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

 - Class of 1958

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You have capably led our class with your advlce your suggestlons and your bountiful enthusiasm You have provided us with an ever ready source of lnsplratlon You have glven us Instruction an your capacity as a teacher You have been however more than a teacher you have been a loyal friend You have dlsplayed an open rnlnd and a great respect for knowledge You have shown a genuune nnterest ln each one of us as an Individual In thanks for your dedlcatnon to us we deducate thus yearbook the symbol of our years un Teaneck Hugh School to you MR JOHN J GIBBA ,. ,,,.,-.,.,.-.1-51 1' fl-U My .A ff """"'90 Q :awp 6 R -nrwmw:-.N-wan 1: 'vw-xy, iikizi. ' M n . 4 if ffl, 'QE'-P l in ,. ,. W v ' . ,QQ ni , ' ij ' :xv Sli . . . E . E ' . ,Q 1- ' x l 1 g :Q l 1 ' , , . ., 5 U It I - K 1, l s J - ' -Al Q if . ' ' 3 5 5' . 3 it s 1 , - . : ' 1 El - . , l . A 3 5: . r E' . . 2 , S : V1 ' ' ' . . 5 . Q 3 R .W Q 2 x E fr 1 Q: - f.gL - at , Q-'ill ' l - G ,iff ' 11-9 . . .EN . V , 51' ' w-....,, Ni' ,A-ng-f-v"q1' L 2: --......N 7 ,,. fl' . "' Jfv -"" . ."'0w. lei., ,-hm, KW, , , N--,..c,Nrm - I. - We N f M ' 1 r r rf f r was M., .Ei 5 4, John J. Gibba DR. LESTER N. NEULEN Superintendent of Schools MISS HELEN B. HILL Principal Once, again our capable principal has guided the entire school through a happy and successful school year. Indeed, after we have graduated and departed from Teaneck High, we shall remember Miss Hill's wonderful speeches in assemblies and the example which she set for us through her leadership. Mr. Clarke, our amiable vice principal, has decided to retire after two years at Teaneck High School. lt is certain that the entire school, but especially the graduating senior class, will re- member Mr. Clarke as a capable and friendly administrator. We wish Mr. Clarke luck and hap- piness in the future. MR. LINWOOD CLARKE MR- JAMES L- WINN Vice principal Supervisor of instruction BOARD OF EDUCATION Mr. Anthony DeGenaro, Presi- dent, Mr. Everett Hines, Vice President, Mr. Orville Sather, Mr, Frank W. Burr, Mrs. Ruth Henriksen, Mrs, Carroll Dayharsh, Dr. Russel Biddle, Mr. Theodore Ley and Dr. Harold Weinberger. Q7 .1 Mnss K McEIwreath Mrs S Malestrc Mlss B Grotsrck Secrefarnes to Mass Hull ,mn n-PTR 'CS' Mr Wallace Glbble Mlss Edith Tepper Mlss Mildred Haerter Mlss Jeanette Pfell Director of Athleilcs Supervlsor of Achvmes Student Employment Senlor Guidance Director Q1 T7 Mr Joseph Follayttar Mr John Drugach Librarian Supervisor of rs Margaret Casey Mrss Joan Kopf Mr John Pape Attendance Testlng Sensor Guidance Audno Visual Alds inv- Ns- Mr John Roache Teshng Mrss Ida Seldon Mr Dnetmclan Keeper of the Records Nurse Edward Elllott Mrs Helen Russell Welcome to... Dr. Tlteos Anderson Taking up the task of Superintend- ent of Schools in Teaneck is Dr. Theos Anderson. We sincerely wel- come him and hope that his years in the Teaneck public school system will be happy and successful for all. lO Thanks to... Dr. Lester N. Neulen The time has corne for us to bid farewell to retiring Superintendent of Schools Dr. Lester N. Neulen. For thirty years he has sought new ideas and improvements for the Teaneck school system. So, as we recognize Dr, Neulen's accomplishments and outstanding leadership, we again reg- ister our grateful thanks, Miss Lorraine Tully, E. B., M.A lN M E M O R I A M Thou art gone, the abyss of heaven Hath swallowed up thy formg yet, on my heart Deeply hath sunk the lesson thou hast given, And shall not soon depart." Mr J Armstrong Mr D Bnesgh SOCIAI STUUIGS Social Studies "' Miss A. Enghsh Science Mrs. M. Da nckwerth Commercial Mr. A. Dubin Science our Miss G. Duffy English Mr. F. Falk Lauguage Y,,,, .ix V, I-HL 'XLCVA Miss E. Foster Mathematics Mr, E. Duperret Englnsh Mrs. E. Geary Art Miss R. Hess Language Mr. J. Garcia Mathematics Mr, C. Earlin Commercial Mr G Fleischer Sclence Mr. C. Gunner Science Mr. L. Hayford Mcsuc Mr. J. Gibba Social Miss C. Guerber Physical Education Mr, G, Kughel Commercial Mrs. Lathen Practical Arts r J Horowitz Miss M Kennel Mrs S Kushel Science Language M l Mr. C. Hixefte Commercial I3 Mr. R. Hertz, English, not pictured, Mr. E. Law Mr. J. Lowell Mathematics Mr. A. Madsen Mr. G. D. Mairs Science Music K' Lische' Mr. C. Matticola Language Driver Education Mathematics Mr. H. Mion Mathematics M L Par e Social Studies Mr. E. McCalmont Commercial Mr. J. Misko Driver Education 1 Mr. F.. Pasquini Practical Arts Mr. W. Moore -1 English Mr. H. Muse Driver Education Mr. J. Pepperlmg Social Studies Mrs. M. Nosach Language Mr. H. Orel Social Studies Mr. W. Powley Miss M. Phelan Practical Arts Commercial M P Puo Practical Arts -' Mr W Schroeder Physical Education Miss M Rlegert Languagelng Mr. J. Rosen Science Miss P. Scrippets Language Mr. A. Sher Language Miss N. Uber Physical Education Miss R. Walker Language MB, H smnh Mrs J Sumner Miss J. Valois E I English English Jazz IS 1 musical means of portraysng every facet of life It may express the gamut of emctuons from hope to deep desparr from securaty to fear f n rom appuness to frustration In a snmnlar manner the members of Teaneck S 19 8 D graduating class represent sundry backgrounds experiences and futures C C C I f . . . . . . L c c , V f , J 1 , 1 , iz-.Ha-wa 1151, lll'StudenQ Bobbie . . . come . . . ber class friendly as they always remem- and football games . . . sarcastic wit . . . intends to go to coll ge after graduation. ,M 1' Phoebe 45 Wern Choir l2g French Club l2g Girls League lO, ll, 123 Hi-Way l23 National Forensic League ll, l2 lTreasurerlg Playcrafters lO, ll, l2g Te-Hi News lO, ll, l2. Enjoys music, books, and partici- pating in dramatic productions . . . recognized by her infectious sense of humor . . . a love of the theater . . . plans on col- lege. ne Allman Place efl . 7 Marie Adler ll, 674 Grant Terrace appy-go-lucky Rose Marie . . . enjoys tennis and art . . . a definite preference for Chinese food . . . friendly and dependable . . . will continue her schooling after graduation. Carolyn Allsbrook 207 Cherry Lane An honest and sincere classmate . . . a versatile conversationalist , . . industrious and hard-work- ing . . . plans to enter the busi- ness world after graduation. if-W4 Joan Doris Andersen 370 Queen Anne Road Anthony Dominick Aglione 91 East Cedar Lane Tony . . . brown hair and brown eyes , . . interested in cars . . . a sociable fellow . . . likes soft- ball and basketball . . . plans to enter drafting school after grad- uation. 373 Birch Street Club IO: Football IO: Club IO: Varsity Club ll, l2g Wrestling lO, ll, 12. Lenny . . . known to break up many a class with his sense of humor . . . a wonderful person to have around . . . college is next. Bowling Spanish uf o.., 47? I ..f'lf'l .7 lj .A f.- gy ' I fx,-I K if ,, ' ji if :, .-.I , , ,,- - . . F . - . 4 . if il-n,-iff' ,- 1 1 In an-X -1 ,.-3 1134, J vi xi 1 j mf i 7 f ' it-1"l'KR llxfifll " " 'l .. lil .-l" "'1f'L":i...,...-fl'. ,569 ,l f' .i CX fr "aA"" if ',.'. " " ' X"-If? gli. -..' f fag: liikwiy L , fjcxx 1. 4 csffi ,A iii . - x lx 'xx 'if I 'i .-. ,P fffffgjl 'J W cs, . f XX i it Ll. ...fi W, .X . -,jf ,4 1 ,fgikffd 656 North Forest Drive Choir l2g Leaders Club l2g Li- brary Council lO, ll lSecretaryl, I2 lvice Presidentlg Student Service lO. Hard-working Joan . . . playing the piano is her outstanding tal- ent . . . a fine singer . . . plans to enter college next fall . . . eventually she will teach history. lB Easy going Leda . . . will always remember the football games and proms of T.H,S .... loves to dance, play the guitar, and ride horses . . . a trustworthy person. Ann Armitage 260 Highwood Street ,F.T.A. I2g Home Arts Club IO: Red Cross I2. Tiny Ann , . . likes ltalian and Chinese food . . . an accom- p' Med knitter and skater . . . attend Trenton State Teach- JM :jj V f Q, J I t llege n xt year. yd , ,, Ann Marie Baker W QM! 553 River Road New to Teaneck, Ann has made many friends . . . tries to have a smile for everyone . . . a good sense of humor . . . enjoys swimming and football. James Balquist I006 Palisade Avenue Baseball IO, II, I2g Class Cabi- net II, I2g Soccer IO, II, I2 ICO-Captalnhg Varsity Club Il, IZ 1Wrestling Rep.J3 Wrestling IO, ll, IZ lCo-Captainl. Sports-minded Jim . . . guitar- playing soccer captain . . . has a great sense of humor . . . well-liked and good-natured . . . will remember mademoiselle. Michael Aquino 387 Woodbine Street Biology Club I0g Physics Club II. Mike . , . a good math student . . . enjoys roller skating . . . admits that he's lazy at times . , . honest . . . a liberal arts college to come, Rosalind Aronstam lS2 Oakdene Avenue Home Arts Club IZ, Student Service II. A tall miss . . . fond of nice clothes and jewelry . . . re- members friendliness she re- ceived as a T.H.S. newcomer . . . to become a secretary after graduation. Alidz Asadourian I7I Merrison Street Class Cabinet II, I2g Leaders Club IO, Il, IZ, Student Council Il: Student Service IO, II, I2g TrifHi-Y Il, I2. Happy-go-lucky Alidz . . . a magnetic personality . . . an ex- cellent athlete . . . driving, piano playing, and hockey rate highly with her . . . college in the near future. Andrea Barison 306 Frances Street German Club IO, II, I2 lSecre- tarylg Playcrafters IO, II, 122 Teaneck Speakers IO, II, I2 lliresldentlg Twirling Club IO, I . Andi . . , actress and orator . . . possesses a winning smile . . . beautiful blonde hair . . . dis- likes artificial people . . . Spre- chen sie Deutsche? , . . college and then the stage. John L. T. Aselta II6 Hamilton Road Football IO, ll, I23 Track I2: Varsity Club I2. The Joker is wild . . . claims to have loudest voice in school . . . pastimes-girls, girls, girls! and his Ford . . . accident prone . . . the Air Force beckons. W., l ,fl Iris Margreta Barley 256 Roosevelt Street Spanish Club 12: Student Serv- ice 11, 125 Twirling Club 11. Friendly and likeable . . . excep- tional musical talents , . . likes all sports . . . the only female member of the boys' shop class . . . teachers' college after graduation. 26645 Donna 14 East League Teaneck News 10, anti , 12 Friendly, sesses an ality and an vocabulary . . tendency to lines . . . humor . . . Frank Battafarano 84 Park Avenue Chemistry Club 123 Choir IQ, 11, 123 Class Cabinet 11 iPresi- denti, 12 lPresidentJ3 Football 10, ll, German Club 12, Play- cratters 103 Physics Club 113 Student Council 10, ll, 121 Stu- dent Service 10, 11 lVice Presi- dentl, 12. The president who gets things done . . . enjoys the spotlight . . . congenial Batty . . . spark- ling sense of humor . . . Herr Dockter Battafarano in the fu- Louise B. Baugllman 1836 Longview Court Class Cabinet ll, 123 Girls Lea- gue lO, 11, 123 Hi-Way 123 Little Brown Jug 11 lSecretaryl 3 Majorettes 11, 12, Playcrafters 11, 12, Student Service 10, Cute and vivacious Louise . . . sincere and always a lot of fun . . . a warm personality . . . plans to enter college next tall. M l . 'M- ' Qs, 1 i f a,,,,5, fi. r- wr 'VX IYL'-xg 'M ,v A Donald D. Beaven 48 Selvage Avenue Soccer ll, 12, Track 103 Wres- tling 210, 11, 12, Varsity Club 11, l . Versatile Don . . . a fine athlete . . . witty and entertaining , , , an overly avid Montreal Cana- dian fan . . . the physics class scholar . . . college is ahead ture. William A. Beckmann 189 West Forest Avenue Military service next in line for Bill . . . ultimate goal is sales career . , . likes Baseball lloyal Yankee fanl,Ipop music, and travel . . . patient and coopera- tive. aries Bartz Avenue 11 125 Girls' 12: Home Arts Playcrafters IO, ll 1 Hazel-eyed Di . . . a heart of gold . , . known for her cute smile and French haircut . . . enjoys being with people . . . a member of the talented Star- ites. Robert Beggs 375 New Bridge Road Cheerful Bob . . . remembers Mr. Savage's Geometry class . . . designs cars . . . enjoys soccer . . . dark hair . . . tall and good looking . . . friendly . . . service in the immediate future. - l if Chnshne Bells 130 West Forest Avenue Cholr ll 12 Glrls League 12 Chrls a talented sInger pnanlst and accordlamst loves hoseback ndnng dogs and Italuan food always out for a good fume but has her serlous sIde college ahead ' r eorgla Bennett Glenn Allen Berg 750 M ldred Street 995 Garrnson Avenue Art Servlce Squad 12 Choir lO F otball 10 ll A Way 12 Student uncll ll tudent Servlce IO Good Oks and 5 b l0U5 Def 12 Te I-It News 12 Tn I-II Y 12 Owl' e If Great sense of humor gener 0 tstandmg ous beautuful green eyes c enloys art Vlvld mem Ilor or ones of the shore In S7 t a future Nifzgmo QL C' X 5 Xa- N5 Jacquelme Phyllls Bualkm 67 East Cedar Lane A O lTreasurerl HI Way 12 Playcra rs lO 1 12 Spanlsh Club 10 ll Student Coungl lO ll 12 Student Serv 1 Frlendly klbltzer Jacky known for neatness and enthus Iasm brown eyed and llvely dotes on sleepmg and swum mung Snamese style COlffeUf college bound -Q.--., outstandlng llterary abIlIty college next Leslne Blaller l Grayson Place 12 Te SSYTSE and watchlng a college IFIIVISW 3 xnxx-P bt-xikfi 1-5 Leslse Stephen Blalr Ward Plaza Qulet Les known for hls brlght red halr an ardent baseball fan qulet very Interested In DYOQVGSSIVE jazz golng to college next a 21 A n - n I in John Vnctor Bevendge 598 Tllden Avenue Rlfle Club lO Blue eyed Jack spends spare tame tlnkerlng wlth hIs car also enjoys huntlng w never forget T H S footbal games college IS next Allen G BIsIg 210 Hardlng Avenue Butch has many dlverse talents a buddlng artist and rnechanlc really enpoys rock n roll asplres to own a Iandscaplng busuness In the near future A l UD y y ,UL I f ' ' lJ .P X 6 , X 4. W. . . . G . . . I ' ' A , 2 ' . ' I A I 0 , . ' - . . F.T. .,l2g Hi- g H - - " CO- ."S -'-'- ' ...al t ' of ' 'I ' A ' ' , , ' ' he ty . Il -his . . . Ill . . . I - - - ' C O . . I ' , ' , . ... in fi bil . ... . ' ,,, , Z.. . .. .t i - r' , s A YU . 1 I I ..-il ' ' 'sf .rn I . ,nfx-W4NfLl Q. I I", 'te-.jx , - - X, ll, 3 -HI- r er-K, -K , 1 , 2. xf -- 2" 'B ' ,i " ISN. -2 , ' X PSC me 4 -NX . 7 166 ly ' F.T..I,II,I2 p j ' b I' '- . 5 fre , I, ' .. . E ,-- , ice ,II',I2,l - ?H...' I ' 1 1 Judith Ann Blazek 481 Terhune Street Choir 10, 113 Home Arts Club 123 Leaders Club 11. Lively Judy . . . roller skating occupies much of her time . . . reading and sports also rate highly . . . an infectious laugh . . . aspires to be a nurse. Robert Charles Blumenstock 417 Cumberland Avenue Bowling Club 103 Wrestling 1Managerl 10, 11, 12. Bob . . . an avid wrestling fan . . . always willing to help others . . . will always remember daily prayer meetings before school . . . possesses a friendly and wholesome attitude. X in 1 f file! Mi .fx yi' f 1 Mir . I, J' f" 1 ff i I 'V' an-9., 341 1- ,f I, I b J I ,i ...Q .. 'P 'awa- 'r, ' ' L- of , s,xX,, , vi f' ff ,fi LaVerne L. Bodek 1470 West Terrace Circle Choir 11, 123 Home Arts Club 12. Blonde, brown-eyed LaVerne . . . well-groomed . . . possesses a winning smile , . . a potential secretary . . . admits a weakness for tall boys . . . enjoys walking and skating. Q2 HQYAQWQA f Philip Block 536 Wyndham Road Sound Crew 12. Phil . . . a skin diving and driving enthusiast . . . enioys working with animals . . . gener- ous and hard-working . . . likes to read . . . plans to go on to college Lim? bwrQL,1va,nA U,,avCUl1. . 011 1 Barbara Jane Bogert. 297 Highwood Street Class Cabinet 123 Majorettes 11, 123 Twirling Club lO, 11, 12. Bobbie . . . brown eyes and brown hair . . . likes listening to music . . . sings very we.. . . . always has a smile . . . junior college bound. A-rvnd-4f'7f'fS ou Jeffrey Bogert 153 W. Forest Avenue Band 1OQ Cross Country ll, 12Q Track 11: Wrestling 11. Blue-eyed Jett . . . flying his way to success . . . a T,H.S. harrier . . . favorite sport is football, of course . . . likes the beat ot a drum . . . college, and then air-bound. liz. X afjzff' XWWJJ4 ff 10 fb' f r 4 'ff IWW MWWIG 4j7,7 Ib.. 1 7 - 1 ff ci ,W I 4766 V , ll . I 1 M 7 , , 'gli ,, , ' " ,L , ILJJ4 fl ,"' Il -xv . 'agr th s'astic ffflf e6a CKlQneut1alent r dancfig' . . . cheerful and fewus ,,. at' present tuture L 1- ,I l V I Q f in , 654, Club IOQ Tri-Hi-Y IO, II. .f 1' " ndffff Y-wi: 'xr - fe Eleanor Booth I77Z Palisade Avenue Home Arts Club IO: Student Service IOQ Tri-Hi-Y IO. Ele . . . good-natured and trust- worthy . . . likes ice skating and 'golfing . . . a fabulous cook . . . will always remember football games and her many new friends. 3' 1 , .A I' x"Mcc,w l I' .f"f'1f"':'i f!i..j,,...,Q1. 1 Q M I f' Ill!! ' ZX L' fllyxr in 4 " - - J , wage., I we - i Ex sz XN"""""""" "" "fT'. 3 ,. 5 H ' Q . ,1'553l7' f'1i'f ,ff .- :asf QV. Ckivfm Xggixeqy, QXKJ xl- . Jj Lj Q gf " Tall and Barbara Ann Boteler 683 Ramapo Road Girls League IZ, Playcrafters II, IZ, Spanish Club ll, IZ: Twirl- ing Club IO, II. Bobbi . . . always good com- pany , . . both understanding and interesting . . . a friendly, polite nature . . . in the future lies college or perhaps a nurs- ing career. Helen Louise Brendle 93 Shepard Avenue Girls League ll, IZ: Home Arts Bob , . . blonde a real sportse man on thc quiet side . . . as a major hobby . . for college. Louise loves dancing . . . weak- ness for pizza . . . bubbling Dersonallty . . . a smile for everyone , , . sincere and honest . . . loves a good laugh . . . gay . . . college in the future. Thomas L. Bott l63 Park Avenue Band IO, II, IZQ Chemistry Club IZ, Choir IO, German Club II, IZ lTreasurerl, Orchestra IZ. There's Tom, toting the bass drum down the field . . . a de- pendable worker . . . friendly and sincere . . . likes winter sports . . . going to college. . . . quiet and college. QU 820 Princ Street Chemistry Club IZ: French Club IO, ll: F.T,A. II, IZ: Play- gigfters IO, II, IZQ Te-Hi News Gay and vivacious Babes . . . always laughing . . . loves to act and play the piano . . . an expert on edibles . . . on her way to a career in elementary education. u,,4l .J B?4k - fr ,pc Ronald Brockmann 229 Lakevuew Terrace Y ocer Tr ck IO I2 Tall Qonnue dlsplays true sportsmanshnp soccer IS one of hrs favorute sports of Mr Powleys boys future colleglan Merry Karleen Brown 99 Lmdbergh Boulevard Class Cablnet II Glrls League I2 Home Arts Club IO lSecretaryl Red Cross Club IO Student Servlce IO II I2 Trl H Y IO II fCorrespondung Secretary! I2 IPresldentI A senior who hasn t passed her fnfth blrthday Why? born on February 29th snncere and enthusnastlc talented dancer and planlst asplres to be a nurse Harvey Davud Brooks 777 Dearborn Street Physncs Club I2 Frlendly dependable Brooksle enjoys sports a natural at making up flsh stories Chico IS a flashy dresser tremendous sense of humor wt Jie 0716 Bennett Brununer IIO Van Arstlale Place Tall and blue eyed pool and cards are f vorute dtverslons a mama or cars has no SDICIJI plans concernung the future K X, v VV Hazel Jane B wn 48 Shepard Avenue Budget Brum 505 Glenwood Avenue FTA I2 German Club I2 Learnlng and meeting new peo ple top her lust of preferences a neat manner enloys readmg adept at talklng soon she will be off to teachers college a college career 'YV fm JXUNVYXA 1 a dlllgent worker ans on M My Arthur S Brown DA f 587 Penn Avenue Choir IO II I2 Class Cabinet I2 HIY IO II lVlce r SI dentI I2 1PresudentI Soccer IO II I2 Student Council IO II I2 Student Servlce II I2 Te HI News IO II I2 1Sports Ed:torI Cub II ng I Track II I2 Varslty I2 tTreasurerJ Wres Art great leadershlp ablluty excellent and versatile athlete looked up to favors pop musnc and basketball defnnltely college maternal Llstenmg to records and swnm mlng take up Hazes spare time FJ I' quiet and Qersonable I UI fsfff Chrushna Ann Burns 273 West Englewood Avenue Chorus I2 Grrls League IO II I2 Red Cross Club I2 Chrls just reaches the fnve foot mark long on ambl tnon and wulllngness to help drnvlng and bowllng keep her occupled a future secretary Y' A I IU, . , i u ' Q. 'N 1 Ht- I2gSc lo, 11, I2: ,4 z. - , , 5 ' 3 . . II, g'- ,. 'Pe'- ' A I ' ' . 2 .- , .' ...a Q - . - 3 "': ' ' I n I - Q ' X gl - I tli 1. tt. ,, .SA - , , 5 . C . A A I w A l I 1 l 'pl I , uv, ,f tw 5 ...pl If li' f ,, -1 - M I Li, f fx xr- rv! '- xx I. I ', ,V tr! t pdl. L 4, , I I I LK 'NX ' I Y ' ' I .' I V ' ,Y .1 r Ulf 12 Q Nl ' ll. : a Hi g . ' : z . " 4. " X , . I q.. A V rr. S ' 24 1 1 gif Peter K. Burr 34 Brinkerhoff Avenue Class Cabinet 11, 123 Choir 10, 11, 123 County Hi-Y 11 1Treas- urerl, 12 lPresident13 Hi-Y lO, 11 1Historianl, 12 lChaplainl3 Student Council 1O, 11, 123 Stu- dent Service 10, 113 Track 11, 123 Wrestling 11, 12, lmpulsive, outspoken Pete . . . handsome lad . . . a class wit . . . excellent tenor voice . . . great knack for making friends . . . interested in all that goes ora. 1 '- r 1 X1 'i v. J ' J' I-1' x 1. ' l Pu ' .X J Carmella Marie Capasso 209 Shepard Avenue Girls League 123 Home Arts Club 123 Leaders Club 11, 123 Red Cross 11. Sincere Carm . . . an avid sports fan . . . a good dancer . . . favors swimming, skating, and listening to records . . . to claim a secretarial position. Joel Butxel 1636 Ardsley Court ?gwling Club 10, Chess Club 11, A college bound senior . . . likes all sports, especially hockey . . . designs cars as a pastime . . . a civic award winner . . . re- members student days vividly. Antonina Carbone 1069 Anna Street Art Service Squad 121 Hockey 10, 11, 123 Leaders Club 10, 11, 12 1GirIs' Basketball Man- ager13 Red Cross 10. Nina . . . friendly and cheerful Pperson . . . pastimes include drawing, sewing, and sports . . . plan to enter art school in prep tion for a future design- in!g,or styling career. ' v NJ JL! .1 1 lfuw yo ii g Bernard S. Carrey 1034 Garrison Avenue Class Cabinet 123 Cross Country 10, 11, 123 French Club 113 Hi- Way 123 Library Council 103 Physics Club 113 Student Coun- cil llj Student Service 103 Te- Hi-News 123 Tennis 10, 11, 123 Varsity Club 11, 12. Tall and easy-going . . . tennis enthusiast . . . sense of humor and cheerful outlook on life . . . frequents Schubert Alley . . . owner of a 1951 Gashog. 25 Jeanne Ellen Cadman 690 West Forest Avenue Band 10, 11, 123 Chemistry Club 123 Girls League 101 German Club 11, 121 Hi-Way 123 Or- chestra 11, 123 Tri-Hi-Y 12. A truly talented musician . . . reading is another favorite pastime . . . quite talkative ipleasingly sol . . . plans on college, then a career as a nurse. Track 11 12 Tall, Marianne E. Cardillo 41 Irvington Road Art Service Squad 123 Leaders Club 10, 11, 121 Library Council 123 Student Service 10, ll. Ma . . . cute and vivacious . . sympathetic and optimistic . . . a good sense of humor . . . hockey, dancing, and reading preferred . . . college, and then the teaching profession. H Ars ll Md! foil are Man A enlue f petitive ro avorit asti loyal . . . humor f. . ollt come te Kg uation Theodore R. Carron Chemi 103 Student Council IO, ll, 12: Tennis lO, ll, l2. Ted gent sonality . . . possesses prowess ff' if fn' ilr has P l ll. fi 696 Suffern Road stry Club l2, Rifle Club ambitious and intelli . . . a quiet disposition a warm and friendly per- on the tennis court . . . a lover TinY of the outdoors. sonality . cheerleader creative , . sonified . . lege. ,.,- ' ,,.-..f,.... W--H ,,.' ' ,,.,,1 f , ,4 ff- C' 1" ' ,ff ng., ,,-,.. Af". , . - "' .- f- f -- - ,.,-"' .- . , W X - " J' . , I. f If f .1 Vx' f' - 1' f', 1 ,' 1. L rl, pl, ,IM f ,f"' . ,f Omero C. Catan 901 East Lawn Dr' Hi-Y ll, 12 iHistorianl3 cer 10, 11, 123 Trac 10, 3 Wrestling 10, 12. Friendly Omero . . . tor everyone . , . a good . . . black crewcut . . . favorite roundball a 'oke for college beckons lar senior. x' 1' M' V ff Barbara Catania 290 Queen Anne Road Leaders Club ll, 122. Red Cross ll, 123 Student Service ll. Bobbie . . . a convincing smile . . . versatile . . . favorite D35- times include dancing, skating, and swimming . . . next on the agenda is a secretarial career. Kenneth Cerasani 1502 West Terrace Circle Sincere Ken . . . lifts weights as a pastime . . . admits a weak- ness for the fair sex . . . the future holds a career as a hair- 4 dresser. Barbara Ann Caulfield X ' - r , O41 Alpine Drive l l,'12g Class Cabinet 11, tr ' l2g ome Arts Club 123 Play- crafte 103 Student Council lO, Bobbi is perpetual motion . . . always rushing, and always late anyway . . . lots of school spirit . . . loves to sing and gab . . . nursing lies ahead. I ,ze f Sue Ellen Chary 1302 Dickerson Road F.T,A. IO, 11 lSecretaryl, 125 Hi-Way 123 Playcrafters 10, 11, Spanish Club 113 Student Serv- ice 10. Sue . , . full of vim and vigor . . . likes dancing . . . a per- petual smile . . . college looms in the future . . . teaching will come later. Joan China V V Elaine Susan Cllrusl' 508 Wyndham Road F.T.A. 11, 125 Girls League 10, 11, 125 Home Arts Club 12, Leaders Club 103 Playcrafters 10, 11, 12, Red Cross 105 Span- ish Club 121 Tri-Hi-Y 125 Twirl- ing Club ll. Fun-loving Elaine . . . a knack for getting along with others ,J . . . diverse interests include 1' X tragelipd and reading , . , has , ' ed weakness for boys with nde ir. Jr J! f fd fig, l " X, JJQJOMJ at sos Tilden Av. l JZ ' f""n fwfr.-fl l Class cabinet ii 125' Girls IO, 12, Playcrafter O3 Stude Sgrvice 10, ll: Twirlin 1 , 11. i e -' ' Mil Y fi Q Q io, ii, i2,HT,?.A ci ov' rg!-L JLG-y-1" Lively Joan . . . h jovial ner makes her a wonde om- panion . . . favors s mming, reading, and knitting . . . college next followed b a career as a - Y medical technologist. i A.. A-2. Lois Eileen Clark 520 Teaneck Road Band lO, 11, 12, Leaders Club 10, 11, 123 Student Service 10, ll, 125 Tri-Hi-Y lO, 11. Blue-eyed Loie . . . loyal and sincere . . . truly a good friend , . . a sweet singer . . . active and capable . . . soon to be an elementary school teacher. U- Il., .luQ"'-x .f"'w , ,..-.. xr X"uX.-X -fax" . ,. .-...,.. A, --,uk 1- ff' Ar.-' In.,-" N I-Tx A ' XR .ffj "'A',f'4-"if an .' -.1 "' I - - r. - iv, I '.o,,-'- L.-,-f...-ilfzf. N- .K in xx- -A rx 'Q,.f ' JIM! Jada,-1 ff -" - VP, 1 , vx X Av ch mx ,K ......,, M, ' f ,I V , ' N- '- nv" I ,. , - I - 1 If ' V, X N , , X l f f 1 . :I ,i li 1 I . l i i ' and f ing 5 i . . h s a 1 WM?" en a 5. f -5- 1671 1 i ' Q? 1 ' X Marilyn Clausen 275 Dewey Place C oir 11, 12, Leaders Club 10, Even-tempered and sincere . . . horseback riding and swimming monopolize her free time . . . T H S. football games will never be forgotten . . . college bound. 2 x N t-.X 'ax X x xv -. fi A xx '-, " X X ., . an X X N. , xx , .5 . fir' Gerald R. Clermont 488 Teaneck Road Tall, thin Jerry . . . known as "Spooks" to his friends . . . an adept basketball player . . . a hot rod enthusiast . . . headed for the armed forces. 27 ..-..4-,,.,,,. Anita Lynn Clutterbuck 383 Birch Street Art Service Squad 10, 11, 123 F.T.A. IO, 11, 12 1Recording Secretarylg Library Council 10, 11, 12 iRecording Secretaryl. Quiet Lynn . . . an equestrian of the highest rank . . . depend- able and conscientious . . . ar- tistically gifted . . . college, and then teaching in the future. . "- 5 ,459 X' William D. Cochran III David Phyllis Cohen 1341 Teaneck Road 544 Beverly I P ace Audio Visual Aids 11, 12. Dave . . . fond of . . , ja z . . . ma er of Bill . . . easily recognized by D I ' a qmck fe per his king size height . . . always 110 S and CMV I l willing to help others . . . en- W11 be n pl joys playing basketball . . . a '- , tape recording fan . . . a busi- 5 if ness administration career a- 31 head. 1 well dressed gal ,NIV and dramatics occupy 'li time . . . sincere and J . . a cute figure . . . I l X will find her in college. - - . She I5 . -N1 wx fri rrir 1 'H' May Hart Cook Leon Cooke Pete Covello 338 Ogden Avenue 1495 Endicott Terrace 1176 Julia Street Choir 123 French Club 125 Lead- An avid Dodger fan . . . intelli- Calm, cool, and collected . . . ers Club 123 Senior Strings 103 gent and honest . . . always has Pete en1oys tinkering with cars Tri-Hi-Y 12. a 'flashing smile coupled with a . . . 'willl always have a warm 1 friendly greeting . , . college spot in his heart for the teach- 1 Cookle Q - - femembefs T-H-S' bound next fall. ers who passed him . . . a fu- ' teachers . . . genuine sense of fure 1,1 e1eC1,,On1C5' humor . , . a talent for acting - ' s . . . on to college for biology ,- 1 ' "' and later research. ' .L 'o .. N - . . "' f' ,N , - ' -fx V' x i ' r Q i 5 2 ' - . p f .X ' ... xx A . an--., Mavis Crede George James Crede. Jr. V" 1131 511,111,111 Avenue i608 WBlCl6l'1 SNES? French Club 125 Home Arts Club l Enjoys hunting and English liter- 12' ature . . . likeable . . . has B Willie. . .friendly and consider- fine talent for art . . . B hard ate . . .an expert chocolate chip working boy . . . DIBHS to Q0 to cookie baker . . . swimming and art school, reading are among her favorite pastimes . . . a nursing career lies ahead. Z0 Susan Bogert Custer 133 Evergreen Place oIr ll Beauhful tItIan haIr and expres slve green eyes enyoys 5ew In a talented slnger understandIng and sympathetIc fun Ioymg fufur colleglan J f if s next on the Ira' rf Wtlfrff W' Vmcent D Auna Allce Llllnan Daborn 268 Herrlck Avenue HI Way I2 lEdItorIal Asslstantl eaders Club IO I lTreas urerl T News I I Head Prootreaderl Attractlve red hanr a smcere and warm personallty e I cIent and relIable ou standnng athlete and I elllg t caleer 'IL 75 Amta Barbara Ann DAIeo 7:5 Hartwell Street Home Arts Club I2 Red Cross I2 ITreasurer Bobbu possesses a frnendly Sl'Y1llE lnkes the lvy League look favorute sports Include Ice skatlng and swImmIng offlce work ahead I.. Davns Katherme D Alessno 738 Bayard Street Dark eyed slender Kathy exotuc appearance a ne dancer lovlng rIdIng school tastIdIous and fun enjoys horseback wIll attend beauty Joseph A DeBIasIo 0 I 30 Lmdbergh Boulevard Chemlstry Club I7 German Club I2 KVICE PresIdentI PhysIcs Club I I Interested In everythlng golng on around hIm lespecIally Sput nIksI claIms readlng as hls mam pastIme relnable tornor wIll tInd hunt In a col .41 531 Englewood Avenue French Club I2 Cant control that spIrIted wIt a loquaclous and exuberant person her VOICE rmgs In th aIr Mlle Amta une actruce superbe college In the future 392 Blrch Street Cass CabIr'Iet II I2 Foot all Managerl IO II I2 Stude rvIce Il I2 V8YSlfY Club I I2 Wrcstlnng lManagerI IO Hard workIng Joe llkeable and consIderate possesses a lot of warmth InchesI and slum lIkes Iazz and records a future college 523 wwf 7 hn ABP-Df r Ieasant Pl ce ebal IO Il 2 Basketball ptaml Class Cab ll Mat VarsIty Clu Tall ohnny asketb ll ace vers popu r IF a looks a sense of p y ahead to co ge and then an en lfleefln C e Cafeef Ruta DeCenaro 279 Elm Avenue Art ServIce Squad IO I2 Lead ers Club IO Playcrafters II udent ServIce IO II I2 News I2 TrI H1 Y ArtIstIcally and musucally a ented clever IH all hand: crafts quret and responslble dIstInctIve sense of humor fond of horseback rIdIng college bound Robert Dickstein 75 Chadwick Road Y 2 Soccer 1O ll 12 dent Service 11 Te Hi News 12 V rsity Club lO ll 12 W The Duck a pro at arguing great wrestler pro ficient in many other sports swell guy go n college next fall .ZMKI Susan Lee Deitchman 583 Wyndham Road Home Arts Club 123 Playcrafters 12. An attractive newcomer to T.H.S. . , . Su-Lee . . . tres chic dresser . . , likes a good dancer . . . recalls moving to Teaneck and trying to meet everyone at once. Jean De Leau 536 Tilden Avenue Art Service Squad 12 Play crafters ll 12 Te Hi News 12 Frenchy possesses sparkling brown eyes friendly and well liked a wonderful artist loves horses emoys taking care of small chil dren nursery school training in the future Patricia Ann DeLawter 134 Church Street Band ll, 123 Choir 10, ll, 12. Talkative Pat . . . a rare mix- ture of blond hair and beautiful green eyes . . . good-natured and sincere , . . musically tal- ented . . . a teaching career after college. August DePhiIIips 119 Oakdene Avenue Friendly Augie a wall co ordinated lad fine basket ball player possesses real talent in the rock n roll field plans for the future are uncertain Dale Ruth Di lono 46 Sherwood Avenue Girls League 12 Hn Way 12 Home Arts Club 12 Leaders ub ll 2 Re oss Easy to get along with ardent Yankee fan enjoys horseback riding swimming and ice skating likes rock ro plans to be a secretary ol wwdfjfw tg rw-4 Wwmf ,rf Ellxabeth Edith Doll 447 Cedar Lane German Club IO Home Arts Club lO enemy shall not surprise us with Liz watching the skies for the Civil Air Patrol other inter ests include roller skating and tennis H Q 1 Hi- lg- , U. :Stu- 3 '- 1 9 ,,f1g',O',,,,j. ' 2 'es' C' 'll dcf mlazrg Abubbiang personaiiiy.,.rhe ...a i to ll.-. Q '. , , 1 7 'I 1 Y u ' I v , ' f 4 ' ff'-af M f pn lf fr Z 1 ' ' N 30 0 I J, I 0' f 'll - 1 wwf' 1' tx ,J l 1 . ,KN 231' 'fy J 1 Robert J. Donaldson 60 State Street Cross Country 10, 11, 123 Track 1O, 11, 12 lCo-Captainb. Marla Dombrow 536 Martense Avenue French Club 1O. 11, 125 crafters IO, 11 lSecretaryi, iVice Presidentlg Stage Crew lOg Student Service 10. Tea- neck Speakers 11, 12. A flair for the dramatic . . constantly displaying her theatri- cal talent . . . charming and intelligent . . . always willing to help , . . a college bound senior. Ilene Phyllis Dorfman 86 Church Street Girls League 125 Playcrafters 11, 123 Red Cross 11g Spanish Club 11, 1 l' it X gg 1 1 . x OJ iff? Play- 1' M 7106 l " 12 ,1 1 V, S1 ' l lvLCiAjlf r 1 .f 1 3 T' IF' If uf? 'W -1 4 1 of l fl f " ' f K 4' :gf -0-vf' ' . , g- ...f 1 , .OTA 's-- NV 2 I g Q -,Q ', ' 7 'e ,J fs L fixfao x Q V "fc-'J ' 21 Ioaihlnigfd glsrncle .Bljbfast diggs,-Q L They call her I . . . loves to talk short distanqel 1, , V,L!zfwd argue . , , a talented ice rcusic , fine ng Oflh r lj skater and .3 good dar'1Cer . . 1 uf, . , engtneerin l'le V L likes to watch football and wres- L 4, 1 f .f Z ' L, tlini. . . to study sociology. ql gl 1 ' L . I f fssl ill, UAA ,Ulf .M uf wif W at f 16 1 bidi' l 'ul ' Q . f , V f I' E IJ Bl I V Q 1 1 I V dl! ' ,J I' LL ' bl fr l lx I 1' L n ' flf ff I 1 1,1 Clflujyl U? l, N .Lf rl 1 nm ,gf I f 573 in l9f?wRoay4l 'X eerie ng , i ' lass cabi- et 11, 121 Fre Club 123 irls ue , 1 lTreasurerl, 1 -Wa 1Og Playcrafters 103 nt C ncil 105 Tri-Hi-Y 10. onn' . a well-dressed gal . ' l never for et being Jun- r rom Queen an ener- TIC Cheerle Lv. , 1 loves to dance. eat give Rarties. f 1. if ,- ,Lv . 1.6! 0 . Stephen Dreier 1218 East Laurelton Parkway Handsome Steve . . . a well- traveled boy . , . Latin scholar . . . met many new friends in T.H.S, after moving here in his junior year . . . college is ahead. 31 Lenore Ca role Dorsen 607 Penn Avenue Te-Hi News 123 Tri-Hi-Y Class Cabinet 123 Hi-Way 11, 125 Red Cross 10, 11, 125 Span- ish Club 113 Student Service llg 10, 11. Efficient and sincere . . . hard working and reliable . . . tal- ented in secretarial skills Douglas C. Dreyer 59 State Street Class Cabinet 11, 123 Hi-Y 10, 1 1, 12 1Secretarylg Student Council 10, 1 1, Friendly, easy-going Doug . . . ready wit and flashing smile . . . rating highly are basket- ball and a certain cheerleader . . . high in popularity . . . col- lege ahead. loves to talk, sew, and read a future private secretary. L 2345 ww Phyllis Estelle Dubln 985 Teaneck Road Girls League 12 Home Arts Club I2 Playcrafters l2 Dub: likes to swam buys records often loves hamburgers and onions spend mg sprees and dancing plans to go to college next year Christine Eldredge l95 Lindbergh Boulevard Girls League lO Home Arts Club l2 Red Cross lO Vlvacious Chris roll enthusiast and the Yankees ful and sincere in the secretarial field to follow graduation a rock n loves pizza thought a position Amos Dunn 2lO The Plaza A likeable fellow enioys all sports but golf and baseball are rated hrs favorites the Navy will come after graduation Robert Paul Dwoskln 680 Palmer Avenue Bowling Club ll 12 Tennis Frxendly and trustworthy quiet and modest an ace at bowling a real sports fol lower enloys basketball and tennis Bob is college bound ,I l Lorraine C Ernst i258 Longfellow Avenue Choir 10 l2 German Club ll l2 HI Way lO Student Council Student Service IO ll HI Y Muslcally inclined Lorrue quiet and sincere manner a spirited miss a good listener this graduate is headed for college Maryann Dunne llOO Bromley Avenue Chemistry Club 123 Girls League l03 Library Council ll, l23 Stu- der:BService lO, ll, l2: Tri-Hi- lndustrious and amiable lovely long eyelashes loves outdoor sports wlll always remember racing into homeroom amazing mathematical abil a college career as next in sight Donald Earlm 35 Orchard Street C our jD ll Don work ways se be hungry favorlt a mes Include cars and b s to be a mor tlclan er graduation Donald A Erskine 664 Catalpa Avenue Football l0 ll I2 Varsity Club Q Sandy happy go lucky and a true friend well liked enjoys eating and rock n roll future includes college or the Coast Guard Q... Donald J Eckenfelder ll3 East Lawn Drive B seball lO ll I2 Basketball l2 Varsity Cu A versatile athlete seeks no enemies a natty dresser Don is a little on the quiet side planning on college next ff fir 32 . gfy',..' 7 " ' . I i 1 -no Q7 , I2 ' . Q ' ll, V AX l l ' h--,R:'Iik' Amal- rl, 1 " Ildll. E - L... ' , V ms .r I ... A --- A A.. , A r 3 f . g ' X I Q f. , ul 'li . ' ' 4 ... , Tn- '- 11, l2. I ' V .1 " - V H V, A A - U- ll,l21Wn:estlln ll, l2. George Espmosa l Westvuew Terrace seball lO ll I2 lCapfam ass Cablnet ll 12 Football 2 r r r y ub lPresldentl Espy outstandrng athletlc ablllty baseball hrs chosen 5Dort hard and dlllgent worker pesslmrstlc lrable a frery temper bound for college Anetta Farma 954 Warren Parkway s League lO ll I2 Home Arts Club I2 Playcratters ll Anette enjoys football games cooklng and swlmmlng able to make trlends easily dlsllkes rnsmcerlty In others future In fashion and mer chandlslng Wilf J Faust l67 Shepard Avenue Ronme comes to T H S thus year from Englewood lkes most sports especlally swam mmg plans to go to college ln the future ,f 2 Ira Joel Faber IZ64 Sussex Road Y e ws lSports Edutorl Varsrty Club ll Wrestllng lO l Joe a neat blonde crew cu lndustrlous and always seeking to help out a good athlete who excels In wrestllng golng to college next fall 440 Sagamore Avenue Chemrstry Club l2 H1 Y ll l2 Physlcs Club ll Te Hr News Art fairly quiet a fine appreciation of humor help ful and honest enloys play :ng baseball polltlcally actrve college as among hrs future plans 6lO Maitland Avenue Friendly Terry smgrng of Johnny Mathls Interested ln home econo a fme dancer dote buyrng clothes a secretarlal career to come Joyce Ellen Fennmg lO24 Grace Terrace r Servlce Squad lO ll German Club ll l2 lndnvlduallstlc possesses tre mendous artlstlc abrllty frnendly and carefree loves to have off beat fun falr for the exotic and unusual art school next .r" K' Carla Ferrarmr 802 Hartwell Street Class Cablnet ll Grrls League Home Arts Playcrafters lO Twlrllng Club Snncere and talkatrve w always be remembered for her work un varnous class functrons readrng and :ce skatung are popular wlth her college next Wrlluarn Fesq 508 Trlden Avenue nd lO ll I2 Orchestra Frrendly Blll an outstanding band member records top hrs lust of preferences lnkes to serve :ce cream college and then the Marrnes ! Ba . , ll' Cl ' ' 5 ll, l2Q Hi-Y lO, ll. l 3 Soc- U, ce lO: Vast CI ll, I2 5 V A ' V 5' . ' 'I f ' 1 1 X rg Hl- l21-T-Hi Ne ll, l2 ,'- . . . e '- S kh l2g ' ', 1, l2. ' ' E ' ' 'I ft... . y 51 5 '- f A' Ii 0 1 1 . Ll I Ko Arthur I. Feinberg .T ,g X ry V . . 11. 5 ' Girl , , Q l J ' ' ' ' ' W, Q . ,..l' 1-- i T 6' ' ' , At ' , ,l2g . , , I I' - l l ... ,pl 1 . . ."' s 1 . - . . 1 Ba , , 2 l2- IO, ll, l2g lO, lli . . . ,601 ll. , . . QM' Donald Fields 115 Oakdene Avenue Class Cabinet 11, 123 Hi-Y 11. Don . . . one of the famous Chevrons . . . claims honesty as an important virtue . . . can always be found singing . , is always dressed in the latest style . . . college bound. Qimvysef' 1 Bert Finn 705 Wendel Place Chemistry Club 12 lVice Presi- dentlg Class Cabinet 12, Foot- ball 1Og French Club 123 Physics Club 11 tvice Presidentl. Monsieur Finn . . . ses cheveux frises tres serres . . . a special talent for air writing . . . un nageur par excellence . . . col- lege is a definite step toward future goals. 45"-y Olds- Carolyn Fischer 683 Maple Avenue Class Cabinet 11, 123 Debating Club 10, 113 Girls League 10: Marching Band lO, 11, 121 Te- Hi News 12. Often found roller skating or swimming . . . musically tal- ented . . . a sports fan . . . lo f school spirit . . . a tall a s young lady. w ,J x lm .Qu .v i - size- iss. ' 1 ilu i f l ?.' iff? tf'z'H,"'-'E' F - f F, 4,- 1 4 fp I We . I I 5 1. li? Robert Fischer 120 Van Buren Avenue Blonde Bob . . . bowling and miniature golf occupy his spare time . . . cheerful and apprecia- tive . . . a talented writer . . . will pursue a career in dentistry. 1 ,ill my elif? l66QQ'lUldlQifd td bybl ,- 'X 504 1 A 'V E Atl! bill Lll 'Ili QW Wgll Joan Ellen Fisher 1170 Alicia Avenue Blonde, blue-eyed Joan . . . de- lights in swimming, singing, and listening to rock 'n roll . . . always on the go . . . has in mind a career as an x-ray tech- nician. Roger A. Fitch 151 Copley Avenue Hi-Y 1O, 11, 12 lTreasurcr1g Soccer 10, ll, 121 Track 10, 11, 12 tCo-Captainl. Tall, lanky Rog . . . a diligent and persevering senior . . . a rugged miler . . . soccer is . major fall pastime . . . College bound after graduation. Jacqueline 1364 Somerset Road x Art Service Squad 12, Class l Q l 1' cabinet ii, 12, French Club D 11,l2gGirls League io, ii, iz, f l Hi-Way 10 11 12 lEditorial uv 'S Elena Fowlkes 1035 East Lawn Drive Chemistry Club 125 Leaders Club IO, 11, 12 1Secretary1g Teaneck Speakers 1O. Blonde and cheerful nurse-to-be . . . blue eyes . . . a charming smile . . . finds pleasure in danc- ing and playing tennis . an ability for making new friends. Assistantjg Leaders Club 103 ll Play-craffers io, ii, 121 student U ' Council 10, 115 Te-Hi News 1 . .I . f Jacki . . . vivacious, witty an . original . . . has a creative per- iQ sonality . . . possesses a talenti I for modern dancing and a liter- J' M-A ' . ary prowess . . . plans to go to 1 M college. L XL 3 CV 5,112,412 jf, fli i V lub Allen R. Freer 1144 Summit Avenue X Red . . . has the ability to wear clothes well . . . quiet but ami- able . . . unassuming . . . his favorite sport is baseball , . . college will follow graduation. 15 7 Bnan Wnlham Fnkert 827 Teaneck Road Cross Country ll l2 l-ll Student Servrce ll I2 Y 2 Blg blue eyed Bnan glfted accordlan player truthful and honest e largest feet IH town lengthy strlde will remember splrt sessrons always Rayna Dons Furst 3l Mrnell Place 6 l-lx Way l2 Playcrafters IO ll St dent Servlce IO Il Teaneck Speakers ll l2 T News lO ll Strong walled Raye friendly and outspoken enloys read :ng dancing and wrrtlng co ege and a career In he foreign service come next Charles Garcna ur" Lynn Fru : 59 Monterey Avenue s League lO l l2 Arts Club I2 Lynn engoys drlvlng danc ang and just plann talklng sincere and friendly junior college and a career as an alr Irne stewardess ahead Euleen Marla Musrcally l47 East Forest Avenue 5' Charlre dark brown harr and brown eyes qulet and reserved enroys swlmmlng football and baseball m if chanrcs rate hnghly a future automotlve engineer 1 z 9 xx. 0 W Robert Fudnm 665 Maltland Avenue I Y l2 Stage Crew l2 lPresr dentl Te Hr News I2 Musrc lovmg Bob lakes any thing from rock n roll to the classlcs loves athletics especnally basketball good photographer frlends admrre hrs loyalty and falthful ness 12 I ap Cabnnet Student Servlce Mrml our sprrrted cheer leadrng captam blonde and cute lovely clothes golf enthusuast unquestlon ably one of the more popular members of the class I Margaret Fullerton l65 Van Buskurk Road Marge a newcomer to Tea neck Hugh a happy person alrty has won many friends for er appreclates trustworthl ness In others lakes to skate ' I , ,, r ' , f ff' r I I W -V. lf, . .. . a 3,1 , W, I , 1 '- l, Girl' ,l, gHo '- 3 Q '- - V, - I . 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'e' . - ,Hg .H U -- I ' C " roller -ll . 4 . ll" ' . ...4 ....a X I as ,rn it 4 Clalre Sheila Gmsberg l292 Prlnceton Road French Club lO l2 lPres1dentl H Way ll Playcrafters lO ll Student Councll ll I2 Student Se vlce lO ll A petlte brunette with lovely green eyes Shella has a good dlsposltron and a great sense of humor loves all kinds of dancing college after graduation 41 accom excel CETS n I :ce hockey prano a career ln Merntl' Gaudard 872 East Lawn Drlve Hard working and industrious enpoys a good time an plays the college followed by englneermg 'll' X WW Barbara L Gerstenn 69 Q 545 Cumberland Avenue Nl Student Servlce ll 12 X ell liked and frlendl Barb Y X Q favorlte pastlme rs readlng 9 a whlz on the shlny blades 9 N emoyed our class plcmcs fb V15 be bfvball games occupa C, py an the future o an sezql-,C 'elle' YSL 9 as Qqf-W Lynne Ruta Gulbert l343 Trafalgar Street Class Cabinet 'll l2 FTA lO G L a ue l :ce Presrdentl ay crafters lO Student Councll ll T N ws 2 Trl H Strawberry blonde halr and blue eyes a progressrve jazz fan completes everythmg she undertakes after gradua tlon college and then a career 0' O 'F V Aiwa rn e 6' 70,0 'llgv-5 willy ox 0 N N Sandra L l56 Englewood Avenue Chorus I2 Sweet and good natured Sandy talented nn the dancung and slngrng flelds lrkes to cheer at football games medical school to come after graduation if 56 Helene Frances Goetz 661 Grant Terrace Blonde and blue eyed recog nrzed by a bug cheerful smnle enjoys seelng a good movre nd gorng dancung a tal ed skater a future e etary I 'S Gerald Goldberg 66l Rutland Avenue our ll I2 crafters lO l2 Spanish Club ll age Crew lO ll I2 l Presldentl Student Councll ll Student Service ll l2 Jerry brown eyes and brown halr trlendly and fun lovlng well dressed clalms dramatlcs IS his favorlte pastime a Irberal arts college IS next ,- . ut L - A . - . . VY . . . . . . an 'b f . . . g G if ' X' - .x l -. l '. ' lv l2g- l-rls le 95121 login' of s . . , :gg me-ITE' e lg '- i-YA of xi: wa. t C XP uxx 0 A . V . Z y 0' 1 0 x SQ I' , ...RN A . .sz 4--' H are ' ' ' oo 3 -' hm ml-w"::s ww:--s... W 1 MW - HLTQ-aw t--so -h.-,Qf .c .... .,, ,g., -, - -V Q 4' . -X No- .R -i -q Y..e.. .. Q ., -Aff , ..,,, . . ll .,,.. ..,. . . . W eff' ' , 2 ' , 'AL f"'lf'f F Ml! f . ' l . , 'LIZ z 'l I, I I , I V 3 j Af-.... H F fl 1 . A N A 5. f ff' A M A I f choir . y I- H- Ch ' , 125. Hi-Y 5 Playi - H .- , Q 'f A Sf, ', , .vice Stanley Goldberg 659 Camperdown Road ketball lO ll H Y Tack lO l2 Varsity Club O Stan a great guy to know can always be found on a basketball court known for his athletic prowess and wonder ful sportsmanship next stop is college Eva Lynn Goldenberg 628 South Forest Drive Chemistry Club ll lZ Conser vation Club lO German Clu Ph sics u Cross ll A true animal lover astron orny enthusiast interested in everything likes skiing 43 real outdoor glrll imagi native and intelligent seven Wit! 1 Barbara Marlene Goldman ll74 West Laurelton Parkway Cheerleading 12 Class Cabinet rench lub l l2 ters lO ll I2 Ritle ll Student Council l2 Te Hi ws ll Little and cute describe Bobbi a real bubbly cheerleader just reaches the five foot mark erjoys dancing and swimming plans to attend college sisters bound Marcia E Goldman l479 E Terrace Circle Home Arts Club I2 Mush a witty and good natured person a true chat terbox makes friends easily promises to be a charming airline hostess after graduation ,jtlw 3 Linda Barbara Gonzalez 767 Winthrop Road ..A. 23 Gr L ague ll ' Home Arts Club l23 Playcrafters I l2: Student Council . Attractive and amiable. . . we - dressed . , , possessor of a winning smile . . . enjoys talking on the phone and swimming . . . to major in merchandising at junior college. 25 Willia Ellis Gra y affe af Blon , ue- . claims t otb 's ' sport . . ed i oo i d h . Ann Gourlay arosmp Sjbj- cfars Co 802 Salem Street Quiet, cheerful Ann , . . a cute blue-eyed blonde . . . takes pleasure in talking . . . talented typist and good cook , . . career in business lies ahead. Janice Christina Green 505 Martense Avenue Class Cabinet 12' Girls League lOg Home Arts Club IO' Leaders ub llg Majorette ll, I2 - Captainbg Twirling Club 10, ll. Jan . . . favors swimming, play- ing the piano, and making people taugh . . . always has a smile and enjoys life thoroughly . . . one of the singing Starlights . . . will be a medical assistant. J' ' K. e:.,,,.,1 Cx 5" s JS all Q -.,--1 f' A ' -i x -ewes if ,Y Susan Green 449 Ogden Avenue Hi-Way 123 Spanish Club 123 Student Council ll: Student Service 10, Te-Hi News 105 Tri- Hi-Y 12. Well-dressed Susie . . . sweet and friendly . . . enjoys reading . . . lists swimming as her favor- ite sport . . . college, and then work in the diplomatic service. Joan Halperin 568 Cumberland Avenue Class Cabinet ll, 123 Girls Lea- gue 11, 123 Hi-Way 11, 125 Spanish Club 10, 11, 12, Student Council 1O, ll, 12, Student Service 1O, 113 Te4Hi News 11 lAssistant Circulation Editorl, 12 iCirculation Editori. Always active . . . a warm, bubbling personality . . . loqua- clous . . . a horseback riding enthusiast . . . a talent for mak- ing long phone calls . . . going to college to study medicine. QWAWW f 'aafbarli eipluleff ,Q 340 Demon Avenuef' ' Barbs . . . oomes to T.H.S.11his year from Par's .L . q1loys tennis and t,alki gwn the plgone . . .ia wonfer 1 conyersation- alis! . . . ' retarial sdhool is Her nextlstoj 3 , , .,. Nt 1 ' I i 1 f ' IJ . 'l . i Joseph Peter Hanig 585 Oritani Place Band 103 Chemistry Club 123 German Club 10, 11, 123 Hi-Y 12, Physics Club 11 iTreasureri 5 Student Service 12. Joe . . . enjoys reading, music, and baseball . . . a quick wit and good sense of humor . . . his first love is science . , . plans to make his future a scientific ' Q ' i --' Paul B. Haggerty Robert L. - 930 Garrison Avenue Hi-Y j2g Soccer 10, 11, 123 'lgaclc 11, 133 Varsity Club ll, A fan of country and western music . . . a happy-go-lucky kid . . . important cog in champ soccer team . . , plans on the Navy next. , . i all 'Z 0 17- t .KX 4 . 1, lx X 4 ew w i 'xy 1. ' I "'- i t AIS . ' 1 if ' , ff Q5 K. ' 1-'Z' -J 5 ' A 57 A I ff 1.14 .51 . ss ..,-..s,:1,s+a2::?f,,i. if i 89: ' - is if ' - 1 1 .i:5i,T-S.-tfigf' are , N - ' "X . ' , ' " ,, 1, GX i f , 5 i r - ar I , . .-,175 ff! ii' 'Q One. Janice Hans 518 Kenwood Place Hi-Way 12, Home Arts Club 12, Leaders Club 11, Red Cross Club ll, 12. Quiet Jan . . . a Rainbow girl , . . likes to cook . . . finds time to do a little modeling . . . plans to enter college next fall, Fxrfj fe - . vap- Mgys C ii'll?fWiff li' William D. Hardy 147 Church Street Baseball IO, ll, 12, Basketball lO, ll, 12: Class Cabinet 11 lTreasurer1g Football 10, 11, 12 :Co-Eaptainlg Varsity Club 10, Bill . . . outstanding in sports . . . characterized by blonde crewcut . . . tall and quiet . . . future all-American material? . . . a born leader . . . college to come. willy I -vw, r gf V F 1 r 1 A .W S X fx m I' .1 l if l f . . ' r rx ' f 5- X Frank A. Hargreaves Y -X 540' Demarest Road X Footbal IO. ll, l23 Trac I k IO, Var it Club lO, ll, l2g VVres- ig Frank . . . always ready for a laug , . , will never forget rtici ating, in sports for T.H.S. .- , . noted for his crazy sense of Wi' and even crazier antics. i QMPQ IO, ll, 12. 1 2 ' 1 l l. 1 ,fn-, 4. Vivian Harris ' f f 7 1 l ' "f.?fi'f.iz. -.fu rin:-11.7-5. ' .,yg,. --V .cv 'QQ 1- , 35,35 ' Allen M. Harris l767 Van Cortlandt Terrace Amiable Al . . . plays both clar- inet and saxaphone . . . inter- ested in zoology . . . a quiet temperament . . . plans to go to college next fall. 471 Emerson Avenue H1-Way ll, Playcrafters ll Red Cross ll: Home Arts l2g Twirling Club IO. Viv . . . a blanket of 1 and sincerity . . . unable to a secret . . . a habitual chewer , . . kind and c Carol Lois Hecht 630 Queen Anne Road Chemistry Club l2g Home Arts Club lOg Student Council l2g Student Service lO, ll, l23 Tri- H1-Y lO, ll, 12, Sweet and intelligent . . . hidden sense of humor . . . generous and ambitious . . . enjoys ice- skating and knitting . . . capacity for making people feel good... a future nurse. Susan Jane Heller 708 Linden Avenue Tri-Hi-Y l2. Susie . . . comes to T.H.S. from San Fransisco . . . has a won- derful knack for talking . . . enjoys tennis and dancing . . . will never forget the friendli- ness found in T.H.S. ate . . . a'future collegian. -sl V -. -u N ' ,- C i Pfxm Rose Lynne Hass i359 Pennington Road Girls' League ll, 125 Hi-Way llg Playcrafters lO, ll, 12: Spanish Club ll, l2: Student Service llg Tri-Hi-Y IO. Fun-loving Rose , . . enlivens many a class with her contag- ious giggle . . . enjoys knitting and reading . . . a future psy- chology major in college. William Dennis Henr 7l7 Cornwall Ave Audio-Visual Aids lO. lSupervisor1 5 Color Guard ll, 'l2 KCaptaini. Blonde, blue-eyed Bill . . derful sense of hurnorj. . able, but moody at times . sports minded . . . enjoys music . . . college bound. . W X :ig Geraldine Helen Hayes 641 Teaneck Road Home Arts Club l2g Leaders Club l2g Red Cross Club l2. Gerri . . . enjoys most sports lskating and swimming rate as special favoritesl . , . headed for Grace Downs Art School next year, in order to become a stew- ardess. Barbara Sue Hetson 540 Standish Road Art Service Squad 10g Hi-Way 11, 123 Playcrafters 11g Span- ish Club l2g Student Service 10, 11, 12. Martha-Nell Herbst 584 Kent Avenue Class Cabinet 11, 12g Girls Lea- gue 10, 11, I2 lSecretarylg Hi- Wav 123 Student Council 105 Tri-Hi-Y IO, ll. Marti . . . noted for her grace- fulness . . . adept at knitting and cooking . . . prompt and honest . . . a Nat "King" Cole admirer , . . headed for college. Joseph Walter Herrel 1135 Arlington Avenue ,f Szzaiil' Hi Dv 'ztvtuimf A . i 1 Depen bl LJoe1,.-PY.: ,oys Janice Kay Hirsch 836 Ester Ave Art Service S d 1 German Club l atitendi ' spaorflxi Pevenit End ' l . .. ' Tv, ,peflgllf ilemif ., Yvrafxslgii 5 ,VVI 4 xzunggy group. rybeaqt I for I -Agy 'Qi i E -f' i. if ,ky if Ab 7, 1 X X 1 I 1 .V 1 w ' ',e1wfi, Ni 1 Y ' 1 l V rf ff cf ci io jfhzltq It U . .f am . 1 M Ja ...,h h a , JM Susan Hochman if 634 Maitland Avenue Debating Club 11, 12 iSecre- tarylg Playcrafters 10, 11, 12: Teaneck Speakers ll, 125 Te- ar Hi News lO, ll, 12. Sweet and pretty Sue . . .Ual- s y '?Q Sue . . . a good speaker . . . ways friendly . . . water skiing . '. . ' , especially interested in poetry.. and fraternity parties arelfavor- ,- . . , recognized by her giggle ite pastimes . . . a versatile tal- boatin . . c eiik. , . . plays tennis often . . . in- ent for music . . . college is next. next. by 1 W clined toward dcgamatics . . . she I is college boun . f' DA cl!" i W g Ogg. X' ff! r !"f':" .-4 ,XL f Q' - .MPL 'gf ...iw X iy - 'lub gr LM ,V My 4 i- We Jw Mo. ' '7 fi. ., . 'T , 1 jf' 1 f t .-. m 'J VS '1 'J 'rx si fl' ' K-' L ketk ' 'X . ' Fx.. f ' jpfj fNJxi5lv..x ,X x ' " ' . ' . 1' x xl K: V CA CSKA-xl ,h-yblwxlv X fx I 19:36 ,fy f- 'Hft?f.'--X . l 'g 'flip-"' ! ' 1 ..s.'N:sf1f,ll1jgN ,X I . lf, wx-QR g L , ,f M , ' 'M' 'Y' 5' M". I ?:'sk':---, RJ if C W I ll' X IJ!! lan"--,...--1. s I -....1, , , fl JI, lil ,ff A-V f--f : r-- 1 1 f X, -, f ,O 5. N..,.-.f, ,I QQ.. N gi 1 if , X, . z . , ,, si wa t it i 1 fseef , ":J::.f':'f. f ' -4 ff' , fe rt 4.4.1--f1'1:':"' A L . ,.' S gf-V--1-' , f 1 . M., 'H I XE l,l,iMg.,:Ffa-,f H ,,a::i, ...... fin J fa' ffe i S5 vital A ' d:"' 'fc' Q' ,,.-L Xrhx l xt fl X li XVYX ' .-...gf-..!,f ig J,-0 Q' R , K ! I' ,jf IQ" MV. ,.ff'iN"f5g.f:"r,: 3 f2,-f---, 4 'J Arthur Hocking ,f , ,f .1 x 5 Ltd: 1,,,.-ii,-1 , l rf' ."' fl" ,, ' '- I li' J VU 662 Downing Street , f ' V, f' , 1, . ' ,X ff! ,' .ff 'gf' 5, A fi! Tall Art . . . interested in all I ,jjj f, fu" ,. .1 'il 1 -X Vi f 2 types of cars . . . an expert with -M M4 ig ,' gl.,-" ' 'M ,ar ,jkgh-'QL' X: I boats , . . likes basketball . . "', . " If " N ,g ff' TW" 4 -V V. ' lans to enter the service and KN X- if ,M--' 1' ,,- y 'mf'-r., ' Lf -. then become a salesman. . .: , ,,f" 4,-f . 5 - N- lt ' 5 XX iii iv, fffk..-,ff r.,.A V, i - H X, ,I 1wliKf,fWff 9: t'N i fx L 11,7 K ,.' ' .lf M ' xx- 511-., I. ' in ' - .' 9' "xx "sf 1 'Tex if A,-3'-ggv XS, """"'- ll 1'-xx-nh I ,f -...Q fy in N., l J gg f " 40 . f "Q, ., ' cm 1 L 'yy N, .E 3 if 51 ' 1. '-,gh 2 A, -4 Q . 1 r ' i2..,,.,..,,g,:ff 4, . I tml? , SW' ...--- N" - 'E Q 1 Q I FT JEOQ fy y N- N 40' become an f " A xi r h , , C K .45 . A x 'Q if Jvbb g .fmt rs Terry oltie t nt Seryice l errys most cherish easil " Y - - 9 Q g f ot occu s spare t ell Van, 1. V. - . X - is ' ..-.. Y. .alwa c ,mi on .. in V M 79 9? Joanne Hopko 188 Walnut Street Choir lO, llg Class Cabinet llg Hi-Way lO. Blonde, blue-eyed Phyl . . . talk- ative . . . a devoted Scot . . . will never forget good times with the class of '58 . . . enjoys winter sports . . . college next. J,MQf We flMM Diane Hope 93 East Lawn Drive Te-Hi News ll, l2. A creative talent in writing and dancing . , . fun to be with . . . loves rock 'n roll . . . college or a career in modeling follows. ff Wlmjwwi' W' i AAA WW Qu ,ff 31 if Lyn Elizabeth Hymes Jack llves Anthony Stephen Jackson 1456 Jefferson Street Class Cabinet ll: Girls League ll, l2g Hi-Way 123 Majorettes ll, 125 Twirling Club IO, ll, 12, Has a decided preference for dancing . . . a day-dreamer . . . friendly , . . will always remem- ber the Starlites and being chos- en as a maiorette . . . a winning personality. 76 Garden Street Blonde Jack . . . a Dixieland fan and collector . . . sharp man with a gun . . . star gazer , . . school spirit personified . . . likes working with cars . . . col- lege lies ahead. 41 27 Van Buren Avenue Choir lO, llg Chorus 123 Foot- ball 'lO. ' Tony . . . a terror at a stop- light . . . possesses decided re- ligious tenets . . . can spend money taster than he makes it . . . plans to attend college. tv-ftf',Q,W Alice Beryl Jacobs 642 Sunderland Road Choir 10, 11, 123 Class Cabinet 11, 123 French Club 11, 123 Hi- Way 10, 11, 12 tAssociate Edi- torl 3 Junior Classical League 105 Student Service 10, 11, 123 Te- Hi News 1O, 11 tCo-Exc. Edi- torl, 12 lCo-Feature Editorl. lndividualistic . . . musically and artistically endowed . . . intel- ligent and hard-working . . . a fine journalist . . . outspoken and philosophical . . . engages in cultural pursuits . . . college is ahead. 'iv' 'E' Q Of slender figure . . . a talented knitter . . . intelligent and friendly . . . a refreshing per- sonality . . . pretty co-captain of the maiorettes . . . an active, vivacious classmate . . . college ahead. .J Harriet Jendian Stasia Street 12: Home Arts Club 12: Club ll, 125 Teaneck 123 Te-Hi News 12. proficient at many . enjoys on the always selling if Wlsv Tom James 37 Lerome Place Tom admits he's very changeable . . . will always remember free- ing three pigeons during an as- sembly . . . an undiscovered sense of humor . . . future un- certain. 1 D. ' 0 db, Mir' tl' Judith A. Jerman Donald Jesuele Phyllis Jane Johnson 784 Salem Street 285 Gifford Place 2 Armory Place 78 State Judy . wonderful swimmer Jesz works on cars . . . drops a Girls League 113 Home Arts Club fun-l0Vl"lQ and fashion- few transmissionsbtoo I. . . water: 12. Leigjuestlufgerltl Z?nZZL5'iE'Spicaie Z?.E0'Sf5?f!"7'fef E'21'l3,?ig'.'.'7mZ'F2mZ1Z 7"?f'?ifis gfffacfive Phvlf-. -di bejyfifu' ' headed for Junior College. lad will enter the Air Force. C52 wie? flalergteglearl finial: S5122 vivacious Sandy g . . sincere' ing . . . also enjoyslsewing and driving . . . a business school will follow graduation. understanding, and talkative . . . has a warm and friendly smile. . . likes to read and swim . . . member of Stern's Teen Fashion Board . . . a future in teaching. lnprw 'WW fX Shella Jones Lynne ,, ll8l W Laurelton Parkway 1321 Hasfmgs Street Home Arts Club I2 Playcrafters Span1sh Club lO ll Te 1 News ll Class Cabmet l2 French Cute and et1te a terr1f1c Secrefawl D athlete attractlve brown pony tall 1nterest1 and Pres1dentl ters lO an amusxng next year Ill 9 Ron1 an excellent p1an1st h t a 1un1or college drlvlng IS a favor1te pas t1me enpoys budge and ten n1s good natured and fr1e dly college comes after gra atlon then a teachlng W car er Ruchard Kelhng Jr 478 Sagamore Avenue Rrch 1nterested 1n a1rplanes enpoys tennls and bowllng snncere and frlendly opt1m1st1c and helpful ture plans nnclude the Air Force lp, Lrg Cffz,-if D h Ar Leonard Phulnp Katz Well lO9l Trafalgar Street Leaders Lenny helpful and encour ag1ng a hard worker Do good sense of humor 1nter roll an s n ested 1n sports amnable and cere happy s1ncere headed toward col sense of humor f8VOYIfe ege act1v1t1es are s1ng1ng and danc nn a good 43 net IO Club l Student Coun Dark beauty class mlnded ass engnneered saccessful Jr Prom expert sw1mmer and dancer s1ncer1ty and warmth Teddy Bear owns DFIVBYE shoe collect1on Kantmwntx Loss Karlm H9 Edgemont Place Chermstry Club l2 F T A ll ague I l l2 crafters l I I2 Spanlsh Club Fr1endly Lo1s many actlv 1t1es a fme dancer COHSCIEHTIOUS student favors dr1v1ng and s1mply havmg fun wants to major an educatlon at college F Davnd Kelynack 608 Ramapo Road Dave good looks and sharp clothes a future member of the A1r Force sense of respons1b1l1ty mama for cars and dancnng ' fl, ' , tltnl , 7 f xf , - f 514' . r 15 14131 A . R b -A' Q, ' - A AD -11 lj . 11 ' 'V 1 1+ 1 ft l - 7' -A X . ,, fp lf K KV - g 1, X gf X 34: A 'La' Y 1 1 2 IO,ll: n 31 11, 1 ' - 10: '12 . 1 -H' 10, Vll, 1211 F.T ll .T.A. 1 , n ay , 12: 12: Girls Le I ', 'i', 'prayl ' '. -- f f It , 11. ' ' 10, 11, l2.' ' , f lrl?ll2. 'I' 1 '- T 'se " " 7.1 ,,,"'a ef 1, ,.. " ' I ' - .,. ' ' " ' V 4 ' ' l i ,fl lf 1 A V' ' f li .. aww fm A V A ...Nui f 4 J X Q 3 1, .,.- "' b 0. ' A J 7 S. 1 7-fc ' fy I lr: , ,fy f I X . f 0 . L 15:1 ss tl . ll ' 11, '12, ' 5 S' ' u C11 ll,l If I ' A . .' ' ' .4 ' Q. Vi o J nifty' Diva' iff up SY' Wil' W. K .Q a A. oug S 8 A'c enu9.- 67 'nc ce- ' 1 ay l Hi l ' ing T .X l rp ' U I W" . . lewood's ss, A gain . . dicate t is Nreligious . . :cally tal t . . . nj restling . ssesses ig al sense of or . . llege bound. ' 1' c YV Q' Loretta Korb 658 South Forest Drive Cheerleading lO, ll, 123 Class Cabinet llg French Club 12 lSecretaryI 3 Girls League lO, l23 Hi-Way lOg Playcrafters lO. Blonde Jan . . . neat and de- pendable . . . blue eyes . . . dotes on dancing and music . . . has ability for making lasting friends . . . future plans in- clude college. A+ Sandra Margaret Kirwan 805 Red Road Choir lO, Il, 123 F.T.A. 12: Hi-Way l2g Student Service llg Te-Hi News lO, l2. Sandra . . . a sunny smile for everyone . . . admits being too modest . . . her favorite pas- times are swimming and mak- 1 ing friends . . . plans to enter the teaching profession, ig l WK i t. i - i Q iw' .D ' J I 3' ., L ., " t -. - 1 ! 4 . ,, ' , fn- I . . Juana iier-akasiarg - L 5651 Waryllck Avenue Garisieagua ii, izg l-li-Wt5yll2: Playcrafters lO, 114, T25 Span- ish Club ii, lZ,g student cquncir , 3 'Fe'-Hi News Ll, 14.2. Vivacious Jggyg. full of"f,un ,I A.-. . an arid tr football fan T.-1 ,X en' s the theater Yi! o ' l05f ' -.-f' . D l3U"" lar girl . . . plans tan ,B teeclfing ---career. L 'V ', ' A-X 1 A. i I . roi if , .. 1 1 if Claudia Kramer 296 Edgewood Avenue Band lO, ll, l23 Library Coun- cil ll, l23 Orchestra l2. Academically outstanding , , . brown eyes, brown hair . . . plays the clarinet . . . inter- ested in modern and folk danc- ing . . . oh, that ponytail . . . tomorrow-college bound. fi?W Peter Knudsen 282 Briarcliffe Road Class Cabinet ll, l2 lVice Presi- dentlg Hi-Y ll, l2g Soccer ll, li? ago-Captainlg Varsity Club Blonde, blue-eyed Pete . . . a fine athlete . . . extremely ar- tistic and creative . . . an in- dependent person . . . plans to go to college after graduation. u ,I ,, if c ,fi li Steve Kqlitcyh' N, 622 chuyrrih Ritalin Personable Steve . . jet black hair . . . enjo s playing the accordion . . . sports lespecially basketball! are a favorite pas- l -X time . . . excellent promoter college is ahead. Elaine Andrea Krupp 285 Queens Court A weakness for iewelry . . . likes to dance . . . wild about Italian food . . . collects rock 'n roll X' records . . . plans to continue her vocal training. I 'il X it i. gliifs Theodore Kruse 70 Fairview Avenue Football lOg Rifle Club lO. Ted . . . likes to tinker with cars . . . favorite sports are hunting nd fishing . . . fine quality o sportsmanship . . . just plain ifriendly. O 4 it flpii . ,X Min, i D W jf rl Iwgvgwmoxgll T i Carol Anne Lamb 275 Ogden Avenue Class Cabinet ll, l2g Girls Lea- gue lO, ll, l2g Hi-Way ll, l2 lAdvertising Managerlg Student service lO, ll, l2g Tri-Hi-Y lO, Sunny disposition . . . sparkling personality . . . an entertaining miss . . . admires sincerity in all , . . a Merit Scholarship finalist . . . plans on college next fall. Peter Fred Larsen ll7 Van Buren Avenue Bowling lO, ll: Football lO, Rifle Club IO, l2. Pete . . . always willing to help others . . . his main interest is auto-mechanics . . . hunting is another of his pastimes . . , col- lege is included in his future plans. 45 Judith Lamm 208 Hamilton Road Judy . . . a considerate and true friend . . . a talented seams- tress, makes many of her own clothes . . . for the future she plans on a career in the busi- ness world. lx, 2 , ,'V.Z. M, , E V . ,,s, , Q 'Us- lg.. ' 494 ,- 'Jojnn Kuntzevich X tie Va Baskin! Road . choir io i :Eli us l2g,l-lo Arts Clhlgfl . oi ' me n I Jovial, elf-in Jo .i9. a definite ' preference for dancing . 4-. always a- warmkfrieqdlyclsmile . . . this perseverihg gal will head toward college. I Patricia M. Laamannen l9l Tryon Road Elojne Arts Club lO, Leaders tub lO, ll. Blonde, blue-eyed Pat . . . a friend to all . . . favors football games and riding in cars . . . witty remarks will long be re- mein ere by fellow classmates. Natalie E. Lampi 670 Palisade Avenue Nat . . . enjoys 'n roll records in that Ford . friendly personality . . eating Italian foods . . riage follows graduation. I f 1 9 'A 7 , hu my ,lr i','Uv,, ' ight t g., 4, .pa iwiw f pit, M - ' -"c- ' , -Margaret Rose Lau S4 Bedford Avenue Bowling Club IO lPresidentlg Cheerleader il, l2g Class Cabi- net ll, l2 lTreasurerl1 Girls League ll, l2g Leaders Club lO, ll lVice Presidentl, IZ, Student Council ll, l2. Marge . . . striking blonde hair and green eyes . . . active and lively . . . outstanding coordina- tion in all sports , . . favors boating and shooting . , . future plans include college. l John Walter Lauer 870 River Road Chemistry Club l2g Class Cabi- net l2p Electronics Club IO, ll: Physics Club l l 3 Student Service l2g Te-Hi News l2. Walt . a tasteful and meticulous . . . on the quiet side . . friendly and sincere dresser . . . conscientious and ambitious . . . plans on college, then an engineering career. X Angela La Viola 23 Fycke Lane Girls League 105 Horne Arts Club 123 Rifle Club 10. Petite Angie . . . enjoys hunt- ing and driving around . . . will never forget those three minutes to get to classes , . . a secre- tarial career lies ahead. Michael A. Lawn Lynda A. Lazarus Eleanor Ruth Levi 99 East Cedar Lane Biology Club 103 Class Cabinet 123 German Club 10, ll, 123 Physics Club llg Playcrafters lO, Student Service 10, ll. Good natured Ellie . . . enioys knitting, dancing, and playing the piano . . . likes to be with people . . . outstanding traits are friendliness and curiosity . . . college, then teaching. Steven Lefelt 658 Glenwood Avenue Class Cabinet 123 Football 10, 11, 123 Hi-Y 11, 125 Track 10, 123 Varsity Club 11, 12. Steve . . . black curly hair with that irritating lock hanging over his forehead . . . an amateur photographer . . . an accom- plished rock 'n roll artist . . . un tres bon accent. 2? ,!""w 222 Stuyvesant Road Bowling Club 1Og Cross Country 123 Physics Club 113 Radio Club 115 Track 10 lManagerl, 12. Mike . . . a true ham-radio that is . . . red saddle shoes . . . aspires to be an engineer . . . dark brown crewcut . . . a potentially great harrier. 649 Chestnut Avenue Lynn . . , a blonde newcomer to T.H.S .... a talented artist . . . possesses 'a sympathetic nature . . . a busy future will include work and night college. Barbara Lichtenberger 'RI' G. Kenneth Link 414 Forest Avenue 1151 Katherine Street 377 Ogden Avenue Nlusic-loving Sam rlists jazz as Home Arts Club 12. Football lO, '11, 123 Hi-Y21O, Qlsegpeiiaiativoritel tdiyrgti: sincerity and friendliness mark 11, 12, Varsity Club 11, 1 , Sport is basebajl' ' om to Barb . . , usually can be found Tall, handsome Ken . . . crew- College a ,aw cafes, ingfhe in her baby blue Ford . . . en- cut , . . shy and industrious future ' ' ' ' joys roller skating and ice skat- . . . dependable and trustworthy ' ing . . . a nursing career lies . . . a football enthusiast . . ahead. has a finger in most pies . . next fall will find him in col- lege. Norman Lrpack 65 Amsterdam Avenue Basketball lO The Llp Norm IS a good llttle man on the court so excels rn ace hockev was a Latln scholar before prema ture retrrement headed for Charles M Llpson llS Cranford Place seball Manager! IO ll Charlre a staunch flghter agaunst creeplng meatballlsm future chemist tells a cred: ble tall tale happy go lucky and frlendly on to college 329 Grlggs Avenue college A l' 6,009-1""SM .sew- .9"'f,ef Dorothy Lntwm 619 Sagamore Avenue Future Teachers of Amerlca ll I2 Glrls League l2 Lea ers ub IO Playcrafters ll r H Y 2 Sparkllng brown eyes and an Infectious smlle Dotty an excellent dancer wllllng to try anythnng once toys tennrs and football looklng forward to college 1' WLT' Rrchard Lowell 381 Sagamore Avenue otball IO l2 Studen Servxce IO Varslty Club ll I2 restllng lO l l Rlchle deflmtely sports mmded especrally un regard t football a sense of humor enjoys fushlng and swlm rmng a college career wants page -,S next fall 10 'N' I " 'lVpf"" X. Os Barbara Jane Lowenthal 631 Wyndham Road Hu Way l2 Latin Club IO Play Crafters IC ll I2 Soanlsh Club T 1 News Tr H1 Y Attractlve and charmmg dramatnc abllnty and musucal tal ent are among her assets tennls records and danclng rate highly college us next nn sight St Jay John Ludwrgsen Football IO ll Varsuty Club IO Ta Jay known for hrs brlght red halr masterful powers of Dersuasnon w always remember has teachers expects to enter college ln the fall 47 Louls C LoBeIlo 35 Tessen Street Louie modestly admits being the best cook In the cookmg class baseball fan favorlte pastime IS gurls career In buslness management to come A2,-5y5.,xf Robert Lukens 755 Catalpa Avenue Conservatuon Club I0 lPresn nfl l Frnendly Bob enjoys fnshmg and huntmg most fun to be wlth hockey ns a haghly rated sport wnth hum college ahead an A ' r . b ' I H Ba l , , l2. ' , I . . . al- Q ' ' A ,l U - 4 Q. ' A 4 A Q. Cai 42-Sf' a ' 1 U I . -I' sv.. . .'.' '.A . . .Z-'A 4 b ' l . en- In - F Ja - aw e I 'gszirl ' l I ' V l . ' l 4 - , " Y , R . ' 5' il F.- W? A F l Y,-. Q 71 ' 5 'T -lj K7 - ' ' x M 'J "' -l Q t s - S' ' if y , 5 , ll, 3 t . I ' t - , - , 5 ll. VY I V ' -llz' Il . . . ' ' ' 0 ill V " ,S "3 5 - - ' de 'll '- Ili 9-H- l2g l- '- . . , . lo, ll. , ' ' ' Harry Richard MacDonald 89 Maple Street Tall, blonde Sonny . . . good- natured and reliable . . . usu- ally subdued, but watch out for his temper . . . amusing jokester . . . into khaki after T.H.S. Patrick Mallory 258 Churchill Road Chemistry Club I2g Junior Class- ical League IO, Pat . . . easygoing and easy to get along with . . . can always be found around cars and dra races iand girlsl . . . coll next in sight. Edward A. Mach 9l4 Phelps Road Bowling Club IO, II, I2g Class Cabinet Il, IZ, Math Club l2g Physics Club II. Intelligence personified . . . con- scientious and friendly . . . Eddie enjoys dancing and baseball . . . has an amazing ability for men- tal mathematics . . . active in political youth movements. Joan Manahan - 7 l 5 Suffern Road Virginia Phyllis Mahde 496 West Englewood Avenue Choir IOQ F.T.A. IO, II lPresi- dentl, I2 tPresidentl Q Girls Lea- gue Ilg Hi-Way IZQ Student Council I23 Student Service IO, Il, IZQ Tri-Hi-Y II, I2. Tall, slender Ginni . . . intelli- gent and friendly . . . popular music, sewing and knitting ap- peal to this gal . . . delights in conversations . . . looks forward to a teaching career. Robert E. Maiocchi I7 Hamilton Road Baseball enthusiast . . . Bob . . . has a special fondness for T.H.S. lettuce sandwiches . , . brown- eyed, friendly, and happy-go- lucky . . . will answer Uncle Sam's call. A f s' -f'. "5 . it N y sslcgtftig i l Q, i .ie e K fw rflri R , 2 .',- ' E I ,, P i ,I fbi! 9 TA el Chemistiy Zi F. . . , I I ice P Junior Lea , i- ni, I23'L Club IOPJI, 23 Libra uncil IO lPresi- tl Presidentl, I2 lPresi- dent Student Service IO, II Q-Ha News io, ii, 12, Tri- -gfwr no ii iz I Quo ' lx ' , , . 1 .. 3 3 k -M ' Joan . . . conscientious and in- telligent . . . always' of DCD . . . diligent w . . , It ' excels i . . . ans to b Q B. ' educa ' teacher. f s ,f R- Howard Mann 809 Winthrop Road Baseball IO, II, IZ, Chemistry Club IZ: Class Cabinet llg Hi- Y IZ, Student Council IO, ll, I2 iPresidentlg Varsity Club IO, ll, IZ. A swell guy . . . college bound Howie . . . likes to see plays and read lfrom notesl , . . good sense of humor . , . a versatile athlete . . . law is a possibility. e . I Q ! . f . H, Sandra Lee Maras 7I5 Linden Avenue Art Service Squad IZ, Girls Lea- gue IZQ Home Arts Club IO, IZQ Student Service IO, II, I2. 'Lively Sandy . . . always cheer- ful and ready to help . . . thinks Count Basie is terrific . . . an outstanding swimmer . . . a per- petual smile , . . a future nurse. 5 f . ic' , J WW lx lsa e :Agia Marks " 1. ' ' - . 4 ' jggfirgayson Pl ' WW tiff: J - .gjf I, gf . I-1- A 6 . lx I ful lj fgbffik' iastic per. nallt ipgfgl X yx V V f ' ' I 'W dx preciates Zfod . . talented " .fy tiifrlj Lffifli So aueh' wond Lugo f -YV! l -I' I ' . dent l e U ' . - ,J . 1 J ,i - Uwe . UUE 'S 5 If c .jf 0 , f ' A QL GW? J Z V LQLJLZ ' fi' v bl ll lllfflj Md! ' I fl A .XXqQa.4qXff K X y, . .-L ' lOC2?Jfff.f . !,s,,5L 5 E 2 tw wx P' lt C ffmsfizvx X l Qi J lm Matera - X if l 0 1 'VI N 27 Bilton Street Ml Tig Johnny , . . likes 'to work with V V S cars.. . . football. is his favorite ' ' i XV pastime . . . this six-footer is X,f known for his helpfulness . . . a future carpenter. wiw idffr W Jane Mascolo 42 Edgemont Place 125 F.T,A. ll, 123 Hi-W W'-. WPC , Lf ,-fr' Janie . . . intelligent and soft- spoken . . , conscientious, con- fl siderate and sweet . . . not an enemy in the world . . . rates I reading and music highly . . . college and teaching on the YTIOYFOW. Virginia Alice Mayer 8l Midwood Road Art Service Squad lO, ll iVice President, l2g Cheerleading ll, 123 Choir lO3 Class Cabinet ll, l2g French Club lOg Girls Lea- gue lO, ll, I2 lPresi5lentl3 Playcrafters lO, ll, l2g Student Council lO, lip Student Service lO, ll, l2. Enthusiastic Ginny . . . serve' on Stern's Teen Fashion Board . . . tremendous school spirit . , . enioys dancing and window Choir lO, ll, l23 Class Cabinet ay ll, 123 Junior Classical League 103 Student Service lO, ll, l2 V. i7:fl Ronnie friendly smile shopping . . , artistic talent 50ClallY - ' - augments chances of success as felled 5909 - - - a fashion illustrator. can - ' - p'e59"ll'Y- college. wi. Club lO, ll, 12. Camille C. Mazzarella lOl Hillside Avenue Home Arts Club l2g Leaders Cam . . . cooking, basketball, and hockey are among her fa- vorite activities . . . helpful and good-natured . . , treasures many lasting friendships . . . bound for teaching college. Alan Graham McAllister 464 West Englewood Avenue Chemistry Club l21 Rifle Club ll, 12: Sound Crew lO, ll, An avid model railroading en- thusiast . . . a talent for non- Seme "lWmes . . . not afraid of hard work . . . admits being stubborn . . . college in the future. Beryl Maurer l4 Voorhees Street Club IO lPresidentl, ll Chemistry Club l2: l, l2Q Library ll iSecretaryJ 123 rown-haired Sue . . .. science-minded . , . likes to Tall, b curl up athletic become search, with a good book . . . and ambitious . . . to a Doctor of Medical Re- ivx 'xv I 2 11" Enleen J McArdle 167 Oakdene Avenue Grrls League ll Student Coun Lll Magoo has a smlle and a word for everyone compllshed cook as a ter rrtlc sense of humor w make a wonderful nurse Jnm McCall 298 Fabry Terrace Jlmmy loves cars ver friendly and slncere enjoys bulldlng model planes baseball tan also funds time to read good books a future auto mechanic Charles McEwen 364 Blllnngton Road Tall blue eyed Chuck fnrst rate auto mechanic gets along well with everyone wlll enter the servlce after graduation Carole McGrath 783 Salem Street Chour ll Gurls League 12 Pay Crafters I2 Gmger known for her flam :ng red halr enjoys talking and drlvung an enthuslastlc fan of sports car races some boss wlll get a dynamlc secretary Vargmna Arlene McGregor 82 Jasper Avenue Cass Cablnet ll l2 Stu ent rvlce lO Consclentlous and cooperative cute always ready to have fun qulet yet eff: cnent secretarual work Iles ahead for thus sweet mlss 592 West Chemnstry Club l2 Home Arts ub I2 Leaders Club lO Cross Club IO ll Tall blue eyed Helen members all the nice klds she has met ln school popular muslc and Ice skatmg rate a future nurse ,VX Eugene M McNally Avenue J 167 Walnut Street Gene a great sense of hu mor a mathematical mund tune rock n roll voice llkes athletlcs especlally basket ba come September he wall be In college Mmam Ann Meglbow 586 Sunderland Road Class Cabunet l2 Glrls League a l2 r ters lO l Spanlsh u Mummy petlte bombshell energetic un lovlng and talkatnve llkes to give advlce known to be a careful and serlous druver college after graduatlon Juduth M Mehrhof l45 Johnson Avenue hernlstry Club l2 Cholr IO T H Y Judy a gurl spurred on by ceaseless energy keen sense of humor knlttlng and chat tlng on the phone are favorite pastnmes teachlng In the future Charles W Menster 666 Kent Avenue Bowllng Club 10 11 12 Chem nstry Club 12 Rjfle Club 12 Charlle favors sw1mm1ng fushjng and other outdoor sports quuet personallty s ljkes crowds also enjoys bowlung plans to major 1n chemjstry nn college 1. Robm Banheld Mercer 360 Shermarf Awqwe Clase Cab1net 11 12 Gnrls Lea e 10 Fuendly Robm an accom plushed seamstress chernshes her many frnendshlps l1kes to keep busy a peculjar but cu accent midwest ern col ege next Barbara Sandra Meyer 34 Mjnell Place C ss Cab1net 12 FTA 10 11 lH1stor1anl H1 Way 10 12 Student Councjl 11 12 Stu nt SOFVICE 1O 11 2 Te ws 10 11 Red haured Barb: can often be seen drjvmg around town 'frnendly and hkeable a real Teaneck football fan enjoys a good joke a future teacher Ben Meyer 1339 Queen Anne Road Electronlcs Club 11 12 Student SSVVICC 12 Barry electronuc t1nker1ng IS a favor1te past1rne a ter rnfnc sense of humor and a great personahty a technncal school wnll follow graduahon C' Lmda Sue Meyer 654 Sunderland Road Art Servlce Squad 10 ll lPres1 entl 12 lPres1dent5 Cass Ca :net 11 French Club 12 Gurls League 10 11 H1 Way 12 Playcrafters 10 11 12 Stud t S v1ce11 Te H1 News 10 ll One of our best 8YfISfS joys swlmrmng and readlng tuny and energetlc blondlsh hair a career rn commercjal Patricia Irene Meyer 80 Garden Street Class Cabjnet ll 12 Leaders ub 10 ed Cross 10 lSecretaryl Spamsh Club 10 12 Stude erv1ce 11 H1 Y 10 1 a a sunny smule dependable and COODSYBTIVE a good Ice skater enjoys lustemng to pop musnc plans a career nn secretanal work Edward H Muller, Jr 844 Grange Road B seball IO 11 I2 Basketball 12 Class Cablnet 11 Y O 12 Soccer 12 u dent Counc1l 11 lVlC6 r ntl YSIYY Club 10 ll Buddy an outstandmg ath ete easygomg and sjncere enjoys fjshlng lfor blondes! popular and 1ntell1gent unwarranted pesslmlsm lespe clally about rnarksl rates highly 'gee '25 'Cf art wnll follow college Howard Muller 1108 Magnolla Road Gregorjous Howne and drnvlng has car are two hns favorute past1mes hard workung lad plans to go to the servlce after hugh school Xr can puck hrs college sv' bb Jknchard Alan Maller 534 Or1tan1 Place Duck an award wmner 1n the New York YMCA be clanmed by Central Chrnstuan College next fall enjoys swjmmjng remembers the djfference he ncountercd chang mg schools 'it QNCX I . 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I -N ' Theodore I Millstein 618 Sagamore Avenue Basketball IO Chemistry Club I2 Spanish Club I2 Varsity Club I2 Neat Ted a good athlete with a winning personality a talented basketball player a good sense of humor co lege lies ahead P Anthony M isurelly 286 Vandelinda Avenue Tony let black hair prides in being well dressed enioys driving his Ford will never forget the great times had in T H S a future hair stylist S Charles B Murphy 80 Sherwood Avenue Football IO II Varsity Club II Called Murph or Chuck stylish and 'sharp dresser drives around town listening to the latest releases probably college in the future P Mary Jane Molinaro 432 Division Street Little Emo a great baseball an a talent for making people feel at ease likes to draw secretarial school or modeling school next Robert W Muller 965 Alpine Drive Bowling Club Il Rifle Club I2 Blonde Bob lazy but happy go lucky and obligmg John Neuner 527 Marion Street Likeable Johnny . . . enjoys cus- tomizing his Chevy . . . working takes up much of his spare time . . . a baseball fan . . . engin- eering college is next. seems inclined toward archltec ture . . . plans to join the Alr Corps in the immediate future Alan Musicant 163 Selvage Avenue . . . iet black hair and green cycs . . . comical and fun-loving . . , likes to drive and tinker with cars . . . plans to be a mortician. Elizabeth F. Nelson 655 Linden Avenue Class Cabinet IZ: Girls League IO, IZQ Student Council IO, II. Blond Betty i. . . personality plus . . . known for her cheery smile and sunny disposition . . . a wonderful dancer . . . affinity for the Navy . . . secretarial school next. ,f xt NQAR4 ag AN ny J sem, E Nalssp' 325 Herrlck Av G s League 10 11 Bl . . I Tw 5 Club 10 Blonde blue eyed Bets many fruends and neat swnmmer lnear Vlllanoval n JA N, N ffo 041 NV 5.9 -INA-r busl X 2 Juduth Noble 148 Oakdene Avenue all udn easy to place IH a crowd fine taste In In ruor decoratlon witty mments and a slncere manner after graduatlon co es a Barbara Helen Norenka 594 Kipp Street Fun lovlng Bobbi a great sense of humor and a beautuful slnglng voice frnendly and understanding enjoys dancmg and :ce skatmg college In the future DOSSGSSES s ',,w9' H .1199 cx if X f sl , 33" J r X . Q X , kJ I Ax., 1' x' .1 . 6' f 'xx 'J A url , gM4Les ' Y -11, 12: Tr'-H'-Y IO, I g irl- 'HQ ,-11, 12. 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I A .11. v ' v - . . 53 ' Richard V Norolan 1080 Summlt Avenue Electronics Club 10 Football 10 11 12 Physics Club 11 Wres ng 10 A husky football player azy but works for Mr Gunner perfectuonlst mechanlcally mcluned an all around per son a ham radlo enthuslast Kathleen Mane 0 Renlly 45 Oa kdene Avenue Class Cablnet 11 12 Gnrls Lea gue 10 12 Home Arts Club 11 T H S s own vlvacnous lrlsh plxle an avud football fan and sports enthusiast creative abnllty a job well done marks Kathys efforts Joseph Nublle 388 Woodbine Street An enthusiastic football fan a sincere and dependable person a hard worker possesses a very good memory s plans for the future are certain 1697 Ardsley Court our 11 12 Glrls League 12 Home Arts Club IO Play crafters 11 12 Te HI News 12 Ra Ing hghly on h r list of enyoyments IS Frank Sinatra a good cook an accomplished seamstress secretarlal school after graduatlon Betsy Ostlen 520 Teaneck Road Leaders Club ll 12 Blonde blue eyed Betsy fond of playlng the plano a basketball star a lively sense of humor and a magnetnc personalrty a nursing Career IS ahead Lorame Ohs 1008 Windsor Road Band 10 11 12 Orches ra 11 12 Student Servlce 1O Lora musncally accompllshed a reldy smnle energetic and cheerful an excellent shot wlth a gun a good organnzer college bound Anthony Ottomano 5 Maple Street Tony . 4 , an outdoor man 4 . . enjoys fishing and hunting 4 . . expert rna'ksr'nan . . . a whiz at fixing cars . . . cheerful per- sonality . . , this 5'7"er is a weight lifter . . . college next. Judith Panzirer l92 West Englewood Avenue Attractive and dark-haired Judy 4 . . an expert ice skater . . . enioys spending time shopping for clothes , , . a career as a secretary will follow graduation. 'I William Pashe i8 Fairview Avenue Baseball lO, il, l2g Basketball lO, ll, l2g Class Cabinet ll iVice Presidentlg Football lO, ll, i2 lCo-Captainlg Varsity Club lO, ll, 12 lVice Presidentl. Athletic Bill 4 . . has proven his merit in all fields . 4 . happy- go-lucky . . . versatile and capable . . 4 difficult to dis- like . . . college is ahead4 U Carol E. Owen 509 Tilden Avenue Girls League ll, l2g Hi-Way l21 Student Council ll, l2g Tri-Hi-Y il, i2 lHlSTOVIBV1l, Short, dark hair , 4 . cute and sweet. . . ice skating and listen- ing to pop music are favorite pastimes . . 4 plans to enter col- lege . , , a future teacher. 3'--.X ,fxj V Ji l ight N it 'jif lfiiddwiiifxg' iff' ,.fS0"A I Lf J gf Stephen R. Patrouch 296 Lindberg Boulevard Friendly, six-foot Steve . 4 .hill- billy and rock 'n roll fan . . . appreciates food, girls, food . , . will never forget mechanical drawing ll . . . college or the Air Force in future. .f,.on to junior K, V 54 4 iJoyce Lynn Owen K 38 Blauvelt Street Girls League lO, ll, l2g Play- crafters IO: Tri-Hi-Y lO, ll, IZ. a little girl . 4 . has a . . . likes to . headed for Amiable Joyce . 4 , with a big heart smile for everyone talk and drive . . a career in fashion. 'S-1. ' . .X '55 9 Robert Allen Pearce 653 River Road Wrestling lO4 Friendly Bob . . . well coordi- nated athlete . 4 . likes country western music . . . a skilled rider and riding instructor . . . yillldenter the animal husbandry ie . Ar Elizabeth Petlack 638 Forest Avenue Student Service ll, l2, Liz . , . sparkling personality career will follow graduation, , , Cypfhiylynry - 7go'gmge rzaadf ' Girls Leagifre ' args! Clubgl, llx: R T JswStu- ! dent o -1 - i '2- MQQTY i , ii, ifz. S W 4 V , K .V , , anvv- -libdiy attitidg . j, ind A595 ery cheefful persw . aiing gfv6'sy.'imr2i2d are arnon h r favorit pasti s . . . to bfeapb a secrjtlry. 1 L 4a Richard Rotiert Pforr ' , 92 Oak Street Mechanical-minded Dick . ,. '. likes to spend his free. time working on his car , . . a friendly A great . . . weakness lies in buying likes. to clothes . . . an avid fan of considera calypso music . . . a secretarial football friends art teacher. v fi 1' Linda Grace Pike 98 Cherry Lane Library Council l23 Tri-Hi-Y l2. Newcomer . . . possesses charm and southern hospitality . . . likes reading and tennis . . . a good cook . . . one of our prettiest seniors. . X X' X' -X1s,,.f" Kd? i J L "' I Mal7ilyqVMi'rgar t e ' I if K s? 1-455 -1 V' j " .Je " -Nt ServicefS ad i '-Ae xx ters 'l'l,,lg'T" " - K - l A ' Qttlsz'-lg P ,aff NL . " ' X, Xa., Y eau: W N ifx ...J W:-j.,-ylprxv it x-LJSSZOQ M731 I r in X, Marjorie Arlene Piper 653 Linenden Avenue Art Service Squad l2g Class Cabi- net l23 F.T.A, ll: Girls League ' ig Horne Arts Club llg Stu- dent Service lO, ll, l2. Quiet, but friendly Margie . . . an avid football fan . . . plans to become a teacher after col- lege . . . characterized by hon- esty, modesty, and a cheerful disposition. -"" ' f career. - L M personaiity , , . plans on attendi- ing college next fall. A . vigil X - Qggwgw y 34 in 4 J W AA l ' ful' .AJ r. . VL - A 5 Wi 'J .L K, -J 'NL' , . , 1 KV ,Q , Rf' 1 I - J rrvrf 'VL . i ,I r I - - J V I , lr ' Ln i F 7 . . -ik' X 5 " .1 . Jr ' DL i , i Joan- Porreca 530 Chestnut Avenue Fun-loving Joan . . . a bowling enthusiast , . , swimming is an- other sport which appeals to her . . . her plans include a future career as a secretary. Roger Posin l225 Trafalgar Street German Club IO Physics Club ll Student Service I2 Rog possesses an unusual personality an excellent golfer a capable speaker noted for neatness and on esty college bound next fall Gerald Poss 63 Herrick Avenue B seball ll I2 Basketball O Class Cabinet ll I2 Rifle Club IO Soccer ll I2 Student Serv T Hi News I2 rsity Club IO ll Tall and dark plenty of com on sense always friendly and willing to help others Jerry is likely to make and keep many new friends in college Harnet Diane Posner 707 Linden Avenue A 2 Girls League ll Way I2 Home Arts Club I0 Su ent Service IO Il I2 Lively and cheerful Harriet friendly and easy to get along with favors ice skating and knitting an enthusiastic worker future elementary school teacher Christine Price 844 Queen Anne Road Band I2 Quiet and unassuming one of our more talented musicians an inquisitive serious nature finds diversion in skating and writing will continue music studies ,yew Anthony R. Ragazxo 575 Teaneck Road seball IO II . Sports-loving Tony . . . black hair . . . likes to fool around with cars . . , always ready with a laugh . . . college ahead . . . a mechanical engineering career in the future. Otto G Rapp Jr 265 Schley Place Pepper . . . his special talent lies in cars . . . possessor of a won- derful sense of humor along with a great personality . . . his future contains a career in farming. 55311 7 A f, .- 27 . 4, fi. 3 'X -- Ellen Ratner -.- 'xg '-. '-. '-. ' . x "-.. '- 'H .Ax s. x K. .tx L c-xr x -. -. "- 'f E ., . .1 -, 5 1 U--E,'iFf'mze!ii"'f'1i2Afc2, 4 ' V . ' Cabinetw , - F. . mi, K W C? G5 it .3 2 ygzf ters 3 , 3 panis Aff , u , - smd C uncii ii, if ,,, 123 StudQr1Q'L 4Xc4,l, 12. 'mf I . , 4 L' - een-eyed' adi . . 3 3 X'-X-,L Q7 x A ng to pitch in and help . . Fmt X .fluff r -Junior Prom ' ' " ,-.gf-Q decor a onderful CL If' k of hum6r"and girl DEP -i ff r'4Z3QZT,' Q willmake affine each C X, M K f tgjxlxf X 'C,Q,fl:fiZ, if Ll ' gqigffl' ff' f I sg ' Q. L f fa of Nfl to ft f is - . , U y 0, gf , , V . I . r f l 1 uflggncf ,I " ' K 1 rf . M ' C C t -,fmx ' Y. ' fb.. . . . Wsbse-as ' Lmda Diane Richman "N- l flvyn, K . Wy, L V Ii 4 Mlfzff U Cynthia Nlynne Reich 1 E 1310 Wel1ington,'Avenue Girls League 12: Home Arts Club 125 .l,C.L. 1OL.PlayCraf'l'e1'S 122 Teaneclc Speakers 11. ' ' Virtuoso of the black and whites . . . Cindy, oh Cindy . . . fond- ness for sincerity . . . amiable and personable . . . dancing demoiselle . . . wit . . . ree calls football games . . . College bound. Angela 82 Walraven Drive Home Arts Club 12. 'Attractive Angie . . . listening to records takes up much of her spare time . . . plans to go to secretarial school soon after graduation. 692 Camperdown Road Art Service Squad 10, 12, Girls League llQ Hi-Way 113 Student Gouncil 11, 12, Student Service 11, 12. As soft spoken and sweet as they come . . . Linni enjoys swimming and Broadway shows . . . a talented artist . . . willing to help . . . competent . . . college is next. -Q 'W 'sq 'Ji' bw. fs '44 X Nfl Kc, '-. XX 'ss 'Qi 'C -1 N 5, NE'-..x1s2x, Q. -B 31,31 ' ,Q J-QW' V' ffk ,f,,Zlf3f"v 1' ,LN we If li-iq' , fL W2 A Q'- ' 'Pr ' .J-2 ff C' . V, I .Aff .,., , f., 1 Lv lijcfif ex ca, ,,, fit' 1 1179 . .Lf my . L Q ' Rujjhui. Robertson LI r 'LXISOI Maple Avenue Q fiunior Classical League 10: Leaders Club 10, 11, 125 Stu- dent Council 11 3 Student Service 10, 11, 12: Teaneck Speakers 114 Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11, 12. Conscientious and persevering . . . enjoys sports, especially watching football games . . . sets high goals for herself . . . plans on college, followed by a nursing career. 1, Helene Ann Rod 605 Cumberland Avenue Girls League 10, 11, 123 Hi-Way 123 Maiorette ll, 12, Playcraf- ters 10, 11, 123 Spanish Club 10, 11 lSecretary1, l2Q Te-Hi News 10, Twirling Club 10, 11, 12. Cute twirler . , . recognized by her I-o-n-g brown pony tail . . . enjoys dancing and tennis . . . looks for sincerity in others . . . admires boys who dress colleg- iately . . . college next. , , Barbara Susan Roffrnan 580 Standish Road Choir 10: Class Cabinet 11, 123 French Club 10: Hi-Way 11, 123 Playcrafters 11, 123 Spanish Club 11, 12, Student Council 10, 11, 12, Student Service 10, 11,123Te-Hi News 1O. Roffie . , , cute and dark-haired . . . play enthusiast . . . pizza lover from way back . . . fun- loving and vivacious . . . college ahead. ""1fNSfa 'ks 3 -9 13 ry Rosalie Rofrano V .15 DeGraw Avenue F,T,A. 12, Girl League iz: Hi- way 123 Leadgs club 1-Qglked glgoss 123 Student Servlc' 11, ' x. Ro , . Ei big brown Gydsgand a readzg smile .. . . an ardent Yan e fan .l.'. loves music and dancing . . . th .teaching Xnrofession is her next ndeavor, if 1 xl X xc H. David Rosenbloom 628 Palisade Avenue Cross Country 11, 123 French Club 11, 12: l-li-Way 12 lCo- Literary Editorli Hi-Y 11, 125 Rifle Club 103 Te-Hi News 12: Track 103 Varsity Club 11, 12. Cosmopolitan Dave . . . Neitz- sche's protege . . . caustic sense of humor . . . Shubert Alley, his second home , 4 . the indi- vidual's individual . . . claims Darrow as his idol . . . college, Diane D. Rose 567 Wyndham Road Chorus 123 Girls League 103 Leaders Club 1O. Long brown hair and a friendly disposition . . . musically in- clined . . . sports take up much of her time . . . an enthusiastic party goer . . . junior college is next. followed by the legal profession. e R , 56 Werner Place Cross Country lO, 11, 121 Hi- Way 12 lAssociate Editorlg Stu- Wdent Servicelll, 123 Track 1O, 11, 123 Varsity Club ll, 12. Friendly , . . fun to have around , . . curly auburn hair . . , good sense of humor , . . hard worker with divers interests , . . dines in the 127 . . . expert dart thrower. Stephen Roth 642 Tilden Avenue 103 Bowling Club 4 Club 122 Physics k. Steve . , . fine basketball player . , . keen observer of people . . . snappy dresser . , , sports minded , . , smooth dancer , . . fond of good music . . . future Frank Lloyd Wright. 58 Tall ble creative and writing . . lass. Paul Rothman 145 Golf Court Cross Country 1O, ll, 12 lCo- Captainlg Hi-Y 121 Physics Club ll 1Presidentl3 Student Council 123 Student Service IO, 11, 121 Te-Hi News 121 Tennis 1O 11, T23 Varsity Club 11, 12. Outstanding in all athletics, but especially tennis . , , would like to see us beat Ridgewood, just once . . , quiet and modest . . . intelligence will make him a sure college success, Rosalind Gail Royner 811 Barbara Drive Class Cabinet ll, 123 French Club 11, 12: F.T.A. 111 Girls League 10, 11: Hi-Way 11, 12 'Assistant Circulation Editorl 3 Playcrafters 10, 11 3 Student Council 11, 123 Student Service 10, 11, 12. Personable Roz . . . lists records, swimming, and eating as favor- ite pastimes . . . talented at the keyboard . . . plans on college and teaching in the future. J David Rueger 103 East Cedar Lane wlnng Club 10 11 121 dentl l 1 J Patstma Ann Rudd tl M9919 RUdI9el' 169 Gr1ggs Avenue v Class Ca met 11 Girls L ilque 1 aycrsfters I at the url wlth tht crefw cu vlvac us and fun lovlhg always chewmg away lnto the buslness word news 1 an alrllne hostess 1 86 Park Avenue Art Service Squad 12 Beneath a shy exterlor lnes a warm and smcere personalnty possesses a unnque German lccent artlstlca1ly lnclnned plans to enter the desngn lng fneld Davie a friendly dlsposstxon very easy goeng adept at consumlng food enpoys bowlrng and football m 1 tary service comes after gradu SfIOI'1 8 Alan Sacks 1112 Wlndsor Road Hu Way 12 1Photography Edutor1 an ever ready grun known to all as a really nice guy a true Dodger fan 1Brook yn going to college next ,KC 'mg gette- wzfleye Weenie .1 Home 1 XZ 1 1 555 1 xl 'N Stuart Sarbone 12OO Emerson Avenue Student Servlce 11 YX10 X, nl so xxl X bs' fXX.l 1 'NX Q X J X X3 xl Sllxlgv ings Glona Anne Santanello 297 Queens Court Glo short but full of pep talkatlve has a weak ness for convertlbles looking forward to a secretarlal career and a MRS degree Modest Stu friendly out go mg personalnty great musl clan and entertainer snappy dresser gives a great Derformance guaranteed success In college E Karen Sather 134 Munell Place Band 10 11 12 Orchestra 10 11 12 Student Servlce 10 11 12 Te Hu News 10 11 12 Consclentlous and smcere Karen a born musncuan plays the flute and plano pos sesses a brullnant mmd and strong relnglous convnctuons college In the future 1 -' Lllw l 11 S at 1 , ' Nl I 1 : '- y lil tllllt wlllll ull -l -1 ily 1. . . of 1 1+ - .1 1 'iw to rf 'Lib 1-117 lp . , ,V', Q Y I-'A X 1 ' xi , .'xo,1zgllil 1 lo,-1.1. ,Q ' ' I f A f'+ii.'- 11, 1 -HB3 ' at f-- -1-1 " ' - .. 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K 1 1 f Kathenne Saunders 937 Country Club Drlve Class Cabrnet 11 ,lunlor Class Chow 12 lcal League 1O Leaders Club 10 Home Art l tSecretaryl 12 Stu ent Red Cross eakers 11 T H1Y 1277 1H1sfonan1 12 1v1cePres1aen11 A Cute blonde fwlef and slncere warm and frlendly 1 an excellent athlete personallty possesses muslcal representatrve to Grrls State talent the future holds a bundle of energy and Pep career as a secretary wonderful sense of humor college career BWBITS her C ,N Jack t' Avenue Cross 12 I an agerl Physlcs P rafters Exceptlonally w ldressed S casm IS h last leg of defeated w1t lwhlch he IS notl a flarr for dramatlcs college ahead X Richard Scheldecker 62 Hlllslde Avenue Bowllng Club 11 Electron1cs Clu 10 ll Sound Crew lO on cars remembers Mr Pepperllngs class llkes to play pool mechanlcally mrnded perseverlng future may Include college Russell Sclnefelbem 185 Lrberty Road Russ remembers elghth grade homeroom loves loud clothes prefers g1rls money cars lm that orderl s1ncere SfflVES for honesty thls tall sllm semor has many frlends Robert R Schull 569 Tllden Avenue Wrestling 10 Easy QOIHQ Bob possesses a talent for danclng ha a deep lnterest ln cars enyoys basketball plans to 1o1n the Alr Force Marlene Sclummel 867 Que Anne Road Home Ats Club 12 Leaders Club 12 Schultzy slncerlty and frlendllness are two of her per sonal tralts a talented artist enjoys danclng and swlm mlng looklng forward to college Elame Schlam 72 Walraven Drlve FTA l1 12 Playcrafters 11, 12 Spannsh Club 11. 12 Schlammy known to many by her squeaky VOICS and re soundung laugh always happy one of the orlglnal pmes a pleaslng way wnth people 60 Brenda Ruth Sclmapp 108 Schoonmaker Road Art SEYVIC6 Squad 11, 12, Chorus 12 Glrls League 10 11, 12, H1 Way 12, Teaneck Speakers ll, 12, Playcrafters 10, ll, 12, Te H1 News ll, 12 Llvely Bren actlve In T H S productlons loves people and fun her hobbles 1nclude flgure skatlng, palntlng, and dramatucs college awanfs thus semor 'X K , Ot I l ' ' L Z, C E Xa 1-1 1 ' X L pil 1' lx. V Q.. tl l' 1 ,, ,, Q nl vi N i . 4 X - . .fxl . . . I , . I ' 9 ' - ' 1 1. 12: 10, M - ' Q ' ' 5 d , s lg 123 I l-Y 122 b , 5 . 1 , g T Y 1, ' 11 g 1 . . Service 10. ll, 12: Teaneck 12. 105 student ,serviced L B'Ue-Wed Rlfh e"l0YS Wofkmg Sp' I 5 rli '- 10,11 . , 'gf , - , - ' ' ' , . . ' ' ' ' 'A ar ' e l . a g . . . ' ' ' ' U .ifs ' ' ' ' . r 3 ' A ' ' ' - 'I ' '. . . s . . . ' ' Lynne Evelyn Schneeloch Nancy Marcia Schroeder Ellame Car S 956 Pallsade Avenue Class Cabmet l2 Girls O ll I2 Playcraftersl dent Councxl 12 Trl H1 26O4R tland Avenue 249 Merflg eg Kltten enjo bowllng and lzst ords especlall p t Latnn American danc very friendly with an OD stlc out look on llfe future holds college rllng Club 12 Nan loves rlendly and fun joys llstennng to on c a position rs g wants her CWM Tlny with always enloys N L r elle N All '1 Segal V4 i Lg I Trafalgar Street New Amlable dark eye Ellle ln mama a true frlend a llvely sense graduallon f humor ntelllgence and 1 xl snncerlty Latxn scholar Uxlx .NN a passlon for sweaters md Q wonderful hostess 4 'WJ J S kloit lZmScQ qfo 144' fm -'Ulm self! Walham A Shagner 865 Prince Street Bowling Club l2 Junior wall argue on subyect an abuluty to eat bowllng IS a favorite pas tame wall enter the servnce after graduatlon l77 Hnllslde Avenue Math Club l2 Varslty Club l2 estllng lO ll any A man about town character nzed by red halr frlendly an accomplished swlm mer a busy future will ID clude college and the Navy Schwartz 954 East Lawn Drive Bnology Club lO Chemistry Club rman Cl b lO Physics Club ll Playcrafters IO Cross lO ll 12 lrsl dentl Service modesty smcerlty and Intelligence characterlze Sybul an accompllshed muslclan and dress maker wlll always remember pep assemblies college comes next fall Ann Seuss 593 Teaneck Road HI Wal' l2 V y Lllll n a talented 5 seamstress all the qualltles COUVY for a first rate wlfe enjoys roller skatnng understand ge wall follow f s .. t so N . L , If i 5 A - N . T . ' 1 ' if e 10, ll, 123 Hi- - , , , ' da - , 4 5 - l, , :A I A A " "j' 'I " . ' , ' V g tec- l21IGe u , ll, l23 1 ' ' 1 . . . 3 ' ' ll- . - , 1 'fl'-'A - j j ' Red ,' , Pe': a A A 1 . . . lng ' I.. e ' 3 l Cnll 1- ,l l A. i A wwf, 3 ?L l t ' , olive " l,.',y,: itll- fl ' 5 J ull' V jf,- , 1 y Y -- s-4 ' '51 1 .VN - an ly -'7 X ,' ' I' I yi, 3 y LCV, . 5 I f .H. . Kyo 12' 11: 1 1 ".nV"An ' :T V S - ' ... - A. 5 - , . d ' ... 'Q - ' ' ' -'jffllifsu Q ' Q , ,..a . , ' N N Q V wb , f I 5 ' .J-I vxl H Er- l I ' h t , ,- ' f 4 L' gl fl C 5 J - o fu J 'l C lo - ..-f .- yi - r . fd! i I 4' - r , l . - l s ' A af , Bm... U"- Paul Shaktman 220 lrvIngton Road Happy go lucky and mIschIevous lIkes to fool around Wlfh cars optImIstIc loves partIes and good txmes Ikes to kId around Gunter Slemsen 52l PalIsade Avenue German Club I2 Student SGFVICE Tall Gun quIet and modest blonde haIr and baby blue eyes enjoys all kInds of team sports a relIable, tnendly person headed for college M1 417 Zu Lane Class Cabmet II I2 Leaders ub I0 I I2 1PresIden Re Cross II I2 Charactenzed by a constant smIIe dark haIred Roz an excellent ICC skater flnds satIsfactIon In helpIng others future medIcaI assnstant 'f4Z441,g441,f-4: Cliff A564411 Jffg Clue. S' ful 7Zf dz'-oz J744- apemont Avenue 1 1 IO og ub O lSe VEYBYEX , , b ,Cub xtremel IntelIIgent has a talent for gettIng Involved In Innurnerable actIvItIes a de SIFE to learn about everythIng avaIl ble lov r of the out door u y th and I Ilu' L' 0 Theodore J Sheskm , I L 5 1 lv ,K ji. Barbara Shwed I28 Bedford Avenue Class CabInet I2 French Club I2 GIrls Lea I2 HI Way II Playcrafters IO Il Student CouncIl Il I2 Stu dent SEFVICE IO Il Te HI News FrIendly Impetuous ShweddIe yearns for a long pony taII a hearty eater values her many frIendshIps hIghly college lIes ahead Glenda Sulon 591 BerwIck Avenue Class CabInet ll HI Way II P aycrafters IO I I SpanIsh ub IO An avId GIant fan straIght talk wIth an occasional babble engoys water skIIng cute Glenny always lookung for better college ahead 516 LInden Avenue aske all II KManagerl B Managerl Student Councll Student SEVVIC9 ll I2 Hard workmg and relIable Ted IS brIllIant modest Iust a lIttle bIt shy perse xerance and honesty are hIs out standIng characterIstIcs terested In all sports Duane Slmmons 39 West Englewood Avenue Glrls League I2 Playcrafters I2 Soft spoken DIane ImagI natlve and frlendly lIkes everythmg from records to sport car races enjoys doIng thIngs that are new and excIt Ing a future secretary 17, ' 'MAC I ,V '1 I L11 f 37 1 I . "4 ' , f I , 1 . " ' A 2 I , .- fl ll 1. l . . I ' I M f ' . - b f' 451 ' C -'-.. .m 714 . ' 3- f Is'I I g II! 1 39, I Al " , t W d I - .-6 Y ' IL .I fl I N " . I. gli" L, 'll' lp LGLQQQU' fl' Lf - ' X fl .1 , X if 4 r . , ,I Z ' - - I ' 'l' l-- "N" viuolfll B tb I i- ' ' z JA y' Dlx lol y Club IO: I-II-Y II, IZ: ' " I I 4 " ' IC' A ll fi .1 'cs Club II: soccer 1112 ' ' ...I' I f. v,' cl 2 . I Aclwsw wlxrbl, , ' I Iv - - . . UQ, XVIJU I .4 . . . V , ' .. 'S' ' v ' ' ...in- IO, II., g ' ' QUE IO, II, IO,Il. ' ' ' Q ' c' . X u A ,.- NI 'I F. ,I 1 LV, 1, .,4,.' Vx. ff I ,. IO. I Cl ,I, ' " II: I .' In " - -' 1 Q n a , . CI , II. . . --- . 62 Q69 Theodore M. Simon Cassandra Alvilda Simonds Earl F. Skelton ,A i coin 608 Wyndham Road 1419 Hubert Terrace 682 Kent Avenue bg .try r I'1.Cl'lxc ub Chemistry Club 123 Cross-Coun- Chorus 12. Hi-Y 12. lg: Hl'Y I ' 2' Ra ,grgygig German ggkcg' la' Considerate and cooperative Callhim Red or Skippy . . . sar I fManage,,,. Student Service 12: Cassy . a newcomer to Tea- castic sense of hulmor . I. uiet Bob . . . a I jrie . Varsity Club U 12. neck High . . ,uice skating, danc- headed to fareer in electrical gu . . . qatpu d n . . ' ing, and reciting oetry are engine , . a French schol e d 'vil D - Ted . . . neat in appearance . . . favorites . . . a nur ng career j , orks hard after school nse f mOr . - QOINQ a sterling distance runner and in the future. , -f no t College re to be 8 soccer manager . . . likes sports, ,i . veter'n r . especially baseball and swim- 'lo ' - - X ming headed for college 1' ' Margaret Ann Skogland 134 Hillside Avenue , . , forget the fun l?J of dissecting beifilzers Club lo' ll' 12' T"'H" animals in biology . . . modest ' . . . will attend the R.C.A lnsti- Bluefyed Peggy . V . a mlenfed tute to become a radio-TV serv- sketcher . . . laughs easily . . . 'Camari- broad-minded and generous . . . next year will see her at art school. eb , fl 3 . 1 1 , next fall.. ' 2 ,fx ' 1 ,LU ' ' 1 , gli? K fx I QV r vxjlu 'Jus tl L f N 7' cli V 1' 6' f' l' U A'.,' V. , L Andrew A. Skloverlil 96 Herrick Avenuei Cross Country 123 French Club 11, 125 Physics Club 115 Stu- dent Council 10, 11, 121 Student Servgcf 1O, 11, 125 Tennis 10, A voice in the crowd . . . a pat on the back . . . a picture of confidence . . . it's Andy . . . a knack for arguing . . . pos- sesses a fine singing voice. Bob Smith 160 West Forest Avenue Skyscraper Bob . . . will never 63 XJ: A.- J.. Fi I 1 lx 'J' -V 1 J 2 u if Patricia Ellen Smith 244 Elm Avenue Bowling Club 121 Home Arts Club 12. Pat . . . a talented sewing en- thusiast . , . enjoys listening to pop music lespecially rock 'n rolll . . . will remember the Junior Prom . . . the future is undecided. Paul J. Smith 771 Howard Street Brown eyes and brown hair . . . Paul is also known for his hon- esty and loyalty . . . an excel- lent photographer . . . enjoys ice hockey . . . college ahead. Robert Snyder Howard Solomon 507 Center Place Blonde, blue-eyed Bob . . . a hard worker . . . good sense of humor . . . enjoys woodworking and swimming . . . remembers T.H.S. football games . . . Navy next. 158 Sherman Avenue Rifle Club 10: Soccer 10, 11, 123 Student Service 11, 125 Te- Hi News 12g Varsity Club 12. Howie . . . gC6mo esta usted? . . . always kidding around . . . pleasing sense of humor . . . sports-minded . . . top pop pian- ist . . . quite a soccer player . . . a college bound senior. Sara Kay Sowers 462 Rutland Avenue Choir 10, 113 Class Cabinet 11, 123 Hi-Way 11, 12 lBusiness Managerlg Library Council 125 Student Service 10, 11, 12 lPresi- dentlg Teaneck Speakers 11. Our efficient business manager . . , personality plus . . . pert sara lno "h," pleasel . . . an enthusiastic soccer fan . . . tal- ented jitterbug dancer . . . amusing and easily amused . . . an executive secretary-to-be. fax for-N, ,X Valerie Candice Smith 1161 Emerson Avenue Blonde Candi . . . a wonderful artist . . . has a French accent to be envied . . . adventurous always willing to help a friend . . . college ahead. if "2-1 Robert Louis Spinelli 1104 Lambert Road Audio-Visual Aids IO, 11, 12 lSupervisorJ 3 Color Guard 10, 11,12 lCaptainl. Bob , . . brown hair and brown eyes . . . an amiable disposition . . . remembers Color Guard . . . enjoys reading and football . . . college will claim him next fall. .-f'fs'5"'iT:"se I E- :fn:"xnn:3..en?' , 52,1 N-ri' 4 F-414 wins' 5 ,f sr ' r -f"' -- .-..-e he 4' Q s " if I I Jrpifrd ir' avg? VH 23-if P' V if . 4694? 2 E ' X, Aix, 4' J' '- .1 4' ,s I v fx it S gf - f .ef xref- -is 'sf ,. . ,, 5 W -, x , 'fi ,jf 1 K s. .f ff..-f .. a,v':,.: A - HL 4 N' ,,,. If ' t, H if' 1 ff-u ' ff sa- T is ga . " o-.eJ1" ,r A ..-- A ' - ' ' I YZ. r 1- 1 f' ' . Q95 'C ' 1 1 ' 'E , 7? 7 , - K . .Y I 4-' ly 1 R' . Ki' --5 . xx Y :fir ' X x r .3 1 'img X xv' V.-7 ', xl' 'M' I . . V gs 4 A lg. b X ix K ' - ,xl 1 -.gfflxxk 1: jj J- It X L .' AJ' g -' I E A, I G Q . jf, .4 Xa- ' ,gg It-if I l l Cs, I V ., ,ia Robert James Sponheimer .6 -K", J - F1 Vkvf-vi' 70312 Rad f ,ejiff ,. all iw. W me O ki I,-,fl ' aj ,' Bowling Club ll, 121 Junior ' E ' ' Sl - Classical League lO. " 2 'f Bb..,f'dl 'af f th . P, ,Y . Vn ' ,Ci , bowlirig gniinbaselialloiratse .Q , ,Y "' Q I ', gf, highly with this senior . . . good lfx I x,,,L 23,-.1 f Lbzffiq '14 Q11 . sense of humor . , . a college A rn-HN.. . EL K' wi, AIJIX career is nex in view S .1 ' 1 l Wm 5 -A wiv 64 xi?-ff ., l KA- . X ' e :wiv A l 4- ' xt .ani A f . C -..-Avafxsra., - - H 1. - ,.r- . ..'.- - ' -f. 'vihtiiysb Leonard Stein 180 Cherry Lane Chemistry Club 12 IPresidentlg Football 10, 113 Hi-Y 121 Phy- sics Club 11 lSecretaryi 3 Stu- dent Service ll, 123 Varsity ub 11 ' Wr i g Science minded Lenny vors wrestling generous his other interests are elec tronics and ot course robots sincere and kind hearted a real nice guy engin eering college in the future 2 if ef , is wmv-Firm Nancy Evelyn Slfephe en 616 Penn Avenue Choir 10, 11, 123 Class Cabinet 1 1, 12g Future Teachers ot Amer- ica ll, 1231-li-Way llg Student Council 123 Student Service 10, ll, 123 Te-Hi News lO, 12. Blonde, blue-eyed Nancy . . . studious and efficient . . . de- pendable and understanding . . . a knack tor getting along . . . a future elementary school teacher. Barbara Stengel 177 Van Buren Avenue Biology Club 1Og Red Cross 1O, ll, 125 Student Council lOg Te- Hi News 11, 12, Bobbie . . . an accomplished pianist . . , a good-natured blonde . , , a loyal Yankee tan la Stcngle trait? . . . sincere and quiet . , . college bound. K Doris F. Stevenson 1104 Congress Avenue A bowling and swimming en- thusiast . . . never without a smile . , . likes drawing and listening to the radio . . . secre- tarial work in store for this green-eyed miss. 44 Um .Tivo QEQ cvwfb I ' 1 .pl ll I - x - . l Marjorie Anne Stimmel 921 Phelps Road French Club 125 Girls League 10, 11g Hi-Way 11, 123 Play- cratters 10, 1 1 g Student Coun- cil 11, 12g Student Service 10, 11g Te-Hi News 11, 12. Midge . . . attractive, intelligent, and beautifully dressed . . . ap- preciates the tiner things in life , . , favors reading and progres- sive jazz , . . on to college and then a career in journalism. ill, Anne Marie Syversen 1094 Sussex Road Band lO, 11, 123 German Club 11, 123 Student Service 10, 11, 12. Attractive Anne . . . enjoys sewing and music . . . an accom- plished painter . . . exceptionally caretut about clothes . . . tuture includes schooling for design and maybe Paris. Ira Lewis Tannenbaum 92 Grayson Place Biology Club 1Og Chemistry Club 125 Hi-Way 123 Hi-Y 123 Phy- sics Club 113 Student Service I1gTe-Hi News ll, 12 lAdver- tising Managerlg Tennis ll, 12. Un Vrai Dixieland fan . . . a Rockwood boy . . . has a knack for perceptive analysis of class- mates . . . weird faculties of amusement . . . thinks he will go to a good college. Dorothy TerMeer 328 Ogden Avenue Leaders Club 12. Senior year newcomer . . . Dot has shown her willingness to do anything for anyone . . . talents for sewing and singing . . . reads in her spare time . . . college ahead. Richard G. Theuret .IoQfl-Tan nba mi ti Q45x.Linco' e xvlb Ch i ii, -. 1 bmw f W QlFT no 18155 sm '22 ll...1: MAJ, 5 d 1 w Cguntg 11q4J'5tudenl' hryice 11,5 x - -X ns' I x Blonde'j'41air anis? ey X' swimming is 54-1 favor sporl . J, a taletifv dartgei, singer, and mimig . . .l' sarcastic senae of humor . :-'. a hide teacher? a'fter goilege. , gl i' K -'. L, 4?- Betty J. TerMeer 328 Ogden Avenue Leaders Club 12. Bet . . . likes sewing, basketball and swimming . . . humorous and sincere . . . plans to go to Bible school, then a career as a DUTSS. Q4 1. ky 'A , 1 ' i .2 ,sm- ,ff " ff '- '.:a Q 1 , 0 . ,Lf ' ' f , W , 4 A l, '41 . liiifi. Ik 0' x 'z L Q . 'J 'Q r b JL." 109 Tessen Street ,J ? ' Gd- d,hlflD'k... I ngajt ggdursonesfeg . in able 1 5 custodian for his church . . . a U 1 l career in the Coast ua to fol- ' I low graduation. ,I VI ,J 'u.f5 f 'Y J X ' 1 NJ Wo ,- C .f U i Q' N ' Vw JV V Vx F ' 'fig V V 4 tj D7 cl xl " l QV J xf J -' 'X Q! J is V n ,V ini x X1 V pw X1 jd is ' ft M Margaret M. Thies 665 Suffern Road Home Arts Club 125 Maiorettes ll, 12: Twirling Club IO, ll, 12. Blonde Peg . . . craves country and western music . . . a tal- ented dancer, roller skater, and twirler . . . has a mania for Italian food . . . a future nurse. Fine, athlete . d to a crow Affflgignde and bilge R ' . . . going to college or t army after graduation. ,v. ,x x.cn-rf , Elizabeth Ann Tielz A flf' 288 Home sneer fBette . . . an avid listener of hill-billy music . . . loves to dance . . . dislikes insincere ,People . . . enjoys driving in 1, convertibles . . . plans to enter the field of modeling. lffkf n ,,. John Torgesen 517 Maple Avenue Audio-Visual Aids 10, 11, 123 Student Service ll. Torgie . . . memories are piled high for this graduate . . . en- joys hill-billy and western music . . . likes the sport of wrestling . . . an agricultural college is this boy's aim. Maureen T 572 Lucy Girls League lO, ll, 1 Cross 12. I, Reen . . . a musically incline t, miss . , . sincere and cheerf I in everything she does . . . a sports enthusiast . . . plans to be a secretary after schooy Rosemarie Trapp 209 lrvington Road Girls League lO, ll, 12: Leaders Club ll, l2g Red Cross ll, 12 ivice Presidentlg Te-Hi News ll, 125 Tri-Hi-Y 12. Tennis rates highly with Terry . . an admirer of sportsmanship , . . has been seen throughout the years working with various service squads , . . after gradu- ation she will go on to college. 4l'X ii' I 1 f fi JL M c 1 UH Nl Claire E. Trembath 210 Larch Avenue Art Service Squad 10, 11 lTreas- ureri, 12: Class Cabinet 12: Twirling Club 10, 11. eorge E T 178 Oakdene Avenue A duo VisyAids ll F r ndl and very loyal ne enioys watching les' and everything ou hoto aphy in ge l s obf 1 .after reduatii L 1 1 Claire . . . brown hair and brown X if eyes . . . talkative and honest .f l . . . enjoys listening to music, k - especially popular music . . . a N " Q I Y follege career follows gradua- A . . , 1: . ion. A 5. is X , J' Q ' . ' .' 55.7 gif 'Biff 1 I1 N ,I . . v '. .Q b A X 'X . ,Q ' lf A z , ,:1f, . ' 1 - ' I 'IC'Y1'i,g- - L - . "JL ' SX . U" 4 ' N U '-',,"1,'ig:":, 4 ,. 3 A 15 ' I 'g,Q""L: V, " '1. , l J I ei g " i V f 1, ,s ,- ' 'L ' la jlf Lil? itz! ' 1' " if . ' , n J ' Z: bi fax. rg W 'A iw ' 1 l 1, A . 1 rise 1 ' if' V 1 ' lp i " 4 ,ui .N 1 O ,L - r Qltllgfg - ,- 1- 1 x U-J gj , 'ul j '--..f,,1 + i 'TT ', 573 ,lf P up , 'V I . . in 5 , f L .cm V ,J A ,J , 'Jw l vim y I if t ff' fl ff L' A , A XXL? LU - vi - cw' fins fl V 1 A ,V . M lf' J! I .1 9' ' L f x Lx, 1,0 ' L 71 i A' 1 ,YL :ILL lfciv i V L ,I ,I - ra!" L9 , lu lp . ' I vb' ul M Carole Ann Trieller 1 L 5, y ku 1274 Longfellow Avenue ivy rt , ' , , V ' X ' Band io, ii, 12: Class cabiner F L.: 4 vit' un ll, 12, Hi-Way 12 lEditorial LX' ' l Assistantlg Leaders Club 125 I, df E' Q VV' Playcrafters lO, 113 Student ' f' ,, LJ, L service io, ii, 12. 5 -f X iv. f fx That Trieller girl . . . exuberant Robert S. Tucker U ' E T 'IE 'JY and earnest . . , loves to cook . lf . l '53 V075 Y . always a smile . . . typing 1415 Rwer Road I f A 624 Tilden Avenuel! Wm - - - C1855 fwfided - - - de- chemistry Club 125 Class cabinet vu 'ie' pendable and willing to work - - ' - U . . . college bound. ll, 12, Football lO, Hi-Y 12, Library Council 123 Spanish Club llp Student Council 10, ll, 12p Student Service 10, 11, 121 Ten- nis lO, 12. Blue-eyed Bob . . , football fan . . . tennis enthusiast . . . ter- rific dancer . . . sly sense of humor . . . a frank person . . . headed for college this fall. 67 Student Council 12 Twytgn Club IO, ll, 12. 1' Class Cabinet 123 Majorettes IZ!! Blonde and blue-eyed . . . can't forget the twirling squad or football games . . . a talent for making others laugh . . . loves to talk . . . junior college next. Kathryn S. Updegrove 1076 Sussex Road Band 10, 11, 123 German Club 10, 11, 123 Student Service 10, 11, 123 Teaneck Symphony 11, 12 lLibrarian1. Intelligent, fun-loving Kak flips over French horns iand French horn playersl . , . will remem- ber Hbandroom banter" . , , de- voted Yankee fan , . . Oberlin College in near f . 9. X Donald G. Urban 36 Lees Avenue liczawling Club 123 Choir 10, 11, Tall Don . . . friendly . . . an outstanding bass voice . . . cars are a favorite diversion . . . en- joys bowling . . . hopes to at- tend college next fall. X. L ,XY of. Of' Qypyjr xy-a' Y' for .aff A ,Lo-f" . om Peggy Lynn Van Emburgh 584 Maple Avenue Girls League 123 'Leaders Club 10, 11. Pert 'n pretty Shorty . . . always ready with a smile . . . talented pianist and swimmer . . . day- dreamer . . . sweet and sincere . . . a rock 'n roll fan . . . secre- tarial work ahead. GJ-C4 Albert E. Van Slyke 1095 Cooper Avenue Friendly Al . . . has an exten- sive knowledge of airplanes . . . favorite pastime is private flying . . . his next endeavor will be the Naval Air Force. Diane Lois Urist 115 Chadwick Road Girls League 10, 11, 123 Home Arts Club 123 Leaders Club lll Tift Cross 103 Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11, Coolci . . . charming personality and lots of fun . . . enjoys listening to records and swim- ming . . . an expert in sewing . . . a college career is next. Nicholas Vafiadis 1615 Buckingham Road Nick . . . loved by teachers . . . favors playing cards and driving . . . an excellent shot with a rifle . . . business school lies ahead for him. Peter Warren Vibert 370 Warwick Avenue Soccer 10. Tall, good-looking Pete . . . easy-going and friendly . . . en- joys skiing . . . usually found behind the wheel of his car . . . plans on a college career. . A 1 . , ' -. 'I 5 lllllb 'H fx Q. .,. 15 f 2 5 SD U . .V-X' N, i . , if U ls V 1. J ' i . ! :J "Q: , . lvlfif .. 3 A f , 1 1 3 I' . i ' , ' ' , I ., is gal' "bl N- 52211:-vpwxe-ina!-'-' ,QW Joan Marie Wagner 104 Park Avenue German Club 10, 11 lSecretary1, I2 lPresidentl3 Home Arts Club 103 Red Cross 11, 12. Blonde Shortie . . . likes playing the piano, sewing, and ice-skat- ing . . . a future nurse . . . sweet and sincere friend . . . an active church worker, x L ,xx el -L X i WA- --.499 xii:-F I X C 3-9' 7+ 6 07 NN V -as-f Joan Elisabeth W 304 brighter Leopold Mark Waldenberg 758 Redmond Street Chemistry Club l2g Class Cabinet llg Cross Country ll, l2g Hi-Y lZg National Forensic League ll, l2 lPresidentI 1 Physics Club ll, Student Service IO, ll, l2g Tc-ancck Speakers lO, ll, l2g Varsity Club ll. l2. Leo . . . all around guy . . . ready to help others . . . con- siderate, reliable, loads of fun . . . refreshing sense of humor . . . wonderful speaker . . . col- lege next, Ronald William Wanner 86 Golf Court Bowling Club IO, ll, l2g Math Club l2j Rifle Club ll, l2. Ronnie . . . an excellent marks- man and bowler . . . perseverent . . . interested in mechanical devices . . . an aeronautical ca- reer wlll follow college. 7" 0' remember easy -to Linda Ann Watson IIOS Queen Anne Road Girls League IZQ Latin Club lOg Playcrafters llg Spanish Club l2p Student Service IO, ll, ll. Petite Linda . . . possesses in- telligence and a sparkling wit . . . has a weakness f red- headed boys . . . cutvfig e and vivacious er ality . . ure George A. Wardly 709 Linden Avenue Chemistry Club l2g Rifle Club IO: Spanish Club lZ. Friendly and likable . . . quiet and reserved . . . a fine math and science student . . . a sports car fan . . . favorite sport is tumbling . , . planning on col- lege. Wfliill Harry R. Wedemeier 338 Morningside Terrace Weed . . . adept at fixing jewel- ry . . . has an interest in swim- ming . . . likes to work on cars ...handywithanax...a future lumberjack. Eleanor Weiss 564 Palisade Avenue Cirls League ll, l2g Hi-Way ll, Amiable Elly . . . expressive green eyes and beautiful red hair . . . enjoys swimming and listening to pop records . . . possesses fiery school spirit . . . undecided future. Elaine Marion Warinsky 695 Suffern Road Class Cabinet ll, l2g German Club ll, l2g Latin Club IOQ Stu- dent Service lO, ll, l2. Religion and music are her chosen future activities . . . eager and sensitive musician . . . optimistic and humble . . . perseverant and understanding . . . plans to attend college. n WW Joy H Westervelt 562 L1nden Avene Interests vary wrdely swlm rnnng p1ano and lrstenrng t Alan Freed rate hlghly vrctorles over Hackensack are pleasant memornes slncere and trlendly personalrty be a secretary Juduth Ann Wenss 490 Beverly Road ench Club IO ll Natlonal Forensnc League ll I2 lSecre ar l aycrafters IO ll Teaneck Speakers ll I2 Judy a profnclent actress enloys belng Wlfh people can be depended upon college next or an attempt to retlne her theatrncal abullty Wanda Joyce Werner 285 Brlarcllffe Road Girls League lO ll I2 H1 Way I2 Leaders Club 'IO ll y r ters lO 12 Teanec eakers ll 2 Cute petrte Wanda talented a weakness for beautltul clothes frlendly and slncere lntends to be an alrlnne hostess Robert S Weussman 306 Grlggs Avenue e Club lO Bob lrkes football and bas ketball handy wlth most tools a good swlmmer fond of good food plans to enter college In the fall WJ wywd Mvvlgigzl rn Road 2 Foot al Spa sh 12 Stude er slty Club ll Norm lntere ted In man talent for rnakl happy sympathetlc eg next on hrs a nda tail l t dl! Marcia Wulbur 277 Johnson Avenue at nr s League ll 2 Malorettes I2 Te H1 News I2 Interests range from horseback rrdmg to debatrng her dan crng IS hard to beat and the beat contrnues through slngrng wnth the Starlrtes college IS next In store r 4 . ' Fr , 3 ' ' 1 - ' , - - h It T Y Q PI , , 12: Rlfl , ll. i r ' . . , I ' 1 , JQ, c 1 'Gs Pwr . . 1 0 "' 6 a ' . , z '- L CI 1, 5 b 1 g , :Pla - f 1 9 Hi- 21 ' CI 1, 1: at , 11, : K 5 5 ' 1 , r- Sp , 1 5 Tn-1-11-Y IO, l ll. . . . ' I - - - , sports, .especially fo all a dancer and :ce skater H. . . admlts ' eo v , , 4 1 I ' . . ll L i N . . 'KIM 1 ' I ' 1 I 1 l ,X lf I Q1 1 , , A J' ' K 1 A 11 1 . gb ll 1 CQ, I ll 9 . L ,lf C ' . 82 ' . . . I - I G I , ' I l 1 ' ' ' . .9 ,I ' ' ' - ll - . - , . I ' .. , ' . . . . to X of ' A - A ' - - Jacquelme F Wrlson 526 Hrllcrest Street Jackre always on the gw enjoys rock n roll and foot ball games loves to rrde In convertibles and talk on the phone a future secretary. Judnth Wnlkemng 73l Delavan Street Home Arts Club I2 Frrendly Judy wonderful sense of humor and easy to get along wrth enroys roller skatrng consrderate wrll become a secretary after graduatron r LU Ng -4 L f' O91 g li. -v-v K A an 'X Stephen M Wlttman 554 Grenvrlle Avenue Brology Club lO Chemistry Club 12 Physics Club Il Outstanding mathematlcal abrllty and a keen Interest In scrence Irkes to Irsten to the radio always ready to help some one else college ahead Jeanne Y 395 Terhune Sweet and agreeable who funds pleasure an Chnshan Woessner Sewmg and Sw,mm,ng George A Young 20 Englewood Avenue a gurl Basketball lO Cross Country I2 Track lO ll I2 Bubby well coordrnated and earnest asprres to 788 Salem Street Secretary Track ll, l2 Amrable Chrls enjoys ath letrcs huntmg and above all frshrng an adept auto mechanrc he plans on a college career after graduatron 71 athlete especnally skrlled at basketball a favorrte hobby rs photography a frrendly fellow who has the qualrtres for success rn college y , . . . l' 3 6 v l ' - Q A l' 2, l N 8 y " -. - n wi f .st 5' ' ' ' ' ' ' x . --. 14.,'.fxwf Ulf: H - . I ' 4 .1 'fg , A ik! , HL V V T . I l -is a '.K'X.::v3k w or lsls 111 1 ' , A - l . c J, 1' ' b :fill 1 ' "lWQq5g,-ii. I 1 A ff . . X' - I ' l - F g , s' . L . Q ' it A UV LH 74,0 um r .- . A ,k 4 F' I ' U ,N 1 . r rj f 0, 5 Q ' f Nl lx l I I N, Patricia Ann Ziegler 635 Standish Road Class Cabinet ll Girls League I2 Home Arts Club lO lPresidentl Red Cross lO Stu nt Service IO Tri Hi Y lTreasurerl l2 lSecretaryl Enthusiastic Patty works energetically at many activities favors football games and playing the piano sincere and warmhearted college ahead then a secretarial career Lmda Ann Zoberg l96 Norma Road Chemistry Club 12 Girls 12 Playcra ers Spanish Club l2 Twirllng usually having a pastimes ming college Myra Kathy Zorn 35 Brinkerhoff Avenue oir IO, ll, l23 'Class Cabin g.,,gi-a, fCo-Literary Editorlglunior Class- ical League lO3 Student Service i . I ' W . iEdltorial Assistantl, l2 lCopy Editorl. Well-dressed Miki . . . a per- fect combination of intelligence, warmth, and enthusiasm . . . wonderful vocal ability . . , am- bitious and industrious . . . a sense of fair play , . . college, then pedagogue of the primaries. Judith Zotynia 6lS Palisade Avenue Judy . 4 4 five feet two . . . eyes of blue . . . good natured and fun loving . . . possesses artistic ability . . . looking for- ward fo a secretarial career. Qatheylhe f 63 ft BSS sincere nis court Richard Zimmerman l5l Cherry Lane otball lO l H Y Student Council lO Tennis IO Varsi ub O 6 3 curly haired Dick natural at football and tennis loves to win hates to lose 1 Civil War authority lRebelJ an next stop college Phd A 61 G' 4 f Qyaw lgf un. x x X x 0 O K I f g n C7 Wy a n mlO'1 X Q 5 DECEMBER 6 MARCH 7-8 . MARCH 24-Z6 MAY 22 . MAY 29 . JUNE 8 . JUNE 9 . JUNE I2 . ei: A Lf ,J r , 9' X 7 if ,AA 5, -if P 5553 K 'V .:i4. I 5,-'H fa , gf f x 3 3' z 1 sn, at 11,-'ii 'l N b N , K ' Pig? IAQ! fafpyflv Q , 5 ,.. :ggi J-'ruff -..igng A 5 f',L . 1-. 1 Simi Q r E eggs' f 8 if Yi' A. T. '? 'S X LG'-A E , vw , 1 . A E eg X r-'N 'Atv' r f Y, .5 Q I 43", 5 ' . M-1 49' 'j"5,ggf, ff W Y fag fm X ' A U R H I 1 V -X-xx S 1-4""i 6 5 , f vw. M' 5127 ! A5 vi N ,many 1 "Q gn K 1 1 T 4' ' Xmw, q Q .ff "" -1- big, A f I r mum? Mosr POPULAR FRIENDLIEST R M Garnier, Buddy Mme, Joan zimmerman, Frank Banafmno D 'fx fx E A-L, ig if MOST LIKELY T0 Jane Shelby, Ted Sh X...-f K, w...f"" Kimi' 4. VNS, mi sssr LOOKING -- ,P Mosr lN'rsLuGEN'r ' """ B""""e" Mamie '-1" 'V Jane shelby 1' 4 sneskin ' 1 , 9,35 -Y " ' 1 76 V ' x. I S- "ss,- 121-if Wfxl' BEST DRESSED s any I 4! x. S mga 'P 3 CLASS COUPLE 77 MOST ATHLETIC Doug Dreyer, Ginny Mayer KI! XP' cLAss comsoums Q' mi if syxf W , I .- 1 - 2 Y , ' 1 L 4' V . 5 - QQ 3 " li? K H R C. 5 fi L C " ji ' ,. ' -- - 'C 1 1 ev L , - .' Z Q' r X I , 5 'E ' ' . fiaiifi ' V V . - I - I I :b iixu k ,- A 9.T7iLf5? ' L A , V ' - I." 4 M ' l 4' A1 ' I , ' Joan Zimmerman, Don Bea 'vi' - D A ' 9 ?5"W:sq. . - .1 ,Q-wr - FB? V Ronni Dragna, u Mi ler I 0 Q F V .. C' qu, al ' T ., 'Z , . . A . ,' , " I I ' " ' 2 2 7 s " X ,A ,I . Tb., 1 1 THA KS fo CLASS Dear THS Thanks for the memory of sux wonderful years spent wuthun your walls Thanks for the knowledge whuch you have bestowed upon us the many fruendshups you have fostered the challenges you have placed un our path The hugh udeals whuch you have implanted un us wull remaun long after graduatuon Our memory began one morning un September l952 when hundreds of perplexed seventh graders entered the enormous buuldung on the hull and were greeted by a maze of corrudors and condescendung upperclassmen Those of us who were fortunate enough to fund homeroom paunlessly were soon confronted wuth the problem of opening our newly assigned lockers Those were the days' Each class seemed to brung wuth ut a new joy There were our seventh grade dance the electuon of offucers un almost every class and the collection of lunch tuckets for Mrs Netts We were thrilled by Mr Burdsall s tales of basketball amazed by Mr Chandler s teachung methods and frightened by our furst stage appearance un Oral Englush Well seventh grade passed on and we emerged as eughth graders Along wuth many new learnung experiences came the dog collar fad and the Pez craze school There was much talk about coming double sessuons Some of us were awarded Sequence Honors for outstandung academic work un seventh grade .lunuor hugh teams began to play a bug part un our extra curricular luves and ofcourse there were the weekly after movue meetings at the Dutch Grull Nunth grade carrued specual sugnufucance For the furst time planning ahead wuth college or vocatuon un mund we were allowed to choose some of our courses We were now on double sessions and dudn t we feel bug beung the oldest kuds un the whole school for half a day Thus was the furst year un whuch we went pucnuckung as a class Yes many thungs happened that year ln May some of us attauned membership un the Junuor National Honor Society and as June rolled around plans for graduatuon exercuses and the sungung of the Gettysburg Address took the foreground As we departed from Junuor Hugh we wulled our pruzed possessions to underclassmen Tenth grade brought a sutuatuon comparable to that of seventh grade we were agaun the smallest and the youngest un the school The sungle redeemung fact was that the sutuatuon exusted only for half a day lt was un our sophomore year that we became establushed as a class of fursts We were the furst class un your hustory to have a sophomore dance At last we felt that we belonged we were a part of the senuor hugh school Toward the end of the year we went to Lake Sebago for our sophomore pucnuc another furst for our class Then the tenth grade a grade of physucal and socual maturatuon passed and we became uunuors Friendships were solidified as we became accustomed to the routine of the - ll ' YI the MEM RY HISTORY We formed our class cabunet thus was a bug event for we were makung our presence felt among members of younger classes Some excelled at sports whule others were preemunent un other departments under your unfluence We were truly conscuous of the reflectuon of your name un our actuons Muss Curran taught us many thungs the most umportant of whuch had nothung to do wuth school Then came our prom a unuque prom un your annals We were swept away by grand musuc as a theme of Magnolua Maguc pervaded After the prom a mudnught suppe was served makung the nught a new and excutung one Thus furst was soon followed by another furst Instead of acceptung the tradutuonal class rungs wuth black stones we set a precedent by orderung rungs wuth blue stones Later un the year we unvaded Requa Lake on our class pucnuc And then the year was over seemungly almost as soon as ut had begun We eagerly antucupated the comung year when we would be senuors and the kungs and queens of the hugh school The senuor year began We receuved our class hats whuch we proudly dusplayed at football games And speakung of football games we defeated Hackensack and contunued your reugn as NNJIL football champuons sharung the honor thus year wuth Englewood The vuctory was especually sweet thus tume however because your team was led by and composed maunly of members of our class We had our Senuor Fall Dance whuch was the bug socual event of the autumnal season The wunter came and wuth ut an undefeated champuon wrestlung team the furst un your hustory Thus raused your number of champuonshups to three one un soccer one un football and one un wrestlung Our prom a huge success wuth an lsle of Paraduse theme was held un the early part of March Two weeks later we left for Washungton and spent three gloruous days un an attempt to further retard our natuon s progress Then our sux years were over The Senuor Natuonal Honor Socuety unductuon ceremony followed closely by the class party class pucnuc and funally graduatuon brought to a close sux hugh school years whuch had been fulled wuth both dusappountments and uoys faulures and hopes So now the tume has come for the expressuon of our apprecuatuon We thank you agaun and agaun for these years Some of us are goung on to college others are workung and stull others are enterung the servuce of our country But all of us have a common bond the apprecuatuon due to your fune guudance and unspuratuon Once agaun T H S thanks for the memory Yours THE CLASS OF 1958 u u - 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"MEMORIES ARE M 'I ' -fs.. gg, ,, 1535 4.3 A '-f:?A1?f'5"? .- V1 F , hm., .1 , if -,ff .' 3: ADE or THIS" . .. l:'Qf-ik -5-:sf f' - -Q' CAN YOU EVER FORGET? Senior worries and anticipation of the future? The yearly trips to the shore? When calypso ruled the school? Mlss E Smith s smile? T H S pep assemblies? Mr Gunners biology class? The Ivy League craze? Our perennial tennis champs? Cherry bombs set off in the halls? Mr Church s dress and haircut? Mr Salernos You laughl? The smoking in the boys and girls rooms? Mr Cotters hic haec hoc football cheer? When the pigeons were released in the auditorium? The Pinky Poopers? Thursday assembly days? Mr Madsens folks ? Waiting in the lunch line for cafeteria delicacies? The Esquires and their fan clu T H S productions? Miss Curran s eccentricities? The formation of sororrties and fraternities? The tri-sorority party after ninth grade graduation? Mr. Garcia's "What giveth x plus y?" The arrival of rock 'n roll? Student Service arm bands? Jimmy Balquist s State Wrestling Championship? The joy of beating Hackensack twice in a row? Jane Shelby s Westinghouse Scholarshi The Stroll? Mr Law s discussions in advanced math ? The spaciousness we found in the new gym? T H S red tape? Chem and physics experiments? The cliffs? Drag races through the streets of Teaneck? Discussions of world affairs in Mr Paines class? Mr Simmons ninth grade algebra clas T H S band concerts and choir shows? Buying lunch tickets? Library science reports? Miss Micelis classes? When everyone loved Elvis? Miss Hill s speeches to us? Source themes? 9 -fd' .: . 'I' if ..- ryre . . ,- . J. Q , ..,..N., '4--:f i":' ,N- ' f a 5 ,fx ,Q I .4 x N ,IEW ' is - n ,.-A -1- A ' - . M xv 5- gg- xy. ,- f ,-,Xa J ,A X. ,x z 1 f ,,,- J' Ti? ' f fl L 0 r 'hwy 'i'a V 1'-"?N?Pf'?? .gr 6 .JY S FYKI P W ,sv 'F' ,wt 0-, Yfx yn L, .- kqwln S9 . w. 4 The biology field trip in ten Mlle Devany s south rn ahccent? Mr Smith s Poowahl? Miss Allen s sunshine and fresh air? 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Q-L Q I , ,X C- l-M, 4 KB.. cl 1, 1 . ve' .5 - "':g.3e, V , V. Ve- Q8 ,. 'Jr' . jk ' -..-If ,Wag - ' . , -. ' ,Q :4 A - . '- GQ . .' V In . " -3, - A F . N' 4 7 -.7 . "fu :Jg".'i:" V-, - 3- 1 f , X. T. ' x .1:I'j.:-- --- 1" V' "'w ?q.x . Y, ,Z A e ... J I in fl? ,Z L ,Q . A L3 I-,...aJ , FA., 7 A, az' ' -' - . l -1534, ' ,.. sw" : '1 . J .2 f 'f'?' fx " sr" 4-. ' , '. I . I .1511 S ,I . , V I --'Sas 1 N .uv 1 3'-5,3-A a- ' !? .-.- , , , --.,:- ' 1 ,, s:'- -" . ' ,:- , -. H-. 1- r , V .' x rr SENIOR PROM Who will ever be able to forget the "en- chanted evening'f? First the seniors and their dates set out for pre-prom cocktail parties and then arrived at the prom. The music of Nat Brooks' band, the entertainment and refresh- ments of the "Isle of Paradise" made the dance perfect in every way. Ginny and Doug were crowned our king and queen and then all at once the prom was over. Afterwards there was dining and dancing and as the wee hours of the morning of March eighth arrived, there were breakfasts, the new sunrise to see and at length, many warm and happy memories of an unforgettable evening. Ginny Mayer and Doug Dreyer "Thinking of You" Y, I. 84 1 ,, f ...x-, "Dream Q 1' 1 v 5' 1 'W . 4 H V 4 ' X. if -4 , ,jk , 5. --n are V -Su A-. , fw A L.. 'w 'db Q 'Q X ff- w ,, V ,fig sy, 5 ' J I In -113.4 , 2-rhmf' . , . ,Wu "x s A Q v..,,,4....-V. ..-- - ..u..,.-.-- ,,.......-'M Y Wk ffzgf .,,.f ..-' f"i',"'f"9 Q f:,'f:1'ff'L5fEwm. W Q 4. ,,,1 '1 1 "5 52,4 if JK if W 'Q E1 iff , fi, ,W if K X s , ,. 3 " -Z' Lg 5 5 .1 r' s 1.1, 'f 4 v,"," 2 M- 41"':.j' 'Q fr 'J ' Q ! -xy g,.. -lv . A, """"' 'W I s , 2 . .LHP 'Q' . .. ZL"va ? , , 4 I I if JameS M Balqulst Donna Ruth Barnes Frank Hallock Battafarano Patrlck Jeffrey Bogert Thomas L Bott Valerie MBV Castoro Loss Enleen Clark Anlta Lynn Clutterbuck Phyllls Marlan Cohen NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY May Hart Cook The National Honor Socuety means much nt means much work much careful selection much decrsnon Mostly however It means much satlsfactnon and oleasure to those chosen to receive the dlstxnctlon for theur honor IS hard an come by There are ultimately but fifteen per cent of the graduating class represented nn the Natlonal Honor Socuety gleaned from a prnmary consnder ation of the top thurd of the class To make these selectnons scholarship leadership cltuzenshlp character and service are weighed by the admnnustra tuon faculty and student body When the fnnal chouce IS made It results ln a group of the finest young people In the school HIGH MIGHTY he Q fx Carol Lols Hecht Martha Nell Herbst Allce Beryl Jacobs Nancy lrene Jahler Mnra Lynn Kantrowxtz T' Jane Frances Mascolo Vnrgmua Aluce Mayer Barbara Sandra Meyer Lmda Sue Meyer Patrlcla lrene Meyer , in QQ 1 1 I . , yy . . gs ' . . - O Q! Q H 4 A M' , . 4 15 fl 0 Arthur S Brown Q59- Allce Lnlllan Daborn 3:5 George Espmosa Claudia Kramer C' Brldget Mary Brunn i,,,1Ff'3 Robert John Donaldson Bertram Paul Fmn naw Yi if Carol Anne Lamb 9 ur Edward Henry Muller Jr Zz Foy F Moore Jeanne Ellen Cadman Veronlca Anne Dragna Marjorie Marie Garnier 4'-e G Kenneth Lmk 1' 6-n Kathleen Marne O Rellly Rlchard Can or Douglas Charles Dreyer Claure Shella Gmsberg Vlrglnla Phyllls Mahde Loraune Vlrguma Otis ul 'N Llnda Loss Carter QS' B! Maryann Dunne Eva Lynn Goldenberg Joan Elsne Manahan Llnda Grace Plke Q ' ' 'ef 5' ' I I 1 ' f K, V . . . t , . -if 35 4 Qv 2 x M ' I 1 A ,, , N... 31 -' ie ff ' 'A M f N , .14-it, 4 G 'n . lx.'z..:lff' r X X M M lvl 1 K , .Q.,- 1 ti 0 F 5 W iw? 4:3 Y x 5, 5' K ff 4 .. 6 A L s x ' Lf Q G X -6 an 1' Carol Ellen Ratner Ruth Ella Robertson Ellzabeth Karen Sather Andrew Alan Sklover Carole Ann Trneller IQV qv K Linda Ann Watson Katherme Saunders Wm' Sara Kay Sowers Kathryn Stryker Updegrove Judith Ann Weiss 'G'- Harry David Rosenbloom Sybil Jaye Schwartz Barbara Ann Stengel pak, lv 414 z are Leupold Mark Waldenberg Barbara Ann Wlnn 'em Joel Raymond Rosenblum Jane Shelby Nancy Evelyn Stephensen George A Wardly Jr it Joan Catherine Zimmerman A Paul Alan Rothman Theodore Jerome Sheskln Ira Lewis Tannenbaum Elaine Marlon Warunsky Myra Kathy Zorn - in I X 'r"'ff at ' so 5 y get M V ' '1f'-' we - I if w A Q 6 2 llll . ' ix' N4 Ji 7 X . ,,,, F ' , ,HV5 A t , J or J W Wllfwww ,J ACV U FRANK H ILLOCK BATTAFARANO YOU ARE THE ONE Each year the Woman s Club of Teaneck bestows upon a partncularly outstandung member of the graduatnng class the hlghly prnzed Plaque Award lt IS awarded to the sensor who has best exempllfued the character traats necessary for honor socnety membershup and who has best upheld the tradltuons of Teaneck Hugh School The Class of 1958 the admnnustratuon and the faculty are very happy to congratulate thus year s winner 91 . Af gl l SRX J l . f P ly L t g l X9 ' 1 E A All C g lf' we W R X t l N .. ,, N , R . A 7f ' .. NURSERY RHYM E Undoubtedly Teaneclc High School would be incomplete without the underclassmen, Similarly, the world of music: would lack entirety without nursery rhymes tor the younger Set. M, - ,,Mkgf, i LJ :Y yn . R ,LAS . Q nv mg, 2 E kfwrglfs Q XJ-ll L 1 R ' ,A Q. ' J 1 fb , VJ 'it Q'-x - fr, :Q ? ES, xgxl 5 . 'ji Q. ' ' 26 1 JJ., ! V, N I WI KLE TW! KLE 4 - J 'fl . .I I ' V x . .. ! .-,, ff .f ,IV ,J ' l If ' Q ' 7 ' . , f W 5 , X ,V , 7 Q gg iw i 5. R ,gg ' I ,iffy Vx. X, Q M. ' fm' ' gg K ' i , ' ' 6 r. W, ' ni Q A ',p:a U, 4. Y ' . - I .5 4-1 ui Xxx V., 1 ' W' . ' - ,. A g A ,M-Q-Q ' x ' ...-,L-was ' ,, Q 1 -, Y , r ll .K E . Q V411 Y VM I LIL: .ly .4 h 3 I . 4 , , W 'U r, P' ff'-" W LITTLE STARS" N as-Q! ' 1 , , 1 --.+ an Qu? gf: D f 'ZW T Oi as ,I 3 7 x fm I ' ,S ll vs" A 9' 45 -- if - Q A ' 1 'izx' I 2 43 1 'M U1 1, Nj! . Mgr, 1- ish? ja 4 f- if P "' .V W' ! Q ' L , Nu' as 1 'SQ 5 , , Eg S N 'K I 2' cfnf' .K , I Qi, x of l , , .,,,- ,fb-ix "JUNIOR SIMO " Junior Simon met a senior Departing from the hill. Said Junior Simon to the senior Your place l'll try to fill. Said the senior to the Junior Simon Your presence here is known And, since the start of seventh grade Your competence has grown. Your spirit shown by key and ring And Mayling Garden in the spring Only serves to prove once more That as seniors you will score. JUNIOR CLASS CABINET Standing: Kip Botyos, Presidentg Mike Vice presidentg Mr, Scagliotti, Sponsor. Gini Moest, Secretaryg Elaine DeGenero, Tr Miss Day, Sponsor. T Denino Sitting easurer a means of generating school spirit. Likewise, marches and Sports are an important extra-curricular activity not only as a mere diversion for tne participating atiwietes, but also as pep songs are the musical method ot promoting excitement. PEP SCDNGS ef L if STEVE LEFELT w vm A JOHN ASELTA ,-bv, hr V, in ' I I' I 'Y BILL HARDY Co-Captain lst Team All -' Leagueg 3rd Team All ' 'N .,. County: Ist Team All N v ' Area. 'X ,J :T 75, ' gran -' 37,555 I' 1' x . ' 4' ' - . ' " . N..-Anna T . Q: V ' W., Q ' I A I ., - GEORGE ESPINOSA 1, ' . Honorable Menilon All ' ' X League. 4 ' I " . .. vu, . I l ,L fwi Q mu. msn: A .Q - , L . c - f ' I f 'r All Y E- . , k:,,:::,"g...' Paw in f A ' ,- 1 ' o nt 1 st eam , , , .L-31.933 Ar:ag gs! Team All State. V QT' , -f ! ' - f Lx ' x an , , 'M U Ll Q4 L. 'F - W- t 4 l DICK ZIMMERMAN , Hum- ' .-, M v . I ' A. x we ' . ew "mm " . 6 4 "" C A K oscuz THORSLAND 8 -Q DICK NOROIAN 1 g 1- All L 3 15, f Ist Team All League: 'rzameaxn Costas? Isf ff. 5 2nd Team All County: Team All Area: Ist Team 'Sf Team All Ale!- AII State: All America. 100 '55 in 1,212 C GUNNER Coach NJ 6' LCN KEN LINK ? -if HN. C!"- fz 1 W4 ,A 2 , i DICK LOWELL ,.4,,,,.w' FRANK HARGREAVES a-5, , I BOB BOUQUET DON ERSKINE I , ' ln if 'Wm W 5 fhf ' F din .go U My dv 0 XJ' Lilfikmg' q31,W"w X . . , " ' r i ' X SF bl- rf, ff 5 Wffw W - . 1 I Front Row: Siwulic, Teleska, Lefelt, DiChiara, Cannon, Hauch, Chaleff, Garille, Tolomeo, Dapkey, Nass, ' Grud , Hasse, Weiner, Esninosa. Second Row: A. Thorsland, O. Thorsland, A. Thorsland, Francis, Noroian, AseLg, Hardy, Pashe, Link, Hilkman, Hargraves, Zimmerman, Lowell, Boquet, Denino, Mapes. Back Row: Vflgson, Minsky, Dawson, Hartman, Theuret, Guest, Luongo, Gerdes, Levis, Griesinger, Eten, Herbert, DeBlasio. i J l 1 LQ' 'Abu Under the fine coaching of Charlie Gunner the Highwaymen compiled one of their best records. The season was climaxed by a 28-19 win over Hacken- sack entitling them to share the N.N.J. I.L. crown with Englewood, thus making it the first time that Teaneck has won the championship two years in a row. The 1957-58 squad also scored more points during one season than any other Teaneck High School football team-229. 815 p M ,RONG dm . In p MQ k ilifiimllr M "Come, go with me," lO2 Teaneck 3 I . . O.. 31. Fai rlawn . . Ridgewood . Tenafly . . Opponent ...l9 ..l9 ..6 fx I: 14' my fad! 52, fwfffv! .mf MWM F5 R"2'.'W5 iw!! 2,41 'jf I 7,5 ,hefcxi l 7 . Englewood . . .28 7. 45. 40. 4O.. 28. Ridgefield Park Leonia . . . Rutherford . Ciiffside Park Hackensack . . 6 . O . .13 . 6 . I9 ! X? lfxxqh ,QJR N. . ff if , Y. . Qi "Your're Drivin' Me Crazy" "All shook up," 103 C 've . an, X jf 11 v ' PAUL HAGGERTY Q- gk : ' K -vw' " x S' N ,f . BUD MILLER , , -, ., 59,3 . J A , 1 if I - . 3-af'-5 ' f sv Q JERRY POSS ART BROWN 2nd Team All County 2nd Team All County Honorable Mention All State l'zf bf A W1 ,n gn x WT fi' I, 1 if W 2 I 'fn' n x 1 I I If 3, f HOWIE SOLOMAN ' 2nd Team All coumy 'WY' DON BEAVEN A f I , ,V ' 4 a X If RoNN1E BROCKMAN 2nd Team All County . 4 ' A WTi'f,Lx 1 -GX i - 4 H557 is ,. s BOB "DUCK" DICKSTEIN OMERO CATAN cf' CROSS COU TRY Co-captain JACK KINANE receives underclassman award for second time. What appeared to be a potentially good season for 'iHagans Harriers was lessened by many injuries and the flu. Paced by the excellent running of Jack Kinane, the cross country team tallied a 3-6 record. in the state. PAUL ROTHMAN Co captain JOEL ROSENBLUM BUDDY CARREY GEORGE YOUNG ,Hi Ax v . swf , BOB DONALDSON MIKE LAWN This year also saw the advent of a .l.V. team. Originated by Coach Hagan Andersen, it is believed to be the first REEF i A H i 17 Front Row: Second Row Row: Andy Dave Mike Kahn, Jack Trotta, Noel Raffer, Jack Kinane, Jack Suggs, Charlie Richter, Coach Andersen. : Alan Goldberg, Dick Spinelli, Fred Schwannemann, Neil Carrey, Bob Lages, Bob Binder. Third Sklover, Bob Donaldson, Paul Rothman, George Young, Ted Simon. Back Row: Mike Lawn, Rosenbloom, Leo Waldenberg, Mgr, Schatz, Bud Carrey, Joel Rosenblum. Missing from picture, Jeff Bogerf. inf ..--...Q -vu in "he..v.. -an ""'vQfi1 4? "sau,.-s. - av? 5 1: "The Stroll" IO7 "Twenty-six Miles" 1 -'X nv BASKETB Ll. Although the basketball season dud not turn out as well as expected the team was sparked by the excellent playmg of John Decker and Stan Goldberg The semors were backed up by the fme playmg of underclassmen Barry Herbert Joel Nussbaum Pete lgnall Jeff Mayer and Lynn Francvs A new addutlon to the coachmg staff thus year was John Mssko who wull take over the rems nextseason Taaneck Dpponent Lod: Ruver Dell Alumni N N J I L e They e They Tenafly Leoma Cllffsnde Park Hackensack Rutherford Englewood Rldgefleld Park 71 ' .......... Sl Sl Bogota ......... 49 61 ' ........ 45 69 ' ......... 48 qw w 62 64 ..... 43 44 87 47 ' ..... 75 63 S7 87 ' ' . . . 30 S4 84 77 .... 48 63 63 69 .... 72 92 52 67 .... 43 52 ' ss. 57 ' ' . . . 60 53 DON ECKENFELDER 108 OSCAR THORSLAND Co-captain 4 BILL HARDY X2 -A BILL PASHE BOB HAHN fi' 109 "Come to Me" "Catch A Falling Star" . .43 ,"f' COACH FRANK CORKERY fr , wa , 43 I VV., 6 . ' at 't Y ,iff 3,5 f . ,Q J 1+ U ff fl A Y ' Q A ASSISTANT COACH MISKO UNDERCLASSMEN Front Row: Pete lgnall, Joel Nuss4 baum. Back Row: Jeff Mayer, Barry Herbert and Lyn Francis. is at - fn fl X1 Above: Balquist, Co-captain, State Champ, 130 lbs Q Dnckstein, Co-captain, District Champ, 157 lbs., Hargraves, District Champ Heavywcightg Bcaven, 148 lbs. Below: Faber, 141 los., Bogcrt, 168 lbsg Catan, 168 1135.5 Stein, 178 lbs., Agostlno, 123 lbs. 'K-'X .you Send Me' Kneeling: Jaeger, Mungiello, Richf ter. Rudolph Balqoist, Cannon, Di- Chiafa. Standing' Weiner, Liepl Blumenslock lrngr f, Beaven. Dick- stein, Mapes, DeB1asuo imgry, Hilkman, Denino 1Dsstrlct Champ -178 lbs.,, Hargraves. WRESTLING The 1958 wrestling season was the best that Teaneck High School has ever had. Winning every match, Mr. Gunners grapplers compiled a 10-O record and gained the District 3 Championship. The Highway- men placed tour men in the state matches as a result of their fighting spirit and excellence in competition. fi. T CO-CAPTAIN JIM BALQUIST State Champ-130 lbs. "Magic M ents" 7 dQL,,f,f5,ff22 FP Wfffm M W , . 4W4?'TZZ9 dp f mf ffff Teaneck Opponent 44 Ridgewood . 3 26 Rahway , I4 34 Leonia . . 'I I 37 Ramsey . . , 6 23 Roselle Park . I7 43 Lodi .... 5 24 Fairlawn . . 16 39 Weehawken . 8 23 Hackettsfown . I4 36 Suffern . . . 3 "We Belong Together" ZZ 14' 34,0 47:1 If . 1 I 1 ,Z74 ard, COACH CHARLES GUNNER ASSISTANT COACH ARMSTRONG Jon. nos:Nm.uM I I' 'f' PETE BURR 'T 'Dr BOB BOUQUET C pl' W ghh ROG FITCH C .Z""' 'N-I -X 's,,J DICK CANTOR F. jr' "' cnms wosssruan scones vouna J 4 , a ! ,f X' , l 0 ,IZ 440-R Y , A 4' 1 ,, H lf- u Q 6 . 2'-fn Q . . ga " 5, ,, ,Tk , P- H dl I viii, V ' ' f ' A Y , o-c ptain , i . Mane - If Y1 - I ,- lx-X Q , . . 'rx mtrx . n ' 1 'A': q I , I, Q f , . , X, if , I ' 'A 'b I A 1 Q V V I. 4 1 440- AV,A . W " 1 . S ' ,,-w-f Ar A ' 4 4 X . , - . A f WS" P , C., if .f.: gggwf 1q, ,Hu :.1f3f5-,M . H2 "Y f-15, 3.4! B r K' y jr X t N. by K -'kk 4 ' 5. ' X' I " - -V' V if JOHN ASELTA 440 BOB DONALDSON C Weight ART BROWN A Ably assisted with the coaching chores by Coaches Ryan, Scagliotti, and Smith, Charlie Gunner worked hard to mold his young, inexperienced team into a winning combination. Led by Co-captains ,Bob Donaldson, Bob Bouquet, and Rog Fitch, returnees Joel Nussbaum, Joel Rosenblum, Art Brown, Jack Kinane, George Young, John Miles, and Chris Woessner, and newcomers Barry Herbert, Mark Pachman, Bob Lages, Dick Spinelli, and Tony Wright determined to make this the best Teaneck track season ever. , ' C. GUNNER Coach "Bunny Hop" I H JEFF BOGERT s "Mac BASEBALL With a compliment of nine seniors, Coach Joe Cervino's team is having a very successful season. Backed up by several ex- perienced juniors and the excellent pitching of Arne Thorsland, Oscar Thorsland, John Decker, Don Eckenfelder, and Joe Hertel, Teaneck is undoubtedly one of the finest teams in the county. Bill Hardy Jim Balquist COACHES CERVINO AND ARMSTRONG Joe Hertel Bud Miller Front Row' A. Thorsland, Eten, Balquist, Miller, O. Thorsland, Hertel, Esoinosa, Hardy, Pashe, Decker, Eckenfelder, Kcederich Second Row: Coach Cervino, Gerille, Fraser, Botyos, Francis, Goldklang, Mair, Luongo, Jacobson. Tolorneo, Lipson lmgrl Back Row: Greismger lass't mgrj, Jaeger, Duffy, Baumbach, E. Thorsland, Brown, Manno, Stoll, Ferrante, Naas, Steinberg Cass't mgrg. 5W ' K 'Nl 2:23 f!r.'fj Av -v' ' "' ,- n , if - - ,. V" ff, X RA gg' , ", 23 ' f- , f nf Q , ,V Qi H, .3 Q H . J . 4, . sl ,. ' '. 4' . "f 4 , ' . 'fl ' fa. f 4- f. "Q J .f if , - ., , 4 w M 'IAC f q gg ,- " , 'E f'f'v.,7 I .. .-.cff 5v,2,f.' ' ' 4' I! K' ' ' - .- v , -" 'I 'A s I , vi ' , mo . . , 4. , ui ' ' ,. 7 M G 'H' xx? 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U - -, .xv ,,.. f- l-fr'-4 M ia . 5 '- - ' - .. 7 ' A. k fl -r-A 'W' 3' ,nv bftj P, TENNIS Going for their ninth league championship in as many years, Coach Jim Carter's tennis team looks like a good bet. Captain Paul Rothman and returning letterman Dick Zimmerman will be backed up in their ef- forts by seniors Ted Carron, Bud Carrey, and Andy Sklover, and several promising under- classmen. Front Row: Carron, Sklover, Rothman, Zimmerman, Carrey Back Row: Lehman, Stein, Fink, Camora, and Coach Carter COACH CARTER l I 6 Dick Zimmerman Paul Rothman, Captain .Kun 2 vu , --., fflk-w-fig , Y -. ,X aw. ..v...-.4-.M-W "4-masks: wr. .4 ..,.,, N ww' 'A -VT. ' .,., g L., -u-q,. wg.. --.4-.., , , ,Q--3, i. . 6-A+... . 'N WW ,'tuq..,.-, QQ - ,. .fjsm ,,, f3g'..i3 :.- - - W , , W fy- aw- .arf Q'l'5 . QB. : ,iQm4, :sf-Q:-wsxv W6 M A lu 1 2 X .f ,sa-1 S.. - ' X , 5 yi r Q Q' I 9 , P -W I 22 . .s f up .f 1 ,Q 1 ,f -2' 'I ' v Y ' s K g X X 5 f W !?'X'!'Q?N, 4, 1 9 M wg 54 V' 1, wfw .cx V , N2 3 V Qi sf k H f V ifzyf- F e? fp i"fi4f4e A T ' R 31 U K . :gt 577, . X " , . il if 3,8 5 X . 'I Va., A 4 gf W 2 ?. , Q , ex nh QQ ' F 9 , Q 9 iw ' 3 'Hr-V JI A new addition to the Teaneck High School sports scene this year was the creation of the JV cheer- leading squad, captained by Priscilla Archibold and Elaine DeGenaro. The girls did a fine job of cheering the JV football and basketball teams on to many victories. They were also Q 1 seen cheering with the Varsity lf cheerleaders at the Thanksgiving x Xa Y N game. K T, DEL ff ll l B Siherzr 1 . I - ina T f' 4 . i Q P . . I 4 ffi suse ' Archibald ' Karen Barbara Sue 3 F W I Lowry l Goldfinger DUSBII K I E , 'l L Cindy White Qu. ff' 4 4' Q 79 u BRL Ch, , ww D yo Ronni Linda 120 Eileen F 1 Glenda Jan Mimi "WE'VE GOT THE PEP, WE'VE GOT THE STEAM" Captained by Mimi Garnier, the l957-l958 Cheer- leading squad in their traditional blue and white uniforms led enthusiastic rooters on at football and basketball games and at pep assemblies and pep rallies throughout the fall. The girls were chosen in the spring of 1957 on the basis of poise, ability and coordination and did a fine job all year long. Our vivacious and lively squad consists of Linda Carter, Ronni Dragna, Mimi Garnier, Elaine Gershon, Barbara Goldman, Glenda Koeppel, Jan Korb, Marge Lau, Ginny Mayer, Holly Micheletti and Eileen Winn. Marge Barbara X I Elaine 3 Holly Ginny I I ,4 5 1 - , ' uumxwf' 'JM 11313 :fu , V W. ml w WM .L,Rx s11 f if 'ir Q .jx m fi Q ...I an Q, x ' x f W X .f . f' - gQ"""" "'4"T'T""' ""f' ' ' n MJ. ni .sfmm m W Eli? .gk A 1 V .if .Wy ' i- ,i,4i' "di, ,,, iw . ga , 1 f wif, Mg, . , AZ 3 if J' 5523, 2 v 1 ,ww W af-,EM ,, ,Q ,J f, ' hiivbf'-mv., W ! X 1 , ' L 21 5 5, 2 - .- -4-- F ' wwf 'e '. L.J.i Q-, A ' as 4, i It 'M n 4 K ' " ug - -..- - ' 3 f x ' X ,.. J ..-....f..-.,,, V , ' 8 a X f 2 . veit-?iT'Tff1f1T2'1 Hifi ffilf A V1 Q1 A 1 A V ' 1 Qing Q -, ' lk, 4' 1" F ' ' ' V I' A' .A-ww, , W 'V -f" ' 'uk fm FAU' ,ls 5-.fd Q ' 'S' ' K N- 3' xml iffjkik ' - y 5"',s' i5"'1W:' ' ' 54 ' f LH ' 1' -1 1 "LM" "N 'Q , . ' " ' M , ' 1 W U X X 'WQ7 A 'sq , A 'I . Q , 'V gy- . fs-fa e ,, .- I - - - n 1 nfwmfa.. 2 f iffy- .- -6 f- L . . .-. Q-vm .gl .. V . PM 'x ' ix K ggi 'X X - - .' qi 5 A., V A, I . - E .- f ,,-.1 -' - g "'- "'- K1 Ui m is fx use ' K L , ,,.,,...1 I ' ,., . we 2 V, V , Q y M :W m A A ,4 30? ,. Hifi JAN GREEN Captain The Senior Band of Teaneck High School turned in another year of fine performances, both indoor and outdoor. The autumn season was brightened by the frequent appearance of the band at home and away football games and T.H.S. pep assemblies. Their concert in February provided an enjoyable evening for a record turnout crowd. The year was brought to a close by marching in the Memorial Day parade and playing the traditional "Pomp and Circumstance" for graduation. VIRGINIA MOEST Head Maiorette SHCW The music of the theater presents enter ent and respnte trorn labor to the talnm populace Our clubs Teaneck Hugh Schools ounterpart of such muslc provlde students with extra curricular ac IV y clubs are an lmpor rt of our hugh school ments For thus reason tant and necessary pa program C . ' . ' f ' t' it in spare rno- .,, 5 s C f ,M M ,f ey mf of AQ. 22 few 2 2 'W-M Q 'l fl 1.12, " 4, ,W ,fl :fjA ,fb Qmj I WA ,.,lWfW. ZW..9L'f,.,' Life on the Mississippi, written and directed by Donna Barnes was concerned with the iives and ioves of peopie on the Mssissippi, Pete Burr, Dorothy Kenny and Caroi Cuieger piayed the ieads as Biiiy Wickett, Denise Beauregard and Amanda Barton respectiveiy. Amanda, as the daughter of river boat piiot Captain Barton, faiis in iove with Biiiy Wickett. But kismet is not favorabie and a traveiing Frenchman, Louis Beauregard and his niece Denise book passage on Captain Barton's boat, the "Amanda B.", onty to have Biiiy faii head over heefs in iove with Denise, The romance progresses rapidiy, much to the dismay of Amanda, untii Uncie Louis is found guiity of steaiing Captain Barton's money to make up for money he iost whiie garnbiing. Denise refuses to stand by Biiiy when h is uniustiy accused of steaiing the money and at iength Amanda has a chance to prove her iove by defending Biiiy. The musicai comedy ends happiiy as Uncie Louis is forgiven nd Biiiy and Amanda are united. Other principais in the cast were Donaid Urban as Louis Beauregard, Frank Battafarano as Captain Barton, Art Brown as Jefreys the garnbier, and Barry Kaufman as Sammy the cabin boy. The show featured music by Jerome Kern, George Gershwin, Sigmund Romberg, Johnny Mercer and irving Beriin. tiiiiiiizi X958 47l' lf- 44- JUFE THE MISSISSIPPI AHANDAB SE IOR CHOIR "Irs A GRAND NIGHT Fon SINGING" Renewal of activities was the keynote of the Senior Choir this year under the director- ship of Mr. L. K. Hayford. The choir once again took its place singing at assemblies and put on a production entitled Life on the Mississippi in March, They sang at the annual Christmas show, participated in the Bergen County Music Festival in May and completed the year by singing at Baccalaureate and Com- mencement in June, The choir at present numbers more than eighty members and can be proud of its accomplishments in the musical field, as it upholds its previous fine standards. THE CHRISTMAS ASSEMBLY MR. L, K. HAYFORD Director 3 gg f- X ' A .X ,. . if IS' a 5545 5 3, A V 1 ,. if-K ., ,Q 3 5. , f R biuffl' v 4 11' fa X- V, '- ,A 1 4 ,.5Ji-".. 51. 'A 1 v 'fy 1 I V1 ' T ' 'i 52 . 4 J ,5 fi ' 4 ag H. .y A . ' ' i lf, I A 5' I E A4 ng-irqfg I-'egg 3, Q 'P ffAs:f.11if5 ' Q. g xg ! f .V.kL.-a .f 2,5 I Y t ,... . Q 1 f o o c '95 ,., Q RNEJ' Q E 315 I ,iw ' 95 L XJ' --gt ' .4 D QE ig E ,- .A J V h V 1 K jx u I 1 ' 0' fl ,HI he - O 21175 All Jersey - S.P.A.N.J., ,575 First Place - C.S.P.A., ,53-,575 N.S.P.A. '56, '57 'MISS V. CUNDARI DONNA BARNES Advisor Editor-in-Chief SUSAN EPSTEIN and LORY SHILS The Te-Hi News U A . EDITORIAL BOARD Editor-in-Chief ................................,............,,......... Donna Bames News Editor ........ , .,.,..,...............,..,.....,.... . .................... Foy Moore Copy Editor .....,...,.,..... ,....,.,. . .,............,...,. ..... M y ra Zorn Feature Department ...,. ....... A lice Jacobs, Leslie Bialler Sptrts Editors .......,..... .......,..... A rt Brown, Joel Faber Cartoonist ,...,............. .....4,...,,.4......,......,. D ennis Rettew Photography .,..,,....,..,..............,,.... Jerry Hoffman, Ken Miller Exchange Editor . ........,,............,............,.....,......,. Phyllis Cohen Head Prcofreader ..,.....,.,,......,...,...........,.........,..... Alice Daborn EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS Sue Epstein, Sandra Gamow, Lory Shils BUSINESSS STAFF Advertising Manager ..,.,.,....,.,,,.,.,..........,,.,.... Ira Tannenbaum Circulation Manager ...,.........4,..............,............,... Joan Halperin Business Manager , ..... ........ , .Nancy Raphael Publicity Manager .....,..,.......,....,.........,...,...... Linda Sue Meyer Secretary-Typist ,..... , ....,..,.,,.......,,.,......,.,..,..,.,...... Carole Trieller FACULTY ADVISERS Editorial , .,...............,......,....,,... .......... , , Miss Vincentine Cundari Advertising and Circulation ...,.. ....,............ M r. Marlo Amato 130 i A Carol Trieller, Ira Tannenbaum, Joan Halperin, Mickey Wolfberg, Phyllis Cohen and Linda Sue Meyer 2 i, 1 15 Foy MOORE MYRA ZORN ALICE JACOBS LESLIE BlAl.LER "GOOD NEWS" Efficient reporting, fine writing, good sports coverage, and interesting features-these typify the award-winning Te-Hi News. This omnibus, for there is something for everyone in each issue, has served as a unifying bond between the upper and lower classmen as well as the student body and faculty. A new feature of The Te-Hi News this year was the successful sports issue. Under the editorship of Donna Barnes The Te-Hi News has once again been a welcome part of the I957-l958 Teaneck High School scene. :Q il lfllk i2'fiff ART BROWN JOEL FABER I ALICE DABORN DENIS RETTEW "THERE'S NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS" MISS H. SMITH Advisor This year, under the capable guidance of Miss H. Smith, the Playcrafters have been one of Teaneck High's largest and most active groups, The club distinguished itself early in the year with a highly successful production of STAGE DOOR, in which most of the club had some part. g: Marla Dombrow, Vice-Presidentg Judy Weiss, President Standing: Joanne Juel, Secretaryg Miss H. Smith, SPOFTSOV' 'lvl' t e cf y 4 'na em Ki 'r t ter She is ac POBERTA JACOBS KTERHYJ Sem 3' .. y remembfr ' tin order of apPeu-uzCoI Eg berfas pericrmaric " s. .e " at the Teanerk C' ngnzurzi y Cen- Bemelge Njemeyef , M QVVVQIQ .,.w-....,VV QVQA VAA, V A V MCI LEVINE . ' vive in French Cub, Playraffers, and is 'z'i:e-gres.' Q33 Brandy V V V BARBARA BRIQYMAN of the Teaneclc Speakers. Roberta also received a superior" Meme k-,V--v,, ,vrvu Arrvvrr- ,--g I V , V V A,,AA,Y-,x-, ANITA DAVIS rating for radio spealnng at Terrirfe University Speech Festgvaf. MMV Ha,-Le, rgg 1,4554 ,,'-' 11:51 KAYE Roberta intends to rnacr in speech urcn entering coieqe. Mary Mgggure 1.1559 Maryj --'-V.-- H BARBARA SORIN MARVIN GOLDKLANG KDAVIDJ X is a newcomer to Faycrafters Frank, -V - -- 3 - f- ---' - '--- b-H-I-ECN COOKE but he has been acuve in many schoci activzties, cne of Them M?d?'m9 Yiljlflim fr f- f '-f-- ---- f f -'ANDREA BAHISON being the French Club. In future years, you may find Marv de 5 WCW Cifffe-C - - - -lUDlTH WEISS fending his cases in court. r Sm Bmqfcck - ,--- B MCE? Bl-Elf RICHARD GOLDWASSER acorn: L Richard asv: Q convincing fl ,Gil gflfglfga ""' " SSQARABQB, performance in last years production, "Page of Destinyh. After? Linda Shave- 'A -"' BOBBIE HILLEL Qraduaticn, he plans to enter pre-med schcoi. jean Mamtand H PHOEBE ALLMAN IUDITH WEISS UUDITHJ X plans to maicr in Dramafics after Bobby Melrose ,... , ., SALl.Y HILLSMAN graduation. Besides our own T.l-l.S. producmons, she appeared in Kendall Adams . SUSAN HOCHMAN the professional production of "A View From ihe Bridge" whife 1 Susan Paige . . PHYLLIS COHEN working as an apprentice at the Ncr'h Jersey Playhouse, Iudy Y Terry Bandall ..,,..... BOBERTA IACOBS also holds the office of President of the Playzvafters, and :he re- 3 Pa' Devne SHELIA GINSBERG ceived an "ouis'and:ng" award from the Ternrle University tl Sam Hastings , . ..,, ROBERT SPONHEIMER Speech Festival. rf SC limmy Devereaux ARTHUR BROWN IDHGEBE All-LMAN UEAJVJ ,Y,, has had 5 qfpdr dwg Q! exrenpnse Fred Powell . f CHARLIE WElSS with the Y.M.H.A. dramatic workshop. Alter college, a career in lfvu- Muhauser ,, ,, FRED LALLI the theater or English field is next on the agenda. A retest news 5 pavld Kmgsllf' -'-' -- MARVIN GOI-DKI-ANG roi-crtt-r and feature writer, Phoebe is also on the adverising 8 'elm Burgess ----',-- RICHARD GOLDWASSER may of ,179 1958 HLWGYA Mrs. Shaw , .... ...... FLORALEE HOBWITZ ANDREA isrisisow tiwiociiivsi X- Brands sine-eyed "Andi" lf' Rgffall 'r'-- 't-a D AVID WYHE is not only an active participant ot the Playcrafters, but is also Einylksl Snell!" " """ "" R OBERTA TANSMAN President oi Teaneclc Speakers. She has received extensive train- L 'En Vinwlc ""' "W MARIORIE GOODSTEIN ing at the Henry St. Playhouse and apprenticed at Woodstock BTW escort "" MARK SCHOENBERG Summer Theater. She rated a "superior" for dramatic interpreta- 5 lil? "" """ ' " ""' ' """"""" ' "" ""' ' NM OUIMBY tion at Temple University's Speech Festival. Adop Gfsff """' ' ' """"""' """"' ' A ' ' "" MIKE HINDEN BEVERLY BRITT tlvfrs. ORCUTTJ x This versitile iunior's interests SEATING not only lie in the dramatic field, but she also is a member of the ACI' I SDdnlSll and Girls Leaque Clubs. You might have seen Bev in Scene l: Footlights Club. Somewhere in the West Fifties, New last years production, "Page of Destiny." York SALLY HILLSMAN KBOBBYJ X gave an outstanding performance Scene 2: One of the Bedrooms. A month later in last years play at the Drama Festival in "Page of Destiny." ACT U Active in Student Council and community service projects, Sally l Scene l: Footlights Club. Mid-morning - A year later is one of our busiest juniors. Scene 2: The Same. Two Months Later MARLA DOMBROW ILOUISEJ N Playcrafters "veep" and active ACI' III participant in dramatics, Marla is also an active member of the Scene l: Footlights Club. Sunday Moming - The following season Teaneck Speakers and Debate Clubs. Scene 2: Foarlighzs Club. Midnight . about two wegkg japer AMMMN Hl-Y "A HYMN TO HIM" SJ' ' f 4. hh . r 1 , i ,I 'D The activities of the Hi-Y this year were many and varied, highlighted by the Heart Hop in February. The club also sent three of its officers to Youth and Government, sold tickets to the various athletic events and refreshments at football games, served at the Board of Educa- tion dinner and had a Father 5 and Son dinner. OFFICERS Sitting: Arthur Brown, President: Peter Burr, Chaplain: Omero Catan, Historian. Standing: Mr. Moore, Advisor: Roger Fitch, Treasurerg Mr. Duperret, Advisor: Tony Wright, Vice President: Mr. Hertz, Advisor: Bud Miller, Corresponding Secretary: Mr. Orcl, Advisor, Douglas Dreyer, Recording Secretary inot picturedl. "THERE lS NGTHING LIKE A DAME" In co-sponsorship with the Hi-Y, the Tri-Hi-Y sponsored the Heart Hop in February. They sold candy in November and Christmas corsages in December. One of their mem- bers was sent to Youth and Government, culminating a suc- cessful year for the club. OFFICERS Sitting: Kit Saunders, Vice President, Carol Suraci, Treasurer: Karleen Brown, Presi- dent: Pat Ziegler, Secretary. Standing: Carol Owen, Historian: Miss E. Smith, Advisor: Viola Sadlier, Chaplain, Alice Abbott, Corresponding Secretary, Miss Foster, Advisor. TRl-Hl -Y 6 7 ,Mg ffHffQf we-x ,. ' 'L , , K,,, ""--A "' ' 5 A f, A X ,L " V V .f5'f.LLbx7: ii' " nf f '-may 6 N ff. 'ff 7568994 lim ,ww - f f:..g5,, ,M K - V4 1 aw . jtrfvg, A M 'i"'1",5,:+,,n , -iQ, , mmmml , 4- midi! 'mf' A M' H 'i Iii' 7 Q' a 1' Q! ,Qs ME' f I 33 i 7 if P , x 'W I , ? V ,V , V, 1 Q' if ? 1-ww Q., rv- 'uf ef A ,W Z Q MA ff' 'U V57 ,..5rmq: M 'ww N 4 :rf W , V Q ,, f- ff J ,S 'ir' ,ww 'tfzwm 9 J ' r 4 W I " 4 ' Q? 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QEQII 9 Et GERMAN CLUB HWUNDERBAR., CLU B F PARXSH The Latin Banquet SgQFREN"fNSgA'fHB Junior Classical Leagu "I'M LEARNING MY LATIN" 141 LIBRARY CCUNCIL "SIMPLE LITTLE SYSTEM" Under the capable leadership ot our li- brarian Mr. Follayttar and his secretary Mrs. Saveker, the Library Council proves their worth daily, Again this year Council members, who volunteer their services in place of a study hall, attended a library convention and had their annual Christmas festivities DEBATING CLUB "SMALL TALK" FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA "CAREFULLY TAUGI-IT" RED CROSS COUNCIL "OTH ER HANDS, OTHER HEARTS" nRT SERVICE SQUAD "PAINT YOUR WAGON" Dedicated tothe service of beautifyihg the school and aiding others the Art Service Squad completed another success- STA G E C R E W ANOTHER OPENING, ANOTHER SHOW ful year, In the fall the club sponsored the Beaux Arts Ball which required guests to come in costume. l'l""ws lnllgsss it RIFLE CLUB "YOU CAN'T GET A MAN WITH A GUN" TWIRLING CLUB "KEEP IT GAY" BOWLING CLUB "LOVELY BUNCH OF COCONUTSH HOME ARTS CLUB "TEA FOR TWO" CHESS CLUB "CHESS AND CI-IECKERSH MUSIC APPRECIATION CLUB "I WHISTLE A HAPPY TUNE" 145 TEANECK SPEAKERS TRAFFIC SQUAD TRAFFIC SQUAD TUDE T SERVICE The Student Service, one of the largest clubs in Teaneck High to- day, does not lack work to do. Daily members of this active club are found directing traffic in the halls. helping out the office personnel, guiding and directing visitors and newcomers to the school and usher- ing at school productions and as- semblies. The club is under the sponsorship of Mr. Sher and Mr. Mion. Racing With The Clock" 146 office sQuAo 1 it 1 1' I KN- '! g,,'- , Y ,' 4 ' qi 'W 0 a'T Q. IIT lk I f.. W ? . - Lv Jar? T. 1 .311 :I-,ugh Tl1,'iT"- 1, 22,1 'fi ' :T T25 sf! I j gy. . xv' K-.tx-4-7' - , y1'g.0 ' .1313 J. .Tr 9, 15' 4 . 1 ln .Mi ' J 3. V -x ,4 . .5-. M , t Yi- A I T 'Ig -t , T . h N ' 3 I 1 Y 5,4 l, - THE HEART HOP "Dancing In The Dark" FEBRUARY 14, 1958 454W N? 4' f 4 -'Gd' 1 au-gl +5'w5:ge,, X.: ? 1 A 'auf v V' ,E ROCK SX A ...A- ..u"' I-M 'Swv' uk if Diff, if' ...QV Qiiggil 0 1.52: X 'I ' Z' 'V, .i , 'l g 3 21' ,,?.' j '.1'-Q X ' , 'J 'g 1 ' -" f iff' ' I --.f -- ' 0 , Quai! ., .. .Y MM , , A ':Jjv,,-f,, -- ' ' ' " ' .A,. . .- . - 5 - ' ' """"""' H' 1 ll 'riff I, ,, HU, A V-,,...,. ,, .,59N4W,,,, -. ,, , , M -1,--wi x h I ' 'K ' . , fsfffs-'J' -if-. , if . .T VKK7 1 4 , K 3 Q 'V N . . . U Q V ., , w -K I 1 X .. I 5, Q , X ' A - - V , Y V QQ i . Q . V .. - -1 5 '. , K F " , 5 V '1 , I N 2 " 1 x f, " ' I' 9 PM ' L 9, . Q 1 - Wy IA , A ' l ,,g1i i"7 ,'pf f" . A l ' YC . ff 13 I F ., , V . - H ' . ,, 144 wil . , 1' xfpng- - ma. - . ' " 37, if Y-1'g,p'f 77 ' ish"-L. s. -F Z f ,1 4 . D ' ' " ' :M f 1 4 - 1 f r id ' J 8 'fx Ns- gx 1 1301 ll' llz l N45 ROLL Ik lest? ' -X Q 'I .":n! in ll' !tx:Il I xv! ',1H 9 x P W B is 'v 4 JN ' 70.974 9 3 -x if 149 f- LITERARY STAFF DONNA BARNES JEANNE CADMAN BUD CARREY JACKI FLAMM MARTY I-IERST ALICE JACOBS NANCY JAHIER KARIN LEVIN JANE MASCOLO RUTH POSKANZER ROZ ROVNER LORY SHILS MIDGE STIMMEL IRA TANNENBAUM SHEILA ZEPPENICK ART STAFF BARBARA CASTOR0 VIRGINIA MAYER ADVERTISING STAFF PHYLLIS COI-IEN Assistant PHOEBE ALLMAN JACKY BIALKIN PAT BRENNAN MARJORIE COLEMAN DALE D'IORIO IRENE DOSHER BARBARA MEYER LINDA PIKE CAROL RATNER HELENE ROD ROSALIE ROFRANO NANCY SCHROEDER LINDA TANNENBAUM LEO WALDENBERG JOAN WALTHER VALERIE CASTORO Editor-in-Chief ALICE JACOBS Assistant Editor MYRA ZORN CU-Literary Edifflf CAROL LAMB Advertising Manager I , if CAROL! TRIELLER Editorial Assistant KN JACKI FLAMM Editorial Assistant JOEL ROSENBLUM Assistant Editor DAVE ROSEN BLOOM Co-Literary Editor SARA SOWERS Business Manager ALICE DABORN Editorial Assistant DENIS RETTEW Art Editor 5. . E 5 s, 4 ' ,fx RONI KAN EGIS Circulation Manager IH? 1958 HI-WAY Teaneck High School, Teaneck, N. J. VALER IE CASTORO SARA SOWER5 CAROL LAMB Editor-In-Chief Busines Manager Advertising Manager May 29, 1958 To be o everyone who made the yearbook possible is a task requiring much more than these two pages. Our printer, photographer and advisers willingly gave us their invaluable advice and, more often, their help. Our teachers, the adminis- tration, the secretaries and our parents were patient with us beyond the point of endurance Without the constant support of th able to express adequate thanks t e student body a dream could not have become a reality From the first nebulous meetin unsuspecting staff last summer to the final ro d p u minutes when we picked up and actually read the 1958 HI WAY we have had gs of a green and a wonderful and certainly unforget table experience We have surmounted what appeared to be the insurmountable and look back on it now and smile older and we hope, wiser Thus the yearbook passes f rom our hands to yours We sincerely hope you will en o th J y e book as much as we have Mas GEARY Mn cnuncn Mn GWBA MR LOWELL ISI Ad IS PUBLISHERS N f A and AGE The musical artistry of poets and Composers would fall unheard were nt not tor the efforts of publnshers and agents The public would miss the beau tuful composutuons ava lable nf there were no people wnllnng to brnng these works to the misses This yearbook could not be publlshed wuthout the gen erous Contnbutnons both of money and of encouragement of our patrons and advertisers L l.'l.E ll E.,3...lll.:.Ylill VALERIE CASTORO- SARA SUWERS CAROL LAMB Edior-In-Chief Business Manager Advertising Manger A yearbook staff, like any business group, must have sufficient funds in order to put out a satisfactory product. Our "product" is the 1958 Hl-WAY and to the following people who, by their kind contributions made it possible for us to reach our goal, we can only say -- THANK YOU. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Agostino Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Allman Mr. and Mrs. K. Asadourian John W. Balquist Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E. Bar-ison Mr. and Mrs. Donovan Barnes Mrs. A. Bartz Mr. and Mrs. Frank Battafarano Mrs. Charlotte Beggs Dr. and Mrs. George Bialkin Nancy Ann Bialler Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blumenstock Mrs. D. Blair Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bogert Mr. lvan Bogert Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs W. Bott Henry J. Bouquet . A. A. Brendle Harry E. Brennan . Soloman Z. Brickman Mrs. Alva Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Brown Mr. and Mrs. S. Frank Brown Sincerely, ,iw Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr: and Mrs Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs J. Harold Burns Frank W. Burr Philip B. Cadman O. E. Cantor John S. Carroll Nicholas S. Carter G. A. Caulfield Herbert A. Chary Jay Chrust M. S. Clark L. Clufterbuck William David Cochran Henry Cohen Samuel A. Coleman H. Ralph Cook, Jr. James Daborn Frank D'Aleo A. J. De Blasio . Clifford Decker Anthony de Genaro Hilda Dickstein Mr. and Mrs. Anthony F. Dilorio Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Doll Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Dombrow Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dorsen Mr. and Mrs. T. Dragna Max Dreier Mrs. C. A. Dreyer Sam T. Dunn Mr. and Mrs. C. Myron Earlin Mr. and Mrs. W. Wesley Eckenfelder Mr. and Mrs. Greighton Eldredge Mr. and Mrs. John V. Ernst Mr. and Mrs. Alex. R. Erskine Mr. and Mrs. P.-Faber Mr. and Mrs. Michael Farina Eleanor Garcia Fernandez Mr. Ed Fudim Mr. and Mrs. Eugene F. Garnier Mr. and Mrs. David Gerstein Mr. James A. Gilbert Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glasier Mr. and Mrs. Milton Goldberg Stanley Goldberg Dr. Norbert Goldenberg Mr. and Mrs. William J. Grady Mr. and Mrs. Gordon A. Green Milton Halperin Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Richard Hans R. A. Hecht Louis W. Herbst, Jr. . Walter J. Hertel Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. McGregor Moses A. Mach C. C. Mahde Edward A. Manahan Wm. Marks Walter Mascolo Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George J. Mayer Austin l. Mehrhof Mrs. Carroll D. Hipp Horace A. Hocking Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Hope Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Meister The Edward Millers Mr. Morris Millstein Albert Schill Mr. and Mrs. W. Schneeloch David M. Schwartz Frank Sedlacek Mr. and Mrs. J. Segal Lillian A. Seiss Louise M. Seitz Mrs. Marian Shelby Mr. and Mrs. Percy S. Simon Mr. and Mrs. Mal Skogland S. W. Solomon Mrs. B. Hargreaves, Jr. Susan Hochman Mr. and Mrs.'John Hirsch Mr. and Mrs. Sidney A. Hass Willard A. Hymes William D. Henry Hilda S. Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A. Jahier Mr. and Mrs. John Jendian Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Jerman Constance Jesuele Mr. William G. Kanegis Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs S. H. Kantrowitz W. H. Kenney Niels O. Knudsen Louis S. K0rb Julian Kramer Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Kuntzevich Mr. and Mrs Geo. F. Lamb, Jr, Mr. and Ms. H. Lamm Mr. and Mrs. Henning Larsen Henry M. Lawn Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lefelt Julius Levi F. W. Lichtenberger G. H. Link Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lipack Mr. and Mrs. Sam H. Lipson Harry Litwin Frank Lobello Joseph Lowell Mr. and Mrs. John J. Ludwigsen Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ellen M. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Molinaro Harold Moore T. C. Muller Nelson N. Matthew Nilssen Mr. and Mrs. Vartan Noroian Mr. and Mrs. A. J. O'Brien Mrs. Frank O'Reilly Mrs. Elsie W. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Otis C. Owen Cyril E. Owen Lester M. Pearce Lawrence Petty Theodore Pierce Robert J. Piper Hy Posner Alex E. Poss Albert Raphael Otto G. Rapp Arnold A. Ratner B. Regazzo George Robertson John J. Rod Sid Roffman Raphael Rosenberg S. J. Rosenblum F. B. Rothman Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Saul Rovner R. L. Rueger V. Sanders Orville J. Sather Helen M. Saveker Robert L. Spinelli Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Stein H. R. Stengel S. Stensland Mr. and Mrs. C. Melvin Stephensen Mr and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stevenson Arnold Stimmel G. Randolph Syverson Harold Tannenbaum Mr. and Mrs. M. Tannenbaum Mr. and Mrs. George M. Theuret Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Thorsland John A. Torgesen J. Tranchetti Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Trembath Mr. and Mrs. Russell Trieller Milton Tucker Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Updegrove, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest C. Urban Mr. and Mrs. Roy Vatiadis W. Van Emburgh Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs, Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Vibert T. Waldenberg John R. Walther Louis Weiss A. R. Werner J. Wignall Weldon Wilber Harry Wilkening Mark A. Ziegler Joseph Zoberg Albert L. Zorn COMPLIMENTS OF GIRLS' LEAGUE Complnments of GWYNN S RESTAURANT 1405 TEANECK ROAD TEANECK NEW JERSEY TEaneck 7 9840 TEaneck 7 3713 TEaneck 7 6800 IRIS BREX BRIDAL GOWNS Custom Made Oruglnals Brldal and Bridesmaid Gowns Formals 1470 CHAMPLAIN SQ WEST ENGLEWOOD TEANECK DRUGS SUMNER FISHMAN BS 939 TEANECK ROAD TEANECK Comphments of J A Y L E N Drshnchve Clothes 509 CEDAR LANE TEANECK W I L M A R S 543 CEDAR LANE TEANECK TEaneck 7 4500 KOBBE Cr FLANNERY Rambler Metropolltan Sales Service H87 TEANECK ROAD TEANECK TEaneck 7 7266 SUNRISE VULCANIZING C0 INC Goodyear Tires Tubes and Batteries See MARTY or PHIL I2I7 TEANECK ROAD TEANECK I56 9 . , N, J. I N 1 H , . , H Ladies, Misses, and Pre-teen Sizes , N. J. , N 'Y . N. J. , N COMPLIMENTS 7fv4NEC'K DINIK 157 Compliments of A FRIEND LOW I TS APPAREL FOR MEN AND BOYS 154 MAIN STREET HACKENSACK TEaneck 7 6236 JOE LEONARD S CYCLE SHOP New and Used Bicycles Parts and Repairs Lawnmowers Sharpenecl 1201 TEANECK ROAD TEANECK JAY MARSHALL THE FINE STORE FOR MEN N 504 CEDAR LANE TEANECK N J Dlamond 2 1428 DUBY THE FLORIST WE TELEGRAPH FLOWERS 187 Mann Street Hackensack Dlamond 2 4841 LYRIC SILK SHOP 205 Mann Street Hackensack N J TEaneck 7 7087 KAH RS BAKERY TEaneck 6 1276 So Appropriate So Appreclafed ENCKE FLOWERS ROMAI NE HARDWARE CO Builders Hardware Electnc Tools Garden Supplles 158 MAIN STREET HACKENSACK CEDAR LANE DEPARTMENT STORE 492 EDAR LANE TEaneck 6 0129 Dlamond 2 4144 Congratulatlons Class of 58 FAMOUS FAIN Reputation for Smart Sportswear 228 Mam Street Hackensack BAR OF BEAUTY Goubaud de Pans Cosmetlcs Costume Jewelry Handbags Glfts N J TEaneck 6 6414 495 Cedar Lane 158 1 , . J. . . . - , N. J. ' , . . 1197 TEANECK ROAD W. ENGLEWOOD, N. J. 135 FORT LEE ROAD TEANECK, N. J. , N. J, C - eck 1 zova sALss senvucs PARTs BEST W'5HE5 ALL MAKE WASHING MACHINE SERVICE SCOTT-YS MARKET .I72 W ENGLEWOOD AVENUE IIS4 TEANECK ROAD TEANECK N J WEST ENGLEWOOD N J k 7 3330 EDMUND WILLIAMSON 8 C0 INC INDIAN WALK FOQTWEAR REAL es'rA'r: INSURANCE R W MARWN M9 me TEANECK Row TEANECK N J ass MAIN STREET HACKENSACK N J TEaneck 6 1967 ,,,,,,...--1--'--"' Ib? ,Q .. .lawns LQHBECK S W DIAMOND RINGS Fme Watches and Jewelry STERLING BY TOWLE GORHAM HEIRLOOM and WALLACE EXPERT REPAIRING HEADQUARTERS FOR CLASS RINGS 466 CEDAR LANE TEANECK N k 7 6491 C mpl me ts of oAsoN LAMP AND sum: ENG JUNG NAND LAUNDRY I348 TEANECK ROAD TEANECK ISSVZ W ENGLEWOOD AVE W ENGLEWOOD N J TEaneck 7 7716 Comphments of LADY ALICE GIFT SHOP Glfh Greeting Cards Costume Jewelry I87 W ENGLEWOOD AVENUE TEANECK I44 CEDAR LANE TEANECK, N J IS9 - U u Q Factory Authorized , TEanec - ., . -, , . , r. I I ., 'I I .1 '-ga .qv .iflzfgffj x ,A 'EIA-if ' V' , , . ' ,nz . I ,..,77 I QIL., . A '. A " L. . , . J. TEanec - o i n , N. J. . . . . - TEaneck 7-6080 HUbbard 7-7030 Dlamond 3-9678 CHARLES GROLL Prime G- Choice Meats - Poultry Restaurants Supplied 1 120 Teaneck Road Teaneck N J 3-9721 HOUSE OF CADILLACS MOBILE MOTORS Fine Cars Wholesale and Retail ROUTE NO 46 lnear circlel VINCE CASTORA LITTLE FERRY N GEORGE T MURPHY 184 W Englewood Avenue W Englewood N J I'Eaneck 6 l77l TEANECK RECORD SHOP Phonographs and Records 449 Cedar Lane Teaneck UNlon 3 0077 Compliments of JOSEPH G DIBERNARDO PERMA CHROME CORPORATION TODD REAL ESTATE AGENCY All Forms of Real Esfate Business Compliments of FASHION KNITWEAR HACKENSACK WESTWOOD TENAFLY IRENE S STATIONERY LUNCHEONETTE TOYS 970 TEANECK ROAD TEANECK N J , . . , . J. O . , . . , N. J. 5304 PARK AVE. WEST NEW YORK, N. J. 751 TEANECK ROAD TEaneck 7-7040 1 160 One of New Jerseys Nncer Furmture Stores Rnght In 'Your Own Back Yard CRD TEANECK ROAD AT CEDAR LANE TEANECK NJ l6l TEaneck 7 2945 MURRAY S MEN S SHOP For the Finest In Men s Wear 1393 QUEEN ANNE ROAD W ENGLEWOOD N J TEaneck 7 2963 BILTMORE FORMAL WEAR CO INC NEW TUXEDOS FOR HIRE Special Prrces for Proms 1340 Teaneck Road Teaneck Wlndsor 4 9760 HUNTER S INN WE CATER TO SPECIAL OCCASIONS 107 Grand Avenue Pallsades Park N Tropncal Flsh Flshmg Tackle QUEEN ANNE PET SHOP Bards Small Amrnals 328 Queen Anne Road Teaneck N J TEaneck 6 1869 AL SAUN DERS FINEST IN MEATS 463 Cedar Lane Teaneck, N J HUbbard 7 5747 PLAGER Cr SONS FURNITURE 190 MAIN STREET HACKENSACK, NEW JERSEY Y Y ., . , N J ! VANITY SHOP a G E The Agency of Personal Service 238 MAIN STREET HACKENSAC k 6 7693 QUEEN ANNE SHOPPE THE FRIENDLY FAMILY STORE 294 UEEN ANNE ROAD TEANEC FORT LEE AND QUEEN ANNE ROADS TEANECK N J INSURANCE SERVICE RUSKIN s sTA'rloNERY TEMCK 6 U00 ' 5 363 CEDAR LANE TEANECK N 384 QUEEN ANNE ROAD TEANECK N JOH PEPE DeLuxe Sales and Service INTERNATIONAL Trucks Parts Service Ir1dustrlalEqunpmer1t ROUTE NO I7 HACKENSACK N J 163 Gifts - Lingerie - Bra nd irdle xperts . K, N. J. i TE nec - Q K, N. J. - T RHEINHART, INC. , - Schoo upplies - Toys - Cards - Notions , .J. Comphments f LADY ROSE FEATURING sPoRTswEAR LINGERIE GIRoLEs BRAS GORMAN DRUG CO MIlk Maud Llp Stlck Milk Maid Beauty Alds 371 MAIN STREET HACKENSACK N LOUIS HAIRDRESSER Iase QUEEN ANNE ROAD J WEST ENGLEWOOD N J TEar1eck 7 9823 CHARLIE S TEXACO SERVICE Mechamcal Service Complete Lme of Accessories TEANECK RD at STATE ST WEST ENGLEWOOD N TEaneck 6 6272 R w LINQUIST ALUMINUM PRODUCTS J 804 CEDAR LANE TEANECK N Complnmenfs of MR and MRS MILTON M ROSENBLOOM Congratulahons Class of 58 Diamond 3 4177 UNIQUE CARPET CO CARPET SALES AND SERVICE 423 MAIN STREET HACKENSACK Congratulahons Class of I958 SOWERS FAMILY TEaneck 6 4045 ROYAL DELICACY SHOP Table Luxunes Calermg Home Made Dellcacles TEaneck 6 O222 s 1909 JULIUS P RICHTER PLUMBING HEATING 486 CEDAR LANE TEANECK N J 339 E PALISADE AVENUE ENGLEWOOD N J AFRIEND SCHOFF 468 CEDAR LANE TEANECK N J TEaneck 7 3I48 WM V MAKRIS V E N D O M E FOR THE BEST IN nELIcATEssEN I77 West Englewood Avenue I64 ' o - - MR. and MRS. SIDNEY MEYER , N. 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I B I ' S 71 ARTHUR BROWN TONY WRIGHT V ce President ROG E R F ITC H Treasurer EDWARD MILLER Corresponding Secretary MEMBERS Joseph Alper Richard Bedart Jack Baxter Charles Booraem Larry Blumberg Ronald Brockmann Gary Brown Richard Cantor Louis Castelluccu Mark Comora Leon Cooke Scott Cross Robert Dickstein George Espinosa Joel Faber Arthur Feinberg Greg Foster Brian Frikert Robert Fudim Bill Garrett President PETER BURR Chaplain DOUGLAS DREYER Recording Secretary OMERO CATAN Historian Russell Gershman Gerald Goldberg Stanley Goldberg Paul Grauer Robert Grossblatt Paul Haggerty Robert Hahn Joseph Hanig Max Hasse David Hertz Robert Jacobs Ira Joseph Michael Kates Barry Kaufman William Kenny Gary Kulhaniian Robert Kunath Robert Lages George Larson Robert Lattes Steven Letelt Barry Leveen G, Kenneth Link Michael Malin Howard Mann Joseph Martire George Mayer Jeff Mayer Mark Metzger Joel Nussbaum Mark Pachman James Pugh Noel Ratter James Reid Kevin Reilly Dave Rosenbloom Richard Rosenkrantz Stephen Roth Paul Rothman Stuart Sarbone Michael Sarner Jack Schatz William Setterstrom David Sheskin Theodore Sheskin Robert Simon Theodore Simon Earl Skelton Howard Solomon Richard Spinelli Jay Stein Leonard Stein Ira Tannenbaum Robert Tucker Peter Vergano Leo Waldenberg Peter Waldman Jerry Walsh Norman Werther George Whitwell Matthew Wolfberg Richard Zimmerman 165 I I 6.- Russell Biddle - Dl3I'T1ODd ESI. TE3neCk TFANK INC- TEANECK CAMERA sl-lov CLOTHING AND FURNISHING CAMERAS SPORTING GOODS 2 Mann Street Hackensack N J 441 A Cedar Lane TGHUGCI4 N TEaneck 7 7850 TEANECK RECREATION sowuuc I0 ALLEYS Aurowmc PIN sPoT-rsns 885 Teaneck Road Opposufe Llbrary Teaneck N J BEAUTY LANE INC PERMANENT WAVING AND HAIR STYLING 163 CEDAR LANE TEANECK N J Tsaneck 7 9772 NEW ENGLAND PIZZA SHOPPE 63 CEDAR LANE TEANECK N IRLANE Where the SMART TEEN AGER Knows the Newest Styles Begun at the Pnces That Are Rlght 157 MAIN STREET HACKENSACK N J TEar1eck 6 3541 PEARL S BEAUTY SALON 565 CEDAR LANE TEANECK N J Best of Luck to the Class of 58 THE TEANECK SHOPPER TEaneck 6 5871 5872 402 Cedar Lane Teaneck N J CO1fax 2 1445 WILLIAM J MULLANE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Complete Kitchen Modernnzmg Attlc Fans Anrcondltnoners Apphances P NAPOLI Cr SONS JEWELERS Hamulton Omega Longmes Boulova Watches Towle Gorham Reed and Barton International Henrloom Lunt Sllverware 773 Kmderkamack Road Oradell N 454 Cedar Lane Teaneck N 13 ' - .-J , ,, ,.J sl-I 's , , . ' ,.J. , .J 166 TEaneck 6-3155 M I N G ' S CHINESE-AMERICAN RESTAURANT 483 CEDAR LANE TEANECK, N. J. K I N G RADIO and T.V. LABORATORIES For Serwce Call: TEaneck 6-2770 B09 ELM AVENUE TEANECK, N. J ELMS TAVERN 6 3 HALVORSEN FLOOR CENTER 221 DEGRAW AVENUE TEANECK N J L 6 1936 6 4341 JOHN P FLANAGAN INC O2 CEDAR LANE TEANECK L 7 6800 TEANECK DRUGS 939 TEANECK ROAD TEANECK N J DUmont 5 4006 A G' B TELEVISION RADIO AND TELEVISION Maywood OradeII 43 South Washington Ave Bergenfleld N PROGRESS PHOTO ENGRAVING CO INC TZ Jou nal Squa e Jersey Cnty N J BARBARA LEE FASHION SHOPPE 1440 QUEEN ANNE ROAD W ENGLEWOOD N ADRIANO FURNITURE CRAFTSMEN 1235 W ENGLEWOOD AVE W ENGLEWOOD N .1 FRANK CONROY PAINTING CONTRACTOR IO FLEETWOOD ROAD DUMONT N J 7 321 RICHARD BUTLER FLOWERS d GIFTS GARDEN SHOP 194 THE PLAZA W ENGLEWOOD N J k 7 6745 KONDES MEATS INC JOHN V MANGANO P D THE PLAZA WEST ENGLEWOOD N J ELM BARBER SHOP TEaneck - IIO Compliments of TEanec - - - TEanec - . , . 8 , N. J. , . ., . I . 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TEanec - - I Compliments of 1 . an , , , , .J 1 9 0 l I ln Hackensac ears Diamond 2 9860 ELAINE SHOPPE MILLINERY COSTUME JEWELRY Brldal Brldesmald Speclallsts 189 MAIN STREET TEaneck 7 7733 CORTLEY CLEANERS IN A Complete Servnce For The Home RUGS DRAPES and CURTAINS Beauhfully Cleaned and Fmushed 145-4 Queen Anne Road W Englewood N B J BERGTON SELLING HOMES IS ouR Busmsss HACKENSACK N J 55 Cedar Lane 393 S Washlngfon Ave Teaneck N J Bergenfreld N J Uwnzck Qguhlxzaimns 366 Cedar Lane A 3 a t SUNDAY MORNINGS The Class of '58 Teaneck High School Teaneck, New Jersey Dear Seniors Teaneck N HUbbard 9 M16 Q THURSDAY MORNINGS June 1958 The staff of The Sunday Sun extends to you congratulations and our best wishes for a happy successful future May we continue to publish ne.-ls of your achievements Sincerely, The Sunday Sun 9 , C. . , , J J y -J- Te neck 6 - 700 ' 217119 junhzzu Sun mhz Sun-lfiulletin 9 c Te neck-Bogo a-Ridgefield Park Teaneck-Rid efleld Park-Bogota 9 1 Q . X COMPLIMENTS px fi Q A V fi?-90. Q :lx OF THE PROGRESSIVE W0 A LIFE INSURANCE CO. I C E C R E A M TEANECK DISTRICT 0 B fNs Irs GOT Hubbard 9 2150 BERGEN REALTY IOO East Sprung Valley Avenue Maywood New Jersey k 6 5502 ALBERSE ESSO STATION 700 708 PALISADE AVENUE TEANECK BERNIE J WAGMAN PAINT CO 225 D GRAW AVENUE TEANECK N SOUTHWIND APTS IOSO7 IOSI7 2nd Avenue G and H CAULFIELD Owners KONDES MEAT INC I387 THE PLAZA w ENGLEWOOD N k698I OLD PLANTATION INN egf AI p fSocalFut s 544 TEANECK ROAD TEANECK N O jk I 40 , 6009 'fo E 40 , , T0 TEanec - - , N. J e , . JOHN V. MANGANO, Prop. - TEanec - 5 Cat rin or I Ty es o i nc ion TEaneck 6-6900 TEaneck 6-0359 - 7225 A. P. LEVIN. INC. WYNDHAM JEWELERS REALTORS JEwELERs - SILVERSMITHS 570 CEDAR LANE TEANECK, N. J, 485 CEDAR LANE TEANECK, N. J Dlamond 2-6709 CONRAD SCHM I DT ANLICKER'S BAKERY sl-HRMER LIBRARY 312 QUEEN ANNE ROAD TEANECK, N. J. 264 MAIN STREET HACKENSACK, N. TEEN-ER 6-6700 - 7058 FREE DELIVERY B R I C K M A N S PRIME MEATS AND POULTRY Specnal Dnscounts and Charge 445 Cedar Lane KOSHER DELICATESSEN nts for Freezer Orders Tea neck N Complnmenfs f A H KOVACS GUILD OPTICIANS CEDAR LANE Inear theatre! TEANECK N J ENgIewood 4 5080 REGAN S PURE FOOD BAKERYS S4 EAST PALISADE AVENUE ENGLEWOOD N Compliments f CEDAR LANE GRILL 749 CEDAR LANE TEANECK N J MUSIC MANOR 30 E RALISADE AVENUE ENGLEWOOD N J CHICAGO DRESSED MEAT CO INC 222 Frelmghuysen Avenue Newark New Jersey LUdIow 4 I622 VISUAL BAG INC VISUAL PACKING VAN CORTLANDT AVE EAST NEW YORK 68 N Y ENGLEWOOD B Cv S GLASS Cr SHADE COMPANY 36 N VAN BRUNT STREET ENGLEWOOD N .I BOOSTERS Kessel s Hardware Stellpes Confechonery Marhnson s Cleaners Corp The Prm! Shop Craug Dry Goods Lane Shoe Repamng Muchael s Bucycle 8 Hobby Shop Student Councul Sheffneld Farms I7I J O ,.J. . O - U SII ,.. ,,J ' o l ., . , . IO . , - 1 K4 D! -- 'T l L I -I, . . . . . . 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