Teaneck High School - HI Way Yearbook (Teaneck, NJ)
- Class of 1954
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An anniversary is traditionally a
time of retrospect as well as a time
for speculation as to what the future
may hold in store for us. This year,
with a minimum of fanfare and a
lesser degree of undergraduate aware-
ness, Teaneck High School celebrated
its twenty-fifth anniversary.
A quarter of a century ago, a grow-
ing community realized its ambitions,
and Teaneck High School became a
reality. Certainly, the school has
undergone tremendous change, ex-
perienced far-reaching growth, and
established many educational mile-
stones during the past twenty-live
years. But during the last six years,
it has molded the lives of three hun-
dred young men and women. We do
not concern ourselves with the ma-
turation of a school over a quarter of
a century but rather honor it and then
turn to review what has happened to
these three hundred during the short
span of time which they have spent
at Teaneck High School.
In these following pages we have
tried to gather those memories of our
high school life which are most to be
cherished . . . the faculty and the
underclassmen . . . the successful ath-
letic teams . . . extra-curricular activi-
ties . . . the wonderful times which we
have had together.
Faculty and Administration
Patrons and Advertisers
lfisoly and gently
you havo taught us the valuos
of patienco and Cooperation,
of rvspoct for otlwrs, and
of prido in our undertakings.
From your vlassvs
zu' hold a I1 undrf-11 memorios of
avquaintancosh ip with a raro and beautiful porsonality
llistinguishod by sympatlwtic' understanding
and by a fooling of Comradeship
almost lllliqllf' in its bonds of mutual esteem.
Your faith in our suggostions
gives us in turn
unquvstioning rvspvct for yours,
for through that trrinklv of humor
uw' svnso your flvvp conmfrn for our fvvlings
and are honorvrl.
In appreciation for the privilvgv
of knowing you as H'lll'lll'f, advisor, and friend
lcv take groatvst pride in flvrlirating this volume
to you, MISS EDITH DAY.
Miss Edith Day, B.A., M.A
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MISS EDITH II. TEPPER, B.S., M.A. MISS JE.-XNETTE PFEIL, B.A. MISS ROSE FRIEDMAN, ILS., M.A.
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Cessful year wlliclm incluclccl the NlllI'SllIHllllOXV Ball
il cluncc for all tlm-v gl-lull-s, :mil tllv tmclitiomll gradu-
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Algebra with a smile.
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ssful junior High luuskctlmll tm-41111.
Bn-t you c.m't do it.
After thc usual Sophomore Pcriocl of Confusion,
the Class of 1956 quickly cstzihlishccl itsclf us an intc-
0 grail part of the scnior high school. Although some-
what hcwilclcrccl hy thcir new surroundings :incl such
unfamiliar subjects as Biology and Ccomctry, they
soon hccumc accustomccl to thcm zuicl hy the cncl of
the your ft-lt right at homc.
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. . . and this is the funnybone.
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The junior Varsity
Two for '1Qaneck.
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W Cabinet and officers ilHIDCQliL1tClj' undertook the pleas-
ant task of planning their long awaited junior Prom,
which was held in May. The purchase of class rings
, .I in the Spring hronght the senior year that much closer
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Officers and Advisers.
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Still caught up in the swarm of activities
which surround the senior year, we are a little
awed by the thought of graduation. Now, after
six years of growing up as a class. we are going
to separate. each going a different way-to col-
lege, work, or marriage. Throughout our lives
at Teaneck High, what has given us thc feeling
of belonging to a special group? Perhaps our
small size: only 297 in allg maybe it is because
we represent twenty-five years of Teaneck Higlfs
existence. Most likely it is our class history-
those many remembered events which belong to
us alone because they happened only to the
Class of '54.
The first time we entered Teaneck High as a
class was in june of sixth grade. when our gram-
mar school teachers took us for our first glimpse
of high school life. After marching through end-
less halls and classrooms. we were treated to
dixie cups in the cafeteria. Someone made a
speech. but We were so busy gobbling up the
free ice cream and jabbering away that we
scarcely listened or noticed all the other strange
kids who would someday be our best friends and
That September we entered a confused new
world, where stairways kept going the Wrong
way and classrooms disappeared mysteriously.
The first day. armfuls of registration forms
trailed our every step. But orientation was swift
and subtle. and soon we were repeating the stu-
dentls creed with the enthusiasm of a football
cheer: Ric. Rae. row. rowg 'il believe in honest
workfi XVe began to take for granted many
things which had first impressed us-our own
lockers. the hamsters. lunch buying in the cafe-
teria. The high cost of living was lower in those
last golden days of the eighteen-cent student
special. XYe bought the Te-Hi News by the copy
from hhawkersn in the halls. and invested our
life-savings in a Student Pass.
One year later we left the position of school
underdog to the greenhorn seventh graders and
assumed an air of Te-lli knowhow. The boys
began to make the junior High teams, the girls,
after great controversy with their parents, ap-
plied their first lipsticks. Parties were born, Fri-
day night movies were a must, with girls here-
boys there. The same seating arrangement held
at parties, at least until refreshment time, when
a bottle of Coke served three purposes: refresh-
ment, spinning, and deposit.
At last it came. XVe had arrived at the top to
enjoy traditional freshman privileges. Now we
learned the delicate arts of eating in study hall,
studying in lunch, and sleeping in class. Girls
mustered up courage, said "Hin to all the ath-
letes, and started going to the Friday night
movies again, this time with boys. Soccer and
basketball teams went undefeated, even the
cheerleaders won a trophy. That winter marked
the heyday of the enthusiastic but short-lived
junior Student Council Carnival. Boys, and girls'
clubs started then, too. Freshman picnic, awards,
and Honor Society brought the year successfully
to graduation. After a colorful pageant came our
Triumphal March, with the boys looking mature
in their new blue jackets, the girls trying to bal-
ance on first high heels.
That summer we tumbled to the bottom of the
senior high heap. It was terrible. The two dif-
ferent speeds of the Student's Creed clashed in
assembly. We were the smallest in the fracas of
changing classes. Te-Hi smog-from the combi-
nation of Chem lab and boys, "lounge,-hid the
route to the Aviation room. Feminine screams
from the Biology lab punctuated the steady throb
of typewriters and groans over geometry tests,
and no I. V. game cheer was ever so loud as the
roar which followed the smashing of a plate in
cafeteria. A plague of exams swept down in
january and june, but we all survived. In cele-
bration of our prowess we made the sophomore
picnic the first and last of its kind.
XVe roared into our junior year with an eager-
ness only slightly daunted by the record high in
homework. Battling Physics, Algebra, and precis-
writing, we focused our attention on the newly
organized Junior Class Cabinet. By now, there
was a neck-and-neck race between the Prom date
and the boys' seventeenth birthdays. Months of
enthusiastic planning and good, hard work cul-
minated in a glittering submarine garden. Last
minute decorators forgot their exhaustion to
crown the queen of the "Enchanted Seafi We
displayed our shiny class rings conspicuously,
hoping to be mistaken for the real seniors, who
paraded the halls sporting their graduation caps.
As we moaned over source themes, created
evil-smelling Chem messes, and endured the
pangs of hunger until 1:15, we found that the
life of a senior did include work! A few barn
dances in the jug's private steam bath, and the
cheerful Club ,54 produced by the Cabinet were
bright lights in the fall season of scholarship.
Not until exams were over did things really be-
gin to move. Meticulous prom plans were ex-
pertly handled by an experienced crew, the class
went continental with the theme "A Parisf, WVe
made a spectacular night of it: took in Teaneck,
New York, and the sunrise over the Hudson, and
lost nothing but sleep. After a short month of
crossword puzzles and relaxation came a journey
recorded forever in our memories and in our
teachers, grey hair-the WVashington trip. We
spent three days and two nights in our nation's
capital and it was fabulous. The wonder of it
all is that the trip really was educational. A rest-
ful haze of spring fever helped us catch up on
sleep lost during the hectic winter. The gay,
informal Senior Party and boat ride gave us
spurts of energy. College and job acceptances
arrived, new romance flourished, while we
drifted pleasantly along, finishing up odds and
ends of work, waiting for graduation. Finally, it's
all over - six long years of preparation, years
filled with new friendships, experiences and
ideas. Those six years are now behind us, and,
strangely enough, we have no regrets. Our fu-
ture lies before us, and we accept its challenge.
An Average Day
On the following pages we have endeavored to represent an
average clay in the life of a Teancck lligh School senior. We
have chosen Ron Battafaramo, president of the Class of '5-1. he-
cause we feel that you may hetter he ahle to identify yourself
with him and his average clay than any other single memher of
your class. .
As the day progresses we hope that you will fiml it more and
more similar to your own. and that these few pictures may recall
for you once again the work. fun and experiences which com-
prised your ayerage clay as a Teancck lligh School senior.
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Martin T. Abrams
17 Armory Place
11 125 Student Service 10,
Crew 10, 11. 125 StaEe
125 Hi-Way iPhoto-Ed.J
Club 105 Math Club
. . . he's
635 Palmer Avenue
Spanish Club 12.
One of Teaneck's quieter students,
but nevertheless one of its busiest
and most important . . . inany activ-
ities . . . Bruce's even temper and
cheerfulness are not to be denied
. . . girls and pop music head his
list of favorites . . . he is headed for
Lois Dorothy Andersen
626 Martense Avenue
Red Cross 105 Bowling Club 10.
Lois's outstanding characteristic is
her quiet manner . . . her frankness
and friendliness joins with it to
form a perfect companion for anyone
. . . would like to work for the Bell
Telephone Company next year . . .
considers her hobby of collecting
match covers a very interesting
351 Griggs Avenue
Te-Hi-News 10, 11, 125 Student
Council 10, 11, 125 C'1'reas.J, Little
Brown Iug fBd. Mgrs.J 11, 125 Hi-
Way 12, fCirculation Ed.J.
Mel has as many and varied facets
to her vivid personality as she has
good ideas under that short black
thatch . . . beware that impish
twinkle in her eye . . . idealist,
realist, she's paradoxical . . . in
short, a practical dreamer . . . al-
ways ready to lend one of her busy
hands . . . talented companion, loyal
ally, and wonderful friend.
274 Sherman Avenue
Hi-Way 11, 125 Class Cabinet 11,
125 Red Cross 10, 115 Te-Hi-News
125 Student Service 10, 11, 125 Stu-
dent Council 11.
Diminutive Gaye is a Te-Hi live
wire . . . has beautiful hair and
loves to skate . . . popular and
peppy, she admits a weakness for
sleek convertibles . . . invaluable
member of the Hi-Way literary staff
. . . a modeling career awaits her.
528 Sunderland Road
Football 10 ll, 125 Baseball 11,
125 Senior Class Cabinet 12.
Athletically-inclined "Alex" loves
music, especially in the form of a
"cool" jazz band . . . has a decided
weakness for "figures" . . . sharp
clothes and an unfailing sense of
humor will make him a college stand
"joanie," peppy and cute, with her
tiny nose and the pleasantries as-
sociated with a terrific personality
. . . will never forget the exciting
T.H.S. library . . . she's tiny but has
a big heart-ask anybody . . . will
enter the business world.
658 Linden Avenue
Rifle Club 10, 11, Library Council
"Andy" . . . forever ready for a
good time . . . has a personality that
has secured many friends for him-
self . . . popular music and baseball
provide a large part of his entertain-
ment . . . plans to enter the Marines.
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Gloria Ann Aquino
56 Irvington Road
"Glo" .simply glows with laughter
and happiness . . , spends most of
her time roller skating and reading,
her main interests . . . insincerity
her pet peeve . . . the pleasant
atmosphere of T.H.S. will highlight
the memories of this amiable secre-
343 johnson Accnue
Tennis ll, 12, Stage Crew 10, 11,
125 Operetta ll, 12g Marching Band
10, Spanish Club 124 Music Ap-
"lack" personifies the typical music-
lover in both the active and passive
respects . . . he is skilled at both
the uke and clarinet but also 9111025
just listening, especially to the classi-
cal variety . . . individuality . . .
aspires to become a politician after
graduating from Rutgers Law School.
343 YVinth1-op Road
Rifle Club 10g Library Council 10,
Hi-Y ll, 12, Operetta 11, 124 Hi-
Boating comprises both Ray's favorite
sport and his favorite hobby but only
one of his numerous talents . . . his
common sense has aided him in
many ways in school and undoubtedly
will continue to do so in his engi-
neering carecr . . . grows weak at
the sight of a pretty girl.
Herbert Arkin, Ir.
1369 Academy Lune
Rifle Club 11 fRange Officerj, tSec'yJ,
tTreas.7, Spanish Club 12.
"Herb" entered T.H.S. in the 10th
grade and has been a valuable
member of our class ever since . . .
possessor of a scientific and mathe-
matical mind . . . his one big de-
sire is to travel around the world
. . . hotography and hunting make
his life an interesting one.
Richard E. Ashman
936 Darien Terrace
Track 10, Soccer 11, 12g Hi-Y 11,
12, Rifle Club 10.
Blond, blue-eyed "Dick" can take a
joke with the best of 'em . . . ex-
hibits a sincerity and compatibility
not often seen . . . a participant in
his favorite sport, soccer . . . when a
pretty girl smiles, catch him before
he faints . . . in other words, that's
his weakness . . . college.
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1298 Hastings Street
Hi-Y 11, 12, Student Council 10,
12, fPres.J, Student Service 10, 115
Football ll, 12g Basketball 10, 11,
12, Baseball 10, 11, 12, Class
Cabinet 11, 12.
Soft spoken, pcrsevering, intelligent,
athletic . . . a combination of these
traits result in an outstanding person
. . . "Liv" possesses them all . . .
Student Council President . . . enjoys
all sports and opular music . . .
sure to be a college success.
Mary Elizabeth Appell
80 Cedar Lane
Bowling Club 125 Tc-Ili
Art Service Squad 10, 12
Five plus Two" dixieland aggregate
. . . thc interest which
Brooks" expresses in pain ing, writ-
ing, and bowling
tility . . . lovely
. . . college ahead.
most about T.H.S. is the
The thing "Mary" will remember
proves her versa-
long blonde hair
1615 Ardsley Drive
Hg-Way Circulation 12, Girl's League
As cute and as blond as they come
. . . "Lee" possesses a wonderful
smile . . . at the peak of her enjoy-
ment when at a Teaneck High School
football games . . . roller skating and
dancing highlight her hobbies . . .
goes for soft and sentimental music.
835 Red Road
11, 12 Little
11, 123 Hi-
10, 11, 12.
charm and delicate beauty
allied with this holder
Key . . . intellectually
and the ballet hold
. dedicated editor-
Te-Hi News . . .
. talented Ba-
is sure to be well-liked by any-
she comes into contact with.
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E. Ross Bassett
316 West Englewood Avenue
10, 11 tVice Pri-5.3, 12 CPres.Jg
Brown jug QV. Pres.J 115 Soc-
asketball 10, 11, 12,
1, 12, Student Service
Class Cabinet 11.
President, high-ranking student,
star athlete, Ross is famed for
versatility . . . also recognized
being gentlemanly, industrious,
tempered . . . delegate to
last year . . . outside
his athletic interests run
Harvey Bruce Baron
430 Kensington Road
QV. Baseball ll, Art Editor of lli-
Vay 12, Art Service Squad 12.
They say "Harv" was born with a
paint brush in his hand . . . the
validity of that is questionable but
it is true that this swell guy is a
great artist . . . he also enjoys popu-
lar music and baseball . . . a positive
success in the art Held.
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Ronald G. Battafarano
84 Park Avenue
Class Cabinet 11, 12 fPres.jg Student
Service 10, 11, 12, Assembly Com-
mittee 10, 11, 12, Football 10, 11,
12, Track 10, 11, 125 Biology Club
10, Student Council 10, 11.
"Batty" . . . rotund president of the
class of '54 . . . a real character, he
combines boundless energy, fabulous
wit, and ability to make people like
him, into a wonderful, sincere per-
sonality . . . finds time between
his many activities to hold down
center on the football team.
1155 Kensington Road
Student Council 12, Hi-XVay QCircu-
lation Staffj 12.
Although new to Teaneck this year,
Letty has made many friends through
her humility, generosity, and cheer-
ful nature . . . enjoys reading and
listening to music in the classical
vein . . . plans on a career in
chemistry after college.
Karen Ann Barthelson
52 Church Street
Hi-Way 12, Tri-Hi-Y 11, 12, Tri-C
10, Student Service 10, 12, Art Serv-
ice Squad 10, 11, 12, Girls League
10, 11, 12.
Sincere friendliness marks mild-
natured Karen . . . Football, jazz,
and summers at "Pocono Crest" rate
high . . . her outstanding art ability,
appreciated by all, will carry her far
in the future . . . a levelheadcd and
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Barbara Shirley Baum
202 East Fort Lee Road
Friendliness and an infectious laugh
characterize this small, blue-eyed
miss . . . talkative Barbara likes to
dance, swim, and knit . . . has a
special weakness for food and clothes.
7:25 A. lf.
Marian Ann Baumbach
677 Ramapo Road
Tri-C 10, Sports Club 105 Student
Service 10, ll, 12, Tri-Ili-Y 11, 12
CTreas.D, Leader's Club ll lTreas.l.
12 fSeL-'ylg Hockey, Yolley Ball, Bas-
ketball, Softball 10, ll, 12.
Marian, in her sweet, quiet Way, is
one of our outstanding seniors. Ac-
tive in both clubs and sports, her
sincere personality appeals to all.
She will always remember her ex-
perience in the Driver Education
Theodore YV. Beiderwieden III
511 Claremont Accnue
Student Service 10, ll, 12, Play-
crafters 10, 11, Te-Ili News 10.
European-make sports cars and classi-
cal music attract the interest of
brown-haired Ted . . . listens to
melodies from his own collection of
L. P.'s . . . seeks in his tritnds pos-
session of a sense of humor, honesty.
and courtesy . . . college to follow
in the fall.
Martha S. Baxter
613 lVinthrop Rand
Cirls' Lea ue 10 11 1" Hi VVn
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12, Choir 12, Class Cabinet 12,
Future Teachers Qllec, Sv-c'y.D 12.
Blond, blue-eyed "Marty" is one of
our cutest seniors . , . Owns weak-
nesses for both corn on the cob and
the blues . . . A wonderful person-
ality and an unmatched naturalness
make her extremely popular . . .
Lilyan T. Belinky
609 South Forest Driu'
Student Council 10, Riding Club 10,
Senior Class Cabinet 12, Girls
1.1-.igue 10, 11, 12, Senior Choir ll,
Attractixe 'tLil" is blessed with big
blue cus and a bvautilul ligure . . .
an infectious laugh and sweet dis-
position add to her charm . . . pos-
sesses a weakness for Pontiac con-
vertibles . . . her varied talents point
to an exciting future.
Albina Cumee Beggs
132 Cranford Place
Red Cross 11, 12 KV. Pres.jg Travel
Club ll, 12, Bowling Club 11, Tri-
Petite, brown-eyed "Abby" has b0au-
tiful red hair . . . friendly and
likeable . . . has devoted many hours
to working for the Red Cross . . .
especially adept at skating and
swimming, she is an all-around good
sport . . . college awaits,
Gisela Anne Benecke
95 Edgemont Place
Te-Hi News 10, 11, 12, Playcrafters
10, 11, 12, Girls League 10, 11, 12,
Tri-Hi-Y 12: Hi-Way 12, Little
Bgown lug 123 Class Cabinet 11,
Lively "Giz" is the possessor of a
charming smile and captivating dim-
ples . . . her three loves-Dixieland,
Italian food, and Sea Girt, N. I.
occupy most of her leisure moments
. . . friendliness and a good person-
ality are sure to help her in college.
384 ll'aru.'iek Aceiiur'
lfrencli Club ll, 12 ll'rvs.l, Student
Council ll, 12, Gills l.r.igue 12.
Soft-spoken, conscientious, and
charming . . . shc-'s always a lady,
this versatile young miss . . . dimples
may be her pet ps-eve, but on
"Judie" they're just right . . . friends
and honors too numerous to mention
. . . college co-ed next year.
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132 Fairview Avenue
Our gain is New Yorkls loss, to coin
a phrase, but an appropriate one . : .
Elaine has a quiet and sweet dis-
position which kinda' grows on 'ya
. . . has every attribute necessary
for success in the secretarial
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acti e in in par-
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James E. Bergholt
1128 Sussex Road
Hi-Y 11, 12, Student Service 11,
123 Physics Club 11, Recreation
basketball 10, 11, Intramural Basket-
ball 10, 11' Math Club 125 Drafting
Club 10, cuss citbimt 11, 12.
"jim" . . . boundless school spirit
. . . dixieland, blondes, preferably
a combination of the two, drive him
'crazy" . . . conceals a talent in
art within his lanky 6' 2" frame
. . . future engineer.
Jane Kathryn Bertinatti
378 Hickory Street
Tri-C 105 Girls League 10, 11, 12,
Twirling Club 10, 11, 12 tPrcs3g
Twirler in band 10, 11 tCapt.D, 1 g
tDrum Majorcttejg Hi-VVay 11, 12g
Tri-Hi-Y 11, 12, Class Cabinet 12.
Popular "jane" is pretty, friendly,
and abounds in class spirit . . . one
of our most active and talented
twirlers, she is leader of the maior-
ettes this year . . . enjoys dancing,
playing the piano, and swimming
. . . business school is next.
Trudy Faith Bems
819 Red Road
Art Service Squad 10, 11, 12 CSec'ylg
Girls League 10, 11, 12, Riding
Club 10, 11.
This aspiring artist is noted for her
large green eyes and long dark lashes
. . . loves Italian food and Italian
haircuts . . . football and jazz also
rate high . . . "Tru" looks for sin-
cerity and kindheartedness in others,
two traits which also characterize her,
507 Sunderland Road
Library Council 12, Physics Club
125 Tennis Team 11, 12.
Individuality highlights A'Pcte's" per-
sonality . . . checrfulness adds to his
already lengthy list of admirable
traits . . . all of which insures suc-
cess in his medical career . . . a two
year member of our successful ten-
Virginia Lee Bishop
857 Garrison Avenue
Library Council 11, 12, Te-Hi News
10 11 12
"Cinny's" interests lie principally in
the field of journalism, a field in
which she hopes to succeed . . .
finds joy also in horseback riding
and collecting old records . . . a
sweet and unassuming manner is
hers, as is an active school spirit.
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More Wheaties, Mom.
961 Teaneck Road
Rifle Club 10.
Neal spends most of his time with
his car, either driving it or working
on it . . . plans to drive out West
this summer . . . good-looking, sharp
dresser, easy- oing . . . loves Italian
food, especially ravioli.
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lane Ann Bolte
- - 57 Van Buren Avenue
Te-Hi News 10, 11, 125 Student Serv-
ice 10, 125 Playcrafter 11, 12g Hi-
Way 125 Travel Club 10, 11, 12.
Talented "Janie" excels in anything
which requires use of her writing
and musical ability . . . various
awards for sailing and scholarship
. . . an active Senior, this college-
bound red-head admires vivaciousness
in her many friends.
George A. Bogert, Jr.
100 Walnut Street
Student Service 10, 11 12' Soccer
10, ll, 124 Hi-Y 11, 12. N. Pres.J.
As one of Teaneck's most outstand-
ing boys, "Bo" would like to be re-
membered for his mop haircut . . .
fullback on the soccer team, he con-
siders it his favorite sport, but en-
joys all others, too . . . dislikes
people who are constantly forgetting
1659 Ardsley Court
Hi-Y 11, 123 Intramural Basketball
10, 115 Basketball 12.
"Bill's" character is exemplified by
his extremely capable, yet unassum-
ing work on the basketball squad
this year . . . one of the most val-
uable team men in many a year . . .
easily spotted by his height and crew
cut . . . his aim is to succeed in
204 Elm Avenue
Han'y's flashing grin is his trade-
mark and none can match it for
sheer friendliness and sincerity . . .
as generous as they come, he takes
keen interest in cars and just hav-
ing a good time . . . a great guy
to know and to be with.
Thomas R. Bom
31 Beveridge Road
Three words sum up the estima-
tion of many people concerning
"Bob" . . . a terrific guy . . . al-
ways grepared for a witty come-
back, is fine build and curly hair
are both readily spotted . . . plans
to do telephone work after gradua-
tion . . . antagonized by a con-
Edward J. Brady
321 Queen Anne Road
Football 10, 11.
"Irish Ed" claims that someday he
will he driving n car that never runs
out of gas . . . can rarely be found
in the hall without that Brady grin
on his face . . . his fine sense of
humor accounts for that . . . dis-
likes someone who thinks too highly
of himself . . . a working man.
174 log Lane
"jack" is one of the welcomed new
additions to our class this year . . .
has already proven himself as quite
a sharp dresser . . . well built and
athletic, he claims that his favorite
siport is basketball . . . future in-
Roberta C. Botyos
771 Stelton Street
Girls Sports 10g Red Cross Club
10, 12g Hi-Way Representative 12.
Attractive "Bert" will undoubtedly
be remembered for her crazy laugh
. . . however, her beautiful black
hair is also outstanding . . . gains
much enjoyment from piano playing,
painting, and reading and also from
that one particular boy . . . detests
conceit in any form.
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1-130 Lozier Place
Red Cross 10. 11, Sports Club 10,
Library Council 10, 11, 12, Riding
Club 10, 11, Basketball 10, lloekey
10, Softball 10.
Bubbling personality and what a
sense ot humor! . . . laughing. blue-
eyed Cathy is deadly with a basket-
ball and likes all sports, especially
swimming . . . to attend business
school is her goal.
Kenneth Peter Brown
1374 Academy Lane
Hi-Y 12, Te-lli News 10, 11, Stu-
dent Service iLieut.Q 11, Student
Council 10, 11, junior Class Cabi-
Tall, friendly Ken is well known for
his modesty and consideration for
othersk. . . hunting and basketball
rate high . . . he will always remem-
ber the fun he's had in '1'.H.S ....
headed for college.
1430 Lozicr Place
Recreation Basketball 10.
Amiahle, easy-going "I, B." has an
unfailing sense of humor and he
really knows when to use it . . .
his interests are of a wide variety,
including sports, instrumental music,
Italian food, and particularly ears
. . . will work after graduation.
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Russell N. Brummer
975 Garrison Avenue
Hi-Y 10, 11, 12 CHistorianJ,
dent Council 10, 11 QV. Pres.J, Stu-
dent Service 10, 11, Class Cabinet
11 4Pres.l, 12 LV. l'res.Jg Basketball
10, 11, 12, Tennis 10, 11, 12.
An overwhelming success in anything
he attempts . . . wide spread popu-
larity and athletic skill make tall,
handsome "Russ" one of our most
outstanding seniors . . . equally at
home on either the tennis or basket-
ball court, he has innumerable
awards for both . . . all-around abil-
ity insures his success in college.
Dominick A. Bruno
10-32 Phelps Road
One of the real live wires of the
class, "Dom" can keep anyone hyster-
ical with his quick repartee and bag
of tricks . . . has dozens of nick-
names, in fact everyone has a dif-
ferent one for him . . . always happy
and laughing . . . a pleasure to be
5-34 Standish Road
Baseball 11, 12 fNIgr.Hg Hi-Y 11,
125 Student Service 10, 11, 12,
Stage Crew 10, 11, 12, Biology
Club 10g Student Council 12.
One of the foremost contributors to
Teaneck lliglfs extra-curricular pro-
gram . . . active in sports as one of
the fine baseball managers, "Ierry"
is a great talker and lover of photog-
raphy . . . impressed by the free-
dom granted Teaneck students.
Joyce Mary Brown
144 Sherwood Avenue
"Ioyeia" has added a good deal of
sincerity and talent to the humble
surroundings of '1'.H.S. ever since her
late arrival here . . . impressed by
Teaneek's friendliness . . . skilled in
many fields-art, dancing, singing,
et al . . . sports-minded also.
7:45 A. ll.
953 East Lawn Drive
Red Cross 10, 12, Girls League 10,
11, 12, Lihrary Council 12,
"Bobbie" is Irish and proud of it
. . . a quick smile and warm per-
sonality have paid off as shown by
her many companions . . . her weak-
nesses are comprised of pizza pie
and Rock Hudson . . . will enter
the secretarial field.
85 Cherry Lane
Cheerleaders 10, ll, 124 Class Cab-
inet 11, 12 qsedyhs Tri-H1-Y 11-
12 tHistorianJg Tri-C 105 Student
Service 10, 11, Choir 10, 11. 125
Te-Hi News 10, 11, 12, Hi-WHY
Blond, vivacious "Judy" is one of
T.H.S.s cheerleaders and secretaa' of
both the Junior and Senior lass
Cabinets . . . figure and personality
are only two of her assets . . . one
of the class' most popular girls.
Richard joseph Callaway
295 Briarcliffe Road
Student Council 10, 11, 12, Hi-Y 10,
11, 12, CCounty Treas.Jg Soccer 10,
11, 12, QCO-Capt.Jg Baseball 11, 125
Student Service 12g Hi-Way Literary
Well-liked and versatile, "Dick" is
one of our most successful boys, both
scholastjcally and athletically . . .
very notorious as a fast talker, he
combines frankness, capability, and
umiability into a well-rounded per-
sonality . . . a Guy Lombardo fan
. . . will attend Yale next fall.
Marie Amelia Caggiano
37 Elmer Placa XV E
Humorous "Re" is really a loyal
and amiable friend the kind that
everyone seeks . . , also is the owner
of beautiful eyes . . . a roller skat
in fan of the first order she natu
ra y chooses roller derby as her
favorite sport . . . will become an
1 to If .- r-.w.,, f'
1511 Jefferson Street
Soccer 11, 12, Rifle Club 105 Stage
Crew 10, Operetta 11, 125 Hi-Y 11,
12 fSec'yjg Student Service 11, 12,
Music Appreciation Club 11, 12,
Class Cabinet 12.
Tall, good-looking "Ken" enjoys
classical music, yachting, and girls
. . . will remember most of all
his participation in the operettas, in
which he excelled . . . valuable mem-
ber of many activities . . . intends
to go to college after graduation.
Angela J. Capasso
209 Shvlmrcl Avenue
Basketball 10, ll.
Amiable, dark eyed ".-Xiigii-" will
pursue a clerical profession after
graduation . . . she will always re-
member the football games at T.H.S.
. . . Chinese food and a good sense
of humor in others are also tops
William T. Burkhardt
1092 Katherine Street
Student Council 11, Student Service
"Bill's" interest in working on cars
and motor boats gives him a fine
background for his eng' ering
career . . . as
periods . .
657 Ramapo Road
Tri-C 10 CSec'yJg Tri-Hi-Y 11, 12g
Basketball 10, Student Service 105
Travel Club 11, 12, Class Cabinet
ll, 12, Girls League 10g Library
Council 11, 12.
Good-natured "Meri" claims a weak-
ness common to many girls, con-
vertibles . . . noted for her sense
of humorg she in turn looks for the
same thing in her acquaintances . . .
horseback riding, dancing, and swim-
ming . . . her amiability will be a
great asset in the institution of her
Ann Elizabeth Cappadona
3-34 Barr Avenue
Red Cross Club 10, 11, 12.
Petiteness and big brown eyes dis-
tinguish this well-liked Senior . . .
her clothes add to the charming pic-
ture . . . roller skating rates high,
as do baseball and the latest hit
records . . . will make a hit in the
Martin Lanny Cohen
566 Sunderland Road
Te-Hi News 12, Senior Class Cabinet
12, Rifle Club 10, Hi-Way 12, In-
tramural Basketball 12.
Compatibility as the highlight of a
fine personality goes to make "Marty"
the wonderful person that he is . . .
expresses the feelings of many in
disliking sneak tests and homework
. . . a real anti-Dodger Yankee fan
1 il. hopes to attend Rutgers in the
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David N. Carver
526 Martcnse Avenue
Student Service 10, ll, Hi-Y 11, 12,
Intramural Basketball 10, 11, 12.
As fine a companion as they come
. . . "Dave" is blessed with the abil-
ity tc do a little of anything in
everything . . . active in all sports,
he also spends quite a bit of time
with music and cars . . . will study
business in college.
520 Teaneck Road
Student Service 10, 11, 12, Sports'
Club 10 QPres.j, Leaders, Club 11,
12 CPres.J- Tri-C 10, Tri-Hi-Y 11
tTreas.J 12, Marching Band 10, 11,
Above everything else, "jan" will
never forget the day that her pearls
broke during a pep assembly . . .
a music and sports lover of the first
order . . . unsophisticated people
are especially appreciated by this
popular blond . . . will become a
physical education teacher.
Karole Joyce Cassese
222 Vandelinda Avenue
Senior Cabinet 12, Student Coun-
cil 10, Student Service 10, 11, 12,
Girls' League 10, Playcrafters 10,
Te-Hi News 12, Tri-Hi-Y 11, 12,
Cute Karole is to be remembered
for her scrupulous neatness and
tailored look . . . five foot two and
eyes of blue . . . what's next for
this pert lover of clothes and humor?
. . . a Florence Nightingale career.
Mollie Ann Christodora
641 Tcancck Road
Red Cross 10, 12, Girls League 10,
12, Library Council 10, 12.
"Mollie" . . . attractive and gay
. . . finds pleasure in pizza pie and
collecting records . . . a devoted
Julius LaRosa fan . . . a truer friend
cannot be found . . . will make a
8:15 A. M.
Wish I had a car.
418 Rutland Avenue
YVrestling 10, 11, 12, Hi-Y 12,
Class Cabinet ll LV. Presb.
T.H.S. shall never forget "The Little
Greek" or his chariot . . . his sense
of humor and sparkling personality
are characteristics that will make him
popular forever . . . another terrific
wrestler from the Comas clan . . .
peeved by people who call his car a
Marcella Helen Constantine
85 Van Arsdale Road
Intramural Basketball 105 Travel
Club 11, 12.
VVith one word-dancing-we can
sum up Marcella's hobhy, pastime,
and even future . . . she just loves
to dance, that's all . . . her quick
smile and big brown eyes provide
her with many partners . . . loves
to see a boy in uniform.
Vivian Ruth Cumins
722 Chestnut Avenue
Girls League 10, 11, 12, Te-Hi News
Advertising 11, Red Cross 10.
"Viv" is a very attractive girl-to
say the least . . . a captivating smile
and natural-wavy brown hair are two
attributes which bring about this
conclusion .- . . her pet peeve is
sarcasm . . . loves cashmere sweaters
. . . enjoys many sincere friendships.
Elaine Joyce Constantian
45 Monterey Avenue
Rifle Club 105 Red Cross 10.
"Stretch" . . . 4' 10" of fun and
laughs . . . enjoys long phone con-
versations, driving, and people with
a sense of humor . . . pet peeve?
. . . hoys taller than she can reach
. . , cowboy songs are among her
favorites . . . college will precede
239 Schley Place
"Inc" is one of the most popular
among the many newcomers to Tea-
neck . . . anyone so sincere and
modest cannot escape popularity . . .
a possessor of one of the most fabu-
lous physiques seen in Teaneck in
many a day . . . lists swimming and
gymnastics among his favorite sports
. . . engineer-to-be.
james M. D'Aleo
756 Hartwell Street
Track 10, 11, 125 Cross-Country 11
A well-liked and unassuming senior,
"jim" is at his best when he's run-
ning, either on the cinders or on
the cross-country course . . . a
determined nature is an extremely
admirable trait of his . . . his favor-
ite hobby is easily deep-sea fishing
. . . engineering.
Richard R. Danielson
531 North Forest Drive
Hi-Y 10, 11, 12 Ctreas.D5 Soccer 10,
11, 125 Wrestling 10, 11, 125 Bio-
logy Club 105 Student Service 10,
15, 125 Track 115 Class Cabinet 11,
Ability in a great number of fields
is in the possession of this out-
standing senior . . . a high class
rating and achievement in wrestling
and soccer exemplify his versatility
as both a scholar and an athlete
. . . has a story for every occasion.
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109 Griggs Avenue
Girls League 105 Student Service 11,
125 Class Cabinet 11, 125 Play-
crafters 10, 11, 125 Hi-Way 125
Student Council 10, 11, 12 QSec'y.J
Dark haired Nora possesses a fine
Speaking voice and a vivacious per-
sonality . . . her wonderful school
spirit and her naturally curly hair
are definitely outstanding . . .
foreign born, she sees a radio job
in the future.
Catherine Delores Cronin
571 Kipp Street
German Club 10, 1Treas.J 11, CV.
Pres.J 125 Tri-Hi-Y 11, 125 Tri-C
105 Student Service 10, 11, 125
Travel Club 12.
Dancing, camping, and skating fill
every unoccupied moment in the life
of this sincere, warm-hearted senior
. . . "Cathy" is the owner of a
lovely smile and pretty green eyes
. . . willingness and ambition are
two attributes which will insure suc-
cess as a secretary.
187 Van Buren Avenue
Tri-C 105 Tri-Hi-Y 11, 125 Girls
League 10, 11, 25 Hi-Way 11, 12.
Petite Jill has beautiful shiny, black
hair . . . her charming personality
and beautiful clothes are well known
and admired . . . full of pep and
vitality . . . she will pursue nursing
as a career.
X 311 Qmwi Anni' Ilnml
, 4-' Foothall 10, 11, 12.
, KM, "Ronnie" coli-.itlers his best asset
to be his Irish liluotl . . . a standout
. end onkthe football team, he is
Q X known tor- his great appetite . . .
U always eatiinl, whether in class, at
home, or in the cafeteria . , . picks
Q a good ideal in Marilyn Monroe.
Daryl J. Deleau
536 Tilzlun Avenue
Rifle Club 10, 12.
The "Great Outdoors" occupies most
of Daryl's time, with his interest in
hunting, fishing, and guns . . .
quiet and sincere, he possesses a
fine, scientific mind . . . enjoys the
classics in music and hopes to study
business in college.
18 Grayson Place
Student Service 10, 11, 12, Girls
League 10, 12, Hi-WVay 12,
Ian is one of 1954's cutest products
. . . last year's Iunior Prom Queen
- - - her D0pular1ty is matched only
by her neat appearance, warm smile,
and beautiful clothes . . . college
Joyce Elaine Dobos
301 Fyckc Lane
Red Cross 104 German Club 10, 11
CProgram Committeelg Student Serv-
ice 10, 1l, 12, Tri-Hi-Y 11, 125
German Club 12, 4Sec'yJ, Travel
joyce's future plans feature an edu-
cation at a dress designing school
. . . her pony tail, considerate na-
ture, and genuine cheerfulness are
john j. Deyst, Jr.
278 YViIIou: Street
Student Sm-rxiee ll. 123 Student
Council 10, 115 Class Cabinet 12,
Football 10, ll, C2errnan.Club 10,
114 Ili-Y 12, Math Club 12.
"Jack" is a day-dreamer of the first
order, with jane Russell his primary
subject . . . has .1 fine personality
and a ready smile . . . very active
in school, he tries to haxe fun in all
he does . . . will never forget his
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joan Marie Dietrich
190 Oakdenz' Avenue
Tri-C 10, Tri-lli-Y 11, Red Cross
10, Hi-YVay 10, 12 rCirculation
?aaffi.7CLiterary Staffjg Girls' League
A shapely figure and a warm person-
ality add to ".l0an's" attractiveness
. . . has an affinity for swimming,
movies, and driving . . . will always
remember the great times she's had
in school . . . has all the qualifi-
cations of a good secretary.
really appreciated by all . . . has
memories of just ahout everything at
T. H. S., especially the halls and
Robert T. Dodd, Ir. '
30 Dohrmann Avenue
Biology Club 10, Physics Club
CV. Pre-s.J ll, Rifle Club 11, 12,
Senior Band 10, 11, 12.
A top-notch cornetist and a devout
outdoorsman, "Bob" is among the
most intelligent in the class . . .
particularly active in scientific work,
he has won awards for his work in
conservation . . . certainly he lives
a varied and interesting life . . .
will attend Cornell.
8:26 A. M.
Second floor bull session.
Paul D. Dorsen
807 Penn Avenue
Little Brown Iug 10, 11, 12.
Serious yet friendly, Paul looks for-
ward to a life of Missionary service
. . . known for his earnest, kindly
Eersonality . . . plays hannonica . . .
'kes to be with people.
29 jasper Avenue
Brooklyn-born, Sylvia considers the
girls' room her most lasting impres-
sion of T.H.S .... piano playing
and reading fill her spare time . . .
a sarcastic teacher finds no favor in
her eyes . . . success follows in a
Evelyn K. Eggleston
556 Oritani Place
Senior Band 10, 115 Te-Hi News
135 Student Service 125 Travel Club
"Ev" will be remembered chiefly
for her "hot rod" car as well as her
pleasant personality . . . shows def-
inite tendencies toward West Point
men-as long as they aren't conceited
. . . has many friends . . . business
Robert G. Eifert
91 Sherman Avenue
Intramural Basketball 10, 11, 12.
"Eif's" 6' 5" frame makes him one
of the most easily spotted seniors
. . . driving either in golf or in a
car, is his favorite pastime . . . Tony
Bennett fan . . . college is the next
undertaking for this blond skyscraper.
Harold W. Feuchter
1115 Emerson Avenue
780 Grange Road
Playcrafters 10, 115 Girls' League
Laughs and the world laughs with
her . . . this talented actress, with
flowing tresses, and a yen for long
Rhone calls plans to be a denta
ygienist . . . "jackie" . . . admirer
of sincerity and wit, she presents the
ultimate of these traits.
Hi-Y 10, 11, 125 Te-Hi News 11,
125 Biology Club 10, fSec'yJ5 Phy-
sics Club 11, 1Pres.75 Little Brown
Lug 125 Student Council 11, 125
hotosraphy Club 10, LPres.J5 Stu-
dent ervice 11, 125 Band 105 Class
"Candid" Hal's specialty is taking
unsuspected pictures . . . under that
sharp wit and pungent repartee lies
a friendly and sympathic personality
. . . this tall photographer is an in-
valuable Te-Hi News editor . . .
active in relation with Brown Iu
. . . he thinks his wide circle 01
friends his best asset.
Gerard Michael Faeth
125 Howland Avenue
Football 11, 125 Wrestling 11, 125
Track 11, 12.
One of our outstanding athletes . . .
one of the most feared tackles in
the county, Jerry has been a tremen-
dous asset to Teaneck football . . .
characterized by his build and his
"great thirst" . . . hasn't an enemy
in the world.
Ann F itzer
546 Beverly Road
modern Dancing 115 Playcrafters 11,
Brown eyed Ann is Long Island's
gift -to Teaneck . . . artistically and
musically eminent, painting and gc-
cordion playing occupfy much of this
lass time . . . the uture leads to
A designing career.
232 Elm Avenue
Class Cabinet 125 Te-Hi News 11,
125 Hi-Way 12.
"Terry," truly one of Teaneck?
friendliest . . . cute, good sense of
humor, natural wavy brown hair . . .
dancing rates high while convertibles
and food are her admitted weak-
nesses . . . ambitions begin with
121 Chadwick Road
Student Council 125 Football 10, ll,
A thatch of red hair is the trade
mark of this happy-go-lucky football
player . . . a true spurtsman, "Red"
also enjoys camlping and hiking . . .
a lover of the c assical style of music
. . . college.
Kit I. Galbraith
1077 Cambridge Road
Student Service 10, 115 Junior
Classical League 105 Student Council
11, 125 junior Cabinet 115 Biology
Club 105 Little Brown jug 11,
LTreas.l 12, CSec'y.J.
Science talent and keen intellectual
curiosity are major factors in the
unique personality of this outstand-
ing senior . . . a subtle sense of
humor . . . a weakness for crew
cuts, and a love of good music are
the trademarks of this future palaeon-
Eleanor Ann Freund
94 Blauoclt Street
Tri-C 105 Playcrafters 10, ll, 125
Girls League 11, 125 Twirling Club
10, 115 Hi-VVay 125 Class Cabinet
125 Student Service 10, 11, 125
Blond, blue-eyed "El" is a Dean
Martin fan of the first order . . .
very active in school activities . . .
she especially enjoys swimming, rid-
ing and watching the T.H.S. foot-
ball RBIHES . . , she is irritated by con-
ceited people . . . a Wann personal-
ity insures her success in college.
Alice A. Gaggs
291 James Street
"Giggles" is never quite satisfied
with herself and constantly strives
to become better . . . however, little
improvement can he made on her
sense of humor or sympathetic nature
. . . both are tops . . . her ideal is to
be liked by everyone.
Noel F ricke
836 Williams Avenue
Student Council 115 Student Serv-
ice 115 Hi-Y 125 Tennis 11, 125
Intramural Basketball 10, 11, 12.
"Frick', hasn't an enemy in the
world . . . no one with so many ad-
mirable traits possibly could . . .
an incomparable subtlety in his
humor and ability to take a joke in
return make him exceedingly popu-
lar . . . soft blue eyes set female
hearts aflutter . . . a real basketball
lover, bound for Niagara U.
Peter G. Friedman
1125 YV. Laurelton Parkway
Hi-Y, 10. ll, 1125 Football 125
Wrestling 10, ll, 12 Ceo-capt.l.
Athletic ability, a burning desire to
win, intelligence, and a great love of
Dixieland mark this outstanding sen-
ior . . . wrestling co-captain and
football end . . . has held many of-
fices and won many honors . . .
"Black Pete" has two great assets
in his determination and tenacity
. . . college bound.
' 8:34 A. M.
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Lester H. Gallant
556 Maitland Aceune
Playcrafters 105 Student Service 10,
125 Football 11, 12.
"xg" . . . what compatibility this
g -looking guy possesses . . . has
an obvious weakness for the blond
haired females . . . tends toward the
semi-classical side of the music
ledger . . . a football man he
nevertheless favors baseball and the
Yanks . . . college.
201 Elm Avenue
"Chick" hopes to join the Coast
Guard after graduation . . . cars
occupy much of his spare time . . .
finds Miss Allen's History Classes
hard to forget . . . swimming and
football are the favorite sports of this
Joan Anne Gassmann
678 Cornwall Avenue
Student Service 10, 115 Girls League
10, 11. 125 Student Council 105
Class Cabinet 115 Hi-Way 12.
Pert "Ioanie" is a bundle of person-
ality and fun . . . collects "torch"
records and dixieland "blues" . , . a
tall, handsome boy who can dance
answers all her wishes . . . a flue
secretarial prospect . . . "such is
James G. Gilbert
1343 Trafalgar Street
Hi-Way 12 tEd.-in-Chiefj' Te-Hi
News 10, 11, 12 fSports Ed.l5 Hi-Y
11, 12 CCO-Hist.j5 Student Service
10, 11, 125 Soccer 10, ll, 125 ln-
tramural Sports 10, 11, 12.
Seldom does a person do more in
one year for his school than "jim"
has done this year . . . possessor of
a fabulous writing ability, great am-
bition, and also a subtle, yet keen
wit which has made him an out-
standing personality . . . active in
student government throughout the
Donald A. Goellner
691 Linden Avenue
Hi-Y 10, 11, 12 fChaplainJ5 Baseball
11, 125 Hi-Way 12 CLiterary Ed.J5
Student Council 10, 115 Student
Service 105 Drafting Club 105 Ger-
Tifinlglub 115 Intramural Sports 10,
Words just cannot describe our
"Red" . . . an outstanding student
and leader . . . popularity comes
naturally . . . a deep sense of respon-
sibility hidden by his ready smile
and evidenced by thc conspicuously
fine quality of his work in all en-
deavors . . . a talented accordion
player and second baseman . . .
headed for a career in engineering.
George H. Gelb
1274 North Strand
Rifle Club 105 Stage Crew 10' Stu-
tiltint Service 125 Hi-Way 125 Soccer
Good natured George possesses a
fine personality which has won many
friends for him . . . science, sports,
and his many activities leave him
little free time . . . ho es to further
his education at
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Lilyan E. Gold
117 Bedford Avenue
Red Cross Club 115 Modern Dance
Straightforward and understanding,
with dark eyes and hair . . . "Lil"
loves all music from "Lohengrin" to
Lombardo but "be-bop" drives her
insane . . . dislikes people who put
on superior attitudes . . . business
awaits this personable lass who is
sure to be a success.
Carmen M. Goldsmith
276 Grove Street
Student Service 10, 11, 125 Student
Council 10, 125 Girls League 10, 11
1Treas.J 125 Cheerleader 115 Play-
crafters 105 Class Cabinet 12 tTreas.J.
Continental charm is the keynote to
CHflI1l'l1,S personal magnetism . . .
this pert blue-eyed blond is admired
for her quiet sincerity . . . intel-
lpcfual curiosity and linguistic ability
are combined in this familiar figure
121 Stuyvesant Road
Slow and thoughtful, "Hank" is one
of our newer students, having moved
to Teaneck from Bergenfield mid-
way thru the junior year . . '. likes
cars, guns and hunting . . . considers
food his main weakness . . . will
work after graduation.
691 Camnerdown Road
Red Cross 10, Sports Club 115
Leaders Club 115 Travel Club 115
Playcrafters 125 Library Council 125
Girls League 10, 11, 12.
Sheila . . . beautiful green eyes . . .
this friendly lass has a mania for
horse-back riding and jazz . . . gos-
sipers find no place in her list of
favorites . . . the Washington trip
will remain a fond memory long
after her high school and college
days are over.
457 Rutland Avenue
Girls League 105 Tri-lli-Y 11, 125
Student Serviu' 10, 11, 125 Tvelli
Ni-us 124 l'l.1yt-iuiltvrs l0.1Nlzikr'-iiplg
Senior Calminet 125 junior Cabinet
ll dlemlwr nil lnirm-lg lll-xvily 12.
All Gail wants is to live xi happy and
pruspi-rrnis life . . . slu"ll iintloiilit-
erlly lintl that life in hi-r nursing
can-er . . . so SlI1i'4'l't' and hnrml-
worlting a person cnn't very well
miss . . . ii tleciclcil leaning toward
roller skating and swimming.
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Ronald S. Crober
1462 Essex Road
Hi-Y 125 Playcrafters 10, 125 Stu-
dent Service 125 Soccer 10, 11, 125
Math Club 12.
Popular, fun-loving "Ron" will long
be remembered for his un aralleled
performances as Mr. Jazz ofpTeaneck
. . . seventh man for the New York
Rangers in every game . . . twelve
months of ice would be his perfect
year . . . "crazy" sense of humor
. . . will study medicine.
252 Schlcy Place
Sgccer 10, 11, 125 XVrestlinz 10, 11,
A great guy and a fine athlete . . .
"Don" . . . cars, dancing, and the
opposite sex comprise his talents and
pastimes . . . varsity soccer and
wrestling . . . possesses a wit
matched by very few . . . college
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john J. Hackett
173 Bedford Avenue
Intramural Sports, Basketball 10, 11,
155 Recreational Basketball 10, 11,
"Jack" . . . subtle humor plus good
looks make him a very popular guy
throughout the class . . . noted for
his eye-catching clothes and talking
ability . . . as happy-go-lucky as
they come . . . Fordham bound.
Carol Ann Hahn
221 Elm Avenue
Girls League 10, .11, 125 Makeup
Club 11, 125 Hi-VVay 125 Class
Cabinet 11, 12.
The warmest of smiles and deep
dimples characterize Carol . . . pos-
sessor of a truly warm personality,
she aspires to the secretarial field
. . . unlike few girls, she has a
soft spot for convertibles and dancing.
Richard T. Graves
457 W. Englewood Avenue
Photography 0, Choir 11.
"Rich'S" pride and joy is his '29
Studebaker, the oldest among the
class of ,54 . . . in addition to
mechanics, he enjoys photography
and stamp collecting , . . enjoys soc-
cer and will never forget Mr. Schlof-
mitz's English classes . . . will be-
come a machinist.
Paula Frances Green
449 Ogden Avenue
Girls League 10, ll, 125 Tri-C 105
French Club 11, 125 Playcrafters 11,
125 Iunior Cabinet 115 Hi-Way
CAdv. Staffl 12.
Ouiet Paula looks to a future as a
laboratory technician . . . a lover of
good food and convertibles she passes
time in fashion designing . . . a
portrait of quiet sincerity . . . next,
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Carol Anne llall
1015 Ilurlclon Place
Biology Cluli 10, Tri-C 10, Girls
League 104 Tri-lli-Y ll, 124 Red
Cross 11. 12 fPres.Dg Student Service
10, 11, 12, Te-Hi News 11, 12.
A sunny disposition and ready smile
are readily associated with Carol . . .
she has a great attraction for crew
cuts and the great out-doors . . .
dislikes snooty people . . . dancing
and collecting Sauter Finegan rec-
ords take up her idle moments . . .
will make a capable nurse.
James B. Hathaway
1691 Hensselear Road
Rifle Club 10, ll, YVrestling 11, 12.
Resourceful "jim" will enter the field
upon graduating from
his interests, which in-
college . . .
clude hunting and fishing, lie chiefly
out-of-doors . . . very
skilled with tools, he prefers being
alone when at work . . . also enjoys
sports and popular music.
Elizabeth Ann Halls
321 1Voodbine Street
Band ltwirlerl 10, 11, 12, Twirling
Club 10. 11. 12, Girls League 10,
ll, 125 Tri-C 10, Hi-YVay ll, 12.
With her blond hair and hazel eyes,
"Betty" makes a very attractive
twirler . . . we know her not only in
that capacity but also as a cheerful,
happy-go-lucky, associate . . . her
interests and talents are many . . .
will study merchandising in college.
3141 Hickory Street
"Bill" has two loves-football and
girls . . . parties and sorority meet-
ings alxvays have attracted him . . .
his love for fun accounts for that
. . . an unassuming and popular
football ace . . . he has an appetite
which keeps his friends in awe.
with honest john . . . characterizing
him is his love for ears, even purple
cars . . . favorite pastime? hot rod-
ding around town . . . where to in
the future lsorry no carsj, this con-
scientious lad is going to work.
Van Buren Avenue
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Patricia Ann Haupt
160 Tryon Avenue
Tri-C 103 Sports Club 109 Student
Council 10, 11, 12, Girls League 10,
11, 12, Student Service 10, 11, 12,
Leaders Club 11, 12, Tri-Hi-Y 11
fChaplainJ 12 tPres.jg Class Cabinet
11, 123 Girls Sports 10, 11, 12,
Little Brown jug 12.
True sportsmanship personified , . .
"Sis" combines love for athletes with
genuine desire for service to school,
Church, and friends . . . even catch-
ing measles the day before the Junior
Prom didn't ruffle her temper . . .
too much . . . special likes-crew cuts
and convertibles . . . secretarial
school will be next stop.
Dorothy Louise Hanson
71 Limlliergh Ilouleurirzl
Student Service ll, Student Coun-
eil 11, 12, Tri-lli-Y Il, 12, In-Way
fAdv. Staffj 125 Red Cross Club 10,
Art Service Squad 12.
"Dot" . . . one of the hest-looking
girls in our class, her lilushes and
personality are hard to forget once
they have been encountered . . .
adorable dimples to boot . . . will
always remember working on the
proms and of course, the proms
Regina M. Heinz
808 Sherman Avenue
Girls League 10, 11, Basketball 11.
Smiling "Reggie" will pursue a busi-
ness career after graduation from
T.H.S .... likes singing and hgrge-
back riding . . . appreciates a spirit
of.kindness in her friends . . . sports-
minded and happy, she will never
forget the Washington trip.
Ann Veronica Hennessy
33,1 lrznies Strut
lutr.iniur.il llasketlmtill 10, Cirlg
League 10, '11, 12, lllztirrafters 11,
lg, Te-Ili Neus 12, Library Council
Ann uith the .iulmurn hair . . . acting
ability marks this frieiitlly' miss . . .
weakness? you uui-ssc-tl it, ltalian
food . . . tlie future tlimv could she
niissl f .i uiocleliuu c.iri-er.
670 ll'cst Englewood Avenue
Girls League 10, ull., 124 I-ibY31'Y
Council ll, 125 HI-hilly 129 Class
It seems that every short girl has
a weakness for tall boys, and
"Peggy" is no exception . . . major
diversions a.re dancing, swimming
and skating . . . her boundless re-
serves of energy and humor makes
it a pleasure to be with this petite
Gail Rose Hirsch
879 Red Road
Student Service 10, 11, fSec'yj 125
Playcrafters 11, CV. Pres.J 125 Stu-
dent Council 105 Biology Club 105
Junior Classical League 10 fSec'yJ5
Girls League 10, 11, 12.
"Rembrandt" is one of the friendli-
est people around . . . dances as well
as she draws . . . despite her tiny
size she is still an avid Giant rooter
. . . big brown eyes and a constant
smile will make Gail a welcome ad-
dition to the college of her choice.
Ann Esther Howard
191 Larch Avenue
Student Service 10, 11, 125 Play-
crafters 10, 115 Class Cabinet ll, 125
Te-Hi News 125 Hi-VVay ll, 125
French Club 12 fV. Pres.7 Girls
League 10, ll.
Quiet and good-natured, Ann
known for her sincerity and pleasant
smile. . . a creative imagination in-
spires her with a gift for writing . . .
appreciates fine music and good
books . . . herself a piano virtuoso
. . . likes to attend the theatre.
Stevens G. Herbst
584 Kent Avenue
Hi-Y 11, 125 Hi-VVay 125 Class
Cabinet 11, 125 Drafting Club 105
Math Club 2.
Tall, friendly Steve considers good
health his best asset . . . a happy-go-
lucky attitude enables him to enjoy
life . . . likes fishing and participat-
ing in De Molay activities . . . will
always remember T,H.S. football
games . . . college next year.
Carl E. Hinds
1137 Julia Street
Rifle Club 11.
"Little Humphrey" has a decided
weakness for taking things easy . . .
his size and joviality are characteris-
tics usually notcd first in this auto-
mobile lover . . . enjoys jazz but
dislikes popular music . . . football
and hunting are his favorite sports
. . . another prospective collegian.
232 Fycke Lana
Wrestling team 10, 11, 12.
Sociahility. especially with the wi-akvr
sex, is the trait which "jim" as-
pires for most in his friends . . .
one of our many fine wrestlers . . .
his love of hunting exhibits his out-
door naturi' . . . a quiet, but fun-
2:32 Fyckc Lum'
Red Cross Club ll.
As soft-spoken and sweet as they
come . . . Lorraine's mild manner
and co-operative attitude make her
the best type of friend . . . lovely
brown eyes and blond hair . . .
broiled lobster and tall men are
two great weaknesses of this secre-
loving nature . , . future? indefinite.
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Food for thought.
76 W'crner Place
German Club 10, 11, Red Cross 10,
Travel Club 125 Choir 11, Sport
Happiness is the goal of this friendly,
well-liked girl . . . Jean owns beauti-
ful brown eyes and a truly bright
smile . . . will secure a job in New
York come fall . . . homework has
always been her pet peevc.
Ann Matusow Jaffe
1123 Magnolia Road
Te-Hi News 11, 12 CNews Ed.J,
Hy-Way 125 Student Council 10, 11,
12g Student Service 10, 11 tCapt.J
125 Girls League 10, 125 Class
Intellect, individuality and a subtle
sense of humor will assure Ann
future success . . . her creative writ-
ing ability is evident in her wealth
of contributions to school publica-
tions . . . keen up-to-the-minute
interest in public affairs . . . a per-
Edward Hummers, jr.
744 Elm Avenue
Class Cabinet ll- 12, Hi-Y ll, 12,
Basketball 11, 12g Drafting Club l0g
Intramural Sports 10, ll, 12, Hi-
6' 4" of basketball player, with smil-
ing brown eyes and a wide friendly
grin . . . never tires of rousing
spirit . . . Ed's active in all Cabinet
activities . . . has made innumerable
friends with his unfailing sense of
humor . . . fishes and hunts in his
850 Prince Street
Bowling Club 10, 11, 12, Spanish
Club 10, ll, 12.
A recent arrival in the United States,
Elena hails from South America . . .
her love for mambos and her erky
accent reveal her "south-ofithe-
border" origin . . . her ideal will be
realized after graduation in a Euro-
pean tour . . . a continental in the
Ralph K. Humphreys
1350 Pennington Road
Senior Band 10, 11, 125 Rifle Club
10, 11, Hi-Y 12.
Friendly "Ralph the red" has no claim
to a matching temper . . . a talented
"Sax" player he leans to popular
music . , . marked by a weakness
for hayrides he is very nice to know.
Patricia Ruth Jewell
667 Kent Avenue
Laughing brown eyes and an in-
fectious smile distinguish this music
lover . . . a devout admirer of the
honesty and humility in others, Pat
finds that dancing and convertibles
are her principal interests . . . an-
other senior bound for college.
184 Shepard Avenue
"Chuck" has really amiable personal-
ity and an easy-going disposition ad-
mired by many . . . swimming,
fishing, and auto racing comprise the
major part of his pastimes . . . ap-
preciates a witty, good-looking per-
son . . . will work come Iune.
76 Garden Street
Leaders Club 11, Tri-Ili-Y 11, 12,
Girls League 11, 12 CSee'yl German
Club 125 Senior Red Cross 12.
A welcome addition from Estonia to
T.H.S .... enjoys classical music,
reading and has won prizes for her
painting . . . blond and cute,
"Mary" looks for sincerity and polite-
ness in others . . . dislikes dis-
honesty and ignorance . . . college
will follow for this interesting Miss.
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1491 Endicott Terrace, W. E.
Girls League 10, 11, 12, Ti-Hi News
llg Library Council 11, 124 Choir
1l, 125 Hi-VVay 12.
One of Teaneck's most attractive . . .
Shirl's fondest recollections are of
being a Prom Queen candidate . . .
beautiful eyes and figure . . . enjoys
progressive jazz and swimming . . .
plans to model after graduation.
Virginia May Johnson
80 johnson Avenue
Tri-C 10, Girls League 10, Junior
Classical League 10.
"Ginny" . . . intellect features the
fine personality of this smiling senior
. . . the sincerity and honesty in her
friends is easily matched by the
same traits in "Ginny" . . . record
collector and pianist . . . will enter
the business world.
285 Dc Graw Avenue
"Pat" possesses two outstanding
weaknessesg one for southern accents
and another for Eddie Fisher . . .
the ability to really act like your-
self is at the top of her list of
ideals . . . a horseback riding enthu-
siast from way back . . . wants
to work for I.B.M.
George J. Jordan
1098 WVf'Izster Avenue
ln home room with seconds to spare
, . . George and his car . . . slow
of voice but full of humor an ex-
cellent example of inseparability . . .
the Auto Shop will always remain in
his memory . . . plans to work after
614 Ramrzpo Road
Sincere "Janie" . . . known mainly
for her curly hair and warm-hearted-
ness . . . the sight of blood just
about "kills" her . . . has as her
hobbies coin collecting and jazz . . .
appreciates a friendly person . . .
will attend business school.
1068 Margaret Street
Junior Classical League 105 Library
Council 11, 12.
Happy-go-lucky Dick's good nature
will be a favorable asset in college
. . . takes pleasure in playing a
good game of pool and fixing cars
. . . will always be remembered for
his blond wavy hair and black Ford
1212 Emerson Avenue
Student Council 10g Hi-Y 11, 125
Student Service 10, 11, Class Cabi-
net 11, 12.
Good-looking "Johnny" with his
brown wavy hair . . . basketball and
his height are natural partners . . .
appreciates humor pungent wit, and
intelligence in his friends . . . an-
noyed by girls who snap their chew-
ing gum . . . college is next for
this all-around guy.
Martin John Keating, Jr.
92 Iasper Avenue
Football 10, 11.
Quiet and unassuming, "Marty" has
a big heart and an outstanding
willingness to help others . . . the
Thanksgiving game stands out most
in his T.H.S. memories . . . in food
and cars are harbored his primary
interests . . . weakness-brunettes
. . . will attend college in the fall.
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Eileen Rita Korb
658 South Forest Drive
Choir 125 Girls League 10, 11, 12.
Good natured "Ei" has two out-
standing features, a captivating per-
sonality and auburn hair . . . this
future business student will always
remember her Junior and Senior
years as "The greatest ever." . . .
popular with absolutely everyone,
hers is a friendliness to behold.
William S. Lau
54 Bedforrl Avenue
"Bill" . . . tall and goodlooking with
a happy-go-lucky attitude . . . a
genuine outtloorsman, he loves hunt-
ing, fishing and trapping . . . Bill's
favorite sport is basketball . . . in his
glory with a fancy gun , . . service-
bound, he will never forget T.H.S,
joel S. Kreiss
805 Washburn Street
Although Joel is a newcomer to
T.H.S., he has made himself well-
known . . . his bass voice is an
asset to the Senior Choir . . . be-
sides singing he also enjoys basket-
ball and classical music . . . future
plans include college.
Robert P. Lamers
59 Blaucelt Street
Rifle Club 10, ll.
"Bob's" soc-iability and ability to get
along with others will help him suc-
ceed in college . . . feels most at
home behind the wheel of a Cal'
or with ri gun in his hands . . . a
devout roller skating fan, he also
enjoys swimming and airplanes.
783 Dearborn Street
Sports-minded "Kugie" came to
T.H.S. in his senior year . . . quickly
became one of the most well-liked
boys in the class . . . dislikes "wise-
guys" . , . steaks rate as his weak-
ness . . . his keen sense of humor
will be a great asset in college.
51 Amsterdam Auenuc
Riding 10, 12g Bowling Club 11,
123 Track 11, 12.
Talent and determination are the
keynotes to "Bobby,s" personality . . .
a composer of music and a student
at Juilliard, the concert piano rings
the bell for this senior . . . as an ad-
mirer of Rudolph Serkin, success can
not be far 05.
42 Audubon Road
Soccer 10, ll, 125 Wrestling 11, 12.
The "Lo-Down" on the "Little One"
reveals a cheerful wrestler with a
sincere and honest character . . .
letter man in soccer . . . desires to
be like Cornelius Vanderbilt fond
who wouldn'tD . . . college calls.
Judy N. Levine
295 Edgewood Avenue
Girls League 10, ll, 12g Student
Council 10, 11, 125 Spanish Club 11.
Three loves hath Judy . . . social-
izing, classical music, and beautiful
clothes . . . her lovely figure en-
hances these clothes no end . . .
has always wished to have auburn
hair . . . sweet and demure beyond
imagination . . . don't "freeze to
death" in college classes as you did
in T.H.S., Judy.
862 Broad Street
Soccer 10, 11, 125 Intramural Bas-
ketball l0, ll.
Long brown hair and a D.A. hair-
cut make "Fred" very easy to spot
. . . a ready smile and a very
co-operative disposition are also at-
tributes of this well-liked senior . . .
sports and ears era-ate his main in-
terests . . . marriage looms in the
judith Ann Lo Buono
5371 lkintlzrup Ilonrl
Tri-C lil QV. 1'res.Hg 'liri-lll-Y ll,
12 4V. l'rcs.Jg French Club ll, IV.
Pri-s.lg Girls 1,1-agile lil, 11, 123
Senior Choir llg Te-lli News 10.
ll, Student Service lil, llg Biology
Club 10, lli-Yvay 124 Class Cahi-
net ll, 12.
Blond. blue-eyed Iudy is one of the
most actin- students in 'l'.ll.S ....
hetween club meetinils she has man-
aged to win a number of awards,
especially for playing the piano . . .
her sparkling smile is outstanding
and has won her many friends . . .
Vassar College is Iudy's aim.
Adrienne Lucie Mamelian
24 Westcrvclt Place
Little Brown jug 12, French Club
11, 12, tTreas.jg Senior Choir 11,
123 Student Council 12g Te-Ili News
12, Hi-Way 123 Music Appreciation
Club 123 Playcrafters 12g Girls
League 11, 12.
A warmhearted personality, sparkling
smile, and soft Boston accent . . .
that's "Adrien . . . this real "dark
eyes" thinks Teaneck is the friend-
liest town she-'s ever seen . . . hard-
working member of many clubs . . .
her favorite? the Senior Choir . .
a future journalist.
Edward A. Manahun. Ir.
715 Suffurn Road
Howling Club 10. ll illresmg Chess
Club 10. lScc'5'l ll, 12, lPreS.lg
Hi-Y ll, 123 Biology Club 103 Cer-
man Cluh 10, 11, junior Classical
League 10g Library Countil 10, 12,
Soccer 125 Baskctliall 12.
Versatile Ed will long be remem-
bered for his performance in the
"Pirates of Penzance" . . . favorite
activities of his include bowling and
soccer . . . both popular and clas-
sical music rate high . . . Ed.
Barbara K. Ludowise
15 Maple Street
Sweet, shy smile to all . . . demure
long lashes hiding: a surprising twinkle
of mischief . . . soft-spoken, even-
tempered "Barb" hails from VVis-
consin, prefers the Dodgers, plays
piano . . . quietly intelligent . . .
plans to head hack to home territory
. . . lf. of XVisconsin.
15-33 Rugby Road
Girls League 10, 11, 123 Spanish
Club 11, 12, Travel Club 11, 12,
Home Arts Club 11, Student Service
Fun-loving "Pezgy" is easily spotted
by her long blond hair . . . sewing,
playing the piano, and roller skat-
ing occupy her free time . . . dixie-
land is tops . . . college is next
on the list for this well-liked gal.
Cecile A. Luongo
50 Fairview Avenue
Red Cross 10, 125 Rifle Club 10.
"Ceil" of the lovely face and chann-
ing manner . . . typing and dancing
occupy the majority of this well-
liked senior's time . . . anyone with
a smile will rate high, but on the
other side of the fence is an in-
sulting person . . . secretary-to-be.
315 11vU0l11Ill1L' Street
Red Cross 10, 12.
Smiling "joy" . . , has
desire to have her own
car . . .
appreciates a good personality and
understanding in others,
the same qualities as a
. . . a future secretary, s
ways remember T.H.S.
and her friends there.
he will al-
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Marie A. Marangi
621 Churchill Road
Sports Club 105 Student Service 10g
Leaders Club llg Student Council
llg Choir 11, 12, lutrarnural Bas-
ketball I0, ll, 12, Intramural
Hockey 10, 11, 12.
Extremely adept at all types of
sports . . . endowed with a large
supply of fun and energy . . . in
addition to athletics, Marie also en-
joys all music, new clothes, and new
cars . . . a black eye received in
hockey is her chief claim to fame.
James A. Margolis
598 Ramapo Rural
Biology Club 10, French Club 10,
Photography Club 10.
Big Iim's dry sense of humor and
exceptional intelligence make him
an outstanding senior . . , friendly
and sincere, he takes to the hound-
ing waves . . . superlative mathema-
tical ability marks him as a sure
success in college.
1107 Magnolia Iloazl
Rifle Club 10, 115 Biology Club 105
Physics Club l lg Stage Crew Il,
12, Playcrafters 11, 12.
"Gentleman jim" has won many
friends with his determined stiek-to-
it attitude . . . a real science lover,
he also partakes in hunting and
fishing, and his favorite sport, soccer
. . . picks his friends on their
appreciation and sincerity . . . swell
Donald Charles Mascolo
Band 10, 11.
"Don" is another lover of the great
outdoors, being particularly inter-
ested in hunting and golf . . . claims
to bc anti-social and bashful, but
his friends know him to be friendly
and humorous . . . also does quite
a bit of weight-lifting . . . service
95 Chadwick Road
Playcrafters 11, I2, Senior Library
Council 125 Junior Class Cabinet
115 Te-Hi News 11, 12, Girls
League 10, II, 12.
"Mar" enjoys her music the Latin-
Americanhway . . . tall, dark, and
striking, she is known for her subtle
bits of humor which have brought
her many friends , . . locker 890 is
unforgettable . . . a tardy, insincere
person is unbearable to this future
181 Van Buren Avenue
Rifle Club 105 Library Council 10,
Shy "Marty" has made many friends
whom he will never forget . . . ap-
preciates a good laugh and a good
baseball game . . . in fact, he en-
joys all outdoor sports, including
hunting and fishing . . . asserts that
Teaneck Halls are "too crowded."
Chester E. Martine, jr.
452 Sagamore Avenue
Hi-Y 11, 125 Soccer 10, 11, 12,
Class Cabinet ll, 12, Student Coun-
cil I0, 12, Hi-VVay II, 12.
Good looks blended with a fine per-
sonality make "Chet" the swell guy
that he is . . . an indispensable half
back on our soccer team, he has
never quite been able to satisfy
that famous appetite , . . will put his
mind to work in engineering.
john Robert McLaughlin
1-39 YValnut Street
YVith his friendly Irish smile and
pleasant personality, "jack" is a
swell guy to know . . . really eu-
joys parties and cars . . . will never
forget the senior year, Xllishington
in particular . . . hopes to attend
college and travel the country.
86 Park Avenue
"Pat" really has a great sense of
humor . . . light-hearted and under-
standing, she has a burning desire
to own her own car . . . great love
for dancing . . . this jazz addict was
particularly impressed by T,H.S. as-
semblies . . . future stenographer.
George T. McNally
5-'TU Cutter Plum'
David Il. Nlegibow
5.86 5llYItl1VlIllll1 lloiul
Howling' Club lil, Tennis ll. lli-
XY.ijv ll, 'IT-lli Xi-us ll, btudvnt
Council ll, Math Club Il.
"Ilan-" . . . the loyal Dodger fan
. . . txery Uttober he is found
dodging Yankc-c fans in the hall . . .
Buick cunxertibles, golf. and photo-
graphy tuinplete his realm of in-
terests . . . appreciates triendliness
and sinterity, his onn too outstand-
ing eliaractl-ristics . . . success is
sure to be his.
Elizabeth May Metzler
163 Oukzlene Avenue
Sports Club 10, Leaders Club 11,
Junior Classical League 10, 11, 12,
Senior Choir 12.
Carefree "Betty" will be remem-
bered for the active part she took
in all girls' sports at Teaneck . . .
besides her athletic inclinations,
Betty is adept at playing both the
piano and organ . . . an honest,
loyal student . . . nursing aspirant.
Alu ays happy and .i great sport
every yi ar .liter the Yankees have
beaten the llotlgeiw in the Vlmrld
Series, "Mac" can be touud paying
off his innumeriible bi-ts . . , always
willing to take a L-h.uiee . . . enjoys
bowling and music . . . uill be an
Barbara E. U. Meyer
620 YVyndharn Road
Red Cross Club 10, 11, 12, Stu-
dent Council 105 Student Service 10,
115 Sports Club 10, 11, Senior Class
"Bobbie-'s bright smile and willing-
ness to listen to anyone, have won
her the majority of her many friends
. . . she is particularly impressed by
the T.H.S, corridors between classes
. . . knitting argyles is her claim
to fame . . . aspires to a medical
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Barbara H. Meyer
340 Sherman Avenue
Adrien P. Mey
28 Cranford Place
Senior Bowling Club 10, 11, Travel
Friendly "Ad" plans to attend col-
lege after graduation . . . enjoys
basketball and popular music . . .
admits a weakness for good food
and cars . . . reveres good sports-
manship . . . his ambition and good
nature will carry him far.
Tri-C 105 Tri-Hi-Y 11, Library
Council 11, Travel Club 11, 12,
Spanish Club 11.
Slender, blue-eyed "Boo" is noted
for her even disposition . . . this
talkative secretary-to-be asserts a
keenness for,Teaneck football games
and assemblies . . . swimming, "good
American food" rate high.
126 Griggs Acemlc
Travel Club 10, ll, 12, German
Club 10, 11, Library Council 11,
Petite and blond with bright blue
eyes, Helga combines fl fun-loving
nature and a ready smile into a
warm personality . . . loves to swim
and to enjoy herself . . . plans t0
att.-nd business school after gradua-
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Albert T. Miller
165 Lees Avenue
Big Al has one weakness-eating5
his weight will never be forgotten
. . . this friendly senior enjoys
stock car racing and baseball . . .
will always remember crowded halls
of 'I'.H.S .... plans to work with
his father after graduation.
Antoinette C. Moest
271 Furrant Terrace
German Club 10, 115 Tri-Hi-Y 115
Tri-C 105 Twirling Club 10, 11 125
Twirling Squad 10, 11, 12 1Capt.J
Class Cabinet 11, 125 Girls League
10, 115 Choir 125 Hi-Way 12.
Blonde, energetic "Toni" has a won-
derful personality and a captivat-
ing smile . . . loves to dance and
go for rides in the country . . .
a sincere person herself, she dis-
likes people without this trait . . .
this pert 5' 4" curvaceous twirler will
provide some lucky boss with a
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Roxanne M. Miller
89 Copley Avenue
Student Service 10, 11, 125 French
Club 11, 125 Hi-Way 125 Play-
crafters 10, 115 Girls League 10, 115
Class Cabinet 11, 12.
"Roxy" is certainly one of the pep-
piest members of the class . . . al-
ways laughing or talking . . . pos-
sesses a characteristic giggle and
lovely brown eyes . . . enjoys play-
ing the piano and excels in doing so
. . . college.
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Edward Charles Monahan
769 Hartwell Street
Biology Club 105 Physics Club 115
Chess Club 10, 115 Soccer 12.
Friendly Ed is known for his extra-
ordinary ability tu worry . . . behind
a pair of sparkling blue eyes lies a
ready sense of humor . . . an Icthyo-
logist at heart, a career in engineer-
286 Vandelinda Avenue
Red Cross Club 105 Red Cross Club
115 Student Council fRep.l 11.
Good-natured, friendly, honest . . .
a future as a beautician . . . sincere,
quiet personality . . . a liking of pops
and classics . . . all characterize
personable Ray . . . a loyal friend
and very nice to know.
joyce-Ann L. Moore
864 East Lawn Drive
German Club 11.
"Wait a minute," what else could
typify Joy's friendly personality? . . .
she is well endowed with the anis-
tic talents, an embryonic Rem-
brandt and undeveloped Beethoven
. . . her jovial sense of humor will
lead to a rich and happy life.
Thomas John Moehring
931 Tcaneck Road
Track 11, 125 .Soccer 10, 115 Stu-
dent Council 115 German Club 105
Rifle Club 12.
Easy going Tom finds Mr. Schlof-
mitz's English classes hard to for-
get . . . fishing and stock car rac-
ing highlight his interests . . . will
be remembered as high jumper on
the track team . . . Forestry lies
Elaine 1. Morfogen
984 East Lawn Drive
Latin Club 10, 11, 125 German Club
13, 12 fSec'yJ5 Playcrafters 10, 11,
Petite Elaine with the dark hair and
beautiful long eye lashes . . . enjoys
playing the piano, dancing, and
horseback riding . . . her charming
smile and attractive clothes are as-
sets anywhere as borne out by a
bevy of friends . . . a future teacher
and an Eddie Fisher fan.
301 Maitland Avenue
Although his work after school leaves
him no spare time for activities,
Dick is still a well-known figure
in this year's class . . . his disc-
'ockey aspirations stem from his
iove for music . . . the "strong
William M. Mullen
S74 Morningside Tcrrufc
Football 11, 125 Art Service Club
11, 12, fPres.J.
Tall, lanky Bill possesses a devil-
may-care disposition the likes of
which are seldom met up with . . .
synonomous with happiness . . .
Art School is the logical choice of
this very talented artist . . . a sincere
admirer of sportsmanship in others.
Fredric C. Nicewicz
1471 East Terrace Circle
Student Service 10, 125 Hi-Y Club
11, 124 Math Club 12g Intramural
Basketball 10, 11, 12.
"Dede." tall and dark, has plans of
attending Rutgers College of Engi-
neering after completing his senior
year . . . his quiet sincerity is
easy to determine when in his
presence . . . besides playing bas-
ketball. he likes working on puzzles
. . . height and his crew cut are
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Roberta Kay Nielsen
632 Chestnut Avenue
Red Cross 10, 11.
Attractive "Bert" will set her aim
upon a successful career as a private
secretary . . . most annoyed by
people who are constantly late . . .
possessor of beautiful blue eyes and
a winsome smile . . . thinks every-
one in Teaneck is in a hurry.
George C. Murphy
90 Ayers Court
Basketball 10, 11, 124 Baseball 10,
11, 12 foo-capt.Jg Soccer 10, 11, 12
fco-caphjg Hi-Y 11, 12.
A friendly smile paired with a fabu-
lous personality is "Murph's" best
asset . . . extremely talented in the
field of sports, he has won numerous
awards for his skill . . . will long
remember his coaches . . . has a
weakness for girls and hamburgers
. . . Springfield College will see
him next year.
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Frank Paul Mutterer
1101 Emerson Avenue, WV. E.
Student Service 11, 12 Hi-Y 11, 12
Class Cabinet 115 Choir 11, 12.
Frank will be remembered for his
fun-loving manner and his '46 Hud-
son . . . forget the barn dances and
the Teaneck sports? . . . dreams of
owning a red Ford convertible . . .
college and a successful future lie
ahead fur this likeable guy.
1044 East I.uu:n Court
Student Service 10, 129 Red Cross
105 Biology Club 104 Travel Club
11g Spanish Club tPres.l 125 Future
Teachers of America 12g Hi-VVay
Mareia's friendly smile is outward
evidence of her sweet personality
. . . looks for sincerity and a good
sense of humor in others . . .
known for her "Italian" haircut and
fun loving nature.
14 Bennett Road
Amiable, easy-going Tony has a
wonderful sense of humor . . . this
football player admits a decided
inclination toward the female of the
species . . . the Navy awaits him
. . . "VVhat do you say, Ramona?"
5:30 P. M.
Trig book, . . . English.
Joan R. Nubler
533 Hillcrest Street
Riding Club 10, ll, 12g German
Club 10, Library Council l2.
The dissections in Biology made a
firm impression upon fun-loving
Ioan, who is a lover of all types
of music . . . enjoys playing the
giauo and is a great admirer of
orses . . . wants to go to college,
Frederick George Oldenhage
637 Chestnut Avenue
Rifle Club 10, 115 Soccer Team
105 Senior Student Council 10.
Intellect, perseverence and perfec-
tionism . . . Georg:-'s interests are
very well balanced and eared for
. . . his favorite field is that of
chemistry, as borne out by his love
for lab work and experiments . . .
his willingness to learn and dili-
gence will go a long way in aiding
493 Cumberland Avenue
Student Service 10, ll, 125 Girls
This complacent Miss is well-liked
for her sincere and conscientious
qualities . . . Lorrie's hobbies con-
sist of reading good books and
listening to semi-classical music are
supplemented by traveling . . .
College-bound, her pet peeve is a
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Martin E. Olsen
817 Red Road
Baseball 10, 11, 12, Football 10, ll,
125 Basketball 105 Hi-Y 12.
Handsome Marty's poise and person-
ality help to win him many friends
. . . he values common sense . . .
admits a weakness for Ford con-
vertibles . . . "Montana's" football
and baseball talents were a great as-
set to T.H.S.
120 Ayers Court
Senior Bowling Club 11, 129 Spanish
Club 104 Red Cross Club 12.
Tiny, dark-haired Mary is the owner
of one of the brightest and friend-
liest smiles in the school . . . to be
a private secretary is her ambition.
popular and Irish music are her
favorites . . . the Bed Cross Club
will lose a valuable member after
Bernard H. Panzenhagen
502 Cumberland Avenue
Football 10, 11.
Red-headed "Bern" is a great out-
doors man . . . loves boats and
cars but hates to put gas in either
. . . very easy-going and likeable,
he says he "never had it so good"
. . . a light blue Cadillac El Dorado
is his ideal.
,ff ' -i
1658 Termeck Road
"Hobs" is quite a guy . . . sorely
missed during the junior year, which
he spent as a Cliffside "Fireman"
. . . that big, happy grin is famous
on the countenance of this rugged
football star . . . always enjoying
himself, and helping others enjoy
515 Linden Avenue
Atomic is the word for "Rosie" . . .
tinyg but endowed with enormous
energy, she operates in a burst of
vitality . . . even those big solemn
brown eyes belie a lively wit . . .
honest, friendly, and loyal . . .
present aim: to have lots of fun . .
future goal, to be a secretary.
192 West Englewood Avenue
Basketball 114 Red Cross 11, 12g
fiervice Squad 115 Student Coun-
"Nat" . . . sincere and amiable, she
looks for friends with the same quali-
ties . . . considers her hands her
best asset since they possess astound-
ing typing ability . . . dislikes being
kept waiting . . . skating and art
occupy her spare time.
Bruce L. Pattc
504 Tildcn Avenue
Basketball 11, 125 Baseball 10, 115
Football 10, 12.
One of the greatest natural athletes
in Teaneck history . . . Bruce ex-
cels in all fields of sport, from
football to hockey . . . "Tall dark,
and handsome" describes this easy-
going senior perfectly . . . a success-
ful college career is sure to be his.
John D. Perry
15 Monterey Avenue
Soccer 10, 11, 12.
Good looking "jack" is blessed with
the instinctive ability to make friends
very easily . . . an excellent soc-
cer player, Jack was a necessary cog
in the success of this year's team . . .
girls and popular music are particu-
larly interesting to this likeable, all-
Arlene B. Peck
1032 East Lawn Court
Bette Jane Peterson
517 West Englewood Avenue
Sports Club 105 Leaders Club 11,
125 Travel Club 11, 125 Hockey 10,
115 Basketball 10, 11, 125 Volley-
ball 10, 11, 125 Baseball 10, 11, 12.
Blond, green-eyed "Bet" is another
of the avid rooters at the T.H.S.
football games . . . she is very active
in sports and always has a spark-
ling smile for everyone . . . danc-
ing and listening to popular music
1089 Sussex Road
Playcrafters 10, ll, 125 Red Cross
Club 10, 11, 125 LSec'yJ LV. Pres.p5
Senior Class Cabinet 25 Te-Hi News
125 Girls League 10, 11, 125 Sports
Ciubljlllg Leaders Club 125 Choir
Friendly, soft-hearted "Jan" can al-
ways be found behind the scenes of
. demands friendliness
frity, above all else, in
riding horses Canlt be
her estimation . . . en-
great dramatic ability,
for the top in shou-
four years at Syra-
660 .Uartense Arenue
Claire . . . exemplifies tn perfec-
tion the oft-used adjective 'Acuten
. . . in fact, she more nearly ap-
proaches .ulorable . . . harbors a
love for dancing beneath that famous
haircut of hers . . . one boy in par-
ticular enough said . . . will be-
come a business woman.
please her most . . . business school
is "Bet's" goal for next fall.
Elaine Claire Pierce
594 Chestnut Avenue
Choir 11, 125 Travel Club ll, 125
German Club 105 Student Service
People enjoy the company of a sin-
cere, considerate, gay person such as
Claire , . . who finds pleasure in
singing and also listening to dixie-
land . . . can see no reason for a
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63 Herrick Avenue
Te-Hi News 12.
Another of the many admirers of
Mr. Winn's Trig. and Solid classes
. . . known for a natural wit that
makes his presence a pleasure at any
time . . . Bob is a sports lover
but also considers jazz and journal-
ism his favorites . . . will attend
Leo A. Rauch
55 Holland Terrace
Hi-Y 11, 12, Student Service 1.1,
Rifle Club 10, Soccer 10, 11, 12.
"Lee" has a ready smile and genuine
friendly nature . . . hobbies and
activities include photography, music,
cars, and sports . . . known for his
steady play on the soccer field . . .
annoyed by hungry seventh graders
rushing to eat . . . hopes to attend
Nancy Marie Potts
110 Sherman Avenue
Red Cross 11, 12, Bowling Club
11, 12g Music Appreciation 11.
"Nan" has one of the quietest, yet
sweetest, dispositions and is noted
for it . . . another secretary-to-be,
her interests lie in collecting foreign
dolls and piano playing . . . willing
to help whenever she is able.
101 Slicrwood Avenue
Casual wit, a love for science, and
an unassuming nature mark this
senior . . . "Bill's" skill at the game
of chess is matched only by his love
for playing it . . . although his
future is not definite, it undoubtedly
will lead to success.
John Joseph Quirke
115 Stuyvesant Road
An arrival to Teaneck in Septem-
ber, "John" was very active in sports
and student government at St. Peter's
Prep, his former school . . . has
already made many lasting friends
whom he will never forget . . . pos-
sessor of the class' most unusual
and productive hobby-working.
Douglas H. Reed
507 Sagamore Avenue
Student Service 11, 125 Hi-Y 11,
12, Rifle Club 11.
Quiet, friendly "Doug" is known
for his sincerity and his easy going
nature . . . his main interests in-
clude cars, sports, and dixieland
music . . . considers his car as his
main asset . . . Doug is a fine
student and should be a success in
Richard C. Ramsey
209 Grove Street
Football 10, 11, Wrestling 11, 12.
One of the best-liked and most
happy-go-lucky boys in the class
. . . "Dick" considers his converti-
ble his best asset, but his friends
could name innumerable others more
outstanding . . . e.g., wonderful
sense of humor, generosity, good
nature, etc .... also one of our
Barbara Lee Richman
1043 Wilson Avenue
Student Council 11, 12, Student
Service 10, 11, 12, Hi-Way fLiterary
Staffj 12, Playcrafters 11, I.R.F.
LPres.J 12, Girls League 10, 11, 12,
Junior Classical League 10.
Easy-going "Richie" has discrimin-
ating tastes in many fields - among
them the theatre, music, and art
. . . loves to read, and writes well,
stepping-stones to her goal as a
literary critic . . . frequent visitor
to the tennis courts in Wann weather.
Stella T. Roberts
252 Icy Lane
Twirling 11, 12, CCapt.Dg Choir 12.
Captivating, vivacious "Stel1'i has
gorgeous green eyes and lovely dark
brown tresses . . . an outstanding
twirler, her personality and neat
appearance are well-known . . . al-
ways fun to be with her charm and
figure will be great assets in her
Barbara T. Rockwell
7643 Stclton Street
Red Cross 10, 12.
Cute "Bobbi" always seems to be
having fun . . . her wish is to enter
the secretarial field . . . boundless
generosity marks this lover ot art
and swimming, who will never for-
get her friends at T.H.S.
574 South Forest Drive
Red Cross 10, 11, Travel Club 10,
This charming senior has a warm
smile for everyone . . . sincerity,
natural good will, and a sympathetic
attitude make Elaine the type of
person instinctively well-liked by all.
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1321 Sussex Road
Student Service 10, 11, 12, Student
Council 10, 11, 12, Playcrafters 10,
11, 12, Class Cabinet 11, 12, Girls
10, 11, fSec'y7 12, fPres.J,
junior Classical League 10, Biology
Club 10 tSec'yl, Hi-XVay 12.
Attractive and vivacious, Jayne is
one of the most outstanding members
of the senior class . . . leadership,
intellect and wit are leading attri-
butes of her challenging personality
. . . layne Lreally' livens up any
Edward M. Rod
605 Cumberland Road
Student Service 10, 11, 12, Foot-
ball CI.V.J 11, Te-Hi News 11, 12,
1-Ii-YVay 12, Spanish Club 10, 11,
"Ed"-a robust picture of an easy-
going, well-liked senior . . . can do
a little of everything and enjoys do-
ing it . . . driving his car with a
"lush" blond in it is his idea of
relaxation . . . a sure college success.
Shirley H. Rosenberg
440 Billington Road
Red Cross Club 10, 11, 12, Sports
Club 10, Girls League 10, 11, 12,
Student Service 10.
Small, green-eyed "Shirl" is sure not
to forget Mr. Breist-h's History class
. , . loves to dance. swim, and col-
lect records . . . has a fine sense
of humor and is a very neat dresser
. . . admires those who are friendly
and sincere . . . plans to go to
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440 Sagamore Avenue
Football 11, Hi-YVay 11, Senior
C6ass11Cabinet 12, Student Council
1 , .
"Bills" everlasting grin and happy-
go-lucky nature, combined with a
sharp, endless wit result in a
Marya jo Roof
339 Von Buren Avenue'
Sports Club 10, Leaders' Club 11,
12, Student Serxiee 10, 12, Tri-Hi-Y
11, iCorr. Si'e'yl 12, tRec. See'yb
11, 12, Senior Band and Orchestra
10, 11, 12, Girls' Sports 10, ll, 12.
Musieally inclined Marya appreciates
thoughtfulness, a characteristic synon-
omous with her own nature . . . will
never forget Senor Carter's Spanish
class . . . known for her dimples
and rapid conversing . . . another of
our best girl athletes . . . will make
an excellent elementary school teacher.
thoroughly well-known and likeable
guy . . . has the power to keep
others smiling . . . uses that power,
too . . . employs the duo-convertible
system to perfection.
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Edward S. Rutsch
161 Griggs Avenue
Hi-Y 11, 12g Football 10, 11, 12
fCapt.Jg Wrestling 10, 11, 12,
lCapt.J- Student Council 12g Junior
Class Cabinet 11.
"Big Ed's" 6' 3" and 245 pounds
certainly justifies his nickname . . .
one of the best athletes in the class,
Ed was all-county tackle in football
and one of the state's best heavy-
weight wrestlers . . . finds time to
participate in many service activities
. . . his congeniality and frankness
will insure his success in college.
I. -JXNAC' F I IAA' Q!
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, 11, 12.
for his dynamic singing
, to many Ed has won
for playing the piano
and a teaching career
of this star pitcher.
51 Garden Street
Friendly "Russ" is associated with
his easy going and reserved man-
ner . . . admires people who possess
true sincerity . . . thinks school
would be a lark if teachers didn't
give homework, which annoys him
greatly . . . enjoys swimming,
wrestling . . . wants only to be suc-
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I John james Rugo
676 Penn Avenue
Hi-Y Club 11, 12.
"johnny" possesses the qualities of
dependability and amiability in their
truest states . . . has always had a
flair for radio and television work
. . . favors baseball and popular
music . . . a thoroughly well-liked,
all-around boy, who has the making
of a college success.
Claire Jean Sands
173 Bogart Street, W. E.
Girls League 10, 11, 12, Hi-Way 12.
Cute and petite . . . Claire's wonder-
ful disposition is but part of a per-
sonality that has made many lasting
admirers . . . known perhaps for her
minute size as well as phenomenal
ability to blush . . . Eddie Fisher
addict . . . secretary-to-be.
Thomas F. Saxton
624 Ramapo Road
FootbalI'1O, 11, 125 YVrestling 10,
Good looking "Tom" is an athlete of
high repute . . . a standout guard
in football, he is equally at home
on the Wrestling mat, winning an
award in his junior year . . . he is
known for his fabulous dancing style
. . . college is next after graduation.
992 Country Club Drive
Football 10, 11.
"Geno,' . . . known for his individu-
ality and winning personality, is also
a snappy dresser . . . as a result of
these enviable traits, he's a very
popular guy . . . usually found fixing
his car or listening to popular music
. . . off to college and success.
Donald S. Sassaman
31 Maple Street
German Club 10.
"Don" is a firm believer in the vir-
tues of other people . . . naturally
shy and quiet, he loves any kind of
music from Spike Jones to Toscanini
. . . a fond pastime of this country-
lover is observing closely members
of the opposite sex . . . L.I.U.
Rosemarie Y. Schneider
1728 Clinton Place
Ti-aneck High Marching Band
Llwirlerb 12g Twirling Club 10, 11,
12, Girls League 10, 11.
Brown-eyed Rose possesses many
fond memories of twirling with the
T.H.S. hand . . . a good sense of
humor rates high on this girl's long
list of assets . . . Joins many other
Teaneck girls in her decided weak-
ness for convertibles . . . The next
step is a secretarial career.
Arlene Esta Segal
544 Oritani Place
Student Service 10. 12, Red Cross
10, Te-Hi News 12, Rifle Club 125
Travel Club 12.
Arlene conceals a wealth of talents
beneath a shy exterior . . . artist
and pianist, she aspires to the meds
ical profession . . . she'll never for-
Eet Mr. Rosen's physics Class . . .
a brilliant math and science student,
with lovely curly brown hair.
Elizabeth Anne Schwacke
137 Grayson Place
Playerafters 10, ll, 123 Girls League
10, 11. 125 Te-Hi News 10, 11, 12
1tCir. Adxxlg Class Cabinet 11, 12,
151. at LJ, lli-lkay 12.
Blond, vivaeious, lovely green eyes
. . . a swell izal who is habitually
happy and pleasant. "Liz" enjoys,
in particular, new clothes and popu-
lar music' . , . will always remember
her good friends . . . her many fine
traits point to success in college.
1547 River Road
Very attractive, with big brown eyes
and long hair . . . partial to dancing,
popular music, and piano playing
Cary YVilliam Sehwartzkopf
848 Ester At't'11uC
Biology Club 10, junior Classical
League 10, Operetta 11g Physics
Club 11, LSec'y4Treas'lg Hi-Y 11,
12, Cross-Country Team 12g Active
Atoms 12, Student Service 12.
Tall and dark, Carry is an avid
reader . . . plans to study biology at
Fordham and later to become a
priest . . . a winning smile is his
Barry II. Schwibner
540 Standish Road
Library Council 10, ll, Senior Band
10. 11, 12, Senior Orchestra 10, 11,
12, Student Council ll, 12.
"Iazzbo" . . . Barry is Team-ek's
"ML Drums" and he really loves to
play them . . . his xxork with xarious
bands is well knoun and people lou'
that steady beat , . . a wonderful
. , . this well-liked, thoughtful senior person to know . . . his ideal? Gene
enjoys all kinds of muslc. krupa - who else?
me ed' fi d
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. . . aspires to the legal branch of
the secretarial field . . . no one else
but amiable, fun-loving Allison.
, , Jo.-in P. 11.
Jerome L' Shangold llllercf is that lCt'Ulll'iC'.'
. 96 Cedar Lane
Riff-7 1 Straight forward, capable. and witty
gy destrilnrs this new member of the
, Class of '54 , . . "jerry" is against
1.1! prejudite oi any kind and prefers
ff," ix-, fl' to keep an opcn-mind at all times
, f' . . . thief dixersions are dancing
, and 1-leitrital ixpt r1nn'nt.itiun.
487 Beatrice Street
Barry's ideal is to find that "silver
lining" . . . ' ' c and
electronics rank first and second on
his list of favorite pastimes . . . a
sincere attitude and a light-hearted
classmate . .
for next fall.
"Zeke" a well-liked
. college is his goal
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246 Churchill Road
Baseball CMgr.J 10, 11, 12, Student
Service 10, 11, 12, Stage Crew 10,
11, 12, Hi-Y 11, 12, Hi-VVay lAdv.
Carl, helpful and industrious, has
contributed immeasurably to school
activities as baseball manager, '54
Hi-Way Advertising Editor, and in
other service capacities . . . eating
Chinese food and listening to good
music are his favorite pastimes . . .
james J. Sherry
Lynn C. Shepherd
1099 Belle Avenue
Tri-C 10 fPres.J, Tri-Hi-Y ll, 12,
Student Service 11. 12, Cheerleading
' , Hi-Way 12, Girls
71 4 Cornwall Avenue
"Red . . . so named for obvious
reasons . . . distinguished by the
class's brightest red hair, this swim-
ming and football enthusiast came to
Teaneck in the junior year from
Fordham Prep . . . an easy-going
nature has brought him many friends
in a short space of time.
10, 11, 12
Naturally curly brown hair, dancing
eyes, and a fun-loving personality
mark this peppy cheerleader . . .
Lynn's weakness for food hasn't
harmed her shapely figure in the
least . . . particularly skilled at
dancing and swimming . . . college-
bound Lynn is possessed with a
wonderful school spirit.
Roy A. Silbersdorff
1018 Haddon Place
German Club 10, 11, Photography
"Sil" hides an easy going, amiable
nature beneath his reserved exterior
. . . scpends a lot of time with his
car an photography . . . his wavy
hair is easily recognizable as is his
sincerity . . . friends and fun natur-
ally engulf his Teaneck memories.
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184 Grayson Place
Hi-Y 10, 11. 12, Student Service 10,
ll, 12, Student Council 10, 11, Bas-
ketball 10, 11, 12, Baseball 10, 11,
12, Soccer 10, 11, 12.
Another of Team-ck's topnotch ath-
letes, Rich is especially known for
his tremendous basketball ability . . .
one of the best-liked members of
the Class of '54 . . . the type of
friend that all friends should be
. . . known for his even-tempered
and fun-loving nature.
Myron Shorr Q
518 Odgen Avenue
Student Council 10, Baseball 11, 12,
Intramural Basketball 10, ll, 12,
Recreation Basketball 10, 11 , 1 2.
Many a time that greeting has filled
the corridors of old T.ll.S ....
"well, hi there!" . . . it's "My"
Shorr . . . noted for his ever present
witty remarks . . . his friendliness is
equalled by few . . . the senior year
and playing baseball for T.H.S. are
two of his most valued memories
. . . college bound.
Arlene Ruth Simon
608 Wyndham Road
Student Service 11, 12, Class Cabi-
net 11, Art Service Squad 10, Girls
League 10, 11, 12, Playcrafters 10,
11, Junior Classical League 10, Hi-
Way 11, 12.
Efficiency, straightforwardness, and
individualism . . . the memory of
Miss Curran's uncontrolled "con-
trolled digressionsv is well impressed
upon this active college bound, sen-
ior . . . interesting and energetic as
shown by her "Charleston' ability . . .
her spontaneous laugh is the outward
expression of warm nature that will
accompany her through college.
Allan H. Sipp
259 Highwood Street
iissketball 10, 11, 12, Baseball 10,
Tall "Al" is truly one of Teaneck's
outstanding personalities . . . has
contributed much talent to athletics
. . . foremost is his phenomenal ar-
rav of jokes and "wise cracks" . . .
all this adds up to a swell SUY, a
hit Wherever he goes.
Carol Anne Slack
522 Sagamore Avenue
Art Service Squad 12.
Tall and talented, Caro1's interests
are exuemely varied, from drawing
to collecting jazz records . . . also
a roller skating fan , . . "cattineSs"
is a trait which has no worth in her
opinion . . . art school will prepare
her for a future in that field.
1409 Milford Terrace
Girls 1..L'rllIllL' 10, 11, 12g Student
Service ltlg lli-Nlhly 12, Student
Council ll. I
llltlllll, hllle-eyed "Bex"' is addicted
to convertibles and Italian food . . .
her triends uill remember her for'
her sinterity .ind understanding . . .
she NX ill never torget the Class of '53
. . . Benny Goodman, skating, and
art'round out her interests . . . "AS
a matter of factf' she'll enter Art
School come fall.
Betty jane Slater
1130 Magnolia Road
Choir 10, Art Service Squad 10, 11,
12. tTreas.lg Girls League 10, 11,
Te-lli News 12, Hi-1Vay 12, French
Betty is typified by her eagerness,
wavy brown hair. and pleasing sense
of humor . . . Teaneck Ten Minus
Three Dixieland Band rates high
with her . . , admires a sense of
humor and consideration in her
friends . . . this college bound
student is sure to go far.
Barbara D. Spiro
388 Stlgfllttlllfl' .'xl't'7llH'
Girls Leayzue 10, 11, 124 Red Cross
10, 11, 12, Class Cahinet 125 Sen-
ior Choir 103 Te-Ili News 12.
Friendly, llappy-go-lllcky "Bobby"
has .1 bright enthusiastic slnile and a
gn-.lt sense ot humor .... ldmits
her weakness tor food and men
fi' 2" . . . business school will claim
this red-headed, freckle-faced lass
Thomas I. Smith
518 West Englewood Avenue
Football 115 Baseball 12.
Tall, dark, and handsome describes
none other than "Tom" . . . his wit
and personality are enjoyed by all
who know him . . . Tom considers
his house in Manasquan his most
valuable possession . . . has interests
encompassing many fields among
which are mechanics, baseball, and
Louise E. Smithers
37 Berlforrl Avenue
Girls League 10, Iunior Choir 11.
'tSmitty" . . . possessor of houndless
pep .ind energy, she is another ol
the many lovers of Teaneck sporting
events . . . a good friend, she as-
sures a good time hy her presence
. . . Italian food to her is a real
delicacy . . . plans to be a nurse.
Theodore C. Stcphani 10:30 p, 31,
IH I-ffllmv Plflff' ik S Sozlium tetm4'l1loriz1e plus llllllllllllllll llf'CflllC yiellls . .
Ifootlmll 10, 11, 12, NYU-stllng 10, G '
Blond, good-lookiml, well-huilt, ath- I A
letic . . . llllll to this ll mood person- ,. i I 2'
ality and you have the .nlswer to ' 3,
any girl! dre.lm . . . suceessful on li
both gridiron and mats, "Ted" also I 59
shows an affinity for cars and
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juclith Lee Sterling
1319 Fayette Street
Sports Club 105 Red Cross 105 lntra-
mural llasketball 10. ll, 125 Intra-
mural Baseball 10, ll, 125 Leader's
Club ll, 125 Choir ll, 125 Travel
Club 115 Cirls League 115 Play-
erafters 12, Class Cabinet 11, 125
Intramural llockey 105 Senior Li-
brary Council ll, 125 Student Serv-
ice 125 lli-VVay 12.
"Indy" is just about the most active
girl around . . . her vivacious and
sparkling personality make her a hit
everywhere . . . loves dancing and
sports of all varieties and possesses
the usual feminine weaknesses for
new clothes and convertibles . . .
Paul R. Stewart
1606 Rugby Road
Library Council 105 Operetta 115
Student Countil 105 lll-NVay -12.
fllus. 1241.15 Active Atoms 125 llllle
A lover of dixieland jan, "Str-xy"
also enjoys skiing, swimming and all
other sports . . . admits a weakness
for Florida, blondes, and converti-
bles . . . easily recognized with his
crew cuts and horn rimmed glasses
. . . college is in the future for
this well-liked senior.
David T. Teschner
529 Sagamore Avenue
Soccer 10, 11, 125 Basketball 105
Wrestling 125 Hi-Y 10, ll, 125
Class Cabinet 11, 12.
A terrific sense of humor molded
about a touch of sarcastic wit is in
the possession of this fine athlete and
student . . . an all-county soccer
choice, congenial "XVhitey" is al-
ways prepared to unleash one of his
inimitable bits of humor . . . future
Thomas 1. Thomas
21 Fenimore Road
Rifle Club 115 Hi-Y 11, 125 Siu-
dent Service 115 German Club 115
Baseball 11, 12.
Tom is a thoroughly well-liked and
pleasant guy . . . enjoys playing all
sports, especially baseball, horseback
riding, and traveling . . . appreciates
promptness and sincerity in others
. . . dislikes excessive homework
. . . architecture is in the future.
Marlene joy Stolpen
408 Ogden Anenuc
French Club 11, 12, fSec,yJ5 Art
Serxice League 115 Playcrafters 115
Hi-NVay 125 Student Council 125
Girls League 12.
Marlene possesses sparkling brown
eyes and a sweet smile . . . she
personifies her ideal, happiness , . .
appreciates sincerity and a good
personality in others . . . a talented
artist, she also enjoys dancing, popu-
lar n.usie, and tennis.
john M. Thompson
84 Oakdene Avenue
The strong, silent type, john admits
his own bashfulness . . . we can
assert his quiet manner doesn't
hinder his amiability and witty
sense of humor . . . enjoys baseball,
music, and meteorology . . . pro-
Eleanor Marie Tinsley
35 Canterbury Court
Red Cross Club 105 Leaders Club 10,
115 Travel Club 12.
Blond, blue-eyed "Ellie" has every
intention of being a nurse . . .
she seems well-qualified to do so
too . . . she's neat, dependable
and what's more, well liked . . .
gains enijoyment from popular music,
T,lg.S. ootball games, and basket-
Sally Elizabeth Taft
1174 Sussex Road
Student Council 10, 11, 125 Student
Scryiee 10, 11, 125 Class Cabinet
115 lfrencb Club ll, 125 lli-Yvay
l1.iterary Staffl 125 Girls League 125
Playerafters 10, 115 Junior Classical
League 105 1.ll.l7. 12.
A whirlwind of activity-energetic,
etfervescent "Sal" has as many tastes
as varied moods . . . an accom-
plished clancer, she is also a devotee
of good music--from Chopin to
jazzfliterature, and the theatre . . .
mentally agile . . . possessed of a
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496 Sunderland Roarl
Student Council 10, 11, 125 Girls
League 10, ll, 125 junior Classical
League 105 Class Cabinct 11, 125
Student Service 10, 11, 125 Play-
crafters 10, 11, 12.
Slender and attractive, Carol is a
well known figure around Teaneck
High School . . . her class spirit,
mature intelligence, and eager par-
ticipation in many projects make her
a popular and much needed member
ofthe class of '54 . . . Carol's gener-
osity and capability are appreciated
by all who know her.
Te-Hi News 114 Playcrafters ll,
Cirls League 10, 11, 124 Senior
Cabinet CM. at L.J 12g Hi-NVay
tAdv. Stattj 12.
You will always recognize "Pat" by
her laugh! . . . a very unassuming
person, the kind you can't help lik-
ing . . . her blond hair and green
eyes are outstanding, as is her witty
disposition . . . a real football en-
. . . will attend nursing
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Donald L. Vaccon
620 Chestnut Avenue
Rifle Club 11, 12.
A reserved and shy nature fail to
cover up "Vay's" sincerity and
school spirit . . . trade school is in
the oHring for him with his mechani-
cal aptness . . . an expert with a
rifle, popular and piano music pin-
point his interests!
David B. Thompscn
607 Linrlrn Afrnm'
llifle Club lil, llg 'l'r.ixi'l Club 10g
llaselmll lil, ll, 12, Physics Club
"l7.xu"' hopes to take up Physics in
college next year . . . one of our
most rabid baseball fans. he has
been a most helpful and valuable
baseball manager for three years . . .
a lover of science and chemistry, his
high school memories will remain
with him forever.
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Bette Lou WValsh
44 Bennett Road
Cheerleading CCapt.l 10, 11, 123
Class Cabinet 125 Little Brown ,lug
11, 123 Art Service Squad 124 Te-Hi
News 11, Ili-Way CCir.J 10g Choir
11g Cirls League 10, 11, 12.
The warmest of smiles and a dis-
tinctive Boston accent identify Tea-
neck's vivacious cheerleading cap-
tain . . . blue-eyed and blond,
Bt-tte's a natural booster of school
spirit . . . lil-ces dancing, ice-skating,
watching football . . . a sparkling
personality . . . always animated . . .
Anita May VVardly
709 Linden Avenue
Tri-Hi-Y 11. 125 Red Cross 10, Bio4
logy 105 Travel 11, 12, Rifle Club
It is not often that T.H.S. is graced
with a person so sincere as Anita
. . . a person with a fun loving
nature rates high with her . . . her
ideal? VVest Point Cadets . . . noth-
ing but success can come from her
William john Trcmbath
210 Lurvli Aivnue
Te-lli News ll, 12.
ank iiicliviilualist v'il7i-.it-our" llill
is iiotetl tlirougliout I.ll.S. lor his
ique style ol' writing . . . takes
pride lu the lnts ot ''Tri-uilvatluanl'
at bait' .ippearetl ui the "'l'e-Ili
'Yi-us" tor the past tuo yi-ars .
f'n'ui's lmseliall and popular ilieluilivs.
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Anthony M. Tulli
1117 Congress Avenue, YV. E.
Football 10, 11, 12g Base-ball 10, 11,
Tony will long be remembered for
his contributions to 'l'.H.S. football
and his fabulous build . . . ltalian
food is his greatest weakness . . .
reading about hot rods and listening
to hillfbilly music are Tony's favorite
appreciates in others
pastimes . . . 4 4
what he himself is associated with
. . . a good sense of humor.
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Eileen Ann Waters
1298 Beaumont Avenue
Girls League 10, ll, 125 Student
Council 125,8tudent Service 105 Ili-
Beautiful clothes, attractive eyes,
warm nature, cuteness . . . a mer-
ger of these desirable characteristics
will produce a girl such as Eileen
. . . loyal T.H.S. football fan . . .
in an unobtrusive way Eileen man-
ages to attract the friendship of all
who know her..
Leslie Carol Weiss
490 Beverly Road
Sports Club 10, fSec'yl5 Leaders
Cub 11, 125 Red Cross Club 10, ll,
125 Marching Band 105 Intramural
Sports 10, ll, 125 Art Service Squad
10. 11, 125 Te-Hi News 125 German
Club 105 Playcrafters 125 Class
Cabinet 11, 125 Girls League 12.
Naturally curly hair and long eye
lashes mark this extremely active and
valuable member of the Class of
'54 . . . "Les" excels in everything
from art and music to s orts an
writing . . . neatness andp sincerity
makes her one of the most pleasant
persons to know.
487 Martense Avenue
Bowling Club 105 Library Council
Easy-going "Stan" possesses one of
the most famous haircuts in the
class . . . its length causes one to
look twice . . . always a sharp
dresser. Stan is a lover of dancing,
boating, and-women . . . wonder-
ful humor will aid him in college.
Joyce Crayce Whitehouse
876 Red Road
Student Service 10, 11, 125 Girls
League 10, 11, 125 Class Cabinet
11, 125 Hi-Way Staff 12.
Even without her soft, naturally curly
blond hair, beautiful clothes, and
sense of humor, "Joy" would be a
wonderful person to know . . . the
fact that she does possess them
adds to the chann of this gay lass
Swill remember everything about
Julie Ann Watson
913 River Road
Intramural Basketball 10, 11, 125
Intramural Baseball 10, 11, 125 Red
Cross 10, 11, 12 tTreas.J5 Te-Hi
News 125 Girls League 10, 11, 125
Playcraftcrs 10, 12.
Blue eyed "Jules" . . . always dresses
a la mode . . . down to white bucks
. . . possesses s ecial talent for mak-
ing pcople laugh . . . sincere Dodger
rooter, she is friendly even to Yankee
fans . . . plans for a career in Social
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David E. Wikander
1656 Irene Court
Wrestling 10, 11, 12.
"Dave's" swimming ability and in-
terest undoubtedly influence his
unique dream qf being a frog man
. . . known for his fine build and
amiability . . . has concentrated his
athletic ability upon wrestling in
High School . . . looking forward to
a Navy career.
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Susan jane Weber
1008 Grace Terrace
Tri-Hi-Y 10 ll, 125 Senior Choir
115 Travel Club 125 Red Cross 12.
Warm naturcd and comparatively
quiet, "Sweet Sue" is known for her
wonderful taste in clothes and beau-
tiful complexion . . . finds relaxation
in piano playing and sewing . . .
swoons over Eddie Fisher . . . ex-
tremely impressed by Mrs. Russell's
"cure-all" aspirin . . . a secretarial
Patricia Anne Wilbur
277 Johnson Avenue
Leader's Club 11, 125 Band 11, 12.
Pat is a lover of music and has won
many awards for her work in the
T.H.S. orchestra and band . . . her
favorite sport is hockey . . . nursing
school is Pat's goal for the future
. . . she is a person who takes a
sincere interest in others . . . will
remember her friends at Teaneck
Lewis F. Willey
1499 Sussex Road, W. E.
Baseball 11, 12- Soccer 10, 11, 125
Intramural Basketball 10, . 11, 125
Hi-Y 11, 125 Choir 12.
Lew's friendly and unforgettable
laugh have won him many friends
. . . baseball and soccer are his
favorite sports . . . next to managing
the Yankee's he would like to go to
college . . . good-natured Lew will
be depriving the Senior Choir of a
fine voice when he graduates.
james Louis Winn
1091 Julia Street
Football 10, ll, NYrestling 105
One dot-sn't meet up with a person
like "jim" too oftenfantl it's really
a shame, for his friendly, fun-loving
nature makes him a llreat companion
. . . a football star both at Teaneclt
in New York, where he spent
part uf his senior year.
1354 Hiner Road, YV. E.
Rifle Club 10, Hi-Y 12.
Speed keynotes 1Iowie's interests . . .
expressed in his ki-enness for boats
and ears . . . a fine personality lies
beneath his quiet nature . . . en-
joys swimming and popular tunes
. . . he admires athletic prowess in
others . . . hopes to enter Rutgers in
t i i Tiff
James Arthur Yeaton
-365 Eclgemcood Avenue, XV. E.
Photography Club 11, German Club
10 11 19
Constantly on hand to help a friend,
easygoing jimmy's friendship is
xalued highly by all who know him
. . . photography is his favorite
hobby . . . confides that hamburgers
are his weakness . . . tennis and
classical music are also favorites . . .
college is underscored on jim'S
Donald A. YVitmondt
906 River Road
'l'e-Ili News 10, ll, 12, Student
Service 10, 11, 12g Spanish Club
10, 11, Hi-XVay 12, Intramural Bas-
ketball 10, 12.
Iligh on tall, goodalooking Don's list
of interests are sports, notably bas-
ketball . . . perhaps the fact that he's
so ''down-to-earth" himself accounts
for his ability to get along with
everyone . . . college won't dim
fond memories of T,II.S. graduation.
Patricia Margot W'olfe
895 Queen Anne Road
Hi-XVay 11, 12, Te-Hi News 11,
Girls League 10, 11g Playcrafters 105
Senior Cabinet 12.
Petite, friendly Pat is famous for her
gray skirts, and happy laugh . . .
wavy, blond hair and a good sense
of humor are added assets . . .
she likes nothing better than travel-
ing and eating hamburgers
conceited boys are her pet
. . . she will continue her education
p eev e
Arthur E. Wittmer
413 Briarclige Road
Rifle Club 10.
"Art" admits a tremendous weakness
for specimens of the female gender
. . . this even-tempered football fan
has as his ideal a combination of
the traits of Mr. Moore and Mr.
XVinn . . . school starts much too
early" . . . amateur cartoonist . . .
326 Pleasant Place
Rifle Club 10, 11, 12, Bowling Club
10, 11, 12g VVrestling 10, 11. 12,
German Club CV. 1'res.l 10, 11, 125
Biology Club 10, Chess Club 11, 12.
Intense and purposeful . . .' Claus
holds a Bergen County championship
proficiency at chess . . .
tempers his intellectual pursuits with
dramatics and wrestling . . . always
punctual, he expects the same qual-
ity in others . . . values frankness,
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NVashington: Friendly metropolis of democracy and freedom. NVhere
else can be found both the XYhite llouse and the llotel lCbhitt? Seeking to
broaden their education. the Class of '54 made an already historical journey
to their nations capital on Nlarch 23-25. 1954.
Despite the painfully early hour of departure. everyone reported to the
high school in time-everyone except the buses. This slow start didn't
dampen our high spirits. however. for the boys' water pistols had already
taken care of that. New 195-1 model squirt guns came equipped with large,
built-in reservoirs. at low. low prices.
XVithin no time. via the train ride. with its stale box lunches, bunny
hops, and buses with 'ifunnyl' drivers. we arrived at Annapolis. The girls
limped along in their heels. admiring the Niiddies marching to class. Eyes
front, hupl A look at the beautiful chapel with the "XVedding Cake" dome
and a glance at john Paul jones' crypt and we soon pulled in front of the
Ebbitt. Itis a real hotel. with a lobby and one pea-sized elevator. Girls
were immediately whisked up to ninth and tenth Hoorsg boys on first and
second, chaperones manned the doors to the stairway.
After a rapid meal, best described as more quantity than quality, we
raced into our buses for a quick view of XVashington at night. That over
with, we relaxed in twos and threes in preparation for curfew. This was
XVashington after dark-cramped hotel rooms. garishly lit and smoke filled,
in masculine quarters. cigars and pails of water-each man for himself.
Upstairs chaperones were cracking down. Potato chips gave way to bobby
pins, and so to bed.
YVe rose with the sun and the Ebbitt's six a. m. telephone service, but
continued to sleep through a breakfast of champions Cping pong. maybej.
A crisp green rustle in the Bureau of Printing and Engraving finally snapped
us awake, but we were disappointed-no souvenirs.
NVheeee Went the elevator ride up the XVashington monument, and when
our stomachs caught up with us we got out and looked at the bird's eye
view encircled beneath us. At the Smithsonian's Medical Nluseum, we spent
a few brisk moments admiring the pieces of pickled Homo Sapiens, and then
off to the F. B. l. The suspicious looks cast by the C-Nlen made us all feel
like security risks, but once inside, the guides were young and handsome,
and described bloody murders in melting southe'n drawl. Clutching our
bullet ridden .souvenirs of the pistol range. we sped 'ihomei' certain of the
marksmanship of justice.
The girls unwittingly lost all hopes of marriage by touching the grinning
ornaments on the Pan American Building staircase. That put them into an
appropriately solemn mood for the changing of the guard at Arlington.
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The next stop was Xlount Yernon. where the indecisive sun of morning
finally shone forth from a lieautiful hlue sky. The view was lovely. the
honse handsome. the tomli nice. and the photographer halmy. "On your
knees. girls!" he shouted. spreading his "magic carpet". "Say Reece."
"Hubba, hulmha. that's good."
Ciatnaps on the hus ride hack repaired our elastic spirits for an evening
of 'iindividual pleasure." Followed hy chaperones. we chose to go to movies,
swimming. or our rooms. Later. the tide swept in on the second floor and
hilarity prevailed once more. Finally. curfew fell. and hours after that. the
last stragglers were packed off to lied.
Suhdued hut awake, we packed and trotted ohediently through the zoo.
Boys learned a trick or two from the monkeysg everyone envied the sleeping
hears. XVe whizzcd through the NYhite Ilonse and glanced in transit through
the Mellon Art Gallery. Back at the hotel, pangs of hunger were soothed
with the last meal to he eaten in XVashington.
XVith scarcely time to digest our lunch. we were herded into the lohhy,
liaggage and all. Last glimpses of the Iibbitt were caught as the huses
departed and hastened toward the capitol huilding. where we were fasci-
nated hy the chamher of whispers. and entertained hy a Senate in rare fo
Last stragglers were caught up into the waiting huscs and we sped away
from XYashington. NVe arrived in Baltimore with four minutes to spare and
most of us took advantage of the leisure time to stretch our legs, while
others stocked up on candy. and the more fortunate ones. who still had
water pistols and ambition for pumping. reloaded. The train. of course,
was promptg luckily. so were the seniors. As soon as we were out of Balti
more. dinner was served in the forty-seat dining car. XYe had to ea
shifts and make it snappy.
After the hasty meal. many of us chose to drown our hearthurn w
harmony. while others loungcd or slept. All too soon. we arrived at Eliza
beth and wearily plodded into the huses which were to deliver us safe and
sound Qasleepj to our lonely parents and soft. soft beds
Who Could Ever Forget. ..
Ronnie Crober's jazz band?
Lew YVilley tormenting his teachers?
The chorus line in the Hi-Y-Student Council Show ?
The cheering of the Teaneck stands atlthe Thanksgiving Came?
The wild Sophomore Picnic and the parties that followed?
Toni and Bruce? I
Russ Brummer's hook shot. ,L
Miss Hill's gentle ways? ' 3
Dom Bruno in Miss Busche's chem class?
Mr. Rea's "Big Beans? and "Little Beansn? ' 4,
Meri Canale and her green convertible? K ' I
Marty Olsen's fight and determination sparking the football team?
Mr. Moore acting out Shakespearean works? t
Eileen Korb's wit? l ' If 5
Don Coellneris rell- hair? r ' I "
That smile of pleasure on Mr. XVinn,s face when one of his jokes went over big?
The Satans, the Vikiugsg the Ashacks and the Rams?
The hydroged sulfideexperiments in chemistry?
How adept we became at avoiding starvation by eating our lunch in the fifth
period classcs?' Q
Miss Lee versus'Mr. Follyattar?
lBill Roe leading a raid onfthe sedond Hoor with a fire extinguisher at WVashington?
'lB1ack Peteilkfrieclpiaii? 1 ,
The 'blur thutwvas Hal Kugelmanin the senior class picture at Mount Vernon?
The size bf jirrfmy Gilbeffs lunches? X
Ron Battafaraiids haircut?
l ach Smallheeris "teamier" soccer team?
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' Mi. Corkery's "Let's get squared awayn?
jimmy Con1as"'Greek Chariotu?
"Bearcatv'Bill Boggs clearing the boards at the second Hackensack game while
X I Russ Brummer and Bruce Patte bottled up the cometis all-state center to lead
1 - Us to victory?
, jerry F aeth's walk?
Bobbin Inn after the Senior Fall Dance?
Dissecting frogs and worms in Biology?
Don Codwinis subtle humor?
The five straight students tying for first place in the senior class?
Our Senior cheerleaders,-Betty Lou, judy, and Lynn?
Chet Martine and Russ Brummer singing romantic duets in the Hi-Y Show?
Our undefeated junior high teams?
Rosemarie Oelze and Lew NVilley?
John Brill's way of talking?
Mr. McCalmont's "Break the Bank? and pet worms?
Rose Bassettis quiet manners?
The Senior Class Party and Boat Ride?
The weather at all of the dances held by the Class of '54?
The Class of 1954?
Maffm T Abrams LIVIHZSKOH B-lkil' BJl79tU BH'bflSh Earle Ross Bassett Ronald G Battafirano Marian Ann
James Edward Ellen Marie Bischoff Cmorgc- Albert jane Ann Bolte Jerry Brown lunmth R
Bergholt Bogert jr BUYZGT If
One of the most cherished and distinguishing awards
which a senior can receive is that of membership in the
National Honor Society Approximately Hfteen per cent of
the graduating class is elected annually by the admmis
tration faculty and student body to be inducted 1nto this
society Members must have displayed outstanding quali
ties of citizenship leadership, scholarship, and service
during their years at Teaneck High School and must be
ln the upper third of their class
Richard joseph Janet Alice Clark Catherine Delores James Michael D Aleo
Robert T, Dodd, jr. Harold William
Richard Benner IN ora Davidian
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Katharine I. Galbraith
Donald Allen Carmen Maria
Peter C. Friedman
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Each year the WVomans Club of Teaneck
bestows upon .1 prrtlcularly outstandrng mem
ber of the graduatmg class the hrghly prrzed
Plaque Award It IS awarded to the senror
who has best exemphfied the character tralts
necessary for honor soclety membershrp and
who has best upheld the tradrtrons of Teaneck
The Class of 1954 the adrnmrstratlon, and
the faculty are xery happy to congratulate
thrs years w1nner
Ma,-ya jo Roof Jayne Madelme Gary Wrllram
Carl Hugh Shuster Paul Rundro Stewart Sally Ehzabeth Taft
Gail Rose Hirsch Ann Esther Howard Ann M. Jaffe Iudith Ann LoBuono Adrienne Lucie Edward A-
Mamclian Manuhan, jr.
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Arlene Esta Segal Lynn Carol Shepherd
Carol Frances Thyssen Pafflf-18 Anne Wllbef
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Starting with a win over Ridgewood, the Teaneck
High football team experienced a season that saw
them emerge with a record of four wins, three losses
and one tie. Memorable games included the Leonia
and Hackensack encounters, both of which filled the
stadium to overflowing.
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The end of the 1953 soccer season hrought to a close
onc ol' the most successful years in the history of the sport
nt Teiineclc lligh School. The lligglixvaiy hooters turned
in ii T-S3-73 record and tied with Englewood for the league
Although their success wus due mainly to their ability
to work as ai tezun. the llighwaiynicn may uttrihute much
of their success to the outstanding zlhility of such players
als Ceorgc Nlurphy. Drive Tescluier, Chet Xlairtine and
Dick Sinller. and the exceptional coaching of Leonaird
Among thc seusoifs inemoraihlc moments were the 1-0
opt-ning ganne victory against the Plches on the Plains
at XVest Point and the tie with powerful Kearny.
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Sitting: lluuch, Bogert, Moore. Croher, Martine. Niurphy, Simler, Lilien-
thzil, R. Hassett, Teschrier. Perry. Stumlingl: Leonard Siuallhcer, coach,
Leroy Goldin, assistant umuzigerg Knplnn. l5l.ick, llotfnnin, Ansel, Has-
brouck, Niartire, Danielson, Fitch, Gilbert. Dahl. XYilley, Cille, Callaway,
l, Hassett. Nlonuhim, Axon, jnlil, Ninnuhrui, llowiikrulil, Ashman, Barbush,
Ni:-rryimin, Goodwin, Ken Burner. ununiuer.
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Although playing in tht- toughvst ICLIQIIU in tho staltv.
the high scoring 'I'c-znicck High School huskcthzlll tvznn
L-olnplm-tvci 11 sixtt-L-n gains sclwdiilc with ann ontstnncling
twvlw- and four wuml. Clt-iwmlly I'l'gill'lilKl us om- of
the iincst tennis in the area. the Highwnyincn gain:-cl u
tie for se-cond plow in the N.N..I.I.L. hvhincl stutc chann-
pion Cliifsidv Park and proximlc-tl their fans with un ox-
citing and never-to-he-forgotten season.
c,lItStilIlCiiIlQ,' cw-iits during tht- SPLISUH wc-rc tlu- two
gzuncs in which thv squad scored ovvr ont- hundred
pointsg winning the second gznnc against Hzickcnsuck to
tie for sc-cond plan-og and the outstanding spirit and tcznn- L
work clispluycd hy the squad.
Hs-rh Hollon, lid Ilnnnntirs, .intl Al Sipp.
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HH 'l'z'imiix' 419
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Second Team All-County
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The wrestling team enjoyed another successful year
under the tutelage of coach Ferris Blackwood and as-
sistant coach Charles Gunner. Because of an early
season upset loss to Leonia. the grapplers had to be
content with a tie for the league championship with
Fairlawn, a team which they had beaten badly in their
one match with them. All in all. the Highwaymen
earned an outstanding seven and two record and
placed fifth in the State Championships at Elizabeth.
Among the many outstanding members of the team
were state heavyweight champion Ed Rutseh, Dick
Danielson, Einar Thorsland, and Ted Stephani. all of
whom performed outstandingly at Elizabeth.
Co-Captains Ed Rutsch and Pete Friedman
with head coach Ferris Blackwood.
LENNY NOVVACK and DON SCOTT
Lcd hy Ed Rude and co-captains
George- Nlurphy and Blurty Olscn, thc
Teancck High haschull squad camo
through in finc style to hccomc one of
the he-st and most fcared huseball
teams in thc county. Coach joe Cer-
yino successfully combined tl host of
veterans and some outstanding sopho-
inorcs into 21 lcugue-lcudiiig tczun.
Englt-wood nt 'l'v.uu'c'k
'l'vnaHy :xl TcnncL'k
llidgcuood nt Tciunck
Tcancck at Rigdclicld Pnrk
Tcancck nt Ruthcrford
Cliffsidc Park nt 'l'caxm-ck
Lconin ut Tcanvck
Tcnncck All Ridgcwood
Tenncck at IiLlCkl'llS1ll'k
Tcnnvck nt Englvwood
Bogota :lt 'l'cuns-ck
'l'0nncck nt Tcnully
Ridgclim-ld Park at Tcancck
Ruthcrford at Tl'.lllC'L'k
Tvancck at Clillsidc Park
'l'cnnL'ck ut Bogota
Tc-nm-ck nt Leoniu
lluckcusuck nt 'l'viuu'ck
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Dick Cnlhiwny, Lcw XVillcy, Dick Simlcr, Al Sipp, Marty Olsen,
Kcn Ala-xiuiilcr, C1-orgc Murphy, :uid Tony 'l'ulli.
MR. JOSEPH CERVINO
' Cntchcrs: Boh xlllllllilfil, Daw- Trschnf-r,
and john VVNSS.
Outfimlde-rs Rom Basgett, lun Alcxmder
George Niurphv, and Tony Tulh
Pltchcrs Xfyrun Shorr, Liv Baku L4w VV1llc-X Huh Hullon md hd Hudn
In 1 sr 1lSOll that XVIS donnn.1tcd by
tht pilLIl0IlltIlJi pc rformt111LLs of
Herb Hollon, the TL.1nLtk High tr 1ck
squad earned 1 respectable record
xgnnst competition regarded as the
btst Bugen Lountx has mer pro-
duced Hollon, without 21 doubt the
finest 1thlete uer to reprc sent Tea-
ncds Ill tr mls and field ptrformed the
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Ins ments 111 uery 0116 ot Teaiiccifs
tight mtets of the regular season.
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xe.1r 111 tl1e sport Herb competed 111
tl1e 100 ward dash 770 ward d1sh
and the bIOld jump, 1ga1nst the best
th 1t thc county h1d to offer The f1n-
t1st1L records tl1.1t he h1s 1st.1bl1sl1c d
should stand for many wars, and the
mtmorx ot the uniting season which
lm has proxidcd should stand for ""
Illdlly H1016 hd Hauehs conslstently
fine showinffs 111 the hurdles were -- -
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Kocppc-1, lirlinoff, Ansel, Arizinundi
O'Conner, johnson, Stmnh, Bitowski,
Adams, B1-rg. Burk RmL'.' Dobos, lgnall,
Farina, Lgiuh, Streckiuss, Bnron, Herwitt
Crowley, Sh:-h and Couch Slodowski
Kneclmg, Pc-tr Frndman jerry Faeth Ron Bxttaffxr mo and Ed Rutsch
Standmg Paul Ep5tem Andy Niendelsohn John Trrellcr Bob Brown and Armr Bxhnsen
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perform.1nLc, unnplctrng the 5e.15on xuth '1 respectable
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CROSS COUNTRY SCORES
Teanec k Opp
Pxtcrson Enst Side
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Cu LdPfd1l1S D -X150 andOBr1en Kneelmg Churnhnnn Bug Fxelds Ignall Laub Brody indHoxu1l Stunzlxnf, D Aleo
Wlfh Cvllh -'kmllrull Fanna Lowenthal Cohen Coanh Andersen OBIIKH Ep5te1n Foster Srhxmrtzkopf
Kneeling: Russ Brummer and Noel Fricke.
Bernstein and Paul Brody. Second Row,
Standing: Harold Boggiano, Norman Kur-
land, and Harry Berg. Buck Row: Harold
Burdge and Stanley Levy.
In keeping with a Teaneck
tradition, the blue and white
netmen appeared to be headed
for another successful season.
Led by veteran seniors Russ
Bruminer and Noel Fricke, and
junior Paul Baker, the Highway-
inen were gunning for their
eighth league championship in
ten years. Prominent among
others expected to help the team
in the defense of its title were
Pete Bernstein, Harry Berg, Paul
5 Brody and Harold Burdge.
First Row, Standing: Paul Baker, Pete TENNIS SCHEDULE
Teaneck at Ridgewood
Lodi at Te-:meek
Teaneck at Rutherford
Fair Lawn at Teaneck
Hackensack at Team-ck
Tenaily at Teaneek
Teaneck at Lodi
Teaneck at Englewood
Ridgewood at Teaneck
Teaneck at Fair Lawn
Rutherford at Teaneek
, . Teaneek at Hackensack
Teaneck at Tenatiy
Englewood at Teaneek
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Melinda Acosta, treasurer.
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VVl1itc elephant auctions, a variety show in conjunction with the
Hi-Y, and various other service projects were zunong the many
achievements of the Student Council. A fine staff of officers and
two understanding advisers contributed greatly to the success of
Officers for 1953-54 were Livingston Baker, presidentg Bill
O'Shaugnessy, vice presidentg Nora Davidian, secretaryg and Me-
linda Acosta, treasurer. Miss Isabel Meyers and Miss Mary Lee
Getting ready for the auction
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duties handled hy members of the Student Service
this year. Many students assisted with office work
and ushered at school functions, while others at the
hospitality desk oilered help to visitors to the school.
Under the eapahle guidance of its sponsor, Nlr. james
Shroek, the Student Service maintained order through-
out the bustling hulls of Teaneck High. ' A ,
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Twenty-Sixth Y:-ur of Publication -- First Place - C.S.P.A. - '53. '54
Behind closed doors each month many
budding journalists gather to write, plan,
eidt, and produce our award-winning
paper, the Te-Hi-News. The staff this
year, composed of many expert veterans
and guided by its capable new adviser,
Miss Yineentine Cundari, is headed by
Babette Barbash as editor-in-chief and
includes Ann Jaffe, Lois Mueller, Iames
Gilbert, Vincent O'I3rien, jake Herz,
Charles Rosenbaum, Harold Feuchter,
Nan Budde, Steven Bxarbash, and Isabel
Marcus. Its loyal subscribers are justly
proud of these hard working students
who earnestly strive to make our Te-Hi-
MISS VINCENTINE CUXDARI
Steven Barbash, editorial assistant, Ann Jaffe, news editor, Nan Budde,
editorial assistant, Babette Barbash, editor-in-chief, Isabel Marcus, ex-
change editorg jake Herz, associate advertising editor, Vincent O'Brien,
assistant Sports editor, James Gilbert, sports editor, Charles Rosenbaum,
associate advertising editorg Lois Ann Mueller. assistant nevvs editorg
associate advertising editor, Lois Ann Mueller, assistant news editor, Harold
Feuchter, 'photography editor, Martin Abrams assistant photography editor.
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ANNJAFFE HAL FEUCHTER HBICHLBERT
News Editor Photography Editor Sports Editor
Under the capable leadership of President Ross Bassett
and an outstanding group of officers, the Hi-Y enjoyed an
extremely successful year. XVith the guidance of the ad-
visers, Nlr. XVilliam C. Moore and Mr. Herbert Orel, an
active membership of seventy-six took part in a multitude
of activities and service projects. Outstanding among these
were the Hi-Y Dance, the Hi-Y Assembly, the induction
ceremony, the animal Father and Son Dinner, assistance to
the Athletic Council and Red Cross at home athletic games,
'Y waiting at school dinners, and performing assembly rituals.
The year was climaxed by a very successful variety show.
Sitting: Donald Goellner, chaplain, Ross Bassett, president,
Dick Danielson, treasurer. Standing: Kenneth Burger,
secretaryg Russ Brummer and jim Gilbert, co-historians.
Camera Shy: George Bogert, vice president.
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Speaker from Norway. Father and Son Dinner.
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Llttle Broun J ug
Record blfllxlllg attendance and excellent leidershrp Inade the
Lrttle Brown jugs tenth year the best ex er for Teaneclx teenagers
Credlt IS due the Board of Managers headed bv the Jugs first grrl
presrdent Blbettc B ufhrsh md the other conscrentmus officers Chuck
Barrmger, was presldent udx I'IOI'WltL tI'L1SlllCI' Klt Cllbrfuth
secretarx ind Cllllly obst Ll8COI'1t1OIlS ch urmrn lopullr bands
colorful decoratrons and CIlthl1S1dSt1C danung resulted rn contmuous
Saturday mght successes .
JLDITH HORWITZ VIRGIYIA JOBST
Trcasurer Dacvraixons Chaxrman 112
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MARJORIE CHARY STUART DIXON DONALD FIELDS DICK PFEIFFER
NIARK ZIMMERMAN ANNE BEAVEN STEVEN BARBASH SUSAN KAESTNER
HAROLD FEUCHTER NAN BLDDE
MR W ALLACE GIBBLE
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MISS 'XELLIE JAMES
MR. G. DONALD MAIRS
Senior Band Concert
In keeping with the tradition established by past Teaneck bands,
the 1953-54 organization was recognized as one of the finest in the
state. Under the capable direction of Mr. C. Donald Mairs, they
performed at pep assemblies, football games, and the annual band
concert, which concluded the season in typically line style.
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Front Row: Str-lla Roberts, juni- Bertinatti and Toni Moest. Middle Row: Cinnv XVeste-rlund I' ' L ' 1 1
Ginny Sm-lson, Carol Lcvang, Linda Fri-et and Audrey Michel! Buck Row: Evelyn Bcrtolucciz s
Rose Marie Schneider, CL-orgia Mukris, Nancy Schuster, Qrlene Silber, and Kay Schroeder, j Ulf 1
Assemblies wouldnlt be the same without the Teaneck High School
Choir which this year, for the first time, plays a Vital part in Thursday
morning rituals. Under the ahle direction of Mr. Lawrence Hayford,
the choir was featured in the annual Christmas'production as well as
the successful Spring Concert- in March which was enjoyed by all. -
Lift. LAXVRENCE HAYFORD
Our future Broadway stars had a busy season with two
successful productions-'Our Miss Brooksv as their annual
fall play. and a one-act comedy, "The Roman Kidf, pre-
sented at a spring assembly. All who attended can vouch
for the students' acting ability LIRQIILIII' proud that these
young Barryniores are memhers of our own T. II. Play-
crafters. Under .president Myra Cold and director Miss
Helen Smith, the cluh's activities have drawn to a close at
MISS ELEANOR SMITH and MISS IIELEN SMITII
the end ol another memorable year.
Myra Cold, prcsidt-ntg Linda Pullman, vice presidentg
Lois Ann Mueller, secretary.
A hearty welcome greeted all girls new to the senior
high school last fall ut the zunnial Girls' League Tea and
since then inenihership has hccn at an all time high. Xleet-
ings were callecl to orclcr twice 21 month hy its president,
Jayne Rosenthal, unclci' the watchful eye of'zulx'isers Xliss
Anne Curran, and Nlrs. Nlzirgurct Nosncli. Notable among
the Iicuglles activities was the ever popular fashion show
staged in Nliiy and thc tmclitioiinl spring hunqnet.
B.1rlmr.x Cnrnicr, xliu- prcsirli-mg Jayne Rosenthal, prf-sigh-mg
X irginin Lihhlc, treasurer.
MRS. MARGARET NOSACH
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H1 Way Staff
XVhen we first undertook the job of pubhshmg
the 1954 HI VVAY we h ld no 1dc1 of the m HIV
expeneuces 'md ISSOCIUIOIIS thlt were to be
ours It h is been 1 u lr whlch wc xull ue1ther
forget nor lcqrct I L umot th lllh my stlff enough
for thclr mx llulhlc lSSlStlllLi md H111 work
Gur smeerest thinks ITL 1150 cxtended to Xlr
Fred Ball md Xlr B111 Arrmtrong of the New
Cm Prmtmg Compmx Dlruc Stuchos ind our
adx 15ers for the 1r Llmlmss md Looper mon
DOIN GOELLNER CAYE ALTOBELLO
I ltr rury lzdrtor lzdztnrml Assrstant
James C Cxlhert
lzdztor in Chref
Donald A Coellner
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Dlck Callaw 'ly
Adrienne NI lmelx m
ADW ERTISINIG STAFF
MR JAY CHURCH
Liu rary Aduser
Assistant Photography Edxtor
Assistant Czrculutzon hdrtor
Assxstunt Art Pdxtor
Gcorgn 'KI rkrrs
NIR JOHYSOX LOYVEI L
PAUL STEWART and CARL SHUSTER
Busmcss and Aduutxsmg Edztors
Czrculutmn I zlntor
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COURSE IN L
AS SMOOTH AS A
- PLYMOUTH DEALERS
DUmOnf -I QOZS
INDIANAPOLIS SOO MILE
94 MAIN STREET
HACKENSACK NEW JERSEY
HUbb d 7 2300
d 2 0588 WEt ood 5 I7OO
335 MAIN STREET 373 BROADWAY
HACKENSACK N J WESTWOOD N J
SELVWS wesrwoon FURNITURE
Wholesale Auto and Truck Parts
C SSO 95
ALAN F, EIFERT DONALD A. EIFERT
EI FERT FRENCH CA COMPANY
GARDEN STATE BANK BUILDING
1420 QUEEN ANNE ROAD
TEaneck 7 3700
N Y Ofhce
SI EAST 42nd STREET
MUrray Hull 2 TOIO
GRADUATES CLASS OF
492 Cedar Lane
DUmont 4 ll79 Unusual Style Cooknng
CHINA HOUSE OF BERGENFIELD
CHINESE G AMERICAN RESTAURANT
Foods also carefully put up to take home
Free 400 Car Parkmg Space
505 South Washnngton Avenue
1FormerIy A W Donn!
939 TEANECK ROAD
EM I LY MARQUARDT
Emnlys Blrd Cage
COCKATAILS CANARIES PARAKEETS
Seeds and Supphes
TEANECK NEW JERSEY IS MOUNT VERNON STREET RICHFIELD PARK N J
TEneack 6 OIO4
Michael s Blcycle Cv Hobby Store
BICYCLES SUPPLIES and REPAIRS Honey Dew Food stores
Lawn Mowers Sharpened and Adlusted
904 CEDAR LANE TEANECK N TEANECK RIVER EDGE NEW MILFORD
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Teaneck' N, J, Foster Village, Bergenfield, N. J.
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In Umon C ty S nce I880
3ISt TO 32 d STREET
AT BERGENLINE AVENUE
MR and MRS LUDWIG
MR and MRS RICHARD
UN1On 7 I 96I
SELBACH MEYER CO
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS OF
STRUCTUAL STEEL AND
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORK
605 66th Street West New Yo k N J
CHARLES ABRUSCATO P d t U 7 3400
RAC MOTORS INC
D SOTO PLYMOUTH
6608 HUDSON BOULEVARD WEST NEW YORK
MR and MRS RICHARD J
FORT LEE ROAD AUTO BODY
237 EAST FORT LEE ROAD TEANECK N
ROMAINE HARDWARE CO
HARDWARE d HOUSE FURNISHINGS
158 MAIN STREET HACKENSACK
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1450 QUEEN ANNE ROAD W. ENGLEWOOD, N. J.
Bod and Fender Repair
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CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '54
Gordon Halls Plumhlng and Heatlng Co
37 I WOODB I NE STREET
TEANECK NEW JERSEY
TEANECK CAMERA SHOP
44I Cedar Lane Teaneck N J
PAULS SERVICE CENTER
QUEEN ANNE ROAD d D GRAW AVENUE
TEANECK N J
k 7 2222
MORTGAGE Cr TITLE COMPANY
IOO3 TEANECK ROAD TEANECK N
Dlamond 2 I 428
DUBY THE FLORIST
We Telegraph Flowers
I87 Ma n St eef I-Iacke Sack N J
SEMONS PAINT CO
PAINTS BRLISI-IES AND SPECIALTIES
342 MADISON AVENUE NEW YORK I7 N
k 7 3260
WEST ENGLEWOOD ELECTRIC CO
TELEVISION d RAD O
l82 W ENGLEWOOD AVENLJE W ENGLEWOOD N
MUrray H II 7-OSGO
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ROUTE 4 PARAMUS
F G Hoffrltz
SO PARK PLACE ENGLEWOOD
New England Sweet Shoppe
63 C DAR LANE
TEANECK NEW JERSEY
MURRY S MEN S SHOP
For The Fmest In Men s Wear
1393 QUEEN ANNE ROAD
I 6 9 9 I' WEST ENGLEWOOD N J
OUTFITTER S TO MEN
I64 MAIN STREET HACKENSACK
SERVING NORTHERN NEW JERSEY 23 YEARS
Home Town Laundries, Inc
FRONT AND WATER STREETS 9 EAST ANDERSON STREET
TEANECK N J HACKENSACK N J
TEaneck 6 3400
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Right nn 'Your Own Back Yard
Our Lodi Store
TEANECK ROAD AT CEDAR LANE ROUTE 6 AT THE CIRCLE
TEANECK N J LO I N J
NEW CAR DEALERS
OF RIDGEFIELD PARK
RIDGEFIELD PARK Auro sAi.ss
FRIEND ovsnrscic Morons
sos :nwARns PONTIAC
PATRONIZE YOUR LOCAL
NEW CAR DEALERS
TEaneck 7 6123 TEa eck 6 I38I
QUEEN ANNE FURRIERS BLASBERG ELECTRICAL
FINE FUR CREATIONS
LAMPS LIGHTING FIXTURES GIFTS
I439 Q ee A e Road West E gle ood N 444 Ceda La 8 Tea GCR N J
Table Pads Po ch Enclosu es
CENTRAL HOME PRODUCTS
A H KOVACS
OPTICIAN Co b nat on Alu um Sto m W dows
and Doo s
509 Ced La e Tea eck N J III8 Tea eck Road
Nea Thea! e TEa eck 7 2790 279I Tea eck N J
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AMERICAS MOST BEAUTIFUL CAR
KOBBE Cr FLANNERY
Servrng Bergen County Smce 1926
1 187 Teaneck Road Teaneck
TEaneck 7 4500
KON DES MEATS
1387 Tthe Plaza West Englewood
LOTS OF LUCK
MR and MRS JOHN
ANDERSON S HOME
8 QUEEN ANNE ROAD TEANECK N J
To The Class of 1 9 S 4
We Hope You All Have
GOOD LUCK GALORE'
mr and mrs morrrs shuster
ANLICKER S BAKERY
2 QUEEN ANNE ROAD TEANECK N
TEaneck 7 3630 Fashuon Shoppe
1440 THE PLAZA WEST ENGLEWOOD N J
MR and MRS N RUBIN
TEaneck 7 4250
ELIZABETH S SALON
174 STATE STREET WEST ENGLEWOOD
TEaneck 6 4586
LEO RICH BS Reglstered Pharmaclsts
162 CEDAR LANE TEANECK
Phone HYaclnth 7 4300
Cv SONS INC
Prompt and Complete Warehouse Servlce
Stewart Avenue and Meserole Street
Brooklyn New York
1448 THE PLAZA WEST ENGLEWOOD
TEaneck 7 7087
HAHN S BAKERY
1197 TEANECK RROAD TEANECK
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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '54
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BOB EDWARDS PONTIAC
20 MOUNT VERNON STREET RIDGEFIELD PARK, NEW JERSEY
GOOD WILL USED CARS FROM SSO OO
New Pontiacs Complete Service
4949Thfms:ef Q lad
GEORGE T MURPHY
I7O WestE gle OodA
WesYE gie ood N J
LINDY S DELICATESSEN
405 CEDAR LAND TEANECK
if 7 9862
PLAZA SERVICE STATION
T4 STATE STRET WEST ENGLEWOOD N
MAJESTIC UPHOLSTERY CO
T98 W ENGLEWOOD ANENUE W ENGLEWOOD
R T 9543
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TEANECK ROAD COR FOREST AVENUE
TEANECK N J
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Scientific Engine Tuneup
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Ligh s - a ers - Fue Systems - Brakes
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DEPARTMENT STORE TUMMILL0
Headquarters of High School Gym Outfits
197 W. ENGLEWOOD AVENUE W, ENGLEWOOD, N. J. 303 STATE STREET HACKENSACK, N. J
ALICE DRESS and EMBROIDERY
SHOP KUDILE BROS.
A. M, HALVAJIAN
FORT LEE ROAD 171 BOULEVARD HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, N. J
Teaneck s Fmest
Meet ME At RESTAURANT SODA FOUNTAIN
BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER
Jumbo Frled Shrimp
Southern Frred Chicken
Bar B Que
OPENVAM TIN I AM 1405 TEANECK ROAD
2 A M gn SATURDAYS IHaIfM1Ie North of Route 41
TEaneck 6 4586
KEEGALS SERVICE CENTER
RI EBRD BU IER
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III RIVER STREET
HACKENSACK NEW JERSEY
Te m nal
WE GROW OUR OWN FLOWERS
FORT LEE ROAD TEANECK
k 6 T031
SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO
44 B CEDAR LANE TEANECK N
TEaneck 6 6894
For The Latest In Records
TEANECK RADIO RECORDS
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HALVORSEN FLOOR CENTER
LINOLELJM G TILES FLOOR SANDING
AND FLOOR LAYING
221 DOG aw A e ue Tearweck
TATE STREET WEST ENGLEWOOD
LOUISES BEAUTY SHOP
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QUEEN ANNE ROAD
TEANECK NEW JERSEY
A LEBSON INC
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134 Ma n Street Hackensack N J
7 TEANECK ROAD TEANECK N J
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Grafzel s Bakery
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4 2 CEDAR LANE TEANECK N J
TEane 7 2825
George s Barber Shop
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431 CEDAR LANE T aneck 6-0646
IO0 MAIN STREET
HACKENSACK, N. J.
TEaneck 6 1967 Expert Repalrmg
FINE WATCHES AND JEWELRY
DIAMONDS - GORHAM SILVERWARE
509 CEDAR LANE TEANECK, N. J.
Tfff STEAK P17
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OPEN UNTIL 2 00 AM
Dlamond 2 5200
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Congratulatnons and Good Luck and may
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