Teaneck High School - HI Way Yearbook (Teaneck, NJ)
- Class of 1960
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Uncle Remus himself would not be able to explain in our language
the values in his teaching, in his wisdom. But, perhaps Brer
Rabbit, the most clever of his friends would have seen and said,
"lt ain't so much dat he tell yuh what he know, as dat he help
yuh understan what yuh didn, know yuh know'd."
MR. JAMES L. WINN, B.S.. M.S.
Board of Education
MISS HELEN B. HILL. B.A., M.S.
"There was never any heart truly great and gra-
cious that was not also tender and compassionate."
The Class of '60 has spent six years under Miss
Hill's supervision. During these years her greatness
has manifested itself in many different fashions, but
we have felt it most through her genuine warmth
Vice Principal in Charge
Vice Principal in Charge
MR. BERNARD 0. THOMAS,
DR. THEOS ANDERSEN. Ed.D.
Superintendent of Schools
"All teaching depends on a certain presentiment
and preparation in the taught." While each new year
was the beginning of a new experience for us, it was
also the consummation of a great deal of preparation
done by others. Dr. Andersen, as supervisor of this
preparation, has made all of our years worthwhile,
for which we are sincerely thankful.
"The direction in which education starts a
man will determine his future lite." Both Mr.
Winn and Mr, Thomas have personally super-
vised our education, Mr. Winn in our daily in-
struction, and Mr. Thomas in the administrative
department. Their guidance can only lead us
in one direction--success.
Sitting: Dr. H. Wein-
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rikson, Mr. A. de Genaro
Mr. H. Green tAttorneyJ,
Mr. F. Burr, Mr. T. Ley,
Mr. G. Larson, Dr. T.
of Schoolsj, Mr. H.
Burdge CSecretaryl. Not
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Mr. L. Roache,
Miss J. Kopf,
Miss M. Haerter, Mrs. M. Casey,
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We thank you for what you have taught
us, in subject and by precept. We thank you
for showing us the difference between super-
ficial knowledge and the deep core of learning
for which one has to dig. Because you were
not easily satisfied with our performance, you
made us sterner judges of our own abilities.
You taught us how to work.
And at every moment you were YOU, for
which we are grateful. Your brisk, almost
stern exterior does not hide, but rather en-
hances, the you that is revealed in eyes that
laugh with us and in a smile, complete because
it is sincere.
You have dedicated yourself to us, Miss
Gertrude Allen, and in our turn we dedicate to
you our l96O Hi-Way with a solemn promise
to profit from your example.
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listening to music.
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He never ponders over anything
too long. His free and easy nature
is not easily upset, although he
does occasionally shout "Holy
Moses" when a plate of "Ronzoni
sono buoni" is placed in front
of him, or when he receives
zeros in mechanical drawing class.
Sometimes he also breaks up with
laughter at his own or others'
It was worth petitioning to keep
Regina in Teaneck High School
another year. Living up to her
queenly name, Regina skates re-
gally. When the ice melts, she
goes swimming, which is another
of her favorite sports. When she
isn't outdoors, she's indoors,
watching television and listening
to records. Regardless of what
she is doing, Regina always
Robert E. Aiello
'Courtesy is contagious,' and if all
people who meet Bob catch it
from him, the age of chivalry will
not die. After 'fearfully leaving
his alma mater, Bob plans to go
to college and become a teacher,
We'll always remember Bob for
the help he was forever willing
to give his many friends in need.
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Sportswise, Jim is up with the top.
He has been awarded trophies in
bowling and basketball, but his
favorite sports are weightlifting
and swimming. Daniel Boone
didn't enioy trapping and observ-
ing animals as much as Jim.
Maybe he charms them with his
Latin American music, his favor-
ite. After studying business ad-
ministration, Jim will be a broker.
"Here she comes, Miss America."
Not yet, but if Sue continues with
her modeling she is bound to hear
this song. lf not her activities in
her church group and the Tri-Hi-Y,
her wit and her interest in others
will lead her to college, teaching
and her ultimate goal, accomplish-
ing something for her fellow-men.
Brain surgeon? This is a career?
Yes, it's a career -Joe has been
planning a long time.
Everyone has to like Joe, not
because it's a law, but because
he's one of the nicest guys
A versatile boy, J-oe loves music
and hero sandwiches.
Realization of one's ambitions is
important to Joe.
Ellen is best described by her
friends as a good and sincere
friend. Always fun to be with.
this girl is active in many school
organizations. Also a fine student,
Ellen received Sequence Honors.
When not in school, Ellen likes t0
window shop, listen to pop or
semi-classical music. Ahead lies
college, then a teaching career.
Resembling the Greek god of the
sun minus his chariot, this modern
Apollo churns across the track as
a miler on the team. l-le loves
sports, both participating and
writing about them as the sports
editor of the Te-Hi News. After
doing his homework Steve ears
breakfast. Enjoy it while you
may: In medical school who has
time to eat?
Patricia Ann Ashford
Heads or tails, whatever way you
look at it, it's Penny. She has a
priceless sense of humor and in-
valuable athletic prowess which
insure her success as a physical
education teacher. Marching along
on her fleet feet, Penny plays a
"fare" flute. Boys are always
chasing "Rainbow" girls, of which
Penny is a member.
Arth ri. 1Lat. arthica-a jovial,
l.An Arth is characterized by a
jovial bounciness, a powerful
laugh, a happy smileg hence an
Arth creates good humor, causes
smiles, laughs, and chuckles
with no effort.
2.A sports enthusiast.
3.A capable nurse.
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She's a female Enrico Caruso.
Entering advertising field is her
desire. No wonder, she has
great art and creative abilities.
Dede will never forget her great
teachers in her junior year. She
invented a wooden support for
golf balls called a Dede Tee.
Either singing or dancing, she
will achieve her well-deserved
These are the Baer essentials:
consummate charm, wonderful wit,
plenteous personality, opulent op-
timism, playing piano. What does
Ellie plan to do with these Baer
essentials? She plans to take up
the Good Neighbor policy as an in-
terpreter of the Spanish language.
We wish you mucho success,
Betty Ann Ascher
Euterpe, the muse of music, must
have visited Betty Ann when she
was younger in order to have
given her so much talent. Betty
hopes to use this talent to enter-
tain millions with her musical
compositions. Lively conversation
and skill at bridge are two of her
diversified talents. Success will
follow Betty Ann as surely as CMI
Ellen Jane Bailey
"A cheerful temper will make
beauty attractive, knowledge de-
lightful and wit goodenaturedf'
Ellen proves the truth of this
statement. Her individuality, as-
serted by her beautiful eyes, will
be appreciated as much by the
students of the college she
chooses as it has been by us,
.Character and personal force are
the only investments worth any-
thing." Her investments have
already paid off. Per annum she
has received: tenth grade - presi-
dent of Leader's Club, eleventh
grade-veep of Student Council,
twelfth grade-Junior Citizen of
the Month Award. When Cathy
leaves, a little bit of Teaneck
High School will leave with her.
Headed for teaching,
A Playcrafter supreme,
Helaine is a credit
To any school scene.
Fond of talking
And full of pep,
"Boy are you stupid"
lf you think she's not hep.
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Kenny is as nice a guy as anyone
can find, "Barr" none. Kenny is
a fine athlete, baseball, basket-
ball, and football ranking'high on
his list. You'll also find him
driving around in his "bomb."
Kenny holds special memories for
Mr. Dubin and Mr. Slater. Kenny
will enter the printing business.
Hopes to make a lot of money.
Edward R. Baumbach
He may be called "Easy Ed" but
he has the courage of his convic-
tions and endorses his beliefs by
living them. After good back-
ground as standout end on the
football field this year, Ed plans
to teach physical education. Not
a one-sport man, he's almost ready
to be assigned a golf handicap.
With his looks and personality,
golf will be the only thing at
which he's handicapped.
Gary will never forget Mr. Headly's
algebra class-last year. Gary
will never forget our fabulous
football team-last year. He
likes: riding in Caminez's car
with the top down, tennis, water
sports and honesty in others. Who
will ever forget his schnozz in a
"That's cute." What's cute? She's
cute, Marsha Baumfield. A sDrin-
kle of freckles, a long brown pony
tail and bright blue eyes may be
characteristic of a million girls,
but add tuna fish sandwiches
and carrot strips and you've got
Marsha. Her experience in dood-
ling will help her interpret ink
blot tests when she becomes a
Linda Gail Baron
A call resounds, "A
nurse! My kingdom for a nurse!"
and Linda will come
straight from nursing
either because she likes drama or
has become a nurse. At any rate,
she is planning to go to nursing
school and does participate in a
Drama Club. On the side, she
listens to progressive jazz and
After high school Fred says he'll
servehis hitch in the Navy. Dur-
ing his- spare time as a sailor Fred
will Venioy either remembering our
glorious '58-f59 football season,
turning on his favorite radio sta-
tion, which will be playing rock
'n' roll or himself playing a really
9005 game of rough and tumble
Diane Monica Marie Beatty
"Happiness is the supreme obiect
of existence." Diane is not only
pleasing to the heart, but also to
the eyes. Her wonderful sense of
humor can raise anyone's spirits.
This zany gal loves progressive
jazz and Thanksgiving day football
games. Because of her artistic
talents, Diane will have no trouble
in the field of art or fashion.
Football and day-dreaming
Are close to Fran's heart.
She helps out in the V.P.O.
And really does her part.
She hopes to be a stewardess
Her home will be the skies,
She'll always be remembered
For enormous blue eyes.
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Would put the horse behind the
First she'll work as a secretary
And then go onward into art.
Rita has a lot of talent,
Employed by the Art Service Squad.
She's known for her shoe col-
Which, to put it mildly, is odd.
"Margie, l'm always thinking about
you, Margie." After all, one look
into those beautiful blue eyes
and you would tool Getting a
warm welcome at her arrival in
T.H.S. will never be forgotten. if
friendliness, sincerity, and warmth
are assets for happiness, then
Margie has no problem. Endless
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march through Georgia was some-
thing you've never seen Berman's
march through an opposing soccer
team, Dave's always neat as a
pin in his dress and on the
wrestling mat. After high school
Dave plans to engineer his way
into a college of engineering.
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You'll probably see an oyster
wearing a pearl necklace before
you'll see Russ sitting home doing
nothing, He's got to be doing
something. Russ loves dating,
football, and all water sports. It
took loads of material to make
Russ's De Molay jacket fit over
his 6' 5" frame. Russ has one
persistent habit, howeverg he
keeps making friends tof all the
Don't draw any conclusions about
Mickey until you have seen Mickey
draw. She is wonderfully adept
with any medium of art, be it
oils, pastels, charcoal, et. al.
Mickey's colorful personality and
warm insight are also reflected in
her art work as well as her tech-
nical skill. We paint a bright
future for her.
Richard bears the weight of re-
sponsibility well. He admirably
carried 'Old Glory' with its forty-
eight stars, perhaps due to his
weight-lifting, but could he handle
fifty? Among his other star-
studded achievements are singing
in the church choir, and being a
star scout and scoutmaster.
Richard fulfills his own ideal of
physical fitness and firm character.
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and words that burn." lt is
apropos that this phrase almost
approaches a description of Abby,
who loves the arts, whose enthus-
iasm for all she does makes others
enjoy sharing her rich and varied
experiences, whom we will always
remember as one remembers a
Barbara Aline Blanchard
Directions for a "shortie" souffle:
Take one cup of spirit, a dash of
individuality and a dash of loaf-
ing. Add beautiful hands and eyes
and an interest in modern dancing.
Flavor with one red wig and bake
at torrid temperature. iEnough to
make anyone faint on the march-
ing fieldl. This "shortie" souffle
will major in psychology in college,
Arthur V. Block
A. V. Block is a newcomer to
Teaneck High School. Yet June,
1960, will find him enriched by
many newfound friends. An af-
fable guy, he has a remarkable
talent for fooling around with ham
radios and HiFi sets. He enjoys
classical music and handball es-
pecially. This boy has all the
qualities to achieve his goal-
Blumberg adj. !Lat. blumbus-
1.Pertaining to constant activity.
Z.A blumberg person may mean
one who is tall and lanky, who
likes to eat, and who enjoys
tennis and basketball.
3. More specifically, used to mod-
ify those vvho are always busy
with school activities, from
service organizations to Hi-Way
A book, is a book, is a book.
Adrienne hopes to be a librarian.
She was secretary of the New
Jersey School Library Councils
Association and active in the
school library council for three
years. In her spare time she
enioys reading and listening to
records of all kinds.
If Ruth ever becomes a lady
Senator, they'll have to abolish
the filibuster privilege. This gal
can really talk, but her friends
wouldn't have it any other way.
She's as neat as a pin land you
know how neat they arel. Always
on the move, always eager for a
great time, Ruth would get bored
in a two flight elevator ride if
she wasn't doing something.
Ellen G. Blaney
When it comes to school spirit,
"Blaney" is in step.
She's headed for nursing
Brimming with pep.
Where there's Sports or Leaders'
That's where she'll go:
She's charitable and friendly
A pleasure to know.
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Straight-shooting Ernie is gunning
for success after high school. He
sets -his sights on being a big shot
in his own gun-smithing business.
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eventual work in his fathers busi-
ness. A fine replica of the
American teenage male, Jim en-
joys various sports, rock 'n' roll,
girls and sleeping. His friends
find him an understanding and
faithful companion and will re-
member him for this as well as
his knack for get-ting eighth
He plays guitar but is not Elvis
Presley. Loves folk music but
isn't a member of Kingston Trio.
Reads pocket books but .isn't an
English teacher. Bombs around
in his Studebaker but doesn't even
know Lance Reventlow, Loves
girls as shown by "Wowl Did you
see that girl?" Who could it be?
None other than "Fips" Braendel.
"Look down, look down that lone-
some road" and you'll see Eric,
affectionately known as Boozewell,
running UD to get another intra-
mural letter as a track star. When
recuperating from a long day's
run, Eric plays the guitar or throws
around a basketball or football.
Getting off the beaten track, Eric
l'l0Dg2s to someday be an electronics
Writer of that famous song-"I
could have danced all year," She
loves dancing so much, that every
place she visits, the rugs are
already rolled. Boy, can she talk!l
"You're kiddinof' Yes, we are.
ln reality, Sue is chock full of
friendliness. When Susan becomes
a nursery school teacher, Mother
Goose will lose her job.
Steve A. Bott
It's Bott to be good. There's no
botts about his grand old party.
Besides attacking F.D.R. Steve digs
Rocky and hockey, ie. Rockefeller
and the New York Rangers, After
college Steve plans to teach and
later go into government service.
Steve always amuses everyone with
"l don't know anything. I didn't
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See the U.S.A. in his Model A,
None of these new-fangled mod-
ern cars for Kelley, His six foot
three frame iust won't fit. A
"bowler" from way back, if he's
not in a bowling alley, he's taking
care of his bowls of tropical fish.
If you've got any secrets, tell
Kelley. He knows how to get news
circulated and should keep every-
body in college well-informed.
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THS with his wonderful sense of
humor, his sincerity l"who did the
Chemistry homework?"l, his abil-
ity to fix cars and hi-fls, and his
swinging interest in progressive
jazz, Ronnie will also leave his
imprint on whatever he does in
the future. He plans to become
a photoengraver after college.
Richard Charles Breunich
With a cloud of smoke, with a
hearty bang, the Lone Chemist
rides again. Rich's basement is
chock full of chemical equipment
and an insect collection that won
prizes at the North Jersey Science
Fair, "Oh great!" says Rich and
he is. A loyal friend, Rich will be
a welcome addition to any science
"Welcome ever smiles and farewell
goes out sighing." All through
high school we've smiled with Pat
who was welcome everywhere, not
only due to her cheerful smile
and pretty face but also for her
willingness to work hard. Now it's
farewell to this linguist, already
speaking Spanish fluently, who
will be studying Arabic at the
American University of Beirut.
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When you come to it, here's one
bridge who is never cross, After
finishing college Bob wants to
enter the world of business. After
school he enjoys fooling around
with his car. His rollicking sense
of humor will help Robert bridge
many a gap in the future.
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-to cavort graciously while
enjoying just about everything!
'l. To be cheerful and friendly
toward others, to make friends,
to be kind.
2. To try sincerely to do one's
3. To enjoy sports, rnusic, dancing.
"Music hath charms . . ." Gene,
who loves music and someday
hopes to become a music profes-
sor, also has many. The charm
of musical speech has brought her
many awards in N.F.L. The charm
one gains from diversified inter-
ests also belongs to Gene. She
likes classical and folk music,
drama and driving, Plato and
Barbara beamed brightly in biology
class. Tri-Hi-Y's trusty transcript-
er in her senior year. lt seems
service, singing and socializing are
special to this senior. Presiding
over pre-adolescents will occupy
her post-pedagogical years. We
bestow our blessings upon her.
Ellen Hall Brotherton
"Three treasures-love, and light,
and calm thoughts." Ellen, whose
name means "light" in Greek, has
these three. She is a "great
friend," "sincere," and "honest"
She plays the oboe in the regional
band, concert band, and the
orchestra, and enjoys all kinds of
music. Nursing is her chosen
Carol Ann Brizzi
To Carol belongs a voice that can
be heard gaily shouting, "For
crying out loud." To Carol belongs
a lively spirit and sense of humor
that make everyone around her
happier. To Carol belongs enjoy-
ment of reading, T.V. and driving,
And all these belongings will be
shared with her college friends
and the high school class she
Men in uniform hold a fatal
attraction for women--a fact
which is pleasing to Gary, whose
tentative plans for the future in-
clude a career in the Service and
whose list of interests includes
girls. But this tall, handsome
senior doesn't need the uniform.
His personality and sense of humor
will help him reach all of his goals.
Kurt G. Brown
Kurt, whose name means "able in
council," has lived up to his name
by actively participating in many
school organizations. The student
council, library council, class cabi-
nets and many other clubs have
all benefited from his reliability,
good naturedness and sense of
humor, Kurt goes in for arts and
crafts-liberal arts and sailing
Ambrose is one of the few people
in -the school who could find help
quickly in darkest Africa. He
plays the bongos. He also enjoys
the more American pastimes of
dancing, driving, TV, and the in-
ternational one of girls. On the
local scene, he will never for-
get the '58 Hackensack game.
Ambrose will join the service and
see the world.
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for her good humor, intelli-
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Accounting field holds a bright
future for Dave.
Veracity and the desire to reach
the top are qualities admired
Each of Dave's pastimes points
him out to be an outdoors type.
Let's burst in on Burstein. If he's
not with a girl or weightlifting
he's probably watching T.V. or
tuning in on Rand R. Dentistry
awaits Howie after college. At
least it's a career he can sink his
teeth into. Whatever he does
takes "no sweat" and is sure to
lead to fun.
Larry Buxton is a really good Sport
He's been out for the cross country
and track teams. ln addition to
his valiant efforts in the sports
arena, 'Larry serves as the sports
editor for the Te-Hi News. Larry
who really digs jazz, has been a
member of the band for three
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who can keep control of them-
selves when everyone else is
furious. No matter what he's
doing he is always fun. This in-
cludes playing tennis, golf, foot-
ball or listening to jazz. So far
Jon is uncertain as to what field
he will enter, but whatever his
choice is, he'II have fun doing it.
Michael Patrick Caputo
Good sportsmanship is something
Mike admires in others, and it is
fitting that this should be one of
his outstanding traits. Mike dem-
onstrates this fine quality through
his interest in sports and rlflery,
at which he is an expert. A
friendly nature, fine sense of hu-
mor, and outstanding scholastic
ability will surely lead Mike to
success as an engineer.
Sandra Lee Campbell
"You can't get a man with a gun,"
and this young equestrian doesn't
need one. She has a disease known
as enthusiasm, very contagious,
catching many innocent bystand-
ers. When she gets off the horse,
she's ready to start dancing. Part-
ners are not difficult to find.
Neither are friends and colleges,
which can't resist her cute chatter.
"Poodles" will never wind up in
the dog house, she can't be
chained down that long. Let's
bone up on her favorite memories
at T.H.S. She cheered the loudest
at the Hackensack game. "Cool"
remarks and her singing endear
her to her friends. Joyce hopes
to land a secretarial job and we're
sure she'll work doggedly at her
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Behold-Vicki who is friendly,
sincere and always willing to help
Beware-of the charms of this
senior who spends her free time
reading and listening to rock 'n'
Bemoan-the loss of Vicki from
T.H.S. to the world of business
for which she has been prepared
by Mr. PowIey's bookkeeping class.
Neil probably has more friends per
square inch than anybody else in
T.H.S. That's an accomplishment,
since he has more square inches
to contend with. Neil has all the
qualities of becoming 'Joe Busi-
nessman! He's treasurer of this
year's Varsity Club where he is
busy absconding with the funds.
'That's fantastic! You can't miss
having fun around Neil.
Eddie is proud that he's a 20th
century Viking. A great deal of
his spare time is spent "with the
guys" of the club. Eddie has the
knack of always being able to
make you laugh. There's never .a
dull moment with Eddie. "Don't
talk". Ed has the personality that's
just right for the medical pro-
fession in which he hopes to
This member of a great pair of
guys can be easily distinguished
from his easily distinguished
brother by the fact that he is
right handed. This right hand is
often used to play baseball and
basketball, to bowl or to open the
door of his favorite car. ln the
future, it will be used to receive
a college diploma.
The Telephone Company
May be her job for next year.
Pat has a voice that's
Easy on the ear.
She admires courtesy,
She's honest and "cool".
She's known for her blushes
And service to the school.
Carol Ann Casola
Casola n. KLat. Casola-a lively
l.A pretty secretary who dances
well, characterized by cute
mannerisms, a nice laugh, and
a very friendly personality, All
Casolas enioy watching football
games, and say, "That's nice."
2. In specific cases can refer to
those chosen as candidates for
Junior Prom queen.
Walt, always a good sport, wants
own sports store
to own his
after graduation from college.
Besides being a crack shot he
enjoys baseball and pro wrestling.
For recreation, Walt goes for a
cruise in his bomb. Walt sagely
remarks that 'tthe door that leads
in leads out," but wherever it
leads, it leads to success.
Barbara Carol Chaderchian
Bobbi brings a quaint Old World
flavor to T.H.S. She belongs to a
folk dance group and an Armenian
choir. She also finds time to be
VP of the Red Cross Council,
enjoy Oriental music, and enter-
tain others around her with her
wonderful sense of humor. Despite
her colorful and varied interests
in the arts, Bobbi plans to enter
the business world.
Louis John Castellucci
A wolf by nature, Louis enjoys
hunting and sports. He likes to
work on cars and plans to be a
construction engineer in his old
age. Louis admires courtesy in
others and is fond of rock 'n' roll.
Louis has served T,H.S. in the
Hi-Y for three years and in
Kiddies Incorporated for twenty-
four more moons.
Linda Maclelyn Chalmers
'Calm and silent as night'-this
is Linda in school. You might not
hear her, but you can't miss her
pleasant smile that reveals her
friendly, sincere nature. Lin is an
enthusiastic member of Young
Life, teaches Sunday School, and
sings in a choir. Elle est vive,
'Jeannie With the Light Brown
Hair' won't forget singing with
the 'Classmates' This active,
well-dressed girl, always willing to
lend a helping hand, has served
as a capable president of the
Girls' League and as vice-president
of the Biology Club. Four years
from now: Jean Chambers, B.S.,
medical research scientist.
Peter M. Chase
Thoughtfulness and sportsmanship
A combination of qualities we all
try to meet.
An all-around athlete, a guy
He'll talk basketball, baseball, or
'What do you say, man?' he will
To serve our country does Peter
Elizabeth R. Church man
Betsy has cast her friendliness
upon the waters and it has re-
turned to her in the form of many
cherished friendships, which she
will always remember. Outside of
school she's vice president of the
"Young People's Fellowship." The
pleasant way that Betsy occupws
both her own and others' ti 'G
assures her success in the car
of occupational therapy.
Josephine Elizabeth Cilano
Napoleon couldn't have wished for
a nicer Josephine. Nor will her
patients be able to when Jo be-
comes a nurse, because she has all
the qualities necessary for success
in this field: sweetness, honesty,
sincerity, cheerfulness, and pa-
tience. "l am confused," says
Jo, but it's unbelievable. She's
too competent. We wish Jo a
"The play's the thing,' said Shake-
speare, and pert Bobbie agrees.
An aspiring actress, she is also
talented at the piano, cello, and
violin, and is the proud owner of
a gold cup awarded for her musi-
cal prowess. Her warm smile and
vivacious personality will be great
assets throughout her life.
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for Mr. Mairs, Charlie plans to
do some drilling tor himself in the
future as a dentist. Looking at
Charlie you can see why he really
enioys golf. ln fact in some quar-
ters it's rumored that he was
descended from a long line of golf
balls. At playing the trumpet,
Charlie is also a pro.
Doris is like a miniature volcano,
waiting for a chance to erupt.
Her contagious humor, her capti-
vating one-dimpled smile, added
to her eagerness to help every-
one makes Doris a necessary
part of many groups. It is certain
that her enthusiasm and talent
will spark up many a fashion
"Makes no difference" what your
problem is. If you're in trouble,
Fred will help you out of it with
an easy going manner and a hu-
morous comment. Fred's many
memorable experiences in Mr.
Puro's mechanical drawing class
will prove useful in drafting school
in the future. When not behind
a drawing board, Fred likes to be
behind a dashboard.
Arlene Rita Cohen
'Ohhh, l forgot my French bookl'
Typical remark from a good indus-
trious student, eh? Well Arlene is
just that. lf not a little forgetful,
e is pleasant to be with, This
rl does everything well, from
sports to math problems. With
her talents and capabilities, she
will do well in any career.
Jon is well-informed on one side
of all issues. A tall individualist,
he stands out in any crowd. F101
only for his height, but also for
his adamant opinions, which he
doesn't hesitate to express.. As -a
Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist, his
intelligence is not hidden either.
Also brawny, he is a good athlete.
We all wish Jon "godspeed."
'Don't panic,' Woody yells with
wrench, mechanics book, and comb
in hand. 'l can fix it if it has
wheels and a motorf This future
insurance adjuster equipped with
red hair and a sense of humor
likes tinkering with cars and
listening to rhythm and blues
Susan M. Cole
'Our Sue Cole is a merry old soul,
and adorable is she. She calls for
the drumsushe calls for the band,
and twlrllng down the field
comes she' Our head majorette's
warmth and friendliness have
meant much to the team's morale.
Sue always cuts a neat figure,
evenlon ice. Her mature approach
to situations will insure her a
happy and rewarding life.
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Wes, who weighs ll8 pounds with
his glasses on, plans to be a
lawyer. His singing ability should
help woo the gals in the iury, so
we predict he'll go unbeaten, un-
tied and unscored upon. Wesley
was the scatback on this year's
football team, and with his driving
power would have been impossible
to pull down had the line given
him a chance to begin.
Although Carole is the epitome of
peppiness, pertness-, and spirit, she
simply collapses when her home-
work is finished, This is because
her full day always finds time for
activity in many clubs. It would
seem that a person would have to
be six feet tall to contain it all,
but petite Carole proves that it
iust isn't so.
Rita Mae Corrigan
lf you were to heed Rita's cry of
"Let's hit the road" you would
find yourself with a driving com-
panion who is at once :heertul
and versatile. Although she is
athletically inclined, Rita's out-
standing memories of T.H.S. are
in Mr. Church's English classes.
Reliability and honesty are traits
cited by Rita's friends for
A boy of many facets, Larry is
known for his phenomenal mathe-
matical mind. But what about his
dark side? Did you know he loves
suki-yaki? He even went so far
as to ioin the cross country team
lsurely a sign of madnessl.
Whether academically or by the
merit of his personality, Larry will
be a great American.
"All the world loves a clown," but
John's wit and clownish comments
aren't the only reasons for his
popularity. Among other reasons
are bright red hair, athletic abil-
ity, honesty which admits that
annoying his brother is a favorite
pastime and others' enjoyment of
watching him get out of the
trouble which it is his talent to
Joseph F. Costa
Costa m. fFr., Coster-an insectl
'l.Known in some obscure areas
as a "kitchen cricket."
2. inhabits kitchens, soccer fields
and Mr. Martino's history
3.Usually not referred to as a
bookworm but some species
may become accountants,
4. Their odd quirk consists of
passing English courses each
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"well-manriered," and "good-
natured," say his friends. We all
agree, When he becomes a law-
yer or doctor all these qualities
will come in handy, A gentleman
lawyer or a gentleman doctor,
what possibilities! Whether it's in
school, medicine or law, when
Tom relaxes from a busy day he
especially enjoys listening to music
or making his own by singing.
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Michael D. Cotton
"Hey, what's up, Doc?" Knowing
Michael, there usually is some-
thing happeningl He remembers
the day he was a student teacher,
"Man it must have been wild!"
How to Win Friends and Influence
People must have been written by
Mike. He will accomplish some-
thing worthwhile in lite when he
becomes a technical engineer.
Don is the simultaneous possessor
of the sharpest wit and worst
handwriting in Teaneck High
School. Furthermore he is not
only an all around athlete but an
all around student. He must be
a teacher's pet because they all
want to chain him up. Those who
come after us will not know what
they're missing in the era of A.D.
Scott J. Cross
An Englishman who likes pizza.
Scott is a handy, handsome man
to have around in a football game.
as lineback and back, Scott won't
forget this year's Englewood game.
and we won't forget the way he
ran the smash that day either
lEnglewood didn't get Cross at
alll. "Cross at the green, not
"Jimbo" has a iumbo sized inter-
est in sports. This year alone he
has gone out for not only football
but wrestling and track as well.
His iumbo memory of T.H.S. was
his last year's wrestling coach,
Armstrong. The next teams
bo" plays on will be those of
a college and then he'lI instill his
love of sports in others as a gym
Florence C. Curley
To be a good hostess, one must
be hospitable and personable.
Florence is known for her fabulous
parties, which are especially entic-
ing to guests with problems since
Flo has a reputation for giving
sound advice. The party must al-
ways find itself around the piano
since her special talent is dis-
plaved at the keyboard, soon to
be keys of a typewriter.
Carole R. Dahm
For friends who have problems
They find they cannot stand,
Carole is always ready
To lend a helping hand.
Because of Carole's selflessness
Her career has been selected.
lt's nursing, she's well-qualified,
'Cool, calm, and collected.'
Richard F. D'Aleo
Paul Revere may have had a horse
but even so Richie would have
beat him cross country or track.
Richie was one of the outstanding
cross countrymen this year as well
as our captain and co-captain of
the track team. Whether or not
the British were coming he could
outshout Paul Revere. One if by
land, two if by sea, he's not sure
what it will be.
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Neat, good-looking, intelligent and
athletic-what more could any girl
ask? Well, she could require a
cool personality, "I mean like
wow!" or ability to play a hot
piano. She could want skill at
skin-diving and ice-skating. She
could demand enough knowledge
of mechanics to fix a broken car
anywhere, anytime, but Doug
would still fit the bill.
"Caki's" jovial "Rotsa ruck" is
familiar to many around the school
through echos in the halls. Her
interesting art work is familiar
to many around the school through
contributions to the Art Service
Squad. Her charm is familiar to
many simply through knowing her.
Future success as an art teacher
is familiar to all.
Black hair, clear complexion and
rosy cheeks make Joyce look like
Snow White but she's too intelli-
gent to be fooled into eating pois-
oned apples. The efficient way
that Joyce handles her many re-
sponsibilities illustrates boundless
energy that would never let her
sleep while awaiting her Prince.
Instead Joyce will enter a math
or science career.
Loyal and honest, a charming
Karen is the sort of friend for
You'd walk a mile.
Knitting ability is a talent Karen
Dancing and Driving are the things
She likes the most.
As a successful secretary we'll one
Day Karen toast.
He prances, he dances, he walks,
he talks and all of them well. Eric
is anxious to get out of T.l-l.S.
only so that he can begin prepar-
ation for his career as a legal
beagle. 'There won't be at better-
dressed lawyer in court history if
Eric's professional attire matches
that of his school. The cry of his
opponents is sure to be "Lord save
us, it's Davis."
Geraldine Atlee Dayharsh
Geraldine means "mighty with the
spear" but in Gerry's case, she is
mighty with a hoe, a tennis racket,
an accordian, a basketball, and a
microscope. A second place in a
science fair is behind her and a
career in biochemistry ahead.
Gerry will make a spearited serv-
"Silence is golden."
Catherine Mory Deininger
Cathy, imported from the land of
the Lilliputians, is just 4' ll" tall.
She throws every inch ot that
height into her tavorite activities:
horseback riding, hospital work,
and housecleaning, Marriage and
commercial work lie ahead for this
Maryann Theresa DeBlasio
A giggle and a smile
And you know all the wile
That Maryann is here.
Since she's been a trosh
She's exclaimed "Oh my gosh",
All through the year.
She likes to Rock 'n Roll
And even do the stroll,
As a teacher, she'Il have nothing
to tear. Y
Doris-Ann De Haas
See that good-looking girl with
the ready smile? She's Doris De
Haas, who will be entering secre-
tarial school soon. Could her
bright complexion and attractive'
ness have anything to do with the
fact that she always wins her
arguments? Even if there is no
connection between these two
facts, the former will mean
success in the future.
On courts or on diamonds
Wherever you roam
On hockey fields or Leaders Club
Our Rosie's at home,
Her humor and vocal chords
Are on the beam.
The way to describe her
Is 'peachy keen.'
Diane Grace DeWitt
A quick line that sets everybody
laughing mean's Dinny's around.
Who is the girl taking a hook shot
while striking a clear note on the
trumpet? lf possible, it would be
Dinny, whose day is barely long
enough to include her favorite in-
terests, sports and trumpet. lntel-
ligence is only one of the many
assets that will make Dinny an
excellent math teacher.
John Di Chiara
From around the corner you hear
a car screech. Don't worry, it's
only "Deech." This good looking
senior is an all around guy-V
football, track, wrestling , , , girls.
He has a strong aftirttx for cheer-
leaders and Junior proms. If
Deech ever gets his homework fin-
ished, here or at college, yOu 'will
probably find him in front of a
television or at the wheel of a car.
Robert John Donahue
English must have been a pleasure
for Bob last year. This boy's
crazy about Miss Curran. Bcb
does well in all his subjects, hold-
ing a high honor roll average, He
has the same trouble as the rest
of us -thoughg his homework's
never finished, Bob has two great
a?5?fS, a fine personality and am-
bition, which will help him to
be a good lawyer.
"Anchors, aweigh" and Bill sails
for the Navy. l-le won't have
much time for dating or riding
around in a 'ff Chevy. He won't
be able to enioy all the good
hume food, and he'll have to
abandon his knack for getting into
trouble, since the Navy doesn't
forgive all with "Lots o' luck
Charlie," but even the Navy can
use a good sense of humor.
Virginia S. Dono
There are probably some school
activities to which Gini doesn't
belong, but try to find one, She's
a cheerleader, a member of ClaSS
Cabaret and secretary of Girl's
League. Even her nicknames from
"Gingerbread" to "Peanut" shOw
versatility. She's a "Classmate"
'her singing groupi now, but
someday shell be a teacher,
Ma rney F. Dobken
Marney, better known to all as
"Marn," a vivacious twirler, is
strictly an individualist. She has
a strange habit of getting herself
into situations that are difficult
to get out of. "You kidding me?"
Her sincerity and lively personality
account for her many friends.
After college Marn hopes to be a
Being acquainted with Margie's
charitable nature leads one to
faith and hope, She planned the
trips to Totowa which brought
happiness to many This experi-
ence is also helpful to Margie,
whose career lies in social work.
Seeing her big brown eyes, hear-
ing her unique giggle and
knowing her complete naturalness
are enough to solve almost any
"The latest style." Whatever the
fashion you can count on Phyll to
know it beforehand. Be it clothes
or grooming she's always a
few pumps ahead. Understandably
she's interested in art and was a
member of the Art Service Squad
for three years. Planning to be-
come a nurse, Phyllis is a member
of the Red Cross Council. She
has a sharp sense of humor which
never includes stale jokes.
If you pin the tail on this Donsky,
it would probably be for accom-
plishments achieved in the field of
business. He'Il achieve success if
he lives up to his by now famous
saying, "l do good workg I don't
mess around." After making his
mint, Rich will live the life of a
playboy. Watch out, Tommy
Manville. His hot Ford convertible
will be an asset.
Jean Marie D'Orlando
Jean's favorite memory is being
one of Mr. Gunners favorite
Enjoyable pastimes include dan-
cing, horseback riding, water
skiing, and painting.
An efticient stenographer, Jean
holds shorthand, awards and
hopes to be a private secretary.
Neatness and gaiety are two of
her best assets.
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lt you give Murray a sporting
chance he'll excell in track, mas-
sacre Ridgewood in soccer, and
wind up with varsity letters in
both sports. When not being a
he-man Murray is a she-man. He
especially likes blondes and bru-
nettes. Murray will always remem-
ber the variety of things he
learned in Mr. Puro's classes.,
Bonni Lynn Dowd
With a twirl and a song
To the top she'll go
Dancing and singing
Are talents of "Bo"
Planning a dance
ls no job for her!
She's on her toes
As a choreographer.
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Brian R. Duffy
Brian is observant. He quietly
observes television and money and
not so quietly observes girls and
cars. He quietly iniects subtle
remarks, that characterize his
sense of humor, into conversations
at the proper moment. He ob-
serves all with an artistic and
flirtatious attitude, gaining insight
for his career in the business
This old guitar-playing dutfer
plans to join Elvis Presley in a
military career, The only Irish-
man on the Gunner's line, he
really moves his dutt down on the
football field and is a batty base-
baller. Unknown to Coach Cer-
vino, this lrish Viking painted the
town green after smashing Lynd-
hurst in baseball. However, after
college he's headed for olive drab.
Suzanne M. Dugan
"As full ot spirit as the month of
May"3 and it's tortunate for us
because we needed the energy Sue
expended on cheerleading. Her
red hair matches her personality,
the radiation of which is given off
par telephone or in person. Activ-
ity is decreased when listening to
the radio, and will show increase
when Sue enters junior college.
"lf you knew Susie like l know
Susie" you'd know there's nothing
Drab about her at all. Her many
athletic awards prove that Sue is
a girl of boundless physical ener-
gy of another kind, an energy of
outlook which makes Sue such an
attractive personality to all who
Joanne D. Engleke ROSS' En9elke
Basil R. Duncan
Basil arrived from New Zealand
just last year bringing with him
a most delightful accent and a
marvelous ability to adapt to a
new country, With his cheerful
smile and easy greeting, he could
get along anywhere. Basil enjoys
photography, reading, and such
"foreign" sports as cricket and
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Chris agrees with Johnny Mathis'
"Wonderful, Wonderful," maybe
because he's a favorite. Mr.
Martino's history class is another
favorite. ls she the "Teacher's
Pet?" Until "The Twelfth of
Never" Chris's manner of telling
jokes will keep friends laughing,
She's not "Wild as the Wind,"
though. Her future in fashion de-
signing is well planned.
Judith Marion Eisele
Judy always enjoys making new
friends and this is never hard for
her since she is personable and
friendly. Drawing, telephoning
and pizza-ing are all ways that
Judy spends her time with her
many friends, Judy's past high-
lights the Junior Prom and
"Snookums." Her future high-
lights a secretarial career.
This year Carol enjoys rocking and
rolling to regular music. Next
year she'll be beating out rhythms
on a typewriter in secretarial
school, lf she pauses a moment
to look back, she'll remember the
T.l-l.S, proms, choruses and Kid-
dies Incorporated, in which she
For Joanne "every yesterday is a
dream of happiness" and every
tomorrow will someday be a part
of this dream. Football games.
award winning nature posters, and
Winter Wonderland are all part of
yesterday. Church activity, music
with a "neat beat," and jai alal
are perpetual components. A
career in social service is part of
Anyone who has seen the- artwork
in the i960 Hi-Way will know
that it is an understatementbto
say that Roger is a talented artist.
In addition to yearbook work,
Roger finds time to DIBY the
guitar, participate in DeMolay and
Young Life, and prepare for col-
lege. The commercial art field
will appreciate this friendly, can-
did senior as much as we have.
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Recipe for an Eisenberger: Take
large portion of enthusiasm and
drop it into a small mold shaped
like a lawyer. Add a deck of
cards, a few notes from a jazz
assembly and stir with spirit,
While stirring add a pinch of
classical notes. Cook over a warm
smile. Serve to many friends and
"you just don't know" how pleased
they all will be.
Donnagay n. CGr. Don-dark, and
Fr. Gai - lightl
Judy Lynn Epstein
"Beauty attracts exeryoneg but it
like an armed magnet it is adorned
with gold or silxer, it attracts with
tenfold power." What draws
exeryone to Judy? Could it be
that the loveliest distance be-
tween two points is a curve?
Could it be her giggle? lt xou
know her you'll agree that it is
definitely all of these.
Beatrice Estelle Farber
Bea, who is following the trail
Clara Barton blazed, plans to
go to nursing school and
Enter a nursing career. She re-
ceived an award from Holy
Name Hospital for her work
A good sense of humor and an
understanding personality are
among her assets.
'l.A person who combines the
depth of music and religion
with the brightness ot pizza
eating and ping-pong playing.
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Federman n.-man ot feathers
ffrom German "die Feder"-
With such a surname it is alto-
gether fitting and proper that Joe
should choose commercial flying
as his career. Another feather in
his cap is his mechanical ability.
"lt is not only fine feathers that
make a fine bird."
Gershwin, Porter, and the King-
ston Trio: this is Chris's taste in
music: she herself belongs to the
Sonics. Chris enioys Waterskiing,
tennis, and "just fooling around."
But she does more than lust have
fun. Chris is chaplain of the
Tri-Hi-Y, Editorial Assistant on
the Hi-Way, and she intends to
enter the field of International
Barbara Sue Feinberg
Bobbie Sue has the unique gift of
being Bobbie Sue, which means
being wonderful company, sweet-
ness, laughter and a special inde-
finable something. Music and art,
her hobbies, include time spent on
Choir, the guitar and artwork for
Te-Hi News. Throughout college
and a career in the science field,
Bobbie is certain to know only
"La Vie en Rose."
Elaine Janet Favre
We don't know who the Dagwood
is but he must be luckx to hate
a "Blondie" like Elaine, Her long
blonde hair and winning personal-
ity are sure to build up a large
clientele for Elaine after she be-
comes a psychologist. To "get
anax from lt all," Elaine plaxs
the piano and engages in manv
sports, including horseback riding.
"Ain't that a kick in the head."
Fayth Toby Feinberg
"The rose is fair. but fairer we
know it tor that sweet odor which
doth in it live." Fa5th's loveliness
penerates the surface: her
warmth and triendship are value
able possessions. Hope and charitv
never had it so good as when
Fayth was added. Her sweet dis-
position and love of others are
assets that well make her a gitted
Roy Alan Feinman
Everyone has different opinions
about Royg and they're all right.
Some think of him as a good
mathematician. Others consider
him Teaneck High's syntax expert.
Still others consider him the
school's greatest linguist, and a
select few think of Roy as the
originator of the weirdest bird
cartoons ever to spring from the
mind of man.
Rona Lee Feldman
"Guess who l'm going out with
tonight?" I hope we wind up at
HoIly's so that I can have a
Marshmallow sundae. I'Il just have
to use a little psychology on him,
that's all. Too bad, l'm not al-
VQSUY B Dsychologist then l'd be
sure of that sundae. No l can't
hear you. The T.V. is on. Gotta
hang UD anyway, bye now.
Dave is one of those people who's
always doing something. He'II
never forget decorating for the
Junior Prom as a member of the
Class Cabinet. Dave also likes
football and going with "that
girl." He also worked as manager
of the cross-country team. Dave's
popularity makes him a hit in
Good Fo have as a friend is our
Adventuresome and usually laugh-
ing, she thrives on wild times.
In fact she sometimes lands in
Long hair, good looks, and -a wide
smile, however, help in any
Linda Rose Feitler
By the shores of the l-lackensacky
comes a dark brown-eyed maiden.
Lingering for some time on the
telephony. Goes forth to the foot-
ball, wrestling, and basketball
games. Stops now and murmurs,
"l'm only kidding!" Proceeds
toward college where sincerity of
manner will make friends and
Evelyn M. Felton
"What am l going to do?" is
Evi's favorite expression, but this
amiable and forthright girl seems
to have answered her own ques-
tions. Spare time may find her
bowling, playing tennis, or per-
haps listening to popular music.
As to the future, the answers to
Evi's question is secretarial school
and then work.
Neale Wendy Feld
Long, long lashes and big blue
Friendly in Wendy, "Dolll" she
Likes listening to records and driv-
ing in a car.
Her fine artistic talent will surely
take her far.
Wendy hopes one day in the field
of art to teach.
We all know success is close
within her reach.
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Fleet footed Joe served Teaneck
well on our cross-country team
for two years, Besides cross-
country he enjoys baseball and
basketball. Always the scholar,
Joe will never forget Mrs. Duffy's
English class. Outside of school
he owns the most polished car
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The whole world may be going
"berserk," but not Charlie. He's
too good-natured to let little
things bother him. Give him foot-
ball games, sports competitions
and he'll give you a warm smile
or a friendly grin from that good-
looking face. Easygoing he is,
but spirited enough to save any
client from an unjustified lawsuit.
Patricia Anne Ficaro
Whether it's something interna-
tional like Russian or 'Spanish
club or something American -as
the Red Cross club, Pat's activities
both in high school and college
will contribute to a rich fund of
material which she will be able
to use well when she becomes a
writer. We wish her success both,
on the best seller list, and in all
else she attempts.
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Larry's always happy, always mak-
ing others happy, always a loyal
friend. His good physique is kept
in shape by his activities in wrest-
ling, soccer, and weight lifting.
Everybody loves a Friday night
and Larry, no exception, will
always remember the ones spent
in ,lalil's car. Future Friday nights
will be spent in college.
"Even little children love Mary Mary's a pert and attractive miss,
Ami" and WS Undefianfaalnle Artistic and musical, too.
when you see her in te a s, .
grinning heartily. You'd be more Re'Tee2'gbf"fd 35 fnendly and
likely to see her in the halls than D' a ln O at '
in classes, and most likelylto see Youll find shes rarely blue.
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Jamie could probably talk a
grasshopper into being dissected.
This is not the conventional way
used by most biologists, but this
future biology teacher will be able
to use it because of her past
experience in public speaking.
llmagine this loquacious miss
conversing with a frogll The
only thing Jamie likes better in a
jar than specimens is dill pickles.
'This future secretary with the long
hair and expressive eyes is known
to her friends as Moose. "Are
you crazy?" Her boss will be
flipping when he discovers that
Filipponi not only types. but also
cooks. lf he possesses good looks
and intelligence, and enjoys bas-
ketball and progressive jazz, we'll
see how long it will take for Carol
to hook him!
Burton Merrill Fink
Buddy has been president of all
class cabinets of the "Class of
'6O", "citizen of the month" and
representative to Boy's State.
Buddy is unbeatable in tennis
and basketball. Buddy believes a
person should know himself.
Buddy enjoys driving and dating,
Buddy wants to be a doctor. His
comment on it all: "lt's been
Karen Sue Finkelstein
"Kar" is knowntfor her sincerity
Artistically made up eyes distin-
guish talented Karen as an
Riding in sports cars, writing, and
equally enjoyed are fencing and
Not once will the college of her
choice be sorry.
His nickname is "Fish" and he's
VQBHY In his own element in the
water. ljle is an excellent swim'
mer. With billiards and ballads
he is also at home. When he's
not .at hirne, he's in a car, either
UVIVWWQ it or taking it apart.
Never at a loss for witty com-
ments.. Leon amused everybody at
the ninth grade picnic. College
will be the next home for Leon.
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Bonnie Ann Firmunn
The Scotsman who uses the ex-
pression "bonnie good" can't
know the compliment he's paying
unless hes met our Bonnie, Besides
saying cute and sweet, he's saying
talented with a violin or water
skis, loyal, responsible, friendly,
college-bound, and known for
wearing kilt length skirts, That's
almost too much for anybody else
to live up to.
"Once in Love with Amy" brings
to mind a black pony tail and ter-
rific personality that mean Amy.
All things from knitting, reading,
Belafonte, and being editorial as-
sistant of the Hi-Way to people-
watching in New York keep Amy's
mind busy and heart happy, After
college a career as a medical tech-
nician will effectively do this job.
Dorothea E. Fischer
ls she sincere and friendly and
does she have a wonderful smile?
Would she rather talk on the
phone, listen to rock and roll or
go riding than do anything else?
Does she love swimming and hope
one day to be a legal secretary?
Yes? Then its simply without a
doubt, just got to be Doris.
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Although Mike says he has no
taste in music, he must be musl-
cally inclined to have played W1
the Senior Band for three years.
His future customers will not be
cheated out of half av gram of
their medical prescriptions when
Mike becomes a pharmacist. HIIS
admiration of trust-worthiness in
others has led him to develop
Richfs two great interests are
hUnf'nQ and cars! he's a member
of the National Rifle Association
and a veteran of many post-
football game traffic jams. Un-
deterred by his experiences with
sulfur fumes in chemistry class,
R'Fh Dlans to go into natural
science after college. A sense
of humor completes the picture.
"Perpetual motion" personified-
that's Judy. Always hurrying to
a Student Service post, Student
Council, Library Council, Girls'
League, or the Home Arts club is
she. She's a good person to have
in any activity because she is
a dependable, hard worker, always
willing to help. She'll attain high
goals in her career in the Home
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Robert Ford will be one doctor
you can't afford to pass up. He
as a high sense of moral values
and never speaks badly of anyone.
Hls hobby is very constructive: he
builds hi-fi equipment. Once the
equipment has been carefully con-
structed, he receives popular music
on it. He's also busy receiving
pleasant impressions of pleasant
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Fredare, -avi, -atus, -a, -u'm v.
fl.at.--to study plants, animals,
and peoplel l
'l.To be concerned with biology,
especially as a career.
2. To be concerned with helping
people, especially through mem-
bership in the Red Cross
3.To be concerned with plants,
especially growing and cooking
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Wilhelmina Johanne Fowlkes
lf Teaneck had a Dogpatch day
Willie would be our Daisy Mae.
One look at Willie and it's not
To see she's a member of the
Strange how many men'll get
ln health when Willie becomes a
Friendly, sincere, and full of fun,
She dispels all clouds like a ray
Dennis Bruce Freeman
There are many who remember
the day when Dennis came as
close as did any seventh grader
to winning the Junior High
Math Contest. Well, Dennis has
changed a lot since then, but a
few things have remained the
same: he is as clever and witty
as ever, he still knows more
about railroads than anyone in
the school, and he plays the
clarinet in the Senior Band.
Jerrold Stuart Fond
To describe Jerry's personality,
One would have to say,
"Fond of fun-as Fond can be."
Yet there is much more to this
volatile young man of high con-
victions. He has taken great pride
in being a class representative in
eleventh and twelfth grades, and
gives his utmost to whatever he
undertakes. His chosen field will
benefit by his work.
We always believe that a friend
in need is a freint in deed. After
college Dave plans to go into
business or law. He enioys
especially water sports and foot-
ball. Dave, as it is said, should be
remembered for his business mind
and sense of humor. ln his spare
time, he enioys cars, sports, and
girls ialthough not necessarily ln
Bruce's friends say he's known
for his usual smile, but casual
acquaintances are always pleas-
antly surprised by the unusual
quality of that smile, as they are
surprised by the sharpness of his
remarks. Bowling, golf, girls,
cars and a piano are enough to
make Bruce happy. The field of
electrical engineering will make
Mary Lee Fremd
"lt's fashionable," so Mary Lee
likes it. This fact is clearly shown
by her clothes and her sewing
ability. Mary Lee also supports
the wonderful style of giving
service by being a member of the
Student Service and Tri-Hi-Y.
Fortunately for the girls, her
career will be in the fashion field.
Myrna Lois Fried man
"'l'hat's entertainment" and that's
also Myrna. She's known as one
of the outstanding singing and
dancing talents of our class. we
all remember her in the Variety
Show, A member of the Play
Crafters for three years, she rates
high as an actress. Expression is
her strong point because she fully
appreciates the highs and lows
of her life.
Rosemary Veronica Ganci
Gancire, -ivi, -itus v. fLat.i-
to be happy.
'I.To be happy or successful, es-
pecially in merchandising.
Z.To be happy in or at a play.
3.To be gregarious, especially in
N.F.L. or C.Y.O.
4. Not to be "furshtunkin."
lf she is sincere and friendly and
takes an active interest in others,
she might be Gail lf swimming
and canoeing are her hobbies, it
she enjoxs reading a good novel
or attending Rainbow Conventions,
if she was president of the Tri-
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she is Gail,
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"lf you want something done wel",
do it yourself." Living by his
favorite axiom, Richards an ace
photographer When not record-
ing visual events he records events
on tape. lt naturally follows from
these interests that Richards fa-
vorite memory is the Audio-Visual
Aids Squad. Actmiring straight-
forwardness, he'll go straight
forward to his goal.
How often do you meet 190
pounds of Buggsey? Well, Tea-
neck's got him in Buggsey Gar-
ofalcw. By next year, Stevens
institute of Technology will have
him. Besides managing the wres-
tlig team, Donny also manages TO
find time to work on horseless
carriages and go to Joker parties.
Oh well, "such is life".
Sondra B. Gamow
Omnipresent and omnipotent in or
out of the Te-Hi News Office,
Sunny has made her mark in
T.l-l.S., in fact, she is first in the
class. Quick-witted, quick-tem-
pered and sensitive, Sunny's pre-
sence and powerful personality
are always felt. Her ability to
argue persuasively, ima be be-
cause she's right.l will hellp Sunny
stamp her mark in law or politics.
"Music, when soft voices die,
vibrates in the memory," Those
who have met Caryl, have heard
her sing or play the piano will
realize the truth in this com-
ment, for Caryl's lovely voice and
manner remain in the memory.
Caryl is warm, friendly and at once
soothing and exciting to be with.
Her feeling and common sense run
as deep as her talents,
Gelmener v, KFr.i to be gregarious.
1. To be with people, especially as
a group leader at the Jewish
2. To enjoy dances and dates.
3. To ioin clubs, especially Girls'
League, Spanish club and Te-Hi
4. To talk on the telephone.
Betty, better than anybody, brings
brightness to fellow beings by
virtue of her bountiful friendli-
ness and beautiful smile! Cook-
ing, walking, books, and T.V. take
up the time which housework,
tennis and bowling do not. All
are enjoyed. Betty wants to teach
elementary school. We bid her
Fore! Here comes Ginsburg down
the fairway. He's bound to make
the shot 'cause Ginsy's some
golfer. lf he's not digging up the
turf he's digging up bridge part-
ners. Howie will enter the busi-
ness field where his knack of
friendliness will assure success.
"You're the greatest." You're tops
with Howie iespecially if you're
Sheila is sweet and cheerful, her
talkative nature makes up for
what she cuts down in her short-
hand lessons. Her political views
are strong, she even goes so far
as to believe in social dancing.
She prefers horseback riding to
donkey and elephant riding, how-
ever, and plans a non-partisan
When we started Bob's biography
we could think of no way to
explain what makes him unique.
Then we came up with something:
Bob is a philosopher who listens
to classical music and progressive
jazz, reads Sartre, and "makes
every intellectual scene". The
purpose of all this: "Looking for
the truth." Who knows, perhaps
he'll find it.
Steven A. Gildener
lf variety is the spice of life,
Handy's is certainly well-seasoned.
Robert P. Gill
One of Bob's outstanding memor-
ies of T.H.S. is working with Mr.
New to T.H.S., he immediately
plunged into many activities, in-
cluding wrestling, membership in
the rifle and shop clubs, swim-
ming, horseback riding, and breed-
ing tropical fish. College and a
job as a hotel handyman will pre-
cede his goal of becoming a
In the stands of the Yankee Sta-
dium sits a lovely girl with
stricking red hair. If she isn't
there, it's where Roseann would
like to be, because spectator
baseball is a favorite pastime.
Vying tor. first place in her heart
are drawing and dancing, while
her sense of humor and happy
naturehave already won her first
place in others' hearts.
Orel and the stage crewg almost
everyone has seen Bob's grinning
face behind the stage curtain
during assembly. Bob, possessor
of dry, drawling wit and enjoyer
of tennis and football, has an
interesting career planned for him-
self: he'll go to college and after
that go into forestry.
Danny is probably the only person
in Teaneck High to have won a
varsity letter for handball. He got
it at Midwood High Schol where
he went before he came to Tea-
neck. Danny also won the intra-
mural tennis award thls year. He
claims that his taste in music is
"background" College comes next
for Dan, the boy with the Golden
Arm. "Lots o luck."
Nurse Linda plans to use her
warm and friendly personality to
answer the call of the sick as
the "Golden Girl of the Wards."
We can just see Linda gracefsll.
roller skating down the h:s:ital
halls accompanied ty a rcck ard
roll tune. Whatever career sl-e
chooses, Linda is a certain success
Mo words could ever capture the
part of Felice that makes her
Felice lt gces above and beyond
the l:ngest of pony tails, the
brightest ct e,es, and the warmest
ct sm'es: all these superlatlves
.-.h ch .et lack szmeihtng. It goes
biiind Intelligence and diversity.
.Then the superlative superlative
is invented, we may be able to
Kenny, who loves many kinds of
music, ,is in his seventh heaven
when his hi-ti is plugged in. His
friends are in seventh heaven when
his sense of humor is turned on
land it is alwaysl. In high school
Ken liked wrestling, Mr. Verna
and his work on the stage crew.
He plans to work as a pharmacist
or as an accountant.
Barbara Joanne Goldstein
Barbara has reached that pinnacle
ot achievement for which many
of us have vainly striven-she
can actually play the guitar. In
addition, she draws and belongs
to a folk-singing group. Extend-
ing her talents to science, she won
third prize in the New York State
Science Fair. A combination of
all these talents can only become
a fine journalist.
Phyl is full of fun. She may be
considered a "Beat-knack!" She's
got a knack for beating the
bongos, All beat-knacks have
artistic talent, Again Phyl fills
the bill, And as tor good looks,
take a good look and you'Il agree
with the judges at various con-
tests that have awarded prizes
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l'Are you serious?" We certainly
are when we are speaking O-
Gail's big, big brown' eyes or
talent for playing thelpiano. Gall
is serious too when it comeslto
doing her school work or planning
her college future. Window shop-
ping, T.V., and reading take up
less serious moments in the life
of our friendly Gail.
Barbara Ellen Goldfinger
lffbeauty is its own excuse for
being," no wonder Bobbi is here.
Sweet, pretty, and spirited, are
three ways that friends describe
her, and all appreciate her heart of
gold. When she says, "You dare
me?" you'd better not, because,
with Bobbi's drive and ambition,
she'll do it. This applies to her
future as well.
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"Guess what?" There's a girl in
the senior class who just talks
and talks and entertains. She likes
unusual people--Mr. Verna and
Mr. Pepperling are her out stand-
ing memories. She will soon be
responsible tor the education ot
our 'younger set. Her friendliness,
wide range of reading, and loyalty
mean ability to meet this re-
Vicki May Goodman
Goodman n. fEng. colloq.-good
One who works with children
but must have certain prereq-
A. must play tennis, enjoy rock
'n' roll music and show music.
B. must attend a junior college.
C. must have patience and sin-
D. must achieve success and ful-
fill her ambitions.
Jay Russel Goudey
Goudere iLat.--to be con-
cerned with things around one.l
1.Referring to animals: to have
them with the intent of helping
them, i.e. to be a veterinarian.
2. Referring to music: concerned
with classical and semi-cIass-
ical, used to relax after PAL
3.To use common sense invdeal-
ing with animals, music or
Gordon, -ando, -ido v. ifrom Span.
-to travel, esp. in Mexicoj.
1.To travel in, around, or near
Temple U. andfor Hudson Guild
Z.To discuss, esp. while traveling
to see sunrises.
3.To travel in the company of
fe-ncers, Adebaters, jazz musi-
clans, writers, and artists.
Susan Beth Gordon
No one ever says, "Venez ici"
twice to Suzi if they add, "Qual-
que chose de bon se passe" to the
sentence. Besides being especially
interested in exciting happenings,
Suzi finds French very appealing
as is illustrated by the summer she
spent successfully studying it at
McGill. Response to your call is
always friendly concern and a
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'Take a graime of television pro-
grams, all sorts ot sports, and
electrical engineering, and Harley
will be happy. Give a graime of
common sense, sense of humor and
desire for self-advancement and
you will be giving no more than
Harley gives. Mix these five
graime-s over Brunsen burner
iwhich holds outstanding mem-
oriesl and you've got Harley.
PauI's the boy with the thousand
names. From class to class his
name changes from Grover to
Kramer, etc. Even "Honest Abe"
tits because he's known for his
honesty and sincerity. But what-
ever you call him, he's still Paul,
a quiet, casual guy whose dancing
ability surprises you, and who will
enter college or become a junior
birdman in the Air Force.
Susan Joan Gordon
She has the ambition to be a
psychiatrist. Can she make it?
T.H.S. answers, "Yes." Sue likes
people. Her interests-folk and
classical music, the theatre, paint-
ing, and reading - prove that sh.
will develop the sensitivity and in-
sight necessary to any profession
in psychology. Sue likes to think
and talk as well as to listen.
Picture a bubbling brook, a fizzl-
ing glass of soda, and the twinkl-
ing of stars. A day with Jerry is
lust as refreshing! He seems to
bubble, fuzz, and twinkle all at
once? His mind is forever supply-
ing his mouth with bits of wisdom
that often surprise us. He pre-
sents this to us as only he can,
with the keenest of wit. "To
know him is to love him".
Ben S. Greenberg
This one "casual guy" is always
swinging in Greenbergsville. You'll
also find him swinging away on
the greens at any golf course
"fore" he's a iolly good fellow.
Ben's the trusty photog on the
"6O" Hi-Way and when he is not
taking pictures he's watching
them on "Maverick" This ltalian
food bug loves Dixieland, too.
He's a real international bug.
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Drew's been a member of the Stu-
dent Service, Bowling club, Rifle
club, Chemistry club, and is on
the Photography staff of the Hi-
Way. After high school and col-
lege Drew plans on a fulfilling
career, that is he'll be kept full
Lydia Anne Grill
Lid never blows her top even when
somethings burning on the Qfllll
She enjoys her hobby too much to
boil over. Whether flavors or
favors, Lid comes out on top.
She is alwa s willing to help a
friend and she will be very helD-
ful to a boss when she is a secre-
tary in the future.
Rena's favorite expression, "ThatTS
wonderful," characterizes her opti-
mistic personallty. She is able to
draw the best from every GXD-9"-
ence, perhaps because she DUf5
her whole self into all she ClO2S,
for instance, music, which she
loves, She belonged tO both
Chorus and Band. College and the
psychology field will welcorne
Ree's enthusiasm and ready smile.
J udith A. Greenleaf
Judy sees secretarial school in the
Unfler all circumstances she is
During her free time she Talks on
the telephone or reads.
In the future, she will remember
the '58 Thanksgiving game. She
To sing in her church choir.
Her cheerful smile has won and
will win her many friends.
Janet May Grosskopf
Sincere and friendly is Janet May
and no maybes about it. When
she finishes her homework Janet
may listen to the radio or go out.
Fond of music Janet might also
listen to ballads or Rock and Roll.
There is no doubt that Janet will
enter secretarial school after she
graduates or that she will be a
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You hear a bubbly laugh, you see
a perpetually smiling face, you
know it's "one jolly Grossman".
Her beautiful wardrobe compli-
ments her adorable face. If she's
not looking for or giving fun and
laughter, she's not herself. She
has helped add that "certain some-
thing" to our pep assemblies and
various school functions. Teach-
Claire, asra female, cannot par-
ticipate in her favorite sport,
football, but she scores touch-
downs in bowling, water-skiing,
and cooking. Her spirited pep
sessions take place via the tele-
phone, and her sincerity and
friendliness will keep the odds
in her favor as she heads for the
goal of a secretarial position.
ing is perfect for Carol.
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With a natural affinity for pool,
cars, and western music, good
natured Eddie will certainly be a
success in business. Eddie loves
his '55 Ford, football and base-
lf you're interested in selling
windows, see Jo Ann. She just
loves window shopping. Jo will
be one secretary who won't be
able to keep secrets. Jo -t- books
ball games, and rock 'n' roll. He
admires honesty and promptncss,
feeling that a person should strive
lor the highest mark possible.
lm! ning Eddie that mark will
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dropsy."Oh-stop it." This sing-
ing sportswoman will no doubt
work in the Bronx where she likes
to wander every now and then.
Barbara Elizabeth Gutcheus
"l'm sure" that it was Barbara's
sense of humor and courtesy which
won her the nickname Duchess,
aside from the fact that it rhymes
with Gutcheus. Her personality, her
endearing mannerisms, her many
interests, and her affinity for
writing letters will make Duchess
an airline stewardess of great
merit atter she finishes college.
"Got a date with an angel" is the
tune sung by the lucky boy who
dates Dottie. Dancing, vivacity,
good taste, and a wide smile are
all a part of her. The tact that
sho's very attractive will help her
in a career with the airlines. Her
passengers will be flying high.
Betty Lou Haage
A full face picture of Betty rnear1S
a girl who swims, likes. hockey
and classical music, guiles the
hours by talking on the Phone.
remembers with affection all the
people she's come to know iri
T.H.S., and who wants to enter
the biological research field.. ln
profile, she has understanding,
compassion, sincerity and a SENSE
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Bob can't stay away from a TV
set when the Giants are on unless
he's at the game, of course.
Canoe do what Bob can do with
a canoe, or a golf club for that
matter? Probably not, because
he's excellent at both canoeing
and golfing. Aside from football
pennants, Bob will soon be waving
a college pennant from the college
of his choice.
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Carol Grace Haledjian
Disarm! If you know Carol .youfve
been conquered by that
that personality, and that pretty
face. lf you don't know Carol,
you must have been conquered
by her original posters seen around
the school. Dating, drawing, and
sewing are talents that Carol has
conquered and made her own, No
doors will stay barred to Carol in
the commercial art field.
Elaine Anne Hamilton
Long after "l.ainie" has left T.H.S.
and donned the white of a nurses
uniform she will remember the
pink and red of "Carousel",. the
Junior Prom. Long after "l.alr'lIG
has left T.H.S. her friends will
remember her warm smile which
mirrored her friendly personallftfl
Not long after she leaves T.H.S.
"Lainie" will achieve her goal of
"A horse, a horse, my textbook
for a horse." Kirk is such an
excellent rider that we'd go hoarse
shooting his praises. lf he doesn'1
horse around too much in school,
Kirk will become a veterinarian.
Since he is a very stable person
he is bound to achieve his goal,
Kirk's admiration for personality
and knowledge is reflected in
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Pizza-eater Arthur is going to
hammer himself into an ideal
service man after high school. He
has all the raw material waiting.
Artie likes almost every sport-
especially football and basketball.
So he is ready for training. He
will always remember Mr. Powley's
bookkeeping class which has pre-
pared him so well for drafting or
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No! We are not suffering from
delusions. Hope actually says she
enjoyes spiders named Mable and
her favorite saying really is
"Cheers and Bubble Gum". But in
reality we know that Hope has
many favorable qualities to recom-
mend her. She can knit, sew, and
cook like nobody's business, but
some lucky husband may make it
Just look on the football field at
Unless you're nearsighted this cute
,twirler will catch your eye.
Liked by all, she radiates friend-
ln the future College is seen and
Eventually a career in teaching,
and some very happy little
Travelling way down yonder to
Northern Valley or taking walks
up the Lane with her friends are
lots of fun for Mel. She has been
a member of the Library Council
in eleventh and twelfth grades,
and is working hard towards a
secretarial career. She enjoys
reading in her spare time and
signs her letters "Honestly", Mel.
Jo Ann Harra
With pencil in hand Joanne
sketches skillful designs and fig-
ures as she indulges herselt in
one of her favorite pastimes --art.
With diploma in hand, Joanne will
leave high school and the friends
who will miss her kindness and
integrity. With chalk in hand
Joanne will teach her future stu-
dents reading, writing and all the
rest she has to give.
Marcia Nancy Harris
Men may someday harness the
power of the atom, but they'Il
never figure out where Marcia gets
her energy. As compact as a
molecule, this petite, power-
packed princess charges up when
attending all games and T.l-l.5
functions. She radiates enough
beauty to win beauty contests and
enough magnetism to attract the
Someday Linda will be a public
health nurse. If her love for her
favorite sport persists, she'll prob-
ably make her rounds by bicycle,
a short trip compared to her ten
week bicycle excursions. She will
dismount carrying nothing but her
cheery smile and the experience
she received doing volunteer hos-
pital work, enough to cure any
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Jewel Anne Hass
This .lewel's sparkling personality
makes her a gem ot a girl. Her
sense of humor is a priceless pos-
session which she goodanaturedly
shares with iis all. She'd like to
l-now how anyone could ever for-
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As it is said Richie has all that
it takes to become a great soccer
player. tWhich he is incidentlyl.
After he has been through col-
lege, he plans on an engineering
career. ln his spare time, he's just
burning up with a desire to col-
lect matches. tRichie will always
remember our glorious victory over
Ridgewood in soccer in l9'38.l
How can Hauch maintain an easy
going smile and personality even
when all the world's in a tur-
moil? It must be the relaxing
effect of beating drums at Jam
Sessions or Mr. Dubin's Chem.
class.. "Be good" says Paca, and
he gives more than ip service to
this statement. The sombre world
ot business will be brightened by
Frank's sense of humor.
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2. To capture moments and mp0dS.
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3. To capture hearts with fricndll-
ness and a sparkling sense ot
Carl H. Hecker
Maybe some people wouldn't give
a fig for a date but Carl enioys
dating a great deal, Besides
painting the toxxn pink with his
date, Carl also enioxs more artis-
tic kinds of painting and drawing
Carl likes every kind of music
Maxine Susan Heimoff
Knowing Max is a refreshing ex-
perience. She's completely natural,
even to the tips of her long hlonde
hair. Intelligence, individuality
and candori these are Mak to the
core Nuclear physics is the field
fit for her clear mind, and watch-
Leonard Harris Hellman
"Definitely" without Lenny we
would not have had assemblies,
wc would not have had as many
laughs, we would have lacked one
"personful" of warmth and good
looks. But Lenny was "definitely"
hero, exhibiting athletic ability or
History teachers make way for
Our boy Howie.
We know he'll achieve success be-
cause of his persistent efforts.
In swimming he is particularly
skillful, but he
Excels in every sporting or social
except hillbilly and opera The ing soccer games the pastime fit entertaining young ladies. And activity.
music he will hear in the future for her tastes. At college and Lenny will "definitely be at col-
will be college songs and then always, she'll "bloom sae fresh and lege, where he will "definitely"
"Get a Job." fair. be successful.
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be in motionl.
l.To drive a car after homework
is finished, esp. while listening
to rock 'n' roll or modern jazz.
2. To travel, to help people, hence
to be a doctor.
3.To water ski or swim.
Arlene .loan Hershey
Arlene is a person who makes
"survival of the fittest" difficult.
What can be more fit than intel-
ligence, a broad base of reading
experience, enjoyment of the
theatre, just the right amount of
temperament and sentiment, and
the illogical statement, "l failed
the test." We can't help liking
her, though, even if she does make
the "fittest" more "fit".
Fausto P. Hidalgo
Ecuador has given Teaneck a very
unusual personality in Fausto Hid-
algo. l-le admires intelligence and
courage in others and plays - in
many sports. The most interesting
thing about Fausto is his love for
airplanes. He won first prize in
a Model Plane Contest in Ecuador.
He'Il leave model planes, however,
to become a test pilot.
Susan Vicki Himber
Sue can surely toot that flute.
She easily whistled her way into
All-State Band. Like the Pied
Piper, she is a wonderful leader
as shown by her selection as Girls'
State Delegate. The key to her
winning the Elmira Key Award
was her wonderful qualities of
sincerity, loyalty, and friendship.
Marsha L. Hochberg
Marsha's elementary school stu-
dents will certainly sing "Getting
to Know You" with broad grins
on their faces, because they will
be getting to know more than a
teacher, they will be getting to
know a sincere friend, who means
it when she smiles, She will teach
them the importance of strong
character. lf children profit by
example, they are sure to learn.
George really gets his message
across whether he's working for
the American Telephone and Tele-
graph Company or working on his
Hi-Fi set. Rock and roll, cars, and
baseball are "cool as a moose!",
he says. Fond memories of cafe-
teria food and of room 2l7 really
get the message to George.
Charles Norman Hodum
Chuck is known for his marks-
manship both with guns and with
jokes. He enjoys shooting and
shoots enjoyment. ln college,
studying liberal arts, Chuck will
again hit the mark. "Why?"
Because he has a wonderful sense
of humor, is known for natural-
ness and sincerity and will strive
to a life beneficial to others.
Audrey Elaine Honis
Honire, ivi, -itus, -a, -um fLat.
- to reportl.
1.To enter the field of journalism
equipped with writing ability,
cheerfulness and fond memories
of Mr. Dupperets English classes.
2.'To enjoy many extra curricular
activities especially bowling.
3. To be that special kind of cheer-
fulness that is Audrey.
"The Music Man", that's Art.
You'll find his baritone sax at
Senior Band practices or on the
stage with the Teaneck Jazz Band
we've all come to know and
applaud. Art also excels in track.
The future will find him "swing-
ing down the lane" towards a
career as a lawyer.
WANTED: Ronald Honisg answers
to "Ho there Honis!" Escaped
from the prison of everyday life
by driving around and listening
Barbara E. Hoffman
"C'mon Gang," Let's all put to-
gether a Bobbi Hoffman puzzle.
Two nice eyes fit into the picture
of a modelling career. A girl who
likes to drive, dance and talk fits
in, and two pieces shaped like a
pizza and an ice-cream cone.
Place those big pieces of honesty
and cheerfulness next to the one
shaped like Mr, Powley and Lo!
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record of stealing for himself the
friendship and admiration of
others: last seen on sports field
playing football, baseball, and bas-
ketballg may break out of high
When Phil graduates from college
school and head for college.
he will work the plank as a cabi-
net maker. When wrestling with
knotty problems, PhiI's sense. of
humor will increase the enjoy-
ment of his chosen field. Phil's
blue eyes are always on the look-
out for someone to whom he can
lend a hand. If Phil hammers
away at success he's sure to
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Barbara is really a Horn of plenty.
She enioys many things: all sports,
television, rock 'n' roll, and going
out. She does many things well:
singing, drawing and being friend-
ly. She is happy and carefree.
yet, she is not so carefree that
she ignores the needs and prob-
lems of others. Bobbi hopes to
be a beautician. "Nicel"
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Howie and Vic Tanny and weight
lifting compliment each other.
Howie even cracks a book occa-
sionally in his sleep. Honest, loyal
and scheming to attain a high
financial position, using the advice
froml "Mr. Thomas"
ljlowie is so addicted to weight
lifting he is always asking, "How
much do you press?"
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'tThere is one jolly fisherman,"
-.-.ho, following the Huck Finn
tradition, also eniovs camping out.
Shedding fishing vest, he dons the
garb of a career man in a me-
chanical field. On Saturday he
attends football games, sometimes
followed by "fumbles," Whether
it's the largest fish or the loudest
cheer, Mickey feels
should fulfill his own "beSt."
Margorie Janet Hughes
Whereas some girls say, "dishes
and more dishes", Margie thinks
for herself and says, "boys and
more boys". This blonde enioys
life? She likes going out, and
find: it easy to make new friends.
She is a fine bowler and ought
to make a vivacious secretary,
Warning to all bosses-"Watch
Mike is a collector's item, one of
a kind. ln high echelons, he is
known as a munismatics expert.
which we of Teaneck High School
call a coin collector. What makes
Mike a rare item is his sincerity,
the fact that he completes every
iob he begins, and "Futganik."
Anybody can want to be a
"dentist", but nobody will be a
"dentist" like Mike.
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There is an art to doing anything
well, be it painting, dancing or
kindness. Therefore, Dotti is an
artist in many ways. Originality
and creativity characterize Dotti
as a person who is not afraid to
be herself: which means being
trustworthy and kind. In the fu-
ture Dotti hopes to create beauty
either in the field of cosmetics
"Cindy, oh Cindy" we'll never
forget you. Neither will the Tri-
Hi-Y or Rainbow Girls. Down at
Teaneck pond your skating is
acclaimed, and you have a way
of looking at life through a sharp
eye. College and later medical
technology will be waiting for you.
Carol Ann Humphries
As ye sew so ye shall reap. Carol,
who is adept with a needle and
thread, can look forward to a
bountiful harvest. Carol admires
character in other people and her
own is certainly pleasing. People
feel at ease in her friendly, help-
full company. Cruising on Barnegat
Bay or going to junior college.
Carols good nature will get her
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"Sandy" is one girl who has
enough pep for three. She's
always doing something, be it
dancing, bowling or reading. Her
fondest memories include the
Junior Prom and Mr. Martino's
history class. "You're kidding"
if you don't think that this sweet
miss doesn't dig Sinatra or Mathis.
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"Alice, Alice! Wake up, Alice!"
But, no, for Teaneck's Alice is
too busy dreaming about a won-
derland of books and shows and
lots of telephones. Our Alice's
cheerful and thoughtful nature
will make it easy for her to un-
lock the door leadin to the teach-
ing career of which she dreams.
Dale Christian Jackson,
Dale's southern accent compli-
ments his warm southern person-
ality. He is a good impersonator
and is forever teasino anyone who
will listen. "Really??" As presi-
dent of the Methodist Youth
Group, Dale puts his excessive
energy to work. His many inter-
and Mr. Puro's mechanical drawing
ests include music, dating, football,
class. We are sure Dale's life
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Diane Janet Jacobson
Someday Diane is going to be an
elementary school teacherg for the
time being, she occupies herself
well with talking on the telephone,
setting her hair, playing tennis,
swimming, bowling, ice-skating,
and dancing. Diane, whose assets
are reliability, enthusiasm and
brown eyes, can easily be found at
the J.C.C., in her car or shopping.
Jake is a great baseball player
tall county as a juniorl, a sterling
quarterback lbefore he was in-
jured his per cent of completions
was better than Conerly'sl. Jilly
Bake is a good basketballer, a
member of his church youth group,
and a Don Juan at parties, After
college, Bill has set up for him-
self the highest goal, that of be-
ing a good citizen.
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Believe it or not:
Danielle is the "little bopperf'
Danielle fondly remembers the de-
licious cafeteria food.
Danielle can really play the piano.
Danielle dances well.
Danielle has true integrity.
Danielle will be a teacher.
"Oh yah." You can believe lt be-
cause it's all true.
George did not have to wrestle
for recognition, although he re-
ceived it for his wrestling ability
by taking second place in the
district wrestling championship.
Sports play a big part in the life
of this clean-cut, good-looking
boy who has been on the football,
wrestling, and baseball teams. He
plans next to wrestle with col-
lege, he's sure to be a winner,
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J. Robert Jalil
We aren't sure whether or not
Bob eats wheaties but he certainly
is a champion. ln his junior year
Robert was an all-state choice in
soccer and was also a state wres-
tling champion. This year Bob was
sick and was unable to participate
fully in the athletic program
However, performances off the
field as well as on, will always
make Bob a champion,
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Marie Helena Janssens
Everything will be copesetic for
Marie, if she can be with people
and boys, of course. Ree Ree,
lcha, cha, chal, as she is called
by her good friends, especially
enioys writing and singing-
Chorus lO, ll and Choir l2. She
will probably enter the field of
teaching, but for now she is hav-
ing a wonderful time doing a
little bit of everything,
Peter A. Jansson
Clarinet-playing, electronics ihe's
a ham radio enthusiasti, and the
ability to pronounce Swedish
tongue twisters all combine to
make Pete one of the most versa-
tile ot this year's Seniors. Pete,
who enjoys tennis, swimming, and
good jokes, plans to study engi-
neering physicsg his fairness and
his quiet good nature are his
This good-looking guy is forever
trying to push back that annoy-
ing lock of hair. Surprisingly
enough, Al has an aversion to
holidays. "Why not?" He should
go out for debating since he has
such a talent for arguing. ln
Allen's chosen career of automo-
tive engineering, his many assets,
especially his ability to tinker with
cars, wil be appreciated by the
"Just leave it to me", says Judi,
"and l'll do it for you." Judi is
loyal to her friends, she will do
anything for them. She is lively,
never dull. She likes lively music
-jazz, rock 'n' roll and Latin.
She likes to keep moving and thus
enjoys riding a horse, swimming
and driving. She is in a hurry to
grow up and become a book-
The "Lone Star State" will soon
welcome this officer of De Molay
into its borders as a student at
Texas A C1 M, Although his many
friends signify that he isn't a
lone star, he should fit in very
well because his accent is so
appropriate. It is also appropriate
that artistically inclined Jimmy
should be inclined to use his
talent as an engineer.
The only thing in this world that
can replace Jeszie is a garbage
disposal unit with a bad memory.
The food that goes into Jeszie
should be able to last anyone else
for a weekg it hardly lasts him
until next day! But eating isn't
the onl thing on his mind, he
enjoys Jinking too. His recipe for
a good life consists of girls, food,
"Theme in shadow and gold."
Gold is insight, judgment and hu-
mor-tempered by thought and
experiences. Shadow is the words
yet to be written, the ideas yet
to be expressed, and those never
to be revealed-this is her right
and strength. "l do not know
which to prefer--the beauty of
inflections or the beauty of in-
nuendoes" - gold, or shadow.
"The Most Unforgettable Char-
acter" with emphasis on "char-
acter" is "Katesy." She has the
ability to cause trouble, miss
airplanes, bring laughter and solve
problems simultaneously. Add to
this, sharp wit, generosity, matur-
ity and fantastic eyes, and that's
Barbara. Just ask anyone who
knows her, they'Il never forget.
Alice M. Kaplan
"We have lit upon the gentle,
sensitive mind" which sees people
and their actions not only in the
clarity of black and white, but
also in the depth and subleties
of varying shades of gray. With
this perceptiveness, Alice seeks
explanations for eternal riddles.
ln music and literature she finds
shadows of answers. Many shad-
ows make substance.
Faith Irene Kaplan
Some people watch television to
see a show. Faith watches so
that she can memorize the com-
mercials. Witty Faith, who is
very interested in art, also enjoys
talking on telephone, listening to
records, dancing and swimming.
"I'll do it later." No, become a
nurse now. All of us sick people
need your humor.
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Very rarely do you find a person
like Mike Kates. He is an excel-
lent student, lsequence honorsl,
a fine athlete, lsoccer IO, il,
l2J, and a talented artist, lask
Mrs, Gearyl. Yet, he somehow
manages to find time to keep up
a deep appreciation and stead-
fast following for good violin
music, A real witty guy, Mike
believes culture has its rewards.
Ruth, better known as Ruthie to
all her friends, likes to drive,
swim, and ice-skate, She enter-
tains her friends with her laughter,
iokes and wild tales: she enter-
tains herself by going to football
games. One special talent of hers
is working with others. This year
you can find Ruth in the Senior
Choir next year, in Junior College.
Kaplanus, -a, -um. fLat.-super
active.l A Kaplan is a newly
discovered chemical element, more
active than any previously known
to man, its activity ranges from
Stage Crew to Senior Class Cab-
inet. It is capable of running on
the track team, playing basket-
ball, or talking on the telephone
to girls, Much can be expected
from this newly discovered sub-
Theodore A. Kempf, Jr.
lt's a bird, it's a plane, no it's a
drag race and Ted is in the lead
shouting "Give it the gas"! Ted
is a whiz at tinkering with his
cars, or different types of engines.
After high school, he will attend
the Teterboro School for Mechan-
ics to major in aeronautical div-
sion, Always willing to help a
friend or engine in need, Ted's
future is bright.
"Say it a little louder and we'lI
activate to it." l said that Claire
is wholesome and enthusiastic,
that she iust loves camping out,
that she can get along well with
anxtiodv, and that she's an out-
standing athlete, and that she en-
ioxs a good date. l also said she
"cracks" pokes. l'm finished.
Now xou can activate into a
physical education teacher.
Lois Ann Kehrli
lf we were to takc one cheerful,
smiling girl whose countless inter-
ests include singing, records, and
dancing, add to this sequence
honors, two dancing trophies, a
four-year crush, and a cheerful
"Hiya!"g then put in a musical
talent and college in the future
for good measure we'd have Lois,
one hundred percent.
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Mary Lynn Kenny
They'll "fly through the air with
the greatest of ease" when Mary's
their airline hostess. Not only
will their stewardess be cute, but
she'll take a sincere interest' in
their welfare since she enioys
people. For experienced travellers
her cheerful chatter will chase
away tedium, while "first-timers"
will be too busy laughing to be
Bill is one of the busiest boys in
school. He does so many things
that we can't figure out where he
finds the time. He can't either.
As a matter of fact there are just
some things that he cant flnd
time for. Filling out his biogra-
phy sheet is one of those things.
We hope that his busy schedule
finds time for success.
Joan Ellen Keiber
Whenever there is a radio around
playing rock 'n' roll, Joan will be
singing along with the record. She
is always full of spirit. Her beau-
tiful brown eyes glow when she's
hepped up. Joan has been active
in the Leaders Club and Saint
Anastasia C.Y,O. A warm smile
and pleasing personality enable
her to win new friends easilly.
The tall Confederate general com-
manded his troops well, and our
little Yankee Lee commands the
hearts of all who know her equally
as well. Her rank and geniality
will give Uncle Sam a good rea-
son to draft her as a future
teacher in the citizen's corps,
"Oh you don't know" the real
Susan, unless you know about her
"problems", her French transla-
tions, her shopping trips in Hack-
ensack, her memories of Mr.
Breisch's class. Unless you know
of her intelligence, her enthusi-
asm, her dramatic talent, and her
desire to constantly increase her
knowledge of the world, "Oh you
don't know" Susan.
Richard Martial Kilmurray
Kilmurray adi. Kfrom Lat. kilmur-
ryus, a, um meaning nauticali.
1. Pertaining to one who intends
to go into the Navy after high
2. Pertaining to one who likes
playing square cards and round
3. Pertaining to one whose affa-
bility should bring him waves
of friends in the Navy.
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Was ist eine Kleine Linda? Well
das ist a girl who loves to be
mit people. Eine Kleine Linda ist
also an understanding, personable
girl rnit eine lovely smile und
she ist un active member of Young
Life, Eine Kleine Linda ist sure
to be a success in eine teaching
career. Guten Luck!
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Monika, who is sensitive and in-
telligent will naturally make a
fine, sensitive, intelligent elemen-
tary school teacher. She is an
extra special nice girl who never
shouts about how nice she is.
Indeed, Monika shouts only where
shouting is necessary. She likes
Marzipan and Chinese food which
proves she is discriminating and
has good taste.
John F. Kindergan
John is one of those people who
fits in anywhere. Perhaps it's
his sense of humor or his ability
in sports. Maybe his easy-going
personality and level-headedness
explain why he is sought after.
Probably all of them together
make John such a fine guy, and
will make him such a fine civil
engineer, that people just enjoy
being with him.
Paul Eugene Klein
"Calling Paul Klein" is what
people are always doing, because
they recognize a leader when they
see one. Paul responds to the call
to service by being president ot
Student Council and of County
l-li-Y, and by doing a great job
in both. He's also in great de-
mand as a wonderful friend. To
"Calling Dr. Klein," Paul will
respond as an excellent surgeon.
See that well-dressed boy going
down the hall? lt's probably Gary
and if it is you'd better step aside
because when he puts on the
speed he is a very fine runner
tlast year he was one of the
standouts on the track teami. No
matter where he's running, he'll
always go out of his way of
others. But don't stop him now,
he's on the road to dentistry.
Victoria Ann Klein
Vicki, fl never use Victoriag,
Klein is an ambitious. delicious.
charmingly capricious female. Her
future plans include being listed
in "Who's Who" as-"oustand-
ing in the field of biology". Vicki
enjoys exotic foods, i"I like the
cafeteria food!"l, and bike trips
on which you can learn something!
She has a talent for living it up.
know what l mean"-
that's Andy's favorite expression.
What Andy usually means is folk
music--he can listen to it for
hours. Aside from folk music,
Andy likes socializing and driving.
Good-looking and intelligent, Andy
will go tar. Where? Law, perhaps.
Honesty and sincerity help round
out the personality of a boy
who'll find happiness.
Iris is famous for doing things at
the last minute. Unlike everyone
else who does things at the last
minute, lris gets them done. This
strong determination is a large
part of her character, the other
part is a mixture of wit, wishes
and common sense. -Enjoying
music of all kinds occupies some-
time. Other times she SIHQS.
dances or acts.
Richard A. Knop
An expressive face is worth a
thousand words. Without saying
anything Richie conveys his feel-
ings towards any manner of sub-
jects, The Thanksgiving Day
games rate a broad grin and the
mention of a sick engine brings
a down-hearted curve to his lips.
To us less spastic individuals,
Richie means lin wordsl "Hey,
dad."-a great guy.
Here's Ruthie Knopp, a fresh addi-
tion to T.H.S., who already has at
least one outstanding memory here
-Mr. Church's English classes.
Planning to major in Nurse's
Training, Ruth has a remarkable
talent for playing the piano in
Spanish, both popular and sacred
music. Ruth gets a kick out of
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"Hey there, you." Here's .J-ack
Koedderich with his 'familiar
greeting and the easy-going per-
sonality of which he has plenty
although he never wastes words.
.lack likes basketball and base-
ball, and has played on both
teams. He also plays on the team
of friendship and loyalty, He
applies as strictly to himself as
to others the high standards he
"Sincere, sagacious, melancholy"
-words that described Lincoln
and also fit Steve. What he has
to say is worth listening to be-
cause it stems from contemplation
and is not hidden in euphemisms.
He is interesting because he is
interested, especially in you, Plato
and Stereo. He remembers incon-
sequental facts too, a key to suc-
cessful college years.
Marguerite Rose Koskinas
"Bonjour Mademoiselle" we say
to Margie who knows what we're
talking about since she's the vice
president of the French club. lt's
Greek to us why she holds such
fond memories of Mr. Breisch's
Greeks. 5he's nuts about peanuts
brittle, Mathis, and people. Her
optimistic outlook on life will cer-
tinly be appreciated by her future
Susan M. Kramer
"Oh, oh, oh, what a girl," and
what an asset she is to anything
and everything she approaches.
She is accompanied by laughter,
bubbling excitement and the fiery
temper of a girl with true auburn
hair. Her hobby is collecting
trophies for her excellent tennis
game, Even when she's not play-
ing tennis, she'Il always be winning
Jerilyn Marcy Kossack
Jerilyn is talented at doing imita-
tions, But since her father told
her it isn't polite to imitate people,
she has stopped. This is sad be-
cause Jeri's imitations were very
funny. But her other talents,
which include forgetting her
glasses and making people happy
by being so natural that every-
one around her relaxes, more
than compensates the loss.
Anne B. Kotlow
There are many types of talents.
Perhaps some of the greatest
talents are these: to know how
to be a warm and devoted friend,
to know how to give unselfishly
of oneself to others, to know how
to quietly but consistently seek
knowledge, wisdom and truth in
their forms. Anne knows all of
this. She is a very talented girl.
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"Blue are her eyes as the fairy
And twinkling with school spirit.
lt's a wonder she has time to
Her activities are so numerous.
Working hard, always being a
Cheer-leading, singing and keep-
Betty's energy seems to know no
She's perfect college material,
Ilona S. Kreiger
First it's college for Lonny. Then
either Wacs or Waves or maybe
she'll be a worder wave. After
the service, Lonny will be magi-
cally transformed by her talents
into another Sarah Heartburn. But
until then, Lonny spends her spare
time making banana splits for her
friends.. Lonny uses more ice
cream per cubic friend than any-
one else, la lot of ice creaml.
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"Howie's" usual comment is "what
a way to go!" We have a feeling
that he could be referring to those
crazy study halls, as he so aptly
describes them. Ah, back to the
days of Mr. Verna's literary lin-
xguistics. His modest tastes include
an love of money and beautiful
girls. His good. sense of humor
insures him a life of merriment.
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When people say that John is a
man that's hard to beat, they
really mean it. He has made a
bi hit as a drummer in the band.
Join is also known for his ability
to make pizza pies. He enioys
swimming, watching television,
and sleeping when he's not prac-
ticing the drums or doing home-
work. John will beat it to college
Gary A. Kulhanjian
When you make room for "Kujy"
you make room for a person who
is a wonderful friend and a good
sport. You make room tor a boy
who is enthusiastic about football
and who remembers well being a
member of the "EES" champion-
ship team. You make room for
one of the proudest Armenians in
T.l-LS. and for "what a panic."
Surely anyone can make room for
Her beautiful eyes have a certain
glow, they seem to reveal her
inner warmth. She has a home-
spun wit that is unsurpassable.
Her musical abilities range from
playing the piano to dancing.
The latter talent has won her
many awards. Her compatibility
with children will be an import-
ant factor in her success as a
Robert W. Kunath
"The sound of music" echoes
through the halls and the ladies
perk up their ears to the music
of the "Gents" the rock and roll
band of which Bob is a part.
His guitar has strung together
many a variety show and jam
session. Bob's other assets, which
include honesty, loyalty, and
friendliness, will be put to use in
the field of retail business.
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Alex is a fine soccer player and
wrestler, who will never forget Mr.
Savage's class, and who plans to
be an Air Force Pilot. lU.S., of
coursel. But meanwhile he is
content with being young and a
Viking, enjoying Saturdays with
the guys, jazz, drawing, and eat-
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"Later" can constantly make
people laugh with his fine sense
of humor and his ability' to tell
jokes. He has an easy-going D921
sonality-"What, me WQFVY?
Jeff's interest in science is re-
flected by his desire to become
a dentist. Maybe he just wants
a captive audience for his jokes.
Barbara E. Lamm
Most lambs "baa" but Barbara
Lamm sings and her singing is a
lot more melodious than most
lambs. She loves going to the
theater, maybe because she has
visions of herself on that stage
someday, a dream which very
possibly will come true. Even
outwardly, with her long hair and
chic clothes, the arts are a part
Commercial art, here she comes!
A fine all-around athlete, skiing,
boating, and swimming-and a
real gone artist, She's won art
awards, loves to draw in her spare
time, scribbles the rest of the
time, and expresses herself
through her art. Someday her
friends will be saying "l knew
her when." Watch out, Walt
A blueprint of Larry's
career and interests consists of
straight, clear lines and a smooth
finish. The line that runs through-
out is a love for architecture. It
shows itself in a desire for a
career in this field and member-
ship in the drafting club, It is
ornamented by athletic ability
and an interest in cars, drawing,
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There are two sides to Sis, as her
good friends call her. Side one
presents a teenage girl who is a
Red Cross Council Member, likes
to talk about boys, and plans to
work in a bank as a bookkeeper.
Side two shows us a talented
dancer and singer, who, with a
little bit of luck, can forget the
bookkeeping for a career in show
William D. Lasser
Here's a kid who won't make
He's a boy with the name Bill
At riflery he has great skill.
For dentistry he has the will.
But all in all, he's just our Bill.
Loves music country and western
His sense of humor will make you
All the gang at T.H.S.
Hopes Bill achieves desired success.
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Roger G. Lang
Roger is Teaneck's answer to any-
body's question. This is so because
Roger can do just about anything
except pass camels through the
eyes of needles. Photography and
autos are BIG on his list of activ-
ities. Roger is proud to be of
that stout-hearted group of stu-
dents who risk their lives every
day in the role of Miss Allen's
George Charles Larson
ls it a bird, is it a plane? Ask
George, since he's an expert on
identifying flying objects. "l.ars"'
achievements are many. Perhaps
his fondest memory is being
chosen tor Boys' State. George
escapes from reality by playing
a mighty fine guitar with friend
Fips. "lky,, Aie George" will be
on the receiving end of the medi-
cal bills after college. '
Edward J. Leary
Eddie is a boy of many talents.
One of these talents is rational-
ization, Perhaps this explains his
claim that homework is his favor-
ite pastime. Another talent is
procrastination. This does not ex-
plain his "Lets stop this frivoIity!"
Other talents like athletic prowess
and amiability will make him a
well rounded MD,
John A. Leclerq
People in T.H.S. have many vary-
ing interests. Thus it is no real
surprise to find that Jack enjoys
the trips he has made to the
guidance office. Jack also likes
more normal things, like boats and
girls. In music, he likes just about
anything. On the track team for
three years, he claims that track
is his favorite sports, and he's
even running to college.
Pat, who enjoys every aspect of
her youth, will help others retain
theirs when she becomes a beau-
tician. Her own wide smile and
big blue eyes however need no
improvement. Her amazing abun-
dance of pep and energy are
manifested in many ways but
especially in the sport of bowling
in which she is outstanding.
Genius is too great a term to use
lightly. It means possessing hu-
mane qualities to a far greater
degree than most men. lt means
seeing more and seeing more clear-
ly, thus feeling more, It means
having a creative and original
mind which leads to creation. It
means talent. Perhaps this term
can be applied to Steve.
William Craig Leers
William Leers is known by his
middle name Craig. For the last
two years he has served T.H.S.
as manager of the basketball and
baseball teams. Besides watching
athletic contests, Craig enjoys
listening to hi-fi and working
model trains. He was president
of the Drafting Club in his Junior
year. A career in the business
field awaits Craig.
Elaine Virginia Lettie
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Elaine has tremendous school spirit
and closely follows T.H.S. varsity
teams. She especially enjoys see-
ing Teaneck's football team WIN.
Elaine is working hard towards a
career in nursing and "next stop"
for her is Nursing School. She will
always remember the 2nd floor
senior high girls room-sweet
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Mike would like to know "why?"
"Why" what? "Why" almost any-
thing! This boy has one of the
most inquisitive minds around. He
has a talent for digging up the
little details that other people
don't ordinarily think of. His
common sense, love of fair play,
and congenial personality will
secure him success as an electrical
Trudy's height and energy don't
correspond. She is one of the
liveliest "class breaker's up" in
school. Many a teacher will never
forget her. Her wild antics and
uninhibited laugh lend a sparkle
to her surroundings. Her varied
moods will help her in the var-
ious character parts that she will
portray when she conquers Broad-
Barry Gordon Leveen
"Bombing around" is one of his
favorite pastimes. Casual Barry
plans to go to a college and mayor
in Math, Science and Fraternity
Life. Through the dim lit night
the slim silhouette of this italian
Epicure can be seen raiding piz-
zerias. He balances the day by
listening to Belafonte's-Calypso
and old 'Rock and Roll hits.
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"Holy cow, man!". We of T.H.S.
sincerely say that England's loss is
America's gain. Daddy-O won his
citizenship this year and here'S
what the U.S. gained: one hot
trombone player: one loyal friend,
a future physicist, and one great
guy. Our wishes go wherever lan
Here's a paradox for you. Richie
doesn't measure up to ten feet
but he feels a person should strive
for the highest goal he can reach.
When it comes to such a person
as Rich the Kid, he can touch
goals higher than ten feet. His
so called "Stilts" include a great
talent at the organ, at tennis, and
at keeping everybody laughing.
Miriam B. Levi
Miriam's friends insist that she
should be known not for her sense
of humor, but forputting choco-
late and butter on rye bread. In
case you're afraid that Miriam is
going to be a chef, relax, Miriam
wants to be a' child psychologist.
She'll need all of her understand-
ing in that job.'Miriam is a natural
for it, though: people like her.
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Joanne can often be found, comb
in hand, arranging one of her
striking Oriental hairdos. However,
this green-eyed miss is thoroughly
American as her hobbies lainl
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ping, ping-pong, ice-skating, driv-
ing, and sleeping! lA necessity
after enjoying all those others,i
College is the next activity on
Sharone Heather Levine
The consummation of loveliness
with the Mona Lisa's secret. Rare
talents molded with a captivating
charm will produce success as an
actress. Sharon is this year's presi-
dent of the Playcrafters and a
talented addition to the Cameos,
both valuable starts on her up-
coming career. All these talents,
plus insight and sensitivity make
Sharon a rare find.
"Fudda mudda duclda"--You try
to figure it out, because we can't!
Karen must know what it means
since she is constantly saying it.
This is just another expression of
her individuality. Horseback riding
and ice skating are only two of
the sports in which she partici-
pates. Talking and dancing are
more of her pastimes. Teaching is
her chosen career.
Hold the show till Mike comes.
He's on his way to college but it
won't be long until he's a the-
atrical agent. Mike sports a "T"
for intramural wrestling and a
memory of the '59 football -sea-
son. He also has a noted singing
talent which he uses in several
singing groups. Besides all of this
"he's got personality."
To cite all of 'l.inda's numerous
activities would require too much
space, but they form an interest-
ing variety, including everything
from Spanish to l.eader's Club. She
plans to be a teacher, is an excel-
lent dancer and loves sports. lt
is this versatality of interests and
abilities which makes Linda a
wonderful "all-around" girl.
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Richard F. Levy
Ricky's favorite pastimes are read-
ing and modern jazz though his
friends say they're wine, women
and song. Ricky's been a long time
clarinet toting member of our fine
marching band, His favorite sports
are baseball, football, golf and
tennis. "Cut's no ice" is this cool
cat's favorite expression. After
college Rickey will be a doctor.
What does it mean being a Levine
named Myra? First, it means hav-
ing an infectious smile, sparkling
brown eyes, and warm personality.
Then, it means possessing out-
standing leadership and scholastic
abilities. Finally, and very import-
ant, it means being especially
fond of ice cream sodas and Frank
"A friend in need is a friend in-
deed." Sandy is indeed a friend,
always ready with a smile and
good word. lt's no private secret
that Sandy wants to be a private
secretary after she finishes busi-
ness college. Long after that,
however, Sandy will remember
Mr. Powley who taught her book-
Barry Charles Liebl
If you aren't careful, you're
"Liebl" to run into a big guy with
broad shoulders who has been a
member of the football, wrestling
and track teams since tenth grade,
Duke Ruffin of the Memorial
team got careless, and no one will
ever forget the great way Eoz
tackled him. He is also a pro-
ficient wrestler and will become
a proficient printer,
"Thank heaven for little girls"
because 'some of them grow up
like Roni. Cute figure, beautiful
9Yes and a quick mind has she.
Want more? Well, there's her am-
bition, spunk, sense of humor, and
sincerity, Are there more like her?
Undoubtedly not, and only one
COHSQG wil be able to have her
present on campus.
Elizabeth Ann Liben
Her quiet exterior belies her zany
interior. Once you get to know
Betty, you'll never forget her, Her
every mannerism displays her indi-
viduality: her pendulum-like walk,
her unique but flattering hairdos,
and her tres '1Libenish" French
pronunciation Sincere, Dersonable
and lust plain wonderful is the
description of this lovely lady,
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Robert Arthur Lippman
This mild-mannered, fleetfooted,
globe-circling senior has returned
to circle our track for Mr, Ryan,
For recreation Bob enjoys reading
and classical music, but he can
really move when it comes to
track and chess, He'll never for-
get the time he spentuin calculus
class. Bob enjoys solving puzzles
but lnasn't yet solved the puzzle
of his future.
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William Frederick Liebler
Historically, William Liebler has a
great knowledge of history al-
though he likes to "Live always
from day to day." Bill, who likes
to read and listen to classical and
show music, will remember long
hard hours of studying math and
French at T.H.S. We know Bill's
future history will include great
success at college.
Karen Sue Liskovsky
Dizzy fingers and dizzy figures
represent Karen's interests. She
has won music awards for her tal-
ented piano playing and eniOYS
modern dance. Karen, who also
likes to play tennis and swim,
will remember the friends she's
made at T.H,S. Although she runs
around in circles, Karen is headed
straight for college. "Poof-
you're a melted!"
For a big guy, Lieb gets around,
You've seen him on the football
field, the track field and the
wrestling mats, He's also the guy
that keeps everybody out of the
Jewish Community Center on
Thursday nights. Actually, though,
'Lieb is serious-minded, wanting
marriage and a career after high
school. lP.S. hit him on his
Leslie ho es to become a dentist
at 550,800 a year with "no
sweat." Besides dentist drills,
Leslie enjoys football, soccer and
baseball drills as well. Sitting
down activities include television
and movies. Leslie goes into a
spin over records ipopular and
swingl and girls. Les will achieve
more because of his witty per-
Joann E. Locke
The key that unlocks Jo's future
is a nurse's cap. The key to Joan's
personality is sincerity and a year
in Mr. Verna's English class. Get-
ting into trouble is ,her specialty,
but her specialty as a nurse will
be keeping babies out of trouble
as a baby care technician. The
babies under her care will be the
"laughingest" in town, due to Jo's
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"As the sun colors flowers, so
does art color life", which means
that Jane's life is like a rainbow.
Examples of her distinctive work
can be seen in the i960 Hi-Way,
to which Jane contributed both
time and talent. in addition to
painting, she enjoys music and
literature, Along the path of her
rainbow lie the colors of a career
Jean Irma Loeb
Permettez-nous de vous presenter
Mile. Jean Loeb. Jean has a
finesse about her that is a rare
find. She is sincerely interested
in helping other people, as psy-
chology, her chosen field indicates.
Intelligence, a sense of human
dignity and perserverance will help
her do this job well. Even the
French love Jeannie with her
Vincent M. Loschiavo
Vini may appear the silent type,
but to his friends he reveals his
sense of humor and conversational
abilitl. Much of his time is spent
absor ing TV programs and popu-
lar music, but he does express
himself in Miss Smith's class. He
causes a ping-pong ball to make
noise by slaming it across the
table. He has remained quiet
about future plans.
Joan Roselyn Loeb
Joan is one of those people who
are good at everything. She is
tied for first place in the class
ratings. She plays the clarinet
well. In ninth grade she won the
American Legion award. Her many
friends say that she can fool boys
into having them think she's
smart. With talents like that,
Joanie's bound to be a success at
what ever she does.
Richard E. Lowenthal
Everytime the Teaneck Jazz Band
plays, there is a point where the
whole band stops to listen to a
red-face guy rise and blow his
heart out into the hottest trumpet
you've ever heard. This is how
we'll remember Dick. When not
playing his trumpet, which is not
often, Dick is probably enjoying
That "certain smile" helps to make
others happy and that smile be-
longs to Sylvia Loeb. Syl plans to
focus her sunbeams on business
school and then light up an office
as a secretary. Her face brightens
even more when on dates, when
speaking on the telephone, and
when recollecting homework and
bookkeeping classes. lAnd Mr.
Powley somewhere in there.l
Karen R. Lowry
Karen, pretty as a princess, surely
deserves the nickname "Smiley"
Her day is spent doing an endless
Pepsodent commercial. She's 8
whole popularity poll rolled into
one fabulous package. She was
our May Queen and Junior Prom
and Jug Queen. A court like that
can't fail. Karen might say "don't
be silly" but we know it's all true.
Linda Terry Luria
Linda is very active in school
activities-Student Service, Art
Service Squad and Girls' League.
But when she gets home, we find
another dreamy Johnny Mathis
Nancy S. Lyons
Everyone in T.H.S. knows Nancy
from the many humerous pieces
she has written for the Te-Hi
News. A person, in order to be
truly funny, must have a keen
fan, who very much enioys draw-
ing and reading, She plans to
supplement high school with a
college education. Her attractive
wardrobe and immaculate ways
will complement any campus.
intellect and a certain warmth of
feeling for people and ideas.
Nancy has both, and in addition,
she handles words with ease,
shifting them to create something
funny or something serious.
Peter A. Luongo
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Billie is as colorful and as much
fun as a scotch plaid. The colors
she would seem to favor are blue
lThe Big Blue that ish, green
lfor an Irish English teacherl and
red lfor a lively personalityrg
Billie has received many athletic
awards. If awards were given for
a sense of humor, Billie would
have another trophy to take to
"Ming", easily recognized by a
broad smile and a cheerful out-
look which help him gain many
new friends, will always be re-
membered as Mr. Powley's Hunderf
ground" soccer player and as an
active wrestling enthusiast, The
formula for a good timei car
cruising or a stop at a nearby
card table with "the guys." All
of his fine qualities assure future
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Carmen A. Magliano
Classes like Mr, Carter's and Mrs.
Duffy's form Carmen's T.H.S.
A teaching career will find Carmen
conducting classes of his own.
Rusty, as he is called. abounds
with spirit and loyalty to T.H,S.
Music and sDorts occupy free hours.
Everyone finds him easy to be with.
Next year will find him in college.
Janet E. Maiorany
Turn on a victrola, put on some
mood music, give Jan a phone,
and don't bother her, cause she's
"gone". She returns, however, to
drive, dance and eat good pizza
pie and style hair. She is a mem-
ber of the Future Teachers of
America, is headed for college and
the field of teaching-how to
eat pizza pies neatly!
, . Donald Mairs
"Reverend Mairs", to be, has been
blest with an odd array of talents.
His future congregation will be
guided by one ot our outstanding
football linemen as well as an
avid jazz fan and musician. The
leadership gained by sincere will-
ingness to help others will help
him "don" the robes of the
Allan David Margolies
"Sometimes people call him an
idealist. Well, that is the way we
know Allen is an American,"
through his high ideals, generosity,
insistence on fair play, and enioy-
ment of political debates. Ideals,
like stars, cannot be touched, only
followed, and will lead Allan to
outspokeness, honesty, and a
career in psychiatry.
Walt wants to do something which
all of us on the yearbook want to
do-highway construction. He
believes in the three "r's": "ras-
slin', rifling, and racing lboatslf'
When he's not involved in Young
Life, he's busy preparing for his
future in college. There's no need
to wish him luck. His fine sense
of humor will help him chuckle
to a winning position.
"O, dear, what can the Manno
be?" After Teaneck High, Dick
plans on a science career and
driving choo-choo trains. He's a
real Manno' war on the football
field. This honor student never
misses a trick, except at bridge.
While some guys should be re-
membered for breaking girls
hearts, Dick should be remem-
bered for breaking their pencils.
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Boys, we feel that we should warn
you, Carol's favorite expression
isp "one tuna fish on white, one
tuna fish on rye, two portions of
french fries, and wish me good
luck"l Besides having a large
appetite, Carol has undertaken a
large responsibility as president ot
the French club. Happiness is her
goal, something that she will
surely attain as a teacher.
Tom's interest in guns has natu-
rally' made him an avid hunter
ent usiast. No ordinary pct is
good enough for himg horses are
the animal. Tom is easily recog-
nized by his tall, lanky appearance
and unruly dark hair. His friend-
liness and fun-loving personality
make him a fine friend. After
graduation Tom plans to enter the
Navy as a gunners mate.
"Blivit" is not really Mickey Man-
tel's son but judging by athletic
ability, you'd think he was.
Mendel won honorary mention all
county soccer team honors, plus
tennis awards. Brawn's not all
that Dave possesses, his gold pin
places him on top scholastic lists,
Dave even enjoys such "old man"
sports as bowling and cards.
Edward B. Mayer
lf you ever find Edward looking
down the mouth, it will only be
when he becomes a dentist.
Actually he is a very good sport
and possesses a keen sense of
humor which constantly amuses
his friends. Although Ed, a loyal
T.H.S. member, has many fond
memories of high school, his favorf
ite is our undefeated football
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FOR SALE: a sports, jazz, and
good time enthusiast equipped
with personality, wit, and a last-
ing sense ot humor, Condition:
previously. Joe has modestly
gained the friendship and respect
of everyone. This jovial Italian,
a commendable leader in the
school and community, will not
run out of school spirit. Price:
sincerity and friendliness.
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George has found it. An ability
to make friends, sincerity, bright
red hair, and recognized leader-
ship must be the ingredients. He
has also discovered life's deep
spiritual meaning. George will
leave football and other memories
for success at Gettysburg. A cer-
tain farm, girls, and jazz occupy
his free time or thoughts.
Cynthia Barbara McAuley
Cynnie's school spirit has been like
a pillar to T.H.S. She's always
been there to support all school
activities. Attending Thanksgiving
Day games and wrestling are her
favorite way of giving this sup-
port. Our favorite wav of receiv-
ing it is in her never-ceasing
cheerfulness. Cynnie's desire to be
a social worker puts her way out
on the road to her goal-seIf-
People don't call her "Honey"
without reason. Everyone is
attracted to this girl, not only
because she's sweet, but also be-
cause she's funny and has a
cheering affect on those who
stick by her, especially in a cer-
tain study hall. She loves music
-any type! She sings, plays the
piano and the guitar and plans a
career which will employ these
What's new? Well, Gerald was
new to T.H.S. but he's made so
many friends so quickly here, that
it's hard to remember when we
were without him, Despite his
own ability to tit in with crowds
of people, Gerald admires indi-
viduality in people. Gerald, who
likes driving around, will soon be
driving around college.
Whatever is left of his car, "Mac"
is found working on it. With
mechanical skill like his, he's
probably able to create an auto-
mobile from a two-cylinder engine.
He also creates a figure eight on
ice and a sharp figure when danc-
ing. Eddie does not need a great
deal to make him happy-a car,
music, the company of neat, ma-
Kathleen Lynn McCarthy
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l.One who is talented artistically
and hopes one day to become
a commercial artist.
2. One whose enthusiasm pervades
allithat is attempted, from talk-
ing on the telephone to singing
in the Senior Choir.
3. One who is always ready to
ture people and an electricians job. please,
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One of the cutest letters in Tea-
neck l-ligh's senior alphabet is
"Dee". "For Pet's sake" you can't
help noticing her big blue eyes
and petite figure. She's outstand-
ing in the fields of dancing, ice-
skating, and cooking. She'll fur-
ther her ABCs at scretarial school.
Eve Jeanette Mechur
Eve's Adam will be a very lucky
guy. He'll have a girl who loves
children, singing popular songs,
and helping when she is needed
the most. We don't worry about
any apples with our Eve, she's a
staunch advocate of honesty. A
career as a biologist will bring
her a fruitful life.
Patricia H. McEntee
You may have seen Pat cruising
around town in her pink convert-
ible, She likes driving in it so
much that she's always late. Pat
also enioys bowling and dancing.
"What a blast." Pat plans to be-
come a bookkeeper, and she'll
probably be a good one if she
ever comes in on time. We wish
her luck and promptness in reach-
ing her goal-success.
While bowling at the alley one
day, in the very merry month of
May, Lisa found a knitting needle
and has become the greatest knit-
tcr the "sohns of Mendel" have
ever seen. Lisa's a Tri-Hi-Y mem-
ber, ag "Hi-All" fan and a football
connoisseur, tfor a girl, of Coursey!
She's swinging towards college and
a teaching career.
Pat, new to T.H.S. has nonethe-
less managed to engineer himself
into the admiration and respect
of every one who knows him. ln
the future he will engineer his
way into college and then become
an engineer. Pat likes active pas-
times Iike basketball and baseball
and passive ones like T.V. His
admiration of honesty character-
izes his actions.
Virginia Ann Meringer
Two parts Gini to one part for'
sooth gives one a delightful recipe
for fun. The Gini is for Miss
Meringer, of course. The forsooth
is for the memories she holds for
the Stratford trip. After sampling
this concoction, one fancies that
she is a bookkeeper and spends
her spare time ice skating, bowl-
ing and gardening. Such is the
life of Gini.
Carole Joy Mervis
Joy was delivered to Mr. and Mrs
Mervis in a small bundle marked
"Handle with care." After year:
of careful handling. Carole is now
ready to enter college-a step
toward her desired career as a
biologist. She is adventurous and
curious. perhaps this is why she
likes science. Music, dancing and
painting fill up the package.
People sometimes get rattled at
Carolyn's jokes, to which she
quickly replies, "You ole rattle-
snake", but no animosity exists
because her cute smile is irresist-
able, her friendly nature, pacify-
ingp and her pretty face, pretty
enough to model, appealing.
Whether it is a good joke or a
serious discussion, Carolyn enjoys
being part of it.
Arlene Sheila Meyer
Arlene gets along with everyone
whether it's on the phone or face
to face. Interests in dancing,
music andart make Arlene happy.
which is a state of mind for
which she strives. Another thing
for which she is striving is a
career as an elementary school
teacher. "Hold on" kiddies, Arlene
will be there soon.
Stephen P. Miceli
Steve is a "fizzacist," that is, he
works part time as a soda jerk.
Steve's a ham when it comes to
his hobby as an amateur radio
operator. Speaking about ham,
Steve will never forget Mr. Puro's
mechanical drawing class. Even
though his favorite expression is
censored, Steve usually is mild
mannered and friendly.
Gwen Barrie Miller
These days, you're really fortunate
if you find a sketching equestrian,
who likes to write long letters and
take weekend trips to Philadelphia.
They're rare, and if you find one
don't let it go! Such a one is
Gwen Miller. Yet she's also pert,
likes Spanish guitars and wants to
become a home economist and
Mrs. "Really?" Really!"
Constance R. Mitchell
Connie, a girl who thinks for her-
self, chooses a career in architec-
ture. Why is a future architect
sailing or camping? Because these
activities bring her pleasure which
she, in turn, brings to others. Why
is a future architect the president
of a Girl Scout mariner troop?
Because Connie is a leader whose
spiritual maturity is recognized
by all. .
Allen D. Mittenthal
Al admires honesty in others, and
he has found it in his friends.
When they were asked what his
best asset was, they
"Money", although they also took
his high character and sense of
honor into account. He also likes
cars, both reading about and drive
ing them. Al plans to go to a
state teacher's college and then -
surprise-he's going to teach.
If ever an expression fitted some-
one "Hey, little girl in the high
school sweater" fits Rosemary.
Cute and dainty, with a "heap
big appetite," Rosie's easy to
please. She digs all kinds of rnusic,
loves football and basketball and
has the ability to make those
around her enjoy themselves. A
Girls' League member, Rosie wants
to be a P.S. after 5.5.
Sally Anne Moore
More than anything else, Sally has
brought to Teaneck High her good
humor and good sense. The Tri-
must have seen how dependable
she is, for she is an officer in
both of these clubs-vice presi-
dent and president respectively.
And she is never too busy to get
good marks. "Egad" how does
she do it?
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Jane enjoys the grace and preci-
sion of classical music, taste which
reflects the classical aspect of her
personality, the straight, clear
lines of sincerity and the softness
of consideration for others. There
is nothing excessive about Janie,
who exemplifies modesty and
humility. Typical of Jane, her
ambition is to teach handicapped
Merrill Harvey Morrison
"Bimbo" has been manager of our
football and basketball teams for
the past three years. To quote
him his favorite types of music
are "march music and bouncy
music." His favorite expression is
"Wanna make a bet." He says
that as a career he wants to be
a millionaire. We don't "wanna
make a bet" on this, but who
Anne L. Murphy
After high school, when Anne
finishes nursing school and be-
comes a real live nurse, we predict
she'll go down in history as the
greatest and most popular "Murph
nurse" of all timcs. She's been
through Mr, Pepperling's ninth
grade history class-that beats
it all-and she's a Murph who's
talented, witty and has got what
"Gentlemen prefer blondes" but
Murph would make a strike even
if her hair was blue. Her crazy
expressions and her unique laugh
are ever entertaining. She's a good
sport and good friend. Murph
especially remembers the rushed
lunch hours and gym classes.
Perhaps when she's a secretary.
her boss won't rush her as much!
You can usually find "Mungi"
combing his hair in the boy's
room, on the wrestling mat, or
"cruising the drag". His person-
ality is marked by his friendliness
and sense of humor. Sports, dating.
and dances all hold an interest
for him, Larry also enjoys excite-
ment, such as meeting new girls.
This well-liked senior will be an
Teaneck will always remember
Ken tor his pep assembly speeches,
his great athletic talents and his
magnetic personality. This "happ,
go lucky" senior is characterized
by his short powerful build, his
low boiling point, and friendliness.
We hope Ken never has to choose
between sports, girls and Italian
food because he loves them all.
Good luck in the service!
"We gotta be there when that
band starts playing," either rag-
time or progressive jazz, if we
want Jeanette to be happy. Un-
less, of course, she's making her
own music by singing with her
sister, for which she has won three
awards, or driving with the radio
on. Let's hope the telephone com-
pany where she will work has a
She's won a singing award at a
talent scout sho ' she's a minia-
ture golf specialist, and she's
headed for a career in the tele-
phone company-that's "alias
Namaisf' Lori's a sincere and loyal
friend and she'll make the kind
of operator to whom you can talk
with confidence and be sure of
getting a straight answer from-
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Ladies and gentlemen, we are
proud to have had with us for six
all-too short years, Bob Naglieri,
a member of the Bergen County
players, a very talented actor and
accordionist. Bob has been an
ardent movie-goer. ln fact he's
gone steadily for years. Unfortu-
nately for the theatre, the lines
of his palm presage a future as
an embroidery salesman.
Curiousity and ambition are
Moose's key categories. Ask him
any question about either and
he'll know the answer, since he
has enough of both to understand
them. When not collecting in the
beaker of his mind memories of
chemistry class, he concentrates on
baseball or golf. We can't forget
food, a little red sports car, and
plans to be a C.P.A.
Richard J. Nolan, Jr.
Dick believes that everyone should
strive to make the best use of his
talents. lf Didc made the best use
of his talents he would probably
be a dancing artist because he
dances and draws very well. No
matter what career he chooses he
will do well because he is not
only talented but thoughtful, re-
sponsible, pleasant and honest as
There are still plenty of fish in
the sea when Pete finishes fishing.
Even a good worker like Pete can't
catch them all, especially when he
spends so much of his time at
other sports like hunting, being a
member of the track team, and
clearing eleven feet on the pole
vault. Indoors this sportsmen
listens to old time jazz and pre--
pares for college.
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"Light and Shadow ltimel fly like an arrow"
and so has Norio's stay in Teaneck under the
American Field Service program. Norio has
taken part in the Student Council and the World
Affairs Club. We will remember him for his
smile, his wonderful performance in the variety
show, and all that he has taught us.
ln Japanese there are two ways to say "good-
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and Dewamata which means "See you again."
We will say good-bye to Norio only if we may
Thunder, lightning and "Crash",
We'II never be the same because
nobody who comes into contact
with Richie's potent personality
can forget it. Nobody can fail to
be impressed by his ambition and
sense of responsibility which find
him holding two jobs after school,
his good looks, his talent with a
bow and arrow, and his build that
will enter a Coast Guard uniform.
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"You .mean people didn't have
cars sixty years ago? What did
they do?" This is typical Jim-
type talk., Jim's not fussy about
carsg if it has tour wheels it's
okay even without tires, He's
Teaneck High's lovable, calculus-
spouting, car-wrecking hoodlum
His highfvoltage personality is
sure to light up his future in
Mia A. Petersen
Those of us who have the privilege of knowing
Mia have been able to share with her the rich-
ness of her years and experiences in Denmark.
To us she is the personification ot a country
which most of us will never know. More than
this, she is to us a very special person whom all
of us had the opportunity to know. l-ler intel-
ligence, her sensitixitv, the extent of her inter-
ests and knowledge, have captured us as much
as her humor, her energy and the warmth other
Concern for others. The Special part of her
which is Danish and the special part of her
which is universal have combined to make the
special person who is Mia. For her past months
with us we are grateful. For her future years
with the UN, we are hopeful. For the present,
which is goocl-bye, we are sorrowful.
"When Irish eyes are smiling,"
you receive a feeling of warmth,
especially when they are Pat's.
Pretty face and pretty hair are a
sure attraction for wandering male
eyes. lt must be dangerous when
Pat ice-skates, because her friend-
liness and sincerity must melt the
ice. Who wouldn't return to
grammar school to be one of
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Talkative John has been active in
Teaneck l-ligh's speech activities.
He's president of the Debating
Club and vice president of Tea-
neck Speakers, and he's also active
in Playcrafters and the National
Forensic League, "Well, that's the
way the old mop tlops," He'lI
always remember the variety show
and so will we! John plans to
attend college after high school.
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"Doctor, lawyer, pilot, preacher,
typist, dancer, Music Teacher."
Stephie loves all kinds of music,
makes her own on the piano, and
hopes to teach it in the future.
Her interests however, are not
one-sided. Stephie also likes good
books, bicycle-riding and swim-
ming. These varied interests plus
the ability to be a good friend
This modern day Jason will get
his golden fleece by bicycle. Be-
sides enjoying cyclingi Jason loves
riflery, which is all the more
appropriate since one ot his out-
standing memories of T.H,S. is
Mr. Gunner's class. After col-
lege this Cross Country runner will
reach his finish line as a teacher.
Evelyn L. Olson
The laugh is crazy but personable
So is the young lady who owns it.
"Smile and the whole world
smiles," must be true 'cause Evi
has fun no matter what she does,
and the people around her do too.
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driving, eating, horseback riding
and music. How could Evi find
anything but happiness at college
Janet E. Olson
Feeling low, dull, depressed,
miserable? See Janet, who in
her belief that one should strive
for inner peace, has been active
in many church groups. ln the
more secular vein she threw her-
self into school activities with a
hearty enthusiasm evident when
she twirled. Jan has gained much
which will cheer both you and
lgreiidclientele in the social work
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Janet Frances Olnowich
"l'm late, l'm late, for a very
important date," says Janet who
is always rushing, maybe to a
card game. "I like that," she
comments on her hand, and you
know it was acquired honestly
because honesty is one of her
virtues. A constant rush may be
the reason for the slim figure
which earns the name "Scrawny."
At any rate, she's going to be a
Teaneck High is most fortunate
indeed to have in it's senior class
the perfect pageboy in the person
of one Jane Oprandy. Perhaps this
has something to do with her
popularity, but thcre's more to
Janie than falls to her shoulders
in uniform curls. She rates honesty
and sincerity at the top, as a
private secretary, she will there-
fore rate at the top.
I don't care what your age is,
Bob's older. Well, Bob certainly
doesn't look it. 'This good-looking
senior is one of Teaneclds best
tennis players as well as one of
the brightest boys in the Senior
Class. Bob's legacy to T.H.S. is
one of the most organized note-
books in school history. lt re-
flects Bob's personality. Bob'lI
sink his teeth into dentistry.
Harriet Lee Oster
Oster v. Koster-Fr,-to exercise
depth of understanding and
1.To be a great aid and comfort
to others due to interest and
understanding of their problems
and a constant good nature
echoed in the phrase "C'est la
Z.When used in relation to artg
to be able to perceive and
create beauty in life.
Mickey hopes to go into merchan-
After graduation from college. l-lei
Unusual art talent provides her
nith sparctir-ne entertainment.
Relaxes bv listening to the radio
Enjoying rock 'n roll, jazz and
Everyone, she believes, should
strive for perfection. She will
Never forget thc dances at T.l-l.S.
"Hi there!" l'm Maureen O'Reilly
and l just love talking on the
telephone, Did l evcr tell you
about what goes on in the third
floor girls' room? Gee, l'll never
forget Mrs. Kiss' Home Manage-
ment Class, will you? I can't wait
'till l become a secretary after
business school. But, until then,
l'll just go ahead dating and
Did you ever meet Phyl? You
must have seen her if you went to
the i958 Thanksgiving Game or
to the Junior Prom. You're in the
senior choir? Why, then you cer-
tainly must know her. That's
right, a great singing voice. You
say you're planning to study psy-
chology. Why, Phyl and you will
be seeing a lot of each other.
You're sure to like her.
Sim John Pace
You'd have a long, hard course
to run to keep up with the pace
Sim sets. You'd have to take
saxophone lessons and learn to
play a good game of poker, Then
you'd have to develop a taste for
eating ice cream while watching
T.V. Next, learn to like modern
jazz, track and field, and study-
ing engineering at Columbia.
We need not catch a Leprechaun
to give us lrish treasure, tor Bobbi
satisfies the legend well enough
on her own. Serving as a Rainbow
Girl, Bobbi is truly worth her
weight in gold. This colleen has
fond memories of the Junior Prom
and fair dreams of a future in
medical technology. Fine abllit
and a little lrish luck point to
This well-liked and admired senior
known as Pack, has left an im-
pressive Mark on T.l-l.S. Whether
it's playing piano as leader of his
band or speeding down the track
as co-captain of the track team,
Mark is always ahead. When the
steam of life becomes too great
he finds comfort in jazz and cross-
word puzzles. Good luck to Tea-
Robert H. Pahl
"Lullabye and goodnight," Bob is
napping in class but you can't
tell. His eyes are open. After
spending hours trying to open a
locker, and more hours in an extra
long double chemistry period, who
canblame him? l-te enjoys being
with witty people, who, in turn,
enjoy having Bob challenge their
wit, Using his full ability will
also be a challenge for Bob.
Ronald Joseph Palmerick
Palmerick adj. fl.at.-Palmerickus
pertaining to thoughtful opin-
1. Pertaining to one who admires
independence, originality and
consideration in others.
2. Pertaining to one who admires
quietness in others and popu-
larity gained without hurting
3. Pertaining to integrity and per-
ception that will be used in
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Vincent seems to have a split
personality. On one hand, he loves
to go out, to kick up his heel and
dance, and to drive fast cars, On
the other hand, Vincent is a
graduate of Miss Kiss's cooking
class and is a talented doughnut
maker. Both sides of Vinnie's
nature are brought together by an
A-l personality, This doughnut
maker will roll on to college.
Just as tiny, as bright, and as
shiny as a brand-new penny is our
Janet. Did you ever find a penny
from New Jersey with a Southern
accent? This helps prove that all
the nickles and dimes in the world
wouldn't add up to half as much
fun as our Penny. Good things
come in small packages and Janet
is not one to stray from the rule.
Marieanna M. Pape
Once in a great while there is
someone who is an inspiration to
everyone who knows them. Such
a person admires gentleness and
understanding in others, enjoys
Young Life Club and writing
poetry, remembers Mr. Gunner's
Biology Classes, and plans a career
in the field of religion. Such a
person is Marieanna Pape.
Elizabeth Ann Pessagno
If you're lucky enough you'll hear,
"Give you a buzz" from Betty.
She remembers Mr. Martino's
"jelly beans" and Mrs. Duffy's
English class. Charitable, sweet
and sociable, Betty makes friends
quickly. Fortunately her friend-
ships aren't broken as rapidly as
they are made. Her loyalty re-
sults in these lasting friendships
and is a necessity in the business
The name's not Pasteur, it's Paster,
but none the less Bari is headed
for a career as a medical ,tech-
nician, What could be a more
appropriate memory than disec-
tions in Biology Class? A good
sense of humor and pleasant Are-
Iaxed manner explain why Bari is
eas to get along with. Her
enthusiasm for many things make
her hard to get along without.
Jacquelyn R. Petretti
It's me, Jackie, but lots of people
think l'm Eloiseiif cause that's the
,part I played in the Variety Sl-low.
I like to listen to the hi-fi. go to
the theatre, and especially to talk
on the phone. l like to make
people laugh and I want to be a
fFEditor's Note: A striking resem-
blance exists between Eloise's vie
vacity and enthusiasm and Jacki's.
James John L. Pike
"Big-Daddy's greatest ambition is
to be thin. But what would we
do without his two-hundred and
ten lb, smile? His sense of humor.
novel laugh and '55 M.G. make
him very Oopular with the girls.
One award of which he is espef
cially proud is his speeding ticket.
"Are you serious?" We are about
one thing, he will someday be an
Arnold S. Pinkus
Arne is one of those people who
has managed to find a sane theory
about homework. He doesn't do
anything after he finishes his
homeworkg he does his homework
after he finishes anything! Arne
enjoys bowling, basketball, and
golf as well as dating and cars.
His good taste in food and music
will be assets to Arne who plans
to be a hotel manager.
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Dennis S. Pines
Dennis pines away when he isn't
working in science or collecting
stamps. "Come off it." Okay,
but that interest in science is real
and will help him when he be-
comes an electrical engineer, and
when thc television breaks in the
middle of a good program, It
doesn't have much to do with his
sense of humor and bowling, how-
Jan Carol Pink
This strawberry-blonde's popularity
is well-deserved. She is one of
the nicest, most good-natured
people you could ever hope to
meet. Her school spirit is just
about the most spirited of school
spirits in the school. This com-
petent secretary of our Student
Council is also one of our vivacious
cheerleaders. Her inherent good-
ness will make her a gifted nurse.
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Since Carol has received a driver's
license, she may rightfully feel
proud. She has such beautiful
coloring that she dosn't need walks
in the fresh air. And now she can
conveniently travel to her favorite
sports events. However Carol be-
lieves in participation as well as
observation. She's .driving next
for a beautician's license.
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Songe has a kind of enthusiasm
that is impossible to conceal.
She's always talking, but we never
tire of listening. Her warm smile
and wonderful school spirit have
cheered our teams on to many
victories. ln the future she hopes
to do something exciting, but at
the same time challenging. With
her high ideals, no challenge will
be too difficult for this girl.
Jan is noted for the good advice
she gives to all her friends, As
a teacher, she will have an oppor-
tunity to give all the advice she
has to students. When she isn't
talking on the telephone, doing
homework, or attending club
meetings, Jan finds the time to
collect records, do some ice-
skating and dancing, and watch
football and basketball games.
Barbara A. Pramuk
Punctuality, one of Barbara's
greatest assets, will serve her well
in those years after college when
she enters the business world.
Her sense of timing must also
come in handy when she plays
the piano. The only time her
timing is off is when she's on
the phone. Her artistic ability
and pleasant disposition also make
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There's no business like show busi-
ness as far as Ruth Price is con-
cerned. Hoping for a career in
the theatre, she has had much
practice as a member of the Play-
crafters for three years. Outside
of school she belongs to the
American Academy of Dramatic
Arts. Her calmness and sunny
disposition will insure the fact
that the show does go on.
Noel Jeffrey Raffer
lt takes our "Noodles" a long time
to boil. I-le's one of the most easy
going guys around. He's always
laughing and if he's not laughing
he's smiling, if he's not smiling
he's not Noel! Noel's proficiency
on the dance floor is the envy of
all the senior boys. lf you ever
want a lawyer who'll be more than
just a legal adviser, then contact
"Angie" is headed for secretarial
Nevertheless she longs for the
Glamour of modeling. She has
Enough height and good
Looks to succeed. Abounding in
Alive in personality, she's found
the success formula.
Harriette C. Preiss
"By the sea, by the sea, by the
beautiful sea." Harri has some of
her fondest memories. Others can
be found in the football stadium.
Harri is one cookie who can really
cook, as her friends will testify.
She is also helpful and fun to be
with, as they will also testify,
Harri will be a teacher of great
gift and energy as students will
Marilyn Diane Reich
Marilyn, alias "the life of the
classroom," enjoys mildly needling
people with her quick wit, sadistic
sense of humor and brilliant satire.
lt has been said that a person
who clearly sees the foibles of
people is also deeply sensitive to
their virtues and attributes. This
applies well to Marilyn, who will
use these gifts as a lawyer.
Richard R. Raffaelli
"Tall, dark, and handsome 'Raff"'
is always at ease on the gridiron,
swimming, or tinkering with his
"hot me-rc." His athletic prowess
is augmented by his friendliness,
sense of humor, and ability to have
a good time His sincerity and
earnestness will assure him a
happy road ahead. As for the
Now don't be rash about Eddy
because he's really a great guy.
But be careful when he's toting
his trusty rifle. He's also an ex-
pert marksman on the dance floor
and hits the bullseye every time
with his qu'tar. His career aim,
which is Dr. of Forestry, will not
take him far from hunting and
'mmedl-We fl-'fU'9m"YOU KNOW" fishing-his favorite hobbies.
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Long, lean and lanky as a reed.
Jim is an impressive sight walking
down the halls of our alma mater.
Jim cracks witty, terse jokes to
the delight of all his friends who
number many. Previous to the
walk-out, Jim watched the Jack
Paar show. Now, girls and activi-
ties keep "the big J" busy. ln
Jim's case, good things come in
Just as refreshing and cheerful as
the first songbird of spring is Bon-
nie Robin Rein. Wherever she
goes, so go her beige Impala, her
golf clubs, some good math DFQU-
lems, and a pair of comfy dancing
shoes, "Wait a second!" There
she goes on the way to college
and a science career!
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'tPlenty of spirit, plenty of drive,
all help keep KR. alive," Karl will
always be remembered for his en-
thusiasm and spirit for his first
love, football! After graduation
he will pack up his great sense of
humor, his intelligence, and sin-
cerity and head for the Marine
Corps. Escapes from History class
and speaking Russian are two of
his favorite pastimes.
Anne B. Reinstein
"Put forth your best efforts and
thoughts in everything you do" is
the motto of this promising artist.
She abides by this rule, and has
profited from doing so. Her prizes
in art shows are certainly the
products of her sincerest efforts
and thoughts. l-ler talents are
not limited, she also plays the
piano. Girls with dimples are
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"Unbounded courage and compas-
sion joined make the man com-
plete." In Eileen is found a rare
combination of both which makes
her a rare person. ln Eileen is
found undying spirit and cheerful-
ness which make her a complete
person. Understanding and sym-
pathy are the part of this compas-
sion that helped her decide her
goal in life-to help those less
fortunate than herself.
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"Spark" Reynolds enjoys especially
winning drag races in his Corvette.
After finishing Teaneck High he
plans to make his mark in the
Navy. lBesides his car his favorite
pastimes are playing basketball,
sleeping, and eatingl "No kid-
dlVlQ,l' to quote his favorite ex-
pression, we wish him all the best.
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You've heard about Tom Swift and
his electric carriage: now learn
about Howie Remball and his hot
Buick. Like old Tom, Howie wants
to go to college, but he differs
from Tom in that he is also a
good athlete whose favorite sport
is basketball. There is very little
doubt that Howiel like Tom, will
succeed in what he does very
Joseph L. Renda
Joe does iustice to his name, "he
shall add." He does land well
tool both in math now and to
humanity later in the medical
field. He is constantly striving
for self-improvement and his many
scholastic awards prove this. His
interests range from classical music
to girls. He is modest and has a
great deal of stamina, attributes
which spell success.
Jeffrey J. Richter
"Olim Romanus, semper Roman-
us." Born on a mountain top in
ltaly l think it was anno 66 B,C.
Became a Senator at twenty-three,
so how come he didn't take Latin
Ill? This literary, Latinary, his-
tory loving lad will make his mark
on Washington, D,C. some day as
a political science whiz. Ecce!
Pulchram puellam video!
Richard J. Richter
N. One who fishes for the sport
of fishing and whose honesty
compels him to return the
minnow to his original home.
V. 1. to knock down ten bowling
pins in one foul sweep.
2. to work on old ialopies with
such .skill that their internal
workings resemble the new-
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Samuel David Resnick
"So, Nu," who's S. David Resnick?
First of all Dave's red hair and
huge bulk make him-well, a
pretty impressive character.
There's a subtle Alice-ln-Wonder-
land humor about Resnick which
spreads to all who meet him.
Dave's unique behavior may ,be
influenced by the science fiction
he reads, This chess-master plans
his next move in the field Of
"And all the loveliest things there
be come simply." Jean's beauty
is fresh and natural: her person-
ality is sincere and unaffected.
Her sense of humor comes easily
and her consideration for others
is inherent to her nature. Jean is
active in Church groups. Her inter-
est in classical music and science
reflect her seriousness of purpose
When Sandi says "and all that
jazz", she's usually speaking about
music, which she would like to
teach. But she does more than
speak about it. Her many awards
for interpretations on the piano
speak for her talent, The "iazz"
can also refer to art. Through all
her future activities and conver-
sations, we hope her happy smile
will never fade,
"A designing woman" is what
"Mindy" hopes to be. She'd pre-
fer stage designing but her artistic
talent reaches wide horizons. Her
landscapes are only surpassed by
her good looks. As you might im-
agine, she has furnished the Art
Service Squad with the use of her
talent. Some day our styles may
depend on this talent.
Fred will "light the way" in elec-
tronics after college. ln fact,
most of his time is spent develop-
ing his mechanical skill on cars.
Fred enioys the summer and its
attractions: boating and swim-
ming. He will probably pack his
camera and interest in photogra-
phy. Fred is characterized by his
height: in stature and high levels
of onesty and loyalty.
Rinaldo n. lone who likes cars-
from L. Rinaldus-mobilel
1. One who likes cars, especially
working on them., Hence, one
who is interested in mechanics.
2. One who is also mobile on a
football field or baseball dia-
3. One who likes to be with
people and to get out with
Joel Michael Riofto
"Wanna drag?" typifies his inter-
est in hot rods and racing. When
he's not leaving rubber he's usu-
ally found enjoying outdoor sports
-archery hunting, and swim-
ming. His big bad Chrysler, his
sense of humor, his wonderful
personality will all be remembered
by the many friends Joel has won
by being himself. Joel plans to
race to college.
Judith Ann Ripple
Judy's outstanding qualities of
friendliness, imagination, and pa-
tience will help her become a
very good teacher in the future.
Evidently, she has already thought
about becoming a teacher, for this
year she is president of the Future
Teachers of America. After home-
work, Judy and her dog have a
snack. Lucky dog!
Stephanie Marla Robbins
Stephi has a way with arts.
Whether it is the art of fashion
illustrating, playing the piano,
dressing well, talking, or just plain
drawing, she can do it. She has
even cultivated the fine art of
not losing her temper, and the
finer art of having many friends.
Stephi will not be a bachelor of
Barbara Ann Rosen
There are many sincere and
friendly people in the world. There
are also many intelligent people
and many people with big brown
eyes. Lots of people can play the
piano and lots more enjoy show
music, But just try to find one
person who is all of these in one.
She will be a special person
indeed, and indeed special is
Bob's interests are obviously cor-
rugated, After he finishes col-
lege, he'd like to cope with a
coupe. Bob's also a very good
sport. Wrestling and baseball are
his favorites. When he's not driv-
ing people crazy, Bob may be
listening to R'n'R or watching
T.V. Maybe he'll be able to
achieve his goal in lifefa rich
Victor S. P. Ronchetti
Have you ever noticed a good-
looklng guy standing by the V.P.O.
"watching all the girls go by?"
Well it could only be Vic Ron-
chetti. This well-liked senior en-
joys dancing, dating, and eating
Italian food. He keeps his great
physique in shape by playing
sports, in which he excels. Vic
is active in his church, and is
admired for his sincerity, honesty,
and his hardaworking attitude in
all his undertakings.
Jean lwith the light brown hairl
is planning a career in home
economics, But this Girl Scout and
CYO member doesn't sit home and
bake all day. Pres, of the Home
Arts Club, treas. of Red Cross
Council, "Jeannie" still finds time
to go on camping trips. Jeannie
with her ready sense of humor
and friendliness will be a shoo in
wherever she goes,
Carol Ann Rosen
Everything about Carol is cool and
sweet. She even lives on lvy Court.
"Little One" belies Carol's person-
ality and wit, l-ler true love
towards her fellow man will some-
day bubble forth in the nursing
career. Meanwhile at least, the
only thing that bubbles over is
Carol's energy on land, in the
air, or on the phone.
We've all seen Linda with her
bassoon or recorder walking down
the halls of Teaneck l-li. The
blue-eyed, curly-haired musician
can often be found listening to
Sinatra and Bikel or analyzing
dreams. Some years from now we
will find her playing another
tune in her psychologist's office.
Rusty's favorite pastimes are
sports cars, listening to good
music and commuting to River-
dale, New York. We heart1lY
agree with his best friend Wh0
says "Rusty should be remem-
bered as the only boy in TH5
chased by two out of EVVGVY fhfee
girls." Rusty's taste in muS1C
runs to rock and roll and honkY
tonk. After college Rusty Plans
on a medical career.
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Marlene will someday teach an
elementary school class. At T.H.S.
she has been easily recognized by
her attractiveness and light blonde
hair. She is usually happy and
carefree especially while in her
white "Chevy" convertible. Shop-
ping sprees and telephone conver-
sations also help to occupy spare
time. The Washington Trip heads
her list of memories at Teaneck.
Eleanor Helen Rosenzweig
Although Eleanor is new to THS
she has managed to keep abreast
of all school activities. Norman
Rockwell could not have painted
a prettier picture of a cute face
and nose crinkling with laughter.
Like Rockwell's characters, her
looks create a feeling of whole-
someness that her personality
verifies. Always punctual, she
won't be late for college.
Dorothea Barbara Ross
While visions of wings dance
through her head. Dodi watches
Mr. Powley give another soccer
review and dreams of her first
flight as a stewardess. Friendly
Dodi is always on hand to cheer
the pigskin boys and the big five
on. Bowling doesn't keep Dodi
from pitching in at C.Y.O. or
Red Cross Council. Despite her
activity, Dodi just can't forget
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"Oh man" is Arlene ever an asset
to Teaneck High School. And what
would the Rainbow Girls or Young
Life do without her? She applies
her skill to dancing, dating, ice-
skating, and bowling. She'll breeze
her way through secretarial school
because she has the energy of a
Univacs Beware! Les is destined
for a career in mathematics. He
will take with him to college his
popular personality and a warm
shy friendliness, Always true to
his interest in basketball and
bowling he heads for the nearest
court or alley in his spare time.
He'll always remember a certain
ax-history teacher of his junior
Horst Fritz Rudolph
"Horsie" is Teaneck High's an-
swer to Beowulf-a strong, good,
looking blond haired warrior whose
mighty grip won him wrestling
fame, Unlike that Nordic hero,
he enjoys talking on the phone,
hillbilly and rock 'n roll music.
His amiability has won him many
friends. He'll have one oppor-
tunity that Beowulf never had-
going to college.
Marilyn Sue Ross
Marilyn's friends think she is a
talented time waster. To judge
from her many activities and in-
terests it would seem that they
are wrong. Marilyn likes many
sports from jailai to skindiving.
She likes many kinds of music
from classical to R 'n R. She
rides bikes, writes letters, and
maintains an agreeable disposi-
tion through it all.
Let's see where Ruskin's rushin'!
Maybe it's to college. Then again,
per aps he's just preparing for a
hike to somewhere. Perhaps he's
going to a football game or to a
wrestling match. But, it might be
that he's going to Chemistry Club.
No, it's none of these things.
Dave is actually turning on some
rock and roll music.
George W. Ryan
We know a real neat guy lthat
can be taken in both waysl who
is also a real sport lthat can also
be taken in two waysl. He enjoys
bowling, baseball, tennis and spec-
tating football games lespeciallj
Thanksgiving Day onesl. Peering
into our tennis ball lthat is a
crystal balll we predict a happy
college career for George.
Marilyn J. Salomon
Usually, you can find Marilyn in
the middle of a debate, a dramatic
reading, an intelligent discussion,
or a phone call. True, she does
a lot of talking, but how can she
help it when she has something
to say and she is a member of the
'Teaneck Speakers, the N.F,L., and
the debating club? Marilyn has
the special ability to wor hard
when there is a job to do.
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Jerry may not be the best sales-
man in the high school, but he's
the luckiest. He was the fortun-
ate member of the senior class
who won a hundred dollars in
the Great Magazine Lottery. That
money probably went for a sea-
son's sports pass and some records
of popular music. His luck will
probably make Jerry a success in
whatever he does.
Phyllis N. Samuels
It figures that Phyllis is always
buying clothes. Did you ever see
anyone as well-dressed? She must
be in competition with Mr. Church.
She's thinking of that certain
someone. "No foolin'," she says,
but she can't fool us because we
know that she usually is! After
secretarial school her degree will
be spelled "MRS."
Who could ask for anything more
than "AIi"? She's singer, dancer,
writer, and just about anything
else you could wish for. And the
amazing part is that she excels
in all. Her contribution as fea-
ture editor of the Te-Hi News
and as a "Cameo" have reached
us all. Then there's the individual
herself-incredible and unfor-
"Science and Religion" might be
Howie's creed. This Life Scout
and Ner Tamud winner wants a
career in the natural sciences
which explain his Chem and Phy-
sics Club, and Te-Hi News pho-
tography activity. Howie is a
member of YUSCY and works with
thc audio visual aids section at
T.H.S. and the TJCC. For relax-
ation Howie enjoys football, bowl-
gig' and any music but Rock 'n
Arthur Charles Sacks
When Sacks becomes a lawyer,
there is going to be a complete
upheaval in this worthy profes-
sion. For reference books, this
casual guy would probably use
texts on Zen, etc, He'd liven up
the court with a four speaker
stereo set playing jazz and pep
music. If his client's a female,
there'll be a whole lot of social-
izing going on. "You listening?"
Twirling isn't as easy as it looks
but pert Janet Sand made it ap-
pear that way as she proudly
"stepped off" this year. Janet.
however, is not just a one-track
girl as the long hours working for
Mr, Gunner testify. This future
secretary also enjoys art, sewing,
and ice-skating. T.H.S. will be
losing more than just a twirler
when Janet leaves this June.
Are you searching for a dream
girl? A Jeannie? Well, picture a
T.H.S. football halftime and a cute
blonde twirler, or at other times
perhaps a pizza place would be
the spot to look for her. Be sure
you're also on the lookout for a
persevering, unselfish, friendly,
sincere Yankee fan. But there's
actually no need to look beyond
the above picture.
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of annimal life found around sub-
urbs of New York. lntermittently,
this jovial, having-a-ball-type mi-
grates to Stratford for a day. Its
sounds resemble "cool" Its odd
jaw structure enables it to talk
for sixty nine minutes without
tiring. The above species usually
winds up being legal secretaries.
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Dividing his time in two main
areas, Mike first felt the call of
the wild as a Boy Scout and is
now a member of the Am. Youth
Hostel Org., a skier and a good
tennis player. Service also called
this ex-veep and present histor-
ian of the l-li-Y. But Mike just
couldn't stop and found himself
a debater and a member of N.F.L.
Someone say something about
redheads being lazy?
In all sincerity, she is one girl who
has helped to make Teaneck High
the school that it is. Her loyalty
knows no boundaries, What team
wouldn't do its best knowing
Gloria was one of the cheerlead-
ers? Gloria's always curiously ask-
ing "Where's Tom?" Remember
the Halloween Party?
Carol Ann Scheid
I. A homemaker that:
A. must have culinary skill
B. must be loyal to mate
l. as shown by steady output
C. must be capable hostess and
able to handle big events
such as the Senior Safari.
2. Miscellaneous things such as
climbing ropes, playing guitar,
G stands for Ginny and G stands
for great. Ginny is well versed
in every topic from world affairs
to classrooms. She'll solve your
every intellectual land sociall
problem with warmth, wit, and
individuality, She's been solving
the Tri-Hi-Y's problems for three
years. She'll make a fine teacher.
There should be more like her.
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like a roll call on a cattle ranch.
Her nickname is "Moo Cow" and
after her homework she calls her
girlfriend "Little Moo." Steffie
and her "herd" of friends can
usually be found at football games.
You should see Steffie "steer"
her way around on a dance floor.
Sweet Stef will "steak" her claim
to a secretary's position,
Skoosh" has a lot to remember
about THS: Does "-lll2" strike
a familiar chord? Music is Adam's
forte. He plays an excellent piano
and clarinet. Folk-dancing, read-
ing, and tennis are his interests-
Adam likes to keep busy. He loves
to talk and works on the debating
club and NFL with the same stick-
to-itiveness that will insure his
success in later life.
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Fred Oscar Schicker
Twenty years from now, when
Fred is a successful businessman,
what will he remember about
Teaneck High? The work he did
organizing the Key Club? The
nights he spent doing homework?
The many sports he participated
in? The hunting and fishing trips
during vacations? "You lose, Dad".
What Fred will remember is Miss
William Ira Schlesinger
"Bill" has the scientific attitude
that is so important in medicine,
in which Bill is interested. ln
l957, he won the Science Fair
Award. His spare time spent in
doing bacteriological experiments
and playing a cool set of drums.
Bill also plays chess and loves
jazz. "Oh great!" We wish Bill
the best of success in whatever he
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Bob's laudable ambition is to
enter the ministry, but don't pic-
ture him only as a pensive, medi-
tative soul. He's also full of lite,
enjoys hot rodding, reading, driv-
ing, and people. People, in return,
like Bob, noting especially the
friendly way he talks with others.
Bob's memories ot THS can be
summed up in his phrase: "my
Enid Laurel Schester
lt is not Enid's beauty alone that
makes her extra special. She has
a talent for beth writing and play-
ing the piano. Enid is friendly,
jovial, and earnest all at once, so
everyone finds her excellent com-
pany. She works hard-in school
and as Copy Editor for the Te-Hi
News-but she also relaxes com-
pletely-enjoying reading, music,
Joan Ruth Schlier
The Johnny Mathis records spin
and Joanie sits dreamily by. The
Johnny Mathis records spin and
Joanie does homework, talks on
the phone or writes letters. "Mark
my words" the Johnny Mathis rec-
ords will still be spinning next
year at college and years from
now their sound will pervade the
classroom in which Joan teaches.
Franz Schubert may not have
completed his "Unfinished Sym-
phony", but Pete Schubert will
never be caught leaving anything
unfinished. Pete has the drive
and ambition necessary for the
commercial art field. Coupled with
his art interests, classical music
helps complete Petc's aesthetic
pursuits. Pete will strive for money,
happiness and a cents of humor.
Miriam Ruth Schulman
We can look forward to one more
female member of our state de-
partment and that's Mimi. ln
high positions she has proved her
ability as Financial Secretary of
Garden State Council of B.B.G. and
asst. copy editor of the Te-'Hi
News. l-ler friendliness, versatility
and political awareness will bene-
fit her future ambition.
Gil has harbored a remarkable per-
severing interest in the opposite
sex which has perhaps influenced
his other outstanding qualities
such as being one of Teaneclds
best dressed Beau Brummel'sp an
enthusiastic weight lifter, and an
admirer of fast cars. His person-
ality, sincerity, wit and love for
good books assure success in the
business world after college.
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Have you ever heard, while walk-
ing thru the halls-"Hey what
do you sayl"? If you ever stopped
to look you'd find the ever popu-
lar "Shack," His great personality
and thoughfulness for others have
made him a true friend of many
seniors. A devoted, "Big Blue"
athlete, he led our wrestling
team to a great season. He is
headed for the phy. ed. field.
Marjorie Lynn Schwartz
lrish setters won't be setting for
very much longer because Marge
Dlans to raise them in the near
future while working as a secre-
tary, 4Her overwhelming interest
in this particular breed of dog
occupies a great deal of her spare
time but it hasn't affected her
sweet and friendly attitude toward
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Linda Carol Schwartzwald
"What do you mean what do you
mean' We mean that Linda has
an infectious laugh and is a good
iudge of people We mean that
she has a creamy complexion and
pretty hair We mean she plays
the piano rides horses and loves
pizza She plans to go to college
and then become a dental hygien
ist and we mean it
Ronnie has two homes-on the
land and on the water. An ardent
swimming and horseback riding
enthusiast he has won honors in
both A future engineer, Ronnie
gets much practice by consuming
his space time with mechanics,
His shy sense of humor and good
common sense have won him new
friends and much respect. Ron
has high hopes for a future sports
Anne Joyce Scott
Anne probably has made quite a
few lboyl friends with her "Hi-
ya honeyf' This "red haired, blue
eyed" senior has international
appeal. She has Irish eyes, loves
Italian food, and is as active as
an Arabian whirling dervish.
Scotty aspires to become a dental
technician. A person with Scotty's
disposition, though, will never
look "down in the mouth".
Howard William Segal
Howie's nose must have an affin-
ity for soccer ballsg apparently the
rest of him does also because he
was one of our most valuable
players. His intelligence, good-
nature and aesthetic appreciation
make Howie a pleasure to know.
He has shared his experiences in
Europe with his classmates and
will do so with his future class-
mates in college and asv an
Barry B. Seidel
Speidel may be the name of a
watch band, but Seidel is the
name of an active member of
the THS Band. His interests ex-
D-and to reading, watching tele-
vision and listening to classical
music. He is studded with honesty,
humor and consideration. March-
ing off the football field onto the
drilling field, Barry will achieve
his desired goal of promotion until
he becomes top brass.
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Bruce Seidenstein Q
"How about that!" Bruce, known
for his good looks, personality,
loyalty and sincerity, enjoys cars,
especially hot rods. Ambitious, he
is undecided about future plans,
but is considering college engi-
neering and the armed services.
Mr. Levenson's English class is a
firm memory for his sound mind,
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coming. Casual Bill's get a form-
ula for living a casual life, All he
needs is a blonde llike Miss
Brand?l and a radio ilt doesnft
matter what station because Bill
likes all kinds of music except
classicall. lf you want a bunch
of fun and laughs just say "Send
me the Bill,"
Susan R. Seidner
"She'll look sweet upon the seat
of a bicycle." Susie was queen
of the nine day international bike
race and also enjoys modeling.
Not only does she have sweet
looks but also a sweet disposition.
She does voluntary work with the
retarded. Susie hopes to enter
business school and then do part-
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Peter K. Shack
If you asked Pete if he likes
calypso and modern jazz he'd
probably respond "lndeecliment."
In his spare time he arranges
music but in school he only acts
pessimistic. Tennis and bowling
are Pete's favorite sports. He
throws the slickcst gutter ball in
the High School. A career in law
or writing awaits Pete atter
Doris is one of those girls who
treats the impossible as though it
were routine. She calmly arranges
tor a twenty school debate as it
she were reading or listening to
some folk or classical music.
Searching for truth, Doris teaches
at the Unitarian Church and is a
member of NEYO. Swimming and
badminton round off the inter-
ests of a girl who is obviously in
love with life.
Shapiro lFr.--shap, the teline.l
1. Growls like a tiger while con-
ducting N.F.l.. meetings or par-
ticipating in speech activities.
2. Purrs like a kitten during Xmas
vacations and May contercnccs.
3. Roars like a lion in political or
4. Curious as a cat about folk
and classical music, art and
Marcia Ellen Seitel
Once upon a time there was a
little girl named Marcia. What a
busy, busy girl she was! She was
always bush talking or reading or
eating or s opping or theater-go-
ing or just making people happy,
Everyone liked her. Today Marcia
'5 Sill' bl-'SY. Only now she is
planning for her future as a
teacher. And do you know?
Everybody still likes her.
Barbara Ellen Sliaroff
Barby, known for her good pos-
ture, has the distinction ot know-
ing the tirst line of every song
ever written. All this memorizing
must take a lot of her time, but
she does expect to take time off
to go to college, Even now, she
has time to wander around New
York City, listen to music, read,
eat apple sauce, and remember
Miss Curran's English class.
Bernice Sara Shebses
Only in twelfth grade and Bernice
already has commuter problems.
lt seems she always has trouble
catching the bus home. From this
statement we logically conclude
that Bernice enjoys contact lenses
and sleep. This leads to the state-
ment that she has long eye lashes
and natural wavy hair. Surely
these facts prove that Bernice'll
be a pediatric nurse.
"There's no business like show
business" for Teaneck's rock 'n
roll star. No amateur, Barry has
cut a record with the Golden
Tunes, he enjoys writing songs,
dancing, and blowing a hot sax.
Versatile Barry, also holding letters
in tennis, won't forget the tourna-
ment at Princeton. College offers
a new field for him to display his
"lt would be Sheer nonsense not
to give me the car", says Ellen to
her family, but for some strange
reason, maybe because she's re-
sponsible for a "smash-up", the
Shee-r's don't think it's nonsense.
But how will she reach her
friends, carry on crazy antics,
find an audience for her corny
iokes without the car? ln any
event, she'll ride successfully
Falene Roberta Simet
The gift of gab is one of Faleny's
best assets. Maybe this is the
reason why it took her so little
time to become adjusted to a new
school. She appreciates the warm
reception that the students and
teachers here gave her this year.
She is already one of the most
active members of the playcraf-
ter's. She plans a career in mer-
lf it is an elementary school
teacher you're looking for, why
not look at Gerry? Her future
students will have a nice time
looking at her because she was
a finalist in the i959 Miss Dar-
lington Contest. Besides being
nice to look at, she is very charm-
ing and has the ability to make
Shulman - N. Shul'man ISp. Eobbia
- female linguistl.
'l. One who is interested in a bi-
lingual career, esp. Spanish.
2. girl with a pixie hair cut and
big' brown eyes, hence a cute
3. One who is easy to like and
get along with, e.g. "l wish
people happy. What more could
any Swde it my my friends were all Shulmansf'
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1. To enjoy being with others,
esp. in Mr. Church's English
2. To study the ideas of people
in seminars on ethics and
bibles of the world,
3. To help others through work
as a speech therapist and
Carol Gail Simonsen
Cooking, a favorite pastime, is
evidence of Carol's domestic
A talented guitar player, she is
Riotous expressions like fantabulf
ous and jerklet show her humor.
Of success in a teaching career
she is sure.
Lots of luck to an extra nice girl,
.loan Diana Skogland
Finding inner strength from her
many religious activities and con-
verting it to an outward attitude
of consideration, helpfulness and
truthfulness, Jeanie is a help and
a pleasure to know. Active in
body as well as in mind, Joanie
also enjoys and excels in athletics
of all kinds. A career in teaching
or social service will make full use
of her assets.
James S. Smith
Smitty will ever be famous in the
annals of Teaneck High School for
stealing Mr. Gunner's shoe during
Biology class. His friends ald
think that he has some drumming
ability, too. He likes just about
any kind of music and he enjoys
kidding around. Jim, however,
plans to go into the Minstry.
Angela Irene Smith
Did you say you were dancing
with an angel? Well, if she's a
Smith named Angie who can sew,
swim and coin collect, you're
absolutely correct. An angelic tem-
perament and cotton candy sweet-
ness add a certain lustre to that
halo, while intelligence adds depth
to its colors. By the way, did you
know that this college-bound
angel hablas espanol like a true
lf you are looking for Smitty,
chances are you'lI find him im-
proving his skin diving abilities-
if it's summer. As the year passes
so do his interests-to fishing,
football or hunting. His time has
alsolbeen occupied by church ac-
tivities. Classical music is Art's
favorite form ot culture. Neatness
and sincerity are two of Art's
well known attributes.
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Edward Mark Solomon
"lt's been pleasanl"' says Sol, and
it has been for all of the seniors
who were lucky enough to have
been in his classes. King Solomon
has had enough female followers
to fill up any kingdom. He will
alwa s be remembered for his
iovial! optimism and blase manner,
l wonder how many women will
suddenly have toothaches in ap-
proximately eight years?
Sherry Dale Sonnett
Although Sherry enioys versifying,
this Sonnett is not to be confused
with tourteen lines of poetry. Be-
sides being an avid Frank Sinatra
tan, green-eyed "Shobby" likes
dancing, Hamburgers, French Fries
and cokes. She looks for under-
standing and tact in others, both
of which she'll give in her psy-
Bernice Ruth Smith
Nobody is as busy as "Bee!" Out-
side ot homework, which is just a
minor consideration, Bee also
marched with the band during the
football season and found time to
play tennis and to go ice skating.
Its easy to make friends with Beep
as easy as making a chocolate
soda, a talent which will endear
you to Bee forever lor as long
as the ice cream holds outl.
Robert Allan Spiegel
Hey, Spiegs! Some people have
one or two favorite memories to
take with them from T.H.S. Bobby
says he'll remember the friends
he's made. If this is so, that's
all he'd be doing all day, remem-
bering. How can he miss making
friends? He's funny, friendly,
good looking, hard working, very
athletic, and never boring. Spiegel
is a synonym for success.
Sorace n. Isynonym of "Chet"-
meaning one who is livelyl.
1. One who loves peanut butter
and jelly! sandwiches but who
says 'AI ave a weak stomach."
2. One who makes friends with
great ease and who keeps them.
3. One who will attend the Kath-
erine Gibbs school in the
Betty's traveling a path whose
goal is teaching or social work.
But Red Cross Council, Future
Teachers and Kiddies Inc. have
not stopped easygoing and friendly
Betty from enjoying R 'n R,
Broadway's hit tunes or last
year's Turkey Day Game. Betty
alsoltook up bowling and enjoys
dancing which only confirms that
she will be an asset wherever she
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Marie's big smile and crazy say-
ings don't conceal her gentleness
and concern for those around her.
She enjoys everything to the full-
est and tries to help others do the
same, Marie should be noted for
her cheerfulness and hard work in
putting out the Te-Hi News.
Marie's gifts will be put to good
use as a kindergarten teacher.
Here comes "Springs," bouncing
his way into the hearts of all who
know him. Don probably will be
best remembered for his great
work in the termite section of the
T.l-l.S. band. This little drummer
can also make time on the dance
floor and see to it that the pis-
tons on his rod maintain their
rhythm. The Farmer's Almanac
predicts that Spring'II go to agri-
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Speshock v.i. Spe shock fold Eng-
lishp speeshoke-to be with iti.
1. To enjoy senior activities, esp.
dating, sports, talking on the
2. To have blonde hair and beauti-
ful blue eyes iwhich have a
talent for finding good-looking
3. To study nursing,
Patricia Day Squicciaruni
Proms, football games and gym
classes are important pictures in
Pattie's mental scrapbook.
A career in beauty culture shapes
a future for a shapely girl
after she attends beauty culture
The fact that Patti abounds in
friendliness and good humor
should work in her favor in the
William B. Stack
Take all the nice things about
Bill, put them in a Stack that will
have to be big, and you've got
one great guy. At the base of
the Stack is found a generous
heart and warm nature. The next
layer consists of interests in girls,
the Bible, sports, singing and
scouting. The next layer will take
the ,shape of a career as an auto-
Kenneth O. Stahl
Ken is a good scout the is an
Eagle Scouti, a good citizen the
has many citizenship awardsl, and
a good friend the has the admira-
tion and respect of his fellow
classmatesl. What better qualifi-
cations could anyone have for a
future in the service? Ken has
more. He has a good sense of
humor and the desire to always
"do a good job."
Linda has a notoriously slow walk
but is very quick in her friendly
response to the needs of other
people, She is equally quick to
name the Washington and Strad-
ford trips as her favorite memories.
A quick four years at college will
find Linda's best talents being put
to use at studying education.
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"Move over." There's always room
for another person in Carol's blue
Pontiac. Her friends, who are
eternally grateful for her obliging
chauffering services, will verify
this. "Move over." There's always
room for Carol at any gathering.
She has many interests and a gen-
erous disposition. "Move over," all
you future secretaries. Carol's
Doris Ruth Stein
"Love seeketh not itself to please
Nor for itself hath any care
But for another gives its ease
And builds a heaven in HelI's
The vitality of this poem, the
spirit of the poet, sensitive, fine,
strong, the natural love of people
hc describes, a love easy and free,
given easily and freely to others,
these are Doris's qualities also.
No monster by any means is this
Frank Stein. Lnstead of chasing
people away, Frank attracts them.
He's usually getting out to meet
and make new friends. The only
thing mechanical about Frank is
his uncanny ability to fix anythino
mechanical. Maybe Frank will
create a robot and name it Frank
N. Stein, After college, Frank'll
be an engineer.
A joyful laugh, a pair of skates,
and a hearty "That's the way the
mop flops" and you can be sure
that Lou is somewhere around. If
she isn't around you might find
her writing letters, talking on the
telephone, dancing, or listening to
the radio. It won't be long before
you'll find this affable girl in
Nancy Lois Stein
Learning to play bridge on a five
hour bus ride would tire many, but
not Nance whose casual appear-
ance belies her inner vitality. TAB,
BBG, and a pair of cymbals in the
band room occupy most of Nance's
time. But she somehow also
squeezes in dramatics, essay writ-
ing, and three sports. Nance
certainly practices her creed of
living each minute to the fullest.
Dennis Steinberg is apparently a
man of letters. He belongs to the
K.A.T., the Y.M.H,A., and the
T,J.C.C. With a hearty cough,
shouting "idiot" Dennis Steinberg
rides again, Deny plans to go into
the hotel and restaurant manage-
ment field in which he is an "old
salt." Deny likes girls and tape-
recording and taperecording girls.
James M. Stoff
:sits see what the life of Stoff's
8:00 A.M.-A humorous fellow
rambles into school.
3:04 P.M.- Key Club, Hi-Y or
Chemistry Club occupy our friend's
8:00 P,M.- Rock 'n roll and tape
recording keep Jim busy,
The future-A career in the busi-
ness world awaits this industrious
Peter Allan Stelljes
At the helm of our soccer team
Pete steered the "Blue Booters"
in the right direction. Despite his
good looks and athletic ability,
Pete isn't self-assertive. ln fact,
he's modest. He likes to be around
cheerful people who shouIdn't be
difficult to find because people
are always cheerful around Pete.
This generalization will even in-
clude his future patients with
Leave it to Rita to accomplish any
task no matter how tedious. She
always successfully completes a job
that a lesser person could not have
properly begun. The Hi-Way,
Class Cabinet, Student Service, and
Classical League will confirm this
fact. Her widely diversified school
and outside activities will promote
her standing in college.
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When Wally isn't practicing on the
gridiron or playing first base, he's
usually playing cards with the
"guys" or out on a big date. He
admires sincerity and honesty in
others. Walt is a great guy, well-
liked by all lespecially girlsl, His
"potent" 6'3" frame is distin-
guished by the ever present slop-
ing shoulder. As for college-
"l'm up for it!"
Cheryl H. Stolpen
Cheryl N. Cone who has endeared
herself to others-from F. Cher
'l. One who enjoys people, music,
swimming and riding icars and
horsesl and will soon ejnoy
2. One who has endeared herself
to others by her willingness to
help them lespecially in math
or student council activitiesl.
"Confound it!" Can't anyone beat
Dave to a witty comment? lt's
very hard because witty comments
are one of the things in which
Dave specializes. Since this is the
age of specialization, Dave has
other specialties too. He is an
excellent cartoonist and excels
in manual work. Most' special ot
all, Dave is an especially nice
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This eagle scout has served Tea-
neck High in both the Senior
Band and orchestra. His favorite
types of music are rock 'n roll and
dixieland. For recreation he en-
joys ice-skating, bowling, hiking,
weightlifting and fishing. One of
Al's outstanding memories of Tea-
neck High was the Junior Prom,
After high school he plans on go-
ing to college.
Donald C. Strauss
Did you ever see a Strauss waltz?
Don probably has added dancing
to his many other varied activ-
ities. Don's favorite hobbyk is
working on his other hobbies.
Don even goes so far as to ride
a bicycle tin this age of the
auto?l Don's good nature and
many interests will land him a job
in any field that insures money
"The world stands out on either
side no wider than the heart is
wide." Carole's world is limitless.
She has the gift of being able to
view it with the wonder of a
child, the perceptiveness of ma-
turity and the sensitivity of both.
Her sky "no higher than the soul
is high", is infinite.
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Sandi of the titian hair has a
name which means "helper of
mankind". This name is very apt,
for she has a knack of helping
people and working well with
them. She certainly has been a
great help to Mr, Gunner, and
she will always remember working
for hirn. After graduating, she
will help a boss as a legal secre-
tary. "l almost croakedf' Please,
"Some think the world was made
for fun and frolic" and so does
Natalie. On the dance floor, in
a bowling alley, or on the tele-
phone she is always fun to be
with. Natalie hopes to find a
secretarial job after she graduates
from high school. Her cheerful-
ness and honesty will help her in
Jack C. Suggs
Jack is a real eye-opening man. l-le
sets his sights on being an Optom-
etrist. Even in his hobbies, such
as photography and astronomy, he
is really set in a retinal pattern.
This starry-eyed boy also ran on
the cross-country team for three
years. Jack claims that he never
can get his homework finished.
Maybe he needs glasses.
Ellen G. Sundel
Some people just have a knack
for doing things, Take El, fOr
instance. She broke both her
wrists-at once! She also has a
mania for people, shopping and
tying up the phone. She even
has a knack for school work, and
on top of that, dancing and twirl-
ing. You don't suppose she wants
to study psychology so she can
analyze all this, do you?
Al spends a good deal of his spare
time fiddling around, Although
this may seem a pretty highbrow
hobby, it's really quite bass. Be-
sides the bass viol, AI spends sor'
time on his tropical fish, another
hobby which might bring him
into contact with bass. Al's
personality also has a
effect on people.
Irish eyes are smiling" it's
nice to be around and
probably why so many
are attracted to Pat. Her
cheer affects others
results. Besides style
's moods, Pat also hooes
hair. lt is certainly
that happy manner will
her go lucky.
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nowera-a small active animal
noted for existing for long peri-
ods without sleep or food esp. on
I. To be an active speaker, as a
member of Teaneck Speakers,
treasurer of NFL and secretary
of the Debaters.
2, To sing folk songs and play
guitar anywhere but esp., in
Washington Square and living-
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advice and helpful suggestions.
On top of this she is neat and
Being an elementary school teach-
er will utilize these gifts well.
Besides an interest in sports she
also enjoys dancing and music,
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Hard work and determination have
made "T" one of our finest ath-
letes. As captain of the baseball
team, Tom helped keep spirit and
fight alive this past season. The
i959 Englewood football game and
the Teaneck cheerleaders are two
of Tom's brightest memories. A
lively personality has made him
popular with everyone. Next year
"T" will enter trade school.
Beth M. Teweles
A personality that commands re-
spect belongs to Beth whose
pleasing voice commands our at-
tention every morning on the P.A.
She has a deep love for the thea-
tre, for folk music, and for the
democracy in which she lives.
Combining the understanding she
uses for her first two loves and
the desire to preserve the third,
Beth will broadcast for Voice of
Characteristics of a Harry Thomp-
I. A Harry Thomson is always
willing to help somebody out.
2. A Harry Thompson is anxious
to go to IBM school after High
3. A Harry Thompson enjoys TV,
sleep, jazz. He also enjoys
sportsmanship and personality
in others, displaying these qual-
ities in his own character.
"Big Ev" has carried on The fine
tradition of the Thorsland family,
Modesty and sincerity plus a burn-
ing desire to excel in sports have
made this 6' 5" senior a great
athlete, Ev will always be re-
membered for catching passes on
the T.H.S. football field. Ev has
a secret passion for his famous
"nougies" and Teaneck majorettes.
Edith Ann Trucks
"Hey, folks!" That's a sure sign
that Edith Trucks is around. Edith
is popular not only for her good
personality, but also for the pizza
parties she throws, She wants to
Teach retarded children, and she
spent a lot of time helping Mrs.
Morton with the special class at
the high school. We all wish her
the best of luck.
She's four feet nine inches of
dynamite, she's adorable, she's
fran . . . tic. Fran would win the
Miss Energy l96O Contest hands
down. Singing, swinging, sewing,
socializing, and saying "Oh crumb"
are Fran's favorite pastimes. A
Miss Roller fan, Fran's tastes in
gym run from basketball to
hockey. After high school, Fran'll
be a secretary.
Lynne Edwina Tressider
"Spooky" haunts all of her friends
with her "clownin." She's one of
the prettiest spirits around! She
participates in yo-yo practicing at
lunch-time and woodworking in
'shop class. Her numerous activ-
ities include listening to rock 'n
roll, reading, and working in the
Rainbow Girls. She will find
spiritual fulfillment in the field
Pat enjoys many diversified inter-
ests and likes to work out things
for himself, His spare hours are
spent bowling, weightlifting, and
star gazing. He belongs to several
astronomical societies. This should
prepare him well for his career in
optics. Pat' admired thoughtful-
ness and self-initiative in others,
bcnh of which he possesses him-
Madeline Carol Tschupp
"For Pete's Sake!" Just imagine
someone who not only dances
artistically but sings pleasingly
and can smile charmingly in the
middle of everything. With the
additional asset of a thoughtful
and kind disposition, the future
should hold many good things in
store for that person. For Made-
line's sake we hope so.
Marcia Harriet Tuck
Strictly for the record: Marcia is
going to work for the Bergen
Evening Record when she gradu-
ates from high school. lt islre-
ported of Marcia that she'er1l0Y5
reading, dating and listening to
the radio. Marcias' byline is 5
telephone wire on which she haS
a small monopoly. Attractive and
good-natured Marcia is a Puflf'
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Ullman n, lUllmannung-Ger. an
assiduous, ingenious scientisti
1. Characterized by a talent for
teaching or explaining things,
hence a person interested in
science and teaching, also, a
person very capable in these
2. A friendly camper who likes
canoeing, hiking, and swim-
ming, therefore an Eagle Scout.
Harvey Edwin Urbach
As CofNews-Editor, Harvey was
one of the people responsible for
the Te-l-li News. He's also been
active in various outside activities.
He-is an Explorer Scout, for one
thing. For another he is active
at his synagogue. Four years at
college await Harvey The beyond
is uncertain but his willingness to
help and the talent that accom-
panies it will make him valuable
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Carol Louise Vanderbeck
Carols predominant goal in life
is to haue a better understanding
of her fellow-fran She is achiev-
ing this by being and working
Co-captain of the twirlers, Maria
nevertheless never goes around in
circles. She is very down to earth
as her intelligence and sense of
order will verify. Her thoughtful-
ness and consideration for others,
her sincerity and her desire to
strive for self-improvement also
reflect the kind of person she is.
She hopes to teach Senior High.
with people as much as possible
in the fario-as organizations in
which she participates It isn't too
difficuit to understand her, she iz
a friendly girl who eniofs movies.
rock 'n roll, JB T. classes and
He who laughs last and longest
has probably lust heard one ot
lnger's jokes. She is well known
for her ability to keep people
laughing. But this is only the
punch line to a story which hides
a remarkable person and person-
ality, Her facial expression alone
could put any point across and
make any gathering a party.
Making time on the track is an
accomplishment for which Matt
has won nine awards.
Another pastime he enioys when
he's recovering his wind from
running, is singing.
Truthfulness and generosity are
two of Matt's outstanding qual-
Teaneck was glad to welcome this
Matt, as will the colleges be,
Although Gary says "Take a zero",
he doesn't practice what he
preaches, since he usually takes a
ride in his 'SO Ford, while the
radio plays rock 'n roll or pop,
Humorous valentines are in sea-
son this year and this Valentine
is up with the times. Identified
by his talent for making people
laugh, Gary is fun whether he's
working or attending college.
Pete lor Petroff as some of his
"Russian friends call himl has a
habit of making friends with every
person he meets, He has the un-
usual virtue of keeping friends.
Why? Because Pete is himself,
he's no pretender. Just give him
a wrecked car and a Set of
wrenches and he's set for life.
He's also handy with a soccer ball.
Pete will make a wonderful engi-
neer. Everything is "good enough"
when Pete's around.
Jeanne Marie Vibert
Vivacious Vibert will always re-
member the ruckus and exciting
times in gym class. This exuber-
ant girl has a predilection for
excitement which shows in her
choice of hobbies. R an' R, swim-
ming and ice skating fill her spare
time. Yet Jeanie has a serious job
in mind after Berkeley-a legal
secretary's spot will fill the bill.
Marilyn Ann Waldinger
Marilyn likes music and all that
jazz, She also swings to the
rhythm of pizza eating. l-ter
colorful personality is matched
only by the color of her hair or
the colors she uses when she
draws. Marilyn hopes to go to
college, after which she will
become an elementary school
Peter D. Waldmann
Red-headed Pete manages to pack
into his schedule a lot more than
just giving "good" parties. This
Eagle Scout and member of Young
Life and Westminister Fellowship,
found time to be on both the
football and track teams while
participating in Hi-Y. After
school, Pete enioys Modern Jazz
and Dixieland and tucks away
among his other memories the
'58-'59 football season.
Mary Ellen Walker
Walker v. lto know how to have
fun especially with people-L.-
walkere, to be good naturedl
I. To have long talks on the
DHOVWG with close friends and to
teach them how to drive.
2. TO love to sew and to want to
be a nurse. Hence to be all
sewed up in a nursing career.
Ted, who believes all people
should strive for a higher educa-
tion, plans to become a teacher,
thereby educating himself and
preparing to educate others as
well. His well-rounded personality
features enthusiasm for sports,
girls, and music. Ted's memories
of THS highlight his first day here,
Mary Jane Walling
Calling Doctor Walling! Calling
Doctor Walling! But Mary Jane
can't be reached lust now. The
hockey team needs her, and then
she has a tennis match and a bas-
ketball game. Maybe you can
catch her later while she's watch-
ing TV or out walking. Mary
Jane is always more than willing
to be helpful.
Hear that trumpet up there, man!
lt could be Gabriel or it could be
Bill Walsh. Bill's so tall that you
couldn't tell the difference. Bill
also gets a kick out ot tooting
another horn, the one on his "hot"
little Ford. Bill has some fond
memories to take with him lany-
one remember the Jungle Bun-
nies?l Afterwards, college "in the
Jewel Ann Walton
Jewel fits right into the present.
She enioys talks on the ph0I19,
gives great paiama parties, BBQ
utters "Great heavenly cupcakes
She'd have been perfectly at ease
in the past of the old West too.
She is an expert horesbacklrider
and loves folk songs. An intel-
ligent, interesting person, shell
fit right into the future-college
Eileen may someday work in a
ward as a medical technician.
Pizza and poetry are part of her
plan for personal enlovrnent. Her
pet peeve is the short lunch
periods. Two of her best features
are naturally curly hair and bright
blue eyes Judging from her past
history of superior personality,
she's sure to prosper.
George B. Wathne
George claims to be an ordinary
guy, but it takes more than just
an ordinary gut to make such a
claim, or to devote all his spare
time, as George has, to a job.
Because he was so busy working
this year, we didn't see too much
of him and eleventh grade is his
outstanding memory. He likes
"all sorts of things," which means
cars, pistols and photography. We
wish him all sorts of luck.
A boat, a boat, my kingdom for
a boat. Well, Bill may not have
kingdoms to give away but he iust
loves boating, He's a real skilled
hand when it comes to operating
a boat, too. Since we're in the
water, we will also mention that
Bill likes Waterskiing and swim-
ming. Once on land, E-ilI's just as
much at home riding around in
Although Judy with her red hair
and freckles, gives the appearance
ot a wholesome country girl, her
taste's modern and sophisticated.
She likes her iazz cool and bridnc
game challenging. And yet with
all her progressive ideas she is
unaffected and unassuming. We're
sure her college will appreciate
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a, um, meaning roller derby.l
1. To enjoy roller derbys: watch-
ing them, participating in them
and corresponding with other
roller derby fans, Hence, to take
off one's hat to a roller derby.
2. In the future, to use one's in-
dustry and honesty in college
and a job.
Peter Jay Weinberger
There is a certain gentle brutality
about Peter, Maybe it's the gentle
smile on his face as he makes a
particularly sour remark, Maybe
it's because of the kindly way he
sees straight to the heart of
things. And in case anyone didn't
know it, the guy behind the wheel
of that Chrysler is an extremely
Carol Ann Warren
"Half-pint" may be small in stat-
ure but her talent for writing and
her aptitude for teaching are
large and abundant. Her eyes and
complexion are two of her big
attractions. "You better believe"
that her loving spirit makes her a
grand person. She'll be a huge
success in college and career.
Iris A. Weinryb
has the gift of knowing when
good conversation is appreci-
ated and when silence is more
eading, writing. hair styling
and knitting are her widely
the future Iris ,hopes to
teach elementary school.
"S"he will strive, in this field, to
be helpful to others.
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Since the time Gary first came to
Teaneck from Fairlawn in the
eleventh orade, he has made
friends with almost all the car
dealers in town, "Dad, can l buv
this car?" Gary's witty style and
enthusiasm for fun has gained
him many friends in school. Fair-
lawn's loss is Teaneck's gain,
Gary has an affinity for drugs.
he wants to be a pharmacist.
Marjorie Ann Weiss
Weiss n. lOne who likes many
things from I.. Weissus-variedl.
I. One who likes the sound of
radio, television, slow music or
a voice on the telephone.
2. One who takes an active part
in the Jr. Sisterhood and who
therefore says frequently "l'm
3. One whose warmth will make
her new friends in Jr, College.
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His friends call him Al or Fred
but never Alfred. This Eagle Scout
and member of the Luther League
is planning a career in medicine.
But a serious goal doesn't stop
Al from enjoying jazz, R 'n R or
the '58 Turkey Day Game, Al
enioys football, wrestling and
swimming. From all indications
Weisenbeck's going to be a real
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Fred has the wonderful quality of
stick-to-it-iveness. He uses this
gift in everything he does whether
it be hunting, fishing, or fighting
for victories with the soccer team.
Amiability is another word that
describes Fred. He has many
friends and knows how to make
an evening with them memorable.
College, or the service vie for
lf there's "water, water every-
where," Marty is probably swim-
ming in it and winning some
more swimming awards. Marty is
equally at home on land where
he often drivos or participates in
land sports. Marty believes that
a person should work to his full-
est capacity. His fullest capacities
will be realized in college and
thcn in the business world.
Venus made her fair,
A lovely girl with sunlight in her
The brightest stars have fled the
To dwell in this cheerleaders
For best face and figure she was
By the class who for her ap-
It will not be the least surprising
If she succeeds in merchandising,
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Widmann may not be wide, man.
but he's worth his height in fun.
What gym class that contained
his lanky form doing cartwheels
and forward rolls over the backs
of six "volunteers" could deny
this? Stock car racing and fishing
take up much of "The Wits"
spare time. America can feel
proud that men like Richie shall
someday guard our coats.
Ann Virginia Wignall
Just a glance at her picture,
Will drive you plumb wild.
She's a twirler, a reader,
She must be some child!!
She's funny, she's witty,
She just loves to talk,
lAnd need I mention her model-
She likes friendliness and sincerity,
But complains "everybody is pick-
in' on me."
lt's no wonder the cry has been
"Win with Winn" for the last
three years, This fireball of a
cheerleading captain is by no
means one sided. Active in school
government, she is treasurer of
our class cabinet. Sincerity and
frankness distinguish her from
among the senior class. With these
qualities and all her others, she's
sure to win in college.
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Whether working on them, driv-
ing them or racing them, Willie
is a real car enthusiast.
"l know" he exclaims and if it's
about cars he probably does.
Latin declensions don't please him
but feminine genders do.
Later ,rears will tind his friend-
liness and sharp wit in college.
Roland, who bears the nickname
Rabbit, certainly makes tracks in
his Nash fRabbit or otherwise?
As Roland would say, when his
homework is finished, "I go riding
on the drag then I hit the grill."
Besides grills Roland also likes
girls. His amiable personality and
mechanical ability should help him
in his career of engineering,
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Beauticians beware, You're in for
some very tough competition
when Barb becomes one of you
An easygoing person and loyal
friend, she turns a telephone
into a Barbed wire.
Records and rock 'n roll are the
three R's that Barb likes best.
Barb hopes to be admitted to the
Gather round, folks, Alice is
giving away some home-spun
philosophy FREE. She says that
you should laugh through every-
thing. In case you find it diffi-
cult, she'Il offer a potent portion
of quick and imaginative wit. If
you can't laugh, dance, If you
can't dance, read. If you can't
read, become a journalist and
write. lt works for "All"
If "the best things in life are
free," then it's no wonder that
every senior has had the oppor-
tunity to know Betsy. She has
the wonderful gift of gab and the
same type of Vgeniality. Because
of her many outstanding qualities,
Betsy has made many, many
friends and will undoubtedly con-
tinue to do so in her merchandis-
Matthew Charles Wolfberg
Whether you examine it deduc-
tively or inductively, Matt is a
logical thinker. Thinking logically.
he comes up with quick wit and
common sense. Applying his wit,
sense and feeling to music, he
developed a comprehensive under-
standing of it. As a good tennis
player, it's forty to love that he'll
be successful as a doctor.
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people smiling and happy. From
American idiom Hollywood mean-
ing entertainment capitol of the
1. One who has Chrismas spirit
throughout the whole year.
2. One whose interests are many
3. One who plans to be a secre-
Kathleen Rae Yaverek
Striking blonde co-captains of
twirling squads are hard to find.
Talented pianists of Teaneck High
School choirs who like wrestlers
are even harder to find. The hard-
est of all to find is integrity, hon-
esty, cheerfulness and spirit in a
senior. Luckily Teaneck High has
just such a one in the person of
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in fact, he's really very good. He's
been on the bowling team for two
years now, and has won five
bowling trophies. Ronnie also likes
wrestling and has won awards for
his skill. Ronnie plans to become
a pharmacist, but first he's going
to pharmaceutical college for
courses in pill pouring.
Fred D. Yobs
"The bells are ringing". If they're
ringing at 3:04 they're probably
ringing for Fred whose life after
school highlights driving, some
really expert bowling, or hunting.
When the bells ring for him on
the last day of school he will
approach a future which is some-
what uncertain but which definitly
features the business world.
Ellen's big hazel eyes, cute
dimples and lovely blonde hair
will make her a good model.
Ellen's easygoing manner, pleas-
ant personality and good advice
will make her a good secretary.
Ellen's enthusiasm and volubility
make her fun to be with. All of
this makes Ellen, using her own
expression, "What a gem."
"By horse or by car, he's bound
to go far." Rich is the proud
owner of many ribbons and tro-
phies which he was awarded for
his horsemanship. When he's not
riding horses, he's customizing
cars. That's not alll His versatil-
ity extends to interior decorating
too. Despite his energetic interest
in so many things, Rich always
advises "Take it slow".
Robert Allan Young
"Duffy" has that all important
quality of curiosity which is im-
portant to a scientist. Since he's
crazy about spiders, we in T.H.S.
dub him Jack Webb. He likes
organs, both musical and ana-
tomically. He loves to listen to
R 'n R on a radio he probably
built himself. Duff's tastes are
simple, just give him a tarantula
and watch out,
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"Into the air Daniel Zupa." When
Zuffa becomes a pilot in the near
future he'll really be floating QD
clouds. His active participation in
phases of aviation imodel pl-33195.
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strates his interest in the sky even
when he's on the ground. HIS
personnality is also "ace".
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SENlOR CLASS CAEHNET
Officers 'Left to Right: Mrs Nosach, Sponsorg Buddy Fink,
Presicent, Eileen Winn, Treasurer, Karen Lowry, Secretary,
George Mayer, Vice President, Mr. Webb, Sponsor, Miss Roller,
Sponsor, rnot presentu
What does it mean to be a senior? It is
small, visible objects like the class ring and
the class hat that make us seniors. lt is a
class calendar which includes events like the
Senior Fall Dance, the Senior Prom and the
Washington Trip, lt is being able to see in
retrospect events such as the Sophomore Class
Picnic and the Junior Prom. We could not
have been or felt any ot these things without
the help ot our Class Cabinet, its members
and its president of three years standing,
Buddy Fink, Thank you for making the term
"senior" a reality.
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NATIUNAL HUNUR SUIIIETY
Election to the National Honor Society represents the culmination of
three years of distinguished citizenship, leadership, scholarship, and service.
The Society's cherished pin, the flaming torch, symbolizes unselfish, unfailing,
idealistic contributions to Teaneck High School. The entire upper third of the
Senior Class is eligible, but admission to the Society rests upon the vote of
the faculty and the student body.
Awarded to a senior who has best
exemplified the high standards nec-
essary for Honor Society member-
ship, the Plaque Award, presented by
the Woman's Club of Teaneck, has
become a prized citation in Teaneck
High School. The winner, chosen by
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Jerrold Grayson Robert Clark Hale Carol Grace Halediian
Maxine Susan Heimoff Susan Vicki l-limber
Vicki Goldstein Elizabeth Gordon
Julianna Hargreaves Richard I. Hass
William B. Jacobsen Pefer Allan Jansson
Gail S. Kadison Michael Barry Kales
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Lois Ann Kehrli
Betty Alice Kraus George Charles Larson
Myra Sue Levine Richard Fredric Leff
Karen Russell Lowry Richard Sur Manno
Jean lrma Loeb Joan Roselvn Loeb
David Mantel Joseph Richard Marfire
Barbara Susan Kesslin Monika Klein
Michael Jay Leila
Richard Evan Lowenfhal
S ll A Moore Jason Okin Robert Older
Virginia Ann Meringer Constance Remington Mitchell a y nne
Phyllis Ostrow Simone John Pace
Sondra Lee Plotnick Noel Jeffrey Raffer
Mark Alan Pachman Marieanna Melanie Pape Jan Carol Pink
Joseph L. Renda Jeffrey J. Richter Judith Ann Ripple
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Miriam R. Schulman Howard William Segal Doris H. Scilcr
Edward Mark Solomon Lois Nancy Stein Carole Strickler
Edith Ann Trucks Maria Annette Vallzne Peter J. Vcrgano
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CL A QSMEN
If Rip Van Winkle could have awakened from his legendary slumber
once each year and looked from his hill to ours, he would have seen that
every graduating class is unique in itself. Each class has a temperament of
its own, a personality of its own and a promise of its own. These characteristics
do not slumber but awaken each year.
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lt was a new year in Teaneck High School and
just like any other year, in came the sophomores.
Although they were nervous and excited like any new
class coming up to the school on the hill, this sopho-
more class was already familiar with the high school
since they had gone here during part of seventh grade
before the new junior high schools were built.
About mid-way through the year came the task
of electing Sophomore Class officers and sponsors.
After all was said and done the results were: President,
Timothy Cook, Vice-President, Arlene Costa, Secre-
tary, Joan Walworth, Treasurer, Robert Thiemerg and
Sponsors, Miss Arvanetes and Mr, Nonas. The main
project of the Sophomore Class Cabinet was creating
an April in Paris.
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With its goal, the unification of the Class of '6l,
in mind, the Cabinet is carrying out its three major
functions ot the year. They are Class Rings, Class Hats,
and the Junior Prom. We plan to have our hats for
the opening game next year, when we make our first
appearance as the Senior Class of '6l.
JUNIOR CLASS CABINET
Vic Thomas, Treasurer, David Mairs, President, Pete Archbolcl, Vlce President.
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, i in the roots of American heritage and tradition. Why is
. tl Q Q it that America is proud of her athletes? lt may be that
r N athletes represent the most American qualities. An ath-
lete is more than muscle plus a "can of spinach." To
L be an athlete is to be a man in all respects, Someday,
i """ perhaps, a Teaneck boy will become a great national
figureg one who might be destined for the legendary
annals ot America's great. We hope he will be from the
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The wind was a sense of duty among the cedar trees,
The moon was an omen of greatness sailing on Big Blue,
The road was a ribbon of victory over the purple moon,
And the Highwaymen came riding - riding - riding -
The Highwaymen came riding, as Rea had done before.
He'd a blue leather helmet on his forehead, a bunch of lace at his chin,
A coat of "Bulldog" lining, and breeches of black "Tiger" skin,
They fitted with never a wrinkle: his boots were up to the thigh!
And he rode with a jeweled twinkle, his pistol butts a-twinkle,
His rapier hilt a "Cutter," under the jeweled sky.
He did not come in the dawning, he did not come at noon,
He came from the tawny sunset, settling the "Comet's" doom.
The road was a ribbon of "Comet's" blood, set on the Big Blue moor,
And the Highwaymen came fighting -fighting -fighting -
The Highwaymen came fighting, as Gunner had done before.
Hard he fought, like a madman, shreiking a curseto the sky,
With the whole town fighting behind him, his rapier brandished high.
Blue-blooded his spurs in the forenoon, deep blue was his royal coat.
When he slew the "Raiders" on the highway, the "Maroon and Red Raiders" on the highway
And lay in the red blood on the highway, blue lace as a collar on their throats.
ln the still of a winter's night they say, when victory is in the breeze,
When the moon is a Teaneck galleon, consisting of Big Blue cheese.
When the road is a ribbon of moonlight, leading to Miss Hill's door,
The Highwaymen come fighting-fighting-fighting-
The Highwaymen come fighting, to win forevermore.
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they completed a most credible season Their fine record of 9 4 2 ' '
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considering the injuries the team suffered. Bob Jalil, State All-Star when only a junior, was
out for most of the season. A twist of fate or a little luck at the right time could have meant
the difference between victory and defeat. The team's two defeats were at the hands, or feet
of ever-strong Ridgewood and Hackensack. Th
ese two teams were the only ones who placed
before Teaneck in the final ranks of the N.N.J.l.L.
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lt's a miracle that this year's cross-country team
did not bankrupt the insurance company. The team 'had
more injuries than you could shake a cast at. At one
time or another in the course of the season tour of the
top six runners were out. The effect of their absence
is evident when you realize that the team lost many of
theircmeets by only one or two points, We join the
Dodgers in saying 'wait until next year.'
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WINTER TRACK TEAM
"Run, Eliza, run!" Teaneck's "Frozen Flyers" are after youl
This is Teaneck's first year in winter track competition with other
areas. There is no record for a team of this sort because competition
is based on individual performance. Our "refrigerator squad" com-
peted with hundreds of boys from the New York Area, The team won
the first gold medal in winter track for Teaneck when Scott crossed
the finish line in the one hundred yard dash ahead of three hundred
and twenty other runners.
Coach Ryan, no Simon Legree by any means, feels that in a few
years Teaneck can, with the support of the student body, build up a
The Class of '60 is proud to have helped make this new sport a
part of the regular athletic program. We hope future teams will fol-
low the fine example set by the first winter track team.
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This was quite an unusual year for basketball as
far as Seniors were concerned. lt is now well known
that this is not Teaneck's year as far as lack of in-
juries is concerned. The basketball team was hit
harder than other teams because three top Seniors-
Bud Fink, Ev Thorsland, and Billy Jacobsen, were out
for the entire season. As a result, the three remaining
Seniors-Don Cronson, Johnny Cook, and Pete Luongo
had to depend on the Juniors and Sophs not only to
complete the five man team but also to act as resew-
ists. The Seniors excelled in courage and ability
despite the odds.
Coach Misko's foresight in allowing the under-
classmen to play Varsity ball as much as they did will
help greatly in next year's competition and in improv-
ing on this year's 4-lO record.
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Variety may be the spice of life but Teaneclds "Rackin' Wrestlers" have
absolutely no variety. All they do is win, win, win. The "Victorious Varsity"
has upped their winning total to a fabulous thirty-five straight. County,
League, and District titles fell to Teaneck as they have for the last two years.
Eight men made the finals and three of these went to the States. Horst Rudolph
placed third, Dave Berman fourth, while Carl Danziger, who has a tremendous
future ahead of him, lost in the preliminaries in state competition. Almost
all the boys had near perfect records. A great deal of thanks and credit goes
to Mr. Paul Nonas, the coach who filled the rather large shoes of Big .lack
Armstrong. Credit, too, goes to the backbone of the team, the J.V. squad
which has won fifty-four matches in a row. This assures Teaneck of another
great year in wrestling next year.
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Winter Track. These boys
are a jump ahead ot any
past Teaneck runners be-
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training for many weeks.
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ing and the fine job that
is sure to be done by cap-
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Let us look into the crystal baseball and predict the outcome ot this
year's baseball season. Ot course, last year's team is already history. Led by
Arne Thorsland, our team last year copped League, County, and State Titles.
How much better can a team get? lt may not get better but we don't think
it'll get worse. .lust as we have used last year's team as a reference, we think
the yearbook of the Class of "6l " will use this year's team in the same way.
JOHN DUFFY, BILL JACOBSEN, Captain, TOM TELESCA.
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hontas are playing at a type of ten-
nis. They're playing doubles and the
score is tied love to love. But when
their parents find out there will be
quite a racket.
Teaneck never had a finer tennis
team than it does this year. The boys
themselves are extremely confident
that league and perhaps state titles
are theirs. The return of Buddy
Fink, hampered all year by a mend-
ing shoulder, has added greatly to
the team's morale as well as to its
chances for the finest season ever.
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"I hear America singing, the varied
carols I hear . . . Each singing
what belongs to him or to her and
to none else. . . "
ln the many clubs after school, we
found a chance to develop our in-
dividual interests while learning,
at the same time, to work closely
Miss Edith Tepper
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There is no need to tell all that Miss
Tepper has done for us as Director of
Student Activities. A glance at the
club section of the yearbook is suffi-
cient to show that Teaneck High
School has a wide variety of extra-
curricular activities which have added
a great deal to high school years, not
only for the class of '60, but for all
But there are some less obvious facts
about Miss Tepper which are also ap-
preciated. Bacon said that travel is a
part of education and experience. Miss
Tepper has travelled throughout the
United States, Mexico, Alaska, Canada,
the West Indies, Hawaii, and Europe.
ln her position as head of the Social
Studies Department, Miss Tepper has
shared her experience and education
with us in a way that has enriched our
social studies courses. l-ler initiative
has led her to teaching geography, and
has made her responsible for many
innovations which have kept our social
studies curriculum up to date.
Perhaps the fact that Miss Tepper
has taught every grade from fifth to
twelfth has helped her to understand
so well our needs and desires. Yet
understanding is based on more than
experience. lt is based upon self-
knowledge, compassion, and intelli-
gence, all of which belong to Miss
After 37l ,tfi 2 years of service to the
Teaneck school system, Miss Tepper is
retiring, The Class of '60 says "So
long" to her, with sadness that she
must leave, with gratitude because we
have been under her guidance, and
with sincerest wishes that Miss Edith
Tepper may have many more years of
travel, experience, and happiness.
STU DENT COUNCIL CALL
P8111 KM-D. Pfiesfdeflf xx Miss Helen B. Hill, Principal A
Sue Protell, Voce President D 6 Miss Edith H. Tepper,
Jan Pink, Rec. Secretary . U A Dir. of Student Activities
Joe Maxtire, Treasurer ka Mr. Louis Paine, Sponsor
Pat Saviano, Cor. Secretary X931 Mr. James Arvanetes, Sponsor
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Meeting called to order September i959 under the leadership of Paul Klein, Presidentg
Sue Protell, Vice Presidentg Jan Pink, Recording Secretaryg Pat Saviano, Corresponding
Secretary and Joe Martire, Treasurer, New format for representatives, twelve from each
grade instead of representatives from each home room.
Decided on sale of victory jackets, shakers and pep tags during football season and
official adaption of "l-lighwaymenu as surname. All to increase school spirit.
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Gave assistance to American Field Service and Athletic Council with sale of tickets for
fund raising drive. Aided March of Dimes campaign.
Sponsored Teaneck Youth Government Day and Alumni Day for the Class of '59,
Meeting adjourned June, l96O. ReSpeCHuHy Submitted,
with the sincere appreciation of
"Mentem colere et persofnam meliorareu the Class of '60 whose thanks go
To enrich the mind and improve the character" to the STUDENT COUNCIL for adding
so much to our senior year.
OFFICERS: Jenn Kmdergan, Treasurerg Rnchard Lehman, VICE President
Jean Loeb, Secretary Muchael Kates, Presldenfg Mr. Sher, Sponsor
OFFICERS: Willie F:-'-mes I-rt Crerrran, Earr, Liizbl, Assistant Art Chairmang Karon Lowry, Corresponding Secretary: Sally Moore
Presldenfg Evelyn Olson, Pezsf: ng Se:re'ar,, Eetty Kraus, Vice Presidentg Mr. G. A, Martino, Sponsor.
TRAN VAN HUY
"Do right to the widow, judge for the fatherless
Give to the poor, defend the orphan,
Clothe the naked."
Tran Van l-luy, a nine year old Vietnamese
Orphan ofthe Communist inspired war in Viet Nam,
is the adopted son ot "Kiddies Inc." of Teaneck
l-luy, his mother and younger brother ll-luy's
father, a nationalist soldier, was killed in the civil
war in l956D are supported by "Kiddies Inc."
through the auspices of the Foster Parent Plan.
Jean Chambers, President Laney Fiestal, Vice Presidenfg Gini Dono, Secrefaryg Penny
Fiint, Treasurerg Debby Zurif, Historiang Miss Brady, Sponsor.
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Rendag Jeanne Rook, Treasurerg Barbara Chaderchian, Vice President.
OFFICERS: Fred Schicker, Presidentg James Pnkc, Secrgataryp Bob Donahue, Treasurer
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"We hear music" and the band is there, so it's bound to be good music.
The Band Concert was one of the best ever given, an example of quality in
the sound of music and of the tact that Mr. Mairs is a perfectionist. More-
over, we aren't the only people to realize the quality ot the Teaneck High
School Band, The eighty-tive members will be the only high school band to
play at the Music Educators National Conference, where the belief that bands
from the western states outshine eastern bands will be destroyed when our
band is heard.
Mrs. Mitchell came to the choir this
yearl With freshness and vitality she
gave the choir new life and a wonder-
ful sound which we heard first at the
Christmas Assembly and which many
other people heard at Bergen Mall. The
first song on the repertoire at the Spring
Concert was "September Song." "Be-
causeu they are so good, whether "ln
the Still ofthe Night" or the "Middle
of the Afternoon," they also sang
"Madame Jeanetteu and "Elijah Rock"
well at the concert, Quality of tone
was also heard from them at the Bergen
County Choral Society.
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Kodish, Secretary-Treasurerg Beth Teweles, Vice President.
Literature "Insight equals thought plus passion
Gail Kadison, Presidentg Mrs. Shelby, Sponsor
Mrs. Mitchell, Sponsor
Mr. Fleisig, Sponsor
Edith Ann Trucks, Treasurerg
Jeanne Rook, President: Ruth
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Mrs. Kiss, Mrs. Lafheng
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Lee Lieberman, President Charies Lewis,
Vice Presidentg Bob Ecke, Secretaryg
Marc Weinberger, Treasurer.
Jamie Figenbaum, Presidentg Janet Ridge, Vice Presidenig
Carole Mervis, Secretary-Treasurer.
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Mr. Slater, Sponsor.
Rudy Karsch, President Mr. Madsen, Sponsor.
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Doris Seiler, Publicitvg Beth Teweles, Rec-
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Ann Tarnower, Rima Dombrow, Vivian
Doris Seiler, Publicifyg Marilyn Salomon
Treasurer: John O'Day. Vice President
Ken Kipnis, Presidenfg Rosemary Ganci
Corresponding Secrefaryg Sue Kesslin
Ann Tarnower, Corresponding Secretaryg
Elizabeth Gordon, Vice Presidentg John
O'Day, Presidentp Rima Dombrow,
Recording Secretaryg Kenneth Kipnis,
Treasurerg Doris Seller, Director of
Ansie Cook, Treasurer: Elizabefh
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Ellen Feldman, Secretary. y
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ElIenASur1dell, Secretaryg Miss Devany, Sponsor, Carol Markus, Presidentg Marge
Koskinos, Vice President.
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Doug Sarajian, Presidenfg Cathy Mack, Vice President Vicki Goodman, Secrefaryg
Ann Cowan, Treasurer.
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Pefer Schuberf, Secrefaryg Vicki Klein, Vice President Miss Hess, 5p0r1SOl'l Miriam
Levi, Presidentg Pefer Waldmann, Treasurer.
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WURLD AFFAIRS CLUB
ln keeping with Teaneck High School's in-
terest in World Affairs, the Class of '60 this year
played host to two foreign students, representa-
tives of the Herald Tribune Forum, Alyosuis
Nwaogugu from Nigeria, and Johanne Turner
from Montreal, Canada. For two weeks Aloy and
.lohanne lived in. Teaneck at the homes of
Jonathan Cook and Ginny Scherer, respectively,
attended classes with us, and spoke to us about
their customs and countries. No one of us will
ever forget Aloy's warm sense of humor, out-
spokeness and intelligence nor Johanne's friend-
liness and vast store of knowledge. Meeting
Johanne and Aloy gave us the opportunity to
travel vicariously to unknown places, to discover
that wonderful people are wonderful people
regardless of the side of the globe on which
Aloy and vJohanne of the Herald Tribune Forum Jon Cook' Johanna, Moy and Ginny Scherer,
Group. Mia and Norio of American Field Service. l7tS
Barbara Muller, Treasurerg Brllle MacNelIl, Vice Presidenfg Clalre Keatnng,
PVCSIJQMQ Rose DeSan1rs, Secretary, Mary Arm Ferrara, Program Manager
Girls' Bowling Club
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no other view than that of the public good, but in this I should not be entirely sincere. and
men are now-a-days too wise to be deceived by pretenses, how specious however. The plain
truth of the matter is that I have enjoyed guiding the publication of our yearbook. Through
this job I have become acquainted with a staff of wonderful people, patient and understanding
men and women at New City Printing Company and Lorstan-Thomas Studios. and numerous
others who have been so willing to help. lf, when reading this book, now and years from now.
you receive a warm reminder of your school and even the flavor of your folklore, you will be
helping me to thank all these people so deserving of our gratitude.
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A note of thanks from the members of the graduating class to our
friends and patrons, whose contributions have aided the successful
publication of the l96O Hi-Way.
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Mr. and Mrs. John Adobody
Mrs. H. Aiello
Mr. and Mrs. William Andresen
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Apollo
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Helen T. Levin
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Thomas J. McLeo
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Edgar A. Moore
John F. Murphy Jr.
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Abe W. Okun
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REALTOR - APPRAISER
1209 Teaneck Road Tearweek, New Jersey
Congratulatnons d Best Washes
TEANECK AQUARIUM 6' PET SHOP
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770 PALISADE AVENUE TEANECK, N. J
E. H. JACOBSEN
PLUMBING and HEATING
Jobbing Prornptly Attended to
570 KENWOOD PLACE
TEANECK, NEW JERSEY
FOR THE BEST SERVICE ALL WAYS
Cleaners - Launderers
1345 QUEEN ANNE ROAD
WEST ENGLEWOOD, NEW JERSEY
22 TEMPLE AVENUE
HACKENSACK, NEW JERSEY
PIANIST - TEACHER
POPULAR - CLASSICAL - THEORY
Best Wishes To The
CLASS OF '60
MR. and MRS. J. S. PINK
BILTMORE FORMAL WEAR
LARGEST SELECTION or FoRMAl. WEAR
1150 TEANECK ROAD TEANECK, N, J.
A. H. KOVACS
511 CEDAR LANE tnear Theatrel TEANECK, N, J.
THE COPLEY NURSERY SCHOOL
Wishes the Graduates
The Best Of Luck
MORTIMER H. LYONS
ioie LEXiNGTON AVENUE NEW YORK CITY
GOING TO WASHINGTON
SHORT LINE B S
FOR A BETTER CHARTER SERVICE
CALL LA 9-3666
AT MAHWAH, N. J.
Best Wishes to the
1960 GRADUATING CLASS
1440 THE PLAZA
WEST ENGLEWOOD, N, J,
792 Cedar Lane Teanec
260 BROAD AVENUE T T' "T "-
PAI-'SADE5 PARK, N- J- A Golden Future to the
CLASS OF '60
open 9:30 to 6 Dany, Mon. and na. 'ni 9 PM. from
Barbara Lee Suggests:
Dresses by Susy Perette, R8-K, and Gigi Young.
Nationally known Sportswear, Lingerie, Hosiery
and Gloves. A complete girdle and bra depart-
ment with personalized fittings by our expert
corsetieres. Special Junior bra and girdle dept.
454 Cedar Lane
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Best Wishes TE 6-9666
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MICHEL S BEAUTY SALON
PLUMBING F: HEATING
SUPPLY CO.. INC.
IO6 Fort Lee Rd. Teaneck, N. J.
LANDSCAPING 0 GARDENING
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16 WESTERVELT PLACE NEST ENGLEWOOD, N. J.
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Best' Wishes Good Luck
PLAZA SERVICE STATION
OLSON INSURANCE AGENCY
Tlianeck 7-4250 ,
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TEANECK, NEW JERSEY
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Luncheon - Dinner - Cocktails-Catering To Parties
Specializing In Real Chinese Dishes
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J E R R Y ' S Compliments of
SMOKE AND SWEET SHOP
Schraffts Whitman Chocolates
TOYS AT DISCOUNT PRICES
378 MAIN STREET HACKENSACK, N. J.
TEaneck 6-6886 Bernard A. Schwinder
BERGEN FARMS DAIRY
MILK AND DAIRY Pnooucrs
673 KENT AVENUE TEANECK, N. J
With Best Wishes
cHiNEsE RESTAURANT HO'-DER 5
Good Luck from Compliments of
Best Wishes from
S. HAROLD WILNER
LANE SHOE REBUILDING
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Compliments and Best Wishes
HARRY'S FOOD MARKET
Best Wishes i
Good Luck from
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ELAYNE'S CHATEAU of BEAUTY
Best Wishes for the Future
T aneck-Bogota-Ridgefield Park
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Teaneck 6-3700 HUbbaI'd 9-5515
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SUNDAY Monmmcs THURSDAY Monwmes
The Class of '60
Teaneck High School
Teaneck, New Jersey
The staff of The Sunday Sun extends to you
congratulations and our best wishes for a happy,
successful future. May we continue to publish
news of your achievements!
The Sunday Sun
FOR YOUR COMFORT
Kitchen Phone - Wlndsor 4-2978
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One Block South of George Washington Bridge
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