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

 - Class of 1956

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UOXVTEIVTS Sensors L4 e Dedlcatlon Tame Faculty Look Clubs American Underclassmen Chlldren s Digest Productions Theatre Arts Sports Sports lllustrated Edutors Mad Patrons and Advertusers Consumer Reports 4 . .,. . ..... . 55 f gn t E S ' E X f ., i I mx ' A if , 2 We WIS , 3 Q A gy is -W1 g a if - ' ' hw MQ , - 4 4 Wi , i L Em S 1 E 5 . wg v 1 , ff! fl ig E J u N E, 19 5 6 EM- gg, X. my TEANECK HIGH SCHUUL QR TEANECK, NEW JERSEY .aw CLASS HISTURY Thus sprung a ceremony whuch marks the clumax of twelve years work wull repeat utself throughout the na tuon each unduvudual graduatung class has uts own mem orues to look back on un years to come Teaneck s Class of 56 spent sux years together growung un knowledge gatherung experuences and makung fruends Teachers are a bug part of these memorues and many tumes theur expressuons are what they are remembered by Mr Drugachs Proboscus Muss Lees Cause and Effect Mr Kronmans Spread what durt you cant clean up over a larger area so ut won t show as much and Muss Nosach s Nada mas' Mr Frame kept us on board and Mr McCalmont asked us to Swung your carruages Mr Slowdowsku chrustened hus room Slow dowskus Southern Suberuan Salt Munes and Mr Puro pounted out the dumensuon Iunes There Those blouses made un uunuor hugh sewung classes mught not have been too bug for a horse and the food from cookung classes mught have been eduble before ut hut the ground three storues below or maybe someone could have found a use for the oddutues carrued out of the shop but the umportant thung was tryung a new skull Gettung on to the cafeterua lune requured a certaun skull too and even for lettuce sandwuches ut was worth ut Beung reported to Muss Netts for puckung up a scrap of paper Muss Smuth s tales of adventure and takung Mr Smallheers Kuder Test wuth a punch that looked luke a mudgets spear or tellung a Readers Dugest poke un Oral Englush are a few of .lunuor Hugh School s fadung memorues whuch were clumaxed by dozens of partues after gradua tuon exercuses Tryung to tue your tongue around Spanush double let ters learnung the fune pounts of French pronuncuatuon or trusectung an angle In plane geometry or wrutung a source theme were munor problems next to tryung to understand what all those letters meant un the Advanced Algebra or Analytucal Geometry books When we wer sophomores squeamush gurls and hughly aloof boys sat down to theur furst dussectuons and we found out as uunuors that a punk room us a favorable envuronm nt for studyung Amerucan Luterature Izzys speeches were long but they werent half bad and all the other assemblues were worthwhule too and seventy fuve cents or so was a bargaun pruce for Fruday nught performances by the Chour Hu Y and Play crafters A Senuor chemustry class analyz d Muss Busches reactuon to frankfurters heated gently over a Terrul Bur ner The nught we put on our formals and tuxedos for the Senuor Prom nught clubbung un New York afterwards and the clumactuc thre day unvasuon of Washungton whuch was postponed two days by a sprung bluzzard ar among the major memorues of theur senuor year Then ut was over but even the endung wull stand out un our memory The bug blue T on a whute back ground walkung nervously across the stage at what we hop d was the rught pace to get our duplomas sungung the Alma Mater for the last tume and then afterwards takung off the robes wuth feelungs of sadness at leavung fruends prude un accomplushment and hopes for the future SENIUR TABLE 0F GUNTENTS THE YEAR S EVENTS Polutucs Class Cabunet PEOPLE IN THE NEWS Natuonal Honors Popularuty Poll The Senuors TRAVEL Washungton OTHER DEPARTMENTS ln Memoruam Speakung of Puctures Lufe Goes to a Prom A 4 S X X Ah XX' .-, . y , . ' .......... 8 ' A ' ............ 66 ' ............ 69 ' , ..-. , . ' . I . 60 ' . ........... 70 ' ........... 62 ' ' ---.-.-... 6 ' ............ IO ' .......... 72 7 S' ak 8 XS, 4 I lk me xkwa W fi x ww ' fifillkh W 111 T nn. vu, :L- M? M . Mu 4 Francine Lenore Abramson Elaine Joyce Ackerman 635 Palmer Avenue F,T.A. 11, 125 Student Council 10, 115 Class Cabinet 125 Play- crafters 11, 12. Petite and popular . . . sincere, "Fran" admires this quality in others . . . enjoys dancing, swimming, and golf . . . writing is a hobby . . . accomplished pianist . . . craving for italian food . . . understanding and con- scientious . . . college bound and then on to teaching. N' ,- 1 1355 Mercedes Street Marching Band 10, 11, 125 Sr. Or- chestra 10, 115 Student Council 125 French Club 105 Sports Club 125 Hi-Way 12. Cute and petite, Elaine loves music . . . enioys listening to Dixieland and Rock'n'Roll . . . lives by the motto "You're only young once" . . . excels at swim-- ming and horseback riding . . . will attend nursing school after graduation. Marsha Anne Adams 738 River Road Senior Orchestra 10, 11, 125 Sr. Band 10, 11, 125 Marching Band 10, 11, 125 Travel Club 115 Te-Hi News 125 Hi-Way 125 Student Service 125 Active Atoms 12 iSec.i. Friendliness and intelligence are Marsha's outstanding character- istics . . . main interest in music, especially her flute . . . talented artist . . . favorite sport is swim- ming . . . secretary of local chap- ter of Rainbow Girls . . . will at- tend Bates College. 17-T ,'1 -F ' 1 H17 i 1 A l 1 1 M f ' 'if ' ,AA V , 17 I ff ff A, f J ' if A j if U! L ,fl Robert Ansel y. fff' 'f A if 908 Warren Parkway ' ' " Soccer 10, 11, 125 Track 10, 11 - 1 ff ' 125 Cabinet 11, 125 Hi-Y ll dlgf- " 125 Biology Club 10. f X il FV, , Fun-loving Bob is a sports enthu ffl.. JA-f ' , ' siast . . . Yankee rooter . . ff ' K' ,f V1 , ' speedy left-halfback 0,21 tra soc- -' ,f 4 , certeam... oves ice oc ey... Af' ll 1' f energetic and intelligent . . . - V knack for making people laugh -. f 57 . . . associate editor of Hi-Way it f ,KU . on to college, maybe medi- .N ,E , cine. .w ., Q." fb 'S i 2 L5-M' . 7 ,rg 'V . .1 ig Q Norma Eleanor Antofilli c 4 f 3 'QQ5 gi U! 1307 Mercedes Street sf" 1' :'- -, A ,X V tj L Girls' League 10, 115 Te-Hi News ,-,A , I , 'fi , if 5 155 Lravelilubcl lg faench Club 'Q " V' '- , "" Ti 1 5 ome rts u . . , .ff - , -2, . . . . . fgsafitg if 11 422259.15 .,2'2.::z:s..3 misss. .52 If - 3 ff K W?-3f,. ' F1 the Art Achievement Award . . . Q V . ' - if if favors music on the classical side if , .524 . gfwy, gg . . .a whiz at math . . . enjoys 5,1 .I 'S I gligizjir reading and' cooking . . . swim- fy .Vg at ,ilfiin ming and ice skating are her Q ff' Iv .M 935 favorite sports- . , . a talented , FE .5 Hp- ,gi pianist . . . will attend college. zo 1 ii fit 1 f - if liz' i f ' "fix 7 , . fr V3 .es -'--i.f., . ,, -es: 'h" " " - i . :K ' - . 1 ,,,,,,, 15 -gil 51 ,Q- Barbara Rose Avedisian 719 George Street Bowling Club 105 Student Service LO, 11iI12f2Hi-Way 125 Te-Hi ews , . Barbara has practiced secretarial talents in offering a great deal gf sivice to TkH.SH . . . isdaften oun in t e itc en pro ucing favorite Armenian dishes . . . swims and dances for recreation 10 . . . an ear for music . . . a sure success in all college endeavors. .loan Dolores Altieri 715 Linden Avenue Twinkling brown eyes and a win- ning smile characterize Joan . . . popular music. and basketball games head this senior's list of avorites . . . possessor of beau- tiful clothes . . . having won a bookkeeping modal, Joan is sure :algae a success in the business ie . Sheila Barnett 1504 West Terrace Circle Fun-loving Sheila . . . likes a cer- tain I95O Ford convertible . . . Bill HoIey's Comets and pizza rote high with this loss . . . pet peeves are catty people and snobs . . . in the future, marria e and a secciietarial career in Wogtington, D. . ?'i Robert Bruce Boron 596 Maple Avenue Soccer IO, Track IO, II, IZ. Sports-minded "Bob" lists Track and Soccer as favorite sports . . . admires people who work hard to achieve their goals . . . his tastes also include popular music and playing the accordion . . . will pursue an engineering course. Steven Borbash 835 Red Road Biology Club IO, Hi-Way II, I2 leditor-in-chiefl, Hi-Y IO, II lhistorianl, I2 lhistorianl, Te- Hi News IO, II, I2, Student Council IZ, Little Brown Jug lBoard of Managersl IO, II, I2, Student Service IO, II, Tennis IO, II, IZ, Soccer IO, II, IZ, Class Cabinet Il, l2. "Arba" announces himself with the echo can on his '55 Ford . . . writer and originator of A. Nonny Mouse . . . talented cartoonist . . . Artie Shaw fan . . . enjoys food, especially if it's new and navel . . . enjoys a good joke . . . o theatergoer, he will soon be known to all as writer, directer and producer . . . college bound. Nancy Jane Banker 45 Edgemont Place Tri-C IO, Tri-Hi-Y II, I2 Girls' League II, IZ, Playcrafters II, IZ, Art Service Squad. Congenial "Nan" . . . likes friend- ly people with a good sense of humor . . . enjoys traveling . . . is partial ta California, her native state . . . enthusiams in- clude drawing, horseback riding and swimming . . . college next fall. Bob Baker I298 Hastings Street, W. E. Hi-Y IO, II IZ ltreasurerl, Foot- ball IO, II, IZ, Cabinet Il, IZ, Baseball IO, II, IZ, Student Council IO. The baseball teom's prize pitcher enjoys all sports . . . outstanding football player . . . this good looking, popular senior is known for his ready and sharp wit . . . crazy about Italian food . . . col- lege bound. John W. Bassett 3I6 West Englewood Ave., W. E. Hi-Y IO, I I, IZ, Soccer IO, II, I2 ICO-captoinl, Cabinet II, I2. "Johnny" is a sports fan . . . his favorite is ice hockey . . . Yankee fan . . . blue eyes, brown hair, and good looks . . .varied abilities . . . always has a friendly smile and word for everyone . . . sense of humor . . . beware! o future dentist. 'ff' ur."-5 Qi- Ellen Lindo Bauer I3IO Dickerson Road Girls' League IO, Red Cross Club IO, F.T.A. II, IZ, Te-Hi News IZ, Hi-Way IZ, Playcrafters I2, Travel Club IZ. Blonde, blue-eyed "El" . . . active participant in many clubs . . . equally talented at swimming or horseback riding . . . spends her spare time knitting argyle socks . . . a rabid Glenn Miller fan . . . after college, "EI" plans to teach elementary school. , ,. -555.12 - V' "Pi'IMifi4i2mvk..A,M , fimeeeffixafhe-ie: 'ie' 2 "f iii. TEE? tu ,W 'I 4. 'ara S' fi e.wfNi Him? .MM , 2,1 -5.1 i f , ' ' SQL!- .is Y7KgQi YA , 32. 'L i Q, -,Nei 5 E19 FW. . " 'E .. ,Q '1 +412 F'- ,Lf ,QQ t NNY! , W F4 ' W. el' if r , H ,Q Y X- ,- I. , ,.... - - .L QS 1" . gf if . ', ' .. ' X M - AYP ' A- .- asa- 3- .LV ,K ix J s sf' i" ' YI. .A '- """'a. t Ji .g if ,FA ,if - I-jig, UA ,v , ffl 'A " x Le ' 5 f 1 . 5 f .gfiff fi w,m11, i, P, U ,, ... ,i .Q ,PV , I . -. 4 T' ' 'S fi . ...v. ,gl , , . 5 . . . ., Q fl., , , - i lla apes' - -. 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D ' ' - Q-if J ii' Li 1 .-is ,,4.,-gf Qge v 5 J 51.- -,Lb- ., ' 1 J,-es l ' .f ' "ii-str' .gywf sw ri . f 1 V. 3 .. f fiiifr' r CII?-"2 ' A ' --:Que I l Patricia Beggs 60 Lindbergh Boulevard "Pat" is indeed a bundle of personality and fun . . . favor- ite sports include baseball and basketball . . . such a sincere, hardworking person is bound to achieve her every wish . . has many friends . . . a Rock and Roll fan of the first order. , . willing- ness and ambition are two at- tributes which will insure her suc- cess in the business world. Geraldine Bell 762 Redmond Street Art Service Squad 11, 12. Serene "Jerry" . . . a talented artist . . . recipient of art award in her freshman year . . . enjoys roller skating . . . ardent record collector . . . loves listening to music of Glenn Miller . . . will attend beauty culture school. Harriette A. Bepler 699 West Englewood Avenue Playcrafters ll, 12. A lovely blonde who enjoys good music and making her own clothes . . . quiet but dependable . . . is seen at T.H.S. football games. . . loves ice cream, driving, and horseback riding 4 . . plans to attend a junior college. Solomon Bernard 715 Teaneck Road lntramural basketball lO, ll. Brown hair, brown eyes, and a big smile-that's "Sol" . . . very much interested in space travel and new developments in science . . . friendly, but enjoys a good argument . . . engineering after college. 12 vi CIC' 45" .tv 'Fifi' Q 2 fee? Kenneth Begelman 1375 Hudson Rd., W. Englewood "Kenny" joined us last year but is already well known. . . a dap- per appearance . , . great sense of humor . . . an air of reserve . . . many leisure moments spent bowling and fishing . . . college in view next September. Elaine Katherine Birli 693 John Street Girls' League 105 Travel Club 12. Graduation past, Elaine hopes to secure a typing position with the teleDhone company . . . football games will remain among high school memories . . . a wonderful dance partner . . . will watch a movie starring William Holden or June Allyson anytime . . , the Igualities leading to success are ers. fx rl' Anne Alice Beaven 48 Selvage Avenue Hi-Way 12 lAssoc. Art Ed.l j Class Cabinet l 1, 12, Leaders' Club lO 11, 12, Tri-Hi-Y ii, Playcrafters 10, Little Brown .lug 10, ll lArt Chairmanl , 12 lSec.l. Poised and vivacious Anne plans to study art in college . . . a tal- ented fashion and set designer . . . impossible to out-talk her in an argument . . . enthusiastic supporter of the Toronto Maple Leafs . . . an avid reader . . . a perfect combination of intellect and wit. Ann L. Bennewitz 408 Cumberland Avenue Girls' League IO, ll, 12, Play- crafters 10, ll, 12, Choir lO. Quiet, sweet Ann . . . beautiful long blonde hair . , . "crazy" for Rock 'n' Roll music and T.H.S. football games . . . loves ham- burgers . . . driving is her forte .. . sincerity will make her a wel- come addition at junior college. ff" fv- Allan S. Birnbaum 1406 Hudson Road Sound Crew 105 Choir 12. Quiet, friendly "Al" likes listen- ing to good music, both pop and classical . . . enjoys repairing and building radios . . . faithful to native Brooklyn - an ardent Dodger fan . . . headed for higher learning. Ronald Black 1472 West Terrace Circle, W.E. Soccer 10, 11, 12g Basketball l0,1l,12. "Blackie's" outstanding achieve- ments on the soccer field will al- ways be remembered by sports fans . . . anti-Yankee and Dodger . . . is hoping for Giant Victory next year . . . enjoys cowboy music. is .L Patricia Black 1472 West Terrace Circle Library Council IO, 11. Petite "Pat" . . . makes up for her mere 5' with her wonder- ful personality, captivating smile, and keen sense of humor . . . long blonde hair highlights her neat appearance . . . can't sit still when she hears dance music . . . pizza and roller skating provide an enjoyable evening . . . beau- tician school after graduation. Cynthia Birnbaum 575 Palmer Avenue French Club IO, II, 12, Te-Hi News IO, Student Service 11, 12, Hi-Way 11. Quiet and genial "Cindy" . . .will never forget double sessions and sharing a locker . . . collects records, especially tunes by Eddie Fisher . . . enjoys good food . . . baseball is her favorite sport . . . next? college. f' 'WW I .L I-ZZ o"7f.,4f-441' 57 fi' 41 gd V ,. , . .--1 - ,. , '-"' X yy!!! f,,,4,fL7fpZ?L,f5z, I , '- ,f , xg W GADQVCA' 'elf if 5 fwfw.. u W... 1 i .. Norman Blackman ft f? L -94 '- Ziff J, - ' 589 ogden Ave., wc. f , Q A Sound Crew II lVice Presidentlj 'J rff7f7Z"' if , i Track 11, 12 lco-captainlgCross- if , x , 3 ,,, Country 12. ,--Z, V' ' 5 "Norm's" a gnreatjrinelfor sports ,X I f, lab A s ' F QL, . . . enjoys ase a , oves run- 1 gi--3 L ning cross-country and track.. .l ,-fL" 57775- , - ' lij' ' , A classical and jazz are favorites ,- I I 5 . . , outstanding trait: dogged L ' ' X ' 4 3 determination . . . heading for N i' 5 if college. gf-IQ. ,fx 'K X, , L x ,iffif :.::i13f": A 1:25935 fs.. , - .iff--'-..P ff' 4, 'gf-' , ff fi . Q. Q Geoffrey R. Boardman 241 Briarcliff Road, W,E. Mechanical Drawing IO, Physics Club ll, Sound Crew 115 Student Council 11, Chemistry Club 12. Honest and sincere, "Geoff" looks for these traits in others . . . ad- mits a weakness for food and popular music . . .when not swim- ming or drawing, model trains and airplanes take up his time . . . good times in T.H.S. . . . college. .gn- 4- .V Bruce Boteler 683 Ramapo Road This quiet and affable T.H.S. student rates swimming, basket- ball, and golf tops , . . will re- member Mr. Madsen's Iabless physics class . . . a future M,D. - 'stat--tai'-. L I .a.,-cy? ,LJ-f - at ' " ' swat?" ' ,mc .,.. ,, '.,., ...., .. . 6' 6 ,.. 1 N, Norman A. Boucher 114 Herrick Avenue Intramural Basketball 11, 12, ln- tramural track 11. "Ace" came to Teaneck last year, and since then has made many friends due to his honest sincerity and genuine friendliness , . . enjoys being with people, espe- cially at parties . . . trophy winner in track and basketball . . . enjoys singing, dancing . . . college, then the NAVY. 1-L,-L.,'.-'.,r-V' au 115-KR 'navel Lew F-Eifff' ITT" It af WN B '51 ,wa :S dp .MW mr A Emlly Arlene Browmng 352 Sherman Avenue Red Cross 10 11 12 Good natured Emmy con fesses a weakness for ltaluon food and flshln enjoys clas sncal musnc an art enloys art work personal phllosophy Try try agaln award for volunteer nurslng future career as a medlcal assistant her frankness and cheerful ness are appreclated by a bevy of fnends Barbara Ann Brelscll 238 Carlton Terrace Student Servnce 11 French Club 10 1Vuce Pres 1 Glrls League lSec1 Te H: News 12 Home Arts 12 Red Cross 12 Barb IS one of our most actuve sensors abounds In school splrlt leisure time spent In the kltchen or watchlng a ood football game always WI lung to give a helpung hand sure to be a success un college slncere and amlable ways are a defnnnte asset Bernice Brudle 648 Martense Avenue Hn Way 12, Cheerleadmg 12, Trl Hn Y 12, Chour 11, 12, Play crafters 10, 1 1, Class Cabmet 11, 12, Girls' League Carefree "Be" one of Tea neck's cutest cheerleaders possesses tremendous school spmt and has an ever ready smxle a real all round gurl loves partles, food, knlttlng and swam ming her personalnty rs bound to make her a success ln college 14 Marllyn Boughton 542 Terhune Street Student Servnce 10 Art Servlc e Squad1O 12 FTA 12 Hu Way 12 Little Brown Jug 12 Blue eyes llght brown hour and 0 quiet personality characterize Manlyn won the Sportsman hnp Award In her freshman year artlstlc talent reserved unassuming manner plans for the future are lndeflnlte 4-l""' Elizabeth Jane Brown 144 Sherwood Avenue Student Council 1 1 12 Class Cablnet 11 Hz Way 12 F T A 12 Girls League 12 Sr Cholr Thus bnght eyed gal hardly ever clo es her mouth between smlles and gab Betty as every one s frlend sports and muslc ore musts sold on ltallan food future plans Include college no lmagmatlon IS re qunred he s sure to be as popu lor IH college as she IS at T H S Beverly Ann Brown 104 Gnggs Avenue Te Hu News 10 Red Cross 10 12 Sr Orchestra 10 11 12 Sr Bond 10 11 12 Marching Band 11 12 Sr Choir 12 Home Arts Club Slmlllng Bev IS always on the could qualify os a one man band knlttsng and clas sncal muslc rote hugh honored as o Jumor Cltnzen nursing wnll take up her time for the next few years Bev s flne sense of values reveal her flne char acter -iw'!',,,Jfff, . se - . - Pre - I . of T5 gl Fri I - 31" 1332 . 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Y 4' ,of-"" Hans Andrew Buchner 35 Holland Terrace Soccer 1 1 Food any and plenty IS John s famous call charocternzed by hIs crew cut pos esses a talent for sketchlng an avld Rock and Roll fan looks forward to Baseball and Soccer seasons hopes to carry out hIs sketch Ing talent In the fleld of com mercnal art John Brudle 613 Martense Avenue Soccer 10 Look about for a not too large boy wIth brown haIr and brown eyes and you ll fInd John no one to turn down a good steak dInner lIkes hrs musIc popular and hIs sports on the dIamond college bound Sheula Buckler 207 Stuyvesant Road Te HI News 11 12 HI Way 12 Short and peppy Shella recognuzed by her beautlful brown curly haIr an Infectlous sense of humor prIzes guns won In a Roy Rogers contest a sports fan torn between the Yankees and the Dodgers has earned scholastic honors WI teach after college 15 Frances Bruno 158 Bedford Avenue Pert and fun lovIng Fran a Rock and Roll addlct thIs cheerful senlor IS an asset to any party her fnends wIll remem ber her for her Iovlal sense of humor plans to enter the secretarlal fIeld certamly wIll lead a happy lnfe ur""' Nan G Budde 612 Penn Avenue T HI News 10 lAsst Ed! 11 sst Ed! 2 lEd In Chle Wayl01112 TrI CIO HI Y 11 12 lCounty Chaplain! Student Councll 10 11 12 Class Cabmet 11 12 Gurls League 10 Student Servrce IO Playcrafters I e rown Jug 0 lBoard of Managers! 12 1Treas ! Frlendly affable Nan one of the classes most actIve members llkes to sew and knlt wrltes as a hobby slncere IH terest In all people SenIor Prom Queen Delegate to Youth In Government and GlflSl State on to college, then a future In Iournahsm Qt ima-eww Raymond John Buckley 264 HerrIck Avenue DraftIng Club 10 AmbItIous and fun lovung de scrIbe thIs senlor when not worknng In a drug store Ray tlnkers wlth old cars and motor scooters looks forward to summer VGCOTIODS englneer Ing course to follow Awifllm . A ir I - ' ' 5 ' ' . . . T 1.2 ,I I ,.!., f ,- .. I H 1 A X y qg fy y S-:V 1 ui ii 'Ri ,fl A' Q- h . 7, . -,, x , . 1, Q t M ,-sH if if 4' , 6 4 .. I l ' H . - e- ' . . , lA . . I , - I fm, Hl- , , 5 '- jjfrii 105 L'ttl Et I I , ll Marianne Eleanor Buscher l24 Van Buskirk Road German Club IO, ll, l2, Girls' League ll, l2g Little Brown Jug IZ, Hi-Way 12. Only 5'2", blue-eyed Marianne is known for her infectious smile . . . loves to ice skate or play piano . . . favorite piece is "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue" . . . enjoys Chinese dishes . . . plans to attend secretarial school after graduation . . . her pleasant ways will long be remembered. Bryan E. Burke l484 W. Terrace Circle, W.E. Where's Bryan? He might be under his car! Rock and Roll rates with him . . . pizza is his pie . . . has a zest for basketball . . . blue-eyed redhead . . . has a passion for girls . . . headed for Air Force and college. Harold R. Burdge 'lO8O Margaret Street, W.E. Student Council 10, ll lVice Presidentl, 12 lPresidentlj Class Cabinet ll tPresidentl, I2 lVice Presidentlg Tennis IO, ll, l2g Physics Club ll, Biology Club IO lPresidentl, Basketball lMan- agerl IO, ll, 12. "Hal" is one of the most versa- tile and popular members of the class . . . modest, sincere, con- siderate . . . a Dodger tan who likes Yankee fans . . . likes all foods . . . a definite success at Dartmouth, Ida Buldo 64 Bilton Street Library Council IO. Dark-haired Ida has many'in- terests and hobbies : . .I enloys roller skating and swimming.. . . also has a preference for jazz, dancing, and Italian food . . . favorite sport is baseball . . . plans for the future include busi- ness school . , . can count upon many loyal friends. 3' wig Wanda Butler 860 Williams Avenue Art Service Squad 10, ll, l2 lSec.lg Girls' League IO, ll, l2g Hi-Way l2g Twirling ll, Student Service 10. Blue-eyed, blonde Wanda . . . known for her spirited sense of humor and unforgettable laugh ...a Rock and Roll fan 4 .. admits a weakness for rew cut . . . skillful drcer , Aerwbd? siastic tr er , . his tnfely seni s to tte co ege in tHe ' My Q., i j, w VL! I-f ,si O fe' I Morton Cadel ' 54 Ayers Court W estling ll, l2. Good-looking "Marty" goes for Moondog music . . . hos a terrific nse of humor . . . his h0f19StY nd self-confidence are definite ssets . . . slow women drivers gy him, but most good-lo0k- ' girls don't . . . collects sport magazines . . . college ahead. r MV if l4 5 1,4 L J, J ,L . 1 ,fr l' f5l0'3l,cv Rs- t if lf f ' gs... .y,,L15-wus-s.--.-.,.,:,.... I . 5, ,.....W,..,,,...... 4 Mikal.. YJ o r Lrg-Z 'N .3 3 K s i Q 4 . 'Jif 'f , xy, tl 5 s Q3 5 V 'Ei 'f' '- "1 ' ,JZ 2' if-V? - , ,,,, .ii .4l,i,vr v!-Q1 ,'. -5r.t I,iQ 5 my , tj . I ff :rl V 5 ' fi Q KL.-J---.m.,.. ..,,, .- , ,, . . s i l , yisfwfgg lsfsirw-fr ,l , , , r FT.. thai '.' nr... 1 sc .. .LJ af J'2,f. 1.. fi er , x, .Y ' :Q 5 fl i S as fi K 'A Q 3 I 4? bis 5 s 1 E i i 'W ' .32 45..n it-N.-f I ,,,.. ,,,, . ,,. ' . Q . Q. .wa y s 43-,tu 0 473 Sal Calcaferra 1228 Overlook Avenue 1-lot rods, girls, clothes captures interest . . . popular music . . . spicy foods tickle taste . . . "Sonny" plans U.S. Marines as future. .Z 5. ,Q-0" Ann L. Choleff 20 Argonne Court Girls' League 11, 12, Playcrafters 115 Class Cabinet 11, 12, Tri-Hi- Y 12g Hi-Way 12. "Little Annie" possesses a vibrant personality and a wonderful sense of humor . . . has attended all football games to cheer for her favorite player . . . an admiration for sincere people . . . college and then teaching lies ahead for this popular senior, the hit of every party. Joseph F. Celentono, Jr. 570 John Street Bowling Club 11, Astronomy Club 12, Hot peppers, especially, are a favorite of "Jose" . . . likes to fix cars and make model air- planes . . . headed for Air Force . . . loves sports . . . fond of Rock and Roll, hillbilly, and blues . . . awarded two T,l,M.'s. Robert Cannova 575 Sagamore Avenue A real car fiend-"Bob" loves racing cars . . . hopes to revolu- tionize car industry . . . "pops" are tops . . . crazy about girls . . . ambition-to own a car dealership. Anthony Campagna 115 Johnson Avenue Football ll, 12, Choir 125 Wrest- ling 10, 12. Horses, Glenn Miller, and ltalian food are favorites . . . know it alls rate low , . . a friendly and popular T,H.S. figure . . . "Tony" plans to join the Navy. Edward Ciccorelli 751 Rutland Road Six-foot-two and blond - that's "Chick" . . . likes to work on cars and motors . . . goes out for Rock and Roll and the Blues . . . a favorite pastime-eating Italian food . . . headed for U. S. Marine Corps. Beth Lynne Citron 670 Sunderland Road Beth's outstanding characteristic is her quiet manner . . . piano playing, listening to records and dancing fill her spare time . . . sports enthusiast . . . favorite team the Yankees . . . enjoys Chinese food . . . admires sincer- ity, one of her own characteris- tics, in her friends . . . plans to continue her studies at college. Philip R. Codner 1361 Princeton Road Rifle Club 10. "Phil" is a real jazz fan . . . he goes for baseball . . . likes Amer- ican food-all kinds! . . . loves riflery . . . plans an college. Alon A. Cohen 544 Beverly Road Pop music rates with "Al" . . . an ardent baseball fan, especially for N. Y. Giants . . . is very tal- ented at "learning Spanish" . . . hopes to attend college. 18 D. Alon Churchmon 687 West Englewood Avenue Biology Club 105 Chemistry Club 125 Debate Club 11, 125 Math Club 125 Class Cabinet 115 Hi-Y 125 Cross Country 10, 11, 12 lCaptainig Track 10, 11, 125 Hi- Way 12 lCo-Literary Editor and Assitant Photograph Editorl, Te- Hi News 12. Mental acumen and ambition will take "Al" far beyond college to a rich, rewarding life . . .his ogical mind induces him to debate and argue skillfully . . . Broadway show tunes, Japanese food, Omar Khayyam, and his fourth dimen- sion display of "Al's" versatility . . . a future Frank Lloyd Wright. 'R 5? 41 1-' Marjorie E. Chory 1302 Dickerson Road Student Council 10, 115 F. T. A. 11 iVice-Pres.l5 12 lTreas.J5 Class Cabinet 125 Debate Club 11, 125 Playcrafters 105 Hi-Way 125 Junior Classical League 115 Little Brown Jug 10 lBoard of Managersl. An enthusiastic baseball fan and an accomplished equestrienne . . . "Margie" has a friendly smile for everyone . . . a staunch believer in the Golden Rule . . . intelli- gence and humor are united in her personality . . . this future co-ed enjoys meeting people. Henry K. Closing 417 Claremont Avenue Student Service 10, 115 Track 105 Baseball 12. His ready smile will never be for- gotten . . . known for good sense of humor . . . the picture of friendliness, he likes friendly, helpful people . . . loves to experi- ment . . . music rates with him . . . headed for a career in chem- ical engineering. Alon B. Cohen 36 Johnson Avenue Playcrafters 10, 11, 125 Mechani- cal Drawing 10. Steak dinners and pizza pies rate with "Al" . . . likes to drive . . . likes people who can admit their mistakes . . . a Yankee fan . . . enjoys collecting stamps. , . goes for girls with short hair . . . plans on veterinary medicine in college. Nancy Lynn Connors 714 Pamander Walk Twirlers10, 11, 125 Red Cross11, 125 Travel Club 10 lVice-Pres.l, 115 Tri-Hi-Y 125 Art Service 10, 11, 125 Hi-Way 125 Home Arts Club 12. Known for her blonde hair and friendliness . . . Nancy dances and draws . . . adores driving, red convertibles, college boys and clothes . . . crazy about Les El- gart, popular music and pizza pie . . . appreciates sincerity . . . college follows. Carol Costanza 953 Eastlawn Drive Red Cross 10, 11, 12, Dance Club 11, Girls' League 12. It is not often that T.H.S. is graced with a person as sweet and sincere as Carol . . . always finds time to see a movie starring Marlon Brando . . . the Red Cross will be deprived of an outstand- ing member when Carol graduates . . . hopes to continue to give service as a medical secretary. 47 7" 'Wx y 1 1 3 i 53:1 Charles Crowley 290 Dewey Place l'Dapper-Dan" of the Class of '56 . . , friendly . . . exemplifies Omar Khayyam's philosophy of enjoying life to the fullest . . , pleasures include eating large meals, sleeping all morning, and driving down an open road on a sunny afternoon . . . future in- definite. Carol Ann Corrigan 1357 Taft Road Choir ll, 12. In an unobtrusive way Carol man- ages to attract the friendship of all who know her . . . sweet and considerate . . . takes a sincere interest in others . . . owns a fine record collection ranging from popular to classical music . . . a promising business career awaits this well liked gal . . . her fine traits point to success. Lee Coyle 907 Prince Street "More roast beef" points out this large economy sized senior as a meat and potato mon . . . newcomer Lee thinks Count Basie is tops . . . can't go more than a lsummerl day without a swim . . . hopes to be a brain surgeon or a truck driver. Q1-5' Leonard Davis 41 Audubon Road "Len" goes for jazz . . . hobbies include electronics and mechanics . . .- likes to play chess . . . joined proiection squad at Erasmus . . . will study business administration at Fairleigh Dickinson. Phyllis Jean Corey 651 Maple Avenue Tri-C 10, Girls' League 10, 11,12. Petite and adorable, "Phyl" al- ways seems to be having fun . . . has a weakness for light haired boys . . . enjoys sewing, swim- ming, dancing, and driving . . . Rock and Roll fan . . .appreciates naturalness and sincerity in peo- ple . . . future holds nursing. , . ..S-'5 '1"x" 'x""'5: f'. ' , ' - is ,g,?:.1e.., " 1' Hi if '..Sx.g, . ' . , ,5 .v" "f, ' . . . .fr -'f' "Zen i f 1 . ' rg, 'fb' ' f . zfchsf . -fi. 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' Roger Dawson 146 Johnson Avenue "Rog" prefers golf over other games . . . a fussy eater . , . likes quiet instrumental music . . . blond hair, brown eyes ...friendly .. . likes to have fun . . , college, then a career in New Orleans. 4' . l9 Julia de Martuno Patrucua Marne DeCourcey 1315 Duckerson Road Luttle Brown Jug 11 12 The thurd of the famous 3 us a loves to druve eat sew and bowl Rock and Roll rates hugh wuth thus popular gal her gracuous smule and per sonaluty wull aud her un college and a ruch happy e John Delgugante 319 Hardung Avenue John loves ltaluan food uoys soccer lustens to pop tunes has a zeal for fushung and huntung chooses carpen try as hus talent hopes to land un business Lorraune Beverly DeCourcey 1315 Duckerson Road Luttle Brown Jug 11 Te Hu News Brown hour blue eyes pleasant smule freckles are Lorry avud musuc fan especually Rock and Roll loves to eat puzzas frued chncken and french fries next fall well fund Lorry Alnce Irene DeCourcey 1315 Duckerson Road Hu Way 12 Gurls League 12 Suncere Aluce possess many fond memorues of T H S especually the football games a sympathetuc attutude and natural good wull make Aluce the type of person well luked by all cute features enhanced by beautuful blue eyes a college educatuon us next un sught a loyal fruend and a chormung person Dorus De Blaslo 203 Park Avenue Red Cross 12 Shorty her generous per sonaluty and constant good na ture have won Dorus many fruends smcere and reluable can t resust ltaluan food often spends her tume obsorbed un a good book a druvung enthu suast she ll steer her way clear to success un the future at college contunuung to make loyal friends uv-fn Y ef 55:8 Vw 1.- li' 'wif H81 'wwe' 'I .L-F fr mt fwfr Claure de Marhno 682 cedar Lane ' 'Ziff-'v.xfl'?5Elu'1lB1' Student Councul 10 12 G I League 11 12 Class Cabunet 11 Tr Hu Y 12 Cute sweet Claure captured our hearts wuth her dancung eyes fruendly ways and perpetual smule a defunute weakness for the male of the specues enjoys eatung and dancung skybound she plans to see the world as an aurlune hostess 682 Cedar Lane Gurls League 11 12 Class Cabu net 11 Chour 12 Luttle Brown Ju 10 ll Sunceruty her keynote to popular fruendluness her natural attrubute cookung her outstand ung talent personufy Julua loves to knut and dance but eating ltaluan food tops every thung Julua can fund only happuness un the future truly one ln a mulluon Veronuca Paulune De Raat 237 Merruson Street Class Cabunet 11 12 Tru H Y 12 Trl C 10 Gurls Lea ue 11 12 .lunlor Classucal League 11 lTreas 1 Student Councul ll Hu Way 12 A luvely school spurut a keen sense of humor and a talent for mak ung people laugh are Ronnue an eternal Dodger rooter enjoys vuewung all THS sports thus future colleguan plans to mayor un chemustry 66' . . . 3 J ' - . 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A u, . . . , . . ...eng , h U 20 Judnth E Deyst 278 Wlllow Street Student Councll lO ll lTreasl I2 lSecJ Student Service IO Playcrafters 10 ll I2 Tr C IO Girls League lO Class Cab: net 12 All State Chorus ll l2 Judy cute full of talent well known for her expert piano playing enjoys all types of muslc steak and Chinese foods scholastlc ablluty a real Dodger fan loves to swlm travel and have fun college ahead ..-Q un vnu-an-A 5 I s 'RH David Harrison Downmg 289 Ogden Ave WE C ess Club 10 ll I2 lresl dentl Stage Crew IO ll I2 Actuve Atoms I2 Serious but socuable describes Dove chess player poys sknng hlklng lukes to tmker wlth o cor an Eagle Scout favorite muslc classucal sure to be o credlt to the engmeermg profession Barbara Ellen Dlercks 634 Johnson Court G s Lea ue IO ll 12 Cass Q Cabinet I2 Hn Way 12 German C b I0 ll Fun lovrng Barb wlll always be remembered for her long brown hour lukes to be with people but dnsllkes snobs doesnt luke to hurt others feelnngs favorvte pastlme IS drlvung her fathers Cadllloc an avud knltter emoys dancnng enther college or work after grad uatlon Lee Dobbm 287 Pleasant Place Lee plays the trumpet other plzzo lover enloys oll sports working on cars and drlvlng occupy his time future nndeflnnte Robert E Dux 74 Lindbergh Boulevard Draftung Club lO Soccer ll I2 Garls food or cars send out the sagnal for Bob' Baseball IS a favorite but soccer also rates a trumpeter lakes pop music but hates Rock and Roll loves chlcken plans on banking or medicine Robert Duxon 5l7 Orltanu Place Rifle Club IO I2 Sherlff will be long remembered for has qulet frlendlnness loves football llkes Rock and Roll hobby eatnng steaks glrls send hum headed for the Amr Force then commerclal avuatuon CP '15 ff X X Ek V- ,' ' I , , if , ml, I" ,lil lu,'." 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X f ' Y I-' fr C .xx Xt I 7 M '+L '.+.-t If: .- ..,-4 P' - Barbara Joan Drake 99o Garruson Avenue Band I0 II Leaders Club I0 Hockey Team IO Class Cabnnet II Art Servlce Squad II Chem lstry Club I2 PA L Rrfle Club lVlce Pres I2 lPres Barb IS Teaneck s Annle Oak e loads of fun as won many awards for horseback rldlng and shootlng favorite sayrng One must respect to be respected college and re search work after graduation James S Egan 97 Jasper Avenue Hr Way I2 Duncan entered Teaneck In hrs senior year and rn this short time has established himself as a suncere and honest student eats drunks and sleeps football wall remember steeplegackung rn assembly a talented artlst pet peeve prejudiced people college ahead Patrlcla Eckert IO9I Belle Avenue Band IO II I2 Student Servlce rr I I I2 HI a I2 Orchestra IO ll A sweet smnle to all soft spoken even tempered Pat IS a born muslclan loves to knlt and skate salllng ranks the top spot on her lust of favorites success IS sure to be hers In college Ann Jean Edelsteln 492 Falrldge Terrace Travel Club IO II Spanlsh Club lPresI ll I2 Playcrafters IO e r ews Red Cross I0 JC L ll Student C uncul I2 FTA II 2 Petnte brown eyed Jeanne always ready to laugh and have un honor student enthu srastrc supporter of our soccer and basketball teams loves to buy shoes bound to be o suc cessful teacher bi E' Na Clifford Ehrlich 80 Blauvelt Street HlNewsI0 II I2 H Y Il I2 Student Servuce IO Class a -net II Vrce Pres! lPresJ Varsity Basketball I I I2 JV Basketball I0 President of hrs class Cl ff marked by hrs height and hrs crew cut chosen thrrd best sports writer rn N J a whlrl wand on the basketball court goes for plzza potentral cnvrl engmeer says sensor year ns the most outstanding by for N Margaret' Elsele IO2 Church Street Twlrllng Club I0 II I2 Major ette ll I2 Grrls League IO II An asset to the twlrlers Margie IS well known for her strlklng features and neat ap pearance enloys swrmmmg doncmg and talking on the tele phone when she IS not busy partial to Rock and Roll tunes wrlllng to help whenever she IS able Carolyn Ericksen 282 Von Buren Avenue Intelligence with a warm- smile characterizes this personable sen- ior , . . conscientious and con- siderate Carolyn is an ardent baseball fan . . . roots enthusias- tically for her team the White ox music reading and sports occupy her spore hours enjoys singing in the Luther League Choir plans to study in college ba- Josepll Ermlllo 277 Morrison Street Basketball 10 II Baseball 10 Foo all Italian food? call for Joe' talented art lover a whiz on the ball field wants to con tinue with baseball after gradua tion interests include cars goes out for basketball and foot ba college or business in the future Eleanor Engelke 185 Elm Avenue Red Cross IO. Eleanor conceals many talents beneath a shy exterior . . . art and outdoor life appeal to this blue-eyed blonde . . . on honor student . . . a friendly grin is evidence of her sense of humor . . . aspires to a career as an X-ray technician and laboratory assistant. lug Lynn Euler 684 Carroll Place Twirlers I2 Class Cabinet II I2 Girls League 10 II I2 Twirling ub 10 I T One of Teaneck s cutest twirlers cheerful Lynn is also an accom plished swimmer with numerous trophies and medals to her credit enjoys boat and hydroplane races this prospective student of Southern Seminary Junior Col lege appreciates semi classical music Lafayette, we are here' George Engelke 113 Oakdene Avenue Football Il I2 Recreational Basketball IO ll I2 Linde goes out full force for sports football baseball and recreational basketball likes collecting stamps loves Rock and Roll and The Bruce real Yankee fiend ANY food is his favorite' heading for college Carol Feinstein 1280 Hastings Street Playcrafters IO II I2 Student Council IO II I2 Girls League IO II I2 Student Service IO Il Class Cabinet I2 Te Hi News ll Hi Way 2 Sweet n pretty best describes this a an exquisite taste in clothes and a worm smile loves to read and see Broadway shows sports? why sure' espe cially swimming and horseback riding college is next f""' .- ,. -4--A ,X 6 'O-Il ll I ,Q- . 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I .,Ar.,A. 5--gs., June Frlnatrault 573 Grenvalle Avenue C ass Cabanet ll lSec l lSec l Twarlers ll I2 o Cap nl T arlang Club lO ll Ha Y ll T C I0 dent Servace ll I2 Sports Club IO lSec l Garls League ll Ha Way l2 Popular and fraendly June Junaor Prom Queen an expert dancer and twarler weakness for a certaan baby blue convert ab e thas future teacher en joys swammang dravang and talk an belaeves an makang the mast of thangs Barbara Ann Fisher ll7O Alacaa Avenue FTA lO l2 Student Councal I2 Leaders Club ll lVace Pres l 2 tTreasl Sports Club rPresl Travel Club IO Hockey IO ll I2 Student Servace l0 Basketball IO Barbara wall be remembered for her consaderataon of others warm and friendly personalaty sports and popular musac are favorites a faathful Yankee on lakes to collect stamps and knacknacks what s ahead? college and teachang Rhona Geraldane Fashkm 570 Sunderland Road Te Ha News IO Playcrafters lO Student Councal lO Ha Way lEd st l ll Attractave Rhona soft brown haar and sparklang dark eyes class dancer enjoys art musac and reodang nace clothes for a nace tagure crazy about football games looks for saraceraty an all plans on college and a career as an aar lane stewardess Marvm Fatxer lO26 Wandsor Road Track l l Marv enjoys collectang stamps Cardanal fan enjoys all sports lakes popular musac wall get a job after graduo taon 'R Murray L Fox 183 Church Street Recreatlonol Basketball lO ll Dont bother Murray when hes armed wath a camera' outstandang bowler enjoys lea ue competataon as faxthfu a friend as he as a Dodger an loves workang wuth wood cava enganeerang as has dream for the future j' Edgar Francols, Jr 29 Franklan Rd WE Ed as blue eyed has dark blond haar enjoys speedang down the open road favorate pastame as pursuang has study of astronomy wall study atomac energy an college is 74" ,aff 1- Jullan C Frankel 3 Grange Court Baseball IO II I2 Football IO Il I2 iCo CaptoInJ Basketball The Sophmore Sensation Julies gndiron exploIts for Teaneck High will never be for gotten also likes basebal basketball possesses one f the deepest voices In the class wIll study business administration In college if Thelma Frledman 925 Garrison Avenue Art Service Squad IO lTreasJ I2 LIttIe Brown Jug IO I2 Pla crafters ll I2 Fam y LIvIng lub I2 Te HI News IO Dark and delicate Terrie an enthusiastic artist with two awards to her credit enjoys modeling In fashion shows searches for unusual hair styles an QCfIV8 relIgIous and com munity worker finds satisfac tion In child care plans to pursue art In college 25 'cs Q.4L 'Y it Lois Susan Gardener 255 ChurchIll Road Sports Club I0 TwIrlIng Club I0 II Student Service IO II Trl C Trl HI Y I2 u dent Council II Class Cabinet I2 FTA I2 Girls League I I2 HI Way Active L dark curly hair many friends piano play Ing and sports draw her Interest Italian homecookmg rates oo equipped with a spark ling sense of humor after T H S plans Include college and teaching Edwm Garlmg 78 Oakdene Avenue This senIor will be remembered for his warm friendliness and his wIlIIngness to help Ed Ik9S Rock and Roll another pizza fIend will never forget the Washington trip Sandra F Garrard 246 Grayson Place Te HI News lAdvertIsIng Ed l IO II I2 HI Way I2 iAsst Adver tIsIng Edl Student Service IO ri I I2 Tr Class Cabinet II I2 Sandys VIQOFOUS spIrIt and friendly smile wIll Insure her con tinued popularity In college an enthusiastic Dodger fan adores drIvIng around town IH a Ford this perky blonde enioys dancIng IS attracted by Rock and Roll music ham burgers rate as her favorite food Catherme Garry 950 Red Road Twirling Club IO ll l2' Teaneck Majorette II I2' Girls League II 12' Class Cabinet Il ' Art Service Squad IO I I ' Hi-Way IZ' Library Council IO. Attractive Cathy is an enthu- siastic driver of a 49 Ford con- vertible . . . a tremendous capac- ity for laughing and having fun . . . this popular twirler is easily recognized by her long red red hair . . . always busy . . . plans to enter a business school. Richard Gates 793 Dearborn Street Recreation Basketball IO Base ba I2 Rusty will never forget his senior year at T H S person able friendly fun loving always smiling includes cars and girls among his interests higher learning is next wand ,.,,,,.,,, ,tn ww 'fffviwfv Warren Gilliard 428 Claremont Avenue Rifle Club lO' Student Service lO. Warren is a large boy who fit- tingly enough likes football . . . likes to work on and drive in cars . . . favorite game is pool . . . ' the future, the army and college. Gerald Gerdes lO9 Madison Avenue W E Foo ball IO ll I2 Basketball Jerry loves to eat-especially if the foods to be had at a sorority party enjoys hnllbilly music most at home behind the wheel of his car will re member Slodowskis Southern Siberian Salt Mines college bound Lewis Charles Gershman 33l Vandelinda Avenue cer IO ll 12 Senior Choir IO ll l2 u dent Council lO Student Service Lew is sincere and serious adds a fine voice to the senior choir varsity soccer player enioys model building breeds tropical fish intelligent ond industrious tops scholastically aspiring engineer hopes to travel extensively George W Gibbs 90 Ayers Court WE Intramural Sports ll 12 A ladies man from the word go tall dark and handsome distinguished by his deep voice and unforgettable walk . . . foot- ball and dancing excepting cute girls rate tops . . . has a talent and a liking for basketball . . . an swell guy to know-ask any glr . Grant Merill Gille 200 Griggs Avenue Te-Hi News lO ll l2 1Sports Editorl' Hi-Y lO ll l2 lC0unty Presidentl' Class Cabinet 'll 12' Biology Club lO' Student Service Way l2. ' Surrounded by a multitude of activities versatile popular Grant will always remember the Hi-Y shows . . . besides excelling in indoor activities, Grant actively participates in sports . . . this outstanding senior could be noth- ing but a success in college. ir .if 9.1 sf 85' .4 'v Louise Dorothy Gladstone 292 Harding Avenue Art Service Squad lPres l lO ll I2 Student Council IO Little Brown Jug IO German Club IO Art minded Lou has won second prize in two art contests musically inclined plays piano listens to Jackie Glea son and jazz records loves to dance sincere and honest her self she looks for these qualities in others preparing for col ege Martin Bruce Goldln 255 Highwood Street Friendly and sensible Marty ioys almost all sports reads avidly often relaxes with his stamp collection or camera will take up the study of phar macy after college Sylvia G Goldsmith 276 Grove Street Leaders Club ll lTreasl I2 1Rec Sec yl Sports Club 10 lTreasl Te Hi News lO ll l2 Student Service lO ll Tri Hi Y 2 Tri C. lO Travel C IO ll Hockey, Basketball Base- ball Badminton lO ll l2. This active athlete participates in as many sports as possible . . . prefers tennis and basketball . . . has a collection of many athletic awards . . . sparkling humor and good cheer . . . loves to travel . . . spent a marvelous Junior summer in Europe . . . college next fall. Paulo Susan Goldstein 3l4 DeMott Avenue F nch Club lO l2' F.T.A. 2' Travel Club ll' Girls League lO. Tall brunette Penny . . . accomplished pianist . . . favors popular music . . . quiet and conscientious . . . number one position on her favorite food list reserved for hamburgers , . . co - lege a certanity in her future precedung success , , . liked for her sweet demure ways. Judith R Ginsberg 1492 West Terrace Circle Student Council 12 Te Hi News l2 Playcr rs Art Service Squad I0 I2 Hi Way I2 Girls League I2 Travel Club Judie is gifted with artistic talent interested in interior decorating and fashion designing also writes and plays the piano intelligent and friendly beautiful blue eyes mires sincere and natural people will go on to college v-1-G6 536-.Lx mwsi 1-4-,pc A rw Y... 1 Vs -,NR ...W -ff-0' hu,x -fr . if is , 1, ,ddr R -' Sheldon Goldstein lO4 Blauvelt Street Shelly is happiest on the dance floor . . . prefers the latest Latin American steps . . . buying new clothes, playing the drums, and listening to Rock and Roll are favorite pastimes. Jeanne Grouer 698 Larch Avenue Grrls League ll I2 Class Cabl net I2 TwIrIIng II Lovable and laughable Jeanne always havmg fun frIendly blue eyed blonde Rock and Roll musIc a prlnclpal Interest admlres sIncerIty and honesty In others future prospects Include college sure flre success wIth her captl vatlng smIle George Lewrs Groves 457 W Englewood Avenue W E Rlfle Club IO Qulet and easy gonng George IIkes tlnkerlng wIth hrs car enjoys good humor and personal Ity In people plzza pIe wIll never forget Old Falthful hIs Model A Ford thls atten flV9 senlor plans to be a ma chlnlst ar carpenter N Cornell Gray 68I Ogden Ave WE BIology Club 10 ChoIr I l HI Way I2 lEdItorIaI Asslstantl Math Club I2 Actlve Atoms I2 Student Councll I2 Thus SIX footer lone of the shorter boys In the classl admnts a weak ness for apple ple a la mode and rnch gnrls hobbues are photog raphy and record collectrng a sports enthusnast sure suc cess at medlcal school Alon Green 505 Martense Avenue Intramural Wrestllng I0 Track Tall dark and handsome best descrlbe Al a car enthu SIOST he plans to go Into auto mechamcs or racIng pnzza pre rock and roll also head thIs popu lar semor s lust of favorutes 28 Jeffrey Gorham 703 Penn Avenue Playcrafters II H Y I2 Cross Country I2 Track I2 Rack and Roll Fan enjoys competmve runnlng class wIt hls unequaled lmIfOfIODS of celebrahes In and out of school Indlcates hlS future success In the entertarnment world modest but far from the qulet shy type Jeff s versatlllty on the stage seems unllmnted as he IS can stantly cast IH a fresh roll hlgher IearnIng wIll precede hlS career Donald Rnchord Greenberg I293 Mercedes Street Rlfle Club IO BIology Club IO ChemIstry Club I2 Track IO Easy goIng Dan enjoys musIc and photography prefers golf but enjoys baseball and basket ball also one of the few who enjoys worklng after school plays the trumpet wlll at tend UmversIty of Brndgeport after graduatuon John C Goodman 591 Grenvllle Avenue PhysIcs Club ll BIology Club IO Te HI News IO II I2 lPhotog rap y Edltorl HI Way ll I2 lPhotography Edltorl Soccer II lManagerl HI Y I2 ChoIr IO Teanecks photographrc gemus IS one of the quleter members of the class--and one of the most actrve always fnendly help ful and dependable Johns future Includes college and med: cme Morhn R Gross 311 Queen Anne Road ChoIr IO Rlfle Club IO PhysIcs Club II Art Club IO II Marty has earned several art awards lakes show tunes and operettas especrally GIlbert and Sullnvan IIkes travelmg excellent slnger Interest In theater wIll extend to a success ful stage career WhICh has al ready begun enjoys Italsan food too Fred Greene I232 Lorraune Avenue W E Football IO II I2 Baseball IO II Basketball I2 Nlght Ram wIll remember hIs performances wIth the Velvets In the two HI Y shows aggresslve football player and a wonderful all round guy who loves to eat progressnve sounds are at the top of hIs lIst sure to become a great mechanIcal eng: neer eslle Greenspan 572 WarwIck Avenue aycrafters IO II 'l2 Student er e IO I 2 Te HI News II I2 Student CouncIl I2 Irls League I2 HI Way I2 Travel Club IO II Red Cross IO Artlstnc and neat Les looks for Indlvlduallty In people and clothes enpoys vIewIng foreIgn movles and ballet a can SCIENTIOUS theater fan attracted to progresslve Iazz and Harry Belafonte thIs future co ed IS an accomphshed dancer Robert Hagoplan 645 Northumberland Road P ycrafters IO II I2 LIttle Brown Jug Il Baseball I2 Plays golf baseball lIkES to spend hIs tnme relaxmg b9lIEV9S he wlll lIve longer known for hls sense of humor college to further hIS education before gomg to Wall Street Wayne G Griffin 688 Catalpa Avenue Bnology Club IO lTreasl Stu nt SefVICe IO H Y I0 lVIce Presl I2 lPres I Basket IO I2 Base all ACTIVE Atoms I2 Fun lovln personable slncere exce s In each of hls many fnelds of endeavor outstand Ing scholar asset to the pltch Ing staff and basketball team plays golf IIkes popular muslc the HI Y presldent who broke the gavel sure to be hIgh In the second class to gradu ate from the AIr Force Academy Denms E Grover 165 Hlllcrest Street Denme IS a newcomer ready has made has mark at Tea neck as frlendly and smcere Interests are In musnc and dra matlcs plays several Instru ments well varled Interests extend to chemlstry whnch he wull take up In college Diane Sue Half 107 Grayson Place Te HI News IO Leaders Club I0 I2 Play fters IO l Travel Club I0 II Glrls League I2 HIWayI2 FTA 2 AmIable Dunn remembered for her slncerlty and frIerIdlIness these auaIItIes have won her many fruends mann Interests are drarnatlcs and popular muslc wIll sIt dawn to a pIzza any tlrne plans to attend colle Dall Grober 1462 Essex Road Student CouncIl Il I2 Pl y ca ters II I2 HI Way ll I2 Glrls Lea ue IO Il I2 SpanIsh Club II lass Cabunet I2 Te HI News I I Pert DaIl a package of per sanallty and fun talented at the pnano and on the tennIs court enjoys popular and classncal muslc OCTIVQ In T H S organI zatIons wIll be as well luked and successful at college as she IS at her Alma Mater Jean Hall 40 West Englewood Avenue wIrlIng Club IO Gurls League II I2 Good natured and full of fun Jean wIlI never forget her SCDIOF year an ardent Rock and Roll fan her smcerlty and wIllIngness to co operate wIll help In whatever she undertakes has a special weakness for red heads qs" L ' . 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I Steven Halperin 568 Cumberland Avenue Student CouncIl IO 'Il I2 H Y I2 cms cabmef I2 basketball One of Teaneck HIgh s most out stondmg athletes loves to drIve hIs open aIr yellow Ford popular and wItty Steve dIstInguIshed by hIs grayIng black haIr college wIll preceed hIs successful dentrstry career Ward Halstead 56 VandeIInda Avenue F otball lO ll l2 Track ll I2 College IS ahead for thIs lIkeable senIor any and all food I5 lIked In quantIty hIs Pcntrac IS known throughout Teaneck Included among hIs many Inter ests IS semr clossncal musIc John R Hampton 126 New BrIdge Road S ge Crew IO ll 12 lPresI dentl Qulet and sIncere lakes popu lar muslc baseball IS a favor Ite sport an Interest IH elec tronIcs has made hrm a valuable member of the stage crew NatIonal Guordsman college then law school Wrlluam G Hannan 223 Larch Avenue WrestlIng IO SenIor Band IO BIII IS a talented man Wllh a horn who rates danclng hlgh swvmmmg drlvung dates and ltallan food are Included In his wIde range of Interests co lege next brx -zz. Eugene S Hansen 225 WOSHIDQTOH Place W E Rifle Club IO AVld Rock and Roller loves spaghettI Dodger fan other Interests Include guns horseback Yldlng and model raIl roads wIll Iam the Arr Force after graduatang Merrie Y Hams 9l4 Rldge Way Sennor ChoIr IO ll 12 Red Cross I2 Glrls League lO FrIendly and sIncere MerrIe IS an accomplIshed sInger precIates all good non classIcal musuc an ardent football and baseball spectator belIeves a successful exIstence couples hard work and an enyoyment of lIfe future plans Include college and the world of medIcIne iz" 71" Carol Heeren l6l Church Street Blue eyed Blondie expects to be a buyer after attending col ege her talents in drawing and sewing enable her to make many of her own clothes this petite senior likes Frankie Lane s records has found satisfac tion in working after school for spending money David Heeren I7 Warner Place This long lanky senior is known for his quiet and friendly manner banana splits are a delight a lover of classical music sports minded he enjoys playing tennis 12,4 Nus- Carol Frances Herkt 451 Sagamore Avenue Senior Band 'lO, ll, l25 Marching Band IO, ll, l2j Student Service IO, l2. Blonde Carol . . . one of Mr. Mairs' veterans . . . pla s in the community summer bandl. . . pre- fers popular and light classical works . . . an enthusiastic knitter and sewer . . . a conscientious student . . . active in church social and service functions . . . future secretary or bookkeeper. William F Herlan 594 Tilden Avenue Rifle Club lO ll Senior Choir IO Bill is an outdoorman ou standing swimmer enjoys hunting fishing good food of any type rates high football baseball fan enjoys Rock and Ro will join the Air Force after graduation .lames M Herring 820 Prince Street Jimmy is one of Teaneck s most likeable newcomers friendly sincere a sense of humor this brown haired brown eyed senior will attend law school after college ' William Herhng 40 Dohrman Avenue Soccer IO. Cool calm and collected . . . talented at architectural drawing . . . Rock and Roll and "pop" an . . . sportsminded he finds football baseball and soccer are favorites . . . the crystal ball predicts a future as an artist after the Marine Corps. v Everett D Hmes 1664 Irene Ct WE Math Club I2 Cross Country 12 Baseball ll Active Atoms I2 Physlcs Club ll Rnfle Club lO Student Service IO ll Tall qulet ' Ev sees college In hrs future glad to eat at any tame especially fnfth perlod the afternoon thlnks golf should be the national sport 32 Q7 Wllluam F Hnmmelman 657 Kent Avenue 2 eball lO asketball lO ll l2 Senlor Band lO Tall thln Blll wnll remember double sessuons Rock and Roll country and western music and baseball top his lust a whlz at math he lakes to race sllde rules claims I3 IS his lucky number college In the future 215 ga.,- Ye James Howell 980 Phelps Road Wrestling lO ll l2 Cross Coun try lO Jlm emoys Rock and Roll hrs weights have proven that mountains can be made out of molehllls an active Interest In all he does insures college success Alan Hlller 510 Standush Road Track lO Playcrafters ll Classrcal League ll Cross Coun try l2 One of the Dodgers most ardent fans wrll never forget actrng an Playcrafters productions good looknng a born comuc frned chicken stepped on white bucks and a gurl with a pony tall are mam delights sure success In the TV world after college Ann Theresa Hodum 65 Canterbury Court T Hn Y ll lHustorlanJ I2 Trl C IO Art Service Squad IO Student Servnce IO Hockey ll I2 Tall slender Ann an accom pllshed sewer who makes many chlc clothes plans to attend college soccer games rate hugh enloys her summers m New Hampshlre talent galore for her future career In com merclal art u-is I Clark H Hower 299W Englewood Ave W E Westllng lO ll I2 62 blue eyes blond hanr and an easy gonng manner all de scnbe Clark wall never forget wrestling seasons lakes hunt mg and cars pet peeve borsterous people enjoys par tres college next ,4- Gerald Hlgler 502 Sagamore Avenue Blology Club lO Physlcs Club ll lPresldentl Hr Y ll I2 lSecre taryl Hu Way lAssoclate Edutorl I2 Playcrafters l2 Friendly Jerry IS a popular member of the class gets a bang out of Mr Moore s Englnsh class collects folk muslc and blues has a fabulous sense of humor and hearty laugh fine asset to soccer team college bound and sure to be a success wg-.- --. DUN 5x Clalre Mane Hyland 830 l Ruver Road Neat and well dressed Claure IS considering merchandlzlng and fashion deslgnlng as career beautrful vonce thrs aspnrmg artist with expressive blue eyes loves to eat enloys lustemng to a good jazz band IS on enthuslastlc swimmer plans to pursue her talents of drawing and sewnng In a punlor college A 'lx l Ryu 1 X ff, .bw lm: I + 5 .N ' l 3 ' KV 1 . L- - do I 3 t r J 1 NJ -.sa I - I' I "l up .R 1 Qfv r r 'V r W, lla ' , f V . A4 WL h K J Hi-Y l 5 Bas , ll, l2j 5 , Jr. ' 5 ' B . , 1 ' ' J - ' h , '- ,, - f ,, . ., A ' , I ' - . XM. I . L X , 5 g i,,,,, 1 I W N 1 'l ri- 1 ' ' , , '- A . I . I 1 A , ll, , ' I I l2j ' I III I I . 4 u - I I I - I A I - .iv I ' , ' 2 . ' . ' in ' ' . I K ii' K A X ,V all lf A of ly y 1 ,,s- , A - . . Q 1. I l Q. f 'ar N ' X Xf ' 5-,, , Q ' of 1 . has 1:-X X... N.. Barbara Johnson IO0 Lrndbergh Boulevard Grrls League I0 ll Playcrafters Quret and frrendly descrrbes Bob b to a T brg brown eyes loves to swrm and draw her creatrve abrlrty frnds outlets rn prano and harr stylrng er considerate nature and genurne cheerfulness are apprecrated by a plans to study rnterror decoratrng Davrd W Hoppe 840 Red Road Dave lrkes baseball and cars Rock and Roll rs hrs favorrte musrc enjoys steak and roast beef pet peeve concert espe crally rn grrls future plans rnclude the Marrne Corps and col ege 67" it ,A Janet Mae Joraleman 540 Terhune Street Red Cross II Srngrng and dancrng especrally to country and western musrc have a pull wrfh Janrce enjoys sewrng an enthusrastrc baseball fan delrghts rn a good movre happrly antrcr pates studyrng at Albany Busrness College next year wrll be a frne addrtron to the busrness world James Jerman 784 Salem Street Wrestlrng IO ll Brown eyes dark blond harr Jrm prefers football and wrest lrng but lrkes all sports Navy rs rn the future if r X' .l f 5.5 if Thomas E Johnson I64 Hrllsrde Avenue H Y II I2 fChaplarnl Ac ye Atoms I2 lVrce Presl Cross untry IO ll I2 Track II Tommy wrll always be remem bered for hrs blond harr varred Interests and srncerrty wrll be an asset rn hrs future as an engrneer automobrle racrng przzas and hot musrc are tops wrth thrs good lookrng lad 'Ib' -J 5 Ronald Jacobs 8 Downrng Street CIass2Cabrnet Il Student Coun c Good lookrng Ronnre s frrendly consrderate attrtude makes hrm very popular at T H S enjoys all musrc, especrall classrcal and jazz outstan rng skrer college rs rncluded rn future plans Ruth Anne Johnson 145 Lees Avenue rs League IO II I2 cr terslO ll I2 Ruthre truly one of Teaneck s frrendlrest revels rn rce skat rng and swrmmrng feels at home rn front of an easel srncere rn her ways she appre crates frrends wrth thrs attrrbute rs panned by concerted people unselfrsh servrce as a nurse to follow graduatron gf. Susan Lynn Johnson 391 Suffern Road P ycrafters IO Il I2 lPresl Travel Club IO II lPres u nt Councrl IO ll ws IO II I2 lHea Proof rea erl Hr Way IO I2 Future Teachers l 2 Sweet Sue known for her ready smrle and lovely clothes an expert horseback rrder and rce skater Personal phrl osophy lf you want some thrng badly enough you can get rt A success rn college Te Hr Susan Elrxabeth Johnson IO82 Alrcra Avenue Leaders Club ll I2 IPresl Sports Club I0 4Corres Sect Trr C IO Playcrafters IO ll I2 Hr Y l I2 Hoc y I2 Basketball IO II I2 Base IO I2 Te Hr New Warmhearted Sue loves e open seas enjoyed the con fusron cau ed by having a twrn name boys and musrc rate hrgh snobs and prrssy teen agers strrctly taboo always to be remembered for her full full skrrts a future collegran ' . sf . so - Q .- IX1 ' rs ' ,w. E. 10,11. ' ' .' ' HI- ' - . . - r, - .. 4 ., - - rr - I rr - rr . . , ' ' ' ' G'rlf' , , 5 Play- a , , . I - - . ' I' E I V 6' N X easel ' yrwlnj Y' "N rw I an-J x 's ,, 5- ? . . 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' , - " ' sa Natalie Katz I274 Hastings St WE udent Councll IO I Travel Club IO Playcrafters IO Clnlsh Club cl FTA II lHlstoranl Hn News IO ll C L II Hu Way lL1terary Staffll2 Energetuc Nat always talk eng or laughing enloys the theater and muslc especially tunes by Harry Belafonte weakness for large toy animals mama for buylng clothes her Intelligence and wut wall be great assets an college future teacher Frank Kelly II54 Stasla St W E Franks Interests center around has car a Rock and Roll fan pizza fan football ns favorute sport the future us not deflnute but Frank wlll go or fi ,qv-1 Muchael Karmm 50 West Lawn Drlve Wrestling IO Basketball I Rifle Club II Blond halr good bulld Mike IS a lover of progressive jazz cars women marshmallow sundaes rate tops on has favorite food lust college awauts thus popular athlete Wllllam T Kelly 435 Claremont Avenue Rlfle Club IO Bull s main Interest IS ln numls matics tall quiet and friendly lakes chocolate candy college ahead ,f I? 'cf Howard Kaplan 9OI Garrison Avenue Student Council IO II I2 IO logy Club IO Te Hu News IO our IO II Soccer IO II I2 Student Service Howie IS a boy wlth varied ln terests swlmmlng soccer woodcraft camping are chnef en goyments ardent Dodger Fan has brlght hello for everyone a sure success at college Russell Kemly 603 Kent Avenue Rifle Club I2 Brown eyes and brown halr Russ prefers brown clothes llkes all water sports especlally water skung future mdeflnlte 1 gs 1r"" Susanne G Kaestner lO85 Allcla Avenue aders Club IO II I2 Ln e Brown Jug IO ll lPubllcltyl I2 1Vlce Pres I HI Way I2 o Clrculatlon Edutorl Physics Club I I Chemistry Club I2 Full af fun vnvaclous ue has beautiful hazel eyes and blond halr qulck sense of humor and cheerful smnle versatlle roms In dancing saulmg or hockey Ilkes to read goes all out for the Dodgers a career as a med :cal technlclan ahead -s-. .1 Laurltx K Knudsen 282 Brlarcluffe Road ndI0 ll I2 HnYI2 Soccer II I2 Active AtomsI2 Blonde fruendly Larry can tell you anything and everything about sports cars loves Dlxle land and has qulte a collection the happuest person when the Dodgers won the World Series believes that you should get the most fun out of e wants to study archae ology In college A-v 59 Wa, M If Yew-.7 HR' . is 5 sr ' , 1, I2g r 11, I2g Sp " 11,12' , lSe. g , . , ' i ,I2g Te-' , ,I2gJ...IO, 3 ' ,, ,, Q X , f X Le ' , , M: Atfl ' ' ' s , V 1 ' 'I -'-tl-Y. -lc- ' ' ' ' U.. 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'z .u rse lf f' N 7- V 3 har' B0 , ', 1 '- J ,I ff lf ' 1 34 ' ff ff' Marhn Plnlnp Koeppel I6O Johnson Avenue Wrestlung IO II I2 Track IO Dark good looks sharp clothes flashy danclng ldentlfy Marty qulet but always amlable weakness for gurls who dance well attached to hls maroon Chevy convertlble college next -Dx xf M'f"4 Lge-sw Pafrlcla Ann Krieg III Van Buren Avenue Te H1 News IO Red Cross IO I lTreasl I2 lPresl Home Arts I2 S1ncer1ty and frlendluness mark a bustllng and busy she can often be found nn the k1tchen cooklng desserts or a favorlte dlsh an accompllshed p1an1st also lukes to sew college wnll welcome thls con scnentlous senlor .fe I Sv Wanda Frances Koeddench II4 Llndbergh Boulevard G s League IO II I2 C ss Cabunet II I2 Yearbook I2 r1C IO German Club lTreas l Il I2 Student Servlce Fun lovlng Wanda lovely blond haur sparklmg per sonolnty after school can us ually be found dr1v1ng eat1ng potato chlps or lnstemng to pop ular mus1c duslskes snobs and dr1vers who don t slgnal w never forget her classmates college IS next on the agenda Kay Helen Kaslunas 696 Wnnthrop Road H1 Way I2 Student Servlce IO -Te H1 News IO II I2 lBus1ness Manogerl Class Cablnet I2 Sparklmg brown eyes and an In fectlous smlle descrubes Kay perfectly loves musuc and danclng actnve ln T H S or QOHIZGYIODS looks for s1n cer1ty and frlendlmess 1n others belneves In taklng the llght s1de of thmgs success awalts thus popular senlor at college filh Sally L Koblenxer 699 Kent Avenue Gnrls League ll I2 Leaders Club IO Sally a cute and popular sen1or fOSTldlOUS dresser 1 brown eyes enjoys DOYflCIDOf 1ng un sports w1th fr1ends sw1mm1ng horsebockr1d1ng skat 1ng and danclng are favorltes admlres promptness w al ways remember the fr1ends ac qu1red at T H S Next In SlQhf7 Merchand1s1ng course 1n college E Theodore Koerner ISS Degraw Avenue Football ll I2 Ted enjoys fushnng at a quuet stream most other sports are lnked hIS personaluty makes fnendshnp Wlfh Ted easy success IS guaranteed In college and 1n h1s chosen profess1on Kas' . 11, 12. ' ' ' ' ' I' 57' V- irl." , , 5 la ' -'- ' T '- 9' ' 416 , IO. ' ' ' ' - " A ...,b'g :Q fb ' . Ill - s CE:-'ITIL f QL f a im V Il-l2g Tri-C lOj Tri-1-11-Y Il, IZE . "Pf"... ' ' I ' .'. '.. 'Tx 5- by ...Ny C 1.1 'A I 1.5 Q l. . Beverly Louise Kroencke 652 Kent Avenue Class Cabinet 12 Trl Hi Y 12 s Logue 10 ll 12 crafters 1O 11 Student Council 10 11 Hi Way 12 Student Serv ice 10 Assembly Committee 11 A smile that steals your heart away adorable Bev hazel eyed blonde cooks knits and loves to drive high o her list of ideals IS a r d headed football star of 55 after graduation? Secretarial school Evelyn Krueger 251 Downing Street Student Council 12 Hi Way 12 T H1 News 10 11 I2 Student S rvnce IO 11 Glrs League 10 Spanish Club 12 Art Service uad lO ll Ploycrofters Brown eyed Evle pos esses a yen for Cadillac cars and Chinese food semi classical music rates high with college bound senior loves to draw rnires the qualities of good humor anrl sincerity In others Peter Kuhlke 42 Audubon Road Wrestling ll 12. Hand Coke any food and hell love it. . . natural born artist . . . Rock and Roll tan , . . Cart school ahead. Patricia Suzanne Laden 186 Edgemont Place Girls League 10, 11, 12' Assem- bly Committee 11, 125 Choir 12. Stars don t sparkle any brighter than this adorable senior . . . lovely blue eyes and cute features . . . a ride through the country in a white convertible is her idea of a perfect afternoon . . . a sunny smile all the time . . . a college campus in her future, 'si' Barbara Joan Lanczky 25 Van Arsdale Place W E TrlC 10 Student Council lO Playcrafters 11 12 All music from the classrcs to jazz Interests this vnvacsous girl loves dancing and collecting rec ords but Barbara s not strictly an indoor girl she enloys both swimming and skating avid reader and amateur actre her versatile personality w serve well in nursing school 45. 155. fs Robert E Lebson 4 Myron Court Biology Club 10 Physics Club 11 Active Atoms 12 Pl0YCV0ffeV5 10 11 Te Hi News 10 Sound Crew ll 12 Baseball Manager 11 12 Short intelligent always smiling keen sense of humor unusually friendly travel and theater are two active hobbies but he admits sleeping is his favorite a future M D go" H'-Wibfffftl' '--Y- -.fc az.:-.5141-w.N...'hm4 JL-... ., v-H.:-W fwfr fabb' 4, Jw 'W' YK ,am 1-vw Philip Lee 268 Schley Place Rock and Roll fan . . . cars are main interest . . . most sports appeal . . . favorite food is boiled lobster . . . college or trade school is in future. 37 ff it :all DI Ill Ill ll! vc, fmecvo? 'Nm- Joyce Leschnik 749 Palmer Avenue Ah a green-eyed brunette! . . . a newcomer Joy' has easily adapted herself . . . free moments are spent playing the piano and listening to popular music . . . roots for the Dodgers , . . friendly and cute . . . beautiful clothes . . . Joy will be a sure success in junior college. QW, bf'x it -if Eleanor Llttman 282 Warwick Avenue Girls League lO Playcrafters ll The class of 56 will long remem ber Elly for her sense of humor frank good natured attitude an enthusiastic driver er great senior year at biology dissections are among her mem ones enioys record collecting prefers Frank Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald a future Collegian fw r Lofberg 0 Elm Avenue C s Cab net ll Recreation etball Rifle Club Easy goin o ing Rag an avid ports e husiast besides s orts this blond blue eyed senior enioys tinkering and driving cars a future in col lege and pharmacy await him Constance Lohbeck 247 Edgemant Terrace s L ague IO ll I2 Cass inet ll I2 Tri Hi Y Tri-C lO' Student Service lO, l2: Student Council l2' Hi-Way l2' G rman Club IO ll lPres,l, l2 tPres.J. Active and hard-working Con- nie . . . an accomplished pianist . . .enjoys dancing , . .this warm- hearted senior takes pleasure in swimming and canoeing . . . teaches both skills during the summer . . . future prospects in- clude college. Anita Lorenxetti 30 Werner Place Twirling Club IO, ll, l2g Teaneck Majorette l2g Library Council ll, l2g Hi-Way l2p Girls' League 12. Attractive Anita . . . a true friend . . . enjoys horseback riding and riflery . . . conscientious seamstress , . , popular "Midget" will always remember her first time as a twirler. , . loves driving and popular music . . . plans to become a dental assistant. David Lurer IO6 Chadw1ck Road Student Councll II Recreatlon Basketball IO II Dave enloys danc1ng popu lar mus1c and yazz are favarltes sports mlnded llkes foot ball above all others college ahead X,X S-.Nr Lawrence Mandell 625 L1nden Avenue Baseball IO II Student Counc1 I2 Physlcs II Larry IS qu1et wrth a subtle sense of humor male half or o palr of twnns excellent dancer enloys any and all sports and can perform well an most mechan1caIly m1nded he as often worklng on hus car w1ll turn hrs talents to engr neerung after college Hlnda Ludwig 22 Holland Terrace Red Cross IO Playcrofters II Travel Club II I2 G1rls League Fun lovlng Hlnda w al ways remember Teaneck football games and pep rallnes Kroner and hls classes w1ll llnger loves popular rnusnc and danc 1n wears fashlonable clothes IhIS Yankee enthusrast has plans for college Marilyn Ruth Mandell 625 L1nden Avenue Playcrafters II I2 Gnrls League I2 Red Cross I2 Slncere and consclentlous Marllyn energetuc raoter at football games enloys good musuc nn any form loves to dance IS a great Mambo enthusuast and performer has a mama for pnzza looks ID the d1rect1on of teachung Q Q7 Henry C Lubben 289 Crestvrew Place Cho1r IO II I2 Stage Crew H1 Way I2 Chess Club Il Henry apprec1ates good mus1c pet peeve tard1ness has a beautlful clear tenor volce future IS an the freld of forestry Isabel S Marcus IO8O Lambert Road e ate Club II resl lNews Edntorl I2 lNews Ed1torl H1 Way ll I2 lCo L1terary Ed: torl Student Councll IO Il I2 Class Cabunet ll I2 BIO ogy C ub IO Glrls League IO 2 lnternat1onaI Relatlons Forum IO lSec 1 Student Serv1ce I2 Izzy s powerful personality has brought many fnends accom pllshments and awards most outstandnng orator 1n Teaneck Hlgh s hnstory she has won many contests read1ng and l1sten1ng to var1ed record collect1ons oc cupy her spare t1me thus mature and act1ve senlor po1nts her Intellectual Interests towards college and then a career 1n can stntutlonal law 2"'N hiv Q Lawrence D Lowenthal 63l Wyndham Road Student Councll IO II I2 Class Ca1netII I2 H1 Way I2 H1 Y T H N s I s1stant Feature Edltorl I2 lFea ture Edltorl Wrestl1ng IO I2 Cross Country IO Debat1ng Club Il Spanlsh Club Il Tall lanky Larry descrlbes hum self as talentless although he WVIISS extremely well spends a lot of tlme read1ng newspapers a rab1d C1nc1nnat1 Reds an s1ncere and ser1ous m1nded mth a subtle sense of humor well read attends theatre regularly enjoys I1sten1ng to show tunes w go for 1n college Robert Martme 452 Sagamore Avenue Recreatlon Basketball IO II Good looknng Bob IS known for hlS s1ncer1ty quuet and frnendly l1ISIr'lf9t'eSl' 1n auto mechan1cs has determmed h1s future llkes basketball 1n partlcular and sports In general T X 'Q . 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'-" Q 1 I I "I ..1 A .Tb , is ff I 38 i' E' Yi Mlchael Marx ll8 Ayers Ct WE Stage Crew IO Recreatuon Bas ketball IO Rlfle Club IO Student Servlce IO Te Hu News I2 Hrs helght and short short crew cut set Make apart enjoys watching and partlclpatlng In all sports loves ltallan food and Rock and Roll the New York Yankees IS has chosen team plans to study vetennary med: cnne nn college Estella McEwen 364 Bllllngton Road Red Cross Club Il Trl Hu Y IO II Student Servuce IO II Glrls League IO Il I2 Class Cablnet Demure and reflned Stella expresslve blue eyes peaches and cream complexnon paragon of femlnlnnty sewnng us a favorlte occupatlon Antoma Maslow l08 Merrrson Street Ploycrafters I2 Leaders Club I2 Travel Club IO II Red Cross Club IO I2 Te HI News I2 HI Way I2 Art Service Squad IO Blond blue eyed Tom joys popular muslc tenms or and swlmmlng wlll never forget T H S footboll games thus attractlve sensor has beautl ful clothes and wears them well a better frlend could not be found college wlll follow Duane E McCullough l99 Oakdene Avenue Class Cablnet II I2 Student Councll IO II Playcrafters I0 e Du possesses a heart of gold to complement her angel face understandmg and helpful to all loves to sew and make others happy an accomplished knlt ter of argyle socks ludglng from her popularlty at THS D IS cetraln to experlence many wonderful college days toys attendung New York theatre musucals likes to travel and meet new people teachlng ID the future 4, Carl Masonberg S87 Beverly Road Sensor Band IO II I2 Short curly red hair dlstlngulshes Car lukes to try out dlf ferent types of food college IS ahead and success as rn the stars John McCall 22I Hlllsude Avenue Loyal Rock and Roller przza a favorite Johnnys well tumed remarks wlll always be remembered easy goung plans to attend business machlne school after graduaton ambl tron will carry hum far Srl 'EI Barbara Matera 27 Bllton Street WE Versatile Barbara enjoys danc :ng and roller skatmg future dress designer thus at tractuve sensor appreciates Rock and Roll music wull never for get Mr Chapmans bookkeepmg class prefers baseball to any other sport plans to pursue her Interest ln drawing through art school an-. mn Mayer 544 Beverly Road Band IO II Student Councll II Known for hrs appreclatlon of O Henryesque stones Marty plans a career as a radlo and televusnon announcer collects and enloys Rock and Roll records always helpful and affable Marty enjoys all sports as a spectator and player WL al Q l H ,, 'A In . . 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Damel Melehan 50 Voorhees St WE Tall and good lookung wall be remembered for hls brlght ever ready smlle likes glrls food parties and hrs car wlll never forget hrs senlor year omloble Dgjnny wull go for ln has chosen fuel Edward Lawrence Melnlck 354 Forest Ave WE Football IO ll Wrestllng IO ll I2 Physics Club ll Senior Closs Cabinet HI Y I2 Student Coun cll I2 Chemrstry Club l2 Recre atuon Basketball IO ll Whlz at math and sclence the lighter slde Ed enyoys pop musuc and swrmmlng cheer fulness the most outstandlng of hrs many odmlrable trolts success ns Insured at medical school Mlrlam Melsllk 272 Schley Place Ar Service Squad IO ll 2 Playcrofters ll Debating Club ll Travel Club IO Dellcote Mrrlam appreciates classrcol musrc and the ballet an accomplished flgure skater thus ortrstuc sensor rs absorbed by gordenlng salads rate as pre ferred food plans to attend college and study textlle desrgn Judlth A Merlnger 593 Martense Avenue Red Cross ll 12 lVlce Presl Hu Way I2 Tall blue eyed Jud appreclates classlcol musuc In general Aldo ln portrcular on expert at German cookung has prefer ence for tall boys wlth brown hour and brown eyes thas future secretory rs also a capable swrmmer her spontaneous laugh IS an outward expressnon of her worm nature ond personality Janet McMahon 567 Northumberland Road W E Cheealeodrng ll l2 Class Cobl D I Girls League I0 ll I2 Hr Way I2 Ploycrafters IO ll Attractlve and talkotrve Jon models fngure one of the frlendlnest T H S cheerleaders on expert dancer and party hostess has fond memones of football games and the Senlors of 56 her terrlflc abrllty to make fnends wnll be on asset to her college Ilfe Adele Louise Merkle 288 Brlarcllffe Road Student Service IO ll I2 Music Apprecratron CI b I0 Travel Club IO Hu Way I2 Student C uncllll I2 Tru Hn Yll Cass Coblnetll l2 Hockeyl2 Choxr Hazel eyed Adele loves all music great scholostlc ablllty appreciates slncerrty In other people an avld reader hos o fondness for cats enloys Ice skotvng and tennus w surely succeed In college 424.13 Robert McGuure l6l Evergreen Place W E Rlfle Club lO Bowllng Club lO Mac rs on outdoor man hunting trapping and booting are favorites lakes Rock and Ro enjoys worklng on cars wlll seek success In the bus: ness world s.-ou 5 ,WH ui!- ...IJ 4 -1 'wp Jack W Meyer 281 De Grow Avenue Cho1r'lO ll I2 Stage Crew ll HI Y 12 Track I2 Jack IS qunet and srncere and amuable one of Teanecks outstandmg muslcnans all wlll remember has performances ot In the Choir Show has a subtle sense of humor co lege wlll prepare hum as a cordmg engineer '15 t I- 5 ' ' - . - N. 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John H Meyer 80 Garden Street Student Councal II Easy goang Johnny as a Rock and Roll fan lakes pazza pae model makang stamp collectang has quack busmess sense wall be an asset an the busaness world Linda Marguerate Meyer l90 Church St W E Mcaaorettes II I2 Garls League I2 Tw g C ub IO Il Home Arts Club I2 an tany sweet and nace to know thas cute maaorette loves twarlang at football games lakes dravmg and knattang ar gyles but best of all havang a good tame apprecaates a sense of humor sancere and well Iaked Landa wall make a wonderful secretary ..,q...-,f....H sas- TSANKLK MEMOQWAL QYMNA ,wld ,,,,..,...,.,ae- Yew- "W" mix Q www F t ull 'iv eMWwms WHEN 'Www Karla F Moebaus IO8 Maple Street Orchestra lStraragsl IO Play crafters I0 Te Ha News I2 Rafle Club I2 German Club I2 Choar Fraendly and vavacaous Karla never a dull moment when she s around loves to max wa'h crowds of people swammafag rates hugh as a favorate pastame also enaoys Rock and Roll sports anamals and dancang a talented vaolanast college bound f- www Joseph Mlllstem 6l 3 Sagamore Avenue Student Councal I2 Recreataon Basketball IO II I2 Wrestling Sanceraty and fraendlaness make Joe one of the best laked mem bers of has class sports manded baseball and swammang are tavorates food connoisseur college wall prepare ham for success In the busaness world 5 x TV' New IX Barbara Maralyn Maller 844 Grange Road Playcrafters II Student Councal I0 II Student Servace I0 II Spanash Club II lSec I I2 lVace resl Ha Way II 2 ague 'IO Il Tra Class Cabanet II I2 Cheerlead ang Squad I I I2 Tram and talented Babs enjoys well deserved popularaty beautaful clothes to grace an eye catchang fagure skatang swammang skaang a college late awaats thas captavatang mass adept at and water Rudy Maller I72O Ardsley Ct W E A newcomer to THS Rudy has adapted hamself well to the school genaal has favorate pastame as workang on cars daslzkes sophastacated people Rudy wall enter the mechamcal fneld after graduataon I 4I Brenda Ruth Maller Deer Track Lane Valley Cottage New York Leaders Club II I2 Hockey II I2 French Club I2 Student Cauncal I2 Class Cabanet II I2 Orchestra IO II I2 All State Orchestra IO II I2 Te Ha News ll Ha Way I2 Vvacaous Bren possesses a ready smale and frrendly man ner looks to braght sade of a e musacally talented espe caally wath the vaolan lakes to wrate enaoys almost all sports thas well laked garl wall maaor an aournalasm and musac at col ege 4' Harraet Daane Mrller 242 Elm Avenue Senaor Band IO Il I2 Marchang Band IO II I2 Senaor Orchestra I2 Ha Way ll I2 Stu en Servace IO II Actave Atoms I2 Conscaentaous Harraet a de voted follower of Mr Maars enaays aazz but prefers classucal musac thas fraendly brown eyed mass apprecaates a good argument varaed pastames an clude playang the paano watchang football games and roller skat n college an the ammedaate future x J L I M" , I . ,K 1 a I 1 1 , I I J , I I I I I ' I K I 1 I I ' -'fly 5 1 ' ' , I i . ,, ,, ' l'f . . . 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' , ' I I g . . . sq I -, Robert Molinaro 432 Division Street B seball I0 II I2 Friendly Bob is one of T H S s best on the baseball diamond Rock and Roll fan outstand ing in any sport he tries Navy career awalts him Brian Frederick Molloy 560 Palisade Avenue Senior Band IO ll I2 An outstanding musician Brian is a pianist of professional caliber a wlnner of scholarships to Julllard School of Music for the past three years plans to at tend the graduate school at Jul hard after commencement the ambition of this quietly intel Ilgent senior will be realized through concert playing or teach ing of the piano Kenneth Mondshem l398 River Rd WE Playcrafters I2 Track IO Active Atoms I2 Senior Band I2 Senior Orchestra I2 Ken likes swing music talented musician will never forget Mr Breisch s history classes enjoys sports stamp col lector his favorite hobby is photography college is next for this senior Maiorie D. Montelth I66 Oakdene Avenue Travel Club I0 lSec.l I I' Library Council I2' Bowling Club IO. , Tall slender Margie can al- ways be found laughing and hav- ing a good time . . . devotee to popular music . . . cooks and sews expertly . . . this blue-eyed miss has a weakness for long telephone conversations . . . w' find a career in the secretarial field. ""-.,:," fin., 42 Jane Elizabeth Moore 734 Rutland Avenue W E HI Way I2 Student Service IO Class Cabinet II I2 League Il I2 Te Hi News Il Travel Club IO Always busy Jane a Glenn Miller enthusiast appreciates a keen sense of humor loves having fun avid sports fan favors swimming ice skating and water skiing business school will occupy her time In the future NS" Pamela Jean Moore 302 West Englewood Avenue u ent Council IO ll reasl T HI Y lPresl Junior Classical League 2 lTreas I2 a tional Sec I Girls League IO ll Te Hi News IO II Class Cabinet e rown g lBoard of Managersl 52 e es of bl e pretty peppy Pam winner of the Elmira Key a wonderful personality and fabulous school spirit loves to dance paint and sew is sure to be one of our future advertising executives 55 We -,fc-rx a if, -'Q-.1-1'-ff' x 'N -f N, gbx?se ? wfw 1 ng -1- 'weawezc 35? ,M ,M ,dx MWF- " -ff Lf' 631- a 5-"P 4' .1 'fo .ra li r me ...sf 13 rdf'-iw J' N-f1f.+ 4, PI'-14 ease, 4543-'i?'2g.gj, vs, ,U af, wr-39519-. 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' - 1fl . ,I . . . . . . 4 I 1 , Y ' 1 Evelyn Carol Nelson 45 Orchard Street Te HI News I2 HI Way I2 Class Cablnet I2 Student Councll IO I2 Glrls Lea ue I Underneath Carol s qulet dlSDOSl tlon IS a warm and frnendly per sonallty talents Include knut tnng skatung and playlng the plana smcere herself Carol appreclates thus tralt In others partIal to Glenn Muller muslc and tall boys to busuness schoo looks forward Patricia Joan Netherly I4O West Englewood Avenue Student Councll IO II I2 St d nt Servnce IO II I2 Jun r Classrcal League IO II I2 De bate Club II I2 Actrve Atoms I2 Sports Club IO IntellIgent Pat possessesasub tle sense of humor and a wonder ful understanding of human na ture good natured and tolka tnve hos o knack for loslng thlngs thls future collegnan favors water skIIng and ICE skat In favornteexpresslon Dont panIc' Harold Nast I40 Tessen Street Chemxstry Club I2 Tall frlendly Harry has a smIle for everyone llkes chemustry enloys llstennng to popular songs Interests Include boats baseball and basketball also appeal looklng forward '0 college Jack Nllsen 29 Van Buskurk Road Rifle Club IO Easy gorng Jack llkes to tlnker Wlfh cars enjoys all sports pecnally football and Rock and Roll rates hugh enloys Vlflefv asplres to be an aero nautrcal englneer WWE? in "::.2" ohnnle A Najarmn 29 Pleasant Place One of the classes funniest and most snncere members has no use for the problems of llfe lukes frled chucken steak and banana spllts sure to be re membered for has own Inlmltable way of telllng a story wIll1oIn the aIr leglon as a pnlot Albert Jan Novak I7 Bnlton Street W E Rlfle Club IO Al s mann Interest IS cars lespe cually auto racnngl also en Ioys Rock and Roll muslc after college Al asprres to be an electrncal engmeer HQWWWQG I' Bruce H Munro 566 Northumberland Road Laughung brown eyes and a mrs chlevlous smlle mark thus lrkeable senuor Bruce enpoys saulmg and Ice hockey college bound and sure to achleve a happy future N qv: 4 i' Yom 'HQ 5 1 .loy Novello 88 Ward Plaza W E Playcrafters IO Our tmy blonde bombshell just reaches the flve foot mark her cholce of rnuslc modern jazz a smooth dancer loads of I n fashIonable dresser Brooklyn fans just dont rate wIll begm her career as a model and fInIsh as a Mrs 'iv- Cv. 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' r, fy ' -- ' .ll I ix g 3 ' ' be 4 of I, -cz' 7-9 Manlyn Ostrow 642 Ogden Avenue Student CouncIl ll 12 Student Servuce ll I2 GIrls League ll H Way 11 2 A dazzlIng array of clothes fash Ionable haIrstyle and unusual shoes MarIlyn possesses all these thIngs Glen MIller rates tops wuth her forever busy Wlfh some actIvIty she always has tIme for a frIendly word ThIS travelled mIss enloys danc Ing and the theater future plans Include a college educatIon 'I 'tfipv' 1 sat GMS AV wx" -9' I wg my JJ ff, .ig '31, vgqmf 5:3 QMS I ex 1-A-,ww Exim.. ,bw-Q., Snmone A Pene 1094 Lambert Road FrIendly and lIkeabIe SImane en joys popular musIc lIsts the HIlltoppers as her favante vocal group a well known fugure In her red and whIte Bulck ways ready for spagheth thIs talkatIve rnlss plans to attend nIght college whIle workmg for 4 If Charles Parr 1161 Queen Anne Road W E Football 10 11 12 Sports enthuslast fIshIng and football tops popular musIc makes a blg h1t hkesdg rls ChInese food sIncere an fun IOVIHQ future plans Include college Salvatore Pecoraro 23 Tessen Street Sal IS the owner of a fun lov 'HQ Splflf a regular cut up he brIghtens up many a dull mo ment enjoys tInkerIng Wlfh cars hopes to have a success ful career as a car mechamc Rose Mane Pastore 42 WashIngton Place Red Cross 11 12 HI Way 12 Rose has added much spIrIt and frlendllness to the Class of 56 mmm' just taste one of her scrumptIous cakes' has re ceIved bronze sIlver and gold Sequence Honor PINS for her scholastlc abIlIty a level headed and capable mIss Rose plans to be a secretary er many frIends WISh her success Donald Pavony 118 Cedar Lane ln hlS few years at THS Don has gaIned many frIends frIendly personalIty IS hIS asset Interested In local and na tIonal affaIrs enloys good musIc flShInQ and huntIng busIness admInIstratIon or fores try lIes ahead the Telephone Company Q 1 i"' gf-'fi M if iv . fu-It I I I Gilt i- , 1 . . l ' . ,, I I ' H .V . . , 1, . . 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Marlon Rita Perry I3I 8 Fayette Street Girls League I2 Student Council I0 Playcrafters IO Te Hi News IO II Class Cabinet Il I2 Tri H Y I2 A halo of blonde hair enhances Marions striking attractiveness curvaceous and vivacious possesses a wonderful sense of humor a beautiful dresser Marlon s weaknesses lie in shoes and fancy pegged pants sweet and sophisticated this lovely lady is meant for mink Barbara Ann Peterson I086 Teaneck Road oir IO II Pete a sweet singing voice very active in the Senior Choir swimming and skating are favorites with her likes people with a sense of humor excells at cooking a Winsome smile plans to be a secretary and to study singing Richard A Pfeiffer 368 Morningside Terrace Little Brown Jug IO II iVice President! I2 lPresident7 Marching Band IO II' Cass Cabinet II I2' Track IO' Stage Crew IO. Popular Dick is well-known for his fabulous sense of humor . . . a talented saxophone player . . . prefers Dixieland iazz and the Blues . . . this future college stu- dent spends much spare time working on his car . . . enjoys dancing . . . number one slot on favorite food list reserved for roast beef. Fred Pitofsky 674 Larch Avenue Track IO' Playcrafters IO. A friendly fellow with an easy going manner-thats Fred . . . Submarine sandwiches and steak are his favorite foods . . . likes working on his car. . . a business career awaits him. 46 David Poskanzer Barbara Ann Potts 588 S. Forest Dr. W.E. Basketball IO, Il' Student Coun- cil IO Il' Class Cabinet II' e- bating Club I I. Athletically inclined . . . plays golf loves baseball . , . likes to read . . . admires self-confidence . . . enjoys an intelligent conver- sation or argument . . . sense of humor a definite asset , . . e future? study I at an Ivy League school. ff' I IO Sherman Avenue Choir II' Travel Club IO' Bowl- ing Club 9 IO. Good-humored Bobbie , always happy appreciates a smile from others . . . driving rates in her catalogue of pastimes . . . varied interests and talents including playing the piano make her an interesting companion . . . an ex- pensive doll collection . . . headed for a career as a nurse. 'UQ Phyllis PIlllCIOffG 770 Stelton Street Leaders Club I2 Hn Way 12 Girls League I2 An attractlve gurl Phnl w ll al ways greet you wlth a smnle excels In dancing and skatnng her wnllvngness to help others and her sunny dlsposntnon contribute to Phll s popular: 'ovely oves herself on hazel eyes wull make a the hockey field capable secretary f"' A .-wud? 45mm-4-.-a-1 ...lt om-G -,ls .W We QA I vi- Yu I ffl t N3 15 xl-A-11 E Vx rits, we ,N msmmPma -wtf.-new + wmfeuq wer c J 5'-f"l"" sfmmmwm nwcws 4 1454- Pbwiv ,Ag x,-rains-s J B sf AWA W Kr fax 4 9' ,yn Maxme P Rabin 28 Edgemont Place Gnrls League lTreasurerJ ll lSecretaryl I2 Student Council l2 Class Ca :net Hn Way ll l2 Cheerleadlng IO l2 Playcr ers O The magnetism ln Maxine s per sonallty makes you feel that she s fun to know one of our cutest sensors on to college talented at dancing especlall with Yale men the nickname Max us her pet peeve Max we love you' ff-fi, mvmew 1' 'ff 12' V-flfl X P' 'fs' Barbara Leah Rauch 95 Norfolk Street C our IO ll l2 Te Hn News lO ll Hn Way l2 Playcrafters IO ll Student Servxce IO ll Class Cablnet ll Perf Bobbl always on the enloys nearly all sports and musnc belleves a person should have an ultimate goal and struve to attain It ful of personality and fun bound fo be an overwhelmlng success on some college campus Cecile Jeanne Rash 38 Selvage Avenue Tr HIY IO I2 Class Cabinet 12 Blolog Cu IO Glrs League IO ll I2 Playcrafters Lovely to look at amiable dark eyed Cell can casuly be spotted In a crowd by her xnfcc tlous laugh loves to talk on the phone poised and pretty this eye catchung sensor wnll make the perfect nurse as all the qualities necessary for success 47 ' ,Au A ' .vgxi-- 'JA H l MJ ie- f - 3' -..,... .. ,:1t"'l ' F ,,.,..E' " "" .,. 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A - H H - . . . H H . . . . , . 5, , , 1. we e gs ef ie '- , f 1 ' , F-C 4' 1 1, g y I b g 1 IO I V I , L A H H ' ' ' v ' -fc -' Y, . . . . . h John Byron Reer 1150 Stasia St W E Track 10 11 Johnnys interests cars sports money a warm friendly smile sets him apart enjoys Rock and Roll music and spicy ltolian dishes a sure success in col lege or the armed forces Pamela Roberts Riegel 301 Churchill Road Student Service IO 11 12 Class inet 12 T Hi Y lChaplain1 Active Atoms 12 Hockey 12 Pam has achieved many hon ors with her sewing skill joys sewing knitting and cook in lovely blue eyes and blonde hair loves driving and listening to Glenn Miller music will major in Home Economics at college Jessie Robinson 507 Claremont Avenue Cheerleading 10, 11, 12 lCo- Captainlg Tri-C 9 ITreasurerJ, 10 iHistorianJg Girls' League 10, 11, 125 Biology Club 105 Te-Hi News 10, 125 .lug 10, 11g Tri- Hi-Y ll, 125 Class Cabinet 11, 123 Hi-Way 12. Spirited "Jess" will always be re- membered os our popular cheer- leading captain . . . a ready and sparkling smile for everyone . . . a champion roller-skater, Jess also loves swimming . . . will make a terrific and attractive nurse after graduation. IQ' b w Y' ff! Q'-r" 1:---J ?"" Charles Richard Reilly 1354 Dickerson Rd W E Football 10 Friendly and cheerful Dick has enjoyed working through high school appreciates good music in any form an unforgettable figure in his lavender Ford con vertnble this future college student is considering business management an aspiring mil lionaire regrets not having had more time for clubs and sports Renee D Rem 945 Prince Street s Lague101l 12 crafters 10 11 12 Student Serv Little Brown Jug 11 Hi Way 12 Student Council 12 Cute and sincere Renee loves a good gab session honor stu dent with lots of pep enjoys popular music and pizza ready smile bound to go far in a career as a medical tech nologist 48 A Bernadette Reptlc 332 Griggs Avenue Sports Club 10 Leaders Club 11 12 Dance Club 11 Hi Way 12 sincere gal has all these charac teristics which contribute to her popularity pronounced liking for popular music especially Rock and Roll what better way to spend an afternoon says Berna dette than riding in a convert: ble and eating on ice cream cone? aspires to be a reporter Cab' b g ri-' '-' ll, 12 I I Il ll ' ' - ix l ' H 4' H ' . . , en- ' g . . .I ' n n 'rr ' 4 Q jf j . Girl' e , , 5 Play- 5 E , . ,, 4 ,, . - . . - I ' ' H ' A 199 Hr 125 Class Coplnft H1 mf Jovial? yesg considerate? yes, this h n " .'- -' "-"...a E, ,- N ' ' '. . I ' ' ' . ' ' 4. . ll Illl ' I . - A , A , ff Michael Rosenberg 912 Helen Street Track 105 Rifle Club 115 Chemis- try Club 12. Tall, dark and handsome de- scribes "Mike" . , . enjoys watch- ing a golf tournament or football game . . . popular and swing music are the greatest . . . is bound for college next year. Judith Rosenthal 1321 Sussex Road fi 1? we Phyllis P nom 616 Cumberland Avenue Choir 12 HI Way 12 Sparkling brown eyes and a fine sense of humor make Phy popular with everyone T H S pep assemblies and rallies are among her high school memories endowed with a large supply of energy Phyl is an expert hockey and volleyball player another sensor who prefers Italian food college 3' YL if Juliet Nona Rothman 482 Standish Road Te Hr News IO 11 12 Student Councll IO 12 Hi Way 12 Bio logy Club IO Active Atoms 12 Debate Club ll 12 Playcrafters Intelligence personified Juliet IS well versed in any subject has won many awards for scho lastlc ability hours spent In the New York theater especially viewing musicals has a flalr for wrltm Juliet s initiative will carry er far In her scientific career 49 Hn Way 12 lCo Circulation Man a erl Girls eague lVlce Pres! 12 lProgram Chair manl Playcrafters 10 ll ecl ass ablnet 1 Student Council IO 11 12 Vuvaclous Judy always neat record collector tween club meetings she may be found either reading or rehears ing a new dramatlc role quick wit plus mental prowess will be a tremendous asset in college a career in mer chandlzmg to follow W' Harry Rowe 179 Johnson Avenue Good notured handsome Harry is one of the athletes of our class football and baseball are has favorites has a weakness for pretty gurls especlally one cheer leader a college career Iles ahead Eleanor J Runge 1445 Teaneck Road Re Cross 11 12 An avid Dodger fan from way back baseball IS one of Els favorite sports loves animals especially dogs and horses poys singing old favorites favorite stars June Ally on and John Wayne pet peeves are lazy people plans to be a secretary g- j ' ' AL 10, 5 f ' ' , , 12 ms . 5 Cl lc ' 1, 125 1 ' ' ll ll I , . A . . . V l I I . . . be- ' x -Ez, 'ft' K1 'A l l E ' 5 '- . - 'g , , i Football IO, ll, 125 Basketball ' ' , : '5 1 ' - lo. eg H In 5 . F - ' he U ..: . . , U, 12. f . -N I A . ' . . . I 4 'f' V 1 . ' ' ' - K d , . I 1 V . ' . F . . . enl Floyd F. Schmid 42 Church St., W.E. Class Cabinet ll lTreasurerl, I2 lTreasurerl' Football' Baseballg Wrestllng Frrendly and fun lovnng poys popular musnc sports m1nded regularly attends mov1es w1ll always be remem bered for h1s leadersh1p of the class Cs Ronald H Schmidt T53 Evergreen Place W E J V Basketball IO Art Servuce uad ll H1 Y Consclentlous Ronnle IS out standlng In the f1eld of art be5IdCS thls he ranks golf as h1s favorlte act1v1ty engoys de sngnlng and adrnuts hls fondest dream I5 to attend arch1tectural school 50 Stephen Sachs 91 5 Phelps Road Chess Club ll Steve as qulet affable favonte muslc L1szt avr chess player one of the best on the dance floor w be a def1n1te success 1n college 'ing if ff Wayne Schmrtt 527 Teaneck Road Blg Wayne llkes sknng COIN collect1ng a favonte hobby enloys playmg chess a th1n and darkhalred future 1ndef1n1te 1 V 2 5'f f fs.-1 'Sf Suzanne Scherer 838 Club Road Tr1 C res l 1 4Secl I2 lV1ce Presl Student unc1l IO 4S cl l2 lPre 1 Playcrafters IO I2 Student Servuce ll l2 Tr1 H1 Y County Vlce Presndent Charmlng Sue a terr1f1c personallty wlth a wonderful sense of humor character roles 1n T H S productnons drew many hearty laughs who can t recognize Sue by her merry g1ggle9 college and teach 1ng 1n the future Wrlllam George Schmldt, Jr 322 Woodbune Street Sports appeal goes sw1mm1ng huntlng angl1ng a DeMolay master councnlor w1Il 1o1n Arr Force and hopes to go to Arr Force Academy frrendly has a good sense of humor au, me-Q' George Schowerer, Jr 20 West Englewood Avenue W E H1 Way lPhotographyl I2 Tall and blue eyed Les IS char actenzed by hrs flery red ha1r spends much tnme mak1ng multu ple recordmgs an ardent fan of Les Paul and Mary Ford th1s talented boy plans to enter Stevens lnstltute of Technology a consc1ent1aus lover of pho tography and electromcs possesses a skull for play1ng the electrrc gu1tar Judlth Eleanor Schlosser H23 Sussex Road Student Serv1celO I l Travel Club lO ll Class Cab1net ll Tr1 H1 Y 12 Student C0unc1l I2 Consc1ent1ous soft spoken and charmlng Judy IS always a lady enloys sewlng cooknng and watchnng football games sent1mental mus1c and plzza ple are f5VOflfES devotes tlme to servuce prolects hates to mlss a good movue secretary to be Q1-.. in-1' r?""' QQ., Michael E Schrader 964 Darlen Terrace lntelhgent Mlke possesses a talent ln archltectural drawnng enpoys s1ng1ng and play1ng the p1ano an enthus1ast1c gardener thus blond lad plans to become a Spamsh and Lat1n rofessor never gets enough asagna favorlte sport ICE skatmg . '. IO KP- .5 Tri-1-1'-Y ll ' , 5 y V - -: 'A ...mtg Col! ,ll,'l2gll5.T,A. ll ' 5' '. gg, l I I e . , s. 5 I r 1 ' . , my H ill ,tp I ,, z ' -4 I Qs . ' j H H ' b '- , . . ' ' , ' so " 1 '- ll,'l2. 5 V 8' J' . , by YF . Z ' ' . - - 1l . . . I I . A 5 ' . . Y J gr 5 , X X X A if l 1 1 Q g 1 4. f gl ,. 5 rl! Ni, Y l, ' if R ' ' 1 0 . ., . 1: 34 " K .el ' 7 Y T fisiff X t rt ' I . ' . . . . - - n n -. - ' ' ' Rlchard Schroeder 1648 Faurfueld Street W E Football 11 Marchnng Band 10 Rifle Club 10 Tall dark Rack IS an ardent musnc tan prefers the Rock and Roll mood a talented and conscnentlous mechamc enloys drlvmg any type car this sincere sensor plans to work as an auto mechanic and later joan the Alr Force Joan Scalfanr 154 Teaneck Road A well llked newcomer to T H S Joan has a cheery greetung for her classmates a party gal warm brown eyes and an af fable dlsposltuon relaxatuon nncludes dancing bowlmg and watchlng televlslon always well dressed .loan wlll make her way into the business world very soon Hifi! W7-A-., Wlllram 0 Schwanewede 431 Mantland Avenue W E Math Club 12 Junior Classlcal League 11 12 Actuve Atoms 12 Hn Y 12 Physlcs Club Buology Club 10 Student Servuce IO ll Blll s hobbles Include Colle' ting stamps and records fond of lnstrumentol music pet peeve braggarts a mathematuclan has henght and blond hour make hum stand out college ahead lu '1r""' W errata Donald .I Segal 544 Orltanl Place Wrestlmg 11 12 lManagerl Junior Classical League 11 12 Playcrafters 10 11 Math Club 12 Active Atoms 12 Physlcs Club 11 Buology Club 10 Stu dent Servlce 10 THS s number one academic student Don possesses a quiet note of smcerlty and consudera tlon for others he roots avndly for the Dodgers thas wnnner of varnous awards plans to study nuclear physlcs ln college Leo J Semonsky 303 Hlckory Street Rnfle Club IO 11 Football 11 Any musnc and no type IH par tucular as Lees favorute long Inst of nnterests wlth unflnute varlety Includes model bulldnng glrls art an outdoorsman he llkes huntvng archery skatlng llkes rlpe ollves and baked beans favorlte sport us foot ball airborne with the Arr Force after graduatlon 'X-' Rnchard Schwartz 514 Rutland Ave W E Stage Crew 12 A newcomer to Teaneck Hugh Rlchle has fast made many truends especlally female llkes to dance prefers the South Amerlcan steps brnght stu dent excels un Spanlsh spends spare moments on hrs trumpet college next --.. Robert B Sheh 1167 E Laurelton Parkway W E Student Councul 11 A friendly smnle ns Bob s great est asset enjoys all athletlcs especially golf Ice hockey and skatnng Bob wnll always re member S5 as The Year the Dodgers Won the Pennant college next Kathleen Shmdledecker 74 Franklin Road Gurls League 10 11 12 Hu W y ' Kay s uncomparable sweetness makes her an unforgettable per sonaluty m T H S thus peppy senior spends most of her spare summer hours swlmmung ways ready to have fun or dance enjoys the company of blue eyed boys her sincere under standmg manner wlll and her ln the business world 1 A X: in ' Z ,f l v z l if - ' l l , . . ' , . . ., . . - , , 1. , 1 - I H - H, ' . li -Q .. . . ,, A 1 n n I ' I I ll ' I ll - 4 , ' . l ' . ' - ' 1 I 4, MMV, ti- - X , VX' '74, A ,Y I 27- 1341, f Q l ,L I I . t as 1 6, -K . , I , ' - 1 1 ' 3 f I 5 12. .X 1 , CK 4.-I I -. , . Nu... . , eg-' - vw at A ' . .... . A . lf? O ' V ' , , 1 ' . . . al- ' , 61 ' . . . '- -, -- p 5 .W I x . M ' L - e X. 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D I 4- SI Stephen Slotkun 657 Penn Avenue Y 10 ll 12 Basketball Brology Club 10 Physlcs club ll Chemistry Club 12 Slats IS mtellngenf as well as versatule enjoys sports espe cually basketball unterest d In math and science loves food and the New York Yankees success awaits hum ln the medlcal profession Joyce Smnth 566 River Road Sensor Lubrary Councll 10 ll 12 Sensor Red Cross 10 ll 7 A sharp buslness mrnd and a reserved manner are Joyce of T H S s servlce clubs she loves to make dolls for chlldren valuable frlend has won book keeplng awards sports wise Joyce prefers swlmmlng and horseback rldlng college ond a career as C P A 5 Elizabeth M Sufflard 430 Cumberland Avenue Cheerleadlng Squad 1O ll 12 lCo Captolm T I HI Y 11 Glrls League 10 11 '12 Class Cabunet Oh those expresslve brown eyes' bubblnng wlth exuberance Betty wull be best remembered for her outstandung cheerleadlng lusts food fun and football games as her favorites frnendly and vlvaclous w makes a sure hut at lunuor college after graduatnon lv' 'Q k"' f-I Sheula A Spector 317 Griggs Avenue Grs League 10 11 12 lPres1 Class Cabrnet 11 12 Student Servrce lO ll 12 Student Coun IO I1 12 Playcrafters1O 1 :Way 12 lBusun.. Managerl Te Hr News 10 ll Biology Club 10 Perfectxon Itself thus dark haired beauty IS all a gurl should be memorable performances In T HS s productions? the llfe of the party all thus and In tellrgence too college ahead Joan Dlvlna Slleo 83 Fycke Lane Leaders' Club ll 12 Playcrafters ll 12 Sports Club 10 Petlte brown eyed Joanne enpoys popular music and loves wrltlng goes out for athletucs personal phnlosophy places emphasls on happuness w always remember T H S football games has an afflnnty for southern fried chicken poble and dependable headed for nursrng school John Southard 1640 Rensselaer Road W E German Club 10 Physlcs C lb ll 12 Track 12 Math Club 12 JB IS tall with brown haur and eyes outstandung schola favorite sport IS golf Glenn Muller IS tops will study meterology ln college Carole Spengemon 500 Trlden Avenue Attractlve Carole friendly elfm and smnlung soft blown hour and lovely eyes cheerful and helpful excels In horse back rldung danclng and skatrng apprecuates promptness and neatness In others can usually be found drlvlng her convertlble Carole wxll no doubt make a hut ln the busrness world !'s.,,x eau' Jayne Suwulec 160 Oakdene Avenue Travel Club 10 11 12 Bowlrng Jayne delrghts an a good puzva I8 after graduatnon she plans on a secretarlal poslfron noted for her strlklng appeo ance Jayne can be found cheer mg ovldly at THS s football games has a great deal of Interest ln travel :TN Carole P Stockler 287 Pleasant Place C oss 10 'l2 Trave Club ll Class Cabinet 12 A friendly smile poured with a cheerful personaluty rs Caroles best asset an affmuty for spaghetti music and Juluus LQ Rosa wlll never forget lne fun at the football games enloys both playung and lnstemng to music nursing asplrant HE- 1 , : IO: Vx 1 f' ' 1 'j ' I . , : . 10. 1 1 1 ' - 11 - 11 . , . i 1l,12. . 1 . D. . - J". " ' . . I 'U ' ' .. ill :Q ' j 'H A..'.'ui H'."CG' I ' ' ' l n , . . . , 4' V- . . get . is besides Being en Mfivff me'l'eel lm I lsec 1- Hi-Y cross CguntrY B 'll fe' H: H. I. ,' .' " ... ,V I I . . .. L .. . . 1'-K ff, 1' 4 - 1 il' - , , ' .5 l ' H ... ' , Red r , ll! g l can , ' ,Ii - ' ' . '. ' ,, 125 H'- IOC " ess ' ' ,L ' . t Q - - 2 g . . . V ' - Dorothy Steen 575 John Street Qulet Dottie IS known for her smceruty at all tlmes swlm mlng and skatlng occupy much of her free time gave her a paper and a pencil and Dottie IS all set to be creatuve complacent and easy gomg plans to enroll In beautuclan school Q-fray oo1,...,1 'Lx,fJa..Acu2...,, 5, YU'-Q Carole Stevenson 194 Fort Lee Road Tru C 1O Sports Club 10 u nt Service ll T Hu Y Gnrls League 11 12 Class Cabl net 11 12 Student Councll 12 Tall and slum Carole IS known for her pleaslng smule and fruend llness popular muslc by Tony Bennet goes for easy llstennng with this gurl will make a pretty and etfnclent nurse Eleanor Margaret Steen 575 John Street Twun Ellie enjoys doing art work especially sketching recexved an award for art service In nmth grade swlmmlng and skatmg rate an avad TV wotcher confesses a weakness for tall men modest and un OSSUYTHHQ plOf'lS O CCYEEI' CS a beautlcnan 40- an-"" mf- Alan Stone 256 Wlnthrop Road W E Te HI News 11 Chess Club 11 12 lVlce Pres 1 Brown hair and eyes talented artlst qulet collects records college then an art career 'Chi Barbara Stelnke 1625 Teaneck Road Bobble s outstanding charac ternstlc IS her quiet manner her frlendlaness and snncerlty loan to form a perfect comblnatnan always ready to lend a hand Ilkes lnstenlng to music when Perry Como IS croonung a Ietncally mcllned Bobble loves to :ce skate to be a secretary IS her goal her boss will have a very capable worker Donald R Stephan: 18 Lerome Place WE Football 10 11 Wrestllng 10 12 Due to hns talent on the vlolln Don leans toward popular and classical muslc enloys all sports pet peeve bossy peo e future plans? undecided Rlchord J Sturke 170 lntervale Road, W E This fun loving sensor aspires to become an engnneer Dlck " kbs, lakes cars and traveling ""' ,W Rock and Roll- fan admuts a weakness for gurls Frank W Straub 189 Oakdene Avenue Track 10 11 This extra large slze senior alons to become a test pllot Frank who has a tremendous appetlte lusts ltallan food as has tavorute also likes Rock and Roll 53 J I ' 'fi 2 fl , ,, ' 4 'gf' . , Lf I I 1 D ' pl .: ' M . O , M H I 1 I x , tx so , '- J :St- -' V - l 'l de I ' g uri- '- , - ' - 1- - l I I Warren J Taylor 54 Jasper Avenue 6 3 Warren gets specual en payment as an amateur raduo enthusuast regularly lustens to The Gaslught Revue llkes steak and basketball sure to be a success In all endeavors at gf Pafrlcla A Teets 792 Howard Street Travel Club I0 Te HI News I2 Red Cross I2 Luvely Pat has dancung feet a talented performer In as semblues has a weakness for Ford convertubles and the Dodgers an optumust wIth a delughtful smlle for everyone hobbIes and Interests center around musuu: and tap and acrobatuc dancung successful In every endeavor 54 i inf s. Joan Ins Touber 700 Kent Avenue Playcrafters IO ll I2 Red Cross HI Wa I2 Fu ure Teachers of Ameruca I2 Student Servuce IO Always smulung Joan says sunceruty and honesty In fruends IS Important prefers popular musuc and puzza DIES dancung and cookung rate hugh w always remember T H S football games a Guant rooter college for thus sweet muss next Ellen Teltelbaum Student Councul I2 Spanush Club I2 FTA I2 HI Way I2 ay crafters I2 Vuvacuous Ellue a newcomer to T H S pert chatterbox wuth a gay smule lukes to play the puano sportswuse prefers skatung and bowlung always funds tlme to enjoy puzza her motto Everythung al ways works out for the best college bound ,wx Carol Marne Szolay II2 Suffern Road Travel Club IO ISec J ll KVICE Pesl I2 Red Cross I2 y crafters I I Always neat and conscuentuous Carols sweet smule and qulet ways have won her many fruends chuc clothes hopes to have a brlght career as a sunger of popular songs after complet ung Iunuor college headed for success Jolm W Trleller I274 Longfellow Avenue W E Football IO Il I2 ICO Captaunl Wrestlung IO II I2 ICaptaunl TraQkIIO I I I2 ICo Captaunl Johnny shall never lose hIs reputatuon as an outstandung Teaneck athlete un football wrestlung and track Indus TFIOUS and fruendly success wIIl follow all hIs endeavors ltaluan food and popular musuc rate hugh college follows graduatuon QW 'YP Elsie xx' T' Phuhp T Suracl ZOO Sherman Avenue Wrestllng II I2 ICO Captalnl S ccer I2 Track II H Y I2 Phul IS an asset to any wrest lung team dotes on steak and Italuan food enjoys sports and popular musuc belueves ID I v Ing lufe as ut comes' college next we, ' """"-vrn Yka Rosalmd Tully 2l9 Hamulton Road Gurls League I2 Roz here s a gurl who really wants to lIve Iukes to do unusual thungs and have crazy tumes wull never forget takung vuolun lessons and reachung classes before the bell convertubles catch her eye plans for the future Include college is if' It 'sm " x,: . 11' fl 'Q , W 1 X tx - W , A , ,I - ' - - , ' , - ' : . 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" 714- ffsv f 'I ,..- "W u,L , sg, 2135 , . if 't.-, ' ffyit' ' ,V Suzanne Uber 40 West Englewood Avenue s Lague II I2 TrlC Ar Servuce Squad IO II I2 lVlce Pres I Wnth her great artlstlc ablllty Sue has contrlbuted many hours of work on prom flats a and slum she wears flatterlng clothes Sues wlnnlng per sonallty IS one of her greatest assets boys wlth crew cuts and plzza ples rate art school to follow ..-...m....:- ?CZ,2""'Wt M...-1 ein- Faltll Van Thu n IO4 Cedar Lane Te HI News IO Playcrafters I0 II Twlrllng Club II I2 Major ette II I2 Class Cablnet II I2 Glrls League II I2 HI Way I2 Popular Forth sparklmg smlle always has a nlce appearance twlrllng and the football games will stand out In her T H S memorles wlll never forget drlvmg her 36 Plymouth Del phle sure to be a success Nancy Ann Uetz 395 Maltland Avenue Tr: CIO Tru HI YII I2 French Club IO Student Councll I2 H Way I2 Frlendlmess lndlvlduallty and a gentle manner characterlze Nancy lukes to raise cats a con sclentlous student diverse In terests Include reading sewlng and swlmmmg enjoys any klnd of music her efflclency wall help her to be a medlcol secretary Joan Van Emburgll 584 Maple Avenue Red Cross Club II Travel Club II Hockey IO II I2 Leaders Club I2 M tlculaus Joanne enjoys all types of sports especlally water ballet expresslve eyes pamtung and sketchlng rate hugh looks for cculage s n cerlty and humlllty ln her friends hard worklng student career teachln physical educa tlon follows col ege Glenda Ullman I44 Golf Court eaders Club II Glrls League I2 A forthrlght lass IS Glenda has been a classmate for two years musically lnclmed very understandlng thus sensor IS al ways faithful to her many friends collects Lnncoln pennles swlms and skates for relaxatlon Otterbeln College ln Ohlo and a busmess career are Glenda s goals 789 Stelton Street Soccer I0 II I2 Track Il Te HI News lArt Edltorl II I2 Hl Way I2 lCo Art Edltorl Hu Y II I2 Student Servlce IO Il I2 Student Council I2 Class Cabinet II I2 Marty IS outstandmg for s art aballty cartoons are his speciality Ice hockey fan enjoys good muslc and plays e vlolln President of his church Young People s Group college IS ahead Carole Jane Vaccon 620 Chestnut Avenue Travel Club IO Bowllng Club IO Senior Llbrary Councll I2 Glrls League IO Here s a glrl who enjo s just hav mg fun slum lgure Carole udollzes Eddue Fisher swlmmlng and dancmg rote hugh on her llst of favontes loves po muslc has a fme record co lectlon well on her way to success In offlce work eff' '-dit '-me Diana Elizabeth Valrette 35 Irvington Road An Intense young mass WI never forget her wonderful friends and the good tlmes ot THS a fancy for music especially Eddie Fnscher s smglng loves to dance new con vertlbles make a hut wlth Dlana hopes for a future fzlled by a husband and a job 55 's ff . . . I . 1 I ' : ' - Girl' eu , 1 '- I0: 3 P ' t , , ' j .., H I If - . l I. ' . I ...tu '- ,-5 I ' , . . I I " - 4 -I L ' ,I2y " l I '. . . . ' A l ' , ' . . . V- ,.,.......,.t.,......:.-ml . . . ' - - 2' ":'I.l'V , 'F' l I s I I V- gl , A f: 'E ' fr A if fa- 7 Jw: 1 W I' I-sl, 1 I .1 + Q ei- S ' Tn . . Fiji f Martin Vala ,. , . ,ff ,H I ., y f R . ,V ,...c,:l-. ' I , , ' J 5' ,.-mggd ,I ff' A I I .I I V- . Q. 1. I . I 'ar .2 -,:- lx - H H - . hi . 1 1 1 1 . . . . . . 'Q ' .V ' ' th - . ' ll ' ll ' ' ' ' ' uf,-' QA y e e , , , I . . ., I F, . ' I V I I I ... . I ' ' V ' K I ' 1, I f . ' ' ' .. . 4 ' ' I , 1 1. I 1 1 . 'V K ' I , , - , - A 3 ,I 5 ' ' ' " - fic" ' II ' l . - . .2 . . . . U I - , u . . .' l. . .' I - 1' 4 Robert Wachs 550 Sunderland Road Te-Hi News 125 Track 10, Base- ball 11, 12. "Bob," full of fun and jokes, is the life of every party . . . en- joys all sports, but leans toward baseball . . . a music lover, he picks no one type as "favorite" . . . in the future, college. Louise Wagman 570 Calvin St., Washington Twsp. Te-Hi News 11, 12 iCircuIation Editorlg Hi-Wai! 12 iAssistant Business Editor Q Girls' League 10, 11, 12, Student Council 10, 11, 12, Class Cabinet 11, 12. Striking black hair and expressive brown eyes tell you it's Louise . . . piano-playing included in her talents . . . Her pet peeve: wait- ing for people . . . appreciates honesty, sincerity, and a quick sense of humor in her friends . . . college will welcome this capable glr . Barbara J. Wahlen 266 Elm' Avenue Junior Classical League 10, 113 Student Service 10, 117 German Club 11, 12 lSec.l, Girls' League 12, Tri-Hi-Y 12. Intellect features the sweet per- sonality of this bright senior . . . Barbara has five loves-reading, cooking, travel, tennis and music . . . adores the Yankees . , . al- ways ready to have fun . . . dis- likes conceited people . . . a pert secretarial aspiront. Judith Wall 389 West Englewood Avenue Band1O,11 ,12,Tri-Hi-Y11,12g Sports Club 12, Girls' League 12. Musically talented "Judy" . . . soft spoken and sweet . . . loves all kinds of music, sports and food . . . pet peeve: people who think they know everything . . . gleaming red hair, dancing blue eyes and sparkling Eersonality sure success in t e nursing ie . .LL UO' df" 'QD Robert John Volk 789 Teaneck Road Football 10, 11, 12, Wrestling 11. Friendly, easy-going, athletic . . . "Bob" enjoys typical masculine hobbies . . . hunting, fishing, and motorcycle riding . . . likes coun- try and western music . . . will be remembered for riding around in his '54 convertible with a cute blonde at his side . . . plans to be a Funeral Director. . X . -,N 3 i . 4: ,1 Margaret Gretchen Wagner 104 Park Avenue Te-Hi News 10, Playcrafters 10, German Club 11, 12, Future Teachers of America 1 1, 125 Red Cross Council 12,-Hi-Way 12. Long blonde hair characterizes "Gretch" . . . quiet but amiable . . . plays piano during free hours . . . enjoys reading . . . stands by her motto: "Do the best you can" . . . this college bound senior will succeed at a first-rate English teacher. Arthur Van Voolen 47 Audubon Road Student Service 10, 12, Debate Club 12. . . . "Art" enioys collecting specific scientifictheories . . . bookworm . . . interested in stamps . listens to soft, classical music . . . will take pre-med. in college next year. if if Robert Wagoner 1 105 Emerson Avenue, W. E. Student Service 10, 11, 12, Bio- logy Club 10, Hi-Y 10, 11, 122 Soccer 10, ll, 12, Chemistry Club 12, Math Club 12, Versatile "Bob" enjoys hockey and golf , . . has a good time fishing, camping, and boating . . . likes classical music . . . has keen analytical mind . . . engi- neering will follow a college career. bw -t"'7 'hu Gilbert Walton llll Emerson Avenue, W. E. Biology Club 101 Hi-Y ll, l25 Active Atoms l2. "Gil'f likes to mix jazz and the classics . . . his sarcastic com- ments about teachers have often destroyed classroom discipline . . . brown hair, blue eyes . . . a bril- liant mind insures college success. x?3T' Rodney G. Whitelow 612 Tilden Avenue Basketball IO, ll, l25 llg Art Service Squad 125 Recreation Bas- "Rod" enjoys GVSFY SDCIYC athlete are other the follow fi EIT' Jerome Weiner 707 Salem Street Te-Hi News lO, 125 German Club ll, IZ, Stamp Club 10. "Jerry" is distinguished b his red hair . . . likes baseball, and basketball . . . collects records and stamps . . . ardent Giant fan . . . plans an advertising career after college. : .. .,,, 'PWM-.. Q R' X W Craig Whitlock 848 River Road Track ll, 12. "Chazz" likes jazz as well as all other popular music . . . Glenn Miller is a favorite . . . enjoys customizing cars . . . college next. Marion Foy Weitzman l59 Golf Court Hi-Way l2. Gregarious Marian . . . pert and petite . . . arrived in her junior year . . . loves to play the piano, ice skate, and play tennis . . . avid Giant fan , . . a theater-goer . . . has a weakness for cashmere sweaters and roast beef . . . pre- fers good jazz and classical music , . . college ahead. B- l, Q eil Frank W. Wicks 336 Warwick Avenue, W. E. Cabinet ll, 125 Student Council 10, ll, 12, Student Service lO, ll, l2, Soccer lO, ll, 12, Hi-Y lO, ll, l2, Hi-Way l2 iAdvertis- ing Editorlg Te-Hi News IZ, Bio- logy Club IO IVice-Pres,i. Tall, lean Frank enjoys acting . . . he played a majorirole in "Time Out for Ginger" . . . Eagle Scout . . . likes dancing . . . favor- ite pastime is eating . . . Presi- dent of Church Youth Group . . . Enjoys Chemistry labs . . . a New ngland college lies ahead. 57 Gig QT' J Vlrglnio M. Westerlund 847 Belle Avenue Twirling Club IO, ll, l2 lPres,lg Hi-Way l2g Maiorette IO, ll, I2 1Head Majoretteig Tri-Hi-Y l2g Tgaycrafters ll, Girls' League l l, Talented and versatile "Ginny" . . . entertained us with her won- derful twirling exhibitions at football games . . . loads of school spirit . . . likes dancing, swimming, Italian food, and you Guessed it-Fordham men . . . a first-rate college student. Y-...Q if Alan B Wright l262 North Strand W E Football IO ll Track lO Little Brown Jug I2 Math Club 12 Hn Way I2 Tall dark good looking ways to be remembered for hrs sunceruty and sense of humor has a frlendly smnle for everyone wonderful guy excels In math varied abulutues wnll take Al for beyond college to a llfe of success 'QB' ss Edward Wredersplel 646 Mildred Street Basketball lO Baseball ll Wledy lnkes all South Am dances and IS one of eanec and rf best dancers enjoys Roll and Spanush musrc f ov s good steak a arp t es w e r e fall lv jf' I Phyllis Duane Yaverek l ll Walnut Street Senior Red Cross ll l2 Senior our 10 ll Phyl brown hour and brown eyes recognnzed by her warm smrle cannot sat whale Rock and Roll or pop music IS playung also llkes to read and dan e a careful dresser eftlcuent and capable wlll make a flne secretary for some business man Roberta Yellen 537 Albin Street French Club lO, ll, Playcrafters ll, Class Cabinet ll, Te H1 News l2, Hn Way ll, I2 "Ro" lakes the nice thungs In llfe, thlck steaks and Cadlllacs enjoys danclng the cha cha a Ive wlre personalrty msnsts on llstenlng to a radro whale drlvrnlg Included m memones are HS football games and the class plcture's photographer alms to teach In hngh school 3 JW ,- Kip Donald L Wnlllams 254 Winthrop Road W E Marchung Band lO ll l2 Blue eyed Don plays the saxo phone both alto and soprano llkes muslc especially jazz and Dlxleland enjoys swlmmmg plans to enter the Umverslty of Florlda as an englneernng major Rlchard Zuma 644 Sagamore Avenue Baseball ll I2 Football lO l2 Good bulld and a carefree nature aptly descrube Duck sharp wr well llked by others enjoys working on cars can slders gurls has favorlte hobby wrll be remembered as a success ful grldlron and baseball star Frederlck E Ziegler 39 Fenlmore Road Chemlstry Club I2 lPres l, Base ball lO, ll, Basketball 10, ll Tallest ln the Sensor Class good music and good food rate hugh basketball fan wrll be remembered for hrs clever comments will study chemical englneerlng ln college . 4 V' Q93 .,.... 'K AWARDS AUCUMPLISHMENTS REWARDEIJ Electron to the Natmonal Honor Soclety represents the culmmatuon of three years of dlstmgulshed cltlzenshlp leadershlp scholarship and servlce carefully welghed by the admlmstratuon faculty and student body The SOCIGYYS cher :shed pm the flamlng torch syrnbollzes the unselflsh unfanlnng udeallstac con trlbutlons to Teaneck Hugh School by flf teen percent of the graduatlng class lt members are Indeed deserving of thelr well earned recogmtlon 1' Clifford Ehrlich 'Q- Carol Frances Gerald M Wlllaam F Herkt Hrgaer Hlmmelman Lawrence D Isabel S Lowentha Marcus 6-fx Adele Lounse Merkle ,-5, I9 we Maxme Paula ess e Judlth R Rabun Robinson Rosenthal 74 Shenla Ann Phllnp Thomas Martln T Spector Suraca Vala Marsha Anne Adams George Lmde Engelke Everett Dewey Hines Jack W Meyer 6' Q'-' 'lu Julnet Nona Rothman Joan Ellen Van Emburgh Steven Barbash A-4 June Dorus Fuluatrault in s.. 'X Thomas E Johnson Barbara Marolyn Muller Q- M1 Suzanne Scherer Robert Vernon Wagoner, Jr ,- John W Bassett pv- Barbara Ann Fnsher 1 Susanne G Kaestner ro- Brenda Ruth Muller 1-Q Mlchael Eugene Schrader Q Barbara J Wahlen X ,va I .1 41' 2, . . . By. 1 .I . . , - 4 W . . Y . Y . I if A fr, 5 ,V A Q , , - 'A 4. 9 my A, N . . , . - , 5 - ' . S it ,E ga gg , YS' , 9' nf 'PJ Q A-1 ,sb 3 I W Salts, N . ,fit A N 'V . J: , X T' ' 'E U. 1 I I l . I A, in F . .1 K 6 , R W Q A 'S E L , 'f ,S A W 1 A L at U l -tl ' y - J Vi ' . ' ' lb! 4' K Q M. - ' 5. I ' ms: 5 N r 2 . wi:- Barbara Ann Breusch Lois Susan Gardener Howard M Kaplan Q., Pamela Jean Moore 35 Donald J Segal 11, 'Cv' 'D Frank W Wicks Jr 4' Q' 72" Beverly Ann Nan Guthrie Harold Ralph Brown Budde Burdge Jr WW 'Q X.. -vm' W Tw Judlth Edna Ann Jean Deyst Edelstem Lewis Charles Grant Merrill John C Wayne G Stephen Gershman sl' 'v- Laurltz Klecar Knudsen Lebson Lohbeck Robert E Constance WWW Q, maui Awlnn Gnlle Goodman Gnffun Halperin Awarded to a sensor who has best ex empllfned the hugh standards necessary for Honor Soclety membershlp the Plaque Award presented by the Woman s Club ot Teaneck has become a prlzed cltatlon nn Teaneck Hugh School The wnnner chosen by the Honor Society Commuttee and the student body as an nounced as a climax to the Honor Socnety Inductlon Assembly Congratulahons from the Class t 1956 the adrnlmstratlon and the faculty to the wmner Patncua Joan Netherly ' Q. 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N6 5 Ki, V 4 L' 64 V J 9744! BEST BUILD AND FIGURE Dick Zima Sally Koblenzer is, .. R -, Q-fx E raw 'Rv ,,,.,'.,-L .gag HV!" V ,f , . K 'if-'rM,9+, , 7'4- CUTEST Bernice Brudre John Bassett Ann Chaleff CHATTERBOXES Jeff Gorha New WITTIEST m Veronica DeRaaf Qs, 5? Quan, U lv I 'K -fx. 9, '5 I dw BEST DANCERS Rhona Fnshkm Marty Koeppel r 'L 3 hi ' '+., 3 , 1 FR at , f ' tj 4 f . . 1 -V ,lv-2 f W? . 1 f-f-.N Aj", , ,fl .4 H g. Q il , ,V A 1 .' ' - g X 'S 1 - ,1 fx ' N. f ' 'Q D ,Eff 1 Q Ita b fp' V 2, ,kid Q, , -,A iq: b y P' 3 f ' K. 3' c '-, f ,Q . N z '. . if Q V 1 'Vg . ' V .f - Q.5?? A' :Q va . , v . . V15 .3 X f'9:iS ':fQ x 9' A , ,M V - t yi , , . f ' A FEQ , f- ,ifti ' EL 2 '13 '-ff? ' 2 2 ' ii 419,17 ,FH , D33 A4 1 is gi x 'za-. ik ' 'fm 1, ' 'Y E- ' L-'LN II- '- v J: . " 51' lex l :fur 'f fa' ,Q W, 'L W ' Qi: 1 - 'via LM - KA ,L V' -, L ,af Wx Br lf?" 2 ax nm' Q r, my . ' fix X i f, V. 1 ,iii 2 f ' ff? X A in ,f"fJ.ff' as . .. . .1 , - :mg 3 1 Q Ex '. I 4 65 Q ' ir: 3 'N-Elf: mf , 4 if 'ff We 4 3 X , r fl ,.. 'N x XR L Km .W-ev'1"7" ,lp 1 A U- X NV ' Q, X 4 3 M tiff, 5, f' V 51 Q ' f Q-,wi Pb' VLPQR M K: W ,L ,ns Q' if . 'f' R 'L :WPA I. gf KK. ajg V., A I 4 3 -31 9 tif J Yi fx m e 14 JI' 7? 65 f 3: X , '-"-I-an f"N 4-L an-f' THE HARDY SUULS WHO CUNIIUERED THE MIGHTY MUNUMENT Bob Ansel Steve Barbash John Bassett Anne Beaven Jeff Boardman Norm Boucher Betty Brown AI Churchman Alan A. Cohen Alan B. Cohen Ronnie DeRaat Barbara Diercks Bob Dix Pat Eckert Cliff Ehrlich Carol Feinstein Rhona Fishkin Julie Frankel Sandy Garrard John Goodman Dail Grober Steve Halperin Carol Heeren Carol Herkt Al Hiller Jim Jerman Tom Johnson Larry Knudsen Wanda Koedderich Marty Koeppel Barbara Lanczky Bob Lebson Diane McCullough Estella McEwen Jack Meyer Bob Molinaro Tom Moore Don Pavony Don Segal Betty Sifflard Joan Sileo Carol Stevenson John Trieller Marty Vala Louise Wagman Marian Weitzman Ginny Westerlund Rodney Whitelaw Alan Wright 1 H QUE CLASS CABINET Diligent planning and enthusi- astic co-operation characterized every project undertaken by the Senior Class Cabinet. With the whole-hearted support of the Class of l956, the Senior Fall Dance, the Senior Prom, the Washington trip, and the Senior Boat Ride were memorable occa- sions. As a result of Mrs. Reva VanderbiIt's untimely death and Miss Edith Day's change from the senior to the junior high, Mrs. Margaret Nosach and Miss Alice Busche were chosen as class ad- visers during our Senior year, to serve with Mr. Joseph Cervino. Qt" CLIFF EHRLICH President JUNE FILIATRAULT Secretary 'l?"'9" HAL BURDGE Vice President Qs '- ' 'fix P 6. . Q Q 'kan-4 es, is if ilmam I , ' 5 . .Q -my , . ,.:,'. .r X Q. -ZH.. FLOYD SCHMIDT Treasurer 7 4 MRS REVA M VANDERBILT Those of us who are fortunate enough to have known Mrs VanderbIlt are acutely aware of the great loss we have sustaIned In her untImely death However we do not merely mourn for we also reIoIce In the good tortunte that was ours In knowIng her and In sharIng the blessIngs of her fnendshrp and her WISE guIdance lt IS ImpossIble to estImate the good accomplIshed by a great and noble person dur Ing a lIfetIme of servfce Who would attempt to say how far Mrs VanderbIlt s Influence has reached? DurIng the twenty llVe years of her loyal and devoted servlce to Teaneck HIgh School she touched the lIves of thousands of students And she was not only a teacher durIng those years she was also SenIor Class advIser gIvIng generously ot her tIme and her wIsdom to the senrors In theIr vaned and numerous actIvItIes Cabmet meetIngs senIor proms class pIcnIcs WashIngton trIps hers was the Splfll behInd all of these through all the years Mrs VanderbIlt had the Interest of every student at heart but she was not easIly dIssuaded from a course that she thought rIght Her Ideals were lofty and her standards hIgh She brought IncredIble energy and enthusIasrn to every project that she undertook The lIfe of one so greatly revered so dedncated to good works wIll not soon be forgotten We the Class of V956 Ioln wIth the graduates ot all the past years IH payIng trIbute to our beloved teacher and trIend 70 - v I . . . . . I . , . I I - I - I I MEMURIAM 2-1R"'x+ 'Hum Tllkn ALBERT R HEC KWROTH WILLIAMJ SPITZER I cannot think of them as dead Who walk wfth me no more Along the path of life I tread They have but gone before LHo These were our classmates They shared our hopes and fears our successes and dasappolntments Then sud denly they were gone, never to be seen again Death, however, cannot make a final Cut between them and us 7 I ' W r 1 P , I F. , smer A , ,Avg-g-vi" - up 4 f E2 , . 'E if Q v i P9- K fA, I N W f,, f 'f f A ' an Aa. -W -'ll-lu., MAN UF THE YEAR lt IS not the summlt that matters but the flght for the summit Not the ends of lute but lute Itself JAMES RAMSEY ULLMAN The splrlt of a true sportsman Combined wuth an enthusiasm for a well fought game A cheerful wllllngness to spend long hours on the playing fneld Provldlng an nncentnve for victory Slncerlty and humor nn your classroom And In your smile a love for humanity This us your way of lute an example for us all Mr Joseph A Cervmo Our Man of the Year MR IUSEPHA CERVINU u . . . a . . . . as . , . D v 9 1 1 v s Q 0 Q 9 . I X , l I I 1956 un xx , lfllfjj X Q4 fn, ' 5+ SX I x ,fi fa lf, e 1. :Nutr WNW, ' 1, ' HHH, -'L 'grfrx' 3- 'Q I . xx 'lg-ON ?':'?sf.x ,li , XXV' ' f' if Aix!!! ,. h i H.: xv' "U '-'W' ' -2, 'f .. , ,ff 14' ' ' ' Hfyfffllk-,' 57,3 MUJJ' ,V x K N-X X , 1 M H ff. 'fd W' xl,,H.,:f , as Q , .. .. ., 1 "S, C X I N 2 i I 'I 'Q f :X rc X ' V D Vfw-X AH" ,ar ia X JH' a N N xx f 5 Q X Q .9 Kxs, xl r 9 , X O X xc 5 L f P' ct xxx K , ygqofi HHN ,ll xxxyblh. "H-555 0 ff' X gin J :H 5' xxx dy 5 X K lx Y i 1 , , .. 'FEANECK 1-nc-11-1s MR. JOSEPH CERVINO, B.A,MA ik, Y 514 M HHN" ' af ' 3 31 X x Ea V Mgmt Yr F,4lCl!l7V Wuthout the guudance and warm hearted fruendluness of both the admunustratuon and faculty our years un Teaneck Hugh School would have undeed been barren Wuthout the effucuent plannung of our admunustrators we could never have faced the problems confrontung us Wuthout the unduvudual personalutues of our teachers our classes would have been a contunuous trup from teduum to antupathy Wuthout the skulls and knowledge our teachers taught us we would fund ourselves lost un the future We may truly say that our admunustrators and teachers have devoted theur tume and energy to us far above theur duty To them we shall be eternally grateful Prmcpl Steel add sses H Y CHARLES L. STEEL, JR, Test o al ese tato 78 THE BOARD OF EDUCATION TEANECK NEW .JERSEY CHARLES L STEEL .JR To the Students of Teaneck H1gh School Retlrement from the pr1nc1palsh1p of your school was the most d1ff1cult dec1s1on I have ever had to make It was qu1te apparent however that my health would not permxt me to cont1nue the respons1b1l1ty of adm1n1ster1ng to both the Jun1or and senlor h1gh school on the part tlme plan Although the adm1n1strat1ve ass1stants, as well as faculty members recogrnzed my problem and were k1nd and helpful I was f1nal1y forced to admlt that I was not phys1cally able to "stay 1n there p1tch1ng" day after day Teaneck H1gh School 1S not only outstand1ng because of 1ts f1ne faculty but you young men and young women bu1ld1ng 1ts good name It 15 my one great w1sh that your h1gh school w1ll cont1nue to provlde each student w1th a challeng1ng educatlonal experlence Quahty rather than quant1ty 1S needed 1n today's school programs We must remember that colleges bus1ness organ1 zat1,ons and 1ndustr1es are demand1ng a h1gher preparat1on from all those who apply My last request as your h1gh school pr1nc1pal 15 that you prepare so well that you may share 1n all the wonderful opportun1t1es and pr1v1leges that w1ll be avallable to you as adult c1t1zens S1nce ely yours Mffkffx Charles L Steel Jr Pr1nc1pal I-hgh School NCIPAL. OFTHE HIGH ECHOOL . 2 I , . . ! . . , who make up the student body are playing a large part in , . .- I I 1, - . , . b . . , . ff - 553525 X 'af . - L' , M. 7 A L, 5 xg WI 3 fm qi 'Q 4 fy Q Q 2? . ,G We x 1 A f xx . nk' ,f H.: Q gw Qi N If ik' i E555 F, .4 , 5 ' fZs5w I Kgs, 4 A4 X Y' x 9 ' if fig! J. ws ? ' y Ad! 13 ' . x Y -,, O- - w Mr John Simmons Acting Vice Principal Senior High School 'Y Miss Jeanette Pteil Miss Edith H. Tepper Supervisor of Activities Senior Guidance Adviser Mrs M Casey E EI' Attendance Keeper of the Records Miss Mildred Haerter Mr J Follayttar Librarian Testing Mr J Roache Student Employment Mr William H Wilson Acting Principal Junior High School ia D1 ,uf Miss Rose Friedman Junior Guidance Adviser Mr Leonard P Smallheer Bl Acting Vice Principal Junior High School Mrs Helen Russell Miss I Se den Nurse Dletlclan Mr Ralph Rice Supplies Mr Wallace Gibble Director of Athletics l . J ' ' ' . . Mr. . Voir X' . ,VW SJJAV ll 1 QT X x J K L , he s ,Lt ' . I ' U' ' I 4 fi S S f w. 4. V5 Facult Mr. A. J. Kroner Mr. C. A. Gunner MlssA Busche M' J Rosen Science 33 in L A' rf fi H , Q T Mr A Madsen Mr. J. L. Drugach Mr W C Moore Mr J Church Mlss E Smlth MlssA P Curran Mrs G R Duffy Mlss M Lee MlssG H Allen Mr F Corke"Y Soclal Studles 7 aiiflagew Q 9' 1 fl Cervlno Mr. E. Scaglioffi Mass M Kennel Engllsh Mr H Ore! Mr D Brersch Mr R Estes .1 X .- 0 A -I ' . ,as W 1 . f . .s " . . J ig. A 2 af 'Q r .5 Xa? X " wr zz : ,,v fax , - , , , , Mr. 1. ' . . ' . . sz Wfffxw p f B M Commerclal Mr E McCaImont Mr J J Glbba MlssG Hart Mr M Amato Mr G Chapman Mr C M Earlm Mrs M Danckwerth he-0 Mnss H Smnth Mrssl L Meyers MnssV Cundarl MussL Tully Mrs M Dail 2 C57 Languages Mass R Hess Mrs K Llscher Mr. A. Sher Miss D. Devany Miss R. Walker Mr J C Carter I1 Mrs M Nosach . . Falk ihwr N . 'and Music ' ' Mr. G. D. Mairs Mr. L. K. Hayford Mr. E. F. Law x Ia l Mrs. E. Geary Practical Arts Mr P Puro Mr. F. Pasquini fflxffffjj Mr. J. Garcia Miss L. Miles Mrs. J. Messinger M Driver Education .gp + .L ' 4 1. 'V ,..,, X' - . Mr. J. Schrock Mr. C. R. Payerle Mr. C. Matticola Mathematics ' PhyS1Cal Education Mr. J. Lowell Mr. J. R. Rea Mr. B. Savage iss C. Guerber :-:Pi E Miss E. Foster . , V, ' X , L -Mass M. Pfund , ' L V , X fl!! lf L, N , xy . x, 3 VU' X LV IOP! 1 LVU X. if H, 'P ' x .kr 'xy fx 'J' A Fu v Q ' gulf' . 'J 'v' . G V 1 ef K W " 1 Q x .J ' J Y HA. - J L l J X D . ' :MV N' VL! ' LV 1 I 'X X' V x I N L PVJJk X Aix! J ' Q ' X .V l l X , xi lg J '15 . MJ V P J 1 J X V if Mr. H. Anderson J L.. ' L Secretaries The personable and efficient secretaries in the administrative offices have contributed much to the smooth running of the school. Phone calls, visitors, clerical work, and minor problems of students are handled by these vitally im- portant women. ustodians The custodial staff, comprised of the janitors and matrons, keeps the school neat and clean, and makes necessary repairs. lt is to this group that we owe thanks for maintaining the building and keeping our school attractive. ff . vc t . X ,,,,n1 7'-ni-f"" V in'-nn.. 'jtf I 2 X tl l I .Il f :...1' -,lcv g ...nil ill i ill l as Cafeteria Under the direction of Miss Seldin, dietician, the cafeteria staff provides wholesome and economical meals for the faculty and student body. The cafeteria is open from eleven until one in order to serve both sessions. Thanks to the staff for all its time and effort. ,,..-f U' X T 1 1-AAQA -ff 1- .' " WH- 5' ::'2',- ' v, J 39:5 fun 1 4. 'vii ' 51 'Iwi ' s rw , ,,.A, f di ' 5 , 1-IN E QAX 6 , W ..,, mx Wm I' Mllall ' 61085 'PT '71 'tl 5g"'?5?3" Sm :Sgr 53' Elf! r 53- an 'zgg ,tha , 1. 132 2, it Y' ik 4' Lx L 1 r- X: '19 9?i""' swf' T u 'NSN' w. R What phase of student Interest us not repre sented In our extenslve actnvutnes program? From service and student goverment to hobbies and publlcatlons our clubs have provlded enjoyment a sense of satusfacnon and pride and tramnng for the future The results of thenr labors may be seen In the Student Council scholarshlps the preclslon marching of the Band the elementary school ob serving and practice teachlng program of the Future Teachers of America the moving Christmas assembly presented by the Choir and the many servlce prolects of the HIY Tru HIY and Red Cross These however merely represent a few scattered results Every meetmg of every club benefnted Teaneck Hugh School by unntmg students ln a common bond of Interest itu- x. , , v. . l , - . .. y : 1' " 2. 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Committees appointed by president Sheila Spector planned details for the Sophomore Tea and the traditional Sadie Hawkins Day Dance. ln a true feminine spirit, the year was brought to a close with a Mother-Daughter Night which included a Fashion Show. A. is " fa 54 N Af 4 K -.9 Sheila Spector Miss Curran President Adviser -Qfif Q5 n Student Service Supervising corridor traffic in crowded Teaneck High School halls proved to be a full time job tor Student Service mem- bers. Many students also assisted with office work and ushered at various school functionsg others served at the hospitality desk to help visitors and newcomers to the school, Mr. James Schrock acted as adviser. i Mr. Sh rock Adviser 89 Mr, Moore Adviser 90 Jerry Higier Secretary Hi-Y Although remembered pri- marily for its annual pro- duction, the l-li-Y is first and foremost a service club. Keeping rooters well-sup- plied with hot food and cold drinks kept the club well- supplied with money which has been put to many worth- while uses. Other activities included a Father and Son dinner and helping the Com- munity Chest. H I 'H Y AW: ' ' fs, fi U y .A ' if ' HerbertOrel - f Adviser .. I ll 55' 2 1 Ai ' t J Bob Baker Treasurer Wayne Griffin President 'l i "H .N N ... Tom Johnson ff' ' Steve Barbash Chaplain V Co-Historian Don SCOTT .lim Childs Vice President Co-Historian Tri-Hi-Y ln keepingfwiyh the tradi- tion establf edilby past Tri- Hi-Y clp' Q thisiijiz,ar's group proveglifto e onelgok the out- standiigg s vice? cgganiza- tions ii"rif4e3tleck,l5lQh School. N0tablegaC59ftgff'fge-5Tri-Hi- Y's actgvi-tjiesiwgrqighe in- spiring P5i.qifgjgNcit3gj5.5.5fgervices, the Befga4:L,QQg,mLy.4fThanks- giving Selrfggagtffland the smor- gasbord-sf'gxlefQfQi1nner. ln addition tolttsf-many service projects, club sent a delegation to model stu- dent legislathiej Youth and Government.lMiss Joan Kopf and Miss Elelafiofli Smith were the understanding advisers. Red Cross CJ Service projects throughout the year have kept the Red Cross very busy. The club lists serving refreshments at football games, selling Christmas cards and wrapping paper, making favors for hospitals, and working on stuffed dolls, among its activities. ln the spirit of good-will the girls packed and sent gift boxes to foreign children. REPORTERS SPORTS Grant Gxlle Bob Anderson EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS ADVISER Miss Cundari BUSINESS STAFF i 'S ,Z Ihi , ' ,- f' 1" ff" if Information from every field is gathered to please every student's every interest by sports enthusiasts, humorists, artists, and writers who combine their talents each month to plan, edit, and produce the high school newspaper. Each subscriber is proud of this hard working staff which suc- ceeds in making our paper tops. Underi the guidance of Miss Vincentine Cun- dari, and the leadership of Nan Budde, editor-in-chief, the efforts of the sports department, the proof-readers, the business staffs, the artists and the editorial department are concentrated to present us with our award-winning newspaper, the Te-l-li News. ij Y J XX -6 wk -Nu! Mrs. Knudsen Adviser Karen Carney Secretary Little Brown Jug S Sue Kaestner Vice President Treasurer 1 3 SQ, 'N si r B Nan Budde The Alumni Dance, square dances, and jazz concerts-a new feature at the Jug-high- lighted this year's activities. Piloted by Richard Pfeiffer, president, the Board of Managers formulated standards of dress and behavior suitable for Jug functions and enforced a new bi-monthly schedule for dances toward the close of the season. Thanks to the officers and adult sponsors, Mr. Gunner, Mrs. Knudsen, and Mr. Armstrong, who made the Jug a wonderful rec- reation center. Dick Pfeiffer President Science Clubs Active Atoms Biology Club Physics Club rt Service Squad Leaders Club Rifle Club Audio-Visual Aids Crew Electronics Club W jllll, 3'fg'Mvlolfu'J' Vyfwm H , wp w 4 llflflmjgc rfrflflt 1' +6 ,, oily' F .pr IW Home Arts Club Math Club Library Council U MM Mul- lu Cx I lb . l 'nl' l q ig-Lf vi 1 A fx Aflflfb V nfl ' ,I 1 . xv,-vi , ,L Juni C lv X fu M J ,, I ,V X' 7 ivy M VV QU ,Qlgl f '- ,f ,Q 1 Debating Club Of If fl 11114- ,fbi ,fijqlfbl Ejlifbre leachers of America - 'Uv Vgjb ii QjD0!i,,1'i French Club Spanrsh Club Junror Classrcal League German Club Uwogwmsswfw Cb J .A THE MAG, I REOP' IS h e +56 C 'Qss xx N4 'DQR CLASSQQN e P, 1,9 r 4 1-06,4 ,iz pw iiitfz NN "-'we v'l,v .P XXX jf, i X Wav 1 Sf Q , 'lf 'P'-E34 W nl-M 'C K W1 Wifi' .f H lflhs wwf 4 A 'S rs Sabi PYP? Dfw., 5 it I A 'vi'.'4 s .J N. 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Why should potatoes grow better than 'bugop alfaqg geqm sas og, saAa afteq Aaql When is an artist dangerous? 1314 -nf 'peq aJe su5lsap sgq uaqM What coin is double its value when half is deducted? 'JPll0P'H9lfI V A Picture-Word Story Eighth 'Q .,34A'vJ Grade The rang. Hector Z class Q Q . Wuz he late Q was he Hector ?j! Breath-ly he sat Xl! . His d wuz on ELOISE She had ed him 2 his lst ,' 5 and wuz he agog Q wuz he Hector?j The day dragged by. Hector went , through his meal, 8: rushed 1 2 get . He rushed to ELo1sE's 417141141 97?e.fJ. He ed while she get cgwy. At last they ted 4 the Glo . They had noodles -N 1. of fun. They " , epumthe- , at 8. A11-2-seen, Q kme. He took ELOISE Q.7Id3 7721.75 at then .jggf 2 his , 4 dad had said 2 , 'O 3 at xl I, -,Q J Xhgvs Li 0935 mio! , 8: wuz he late Q wuz he Hector ?j! QQLZLUXESWR is V'5lE'j 'Sf HHS High Society Auditions for the "MET" Ninth Grade Fascinating Facts The Junlor Te-HI constantly averaged type in each issue paper' News page has 150 Inches of of the school N tdthat18 5 It is estlma e . electrons pass by a single point in . 103 seconds providing 125 volt, 100 watt current rs genera through 18 gauge copper wire! . . f, e Pumrce IS used to flmsh IH cabmet work when a very smoo red The stone fmlsh IS desi d before use' usually powdere ln 1681 Rangoon attacked Whales and the mercenary Tartar com mander retreated to Knotacentlum Taws Cpronounced Nosham Towersj where he forged plans for a demo cratlc constrtutlon whlch uronrcally enough was used as the basis of the autocratic government of Ran goon 1 04 W ...nf Iun1or H1gh School yn-rw-mf. Commg Soon Taft Road Jumor Hugh pg 'Sk n ff 1,1 W .sk kinaw 'bv MNQWJ jkmr :av-.. Jr Student Councnl Officers 105 Assembly Committee Wllluam H Wnlson Junior High Principal 'K I w . jx S016 mi n w FW ' GEC J U lm MA jbxixbff Www by X, '50 K W 'W ' ,iff ff ffl, f 9 D T Tenth Grade VO Wfwf Aff' OPHOMORE HOP Civ!! C-Q ,Z2 Q9 f" 'Z ADVANCED BIOLOGY W wbfjoff J 4,1 .CII "if '-- 1 I I I' 2 ' 1 ...- Q! 0-I A rnch old aunt rephed when asked about her nephew's hool expenses Well some of the languages run prefty gh My check this month covered S10 for French S20 Jokes and "For goodness' sake, use both hands," shrllled the gurl in ihe auto. "I can'T," replned her escort, "I have to steer with one!" 1.4 1 I A X .M dr , ,pa -1- VP1 gi f get .aww M' I-.Agri x I -. 1 1, J. A - ' K gf 11 . ' -PJ 4 ,-.g n Ag n. - -' ' V' x N r ' - 4 . 1 s'ws vii .4 ig 5- wg '-gg ni-Qfgelgf K. s- .I ,N sn A -A fr' za wa- :assi-"-" eg. . , -,4 5 .-:,. 'fic :.,,sH ,ngggr A -: - .f.j:-'fs 'fr W2:"1'i3q. " -'-rw-if-1 ,xv A QQ " 'f qw- gf :-Z' GJ:-, ,vel f if--gf:--, j - G gf J- 1. 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'05, :Wil " f .N -1 , .F - , mc -, . . WU .Ai,., flwliil 1-, , , 1 11' 7' : V 14. na ' . i , .JW Q , , - r M Q.. T . 1' 2' rv' LM -1 ff 1 , :+, 'X lb' - -' rw., ii'-.:,, w Q 9 1 ,,, ,V ,-y xr . , f X ' X nh" I Rx, i . , fa . QT Q ' . , TQ-A , X f vi H, . 2 yr 'rl A' N 17 Q I' 2231? WS PQODUU WOXVS Were the most respected New York theatre critics brought to Teaneck, there is no doubt that our productions, skillfully combining humor and talent, would be acclaimed "smash" successes. Opening the theatrical season with the hilarious Broadway comedy, "Time Out for Ginger," the Play- crafters put on a long-to-be-remembered perform- ance. Complete with chorus line and quips the Hi-Y variety show, "Festival Fifty-Six," provided many belly laughs to a packed house, while the Choir Show featured many beautiful renditions of Sigmund Romberg selections. Most of us saw the finished product, the burst of glory resulting from weeks of nerve-wracking researsals. But, in applauding appreciatively, we not only thanked the students who were on the stage, but also the teachers and students who worked behind the scenes. sf.-he .5 .i . .F '-,fs P , ii 4 -. ' ti. 1,53 laycrafters The rigid schedule of the Playcrafters began with an excursion to the musical Plain and Fancy. Under the careful supervision of the Misses Helen Smith and Lorraine Tully, President Sue L. John- son, Vice President Marilyn Lang, and Secretary- Treasurer Judy Rosenthal capably directed meet- ings, which included monologues, make-up demon- strations, and One-act playsg seniors were invited to the film production, Macbeth, At an April as- sembly program the sophomore members presented lf Girls Ask Boys for Dates. The Diary of Anne Frank and the motion picture Oklahoma were the performances attended before the closing party dis- banded the club. IN 'lg' sl C7 xfl' Miss Helen Smith Adviser .. Qi rg A Nw i. we f 1-t.....-,J Sue Johnson President Teaneck High School Auditorium December 9, l 955 "Time ut For Ginger" A comedy in three acts, written by Ronald Alexander Produced by special arrangement with the Dramatists Play Service. Lizzie, the maid . Agnes Carol . Howard Carol Joan, age I8 . Jeannie, age I6 Ginger, age 14 Eddie David . Tommy Green THE CAST Mr, Wilson fthe principal? . . Ed Hoffman fthe banker! . . . Suzanne Scherer Sheila Spector . Frank Wicks Barbara Lanczky Marilyn Lang Judith Rosenthal Richard Lane . Grant Gille . . Jay Older . . . Gerald Higier Directed by Miss Helen E. Smithg Stage Advisers, Mr. Herbert Orel and Miss Helen E. Smithg Committee Ad- visers, Miss Lorraine Tully and Miss Helen E. Smith. This sparkling adaption of a Broadway smash comedy success brought well deserved "orchids" to the T. H. S. Playcrafters, Life with Ginger Carol, a fourteen year-old girl who aspires to play high school football, and the hilarious complications that result kept an appreciative audience chuckling throughout the production. Encouraged by her football fan father, Ginger prac- tices for the football team tryouts. She is deeply hurt when the coach tells her that she cannot play "first string" varsity because she is a girl. When Ginger finally is permitted to play and make a touchdown, she decides to give up her tomboyish manners and acquire a feminine outlook on life. .. 7. 'Y 'AM--wg, 1 " Y ai' 4 F6StlV3l Flfty SIX January 27 i956 Teaneck Hugh School Auditorium A boys variety show un two acts with musical accompaniment by Jack Meyer and the Teaneck Hugh Dance Band Overture Teaneck Hugh Dance Band Opening Chorus Lune i6 Ton Steve Barbash Ebbtude Michael Schraeder Les Paul and Mary Ford George Schowerer and Betty Schlech Rock N Roll The Lyrics Dance Duo Joe Zurawuecku and John Murphy Lament Jack Meyer and Jerry Higier Jam Session Teaneck Hugh Dance Band Puano Solo Bruan Molloy South Pathetic Glee Club Roc N Roll The Lyrics Person to Person Jeff Gorham Parisian Can Can Chorus Lune Finale The Cast Directed by Grant Gulle Produced by Jeff Gorham Company Manager Herbert Orell General Manager William C Moore Publicity John Bassett Book by Alan Churchman Infinite variety and professional staging dis: tinguished the i956 Hi-Y Club s variety show this year, Grant Gille and Jeff Gorham are to be com- mended along with the many others who made the show possible for a nights performance which left all with only favorable comments. The humor was spontaneous and unrestrained but in excellent taste' Jeff Gorham s inimitable imitations of Teaneck s teachers brought down the house. The atmosphere of a Parisian cafe added a note of originality to the traditional chorus line. All are sure to remember Michael Schraeders feigned sickness which introduced an unannounced satire on Medic. The variety of the music satisfied every taste and Jack Meyer at the organ made even the intermission exceptional entertainment. The finest compliment that can be paid to this show is that it did what it set out to do . . . provide two hours of relaxing entertain- ment for everyone that watched the performance. is 1 :Glo K F qflo 00:1 Q U .A A, 1'u I 5 n ,' 5 5 n 0 . 0 'DDO 0 A QC J' 0 .lr .,. . 'I rf .l'A I 040, 'u l O.. 4 11 C'. CM!! la 'll ning 5 f 0 c.'J' 413. 4: C OJ., ' 3 ' P 0.0 4 O,' 'o 4: OOD. . 0 0,0 o" Og. 0 ... '4 1" ,Q ul '. .4 O . O 15, I O a'g 'ICO 4 ,O 'lil !'21 -bf 'Y .- -.3 rig 5 E gf- H v.O a-0 - 7' nga: ' n u,. ,.s s ,I Q' 9 ul: .:-- ..g" . q Q . . c I. 'uif ' 'lil :N- Gaieties of '56 hs llll 30 as 5 in Q' ' Q xl, gi '.'.mvi n's"a 1 aff' Friday, April 27, i956 Teaneck High School Auditorium A four-act musical variety composed of col- lections of songs written by Sigmund Romberg, Rudolph Friml, Vincent Youmans, and George Gershwin. THE CAST Prince .... Jack Meyer Sweetheart . . Julie Busch Grand Vizier . . Jeff Gorham Narrator . . . Frank Wicks Other principals include: Elaine lppolito, Henry Lubben, Barbara Bogert, Lou Gershman, Val Castoro, Howard Levin, Barbara Peterson, Bernice Brudie, Karen Carney, Elaine Warinsky, and Carol Yanette. Company Manager, Mr. Lawrence K. Hay- fordg Director, Steve Barbashg Producer, John Goodman. Book by John Goodman and Steve Barbash, The gay travels of a prince in search of -his sweetheart were shared by the audience of the Gaieties of '56 Through school and amongst the beautiful girls of his country wandered the prince, then in Canada and America, until he found the girl of his dreams in a night club on the New York waterfront. Unique was this prince in that he wanted to marry a dream girl whom he had not yet met. The fair maidens of his country did not yield the lady of his dreams, and so the prince and his Grand Vizier began their world-wide hunt. One moment though! The prince must have an education first. So, off to the University of Heidelberg he went - and learned a great deal about life and love. Then to Canada! The Grand Vizier thought that college life was making the prince too soft. ln the beautiful wilderness of northwestern Can- ada, the prince tried to model himself after the type of man he found - brave and rough. End of the search - in a New York waterfront cafe, the prince sees a waitress, the girl he had so long sought. The show was a credit to the many who spent long hours to present it. For the second time in as many tries, the team of Goodman and Barbash have written, and produced a successful musical show. ll!! I 39 1 . U v " Q- Q I g EQ, R Y ,I V I Wlvl yn, xv fig"- E' Y". Q ff '91 v 1 If rf if b 651 Q Thi, KQ1 iv z-9 v 1 tml' 'I3Tl'hfi'f -1 J , X xy v 8 HI ur - TQ K i Ha. 5 mn 'E M522 ki! 1 V ,L :gm hz hw L SENIOR TWIRLING CLUB Twirlers F :xx 'Q N, f " M XY, Q x'- ' 4 x X x f X 1 . , V f 5 , f 7 I 9 4 ' W A, 5 5 f Q' fd , . Arline Silbeff ' June Filiafraukf Captain ' T. Captain - 'TW E mm! Ginny Westerlund M 3 V 3k Drum Majorette t 9 il Q V X.. I an .Y-" R ai 'M' JUNIOR TWIRLING CLUB , Q .Q, Stage Crew At every school function which required stage- cratt, the Stage Crew has efficiently performed its many duties, At assemblies, special programs, and school plays this group has helped with scenery, cur- tains, and properties. Under the supervision of Mr. Herbert Orel and Miss Helen Smith, the club is looked upon as a vital part of our extra-curricula activities. A list of outstanding members include John Hampton lpresidenti, David Downing, Herbert Fricke, Don Kahrs, Steven Rosenkoff, and George Boss. va! 179 5:1 4 -' f'fB'f"'f,-gvmixffv ' ' ei1'4q, '5n, '50 if ' 'Lf' - 57:-1 l?5'5'3'?4'f ip 1 NW, . ,, N .. . , sf."4f'l'YS lif:a??'7':"l',' aB41Qv,g :fam 2 :Pt E-33x 43,1 ' , . if Sax V gfavevwsw k ,fiiif Sound Crew Working jointly with the Stage Crew is the Sound Crew, under the guiding hand of Mr. Arthur Madsen. These boys provide the necessary microphones and other sound equipment required of every program. The bulwark of the organization is formed by such members as Walter Kleinfelder lPresidentl, Russell Lee, Robert Marvel, Charles Merkel, Donald Kahrs, Alan McAllister, John Berberick, and Donald Gabin. l2l u - . -M nw- ,- . ,f-f-f ., ,wzuufi-V--H V - F, ,. H-LUSTR ATE SPOW5 Nowhere can the qualutues of hugh school spurnt be more effectively displayed than on the athletnc field It ns m thus hnghly competetnve medlum that leadership qualities are developed and the value of teamwork proved l955 56 marks a mnlestone In Teaneck s athletnc hustory because It was thus year s basketball and wrestlmg teams that furst competed In Teaneck Memorlal Gymnaslum Herewlth are presented the authors of the athletic records for the Class of 1956 Wzth the and of the camera we have trned to recreate the hnghlnghts of the athletic wars and preserve them on the following pages ffii:i'Q"i T Q i Hg, 3 EEA 594 W ' ' M ifweii ' J5Lfx'is Inside Jerry Higier stopping a hard boot. Fleet right wing Gersham moving the ball downfield. SOME? Jerry Higier ,. 2'-Q, :W - Gy,-, Q...-0-wp Tom Moore ' ,in , 4, I 31 1 i , . ii ,nv-fs , rf! gy, X fr' 3 'WS-. JLL 'J Marty Vala X A .- x , I. Us ' ' z ' I ff: jf Rene Jalii tu ' E ' 'T " ' Co Captain F O 21 , Underclassmen: Art Gaer, Jerry Kersting, Don Munro, Phil Parry, George Espinosa. John Basset? Co-Captain 1? -s Q., fd l! x L .f fl' . 57 f 0 ,W W HOW QHW fl Teaneck High's soccer squad, under the direction of coach Leonard Smallheer, captured the Northern New Jersey lnterscholastic League title with a fine 5-I-7 record. Tom Moore, Rene Jalil, and Jerry Kersting sparked the club to its impressive record and received All-State honors. Moore was selected to the second team, while the others won honorable mention. Jalil, defending Bergen County scor- Bob Ansel ing champion, finished in the runner-up position with nine goals. Other standouts were Bob Ansel, John Bassett, Bob Dix, Lew Gersh- man, Grant Gille, Jerry Higier, and Marty Vala. Dix led the county Q0 tenders with eight shutouts. EIZMAJ Lew Gershman at Bob Dix Haltback Bob Ansel breaking up an opposing attack at Central Park Grant Gille E B ' Q.. .usa 921 Arm gs Coach Leonard Smallheer Left to Right: Steve Barbash, Rodney Whitelaw, Frank Wicks Phil Suraci, Bob Wagoner, and Howard Kaplan l25 FWJX If W Zi 1 'L as jf X ' NX ff, in X H xi K U X X x X ,' fy A l 2 ,I X rg-L, r iw R 1 1 ' - 4 f f 1 , II , ,4 il' E f f 1 ,ji Dick Zima If X Ai if 1 it fl - . ,- f N Sgglh M 4 lx wi f ff! ' 5 f' 1 f -av ' f J W 'f 2 i ' NW f X 5' L i V' is I e ,N ', xig A-, W .'- - L- A I X - Joe Ermilio , p, . ' 'f V Bob Baker . I X A i ' i i ' A . 1 xr , 1 K-4 'aS, ' -, , of X ' f f f I Q X ,.. f i J A, I f . fr ""- fn' , i gh ff' X -X Qw u I L. . lu 4 x A-'.,g rue er -- A ' J JohnT' in fi ' i 'Qf ,x', 5 Ti Co-Captain - Q - 7 X Jerry Gerdes - A - , W Q I - X53 , J, ,V , . '71 ' ' fx ,,, W ' Q!! Q . , '- X 'X J- 4 , Wx if U ,r A X E ' if - ' J if 1,5 Julie Frankel 2' Q, ' 3 ' ' . Co-Captain X .4 4 xf, 4 Bob Volk S7245- Q 1 Harry Rowe Fred Green nf,-Q, Q G ' . , vi .352 Left to Right: Bob Niessner, Bill Pashe, Jim Childs, Henry Norment, Harry Tolomeo, Tom Lanaghan, and Rich Liebl. FOOTBAM g? ' Coach Charlie Gunner J' fi X FW f l The i955 football season was marked by the presence of new head coach Charlie Gunner. A former assistant pilot, Gunner replaced Don Breisch, who served for six years with the High- waymen. After winning the opening game by a l2-7 score, Teaneck went into a losing streak broken only by a scoreless tie at Rutherford late in the campaign. Julian Frankel, star of the Fair,Lawn victory, was the outstanding back of the season, while John Trieller and Fred Greene spearheaded the line play. Other outstanding seniors included Bob Baker, George Engelke, Jerry Gerdes, Ted Koerner, and Charlie Parr. Everett Hines John Southard AI Hrller Jeff Gorham viva Tom Johnson fffgvfw vf ffaybffj AI Churchman Captain Norm Blackman X N 6,0 wi CROSS COUNTRY if Hagan Anderson Coach Marntarnrng :ts reputatnon In splte of numerous rnjunes the harrrers ran to theur fourth successrve wlnnlng season under coach Hagan Anderson Sensors Norman Blackman Alan Churchman and Tom Johnson led the team to four vlc tones rn erght decusnons and a frfth place funush an the county cross country meet The outstanding performance of underclass also marked the 1955 campaign 128 "il" 'Y jf, r f 5,f'-WRX ,P . V 1 t K g A Q X vu '- R 'lr . +. WQESUXXVG . ., R if - ,..... W .5 ' , . 'N L . .Y:4 Q. Q4 fu V it X Coach Corkery X la Jw V L N l ,lt iii .ylb X ,TNQ Coach Birdsall 'Q N U MCL' It ' 'lgf qxflf raid, flu' fl lf if tl Qrlillw BA 5145 TBM F Ui Mr : Qi, J.g,.g ' T 4 . 1, sf eww .1 V , i as - ' - 5 'V " .. i le.. .5 ' . Q, ' fy., lg? . :gym if 3.4. r . Val 1 - 3 za.. if ly, 3 - S 5 1 . 11,125 "ii ' Q .fin '- A ff-Y '15' 51. Ar' Q r . 1 we . f I x 'r E S H: . . . . , . GY ra-1.5 , Seniors Wayne Griffin, Bill Himmelman, .Julian Frankel. g Ze., 'f' A fd' - Xe 1 - is-,. . , ' - , . 1 " . Teaneck Opp, 55 Ridgewood ,,,, .. 48 52 Lodi .,,,.,,A.,,,,,A.,,,,,, 49 60 Alumni .,,,,,,4,,,,,,,.,, 58 68 Ridgefield Park .,..., 62 50 Tenafly ,v...,,..,,.. ,,,A 8 5 62 Leonia ,...,v...., . ,,,, . . 55 49 Cliffside Park ,.., .. 75 73 Hackensack .,,,,,,,,,A, 68 Sl Rutherford ,,,,,,,,i,,, 62 43 Englewood ,,.., .,,,,,,, 6 5 65 Ridgefield Park i,,,,, 50 70 Tenafly ,,,v,A,,.,.,,,,,,g 63 59 Leonia .,,.....,,,,,A,,,,,A 68 51 Cliffside Park v,...,,, 69 49 Hackensack 54 44 Rutherford ,W ,,,, ,, 81 5l Englewood ,W gA,, H 59 Coached by Mr. Francis Corkery and Mr, Richard Birdsal, Teaneck High's basketball team finished the season with a 7-9 record. This year's club, the first to play in the new Memorial Gym, recorded three upsets during the course of the season, de- feating Lodi and Ridgewood in the first two games and later downing Tenafly in overtime. C0-captain Cliff Ehrlich led the team in scoring for the second straight year while co-captain Steve Halperin was the number two point producer. Underclassmen John Decker, Bud Miller, John Draney, and btan Goldberg did well and should give the Highwaymen strong court combines in future years. -,JJ Mr. Carter's Tennis Team, backboned by three veterans, is showing many fine new prospects. Lettermen Higier, Barbash, and Burdge are hoping to break Ridgewood's fifty-garne win- ning streak this year and predict that the team from Hacken- sack will be the team to beat, but are confident that Teaneck will win this game and its seventh straight league championship. 7E!V!V!S Rounding out the team are Senior Dave Poskanzer and under- classmen Kahn, Hershey, Euler, Speciok, Older, Anderson and Rothman. Hal Burdge Steve Ba rbash James Carter Coach Jerry Higier , .QM 49 N., 1 Jay Older, Bob Hershey, Bud Euler, Henry Anderson, Barry Goodstadt, Elliot Kahn, Ed Speciock. BASEBAZZ Steve Halperin Center Fielder Co-Captain 2. R A ,f Q i Sf 1: YA 19 ,,, , Q F' ,B fs My I f X W -1, , in xx l Y X Joe Ermilio Second Baseman Dick Zima First Baseman Y VX S' a 'ax X ' ' Bob Baker Pitcher ne, Julie Frankel , Shortstop I A Coaches Joe Cervino and Frank Corkery. 132 Floyd Schmid Right Fielder Wayne Griffin Pitcher Teaneck High's baseball team, coached by Mr. Joseph Cervino, has once again wound up its season with an outstanding won-lost record. Paced by seniors Steve Halperin, Floyd Schmid, Dick Zima, Bob Baker, Bob Molinaro, Joe Ermilio, Julian Frankel, and Wayne Griffin, the club finished high in the N. N. J. I. L. standings. It started the sea- son in brilliant fashion, winning three non- league contests by decisive scores, and kept the torrid pace up throughout the l9-game schedule. The team's fine record labeled it as one of the top diamond squads in Bergen County. Bill Himmelman Bob Mol inaro Catcher Co-Captain Coaches Charlie Gunner and John Gibba. John Treiller Co-Captain 1 - r . V , r by X 3 mf Mk ,, ,LJ fr I M I, gtk , J J r Al Churchman Norm Blackman TWU!! Tom Lannaghan I34 A Henry Norment Bob Ansel Led by seven lettermen, Teaneck's track team has compiled its best record in five years. Under the reins of coaches Charles Gunner and John Gibba the team did credit to itself, and there were several outstanding performances. Norm Blackman and Al Churchman did well in the longer distances, and Bob Ansel gathered his points in the low hurdles. Leading the Highwaymen in the weight events was John Trieller. There were several outstanding juniors, Hecker in the sprints, Normant and Liebl in the weights, Neisner in the quarter, Cross, Lan- naghan and Kersting in the field events. Bob Hecker Tom Johnson Norm Blackman Co-Captain l35 Q Jerry Kersting Roger Fitch Burt Cross ln their sparkling blue and white uniforms Teaneck s cheerleaders led enthusiastic T.H.S. sports fans in traditional cheers. Sifflard the squad cheered Teaneck teams at games pep assemblies and pep rallies. They will always be remembered for their imaginative cheering routines. Captained by Jessie Robinson and Betty 0 5 1 If 'iii I f,i 5 -r 5' w 6 r tl Q 'W' ff ill? ED! MES If a curious soul is fortunate to avoid the terrors of the treacherous first floor corridors and to evade the sharp eye of the ever-present cus- todial staff, he will find himself in the undercroft of the former senior high gym. If this courageous individual is able to steal unnoticed through an unguarded entrance to the late girls' corrective gym office, likely he will emerge unscarred in the spacious office which house the I956 Hi- Way staff. Despite their habit of prying into the private lives of every senior and annoying pleasure of flashing camera bulbs in the faces of mathematicians in the middle of a Trig test, these devoted editors are perfectly normal. Presuming that the detector described above observes this normal yearbook staff on a typical day, likely he would witness the L3 following spectacle . . . lily F-4 miamw raw? 011654 To F1 y-- MM J ms. JL, 1' 1011-Ay' K. I 'B L .f- . rv -9-'C fn . ,gvx-, " "N -PQ f 47 ---. , f K ' - 7 , :"" , 'J 4 1 4 1-q""vf35 i A QM o STEVEN BARBASH Editor-in-Chief SHEILA SPECTOR Business Manager FRANK WICKS Advertising Editor BERNlCE BRUDIE GERALD HlGIER Associate Editors ISABEL MARCUS ALAN CHURCHMAN Associate Literary Editors JOH N GOODMAN Photography Editor ANNE BEAVEN MARTIN VALA Associate Art Editors SUE KAESTNER JUDY ROSENTHAL Associate Circulation Editors DIANE McCULLOUGH RHONDA FISHKIN ROBERT ANSEL CORNELL GRAY LOUISE WAGMAN Editorial Assistants Mr Johnson Lowell Ad :ser l42 llll IQSE lll-Will Teaneck High School, Teaneck, N. J. Preparing a yearbook is a long and hard task, but this task is not with- out its rewards. All of us who have worked on the l956 Hi-Way have received the excitement of a new experience and have shared in the satisfaction of achievement. From our first organizational meeting in Long lsland to that wonderful day when we finally handed in our last bit of copy we have had a hectic but enjoyable time Our sincerest thanks for the splendid cooperation from our sponsors the administra tion and everybody at New City Printing Company Editor in Chief 96' ttf' Mr John Gxoba Business Adviser Mr Jay Church Literary Adviser 1 'IZ' -fx Ks . XX f v i N B .. i Q N5 1 M : I M I, f ., grim ,, LX A d .. it . v V ff ' A I C f . g. Af 8""""' Advertising Staff Sandy Garrard Assistant Advertising Editor Doreen Abramson Elaine Ackerman Dabney Amundsen Rhoda Auerbach Betty Brown Betty Brudie Alice De Courcey Ronnie De Raat Ronnie Dragna Lorraine Ernst Joyce Eskind Jakie Flamm Carol Feinstein June Filiatrault Steve Halperin Judy Horton Georgia Kolaitis Freda Konakas Janice Korb Kay Koskinas Tess Kourkaumelic Elfriede Kraft Adele Merkle Barbara Meyer Harriet Miller Jane Moore Marilyn Ostrow Maxine Rabin Norma Reingold Joyce Smith Louise Wagman Marian Weitzman 'Ginny Westerlund Literary Staff iff Phyllis Brower Nan Budde Marge Chary Ann Jean Edelstein Cliff Ehrlich Nancy Frankel Grant Gille Judy Ginsberg Dail Grober Janet McMahon Dottie Moore Betty Schwimmer Photography Staff George Schowerer Art Staff Glenn Harris Jim Egan Steve Boesch l43 f . iff '11 W MMSW M 30545 Q Lf W w ,mf f +05 rj Jlmjrijyf 9, MW M M M 5' 1 A WL MW ff g ,gipfoff if Jjfiww W W PA mms ' AND ADVEQTXSEQS' lll H55 lls ll Teaneck Hugh School Teaneck N J SHEILA SPECTOR FRANK WICKS Dear Frlends Q Through your generous support you the patrons have helped make our yearbook posslble The Class of l956 extends to you theur suncerest thanks Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Howard Ackerman Joseph E Adams Louns Ansel Phullp Barbash Earle A Bassett M Bauer J L Beggs and Mrs el Richard Berlin R L Buddle and Mrs Ferdinand Burl' and Mrs Morrus Blackman and Mrs H Boughton and Mrs Louns Budde Marguerite L Brudre Harold Burdge P E Burke Butler Cannova H Chary Stanley Churchman and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs 146 Yours truly Frank Wlcks Shella Spector Mrs F Cltron J Ghurg and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Henry K Claslng Earle Corey George DeCourcey A deGenaro and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Walter J and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Dr Paul DeRaat JohnJ Deyst E W Dlx FranclsJ Drake Samuel Edelsteun Joseph Ehrlich Arthur H Ensele arr Joseph Fennstean Plerre Flllatrault James Garrard Edwln A Garry Paul Gershman Merrill Galle G E Grlllard Business Manager Adyerrisin Editor Mr. . . . 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'Z 7005 C X w0 956 55" JU 'Y a"':l:7qg62a :Nw 40" f Z It h s been our pleas e to se e you with the news of you hgh school actvtes May you futu e be happy and successful' Ou hope s to con t nue serv ng you forever Good L ck Class of I956 Tke Sunaay S Silt' Z Y Y' s ec? MSW 0-Q5 15 A' Q3 , ' six o C es . . L Y ,l U, s Y .fc I El f l H PLAZA DRY CLEANING ENDRESS BAKERY HE PLAZA '44S QUEEN ANNE ROAD WEST ENGLEWOOD, . . QUEEN ANNE ROAD d22 8 BERGEN WHOLESALE MEATS EAST FORT IEE ROAD BOGOTA WEST ENGLEWOOD DEPARTMENT STORE 197 WEST ENGLEWOOD AVENUE CONNELL PACKING CO 550 OBSERVER HIGHWAY HOBOKEN N JOHN SEXTON fr CO CHICAGO ILLINOIS LADY ROSE SHOP I7I MAIN STREET HACKENSACK N JANITORIAL SUPPLY COMPANY 25 HATHAWAY STREET wALLINGToN N PLAGERS SCHOFF K U U S E L A Iooo TEANECK ROAD TEANECK JOSEPH S PHARMACY 22 QUEEN ANNE ROAD BOGOTA DON NELLY MOTORS CORP CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH SALES SERVICE Route 46 Just West of N J TurnpIke Rndgefleld Park N J VISIT OUR AUDIO SALON LINSEY ELECTRONICS Custom lrIstalIatIor1 of HIGH FIDELITY MUSIC SYSTEMS RADIO PHONOGRAPH TELEVISION SERVICE TEaneck 6 5333 4 Manor CT Teaneck IAround corner of Peoples Trust Co I I4 I N J T Dlamon - I3 8 . , N, J. , . J. . , . J. , . J. B I ' S MAIN STREET . HACKENSACK, N. J 468 CEDAR LANE TEANECK, N. J. Y , N. J, ,'N. J. . . . , N. J. 9 TEaneck 6-1276 LOUISE'S BEAUTY SHOP ENCKE FLOWERS 1020 TEANECK ROAD TEANECK, N. J. FORT LEE ROAD WE GROW OUR OWN TEANECK, N. J RUSKlN'S KONDES MEAT MARKET, INC. 384 QUEEN ANNE ROAD TEANECK, N. J. 1357 THE PLAZA W. ENGLEWOOD, N. J MR and MRS J SILVERSTEIN and FAMILY 119 CHERRY STREET TEANECK NEW JERSEY TEaneck 7 1795 TEANECK DRUGS SUMNER FISHMAN BS 939 TEANECK ROAD TEANECK N J BOB S BOOTERY 491 CEDAR LANE TEANECK N J Da d 3 4 7 E STEPANIAN WEST ENGLEWOOD UNIQUE CARPET CO DEPARTMENT STORE HEADQUARTERS OF HIGH SCHOOL GYM ouTF1Ts 423 MAIN STREET HACKENSACK N J 197 W ENGLEWOOD AVENUE W ENGLEWOOD N J 150 I I O V 1 I 1" ',.. lmon -17 . -- .I I . , ,. TEaneck 6 1030 HAIR STYLING TEaneck 7 6236 JOE LEONARD S CYCLE SHOP BEAUTY LANE INC NEW AND USED BICYCLES PARTS AND REPAIRS LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED 163 CEDAR LANE TEANECK 1201 TEANECK ROAD W ENGLEWOOD TEaneck 6 1869 Compllmenfs of Al- SAUNDFRS STATION LUNCHEONETTE FINEST IN MEATS 463 CEDAR LANE TEANECK 364 CEDAR LANE TEANECK The Agency of Personal Service KNITWEAR SHOPPE CLARENCE LOFBERG INC 132 MAIN STREET HACKENSACK N J INSURANCE SERVICE sports wear for TEaneck 6 ZIOO The Hngh School GIrIs 363 CEDAR LANE TEANECK N J TEaneck 6 6861 Call and DeIIver LANE CLEANERS ANLICKER S BAKERY HOUSEHOLD SPECIALTIES SHIRT LAUNDERERS I Levme 3 HouR ERvIcE 312 QUEEN ANNE ROAD TEANECK N J 525 CEDAR LANE TEANECK N J THE STEAK PIT BRYANTS INC ROUTE 4 PARAMUS N I 1550 TEANECK ROAD TEANECK N J ISI HARRY LITWIN and FAMILY 619 SAGAMORE AVENUE TEANECK NEW JERSEY MIDTOWN VEAL and MUTTON CO., INC 37 LEGAL STREET NEWARK S NEW JERSEY MURPHY S CONRAD SCHMIDT l7OWEg WEQI N M S k6-4 6 k622078 KEEGALS SERVICE CENTER BERNIE J WAGMAN PAINT COMPANY Tmss BATTERIES Accsssomss N ZDG N I52 V o 3 . n lewood Avenue . n ewood, ,J. 264 ain treet Hackensack, N J TEanec - 58 TEanec - V 9 Cedar Lane and Elm Avenue Teaneck, . 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I 1 , .. 8 , . , .J. . - TE k - I k 6 4045 ROYAL DELICACY SHOP TABLE LUXURIES CATERING D 486 CEDAR LANE TEANECK N HEYWANGS SERVICE STATION I597 TEANECK ROAD TEANEGK N TEMCL 6 9802 3 HOWARD S STATIONERY Cedar Lane Teaneck N J JOHN J CASEY CO HIGH FIDELITY RADIO PHONOGRAPH TELEVISION Snce 1949 20 West Englewood Avenue MADALYN BEAUTY SALON HOURS 8 5 AND BY APPOINTMENT k 7 6494 200 THE PLAZA OLD PLANTATION RESTAURANT ANTHONY Russo P p 544 TEANEGK ROAD TEANECK N W E SHOE REPAIR I44I THE PLAZA WEST ENGLEWOOD N FISCHER SMITH INC RADIO TELEVISION SERVICE 4 STATE STREET TEANECK N J W I L M A R S 5 East Pal sade Avenue Englewood N J DAVID BELOFF LYRIC SILK SHOP 205 Mann St eet Hacke sack N J CUTLER S PHARMACY I75 W ENGLEWOOD AVENUE W ENGLEWOOD N J k 7 3469 NATIONAL PAINT AND GLASS SUPPLY 215 W ENGLEWOOD AVENUE W ENGLEWOOD N J 4 TEanec - Home-Made elicacies ' , .J. s S13 - , . . , .J . , . H H TEanec - INSTALLATIONS Comptimenfs of I . , ro. 5 , .J. . .J. 9 - , 0 I , . . I6 , . . 1 TEanec - ' r n , . . -J One of New Jerseys Nucer Furnuture Stores Rnght nn 'Your Own Back Yard cl Our Lodl Store TEANECK ROAD AT CEDAR LANE ROUTE 6 AT THE CIRCLE TEANECK N J LO I N J 155 on I, cxeb Robert Gair Ompan , Inc. CORRUGATED SHIPPING CONTAINERS TETERBORO NEW JERSEY MAIN PHARMACY so WEST MAIN STREET BOGOTA B Cr J TV and RADIO SERVICE 35 PALISADE AVENUE BOGOTA N PLAZA GULF STATION CORNER OF PLAZA AND STATE STREET WEST ENGLEWOOD N J FRALEIGH fr SCHWANEWEDE CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS THE PLAZA WEST ENGLEWOOD N BARBARA LEE 1440 QUEEN ANNE ROAD WEST ENGLEWOOD TEANECK NEW MILFORD RIVER EDGE Vv REID MERRYMAN PlANls'r TEACHER PoPuLAR CLASSICAL THEORY 3 CAPITOL ENGINE CO 982 RIVER ROAD EDGEWATER N . N. J. 2 , - J- . . , ZOT , . J. Compliments of FASHION SHOPPE HONEY DEW FOOD STORES , N. J. Best 'ishes TEaneck 7- II9 ' I 'I' I56 Recordmgs by Tape Techmque S preserve your o made Hugh Fidel lty records and tapes for the amateur or profes sional user ccaslon nn Hn Fu HU 8 9463 20 WEST ENGLEWOOD AVE TE 7 H34 WEST ENGLEWOOD N J TE 6 1789 KRIEGER S Hackens 164 Ma n Street NU STYLE CURTAIN SHOP INC ac ISO M a n St eet Hackensack N J 798 91 BILL S RESTAURANT TEANECK New JERSEY CRAIG DRY GOODS PALIS ADE AVENUE ENGLEWOOD, N J JEFFERSON BAKERY 1002 TEANECK ROAD MAIN STREET 157 MARCY MADISON HACKENSACK, N J I '4 . ' X .QUIK A A,,f , 'A '-..,, i I If ' vu ' ' - X . L Q - , .. , . i k, N. J. i r , . . TEaneck - Compliments of H Compliments 7Ev4NfL'K Dlflfk 158 TEaneck 7 7850 TEANECK RECREATION BOWLING I 0 ALLEYS 885 Teaneck Road Opposute Library Teaneck N J Compliments f AL AND ANN S CONFECTIONARY and STATIONERY 454 CEDAR LANE TEANECK N J TEaneck 6 9837 TEaneck 6 3483 MICHAEL S BEAUTY SALON Call for Appointment 738 CHESTNUT AVENUE TEANECK TEaneck 7 1656 SUNRISE VULCANIZING CO INC 1217 TEANECK ROAD WEST ENGLEWOOD N J TEaneck 7 6954 MAHLEA S PHARMACY DRUGS PRESCRIPTIONS COSMETICS 1360 TEANECK ROAD CORNER WEST ENGLEWOOD AVE TEaneck 6 7785 A H KOVACS Cl Zenith Hearlng Aids 511 Cedar Lane Teaneck N ofme TE 6 7545 Home TE 6 0340 THE KOLLER AGENCY COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE George A Koller 612 Teaneck Road Teaneck Complnments of PIERRE S PASTRIE S TEaneck 6 6900 A P LEVIN INC REALTORS INSURANCE 570 CEDAR LANE TEANECK Compliments of MINA S LUNCHEONETTE 365 QUEEN ANNE ROAD TEANECK N J Compliments of CEDAR LANE DEPARTMENT STORE TEaneck 6 7693 QUEEN ANNE SHOPPE THE FRIENDLY FAMILY STORE 294 Queen Anne Road Teaneck N J ., . ' o , - O P T I A N 7 r , . J. Near Theatre , N. J. P 7 , N, J. ' , N, J. 7 I59 HOMELAND CLOTHIERS 36 WEST PALISADE AVENUE WEST ENGLEWOOD, NEW JERSEY ANDREA LAWRENCE FASHIONS FOR THE DISCRIMINATE WOMAN 330 MAIN STREET HACKENSACK NEW JERSEY COMPLIMENTS OF RIDGEFIELD PARK AUTO SALES MT VERNON STREET RIDGEFIELD PARK NEW JERSEY INDUSTRIAL PROCESS ENGINEERS AVEN WARK 5 E gneers Des gners Fabrcatos Plants nd Eq p ent Cl if O 35 . 8 LISTER UE - NE , N. J. ni - i - i r- a uim 160 S E R E N A S 413 MAIN STREET HACKENSACK N J QUEEN ANNE PET SHOP TEANECK RECORD SHOP -Li S558 328 QUEEN ANNE ROAD 449 CEDAR LANE TEANECK NEW JERSEY TEANECK NEW JERSEY AETNA LEATHER NOVELTY CO INC BERGENLINE AVENUE AND 22nd STREET UNION CITY NEW JERSEY I6I MAIN CLEANERS AND DYERS 62 W, MAIN STREET BOGOTA, Z. NITCH MEATS AND PROVISIONS N4 -1- 54 4th STREET PASSAIC, N. J. Compllments of KAHR S BAKERY 1197 TEANECK ROAD TEANECK NEW ENGLAND SHOP es CEDAR LANE TEANECK N J ORITANI SWEET SHOP 298 Mann Street Hackensack RITA MACY N 557 Cedar Lane Teaneck N J CARLTON PHARMACY CHAS CLEVELAND ARCHITECT B J BERGTON 55 Cedar Lane Teaneck Thmk Of Real Estate As A Career 39: So Washmgton Ave Bergenfneld Congratulatuons Class of 56 N FAMOUS FAIN N J 228 Mann Street Hackensack N J 162 1 , N. J. , . . ' , . J. , , , 1258 Teaneck Road Teaneck, N. J. 214 Main Street Hackensack, N. J, , . J. TEaneck 6 4680 1431 Open All Day Sunday THRIFTY DRUG STORES Owned and Operated by S Ramer and H Susser Regnstered Pharmacnsts LET US FILL YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTION Free Dellvery 479 Cedar Lane Teaneck 986 Teaneck Road KRAMER Cr CO CREDIT DEPARTMENT STORES MAIN AND BERRY STREETS HACKENSACK N LIBBY S FASHIONS FOR MEN 517 CEDAR LANE TEANECK TEaneck 6 0818 239 FRANKLIN AVE RIDGEWOOD Gllbert 5 1200 Dlamond 2 1787 SAMUEL BRESLOW If CO THE PAINT CENTER Paints Wallpaper Arhst Supplles STELLJ ES LU NCHEONETTE HUbbard 7 2830 QUEEN ANNE BAKERY Open on Sunday I8 QUEEN ANNE ROAD BOGOTA QUEEN ANNE MARKET 135 QUEEN ANNE ROAD BOGOTA RHEINHART INC FORT LEE AND QUEEN ANNE ROAD Compllmenfs of DASON LAMPS AND SHADES 1340 TEANECK ROAD TEANECK Dlamond 2 3728 K O R S E T R Y 385 MAIN STREET HACKENSACK N J TEaneck 7 4250 ELIZABETH S SALON HAIR STYLIST I74 STATE STREET WEST ENGLEWOOD TEaneck 7 4500 KOBBE G' FLANNERY NASH SALES SERVICE 1187 TEANECK ROAD TEANECK TEaneck 7 6339 PLAZA AWNING fr SHADE COMPANY 202 AYRES CT w ENGLEWOOD N J , N. J. O ' , N. J. . , N. J. , . J. - 299 MAIN STREET HACKENSACK, N. J. sos MAIN STREET HACKENSACK, N. J. . N. J. , N. 1. , . , N. J. i , . . , N. J. ,N J. . . , . . ues TEa eck 6 0325 EXCELSIOR MARKET HARRY BARBER INC REALTOR BUILDER 492 Ceda La e Tea eck N J 612 Te eck Road Teaneck N J TEaneck 6 1967 LOHBECK S DIAMOND RINGS Fme Watches and Jewelry STERLING BY TOWLE GORHAM HEIRLOOM a d WALLACE EXPERT REPAIRING HEADQUARTERS FOR CLASS RINGS 466 CEDAR LANE TEANECK N J xxx. SEMON OF 5"' AVE TEANECK CAMERA sHoP COIFFURES OF DISTINCTION 43I Cedar Lane TEaneck 6 O646 441 Cedaf I-BUG TeaneCk, N -I I64 n - 1 u T F1 F1 , . . an , . . u J. . . V I x Q . . ,::,f" A-.1 7 R N I I Q In , . . o o PALMER BROTHERS SCHULMAN'S, INC. I4 Queen Anne Road Bogota, N, J. 5J9 Cedar Lane Teaneck, N. J ASTOR ABATTOIR Inc 324 ASTOR STREET NEWARK NEW JERSEY A LEBSON INC GLICK G' TRIOLO JEWELERS PAINTS VARNISHES In Hacke sa k S ce I906 WALLPAPER SUPPLIES I65 I l C . , . n c in 328 Main Street Hackensack, N. J. 134 Main Street Hackensack, N. J R 6 5610 TRI COUNTY MORTGAGE CO R E N E DON CARPENTER Boa HILL BOB S SERVICE 5I QUEEN ANNE ROAD BOGOTA N J 930 TEANECK ROAD TEANECK N HOMEROOM HOMEROOM HOMEROOM HOMEROOM HOMEROOM I 2 3 4 5 TEanec - I ' s ' - ' 970 TEANECK ROAD TEANECK, N, J. 121 CEDAR LANE TEANECK- N J ' MARTINSON'S CLEANERS, INC. I2 .n H IZ V I2 U 12 li im rv 12 I F F1 I2 i I2 m r rm' i I2 I2 , , I h . IZ' , I ' - HOMEROOM 6 HOMEROOM 7 HOMEROOM 3 HOMEROOM 9 HOMEROOM ZIO HOMEROOM I HOMEROOM ZI2 TEANECK HI-Y CLUB SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL GOING DODGE? GOING PLYMOUTH? Buy: g a y new car? 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Teaneck High School - HI Way Yearbook (Teaneck, NJ) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Page 1

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Teaneck High School - HI Way Yearbook (Teaneck, NJ) online yearbook collection, 1954 Edition, Page 1

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Teaneck High School - HI Way Yearbook (Teaneck, NJ) online yearbook collection, 1958 Edition, Page 1

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Teaneck High School - HI Way Yearbook (Teaneck, NJ) online yearbook collection, 1959 Edition, Page 1

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Teaneck High School - HI Way Yearbook (Teaneck, NJ) online yearbook collection, 1960 Edition, Page 1

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