Tenafly High School - Tenakin Yearbook (Tenafly, NJ)

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L 7,, 'N N gl ..-J l ,L ,Q A .QQSQ Aww? wwe' MARILYN JANE SM JANET SPADER RICHARD STEINHOFER JOHN STEWART ,f iff! f w a il fp .iffy 1'i R If ,f f . ' ,ff ' , ' ,, ff! K WV E?" jf' mN" Al ZX XTX WWA JV f,z'I, ,' AX xx -Q HT" . xjv AX!! V f' X I W 39 v' X of 1'!,l ., ' 1971 g+f'fff UT' ,Tf -W I A PHYLLIS STOUTENBURGH EDGAR STREICH 1 L ,MNA xnu"'1'A m"'o 1- 'T jvA'T .A - i lf "x l ROBERT STICCO 27 R ROBIN TAIT JEANNE TALINI I J f MMG f.f' . f , I Ll 'IL ,I 1 jxwjbpfj It 1 - pb. 4 I1 'D . ef . 1 I I , x hx R A ' A 7 , g Af 'L' . ' fx f '1 'JV l I OR 4 ,,, cd' ' . A ' gfaum. I , A BARBARA TALLMAN QKKLQU' XQ . X ' v - N . IU ,ff f ,wgf-H w gd f if I' 28 Q71 I KX V Lf ROGER TAVOSO RAYMOND TENSFELDT X N ,kxqgagl-I l '. - Q Lu-'M' V ,A -.. "' A' ' EL 1 Y' . HARVE ff' X 'f N1 gf 1? ' 'ur 1'5- - .xt--, -1 ,.,-,E.,wcf 1-Af' 4,,rx1fN.z W 25 AN Vol ,what , I Q'-M.Js.., .Lf 'K' qw Txw bfwxu M. V ,LNAQL Mi M 4. , ffm- 1 JOAN THOMSEN J fvvwff ,, VE Q 1 gm? 6" E 3 ,R W ' ff ,f , mfg 'Q - QL M I?" - xvvfl KEVIN TRAVERS HUGH VALENTINE LORRAINE VALLARI 29 41 vw .J fv W M Agway O,-V Q MW ,T .N 'www NANCY VAN VLI ET so W X HERBERT VAN BLARICUM VIRGIN NQKARICUM 1 iv , , K !,,ff' M 1 Y 1 ,' ', J' ,W gf. ffff, , J 7, jf! T , . ff Af Af" L -im ". . :-, : ,. 7 - - 4. f '7 - :. I 4' 1' Q HS- -' X, 1 1 l xt, Ah ' x ,fg5'gf3:fi',fsQ?ff,ff f?9::2f3',s?ff5S3'fV 1 FRANS VELING PETER VIGNOLI VA , RICHARD VOGLER SUZANNE VOLK Q, X ' L ,Q I .Qi s Q 'VYA , K GEORGE VOSSLER JEANETTE WALTON GEORGE VOLKMAN 31 f ,J J ik, rf A! xy , J 1 I J! K ,fr y ' 'V ' J lf ,, Q, 3 PEGGY WHITSON 32 MARY LOU WELLS LAWRENCE WHALEN f Wgfffg Q L , A A A x 4 W ' A W I x, W 'A KATHLEEN WIEGAND A JOHN WILSON TI-IERESA WINTER 3, f WILLIAM YAISER Y M. jf' A ,Xxx P ff' JV s .I Ask!! I 'X A 2- if wf I .QWSX ' ' iqsgdi JOAN YOUNG ROBERT YOUNG , F 14,1 NOYES YALE N f, ff' . 1 - V .. i M' I I' L I , Q 2 x K. lj K' . 33 7-., JANE ZOPFS N'-',"Af-R ' 'L "In- 1 H 1 I . . ' Ps! I ,. V , , W' wf Q XGA' P , f X n, ' , . U r , K " LDV If , w QW Q v W A QQ, WW 34 fad: 1 I ' iq! I ix,-4 Q" ,xl . c Q go . , PRUPHEIIY HILE walking down the street the other day, and not thinking of where I was going, I bumped into a lamp post. lt must have made me dizzy, because the next thing I knew it was l957 and l was sitting in the public library, reading a copy of the American Observer, edited by Robin Tait, Mary Lou Wells, and Mimi Moberg. Turning to the Sports page, I read that Bob Sticco, George Cordier, Harvey Terwilliger, Ray Tensfeldt, and Jay Monroe had been taken to the hospital for injuries suffered playing All-American football, The nurses at this hospital were Eleanor Burguiere, Alice Fick, Marie Muller, Marilyn Jane Smith, and Jeanette Walton. The Observer commented that Monroe had only a slight nick but insisted upon hospitalization, seeming to be in such agony that Nurse Walton fainted. Looking further on the Sports page, l saw that Rodger Patzig, Harold Eller, Frank Florio, Ryland Rogers, Ed Connell, Ed Streich, Warren Cole, John Hohnholt, and Bob Mangels were beginning "Operation Moose Hunt" in Canada. According to the paper, Mangels was an ex- pert on the subject. I noticed that baseball history had been made when Mary Beech signed up with the Dodgers as shortstop. Diane Greason had broken all previous records with a ski jump of 5,279 feet at Bear Mountain. She was fished out of the Hudson River, suffering from ex- posure, but otherwise unharmed. Charlie Nielson and Larry Whelan had tied Don Jorgensen's soccer record of 99 points in one game, while Walt Carr, the Knickerbockers' giant center, and Frank Conboy, dynamite on legs, were voted the year's most broken-down basketball players, Doug Peppin and George Volkman had played another game of championship chess to a stalemate, their 857th in succession, and Don "Rifle Arm" Dalessio had completed his tenth victorious season with the football Giants. On wandering into the Science column, I found that great advances had been scored. The first, and probably most earth-shaking, was made when Don Beattie, Rushton Benjamin, Pete Vignoli, and Harry Bradley, assisted by Barbara Davison, disproved Einstein's theory of relativity. Immediately Theresa Winter and Al Butti did some difficult atomic research and compiled a new table of valences. Using this information, Johnny Wilson was able to build a better mouse-trap, and Bob Nast installed a more powerful wind-up motor in his car, aided by Herb Van Blaricum and Martin and Austin DeFlaun, This, incidentally, made his the smooth- est-running taxi ever, except for Jack Kenny's renovated sampan, which would take you wherever there is water for only ten cents per mile, plus coolie wages when the wind stopped blowing. Two other flourishing taxi services were operated by Francis Alonso and Forrest Brown, while Ray Hasenflugh ran a highly prosperous trucking company. Kathleen Wiegand had become the first woman Warrant Officer in the CAP lCivil Air Patrol to you illiteratesl. 35 ln Politics, of course the biggest headlines were made by Bette Ann Fraim, first woman President. Senator Edgar Law had finished filibustering about retroactive pay, whereupon Gill Seal had introduced legislation to slash the appropriations for the TVA lTennessee Valley Au- thority to the uninformedl . Both houses of Congress had authorized the spending of four bil- lion dollars for the construction of a narrow-gauge railway in Alpine for communication with the outside world. The pressure group forcing this action included Madeline Maggi, Wini- fred Boyd, and Marion Gianuzzi. However, Virginia Brown and Frank Precourt, in charge of dropping the monthly mail and K rations, attempted to have the bill vetoed on the grounds that the natives were far too savage t-o be allowed to contact civilization, On the other hand, missionary Bob Reifsnyder had made great progress in taming these hitherto cannibalistic natives. Upon reading the Financial section, l was startled to find that Peck and Peck had now become Peck, Peck, and Jouffret, and that Joanne Schumacher had a controlling interest in Sterns'. Barbara Carlier, chief buyer for lb-oth stores, had commented, "903". The report of the Travers Dancing Studio lWe Teach You to Dance in Fifteen Seconds or Your Nickel Backl disclosed that because of increased business, the company had hired five new stenographers, Joan Petrie, Dorothy Munzing, Jane Zopfs, Ruth Chipman, and Aggie Jesson, plus an instructor, Donald Cevasco, The United Nations, at Lake Success, had just employed Martha Roudabush, Dot Ference, and Ruth Carter as secretaries, and Janet Spader as a Spanish interpreter. Possibly the biggest news in the Financial section was the opening of Chick Boynton's 89th boys' camp. lt was christened Camp Jug and given the slogan, "lf your lug's mug seems smug, don't slug the thug, send him to Camp Jug." Without doubt, the deepest gloom was caused by the closing of the George Gillette Pink Blade Factory, The Observer sent two reporters to interview Gillette, who said, "The masque- rade is over. We made our blades of a shade that would fade and now it's too late to seek aid." This bad news was somewhat relieved by Vera Sand's and Diane Parks' announcement that their Six and Twelve Cent Stores ltwenty per cent Luxury Taxl would reduce their prices on new Fords by as much as fifty dollars on some models. ln the Kulture Kolumn, I noticed that Phil Spitalny's orchestra, featuring Tony Porcelli, John Stewart, Lloyd Sandt, Ed Dierauf, and Richard Vogler, was playing in Carnegie Hallway, with Nancy Huang, Phoebe Kruge, Frances Mayhew, Barbara Ericson, and Emily Johnson play- ing a piano quintet outside in the street. The guest soloist was to be Elinor Glaser lplaying a Steinmetz pianol who, incidentally, had just been done in oils by Joan Clark and Car- mela Curatolo. The joint was really jumpin' over at the "Met", where Betty Lux lof soap manufacturing famel and "Open the Door, Richard" Houghton were doing a one-night stand, with Rosalind Messmer and her amazing violin lit floats, it flies, it has no A, D, or E stringsl filling in be- tween acts. On Broadway, Phyllis Stoutenburgh, Suzanne Volk, Marilyn Ann Smith, and Charles Binder were appearing in the PUlitzer Prize winner "Nine Nights in a Nut House", written by Frans Veling and Charlie Hoover. At Radio City, Al Basso was impersonating Tony Martin, on the same program with Gladys Greene, who was singing the latest hits, such as Brahms' Fourth Symphony in D Flat 36 Major with flute obligatto in C Sharp Minor, tackles back, ends around, quarterback sneak through center, TOUCHDOWNI After Gladys came Jeanne Talini la Rockette, no lessl and Lorraine Vallari, doing her Kismet special. In the Travel and Resorts section I found that Bill Yaiser had been caught thumbing a ride from Marie Shropshire, Nancy Van Vliet, Ginny Van Blaricum, and Joan Thomsen, who were touring the country in their trailer. Bob Young had pitched a tent in Haworth lsaves gasl, Dot Lowell had returned to beloved Bergenfield, Marjorie Jardine had moved to Has- brouck Heights Iwhy, you ask?l, and Mary Lou Cundall had bought a farm near Jean Pres- cott's dude ranch in Texas. Joan Young had been travelling from naval base to naval base with her hubby sailor, where she had sampled the offerings of such excellent Navy cooks as Ruthie Miller and Louis Biscaldi. Sunny Morgan had sold a half interest in that famous Chevy to Ann Payton so that they could get from one modelling job to another. Those girls would model anything from clothes to pancake makeup-even pancakes, with or without syrup. In the Classified ads appeared the following item: "Learn to graduate from high school missing one-half unit. Send your dollar to Lois Pulhorn, Tenafly, N. J." Next to this were ads inserted by Benjamin and Shearman, psychologists, who were doing a tremendous busi- ness in their Park Avenue offices, and Rancan and Menzel, proprietors of Tenafly's popular bake shop. At the bottom of the page I saw an article stating that Hugh Valentine and the Richards, Brong and Steinhofer, had been fired from their jobs posing for animal crackers. It seems they looked too lifeless to be anything that ever walked on the earth, and so they were forced to seek employment elsewhere-maybe on Inner Sanctum. On the Society page, I soon found that George Vossler and Janette Jatzke were still battling bravely, but tiring fast. However, two other couples, Willie Hatten and Lena Horne, and Bob Boughton and Peggy Whitson, had settled down to domestic tranquility. I guess Bob had BROWbeaten Peggy long enough. Only a few sad things had happened, according to the Observer. In the first place, some fiendish person, reading an old Tenakin, had discovered that Pete Gattone had been voted the "Cutest Boy" in the Senior class. Secondly, Dot Martin and Joanne Dixon were seeing green whenever anyone mentioned red. Finally, Bud Yale was forced to change his name. After all, who ever heard of a Harvard professor named Yale? Speaking of Education, there was an article somewhere on page four, I think, about John Poretto, Marie Luck, and Barbara Tallman. They were all back in Tenafly, teaching. John and Marie were at Mackay School while Barbara taught Home Economics at the high school. Just as I finished the last article, someone tapped me on the shoulder, and to my great surprise I saw Harold Saydah. He was in the library, looking up his cousins in the census rec- ords. He said that Dan lgnatuk was there, too, studying books on derivations of words, trying to find out where on earth he got his name. Suddenly I noticed that it was getting late, so I put down the Observer and left the li- brary. Walking down the street, I saw Roger Tavoso standing on a soap box, declaring that he could lick the world singlehanded. At this point a battered-looking wreck of a man wear- ing a sign proclaiming that he was "God's gift to women" approached and asked me for a nickel for a cup of coffee. I looked closer, and recognized the face. l'll bet you can guess who it was. OWEN OTT Q7 BEST DRESSED Sue Jouffret, Dick Houghton 1xcM'ED 0ST Soni? Robkn ww DUNS Barham L '-IKE OU Weflsl LY TQ SU 'fsnyde r SENIUR PULL 38 MOST ARTISTIC Shirley Millward, Bob Reifsnyder MOST ATHLETIC Ray Tensfeldt, Lou Cundall 4561 MOST MUSICAL Elly Glaser, Tony Porcelli MOST DRAMATIC Phul Stoufenburgh Charlie Binder P TALL AND SHORT Marion Gianuzzi, Frank Alonso BEST PERSONALITY Bob Nast, Chick Boynton . . , , ."" v Q, 4 f 'xi A 1- , 4, 5 L 'H' 2 sf XE Q 4 i F Q iff Jw ii' w fig: ? af 2 fs- 'A M' ? j fu ig S K J 5 x 6 , Xa, 'P' 1 af CLASS WITS Lou Cundall, Ed Law BEST DANCERS Jenny Jatzke, Ray Tensfeldt BEST LOOKING Ruthie Miller,Jol'1n Wilson CUTEST Jenny Jatzke, Pete Gattone lb A M , 3 if if fins, 7 3 ,. 'l JK . M... MOST POPULAR Bob Nast, Elly Glaser CLASS ROMANCE Jay Monroe, Jan Walton RT ll I D E TH LL GETS IT H ER E EL U CU E TH Pet Peeve ber Reine Will dt Name N 2 XO .23 32 1 I I yelse od e everyb lik I7 Be -A- 2 C ph N Conce interests of big S IB 0 m 5 U 8 2 C N 4- N o a ripe old age E: . 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Y. . ..., Snow., . ..,. . . ..... ,,,,,,.,, , Own a Chrysler Zopfs, Jane .... -- ....... .Guidance Labv . uu.u.. ...Working in the office ..... . .Know-it-allsv... . , , , , , Go to Chicago 1 1 ffffr, ik I f " li X is . , ii w N , 4 2 X ,K ' 2 'R 3 . ,, 2 1 Vik 'fix ,SY V , K xi I . ww ,r k , V,,N i JL J :Ju UNDERELASSmN Qi MM , ,wiv V 15:15 4 5 nz K 51 S? iw 4, a 5 X?-Q .x . is , .Q.. ,315 x, . Sw 55 at JUNIOR CLASS COUNCIL Presudent JACK MORGAN Vice President RAY DEGH ERI Secretary JOAN VAN DUSEN Treasurer LILA JUNE CLARK FRESHMAN CLASS !f,h,,V,.k , SEVENTH GRADE CLASS 47 EIGHTH GRADE CLASS TUXNEN MR WXLLWAM VAN SENIU President Vice Presndenf Secretary Treasurer R CLASS EUUNEIL . RICHARD HOUGHTON . . MAURETTE BOYNTON . . . .GILL SEAL . ROBERT REIFSNYDER 48 TH HENSEL C? 'W 2 V4 iw I ii gi ini 9 if l SIZZHW gmgill x. .OV 4 'X f'ff zAZ9-- f :qq 'llrzu 5 f xx X 5, H M1-UE Y, Q Busmi-255 Mana Our Yearbook Staff mpk-VAN TUNNEN U mov Lou" MRS. KN555 QV Business Adviser Editor-in-Chief Advzgef "Sl-HRl.EY" "DICK " ef Art Editor Spoffs Editor SD Q E2gDE5lr4h Offs Edffgr Y - Q-dxio KN YUGZS O ADT I X4 il If " Yiwu Aff Staff P CHICH 1, Benn, Qdktor hofograbh Y'E dffor 9 1 ffm QQ , Advertising MV! -31759 r eaiw"I"'c Robin hief Tait News Editor ,,,,,, Feature Editor ,,,,,, Editorial Editors ,,,,,, ,.,,v Sports Editor,,,,,, Literary Editor. EDITORIAL STAFF Editors .UNCH I CK BOYNTON .......,,,MIMI MOBERG 5ooTsiE MARTIN IPHOEBE KRUGE ,WWMARY LOU WELLS ,WWBARBARA MILLARD Exchange Editor, , ,,,,,,,,, MARY BEECI-I Art Editor ,,,,.,,,,, JOAN YOUNG J. Faculfy Ad M' Y 'SS Mifc ECHO STAFF iser hell TEE SOCIAL COMWT f the . mmittee fakes Chargejation- The Social CO f the student Ofgan' . ts 0 social even CUMMI CHARTER COMMITTEE The Charter Committee investigates the con- stitution of a new I c ub, and upon ITTEE PUBLICITY COMM f , has Charge O P bliciTY Committee 'vities. The U ' ' Q the SCVWOOI act' adVG"t'S'n approval, grants a cha rter. HANDBOOK COMMITTEE The Handbook Committee is gathering info,- mation pertinent to the social and tional aspects, to b ' educa- e combined in f a handbook Ol' the school. TTEE5 P Sident HAROLE SAYDAH ' Y Vice Preslden R ELINOR G'-ASE Secretary EIFSNYD ROBERT R TreaSU'e' HTON RicHARD HOUG 5 o. COUNOL fu- . bodY of S . tion IS 3 T Organlza The Sfuden f rooms to repfesen by home lecfed der11'S 9 I. ernment of the Schoo - he QOV them "1 T Mr. Edwin C. Robert, Jr. THE GOLD T COMMITTEE The Gold T Committee sets system fo up the point r extracurricul ' ' ' meth ar activities. B od, student y this s are able to accumulate points toward a Gold T. THE ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE The Assembly Committee has full charge of scheduling, planning and ' HONOR ROLL COMMITT The Honor Roll Committee is working permanent plaque to be dedicated to boys who served in the Armed Forces d World War ll. EE on a our uring running assemb lies. L CH COO ESS CLUB 54 M J U 45 HOSTES5 CLUB LIB RARY CLUB SPANISH CLUB SOCIAL STU 'S B N 55 CLUB EIGHTH GRADE CO-Y BOOST 56 ER CLUB SENIOR CO-Y SENNOR CA 57 MERA CLUB -'UNIO OFFICE SQUAD f -x A J .... f fw .... - F- S q f 4 5 "KA gohahb ,Q 54 5,95 CAST OF "CAT AND THE CANARYH SENIOR DRAMATIC CLUB 58 JU NXOR D RPNMPJ xC CLUB V f aff' ,I AJ! . 1 X fl I' , DRAMATIC 5 CLASS PLAY SENIOR CLASS PLAY JUNIOR CLASS PLAY 59 . ,fy , v. , gf"w -WK? ' if :al m' y .-' A J aa "Gladys" Q. ORCHESTRA ,,GriffH gk, . 2 , 4 M 9' b Jean" BAND 3 15, BLANCES UF DUB SUEIAI. LIFE B iw-Y-f SPURTS VARSIT FUD TB X R., 64 Mr. Millard Dubois VARSITY JUN xoR VNS WY fl! ..4F, -A g?'-,!Q4T.,..j3y4g5r'l' Q --. Mr. William Van Tuinen Z ,L In X X BASKETBALL m1111111 fs I' 5. W X1 X .sf X IN ACTION GIRLS' BASKETBALL ' L 'Nl Xygv vv,v,Y il Vzffallf GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL 5 1 Mix Y 22 X X50 S f J A XX ,f XXf xffx X X f J H-I-,I TEAM NXOR SENXOR . JU xx SOPHOMORE F RESHMPXN Back Row: Janet Seward, Joan Bell, Lucy Singleton, Joan Van Dusen, Barbara Seaberg. Front Row: Blanche Voorhees, Anna Lavatelli, Anene Grahn, Barbara Baker. -,N 4 X. Eff! 'Q 1' EHEERING SQUAD ,.-f""',,AX ff X fx' 71 PAT Mr, O. Homer Miss Helen Burguiere Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. William Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Joan Young Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. H. Richter J. M. Rencken Trevor S. Tait Harold M. Saydah Morgan F. Rogers George X. Beech . W. S. Boughton and Pat . G. O. Greiff . J. E. Hoffmann L. Clayton Harry W.lBradley .Walter l. Clayton William J. Finegan Dixon B. Penick A. W. Young J. T. Smyth E. M. Seaberg A. D. Swanson Albert Debus RUNS Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Elinor Boyd Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Emptage George F. Vossler Edward A. James George M. 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Wells DNS Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A Friend Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Butti Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. Vogler Charles Tallman T. Herbert Johnson E. S. Travers Ira Fraim F. H. Jorgenson E. G. Smith Alex J. Smith John La Flair Henry J. Muller James Carter F. Beattie John Walton Mrs. Henry F. Stenzig lW. Norwoodl Cuthbertson Bros. Mr. Osson Burguiere Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Martin Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Menzel Mr. and Mrs. Richard I. Brong The Senior Class expresses its gratitude to the patrons who contributed so generously to help to make this book possible. 73 Phone ENgIewood 3-8570 C. W. Linton PHOTOGRAPH STUDIO Z3 WASHINGTON STREET TENAFL Compliments of Helen B. Marshall REAL ESTATE I HILLSIDE AVENUE TENAFLY, N, J. Phone ENgIewood 3-5020 Compliments of Remingl'on's Jewelry Wm. E. Baker G' Co., Inc. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE STATION PLAZA S5 LIBERTY STREET TENAFLY, N. J. NEW YORK, N. Y. THE SURREY HOUSE FOUNTAIN SERVICE SANDWICHES ' LUNCHEONS er Edge Road Tenafly, Compliments of BOWER'S PHARMACY COMPLIMENTS OF TENAFLY DEPARTMENT STORE -k "DEMAREST'S" PAINT - HARDWARE HOUSEWARES - GIFTS i' TENAFLY, New JERSEY The Red Wing SLIPS - NIGHTGOWNS - HOSIERY PANTIES - ROBES - SCARFS Costume Jewelry - Hankies - Cards Phone CLoster 5- I 273 175 COUNTY ROAD TENAFLY, N.. J. Compliments of The Booster Club GRAN EY BUILDING MATERIAL CORP Producers of WASHED SAND ' GRAVEL IUGHI Phone ENglewood 3-2948 Phone ENglewood 3-4225 H A H N ' S EARLE'S TENAFLY DINER YOUR TENAFLY FLORIST Flowers by Telegraph I6 Railroad Avenue Tenafly, N. J. 8I Columbus Drive TenafIYf N -I Phone ENglewood 3-4239 Compliments of PAUL PASSERA MASON and BUILDER Estimates Cheertully Given CORNER COUNTY ROAD AND HOMEROOM 208 Compliments of DELMAGE BROTHERS FURNITURE UPHOLSTERERS PROSPECT TERRACE Whitman Street Haworth, TENAFLY, NEW JERSEY 75 Phone DUmont 4-3589 N ENglewood 3-1633 ENglewood 3-4862 NEWLAND C. PRIOR REAL ESTATE - BUILDER 'A' HIGHWOOD AVENUE and RIVER EDGE ROAD TENAFLY, NEW JERSEY Phone ENglewood 3-0851 Tenafly Auto Parts NEW AND USED PARTS FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS Towing Service Day or Night Anywhere By Holmes Power Crane 66 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE TE-NAFLY, N. J. Compliments of Tenafly Garage RAN DOLPH'S MEN'S SHOP featuring ARROW SHIRTS - STETSON HATS INTERWOVEN SOCKS PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK by APEDA STUDIOS ir New vomc CLINTON HOTEL and RESTAURANT Emil Karsten, Proprietor CATERING TO PRIVATE PARTIES Tenafly, New Jersey Call ENglewood 3- I 900 ron sooo run. EDWIN DEMAREST Warren H. Swift, Owner COAL, COKE AND FUEL OIL I5 Highwood Avenue Tenafly, N. J. Compliments of HOMEROOM 204 Phone ENglewood 3-4343 - 4344 BERGEN BUILDERS SUPPLY, lNcoRPoRATEn 60 Westervelt Avenue Tenafly, N. J. in 2 W AY r iq" ' i v New Q ,api Qi!- WILLIAM W. ADAMS, Inc. CONTRACTORS 'Ir ll CENTRAL AVENUE TENAFLY, NEW JERSEY ' :XSS , wMfwm, xt yi: 'H sfffyigr MTV 1' 5' Q' :Egg X .ga-7 ci' ,iw N 5 0 , ul ,, 2 . 4-41 . C "mmm" uf.,-u mg A0-My HOMEROOM 224 School's days have past. Gone is the fun Of carefree years And friendships won. We'Il miss this school ln which we've grown, It's ours. We love Each brick and stone. And though at last We say goodbye, Our hearts are still With Tenafly. 77 F. Maragliano ITALIAN AMERICAN GROCERIES 183 COUNTY ROAD TENAFLY, N. J. A. Marchetti MEAT - POULTRY - GROCERIES and VEGETABLES M is for Mary with the curly hair R is for Ruthie with face so fair D is for Diane who's always late P is for Phyllis who cleans her plate S is for Shirley who was quiet and neat E is for Elly with the boogie beat B is for Barbara with her ready smile F is for Frances who runs the mile C is for Chick who says "lend me this" L is for Lou with a love life of bliss. Put them together and what do you have SGUJ JUGS 175 COUNTY ROAD TENAFLY, N, J. qgpegged backwards, Phone ENglewood 3-4953 SMALBEIN'S BAKER - LUNCHEONETTE I5 Washingfon Sffefff Tenaflvl N- J. I5 w. wesf Raaufoaa Avenue Tenafiy, N. J Phone ENglewood 3-0098 LOUISE FRANZ A. W. YOUNG DRESSES - SPORTSWEAR PRINTING co. SUITS U CMS for High School and College Girls and Young Women A if NEW YORK - NEW JERSEY MATERN ITY DRESSES Also Apparel for Younger Children 22 ENGLE STREET ENGLEWOOD, N. J Compliments of Mr and Mrs. Wm. F. Pell Phone ENgIewood 3-6453 Sanford's Garage C. T. Sanford, Proprietor EXPERT AUTO REPAIRING 8 CENTRAL AVENUE TENAFLY, N. J. Compliments of Betty and Barbara Hyssoon . ENglewood 3 -2847 . ENgIewood 3 -0708 . G. FARN HAM ESTATE and INSURANCE MORTGAGE LOANS Theatre Building Tenafly, New Jersey Phone ENglewood 3-7834 Lund's Delicatessen BIRDSEYE FROZEN FOODS Choice foods and cold cuts-Sandwiches made fo order I9V2 WASHINGTON AVENUE TENAFLY, N. J. Phone ENgIewood 3-3435 TENAFLY MOTORS, INC. Authorized FORD Sales and Service 30 I-Iighwood Avenue and 55 County Road Tenafly, New Jersey WHO IS THE "V OICE WITH A SMILE?" A girl very much like you--perhaps she lives on your block or went to your school. She's friendly, wants to get ahead, and takes pride in a job that counts in her community, She dresses well, too, on a salary that is the highest in telephone history. Yes, she likes it here-the interesting work, the pleasant sur- roundings, the friendly feeling of working with young people like herself. You will like it here, too. And your Vocational Guidance Di- rector can tell you how easy it is to become a "Voice With a Smile" after you graduate. Ask her today. New Jersey Bell Telephone Company Compliments of Eddie's Barber Shop "The Best Is' Always Safes!" McDermott Bros. MILK AND CREAM NOW DISTRIBUTED BY MANORKILL DAIRY ,6 WASHWGTON AVENUE TENAFLY, N. J' 496 CURRY AVE., ENGLEWOOD Phone EN. 3-9393 Compliments of Mr. Gordon H. J. GRAND STORE TENAF LY, NEW JERSEY Helen Dress Shop 32 WASHINGTON STREET TENAFLY, N. J. 'From All the Pots and Pans That Come From WHEN VISITING ENGLEWOOD Visit The MR. VAN'S BREWERY IN 218 WAGON WHEEL ENGLEWOOD SNACK CENTER Phone ENgIewood 3- I SOO COMPLIMENTS OF TENAFLY SWEET SHOP TENAFLY LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY 22 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE TENAFLY, NEW JERSEY Produced by Engravafone NEW CITY PRINTING COMPANY IINIO-N CITY, N. J. J- 1 I v r 'af4?VAi:'1Ml' ' 1 , QA, w 4 J o X ,f -1- .Wm '4 - ..-'-" L, - A '10 .Hz .-,.,,.: . nz: ,Wm 4 '. 4 J- - -. l,,.,x . .Y f ,Y.:,11-.R ,V ,x,. ,INV 4 ,n fj,,- f f' :- .,, 1 , ,-uhf.. -v.- I. qi, .,,' .' Q. 8.11" 4 ,- V y.,. wp- 'H i . .i ' Ev, .rl -,jf 47, M., , ,Z v.,..:- L, 11544-.-4 ,, A" Q -- 1' --eh 2 ,' , g it WH ,, 'fm ..-. 4, , ,. . . .. . . ,-1 -- I, ..-, ,,, . 15.. l ,D . gf, l I I V --,gli u w i Lf, 4 ,C ,- -f -,g-V 'M 1,,n- .- sy - "1'v,,,." J ' . p,, ,..f,- . J.. ,,,,1,4,.,, v. 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' -M-e I, I .. -, W me sane h-merit::xsiszdnfzfmff around the wor1dJShe -by Slipery S81 creator., that Abrahamson the favorit Y131t9d all the United' has terroriged thefcountry- ggzchnr fbecause she Nat1qne.uw N- anH9gTg1doM1gn,q9loQt1n:nhas been ba11e?1Zgf:g::tann:: 5gB rounded up byf, the Tenafly QUPQPU, iv Aust m ae another great: Police. l ' I K , ,M1ss.Bornand has die. vocal appearance at D The d1et1an,l1as. Jane covered a new angle to atomic energy.The only qgpnqg1e.Ha13g t. Burdette,has Jnat discovered 'Jenry Bottle hBB just completed a N 1 as Ditcher Year in 1ng,the eooia 1eader,John thi-IIS Irong is that she ble' up the plant in the 3095359 A M1BB.LO1Q4BOdCCkerf has recently' disc ' ne lausnu a cure for toemain noising. Yeaterdaj ile out hunt- 8 SQ! Vnnwv wx" it by D18118. x.l,.1,1.-- .QQILFJ li-VER! .PPINJ 'Ni WD A53 Jaan M918 mga g5'iJ' Louise CITXQ5ALLMY9?EE5F?1H-W Zi,w Lfpllhb AUJIUH ,RADHLD Iv duva LaEi night While on duty Q, man Robert LOhmaa was shookei . 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