Teaneck High School - HI Way Yearbook (Teaneck, NJ)

 - Class of 1942

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O I XTYX skncerest aooreckatkon for your un- rrrkng e'r'rorts and Xnterest on our be'naXR, we, the Ga-ss o'r X942, a'r'rec,'c'rona'reN dedkcate tbks book ro you, Coadn Pxnderson, Ns I ,,, r 0 J I f 9 fi P f e N f -V1 Yay G a a r ne gra uake And an X938 he entered And became me Coach of On Juw 6, X939 ne beeaffr Teaneck . I . our baskerbah xeam. the proud iarner of an ekgnt pound baby gm, Shortw arte ne was rnarrked . . . 4--T In ,,,'bA, ,,...y, fri M 5' L' ' li 4 XA I 3 s ix' ', u 'Om HIS book was not meant to be looked at but once, then stored away on a shelf to be forgotten. It is offered in the hope that it shall be kept close at hand, to be dipped into at times to renew those cher- ished memories of our high-school years. We have attempted to include everything that has made our life together so real and vital, for high school means so much more than just an education. The clubs we be- longed to, those Friday night dances, the sports we participated in-if only from the bleachers--are all things we will want to remember. That is why this book has been created, to help us relive in the future, those years of concentrated pleasure and education which high school has given us. L e- ADMINISTRATION FACULTY-CLASSMATES ll. CLUBS AFTER-SCHOOL ACTIVITIES SPORTS TEANECK GRUNT-AND GROAN MEN IV. MELANGE OUR EXTRA-SPECIAL ACTIVITIES V. ADVERTISEMENTS "WI-IERE TO BUY IT." .-A "eh 2 '- -Q .il 1s 2401 'Si' QN- v 44' 1 , .1 r -, '3,,. -il' .,,. 4, K x m. we 'I y 'is q0IQJ12JKlfQJfQLCLUQJ"fVLQJ Pfmuwf ML ww. LESTER N. NEULEN Supervising Principal BOARD OF EDUCATION I f ' Q, , ax vXev"EvmOQ L 74 1 , - f 1 51, YL! 'Kg-YZZLQW' ffl' we C. Mau, C. A. Armstrong, H. A. Baker, C. Bisset Jr., Dr. W. J. Conway, W. Hazelton, W, L. Kick, J. H. Sulley, P. Loddengaard, Dr. L. Neulen, Mr. Ranges. W1 5 44 cfoef,,,!:f14 fv 'OU WM CHARLES L. STEEL Principal h -ru., L, Usfr Ucfl O f7 Zz!fxL,,m ff C. WrigM,,N. Jil' Mn. R. Vlndolbllt, A. I. I a , z F .1 'f ' Mm Helen Smith, B. A. Mn. Glndyl Duffy, M. Q.. ,'1. QD,-X J- A Mn. fdhh Nou, M. A, Mr. Edgar Luv, A. B. EM Mr. Willinm Moon, M. M 0 ls. Elixabdh Brelm, Mau M..n.,1 ,sfqg,q., M. A. ..- , 4 '0."e1er. 4' - .Q ff ., ,, .lf I 4' .. -W- Mr John Hoagland B A Mi. 600790 lnkor,4of.fA.-f 44 , -' 1--, .. 1, ! ,, .f, 1 ,,.-,,.. --1 Y'-'f-H. ,. ,f .1 , I. , 7737. " ..,.-fy ' .., f".-.1 --1--...a,J, , -.. ,, V ,vim f 7-1-p'.f,,,,y-:nf ,,. .,51,.J.,,'L' .-, -. :.. ' ' , 4 ..- '-v . ,.x'Q'L '4 " . - -,. , 4,42 Q ., '...,,.-,q1.,,,,V .,.. .',v '.,-riff- "Lf"fg, . "L,,,..14,,, . Y, 5.-.1 ' f-ff: fl.- ' . I-1'5" ,.':g'f:g1p.1'.' if ... ...,.,, if-ff 1 -,wwqx ,ZR .,f"' 4-gg f'ff""' 3 fif' Miss MV. G. Hafner, M. A. P ,fy ,f -,W A, , A . ,., ',-- ,LV if k e ww ,f -V Q ', X . 2' - " ' ' 1 . T 'sl ' :ia 5 ., A A I , K XvV,QM x, E E W-Muni P W H-1',4i' Jg. ' , B. 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' C5enLCfUG ' Lf-U51 Q U ,, ,afg-'Q L." .2544 -' 'TVFFT' V ir. 2-ll' P -'14 L2-'f?"f' ' , ,671 L V- ' - Vice-Preskdenk JACK HENWOOD sneer Secretary EDJTH BULDNJNJCEL Treasurer P AUX. H PNZELT ON M fl A ,Lf.,1j,v fp 5 ,ZIV , xl. ,rlf , . V .y .iii Dante Andreana Sludenl Service IO, ll, 12: Hi-Way Advertising Staff 125 Playcraftcrs 12, "Bombshell" would like very much to become a doctor . . is an enthu- siastic baseball spectator . . relaxes by reading historical novels. .plans lor college next year Edith M. Anderson Girls' League 10, 11, 12. "Skippy" . , . quiet and earnest . , . will make an efficient secretary . . . loves to be "in the swim" for she excels at it. .llybl i fri Q-' William R. Ayers H.-v lo, ii, 12. Active Atoms 125 Football 105 Intramural Basketball 11, 12. Debonair "Air" likes all Sports, particularly foot- ball and basketball . . . plans to attend AnnaD0- lls Prep next year to Dre- pare for a Naval career Alice Alexander Girls' League ll, 125 Cin- emaddicts 115 French Club 125 Pro and Con Club ll. Nancy A. Aiken Girls' League 125 Hi-Way 125 Playcrafters 11, 125 Spanish Club 105 Basket- ball 10. "Nan", lighthearted and carefree . . . longs for a secretarial career . , . an expert seamstress . . . considers her scrapbooks her pride and joy. Bruce Adolphi Student Service 125 Red Cross Disaster Crew 125 Band 105 Golf 125 Ten- nis 125 Bowling ll, 12. He's called "Dolph" by his pals , . . likes to play golf and watch football I . . intends to find a lob and attend night school after graduation, Sociable is the word for "Zanme" . . . she'll car- cute swagger ry her through Mt. Holyoke and charm everyone there as she's done at Teaneck. C' xf -.1 'X i ' PN 5,5 f' 'ff at N N , f 'f f' tri' f' 'QSI NS 1- 1 I 5 f X XY Ox I. . 41, I Ili 16,41 s. ., xg. -f 4 I . f,"',,,' N, 'AIbinA. f 1 " ' ' Barthelson, Jr. ' 0 Art Service Squad 10, 11, N x' j 125 Junior Prom Corn- ' mittee 115 Hi-Way 125 7 Art Editorg Writcr's Club I it 125 Hi-Y 11, 125 Base- ,WV ball ll, 125 Active Atoms l2. I r "Al" known also Nor!! attach I I i "Lymph" , . . one of the , rx., school's best artists . . . F'0"1Cl'1 Flb lo, li 5 loves baseball . . . swell 5.6. l Girls' e 1 rugcutter . . . will at- 121 cial D g Clu ll if tend an school. 10' Iavfraftcf 10, 12, I At Club 1 5 rt Service 4 uad 1 5 Sen r Class S abinet5 Hi-Vvgy Art 6" a , Stud nt Service , ' 12 . 1' l E N . 5 I V en" . , comely d st Q v' acious . . dr ing 1 I, 5 5. 1 nd d g occu most ?0 , gs Ag of her t-of-s ol time 5 Hi , ' I0 12, HJ Q e fie fashion ay 1 ayfrgfferg s Ifflf ' lf l2Z Bowling , Basketball ll 12. ' Pe ity Plus . . . th Estelle . . . noth- 5 inq can quench that deli- Elliott B. Baker Red Cross Disaster Crew 125 Bowling 11, 125 Se- nior Band 105 Rifle Club 115 Fishing Club 125 Tennis 12: lntramural BBSKEYDBII ll, 12: Golf 12. "Bake" . . better known to his fellow addicts as "Mr, Becker's Bev" . . . plans to make his first millIOf'l by l944 . , . N18 telephone dtrectory rates number one on "Bake's" book lust . . . after grad' patron Bake plans to at- tend Lehigh University cious brand of Bayles hu- mor . . . has one ambi- tion . . . to become fa- mous. William H. Beaumont Stamp Club 10, ll, Bas- kgtball 12g Bowling Club l Bustling "Bee" has a great ambition . . . he hopes to become a C. P. A .... it will take a lot of concentration but Evelyn Beni Basketball 12. "Evey" . , . wants to be a secretary in the Metro- politan Life Insurance Company . . . likes swim- ming and collecting all sorts of pictures that - Art Service S uad ll, Caroline M. Berndt Helen Bernstorf Student Service 12g Girls' League IO, ll, 12, Hi- Way 12, A Capella Choir 125 German Club 10, ll, 12. Reserved Helen . . . a dash, a flash, a streak through water . , . bril- liant dress designer . . , aspires toward being a buyer . . . creative plus. John Biegler Active Atoms 12, German Club 10, ll, Math Club 12, Track ll, 125 lntra- mural Basketball lO, ll, 12. Happy-go-lucky "John- ny's" hobby is listening to the radio . , . John- ny's ambition is to be an engineer , . . plans to attend college next year. happen to interest her. I-W Y Ar Staff 12, "Bee" certainly has it in , ub id-Girls' League him . . . Bee collects Q 1 stamps as an interesting gy , sideline. p flufklll droline . wi hes,to a dressx ' design . . , as a flair - o rawin . . finds ' f X ' nqent,-we skatin X l 1 N 1 l ' li l I , i. ,X 1 1 l X , K - 1 I X W ' 1 I xg y '4 gun. ' Victor Boccard AKXQE--9f'2?: Student Service 12, Hi- Ukkb M Way Advertising Staff 'XXQXQQNQA M 125 Active Atoms 125 Nxggx - l French Club 125 wrllerfs -Wi K ga:-gg - Club iz, Bowling ll, iz, .Qu Vg ? -, X W Track ll, 12, Wrestling '-sly X y WO, ll, 12, Ye Anglers ,I lo, Intramural Baseball NNN 'N t lO' Basketbal ll L M , I , l2. ,Aja-lat" W7 "Big Vic's" favorite sport , Q73 - is baseball, but he does quite a bit of bowling in M the winter time . . . plans l, ,6 ary E. Bonneville to attend Rutgers next year. 1 ls' League 10, ll, 12, Hi-Way 12, Playcrafters s iff? orett E. Bower A Capella Choir ll, 125 Bridge Club 125 Teaneck Sports Club 10, l2J BOW" ing 11. Happy-go-lucky "Derry" is 3 peppy friend to all , , . strives for a success- ful career . . . enthu- siastic baseball fan . . . witty Bob Hope is her fa- vorite entertainer. l25 Spanish Club lo, Treasurer, Riding Club NIO, ll, 12. Though next year's plans include business school, Bonny's ambition is to be a dancer . . . Pavlova or Eleanor Powell? W Qfli Robert Blue Assembly Committee ll, 12, Playcrafters ll, 12, Active Atoms l2, Kamera Klub 10. "Bluesy" . . . always obliging and helpful . . . radio's his hobby . . . covets a million dollars just to draw interest . , . a career in naval aviation is a lesser ambi- tion. 7 Mary E. Bixler Girls' League 10, Red Cross ll, French Club ll, T,S.C. lO. "Bix" would like to travel all over the world, but the U.S.A, first , . . plans to enter nursing school next year . . , Bix's hob- by is different-she col- lects odd playing cards. Doris I. Britten Student Service 12g Girls' A League 10, 11, 125 Spa ish Club 10. Teane Sports Club llg Bowlin 12. "Dotty" , . , tall an stately . . . anticipate the lite of a model . . . finds enjoyment in rol skating , , . likes Gl Millcr's recordings. .3 Patricia Bridge Girls' League 10g Teaneck Sports Club lO, 125 Senior Riding Club lO, 12. Peppy and petite . . . "Pat" is an ardent base- ball fan . . . her one ambition is to marry a Brooklyn Dodger . . . :plans to, rest all next year. if l Q - Velma R. Bl'00kS 1 t ug: 3 Irffgx. Genial "Vel" . . . IIKGS ag? 1:'i,Qif!"?l.-J, to trip the light fantastic I p r,-...gh . . . her ambition is tO 'Elin r be a secretary . . .6I'1lOY5 515' a football game. James Brown Student Service 1Og As- sembly Committee 1 1, 12g Playcrafters 11, 125 Kam- era Klub 11, 12. Busy "Brownie" . . . for- ever snapping pictures , ,, likes swimming and toot- ball . . . ambition is to be a commercial pilot Catherine Brandes Student Service llg Girls' League lO, 11, 125 Hi- Way Advertising Staff 12g Bowling Club 12. "Kay" . . . camera tan Ethel R. Bowker Girls' League 10, ll, 121 Te-Hi News 125 Hi-Way 125 Writers Club 125 Stu- dent Service 12. Doris M. Bower Girls' League 125 Hi-Way 12g Bowling Club ll, 12. Passhand amiable . . . can lly swing a bad- assuming "Russy" . . . min ra q et . . . am- ybody's friend . . . bitf: tc, ome famous uw to 78512 The , . like r ading and Xcesp ts 0 Qqr cu 'nary qqg! ' f t . . . y m . . . 1 shgqtiaeg gsapxd her ffvrelttdfour ye - r J 5' A ,4 14, and mermaid , . . hopes ., . 44 1 IQ Q ,K Q, F to be a private secretary lg ' ff! . 'ima - " 'L f A , . . will attend a sec R , K, N .. rctarial school next year. qzflf f " " D fr ' A' ' fr-ff SN 'KA 1' J A Frederick Browne "Brownie" . . , loves music and sports . , . will study at the Jullaard School of Music next year . . . ardent Dodger fan . , , likes to travel. 4. . ll ' ', -s .Si rg' 0- M S- ' - jg S 1 life Albert Brun,X Jr. i Radio Club llg Fishing Club 12g Golf Club 12g Baseball 11, 12. Al "doesn't want to set the world on fire" . , , he just wants to go to college and then to get 3 QOOU iob . . . finds great pleasure in playing golf and watching foot- ball games. so., l' 'rr ips St WXQYA ---' fix , Q A ,O ff A -.Xin f X to lx fu el QB-f3ffXegtig' . 55 x N at if 1 Jean F. Brunton Cigls' League 125 T. 5. C. "Ginger" . . . is going to be ag secretary and hopes to invade the business world next year . . . en- ioys football, roller skaf- ing, and John Payne. N Ro" will go to work as A me 2 ice J. Buckley and 10, 115 Ac- ms 12. Buck" likes bas- and ice hockey ys both with a al of skill . . . lans to attend 'next year in pre- for a civil engin- areer . . . hobby g a sax. Edith L. Bullwinkel Student Council 115 Stu- dent Service 11, 125 Hi- Way Business and Editor- ial Staff 125 Playcrafters 10, 115 Red Cross 11, ltreasurerl 125 Cinemad- dicts 11, 125 French Club 115 Senior Class Secre- tary5 Te-Hi News 11, Circulation Manager 12. Always smiling "Eedee" hopes someday to become an excellent private sec- retary . . . hobby is ten- nis . . . favorite sports: baseball and football. , X 1 L! Fred A. Buschner Active Atoms5 Baseball 11, 125 Intramural Bas- ketball 1O, 11, 125 "Bru" . . . persevering and pleasant . . . intends entering some phase of an agricultural career . . . just at present, pigeon raising keeps him busy. Robert Busichio German Club 11, 125 Track 1O5 Football 115 Wrestling IO, ll, 12, lCo-Captainl. "Bob" . . . Co-Captain of our wrestling team . . . will grace Lehigh's cam- pus next fall . . . sees himself as a business magnet . . .will reach the top. Virginia N. Butterworth Te-Hi News 125 Hi-Way 125 Writer's Club 125 French Club 115 Dancing Club 105 Bowling 12. Talkative "Ginny" . . . sincere and dependable . . . contemplates the life of a journalist . . . col- lects ks i ' Madeline Cicoria orus 1O, 11. il ,W .0 V i ff ,LL F1 is 3 1 aff, W- 'V :ii . 1 x ii mi, , C, - - JVM: t B. Clark, Jr. Service 125 Art Squad 115 Te-Hi 25 Creative Writ- b 115 Bowling 11, f 11, 125 Baseball ick 12. ing "Bob" . . . us and popular . . . far as a reporter s car is his hobby. i Rose M. Ciottoni Girls' League. a secretary next year . . . can't decide whether she likes dancing or skating better. Madeline likes swimming and playing the piano... would like to see Tyrone Power and Rosalind Rus- sell co-star , , . both her ambition and her plans for next year include the secretarial field. -1 i. iv VN . Q6 Af' 5 ii PM 11" M , 3 . William H. Byrnes Student Council 115 Te- Hi News, Managing Edi- 125 Junior Class Hi-Y 11, 125 Club 105 Crea- Club 11, 12, Basket- Genial "Bill" will make a successful journalist . . . hobbies are records and dancing , . . hopes to go to Bucknell . . . has done some excellent work on Te-Hi News this year. Elsa Buttron Girls' League 125 Student Service 125 French Club 125 Bowling Club 12. Efficient "Buttons" will first attend Columbia, then become a nurse... her pleasing manner has won her many friends during her only year at Teaneck. Robert W. Cook Friendly "Cookie" .new in Teaneck . . , delights in skiing , . , aviation will be his career. -'ai-55,3-Q ' Frank Cordaro Basketball IO, II, I2, Soccer IO, II, IZ. Betty Cook Playcrafters IZ, Active Atoms IZ. "Cookie" is going to be a nurse and is going to Bellevue Hospital's Nurs- ing School next year . . , tennis and swimming are her favorite sports . . . reading and music are hobbies. .Sb Energetic "Fizz" is equal- ly proficient on the bas- ketball court and soccer field , . . will go straight into business career upon graduation from h' h school. Joan A. Crosson Basketball l2g Bowling Club IZ, T. S. C. l2, Joan just wants to have a successful business car- eer . . . enioys basketball and baseball in the line of sports . . . likes Jean- ette MacDonald and Nel- son Eddy when it comes to acting Grace B. Colpitts Hi-Way Advertising Man- ager I2, Modern Lan- guage Club IOg Teanec Sports Club l2. Sm ing " raci . as es A o a C i Ilan . str es out wafer with ease. Dorothy C. Cruthen Girls' League IO ll, , IZ, Hi-Way Business Staff IZ, Tc-Hi News IZ, Band IO, ll, l2, Orchestra IZ, Play Crafters IO, 12, French Club ll, Writer's Club II, I2. Agreeablc "Dotsie" . . . you should hear her play the flute . . . and you should see her on horse- Edward R. Clode German Club IO, Il. Possessor of an unusual nickname, "Freezer" wants to finish school as quickly as possible . . . a coming workingman . . . dabbles in photography and models. Fred Clauss Soccer Il, IZ, Germ Club ll, I2g Tennis Cl ll, l2, Bowling Club I l2. Lively "Fritz" . . . a wl on skis . . . lust war to be a song plugger. favorite hobby is hunti , , . plans to go to Ci lege. s Z Patricia R. Curtis Girls' League IO, II, I2g X3 t E 'ii X N S.: i l fx N l' wxl I 1 Q xx I I l back . . . next year will H"WaY Aff Sfiff '25 i s . A Escort Service l2g Art ' See he' "' Couege' service squad io, ii, iz, 'X Creative Writing Club l2g French Club llg T. S. C. K IOL Bowling I2. I "Patty" . . . alluring and .J il . glamorous . . . a future ' Schiaparelli . . . her hob- 1-rw ill "V, by is drawing portraits and doing fashion illu- strations . . . can hardly wait to make her first million. 'X Marilyn M. Davin T. S. C. IO, Dancing Clu IO: Bowling Club II Riding Club I l, l27 Arch ery Club IO5 Rifle Clu IO, II lSecretary-Trea surerl I2. "Skeets" . . . has a wa all her own . . . know for her lovely hair . . wants to be a flier . . likes airplanes, horse: and motorcycles. in Jeanne Dawson Girls' League. Jeanne's plans are uncer- tain for next year, but hopes to have a business career in the near future . . . roller skating is her hobby and she enioys baseball, and basketball. - K 9 1 ,Q . "Gay W 'C'- George J. Deblon "Crow" hopes he will give the world something to crow about when he is a radio electrician . . . his pet hobby is tinker- ing with radios . . . en- joys Groucho Marx and Jea ur. X X S5-sg A gi Q I X X' ' V ' s xx Z? skx X N I M X x ! 1 X X N. af X , WD, ll Eleanor M. Dillon Student Court lO, ll, Student Service lO, ll, l2. Hi-Way Editorial Staff l2g Cinemaddicts lO, ll, lPresidentl, Play- crafters lO, iPresidentl, ll, l2, Creative Writing Club l2. Sweet and vivacious "Lee" . . . a ray of sunshine could never compete with her smile . . . she plans to go to college and then write advertising copy. X . xc Vladim' ietrich Hi-Way Publicity Staff 125 Managers Club l2g Rifle Club 12, Wrestling Manager ll, l2g Tennis Manager ll, l2. Arguing "Andy" . , . in- terested in chemistry, Sherlock Holmes, and Lana Turner . . . has hopes for college next year and then wants to invade "big business" with his amazing talent in debating. iii Soccer ll, l2. Popular "Midge" likes all sports, baseball in par- ticular . . . "Midge's" ambition is to be a suc- cessful cartoonist . . . plans to attend art school Richard DeChristofano Baseball 10, 11, 12, Wrestling Il, IZ, Goodnatured "Greek" . . , devours "Dick Tracy" books A. . . collects ar- VPW-POlnts . . . plans to live the "life of Riley" once he's fulfilled his am- bition-getting out of school. lm, Grant B. Dellabough Student Council lO, ll, 125 Student Service lO, ll, l2, Hi-Y ll, l25 Active Atoms l2g Math Club l2: German Club lO, ll, l2, Football Man- ager ll, l25 Golf Team lO, ll, l2g Bowling Tl, 125 Intramural Basket- ball lO, ll, l2. "Dell" , , . tops in every- thing . . . terrific golfer, who'll go straight down the fairway for a hole in one. is '05 next year. Leona E. Dickinson Girls' League lO, ll, l2g Art Service Squad ll, Hi-Way l2p Junior Chor- us lOg A Cappella Choir l2g Apprentice Playcraft- ers lO, French Club lO, ll, l2g Basketball ll. Vivacious "Dickie" . . . a friend to all . . . loves to dance and to collect items for her scrapbook . . . hopes to become an artist. f 6- if x S we , E 1' ri? Betty A. Dickerson Hi-Way l2g A Cappella Choir lO, ll, l25 T. S. C., Bowling Club. Good-natured Betty will make someone a capable s retary . . . likes swim- g . . . collects class- ' Y " ' Q ban igeuctcgglgggsand base- X IJ JJ af' at ,X -fl V M my on A .ff WM " ff X if - 11- 6 Margaret M. Dempsey "Peg" hopes to become a business woman but her plans for next year are indefinite . . . found g'eat enioyment in read- ing "Rebecca" . , , likes seeing Bette Davis and Snencer Tracy co-star. Je QL. alfa!-'Clie dv., 4 . ,,,.,.n-tJ f-lf I - H1 " f, 141 QA' My Henry L. Dunning, Jr. Footmtfi. Fug - loving, facetious "Hank" is air-minded . .. work as an aircraft me- chanic lies ahead . . . free time is taken up by model airplanes and rac- ing boats. Robert Durand "Shrimpy" has anything but a shrimpy ambition . . . he wants to make money . . . is going to work next year with his r c uet. . .likes father . , . playing base- ball is his hobby . , . likes any picture with Olivia de Havilland and Errol Flynn. u t Council l Robert Draclz Junior Class Cabinet ll lVice-Presidentl, Germar Escort ice I2 Club IO, Il, l2g Draft- gue I il , l25' Senior ing Club IO, llg Bowling dentggqce io, 1 ' I a inetg Crea ivgwriting Clu ll, Germ lub Joan E. Dunham io, , gm, Student Service l2g Girls' QQ ' League IO, ll, IZ, able "Betty" . . . French Club IO, ll, s a mean ping. 5Danish Club ll, Bowling Club ll. Interior Joan's one and only am- decorating is D to watc hat pigskin fly . . . hopes attend sec- retarial schoo . . . a pal to all. ,J Janice Eintracht Girls' League IO, Il, IZ, Hi-Way Advertising Staff IZ, Playcrafters IO, ll, IZ, Writers Club ll, IZ, French Club Il, l2. Jitterbugging Janice . . . always a mischievous gleam in her eye . . . loves horseback riding . . . fascinated by collect- ing records , . . college is her goal. Club Il, l2g Baseball IO Il, l2g Basketball IO, ll l25 Soccer l2. Languid "Bob" . . . out- standing in all sports . . , likes baseball and may someday play for the Giants . . . des es to Qc to colle . liition . . . is going to If-'Qe next year to .VO lorugyt 'such eer , ,, " ' ,Mo yiske igagqpp. 1 atv., .mrVlY'E'o c ' , all ,, sorgot sou n s. ',-,sf i-f If U f . ,ff - TI I -' ,.., I X ara! X i of 'S "'t J' -' ' . . ,f 1 fx-,YJ X kj I . 1 Z," gf ' L, 9 Phillip S. Emmons i Aj! Student Service llg Ger- l Ox l Wir man Club IO, ll, Kam- ' era Klub IZ, Bowling X , Club ii, 1 I jyi "Puff" spends his spare I A time clicking a camera X ix . . . the thought of world travel entrances him . . . 91 I wishes for a perfect fu- ,, 1 ture, U ,- muse E. Enfield flf ,ff , N Pro and Con Club IO, ,xv Spanish Club ll, Dancing I ' io. ff I ,f Mischievous "Bette" , . . her twinkling toes will send her on to fame and fortune . . . cheers Tom- my Dorsey's records . . . enjoys bowling and roller 1 IQ Jean Embrey A Cappella Choir IO, I Active Atoms I2, Hi ing Club IZ, Baseball l llg Basketball ll, I2 Hockey ll, IZ. "Beamie" wants to be good nurse a is going to Eng lewoodiospital tofd skating. get that traqng , . y likes football james but X A J' I- only in crrqimn Tea- 1 W S neclg ig contestant . . Ifx , 'A F . "Beamie sure is faith- . Z as P, ful ' I X i x 5 X lv 28 C .A .J .Ax Frank E. Engstrom Student Service 125 Rifle Club ll, l2g Track ll, Active Atoms l2. "Eggsy" Engstom . . . the boy with a flair for femmes . , . has quite a bit of difficulty holding that great big third-floor door on his student ser- vice post. if P2 M Lucille E. Ewest Girls' League, German Club. "Lee" . . . small, dark quiet, and sweet . . . will be a nurse, special- izing in phy ical therapy . . . pans course in this fiel n year . . . was bor t wimt f W 'M' Evelyn M. Ferguson Girls' League IO, II, - A Cappella Choir I2g Way 12, Playcrafters IO, II, l2, Frertch Club IO, II, Active Atoms IZ. l2, Hi- Effervescent "-Fergie" . . . a great gal, a grand pal . . . as for sports, foot- ball is tops . . . collects absolutely everything . . . next year will see "'Fergie" riding the subways to business school. af' Angelina Ferraro Red Cross Council IZ. "Angie" is going to be a i beautician and is going to a beauticians' school Fr k A. Feiyndez At e IFI, I2, nio ' et II, pa - is Clu -IO, Ma 's C 1,25 Te-Hi Ne IO, II Rifle Clu O, II, owlin lilll, I2, Riding IO, II. Frank is going to work next year and hopes to find a nice soft position that will enable him to continue with his favorite next year . . . enjoys bicycle riding and listen- ing to the radio . . . enioyed reading "High Sierra" and "Rebecca." John Ferreira Rifle Club IO, II, Foot- ball I05 Baseball ll. Commonly known as "Error" . . . John plans to ioin the Navy . . . builds models as his hob- by . . . likes football. 1' pastimes . . . horseback Vyyriding and women. W' V 0 f yvvfi-bbc , - ' lr . , x , I - - r' X t f in r Doris Flugt I i ZW ' I Girls' League io, ii, IZ, Hi-Way Advertising and ' Circulation Staffs I25 lj! ' Bowling iz. W X, I H I Secretarial school will prepare demure "Dor" to be the "perfect secre- ffj, tary" . . . a fondness for . rf, . I' 1 ,r Henry 0. Forrest, Jr. Camera Club, IO, II, I2, Hi - Way Photography Staff I2. Good natured "Dink" did a fine iob on a lot of the pictures in this book . . . hopes to study chem- ical engineering at Mas- sechusetts Institute of Technology. K i ' x is travel will take this "camera clicker" to far distant climes. Ryder Forbes Bowling Il, I2, Rifle Club II. Carefree "Rye" . . . plans to take a trip to Cali- fornia . . . is a streak on ice . . . hopes to enter some field in naval avia- tion. lid GQ it 'KJ John L. Flanagan Te-Hi News I2, Hi-Way IZ, Football Il, IZ, Track I2. "Pepper" . . . hopes to be a reporter . , . spends his time fishing, swim- ming, or playing baseball . . . ambition is to be "a good boy." iw 5, iff, Q Beatrice D. Ferris Student Service IO, IZ, Te-Hi News Advertising and Circulation Staffs I2, Playcrafters I2. Likable "Bea" . . , quiet and efficient . . . plans to be a nurse and will make a good one . . . loves to rollerskate. ter Syracuse next yea' Jean E. Fraser Student Service 10, ll, Hi-Wa-,' 12 Gris' League 10, ll, 12 Pay:'atters 12 Actve Atoms 12 French club to, 11. "Fritz" tunloying and popular , a smooth dancer , . . plans to en- William J. Gansarx Golf to, ii, iz. "8ill' . . . has one am- bition, to be a millionaire . . . defense work calls . likes all active sports, but concentrates on golf George Ganzenrnuller Hi-Way 12, Te-Hi News 125 Tennis 125 Active Atoms 12. If you see a fellow with a tie so loud that teach- ers give it eighth periods, you're undoubtedly gaz- ing at "Ganz" . . Ganz's ambition is unknown.. h,5 plans for next year are unknown . . his hobby is unknown . . collects knickknacks. vi! Q, 4 .P Rap tr Q?--v Saul Fox Student Council 12,' Stu- dent Seryice 12, Active Atoms 12, Math Club 12, Track 10, 11, 12, Football ll i Richard K. Fox Hi-Y 10, ll, 12, Bowl- ing 12. Dependable "Foxy" . . . likes to bowl and play football , . . plans to see California next year . . . will be a salesman. F. Foster Girls' League 10, Il, 12 Baseball 12, Basketbal 12. Obliging "Rea" . . . hc secretarial aspirations wi place her in the busines world next year . . beams at the mention o Errol Flynn's name. I Ambitious "Varsity" plans .- to study chemical engin- eering at Drexel next ' year , , . extremely fond -fl ,. of all sports, especially 9' " X track . energetic. Y . Q I I' c f 'X 1 J , W 'N Wu-gg ' ' ,O , , . 0 Ak ' A jkx grvl x jr A Lf' L 197 Y l , 1 A 1 X 0' X L., I X ,lr ' ltr' I Dorothy Gehlback S - ' lp A 1 ,, X I ,V Q n T, S. C 10, Basketball -A t .Lp 10, v ll ls Il 10,1-l cke ' , IO- O cy a 0 Y Walter W. Gehringer ' ' "Dot" . . . quiet and un- Sh-'dem Service 10, ll, 'I assuming . , , plans to 'Zi SOCCCV 10, 11, 12: J go to beauty school and B0W"f1Q 10, Ili H'-WBY 1 , become a beautlcian , . . '21 Gcfmafl Clllb 10, ll, " hkes to Skate, 12, President 11, Play- 1 crafters 12, 1, ' f Marie R. Garvey Girls' League 125 T S C 12. Friendly red-haired "Rea" expects to be a tvpist when she leaves school . . . goes roller skatrng whenever she gets a chance. "Gringo" pleasant and amiable always . . . pra- tical too . . . his life-long ambition is to get an "A" on one of Mr. Beck- er's tests is 'Qrr X 30 Delores Gervers Girls' League 10, ll, I2 Student Council 115 Stu dent Service 12, Hi-Wa l2g Playcrafters 11g Cine maddicts ll, Secretary Active Atoms 121 Gel man Club 10, ll, 12. Pleasure - loving "Del . . . desires two thing of life-to be successfi and happy . . . craves snappy tennis match is loads of fun! K' if Milton Goldin Zelda Gordon Math Club II, Football Student II, I25 Pro C1 Con Club Il, I2. Hard - working, capable "Milt" . . . will go far as an aeronautical engin- eer . . . lists skating as his hobby, baseball as his favorite sport. or Smith the idea ur i career sews during her eisure Arlone B. Grimm Girls' League IO, IZ, Ap- prentice Playcrafters IO, Writers Club I2. Friendly "R" . . . fun- loving and carefree . . . will be a "white collar girl" . . . finds enjoy- ment in watching a foot- ball game. x ,H ' Dorothy Gross Girls' League IO, IZ, German Club IO, Teaneck Sports' Club IO lVice- Presidentlg Girls' Leaders Club II, I2 iTreasurerl, Girls' Sports IO, II, I2. Lively "Dot" . . . care- free and companionable . . . likes to skim bliss- fully over the briny deep . . , plans to be a social worker. h . . . f ' isoufgotball ever . engllgif JIAI . XX I dust .haunts her. N ,-2:f,.. -J-W 9,15 '7 - , ,1,4f-fr.,-if , -,Jeff ff 'fr Ihr I .fu-'7"-Af' ff' f J67""f"4'9 ll AA'-I .f..,r... tfr'-"ta I X ' v ,P ,l I wil algiu .r 'B X I l an 1 .IA . I , - 5 lj, -iq fl Stanley Hammel oo Football I2g Wrestling Bet Hannibal Girls' League IO, k Playcrafters IO, IZ, Ger- man Club IO. "Bet" . . . tall and state- ly . , . would make a wonderful model . . . Mr. Powers, here's your best "Bert" . . . next year will see her in business school. yr Una J. Hamill Girls' League IO, ll, Playcrafters IO, II, I2, French Club IO, II, Math Club II, l2g T. S. C. IO, II. "Sleepy" . . . agreeable and thoughtful . . . will attend college or Kath- erine Gibbs. . . would like to be a transport pilot of a TWA Strato- liner. II, I2. "Stan" plays a hard and heavy brand of football . . . plans to become an army engineer . . . will attend college next year . . . Stan's fascination is stamps. .. , X., Isl N viii' I Ili Xt , 5 Will 'ig NX X Rita Halligan Red Cross Council II, Girls' League IZ, Senior Orchestra IO, ll, I2, Senior Band IO, Il, I2. Likable, cheerful "Rea's" experience in Teaneck's band and orchestra will be an invaluable aid in her coming musical car- eer . . . favors football and John Payne's acting. I. June Groth Te-Hi News 125 Hi-Way Staff I2, Ushering Staff I2g A Cappella Choir II, Girls' League II, IZ, Dramatic Club II, Bowl- ing Club II, 125 Horse- back Riding I2. June hopes to be a suc- cessful business woman . . . from all appearances we think she will succeed , . . likes Donald Duck and Daisy . . . finds great pleasure in playing the piano. 'Y f vs 1 -i T9 N,,.gno-Ib1-- " ' .af Magi If x' if N lib Shine 'em up! Why any? a D d for YCDZUS' I hate Ufxup fob .1 Late agann- ak Confefe nf-9 f . Ckose 0 say fp-HSI bufx OU, r 0 1 ni? Where' 5 The hydra M . . 3 aklflg fhe rounds A5 Off.: U1-,ch Knittin' for Britain AH that meat and no 13507 DOT-atoes! Q' D Y or 'xox xo To bu X .LJ xl!! .j 5' f If I 'IH IJV. I Jfgflx If 5 'J Paul C. Hazelton Baseball IO, II, IZ, Soc- cer IZ, Football IO. "Chic" is the best ever . . . first baseman on the baseball team , . . his ambition is to go into the field of aeronautics lv Ethel Rita Hauch Te-Hi News Circulation Staff ll, Bowling Club l2, Riding Club l2. "Rita" will realize her ambition by running of- fice machines , . . star newspaper salesman , . . will take football as a spectator's sport, roller skating as an active sport. Joan B. Heatley Girls' League IO, II, IZ, Hi-Way Advertising IZJ Playcrafters IO, II, I23 French Club IZ. Darling "Pinky" . . , cute and clever, .likes to slice that H30 . , . can execute a neat Iindv . . . wishes to be a model, tl Harold C. Hartwick Band IO, II, IZ, Orches- lqra IO, ll, IZ, Football Og Wrestling IO. 'Harold is going to have .a Chance for revenge in he near future . . . he nts to become a den- ti is going to col- next year to study Logthis profession ob IS -I! dm., Robert A. Harris Student Service II, IZ, Student Council IZ, Play- I2j Creative crafters Writing Club Il. "Bob" possesses "the ten twinkling fingers of Tea- neck High" . , . rabid polo enthusiast . . , will prepare for dentistry at Ohio State. Adelaide Hansen German Club IO, II. Friendly "Al" desires career in iournalism . . next year will find he at Katherine Gibbs . . collects souvenirs ot every shape and size. X y ' music f, Gl4t"1Q,i.i9.a4f 1 , ' ' X K ,, ' , "' ii I Kona--'. 'd"m" 'wi U is ' x X n K I 'X l X- , N Xi x X I . I ,, X X , 7 K K W ' .xt I X J X Y 'th' .NHC I ,, , II .X N NC Xl iv fx X X Y I N X40 x ,K Il f XI Georg T. Heinemann ' I X ' Math Club iz, Rifle Cluli ,A I 5 . IO, II, IZ, - '- ' IA Serious, ambitious "Muz- zle" , , . thinks in terms ' of riflery, his hobby and John 5- Henwood s favorite sport , . . makes . ' a good defense attorney H"Y IO' ,I If 12' Haas' 7 urer, Junior Class Cab- ? of our Student Court . . . . I A . ' , 5 Stevens Institute of Tech- H331 Ciggelffloggingji cgsgy will have him next lo: Basketball' III I2: Junior Prom Committee. Conrad Hedderich "Connie" hopes to secure a position in aircraft con- struction when he gradu- ates . , . has one ambition fto own a I944 Olds- mobile . . . likes to tinker with automobiles . en- iovs ice skating. 16' Easy going "Jackson" will honor Georgia Tech next year . . . the hobby of this potential aeronau- tical engineer is all sports, but basketball is his favorite. Miriam Hess l'lljWay Art and Adv. tistng Staffs I2j Pl: crafters IO, Girls' Leaq 10, ll, IZQ Bowling I2 Obliging "Mike" , Dlays the piano . . . v probably so to Skidmt College . . . hopes to I come a commercial arti 34 I Q u I 1 lobert T. Heusser ident Council 11, 125 iclent Service 125 Stu- 'it Court 125 German lb 1.0, ll: Spanish Club , Vice-President5 Rifle .ib 105 Bowling Club , 125 Baseball 12. oughtful, conscientious ton-ey" . . . as pro- :uting attorney of the Jdent.Court he is A-1 , . likes horse-racing . . wants to see the X William Hill Football 125 Basketball 12. Bill . . . better known as "The Finn" . . . came to us from Bogota this year . . . plans to be an aeronautical engineer , . . another one of Tommy Dorsey's admirers. Robert J. Hinman Cinemaddicts 115 Hi-Way Business Manager 12. Capable Bob . . . pos- sesses great executive ability . . . did a great iob on the Hi-Way fi- Anne E. Hofmayer Girls' League 10, ll, 125 French Club 10, 115 Bowling Club 12. To cook one square meal is "Hoffie's" ambition... blonde and blithe , . . she loves collecting toy dogs . . . finishing school or college is to be her next year's destination. irld . , . headed for , Ilege. nances . . . spends his summers traveling, or would if he could. .7 flew ' f 4 '1QAA?UL B9 T , f " 4 .141 FFR 1 il? . 5 " ff ' . x ' 1 l l 7.-if Q , L XI X ' . , lk - . A to ' X 1 5 XV, , Q X f Marian L, Horner Girls' League 12. 1 Clyde A. Houghton ,isisul new from pennsyl- Assembly Committee 115 ?':"T'a Ames' igijoyieggm' Junior Prom Committee Ig .H b 9 ii- Hi-Y ii 12- Ac- "Wes-"W' Saw' . ' At Ii ' cial worker . . . headed twe Oms ' for college. "Hooten" . . . poised and debonair . . . is head- N H nt ed toward a pair of wings . . . likes to play -15' ag edgy, ll, 12: basketball . . . spends ,yc fer 2: French his spare time tinkering .lb 11, 25 Bowling with radios. 125 c r 105 Hoc- O Ba et all 10. inc ant "mini" . . . pe to o college d t en b me a kin- rgarten t cher . . . res all animals . . . a seball fan. 35 Muriel HorneQS Girls' League 5 Hi- ay Art Stafff-lflgs rt C 105 Bowli u 12. "Muzzy" is shy C sweet , . . hopes t en., ter art school and fashion designej , , , - lects stamps. ' Q. ' ...N X f AR w A 'Mfr' . lie, Wu 5 0 li li f 4. il ,fs-11 Mg Z,-J 'If' 1,1 Q . s '1 ' stiff, ' 1 I . 4 V, is ' 1 i'L'-V' 1.9! A 1- 3,1 ff' Irene J. Hofstetter Playcratters 1O5 Chorus 1O5 Hi-Way 11, 125 Shorthand Club 10, 115 Bowling 12. Genial, cornpanionable "l" is another of our record collectors . . - 9V1l0YS dancing . . . is proud of Teaneck's football champs . , . crazy about the pigskin sport. 6 Fred W. Hohensee Rifle Club 10, ll, 12. Obliging "Fritz" . . . has a winning smile . . . his ambition is to own a hunting lodge . . . plans to go into aviation next Alix is KK ilk r 5 C K v - 1 x ' s. I ww King G. Johnson Kamera Klub lO, ll, 12, Active Atoms 12, Draft- ing Club lOg Aviation Club lO, Bowling Club ll, 12, Rifle Club l2. Kang is interested in avia- tion , . will make a career ot aeronautics , . . shutter-fiend . . . chem- istry attracts his atten- tion , . . so does Betty Grable, Neil W. J. Johannessen Student Service 12, Stu- dent Council lOg Band lO, ll, Wrestling ll. Neil hopes to attend either Cornell or Rutgers next year , . after four years of college he is go- ing to loin the Navy and become an Admiral . . . wrestling is his favorite sport. 3 y, Mn 1 Wifi I-i IA l f 1 I ,- Marilyn V. Johnston Cross IO, Red ll, Hr Way IZ, Te-Hi News ll, 125 A Cappella Choir 10, MA! 'X .yl o r J ,fu 1721! I If , .r - f.gai,iff- ll, 12, Creative Writinq Club ll, 125 T. S. C, lOg Riding Club ll, 12, Bowling Club 12, Golf 125 Basketball llg Hiking Club IZ. Complacent "Lyn" dancing and tennis occu- py most of her spare time . . , plans to go to a school of iournalism and eventually write for a magazine Leonard Jones Active Atoms 12. "Len" has, by this time, become a member of Uncle Sam's fighting forces . . , left school in December to loin up , y y likes Chemistry particular- lv, and has hopes of be. 'UQ a chemical engineer 'fl The Drinting and d e- , 'HQ Industry 1 . , ,,,,,, 1 Cross ll siness d,,. dhe, fart Y Q77 Marene Jorgensen Student Service Escort Service League lO, ll, l2g A Cappella Choir lO, ll, 125 Playcraflers ll' Ac- tive Atoms l2g French f.Club ll. Charming "Shorty" . . an all American girl . . . will make a brilliant med- ical technician . , . can really toss a basketball. ll, 12, 5 Girls' l .I X! 1 K1 x lt JA l 1 . i -1 s 1 '4 3 'r l- LJL N vyfk 1 XX il L' lj' i Li wk' I Ai vs . A J . , V ,lu L l Ti' si' A ff as , VSV' f'X Helen A. Jindra 12, Senior Or- a "Gin- stenographer- vhokisualizes own- a cottage in the Vermont Mountains . . . leans toward ice-skating. fflffii. Adrian Jernnin Active Atoms 12, E 105 Tennis Team ll, lgfle Team 10, Wrest germ.. 1 I 1 shy friendly , , , even gm his trombone comes 1 he is never happier when putlering arg with anything scien . . . hopes to be electro-chemical engii v . wee' Q , . f :A gram. xv-bffltf 33702-xr J A ,n v Albert E. Joy Football 10, ll, 12, Cap- tain, Basketball 10, ll, 125 Baseball 10, ll, 125 Track ll, 125 Senior Class President 12. Al's well known for his good sportsmanship, not only in Teaneck, but throughout the county . . . President of the Senior Class and Captain of the Football Team... Al plans to attend col- lege next year. George H. Kahl, Kamera Klub 10, I Football Manager 1 Amiable George . . fully masculine . , mires Veronica Laki what would the Pl raphy Club do w him? . . . good sti too. QL! Stanley R. Kapp 'rack l2. kviation . . . more avia- 'ion . . . "Kappie" eats, sleeps, and drinks it . . . oves to ride in cars . . . track is a source of en- ioyment to him. E-MW? Alvin Kassel Baseball l2g Basketball l2j Bowling l2. "Al" just wants to get out of school and then he is aiming to have a good time as a literary critic . . . likes collecting photographs . . . would like to meet Paulette Goddard. Eleanor J. Keller Student Service, Escort Staff, Girls' League lO, ll, l2g Spanish Club lO, T, S. C. ll, Bowling l2g Leaders Club l2g Hi- Victor R. Kelley Senior Cabinet l2j Li- brary Council lO, Stu- dent Council lOg Rifle Club ll, Chess Club lO, llg Riding Club lO, ll, Ye Anglers 125 Baseball, Basketball, Tennis, and Football lO, ll, l2. "lrish" is heading for big things . . . he wants to fight for his country and as a result hopes to get into the Navy next year . . . has two hob- bies, movies and girls. s 1 x sb QM, L1 'L W 4 'xi X N ls! ' x,5x , 1. XJ. , tv Y X kd I I f -- ' X , X A .FR w 'ii - x . I li fr. I c 'P 1 in 'xr 'sg , 1-4. ox 4. 1. v ig Rosemary Kellgfgw Girls' League lOg Frenclwffi Club lO, ll, l2, Play- crafters lO, l2. Regal "Raye" . . , poised and comely . . . has a flair for dressmaking . . . her ambition is a trip to Honolulu. A ,ming may Advertising Staff l I Sincere "El" . . . thinks 1 ff collecting knickknacks X 'M' lots of fun . , . she also ff aspires to be t e perfect N I, secretar . O " X ' :ll ,aa 7 V- if 'J J x B , I, ffl -. I Ly! .X , ,. , f- 1 , -. , ,, 1 ,f I' ' r 1 GP' ff Henry . alll! Bowlin Blondggjrgibnag "Hennie" ,,, o es to become a successful C ,H - airplanes and a tion in- terest ' . . . - ' baseba I line of sports. W CEQA., Comedian "Kief" u U 7 likes all sp t . , bas! 5 KI nan ketball the est . . . - ' plans to w r an' stu H - a l Playc f night l U2 1 raduationl. . di es l e Dodgers. e a N 044, CD., Do is go g tor mi o I she nts ' i ot- b is, S Tra y, an Fowsm h. t R 37 Esther Hall Kenyon Girls' League lO, ll, 12, Playcrafters lO, ll, l2g Creative Writing l2, Treasurer, Active Atoms l2j German Club lO, ll, 125 Hi-Way l2g Student Sirvice l2g Bowling Club l . Pretty and pleasant, "Es- sie's" a victim of wan- derlust . . . would love to travel forever, but the bluest seas could never compete with those eyes. Lloyd E. Kennedy Kamera Club lO, ll, l2, Active Atoms l2g Math Club l2, Bowling Club ll, l2, Track ll, Hi- Way Staff, Advertising l2j Wrestling IO. Happy Llcyd . , . totes a snappy camera and takes some dandy photos . . . is planning to be an en- gineer. kydggdv '4'1i4.- 5' I" YHLV ' Y. i 1 Vp! J-ep s 5 y-if I , L rx' Gr Llp! b ' yy of' 1' 'X HI R ic r' ia 5' wf'CLiQf" L 1 een . orn ie ki ,LV Girls' League 10, 11, 125 Te-Hi News 115 Ht-'Wray 12, Basketball 12. L Helen . . . conscientious " f and friendly . , . wants to Esko J. Koskinen Bowling Club 12. Esko hopes to become a successful electrician aft- er graduation , , his favorite sport is football spends his spare time with woodworking and model planes become a commercial art- ist after going to college . . dotes on basketball, l 0114, a, Florence V. KIIAUSS Student Service 125 Art Service Squad 115 Hi-WaY Art Staff 125 Girls' League 12, Art Club 105 French Club 1O, 115 PYO Cy Con Club 105 Social Dancing 105 Riding Club 12. Energetic "Bebe" . . . enters into everything with unusual enthusiasm , , . would rather do art work than eat . , . a foot- Kath ryn A. King Student Council 115 Stu- dent Service Ushering Staff 125 Girls' League 10, 11, 125 Hi-Way Staff 125 Te-Hi News 125 Spanish Club 105 T. S. C. 125 Bowling Club 12. "Kaye's" hobby is writing and to pen a novel will fulfill her ambition . . . loves skating, Robert Cummings, and Deanna Durbin. 6. Hilliard Lauzon 'D 3 Robert J. Krais Art Club 105 Stamp Club 105 Ye Anglers 10, 1l5 Rifle Club 115 Bowling Club ii, Track ii, 12, Wrestling 125 Tumbling Club 12, Jovial, happy-go-lucky "Bob" rides a bicycle... defense work is on his schedule for next year , , . will be a cartoonist eventually , . . keen about scouting and pho-J tograph,y, if iii., .119 v -I t f rx' ." l., 'gf' Q' S A i ' l - ' . 5' . ff' W '.f-' X f ' ' if r r . , ' 1 La' 51119 6- s George G. Lamberson Student Council 11, Stu- dent Service 125 Junior Cabinet 115 Senior Cabi- net 125 Playcrafters 10, 11, 125 Biology Club 105 Te-Hi News 125 Foot- ball l0, 11, 125 Basket- ball 1O, 115 Baseball 10, 115 Track 12: Wrestling 125 Bowling Club 11,12. 'Red' or "Maid" , . . known as the center on our football team . , . saxs his hobby is "wim- m.n" , hopes to go to college next year. ball Eugene Kilmurray Basketball 10, ll, 1, Football 12. "Kil" expects to becorr a sports writer in gl- VGVY near future , , hopes to find work ne, year that will help hir in this field , . , judgin from his records i Sports we think he wi success . . ,ifavorite sport is football rooter. s Xvx-X SQ QNX X X V if 've' XX o 49 ,Wil iii. Q, N9 H , stef .0 r . tr V29 1 is ,frm Q my f ,KO X ,fa Norma M. arsen A Cappella Choir 125 A Sfvnoqraphy Club io, ii, B0Wl'f1Q Club 125 Basket- ball l25 Ping Pong 125 Rifle Club 125 Tennis 12, Obliging, reserved "Norm" loves to dance . , , wants ahljoib next year . . 5 t In s very highly f basketball, O Walter C. Lauke German Club5 Bowling Club. Friendly "Walt" will never travel enough to suit himself . . . loves any- thing connected with globe trotting . . . names the Dodgers as "the" baseball team. Q X A Hn' x N 1-" Football 10, 11, 125 Ba ball IO, 11, 12. Bucking "Hilly" , . . interested in anyth concerning sports . . thinking of maritime as a career . . . it will a night school next y ,V sh 4 A school after he leaves Warren I. Lowe ' Theodore A. Lee Student Council 10, 1 15 Band 11, 12, President 105 Orchestra 10, 11, 12. Likable "Ted" . . . can beat it out on anything that blasts a tune . . , model planes and aero- nautical equipment fasci- nate him . . . hopes to play in a "name" band. Edward A. Levy Band 10, 11, 125 Orches- tra 10, 11, 125 Active Atoms 125 Rifle Club 115 Track 12. Likable 'lMoe" . . . the bane of Mr. Bream's sixth period class . . . plans to go to Drexel next year . . . you should see him handle a canoe . . . his ambition is to be an aeronautical engineer un- less T. D. can use a ass player. WM Thomas J. Licata Senior Orchestra 11, 125 Senior Band 11, 125 Bowl- ing Club5 Wrestling. "Tom" appreciates both classical and swing music . . . as far as screen stars go he likes Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour . . . Z hopes to join a training school. QW' N5lf, T ' ff ABI 1 ,,,. 1 Si? Chess Club 10, 11, 121 Baseball Manager 115 Football Manager 12. Lanky "Lowed" would like to become a good ac- countant . . . extremely interested in chess and stamp collecting . . . vorite sport is baseball. V William H. Louviere Student Council 115 Stu- dent Service 115 Debat- ing Club 105 Rifle Club 11, 125 Bowling Club 11, 125 Basketball 125 Track 115 Football 11, 12. blonde and bashful saves Life magazines and is sure to attain his goal that of being a success in i e. Clara Lorenzen Clara is going into busi- ness next year and hopes to become one more of our very successful busi- ness women . . . hobby is roller skating. Vera G. Limone Spanish Club 115 All Girls' Sports 10, 11, 12. Peppy "Fifi" enioys ath- letics . . . goes for roller skating in a big way , . . her hobby is taking snap- shots . , . secretarial am- bitions. Margaret Quiet viii. pert 1' 'r is jiri Cornelius Lindholm Baseball 10, 11, 125 Sog- cer 11, 12,5 Ye A I 105 Wrestling 10, fliers Sincere and popular HB1-lddY" . . . star pitch- er . . . baseball and girls are the main interests in his life . . . hopes to go to Colgate next year . 4 in Rau Ada A. Linton Girls' League 125 Basket- ball 125 Baseball 12. "Linny" is going to be a secretary . . . is going into business next year where she hopes to set the world on fire with her secretarial knowledge . . . finds great pleasure in football and dancing. ' t . .U o - 5 lects In ncorrsecdl s.. fl V42 V, J X4-X -, i i - A -f ' be J UU A y If fi ja., f - ' 1' , I 'I' 4 tl ' ' xx r f I J I'- f- .5 'F ,I i I ' '- KI 4 x ly! f J lv , 1. V V H .ks XL T C. 'I XJ Nat J. Marchesi, Jr. Mcchanically minded "Nat' '.,. tankers with model railroads , , . base- ball is his favorite sport . , , will attend a trade -,cliool next year Edward R. MacDonald, Jr. Student Council ll, Stu- dent Serv.ce ll, l2, Bas- ketball IZ, Bowling I2g Track Il, l2g Football IO, I2 "Archibald" dreams of a career in the field of aviation . , , spends what spare time he has at that star football player . does much extra-curricular work, Q-r i Jeanne M. Markey A Cappella Choir IO, II lpresiderttl I2g Girls' Lea- gue IZQ Apprentice Plb Crafters IO' Fren , I l, . S C , I I , asket l IO' aseball IO. uant etty ean- sh onte all a ar lov lj cing Q , , oo s . ugh r ffjif JM fl gf' r if FQ Jean Teancck Sports Og Ruling Club IO, I, I2g Dancinq Club I , lke Club ll, Arc Clulx IO, Bowling Clu , I ,, Diminutive lnlf arirl orc s , . . wishes 1 C Wo- mc-n's Mech i cl it f we . clotes r ho o Ernest W. Maas, Jr. Bowling I2g Tennis I2. "Ernie" . . . accomplished accordianist . . . plans to enter business world and go to night school. Lois M. Mascclo Art Service Squad Ilg Hi- Way Art Staff I2g Art Club lOg Volleyball IO, ii, IZ. Dolores C. Marti Girls' Leagueg Bowling Club iig T. 5 c, io, Riding Club IO, II, I2g Basketball IO' Baseball IOg Ho:l-:ey IO Dolores . . right-on-the beam . . has lovely clothes and certainly can 'wear them . . dancing occupies most ot her are time, will make a cute secretary Amusing "Loco" , . . small and cute , . . one of our most talented art- ists . . . has fun on a bike. 'ln Thomas Masters Active Atoms I2j TraCk II, l2g Soccer I2g Bas- ketball l2. "Tom Mix" hopes to be a radio broadcaster . . . would like to have HedY Lamarr and Gary COODGV on his program . . - 9975 a great deal of fun out of fixing cars. Staff II Club II, II anticipate as a Spanis r next ye: ick riding an tin g phonograp fill her Ieisur fx h af June C. Mathis Student Service IO, Girls' League IO, ll, Library Council llp Way l2g Playcrafters Active Atoms I2g De ing IOg Bowling I2. Appropriately nickna "Gabby" . . . never dc hearted . . . keeps usual pets . . . will b Army Nurse after lege. "C" Daryl Matthews idvertising Staff Hi-Way 5, Senior Band lO, ll, Ausical "Matty" wants to iave -his own band and vith that in mind is studying for a musical :areer next year . . . vtatty has his own dance :and now and is doing :iretty well for himself. ,-f"""'-A 'J f K Robert McDonnell 1, Student Council lO, ll? Editorial Staff Hi-Way 12, Playcrafters lO, ll. 12, Active Atoms l2? German Club 121 Fishing Club lO, ll, l2. Active "Bob" likes fish- ing, tennis, and swim- ming , , , an active mem- ber of the fishing club , .I . would like nothing better than to catch B fish so big no mental enlargement would be necessary. F s Dorothy Matthews Pert, blonde "Cheche" has an unusual ambition . . . wants to be a cham- ion roller skater p . . . collects souvenirs . . . swimming, along with skating, keeps her in the pink. Q H. Edward McDonnell Kamera Klub. "Mac" , , . small and lively . . . eriiovs ice skating . . . phot0Qf2DhY and music are among his leisure activities . . . for- estry will be his liveli- hood. alum. Robert N. Maurer Student Council lO, ll, 12 lVice-Presidentlg Stu- dent Court Justice ll, Junior Class Cabinet, Senior Class Cabinet, Playcrafters lO, ll, l2g Cinemaddicts lO, ll, l25 'French Club ll. Affable "Bob" . . . his hobby is collecting rec- ords . ,ta will make a charming a' well as cap- Thomas S. Maxwell Chess Club lO, ll, Photo- graphy Club lO, Active Atoms l2. Smooth "Maxie" . . , would like to play a trombone with Vaughn Monroe . . . possesses musical talents plus . . . likes a stiff football game. able doctor . his brot ill' 'ir N. Donald McCalmont Stamp Club lO, ll, Fish- ing Club lOg Rifle Club lO, Band lO, ll,-12, Orchestra lO, ll, l2. Conscientious "Mac" . . quiet and unassuming . . . will go to college . . . collecting stamps is his hobby. admires , i ff 4l L? if 43' William McCaffrey Writers Club l2, Baseball ll, 12, Ye Anglers lO, ll, l2. "Bill" . . . lover of the outdoors . . . forestry is his goal . . . spends spare time hunting and fish- ing , . . likes baseball best of all sports. Marie E. McAvoy Girls' League, French Club lO, Bowling Club ll, Riding Club lO, T. S. C. lO, Basketball lO, Baseball lO, ll. Charming. Dopular Marie is headed straight for business school . . . keeps a scrap book . . . loves football, record collect- ing, and above all, danc- ing. James McCaffrey Baseball iO, ll, IZ. Suave "Mac" . . . active 'fl SDorts . . . baseball is his favorite , . . aims for college . . . will delve in- to dentistry. ,fi a.'?Q" sl 3 2? 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"Mood" . . . hopes to "set the world on fire" with his architectural knowledge . . . says he would be anything but moody if he had a chance to meet Betty Grable . . 4 one of our boys in Uncle Sam's service. Q 7:- ycgiilwane s. M ici 5 A Cappella Choi! 125 S C IO S' C , , , ir s gnc Q3 ltr ll, 125 G-ri' Sp ts IO ll 1 GI 2 0,6 1 " llClH lust wants to N-5 1 Harriet C. Mcllvaine Student Council 10g Stu- dent Seryice 125 Girls' League 10, 11, 125 Hi- Way 125 Active Atoms 125 Photography Club 125 Math Club llj Riding Club 11, 12. Friendly "Merry Mac" . . . a demon on horse- back . . . hopes to be a successful laboratory technician , . , possesses wi Margaret E. McDonough Leaders' Club ll, 12 Chess Club 101 T. 5. C 115 Active Atoms 12 Hockey 125 Baseball 11 125 Basketball 11, 12 Ping-Pong 125 Soccer 12 Volleyball Il, 125 Hl Way 12. Peppy "Midge" . . . spor tive and friendly . . hopes to be a secretar Q f f ' ' 7 h I . . . collects basebal te1ilstLriicLssl.vx is qoirn ty a Q3 to f'f1"1'a urge orscs players' autographs . . 1"""7At- .WOW C I ' azy about swimmi Q. 1 yc-ar to' akc- I A ff We mlm go Sm, me ll I if fcjj iz., ,4,.,ui.g,.11.2 ticigmtc l'l'Hll the it w 'l,.4J""'. she Kas! desire' , . L! 'N ff 4,04 CZIL1 would likr- to Q t D n , 1 his Morgnnf Q ' Cl Ll QV df ,M -C, ' . sd, cg K T! 5.4-Q., f , '44-4.4-Q ,fdfldlwlr fwfr-ff' - 10 . - f I I. ' Lgx ,-41 , f',,? Cffff JC4.-fig sg - J . ' . r' . ,,f,'AA-1" fl L, 5 .0 L'n'c'2.i74.L,' - rl f Q41-444 we , f' If 'MEJ-' ' I I gf .. L, Q-f,l"'. Ilho-:path 1 , !Zl L, , I ,af fr G . f - .1 ' Q 1' 1 M Cady' Q lj I V- -vi 1 Q uge A. M! iff' f 'L Band 105 Football Man- , ager lOg Soccer ll, 12. 1 0 . 7 "Mac" . , . honest and g sincere . . . his ambition , ' is to be an architect J9hn A- Miller X . . . plans to enter Cath- olic University. W'e5l"n9 IZ' Doris V. Mendez Girls' League IO, 11, 125 H1-Way Staff 125 Play- Crafters 125 French Club lOg Horseback Riding ,A Club lO, ll, 12g Bowling f lf ll, 12. Q fb Don't be surprised if Ly" i"Dotty" turns out to be C+ - the star of a future . f aquacade , . . she loves j , being a mermaid almost I ' astmuch as dancing, fl If f , WJ J? 1 4 l 11, if j I 0 l f ,JIM 2 'Q' hs., ii 44 "Johnnie" . . . hopes to go to college and study law . . . his favorite sport is wrestling . . . is inter- ested in tropical fish. 'S-.1 3 313-2 Robert W. Miller Band IOQ Hi-Y lO,l1, 12 Active Atoms 12g Matl Club 121 Bowling Clu 12g Basketball 12. "Shorty is tall, dark, an reserved . . . wants 1 get into Webb Institut . . . basketball is h favorite sport. YE- 5 I Rob Wesley Miller Math Club 125 i ong Club 5 Rifl eam 10, 11, Ridi , 115 Ten 1 i, 5- 10. " " . . . pleasant eou . . ' to ill p s i and ri orseback . . ' b a shee ran . . . bound for A Ne xico after gradu- ation. 'QW X1 1, fb P G if QS" f .e is .141 W Aff, 1' 5 5 ,.fr i We i V fyfgxlikir Robert A. Mosier Math Club 125 Radio Club 115 Bowling Club 115 Wrestling 10, 11, 12. "Moe" . . . versatile and easygoing . . . hopes to be an engineer . . . guns, engines, and cars are his hobby . . . wrestling is his favorite sport, -,A ws' A ft:-.ig-1 A . William M. Miller Te-l-li News 125 Bowling Club 11, 125 Golf 10, lg, 125 Wrestling 10, 11, 1 . Scrappy "Beep" . . . the ace sports reporter of Te- Hi News . . . woodwork- ing is his hobby . . . hopes to become a star reporter. W.. Walter G. Mooney Cheerleader 125 Wrestling 125 Bowling 125 Tumbling 125 Track 12. "Moon" wants to become an electrical engineer . . . plans work and night school for next year . . . favorite sport: deep-sea fishing. Audrey M. Moosey A Cappella Choir 115 Stu- dent Service 115 Girls' League 115 Bowling Club 11, 125 Riding Club 12. "Auld" is going to work as a secretary next year but hopes to have a great deal of spare time to see football games and to round up toy dogs to add to her collection. JY' . t , CV .- 7v'h'1r"4 5? is, 57 ' . ' ' LM. 2 i .. , - Q gr, DJL.. 'Cu . 915,11 Loretta B. Mosher Playcrafters5 Active At- oms 125 Girls' League 10, 11, 125 Bowling5 Hi-Way 125 Te-Hi News. Diminutive "Rett" . . . aspires to become an air hostess . . . she'll come closer to her goal by studying nursing at Holy Name Hospital next year . . . admires Ronald Col- man. Robert A. Morten Te-Hi News 125 Track 10, 11, 12. Bob is going to get a job next year with a future . , . preferably journalism or any other work con- nected with a newspaper . . . favorite sport is base- ball . . . has many hob- ibies . . . especially those connected with sports. 45 Alfred Morse Student Service 11, 12: Library Council 105 Math Club 12: Chess Club 111 Ye Anglers 127 Rifle Club 10, 115 Tennis 125 Track 12. Active Alfred's ambition is a rather daring one . , , he wants to be a death driver . . . his plans include working for Jimmie Lynch . . . baseball addict. Frank E. Moriarty "Yank" is brand-new tc Teaneck High . , , is se on studying marine en gineering at Fort Schuy ler next year . , , is om person who really likes ti think. ert E. Morrison Student Service 125 Art Service Squad 105 Senior play 125 Baseball 115 Basketball 11, 125 Track 125 Bowling 11, 12. Happy-go-lucky "Rem" plans to travel . . . hob- by-cars . . . wants to be a success . . . usually seen in the halls. l ' 'C rf -Mercedes Murray D f lyaudent Service 12, Girls' r r' ,' Lfiaoue ii, 12, Play- V f ' J ,jp aafzters 11, 125 Te-i 0 1 VP News ll, Hi-VVay A - L I 1 vertvs ng Statt 125 French ' , 12, Pro and Con '1' f I: 12, Riding Club 12, I 'JN ",f K XBQWIMQ Club 12. - 5 ,7 Likeaole "Merc" is an en- ',"Y ' thusiastic participant in , 1 , V many extra - curricular 'lv I ' activites , . , wishes to J ff J det through Penn State. r Qgarles W, Mye 5 N -- ' Art Club IO, Stamp Club 10, Math Club 125 Avia- tion Club 125 Bowling 11, lf, Ye Anglers 115 Ten. ms 12 Tall Charles . . , favorite activities are model build- ing and football , , , will see the world with the U. S, Marines after gradu- ation. 2" . 'sa "-45" Audrey Mueggenburg Hi-Way Art Staff 125 Art Service Squad 11, 125 Hi-Way Advertising Staff 125 French Club 105 Girls' gf Imogene Myers Bowling Club 125 Rid- ing Club 12, rl "Genie" ves parades and bands . . besides col- lecti pictures of them, she nfesses her favor- ite song is "Cadets March ' . . , next y ar she'll g west to st photo- 'aohvl . of .F if 4 r. A r ll l 5? L1 if Grace T. Moss Student Service 10, 1 Girls' Escort Service 1 Girls' League 10, 11, 1 German Club 105 T. S. League 105 Art Club 105 . - sewage Mule, Art Service squad ii, iz. 'O' B""""9 CM' 'Z' Junior Cabinet 115 French "AUd" is 90109 to an 3' Tgnrateldgpsczlmpogggl oramafrc Club ii, 125 School next year so S ' A 8 pofemiar W5 Teaneck Sports' Club 105 can Stl-'d,Y to 5950 3 man A ' I she low Leaders' Club ii, 12. C0mme'C'a' af."5 ' 1 - 'bowling and never mis Prcsident5 Bowling Club has TWO l10bb'eS SCVY' 9 a football game. iz, All Girls' Sports io, and drawing! - , li es pa? ll 12' to have a I A of time to Q ' devote t cing. - Sportiva "Mousie" . . . ,fm has hc-r heart set on be- 4 coniinlg a law secretary rl 5 , craves the sports J wo d. 111 V 1 x .1 . ,i rl ' 'f n V fare t if f 5 . V R x 5, 1 I, t N U 'V 1 ry P' !i. ix Q r r 1 A I , I , it 1 ,ffya , ' ' XXJ r 5 , . Q 4 , . 5 . Rudolph Nappi Basketball 10, 115 Foot- ball 10, 11, 125 Bowling IO, ll, 125 Track 10. "Rudy's" life-long arn- bition is to make a rnil- lion dollars . , . plans for next year are unde- cided . . favorite sport football, girls as a side- line Q' is.. Jeanie eil Red Cross 125 Library Council 125 Spanish Club 10, ll, 12. "Jeanie" . , . ambitious and efficient . . . plans 'O Q0 to ba secretarial SCh0oI . . . is usually seen knitting, 46 Margaret E. Nelson Girls' League 125 Sp ' h Club 10, 11 lSecret3d1rIy2l "MUSIC" is going to 5 business college next year sol she can be a good pflVr3fE secretary , , , gays "This Love of Mine" in- cludes Spencer Tracy, MYVUB LOY, football, and dancing. 5 . X Iv d Wxhlee a dv ' ' g S 1 , Art Club 5 hi X I il ' A e A1 " ' B ng Cl b 11, T 's m Draf C 1 . " " is going o col year G dy f e in che I en ee 'ng . . . asx all sta p collec ccu great deal of ' tirr I , f r.. 1- 1 r . Jr 1' Fred M. Nixon Rifle Club 12. Bashful and reserved "Nix" is nice . . . though he plans to join the Navy next year, this 31.-"t'?4 f5f"" Qolf . J-.-L4 dow'-'ft gf'-1-1. Bertha F. Neumann Virginia A. Newman aviation enthusiast is des- tined for a very success- ful career. '5'9"""L'0ew-1-v Doris E. L. Oesterle Girls' League 125 Active Atoms 125 Horseback Riding 11. "Topsy" is going to be a nurse so she can help all those who are ailing . . . enjoys watching football games and collecting souvenirs . . . would like to see Laraine Day and Bob Young co-star in a four star picture. eaneck Sports ,Club 111 Active Atoms 12, Riding i2CagpellaLChgll' loicrlg Club 125 Basketball 12. 5 ir s ea ers u 1, 125 Basketball 11, 125 Interesting "Ginnie" will Baseball 125 Girls' Lea: , be an "Angel of Mercy" i rue 11, 125 Student Ser- , , , is planning to enter John Nicol 'ice Escort Servic 12. M4 'Holy Name Hosplf I 4 , I Lf' School of Nursing aft ' H1-WBY 12: T9'H' NGWS Jnassumin " 9 gnaduating , , add 125 Track 10, 11, 12. :ra s sw sic , ,, - ' 3 ' A . I anwggo be 2 f Swlmmmg J To be a demon reporter 5 t ry .-.ul is a foot,-r 1 , is "Nic's" aim for the fu- Dal efimsdaifl' . 7 - X 3 ture . . . his present hob- ' ' by, typing, will help him L' Q when he pounds his A X 5? ' "scoops" out on the keys. '1 if X fs- ,A i 1 -5 il T 1 x Jeanne M. Orth Student Service 11, 125 Girls' League 10, 115 AFT Service Squad 10, 121 French Dramatic Club 11, 125 Creative WritinQ Club 125 T. S. C. 10,11. Jeanne gets along NBP- pily with everyone and everyone gets along hap- pily with Jeanne . . . l W6 i B341 to A U-72' j, FAQ? fIlVfT'?Q,L Hpuf -v I Ax Fnvmizo- FWN ff 4 earn i-OWS ' ' 2' K 1' QF Lu' 1 at "0L2d Ulsen- 591' S Oscar B. Olsen, Jr, Student Council 115 Te- Hi News 10, 11, 125 Ac- tive Atoms 125 Math Club 125 Bowling Club 11, 125 Kamera Klub 10, 11. "Ole" . . . hopes to see the U. S. next year . . . hobbies are photography and writing . . . ambition is to graduate from col- lege. I r. Angelo Pacio ll igBasketball 105 Soccer 12. "Jeep" . . . artist and epathlete . . . favorite sport ii is boxing . . . hopes to gif graduate from a business atschool . . . will be a gi: Certified Public Account- a ant. 10" N 5 wants very much to at- tend Middlebury college and take up journalism or home economics next year. 15 Lillian Olsen Red Cross Council 125 Senior Band 10, 11, 125 Rifle Club 11, 12 lSec- retaryi5 Rifle Team 12. "Lill" . . . has lovely blond hair . . . plans to go to business school next year and then start work . . . is a faithful member of our band. ffl,-l "lf i rr ri , 1 1, Ill' ' 47 .J 4 Arthur P. O'Hara Kamera Klub 10, 11, 12 lPresident15 Baseball 10, 11, 125 Soccer 11, 125 Ye Anglers 10, 11, 125 Rifle Team 10, 11, 12. Active "Art" , . , cam- era fan . . . hopes to take a prizewinning shot . . . favorite sport is ice- hockey . . . will study at College next year. , r J I ' fl ' Frances Patch r 'J ! , Girls' League Modern 1 I ' LangupgcClub IZ, French V ' Cl' , IZ, Cinemaddicts , N, ,' All I2 Actve Atoms I2, . X r J SS Club II, Horse- I . A . j If bgtk Riding Club IO, ll, , ' l , Mant Club iz f U . ' -'Vs I 1 bliging "Patches" . ,iff .jf ,onscientious and quiet Ml' if i . . her ambition is to W Aj win the Kentucky Derby f' ' R , I . , happiest when astride ' XP horse, Daniel Paul .-f' Hi News I2, Football , ll, I2, Baseball IO, ii, IZ, Bowling Club ii, IZ, Track IZ, Golf IO Te IO "Danny", gust the "man about town" of Teaneck . . . likes all sports . Danny's ambition is to be an aviator . . plans college for next year. V, I -.ar-, Warren Peter Bowling I 2. Racing "Rabbit" wants to become an auto test driver when he graduates A , . just now he gets a great deal of fun out of taking his car apart . . . likes hunting and swim- ming in his spare time. 5: Marti., L. Pa S W Pagan-Ili genie, 0, e 1 C. lOg Leaders' Cl: l2. Musica Ma hi plang 5 end Lo a'S amblflofl is to I SC rr ye . , er Y 4'dressmakerd. . . pda f rit or ig ' - to go to a ressma ii Nancy Palmer ' A C0Ul3ct tam , ,s oo-I next year . . . h T S. C. izg Cheerleader Oflle sport is baske II, l2g Bowling l2g Play- 9 al'- crafters 125 After School Sports ll, I2 Jr "Nan" , , . a real out- I door girl , , , popular , . , . loves sports ot all V, kinds . , , excels in bas- 5 ketluall and swimming . .. ' our pride and joy as a 0 uv N' cheerleader, X """"4'4- poll ' N 1 X i I J ' 1 f I ula.li,4,Lz "',- - 'i'. . v II I if I' li x I' I ' K j N M' x, Jlllf f ' ily 7 TES! I -. Agnes Plaine Senior Band IO, Ilg Girls' League I2g French Club Ilg Bowling l2. L-by U "Aggie's" main ambition 'V is to become a home vp' economics teacher John W. plog Peter P. Petrovic Choir IO, Il, l2g Golf IO, II, I2g Baseball IO, ll, I2. Sporty "Pete" is crooning his way to the toD - r - flashy golfer , . . wants 3 ,ob in defense . , . can really play baseball. saves match covers plans to go to college next year. Rible Club I2, Next year will find John in college . . . plans to enter the field of aero- I ww' Claire Primus nautical engineering . . . his hobby is photography , . . enjoys sailing and swimming. Qt, Student Council Creative Writing l2g Stenography Club Hg Sli Girls Sports Teaneck's "Sunshine' wants to go back to lr gary . . . psychiatry I' a strange fascination an ambitious girl loves to listen to haunting "FinIandia" x K g Cy as r . i xy t- L. fi 4 Elise L. Prosser Student Council 125 Girls' League 125 Bowling Club. "Eli" . . . whose plans for next year include the first step toward her ca- reer . . . she hopes to become a model and a dress designer , , , enjoys swimming and keeping scrapbooks. ,ybk YP- 'I- , .Z M, Vivian A. Prosser Girls' -League 125 Teaneck Sports Club 125 Hockey 125 Soccer 125 Basketball 125 Baseball 12. Diminutive "Benny" . . . smiling and friendly . . . a newcomer to Teaneck this year . . . hopes to become an aviatrix. X 5 , V K VT iii Jean L. Reilly A Cappella Choir 11, 125 Girls' League5 T. S. C, 105 Leaders Club 11, 12,5 All Girls' Sports 10, 11, 125 Riding Club 125 Bowling Club 12. "Dime" is aiming for a singing career but before she starts she is going into the business world next year . . . Dime is John Rahe Track 10, 125 Football 10, 12. "Pepper' wants most to make good . . . if trying counts, it's a cinch for the pepper man . . . John's favorite sport is football . . . Teaneck's gift to the Marines. mainly interested in all sports and Ty Power. 1 f r ff M I' , ,fff f ,ff 0 ,Fur V! virginia .1 1 J ,, , Quack bush fl! ff Quiet but fun-seeking 'is f ff "Ginny" . . . finds theffjf X pigskin parade enjoyable,-5 ' . . . relaxes by getting " "hep to the jive" . P, secretary to be. X John Q 54, fl? 125 Bowling enial ".laclky" . , . dark and quiet . . . will enter secretarial school . . . spends her spare time cooking. Donald E. Raffetto Junior Class Cabinet5 De- bating Club 105 Radio Club l25 Writers Club ll, 125 Football 1O, 11, 125 Baseball 11, 125 Track 10, 11, 125 Wrestling 10, 11, 125 Basketball 1O, 11, 125 Rifle Club 125 Bowl- ing Club 12. Easy-going "Don" . . . everybody's pal . . . what would our team have done without him? . . . favorite song is "Re- member Me" . . . don't worry, Don, we willl ! ?1'1 Hi-Way Adv H614 Staff 125 Active Atoms 125 Orchestraf' 105 Football Victoria M. Racioppi Vivacious, peppy, "Vic- kie" will be happy when improving other's ap- pearances . . . wants to become a beautician . . . IO, 115 Baseball 10, 12. "ElIery" is tops with fel- lows as well as the oppo- site sex . . . friendly, hu- morous . . . never hap- pier than when deep sea fishing . . . has but one aim, to become a suc- cess. Muriel Quinn Hi-Way Advertising Staff 125 French Club 10, 115 Girls' League lO5 Horse- back Riding Club 11, 12. "Moo" enjoys dancing and collecting souvenirs . , . would like to be a secretary and is going to a secretarial school with that in mind , , , would like to see Barbara Stan- wyck and Clark Gable in the same picture. , an active gal who enjoys V Cgf skating and dancing, ' I ,i I CV Q! u ' kj! I 1 , t I . i ir ii Q5 NN! L Virginia Riel Girls' League 10, 11, 125 T. S. C. 10, 115 Pro and Con Club 115 Basketball 10, 115 Baseball 11, Ju- nior Prom Committee. Jrving "Ginny" likes Glenn Miller, Richard Greene, and Harry James' Trumpet Rhapsody , . . enjoys football and danc- ing . . . hopes to become a secretary . , . says she could stand reading and seeing "Rebecca" over and over. Arlene M. Rhein Art Sers ce Squad 11, 125 Art C113 10 11,12 Dg- Dating Club 12, T. S, C, 12, Basketball 125 Soccer 1O. Any form of art fas- cinates dark-hatred "Lee' . , , loves to watch foot- ball and to swim . . , hopes to continue her art studles. I- William P. Roauer, Jr. Te-l-li News 125 Rifle Club 12' Baseball 125 XN'lCSTlltWg 1O, 11, 12. Nitty "Billy the Kid" prefers wrestling to other sports . , . another of our bots in the servlce . . uses a palette and brush to good advantage. 1' r ' 'di Marjorie R. Ren: Student Service 125 Hi- Way Staff 5 T-Hi News 12A Fri-'izryvffub " amd Walter P. Reilly, Jr. Soccer 125 Golf 12. Happy, beaming "Chub- by" would H149 to be an aeronauticalengineer . . , finds aqjpyment in col- rplanes. jgogjpgdsgps and build- 1' s ff! Joseph EL Reilly Cheer Leader 125 Wrest- ling. Q Qumping "Joef' is going to work next year . . . just wants to make a great deal of money . . . loves to play checkers... enjoys the movies if it is either Lana Turner or 10' Cfei 'VU ml ff- Bob Hope on the play- C Ibrqwrls' aoue jf- J bill . . . is lullabyed to 1 ,T. S.L 0:BOw,1f qs ,l sleep with "When You '11 CIW 2' R few , 7 s and I Were Young, Mag- io, ii, 1 ,i ,AM ' 1 J gre," M 'V I ll , I "Muff" fi' . smalkepnd it - I ' . Jsk. lil dark 5 . . wbufdllov to 1 " 5' 1 travel . . 1, expects to a X go to KatheNgeQ!Gibbs X .JJ J . . . enjoys tfbuttering N X ,Jr ,N around in the kitchen. 1 N, Ki, W in Qi' if si wifi: W 'mil J 5 ,hybv rj .cg-Q ' 5. V , v5'j,n3rgi5.f te r rt J lyl 1, fr nj ' M N I S-wry, l , Y, if v I ,itll B Joan Roberts , , 1 +R! . j gy' wi siuricm Council io, ii, , 'Q ,f , - fr ix HJ Nl 12, secretary, Girls' Lea- ' . , 1' V 1' N ' ' V, A gue 10, 11, Secretary 125 J 1 J' , li R Te-Hi News Edlt0r-in- j j i Chief 125 Secretary of . if -1 r-xg' X Junior Classg Playcrafters AX' 4 if- Q ii, iz. K' 3 Q. Collegiate Joan , , . al- .I 'X WBYS daSh"19f BIWBYS on Joseph C. Roberts in Dorothea Roberts Gris' League. Petlte "Blondie" , . , in- tends to be a dress de- signer , . , a'dent foot- ba'l fan , . , excels in al- gebra . , . co-operative ness is he' m :idle name the go . . , never too busy to do something else, or help someone else out . . . would make a wonderful editor of Vogue - which is just what she wants to do. PFI 'f '- P Student Service 11, 125 Active Atoms 125 Ger- man Club 11, 125 Cheer- leader 12. "Yo-Yo Joe's" hobby is collecting fossils . . . his ambition is to become a successful farmer . . . Joe is a rugged individualist . , . the fellow with the overgrown crewcut, that's Joe. Ruth Romaino Red Cross 11, 125 Frencl Club 11, 125 Creatlvl Ylqriting 125 Bowling Clul g Q ri 5 -X r 'Q X 1 17 ' of ni .5 fl v A 1 rv is lg 'xv J L 3 1: we A ll A ij ', ' e 3 J X is fs, 50 - 7 dbg- so 91:9- "Can she bake a cherrj pie?" is music to the ear: of "Rufus" who aims tt be a "culinary queen" . . . envied by all for hen peaches and cream com- plexion, "Rufus"' des- tiny will lead her into the realm "of pots am pans." . -K George Roncin ssembly Committee 125 Iaycrafters 125 Bowling lub 12. Frog" has one great am- ition in life . . . to set 'me teaching world ,on ire as an industrial arts eacher . . . likes swim- 1ing and football . . . as only one hobby, ioodwork. ,5- Gloria Rosenbluth Girls' League 125 Red Cross Council 125 T. S. C. 12. Peppy "Glo" is new to Teaneck this year . . . her constant smile cheers everyone around . . . walking keeps her fit as a fiddle. Jean A. Rouault Red Cross 10, ll, Secre- tary 125 Girls' League 10, 11, 125 Hi-Way Business Staff and Editorialg Cine- maddicts 125 French Club 11, 12, Presidentg T. S. C. 105 Girls' Leaders Club 11, 125 Basketball 10, 11, Manager 125 Hockey 10, 11, 12, Manager. Friendly Jean . . . talent- ed and jovial . . .plays a demon game of basket- ball . . . hopes to be a Thomas S. Roussel Student Service 105 A Cappella Choir 10, 11, 12, Writer's Club 11. Carefree "Nose" . . . hobby is dancing . . . swims and plays tennis . . . ambition is to make good, and is starting out with the Marines. 'Q secretary. Margaret Rowland Girls' League 10, 11, 125 Playcrafters 10, 115 Cin- emaddicts 105 Third Year French Club 11, 125 Teaneck Sports Club 105 Basketball ll, 12. Demure "Peggy" . . . cuts a graceful figure eight . . . is interested in child psychology . . . gets a kick out of teach- ing Sunday School, 5 x . X P I Q - .. . -Z5 - , 0, Gloria Runge 0 HAL - f em couqcai io, ii, 5 . dent Service '105 Ju- pg nior Cabinetg Senior Cabi- " , .400 f:?et5 Hi-Way Business x W taff 125 Girls' League X , p1 10, 115 Playcrafters 102 j,,,.---'J ' 'Pro and Conn Club 115 ,, , Q Social Dancing1105E Base - , ' kefbaii io, 5 scor " - Committee 12. "K, Harriett Runyon gfgxel '3R.ur52g,,:QagtS5eL? X, .1 0 Stenography Club 10, ll: retarial position . . . likes 1, VI 'N Bowling Club 125 Tennis iiffefbug dancing- ariqn'1l. Saler ' ay A vertisin rid :lito 'al S affs 1 'A IS la oir 125 rls e 11, 125 Ac ive .to s 12- ,. 're ressible " N - - u ous C1 SY Dafhe' ,C - . . ll ome a an i Whi " . - - us ollec s X f erever he g es....wx e l 4 125 Ping-Pong 12. Amiable "Hatt" E. . . finds enioyment. in a good book . . . IS eagel' to travel . . . deIiQhTS in swimming. .Xx- Ai " .si ff! Charles Rudy Student Service 11, 12. "Buddy" is going to col- lege next year . . . Rut- gers he hopes . . . col- Arthur Roy, Jr. Student Council 125 Play- crafters 125 Debating Club 125 Track 12. Active "Art" is one of our most ardent Student Council-ites , . . has at- tended twelve schools . . . is planning for college next year. lects autographs of fa- 51 S mous people and would especially like the John Hancock of both Bette Davis and John Payne. . . ul'zl 7' ,. . 1. pn ul' ' x I v Q.. .,. 'I-vw: .0 ..- '7'f ,... y 1 v vcr 1 -qxeuv'-' 2 ' .,.g i us 7"1 of" x. . luv. ??.'.-',. I ., ---1 s'p'-' 'VNIH' W-4 lil- Fw? 6 v' Q x A s c arf 5 f ,L 1 r 5 'R Q fw, C' G ., ZW 5531, if. ... ,, -Mgr .-QOL, Q . r .fa ' "'-' 4 Q F5 3' f 11'-' 3, fi. ' pf ""' ' in x., 6 " cd? 3 1- , , lftz ,'r5+li-nqali-r 4 e" ff: r Q19 if 1 1 "?'ff Q Y f Af Q 5 x-riff" WVYX 44-f 1 dw Aim? A W . , .' ' V A ffy-142' V. ' - .,.,,f, ' 51, ' 'K A un . A, ,fi A 4 V . f .,wQ?,y,A in f -2 . rg 1 , ,. 1., , ,-A , Va , ,V ,. V 2 V M .V V t I , -VVVAVVV VL . f 9 P f 1 V . 21 K' .ar A...- 4 Q. 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Schautelberger 'ublicity Director of Hr- Vay IZ, Girls' League IO, I, IZ, German Club IO, I, IZ, Math Club II, 'Vriters Club IZ. 'Schaufy" . . . always on he go . . . likes to watch a fast ice hockey lame . . . sole ambition s to go around the world. Mary C. Santee Library Council IO, II, Girls' League IO, II, IZ, Hi-Way Advertising Staff IZ, T. S C IO, Leaders Club Il, IZ, Secretary, All Girls' Sports IO, ll, IZ. Friendly "San" . . . al- ways beaming and ready with a happy word . . . quite a lover of sports and excels in swimming . . . next year will find her in college. il? Norma E. Sanne Hi-Way Art Staff IZ, Girls' League IO, II, IZ, Art Service Squad Il, IZ, Riding Club IZ, Bowling IZ, Hiking Club. Ogden B. Samler Student Service IZ, Hi-Y IO, II, IZ, President, Active Atorrp IZ, Math Club IZ, Football IO, II, IZ, Wrestling IO, II, IZ, Track IO, Il, IZ, Cap- tain. "Samie" . . . all-around athlete . . . favorite sport is football . . . hopes to go to college . , . will be a forester . . . plays a hot "Nomie" . . . sweet and trumpet- u considerate . . . art school . will be the first st? to- A ' +I wards her goal, b ing a ' commercial artist. Renee Schecter French Club IZ, crafters IO, IZ, Hockey IZ, Basketball IZ. Cheerful "Lucky" most sympathetic listener . . . is all set for a career as a social worker after college. HMM Ursula Scheu Student Service IZ, Girls' League II, IZ, Hi-Way Art Staff, German Club, Riding Club, Ushers Com- mittee IZ. Energetic "Urs" , . , en- ioys horseback riding and watching football games . , . hopes to enter Cen- tenary Junior College . .. she has the unusual am- bition of wanting to own a handicraft school. flfiilir wl Kenneth E. Schmalenberger Baseball IO, II, IZ, Bag- ketball IO, II, IZ, Foot- ball IZ. ".Feet" has a strong de- sire to become a chemist, but he spends most of his time on his hobby-girls . . . his favorite sport is football . . . college for Ken next year. I 54 Robert Schmid "SmlffY" is going to art school next year to study to 'become a commercial artist.. . . football is his favorite sport and pho- 'PQI'-iphy is his hobby. ., llkes GBFY Cooper and Lana Turner. L S.. 1. , ' rs f V279 Dorothy Salmon Te-Hi News II, IZ, Rifle Club II, I2, Team Man- ager, Team Member, Treasurer. "Pat" has not yet made up her mind as to her great ambition but has brought the list down tc two . . . either a re- , porter or a gun saleslady Q . . is going to work or a newspaper next year and then to Columbia. I. X et? X WRX Ii" . - ' I Q I W - I f 'tilt I H. Leonard Schnll K-amera Klub ll, IZ. "The Schnaber" is a gr- photography fiend 2 active member of ' Kamera Klub . . . I wants to be a photr rapher or an aeronauti engineer . . . plans attend college next ye -I th . . . cheerful and Ruth Elizabeth Scholtes l Cross Council 10, 11, Hi-Way Business Staff iging , . . her smile is st disarming . . . is a nera fiend . . . danc- i is tops on her list... a's a good swimmer, 1. if I 7 X fi x WS KRW Q-if .. .H 7 R C- 4 Eleanor C. Schroeder Blue-eyed "Blondie" . . . sparkles with fun . . . her giggle is contagious . . . she dreams of being a Sonja Henie of the roller skating rink some day. Robert Scolpino 71 V,,,,4 ,Af , -f , -1 Football 10, 11, 12, Track Q., io, ii. ,Ns Ae "Bob" has no time for anything but sports . . . with the results he got in football we can't blame him . . . just wants to graduate . . . would like one date with Olivia de V s C -.-4 1 F -I , Vg, A Yyibtf' Ev V - 4 'Q Z ' , X - fu .rf t ' " A I ' ! Haviland. W ' A AuilreyJJ. Shackinger Te-Hi News 12, Hi-Way Editorial Staff 12, Writ- ers Club 125 Student Council 12. "Shackie" . . . tempera- mental and gay . . . is headed for college . . . her ambition is to be a buyer , . . ice-skating is tops with her. J. Donald Schwari Senior Orchestra 10, ll, 12, Senior Band 1O.- ll, 12, Hi-Way Advertising Staff 12, lQtle Club 10, 12, Math 123 Active Atoms 12. Small, livelY "DeWeYH visualizes a fu-tufe-B5 3 chemist . . . eI'1lQYS Whfh' yology . . . desires good marks . . . 9095 in for the national sport-base- ball. Y 1 Carol . h'rlaw i i I 3 f' r ' - I . 4 fs? 2 . .- Av ff 'QSC'--. N is T1 . ' og. F:- R C ss 1-I' Charles Shy , HP , rls' Leag e , , Rose M. Sheehan Girls' League 11, 125 Basketball 11, 12. Petite "Snooky" . . . pert and pleasing . . , plans to be a medical secretary . . . shorthand speed is a hobby with her. t fn: , ' 3 f u Sheri goin o privat ecret and i tar g ne ar i n o of se aria o can ge . a only hobb is ec ' g swi co ds, e e i lly th f Ji y . ed la r 12 P cra s 1 10 1 e Club 11, Wrestling ambitious fellow is iappie" . . . wants to to work next year . . . mate ambition - to egoodjob...en- s baseball. L Q- '55 i Warren E. Sheard Student Service 114 12, Rifle Club 10, 11, Ger- man Club 1l, 12g Bowl- ing ll, 12, Bas etball 11, 12, Tennis 1 Golf 12. "A " nt become a s cce sale . . . is golf . . he is s uiet Atudi- se over u ss a di s o gl . . ' a dy -'n e w r f Arthur Shadek Hi-Way Advertising Staff 12, Active Atoms 12, Math Club 12. Big "Art" Shadek, that hound of humor, can al- ways be heard around . . . his hobby, strangely enough, is a quiet game ot checkers against not- too-stift competition . . . Art hopes to be an en- gineer, and plans to at- tend college next year. ln Smith Student Co-uncil 11, 125 Student Court 12, Chief Justice5 Hi-Y 115 125 Te- Hi News 11, Hi-Way 12, Advertising Managefi Math Club ll, 12, Presi- dent5 French Club 115 Wrestling 11, 12. Studious "Smitty" . . . ever busy . . . will be a college professor . . . likes to swim and wrestle . . enjoys good books. vb 'I' Student Service 125 Ac- tive Atoms 125 Math Club 125 Rifle Club 11, 125 Track 115 Tennis 12. Quiet "Chick" builds per- fect scale models of all the world's fighting fleets and is well-nigh an ex- pert on naval procedure . , . next year it's Buck- nell in preparation for a career as a research chemist. Bruce Edward Smith Active Atoms 125 Math Club 125 Drafting Club 105 Bowling Club 115 Tennis Team 11, 12. Bruce is going to college next year to study for a career in engineering . . . has quite a popular hob- by . . . photography . . . favorite spo ' football. 26 XR D ' E. Sirjon 'o C ' t5 Senior Cab t5 Art Service Squad 15.0rchestra 105 Hi-Way Art Staff 125 Girls' Lague 115 Play- crafters 105 French Club 10, 115 Cheerleading 11, 125 T. S. C. 105 Basket- ball 10, 115 Art Club 10. Dark and vivacious "Si- mie" wants to be an art- ist . . . likes to dance . . . saves ash trays and keeps a scrapbook of good times. X une,E. Smith s 1 1 X31 T1 rg l ltilni ll A1 Y 'l 10, 125 Te- HiiN 5 Cir ulation Staff Hi Wy 12 Active ly X Y li il.. il i Ci ' 12, Rifle Club 1 xB gi 'wi xN C wif XX lost Playcrafters l 'zg T. s. c. io, Bowi- 1 , ,Arg ery io, 12. lg ' ientious June has her eart set on becom- 1 X11 i a nurse , . .'reading XX dancingx take up X. 1' uch of he? spare time '1 L' . , loves td ride, too. N x .1 ' N . ' X i i s xg V N kl y.. 1 xg 'X 'x 9' William H. Silbersdorff "Bill" spends much of 1' time at printing . . . d sires to be a musici. . . . plays the xylophoi well . . . wants to to the United States. rx 1 ' I ' K 'FR'-.ff1c. P 3 it f K xi f 11 '7 5 i . warren c. smaiii wh ' N Lighting Committee 105 Hi-Way Arlvcrtisinn Staff 125 Playcraftcrs 10, 115 French Club io, Aviation SE 11. I 5 X ff "Smitty" is going to sl work and to attend night iihw' 5 school next year in order - Mary E. Smith Student Service 105 A Cappella Choir 11, 125 Senior Chorus 105 Play- crafters 1O, 125 Hi-Way Advertising and Circula- tion Staffs 125 Girls' League 10, ll, 125 Rid- ing Club 10. Restaurant owners be- ware! . . . "Mebs" is a menace . . . hoarding menus is her dish . . . she can hardly wait to be a private secretafy 1 to collect a lot of money and knowledge to own his own business . . . gets a great deal of enjoyment out of roller-skating and playing the accordion. Frances Smithers T. S. C. lO, ll, 125 All Girls' Sports 10, ll, 12. Shy "Frannie" longs to be a super-stenographer for the call of clerical work intrigues her . . . she can hardly wait to look for a job. fl H-T Theodore Snyder ff fill M . Creative Writing Club. "Teddy's" ambition is ti say with a clear con science that he is a mu sician . . . he has n time for any other hobo other than music . . . hi favorite sport is lolling. " 34573 L X viri- George J. Solomon Jdent Service 10, 11, .5 Soccer 125 Bowling , 12. eorge is going to a den- ,l school next year with rm hopes of becoming 1 A-1 dentist . . . has lot of fun compiling fig- Martha Somodi Spanish Club 115 Bowling 115 T. S. C. 105 Hockey 10, 11, 12.5 Soccer 10, 11, 125 Baseball 10, 11, 125 Basketball 10, 11, 12. Alice G. Sorensen Student Council 1O, 115 Amusing "Martie" . . . Student Service 10, 11, friendly to all . . future SZ, Captain5 Girls' Escort Playcrafters 105 Rifle Club 1O5 Baseball Man- ager 115 Football Man- ager 125 Managers Club 12. "Fritz" was always on hand to bring drinks out to the football team dur- ing the games last fall . . . wants to be a second Gene Krupa . . . will be found at Admiral Farra- gut's next year model airplane fan. Gloria Stalker Student Service 11, Treas- urer 125 Student Council 11, 12, Treasurer5 Art Service Squad ll, 125 Hi- Way Art Staff 125 Girls' League 10, 11, 125 Crea- tive Writing Club 125 French Club 10, 115 T. S. C. 105 Escort Commit- tee 12, "Glo" . . . attractive and gracious . . . her ambi- tion is to be a successful artist or writer . . . ex- pects to go to college. V951 facts, and Collect' Qym teach - " ervice 12, Captain5 Girls' ig plCfur6S of "Our BE- Sporfsx arg 1 I . League 10, 11, 12: play- ived Bumgfi. J, crafters 10, 115 Germag .1 , .cg ' - cbio,ii,T.s.c.i, .J 'Ig -AV 5 I .V OO ecretary5 Leaders Club ' ' ' ,-lf, .-.V 4 ' Scguaria Dangilng Clgb -gf .5 -e I 5 ow ing u 5 LC- il' .li ,ij-74 29 aaskefbaii io, ii. fm' JV, v Versatile "Bumps" is -f ev1erybody'sh pal . . . a -.1 ' wizzintewater... -'ff 'fa l -,LL brilliant key-puncher . . . 'J V W ambition is realized-to I- V, . -5 be called a friend to all! ,1 . If ' A J " E P by ,,.. V .5 5' l 5 f if , , 52 1 ' ' if 34 f k I Y A !L,0LfQyflB, i :iii as fs -WW X- I- X-5?Q,I,fL9CfC74,' 111 J-7 .Q I 5 i fe-Cwzpff - 'X ' , A J 5 . ' .J fl lj, ' Miriam R. Stoll Girls' League 11, 12, Secretary5 Hi-Way Edit- orial Staff 125 Te-Hi News Feature Editor 125 Junior Class Cabinet, French Club 10, 115 Crea- tive Writing Club 12, President5 T. S. C. 105 Hgckey 105 Basketball 1 . "Mimi" . . . an all-Amer- Mabel Stiess Quiet "May" plans to prepare for a career as a secretary at business school . . . enjoys all kinds of music . . , base- ball lures her. f 1 " 1, Barbara A. Stone ls' League 10, 11, 122 'Hi News 125 T. S. C.5 ivling 125 HOCKEY im 10, 115 Basketball ii, 12. ming "Bobby" is Q0- to be a dressmaker she can create all the -ments for her favoritel ress, Barbara Stanwyck' . . collects "sugars" . maybe that's why a is so sweet. ican girl . . . possesses a winning personality that sparkles with en- thusiasm . . . a career in journalism intrigues her. f f 'Wm 57 v 1 Campbell Stevenson Te-Hi News 125 Bowling 125 Track 125 Golf 125 Baseball 10, 11, 125 Bas- ketball lO, ll, 125 Foot- ball l0,11,12. Our All-County, popular football star, "Soup" . . . no one will ever forget his great broken-field running and numerous touchdowns . . . excels in basketball and is All- County catcher on Tea- neck's baseball team. Robert Stefanow Bowling Club 11, 12. A trip to California is "Stuffie's" goal for next year . . . his life is ruled by three B's . . . bowling and baseball are his fa- vorite sport . . . building, his ambition. John P. Svitanek, Jr. Senior Band, Baseball, Sports, iv . . . hopes to find a career in the U. S. Navy baseball . . . ornithology is his hobby. rl 'LIP xljf? :rj Nl-Clairerlu a Jil . iedggfxs Courpif lgbvl lgy ls' L,6aQUIfJ lo, Il , s 5 ' I',fWriter3 Hub Z, 'I sgc., oy ' W J ' JA' f Help I Clqlfle h n J much line ,Re I Crosgf , l work f, . 1 wan to be J a private iecretary I..'. . Hi! enioys swimming! ' V. favorite sport is 1' I tudent ig IU, ll comp-ifrleg' L eague Jlkfbxl Sybil F. Strickland Student Service l2g Red cross IO, rin-Way 12, Ju- nior CBDIDEU birls' Lea- gu I2 e io, ii, 12, r-li-Way Syb" , . . small and peppy ...will enter busi- ness school next year . . . enjoys football . . . likes to collect things. I CIU l" Bowling izj iz' 02 , "Ginny" . . . talkative fwfr and lively . , . wants to D6 a music supervisor . . . Q enioys playing the piano and sewing tor herselt. Jeanne A. Storn Red Cross Council I l, Vice-President, Secretary, Girls' Lee IO, IZ, Hi-Way Ad tising l2g French l IO, Ilg French Draft Club Il, IZ, Riding "Jeannie" . . . engaq and ambitious . . . I an invigorating morn gallop . . . ambition io be an interior dec tor. ILA..-1 'l 9 , -'rl 'ills Miriam Synes Writers' Club IZ, French Club IO, II, I2, Riding Club IO, fl I, IZ, Witty "Min" . , . as sin- cere, as she is funny . . . her main ambition is to get into Who's Who . . . admires Joe DiMaggio . .. plans to go to College next year. of Anna Szehi Assistant Art Editor Hi- way, Art Squad ll, IZ, Art Club IO, German Club IO, Cinemaodicts I2. Sincere Anna . , , is ca- pable ot almost any un- dertaking , . . hopes to be a commercial artist . .. is thrllled by Strauss's music. Alfred Talke 'QT' 58 "Al" . . . quie-t and good- natured . . . his ambition is to travel around the world . . . expects to start work next year. James R. Tanxola A Cappella Choir IO, ll, l2g, Spanish Club IO, II, Social Dancing Club IO, Riding Club IO, IZ, Ye Anglers IO, Il' Bowling Club I2, Golf I2, Kamera Klub IO, I2. Laughing "Jimmie" , , , ardent camera fan . . . interested in all sorts of animals and will become a zoologist . . . college next year. , l 1? Edward Taylor Red Cross I25 Ri Club IO, Te-Hi News Wrestling IZ. "Bobo" has set his l on going around world . . . thinks Turner, Superman, Donald Duck are top cartooning's his hobl: his ambition-to re' .N 1 'rs Robert Taylor ling Club ll, l2. ed" . . . good-natured friendly . . . i in- -sted in aviation . . ies to c - aer e o to col- George Thompson Football lO, ll, l2j Base- ball l2g Basketball ll, l2. "Fat" . . . athletic and friendly . . . flashy block- ing back who's true to Margaret ,L. 'f' E K,k, - Thompsoll ' A ' Martha Thompson Girls' League lO, Bowl- ing Club l2. Carefree and merry, Mar- tha's another "super sec- retary-to-be" . . . her giggle is contagious . . . she thinks skating "tops" . . . and collecting trin- kets is her hobby. D-C-dar' " IO! 1 . Theodore Thompson Student Council lO, ll, Vice-President, l2 Presi- dentg Student Court ll Clerk, Cinemaddicts lip Playcrafters l2g Athletic Council l2g Assembly Committee l2g Pro and Con Club lO, li, l2. Ambitious "Ted" . . . in- terested in speaking and debating . . . will study law . . . likes baseball best of all sports. 4 ZZ ' 2 basketball . . . wants to . . - s r find a good, steady job ludgm Qerincb lo' j -and will' 0.2 His. league ll' leaf , ' -r President, A, Gaipella ff' s I ff' fwf A choir io, ll 5.12. Play- , W ,N . . . y ci A KK?g2aftiqsQJvO4fG'l5c5etaAy ll, . I-,Ab I ' , ATL 1' ay 5 ctive - . 5, oms l25 T. S. C. lO, , . . . ' Leaders Club ll, L25 Te- 6 ff Q'l'll News I 4 :- f Q . "Peggy" ff. . an all- ' full , ljliyjfa around girl ,xadiating K' , ll l ', charm andffpersonality ,V X ,lf if galore . . . lovely 'smile i , ' ,.,, 1. W' rx ff vl , f . . . this future foreign tl, , j ,. 31 X ' tx correspondent. dotes owr ',f qs' ., . of N .1 horseba5lg,',r2din3u',,i.w- , Z, 4' eq, ., s i sf gf- .,. l, 1 ' 2 A My f 1 -fi mir'-"" I ,sf ' ' A i. 5 I V ew 9 r . y .P I ga' ' - , V ' l o 1 0' ' I Q! r r Wk g " 1 s . A "si f sf ,A J S - 1-,J Y- ,f K ,V K fi if pig Catherine A. Treanor A 'N yi .Tb 'rs 5--Q! .31 acha A. 5 F,Fig Baseball l2. T' X, gala" . . . Qgbrts fan . ialaskefibaii ig his fa- teij. . willxqtrain to fa, msamrijluist after tion Q". wants to ood job. li ,xr ildfxi xi- lt? P, , 5. Jeanne A. Tremble Student Service 125 Art Service Squad lO, ll, l2g Girls' League lO, ll, l2g Hi-Way Art and Adver- tising Staff l2g F.rench Club lO, llg Writers Club l2g Kamera Club l2g Playcraftersp T. S. C.j Golf Club. "Trem" . . . pretty and droll . . . hopes to be a singer or designer . . . should get some place with her lovely voice... plans to go to college. Spanish Club ll, Basket- ball. "Kay" is going to attend a business school next year and is then going to enter the business world . . . roller skating is her hobby and swim- ming is her favorite sport. 59 dl' Q Robert C. Tinker Math Club 125 Wrestling l25 Football lO, ll, "Tink" , . . well-liked by eVefYOne . . , loves to wrestle and play football . . .l will be a mechanical engineer . . . another photography fan. , , Betty Jo Thoyspecken Girls' Lqdue. K I uf ,f 1 SWGST, C1uiet,'Betty finds much enjoyment., in her art welt . . . i,rlYends to blaze er way to- firing and fortune as a com- mercial artist. A! W Harry Vanderclute Harry's one ambition is to have a iob . is defin- itely in favor of anything connected with the Brooklyn Dodgers . . . his hobby is all Sorts Of John L. Van Home Student Service 12. "Van" is going to college next year but lust which one he is not sure . . . is interested in all sorts of sports . . . especially en- ioys playing football and lacrosse . , . in short, is athletically inclined. sports . . likes Errol Flynn and Betty Grable when it comes to the movies M N Charles Vail Intramural Basketball 12. "Chuck" hopes to get somewhere in life . . . and we all ope he does . , , go: to enter the print: g business next PE W" c Emil H. Uebel Active Atoms 12g Kame- ra Klub. "Em" has learned the "ups and downs" of life through his experience at skiing . . . next year Em is going into the Navy to start a career for him- self , . . good luck! x E0.1ff,cf , ,, , r ,,f ote hobby f A ' sf' 4' X ysea n ringv with ma- fi I es. ' 1 ' y Clplslvvg. i,f6gg.'lJf11'ffT e Nj lx Y ' 7 ,f . ,, .rr f lil B- 1 fllf J t Marjorie J. Vincent Student Escort Service 125 Girls' League 11, 12g glllki t Nl l w if Jeanne Van Wagner Girls' League 10, 11, 125 Playcrafters 10g Bowling 12. "Van" gets a big "Kick" out of designing hair styles . . . this answers her meticulousness in her own hair styles . . . hopes to become a medical as- sistant and is studying for this career next year. Robert L. Victor German Club 125 Tennis ll, 12g Math Club 125 Active Atoms 12. "Vic" . . . always active . . . participates in all sports . . . enjoys tennis most . , , hopes to be- come a civil engineer... will be college freshman next year. 42' ' x Hi-Way Advertising Staff 125 Te-Hi News 12g French Dramatic Club 115 Spanish Club 105 T. S. C, llg Bowling 12g Lead- ers' Club 12. "Midge" . . . poised and ambitious . . . she'll be perfection itself as a modern career girl . . . loves all sports but thinks swimming is tops. by -:J xl Y X. 1 V 1 . ., r x, Y 1 if tl 1 C. ll - .i.l'.,Y'P0' Doris Vitters T. S. C. 105 Leaders' Club 11, 12, Vice-Presidentp Bowling 125 All Girls' Sports 10, 11, 12. "Dotty" bubbles over with school spirit . . . loves watching all games . . . considers hamburgers, cokes, and fudge cake a la mode, the perfect menu. . I. Q. James Trubek Basketball 10, 11, 11 Golf 105 Wrestlingg Base ball. Jiving "Jimmy's" fori most ambition is to dan: in the Harvest Moon Be . . . secondly he wan to get a good lob . . enjoys swimming and Iii tening to Swing Banc girls like both Jimmy ar his dancing. Ernest J. Voigt Student Service 11, German Club 10, Treasurerg Drafting C lg, Presidentg Track "Ernie" Cords.. . . interested aviation . . . favor sport is track , , , gt dancer. . . . collects ei l 19- 51 i 1 luth L. .Walberg i e- t, conscientious igs" anticipates work- as a missionary . . . es pride in her cro- ting . . . loves swim- ig ani roller s ting. V O 'N .. T00 'IW George W. Washington, Jr. Hi-Way 11, 125 Te-Hi News 11, 125 Playcrafters 10, 11, 125 Track 125 Soccer 12. "General" hopes to fol- low in the shoes of his namesake and become a general in the U. S. Ar- my . . . likes football and tinkering with airplanes . . . good luck "Gen- Track 12. Tall, blonde Ernest . , . serious and hard-working . . . his desire to be a mechanical engineer will lead him to take a course in defense engineering next year . . . is inter- ested in farming. James Webb Tall, genial "Skeeter" will be a teacher . . . college next year . . . is one of our many numis- maticians . . . baseball satisfies his athletic William Weiss Junior Class President 115 Student Service 125 Hi-Y 11, 125 Basketball 1O, ll, 155 Soccer 125 Baseball Popular, fun loving, and capable too . . . "Whiz" is a whiz . . . his hobby, model airplanes . . . his ambition, to reach the top and stay there. eral". Dal Quo L 7 0 ,3 F gui l 6 L x M if if it M40 ' ll W 5 F- leanne . i a d t Service' Squ 1 5 -Way Art S' f 22 'ls' League5 A pella oir 10, 11, 1 5 iding ,ib 12' B ing 1 king ii. ee Jee" ' going be commer i ar ', . . . going to ege to .idy for th ofession "Carlie" is going to work next year where he hopes to fufill his one ambition -to become an electri- cian . . . his hobby is boats and auto mecha- nics . . . favorite actor is Gary Cooper. tastes. LVSUW .7071 Barbara Wheeler Active Atoms 125 Bowl- ing Club 11, 125 Social Dancing 105 Horseback Riding Club 10, 11, 12. Engaging "Bobbie" wants to be an air hostess . . . , hopes to go to college ' . . . fond of ice skating . . lakes s ming and awing , . hopes to see :tte Davi nd Laurence Meredith West T. S. C. 10, Girls League. ilvlel' C0 af. Friendly "Merdy" is an ardent Girls' Leaguer . . . fond of swimming . . . keeps a scrapbook of friends and memorable incidents . . . business school will prepare her for stenography. if 61 tial . lx Trudy Wentz Girls' League 1O, 11, 125 Playcrafters 125 German Club 11, 125 Basketball 12. Efficient, likable "Wen- dy" will go to work after graduation . . . hopes to be a secretary . . . can perform wonders with a needle and thread. l lx I tj .. at will .ft James S. Williams Photography Club I I, IZ, Rifle Club IO, I l, I2, Soccer I Z, Baseball I 2, Fishing Club I I, IZ. "lim" always willing to lend a hand it necessary . . . has hopes of going through college next year . . . Jim would certainly find great satisfaction in taking a direct snapshot of Hedy Lamarr. Q-J Robert Williams Hi-Way Il Junior Editor, I2 Editor-in-Chief, Stu- dent Service IO, II, Play- cratters IO, II, Writers fgub fl, IZ, Riding Club , I . "Bob' ',.. pleasant, ca- pable, and witty . . . en- ioys horseback riding. .. ambition is to operate an elevator in a one-story building . , . always seen around . . , has a flair for writing. i 47'-cf AXE!! Jeannette Witt Student Service IO, II, Secretary, French Club IO, ll, Girls' League IO, II, I2, Hi-Way IZ, Play- crafters IZ, T. S. C. IO, Escort Committee I2. "Nettie" . . . one of the grandest girls in the se- nior class , . . always on the lookout for a poem or two . . . would like to go to college. I II! , I KU If ' f ' .lfls V7 iff. M' Il PKI I , ft , N Ci L I C f J L Li! X 62 V x W QQ' Clarico E. Wingard Student Service II, I2, Girls' Lcaque I2, Hi-Way I2g Te-Hi News IZ, French Club IZ, T. S C. IO. Friendly and lun loving, "Rolabce" dreams of be- ing a female Eddy Du- chin . , . piano pIaying's hcr hobby , . . Skidmore College and a nursing ca- reer will claim her for their own, Calvin R. Woods Student Service IZ, Math Cub I2, Active Atoms IZ, Rifle Club IO, Bas- ketball Il, I2, Golf IZ, Bowling IO, Tennis I2. Bashful "Cal" can't be touched with a ten foot pole when it comes to math . . . Cal ultimately hopes to attend Annapo- lis after entering college next year. 6 Marie Zenorini Girls' Escort Service 125 argaret E. You ng 1 Service 125 Te- sl s 125 Girls' League 1 ,12, T. S. C. 11, d s Club 125 Bowling If s 'e" . . . friendly l ' cere . . . enjoys 'io ing . . s her rt o 1 . N. . id 0 3 f . X N X its Bowling 11, 125 Hi-Way Circulation Staff 125 Rid- ing 10, 11, 125 Active Atoms 12. Marie , . . languid and amusing . . . will be working for an M.D .,., likes to bat that tennis ball around . . , collects sugar just for fun. ez alex Edward J. Zimmerman Library Council 105 All Boys' Sports 10, 11, 12. Zimming "Zimmie" wants to be a police officer in Teaneck so he can arrest all his school chums he sees speeding . . , so look out . . . his big mo- ment is Hedy Lamarr. cake, ,. D. Margaret Zitelli W 5 CU " - jp V1 o Vf Girls' 'League5 Te-Hi News JA 11, 12. AVN wk Jil Petite, dark "Marge" . . . X-' W. S57 another of the numerous Lyv- , ,A v Teaneck football fans . . . Q could spend forever and Henrietta B. ever on 8 dance 'fl0Ol' . . . Zucching will tap typewriter keys f as a career. f Student Council 10, 115 Girls' League 10, ll, 125 Junior Class Cabinet5 French Club 10, 115 Te-Hi News Assoc-iate Ed- itor 125 Cheerleader 125 Writers Club ll, 125 Playcrafters 10, ll. Popular "Etta" is one of our best cheerleaders and dancers . . . aspires to be a buyer of clothes . . . plans to attend a junior college next year. .Q bl 5 - '- YQ QNX Q l P - f ' 1 f V Q- H- A I Ov' ' x .. N ' is m Vx JJ. ' 'xx 4 1 55 fl- X 3 N.: ff' X X m X "u x W 'A 'N x 5 f X f Heinz G. Zuschlag I X i-Way 125 Active Atoms 5 , - U ff 12, Mm club iz, Ra- lf aio club ii, German io, X , M 11, 12, Secretary5 Chess Club 10, Vice-President P ll, President 125 Bowl- X - . ing 11. f S 'o , pe se e 'ng He'n ' -fp' .erhushessr inltrligues NX X Q' If . . . his hobby isllradig . . . . next ear wi in V 'X ' 4 'Q him at collesge . . . wants U X hifi' H, 'X A to travel far and wide. ' . X ' f X pl f Q X lil 7 T 'L . M. js. 1 .. 'sl mum--f fb s. 1 .Q "' A 1 . "Ki Qfbf bJl,bI,Cl!-CHLRRI' cuparuu Jcpw Bifba0fPJfh1QfQLfCf,L'U'alqfmf1QCn- wwccnwx' . . Wm' Stu. If Y wx 1 N' Q, N Q , ' ra Conference N Ir , -wwf,-w,,. ,. A , . . vw' QW www X 9x25??5i sruoshr counr Frant Row A Sorensen D Gervers, Z Gordon, P Hazelton, G Hinners C Brandes, 0 Garrou M Eblmg Back Row Mr Bream, I Snufh, R Johnson, ? F' V 1 'V r i 51 hat d0g Bevan of Q Cf MW: 5 e I, occanncni ,k,, Q4 Mmf'V"' ', the Ge!QK0g !,f J M Afl UMC C50 G STARTING off the season with an extremely successful drive, the Red Cross Council continued its fine work by packing Christmas boxes and stockings. A party was given at a children's home, and members entertained at Bergen Pines Hospital. Another important accomplishment was the completion of an afghan. ln addition to the drive, money was secured by the sale of candy at all athletic events, and by the sale of transparent name stickers. The two outstanding members attended the national convention in the Spring. lil 414' 4 ij, . , ' 'b ox ce e me Q0 x 6 :sob 3 nl i ox . Q Sbscvloxif S i X -:5 KO Ce UG Go 69 t X X OVOCEJOWY c, e 'foe 55 K ok OK ale' is .xv ,Fo F S90 002095 X09 ee QS' Oo' to s oo 6 Q2 ,oe ,Q K e-06 0 0 oo A s C, s F . S HIS very helpful organization has members active in library work every school day. On November fifth the coun- cil gave a faculty tea. The members work during their free periods in the senior library assisting other students to find material for study. Those belonging to this organization are eligible for awards if they have done satisfactory library work in all its phases. We'd never starve here with all this food for thoulght! Ti 69 H 5, i f Qs if 2 S 00 Garfgkli GROWING and active interest in the Spanish language and culture is shown by the large member- ship of the Spanish Club. Three trips have been made by this group: one to the Forgotten Village, one to the Pan - American Exhibition, and one to a Spanish restau- rant. Interest was further fostered by speakers, muse- um trips, plays, marionettes, and folk-lore of Spain and South American countries. ein ei C4055 Palm di - . 5 L30 'US' X51 ' Q, Q0 Sax K N- be Gcx Vogel' High Chg! B so sv .5 l -'YOXNOW 94 Matteo, R' 'Ymvgcll 9 50. B O I OK 9- Svasiihxo. Aavarxb P010 dx! 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Post, ii, -, n nHCKDCfOUQh. li - ximpcyl Let X 'fs i rl I .fs I 'i' ' ' C Q .ep li . . s. 9 -45 L 'f HE Chess Club provides students wii.. .. .v ' ir brains in the scientitic game ot chess against tetiow i.......s rs ot the club and against members ot chess clubs in other schools. Under the guidance ot Mr. Gary, the club has earned an enviable record in interscholastic chess matches. Members within the club challenge each other and are ranked according to the number ot matches they win. UR tuture orators, the members ot the Pro and Con Club, have had much practice this year in both debating and public speaking under the direction ot Miss Anne Curran. "What Should Pxmerica's Foreign Policy Be?" was the topic at a Forum in Novem- ber when the group visited Columbia University as guests ot the New Jersey Forensic League. ln December a debate was held between Suttern and Teaneck at Teaneck. W x f l Qs Qs L. .frcfcmd mb Gwf ow Back R. Sibeck, J. Mathis, Miss A. Curran, F. Restle. Row. M Goldin, T. Thompson, H. Fisk. B . Bowiing Ciub, under TTH eighty active members, the I I theudirection ot Miss Doris Ruehe, has made amazing eb N., or progress in the tour years ot its existence. The boys bowied f oe Thursday atternoons and the giris bowied Friday at the f 1 r-""'+n V I gl' 4+ F X f T K --l s GM We PM ,? T am tinished its sw- 'onai Ritie ASSUbla.., V the Bergen HE Ritie e atter competing in the Nati match and the interschoiastic shoots sponsored by C unty Ritie League. The team consists ot those ciub mem- te, consistent, and have mastered the cor- o ho are accura i' a gun. bers w rect technique ot hand ing 73 Q ,U QR '4 fi 1' HE members of the Math Club, under the able leadership of Mr. George Becker, are learning newer and more accurate shortcuts in mathematics. Many alumni of the Math Club, who have attended col- lege, return each year to thank Mr. Becker and to express the value of these teachings. This year's members learn how to build magic squares, multiply num- bers just by glancing at the digits, square any number by a short, sim- ple process, and solve many difficult problems. l L a 25' Z URING this time of national de- fense and emergency, Active Atoms became consumer conscious. Forty-six students studied consumer chemistry, analyzing both the product contents and advertising methods. This phase of chemistry supplemented class work. ,Z 3 is Front Row. F. Patch, L. Teutsch, Mr. G. Becker, I. Smith, D. Gervers. Second Row: D. Schwartz, W. Carduck, C. Woods, L. Buckley, C. Smith, B. Mosier, 8. Smith. Back Row: S. Fox, E. Ness, O. Samler, B. Tinker. viii' ,pf 'Y 23322 2 t l 0 f O ts Lett to right' H. Zuscnlag, M. Zcilofnie, E. Ferguson, J. Biegler, L. Buckley, O. Olsen, H Mcllvaine, S Fox, J. Quinn, V. Newman, W. McCaffery, J. Ernorey, L. Jones G. Ganzenmuiler, G Dellabough, A. Barthelson, A, Shadek, X F. Buschner, E. Ueoei, M. Renz, J. Mathis, Mr. Kroner, R. Blue, E. Kenyon, X ,' I M Salerno, J. Smtn, D. Servers, L. Kennedy, C. Woods, W. Thompson, -2 - ' E Ness, B. Sm.tn C. Smith. 'nv . 'f im Ci. ' Front Row: M. G. Tillinghast, L. Teutsch, Mrs. R. M. Vanderbilt, F. Patch, J. Brower. Back Row: Z. Gordon, J. Storm, R. Kelly, J. Rouault, A. Szehi, H. Ecke. -0' Q S' .5 Q E ' i l PONSORED by Mrs. Reva Vanderbilt, the Cinemaddicts continued to study and review current plays and motion pic- tures. The club also attended many theaters and productions. HE Writers' Club, under the guidance of Mr. William Moore, has had a busy year. ln December, the club gave a suc- cessful afternoon dance, and in March, an evening dance. "The Third Leaf", containing poems, limericks, and images, was pub- lished at mid-year, and "The Fourth Leaf", in the Spring. Meetings were devoted to dis- cussions of literary style and to social and business activities. I 9 ' 'N , -,fx lg Front Row: P. Curtis, A. Barthelson, Mr. W. Moore, J. Tremble, E. Kenyon, g Second Row: J. Orth, W. McCaffrey, J. McDonald, L. Jones, J. Roberts, g" W. Byrnes, H. Schaufelberger. 17 G Third Row: M. Renz, N. Entwhistle, V. Campbell, A. Shackinger, V. Butterworth, Q 1 S. Clark, H. Weidener. -34 Back Row: E. Gavin, R.-Romaine, E. Bowker, M. Young, M. Johnston, H. Zucchino, 75 I f Q-N D. A. Tolton, G. Stalker. ' b Front Row: G. Brcckwoldt, Sccrctnryg G. Solomon P c d t' J Q , r si cn , Junckcr, Vice-President, L.. Horrocks Treasuic-r Middle Row: "AB"uschc', H. Van Woeit, "'Oscar", KA. Greene, H. Roberts, M. Allen, G. Ruqqc, I. Galipoan, E Savilgc, M. Tischlcr. Back Row: R. Ccrncy, D, Hill, G. Burton, A, Gicring, G. Casper, F. Rcstle. wage HIS year Miss Alice Busche has formed a new club, the Biology Club. The only requirement for membership is that a student main- tain a high B rating in Biology. Through trips and experiments, Miss Busche expects the club to increase the student's knowledge of Biology. lt is almost impossible to enter Miss Busche's room any day after school without finding at least one industri- ous club member carrying on experi- ments. It the present interest in the Biology Club continues, it will soon be one of our most popular and profitable extra curricular activities " ' f ff! - Q G ' of HE duties of the Council are to organize Intramural Sports, to plan Bergen County Play Days, and to attend the Managers Meet- ings of Bergen County Athletic Association. Back RO A s Santee. D' vll:rThomPS0n' B Nxuxea' RQUZHI 00551 ' PaQ3"l ' -. D- ' lor. l-- Froftl Rowsano, 1-Tal Ms wi A' a Mtn GM RDINARILY the members ot the Drafting Club are primarily inter- ted in advanced work, and many of the embers complete enough credits to irn their boy scout merit badge in rafting. During the year the club visit- l some engineering projects and also 'her places that are of interest to young 'aftsmen. Members hoped to have either pins ' emblems by the end of the year. These 'e earned by attendance and work, both '1 regular assignments and individual rojects. I I fi A K' 65,1 c. Q "3 1,23 QC' 'Pilar 5?- 'Sth -'QF Front Row: Mr, Kessler, J. Sanders, J. DiMatteo, R- Wldman- Second Row: R. Colpitts, W. Young, E. SheDhaVd- ' Back Row: F. Barry, G. Bonningfoni N- DOSKOW, J- 5l"eQU"1ef Leff to Ri h 9 t G, 7 , E, Dubfnl gregsefl B' M arch, D' aggilell, D- Co K, R. Ifiway Tinker 1 I, Le , ' Miss Une, B . L- ' Ugj ibozl Chic X f nf " NYS AV Gilsdorf, N. Pofvovich. K ' I 213:-16' , ' s' -' P ev f C W? xl 6 4 , 3 X HS- - .--A HE Senior Riding Club, this year a very active organi- zation, is under the joint spon- sorship ot Miss Guerber and Miss Liboz. Weather permit- ting, the group rides every Thursday and Friday. The Club made two trips in the Fall: one to the Rodeo, and another to the Horse Show. 77 ll l THIS year, the members of the Kamera Klub, under the su- pervision ot Mr. Trend and Mr. Curtis, have taken all the group pictures for our annual. They have taken many excellent candid shots too, at games, dances, and around the school. Many of these are to be seen in the Hi-Way and are the result of untiring effort and hawk-eyed vigilance. Llulf S RTISTS at work! That is the Art Service Squad. This group is made up of those 'alented students anxious to make progress in their art work. At thebeginning of each year, each student on the Squad is assigned to a teacher and fills all of his requests for pla- :ards, maps, signs, or art work of any kind. All of the clever and colorful posters used to advertise important school events such as plays, concerts, dances, and turkey dinners are the work of the Art Service Squad, and our corridors would be dreary indeed without them. All members, under the guidance of Mrs. Geary give freely of their time and we are grateful for their efforts v F54-CQ Y., .. X- K 5' 1. " I - oecem-LQ A Front Row: R. Non, L. osremouf, J. Wciland, c. Bemdr G Runge V Riel J Tfemble Second Row: Mrs. Geary, G. I-linners, U. Scheu D S rnon G Stalker Third Row: A. Szehi, B. Cady, R. Sultzer, P. Curtis A Meuggenberg L DICKINSON Back Row: R. Peck, B. Cornell, J. Wilson, A. Prosser R Bartow F Knauss 4 Yu , Q I, . . I Wim 'ff of ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE Front Row: G, Roncin, Z. Gordon, R. Blue. Back Row: R. Nelson, R. Andrews, T. Thompson, J. Brown. SO ADVISERS Miss Helen Smith, Mr. Robert Andrews, Mrs. Elizabeth Bream. Gotta' match? Front Row: J. Hanson, F. Knauss, J. Tremble P Curtis, R. Rothenberg, E. Savit, R, Sussman A. R. Peterson. Second Row: B. Ferris, J. 'Smith, D. Lee, P Bolinder, N. Curtis, J, Price, M. Peter, G Chanter, D. Murrey, J. Lowrie. HE Playcratters is the dramatic organization of the high school. Members learn staging, light- ing, make-up, and the more talented ones act. Each year the Playcratters presents several one-act plays for assembly programs as well as the Senior Play, one of the highlights of the school year. Students desiring to become members must read five three-act plays or else be certified by a sponsor of a Junior high school dramatic organ- ization. Any member who earns five points is awarded a pin. Wayan! 'd Row: M. Ebling, V. Strong, E Jn, G. Elarl, E. Gresser, E. Kenyon E. Ferguson. K Row: R, McDonnell, A, Roy, T. mpson, R. Maurer, R. Blue, E, Byrkit James, J. Brown, J. DuBois, Thompson. P s OFFICERS Evelyn Ferguson, Robert Blue, Marjorie Ebllng, Esther Lowrie Sl This is no "light" job. sl I Curtain! in , er CircuIaN0"HM:1:3 BU WI ,lx ,if ull' , '. 'ff x " ,I pm, 'f,f, , I, ,V-ll. A ' .fly , ' I A X VV 'fl - I l .0 x Wff 'f h ' S, A- .. 1. .- 51 Mat' ' ! I f f I y "5 , -' xx 7 , I '1 "XI, I 3 .. , 0 sn , l 1 I ff!! , t . , ' i ' 1, " 1 'V 20 mf.. 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Pmtlnmvoi-K'A T: who nc1P'6 D SP3 in v.u6"if:,, no "ml 0 1 in-0' 0' ' my fn' -wus- gizxm ,so uaeffhs waz in Smu.,..1s. - 0 Dggotion mcnnuf pr ,i,Q...N VJ fx ff V' ' ,fx 7 ' ma., BUSINESS STAFF ,,7 -I' l. During the summer Bob Williams spent a great deal of his time designing the book -deciding what was to be included, lay- ing out pages, and so forth. 2. As soon as school started Anna Szehi and Albin Barthelson started right in on the art work that was needed. 3. "Big Bob" Hinman, business manager, immediately contacted printers and photog- raphers to find out just how much the book would cost. HELEN SCHAUFELBERGER P Front Row G Runge H Benwstort, E Bullwinkel, M Zenorini, 1 ublicity DiF6ClOr R Hinman, Business Manage' H Schaufelberger, Publicity Di- rector D Gewefs D Flugt, P Lynch GRACE COLPITTS and IRA SMITH, Advertising Manai Bark Rnw D fwithnrc F Kan- D Monf-lov AA xl:-mf.-. fr SW 4'1a,7'QOw, ag A 4 0661300 fe er" Adds: VFR"-vw 'Pr ow- -S OfD'O'7, G is Zan, ' M chalffgfi A fy 574,- af O . Grgh Ffusohn fi5e,gg0-Af39.,,7 J r W' , QQ SVU! C Ona' . . N lffij' Si I Gifts- iihffdgh 516533, M C9011 eil Ayzffffay e'S.A S1402 1 S S 4 ' , , ' ' . C 41, Sffflr ' kelfefdnli if lmfelrmff ' Safer? ,Y eq Ddefffayon ' I1 Q R. ?12JSCh!4g44ehae:?O-igrsforlh CDO , p ' eff 1 qrlelfl 7- Sr, . 170 F 'ho fe.rO,Q,Ueo Son fetch 111151-is E B so lvewerg Rauf, Edl'fgr'kSr 'To,,, 'ack 'JI - M XG" ke 4L B Row" Grunfo' Mar Hmflgflefw sr4Fl-' . Gan f7, J- idk Mrs, JrOrff7 M z o - '. enmufleuaft LD R7?,7ZEdlfOr: ijfemo , , , , J n I7 J, . , ' Sie ombs Mdrh1B'3'fsR"l1cg Qfef 017, J fs, Ch, E o,-,N ' G' D 'sfhts If ' 0171614 Sffab iff, enyo 0,7 0UQh'f Gofgo of .shadekfr falv 4. Then Helen Schaufelberger set out to raise the money that was needed by selling books. lncidently she established a record of six hundred and thirty-five sales. 5. Grace Colpitts and Ira Smith also did there bit to raise money by selling adver- tisements. 6. And all during the year Joe Totten, George Kahl, Jim Brown, and Henry For- rest were on their toes photographing all events, sports and clubs. Their work can be found on almost any page. ANNA SZEHI and ALBIN BARTHELSON, Art Editors GLADYS HINNERS, Junior Editor 'T-. Fx I X r VAL. Aa ART STAFF Front: R. DeCar1io, L. Mascolo. Front Row: A. Barthelson, Co-Art Editorg F. Knauss, J. Wieland, U. Scheu, M, Horne, D. Simon, J, Tremble, G, Stalker, A. Szehi, Co-Editor. n..,i, nm... M na.-+C,-L. F Rnrnfltr D Fiirti: A Miinnenhern l Dickinson sr, 1 91 f' 16 ' Ir. X X I Rf. x " ' ' " Ni f ' f . . 4? 4Qv1."y A Q, O lx! - K '. ' x'- '7"' 'J 1- in X .W f - Y ,. f W K - 35 Cx F Wx fd. 12, hiv ':!i"'Zi vga Q .Q ff sw-29Q1.2QL4, -35' ' 26 C46 Nappi O, Sam From! Row 4Nlff7IW, L u Scolpmo, A, Joy, E. McDonald, G. Lambcrson, D. Paul, R , Sc-crm-l Www M fmlvim, nf V , mrgcuvth, I linllm, D Trcmbv, G Jciicrson, R Dc Mott, J. Daily, R. Cornell, W. Stem, W, Joy. Thual Rww ', H.1mm:-14 H Dwrxvmxq, 'N Kfmvwu-, R NNnW0r, 1, Hovftrifj, W, Wxiham, R. Tmkcr, D, RMOUO, R KHITNUFYOY, E. Kilniurrhy, Imulh Huw I fhaufhwr, 'N Krrh, K Kczzlny, D Bvrrx-Acnrw, J, Tarmqhonc, R Elhrxq, l. Ciark lw C'-ml, M.m.xf1w F ',!.n1lmf1, M.m.xf1c-r U Brvtt, Mmmqc-r G Dollnlmuqh, Du. Tvrhww Conch Della Torrc. 4-1.1-lx Klmy-pl Cum l.v,l Raw 2 1 Y' h -., " ' fg s ik .L " vu n lj! R905 26'7' H THF Cin. 16 TQjn.' I L sg yz-0. efeaf Lgres sa' 5 1 Hmwmw TQ, . 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WW Tl-ln, f Lion, 0' L dh A' X Teaneck Dt Enl e eats 9 ewood Bl Teaneck Leads X N.N.J.l.L. smash Ridgefield Park 34-7 Z6-0: ue Routs Rivals '1' lll Setdhd Half An unstoppable Teaneclc football team pushed the Scarlet of Ridgefield Park TEUPECLK 'I 3,449 004 all over the field in h n White powerhouse led by, acking the Danny Paul, Teaneelfsly 'L' pass-snatching end, ran wild in the third period of the game to hury Engle. wvndl 26101 ' "mn s ell- rn 34-7, r e leagu H. o gain e lead for the ughwaymen as Ruth went dow X W ,r erford n to defeat - x Teaneck Tied 6-61 3 Outplay Rutherford, Samlers' 5 Teaneclr C ontinues Unbeat eng Defeat Lodi 6' ' .0, Steve i alled Y .SX A few 9 Yard un C Back bad breaks rob- L bed Teaneelr of victory and L gave an out-played Ruther. ' ford team a 6-6 tie. Tea- neck had two touchdowns called back, one for clip- ' Ping, the other because the 'non Stars ,quarter had run out. l it a aeee L Teaneclds powerful foot- ball eleven continued in its y unbeaten ways as "Soup" Stevenson sprinted seventy V. r yards for a touchdown and I the impenetrable Highway- f M men defense kept Lodi from sewing. , , v - rf? S , If Teaneck Trims j Comet 19-7 Win F? First League Title J X r . Teaneclc Ends ' e""e""" "'i9""' "W" 'Undefeated Season. f 3" 'e""' 'ed 5 ilealfk Belleville Zl-13- 'S 2 7 Teaneel: High L ,football team ended ,first undefeated ,bmi 398300 ng Bellevill with "R " mberson Soup" Stevenson in sterling perforrnanc Hpis victor e, 21- ed L8 e Y ever ,liroun Fw fe stir r alsures 'M' A 890 lu y all-county andidates "Allie" Joy and f t"Soup" Stevenson played perfect football in defeat- g Hackensack, to give the Hlbhwaymen their fire! ' . . J. l. L. 1'-' Keel? YOUV eye on the ball Ouch! Nan ga Soccer Team Finishes Third With three wins, three ties, and tour defeats as its record, Tnneck completed its second year ot com- petition in the N.N.J.I.L. soccer lloop. Coachcd by Mr. Leonard Smallheer and captalned by Rudolph DeCanio, the squad showed plenty ot spirit and team-work, but mell- aged to tinish only third in the league. Englewood proved to be tho High- vayrnen's stumbling block by caus- ing two ot the tour defeats. Strongly enough, Teaneck outscored hor op- ponents, I8 goals to 14. , hell HMSC B. KM I C' Llndhox Olvlalai CBNO. vs MPM vm. De ofac ' 90. R' AA gerQ D,YberQ. uma. mas' ' xoffloni xw' H' 5' H M dd 6 , SQ I Rel Dewi E Meyonx, CATQAYO. xCla1cu0l'MQ:r1n' Dv Cham een UO' Washlfl Smallh O gxa er C, aah ' 311. WmQ ' Row.. C0 G BUi.lr-'ll W GC Hof" dbefql W wel Bail' R to C' Sfnclauii' O 4 x I s I i i 5 i i i Teaneck Ties Englewood For Third Place 4 . Teaneck High School's baskeiballg team wound up its 1942 N.N.J.l.L.i campaign in a third-place tie with! iinglewood, behind Rutherford and, gCliffside, with a league record of Qeight wins and six defeats. Coach SAnderson's charges, led by DeCanio,1 Drack, and Joy, gave a fine showing? Yhroughout the season. 'i i I I i i Of BDU Flds Ro radii R. me anX0 4 YM M2050 C4 SKC . FIC OrdaiOv PM 3oY C03 ch PM ae' 50" I Rnfhf EID n-a ai W he, els if-9 id' Gfa R. - fanOi - 'rich hrl5to V Ole DCC f ' A Q, nkc, A Rgnchcrroyl R4 TI 1 ' W MMML HCUL W' R3 hlo, i D BUQC ynnlu R. O S- Bljfqcni Oglcf' H M C RP1tl5!r11lJ!n"lIf R Row Mr 1 ION' ROW B-11" i l UuQhh! X Teane ck Concludes Erratic restlin Season if x-XXSN Coach Art Calnpbc-ll's wrestling!-" ff team finished an up-and-down sea- Yfson by failing to bring home a single ,f 'State championship to Teaneclr, for if 'tho first time in many years. At! times the team looked unbeatable, X lin disposing of highly-rated op- Ibonents. ,N E s i uad Taken Over, ch Anderson , Cinder Sq By Coa Y,,,f if With oniy three veterans ot Coachz Qldenry Pohl's 194i N.N.J.i.L. cham-i ' track team returning, Coach - taken over , apionship X Hagan Anderson, who has V ,the cinder sport at Teaneck, had tog irebuiid the squad. Several HGVCOIN-3 zers tooked exceiient in practice, andt 1 the veterans, Captain Ogden Sa,mier,, ,Ed MacDonald, and Don Rattettog came through to win their share oti neck Q E X Wevents tor Tea . 3 s E SCHEDULE 5 April 17 , ' ' t Teaneckk nd Chttsude a it Tenatly a od ' 1 v Leonia and Teaneck at Englewo E May in X Ridgefield Park at Teaneck May 8 ck at YW Shotpuf X ford and Teane 2 at High Jump X Ruther Hackensack K May is Princeton Annuai Meet May 23 N.N.J.l.L. Championship Meet , June 6 New Jersey State Meet 0 I Hurdle Califfain Samler Fl'Ol'lf Rgw- B . - . We - ISS, F. Welghardt, D. Sgarin, E. VoiQf E M ' - Biegler s 'Hammacoonald 0 s , . el , . amler, W Moone ' ' Y, M, Sfone G J fferson, E. Stalder, A ROY J N, . , . ucol, G, Campbell Second R . ow. S. Kapp, G. Mcllvaine, R, Cemey 1 . e W- C d ck BI' U . ,-,,, .AA n T 'A"'L"c uf , , warn D pzffpfn rnnrh H Etta ,, .,. MTQa R DeCanio. Front Row: P. Hazcilon, L. Contmo, P. Pctrovlc, W, Stein, I Second Row F. Bcwnqcr, C. L-ndholm, R. O'Hara, R. Mcycr A. Brun F Wacha W Mcflallrey Hurd Row John Hoclmfl. W. TraQQorth, J. Mcgxalgrcyz, l, Svilanck, E., Kappock, J. Quinn, D. Raffottq . OS . alcnhcrqc-r, A. O'Hara, A. Barthclson, D. Paul, A. Joy, R, Dracl E Twccl, K. Schrn Back Row' Mr. Knapp, 5'UQgerg Belly Knappmen l-lave Heavy Season Slid e, Kelly' Slide! With a veteran squad of sluggers l SCHYDULE IM "M" "fallen P""'e'S "' apm is naagemm vu. an-rea.-era turning, Teaneck's baseball team APM 13 5 Rufhepfotd at Tea,-,egg seemed certain ol finishing high up April 11 . Teaneck at Clittside - . Q . . m- , April 25 Teaneck at Leonia, m me Ni! J I L 'ge ch 'ztnzeafs April 7.1 Teaneck at Tenatlyi ine" V'5"'o" on 0' 9? April Z9 Hackensack at Teaneck' ,squad was held down by a returning May 1 1,919,994 af Teaneck 1. letterman ot last year's second place May 6 T Tenatlll at Teaneck l I b ed May 9 eaneck at idgetieid Pk 'tum Ken 'sdrra eva eY9de::oN:n May ll Teaneck at Ruthertord N be ' 'I 9'-e P m ' 0 ' 9 May 15 Clittside at Teaneck some ol the pitching burden lrom MH 19 Leong, ,Q Teaneck .Buddy Lindliolm, the returning May Z2 Teaneck at Hackensack HIL May Z7 Teaneck at Englewood HOmerg, K . mound Front R B Ow: ruckrn-ann, Kg- gamzenmulferl E Buk - r Ho a , F, me' D Claus R Viet' G- Mcphail Back R I . Hill , J ' ' ow Tanzola Rcror' C Smith: J' R, F ' 7 V, DA , - I M0fSgf'RJ'sileyleifeffckisififonkifn la whrranl' . - c ey E, . ebsfer D f ,H ack, A A I b Jermam A ' Maas' A. Barne er John 1 , Ch son, L. Kennedeylfanf, B, Smmff 'Q . Qi sfj . 3 rw 0 1 iii! 2 VJ Will Ye Anglers is organized to cultivate the love of outdoor sports among its members. The gala event of the year is the trip taken on the opening day of the trout season. During the ' h casting is winter months movies are s own, practiced, and members tie flies. W Reilly M Garson N. Flugt, R. T r , C Neulen, A. Sproul, , , . , B. Cotter, G. Dellabough. J, Drugach, B. er y . 'lIer, R. Walker, J. Cerasanti, Ahrendt. E. Bavles, W. Mi O L I 1 o d the job of re- Coach Herbert Morse face d White tennis team with building the Blue an only one member on the squad, Bruce Smith, ' ' ' N. N. J. l. L. having any previous experience in ' ' E though the picture at first competition. Ven wasn't too rosy, many of the newcomers showed ite a little promise, and came through the qu season with flying colors. Dayton. D. Mellen, 3' Mr' Gary, J, DraY1eY, xg O i qolgf SQ en returning Coach John With several letterm , Drugach's golf team began its campaign to recap- ture the N. N. J. l. L. championship which it lost for the first time last year. Grant Dellabough, last ' ' d served as year's star, Bill Miller and Bob Gra y, the backbone of the team, which ended a Suc- cessful season. 97 Bead' ww 6 cvfvcs Q 'ous dafxcmgv 'n XLQCDX Front Row: M. Sante , o. G rs. Mmm, D.Vr11r-rs, co. eckrfgrsgi Svcoml Row: F. Suihcl P Kmfl, V. Cnmzsmz-II, C Anderson, . McDonough, ThifdR0w1 V. Schncrdcr J, aww- cr' B' Newman, M. Young. Back Row: L. Pagcncllr A. M . mme' M- L'-'i'1S. V. Vanesegi, D- ROSS, V. Pratt. sduu. Y 31 ' dance ' Y-ooxcd xhan CW Km MW 'sis ,L eafS. Omer Y he ri He' han -Xn fish T . venfg K f SPO. C5 we had mOY6 3432? Eg'XOY9?xaZxhg0KSDN3?x3i5lS.hxe . a m f ' - Leademl CHFQ bowxmqrbf xhebjxuand VOXCZQSWV' at HKS yea' ther vOXXe'4 EATON meixtxrgd baSke3anC5'm9 m 5 Thevdwaex:eO'Qxa2gidrGn.' 620051 be Omg . he CYNQO b 3 QXY QMS enxaYY S me CW exam To enxecger-5hNO' -AA N93 aQam -42' 'ff M' .Q 'Hr .1 ,wh ,MW 2 5 g , ,, I MQ in 3 W 49 41 ,bg , I vf rr . QI! Jw , Y ,V 1 Wig I I ,. sql'-ya M." ' sf 42 Q 4 rw 7 Wh hwhi , 1 SYMBERS Swing if kid! Q Q 'FJQOJ' iv 6 ww WI QMQWW . P ctor, M55 Pfennig? ME' TgI?if1Qha5" effh ho HIP i A 'I 'V l 6'r7-.arei HTS D af? . "?yda,v 'SC ornferesfed 'eck SP0 flclp S a In 'TS . I I7 a 1 inc aflgn . fm Cfub - . u S Cl OHS ' N fude "7 1 af C - T S 0De h . Lib. O ew Yda r nt"'9"n Us n fo I fm A""'On earn her 6 ,SGW Ork oller Skazfsif sport Derry fc? the Va , feffe lor ' Q 1' h , r 'fed rf 3 ' 9 Dart 1 3 bl the Sch act . .Qlfl fn Oof - Y and acigfe hfkrgember Wines List I S nd Row' G- Coming' J eco ' WQUME.. rv fm WW' Q YXV' S M - Edwards, J. Sturcke, N- 0' B Jackson, J' Willson Efohwld 'Row' A. Polizzu J IV ' Ci, Moore, R. Peck' D' Lan M- McKenna. G RW. INA Forbeff I 255' 8, ShuTeS,MNgDeGL:tT F. Traggorth, P a bel Q Us S of of fh' OUQ f lp fo arf find this isadef's'lEMgb are? e of fiefd ar ffle i f Dar- hockeyggls also 'he in Ya gotta have DUN! Bend down, sister! On: x Come UITW9 fof 'N 56 Ol' 5 Qatch 1 fr 'S Pa E-Jfk Ro . P 5wi?2 L' Q0nell Fiom ROW'-S, F Traogorrlll glleuresl JV Spra P Tralelgh N Brien! D' Grosguel . jo P, Muir, nes, F. Mcgewnl 11' 15 .4""' .xr N, TeuiSChi tee, L' P Byrnes' M. igguel B. Mulea. K Mgt-Ccfma' Gross. J' Sp ' Pglmeli ' tYO'P.2.QL1q-3DCJ2,QJ Volley ball, a universally popular sport, always brings out a large group ot eager girls. Playing Hockey land watching foot- ball practice on the sidel gave the girls an opportunity to enjoy the in- vigorating air of the autumn months. Hifi, D,. ru -r,, aj Back R Nylandeiy-J B. Robbins P F - Sturke, Af P6lTra'leigl-1 M I ,MSW rOf7f' R0 : P' Byrggl, A- Mu7CmCEen?al M Vs., .. W J ' Edwards 5 1-one 1 M. . J. SpragteVVilliaf-ns, A Mas ' ' Sane, wb'-c The "home run queens" come out en masse in the spring. P Muir L Pagonellie V. Raccioppi, R. Foster, M. Linten, D. Pope, B. Robbins, M. O'Brien, . , . , J, Sprague, A. Mulch, J. Lowrie, N. Palmer, L. Teutsch, B. Mulea, in The competitive spirit reaches its peak in the keenly contested intramural basketball tournament. gymes. -'- M row. P' - 4 , B. Pope N. if M- 5- Williimpasi D. ' Ce L- Teutscb. . ' V, Vane 1 I Swague, - .- M. Leins M- O Brien, J. Reilly, V. Sghnfik l tes. aggbmg, M. Q:-ggi ji Edwardsihl K- Mdrenn .MC Sang, P. TVB, 'ph TraQQ0' ' p Muir. P' der' B4 lyugblss M' MCKProri31.l'N' Pam ' tee. - 'Cl r, A- ' bafgm, M' NYM" ethomoson- 1 0 Practice for the tennis team affords the individual the chance to show her stamina, skill, and sporting blood. lOl er? 7 K y 'rf-vu. 52, Y Q' sy 13. n I - R.- 1 1.x f ,x Q m , , 4 X V . -".I'4 5 0 , -' 1 A- 'J dfuj ' -M .fx 'rn . - ' x G 5 Q' -5,71 gp Rnfya -i 41.9. 3' sh , .. f.,, gi ..:- ,- , . fb,- A L M gm.,-, 1 ' -ll f 'Q hiv, Q y n V . V' ,Zi ' MPA ' , . M Lrg' - R ,Q , 8 . 1 rg-v3y,,r 4, ag, -.J'- L. , - vi ,7+2?a,,3y:',, ., V If , 4 Whig, ffm Of 155442334 . V Mir' ,2a'7.f'!,f -if ' f- ,- fx? ' ,ff ' . 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V1 - ' 'fin y .M ,, -1344: - -1 ' T479 I Dottue All ends well as Mr Kenny prom Norman now realtzes that he really loves ' l'u ' Calgl all lOUV WlTl'1 hts 4 sf 4, . 1 K ,. inf? V ' - ' V " 332111 b Q Den, Dinrp . L Twig ,M ' I w. I DZ? , ,- . .R ah., , . 4. ,Fil "4 1 Q Of, f' ?0"'7L.,-v' Yew? 3? 1 . Q 'S ' 'hifi 40f322'4'P01 19 f'5"'Q9f V ' ' , V' V is ' 010- -'V I 17. WY' lair? 3 t ,W ' .435 , , 1 , ,L , , , . 0 B 9,96 fm 6 0,910 L fx ,' I , A A vi I, ' df, Ol' 24, "Girls - I pp, I 0 Q , " 101 lil vw. L-P" 4-14 In-uf M W fm gd ' B , ,gh rfl Aa 'Gs and ,A , . .K E , vt, "'0l'I, mn, H , Q.-0 A, . 'heir men 1 - . 1 5 mer. ' an-' Sf :n. ' '. -, + 1 - 0 - ' ' fq that 0 x ,A Ly Mb' ' ' 1 W" dun. Y-, - 2 P' dez- , NF'90:n4ir Q ' 4,sggf3 ,':NggL1, 'if-712 A X yi ff,,, fw 'fig' I4 ., Kal' gf. x . . 93 If , ea ,y V q .5 I wig, Zfi ! J -1. ' L :ry ,' of ' iqwvilv xgxlg' c X , .U , xoabic X ' ge!,ff?'neA 1:05:26 10031 9 , Lf, ,V Q I Q i .becpaasxa S L, V, ff wwf' .Vg , a' we 13? 'vin 4431 ' View ff' 0? 1,, W -r. . ., ,, M-aw, ,Q-5 s f ff ,,hf,z'LH' , V7 fe "ju if 41' v an 'Y 2 -I A f if I I I My :,,, -z rf XM' Z Q ,- v. M P Q .1 . 1 ,4 ,f 41 ' P f ,::Z- ' -9.5 513, , i .. y 1 1 f f 1 7 , , iff f ' HX C17 f , f , W 5fg,.l, 421 ' 5 iii?-jf fr , V .QA f L fi , g' X fl! , - f 1 Q ff . ' Qgfi ' gy f ' 'I my I 2 1 Ve iz an aff ' 'nz , ggfwy W ,vt V. 4 N Mi . ,A fm f- af H, v 1 1 'a qi., 4 Q 4, l HE "Award of Merit", the most highly esteemed honor in Teaneck High School, is given each year to "that student from the graduating class of the Senior High School who has most successfully lived up to the traditions of the school and ideals of good citizenship." This year the award was presented to Miriam Stoll and Albert Joy. In z 'il rg . , 1 J 41 NAIRIAM STOLL ALBERT JOY 5 . f- f ,, it. 'ff , ' A-. i x 1 A ' Edith Bullwinkel 1 Delores Gervers 'sf Robert Hinman 0 fi 'f Grant Dellabough Eleanor Dillon N I I 'K ff it , ,K 3. ff 1 , , I Zelda Gordon Paul Hazelton 1 , Q i -if-1 In Marene Jorgensen Albert Joy CH Betty Draney bf L Jack Henwood Z' Esther Kenyon S . -nr- 93'-u-: -f 1 A Q, :g...,, ff W i ' , 5. 1 1 1 is I' 1 . 2 r ef 5. 9 Q g Ng: r, "' i I i . WMI.: ' if "H, " 'nuff .A 9' .4 'e 6 Sv! -x E E12 '. : N-" j if , , ai., Q, , . , , , .- .QN- V1., 2 t f "' 5? J ' HE fifteen per cent of the gradu ating class who have best dis played superior scholarship, trust worthy leadership, exemplary char acter, a spirit of unselfish service, and loyal citizenship are elected to the year by the votes of the administra- tion, faculty, and student body. National l-lonor Society each , H K , A , i ,Q 1 Cgrneliug Lindholm Robert Maurer Harriet Mclivaine Frances Patch Don Raffetto Ruth Romaine . We S if v ei. v X N ' ,A I 4 Jean Rouault Ogden Samler Helen Schaufelberger Alice Sorensen Gloria Stalker Miriam Stoll I Q ' ' , Vu Q 5 Jeanne gform Anna Szehi Margaret Thompson Henrietta Zucchino Hein z Zuschlag i 'Z N, , . s i X ,u 1. "' g Tw 'Xi , -rr 4- 5 . 3 , , T Those school-days have gone when we ' N : f , used to make merryg gf Nowadays it's a new kind oflfun. ll ' 77 We fellows have chosen the life mili- : Y " tary, xg ' And we've learned how to handle a gun. - . , X ki ff! xi if Now a few of us found business course a snap, So we looked for a job in the City. Now we're steno's that'll some day, may hap, Be financially sitting quite pretty! ,ww f E of Y , 2 if . gm But we surely were fooled, for as you W1 X f ' 4 . 5 Q X 5 Q fi Back in high school we vowed on our ver life That we d never be tied to a trouble- some wife can now see can be. We re as doting as only fond parents 1 Remember Ed Taylor who wrote "Off . the Cob"? That Column was screamingly clever! But our senses of humor seem lost with our youth- Oh, well, jokes can't be funny for- ever. T 1.0 .4 ' , . H' , . .. 1 Q, K L I ug Nj . A " ' -i -v-aw. , J u,i'f51.' Wm.f.w-,.W' ' s ,fin wt ,gg I Y , V -.L:J... .. f ' ' . -7 f I-U4 Q I h Y Nil .1 Ivhul A, ' UZ' tl nuql .F xf 5 L EIVKMQF swings '5 m , i E' ' lx! A 3255 i fx gfvfu- l iii T E.. The Glide and the Lindy went out with white saddles, And something quite strange took their place. The young folks at dances still run themselves ragged, But we can no longer keep pace. 1965 ea-T '.,, i Aqvi I I L? Z 94 ZLQ L ff bf U. .g I' 5 J 1 i rj,-,I ig I i 1 li'-1... ' tis. 1.1-X 4' f E' i - Q ' i 'X ' ' l I W I, A JA I A mf X J Lt . They say that we're now in the prime of life, We're earning the most that we can. We're prosperous doctors and lawyers and such- Each quite a distinguished man. That first corsage, that dinner- coat, The thrill of our first formal dance Seem distant now, and quite re- mote, Only youth can enjoy that romance. lt's human to wonder just what's coming next, But we'll never regret growing old. We don't feel a bit sorry to bid , 5 1 V gk? youth good-bye, i.,,',,,.,. Q25 ' So we'll just let the Future unfold. .,..i-Y , - ' K W . ,JH . ' yank -z 'V r ,n -', v-.JL-4-Em-.y T v, 1 -Qf i . . opglfl .1 -an ' vm W. i rf." . . - " X' V- " Our daughter and son-in-law think f - 1 yr 'ii 5 . that it's kind i ',.'lF1,'. flgi 5' 3 gg .,j:'f'To visit their old mom and dad. ' ,ig l K, A I 'K ix. i i' They would never consent to leave r fi .- ' A l"3?j1Q Junior behind, 5 3 L SJ'L'l'1 ' 1 But Lord, what a mischievous ladl .1 xx T315 fi' ix l 't lf' 14'-f '., J it if Yyll... Ad Z X qi' i l is -- T ,,, .ev 1 A , ., . A... , , 1 3 I -- - 4 '-IA' i ' I . N ,. .r . . ,, t H . , , --' -, - .- V A ,Aq. Z 1' ff' ,i V-N' - Zope pearls answered man I , , , Y .V ,-1 Dx 3 1.1 Y, I5 ' 1' tx - g5H',f A -a N'l"5 -" 5 5hqg,,,,,-f i Y '. fit.-'mi' . , -gf f' w x t ,ff Q -nur... ant. y a ticklish We "got a lift" with glass suspenders Rule 'one' for the hair-do problem was s s E s,arLfL,bse'fSemss.. ' our C1 ,"When in doubt, wear, braidsf' Fads usually come under one of three classifications: Those we like, those we do not like, and those we are indifferent to. We had many of all three this year. The zaniest of all fads was the yo-yo. Bob Hope started it all, and the boys lsome girls, tool kept it going. The boys really had some nifty ideas when it came to fads. Loafer jackets, finger-tip coats, plaid shirts over regular shirts, glass suspenders, belts, and wrist watch straps were very much in evidence. Every one liked them, even if they , , , ,xi ' ' , rg, , "ff V YY i , 'T i 9 f if uf' - U gyle sweaters brought out the best in THIS I5 A FAD THAT NO ONE DIS- Plaid shirts lent a dash of local colour an the girls' APPROVED OF. N 1 is 5 . ' ' MH ' fpf:-,sf - I 'V 1' . A .,2 as le' I I Us ,fr , H 1 Ya . , , 4, ,, 1 5 , . 7 l .X ., . - .V,...a-,:,V'm,V1w. V-, ., - . .- ac.- .. . A A -c..-,z .. s ""'r , V ' F' - K f ' V I' ia--Z' ' -1' X ,E 'lb il? r H 1 . 433 2 Qi Y i 0 2 ' ' I Y' f 3' V 2 if 1- , ' ik l ' E- ' ' 4 -.6 gi -i N. ,s k V0 D . Perf o i y o f r. a k s. in V - W A : .5 Y getnnowhef by W 'beanies with braids' were' a fad imborted pulling strings. from Holland' ,, , HJ V ,,,,,,, ..,, , ,, ,,... ,, ,, T-,,, ,SVT-1 YYY. ---- - ,-.- ---- llf- 2- f V-V -L-f ---f f 1 -- - ,I uxqs x were only for the boys. The arm. Slacks were a fad that gs , , , , , .- fr, mfg 6-,' 1, glass articles look neat, have we were definitely indifferent H511 the durability of leather, and to as most people did not ap- .n53,f,g,f V' g f' , , . are not at all expensive. prove of them for school wear. ,Q , ' 1 -5 ii i A The girls were really "hep" Pig-tails were a neat hairdo in l k,-,j,: ' 2 , ' fQ,., VJ?zL: .V I 1 this year too. Glamour girls galore turned out in pig-tails, rope pearls, argyle sweaters, slacks, hurraches, and a scad of other beguiling ideas. Hua- raches were rumored to have helped increase Pan-American solidtarity, and patriotic jewel- ry was worn in almost every conceivable manner. The girls came in with a clanging ova- tion whenever they appeared with just about all the brace- lets they could gather on one more ways than one, and the beanies with the green pigtails scared most of the boys into believing that the girls had taken to dyeing their hair green. Rope pearls answered a delicate question when it came to asking a girl for a date. If she wore her pearls in a knot you knew she went steady, but if she did not-you could ask her for that date. All in all, we had a more than "solid" year, eh kids? 1 1' wx --Y. ' P' . 3,2 f'5"iI'icF- W' " ' Y 'V -get .V 1. 5. v X V ,n 1 L .M 1 , .- an ., af, . , . W J -, c , .., x., I,-4, 1' :f . . V ,Lu '-l V '2- . .' 1' ' - 2 is 1' Af, W V ' V,.' 5,f., gs- -. -i -V is-.V . , ,gf ,I 41.3 Q ,Ji ,. , fr ff g , , ,N l., 3' 1 Q if f . , , m f V - h 1 , 1. ,. . , .-,J if A if , - A my 11 V V N.iAQ:,,',.' " if ' 133, 'fc 1' i' " "'- Me Q' A 'ff . 1, ,wa -2, 'gg - . A . . 'f 4 -i. 1 -Aja Y, , ' ' fpgf ,H 'X .' 19 7 2 31' 'I , ' -- " Fx' 1' . ...V l .. n .fy if .... , , .. .. , W . ' ' V WF. A Jia!- fffg 37? . , ,,.,-5952? r M315 ' . 2 fl F Q' Q-E?- .- 15,52 2:1 3 y5fg,,fgf '. . At. j ,., , for if . 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