Tenafly High School - Tenakin Yearbook (Tenafly, NJ)

 - Class of 1951

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'. 1 - , , ,, . 1 7f1u ,1xf3Qs r-' Hr-5 QF" 'fcfil . . . 4 .- , TEHLXQM TENAFLY HIGH SCHOOL o TENAFLY, NEVV IERSEY f f" V' ffm " jg. ,ATL If ,sg fy ,f ,f wel dedicate our Tenakin to J 170110, for his guidance and counseling throughout our junior and senior years n u . . for his friendliness and approachableness for his delightful commendations as well as occasional reproaches . . for his ever ready sense of humor. w !Y ,. K.. 'Vg 6811, 1 i n ,HM If 1 "H i 1:9171 I 11 ,.r""'1 i :fy V, Q V 4 ,. ,,,1"fI':,z' ij: ' , hav r 1 af":1lm1'gt"Jm!a 'Mtn '1K,c-alll' ,,, ,,,,, WV, Qmevfeaf fy. . . Principal during ourisix years at THS and now supervising principal of Tenafly,s public schools. DR. BURT JOHNSON ie ,Qfafmfhfkflaffbn of ance C Miss Leone Johnson 5-. Mr. Edwin Robart Coordinator of Student Activities 4- r if 3 T Mrs. Rose Marie Miss joan DuBois BITS- Ethel Howell Borenius 3 L ix ,x ri f - J. r I .,, 1 4 Dr. George Sharp Coordinator of Curriculum and Instruction THE OFFICE STAFF !2 'C Mr. James Anderson Miss Bernadine Audrey Miss Elinor Barrows General Science, Biology Mathematics Librarian f 'wwf : sz E xx ., , 4, 5 vi T f X w W i is illliins Mr. Herbert Birch Mr. George Bunn Miss Helen Casady Manual Training Mathematics Miss Leo Diehl English 1 Miss Mildred Downey C ommerciul ,w Axis ' I il, Miss Mary Gallagher Physical Education ,, . MX G I 1 Miss Ruth Hensel English, Latin, Guidance Mrs. Edna Dictch English, Social Studies Mme. Olympia Dubensky French Mr. Irwin Gawley Ch emivtry h I L41 ni X Miss Clarice Johnston Mathematicsw Mrs. Sybil Dolin Home Economics 4- .l' 0 Miss Eleanor Fitch Biology Mr. E. Brock Grifith Music fn' Mr. james Keen Mathematics I I I W aafzweaf -ii x K . l Mr. George Clark Social Studies ,, K, 1 , X I Mr. Robert Doonnn Social Studies 'P Mrs. Marion Frank Mathematics ., .V,, , , V, , V fl' 5 Miss Virginia Hargreaves Mrs. Katherine Kelleher Home Economics Miss Edna Cubberly English, Social Studies Mr. Robert Douglas English -sw Miss Shirley Garfinkel Art t W fi if "1i ' , 1 gs se L i' Miss Margaret Hastings English, Latin 'f f' . 2 ,gf 'M :,. -. V Q 'if - Mrs. Isabelle Knebleg Art f f ,wyf ,fri ff, '13, ,i,,,, I ft, ,+L Q-. I 'fi 7' 2,3 Mr. John Knebles Social Studies :yea n ,',V ' iff ' ' 4 554, ,, 1. . 'ff' ' -1 Mr. Louis Meotti Printing Miss Lucy Nardella Spanish Mr. Edwin Robart Commercial Ll it . Qf'f?5 X Qt a ' , nf i IJ' o W ' ' ' R Mr. Henry Tew Physics Mr. Richard Wright English, Social Studies ,, i 1552, Miss Natalie Levine .4 1 Commercial -..- .. , gf: eicl n ' , guru , gffiiff ,r 'ffff La, 2 d f, 5 if: f- " Mr. Joseph Miller English, Social Studies Mr. William Parmer English Miss Kathryn Shaake Physical Education Mr. Jack Trout General Science Mr. George Wunderly German, Guidance ' 147 Mr. John McDemmot't Social Studies Miss Helen Mitchell English, Journalism Miss Josephine Pokomy Mathematics "l, e f ' i '-0 f I f L Miss Elizabeth Shearer Nurse Mr. Donald Wallace Mathematics .. -' J ,,,. , if 'ef f . J J ' e .5 Mr. John Yockers Physical Education Mr. George McHatton Commercial ' ff? V ,fi I Z iff , 7 Q f f 4 R f Mr. Wladyslaw Motyl Mechanical Drawing Mr. Robert Pollock Music ' ik. aw, V V 1 f . i I 1 A t A ,A T M Miss Beryl Speed English, Social Studies Miss Helen Whittaker English Miss Mary McNelis Commercial Mr. Walter Muller Spanish Mr. Philip Proud English, Guidance Mr. Joseph Stroman Social Studies Mr. Elton Williams Coordinator of Athletics Muffy 7 Y -,-'I-'f .,--"' ,12- -,.,,- 'T muff" 1 O' A N X M3fgUefite MCLaUgh1iH Joseph Herring Pfesideflf Vice President , , I Rosemary Farnum Eric Helsing Secfefflfy Treasurer T" 1 -- Miss Helen VVhittnker Mr, philip Proud Social Adviser Business Adviser MIM ga Zlfl6'l.! ilHilIH7iU SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL Siding: Gay XVa.rd, jackie Burton, Ronnie Mulliken, Alan Haas, Elaine Deppendorf, Connie Schive, Rosemary Farnum, Joe Herring, Eric Helsing, Pep Mc-Laughlin, Standing: Julia Iahnke, Pete Drummond, Carl Simmons, Kevin Tait, Milly Kenny, Pat Niero. lr-X 34 X , ai X1 X X s so S DD G SENIORS X. . . w '-., 's ,JOAN ABRAHAMSON JOAN 'V Q "Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue" Tenakin, "Echo", Soccer 127, French Club, Co-Y, House and Grounds Committee, Operetta Costumes Committee, T.A.T.O.S. .' ,'J I . 'J x. ' if-I 4, ' ' W, ' il l u 7- . xp - I . j v ,, 'fi -Z .il ,' jf 'X el X 1 1 J X - , D f. ' .1 t ," 4 'J ,. if' rd, 1, j ' rv . Y ' x X Q Y X, , .J 1 ' 1 ' J .1 1 p Qy i 4 X ' ' f I -1 ,f .1 ' I GRACIE J f . Say It With Music" Home Hdom Vffe President C47, occel-Ol, Bkfnd, Orchestra, Choir I f-, I ,ff 6HAC!E RNZEVINO fi 5 ADELINE ACKERMAN LYNN "Sophisticated Lady" Orchestra, Honor Plaque Com- mittee, Operetta. RUTH ALBER RUTH "Them There Eyes" Home Room President Cl, 27, S. O. Representative C37, Chairman of T.A.T.O.S., Co-chairman of Pub- licity Committee "Echo" Page Editor, Temzkin, Majorette, Sports Cl, 27, Hostess Committee, Oper- etta, Spanish Club, French Club, M 1 1 7 I X I Y I i 7 1 vb T r , 7 4 v v ior 0 hestrn Conductor, Op- - ' ' lf, C - e tta, ,msxinutic Club, Assembly L ' ' ommittee. , T , I I , f5',f:4 fl f Of J 1 I , f S I x N x Mr!! lu! Z ll ji' 'f . ' ' , ,S u 1 Y 1 j , .' ' 3 UU l f ' xx f s l I L r I 7 KJV, xJ ' d fl lL'l,f' V I ICAKVD ' A AR E U IC ' - ,X f ' 1 J 1 JAMES BAYLEY ' I NW AME tu HEIMIE 'ff H ve Baked a ' 0 "Lazy Bones" FRANK BARTHEL BART "Together" Orchestra 12, 3, 47. Board Chairman 18, 47. 512277 -N. , ' v IW 'ml Nutr ua o"4 -AM-0-vb 'ge-iv . ' R' 1 fi ROBERT BENEDICT BENNY, BABE "My H em" Home Room President 18, 41, Home Room Secretary-Treasurer 111, Ir. Prom Coronation Chair- man, Basketball 11, 2, 3, 41, Baseball 11, 2, 3, 41. LOUISE BORNAND LOU "Swinging on a Star" Hockey 111, Basketball 12, 3, 41, Volleyball 12, S, 41 Baseball 11, 21, Dramatic Club, Library ciub, Girls Athletic Club. KN Nm fV!Ls.,5,-l.Q.as-A-uf-en., LOIS BODECKER LOWIE "Because You're You" Volleyball 11, 21, Soccer 11, 21, Hockey 111, Christmas Card Com- mittee, Social Committee, Co-Y. A f'1eQ4.Ci..44f- -Laila, .9'EQ.LLu.,k. DIANA ACK ' Qc-ad.: A ' "Somewhere Over the Rairlwa "Echo", Tenakin, Hockey 111, Espolxa' . Co-Y, Junior-Senior Play, T.A.T. O.S., Social Committee, All County Glee Club. .AN.q,c:t-'coehl-ONS 1 15" oQ'fl"Q,,,,tx:r I 1. ' e 1, rf Q1 r ' -x I M, Va. Zvge' L, ,a xy sf , , . BETTY BOHLEN BETTY "Right as Rain" Home Room President 121, Tena- kin, Dramatic Club, Co-Y, Choir Operetta. - +0 '-UA ill!! 113.0 - --.. .. QQJ- 1 ' . , 'lx--111 ,., Ang. .QI-,J T11-fy., , V' V r 'J A x. 'N f Pl " C' " v x 1,13 X f ' J VJ 'N ' 1 .H L1 Q7 1 V -+view t aj! , v- ! - 'H 'D I v,K4.J" A it--v ISOLORES BOYANV - WEASE 1 So-fb, "I Can't Stop Talking , ,N J Basketball 11, 41, Tumbling 131, Baseball 141, Girls' Athletic Club, Library Club. r K . . 83.1. ,- if J 1 . YM, K 'J f V J' .2 " . , -P-' J' X 5 ,J , , .y V . .J" J,-2' -.J ., K., , . Us x XX N yi- 'N-gk -U . 1 , r' - JCXBN BRASSEE , ' x vt SOAN , ,--N' 1 ' "Sunshine a c etary 11, 41, Home room Vice Presrdent 131, Tenakin, "Echo", Volleyball 11, 21, Basketball 111, T.A.T.O.S., Hostess Committee, Social Committee, Hall Squad. gjis.Ti'easurer 111, Home MYRA BROOKS MARTY "Kitten on the Keys" Tenakin, "Echo", Choir, Hall Squad, Operetta, Orchestra, Hos- tess Committee, Social Commit- tee, Music Appreciation Club, French Club. ELIZABETH BURDETTE JANE "But Beautiful" Representative 442, Hockey Soccer Cl, 22- Hostess T.O.S., Orchestra, Committee. yl'7aWf?5' ,xy K at 'J 'K' 1 ff? ,J 'N P , IACQUELYN BURTON fi ,ar JACKIE ,lv "Like Someone in Looe" 6 Class Council 145, Hostess Com- mittee, Social Committee Co-Y, Tenakin, "Echo", T-team, Sen- ior Prom Chairman. LEONARD BUBKO LEN, WHIP "Everyday is Ladies' Day" Basketball fl, 2, -3, 41, Baseball CD, Candidate for S. O..President, Hall Squad. EDWIN BUTTERFIELD MARK BYERS NED MARK "1've Got the World on a String" "My Heart is a Hobo" Football CS, 43, Soccer Clj, Pub- S ' C1 C '1 4 licity Committee, Tenakin. C5g:m'l'enn?ssf8,0220305423: gllfck Y,'i 1 mi, A LX I X . X RICHARD CALDWELL DICK "Open the Doo-r Richard" Senior Projection Force, Hall Squad, Stage Crew, Assembly Committee, Dramatic Club. NANCYLOU CAMERON NANCY "Nancy with the Laughing Face' Chairman of Operetta Publicity, Dramatic Club, Music Apprecia- tion Club, Spanish Club, Juniorh Senior Play, All County Chorus I RITA CAMPANA RITA "Stopl The Cops" X' Softball CD, Track il, 21, Tum- bling KSJ, Dramatic Club, Junior- Senior Play, Red Cross, Spanish Club. I . it XX . I , 1 D ! I I . NANCY CAREY PHYLLIS "1t's Great to be Alive" , Q Te kin D di t'o' E 'o , Span- ishMClub e rfiiiiicu gpfeciargu 6 Club, Junior-S?niQrNP1ay, .J .X , 5 1 if f r I A .r ,S J, 5 I. 15' f- 'J 3, me 'L YYW fSk.l'qt.N6- W G4 5 Y Q Tifki-L Y-2 Et , ikff ky' J 1. S, 3 RUTH CARLSON pk .YW 1 W ,, ' - ,J QS J N ,vs ' - N 4 l f 'pr -c-QcLROOTI?'vN v-1CU"1 ' if ,J J. .Lf x. fy- .. af' V' pp H . gcaffabgnln Y fP,QBERT CAUGHEY L . 3, J , p H , Cheering ciquatip 42, snip, C02 L7 cor V-7 N I 'J 1' t , ,b r-fl , L, 1 ' I X 'kV'N""'3liiE:lEioll C13-chaiiirfnin of oSocigl "So?1eon??ike'You" JC-t 'J I Committee, Choir, Operetta, Hos- tess Com ittee. Knit. g, QLAIL ,, CQ :Nat-'EL f,v.S"' -I-.J'-"Cj'2': Constitution Committee. ,Ari TIP CHARLES CELLA CELL "Charlie My Boy" Home room President Ml, Red Cross Council, J. V. Football. Eng K 454 C , V, 5'4" I I L-I 4 '.,. 1 .jf v4 J 1 1' ,f A ,, "X v 1 lv 4 dx 911 9 J '. fp 1 . J ' I LOIS CHU CH LOIS "1 Can't Get OHL: My Horse" Tenakm, Hall Squad, Art Club JOHN CLARK ASA CONKLIN JOHN ACE "Oh Johnny" "Zing Zing, Zoom Zoom" Soccer 13, 455 Upper Derby High School, Wrestling, Student Coun- U cil Executive Committee. I I u R 33Q1JJ19-Qxghu VJ ASL-fic ww- 5'--4 I - f 1 K Ggkj H sf A 'Q' Gbiouo ,Q CR GD t , NA 2 Y A R RYKDN , hfgha 61' " ' i ?3j4mwfa1'sias: A+ .C W . 3 M K7 , 11 f uf' X fx'-ggk .V WLXJN t X .1 K I SALLY DELANEY 13, f U SALLY xy "My Gal, Sal" fo fl 4 l 'Q LAWRENCE CURRAN Home Room Vice President 129, f 4 ,pf fy' so gp ?fC?fa'fe:5k?4, Osoafzevellssbizl if 0 V C W A f tee, French Clu,b, Operetta?Crl?c1ir 6' as WW li all V Q - "You're the Tops" Gold T Committee, T.A.T.O.S. il- ,N BRIQAHA CRIPPEN V , A-X, gy cmp S 'Boots and Saddle" Room Vice President CD, Treasurer Commit- s Club, 12 CHARLES DELL ELAINE DEPPENDORF JOE DEP "In the Mood" Everybody Loves a Redhead Football 42, 3, 43, Track 423, Home Room President C1 ap ' 4' js Operetta. Class Council Q3 43 Actlvltles vWjie'i3,,,J't, if i f NJ If 1 f 'I jr!! 1 1 J 1 The AHect of 112804 on KC103 PETER DRUMMOND PETE "Where Are You, Blue Eyes" gi?1izil?tl'leI1ElLlnE ?'lilcl?0el? Club, Charter Committtee, Social Committee, Iunior Prom Commit- tee. T' AMRTHUR Eii'iRMAN'IJ5jYUT Q V ARTY V'- f"ThiFOTm?f in the Dell" bile I ff ., 1 A H " X N1 ' I , ootball 2, 3, -6, Cyclists 'Club,' Scienbe Club, President Auto o-I V X L! ,K fl Z f 9 -1- E lf' ff i ' 5 1 it ' X' J- P ,, X ,yu ' A JOHN ELLIOTT 'f Y f Xgi fu! K ' . lc N' . . V.. Lx JOHN CJ ' LV I uf ,VOM "Fine and Dandy" 'WML , 7 u X ' l , I V 1 ik-7 V N 8 It , 'arf Basketball 41, 21 Q95 'fziziggmffve C O 5.2 6-:Y Nj Y ,yd , , ,pg RX 43 .M '35 l ff fo.. ff-f '7 iwcii? JT ry "' fu ' I d Aflafkjger, rgpgfieah, , J 5. 3' RONALD F INNE RON "That's What the Man Said" Science Club, Radio Club, Chess Club. QOQiiQm1Cl?5'Z O0p45 I U, 030 EDQGSUT J, . O KQQX, it f fu' I .C M QXLWQZLWMW 0 L W .W W W ffififff if W i X '. 1' 'X3Q'59Y'll.fji3 2105 M My ,f My VIA YDS, f uf Qffj FO f If I IACK , EUGENE GALBORNETTI ZEKE ,,,f,,f5fff.,... BEVERLY FLETCHER BIF "Whoop-de-doo" Home Room Secretary KD, Home Room Treasurer 429, Basketball 122, Tenakin, Gold T Committee, Social Committee, Operetta, Hall Squad. U,V'f'flBaseball fl, 3, 42, L 3, 47. 14 "Crazy Rhythm" Baseball Cl, 3, 41, Band. - S ' .., '-2 ' x. "J ROBERT CEH BOB "Mad About the Boy" Home Room Vice President 447, Home Room Program Chairman 135, Chairman of Charter Com- mittee, Publicity Committee, giansultative Committee, Cyclists u . lMa.rGy-Q - 'U ELIZABETH GORRELL BETT S "My Happiness" Home Room Vice President ill, Page Editor and Columnist of "Echo", Hostess Committee, Mu- sic Appreciation Club, French glug, Spanish Club, Dramatic ll a In-on -tlarqrau CS . 3 5,955 9.4. '.s aur?1Lu- Cy-FEL! an-l. 'Br-s-N -H-' -s"A' y JOHN GRACE JACK "Tum Back the Universe" Projection Force, Science Club. - ,yn - ,I . ROBERTA GRAHAM BOBBIE 'lb bb ' "Dcarie" President of Music Appreciation Club f4J, Soccer, Hockey, Volley- ball, Basketball, Dramatics Club, Junior-Senior Play, Operetta, T.A.T.O.S. I NANCY GREENE , NAN, NANCE BONNIE GRIFFITH, a ' ' r I NI -1 as .Z ,, 47, 5 N mes X 7 -'-SL' 1 Home Room Secretary Cl, 2, 43, ft, h ,, -pqyiq H Bulletin Board Chairman CSD, Cheering Squad KD, Junior-Sen- ior Play, Publicity Committee, Hostess Committee, Music Appre- ciation Club. Base 2 Q , 7 E 0 t Adj!!-7,4 4 1.4-+44 755, 1 lr 1 u 3 Q '.:v w N. X kfvksf l'V"' kg ku.- .l- l. -QABETTY GRISBACK BETTY Amt Sh: Sweet N li-15116 Roo-gi-N.Pres1dent 117, "Echo'-' T.A O.S. Red Cross, Dramatie C11ib,'OHiice squad. 1 x w n ::, . Y K. ALAN HAAS AL "On a Dreamefs Holiday" Senior Council C4j, Football CSD, Constitution Committee, Assem- bly Committee, Hot Rod Club. WWW 9' . E E LL A , WAX "Efi1oy Your ' Base- l fly, C airigg the Best S ' ol len itte junior o Co- iym Social itte , pani Cl Hull Sq . 'Q Th. :tto-21 'Ii-N9 'A..-Ni 'JM ii SHIRLEX HALTON 'Q in "Look Ma, Fm Dancing" Home Room Vice President C41 Senior Editor of Tenakin, "Echo' Columnist, Hockey Cl, 2, 3, 43 County S. O., Orchestra, Band, Choir, Operetta, French Club Red Cross, Twirler, Hall Squadz T.A.T.O.S. 'J fYu..v..s'7 1-1-Caaf fl-ULD2.,Q ww, C X-5' WJ S- 'D-1'-I-i.uu-L, I fe? LOUISE HAHN LOUISE "Louise" Secretary of French Club MJ, Tenakin, Basketball CSD, Music Appreciation Club, T.A.T.O.S., Social Committee, Operetta, Jun- ' r-Senior Play. it 0 n MARY HAHN MARE "Mary's A Grand Old Name" Social Committee, Music Appre- ciation Club, Iunior-Senior Play, T.A.T.O.S., Office Squad, Oper- ella. ' wx L ME A HE'qN BRUCE HARRISON BRUCE "Love Goes on a SHEIL Face" S, O. Vice President, Home Room President USD, Constitution M erry-go-round" Track 12, 3, 41, Football 135, Projection Force. f L.vu,lm c. L CU'-4'.a,.e.,1-.1-wsl LLhJ'rmoLlvgkl mittee Chairman, Election mittee Chairman, Dramatic French Club, Hostess Social Committee, T.A.T Pk' 1 ' 16 ' ' L alas, . 051 Aww, WC" in w. 4 49915 ' INEZ HERCERT INEZ "Those Endearing Young Charms" Editor-in-Chief Tenakin, "Echo", Cheering Squad 113, Spanish Club, T.A.T.O.S., Hall Squad, Assembly Committee, Hostess Committee, Social Committee. -54 Qi .21 igri Band, Orchestra, Choir, Hall Squad, Spanish Club, Princeton J, ERIC HELSINC FRANK HENDRICKS P?"-'ig K3 "The Sunshine of Your Smile" FRANK n - QQ S3::fd,'5fa?Ke'SF425,Hezieizix ' fo' ff fe'-ef 3 tive 133, Home Room au r 549, cgnsgitufion iff , 2 , 1 Mig Ax Hx nlon' Blfisketbaliqloi . 3 L I 14.41 l Pb, fl W Wu A 1 M M M K' L MP! P! W tend rum-t7ns.L W4 AA I f 7 - -Glu-1 - Q fzi sfw"' if My 'I' wg JOSEPH HERRING W i I L fJ"!'L,,,,-4. JOE f JJ ' ' LJ' "He's a Real Gone Guy" ' Hr ,Q lass Vice President fl, 43, Home 01 If Room President 12, 43, Secretary- ' . fu If I Treasurer 633, Co-chairman of fd My Publicity Committee, "Echo" Q k 1 .ff ' 7 ffpff ff? OTTO HESSMER TOTO "Wh0'll Be the Next to Cry Over You" Assembly Committee, Automobile Club, Soccer Manager, Soccer 11, 23 at Hill School. f I1-'J 0 A .J ROBERT HEUER BOB "A Thousand Violins" "Echo", Music Department, Arti- cles, Orchestra 13, 43, Publicity Committee 143, Designed School Flag. ,, 4 3 in X ' F 'Mk Lf' i " 3 Wit, vp. XX S Conference. M W CAROLYN HOFSTETTER CAROLYN "Candy and Cake" Tenakin Stalf, Hockey 133, Or- chestra Cl, 2, 3, 43, Glee Club 12, 3, 43, T.A.T.O.S., Spanish Club. Gaffgfli ,arf ' f 5 P fy fx JV VU, CAROLXN HOLTSFORD CAROLYN "The Brooklyn Bridge" Production Manager for the Op- eretta, Dramatic Club, Music Appreciation Club, Choir Secre- tary, Choir, Glee Club, Editor for the "VVeekly" Scribes President, Treasurer of School Bank. ,ff i 54 fffffw ' Us . '1 v. ' Q' 'YV ,Pall fri ", RICHARD HOPPE HOP "I Get a Kick Out of You" Baseball Cl, 3, 45, Football 445, Basketball KI5, House and Grounds Committee. W ' 'x XX, :M 'g xx' 4, DAVID HUCK DAVE - "IFS Gotta Be This or That" Tenakin, Junior-Senior Play, Dra- matic Club, Publicity Committee, Qdnsxilt 've Committee, Hall Squadhi U X I , 5' i , , . I 5 . ' ' . ,P . 5 5 t fi f ff., , H u j gk A A X Ay S. 'x ' lf ' X W . , 5 IAN iuhxraa , 5 5 A .5 - x . , JANET, . ' xt ,JA , Ay ' , r, P, 'The Blue Balls of Scotland" .y I H 'I .I -kj,-" xl? Tvnakin Business Manager, x " K, N V- , "Echo" Advertising Manager, . ' , U fji ,t, Hockey fl, 25, Soccer fl, 25, Vol- I A ' ' . if 3' 1 1, " ti It-ybull 115, Hostess Committee, . " ,A e 'I French Club, Music Appreciation N W r 5 ' uf' Bl' ' Club, Drarnntic Club, Assembly AT , ' xt l' Committee, Chess Club, Red 'lj ,f' ' " W f 1, Cross, T.A.T.O.S., Choir, Oper- ll, Q ' I lx' V .ff pf 75 ,E ella. f ,H ,fit U' K5 ix? ww' I 1 ' 3 ,' " Q-I Asif 5 -f f ' iff v , - X1 J' XD .ffv - "4 1' Q P' , Jr . 1 ra ' . .r , 'Fla , u XIJ gl 1 ,EY I X' . f .,- 2 W A , -1' 1 gm JA3:1NiE ,vii 5 J , ff, ,si ,yi I ,s vw L L x bhp, .iffy til JULIA 'flu' -i N 5 J P - , k , J' " 'LORRAINE JENSEN X' C JL gy. " -A-.V Q.. ful- N "You're a Sweetheart" .f iff - , ' A RAINY A .1 K is 5 , .XS - sz- elk 4' ome Room Vice President' f15, 5 5 x S O. ikepresemarive 135, Class "Sweet Lorraine" , Counci 145, Tenukin, "Echo", A ,.. , P ' K Red Cmsi Council, Hostess Com- S. O. Representative 145, Volley- ' P 5 J., v ,N Qs Y .- 4 ,- ik - -1 q.f',',l AlN ITA JAHN I ANITA "Stay lVHh Ke,Hagpy People" Home Room Vice President 135, Home Room Secretary C15, Chair- man of T.A.T.D.S., "Echo", Bas- ketball il, 25, Baseball LI, 25, Social Committee, Dramatic Club, Science Club, Music Appreciation Club, Operetta, Hostess Commit- tee. S. O. Typist. mittee, Social Committee, Span- ish Club, CO-Y, Operetta. ball f2, 45, Baseball 12, 45, Red Cross Council, Spanish Club. I i 'I ROBERT JENSEN BOB "Give Me the Moon Over Brooklyn" Class Council 142, Track 13, 42, Football 142. 1 ,QJMWWWZ ALEXANDER JOHNSTONE TINY "Whoopee Polkai' Basketball, Track, Projection Force, Stamp Club. 4 ,UDV ,wwf if M 'fr r- , 'Ji G R IORFEK X E115 V ' Q, !:JJ1Cow-Cow Foot 1fA2, 11 Tra , 42, Cy ' Clu enc Qlu . 1 , ,L J I" 'J OSS Mfwgf he C JW W I 7 , X 1 ' U, - . 'M " I S X 1 , ,644 Q44-jig? W ACE UEC TE ' ' ALLY ' ONALD KEETER ."Th biect of M ctio REVEREND, PREACHER Igome Room Sec I e "A Friend of Yours" , 3, 4, T , s ' 1 inittee, lglusignxpgieciggfn , Basketball 132, Baseball 132, Soc- Hall Squad. cer 13, 42, Senior Science Club. fjpr. ag-1 Ar. IVF, off 'by FDYJM If fi M1L15ij:icyEwQi5R MI N . "Look'a There, Ain'rShqPlettf',ft Class Council 142, Qhsrs Fa- surer 132, "Echo", H"ostess om- mittee, Social Committee, Co-Yf 'ff T.A.T.O.S. J' 1 2 if ff ' . X .. 19 ll nl . WI! STEWART KING STEW "Give Me the Moonlight, Give Me the Girl" Home Treasurer 11, 37, Science Club 127, Cyclist Club 127, Glee Club 117. 2'-77:-.a1...9.,., JACOB KRAUSSQN-U :HN JACK This is the Inside Story Lis-s , ,Wd il 52659 R 'J ff .7 4,0 W I A- U I n CA. fkc' 44" LAW Q, if fd Y' ' nail. I Au .,-,LL j .L ff,f-J-f1:52l1Al.1gEQWfVW "Music Maestro Please" Home Room President 147, Track 11, 2, 3, 47, Co-Captain 147, I. V. Football 187, Spanish Club, Social Committee 12, 3, 47, junior-Serv ior Play 147. Nl DONALD KORTE DON "Steppin' Out" Cyclist Club, Spanish Club, Sci- ence Club. 0x1.y,:"3vfY 1,21 N ,Q f f Alas ,-jfvfjfp 4 'K 42" 2 BARBARA LITTAU LIT "1'm Gonna Live 'Till 1 Die" Tenakin, Publicity Committee, Spanish Club, Co-Y, Glee Club. ,,!, -- -.wv Alpes iff, 42,0 X 17" Q5 fl Wflif A MARCHIANO , ' IPPER ' 'T Best Things in Life Are Free" phy Club, clee Club, uad. M ' N' I.. M . ew cfi S-r 11:7 if '- K I ri ' ROBERT LOHMAN MARIORIE MALCOL BOB MARC! 2 "Shine" "Give My Regards to Broadway" Track 12, 3, 41. "Echo", French Club, Dramatic Club, junior-Senior Play, Mardi Gras Fortune Teller, Publicity Committee. fc Y f Y 4' fst :L v Y , lx tx'-""-1.,4i I? lwrl, .saga + A - my D s 5 :-E DIANA MARSH H Q, f -. i n 'hx -, ,, vi 'f DIANA Q, -K' T 1 ' sro' S if. v x K . V is - y Q' 'Lovely to Look At N' . ki s .4 P01 5 .V French Club President, Span' L 1 'bf' A L , Club Treasurer, lied Cross Cou ,K v - 4 e I ..-f S cil, Glee Club. 54. r 5 WI "Q, -4, Y L S Q 1 Q ,. K "H J f- . wr 9- N ' -' 'JK .ru-if -4' 1 -s. C - Y . . --M J.- , J . ' f ' A., 515 , .. -A . is I . - Nc. ., , , Y Q 'Q A , 1 - of-ef re ref" a ' r " -, 'HSQK V 1 Q 1- .I g " is . ' ' .fx KMNQERTHWS ' .Y -4 + L , , '- if fy kk QB A U N , xx L a ss x 8.45 -swf? , 41' S' xx .mf eg SHIRO MATSUOKA , 1 'm " s. ,, sweet andsLovely" Q' K 4 1', ,- , - , - . . . SHIRO A I F ' Q f - 'I r l P 0 S. O. Council 449, Social Commit- ' A 4 ,N tee Chairman 145, Tenakin, Hos- tess Committee, Spanish Club cold T committee, Hall squadf Social Committee. "You Don't Have to Know the Language" Student from Iapan. 51. ve' ' . Wk 21 MABEL MATTO MABEL "There Is Nothing Like a Hometown Band" Co-Y President GD, Tenakin, Glee Club, T.A.T.O.S., Music Appre- ciation Club, Publicity Commit- tee, Hall Squad, Twirler. J f. I v f.' . , A ' 'k:,f,"Qy ll , f CHARLES MAURO CHUCK "Everything Happens to Me" Home Room Vice President 123, Choir, Glee Club, Operetta, Music Appreciation Club, Too-Late- Eight, Publicity Committee, Hall Squad. J' YW fwfr' r .- - ,-q, 1 '11 . F Xcel! .. 4 '-4. ,, P. If JOHN MCAULEY 'Q 0 ! 0 9 1 fy ' P "Curtain Time" f J ' J JD' ob F N xo 'JJ l Tenakin, Dramatic Club, Social Us s Committee, Assembly Committee, 7 -I 4,3 Class Play, clee club. W J' 6, di -L71 li " 5 J . ,- -1-I 41 -1. of. X4 11.34 A , A A ' V' -' ' ' f , ' 9 lf' 4'-f " -4.x.5',f" flgi-wo -- ROBERT MCDONALD MAC "Life Is So Peculiar? Football 135, Spanish Club, Social Committee, Music Appreciation Club, Hall Sauad, Cyclist Club, Photography lub. ROSEMARY MCHUGH U lx' l , BUTCH ,r 'L "Little cm" , -- up - Choir, Glcc Club, Operetta, Music X Appreciation, S. O. Night, Co-Y, ' P l Dramatic Cluh, T.A.T.O.S. ' . ' u , - W KARL MEGERLE QW, , ,, f 'P-oy, - i.CL,, I D McRONAL KARL hx xv I X , L xr , ' BERNIE "Fiddle, Fadtllen x , S4-I 4- '- 13 1, "I Want Gold In My Pocket" Home Room Secretary-Treasurer ,-' 1iT5iARGU TE 'MCL HL Track 12, 3, 42, Soccer 143, Sci- ence Club Secretary-Treasurer18, 49, Dramatic Club, Iunior-Senior Play, Stamp Club, Glee Club. 141, Bulletin Board Chairman 13l, Business Manager of S. O. Store and Concession, Orchestra Con- cert Master, Backstage Construc- tion, Operetta. EP , 'f H H 9' JQCl'ass Preiden 13J4J,"Cl ec- ' retary J, Cl Vice eside 127 ome 5,4jningPr ent 11 , . Q, ' heir, Glee ub, ss ommjgtee, retta, nis fy Cl?, oc' om ' tee, Ha ' Q Iv, . V Sq"ad. ' JW l X C91 M ' 7 'V ' . X X ' , ,L ' 1 " , L4 ' - 'A Y!! a 22 I, 'A 0' xb- " J lc ,f W1 ,, CAROLINE "Green Eyes" Home Room Secretary C11, Tena- kin, "Echo", Baseball 411, Soccer 111, Volleyball Cl, 3, 41, Basket- ball fl, 2, 41, Social Committee, T.A.T.O.S., Orchestra, Choir, Operetta, Dramatic Club, Hall Squad. NWU.V X V xv. J 1 T7 Y Y 'J' ff DICK Q "On the Sunny Side of the Street" Boys' Sports Editor of Tenakin, l 'IHWILLIAM MILLER BILL ' "Why Does It Get So Late So Early" "Echo" Photography Editor, Tenakin, President and Vice President of Photography Club. K' ,Fai l J R' I o . W i 1 soccer 42, 3, 41, Track qs, 49, , X a- N . 3 Spanish Club. s ip' I. i . 4 gi I ll Kun.. Q4- OHN MINKE l 'V ' c, , Q. etfuacl' 5 .1- . JOHN Q 9""'s'.' 'Toe Been W'orking on the I l U I 5 Q n Q I I Railroad" Tenakin, "Echo", So C11, 4.,L..Q - Lggg, Football KS, 41, Band, fgfciestra, 5 wb Photography Club, Hall Squad. lk'-4.aQ" Us if-0 c.v...v- A Q - QkJxrq,.,.,...LI-BH ' kv-kai" KENNE MISAR . , RQ, 0. LuJ4.L.lJsb X KEN . ' 9 . -i ,'Give ka ong it LM, ' f I I ai! 0 B 'ful Mel U Q I I J iF""'s ' S. O. Tre surer, Home oom JOSEPHINE ., . t o R , V Q C ce res nt 3, 1, Bas- S FE I :S 1 A ' Ka " kefball il, 2, , Baseball ill, "Happiness Is a Thing Called Jo" S Football 13, 41, Tennis C2, 3, 41, l,,,, , 1 L, , ,o ,..., , 1 Hall Squad, Constitution Com- Baseball, Soccer, Dramatic Club, ' mittee, House and Grounds Co-Y, S. O. Night, Dwight Mor- I Choir, Operetta Lead. row High School. Q.. . an '-- ' I - L.. 'Q' JW: Y .X lg 1 RONALD MULLIKEN I 1 RON '. "Boy.of My Dreams" , . A EHOIPE' Room Vice President 621, ,Home Room S. O. Representative 131, Class Council 441, "Echo", gasketball Cl, 3, 41, Football 13, X g,gBaseba11 Cl, 3, 41, Chainnan o Constitution Committee, Hall Squad, Spanish Club, T.A.T.O.S. . 4 A E og, Fl ,, ,' k 'L c,.,,g..JJ,i.. a..x,?,.... 4 - IDRL, f . 'L k,,L..A.l.k,.l.,,-5 -' xg 53? '71 . , - --1 I c....,,.L, it ...us c. 1.-.-.L .f-.-- . ' - CQ,,n.:-.Jak ' .J- . 1 " C 1' xx..- tx r s 5 '-uk? - , -. . r ' Q l ', , lr L, ,H ' ,N A 0 fl 1, . Q ' L1- 1,1-A Mi?"-'A 8' DOROT URNANE ,V will T DOT 6 Sunflower Music Appreciauon Club C OH'ice Staff xl!bfP' on Uoctfmcbx N ,fu .455 ' ' ft ,M J., 'Q UQ-GSA N g . K+ OL XIC PATRICIA NIERO PAT uleepers Creepers" Home Room Secretary Treasurer 11, SJ, Class Council MJ, Girls' Sports Editor of Tenakln, "Echo", Cheering Squad il, 2, 3, 4, Cap- taing, Volleyball ll, 2, SJ, Soccer Cl, , SJ, Basketball fl, 27, Hockey KSJ, Baseball ll, 27, T Team, House and Grounds, Gold T Com- mittee, Hostess Committee, Span- ish Club, Vice President of Co-Y. ll . MK ti,-,Q-oak' obuxl pol-0 AA AM, to ' , Lama fl, I 5L,,4.z:f,2,4f! WW' Rnmayxoax YJ-.JJ X QCJ 35 QK7 MILDRED NORMAN MILLY "Can't Help Singing" Music Appreciation Club, Choir, T.A T.O S. unior Senior Pla - . , J - Y, Operetta, Hall Squad, All-County Chorus. .1 il,lEl1'ZAEQi'H IYTNN -' Ja' NEWS, Ll I ' if "Happy Talk" if Tenakin, Soccer CID, Basketball ill, Chairman of Christmas For- mal Decoration, Hostess Commit- xtee, Social Committee, House and Grounds, Constitution Committee, Class Dance Committees. jf!"-Nl'-'A as- , U .L - V WL, x,- "M - O 1 'N' 1 , ,. , 1. T, r O 'v , n- 'gl' ,. . Ag -I-V' . X 1 ' .. t , I, PATRICIA OSTERBERG GAILIE "Dark Eyes" Secretary of Spanish Club, Tena- kin, "Echo", Basketball, Baseball, House and Grounds, Publicity Committee, Social Committee, Junior-Senior Play, Music Appre- giatgon Club, Hall Squad, Oilice ta . 1 Q fl-' 1 m JANE NILJKERSON JANE - f"Ianie" ' Class Treasurer f2D, S. O. cil 129, "Echo", Tenakin, Soc er ll, 2J,',Hockey 623, Co-Chair n of 'I'.A.T.O.S. C-SJ, Spanish b, Social Committee, Hostess Com- mittee, Assembly Committee, Hall Squad. 1 ,F THOMAS OTT TOM "Up a Lazy River" Chairman of S. O. Night, Prom Committee Chairman, Band, Or- chestra, Iunior-Senior Play, Oper- etta. x 4 , , Q P n , ' 1 n N -. ' , A Q. R x X 24 5 a - x U N ' s'- P u"' O I u N I BART PENDERGAST BART, O.B. "Foe Got What It Takes" Track 11, 2, SJ, Football Q32 Cyclist Club, Vice President of Automobile Club, Glee Club. a x L ,f : y yy ,f',,f"4-fl v ff.,-f rf "v - 'Lx' fr. r, 1 , fi ,1 ',' 'V , I Y 'Q fl 7 0 , xvgll Y f All 'ul' ,A , ,f g' ff, a fn V 4. 3 ' ,' u ' -E Q . JI ' 71 if f, G - L 5 ,A if .1 V X 'X J' , V 1 F , 'l G X my A I-4 I ' GEORGE PLENDEE ' GEORGE "In My Merry Oldsmobile" Home Room Vice President CD, S. O. Representative f4J, Bulletin Board Chairman 133, Tenakin, Baseball 11, 3, 47, Track QZJ, Football 185, Social Committee, Prom Committees. JOAN PO DE LY JUDY , L1 ,J I , . J Did You Ever See A Dream ' y J F ' V! I EVERET'll ,-1' QUACKENBUSH 1 Wonder, I Wo er Chou, Operetta Cyclist Club. ff' Q! 'Q 1, if vf' 4 UIRK DIC " Ie Call lic weethearf' S ral Co mitiee, Hall Squad, Bulletin B0 diChairman, LaSalle Military Acadgmyz School Paper, Aviation Club, Spanish Club, Rifle Team, Glee Club. VINCENT RILEY VIN "That's How They Can Tell Theyfre Irish" Orchestra, Band, Operettu. li? ELAINE RUMPF RUMMIE "The Best Thing For You" Soccer CID, Hockey CU, Co-Y, Music Appreciation Club, Dra- matic Club, Library Club, Office Staff, President of Red Cross Council, Operetta. nf RAY RAYMOND RANCAN 'wb Ufdliif wifi. v . . N "Whiffinpoaf Song" "How eet You Are" Football 13, 42, Hall Squad 13, 41, Glee Club. "Echo", Tena 'n, Dramatic Club, Spanish Club, Glee Club, Chess Club, T.A.T.O.S., Junior-Senior Play. fu E, ,JI V. ...+L li . ' . 1,1-1 - 1 -lj Ns, l v . K - '.k w . in if .V 1- 1 r ' tl i J" 'ip ' A r ,A 7 J. , V ' 4 'Lf A I, X. ',' ,' , 14 - 4' Al I' l I ' ' I , A. ' ' , P, J ' , ,, ,ell ' .1 ' Y' " r 1 f y .,1. -Y 'h K ff' 'm XV' ,I ., A ff .' ,1 A' 7 ', 4 v. 'I ' ' ' :Vw fy JMABY' JANEj'l3YAIg , , X 1 ' MARYLANE' N- , xguhiu Epfjme Mani' 4- Vice v ROBERT SCHAET ROB "Let the Rest of the World Go By" S. O. Representative, Soccer 11, 2, 3, 4, 1Captain 141, Track 13, 41, Baseball 111, Choir, Senior Science Club President, Vice President of Dramatic Club 141, Social Committee. all s"""? w 1 13.51 x Q ,i ,,, ,f 1 f . v N 1 f f ' it I - , . IOHN SALAMONE DAISY-ELLEN SAND ' I ' K " 'f' '- u 1' ROGER DAISY ' ff ' ' -. ., M, "when My Baby Smiles At Me" "Daisy, Daw' ' , , r ., ff I 1 ' ,, f' ' '."' r -" ,f , Co-Chairman of Publicity Com- Library Club, Co-Y, Soccer 111, -I mittee 141, Class Secretary 121, Basketball 111. , h I M- Track 12, 3, 41, I. V. Football ' -. ' 1 121, varsity Fooebau qs, 41. .1 I 1, .Jw tf'."',YsaLfL -f-f'- ' I ff , DONALD SCHEER 3 1 fr fur, BIG DON , I A J ,fs.-s- , +4 1 N 'lt 1 ,-,t-fx, 4' Va X '. "Santa-boogie" , l s.. I .1 - JW it-pfv'--f "Eh',Ad1-1" Mag 12, WY" Tidy ,L-1-rl iw M, plc io 1 I 31,c"15jIcho"vEusRlleAi Mzrxiagg 141, f Tenakin Advertising Manliager f ' , 'R - J. v. F tb' ll 131, varsity ooc- ..if"'0J""-g '94,--f A-L91 M' ball 141?oTr2ck 12, 3, 41, Band, Orchestra, House and Gorunds at V ,V Committee, Junior-Senior Play- '3.jr"1f 14,614,569 ' Stage Crew. CONSTANCE SCHIVE - N- , ' CONNIE 'vgys "Get Happy" Spanish Club President 141, Home Room Secretary 121, Home 300111 FREDERICK SCHLUETER Chairman 131, Home Room Presi- dent 141, Senior Council 141, Soc- FRED cer 11, 21, Volleyball 11, 2, 31, Basketball 11, 2, 31, Baseball 12, 31, Cheering Squad 131, T Team 13, 41, Hostess Committee, Tena- kin, Social Committee, Red Cross, Spanish Club, French Club. "A Man Wrote A Song" Gym Secretary 141, Junior Pro- jection Force, Choir 13, 41, Op- eretta, Dramatic Club. 'QUE RICHARD SCHOCH DICK "Don't Tell Me" '25 X --1 G""' CHARLES SCHUH CHARLIE "Selma, Schoo, Baby" President of Senior Projection Force 142, Hall Squad, Camera Club. All same chqiis Cholr gy A ' 7 ROBERT SHERMAN ROBERT SHEERAN BLIV WOODY BOB Gone Fishm ' "Good, Good, Good" Bfwehall K3 45 President of Pro 9 ' A , 1 Automobile Club. Bqnd sP1c ipisflfl 1 ,riff ti ,. 6.1. J .-.s re ' ii' J YW, , 15+ 1 V- - I , If .wa f 0 ff-362 '4f'3' I P ' ELIZABETH SMITH BETTY, SNIITTYU "As Pretty As a Picturafi S' "Echo,' typist, Tenakin, Secretary Spanish Club 135, Vice President Red Cross 135, Home Room Bul- letin Board Chairman 13, 45, junior Cheering Squad 115, Social ' Committee 12, 45, French Club, x..,. Red Cross, Choir Junior-Senior J Play 13, 45, Operetta, T.A.T.O.S. ,w,,a,,,, 4 2 A., . 5201! towckii Ein.: Q-Ld -,,, Y" WALTER SHINN CARL SIMMONS " ' MOOSE, JACK WING "On a Slow Boat to China" 'Tue Got Rhythmv ,E f nxaxqt YCL Football Manager 12, 35, Football Senior Council, Choir, Projection J 145, Baseball 135, Projection Force. FOFCS, OICTIBSYFH, ODCTCUB, "TOO Late Eight", Baseball 11, ,35 riennis 125, Football qs, 45, Track N dwg. Q... A oem 15. X, Dx I-glcbcjy.- TB- 'vi U I V gf x, . "' T ' I X C4-'A - . V 1 M TA ' J-'N-"AX .wx '7 . ' ,Q ' ' I . x o I J.,--7 , A ' VL, ' L5 MARY silfiih ' U, .ff 5' X - df , ' SMITTY F32 q ,. ' f, J' ,Wh Irish Eye Are S lung" W.,-"' ll' ' I rad lx,v.u.,1nQ ur f ' cf 1 Ch ' of Hostess Committee, ,M ' . - fr:A. .o.s. chairman qsp, Tena-C r" I 7 , 'J' Ikin ome Room Secretary 12, 35, A3 I f ,l' A' ff Fr ch Club 145, spanish club, . . ' , ' Gold T, Co-Y, Girls Sports 4 ' 1" 11, 2, 35 .Q-Mi' , '1' V" 4 J A 2' 2, DONALD SPELLMAN F ROBERT SMITH BOB "How Little We Know" Senior Conservation Club. DON I "My Heart Goes Crazy" Hall Squad Chairman 145, Tennis team Manager 135, Home Room Treasurer 11, 25, Soccer 11, 2, 35, Dramatic Club, Junior-Senior Play 13, 45, Hall Squad, S. O. Council 145, Publicity Committee. 'lna..... i ANN SPIELDENNER u U V . ,' , 1' 1 ' ' A ' ' ' ,f ' ' L' V x 1' J , f 1 1 1 . l ' of Li llviim' ll L l" ,Ll 1,31 J tif I ' tivvll lfyyly f ol" ,vt 11- i 'fl "'l' fl 5 , fl W, Ill, ff, lil' in I . I 'I :Jn " PJ "Honest And Truly" 21' Girls' S orts Editor of "Echo,'l P Assistant Girls' Sports Editor of Tenakin, President and Vice President of Girls' Athletic Club, Treasurer of French Club, "T" Team, All School Basketball Team 12, 35, Band, Operetta. V , IV -, JUNE SPOSA JUNE "I Love A Paradev sub-Head Majofeue K43, Twirler, C Hall Squad, Tcnakin, Hostess Committee "Echo" T ist CoY w YP , ' YA YN Secretary 143, Music Appreciation U Club JUDITII STEIN JUDY "It's The Same Old Dream" Home Room Vicc Presiclcnt f1,23, "Echo", Cyclist Club Trezisurer ffl, -13, Cold 'I' Committee, Con- stitution Coniniittcc, Spanish Club, Guidance Luborntory Work, Soc-inl Committee. JOAN STIHRER JOANIE "If I Could Be With You" Girls Athletic Club, Music Ap preciation Club, Make-up Com- mittee for Operetta, Gir1's Sports. Guy 5 O., Class Presi- President dent Cl, Chss Vice President President C1 23 133, Home i , , Jersey Boys State, Princeton Con- vention, Dramatic Club, Too- Late Eight", Operetta, Choir, Soccer fl., 23, Baseball Cl, 2, 3, 43, Basketball 113, Football 13, 43, Hnll Squad. JEAN ST. LAURENT JEANIE "Azz Dressed Up To Smile" Home Room President 133, Home Room Secretary 643, Co-Chairman T.A.T,O.S. 623, Tcnnkin Cheering Squad 12, 33, Co-Captain, Host- ess Committee, Junior-Senior Play, Daramatic Club, Social Committee, French Club. I, 30 i , in Hic P 4 ,, "c.'ckefy c wk" ll iliiifffiilgii Co-Chaiman Senior Booth glom- mittee S. O. Night, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 42, Tennis C3, 42, Spanish Club, Hall Squad. M if wtf 2 25,5 iv, I' i 'TF'- ARNOLD SUMMERS CHARLES E. SWANSOlS o6'ky,o- ,nf -x ARNIE CHARLIE l uf Lind' ' 32 JJ l ' H' 1 My "My Mother Never Told Me" "That's What I Like" Kiwi H-.. Uv' L Basketball fl, 2, 8, 42, Spanish Club, Choir, Operetta, fi 2. yi- L fa Gi 'J' Iunior-Senior Play, Football 622, Q, vrj ' 4-1 Track 122, Tennis qs, 42, Hall 32 U Squad. 1 fi -sJX1f'f' dv-.' ,f f vwfqf' reign jill- O Q ff LL-,Li P 2 f ,f ' i1-'lf.,g,a- ,Mc KEVIN TAIT fC - xfvue P, 'fl , , I lx ' S' -fy J I xr! KEV J' i 4 -' ' ' kb -' '?T,.,.,-.f-2. P , H -'js "Opportunity" . A f 2 " ' . 'V' .- Je ,IMI JSVA' 'kr Page Editor on "Echo", Choir, if' , Q2 . Soccer C3, 42, Track 132, Home i ljfb iw V t2-fi' Room Vice President C12, Senior ,v f l J-jx , Council 142, Football Program J 4, V ' -J,,f Committee Chairman, Junior-Sem ,ffij If ior Play, spanish Club. iwvfw hoax Nanql . 4 4 E ora yds E f,oc,cQS6 U - JOAN TELLIER Me O y bu-5-in lil-S JOAN Q p ish' , thletic .lu , . Us h' " . Ury ,m 0 fm. weet T mg 1 , , , 0 key 41, 2, 3, 42: Temikin, Co-Y, Publicity com- A ,, Voueyball 41, , asketball mittee, Music Appreciation Club, ' 'X I4, 41, 2, 3, 45, 3 , 42, Hall Squad, Oflice Staff. if X,vla'. X If fp r as br' 2 cl A' 7"'g'cM ,jp ..,i. J 1 5 if 1 W' A C159 W, A K J H . 'L I HENRY TEW 1 4:41, HANK A ut None Like You" FfgEh aseball, Varsity b2'Xki2J - ' 4. 31 ffl? 11 NANCY THEN NANCE "Till Then" Assistant Senior Editor of Tena- kin, S. O. Representative 13, 41, Iunior Cheering Squad 111, Soc- cer 121, Hostess Committee, Choir Operetta, T.A.T.O.S., Spanish Club, French Club, Social Com- mittee, Dramatic Club. - X ,6 . WALTER VALLARI alrflf JOHN 'M To Please" s all 111, Fresh n Ba etball , 1. v. Basketbal 12, . X 141, rer Sports itor Tenakin 141, Commit- tee of Spanish Club 111, Baseball 41, T,A.T.O.S. Social Committee, Dramatic Club, Junior-Senior Play. " 1 VVALT "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" of House nnd Ground Home Room Vice President 141, junior Varsity Foot- bnll 11, 21, Varsity Football 13, 41, Basketball 11, 2, 3, 41, Base- bnll 12, 3, 41, Choir, Hull Squad, Operctta, "Too-Late-Eight". , . 1 I ll 4' .J ' ,ll 'I J you 1 JOY VERNET no cf J ,. Ltr PAUL VAZQUEZ JOY-BABE . -. J ka , OJ-'V 1 pf!! 11,-jg' V PAUL "Personality" 'K pg- ,J J 'Kr ,, Va' "Caramba, lt's A Samba" Tenakin, "Echo", French Club J A ,ya ggi' X! V Social Committee, Hostess Com- IQJ CIA" U -1 -A-rgj ug, Football Manager 141, Baseball mittee, Dramatic Club, junior- ,r .9 'K' fl VU P' 111, Track 131, Football 141. Senior Play, T.A.T.O.S. J J Q J VAUCHAN ,U . IIQNNIE 1 "Sh fs A Lad " , y "Ecba9fblumnist, Tenakin Pro- hecy, Chairman of Christmas ard Committee 141, Home Room Secretary 11, 21, Home Room Secp61?'-Trea r r 13, 41, Oper- .. S 4-if a, ice f ED1 of French 'N 9 Clqlgy M15 Secretary of Music Ap- , . X pfeciation Club 13, 41. U,-,,, LY--A-J N' Salufatorian 'SRX xx vw ll' ill. 4 ,.- Y H JOAN WARD GAY-BABE "You are My Sunshine" Class Council 142, Tenakin, Vol- leyball KSJ, Junior-Senior Play, French Club, Social Committee, 7 0 , , bee wiv C ti:-o ndf -K-1f"f'n6'a txggaw. cfm lc S-J..hs1., mid. scene. RUTH YVESTCOTT ibrriflqsbzs "Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend" Home Room Vice President f2, 3, 49, "Echo", Tenakin, Secretaiy of Junior Red Cross Council, Chairman of Gold T Committee, Cheering Squad Cl, 2, 45, Girls Sports fl, 21, Social Committee, Dramatic Club, Operetta, Spanish Club, French Club, T.A.T.O.S., Hostess Committee, Choir. TQ'-lose OWL 0403533 I D when use ,pctx A-he MAIN -liVENDOV'FjIl, , 0 gee-cg-Refs - 'Bev Th mer: "Takin Miss Mori! tctlhe l3dllf', Vi Band rchestra"Dramatic Club, , Club. I 1 , .. A I WENDY .J ,J bfi ,p,,,, mica - +'c::,uc vin ,t ,ovmgkeuer . gow- cu: - amd. was Cb success Hsu' uad, M6sic,AppreQmiiq,a '. Wi and MA-C-KC 'fo OJ PSCLLI 5u..se.u D fi cib, J 'O Po - f - CU. cxnnifirfee, six o. login' sAiNIi , Q, I ' - Cl P0054 CECELIA HIGH SCHOOL. X W ' 1 a L' ' l . 1 , A- 1 'f l' ' I pl-f , . i l 1 ' ' , ELIZABETH WILL A ' J 5 l ' IQ y ' . ' K WILLY x N Q N y , 1 ' . 1 Qxhffdllofbiuh and Fancy Free' l gofllxk. i , ' Tenakin, "Echo", Hockey Cl, 2, A' A , 'CN ta 1 Q SJ, Soccer Ql, 2, 33, Basketball W-M, 1.-v-QOL Yf ff rg e 41, 39, Volleyball 42, sp, French -H V ' I , Y 'Club, Dramatic Club, Red Cross -, f ' " 'A - , Co ncil, Soc'al Co 'tt Qi-Q1 VN fu' M'l""' I my ' U ,I 3.ALlT.O.S., Jufiior Senil?rml'1a6y? K f 4 .I ' , peretta. Mfqq 'fx Vw V0 0 w. ' A ' I I lfl.4MxnlA,Lwkx,A 'ffyjllf-.- l 4 M .I I Wm I . -Aff:-cql v R We N W ' ' P 1" D VAN WooD 'W 'Z' N DOC Doliqaris J S -I "Young Man with a Hom" KDWX P Home Room President Cl, 2, SD, X "M Lair L 4 2 H Class Council KSJ, "Echo", Track Cl, 2, 41, junior-Senior Play, Orchestra, Band Operetta. Mu Q preci 'orC1ub1XlZo-Y, Offi tall, LS-lior-Senior Play X I. RUTH WURPS RU'l HIE "Petite Waltz "Echo',, Volleyball Cl, 2, 33, Bas- ketball C2, SJ, Tumbling 437, Science Club, Music Appreciation Club, Co-Y, Operetta. 33 ,a , I BOBBYC ,i 'P uoh, Rabbi, I I , Co-Y, Music Appreciatioll 'Club, Hall Squad. I 7 'P 1 I JP' I if J BARBARA YAISER g 3. ll 0 " ROBERT YOUNG BOB "The Old Master Painter" Art Editor of Tenakin, "Echo", Soccer 11, 2, 3, 41, Spanish Club, Not Pictured ROBERT PRECOURT BOB "Don't Fence Me ln" Assembly Committeg, Constitution Committee. ,f A, A ' If . ' .1 4.11 fir 1, 's .1 ,, fi,- ' 1 . 1, 1 H I 4.4 M I V A , P If Publgfiity Committee, Junior-Sem "',' r A, J wr ny- A., , ' flfwjgf,-'ii . ' if .MJ Qin-l fl, f 'A',f'M W O J ' I, a f' L ' wi if ,,'hfi,+'li", 1 flliuf i J. 1 df I. IV..-J xy ,JV 1 .. A E l Us J ' ' .P-' we f if j f E if Jj - W ' - li if j! gf 7 OZ, 4? Q of , ff , me B 1' A Q X iifwflvl J " We S- Vw ,X 'X 34 Af- "' -f'2"g-r , P HEADS U gpfzzy lgfff ALIVE AND K1 CIQN G NG Q A MOST WS Cllfias CW a Q, B592 gimme Madre n1SprouL SIZSITILE oe 7 1 H H B b V earn 7 0 DANCE ME A sozvc LOST IN THE STARS BEST DANCERS George Runge, Beverly Fletcher, Shirley Halton 1 : V1 K, , f, fl , 45' 5 S lg I . 4 f5 1 . W 2 7 X Q , ..., ,, .,...,,,.,,,..,.....N... CLASS SWEETHEARTS Peter Drummond, Ioan Abrahamson Jon Law ESSED THE PLAY S T xc ST DRNAT x ohm 35 mo - Mac 1 Betty Smith V Blnryorxe Don Spellmml Why Biff Tm: cmmi SCHOOL FORBIDDEN MEL ony TY . RSONAU , M05 BEST PE Ormie Schwe Don VT NIUSICAL - 5 foul C Law j Mcrrdl D Y , 9311 Sf. Laurent TOUCH AND GO 1 v - ARTS THE SEVILN LIVELY MOST ATHLETIC , THE HAPPY TIME VValt Valaxi, Ann Spieldenner T ! I 1 T T 5 C MOST ARTTSTK il I FRIENDLIES Bob Young, LOW Chun X 36 Duff Quirk, con T me SChive f if W- HELL19 ,LP , UYS AND DOLLS G ,O Fuce T OPPIN WITTIES T EST Sealy, Dolis Ann D Clif Maw Kenm' Uffee BOY MEETS GIRL Bob ISHS , GE X IDEAL DATE AS A O k YOU LIKE IT HE FRONT PA N Otto Hessmar Ruth Westcott 0 SUCCEED MOST LIKELY TA,me Vaughan Mmm f1ffOST POPULAR 37 Proul, Pep McLaughlin Ev Quackenbush, cffzfmffzfkxfafz CJ4!ll1ZlZfl'Ml! When I attended the first performance on Look Into the Future on Broad- way, I remembered that more attention is usually paid to the members of the audience at the opening night of a Broadway play than to the play itself and during intermission glanced around the theatre to notice the celebrities present. In the first row of the audience I saw two members of the Class of 1951, Richard Quirk, mortician, and William Miller, famous geologist. Behind them were two social workers, jane Nickerson and Louise Hahn, and the notorious Vincent Riley. Mr. Riley had just completed a prison sentence for embezzling money from his employers, a construction company formed by engineers Nicholas DiMenna, Robert Geh, jack Krauss, john Minke, Bruce Sealy, and Walter Shinn. The story of Mr. Riley's crime is a long one. One Christmas Eve Kenneth Misar, president of the construction company, and James Bayley, Asa Conklin, Stewart King, Robert Lohman, Anton Schuermann, and William Plump, other executives, gave Mr. Riley five thousand dollars to distribute among the Hrm's secretaries, Lorraine Owen, joan Powderley, Daisey Sand, june Sposa, Ruth Stumpf, Carolyn Holtsford, joan Tellier, Gloria joy, and jean Patti, and fifteen hundred dollars to give to rece ists Elaine Rumpf, Dolores Boyan, and Louise Bornand. When the girls did not receive their Christmas bonuses, Mr. Misar hired Rita Campana, policewoman, and Charles Schuh, criminologist, who after much investigation found the money in a radio sent to be repaired by Mr. Riley to electricians john Tietjen and Robert Jensen. Wallace Juechter, stock- broker, Robert Heuer, automobile designer, Robert Lagomarsino, used car dealer, and Raymond Rancan, garage owner, were asked to serve as witnesses against Mr. Riley at his trial, but Mr. Riley pleaded guilty, saying that he needed the money to buy his mother a new mink coat, and was given a light jail sentence after promising to behave in the future. Peter Drummond, Hilton hotel manager who attended Mr. Riley's trial, was sitting in front of me at the theatre and told me the whole story. Near him were the former Betty Grisbach and her twelve children, Bonnie Griffith, air line hos- tess, and a small group of musicians, including Grace Anzevino, Myra Lou Brooks, Mildred Norman, Frederick Schlueter, and lean St. Laurent, well-known harp player and pianist. On the other side of the theatre I saw George Shaw, Bart Pendergast, Robert Sheeran, Carl Simmons, and john Elliot, foresters who had come to New York from Washington State for a short vacation, and Thomas Ott, renowned inventor 38 of dehydrated water. Mr. Ott produced his brilliant invention several years ago, aided by bio-chemists Sheila Hearn, Marguerite McLaughlin, and Robert Schaet, and by laboratory technicians Betty Newton, VVendy Anne Riblett, Elizabeth Smith, and Mary Ellen Wendover. As soon as Mr. Ottis product had been ap- proved by chemist John Grace, laboratory dietician Jane Burdette, and nurses Mary Jane Ryan, Betty Will, and Barbara Yaiser, businessmen Eric Helsing, Bruce Harrison, Gtto Hessmer, Alexander Johnstone, Thomas Kenny, Leonard Bubko, John Clark, Robert Caughey, and Mario Marchiano formed a corporation to manufacture and market the dehydrated water, employing as secretaries Marie Barulich, Jackie Burton, Roberta Graham, Anita Jahn, Lorraine Jensen, Rosemary McHugh, Diana Marsh, Josephine Modafferi, Dorothy Murnane, Pat Niero, Judith Prokop, Helen States, and Nancy Then. Ned Butterfield, Barbara Crippen, and Charles Mauro, commercial artists, were hired by Ruth Alber, secretary in Richard Caldwellis advertising Hrm, to draw advertisements for the new product, while Larry Curran, who sat behind me in the theatre, took charge of selling the product to department stores. Mr. Curran, Frank Barthel, installer for the Bell Telephone Company, Robert Smith, telephone lineman, three servicemen, Eugene Galbornetti, Frank Hen- dricks, and Roger Salamone, and fashion designers Nancy Greene, Mabel Matto, and Ruth Carlson talked to me in the theatre before the performance started. From them I learned that the outstanding dresses designed by the Misses Greene, Matto, and Carlson were recently drawn for Life magazine by illustrators Phyllis Carey and Beverly Fletcher and have been ordered in large numbers by Inez Hergert, Mildred Kenny, and Joy Vernet, buyers for Peck and Peck, Oppenheim Collins, and Saks Fifth Avenue. Sample dresses have already been sold to Elaine Deppendorf, interpreter for the United Nations, Gay Ward, well-known senator from New Jersey, Ruth Wurps, beautician, and Sally Delaney, geologist who came to New York from her Texas oil fields to attend a class reunion. Several others, including Richard Hoppe, cattle rancher, Arthur Ehrman- traut and Gilbert Jorgensen, dairy farmers, and Eileen Tassi and Lois Church, who raise thoroughbred race horses in Kentucky, came with Miss Delaney from the West and were seated near me in the theatre. Merrill Sproul, cattle rancher, who also came to New York with this group, was seated in another section of the theatre with several professional athletes and sportswriters. I noticed John Foody and George Plender of the St. Louis Cardinals, Bob Benedict, Jerry Cramer, Arnold Summers, and Walter Vallari, star players for the New York Knicker- bockers, and George Runge, track coach at Fordham. Michael Travers, president ' 39 of the New York Hockey Writers' Association, and Charles Dell, sportswriter, were also seated with the group. In the rear of the theatre I heard four men-Donald Keeter, minister, Donald Korte, garbage man, Henry Tew, florist, and Kevin Tait, meteorologist-discus- sing the possibility of dumping garbage and dead flowers on Mars. Showing no interest in this intellectual discussion, Van Earl Wood, the fifth man in this group, had fallen fast asleep. Dr. Wood, with the help of Everett Quackenbush, Karl Megerle, and Ruth Westcott, recently developed a machine by means of which atomic energy may be used to replace the energy now received from the sun. Dr. Wood and his assistants were seriously injured at one point in their research when their atomic pile exploded, but the tender care of Donald Dinsmore, den- tist, Dolores Wurps, dental assistant, George Hallwachs and Mary Smith, doctors, Bernard McRonald, pharmacist, and nurses Betty Bohlen, Nancy Cameron, Mary Hahn, Carolyn Hofstetter, and Caroline Melching, and the repair work done on Dr. Wood's equipment by Alan Haas, nuclear physicist, and Richard Meurer, Donald Scheer, and Ronald Finne, electrical engineers, enabled Dr. Wood and his assistants to finish their research. The machine performing the process is now manufactured by a corporation formed by businessmen Robert McDonald, Ronald Mulliken, Robert Sherman, Donald Spellman, Charles W. Swanson, and David Huck and is sold by Ioan Stihrer in a hardware store owned by Bernard Brueck, Donald Law, and Richard Schoch. The story of the development of this machine, written by Dr. Wood himself, has been illustrated by Judith Stein, Robert Young, and Paul Vazquez, commercial artists, and revised for presentation on television by Connie Schive, whom I noticed in the theatre near lawyers joe Herring and Mark Byers. Near them I also saw Shiro Matsuoka, japanese business executive, sitting with Ianet Hunter, on a visit in New York from the American embassy in Paris, and Charles E. Swanson, who had just returned from a tour of South America.. In the front of the theatre in the seats reserved for teachers I noticed Ioan Abrahamson, Adeline Ackerman, Diana Blackwell, Charles Cella, Lois Bodecker, Ioan Brassel, Doris Ann Durfee, Rosemary Farnum, Anne Dyson, Janice Sco- field, and Ann Spieldenner, physical education instructor at New Jersey College for Women. I heard Gail Osterberg, guidance co-ordinator, and Betty Gorrell, Shirley Halton, Barbara Littauer, and Ianice Mathews, English teachers, discus- sing the first act of the play with director Iohn McAuley, well-known actress Marjorie Malcolm, and wealthy businesswoman julia Iahnke pust before I was summoned to the telephone and forced to leave the theatre to see a patient. ANNE VAUGHAN 40 L :U 1 1 1 ' nib, , :nwi9m3Ei'f: , ck 'A1:P-.1v.1,.q-,W - Kiwi" -SW ,ffxcas .-fs' ff' 1' 24' ' ev pr l f' ff. ,- f' , I X WW , , J, I fx, X az ,M QW, ,if jnfwf 2 fyzfff 47 ' f fr 1 f 3 M 2 . ,,', C U". f 4 Q ,f f af . 0 Z U-uni 'T 41' W WW .Q -5 -x -x 1. X. 1 4 I 111 I' VNS I N 5'-qi... f if 413, w f. fm 1! 4 W ' 1, X Q' I K9 fx .- V .zvfff 'w ,LJ ', -5 X f u.J -Q 41591 X 2 iff? ff , V ,Q fl s Tx X , 55 ,X if X5 ix ' 7 'Qt . 1 X 3, , , pl. ,.,. H y v lx, -I w wi: li f' '4" ?5'f f X L L: '- .I V , A L Rx 102- 1- .L if ff X. , QS 8 od eu 4 HOUSE -'VND CROUNDS COXIXIITTE ull 5 as I 1,51 1 , , . - f 4' CHARTER COMMITTEE . CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE MR. ROBART Adviser .----... -I ,W f - E. -.,V .- PUBLICITY COMMITTEE SOCIAL COMMITTEE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE ZNd5f gfffdfli INEZ HERCERT ELAINE DEPPENDORF Editor-in-chief Activities Editor SHIRLEY HALTON Senior Editor 5 I ROW A 5 I ROW NANCY THEN Assistant Senior Editor RQW I I ROW JANET HUNTER L General Mnnngcr L ROW DON SCHEER Advertising Manager t.. ROW W 3' ' MR. GEORGE MCHATTON TENAKIN STAFF Adviser MRS. RUTH DOWER Adviser 7 1 DICK MEURER PAT NIERO BOB YOUNG PHYLLIS CAREY ANNE VAUGHAN Boys' Sports Editor Girls' Sports Editor Art Editor Dedication prophesy N-Q' V x x , 1 Q11 1 ,ix ,f :W 0,y4yg " f ff X ff ROW ROW RQW 51 a 51 51 51 ROW A 51 ROW if ECHO STAFF News Editor RUTH ALBER Editorial Editor SHEILIA HEARN Feature Editors RUTH CARLSON BETTY GORRELL KEVIN TAIT Sports Editor MIKE TRAVERS Business Manager DONALD SCHEER Advertising Manager JANET HUNTER Photographers NVILLIAM MILLER JOHN MINKE Art Editor BOB CEI-I I 4 5 Q 1 ' V , ' J hilfhn ECHO EDITORIAL BOARD 1 s- .-'fd N-lsf "7" Gging to press, JACK KRAUSS MISS MITCHELL Editor-in-Chief Adviser i HOSTFSS CONDMTTEE LOST AND FOUND M ww UMW WW ffafzs' , , -:L '05 OFFICE SQUAD SENIOR PROJECTION FORCE 46 LIBRARY CLUB HALL SQUAD IUNIOR RED CROSS 8th GRADE HALL SQUAD CQ, Y iul ill SIS! -!l.l A- W., Y V Y-A , Y - W., .A 1, MA 'IX A I A 1 7th AND Sth GRADE LAMERA CLUB Pumiuzt Kenneth Ruppoltg Vice Izesxclcrlt Arthur Robinsong Secre- tary Ruth Ann Pfaffg Treasurer, Howard Boothg Adviser, Mr. VVright. JUNIOR UNITED NATIONS CLUB President, Joe Benslerg Vice Presi- dent, Bob Sprinkleg Secretary- Treasurcr, Pctc Hcithrinkg Adviser Mr. Knehles. 48 RADIO CLUB President, Dick Caullieldg Vice President, Ronald Finneg Secretary- Treasurer, Bill Callaghang Adviser, Mr. Trout. 7 FUTURE HOMEMAK'ERS CLUB President, Virginia Passerag Secre- tary, Laura Roblianog Treasurer, Cvnnie Rybnikarg Adviser, Mrs. Downey. -fl . 1" STITCH AND CHATTER CLUB Presiden t, Roberta Ehrmantraut returif, Patricia Sposag Treasurer Alice Friecllumlg Adviser, Miss Diehl. SENIOR UNITED NATIONS CLUB Presiclerit, Joe Benslcrg Secretary, Bctsy XVolfeg Adviser, Mrs. 'Wolfe x Vice Presicierzt, june Shawg Sec- . 1 in I . -f 11114 A v-,JIM G i l'l'l L :plc ck L U0 CIYCLISTS CLUB I're.s-izlenl ...,.... llolavrt Selmct Serrelarrr . . . juclv Stein 'Il7'l'll.S'IlI'I'f . Elmumur Buhler Arl11i.s'r'r . . . Mr. Auclcrson WWW' SENIOR SCIENCE CLUB Presiderzt ......... Robert Sclmet Vice Prmizlerxt . . . Everett Quuckcnbush x Sl,'I'l'CfIlflf-TfCl1.S'lll'Cl' . . BL-ruurcl NIL-Honulcl Azlviser .... . . Xlr. Tow V ,f ' 50 ' ,1 ' AUTONIOBILE CLUB President ....... Arthur Elmrmantruut Vice President . . . Bart Pendcrgust Secretary-Treasurer . . VValtcr Iucclmter Adviser .... . Mr. Cuwley SENIOR PIIOTOCHAPIIY CLUB Presiclent . . . . . . . Bill Miller Vice President . . . Dave Caulfield Secreturq . . . Bob McDonald Treasurer . . . Bill Prior Adviser . . . Mr. Stromun 'fry f'f' President . Vice President Secretary . Treasurer . Adviser . . ,I !,fyJfQfq,'7rVvL.. FRENCH CLUB . . . . . . Q . . Diana Marsh . Anne Vaughan . . Louise Hahn . Ann Spieldenner Madame Dubensky TQ .MUSIC APPRECIATION ,,.,, , K!!! ,Q Milf If-2 is -i-alas sl .--- X I 'QUIT 47' A'L!'M ' I -1. f lk '- Mi 7 " - iff: ff 4,1 -,fr 4' P 'V -f f ' "' 'f PM SPANISH CLUB ' ft ' -if '1 f ' 'V President . . . '.f . Lf I". . Connie Schive Vice President . . . . . Michael Travers Secretary . . . Gail Osterberg Treasurer . . Diana Mars Advisers . . . I MY- Muller I Miss Nardella CLUB President . .... Roberta Graham Secretary . . Anne Vaughan Adviser . . Miss Aubrey P YANY' THE NATIONAL THESPIANS 51 8th GRADE DRAMATIC lurion Ilouschild Vice Ircmluzt Carol Ann Davis L'-'E Su return, lrcasurfr . Natalie Ross Adolslr . Mrs . Dcitclm 11th AND 19th GRADE DRAMATIC CLUB . . Bruce Sealy . Robert Schaet . Ioan Powderly S Anne Markley 1 Ioan McLaughlin . . Miss Cassady 7th GRADE DRAMATIC Sherry Knebels Marilyn Salmore Linda Hasbrouck . Mrs. Deitch 9th AND 10th GRADE DRAMATIC CLUB President ........ Patricia Caughcy Vice President . . . . Helen Hassenstab Lf . . . Roberta Ehrmantraut Treasurer . . . . Joy Armaniaco Adviser . . . . Mrs. Kellehtr ,,,f,1.f1v' ef K ' 115 KJ,-Q53 4 H' WO. 1. , f y f . WZW 'Q ff fwfr 1 1 MO f M W MMWW9, ' .j'w.,..z- ' M f ,M A I Q, fffffffffff f 4 J f ,. A M VV s if id f' ', . I 5 ' f W ff? . .- vm , 1 ai, , XV if Ji . 'L 0 I , f Z , MZZMM .2 y ' 0 ' ' , . . , V l.p ' 9 I I ... , V I I . , , I ' 7 19 ,' I " 44, f 'Q 'A The 'Junior and Senior Classes Q I v. V of the .- 1' TENAFIJY HIGH SCHOOL , s ' 'l ' ' Q A 'G f - present ifkf 1 fbi , f M ,fw- f O ll ff as . 'Fr' it as r II! I-.WCAY lla an ,Z'a'f1.'! gd!! cf! Cliff!! Wm" MOSS HART and G. S. KAUFMAN Friday, December 8, 1950, Saturday, December 9, 1950 Penelope Sycamore r...... Essie .....................,..... Rheba ...................... Paul Sycamore ........ Mr. DePinna, ...... . Ed ............................ Donald I ....................r..... Martin Vanderhof ......... Alice .....,,..........,...,........ Henderson ...........,.., - ........ Tony Kirby .........,.. Boris Kolenkhov ......... Gay Wellington , ........ Mr. Kirby ....,........... Mrs. Kirby ........... Three Men. ...... Olga ,,..... ....,.. CAST OF CHARACTERS Cln Order of Appearancel Friday Anne Randall ,.......Joan States .....,-,Rita Campana ,-......Ioe Bensler Iohn McAuley .-.-.--.Ray Cranmer ........,Robert Schaet ..-.---.Van Wood ........Jean St. Laurent ....,,,,Kevin Tait .. ..... Don Spellman Hugo Papp . ...,..s, Betty S echt Michael3Travers .. ...,, Gail Osterberg Don Law Charles E. Swanson Bruce Seal ...............Ursula Sachs Saturday Anne Randall Nancy Green Judy Van Dusen Charles E. Swanson George Hallwachs Don Law Robert Schaet Tom Ott Jean St. Laurent Kevin Tait David Huck Bruce Sealy joan McLaughlin Bernard McRonald Anne Edwards Joe Bensler Hugo Papp Michael Travers Betty Smith The scene is the home of Martin Vanderhof New York ACT I A Wednesday Evening. Scene I Scene II ACT II A Week Later ACT III The Next Day. Directed by MISS HELEN CASADY Technical Director Dick Caldwell Stage Manager-Karl Megerle Directing and Prompting--Gay Ward and Anne Edwards Music Effects Shirley Ann Delmage Art Design-Phyllis Carey WH. 77 cf ff f fake 3 1ll'4g'll'T ,fag "9A?'3a 33 "Ili fll It ffl Q 3 r, T ZZ' a , 1- 19' 450,-9?:?g'11m9f, rv N It 'Q -4 4 .1 9 THE BOYS GLEE CLUB ,K nv ' "' I nw 3 . 2 ,K , 4 ,,, 'Q ' W -4. is f ll wb N in 59 M W 11 Q I sq fy f frivf JUNE RUTH ALBER Lv ' ' Q X PATRICIA CAUGHEY Xu VL. 1 SPOSA SHIRLEY HALTON MABEL MATTO 5 f DOROTHY SCOTT PATRICIA WARD MR. POLLACK fl 4 4 3 ---Sm.-5 P .Q Q vii' We gffd .4 is in 1-..- 'qnlkzhm l- i ' 'H' K 'g .. f K VZ , ,WH 'K Q---l.,.,,,? M aa 'E 6 1 . u. 'f " 4 'X ani' ,,, iam! 0 . 1 3 6 4 it "1 6' ,ff xv "Armorer,s Songv " 1 'H 'ilu the stocks, . . . " 9 I 1 0 if K . Qnbfaaan. Il WNW -9' ji sg 1 9? 9? 33i'f3'3g 2' '5 .mn ? 4' ' 'Fri' 'f' V be T MMM Q I Q C ixw "D . """" H E I . 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'L 1 H w - gy' "fy ' 1. f,.' , l , ' ,N J xf L IPL' X 5,5 , 453, qv 'V MISS AUBREY flag 9 M 'Q ,,-. gl rx -. 1 1 ' ,ff yy I n, ' 'WLADQ QHVK X VX 1 XR, X X President, Bob C.1merg Vice President, Malcolm Campbellg Secretary, Gwen Crohmang Treasurer, Anne Markley. 64 J'-""'!A M .V 'f'Vf', 0,4 W SOPHOMORE CLASS 47 b J .nj Y, 3 V " President, Don Schiveg Vice President, Bob Sherman, Secretary, Caroyle Ehmuantrautg Treasurer, Bruce Storms. Advisers-Mr. Keen, Miss Diehl. FRESHMAN GIRLS President, Bob Lampertg Vice PTC.S"id61lf, Bob Greene, Secretary, ,lean Martin, Treasurer, Dave Logan. Advisers-Mr. Wundcrly, Miss Pokomy. FRESHMAN BOYS 'G ,,,, FF C780 i A 52" F ti. EICHTH GRADE President, George Nclsong Vice President, Marilyn Picperg Secretary, Marilyn Robinson Treasurer, Harold Bonufieldg Advisers-Mr. Trout, Miss Garfinkel. SEVENTH GRADE Advisers-Miss Cubberley, Mr. VVright. 66 X illlanfifl-D .-.--f--.1-1. ,.- - . ..... . .. , VARSITY TEAM Front Row: Doyle, Mulligan, Iuunlmch, Misur, Sproul, Znucurio, Rnncon, Shinn W illxrl Boffinger Cfimeron Purcell. Middle Row: Mr. Miller, Vuzcucz, Mxingels, Scheer, Drum, Butterfield balomonc jorgenson B4-llusei, Hoppe, Garner, Mr. Clnrk. Baci: Row: Errnantraut, jenssen, llungt Mulcahy L'1BLlla Mlnke Cramer, SlllllIlOllS, Dell. wffzzff With only five returning lettermen, headed hy Captain Vincent Zaceario, Coach Clark took many untried recruits and whipped up a team that played the best brand of Football. Although playing an extra stiff schedule they emerged the victors in three contests while dropping six. No one will ever forget the Englewood and Cliffside Park games, Tie- bounding from previous losses both teams felt the full fury of an aroused Tigers powerful single-wing attack. ' The Teaneck game was one of the hardest games to lose. Again our hardy Tigers starred against the rugged Highwaymen. Tenafly held on to the lead until the final few minutes when Teaneck .crossed the goal line. The making of the extra point gave them the necessary margin of victory. The Turkey Day classic found the Tigers pitted 'against a spirited Dumont team. Holding on to a slender lead Clarks lads finally emerged victorious for the second year in a row. f Scores 1 We They 13 . . . Bergeniield . . . . 32 26 . . . Englewood . . . . 12 0 . . . Rutherford . . . . 13 0 . . . Hackensack . . . . 24 0...Leonia. ..41 12 . . , Teaneck ,.... . . 13 33 . . . Cliffside Park ..... 13 25 Ridgefield Park . . . 51 7...Dumont .6 IIJNTOR VARQITY 'ff ff" 3 ,, , .. VARSITY Front Row Moschella Swanson, Watterworth, Young, Azonico, R. Schaet, Meurer, Stevens, Byers, Claxton, Sch1ve D Schaet Back Row' Mr. Yockers, Stein, Murray, Taylor, Gattoni, Keeter, Hennessy, Frankie, Tait, Travers, Clark, McRonald, Hogan. 00061 For the first time in recent years Tenaflyis Soccer Team was one to be proud of. Coach Yockers in his second year as Soccer Coach, took his re- turning veterans reinforced with a host of untried sophomores and proudly brought forth the hardest fighting, scrappiest team to appear on the Soccer Held as of late. This year's season was the most successful in years. Again and again they consistently showed their opponents the type of rough and tough Soccer they were capable of, to earn the respect of every team in the league. This can be attested to by the statement of "Chef, Demarest, Hackensack coach, that we were the best team in the league and he could not under- stand why we did not win more games. To top off an excellent season Captain Robert Schaet had the honor of being named to the All-County and Honorary All-State Teams, also named to the All-County Team was Charles Swanson. Scores We TheY We They 3 1 Ridgewood 0 1 2 I Englewood 3 1 1 O Teaneck 1 2 0 1 Rutherford 0 1 2 O Hackensack 1 0 JUNIOR VARSITY axaeffaff The Basketball Team finished their campaign with an overall record of 9 - 12 including two wins in the State Tournament. The Tiger hoopsters were of cham- pionship caliber and this really looked like the year to make a bid for the League Title. A three point loss to Teaneck and a two point defeat at the hands of the champion Englewood Raiders knocked them out of the running. The rest of the season was played rather mediocre with four more close losses. This year was the year to go, but their back was broken by those two close early-season losses. The club was led by Bob Benedict, who ended up as high scorer in the league. "Benny" made the first team All-League and All-County Teams. Arnie Summers will be remembered for his long one-handers. Bob Peyton his aggres- siveness and terrific play in the tournamentg Walt Vallari, his ball hawkingg Eric Helsing, his long clean set shotsg lack Foody, his memorable foul shotsg Ron Mul- liken, his tap-insg and Nick DeMerma's driving for the basket are just a few of the things that can be recalled from the past season. nv'-f VARSITY Front Row: DeMenna, Vallari, Helsing Back Row: Foody, Bubko, Summers Benedict, Mulliken. Not Pictured: Payton. Scores We . . . . St. Cecilia . . . . . . . Bcrgenfield . . . . . .Westwood . . . 70 .... Rutherford . . 43 .... Hackensack . . 42 .... Ridgefield Park 70 .... Lconia .... 48 .... Teaneek . . . 51 40 .... Bogota ..... 44 58 57 .... Cliffside Park . 40 .... Englewood . . 56 .... Rutherford .. 55 .... Hackensack . . 54 .... Ridgefield Park ....Leonia..... ....Teaneck.... 64 49 48 .... Cliffside Park . 52 .... En lewood . . 51 49 40 ....Lodi..... ....Ramsey . . . . Englewood- . . ul- WHN5 Teaneck Ridgewood Paterson Teaneck Ridgewood Hackensack Hackensack Englewood Rutherford Englewood Rutherford Paterson Coach Trout and h1s hopefuls are out to avenge last years defeats and to regam the State T1tle they lost last vear The return of Mark Byers Ken Misar, Charles E Swanson and Charles W Swanson veterans plus several underclass- Zlflldl Cpdlfilly lgaxiefafa ff Y Schedule Rutherford Cliffside Park Teaneck Englewood Leonia Ridgefield Park Leonia Hackensack Rutherford Cliffside Park Teaneck Englewood Ridgefield Park Hackensack 7 VARSITY JXZJZXX XVitl1 many x'c'tc'1'z111s of lust yczifs team I'L'llll'lllIlg to thc cliamoncl this year, Coach Clark has un excellent core with which to lmilcl thc team. Thcsc lcttermcn include: lloh Benedict, Dick Hoppe, George Plvndcr, Buddy Schucrmzinn, Merrill Sproul. and Xvllllfxl' Valluri. I W JLWVQ FRESIIMAN X A . 'X I A A A ' A H A G' 1 Qi 7' ' I H V nf L ' t , A gs, " I ,I H 2 A ' H W ' . T A A 4 'Q A " - i A 1 Aix I X ' x . ,K .. Y , K A 4 W I H H 1 -4 F xi I 1. q'y,Ai ,ig 4 ik H . ' ,dna Y A Mfg A Q, f A tk ADA-J l H A TRACK TEAM , ff,-i. ij W WW W 0 QL jiiiwlivyl C7,,fyy'4!7 ,f-fl-wiv I7 SEE P' ' -W f W HUGH of Schedule Wig I KW glib 01110 :J 'I"O3 ul RidgeHe1d Park . . . ET H U ' . 'sr on H 'Y Rutherford ..... ena y M Vg 6 "7""T.:f U9 1 Leonia . . . . . Zyl-email 6 1 ,FZ Q -Tr' DJ.- ' Teaneck . . . . . y , A ff A Ml! I - 9 ff Hackensack ..... L ' lf' Cliffside Park .... lrrenafly r ' . 'mf Y ' Englewood Tenafly N. N. I. I. L. Meet New Jersey State Meet V of 4 x , 5 L X.. , ,,. QQLL is N .W Q, .L X W, x ' , 4 4. .X 'I 1 DON LAW in past years Coach Yockers, boys are outlofea-ni. that elusive League Title, a victory that this years team has a good chance of winning. The team is molded around a nucleus of returning veterans: Law, Schaet, Mulcahy, Vazquez, Lohman, and Salamone. 1 ",'?: e A fi? M i ' ,,,,..2 '- sl Alir Y -V - -ii ,-gm!! dhmfs VOLLEYBALL TEAM MISS SHAAKE MISS GALLAGHER HOCKEY TEAM 456. BASKETBALL TEAM T4 PP 79 W ,, ,, ,,,, ,. ,lu ,,. .,, A , , ,, , . I 'f5Q f f . I ,, 5 ,, n f ' 'ff 0' e cy? g Pat 155:10 Eileen Tassi Jackie Burton if f fi H n Z J 771 Connie Schieve give w""MJ RUTH ALBER Ann Spieldenner T 5 RUTH CARLSON E LA 1 ,fx Y CH 6 Emma smug ' i-, X X V X ff gfy X VTX! ,,,.---h- if fi- ,.-- - , Y f " x , A A-,-,.. i. 11. VN I X7 - , if 1- E 27 in PHYL xx Lfnfwvvwfv 76 f SHARON 'K I. 4 - f 1 5 'grfhi I , ,....---' tv Wzf Sl V 'fi Jlvfi .amy ,Q ,W ,f ,,Q Q9 iz, ,Ai If ' -W . ' gg 3, - s. IM limi!!!-335 I vga L , QW M4 zfmfff Q , fin ,, W' f?7w Qsffzimfkgiw Q fjwifhg, cfm an 'ge MKWWWMMQA W mawf QW fd 2206 5 :gb wa,, ..Qff!f vim oemig Wu 'W 9 MWQ ML' ,, ,Map W'.f5L07'V 1944! 40D,.Lgki4'7o-W2eJ57-any 50 4,,,g.s c..4CQ5'7vfQm? MM 5713 WZUAJ ww? :R A ? wx M QE 9410 !fJ?3j3fli A - ZKJJJMFI E wk, Af QMUR wb aj, W QKJM cgfffh-J " ZW EQPQEJW 'aff fi guy. D-K Pod ka? ,efqzg YLQ1-6 EQ? NW Me t qzq ZZ G . wx W ww QMMW My QQ 1f"ya 'W' gferg Cliff!! We, the Class of 1951, of Tenafly High School, of the Borough of Tenafly, County of Bergen, and State of New jersey, in order that we shall not be forgotten by the teachers and friends we leave behind us, do hereby make, publish, and declare this to be our Last Will and Testament and do hereby make the following bequests: To: , MISS FIT CH-enough formaldehyde to keep order during S. O. meetings MR. BUNN-an otlzicial list of students, names MR. WUNDERLEY-a pile of red slips MADAME DUBENSKY-some new French grammar books and a map of Europe SENOR MULLER-a new piano MISS WHITTAKEB-several hundred boxes of Christmas cards MISS HASTINGS--a carton of cigarettes MISS MITCHELL-the future of the Echo MR. GAWLEY--a still, to be used for instructional purposes only MISS HARGREAVES--a perpetual subscription to The American Observer MRS. DOWER-some Chippendale fumiture and Wedgwood china MR. WALMER--a new set of nerves MR. GRIFFITI-I-an unbreakable baton MISS HENSEL--a larger classroom MR. PROUD-half a comb and a stack of college applications MR. KEEN--some wool and needles, so he can knit in study hall MR. TEW-the numbers one, three, four, and Eve FRESHMEN--our alibis, excuses, and explanations SOPHOMORES---our ambitions and the ability to "get by" IUNIORS-one more wonderful year TEAMS--our wishes for successful seasons SCHOOL ORGANIZATIONS-lots of fun and hard work IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we, the Class of 1951, of Tenafly High School, hereunto set our hands and seals this fifteenth day of june in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and fifty-one. Sh d6'llI'0!l8' 5 V ENgl d 3 5353 Congratulations Class of 1951 D. 8. C. Chevrolet 28 County Road Tonafly, New Iersey 80 ENglewood 3-1683 NEWLAND C. PRIOR REAL ESTATE . . . BUILDER i' 10 HIGHWOOD AVENUE TENAFLY, NEW JERSEY STFIIDED GDFISS WOOD DECOR Compliments of UNITED CORNER CICAR STORE Harry Charlie Congratulations Seniors FEDERAL CLEANERS Tenafly, New jersey Q worm I Q., QATION WEE' 2 -'X'3'3QtE l!G'l'IiNG HW GI-URG-I PRODUCED BY cnmcqs caawrs fm-le J-lam - I8-'57 V' HHCDB Sfruows Uf VFENFI FLLI N'J' A Complete College and School Annual Service EN glewood 3-8364 nful cnu PHIHTIH6 cu Featuring . ARROW SOCKS . ' . STETSON HATS 802 - 806 SIP STREET UNION CITY, N. J INTERWOVEN SOCKS New Jersey Phone: UNion 7-2400 New York Phone: LOngacre 4-4084 1755 Washington Avenue Tenafly, N. I. ENglewood 3-2602 EDWARD IEWELERS 9 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE TENAFLY. NEW JERSEY ENglewood 3-5988 COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF OF TENAFLY DEPARTMENT LUND'S DELICATESSEN STORE Fumiture and Bedding Department on Second Floor 1916 WASHINGTON AVENUE TENAEEE NEW JERSEY 20 WASHINGTON AVENUE ENglewood 3-7884 TENAFLY, NEW JERSEY EN I d 4-9122 g ewoo Compliments of Ward,s Sport Shop E,,e,y,,,i,,g in Spming Goods Mr. and Mrs. Wllham F. Pell 17 WASHINGTON AVENUE TENAFLY, N. I. ENglewood 3-2966 The Pharmacy of . Renal Beaufq Sluclia F. W. Schmid Experts in all branches of Beauty Culture in Attendance "Ich Dien" Special Department for Childxen's and Ladies' Haircutting TENAFLY, NEYV IERSEY 29 HICHWOOD AVENUE TENAFLY, N. 82 Compliments of BOWERS PHARMACY Call ENglewood 3-1900 .... For Good Fuel EDWIN DEMAREST Warren H. Swift, Owner COAL, COKE, AND FUEL OIL COMPLIMENTS OF HOF STETTEITS BAKE SHOP TENAFLY, NEW JERSEY ENglewood 3-0304 ENglewood 3-0382 New Art Paint and Wallpaper Co. Artist Supplies S HIGHWOOD AVENUE TENAFLY, N. I "DEMAREST,S" PAINT - HARDWARE HOUSEWARE - GIFTS TENAFLY, NEW JERSEY ENglewood 3-5252 - 53 Wm. E. Baker and Co., Inc. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE STATION PLAZA TENAFLY, N. I New York Ofce: 55 Liberty Street ENglewood 3-3758 Toni Fabrics COTTONS - RAYONS - WOOLENS 4 JAY STREET TENAFLY, N. I ENglewood 4-0649 Bar - Nez GIFTS - COSMETICS - ELECTROLYSIS 8 JAY STREET TENAFLY, N. I COMPLIMENTS OF MR. and MRS. NORBERT R. PENDERCAST il? COMPLIMENTS OF CRE SSKILL PHARMACY John W. Scofield, Ph.G. CRESSKILL, NEW JERSEY ENglcwoocl 3-4737 Compliments of Helen B. Marshall REAL ESTATE ENg1ewood 3-5020 Tenally Market PRIME MEATS AND GROCERIES BIRDSEYE FROSTED FOODS Fresh Killed Poultry, Sea Food and Vegetables 1 HILL-SIDE AVENUE TENAFLY, N- 20 WEST CLINTON AVENUE TENAFLY, N. ENglew00d 3-5037 ENg1e-wood 3-5966 Garrett H. Felter Young Colony Shop REALTOR Mortgage Loans . . . Insurance Rei, Sistem 76 COUNTY ROAD TENAFLY, N. 1 EAST PALISADE AVENUE ENGLEWOOD, N. I ENglewood 3-9205 TENAFLY MOTORS, INC. AUTHORIZED FORD SALES and SERVICE 30 Highwood Avenue and 55 County Road Tcnafly, New Jersey ENglewood 3-4225 ENGEL'S FLOWERS Your Tenally Florist FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 81 Columbus Drive Tenafly, N. 84 I ENglewood 3-0454 Congratulations Class of 1951 Arnold M. Probst Company Saydah,S REALTORS . . . INSURORS Home Beautiful Linens 35 RIVEREDGE ROAD TENAFLY, N. J. 33 WASHINGTON AVENUE TENAFLY, N. I ENg1ewood 8-4503 Compliments of Miller's Barber Shop Steve Miller, Prop. CLINTON INN Tenally, New jersey VVASHIVGTONI AVENUE TENAFLY, N. . , , . . . L 1 I Bergen Countys Most Distinctive Eating Place ENglewood 3-7080 MODERN HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS GARCIA 61 FLETCHER, INC. Specializing in Steak Sandwiches New 81 U d C KAISER-FRAZER Sales Slsgervijgs Owned and Operated by Chagaris Brothers ENglewood 3-9858 I Compliments of Biff' The Most Important New Ca' In Amefwa The Lido Beauty Shop 310 County Road Tenafly, N. I. IW WASHINGTON AVENUE TENAFLY, N. I. 'Wmfzda TENAFLY o NEW JERSEY GIFTS TOYS 85 X mb . 1 Fl!! .x Q9 Y dw V3 x a X s . , M H K X. A J. xii' ' Tigx A nv .X .XX , Nl Ain xp' '19 P , Wy ' ' W o V fx, W xg X Q ,ff N? 'I' MMV., i I , - ,-. ENgleu-ood 3-1500 .iff rv- 7' i YS' fs. . . DA i Q ff X. " TENAFLY . nuw ctostn -nmouon snvlncs LUMBER and SUPPLY 1 Time marches on, they say, and your children's 1 "future" will be here before you know it. Your 5 wish and theirs for a college education be- 1 . . y comes real when you build savings through the l years. Start a savings account here now. Let our liberal earnings help your savings grow. Savings are insured to S10,000. TENAFLY MUTUAL SAVINGS fe'.ii'N CASSQCIATIQN 2 ao COUNTY ROAD, TENAFLY, N. J. - ENG.sz61o COMPANY ,T 4':-P 9 'I' ' 'fa de 2 VVEST CLINTON AVENUE TENAELY, NEXV JERSEY 5 Exguwwd 3-10083 l l Ruth Nagle W Lingerie - Hosiery - Sporuwear 1 18A VVASHINCTON AVENUE TENAFLY, N. 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