Tottenville High School - Purple Parrot Yearbook (Staten Island, NY)
- Class of 1954
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TOTTENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
STATEN ISLAND, NEW YORK
As a person grows older. he
oeeasionally reviews his experi-
' enees in terms of the question,
"What were the best years of my
life?" Are they the carefree days
ol' irresponsihle Childhood or the
sensitively aware teenage years?
George liernard Shaw said that
youth is sueh a wonderful thing
that it's a shame to waste it on the
young. Right now you may helieve
gy that the hest years will he the time
when you arrive with full maturity
t ii ,li at the height of your Career and ful-
Q il ll 1 fillnient of family relationships.
l ' Thereis a pattern of thought in the
if if Z' il ' initrd of man. however. which char-
. ' 47 Wt '-..,' my y-,4',,, 5 3 aeteristieally harks hack to a
,ml I' I' "Colden Ageu of civilization in the
Q Q, All iii.D.Diewt5,l' dint past like the Garden of
Eden or whieh nostalgieally seeks
the fountain of youth like Ponee de Leon or Faust. hartering his eternal soul to the devil to recap-
ture the bliss of heing young. If we do not wish to lelude ourselves hy a eonstant eseapism. we have
to develop early the philosophy that eat-li stage in our lite eau have its own golden aura. As Ulysses
said, 'GI am a part of all that I have niet." and so every luuuan experienee. painful or uplifting. is
woven into the very fahrie of our heing to help us live with insight and appreeiation. to develop
Courage to face erises, and to he a tower ol' strength in our personal and soeial relationships. May
you find that the many-faceted experienee of your high sehool years has inade you realize the need
for continued development of mind and spirit not only for your own happy adjustment to the future
but for your worthwhile eontrihution to soeiety as well. Thus we eau say with Wordsworth. "The
Child is father of the man."
WE, THE CLASS Cl: '54, in realization of the many services
Mr. Mattei has given us during our four years at Tottenville High
School, and of the hard work he has done to help us travel smoothly
from freshmen to seniors, dedicate this yearbook to him, our grade
advisor, our helper, and our friend.
WV. Hallm in
,NIIISIC AND ART
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de to the Seniors
Four years ago, in the month of September.
We started a journey that we'll always remember.
We started a high school course of study
which soon, through the years, became muddled and muddy.
With a few years behind us, our brains became stale,
But we kept plodding onward, though it seemed to no avail.
But we've spanned the years now, we'zfe seen it all through,
And now wegre set for something new.
And we must admit that, complain as we will.
Weave had a good time at Tottenfzfille.
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Arista: Honor Roll l-3: Fresh-
man Assembly: Pres. Reg. 2:
Science Program 2: Euterps 3.
-1. T. 3: Discussion Club 5-8:
Fashion Show 6: Sec. Dr. Smith
3. -1: Dance Club 2. 3: Art Club
4: College Club 6-3: Spani-li
Club 5: Treas. Reg. T. 8: Craft-
BETTY IEAN BECKER
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ship I. 2: Dance Club T: Squad
Leader 3. 4. T. 3: Marshal 5. 6:
Initiation Committee T: No Late-
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Roller Skating Club: Sec. Ali--
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Honor Roll I-8: Tre-as. Reg. 2-4:
Vice Pres. Reg. 5. 6: Spanish
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College Club T. 8: Sec. Mr. Hal-
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Alaishal 5-3: Freshman Assem-
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Clier-rleatlers 5-8: Tre-as. Reg. l:
Marshal 2: Dance Club 3. 4. T. 8:
Mercury Club 7. 8: Batlminton
Tournament 5: Table Tennia
Tournament 1: Pep Rally 5: Soft-
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Baml 1.63 Inu-rclasa Basketball:
11..m,1- Roll 5. 71 Assembly Pm-
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Honor Roll 2-4. 6: Excellent Citi-
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10091 Aim-nclance 2. 4: Badmin-
ton Tournament 4. 6: Table Trn-
nis Tournament 1. 3. 5: Sec. 125:
Sec. Miss Miner: Sec. Miss TOT'
gf-nge-ng Sec.,220: Mercury Club
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Freshman Assembly: Class Treas.
5: Interclass Basketball 5: Yar-
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Sec. MT. Haney 53. 4: Q Roller
Skating Ckub 3: Table Tennis
Tournament -I-. 6: Softball Club
6: Batlmiuton Turtruament 5:
Daitut- Club 5. 6.
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Naraity Basketball T. 8: Col-
legiate Party 5-R: Mgr. T. 3:
Treas. Reg. l. 2: Set: Reg. 5. 6:
llonor Roll 1-3: Lab. Squad -1-8:
Marshal l-3: 3 P.S.:X.L. Awards:
Spanish Club 3: Fl't'rl1IllLiIl As-
st-tnbly: 1005 Mtetttlarit-11 l-3.
GEORGE E. DAYIDSON. JR.
Honor Roll 1-8: Latin Award 3:
Pres. Latin Club 5: Lab, Squad
6-8: Band 1-6: Euterps 1-6:
FT tn Assembly: Engli-h A--
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Euterp- 1: Hmkg. Club 1: Table
Tenni- Tournament 1. 6: Dani-f
Club 5. 6: Badminton Tourna-
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1-3: Sec. Mis- Blackie 3-3: Sw.
Mis- Egan 5-8: French Club 5. 6.
Honor Roll 3. 4: Sec. Bliss Kof-gl
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3-5: Pres. Sketch Club 3-5: Ex-
cellent Citizen-hip 5: Art Award
6: Gym Leader 5-8: Purple Par-
rot Staff: Ping Pong Tournament
1. 3. 6: Badminton Tournament
3: Cancer Certificate 4: Squad
Leader 3. 4.
Sec. Mi-Q Sheehy 2: See. Hi--
Cf---ner 2: Euterp- 4: See. Ili--
Reuter 3-5: Swimming Club 3:
Spanish Club 3: Softball Club 4:
Collegiate Party 4: Danoe Club
1. T. 3: Engli-h Skit 1.
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Ani'-tg Leader T. 2: Honor Roll
overs' teriiig Four 9092 Certifi-
calji-,f Bap-d.g?3: Euterps 5. 6:
Progressive Party l-8: Clase Sec.
3,'4: 'Dif5ussi0'n"C1ub 5-35 Soft-
ball om, 4:-'volleyball Club 5.
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Ere-hmen Assembly: Bronze PS.
A.L. Auard 3: Sec. Mr. Wald-
man 5. 6: Senior Freshman
Danse T: Squad Leader T. 8.
Progre--ive Party 1-4: Sec. Miss
Nladrlen: Table Tenni- Tourna-
ment 1. 3. 5. T: Badminton Tour-
nament 5: Honor Roll 2: Yolley-
ball Club 5-T: Marshal Lunch
Room 5: Dance Committee 5:
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Club 5.6: Dance Club 6-8: Fresh-
man A--embly 1: Purple Parrot
Staff: Initiation Staff T: Euterps
T. 3: Se-ning Club T. 8.
Honor Roll 1. 3-6: Three 1005?
Attendanre Certificates: Sec. 311:
Bu-ing 5-8: SPC. iN1i-- Berman
3. 4: See. Miss Crow 1. 2: Bad-
minton Tournament 3: Volleyball
Club 3: Roller Skating Club 3:
Winner Badminton Single-1 Third
Suimming Club 2: Dance Club
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mr-nt Singh-S ll: Volle-yball Club
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Basketball I. 3. 5. T.
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Citizenship 5. 6: Initiation Com'
mittee 7: Sewing Auarfl 4-6:
Pitman Shortlianrl Awartl 6: Typ-
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Mc-dal 6: I Bronx P.S.A.L. Pin
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Fitzmauricf- T. 8: OHM-ce 220 T. 3:
Fashion Show 6: Iiutf-Vps 4. 7. 8A
CONSTANCE Fl EDELDEY
Soc. Miss Porter: Tabla Tennia
Tournamf-nt: Holler Skating
Honor Roll l-8: Exvwllent ffiti-
zvnship I-8: Perlt-Ct Attwnclailw
I-8: Band I-6: Omiaf Club 5. 6:
Lab. Squarl 3. 4: Intvrflass Foot-
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Gvrn Oflice 3. 4. T. 8: Dance
Club 3-8: Skating Club 3: Barl-
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Scliwing T. 8: Sec. Klr. Fisler T.
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Marshal 5, 6: Honor Roll 6:
lnterclass Basketball 4. 6. 8:
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Marshal 1. 2: Progressive Party
l-8: Sec. Mr. Stolzenthaler 3. 4:
Discussion Club T. 8: Dance
Committee T. 8: Dance Club T. 8.
Arista 5-8: Honor Roll 1-8: Band
1-8: Euterps 3-8: 905 in Gym
every term: Sec Mr. Fisler 4. 5:
Sec. Mr. Waldman 4. 5: Dance
Club 3-8: Volleyball Club 3. 5:
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Committee 3-5: Softball Club 4.
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Sec. Reg. 1: Sec. Miss Miner
4. 5: Sec. Alle: Brougham T, 8:
llonor Roll 1. 3-8: Sec. Mercury
Club 5. 6: Omiaf Club 5, 6:
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Night: Excellent Citizenship 1:
Freshman Assembly: 1009? At-
tendance l-5: Table Tennis Tour-
nament 3. 5: Marshal 3.
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Class Treas. T. 8: Perfect At-
ler 'ance 3. 4: Excellent Citizen-
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1 . r sing: ljlziinatics
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Hl7QJCOl1llI1 , Ho 0 011
l. 3, 4. 6: . . Gym eader 7:
Rollt? Sglfifluq 3: Pep
Rallffil " T: B'fg11Tl3H Assem-
bly: No Lateness 1-8: Perfect
Alexander Medal P.S.A.L. Pins.
Honor Roll 2. 3. 6: Dance Club
2, 3: Spanish Club: Sec. Mrs.
Davison 3, 4. T. 8: Hmkg. Club:
Ping Pong Tournament 2: Sec.
Miss Brougham 7. 8: lllarshal
T. 8: Mercury Club Pres. T. 8:
No Lateness 1-8: Excellent in
t 'uf' V My-9 Ifheniixl
llonor,Roll T. RQISQ-c. Mrs.
Gable-J5. 65 Slim-. Mr. Slollvn-
thaler Tg ,5R'asi-lrall Tr-um 6. Hg
Abllllarslialyivlb. 61 ,Roller Skating
.All 3 4 Perlet l c
lull t. I -U lu Att:-mam-A
I--13-.No l,at.x-miss I-5. T. 83 lnlvr-
cllass Haslgclhall 8.3 Disrussion
tlub i. 8. -.
Raml I. 121 Eute-rps Hg Woman-
lvss Wt-tlmling lg Interstate Bantl
F4-stival 23 Perfect Atteittlamw-
I-3g lslantl Championship Haml-
ball Team 6. gl Interclass Ras-
lietball I-8: Squatl L4-atlvr l.
Pres. Reg. Ig Progressive Party
3. 4: Interelass Basketball 6. 6.
Sec. Mrs. Prehn 61 Dance Club 5:
Sec. Mrs. Morris 63 Volleyball
Club 5g Progressive Party I. 2.
Arista 5-8. Honor Roll 1-8g Edi-
tor Purple Parrot: Delegate Em,
pire Girls' State: tollcge Club
5-8: Lab. Srfuafl 5, 65 Spanish
Club 3. 6: Sec. Mr. Hanev 3. 41
Sec. Mr. Mattci 7. gl Danm-
Club 3: Softball Club 4: Bowl-
ing Club 5: Excellent Citizen-
ship 2-6g No Lateness 1-4. 63
Freshman Assemblyg Seif-nce As-
srmbly 5: English Assembly 4.
Honor Roll 3-53 Omiaf Club 5-7:
Volleyball Club 5-T: Dance Club
5-T: Sec. Mrs. Drill 5. 6g Su-tx
Miss Peterson 5. 6.
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4 - will "": Q
T' 'ie ' 5
Sec. Office 220 I-43 Sec. Mr.
Halloran 7. 8. Progressive Party
4: 80 Word Shorthand Certifi-
r-ateg Mercury Club Tg Initiation
Comm. 7: Honor Roll 5. 6: Open
Sr-bool Night T.
liarlminton Tournament 5. ..
Table 'Tennis Tournament 3.
Stage Foreman 5-8g Dance Com-
mittee T-8: Three P.S..-LL Pins:
Skating Club 3-4: Interclas- Bae-
kt-tball 5. 63 Progressive Party
3. 4: Hall Marshal 3-6: Cafe.
Marshal 5. 6: Squad Leader T. 8.
Marry a ,llillionaire
Sec. Office 125 1. 2. 5-8: Dance
Club 3-6g Progressive Party 3-6:
Ping Pong Tournament 4: Bank
MARY .IANE KELLY
llonor Roll 2-43 Softball Club -1:
Sec. Mr. Haney 3-83 Bowling
Club 5g Ser. Miss Gross I. 2:
Dance Committee 5: Sec. Mr.
Driscoll T: College Club 5:
Fra-slnnan Assembly 11 Ping
Pong Tournament 2: Progressive
Party 4. 5: Dance Club 4. 5. T.
Domestic Science Teacher
-Krista 5-3: Excellent Citizen-
ship I-81 Honor Roll 1-8: Per-
fect Attendance 1-4. 6. T3 Pro-
gram Comm. I-63 Block T 4:
See, Mr. Busing 21 Sec, Mr.
lfisler 4-T: Sec. Dr. Smith 5-T:
Sec. Mr. Mattei 4-61 Volleyball
Club 3. 5. 7: Pres. Ilmkg. Club
T. 8: College Club 5-T: Softball
Club 4. 6: Swimming Club 3. 4:
Dance Club 3. 4.
RALPH JOSEPH KIRKNIAN
U. S. .Yury
Interclass Basketball 2. 3: Lab.
Squad 1: Euterps 2-3: Omiaf
3: Honor Roll 3: Band 1-4.
Progressive Party I-8: Dani-e
Club I-8: Swimming Pin 4: Sw.
Dr. Smith 3-6: Euterps If!-8:
Table Tennis Tournament 4. 6:
Mgr. Volleyball Club T. 8: Treas.
Dance Club T. 8: See. Hi--
Brougham T. 8: Sr. Freshman
Dance Committee T: Dramatir-
Club T, 8: Chairman Ring Comm.
6: Dance Committee T. 8,
PATRICIA KRI. SE
Yolleyball Club 3. T: Softball
Club 4. 6, 3: Roller Skating
Club 3: Dance Club T. 8: Eu-
terps 4. T. 3: Table Tennis Tour-
nament 2, 6. 8: Volleyball Tour-
nament 3. T: Badminton Tour-
nament 3 T: Chess Club 4:
Fashion Show 6: Crafts Club T:
Sec. Crafts Club T: Swimming:
Club T: Two P.S.A.L. Pins: One
Sec. Mr. Busing T, 8: 100W At-
tendance 2. 3: Marshal 2: Soft-
ball Club 4.
Student Court Judge 7. 8: Pres.
Reg. I-8: J. V. Basketball 3-6:
Varsity Basketball T. 8: Honor
Roll I-4: Collegiate Party I-8:
Baseball I-8: Freshman Assem-
bly: No Lateness I-8: 1002 At-
tendance 2. 3: Squad Leader 1.
2. 7. 8: Three Bronze P.S.A.L.
Pins: Dance Comm. 4-6: Sr.
Freshman Dance 7.
Rl SSELI. LANG
Class Pres. I: Freshman Assern-
bly: Marshal I-4: Honor Roll
3-8: P.S..-LL, Pin I-8: Roller
Skating Club 4.
IJ -XX ID L.-XNGTRY
Krista: Honor Roll 1-8: Lab.
Squad 3-8: P,S.,X.L. Pin: Col-
lege Club T: French Club 5. 6:
Dis'-u--ion Club 5. 6: Tennisgj- f-Juv
tfluli 3. 6: Dramatics Club 3. 4:0412
Freshman Assembly: 9052 Cer-
Iifivate 3. 6: Latin Club 3. 4:
Svi:-iivf' Assembly 6,
DIED! Amen. 3, Nas'
Rl TH ELLEN LARSON
llorroy Roll '1-8? Eotyff,911f7C.Cer.
Citizeiisliip 2. 3. 5.f6,1'iB,anfl I-8:
litili-rps lit! Pri!-Q'ali:i-if Vflnnrn.
2-1-2 lfrgmiitjlkill Spanish
fjiui, 2-4f'l'S-at-. xii.. Egan 5-8.
Sw: Hrs. Cahill 5-8: Dance Com-
mittee T. 8: Purple Parrot Staff
T. 8: Disvussion Club 5. 6: Col-
lege Club T. 8: No Lateness I-8.
'V XVCY LELLA
llnonzenls Arr Forre
See. Reg. 2: Sec. Mr. Haney 3:
llonor Roll 3: Collegiate Party 1.
DOROTH Y LEWERS
l'TI'0'SllI'I13Il Assembly: Dramatics
Club 3-8: See. Mr. Busing 5, 6:
Sei-. Nfr. Fisler 3-T: Lab. Squad
T. 8: Honor Roll 6.
U. S. Navy
lntn-rflass Basketball 2. 3: Rid-
ing Club 1.
FI'1'Slll1l21ll A--1-lnlnly lg Spanish
Skit lg l11'ogr1-sfaivv Purly 2-83
Dillllil' ffluln Il-83 llzlllvc- Cmn-
lllllllrt' 3-.ug Sw. llznnw- ilonnnil-
lm' 3. fir: Nw. llym Ul'li1'1- 5-83 '
lllllfff Allvliilzlliu- I-21 Snlllmll
l-lllll 61 Sqnaul l.:-nil:-I' 6: 'llwu
, y . .
lylllllg l.l'I'lllll'illl'S 6.
Mvrvury lllulng Umial lyllulig
Danwf fllulv 4, U
Sr-C. Mr. Lmfwii 3--lg Sw'-. Mr.
Busing 5-6: Sw. Mr. FiIm1aLl1'im-
7-81 Excellf-nl llilim-nship 5-6g
Dance Cluln 3-H1 flulln-giale Parlv
MARY ELLEN MALONE
Sec. Mins She-1-hy 3-6g Svc. Mi
Busing 7-83 Sw. Mis. Drill 7-3g
Mercury Clulr 7-8g Orniaf Clula I
7-8g Exmzfflh-nt Cilizn-nsllip 6g ,
Honor Roll 5-6.
Honor Hull l-1. 6-8g Pr-rfecl iAl-
Il-'1ldaI'1Cl'1 Swv. Hvgi. l. QQ Yiw-
Prf-s. Re 7-3. Hollvl' Skating
ljlulm 3--L. I',I'1hjgl'l'5!-lXl' Party 3-ll
7.35 Diugusuiull llluln 6-31 Damn-
Clull T-8: Dau' -. -
. WM ,
. . 6 5,3
if :VI ' vi"
79 W.. -
Q' f X I Tse,
DOROTHY MAZI., REK
Collegian- Party 1-23 Sec. .Nli-f
Shcr-liy 3-65 Dano? Club 5, T:
Mercury Club 5, 7, Hg llfmfff
Roll 65 Sr-C. Mi-5 RffUlPT 7. 3:
S4-C. Murrury Club 75 Umiaf
fllull 7. 31 Gym Squad Lflaalflr 7.
83 60 Xwlliffl Shorthand Pin:
P.T.A. lliwtaplmne 7.
lv. S. rx-fllil'
lnl4-rf'lu-- lla-lwtlyall 3: P5..-X.L.
I-'li XNK NlvXNlJHl:1YY
Swwiul Slufliv- Play ll ljaml l.
3-83 .Nlar-liul 7. H: D+-1 oratin: 8
Rvfrl--lunvnt fluni111ittw'- Senior-
l"rw-lmrnan. 8 llarxf'-I .Nlfwn llrip
Progre---iw Party 1. 3. 7: Dame
Club 1-6: Sw. Riagg. S. 63 5-r.
Miff Mackie 5: Sf-Q, XIi-- ,lur-
gvri-vii 3: 5:-rx Nlr-. Prvlin 6:
lllllldilnll Lliullilllilirf- T3 l'lU11.j,f
Roll 6: Sec. Hr. Yllrldinan 7:
Opt-n Svlioul Night 5: Pfli..-X.
Mooring 6: Talvlv TwnniQ Tourna-
I114'lll 6: llanw- flolniniltw 5'
Omiuf llluli 3. 6.
TIIUXI XS Nl.-LRXLQREN
SVP. Nllw. llrill 7. S.
.I XX Nh-Ill UNNELL
Sw. Nlr. SlHlZl'llllll1ll'I' 4.
PATRICIA MAE MCCOVERN
Sec. Miss Madden 5. 6: No Late-
ness 4. 5. 7. 8: Bowling Club
4. 5: Discussion Club 7. 8.
Freshman Assembly: Yollf-yball
Club 5: Collegiatf- Party Assem-
bly 6: Dance Club: Squarf- Danci-
Club: Softball Club 6.
Prfs. Reg. 2: Ilonor Roll 5: In-
torclass Baskwtball 5.
Lire in P6HH.SI'fliUHl-ll
Pres. RPg.: Trfas. Rf-g. I 2:
Honor Roll I. 2: Two P.S.A.L.
Pins: Interclas- Basketball 5:
Gym Squad Lf-arler 8.
Softball Championship 3.
Sec. Miss Jorgensen I: Svc. Miss
Miner 6: Sec. Pr:-bn I.
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Honor Roll I-3. 5. 6: Danu-
Club I. 2. 5. 6.
Softball Club 3: Ping Pong Tour-
namvnt 3: Tabla- Tr-nnis Tourna-
Honor Roll 3: Class SPC. I, 6:
Class Trfaas. 2: Dance- Club I. 61
Yolls-yball Captain I: Softball
Captain 3. 6.
IEANNE 3 t Ngiz'
H., R01 wt. 3-6gA.fgec. Mr.
?M ttf-i 4158: Swv. QIL Busing 3,
4: sqyillsss Mlatillie 5, 6- ash-
rpiVu"'Ass bIvgbEn,glis Assem-
bly 41,, Qf6S5lX'E .-sf-mbly 6:
Progfam Commit. I-3: Spanish
Cluli 3, 4: BanfIIx3: 4: Progres-
sive Party 5. 6. N
Marshal 3, 4: Asst. Miss Mackie
7. 8: Squad Lf-ador 7. 8: Four
Colle-giale Party I: Latin Skit I:
Hr-acl Marshal 2: Marshal I. 3:
Sf-C. Mr. Busing 7. 8: SGC. Mr.
Fislor 5, 6: Sec. Mr. Schwing
I, 2. 7, 8: Soc. Miss Mackie 4:
Badminton Tournamflnt 3: Ten-
nis Tourname-nt 4: P.T.A. Night
6: Cafoteria Work 3-6.
See. 1-6: Table Tennis Tourna-
ment l-6: Freslnnan Asa-enilmlyg
Raqlmintnn 'lwuurnanio-nl 3.
P.S.A.L. Pin 4: Band 7. 8: llonnr
go ' Fix T eucher
r onor fl Z Ullf
zens 'p reas.
A' 5-8: Cl e, s 5-8:
77Band 1-8' erik 1-8: See.
'1N'Ig59Gal1' 3-8, Sec. Miss Mackie-
81 V sgivn- wily!! 5-8 :.
arr t. ' ' , :I Pre:-.
L in Club yin Leatler 6:
Asst. Gym Leader 7.
Sing like Johnnie Ruuv
Perfect Attendance 1-4: Sm-.
Reg. 3: Basketball Tournament
5. 7: Marshal 4: Stage Crew 3-5:
Freshman Assembly: Nu Lats--
ness l-4: Tliree Bronze Jkwartl-.
Student Court Clerk 7. 8: llonnr
Rnll 1. 22, 6: S1-4'-, Xlis- Koegl
2-8: Collegiate Party l-8: Danu-
Club 3. fl. 6-8: Dann- Connnittvt-
1-. 5. 7. 8: Free-liman .fksw-lnlilyz
Ping Pong Tournament 2: l'.T,.f'X.
Cooking Exllibitiun 5: Caleulalm'
li'II'4'lI!llIIAI' in Nuzyx
Pmgre--ixe Party 1-8: Hall 'Xlaiv
-lial 3 4: lnterrlaw Basketball
1-6: Nlar-lial Po-t 5. 6: l'r:-5.
Reg. 3. 1: Squatl Lealler 7. R1
See. N11-5 Nlavkin- 7. 8: FI'!'4llll1Llll
llonor Roll 2. 4. 7. 8: No Late-
ness 1-8: Noj Absence 2. 3. 5 8:
lnterelass Basketball 3: Marebal
5-8: llanflbzrll Team 1953-54 fle-
lanrl Cbampst: Tennis 'Team
1954: Tennis Club 7-8: Spani-b
Club 3. 4: WinL1f:ri'l'enni- Tour-
nament: Three Bronze Awards:
Assembly Program 4: lnler-
whool Tennis Tournament and
S1-r-. Nile- Reuter 1-8: ben. Reg.
3: CH. Rep. 1: Hunor Roll 6:
Dance Club 3-7: Dance Commit-
tee 4-5: 1007? Attenflanvf- 5-6:
Softball Club 6: Prugrffs-ixe 5-6:
90? fllievrnn- 1-8: Squad Lfrafler
l. 5: Exf-elle-nt Citizen-hip 1. 4-6:
80 Wnrfl Str-n. Certificate 6:
Mr-rcrury Club 7: See. Nli-- Miner
T: P.S.fX.L. Pin 6,
Dance Club 2: Girl- Softball
f,.lub 1: Office 131: bee. 311-S
Km-gl 1: Ser-, Reg. 2: Honor Roll
3. 5, 6: Nu l.atene-- 6: Swim-
ming Club 6: Exr-ell'-nt Citizen-
ship 2. 5: Sec. Nlr-. Halle 2.
CARL ORQELLH' H
Arista 7. 8: Honur Roll 1-8: CD.
Rep. 7. 8: Empire Boys State 6:
Spanish Club 1-4: College Club
5-8: Discussinn Club 7. 8: Tennis
Club 6-8: Tenni- Team 6-8: Sec
Mrs. lfaliill fi Sec. Dr. Smitli
7-8: See. Mr. Hail:-i 7. 8: Purple
Purim Stall 7-8: lnterc-la-- Bas-
ketball 1. 6. 8: Marshal 5-8:
1005 Xtlemlaliw- 1. 2-3. 5-8.
TlNl0TllY 031 l.LlX XN
.lunior kai'-ity lla-kr-tball 5-6:
' - v
Xairsity Basketball .-lv.
I F Q, Teaclzvr
Plnuur Hull l-8: 100275 Attevfl-
lIllt'1' l-3: N1 1..aih'11ess 1-8: Se ,
11155 Sklaii' 2: See. 7!'lr.,AV:llR-
man 3-1: Sw, X15 Mackie 5-8:
Svc. Dr. Smitlx 7-8: jluterpu 1.11
ilalvtwia Klan'-lial Q: 'Nlar-lial 2:
lrwgressivefl-8: I mgr.-S-iw Del-
'illlr' 4-fi: lylam-4' Club 2-81 llanev
llmiiiiiillve I5-8: Fee, l1anw Cmn-
mill-'v' 5: Snfillill 1'luli6,
P jp ,xfppgygv JW H
Spanish Club I-2: Honor Roll
3-4: Interclass Basketball 3. 5:
Two Bronze P.S.A.L. Pins.
Honor Roll 2. 5-6: Softball Club
GEORGE A. PEARSOX
Class Pres. I-2: Interelass Basket-
ball Tournament 3.
DAYID A. PETERSON
Band I-6: Marshal 3. 5-T: Eu-
terps I-3: Dance Club 3. T-8:
Dance Committee 3: College Club
5-6: Dramaties Club T.
Band 5-3: Euterps 5-8: Honor
Roll 6-3: College Club T-8: Snow
Ball Dance 6: Progres-ixe 4:
American Legion Rally 5: Hmkg.
Club 3-3: Vice Pres. Hml-cg.
Club 6: Dramaties Club 5: See.
Miss Jorgensen I: See. Mrs.
Prehn 2: See. Hr. Driscoll T-8:
Freshman Assembly I.
Sec. Miss Bonauit Term 3. Alr,
Stolzenthaler 3: Interela-s Bas-
ketball 4. 6, 33 Honor Roll I. T:
Marshal Squail T. 8.
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Arist-a'6-8:'Honor -Hill I-8: Pro-
gram Cominittee I--1: Freshman
.Assembly l: S+-rg. fNIr. Hyman
5434. Latin'-Club 3: vm- Brom
Class 5: Vryllxeyliall Club 5-T3
Discussion 'Qlub' 5: -Collegiatqf
2--1: See. Reg. 5. 6: Roller Skat-
ing Club.3: Badminton Tourna-
ment 3: 'Table Tennis Tourna-
ment -1. ,T ,
See. Mr. Wialrlman 23 Alirneo.
Room' 354: Lab. Squad 558:
Sc-ienee Assemblv 8: Interclass
Basketball 6: Discussion Club
T. 3: College Club Y. 8: Discus-
sion Club Assembly 8. Q, f
If S. .llarines
Banfl I-8: Omiaf Club 5. 61
Senior-Freshman Danoe T: PS.
A.L. Pin 4-6.
.XRTIII R POWELL
Xri- T. 8' .f -829,4
A. 1. ro . res. Reg. 3:1'iHrirX!1
S . Reg. 4: T 't t itizen-
ship terc ai 'et-
ball ' 0 rnament
W . f leg . -8:
nni- Clu T. ' ' a
r ' 1 ' . e AT?
7. 8. S .ef 7.'. 0011
Atteni nee I. 0. 6.
CXROLE ANN POWICK
Freshman Assembly I: Table
Tennis Tournams-nt 4: Progres-
siu- I-3: Cafeteria illarsbal 3:
Skating Club 3-4: Sec. Mr.
SCl1Vt'iI1g 3--I1 Swv. SIOIZPII-
thaler 3--1. T-8: Yolleyball Club
T: Badminton Tournament 5:
Danw- Club 3-T: Honor Roll 5-62
Initiation Committee T: Vice
Pres. AI:-retiry Club 5.
DANIEL A. PYNN
No Lateness I-8.
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ti f 19
Ilonor Roll 1. fig I'1I'l'5IlIIlLlIl As-
SEITIIJIYZ EXf'f'Ill'I1I Cilizn-naliip
2-5g Sw. Misa ,IIIIQUIISPII 3. 'Ig
Sf:-C. Nlrs. Barbunvl 3-5g Ilanizs-
Connnillvr- fl, 53 Ylarslial l. 21
Ping: Pong TOllI'IlLlIlIl'IlI 2. 'lg Ilunl-
minton Tournunn-nl Zig Yolli-yball
Club 3g Softball Club fl-g Clin-M
Club flg I'e'rlf:f'l AIIUINILIIIVI' 2. fl.
Honor Roll 1-3: Svieiiw' lflxllibil
13 Inle-rclaas Baalwtball 1. 7:
CIIEIHIIIIOIISIIIIJ Sollball IZ: Cllaln-
pionship Foolball -'lg Squad Lvail-
or 5-Hg Ilasflball 31 Bowling Club
Arista 7 39 C0II'fl4'f CIUIJ 539
3 Hon Roll 1- g bllarebal
. ' i f-'sf 14.
6 , L 1- 6, -Itin-
f I' I 9- Pur :lu Pal' I .Q
1 ff f ' " i
f f I Ab. se ' ' ' I affnffs
W I . . m wi - Ulf 7- 32 I "milf
Club 5,61 "f Tl H A--ffmblyg
V Q A En I", ,fall 5 4' Exwllffnt
I ' iZ'n llip 2:0 T11 F' 31111
27 1 ' X 1 lfff J'
I Ur ,I ,lv C1-63 4 VC, mg, g
I A di N., f. 9, 17' " , . Omiaf
M lil .1 ' 1' .R .Ti 'fwfr-
T Lf! . .vo ,fi f' .gf all
I , f ' U1 63 lollff M -3 'i gg Club
fp, . I
X 'S fix. Nl atv Party 6: C0ll"2l2ii"
If , I vlf- I 3. fl' AL- . Cvm I.f1aflPr
' Dorlnr , ,
Honor Roll 1-43.76-8: Exif-Ili-nl I ii
Citizenship. -8? Src. DK Smith V,,. 1 .
2-35 Soc. . r. Blabrtei 5-61 Clara ' X V '
PH:-sl'1g Piggrain Comm. 1-6g X ff :.,'f'
Lab. Squaw-I 3-3: Collwgn- Club
5-8. Spanish muh '3-6. 9092, i Q, f
Chevron- 1-35 ifcuasirip Cl.ul.9'5g
Bowling Clu ,Sr Twnnisi'114fam Mgr. 6g Table fliennis Tourna-
rnffnt 2. --1. 6: Baflmimfm Tourna-
mvnt 3. 5.
Honor Roll 1-51 Pre-S. Roy. 2:
Ping Pong 2. lg Marshal 3-6:
Softball 4g Danrw 5-6g Vollvy-
ball 5g Sf--rf. KI.ie-s Brougham 6g
Squad Lf-aclwr T: No Lair-new
1-75 All Rounrl ixIf'flHI 6g All
Rounrl Swimmingg P.S.A.1,. Pin
Honor Roll 65 S1-rx Mr. Ifislrlr
2-3g Svc. Miw Brougham 3-65
Spanish Club 3g If-arlminton
Tournamf-nl 3. 33 Slwtcll Club 13
Bowling Club 53 N11-morial Day
Pararlf- 6g SPC. Nliws Koflgl 7-8,
Purple Parrot Slafl 8.
Hull Room ljflI1f'f'f
Sf-C. Xlr. Buiingz 3, 6: Svc. NIV.
Matin,-1 T. 8: Sf-rn Omiaf Club T:
Omiaf Club 2, 7. Hg Dann- Club
7, 85 Sf-C. Reg. 2: Clas- Lf,-arlf-1'
5: Squad Leailvr 6.
' ' .:. 5'
X ff: 91
, Wf 4
-,A -J, f
if ,, '
my ,fy ff
, I .
l. 2: Purplf- Parrot Staff.
IJXVI N HCIIXFFIQR
f,Ill'l'lIl'U! ll"nrl.'er ur TVYMSI
UIIIIHI flluly Yollf-ylifill Clllll
I. 6: 1007 Atrwrlrlancf' 1-6: No
I.aif-n4--- 1-6: Winning: Tfdarn Yol-
lvyball Club 6.
.Il NE SCHA1"FNIiR
RTA. Calfulatorz Honor Roll 1.
,, 33 Sw. NIL- Nluntz 2: I-'.H.,X.
3. 43 S+-cz Library 4: Sw. Reg.
-1: Sw-. Miss Barbanvl 4: Pro-
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THIS IS HEAVEN , v... ,.. E ight study periods a day
ONCE IN A WIHILE ,. . ,..., W Ie do our homework
AT LAST, AT LAST .,,ee, . ,,eee,-,,,,,e Friday has come
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JUST ONE MORE CHANCE .eeee eee,..reeee,,.....ee Please. Mr. Busing
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STARS AND STRIPES FOREVER ,oocoro. --sPatriotic. like our Report Cards.
Red, White and Blue
FLUTE SALAD .oooooe. eee, Something the hand tossed together
GONE es,os,.c seeesesc,oooc s .,ssseeo eeeeoeo IN I ost of TottenVille's students are that way.
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STRANGE THINGS ARE HAPPENING oos,srr..o,o The Tottenville Teams are
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CIELITO LINDO s,,,,,es, ,,srssss N lust he good, our senior grade advisor
sings it all the time.
IN THE MOOD ,sss,ssss,o,ssss,,ss,. ss,.... N ight of the Prom
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THREE LITTLE WORDS ssssssss ,s,,,sssss ssss,,.,,s s s Here's your diploma
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The world government through enforceable law will have the power to
prevent both war and preparation for war. The moral effect of world opinion
is very powerful, but unless it is backed by an organization sufficiently strong
enough to compel a peaceful settlement of differences, it is unlikely that
world opinion alone can prevent the armament race from exploding into a
red hot war.
The United World Federalists, which is the group backing the world
government program, advocates the transformation of the United Nations
from a league of fully sovereign states into a world federalist government
with powers, limited, but adequate, to insure peace. This would be done hy
an amendment to the United Nations Charter.
They feel that this organization is necessary because as long as we have
armed sovereign nations they can only be made to obey treaties by war
itself. Wa1's can only be prevented by world government with power to use
its army and to maintain a system of courts governing all the people on earth.
This federation would require a Wo1'ld Congress, perhaps derived from
the General Assembly as an executive body, perhaps derived from the
Security Council, responsible to the congress without a veto. The court system
could come from the expansion of the present day Wo1'ld Court.
As a minimum, the world federation should have the power to prohibit
possession by any nation of arms beyond that level set by the world congress.
This is to assure that no nation will get too strong and therefore become a
menace to the world. It should control atomic energy and other weapons of
mass destruction. This is to prevent the mass annihilation that would occur
if a war was started. Direct taxation to raise revenue and maintaining of
police and armed forces necessary to endorse world security would be
necessary. The Constitution would have a Bill of Rights which would apply
to every man on earth.
The United States would have to start forming this federation by an
immediate call for a change in the constitution of the LIN. This would only
be the first step, more would have to follow. But once the nations learned to
trust each other, full progress could be made towards a real and effective
As yet, world government has not gotten too far towards being adopted
but the idea is gaining ground slowly. It may take a while before the people
decide that this change is necessary. lt is certainly somethinff that can be
hoped for. It could be considered a new chance for everlasting peace.
DONALD V. CACACE
ta' - Years
Dedicated to all who have ever taken any kind of test:
,Tis eorne at last, this time of year
when -we're through spreaaling Christmas cheer,
we go back to sehool, only to hnal,
mialieious smiles anal teeth that grinal.
Why is this? we naiirely ask,
but we know very well as we look aghast,
they"fUe been planning for as a terrible fate,
one where we'll be staying up late,
burning the rnialnight oil, anal all anal all,
for if we alonyt stzialy we're behinal the eight ball.
We go into a room shroaaleal in black
anal sincerely wish that we eozilal go back.
We see a large alernon, with papers in hanal,
anal we shiver anal squirm, our meek little banal
We sliale into seats not knowing where at,
anal eye our keen proetor with eyes like a bat.
Anal then all at once, a terrible sonnal,
the aleath bell has rang anal Comes with a ponnal
With trembling hanals, we lift up the sheets
anal know by the questions that we will be beat.
We answer the questions, but try as we may.
we know we canlt win on this gloomy alay.
Wewe stnalieal so haral, so long anal so nzueh.
But this is all new! That olal snelz anal suelzl
This agony soon will termine at last
anal this all will be a thing of the past.
unless if we fail, hope not as we nzay.
we'll be here next year, on another saal alay.
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Did you ever go out to a beach and just sit there and think and watch
and notice the footprints in the sand and wonder to yourself, "Who were
the people who made them? What are they? Did the person who walked
here and made those footprints come here to think, to he alone, and perhaps
to watch the water? Did he come here to paint a picture of the wind rustling
through the spikes of the sparse, brown, saw grass? Or could they have been
made by some young fellow on his way to meet his girl?'7
Possibly this person is elderly, and walking is his only enjoyment.
Perhaps he is only a little way from here, and maybe some of those other
footprints are his, too. What do old people enjoy? Do they like having their
friends around, or do they prefer to keep themselves company? That person
could be getting his paints and palette and canvas ready now. He might be
composing a picture using the water, the sky, even those hoary, grotesquely
shaped trees or branches, fitting them in and portraying his own thoughts and
personality in the picture. Did that young man meet the girl? If she was
there she probably brought along a lunch and they plan to make an afternoon
of it. Perhaps today they will decide that theirs is more than a casual friend-
What will happen to the old gentleman? Vllill he live much longer and
will he be happy, or will something happen to make him sorry that he has
lived so long? Can he appreciate the world when he knows it so well? Wiould
a person, who knows he will not live very long, think about living or not
living? Will the painter turn his back on the sea and look for a more spec-
tacular picture? He would think the old trees too niisshapen and grotesque
even to bother with. Instead, he will paint an idealistic scene with color and
activity rather than a drab seascape with not even one majestic wave to crash
upon the shore. Will the two young people learn to live and fit into what is
real or must they turn to idealistic things? And after a while the waves roll
up on the shore, and draw back, leaving the sand smooth, gleaming, and
Baby Slifer 19 zfemfm
My name is Marlene. I am an average teen-ager with an average teen-
age problem, money. If it weren't for my financial status this whole affair
would not have happened.
My girl friend, Marge, and I were sitting in her living room trying to
think of some way to earn some money. We wanted to buy some school
sweaters but simply didn't have enough money.
Hwfelve tried running errands, mowing lawns and even washing dishes
but no one seems to need our services. Besides, those jobs don't pay very
much any way,', Marge lamented.
"No one even needs baby sitters any more," I added.
Suddenly Marge smiled wickedly. In a moment I knew why, for she
said, HI-Iow about the Kiljoys? They even had an ad in the paper for a baby-
Immediately I started for the door. You see no one wants to sit for the
Kiljoys and if you knew Junior Kiljoy you would understand. Marge must
have anticipated my reaction because she got to the door ahead of me. She
stood there with her arms outstretched blocking my exit.
She began talking fast. 6'I'll get the job for you and make the arrange-
ments and we'll split fifty-fifty."
MNOV' I said.
HW7hat?" she asked.
t'NO!!" This time I was even more definite in my reply.
Marge began to use her persuasive methods: she really is persuasive.
I finally gave in.
I unwrapped my leg from around my neck as Marge removed her
Then she ,phoned the Kiljoys. They must have wanted a night out pretty
badly or they wanted to get out before I changed my mind, because they
gave me a job that very night.
I arrived at the Kiljoys at eight oiclock. Mrs. Kiljoy greeted me with
these cheering Words!
ttlf Josah gives you any trouble send him to bed. He is a little devilish
This was the understatement of the last few centuries, as I was to
lVIrs. Kiljoy told me to wait until they were about to leave and she
would introduce me to Junior. I guess she didn't want me to see what I was
in for until it was too late to back out.
I watched Mrs. Kiljoy stand in front of the hall mirror and spray on
enough perfume to drown an elephant, but then again if any self-respecting
elephant were as big as lVIrs. Kiljoy he would go on a diet. Then Mr. Kiljoy
came down. He was a meek looking man with a high shrill voice. With
parents like this, it was hard to imagine what Junior would look like, but
I found out.
He was about three feet tall and wore great black-rimmed glasses that
seemed to take up his whole face. He was reading a book called MEinstein's
Theory of Relativityw aloud and holding it upside down at that.
As soon as he heard the front door slam he came to life. He began
4'Tell me a storyf,
At this moment I began to think all the rumors about HThe Fiendish
Junior Kiljoyw were just idle gossip. Again I was Wrong.
HAII right, Junior, Once upon a time there was a little girl-,I
MI donlt like little girls. lVIake it a big boy,'7 Junior broke in.
'4But I canit, Junior. Did you ever hear of a big boy called Little Red
At this moment Junior hit my big toe with a hammer. As I stood holding
my foot and glaring at him, I noticed he was frothing at the mouth. I calmed
him by suggesting:
Hluetls play hide-and-go-seek."
I should have known then what I was getting into. I hid my eyes and
counted to 100, then I started hunting for little Junior.
Fifteen minutes later there was still no trace of Junior and I had looked
under, over, through, and next to practically everything in the house. Still
fifteen more minutes passed and I still couldn't find Junior. I was beginning
to think he was lost.
A fiendish smile played at my lips as I thought:
'clVIaybe he ran out into the dark night and is even now being spirited
away by bloodthirsty murderersfl
Then I remembered I should be worried tbesides if he was missing I
might not get paidj.
Nervously I got an aspirin out of my purse and went to the kitchen to
get a drink of water. I opened the closet over the sink and got a glass. From
the second shelf sprang Junior with his air rifle.
HRAH-ah-ah-ah-ah I'm a Commando."
He startled me so that I dropped the glass on the floor, smashing it to
bits, cut my linger picking it up and slipped on the freshly waxed floor as
I went to get the broom and dust pan, bruising my personality in the bargain.
Finally I pulled ,lunior out of the closet. You may conclude this para-
graph Ior yourself as the details are too gory.
A few hours later Mr. and Mrs. Kiljoy returned.
"Was little ,Iosah good?" she asked while looking around for signs of
Hvliell he is now," I answered as I accepted my pay.
I collected my things and started home with a gleam in my eye as I
thought of ,lunior tied in a knot, his mouth gagged and nailed to the bedroom
Wall. Itis things like this that do a woman a world oi good.
Once upon a windy day,
As gazing ,cross a snowy field
Full with the blooms of May,
The dazzling horizon hit my eye
And made me wonder . . .
Who is it that made the birds to fly,
The worms to creep, the flowers to grow?
The hand of this creator
Must be very sure, patiently slow.
This artist with his colors bright,
Brushes the shy, the sea, and land,
And paints them with blues, greens,
and celestial whites.
And as the sun's rays shine and gleam,
I know I'll never tire of this beautiful scene.
P. H D. Unlimited
Standing here in the front of the class,
With a poetry book and yesterday's pass,
She teaches us Shahespeareis Hamlet and Macbeth
Or a poem about someone's inevitable death.
She leads us in discussions about lie and lay,
And hnows we'll forget it in only a day.
HlVever use jargonfy she says to our class,
H01' Till fail you, no less, as quick as a dashf'
No Mrun-onsm and better not mahe uincompletes
Or else your marks will certainly depletef'
Through our tribulations and all of her trials,
She'll be our best friend when we're on our last miles.
ln future years our class will rememher 1950 through 1954 as the
years during which our high school days were spent. Pleasant as those years
were however, they will he rememhered hy future generations as a period
of uncertainty throughout the worldg a period of tension when men wondered
whether world peace was really possihleg hut mostly, a period of increasing
hope for the future.
ln spite of the great contrihutions of science, medicine and literature,
those years were dominated hy the shadow of Communism and the threat
of world conflict. Three months hefore we entered high school the Korean
Wai' hegan. No other single event throughout our high school career had
such a profound inHuence upon our lives and the lives of all peoples. The
following years were filled with great anxiety as the free world wondered if
it could meet the test of Communist aggression. The United Nations fought
hard to win the respect of those who had condenmed it. As the world watched,
the forces of the United Nations met those of Communism. Then, in June of
1951, the Russian delegate to the United Nations proposed that the Mhel-
ligerentsw should hold conferences for the purpose of hringing about a cease-
fire. During our sophomore and junior years these conferences continued.
Finally, in July of 1953, the long awaited truce was signed. Although the
most important, Korea was only one of many events that helped create world
tension. The world will never forget the savage war in Tndonesia, the Berlin
Crisis, the disclosures that Communists had infested our government and the
discovery of thermonuclear weapons hy the United States and the Soviet
One must not helieve that those years were filled only with despair. On
the contrary, many noteworthy events proved that the world had not aban-
doned its hope for peace and that man had not lost his desire to progress.
Our greatest asset in the crusade for peace was the United Nations. At
the close of our high school career, the world still did not know whether the
United Nations had earned a hetter fate than its predecessor. However, it
did know that in its nine years of existence, the United Nations had done
more to promote world peace and the general hetterment of conditions every-
where than the League of Nations did in its twenty-seven years. Over-
shadowed hy the General Assembly, the Economic and Social Council and
its agencies have hest exemplified the accomplishments of the United Nations.
ln 1952 the people wanted a change in our government. The Eisenhower
administration hrought new ideas and solutions to old problems. From an
historical meeting at Bermuda came the idea of the pooling of atomic
resources hy all nations for peaceful use. A 5'Big Four", conference was held
to settle disputes over Germany and Austria. Perhaps the greatest accom-
plishments, however. were from the fields of science and medicine. It seemed
remarkable that so much had been done in four short years. Medicine came
closer to cures for cancer, polio and other dread diseases. Science progressed
at a remarkable rate with new discoveries being made almost every day.
Those years were filled with hope and promise for the future.
Many years from now, as historians try to evaluate the years l95O
through 1954, they may be troubled by the apparent contradictions of those
years, for during them tension and uncertainty existed side by side with
hope and a feeling of accomplishment. Whatever their decision, we know
that never before was there such an exciting time to live-for never before
was manis future so firmly in his own hands.
T126 Lab Squad
Very few students during their stay at Tottenville have ever been in the
laboratory. For this group l, as an unbiased outsider, will try to make an
accurate Hreportf' about the lab and its inhabitants.
The little demons that work there are known as the lab boys. There
are various types of these people. First there is A--. He is a tall, Mdumbl'
boy who thinks that a flask is a type of ray gun, and firmly believes that
bunsen burners make handy objects to throw at fellow Mlab boys." The
second type of lah squader is more dangerous than Ai. Bi, that shall
be his name, doesn't shout or scream but quietly mixes hydrochloric, and
sulfuric acid, and when the opportunity presents itself, will slip the potent
mixture into an enemy's lunch bag. Naturally, there is just the right amount
to vaporize the entire contents of the bag. ln this manner our shrewd little
operator slowly starves his adversary to surrender. C-, the third type
of Mlab boyf, is the most dangerous of all. He doesnlt throw bunsen burners
or vaporize people's lunches. His weapon is much more powerful, it's a
camera! If you have ever done anything which was not altogether legal, this
boy has recorded it on film. Be careful, for one day you might find your
picture, in great enlargement, showing you committing the unpardonable sin
of combing your hair in the cafeteria, pasted up on some wall.
The question which naturally arises is, MHOW do these volatile students
get on the lab squad in the first place?',
lVlr. X-, supervisor of the lab squad, chooses his helpers with the
greatest of care, but to no avail. Even the meekest of students becomes a
dangerous fellow once he has touched a Hoffman apparatus or smelled
Yet! What would happen to school life and the science department if
we didn't have that little band of scientific radicals, our LAB SQUAD?
om' of L zfe
ln this great world, there are many roads which may he taken that lead
to a successful life. At graduation time, there is always a certain thrill, and
much excitement. lVlayhe you're happy heeause you're getting out of high
school, or mayhe you wish that your high school years hadn't gone as fast
as they did. Vlfhichever it is. although you may not realize it, you are aliout
to start oil on a new road, this time, your own. The road may seem clear to
you as you hegin, hut as you travel along, the road will hecome rocky, and
traveling, more and more dillicult. Your path will seem dark, hut there is
a verse in the Bihle, found in the hook of Psalms, chapter one hundred nine-
teen, verse one hundred five. It reads: 'Thy word is a lamp unto my feet
and a light unto my Path." If you read His word and take it with you as
you travel along your road, God will remove all darkness, and plow clear
your "Road of Life." GLADYS CARLSEN
The Brine of Uizrerfazzhzjf
It is the year two thousand as the sun hreaks over the hill heralding
the awakening of another in the never-ending procession of days. ,lon Tal,
the last man on earth, sits alone in his room. Suddenly there is a knock at
the door. ,lon rises instinctively and faces the door. He takes one step for-
ward and then stops, frozen immohile where he stands, unable to moye as
the significance of that innocent knock strikes home carrying with it a Hood
of fear and uncertainty.
The last man on earth was sitting alone when suddenly there was a
knock at the door. It has heen five years now since ,lon Tal has heard the
sound of another living voice or has seen another living face. Five years
since all life, excluding himself. had disappeared from the earth. He alone
had heen alite to foresee the coming of that day when earth suddenly lost
all of its oxygen. He alone had huilt and stocked a refuge with proyision
for necessities, even oxygen, which would last him at least another twenty
years. He alone was the last representative ol life on the planet earth. hut
then. who or what had knocked on his door?
At last he took another step forward, Then another as he slowly made
his way forward. Scores ol' wiht thoughts streaked madly across his mind
as he tried to picture what awaited him outside. Now he was at the door.
Soon his wondering and anticipation would he ended. Soon he would know.
Hesitatingly he reached down and gripped the door knoh. He faltered H10-
mentarily as a flood of uncertainty swept over him. hut then giving the knoh
a turn he flew open the door and there staring him in the face was+.
lxfell. what do you think it was that had come to call on the last man on earth?
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Men have long regarded the skills essential to pie-making as basic quali-
fications when in pursuit of a mate. To them, pie-baking is a feminine art
because of its simplicity. I would like to dispute the theory that the manu-
facture of a pie is a simple procedure. In order to even attempt to bake a
pie, one must possess the following qualifications: stamina, endurance,
language abilities, and some chemical skill. The stamina and endurance are
necessary because thinking of twelve things at once is hard on even the
strongest human being. and running around the kitchen on a mad hunt for
baking powder, salt, etc., is not exactly relaxing. No one can deny that a
recipe is not easy to follow, for one can never take it quite literally. For
example, when told to separate two eggs, the average human being would
move them to different ends of the kitchen table. One can see where a deci-
phering is necessary. The chemical skill is required, because in the mixing of
various acids, bases, and salts, a disaster might occur if one is not careful
when combining these ingredients.
If one is lucky enough, then, to possess these qualifications, the next
step is to utilize them, along with the ingredients of the pie. To find the
ingredients, a reliable cook book is necessary, and if one is a beginner, one
should find a fairly simple one. Some things to watch for in a recipe are such
phrases as Hseparate two eggs," 'fblend thoroughly," and "turn overfl Spell-
ing is another pitfall, as even in such dependable cookbooks as Good House-
keeping, l have found thoroughly spelled Mthorolyf' Usually, in cookbooks
there is a code which should be memorized before attempting a recipe.
Despite all these obstructions, however, if one possesses the aforementioned
qualities, one can mix up a fairly accurate compound. Unce it is in the oven,
the worst of the ordeal is over.
After the pie has been baking for about twenty minutes, a delicious
aroma steals about the house and one knows that the pie is almost done.
When one removes the pie, a lovely golden brown with liquid oozing from
top and sides, one should observe it closely. This pie is the result of about
thirty minutes of concentrated work. It looks good, and it probably tastes
good, but so do millions of pies produced daily by assembly line experts.
But there is a difference. These other pies are the products of much less
individual work. But, you argue, a homemade pie is so much better. The
proof of the pudding is in the eating, and the members of your family will
consume just as much bought pie as homemade pie in one meal. Maybe even
more, because part of the homemade pie will stick to the dish when being
cut. Therefore, which is better in the long run? ln conclusion, I would recom-
mend that all future homemakers reserve their pie making skills until they
are husband searching. The idealistic men are about the only men who'll
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system, 111.3 light years from Earth. Inside the building, all the members of,
and delegates to the special meeting of the Galactic Council were sitting in
complete, deathly silence. The President arose and spoke:
t'It is the decision ol the council, that the highest punishment be inflicted
upon Earth and its planetary system: its destructionf, A delegate from one
of the many worlds arose to ask a question. A perfectly natural question,
since no one but the council members knew why Earth was to be destroyed.
L'Wl1y should we destroy the planet Earth?'7
The president answered :-nlt is a threat to the peaceful atmosphere
existing among all the other inhabited planets of our galaxy. They are war-
like, their basic social psychological path is war. They thrive on itf'
'allow do we know this?i' the delegate retorted.
MThe last expedition sent to their sector of the galaxy discovered that
they possessed the Atomic bomb and the Hydrogen bomb, and that they are
preparing for another war." the president replied. The delegate continued
6'How will we destroy them?,,
This time a scientist replied-the greatest Physicist the galaxy had
hRecent discoveries i11 the field of Physics lead us to believe that the
sole factor in the producing of energy is mass. Therefore, a bomb could be
devised that, upon its detonation would convert mass completely to energy.
This does not happen in the Eartlfs Sun. Millions of tons of mass are lost
every second. If this lost mass were converted to energy, the Helium-H51
drogen conversion in their sun would be upset and the Sun would expand
to many times its original size. Earth and its fellow planets would be de-
mls this what will be done?" the delegate asked.
HYes,'7 replied the president in a final tone.
The space ship arrived at its destination. the Solar System. The rocket-
bomb was sent hustling toward the Sun. The spaceship. using its hyper-warp.
On Earth, the flare from the rockets of the spaceship was reported to be
nothing more than a strange comet.
On the same planet, in the same system. 4.3 years later. the council again
convened. This time. however, they met in the evening outside the building.
At the precise moment, they all turned their eyes to the night sky. A bright
star appeared briefly and then vanished. The president arose from his chair
uGentlemen, our thought is confirmed, the Sun has exploded. Earth
and the threat are gone forever."
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