M. Vasiliadis.
Ah, this indeed is music -this suits me . . .
The band, directed by Mr. Kern, has given
the students of Huntington a year filled with
music. The band has accompanied us going
to and from assemblies, it has aroused our
spirit at football games, and it has saved us
from too lengthy a second period by treating
us with some entertaining selections. Every-
one is proud of this fine organization.
The Huntington Twirlers, the girls who lead
the band, have shown fine style in their per-
formances during the half-time at football
Fourth Row fleft to rightj: W. Whaley, W. Wamp, C. Winslow, R. Allen
R. King, K. Kohler, D. Bunt, P. Edwards.
Third Row Kleft to rightlr A. Brilhart, R. Perley, T. Fusoro, M. Schuman
C. Kohler, D. Pagano, B, Nolan, K. Chickachop.
Second Row Ileft to rightl: J. Brush, S. Lopatine, B. Brilhart, R. Herrera,
J. Hubbard, L. Barstow, F. Vogt.
First Row Ueft to rightl: Mr. Kern, N. Munson, M. Vasiliadis, D. Pagano, A.
Zucker, R. Heiligenstadt, D. Kohler, M. Fritz.
Orchestra and chorus, under the direction
ot Mr. Doty, and with the indispensable Pete
MR. JAMES DOTY
Edwards at the piano have completed
another year of music making. Orchestra has
played during intermission at the school
plays. The Chorus sang as the supporting
chorus in "Hansel and Gretel" and filled us
all with Christmas spirit by leading us in
carol singing and by presenting a rendition
of "O Holy Night".
R. Menke, C. Yecry, A. Salee, J. Gates
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Scenes from Nighf Musf Fall
Although Mosque's activities throughout the past
several years have been outstanding, during the
1951-52 school year they have reached an un-
bounded height. Aside from the regular production,
other equally well done presentations have been
In December Masque presented three one-act plays
for the "Evening of Theatre". Bob Farrand, Joan Rub-
man and Carolyn Yeary, along with other talented
students, starred in Sir James M. Barrie's mystery
"Shall We Join the Ladies?"
Thornton Wilder's "Happy Journey" was also on
the bill that evening. Kathy Kelly, with a supporting
cast of John Reynolds, Jock McNeill, Francis Lowell,
Jerry McNabb and Nancy Rhodes played the typi-
cally American mother enjoying a week-end motor
trip with her typically American family.
In co-operation with the Huntington Community
Theater, Masque produced an adaptation of Dickens'
"A Christmas Carol". The adult cast was headed by
Mr. Clint Marantz, who played Scrooge.
The biggest undertaking of the year was the Spring
presentation of Emlyn William's "Night Must Fall". ln
the part of the sweet-talking, homicidal psychopath,
Roger Soule and Dick Walton swaggered with un-
amateurish ease. Evelyn Walworth and Joanne Bate-
man responded beautifully as the gullible, aged hypo-
condriacs As the depressed, intellectual young woman
torn between love and hate for her simpering charge's
flatterer, Norma Ketay and Jane Gates played under-
standingly. The rest of the double cost, wisely picked
and finely trained, served well to keep the suspense
high and the audience on the edge of their chairs.
Credit may be given both to Mr. Marantz for his
sympathetic direction and to those who worked with
him for such remarkable response. We, as a school,
are proud of their production.
This year Masque ioined ANTA, whose purpose is
to sponsor, stimulate and support good theater
throughout the country. By this membership our club
will be entitled to various services offered by ANTA
to its member groups.
First Row fleft to rightj: R. Skidmore, J. Curnin,
Little, G. lguchi. Second Row fleft to righti: B. Tulloch,
Mr. Marantz, S. Hewitt,
R. Walton, J. Gillen
The Boys' Tennis Team, coached '
by Mr. Louis Granger, has long been .
a club in Simpson High School, but
not until last season was it in an
organized Suffolk County Athletic
Last year the team placed third
among teams from Babylon, Pat-
chogue, Smithtown, Bay Shore, and
Port Jefferson. L
The Golf Club, under the sponsorship of Mr. Wil-
liam McCarthy, was organized in order to give stu-
dents who have never held a golf club the opportunity
to learn the basic steps in stance, grip, and swing.
During the activity period the students practice in the
gym, using door mats to serve as a green. ln the
Spring the boys and girls practice outside on the field
behind the school.
Top Row Ileft to rightj- P Husse L Holbreich E Linnse Mr.
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McCarthy, A. Riou, G. Liehmann, B. Griffith, E. Cashel.
Bottom Row fleft to righflz J. Annunziator, A. Fiori, H. Sansone
A. Spear, A. Rudy, M. Ferrari.
Left to Right: Coach L. Granger, R. Farrand, H. Kotler, M. Jackson, R.
Brilhart, J. Graves, R. Kolker, J. Provenzano, T. Graves, B. Brilhart, R.
Winslow, R. Altschult.
"You serve", shouts the voice across the net - and
with that a fast game of tennis begins. Onlookers can
see the excitement mounting in the girls' speedy
Thirty be love is the score! The excitement mounts as
tension increases between the two girls on either side
ofthe net. Who will win this thrilling game of tennis?
The skill of these girls is rewarding to Miss Hutchinson,
who taught them to serve speedily, place the shots
accurately, and improve their deadly aim.
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Coach Class has six letter men return-
ing from last year's second place team.
Heading the list is Captain Dave Ehlers
at shortstop. Other returning players are
Lou Scola at third base, Emil Latimer and
Lenny Hicks in the outfield. Walter Krauss
and John Mattiucci will be back to handle
the pitching chores for the '52 Blue Devils.
With many vacancies to be filled there
will be many prospects battling for start-
The track team, headed by Coach Mar-
lowe, looks quite promising for this year
and next. Despite the loss ot several stars
ot last year there is a group of likely tel-
lows up from Junior High. The team is
especially strong in the distance races.
the quarter mile, the hurdles and broad
jump. It a few sprint stars show up, the
team will be solid from top to bottom.
Coach Bill Class
Frant Row "left to right : E. Latimer, P. Butler, R. Ehlers, L. Hicks, D. Ehlers, D. Pagano,
L. Scola, J. Mattiucci, D. Forte.
Back Row fleft to right : Coach B. Class, F. Lasenna, B. Dernant, E, Gardiner, H. John-
son, W. Krauss, R. Souls-, B. Hoins, Mgr.
Under the sponsorship of Mr. Puetz, this
club runs the school store and goes on trips
to various retail organizations. Members of
the Retail Club work with the merchants of
Huntington to achieve their purpose of fur-
thering the study of retailing.
Back Row fleft to rightl: R. Reisner, A. Donagh
L. Scafduzio, J. Estabrook, P. Grassly, R. Fusa
Second Row Kleft to rightj: H. Menke, T. Zorski
J. Keith, I. Maura, J. Rubman.
Third Row Heft to rightjc Mr. Puetz, A. Mlltne
D. Archer, S. Rode, L. Campo, E. Adelman.
Kneeling fleft to rightj: B. Moore, D. Bishop, J. Kuhn.
Second Row Kleft to righti: J. Christie, J. O'Brien, B. Moon, J. Garcia, S.
Lignell, E. Norton, D. Kristiansen.
Third Row fleft to rightj: C. Simrell, C. Sweetland, K. Wright, T. Silvestri,
J. Kopp, G. Zecchino.
Top Row fleft to rightj: C. Kuhn, E. Velsor, J. King, J. Kincaid, N. Wilkes,
Junior Aviation Club
The Junior Aviation Club, which
meets Tuesdays and Wednesdays with
Mr. Paris, is one of our newest clubs.
The membership includes sixteen boys
who are interested in learning the basic
fundamentals of aircraft construction
and design. While most of the work is
confined to building models, the con-
struction and operation of the airplane
engine is studied. The Mirror Air Show
at Grumman each June is the big
event of the year.
The twirling class is one of this year's
additions. lt was organized so that all
girls who are interested in twirling
would have a time to receive further
instructions and practice.
Seated Kleft to rightj: P. Pastore, R. Pusquerello, W. Wieck.
Standing lleft to right2: R. Shadbolt, W. Keresztessy, D. Pagano, Mr. Paris,
P. Osso, C. Bruno, L. Giani, B. Brilhart.
Top Row Kleft to rightj: P. Hulsen, E. Latimer, B. Ericson, J. Carlson,
H. Berleth, R. Allsopp, B. Heusy, H. Brondum, M. Kaufman.
Seated Ileft to rightj: F. Boeckman, Mr. Granger, L. Butt, E. Pitts,
M. Burnstein. M. Helman, P. Cherubini.
Mrs. Paulding's Science Club is a newly organized
group in Simpson High. The interests of the members
vary from astronomy and physics to veterinary science,
radio and mineralogy. With Peter Lefferts and Mike Schu-
man officiating, the small membership shows signs of X
almost doubling itself in the future.
Top Row Kleft to rightj: Mr. Baty, C. Keller, R. Allsopp, J. Dionne
J. Alber, F. Velsor, J. Reynolds, W. Kulhanelr, R. Rapp.
Seated at Table fleft to rightj: G. Marr, P. Valentine, A. Rullman,
Shea, R. Shirley, R. Quasha, A. Roclse, R. Philips.
The Photography Club, under the super-
vision of Mr. Granger, has two main pur-
poses: to teach the elements of photography
to the enthusiastic members and to offer the
entire school a service by taking pictures of
any organization or activity. The club has
provided candids for the Huntingtonian and
has supplied the bulletin boards with inter-
esting and timely photographs.
SCIENCE CLUB fScientfae Manus!
Standing Kleft to rightk R. Roberts, Mrs.
Paulding, F. Robinson, A. Pecha, J. Car-
bone, W. McAlister, M. Schuman.
Seated Ileft to rightlz N. Young, E. Herel,
P. Lefferts, J. Smith.
The Radio Club under the direction of Mr. Baty has
approximately twenty-eight members. Among this group
two Class B and five novice licenses are held. With its
call letters WZWLQ, this club contacts over a thousand
stations including South Africa, France, England, Labra-
dor, West Indies and Switzerland.
A friendly smile, a sym-
pathetic ear, a cheery
greeting - our secretaries
always have these ready.
The offices would be
dreary indeed without Mrs.
Autere, Miss Rogers, and
Mrs. Autere, Miss Stelljes. KAbsent, Miss Rogers.J
Starting From Paumunolr
Starting from Paumanok where I was born . . .
These are Walt Whitmans familiar lines referring
fondly to the beginning of his life in his beloved West
Hills home We know the story of his youth of his
numerous 'obs and stupendous failures at each Per
haps most interesting to us should be his growth as
The first reception given the work of this young
man was not one of approval He was known as that
queer fellow author of that queer book to those
to whom poetry was heart and flowers the verses of
Leaves of Grass were absolute vulgarnty However
the paucity of his admirers was made up for in their
fervor Anna Gilchrist English poetess said Here
would not serve pretty soft colorless words laid by
in lavender for the special uses of poetry that have
none of the wear and tear of daily life Henry David
Thoreau in a letter t friend concludes his opinion
of Whitman s poetry wthese words On the whole
it sounds to me very d American
This is how the early supporters of The Good Grey
Poet expressed their appreciation Now let us tell you
how we found him
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Whmggn never 4: m five
I believe a leaf of grass is no less
than the journey work of the stars . .
An the running blackberry would adorn
the parlors of heaven
An a mouse is miracle enough to
stagger sextillrons of infidels
echoed this feeling often in such lines
To me every hour of the light and
dark IS a miracle
Every cubic inch of space is a miracle
To me the sea is a continual miracle
The fishes that swim the rocks he
motion of the waves the ships
with men in them
What stranger miracles are these?
Most important to us perhaps was Whitman s love
for American freedom Although he rarely went to
church he made a religion of Democracy His Gospel
of American Democracy LEAVES OF GRASS glori
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essence that ex sin the everyday life of the average
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