Trenton Central High School - Bobashela Yearbook (Trenton, NJ)
- Class of 1952
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Trenton Central High School
Trenton, New Jersey
Order of the Book
Dedication ............................. --- 2
Prologue - --- 4
Views --- -..- 5
Faculty .... - - - 1 1
Seniors - - ..... 2 7
Clubs .... ..... 9 9
Activities - - ..... 1 3 3
Sports ....... ..... 1 47
Sport Night .... .-..- 1 63
Epilogue ..... ..... 1 76
Volume 28 June l952
SINCE 1945 Mr. Harry J. Bodine has been a member of the
Trenton Board of Education. For two of these years Mr. Bodine
served faithfully and conscientiously as President.
Under his capable leadership the public schools of the city
of Trenton have continued to serve the children of this communi-
ty. His Wise counsel and his sympathetic understanding of the
problems of public education have made him an invaluable mem-
ber of that lay body which vigilantly guards the educational wel-
fare of young Americans.
Because of his unselfish devotion to the cause of American
education in the city of Trenton, we, the members of the senior
class of nineteen hundred Fifty-two, respectfully dedicate this
issue of the Bolmsloelzz
Mr. Harry J. Bodine.
Mr. Harry J. Bodine
In the Bobaslaelfr, our treasure chest of memories, you will be
a Witness to the highlights of the many different phases of our
high school life.
You will be in the audience listening to one of our exceptional-
ly fine musical concerts. You will participate vicariously in one
of our thrilling basketball games. You will relive your club ac-
tivities and friendships. You will be a spectator at the Sport Nite
show and realize Why a girl cries her heart out when her team
All of these activities reflect life at T.I-I.S. But which ones are
the most important? Which ones really represent the SPIRIT OF
T.I-I.S? We have pondered that question all year. Our answer
will be found at the end of this volume.
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Our hearts, our hopes, our prayers, our tears,
Our faith triumphant oler our fears,
Are all with thee,-Are all with thee!
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Its lovelincss iucreasesg it will never
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Wo1'lcing in these Walls of time.
Go Where glory Waits thee!
But While fame elates
Oh, still remember rn
ln the still air the music lies
unheardgln the rough marble
beautv lies unseen.
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hung. long 11ucho1'nQ'C WC ICQWC
ship is Clear at last, She leaps!
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Mrs. Eric: Mackey Frank H. Wfimberley Daniel Spair
Rupert Jahn Harry J. Bodine
Board of Education
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PAUL R. SPENCER
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WILLIAM D. WALKER SARAH C. CHRISTIE
A.B., M.A. B.A., M.A.
Lafayette, Princeton, St. 1oscph's College, Columbia
Columbia, Rutgers VICE-PRINCIPAL
ALBERT C. WENZEL A.B.
AIADIQLINE BIRD HA.
Maine, London CEnglandJ
ATTILIA F, BIXLER
Wilson, N. Y. U.
ROBERT H. BLOOM
Ilrenton State Teachers, Columbia
Shari Smry Club
GEORG E R. BOLGE
Trenton State Teachers, Rutgers
Trenton State Teachers, Rutgers
Union, G. E. Research Lab.
L. ROGENE BORGEN
Kansas VVesleyan, Columbia,
SAMUEL A. ALITO
Trenton State Teachers, Rutgers
ANNA A. BARATA BS.
N. J. College for NVomen
Girls' SCIGIICL' Club
JULIE, BARATA B.A.,AfI.A.
N. 1. College for XVomen, Columbia
ENGLISH, READING CLINIC
LUCILLE A. BARLOW
LESTER BARTLETT B.A.
Bucknell, Rutgers, Columbia
VVILLIAAI L. BAXTER
YVooster, Rutgers, McGill
GUIDANCE, SOCIAL STUDIES
CPhila.D, Seton Hall
HELEN M. BRADSHAW
Columbia, Drexel, Rutgers
JOHN VV. BROWVN
Golf Coaob, Asst. Soply. Football Coach
GRACE M. BULLOCK
EMERSON H. BURDICK
Syracuse, Rutgers, Columbia
FRANK A. BUTCHER
Rutgers, Trenton State Teachers, Temple
' Commerce Club
l C. EDWARD CHRISTIAN
Penn State, Rutgers
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FRANCES B. CHRISTIE
Wilson, Pennsylvania, Maine
ERASMO S. CICCOLELLA
FRANK H. CLARK
Rutgers, Cornell, Pennsylvania
Debate, Nat'l Foremic Society
ALBERT F. CLEMENS
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WILLIAM T. CREASY
Bloomsburg State Teachers, Temple
Trenton State Teachers, Rutgers
Columbia, Temple, Pennsylvania
JOHN T. CCNNINGHAM
Trenton State Teachers, Rutgers
YVALTER M. CYVVINSKI
Columbia, Penn State
U.S. Army Univ. Ex. Cltalyj,
Press, Quill and Scroll Society
ALLEN B. DAKIN
Penn State, Pennsylvania, Temple
BERNICE E. CLEVELAND
Girls' Sfwimrizirzg Coach
NOBLE O. COCHRAN
WALTER J. COLENDER
Asst. Basketball Coach
MARTHA S. COLLIER
Wilson, Trenton State Teachers,
FLORENCE S. COUGLE
Ursinus, Pennsylvania, Columbia
Rutgers, N. Y. U.
RICHARD I. DAVIS
B. P. E.
Springfield, N.Y.C., Rutgers
Cross Country Coacb
EUGENE R. DELONG
CONSTANTINE M. DIAMOND
N.Y.U., Trenton State Teachers,
Boys' Science Club
MARGARET S. DICKINSON
Personality Club, Uslaers Corps
ANNA L. DIEHL
B. Ed. in Com.
LEONARD S. DILEO
B.S., NI. Ed.
Trenton State Teachers, Temple
Boys' Leaders Corps,
Asst. Football Coacla
N. J. College for Women,
Milton School of Theatre
Isobel Merson School of Theatre Dietion
Senior Play, Drama and Radio Club,
Rutgers, Trenton State Teachers
Asst. Soccer Coach
FREDRICK WV. DREWES
B.S., M. Ed.
Muhlenberg Pennsylvania Rutgers
ELEANOR R. DURAN
B. C. S., B.S., M. Ed.
LOIS M. DUSINBURY
SAMUEL W. EBERLY
HEAD OF GUIDANCE AND
SHELDON VV. EI-IRINGER
Millersville State Teachers,
Temple, Penn State
Football, Track Conch
Rutgers, Smith, Columbia, Maine
LAURA H. FELL
Pennsylvania, Columbia, Simmons
ELEANOR I. FLOOD
Penn State, Columbia
BERNARD F ORER
Rutgers, Pennsylvania, N.Y.U.
Photography Club, Projection Crew
HERMAN M. FOSS
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B.S., M.A., Ed. D.
Stout Institute, Columbia, Rutgers
HEAD OF INDUSTRIAL
ELIZABETH M. FUHRMANN
B.S. in Ed.
N.Y.U., Columbia, Boston
CATHERINE R. GALE
N.Y.U., Columbia, Rutgers
WARD B. GEDNEY
B. BARRY GORDON
Rutgers, N.Y.U., Pratt Institute
Jersey City Med. Center,
jersey City State Teachers
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Penn State, lVestern State Teachers,
Rutgers, Trenton State Teachers, Temple
WARREN A. JOCHEM
Trenton State Teachers, Rutgers
HAROLD S. JONES
Wlest Chester State Teachers, Rutgers
C. FOSTER JUNE
Temple, Rutgers, Trenton State Teachers
ELEANOR M. KEATING
Temple, School of American Ballet
DANIEL L. HAGGERTY
Villanova, Rutgers, Pennsylvania
HAROLD B. HALLNIAN
HEAD OF MATHEMATICS DEPT.
BESSIE N. HILL
Howard, Columbia, Indiana, Rutgers,
Montclair State Teachers
CHARLES E. HILLEGASS
Princeton, Columbia, Pennsylvania
DR. JOSEPH HOFFMAN
Buffalo, Yale, Sorbonne CParisD,
Madrid, Mexico, Rutgers, Rider
HEAD OF FOREIGN
DR. CHARLES HOGAN
B.S., M. Ed., M.A., Ed.D.
Trenton State Teachers, Rutgers,
Columbia, Pennsylvania, N.Y.U.
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Trenton State Teachers, Rutgers
JOSEPH R. LANZI
American School, QChicagoD
Swedish Massage and Physical Therapy
Dr. Bilik's School for Trainers
BOYS' LOCKER ROOM
JOSEPH LO BUE
THELMA E. LOMAX
Cheyney State College, Temple, Rutgers
C. W. LOWDEN
Lafayette, Columbia, Temple
Soplo. Football Coach
JOHN F. KELSEY
Syracuse, Sorbonne CParisD, Rochester
F reuclo Club
RUSSELL E. KLINGER
Susquehanna, Bucknell, Penn State
Rutgers, Michigan State
HEAD OF SOCIAL STUDIES DEPT
DAPHNE L. KOENIG
Alberta CCanadaD, Columbia,
Barlow Theater Studies
Parsons School of Design,
Internat'l School of Art CMexic0D
WILLIAM P. KOSTAR
Trenton State Teachers, Columbia
IRENE D. KOZMA
WALTER P. KRICHLING
Asst. Football Couch,
BARBARA D. LUDWIG
Georgian Court, Columbia, Boston,
Rutgers, Trenton State Teachers
VERENA L. LUSCHER
Phi Zeta Club
WALTER T. MACDONOUGH
J. GORDON MANZER
Acadia CNova Scotiab, Columbia
HEAD OF SCIENCE DEPT.
BEATRICE E. MAROTTE
Trenton State Teacher, Rutgers
Belles Letrres Society
Hamilton, Pittsburgh, Rutgers
HEAD OF ENGLISH DEPT.
HARRIET N. MATHIS
MARY E. MEAGHER
Chicago, Columbia, N.Y.U., Rutgers
GUIDANCE, SOCIAL STUDIES
DOROTHY N. MENDREY
HARRY R. MICHELSON
MORRIS E. MIDKIFF
Colgate, Rutgers, Columbia
LESTER M. MINKEL
B.A., M.Di., B.S.
Iowa State Teachers, Iowa,
Columbia School of Library Service
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MAMIE L. PEITZMAN
ISABELLE M. QUICK
Bridgewater State Teachers CMa
GAA., Girls' Leaders Corps
ERNEST Y. RAETZER
CATHERINE B. READ
ELSIE O. SAILE
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VIOLA H. MOSS
HARRY A. MULDER
Trenton State Teachers
Clooir, Cloorux, Male Glee Club
KENNETH T. MURPHEY
EDWARD G. MURPHY
B.S., B.P.E., M.Ed.
Rutgers, Notre Dame, N.Y.U.
American College Physical Ed.
HEAD OF PHYSICAL
THOA4AS E. MURPHY
KATHERINE B. SCHEICH
Trenton State Teachers, Columbia
ALFRED E. SCHIELKE
Trenton State Teachers, Rutgers
ARTHUR E. SCHOENER
HEAD OE COMMERCIAL DEPT.
Principal of Eeerzirzg High
DOROTHY M. SCHWEDER
BORIS P. SEMASKO
ANDREW G. SEXTON
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JOHN L. SLAVIK
Columbia, Rutgers, N.Y. School of Fine
and Applied Arts, Tony Sarg's Studio,
University School of Handicrafts, Tren-
ton School of Industrial Arts, Temple
LOIS S. SMITH
Grinnell, Columbia, Iowa, Rutgers
GUIDANCE, SOCIAL STUDIES
EDITHA M. STARKEY
EARL W. STEFFY
Muhlenberg, N.Y.U., Mexico,
Sorbonne CQParisD, Columbia
ERMA G. STRAUSS
Swarthmore, Yale, Rutgers,
Trenton State Teachers
' 1,- REYNIOLD L. STRUNK
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My Coiumbia, Chicago, N.Y.U.
Trenton State Teachers, Pennsylvania,
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I CATHERINE E. UMBERGER
NIAUD VAN NATTA BS.
Middlesex Co. Vocational School
5 V Rutgers
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I H ANE A. WALSP'
ALBERT W. WASSELL y . A . , J RN B S M A
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B'A" M'A' jersey City Med. Center, Pennsylvania
Colby, Tufts, N.Y.U., Boston, Colorado, an Columbia
Mozarteum Conservatory CSalzburg, Ng., HEALTH
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WILLIAM R. WEAVER ,,,, ,,I, B-5-
AB. Rutgers, Pennsylvania
Franklin and Marshall, ASSISTAQT EUOSMRZ VIZEMEL
Millersville Normal, Clarld Rutgers SAI V 806687 OM ' ewwe MP5
GUIDANCE, SOCIAL STUDIES
Director of Intramurals
F. MURRAY WESTOVER
D. R. WHITE
HOWARD I. WHITE
LLOYD L. WILLIAMS
Trenton State Teachers,
World F edemlists,
I.V. Football Coach
Personality plus! That's Kathie Barwis who
held the office of secretary of the class of 1952.
Kathie was well known by her classmates as
a very capable person for this job. She held
many other offices, such as president of the
Red Cross Club, Vice-president of Quill and
Scroll Society, secretary of Clionian Society,
and many others. She was Mistress of Cere-
monies during Sport Nite. Whatever her plans
for the future, we are sure Kathie will fulfill
Known among his classmates as "Tinker,"
Harlan was selected as our junior class presi-
dent, and as a reward for the splendid work
he did, he was elected president of the senior
class of 1952. A member of the LV. and Var-
sity Basketball squads, he displayed his great
versatility in sports. His other extracurricular
activities included membership in the Forum
Club and the Presidents' Council. We are sure
that his success as the president of the class of
1952 will help him to be a success in the future.
S e n i o
To assist the president in leading the senior
class, the seniors elected Donald Henderson,
better known as 'LDon,', and known around
the school as a wonderful guy. Don was a star
diver on the T.H.S. swimming team. He was
also a member in good standing, of the Forum
Club and Sigma Epsilon Theta. The position
of vice-president was nicely filled by Don,
who worked at his best, along with the other
officers, to make the class of 1952 one of the
Dolores Brienza, better known as "Dee",
was elected treasurer of the class of 1952.
Dee's attractive personality also helped her
win other honors, such as secretary of the
Quill and Scroll Society, vice-president of the
Pan-American Club, head of the Black Team's
songs and cheers for Sport Nite, and many
Dee hopes to enter State Teachers College
and begin an elementary school teaching ca-
reer. We wish her well.
AARONSON, HOVVARD, Ind. Arts A -
Stagecraft '51,'52. AARCNSON, SHIR-
LEY, Sl9i1'l,' Gen. Bus. AARONSON,
VVILLIAM, Willy, Fine Arts.
ADAMS, GERALD, Gerry, Acad. - H.R.
Pres. '51. ADAMS, RICHARD, Dick,
Acad. - Drama and Radio '50,'51, Pres. '52,
Rhetoricians '50, Treas. '51, Spectator Bus.
'51, Layout Ed. '52, Nat'l Tliespians '51,
'52, Experiinenters '52, Quill and Scroll '52,
State Finalist, American Legion Oratorical
Contest '51, Boys State'51, Poetry Reading
Contest '51, Operetta '50, Senior Play '51,
'52. ADAMS, ZENOLIA, Zin, Gen. Bus.
- Black Props '52,
FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL.
Q ' I am the Spirit of the
AIKENS, EDVVARD, Tefzbrzllg Ind. Arts B
-j.V. Basketball '50, Vars. Basketball '51,
ADKINS, RICHARD, Sczzmp, Ind. Arts B.
ALBANEZI, GEORGE, Logan, Ind. Arts
ALLAIRE, RICHARD, Dick, Acad. -
Naturalists '50, French '51,'52. ALLEN
BARBARA, Bobbie, Gen. Bus. - Natur-
alists '52, Inter-Club Council 152. ALLEN,
LAXVRENCE, LnH'y,' Ind. Arts A - Stage-
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ALLER, JOAN, Acad. - Latin '50, Art
'50, Belles Lettres ,50,'51, Orchestra '5O,,51,
'52, Pan-American '51,'52, Spectator '51,
'52, Red Cross '52, Black Music '51,'52g
Black Costumes '52, Black Publicity '52,
Quill and Scroll '52. ALVINO, ANNA-
MAE, Home Ec. AMICO, SAMUEL,
Ind. Arts B.
ANDERSON, MARY JANE, Tiny, Gen
Bus. ANGELINI, ANN, Sec. - Arn-
anuensis '51,'52. APAI, JOHN, Fine Arts
- Stagecraft '50,'51,'52, Photography '51,
'52, Spectator Photography '51,'52, Bob-
ashela Photography '51,'52.
BUILDINGS A, B, C, and D. XVhich was which? YVe wandered around, and by
the time we found the, right room, we had missed ten or fifteen minutes of the
class. So, in September, 1949, we began three of the best years of our lives, in
the Best School in the World.
APPLE, ROBERT, F mit, Acad. - French
'5l,'52, H. R. Sec. '51. ARBOLINO,
CONNIE, Cookie, Gen Bus. ARING,
VVILLIAM, Bill, Aacd.
ARMITAGE, THOMAS, Tommy, Ind.
Arts B - Projection '5O,'51,'52. ARM-
STRONG, ORA MAE, Fine Arts - Cafe-
teria corps 152. ASH, BARBARA, Baby,
Gen. Bus. - H. R. Treas. 752.
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A USTIN, ALICE, Al, Gen. Bus. - Photog-
raphy '50,'51,'52, Skating '51,'52j Sec. for
Teacher '52, Bobashela, Sr. Typist '52.
AZAROWICZ, DORIS, Sec. - Y-Teens
Ainanuensis 752, Art '52, Red Cross '52, H.
R. Sec. '51. BABECKI, WESLEY,
Wes, Acad. - Clionian '51 '52, H.R. Pres.
BAHR, HAROLD, Hvzwyg Acad.- Stage-
craft l50,'51,'52, Nat'l Forensic League '51,
Lighting for Sport Night, Operetta, Senior
Play '50,'51,'52. BAILEY, WILLIAM,
Ind. Arts B - Activities '52, BAIR, LU-
CILLE, Lou, Sec. - Y-Teens '50, Cafeteria
'Q' I am the Spirit of the
BALL, THOMAS, Tommy, Acad. - Boys'
Science '50, Vice-Pres. ,51,'52, Experi-
menters ,52, H.R. Vice-Pres. '50, H.R. Pres.
'51. BANNISTER, LORRAINE, Gen.
Bus. BARAN, DOROTHY, Dot, Gen.
Bus, - Phi Zeta '52.
BARBER, MICHAEL, Ind. Arts A.
BARBUTO, MARY ANN, Mare, Gen.
Bus. - H.R. Vice-Pres. '50, H.R. Pres. '51.
BARLOVV, THOMAS, B0-Bo, Acad. -
Clionian '50,'51,,52, Boys' Leaders Corps
'51,'52, Asst. Director, Intramural Program
'52, j.V. Baseball '50, '51, Soph. Basketball
'50, H.R. Pres. '50.
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BARTOLOMEI, MICHAEL, Mickey, Ind.
Arts. B. BARTUS, LORETTA, Lorrie,
Acad. - Latin '51, Pan-American '52, Black
Games '50, Black Character '51,'52, H.R.
Vice-Pres. '51, Usher Corps, Sec'y-Treas.
'52 Spectator '52. BARWIS, KATH-
RYN, Kathie, Acad. - Red Cross '5O,51,
Pres. '52, Chorus '50, Treas. '51, Sec. '52,
Clionian '51, Sec. '52, Quill and Scroll, Vice-
Pres. '52, Vice-Pres. City-wide junior Red
Cross Council '52, Mistress of Ceremonies
'52, jr. Executive Comm. '51, Spectator '51,
Co-Copy Ed. '52, H.R. Vice-Pres. '52, Op-
eretta '50,51,'52, Sec. Senior Class '52,
BATE, FAYE, Skeeter, Sec. - Commerce
'51,'52, Inter-Club Council 752, Red Publi-
city '51, Red Usher '52, H.R. Vice-Pres. '52,
Sec. to Teacher '5 2. BATTISTE, CECE-
LIA, Cele. Gen. Bus. - Personality '51,'52,
Red Character '50,'51,'52, Ballet, Prelude
'50,'51,'52, Inter-Club Council '52, Operetta
'50,'51,'52. BATTISTE, JOSEPH, Bucky,
Gen. Bus. - Social Dance '51, H.R. Vice-
ON December 9 and 10, 1949, the drama and music students presented the
operetta, THE MERRY WIDOW, by Sigmund Romberg. Stella Fruscione and
George Courtney had the leading roles. As usual an appreciative audience packed
the auditorium each night.
BEATTY, HENRY, Cofwpoke, Ind. Arts B.
BECKER ,SONYA, Sonny, Sec. - German
'50, Vice-Pres. '51, Sec. '52, French '51, Red
Gaines '5O,'51,52. BEHN, GENEVIEVE,
Gen, Sec. - Personality '50,'51,'52, Leaders
Corps '50,'51,'52, 1st. Lieut. Gym '51, Black
Character '50,'51, Chairman Black Character
'52, H.R. Treas. '50,'52, Managing Ed. Bob-
BENEDETTI, CARLO, Chuck, Acad. -
Forum '50,'51,'52, Italian '51, Pres. '52, H.R.
Sec. '52. BENSON, JOAN, Acad. BER-
GER, SONDRA, Acad. - Drama and Ra-
dio '50,'51,'52, Rhetoricians '50,'51,'52
Philology '50,'51,'52, Quill and Scroll '52,
Spectator Jr. Asst. '51, Spectator Bus. '52.
BERNSTEIN, jERRY, Bewzius, Acad. -
Drama and Radio '50,'51,'52, Pythagorean
'51,'52, H. R. Pres. '50, Senior Play '51,
BERRIEN, ALFRED, Al, Acad. - Pytha-
gorean '51, Pres. '52, Boys' Science '51,'52.
BERTLES DORIS, Dee, Selling - Leaders
Corps '50,'51,'52, Photography '52, G.A.A.
'50,'51,'52, Costume Committee '51, Chair-
man Red Props. '52, School Store '52.
BERTONI, JOSEPH, foe, Gen. Bus.
BETHEA, ROBERT, Woodevz Legg Gen
Bus. - Radio Club '51, j.V. Football '50,
Vars. Track '50,'51,'52, H.R. Vive-Pres.'52.
BINGHAM, ALBERT, Bingo, Ind. Arts A
- Vars. Track '52, H.R. Vice-Pres. '51.
I am the splrlt of
BIRKS, NANCY, N ance, Acad. - Clionian
'50,'51,'52, Quill and Scroll '51,'52, Red
Cross '51,'52, Usher Corps '51,'52, Specta-
tor jr. Asst. '51, Sr. Asst. '52, Black Color
Guard '5 2. BISHOP, BEATRICE, Bea,
Gen. Bus. BLUMGOLD, HILDA, Acad.
- Cafeteria Corps '50, Spectator Bus. '50,
Christmas Play '50, Repertory Theatre '50,
Rhetoricians '51, Italian '51,'52, Naturalists
'52, Italian Award '51, Poetry Contest,
School and City, 2nd Place '52, Debate '50,
'51,'52, National Forensic League '50,'51,'52,
Humorous Declamation, State Finals '51,
Picture Ed. Spectator '52, Discussion Group
'52, Student Director of Operetta '52, Usher
Corps '51,'52, Quill and Scroll '52.
BOAZ, WILLIAM, Bozo, Acad. - Mixed
Chorus '50, Choir '51,'52, Male Glee Club
'50,'51,'52, Operetta '50,'51,'52, German '51,
'52. BOBIK, EMIL, Bob, Acad. - Chor-
us '50,'51,'52, Choir '50,'51,'52, Forum '51,
'52, Band '50, Orchestra '50 Operetta '5O,'51,
'52, Soph. Football '50. BODENSTEIN,
JOAN, Sl901'ty,' Gen. Bus. - Honor Roll '50.
M ,Q ff,
BODNAR, IRENE, I, Gen. Bus. - Orches-
tra '50,'51,'52, Skating '52, Sec. Orchestra
'52. BODNAR, JOAN, Ioavlieg Acad. -
Spanish '51, Operetta Prop Com. '51,'52,
Costume '52, Inter-Club Council '51, H.R.
Vice-Pres. '50, H.R. Treas. '51, H.R. Sec.
'52, Honor Roll, '50,'51,'52. BONIFAZI,
MARY ANN, Tootsie, Gen. Bus. - Social
BOOR, JULIA, Indy, Gen. Bus. - Coper-
nican '51. BOOZ, MARTIN, Marty,
Gen. Bus. BORKOWSKI, TERESA,
Terry, Gen. Bus.
On November 11, 1949, the football season came to an end. The T.H.S. Torna-
does won tive out of eight games, but were defeated by a score of 7 to 6 by
the fighting Trenton Catholic eleven in the final game of the season.
,, . .
BOYD, ELIZABETH, Betty, Acad. -
Choir '50,'51,'52, Chorus '50,'52, Operetta
Chorus '50,'51,'52. BRAY, SYLVIA,
Sandy, Fine Arts - Honor Roll '51.
BRECHTEL, MABEL, May, Gen. Bus. -
Leaders Corps '51,'52, Y-Teens '51,'52. Red
BRENNA, DANIEL, Damzy, Acad.
BRIENZA, DOLORES, Dee, Acad. -
Personality '51,'52, Pan-American '51, Vice-
Pres. '52, jr. Executive Com. '51, Quill and
Scroll '51, Sec. '52, Red Cross '52, Sr. Execu-
tive Comm. '52, Black Character '50, Black
Cheerleader '51, Chairman '52, Sr. Asst.
Bobashela '52, jr. Spectator '51, H.R. Treas.
'52, Sr. Class Treas. '52, BRIGGS, RA-
CHEL, Victoriag Fine Arts.
, ,M .fm f- .JW W
.g ma A
Bi 6 .. -
BRILLANTINE, VIRGILg Acad. - H.R
Pres. '52. BRODOWSKI, ARTI-IURQ Ski
Gen. Bus. BRONNER, LILLIAN3 Lili
Acad. - Spectator '52.
BROWN, ALBERTg Ind. Arts B.
BROWN, DAVIDg Bubbieg Ind. Arts B.-
H.R. Treas. '51. BROWN, MARLENE,
I am the spirit of
we K LZ
BROWNLEE, DENNIS5 Denny g Gen. Bus.
BROZENA, HELEN5 Acad. - H.R. Sec.
'51. BUCHER, COLIN5 Butchg Acad. -
Activities '51g j.V. Swimming '505 Vars.
Swimming '51, 7525 Vars. Track '51g Clion-
BUCKLEY, BERT5 Buckyg Acad. - Exec-
utive Committee '50g Service Corps '51,
Mgr. '52g j.V. Soccer '50g J.V. Football '51.
BULAVCSAK, DOROTI-IYg Dotg Sec. -
Cafeteria Corps '50,751 BULLOCK
SHIRLEYg Slairtg' Home EC.
BUNN, GLORIA, Bmmyg Gen. Bus. -
Photography '52, BURGESS, DEPRES-
SA, Dee, Acad. - Phi Zeta '52. BURKE
ESTELLE, Stelleg Acad. - Latin '50, Treas.
'51,'52, Belles Lettres '50,'51, Spectator Bus.
'51,'52, Girls' Science '51,'52, Foreign Lan-
guage Librarian '50,'51,'52, Debate '52,
BURNS, MARTHA, Gen. Bus. BUR-
TON, RICHARD, Dicle, Ind. Arts B.
BYRD, VIRGINIA, Bi1f'die,Ac1m'.- United
World Federalists '50,'51, Phi Zeta '51,
Skating '52, Cafeteria Corps '52,
ON October 29, 1949, a few students of the art department took honors 1n
the annual Kiwanis Hallowe'en Window painting contest
BYRNES, NANCY, Nance, Acad. G.A.A.
'5O,'51, Swimming Team '50, H.R. Vice-
Pres. '50,'51, Literary Ed. Laureate '51, As-
sociate Ed. Bobashela '52, Honor Guard '52.
CAIN, ELAINE, Kitten, Acad. - Natur-
alists '5 1, Sec'y-Treas. '52, World Federalists
'51, Speech '50, Press '51, CALABRESE,
EUGENE, Breezy, Ind. Arts B-Social
Dance '50,'51 '52, Band '50, Orchestra '50,
Noon Time Dancing '51,'52.
CALDERONE, CARMEN: Gmzzi, Ind.
Arts B. CALTAGIRONE, ROSALIE,
Roe, Gen. Bus.-Naturalists '50, Italian '50
'51,'52, Choir '50,'51,52, H.R. Treas. '50,'51,
'52, CAMPBELL, LILLIE, Peggy,
CAMPO, RALPH, Raffeg Ind. Arts B -
Vars. Basketball '51,'52. CANNULI,
PHILOMENA, Mena, Gen. Bus. - Lead-
ers Corps 752. CANULI, THERESA
Terry, Gen. Bus.
CAPONE, NICHOLAS, N icky Ind. Arts A
CAPPA, NANCY, Nmfzt, Gen. Bus.
CAPPLE, SALLY ANN, Susie, Acad. -Y-
E I am the spirit of
CARATELLA, ROSALIE, Ro, Gen. Bus.
CARLIN, PHYLLIS, Pbylg Gen. Bus. -
Social Dance '50. CARLISLE, PHILIP,
Phil, Acad - Forum '50,'51,'52g Glee Club
'50,'51, Chorus '50,,51, Stagecraft '51,'52,
Sigma Epsilon Theta I51,'52.
CARNEVALE, CLODAGH, Clog Acad.-
Latin '50, Drama and Radio '50, Personality
'5l,'52, Pan American '51, Treas. '52, Red
Cross 752, H.R. Vice-Pres. '51, Leaders
Corps '52. CARROW, MARY, Sec. --
Amanuensis '51,'52, Feature Ed. Steno
Memo '52. CARTER, JOSEPH, foe,
CARUSO, JOAN, 10, Gen. Bus. CAR-
VER, BEVERLY, Sandy, Gen. Bus. -
Copernican '51, Costume '51, '52, G.A.A.
'51,'52, Usher Corps '52, Y-Teens '52,
Bowling '52. CASCONE, PETER,
Satclo, Acad. - Photography '52.
CASE, GARNETT, Tink, Selling - Lead-
A 4 n
wr -Y Q1 -
ers Corps '50,'515 G.A.A. '50,'51,'52, Pho- ' gm
tography '52, School Store '51, Asst. Man.
'52. CASTALDO, DONALD, D071 '
Gen. Bus. - Stagecraft '51,'52, H.R. Vice-
Pres. '50,'51. CASTELIZE, JEANETTE,
Muyclesg Home EC. - Art '52.
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wait. ' f
THE sophomore homeroom presidents under the direction of Miss Sarah
Christie, Vice-principal, formed a constitutional committee. This committee
drew up the governing laws of the sophomore class.
9-'Y so 5 A, W
ag: 'f K e
CASTGR, ALBERT, SliWz,' Acad. - Italian
'51,'52, Band '50,'51, Mgr. '52, Orchestra '50,
'5 1,'5 2. CASTRANOVA, CAROLYN5
Sec. - Commerce '52, H.R. Treas. '50,'51.
CELLINI, ROSEMARY, Ro, Sec. - Co-
pernican '50, Y-Teens '50,'51,'52, Person-
ality '52, Red Cross '52, Black Character '51,
'52, H.R. Sec. '5O,'51, Inter-Club Council
CERVONE, DOLORES, Dee, Acad. -
Art '5 0,'5 1,'5 2. CESARO, ANTOI-
NETTE, Toni, Sec. - Amanuensis '51,'52g
Commerce '5 2. CETKOWSKI, RICH-
ARD, Red, Ind. Arts B - j.V. Soccer '50,
'51, Vars. Soccer '52.
CHIANESE, FRANCESQ Framzieg Gen.
Bus. - Social Dance '51. CHRISTIE,
BARBARA5 Babsg Home Ec. CIABAT-
TONI, ALGERg Alg Acad. - Forum '50,
'51,'52g Chorus '50,'51,'525 Italian '515 Vice-
Pres. '52g Choir '51,'52.
CIAFREI, DOMINICKQ Burmig Ind. Arts
B-Operetta Props '51,'52. CIANFRANO,
BENJAMIN5 B6'7Z7'ly,' Ind. Arts A-H.R.
Pres. '50,'51,'52. CIARKA, JOSEPHQ
joey Gen. Bus.
CHARLIP, SANDRAg Sang Gen. Bus.
CHARNICK, DOLORES3 Deeg Gen. Bus
School Store '51, Asst. Mgr. '52. CHELL
DANIEL5 Dingleg Acad. - Clionian '5O,'51
CHENKUS, FLORENCE5 Flag Gen. Bus
CHEPEGA, jOSEPHg j0e,' Gen. Bus.
CHIACCHIO, ANNEg Cbicog Sec. - Spec-
tator Bus. '50,'51,'529 Quill and Scroll '51
'52g Commerce '51, Sec. '52g H.R. Sec. '51
H.R. Vice-Pres. '52.
I am the spirit of
11 f s
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CICCARELLO, JOSEPHQ j'0e,' Ind. Arts B.
CLARICI, LORETTAg Loretg Sec. -Chor-
us 'Sly Amanuensis '525 Red Tap '51,525
H.R. Treas. l50,'51,'52g Operetta '51g Spring
Concert '51. CLAYTON, PATRICIAQ
Pattig Sec. - Usher Corps '5O,'51,'525 Aman-
uensis '52g Skating '50, Co-Capt. '51,'52.
CLEARY, JOSEPH5 I0e,' Acad. CLY-
BURN, GENEg SlJ01'ty,' Gen. Bus.
COHEN, .IANETg jmzg Acad. - Latin '50g
Drama and Radio '50g Philology '51,'52g
Rhetoricians '51,'52g Cafeteria Corps 'Sly
Spectator Bus. '51,'52g National Forensic
League ,5l,l52g Debating '51,'52.
AFTER a seven-game winning streak at the beginning of the season, the T. H.
S. courtsters went into a slum , and wound u with ten losses of the ei hteen
P Pu Q n 1 v gl s
games played. Coach Baxter expressed great praise for the fighting spirit of his
COLLIGAN, jACQUELINEg Iackieg
Acad. - Y-Teens '50,'51, Treas. '525 Li-
brary '505 Naturalists '52, G.A.A. '51,'52,
Sr. Asst. Bobashela '52g Bowling '52,
COLVIN, HOWARDg Hofwieg Acad. -
Service Corps '50,'51g Male Glee Club '50,
'52g Discussion Group '51g French '52g Phil-
ology '52g Tennis '51g Cross Country '50g
Track '5O,'51,'52g Bowling '52g Mario Volpe
Oratorical Award 3rd. '51g COMISKY,
ALBERTg Alg Ind. Arts A.
CONOVER, CAROL5 Gen. Bus. - Red
Color Guard. CONOVER, LOUISg
Acad. - Service Corps '515 Photography
'525 Photographer for Bobashela, Press Class,
Spectator '523 Photography Ed. Bobashela
752. CONSTANCE, DELORES5 Del,-
Gen. Bus. - Costume '51, Treas. '52g H.R.
1 T' . imc.
' A Q
CONTI, CARMELA, Tootsie, Gen. Bus.
COOK, GRACE, Cookie, Gen. Bus. - Pro-
perty Comm. '52. COOK, ROBERT,
Cookie, Ind. Arts B.
COPELAND, HAROLD, Cope, Ind. Arts
B. COPELAND, JAMES, Cope, Ind.
Arts B. COPPER, WALTER, Walt,
Acad. - Experimenters '52, Naturalists '52.
R S I am the spirit of
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I I M
CORTINA, BENJAMIN, Cort, Gen. Bus.
COSTANZO, ROSARIO, Tvfiz, Ind. Arts
B. COTTRELL, RUSSELL, Russ, Ind.
Arts A - Activities '50,'51,'52, H.R. Vice-
COUNTS, DAVID, Stmg, Fine Arts.
COWELL, DANIEL, Skip, Acad. -Band
'5O,'51,'52, German, Pres. '51,'52, Natural-
ists '52, Track '51, H.R. Sec. '50. COX,
VIRGINIA, Gimzy, Acad. - Latin '50,
French '51,'52, National Forensic League
'51, Debate '51, Girls' Science '51,'52, H.R.
Sec. '50,'51, Pres. '52.
R sm, ,
zgigggi-:H 1 f
.. at ,,
CRANMER, PAUL, Gen. Bus. - Soph.
Football '50, Press '52, School Store '52.
CRAY, RONALD, Lefty, Ind. Arts B.
CRESCENZI, JULIUS, jule, Ind. Arts A-
CRIBBS, MARTHA, Sister, Acad.-World
F ederalists '51,'5 2, Service Corps ,5 2, Skat-
ing '52. CRIVELLI, FRANK, Red,
Acad. - Leaders Corps. '52, H.R. Vice-Pres.
'51,'52. cRossEY, WILLIAM, Bill,
Acad. - Boys' Science '52, Woodcraft '52.
IN the sixteenth annual girls' Sport Nite, jane Poinsett led the Red Team to
victory against the Blacks' Sally Yeager. The theme of the annual extravaganza,
held on March 20-24, 1950, was FLIGHT SIXTEEN.
CROSSLAND, JOAN, Home Ec. CRO-
WELL, FREDERICK, Freddy, Acad. -
j. V. Basketball '5O. CRUCIANI, EVE-
LYN, Eve, Sec.
CRUMMEY, HELEN, jazz, Home Ec.
CSERCSEVITS, SHIRLEY, Sbirlg Gen.
Bus. - Costume '50,'51, Pres. '52, Spectator
Bus. '50,'51,'52, Quill and Scroll ,51,'52,
Spring Concert '50, Window Painting '52,
G.A.A. '51,'52. CSOGI, CLARA, Gen.
CURRIE, ROBERT5 Bobg Ind. Arts B.
CZIGLER, ROBERT5 Zeleeg Ind. Arts A-
Band '5O,'51,'52. CZYZEWSKI, LOR-
RAINEg Rai1zy,' Gen. Bus. - Costume '505
Red Cross '5l,'52g Personality '51,'52g Pan-
American '525 H.R. Sec. '51.
D'ABRONZO, LORRAlNEg Sec. - Red
Tap '51. D'AGOSTINO, JOSEPHINE5
Clazzbbyg Gen. Bus. - Social Dance '50,'51g
H.R. Pres. '50, '515 jr. Executive Comm. '51g
Sr. Executive Comm. '52. DAMMAN,
HELEN5 Acad. - Y-Teens '50,'51, Pres. '52g
German ,51, '52g G.A.A. '51,'52g Bowling
'52g Copy Ed. Bobashela '5Z.
D'ARTIGLIO, ANTHONY5 Tonyg Ind.
Arts. B - Activities '52. DAUER, RON-
ALDg Iazzg Acad. - J.V. Football '5O,'5l-
Vars. Football 7523 LV. Baseball '50,,51.
DAUPHARS, JOHN5 Ind. Arts A.
DAVIS, JACQUELIN5 jacleieg Gen. Bus.-
Leaders Corps '52g Art '525 Hockey '50g
Baseball '51g Black Mod. Ex. '51,l52.
DAVIS, RANDALLg Rmzdyg Ind. Arts B
- Soph. Football ,505 J.V. Football '515
Vars. Track '5l. DAVISON, RICHARD5
Dicleg Ind. Arts B - Activities '5O.
am the spirit of
DEAN, ROBERT, Bob, Acad. DE AN-
GELIS, LORRAINE, L01f1'y,' Sec. - Social
Dance '50,'51, J.V. Cheerleader '51, Vars.
Cheerleader '52, Jr. Executive Comm. '51,
Sr. Executive Comm. '52. DE ANGELO,
WILLIAM, Bill, Acad.
DE BLASIO, JOAN, Sec. - H.R. Treas.
'50,'51,'52. DE CORE, ELIDA, Sec. So-
cial Dance '50, Treas. '51, J.V. Cheerleader
'51, Vars. Cheerleader '52, H.R. Vice-Pres.
'51, Chairman Red Cheers '52, Jr. Executive
Comm. '51, Sr. Executive Comm. '52.
DE FEO, JOHN, Rain Drop, Music - Band
'50,'51,'52, Orchestra '52, H.R. Vice-Pres.
. W ,lg-f on 1
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ON May 19 and 20, 1950, Miss Dillon's drama students presented the annual
Senior Play, Howard Lindsay and Russell Crouse's LIFE WITH FATHER.
Grace Cavalieri and Daniel Levin portrayed the leading roles.
DEITZ, CYNTHIA, C.O.D., Acad.-Dra-
ma and Radio '50, United World Federalists
'50,'51, Belles Lettres '50,'51, Historian '52,
Quill and Scroll '51,'52, Discussion Group
'51,'52, Short Story, Sec. '52, Honorable
Mention Poetry Contest '50,'51, Exchange
Ed. Spectator '52, Nat. Forensic League '50.
DEL BARGO, JANET, Twin, Sec. -H.R.
Pres. '50, Sec. for Nurse '52. DEL BAR-
GO, JEAN, Twin, Sec. - Amanuensis '52,
H.R. Vice-Pres. '50, Sec. for Nurse '52.
DEMSKI, ROBERT, Bob, Gen. Bus. -
Service Corps '51. DENITO, JOAN,
Gerry, Gen. Bus. - G.A.A. '50,'51,'52, Ita-
lian '51. DE PATIVO, CARL, Jake, Fine
Arts - Social Dancing '50,'51, Noon Time
Dancing '51, Stagecraft '50,'51.
I W .
hm? .iv ,
- ff' 2 ai, 1 :Y-
DE VIDO, JOHN, jack, Acad. -- Stage-
craft '51,'52, Sigma Epsilon Theta '52, Clio-
nian 'S 2. DEVINE, MARIE, Sec.-Com-
merce '51,'52, Leaders Corps '51, Amanuen-
sis '52, Black Mod. Ex. '51,'52, H.R. Sec. '50
H.R. Vice-Pres. '51,'52. DE VITO
GENE, Acad. - Clionian '50,'51,'52.
l s . 4' 'S-
1, Y .
7 ali.. ., 'I
DEVLIN, JOHN, F1'ia1' john, Acad. - ,fl A,,, ....
Forum '50,'51,'52, Sigma Epsilon Theta '51, E'
'52, Co-Ed. Sports Bobashela '52, Vars. ' W' 'S 3 W
Swimming '50,'51,'52, Vars. Football '51 I Q 'S K
Capt. '52, Vars. Track '51,'52, H.R. Vice- ff
Pres. '5O,'51, Sr. Executive Comm. '52, - q.,' gl-glgip pi' 1s' Q
DEVLIN, PHILIP, Pudgeg Fine Arts. y.7, 5 1
DEWSNAP, GRACE, Home Ec. - Natur- ' a
I am the spirit of
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DI BELLA, ROSE MARIE, Ro, Acad. -
Choir '50,'51,'52, Short Story '51, Pres. '52,
Italian '51, '52, Operetta '51,'52, All-State
Chorus '52. DICKEY, SYLV IA, Fine
Arts - Art '51, Vice-Pres. '52, G.A.A. '51,
'52, H.R. Vice Pres. '51, Inter-Club Coun-
cil '51. DIEI-IL, HARRIET, Let, Gen.
Bus. - Black Tap '51,
DI GIORGIO, LEON, Lippy, Acad.
DIKSA, MARGARET, Peggy, Acad. -
Girls' Science '50,'51,'52, Pan-American '52,
H.R. Treas. '50, H.R. Sec. '52, Usher Corps
'51,'52, Leaders Corps '52, G.A.A. '51,'52.
DILEO, MARIE, Gen Bus. - Locker Sgt.
'50,'51, Leaders Corps '50,'51,'52, Capt.
Gym Class '52, H.R. Pres. '50,'51,'52, Clio-
nian '52, Soph., jr., Sr. Executive Comm.
'50,'51,'52, Black Mod. Ex. '50,'51.
2 Q f
DILL, WILLIAMg Billg Gen. Bus. - Com-
merce '52g H.R. Pres. '50, DILTS, RICH-
ARD3 Dickg Ind. Arts B - H.R. Treas. '52.
DI MARCO, GLORIA5 Glory Gen. Bus. -
Spectator Bus. '50, Mailing Ed. '51,'52g
Leaders Corps '51,l52g Costume '52.
DI MARTINO, PHYLLIS5 Dzzcloessg Sec.
- Orchestra '50,'51,'52g Italian '50,'51,'52g
Amanuensis '515 Steno Memo ,SIQ Art '525
Y-Teens '52g Skating '52. DI PAOLO,
ANN5 Nicleig Gen. Bus. - Sec. to teacher
'52. DI VIA, RICHARD. Dickg Acad.
THE Keene High School Choir, from Keene, New Hampshire, visited our school
on April 25, 1950. We were all thrilled by their singing.
DIX, LYNETTEg Ly1z1'z,' Acad. - Ed. Laur-
eate 751g jr. Executive '51g Clionian '525 Red
Cross '52g Pan-American ,525 Red Color
Guard '52g H.R. Sec. '52. DOMANSKI,
MARLENEg Butclag Sec. - Y-Teens ,5O,'51
'52g G.A.A. '50,'51,'52g Copernican '51g Am-
anuensis '52g Skating 7529 Bowling '50,'51,752.
DORN, MARTINg .Ma1'ty,' Acad. - French
'50,'51,'52g Vars. Swimming '51,'52g Vars.
DORSETT, PATRICIAg Pntg Acad. - La-
tin '50g Y-Teens '51,'523 H.R. Pres. '51g
Laureate '515 Inter-Club Council '50,
DRABB, EDWARD3 Edg Ind. Arts B.
DRAKE, ALLANQ Acad. - Art ,51,'52g
H.R. Treas. '51,'52g Laureate '51g Press '52.
r, . :i, iii' 1'
. M Fx
if 1' is
Q 5 Q-1,
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DRIVER, VVILLIAM, Willieg Acad. - Ser-
vice Corps '51, j.V. Swimming '50,'51
DUFFEY, DONALD, Duffy, Gen. Bus.
DUFFY, JOYCE, Duff, Gen. Bus.-G.A.A.
'50,'51,'52g Y-Teens '51, Red Cross '52, Art
'52, Spectator Bus. '50.
DUMAS, ALBERTA, Bert, Acad. - Art
'52, Y-Teens '52, Skating '50,'52. DU-
PLESSIS, LORRAINE, L01'1'y,' Gen. Bus.
- Glee Club '5O,'51 Belles Lettres 52.
DYKSTRA, BARBARA, Babs, Gen. Bus.
f I am the spirit of
DYKSTRA, NANCY 3 Nmzg Gen. Bus.
EDDY, ROBERTA, Bobbie, Acad. - Co-
pernican '50, '51, G.A.A. '50, Vice-Pres. '51g
Leaders Corps '50,51,52, Pan American
'52, Red Cross '52, Var. Swimming '51,'52.
EDVVARDS, JANICE, Img Acad. - Art
'50, Naturalists '51, Pres. '52, World Fed-
eralists '51, Usher Corps '52.
EITZER, EVELYN, Ev, Sec. - Commerce
'52. ELGES, INGRID, Gen. Bus.
ELIAS, ELMER, jack, Acad. -Band '51,
'52, Orchestra '51,'52, Red Band '51,'52,
Swing Band '51,'52, Soph. Football '50.
ELLIOTT, ANNE, Acad. - Naturalists
'52, Red Decorations '52, Art Ed. Bobashela
'52. ELLISON, JUDITH, Indy, Fine
Arts - Art '50,'51,'52, G.A.A. '50,'51,'52,
Chorus '50,'51, Leaders Corps '50,'51,'52,
Service Corps"50,'51, Black Props. '51, H.R.
Treas. '50,'51,52. ELSINGER, BARBA-
RA, Bzzrbg Gen. Bus. - H.R. Treas. '51.
ERKOBONI, RALPH, Ind. Arts B.
ERNEST, MAR-IORIE, Midge, Acad. -
German '51.'52. ESCULISH, DORO-
THY, Dot, Gen. Bus. - H.R. Sec. '50,
f "5v s
THE 1950 T. H. S. team had a very successful season, under the direction of
Mr. Tom Murphy. Our boys brought in ten victories of the thirteen games played.
ESTOK, ROSE MARIE, Rosie, Gen. Bus.
- Coin, Treas. '50, Sec. '51, Costume '52,
H.R. Sec. '52. EVERETT, JOAN, jog
Gen. Bus. - Usher Corps '5O,'51,'52, Chorus
'51, Costume '51, Skating '52. FALCEY,
GERRY, Gerry, Acad. - j.V. Swimming
FALZONE, MARY, Babe, Gen. Bus.-Pho-
tography '51, Red Costume '51, Red Usher
'52, Sec. for Teacher '52. FARBER,
LOUIS, Red, Acad. - Service Corps '51,
Experimenters '52. FARROXV, DALE,
A1,Acad.- Choir '5O,'51,52, Chorus '50,'51,
'52, Glee Club '50,'51,'52, Operetta '52,
Vars. Soccer '51.
FEASTER, WILLIAM, Cokey Bill, Ind.
Arts A. - Activities '5 2. FEEHAN,
ALICE, Al, Acad. - Clionian '51,'52,
G.A.A. '51, Quill and Scroll '51, Treas. '52,
Discussion Group '51, Jr. Asst. Spectator
'51, jr. Executive Comm. '51, Red Cross '52,
Spectator Page Ed. '52, Sr. Exec. Comm.
'52, Chairman Red Marching '52, H.R.
Pres. '50, H.R. Vice-Pres. '52, T.H.S. Dele-
gate to Citizenship Institute '5 2. FEEHAN,
DORIS, D01',' Gen. Bus.
FENNELLI, JAMES, Big jzm, Acad. -
JK". Basketball '51, Yars. Basketball '52,
Vars. Soccer '52. FERGUSON, RO-
BERT, Fcrgie, Ind. Arts B - j.Y. Track
'51, Vars. Track '52. FERRY, MAR-
GARET, Peggy, Sec. - Copernican '51,
Amanuensis '51,'52, H.R. Sec. '50,
FILGTEI, ANN,Fl0t, Sec. - G.A.A. '50,
'51, H.R. Sec. '51,'52. FIORI, JOAN,
Gen. Bus. - Leaders Corps '50,'51,'52, So-
cial Dance '50,'51, Spectator Bus. '50, Art
'52, Copy Ed. Bobashela '52, Red Cheers
'50,'51,'52, Vars. Cheers '52, H.R. Vice-Pres.
'50, H.R. Vice-Pres. '52, 1st.Lieut. Gym '52.
FITZGEORGE, MARILYN, Acad.-Pyth-
agorean '51, Sec. '52, Bowling '51,'52.
FLEMING, CATHERINE, Cathy, Acad.
- Latin '50, Girls' Science '50,'51,'52, Usher
Corps '50,'51, Skating '51, '52, Red Publicity
Comm. '52, Debate '51. FLEMING,
MARILYN, Acad. - World Federalists '50,
Y-Teens '52. FLYNN, EDWARD, Ed,
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FODOR, HAROLD, Hap, Ind. Arts A -
Choir l5O,751,752, Glee Club '50,'51,'52.
FORD, BETHENE, Home EC. FORD,
VVAYNE, Ozzie, Ind. Arts A-Band '52.
FORMAROLI, ANTOINETTH Dolly,-
Sec. FORRESTER, JANE, Acad. -
Pythagorean '51,52.- FORT,LEONARD,
LC71lIy,' Ind. Arts B-Chorus 750,'51, Glee
ON September 11, 1950, we returned to T. H. S. as juniors. We could find
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FOWLER, VVILLIAM, Adolph, Acad.
FOY, BEATRICEQ Bea, Gen. Bus.-G.A.A.
'52, H.R. Treas. '51. FRANCKOWIAK,
THERESA, Terry, Sec. - G.A.A. '50,'51,
Leaders Corps '50, Spectator Bus. '50, Red
Cross '51,'52, Y-Teens '51, Art '52, Arnan-
FRANKLIN, DORIS, Dag Acad. - World
Federalists '50, Y-Teens '52. FRANTZ,
I-IERMAN, Doc, Ind. Arts B - H.R. Pres.
'50,'51. FRANTZ, RUTH, Gen. Bus.
FRASCELLA, WILLIAM, Bill, Acad.
FREEMAN, JOYCE, joy, Sec. - Person-
ality '50,'51,'52, Amanuensis '52, H.R. Sec
'51, FRENCH, JOAN, Pemzy, Gen. Bus.
-Commerce '50,'51,'52, Coin, Sec. '50, Pres.
FRENCH, VIRGINIA, Gimzie, Acad. -
Personality '50,'51, Pres. '52, Red Cross '50,
'51, Sec. '52, Latin '50, Quill and Scroll '51
Pres. '52, Chairman Black Music '52, Or-
chestra '50,'51, Pres. '52, jr. Class Treas. '51,
Literary E. Spectator '52, H.R. Vice-Pres.
'50, H.R. Pres. '51, All State Orchestra '50,
'51,'52. FUCCELLO, ANTHONY,
Tony, Acct.-Commerce '50,'51, Service
Corps '50,'51,'52, Art '50,'51, Sport Nite
Props. '50,'51,'52, Honor Roll, '51,
F UCCELLO, ROBERT, Sub, Ind. Arts B.
- Activities '50,'51.
I am the spirit of
F UESSEL, JUNE, Maggie, Gen. Bus. -
G.A.A. '50,'51,'52, Costume '52, H.R. Sec.
'5 2. GALLETTI, DOLORES, Galletti,
Gen. Bus. -- Prelude '50,'51,'52, Ballet '50,
'51,'52, Red Tap '50,'51,'52, Operetta '51,
GALLO, PASQUALE, Pat, Gen. Bus.
GAMBINO, JAMES, jim, Acct. - Stage-
craft '50,'51, H.R. Pres. '50. GANTI-
OSA, JAMES, Dinker, Ind. Arts B.
GARDNER, MARTIN, Acad. - Band '50,
'51,'52, Red Band '50,51, Swing Band '51,
Asst. Leader Swing Band '52, Asst. Field
Marshall Band '51, Drum Major Band '51,
'52, Debate '51, Naturalists '52.
GARRETT, BARBARA, Bag, Sec. - Pho-
tography '52, Ballet '50,'51,'52, Prelude '50,
'51,'52, Black Tap '51,,52, Operetta '51,
GARSKY, THOMAS, juan, Acad. - Boys'
Science '51,'52, Forum '5O. GASKINS,
ELLA, Slim, Gen. Bus.
GAUCK, BARBARA, -Barb, Acad. - Red
Cross '50,'51,'52, Chorus '50, Operetta '50,
Choir '51, Spectator '51, Quill and Scroll
'51,,52, Pan-American ,52, Clionian '52,
Asst. Managing Ed. Bobashela '52, Sr. Exec-
utive '52, Miss America '52, H.R. Sec. '50,
'51,'52. GAUGES, JOSEPH, joe, Ind.
Arts B. GENNELLO, DOMINIC,
Dom, Acad. - Italian '51,'52, H.R. Treas.
NAUGHTY MARIETTA was given on December 8 and 9, 1950. Stella
F ruscione and George Courtney again played the leading roles.
GERMAN, JEAN, Sbortpants, Sec. - H.R.
Pres. '52. GERNHARDT, VVILLIAM,
Sixty, Ind. Arts B-Photography '5O,'51,'52.
GIBSON, HELEN, Pete, Home EC.-H.R.
GIBSON, MARY, Home Ec. - H.R. Pres.
'51. GIDUSKO, DOROTHY, Acad. -
Phi Zeta '51, Pres. '52. GILCHRIST,
JAMES, ji1m1zie,' Ind. Arts B H.R. - Vice-
Pres. '52, Chorus '52.
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GILLESPIE, RICHARD5 Gen. Bus. - H.R.
Treas. '52, GINSBURG, MARA LYN5
Giilseyg Acad. - Drama and Radio '50,'51,
'52g Philology '50y Spectator Bus. '51,'52g
French '525 Prelude '515 Latin Awardg Di-
rector Repertory Theatre '51, GINTER,
KIARILYN5 Lymzg Gen. Bus. - Spectator
lf: 'f -f1i'i2'z.Lggb ' -if
Bus. '50g Leaders Corps '50,'51,'52g Prelude I p,,, , , H M.
'515 Ballet '515 Red Rhythmlcs '52, 'A 2 i A..l.." 'ill ' l.," ' :' 5
GlORDANO,PATRlCl.-X3Sec.-Costume ' "" 'K p to 5
'51, Sec. '52. GIUDICI, ERNEST5 Gun- '
vzerg Acad. - J.V. Soccer '5O,'51. GIY- ' F' N
ENS, BEATRICEQ PCZf7l7IifllI Gen. Bus. - Rpzyy 5 N EEH .': p p or
11,1'19g-w V , , ..
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I am the spirit of
GLOYLR, HERBERT9 Acad. GOLD-
BILRG, BARBARA9 Bolzbyg See. - G.A.A
'52. GGLDEN, JOYCRQ Goldieg Gen
Bus. - Y-Teens '50,'51,'525 Costume '52
Operetta Props. '5l,'52.
GOLDSTEIN, NARA LYN5 Pi7'!1iCf Acad
- Rhetoricians '50g Cafeteria Corps '50,'51
National Forensic League '5lg Costume '52
H.R. Sec. '52g Usher Corps '52, GOOLS-
BY, BARBARA5 W'cc-lVcc,' Home Ee.
GOSS, LEROY3 l311bbIc5,' lnd. Arts B.-
Glee Club '5o,'51,'s2.
GRAF, AGNES, Aggie, Sec. - Amanuen-
sis '51,'52, H.R. Vice-Pres. '50, H.R. Sec.
'51, H.R.'Treas. '52. GRAF JOSEPH,
Wflaiteyg Ind. Arts A. GRASER, JOYCE,
Gen. Bus. - Pan-American '50,'51,'52,
Leaders Corps '5O,'51, Swimming '50,'51,
Red Mod. '5O,'51, j.V. Cheerleader '51,
Varsity Cheerleader '52, Red Songs and
Cheers '52, Sec. '50,'51.
GRASSMYER, WILLIAM, Grass, Acad.
- Woodcraft '50,'51, Boys' Science '52, Ex-
perimenters '52, Soph. Football '50, Vars.
Football '52, H.R. Vice-Pres. '52.
GRECO, JOAN, Acad. - Drama and Radio
'50, Red Cross '51, Treas. '52, Personality
'51, Sec. '52, Leaders Corps, Vice-Pres. '52,
Black Character '50,'51, Black Team Capt.
'52, H.R. Pres. '50,'51,'52, Sec. jr. Class '51,
lst Lieut. Gym Class, Co-Ed. Girls' Sports,
Bobashela, 52. GREENE, EUGENIA,
jean, Home Ec. - G.A.A. '50, Cafeteria
a t fi'
TRENTON CATHOLIC defeated T. H. S. by a score of 33 to 0. At: the
end of the 1950 season, the Tornadoes had won three and tied one of the seven
if . . ..
GREENLEY, ALAN, Al, Acad. - Forum
'51,'52, French '51,'52. GREER, JAMES,
jim, Acad. GROGAN, GERALDINE,
Gerry, Sec. - Commerce '5O,'51, Pres. '52,
Spectator Bus. '50, Pan-American '51,'52,
Red Mod. Ex. '50,'51. Chairman '52, Swim-
ming '50, Leaders Corps '51,'52, Floor Sgt.
'51, 1st Lieut. Gym '52, J.V. Cheerleader
'51, Vars. Cheerleader '52, H.R. Vice-Pres.
'51, Pres. '52,
GROH, CELIA, Ceil, Gen. Bus. - Choir
'50,'51, School Store '52. GROSS, SHIR-
LEY, Red, Gen. Bus. - Costume '50,'51,'52.
GROUSER, CHARLES, Buzzie, Gen. Bus.
HALLMARK, ANN3 Amiieg Acad. - Latin
'5Og Phi Zeta ,50,751, Vice-Pres. 'S2g Usher
Corps '5O,'i1,'523 Leaders Corps '51,,529
Floor S t. ,51,'5Z9 Skating '5O,'51, Red Capt
'52. HALTMEYER, THOMASg Spiderg
Acad. - Photography '51,'52g H.R. Vice-
Pres. '52. HANCOCK, HELEN5 Gen.
Bus. - G.A.A. '52g Red Props '52.
HANKINS, JANET5 Gen. Bus. - Art '51
'52. HARBOURT, PATRICIA5 Pazg Sec
- Short Story '505 Photography 751,'5Z
H.R. Pres. '505 Official Family '52,
HARRIS, HLRBILRT5 Herbg Gen. Bus.
GUFFICK, WILLIAM, Bill,' Acad.
GUGLIELMO, DONALDg Acct. GU-
THRIE, PATRICIA5 Patg Sec. - Cafeteria
Corps 7515 Leaders Corps '51,'52g Costume
HAACKER, LEE5 Leog Acad. - Stagecraft
'50,'51,752g Experimenters '52. HALL,
DOLORES5 Focalxg Acad. - Latin '50g Cos-
tume '51,'525 H.R. Treas. 'S1,'525 Sr. Asst.
Bobashela '52. HALL, ROBERTg Gen.
Bus. - Band '5O,'51,'52g Orchestra '51,52.
I am the spirit of
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HARRIS, KATHERINE, D0zfty,' Home
Ee. HARRISON, MARGARET, Mar-
gie, Sec. - Red Cross '52, Black Cheerleader
'51,'52. HATCHER, ELLA, El, Gen.
HAYWARD, JOANNE, 10, Acad.-Usher
Corps '51,'52, Leaders Corps '52, Swim-
ming '50, Vars. Swimming '51, Co-Captain
Girls' Swimming '52, Head Locker Sgt.,
Leaders 752, Vars. Cheerleader '52.
HEARNS, ELIZABETH, Libby, Home Ee.
HEATH, KATHRYN, Kay, Acad. - Dra-
ma and Radio '50,'5l,'52, Leaders Corps '50,
'51, Red Cross '51,'52, Inter-club Council
'52, Layout Ed. Spectator Bus. '51,'52, Belles
Lettres '52, Chairman Black Costumes '52.
GENEVIEVE BEHN, a member of the class of '52, was selected Campus
Queen by the Scholastic Roto Magazine. This was an honor for both Genevieve
and Trenton High School.
HECK, JEAN, Acad. - Latin '50, Y-Teens
'51, String Ensemble '5O,'51, Vice Pres. Or-
chestra '5 2, Concert Mistress '5 2. HEN
DERSON, DONALD, Don, Acad. - For
um '50,'51,'52, Vars. Swimming '50,'51,'52
Vice Pres. Senior Class '5 2. HEN-
DRICKSON, ANNA, Bette, Acad. - Red
Mod. EX. '51, Chairman Publicity '52, Hon-
or Roll '50, ,X
HENLEY, IRENE, Renie, Home Ec. ..', Q gg., ff 5 , 5,
HENNIGAN, MONROE, Ind. Arts B. ' "" r. ,
HESS,FRANCES,Betty,Acad.-Coin'50, I I fav- "5 I
Copernican '50,'51, German '51,'52, G.A.A.
'50,'51,'52, Girls' Science '52, Vars. Swim-
ming '50,'51,'52, Life Saving '51, Press '52.
HIGGINS, DIANE, Taffy, Acad. - Chor-
. I p, M 3 us '5O,'51, Personality '51,'52, Leaders Corps
. ' '5O,'51,'52, Girls' Science '50, Red Cross '52,
Pan-American '52, Usher Corps '52, Floor
Sgt. '50, 1st Lieut. '51, Head Locker Sgt. '52,
H.R. Sec. '50,'52. HIGGINS, GALE,
Gay, Acad. - Girls' Science '50,'51g G.A.A.
'50,'51,'52, Chorus '5O,'51, Usher Corps '51,
, '52, Spring Concert '51, Art '52, Sr. Asst. I
'M Bobashela '52, Red Cross '52. HILL,
i at HELEN, Gen. Bus.
' - I
HINES, LAURA, Cindy, Gen. Bus. -
H G.A.A. '50. HIRTELEN, SHIRLEY,
Gen. Bus. - H.R. Treas. '51, H.R. Sec. '52.
HOBSON, AUDREY, Ami, Gen. Bus.
3 may 5
I am the spirit of
'- HODANISH, MICHAEL, Mickeyg Gen.
Bus. - Photography '5O,'51,'52, H.R.
Treas. '50. HOFING, SIDNEY, Sid,
Acad. HOHL, -IANIS, jmzg Gen. Bus.
HOLL, JEAN, Gen. Bus. - Social Dance
'50,'51, Pan-American '51,52, H.R. Sec. '50,
'51. HOLLOWAY, SHIRLEY, Gen.
Bus. HOLZMAN, BARBARA, Babsg
Acad. - French '50,'51,'52, Cafeteria Corps
'51, '52, Spectator Bus. '50,'51,'52g Red
Character '50, Hon-Mention Window
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HOPKINS, MARIE, Pinky, Home Ec.
HOUSEL, DOLORES, Dee, Fine Arts
HOWELL, MARVIN, Hofwelyg Acct
HULIHAN, GEORGE, Acad. - Experi-
HUNT, DONNA MARIE, Donna, Sec.
menters '52, Naturalists '52, H.R. Pres. '50
Spectator Bus. '50,'51,'52, G.A.A. '50,'51
752, World Federalists '51, Naturalists '51
Red Cross '52, H.R. Treas. '50, H.R. Sec
'52. HUNT, MARGARETTA, Acad. -
Phi Zeta '5O,'51, Cafeteria Corps '51, Sr
Asst. Bobashela '52.
THE class of 1952 selected Harlan CTinkerj Peterson as president of the
Vear. Other officers were Gerald Stockman, vice president, Joan Greco, secretarvg
and Virginia French, treasurer.
HUNT, SALLY ANN, Sal, Gen. Bus. -
Leaders Corps '5O,'51,'52, Commerce '51,l52'
Costume Comm. '50,'51, H.R. Treas. '50,
H.R. Sec. '51,752. HUSOSKY, AL-
BERT, Al, Ind. Arts A. - Radio '52.
HUTCHINSON, LAURA, Gen. Bus,
HVIZDOCK, MARY ANN, Viz, Acad. -
Black Character '51,'52, H.R. Sec. '50.
IIVIMORDINO, ANTHONY, Tony, Gen.
Bus. - H.R. Pres. '50. INFANTI, RON-
AID, Ron, Acad.
INGBER, JACOB, jack, Acad. - Drama
and Radio '50,'51,'52, T.H.S. Representative
to Boys' State '51. INNOCENZI, PAUL,
Ind. Arts B. - Service Corps '5O,'51,'52.
INNOCENZI, RICHARD, Race Twfckg
Acct. - Commerce '51, Vice-Pres. '52.
JAHOS, THALIA, Acad. - Leaders Corps
'50,,51,'52, G.A.A. ,51,,525 Pan-American
'51, Sec. '52, Clionian '52, Sr. Executive
Comm. '52, Yars. Swimming '5O,'51,'525 Red
Mod. EX. '51,,52, H.R. Vice-Pres. '50,l52.
JAKUBOWSKI, RICHARD, jake, Ind.
Arts A. - Photography '52, Vars. Soccer
152. JANNOTTI, JOAN, Sec. - Red
JANTZ, CHARLES, Max, Gen. Bus.
JENEI, RONALD, Romzieg Acad. - Male
Glce Club '50,'51,'52, Chorus ,5O,'51,'52,
Choir '50,751,'525 Operetta 750,'51,'52.
JEZ, STANLEY, Ind. Arts A.
JOHNSON, MARGARET, Peg, Acad. -
Clionian 750,751,525 Usher Corps '51,'52.
-IOHNSON, SUSIE, Sue, Gen. Bus. - Caf-
eteria Corps '52. JOHNSON, VAL, Val,
Acad. - German '51, Treas. '52, Naturalists
'52, Quill and Schroll ,51,52, H.R. Pres. '50,
751, I-LR. Vice-Pres. ,525 Laureate '51, Ed.
in-Chief Bobashela '52.
am the spirit of
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-IOHNSTON, JEAN, feamzeg Gen. Bus.
JONES, THOMASENA, Town, Home Ec.
- Personality '50,'51,'52, Y-Teens '50,'51,
G.A.A. '50,'51,'52, Costume '50. JOPKO,
GEORGE, Ind. Arts B.
KALE, DONALD, Fine Arts. KALMES,
GRACE, Doll, Sec. - H.R. Sec'y-Treas.
'52, Sec. for teacher '51,'52. KAME-
NICKY, MARIE, Gen. Bus. - H.R. Treas.
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ALTHOUGH the 1951 quintet won only eight games of the twenty-one
played, the spirit and teamwork proved to be excellent, and the J. V. squad looked
like good varsity material for the next season.
KANE, JOAN, Sec. - Clionian '5O,'51,'52,
Pan-American '51,'52', Leaders Corps '51,
Vars. Swimming '50, Black Cheerleader '50,
'51, J.V. Cheerleader '51, Vars. Cheerleader
'52, G.A.A. '50. KAPLAN, IRWIN,
Izzy, Acad. - Service Corps '51,'52, Usher
Corps 'S 1. KAPLAN, RUTH, Rik,
Acad. - Drama and Radio '50,'51,'52,
Rhetoricians '5O,'51,'52, Cafeteria Corps '51,
'52, Spectator Bus. '52,
KASSONI, VIRGINIA, Gimzyg Gen. Bus.
KEENHOLD, RONALD, Ronnie, Acad.
- Forum '51, Vice-Pres. '52, Sigma Epsilon
Theta, Vice-Pres. '52, Vars. Swimming '50,
'51, Co-Capt. '52, H.R. Vice-Pres. '51, Pres.
'52, Pres. Presidents' Council '52, Sr. Execu-
tive Comm. '52. KELLY, EDWARD,
Ed, Ind. Arts A - Vars. Baseball '50,'51.
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LER, XVALTER9 Waltg ind. Arts A - SR
Activities ,51,l5 2. KENNEDY, MARI- 5 R 3 " ii C i
ONQ Acad' L LL ,l L
".'Q' "' g ii ig LL,h A"2 Q
KERSMAN, BARBARA5 Smzffyg Gen.
Bus. KEUPER, THOMAS5 Ind. Arts A
KILLINGSWORTH, PATRICIA5 Pm?
Home Ec. - Art '52.
L i ARALR
i . W-350,
Q it Q.
I am the spirit of
KINCAID, LORRAINEQ Duckfzzceg Acad.
KING, DAVID5 Gen. Bus. KLUZNER,
EDWARD5 Cloubg Gen. Bus.
KNAPP, RICHARDg Kid Kmzppg Ind.
Arts B - H.R. Vice-Pres. '52, KNEE-
SHAW, JGAN5 Sec. - Belles Lettres '51,
,523 Commerce '51,'52. KNOWLES,
NANCY5 Dizg Sec. - G.A.A. '50g Chorus
'515 Choir ,525 Amanuensis ,51,,52g Quill
and Scroll '51,'525 Inter-Club Council '525
Bowling ,525 H.R. Pres. '51,'52.
KOMPANIK, MARION, Sec. - G.A.A.
'50,'51, Amanuensis '52, Art '52, Red Cross
'52, KOVACS, JOSEPH, Gen. Bus.
KOVAL, MARTHA, Marty, Sec. - Sec.
KRAFT, DOLORES, Dee, Sec. - Com-
merce '50,'51,'52, Leaders Corps '52, Black
Cheerleader '51,'52, H.R. Sec. '50,'51.
KRAMER, BERNARD, Bewzie, Gen. Bus.
KRAMER, NORMAN, N Wm, Ind. Arts A.
THE T. H. S. girl's Sport Nite was held for the seventeenth year, from March
12 to 16, 1951. Under the able leadership of Marjorie Saville, the Blacks defeated
the Reds led by Janet Briggs. The theme was IMAGINE THAT.
KRAML, JOHN, Ind. Arts A - H.R. Vice-
Pres. '52. KRECICKI, JOAN, 10, Gen.
Bus. - Photography '51, Pres. '52, Chairman
Red Costumes '52. KREIDLER, JOAN,
Bubbles, Acad. - Latin '50,'51,'52, Foreign
Language librarian '52, G.A.A. '50,'51,'52,
Marching Committee, '52 Co-Ed. Girls'
Sports, Bobashela '52,
KRISANDA, RONALD, Ronnie, Ind. Arts
A - Band '50,'51,'52, Black Band '50,'51,'52,
Uniform Co-Sergeant '5 2. KROEH-
LING, FRANCIS, Ind. Arts B - Activities
'51,'52, Woodcraft '52, KROSNICK,
RHEA, Acad. - Latin '50, Spectator Bus.
'50,'51,'52, Orchestra '50, String Ensemble
'50, Pythagorean '51,'52, Honor Guard '52.
LAFKAS, JAMES, Gus, Acad. - Drama
and Radio '52, H.R. Treas. '50, '51, H.R.
Pres. '52. LAIRD, BRUCE, Acad.
LANG, LEONE, Lollyg Acad. - Rhetori-
cians '50, French '50, Vice-Pres. '51,'52, Red
Character '51,'52, Cafeteria Corps, '51,'52.
LARKIN, STEVE, Acad. - H.R. Pres. '50,
H.R. Vice-Pres. '52, Forum '50,'51,'52, jr.
Executive Comm. '51, Prince of junior
Prom '51, Vars. Swimming '50,'51,'52.
LARSON, EDWARD, Ed, Acad. - Chorus
'50, Glee club '50, Choir '50, Band '51,'52,
Latin '50,'51. LASHUTKA, PAUL, Ind.
Arts B - H.R. Pres. '52, Vars. Baseball '51,
KUHL, SHIRLEY, jeff. Gen. Bus.
KUNKELY, CHRISTINE, Chris, Acad.-
- Phi Zeta '51,'52, Chorus '50,'51,'52, Choir
'50,751,'52, Red Decorations '50,'51,'52,
Red Publicity '52, Spectator '51, Bobashela
'52, Quill and Scroll '51,'52. KURTZ,
STANLEY, Stan, Acad. - J. V. Football
'5o,'51, Asst. Mgr. Swimming '50, Mgr. '51,
'52, Chorus '50, Male Chorus '50, Operetta
KUSEK, ARTHUR, Art, Ind. Arts A.
KUSHNER, NICHOLAS, Skip, Ind. Art
A. KUSNIRIK, MICHAEL, Mickey,
Forum '52, J. V. Baseball '51, Vars. Baseball
'52, H.R. Vice-Pres. '5O,'51, Pres. Leaders
I am the spirit of
LASKEY, lRXlAg Leeg Acad. - Chorus '5O.
LATIMER, MARYINQ Lfztyg Ind. Arts B
- Leaders Corps '51,l525 j.V. Basketball '50.
LATOOF, THELMA5 Smileyg Sec. - Or-
chestra 75O,'51, Sec. '52g String Ensemble
'5O,'51,'525 Y-Teens 7525 Glee Club, Sec. '52.
Boys' Science '5O,'51, Sec
l5O, Vice-Pres. '51, Pres.
eralists '51g j.V. Tennis
751,523 Debate '5O,7515
Flag Gen. Bus.
Herbg Acad. -
'525 Belles Lettres
'525 World Fed-
5Og Vars. Tennis
H.R. Pres. '52,
LAYINTHAL, ARTHUR5 A1'tie,' Acct. -
Projection Crew ,5O,'51,l525 Radio '52,
THE 1951 Senior Play was presented on May 25 and 26, 1951. The drama students
selected SEVENTH HEAVEN by Austin Strong and starred Marilyn Pitasky
and George Courtney.
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LAYVRENCE, ROBERT5 Baby Acad. -
Boys' Science 75O,'51,'525 Experiinenters '52.
LAYDEN, FLORENCE5 F105 Acad. -
Leaders Corps '52. LEE, HARRY3 Pin
Hei1d,' lnd. Arts B.
LEES, DORIS3 D01'e,' Sec. - Amanuensis
'51, Vice-Pres. '52, LEFKOXVITZ,
RONALDQ Lcflcog Acad. LEFTXVICH,
PHYLLISQ Pbylg Acad. - Philolgy '5Og
Spanish'51g Leaders Corps '52, Black Gaines
'525 Bank Clerk '52,
LEFTWICH, RICHARD, Bzzbby, Ind.
Arts A - Glee Club '50, j.V. Basketball
'50,'51, Soph. Football '50, j.V. Football
'51, LEKKA, JOHN, Reb, Acct. -
Commerce '51,'52. LENART, THOM-
AS, Tom, Ind. Arts B.
LEONARD, HERBERT, H61-ly, Gen. Bus.
Band '50,'51,'52. LEONI, RICHARD,
Ind. Arts A. LESTER, ELIZABETH'
Betty, Gen. Bus.
LEVY, SANDRA, Smzdi, Acad. - Leaders
Corps '50, Service Corps '5O,'51,'52, Usher
Corps '50,'51, Spectator Bus. '50, Bus. Man-
ager '51,'52, Discussion Group '51,'52, Quill
and Scroll '51,'52, Stagecraft '52, Red Dec-
orations '51,'52. LEWIS, JOAN, Acad.
- Latin '50, Girls' Science '50, Treas. '51,
'52, French '51, Belles Lettres '51,'52, H.R.
Treas. '51,'52, Quill and Scroll '51,'52, Ed.
in-Chief Spectator '52, 1st Place Short Story
Contest '51, Delegate, NJ. Girls' State '51,
Black Publicity '51, Chairman '52. LEW-
IS, MINNIE, Mzzmcla, Home EC. - Girls'
LEVVIS, PATRICIA, Pat, Acad. - Chorus
'50, Latin '50, Leaders Corps '50,'51,'52,
Belles Lettres '51, Sec. '52, Spectator Bus.
'51,'52, H.R. Sec. '50, H.R. Treas. '51,'52.
LICCARDO, JOHN, johnny, Acad. -
Forum '50,'51,'52, Glee Club '50,'51,'52,
Chorus '50,'51,52, Choir '5l,'52, Operetta
'51,'52. LINK, MARY ANNE, Gen.
Bus. - Costume '5l,'52, G.A.A. '52, Red
I am the spirit of
LOUIS, MARTIN, Acad. - Rhetoricans
'50,'51, Pythagorean '51, Treas. '52, Drama
and Radio '50, World Federalists '50,'51,'52,
Forum '52, Nat'l Forensic League, Degree
of Distinction, '5 2. LOWE, ALBERT,
Al, Acad. LUBIN, STUART, Skippy,
Acad. - Latin '50,'51,'52, Experimenters
'52, H.R. Sec. '52.
LUPO, JOYCE, Sec. - Personality '51,'52,
H.R. Pres. '50,'51. LUSTIG, WAYNE,
Lzzs, Acad. - Philatelic '50,'51, Pres. '52,
Drama and Radio '50, Repertory Theatre
'50, Rhetoricans 50,'51, World Federalists
'51,'52, Form '52, Nat'l Forensic League '50,
'51, Inter-Club Council '51,'52, Black Props.
'51,'52, J. V. Track '50, j.V. Soccer, Mgr.
'50,'51, Vars. Soccer, Mgr. '52, Vars. Ten-
nis '52, 2nd Place, N. F. L. District Debate
Tournament. MACCARONI, MARION,
Sec. - Social Dance '50,'51, Jr. Executive
Comm. '51, Sr. Executive Comm. '52, Red
Costumes '51,'52, H.R. Pres. '5O.
TRENTON HIGH SCHOOL was honored by being one of the schools visited
by educational leaders of Saudi Arabia and Korea. These men were studying the
school systems of America.
MACK, SARA, Smurf, Acad.-Y-Teens '50,
'51,'52, G.A.A. '51'52, Foreign Language
Library '51, Latin '52, World Federalists
'52, H.R. Treas. '52, H.R. Banking Officer
'52, MADOLE, HARRY, Mole, Acad.
- Band '50, Asst. Manager '51, Student Di-
rector '52, Orchestra '50,'51,'52, Swing
Band '50,'51,'52. MAGEE, AUDREY,
Mickey, Gen. Bus. - Library Asst. '51,'52,
H.R. Pres. '51.
MAGILL, VVILLIAM, Sax, Ind. Arts B.
MALDERA, JENNIE, Iwi, Sec. - Costume
'51, Anianuensis '51, Pres. '52, Black Cos-
tumes '51, Black Marching '52, H.R. Sec.
'52. MALLOY, THOMAS, Tom, Acad.
MANCINE, OLYMPIA, Dolly, Sec. -
Leaders Corps ,5o,'51,'52, Personality '52,
Black Cheers '50,'51,'52, j.V. Cheerleaders
'51, Vars. Cheerleaders '52, Capt. 1st Period
Gym. MANZER, MARGARET, Acad.
- Drama and Radio '50,'51, Corresponding
Sec. '52, World Federalists '50, Sec'y-Treas.
'51, Pres. '52, Orchestra '50,'51,'52, Choir
'51, Belles Lettres '51, Program Chairman
'52, Red Props. '51. MARA, RUTH,
Acad. - Latin '50,'51, Belles Lettres '5O,'51,
'52, Leaders Corps '50,'51,'52, Debate '50,
'51, Honor Roll '51.
MARCUS, ROSELYN, Ros, Acad. - Dra-
ma and Radio '5O,'51,'52, Accompanist for
Male Glee Club, Chorus, and Choir '50,'51,
'52, Christmas Concert '5 0,'51,'5 2, Spring
Concert '50,'51,'52, Chairman Red Music
'51,'5 2. MARFINO, JOAN, Peanut,-
Gen. Bus. - Library Asst. '51,'52. MAR-
FINO, JOSEPH, joe, Acct.
I am the spirit of
MARKULEC, JOAN, I0a1'mie,.Sec. -
Amanuensis '51,'52. MARLOW, SU-
ZANNE, Sue, Sec. - Clionian '50,'51,52,
Red Cross '5O,'51, Black Marching '51,
Black Flag Bearer '52. MAROCCO,
MARY ANNE, Mare, Sec. - Photography
'50,'51, Sec. '52.
MARTELLONI, LOUISE, Lou, Gen. Bus.
MARTIN, MARGARET, Peggy, Acad. -
Red Cross '50,'51, Choir '50,'51,'52, Oper-
etta '50,'51,'52, Chairman Black Theme
Song '52. MASON, MARILYN, Mace,
Sec. - G.A,A. '50,'51,'52, Amanuensis '51,
'52, Spectator Bus. '50, Commerce '52, Red
Marching '52, I-l.R. Pres. '52.
MASON, MARYQ Babyg Gen. Bus.
MASTROSIMONE, -IOHNg Acad. - Pho-
tography '5O,'51,'S2g Photography Award
'51. MATHIS, DONALD5 Donnieg
Ind. Arts B. if 3 L it QP' L
MAURIZI, ELIZABETH. Bettyg Sec. -
Amanuensis '51g Red Cheers '5l,'52g H.R.
Treas. '51. MCDONALD, EDWARD5
Mickeyg Acad. MCDONOUGH, PAT-
RICK5 Patg Gen. Bus.
THE T. H. S. Choir was given a plaque by the radio and television personality,
Paul Whiteman. This plaque showed Mr. Whiteman's appreciation of Trenton
High School, for being one of the school choirs appearing on his T. V. Teen-
a Sis 5
MCGINNIS, GRACEg Mamieg Gen. Bus. 5'-F
MCGUIGAN, KAYg Deeg Acad. - Belles w
Lettres '50,'51g Latin '50g Art '50g Pan- . ...iir L
American '51,'52g Quill and Scroll '51,'52,
Naturalists '52. MCMILLIAN, AN- l .
DORAg Anneg Home Ec.
MCMILLIAN, GLORIAg Sloortyg Gen
Bus. - Cafeteria Corps '51. MENGONI
JACQUELINEQ Iacleieg Acad. - Latin '50
'51,'52g Quill and Scroll '5l,'52g Ballet ,SO
MESSINEO, jOSEPHg Ind. Arts A - j.V. 'Y
Track '51g Vars. Track '52.
METZ, GAIL, Acad. - Latin '50, Spanish
'51, G.A.A. '51,'52, 6th Period Dancing '50,
'51,'52, Red Rhythmics '50,'51, Chairman
'52, Ballet and Prelude '50,'51,'52, H.R.
Vice-Pres. '50,'51,'52. MEYER, HELEN,
Gen. Bus. MIKUTOVVICZ, GEORGE,
Acad. - Philatelic '51, Sec. '52, Boys' Sci-
MILES, BARBARA, Bobby, Gen. Bus.
MILLER, EDMUND, Ed, Acad. - Foot-
ball '50, J.V. Basketball '51, Vars. Basket-
ball 75 2. MILLER, MARIAN, Mill, Gen.
Bus. - Cw.A.A. '50,'51, Spectator Bus. '50,
Mailing Ed. '51, Commerce '51,'52, H.R.
Treas. '50, School Store Bookeeper '51,'52.
- I am the spirit of the
fa' JuNloR PRQM.
' V 5
MILLER, MARY, Red, Gen. Bus. - School
Store '51. MILLER, SONDRA, Saizdee,
Acad. - Debate '50, Drama and Radio '50,
'51,'52, Rhetoricans '50, Sec. '51, Treas. '52,
Red Character '51,'52, H.R. Treas. '51,'52,
Service Corps '5 1,'5 2. MILLER, WILL-
IAM, Bill, Ind. Arts A - H.R. Pres. '50,'51,
MINISTERO, RUSSELL, Miiiie, Gen.
Bus. - Chorus '52, MITCHELL, DIANE,
Dee Dee, Gen. Bus. - G.A.A. '52, Skating
'50,'51,'52, Red Modern Ex. '52. MIT-
CHELL, JAMES, Mitch, Ind. Arts A.
MOCHNALY, JOAN, Acad. - Phi Zeta
'52. MODICA, JOSEPHINE, Io, Sec. -
Commerce '52, Amanuensis '5 2, j.V. Cheer-
leaders '51, Vars. Cheerleaders '52, Black
Cheerleaders '51,'52. MONDELLO,
LENA, Sec. - Choir '50,'51,'52, H.R. Sec.
MOODY, CHARLES, Bill, Ind. Arts B -
Clionian '5O,'51, Vice-Pres. '52, Football
Mgr. '50, Track Mgr. '50,'51, H.R. Pres.
'51,'52. MOONEY, JEAN, Acad. - Pan-
American '51,'52, Social Dance '51, j.V.
Cheerleaders, Mgr. '51, Vars. Cheerleaders,
Mgr. '52, H.R. Sec. '5O,'51. MOORE,
MARY ANN, Sec. - Y-Teens '51, Sec. '52,
Commerce '52, Amanuensis '52, Red Tap
'5O,'51,'52, Leaders Corps '52, H.R. Treas.
ON May 19, 1951, the class of nineteen hundred fifty-two held its junior prom.
Steve Larkin and Nancy Birks were crowned King and Queen of the prom.
MORREALE, CHARLES, Ind. Arts B.
MORRIS, RUTH, Boots, Gen. Bus. - H.R.
Vice-Pres. '50,'51. MORRISON, EDITH,
Edie, Home Ec. - Cafeteria Corps '52,
MORTON, JOAN, Shorty, Gen. Bus.
MOSKOWITZ, GILBERT, Gil, Acad. -
Chorus '50,'51, Pres. '52, Male Glee Club
'50,'51, Pres. '52, Choir '5O,'51, Pres. '52,
Student Director of Chorus, Choir, Male
Glee Club '52, Drama and Radio '5O,'51,'52,
Operetta '50,'51,'52, Sigma Epsilon Theta
'51, Pres. '52, Senior Play '51, Repertory
Theatre '51, Spring Concert '50,'51,'52,
School Quartet '52, All-State Chorus '52.
MOUNT, ANNA, Ami, Sec. - Italian '51,
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MUSCIENTE, ANTHONYg Tonyg Acad.
- Wood 'SOQ Band '51,'52g Orchestra '51,l52g
j.V. Baseball '51g Vars. Baseball '51,'52g
Vars. Football '5Og H.R. Vice-Pres. '50.
MYERS, jANETg lang Gen. Bus. - Chorus
'50g Art 'Sig Naturalists '52. MYSLIN-
SKA, STEPHANIE5 Mickeyg Gen. Bus. -
H.R. Treas. '51,'52.
NABINGER, JOYg Iimcg Gen. Bus. - Cafe-
teria Corps 'Slg Photography '52. NA-
BINGER, RICI-IARDg Nabbyg Ind. Arts
A - Activities '52. NANNIE, IRENEg
Reneg Gen. Bus. - Cafeteria Corps '5O,'51.
,E 1 A , ::,, .l- v. ,K ,
r W, ,V
MOVSOVICH, LIBBY ANN5 Libbyg Sec.
MRAV, MARY ANNg Gen. Bus.
MUELLER, DORIS5 Gen. Bus. - Leaders
MURDZA, RONALD9 Rambmzesg Ind.
Arts B. MURPHY, JACQUELINE3
Iacleieg Home Ec. - Glee Club '52.
MURPHY, ROBERTg Murplog Ind. Arts A.
I am the spirit of the
FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL.
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NAPOLEON, EMILIOg Lee, Ind. Arts B.
NAVARRO, JOSEPH, Nazfbyg Ind. Arts
B - Social Dance '50, Band '52, J. V. Bas-
ketball '50. NAYLOR, JOAN, Sec. - Lead-
ers Corps '50,'51,'52, Amanuensis '52, Red
Character '51, Chairman '52, Capt. Gym
NEAVE, VVANDAg Wen, Gen. Bus. -
Photography '52. NEELY, GEORGE,
Son, Acad. - Naturalists '50, Experimenters
'52, H.R. Pres. '52, NEISE, MADELINEg
Maddieg Acad. - Costume '52, Black Tap
'50,'51, Chairman '52, Ballet '50,'51,'52.
ON September 10, 1951, we entered these cherished portals for our last and best
year at Trenton High School. The day we had looked forward to for three years
had finally come. We were seniors at last.
NELSON, ELSIE5 N elg Acad. - World
Federalists '50,'51, Cafeteria Corps '50,'51,
'52, Red Games '50,'51,'52, Chorus '50, Op-
eretta '51, Spring Concert 15 1. NEMETH,
ELMER, P1f0fersor,' Gen. Bus. - Male Glee
Club '51,'52, Choir '52. NEULS, SHIR-
LEY, Sbirlg Acad. - Leaders Corps '50,'51,
Pres. '52, Chorus '50,'51, jr. Executive
Comm. '51, Operetta '51, Red Cross '51,'52g
Clionian '51, Treas. '52, Red Modern Ex.
'51, G.A.A. '51, Spectator '51, Sr. Executive
Comm. '52, Red Team Capt. '52, H.R. Sec.
'50, H.R. Pres. '51,'52.
NOSNITSKY, JEAN, Acad. - Latin '50,
Chorus '50,'51, Choir '51,'52, Italian '51,
Operetta '51,'52, G.A.A. '51, Leaders Corps
'52. NOTARIAN, PATRICIA Patti,
Acad. - Art '50, Treas. '51, Choir '50,'51,
'525 Chorus '50,'51,'52g Drama and Radio
'51, Operetta '50, Lead '51, Lead '52, Bob-
ashela Sr. Asst. '52.
TORE, Somzyg Acad. - Clionian '50,'51,'52g
H.R. Treas. '50, H.R. Sec. '51, Cafeteria
NOTTE, CAROL, C01'ley,' Gen. Bus. -
Art '51, Naturalists '5 2. NUTT, SHIR-
LEY ANN, Lee, Sec. - Ushers Corps '50,
'51,'52, G.A.A. '51,'52, Costume '52, Red
Decorations '52, OLDENBURG,
THOMAS, Tom, Acad. - Art '51,'52.
OLIVER, RICHARD, Dick, Ind. Arts B-
Activities '50,'51,'52. OSTROFF, BEV-
ERLY, Bev, Acad. - Philology '5O,'51,'52,
Spectator Bus. '51,'52, Press '52, Red Music
'52. O'TOOLE, MARIAN, Mickey, Sec.
- Leaders Corps '5O,'51,'52, G.A.A. '51,'52
Amanuensis '52, Costume '52, Black Tap
'51,'52, Head Locker Sgt. '52, H.R. Pres.
'50, H.R. Sec. '52.
I am the spirit of
OWENS, JOHN, Ind. Arts A - Activities
'5O,'5l,'52, Vars. Soccer '50,'51, H.R. Pres.
'51. PACK, SAMUEL, Ind. Arts B.
PAGE, WILLIAM, Bill, Acad. - Forum
'51,'52, Sigma Epsilon Theta '52, Vars. Soc-
cer '5l,'52, Vars. Baseball '51,'52, jr. EX-
ecutive Comm. '51, Sr. Executive Comm.
PALAZZO, DOLORES, Dee, Acad. - La-
tin '5O, Italian '5l,'52, Spectator '52.
PAOLINE, RUSSELL, Rusty, Ind. Arts
A - Service Corps, Treas. '52, Leaders
Corps '52. PAPIER, DOROTHY, Dottyg
Acad. - Stagccraft '51,'52.
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PARTLOW, ROBERTA, Bobby, Gen.
Bus. - School Store '51, Student Manager
'52, PAYTON, RUDOLPH, Rudy, Ind.
Arts B. PEAK, AUDREY, Azad, Acad.
PEARCE, AUDREY, Audie, Sec. - Phi
Zeta '50, Costume '51,'52, G.A.A. '51,'52.
PEET, ROBERT, Bob, Acad. PEN-
DARVIS, JULIUS, Lee, Ind. Arts B.
EARLX in the school year Mr. Ciccolella announced that joan Lewis would
be editor in chief of the school paper, The Spectator.
PERONI, GERALDINE, Gerry, Sec. -
Social Dance '50, Vice-Pres. '51, Jr. Execu-
tive Comm. '51, j.V. Cheerleaders Capt. '51,
Vars. Cheerleaders, Capt. '52, Sr. Executive
Comm. '52, H.R. Treas. '51, H.R. Vice--
Pres. '52. PERONI, ROSE MARIE,
Bubbles, Gen. Bus. - Social Dance '5O,'51,
Jr. Executive Comm. '51, Sr. Executive
Comm. '52, H.R. Treas. '51. PESARINI,
LUCY, Lu Lug Sec. - School Store '52.
PETERS, CYNTHIA, Acad. - French '51,
Sec. '52, Leaders Corps '52. PETERS,
JAMES, Pete, Ind. Arts B. PETERS,
STRATOS3 Peteg Acct.
PETERSON, HARLANQ Ti12ke1f,' Acad. -
Forum 750,'52, Treas. '51g j.V. Basketball
'50g Vars. Basketball '5l,'52g jr. Class Pres.
'51g Sr. Class Pres.,'52g H.R. Pres. '50,'51,'S2.
PETERSCN, JOAN3 jomzieg Acad.-Girls'
Science '50g French '51,'52g Choir '51,'52g
Chorus '51,,52g Cperetta '52g Short Story
'52. PETITO, MARIE5 Cloicleg Gen.
Bus. - Black Tap '5O,'51.
PETRONI, BENJAMIN5 Ind. Arts A.
PI-IARES, KENNETH5 Acad. - Soph.
Football '5O. PIERCE, .IAMES9 jimg
PIESLAK, FRANK5 Acad. - H.R. Vice-
Pres. '51,'52. PINGITOR, JEAN3 Skip-
pyg Sec. - H.R. Sec. 7515 Stagecraft '52,
PINTINALLI, MILDRED5 Millieg Gen.
Bus. - Social Dance '51.
PINTO, JACKQ Vic Damoneg Music - H.
R. Sec. '52. PIOTROWSKI, JOAN5
Slimg Secg Sec. - H.R. Vice-Pres. '51,'52.
PlRATZKY, HELENQ Sec. - Black Tap
'515 H.R. Vice-Pres. '50.
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. ,nv Q., QF'
fr -M' x
I am the spirit of
' RRRR Rr.ei e A
PITASKY, JUDITH, judyg Acad. -
Drama and Radio '50,'51, Sec. '52, Rhetori-
cians '5O,'51, Thespian Theatre of the Air
'50,'51,'52, Nat'l Thespians '51,'52, French
'51 Pres. '52, Cafeteria Corps '51, Discussion
Group '52, Honor Roll '5O,'51,'52, Senior
Play '51, Stage Manager '52. PITT,
ELENA, Lennie, Acad. - Phi Zeta '50, La-
tin '50, Chorus and Choir '5O,'51, German
'51,'52, Girls' Science '51, Sec. '52, Quill
and Scroll '51,'52, Spectator, jr. Asst. '51,
Assistant Ed. '52, H.R. Pres. '51, Black Pub-
licity '52. POLIZZI, ROSALIE, R05
Acad- Latin '50, Italian '51,'52, Chorus '50,
Choir '51,'52, H.R. Pres. '52,
PONE, ALPHONSE, AZ, Acad. - Forum
'52, J.V. Baseball '51, I-I.R. P1'6S. '50,'5l,'52,
Jr. Executive Comm. '51, Sr. Executive
Comm. '5 2. POPKIN, JEROME, Acad.
- Photography '50, Philatelic '50,'51, Treas.
'52, Boys' Science '51, Pres. '52, Male Glee
Club '52, Vars. Tennis '51,'52. POS-
LUSZNY, DANIEL, Dmz, Ind. Arts B -
Vars. Soccer '5O,'51, Co-Capt. '52,
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ON December 7 and 8, 1951, the Senior Class presented Sigmund Roniberg's
BLOSSOM TIME. Warren Raymond, Toba Lefkowitz, and Gerald Moseley l
played the leading roles.
POWELL, BERTHA, Bert, Gen. Bus.
POWELL, JOYCE, Sec. - Costume '51,
PRALL, JUDITH, Indy, Acad. - Specta-
PRICE, BETTE, Bet, Acad. - Drama and
Radio '50, Cafeteria Corps '50,'51, Service
Corps '50,'51,'52, Leaders Corps '50, Spec-
tator Bus. '51,'52, Rhetoricans '51,'52, I-LR.
Treas. '52, Black Modern Ex. '50, Black
Decorations '51,'52. PUCCIOTTI, SAM-
UEL, - Sam, Ind. Arts B - j.V. Baseball
'51, PUGLIESE, MICHAEL, MCGIBIQ,
Acad. - Chorus '50, H.R. Pres. '50.
i , ew
- uf f .,f
PUTNAM, ROBERTg Bobg Ind. Arts A-
H.R. Vice-Pres. '51. QUACKENBOSS,
WILLIAM3 Qurzckg Acad. - Boys' Science
'50,'51,'52g H.R. Pres '51. QUINN,
FRANCES5 FTlZ7Z,' Gen. Bus. - Y-Teens '50g
Black Modern Ex. '51,
QUINN, ROBERT3 Bobg Acad. - H.R.
Sec. '52. RACKISON, HELEN5 Iiggsg
Gen. Bus. - Photography '523 H.R. Vice-
Pres. '5O,'52g H.R. Pres. '51, RACKOW-
SKI, PRISCILLAg Prisg Gen. Bus. - Leaders
Corps '51,'525 H.R. Asst. Sec. '50.
I am the spirit of
RACKY, .IOHN5 Rackg Acad. RAF-
FERTY, SHIRLEY3 Rafflesg Sec. - Lead-
ers Corps '50,'515 Cafeteria Corps 'SO5 Am-
anuensis '52. RAMUS, ADELE5 Mozzsieg
Gen. Bus. - Photography '52.
RANSON, WILLIAMg Billy Acad.
RAYMOND, WARRENg Music - Band
'50, Choir '51,'52g Operetta '51,'52.
REDNOR, MARILYNg Lymzg Acad. -
Drama and Radio '50,'51,'52g Spectator Bus.
'51g Cafeteria Corps '51,'52g Black Rhyth-
emics '5O,'515 Girls' Swimming '50g H.R.
REESE, ELINORE5 Gen. Bus. - Skating
'52. REGAN, JEAN, Reggie, Gen. Bus.
- Social Dance '50, Sec. '51, REIN,
RICHARD, Dick, Acad.
RELLES, DONNA, Red, Acad. - Latin
'50, Philolgy '50,'51,'52g Spectator Bus. '50,
'51,'52, Careteria Corps '51,'52. RENZI,
GUY, Acad. RESPRESS, CHRY-
STENE5 Home EC.
ALTHOUGH they played and fought until their hearts could burst, the gallant
T. H. S. Tornadoes did not win a game in the schedule. However, they won
the admiration and respect of the entire student body.
REVAK, GEORGE, Iut, Ind. Arts A.
RHOADS, ROBERT, Bobg Acad. - De-
bate '50,'51, German '51,'525 Pythagorean
'51,'52, Naturalists '52, Experimenters '52,
Nat'l. Forensic League '50,'51. RICA-
SOLI, VERNAg Vern, Gen. Bus. - Ballet
and Prelude '50,'51,'52, Black Rhythmics
'51, Chairman '52, H.R. Treas. '51, Leaders
Corps '52, Quill and Scroll '51,'52, Oper-
etta '50,'51,'52, Capt. 6th Period Dancing
RICH, ELAINE, Lzzyvzeg Gen. Bus. - Cos-
tume Comm. '51, H.R. Treas. '5O,'51.
RINGLEY, WALTER, Red, Gen. Bus.
RISTOW, ARLENE5 Acad. - Latin '50,
'51,'52, Chorus '50, Girls' Science '52, H.R.
Pres. '50,'51,'52, Debate '51,'52, Nat'l. For-
ensic League '51,'525 jr. Executive Comm.
ff 4, 1- mi. 1 -
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ROCHESTIE, HELEN, Acad. - Girls'
Science '50,'51, Pres. '52, Rhetoricans '50,
'51, Vice-Pres. '52, Chorus '50, Inter-Club
Council '51, Debate '51,'52, Nat'l Forensic
League '51,'52, Cafeteria Corps '51, Spec-
tator Bus. '52, Lab. Asst. '52, Discussion
Group '52, Won N. j. Forensic League Or-
orical Contest '52, ROGOFF, DORIS,
Dorieg Gen. Bus. - Cafeteria Corps '50, 2nd
Lieut. '51, Capt. '52, Copy Ed. Bobashela
'52, Sec. for Advisor '51,'52. ROLLINGS,
CLARENCE, Ind. Arts B.
RORRO, JOHN, Acad. - Orchestra '50,'51
'52, Band '50,'51, Co-Librarian '52, Red
Band '50,'51, Italian '51,'52, Circulation Mgr.
Bobashela '52. ROSEN, LEWIS, Lew,
Acad. - Latin '50, Band '50, Asst. Instru-
ment Sgt. '51, Instrument Sgt. '52, Debate,
'50, jr. Asst. Spectator '51, Sigma Epsilon
Theta '52, Black Band '50, Librarian '51,
ROSEN, MARVIN, Mevzdyg Acad. - Dra-
ma and Radio '50,'5l, Service Corps '5O,'51,
'52, Rhctoricans '51, Spectator Bus. '51,
Nat'l Thespian '5I,'52, Windoxv Painting
'51,'52, Scenic Design for Operetta '52.
RISTOW, EDWARD, Ed, Acad. - Pro-
jection Crew '50,'51, Co-Capt. '52, Radio,
Pres. '52, Cross Country '50, Inter-Club
Council '52. RITTER, THOMAS, Rit,
Acad. - Wood '5O,'51, Clionian '52, EX-
perimenters 152, Vars. Swimming '50,'51,
Co-Capt. '52, RITTMANN, EMILY,
Lee, Sec. - Choir '50,'51,'52, H.R. Sec. '51.
ROBBINS, RICHARD, Acad. - Boys' Sci-
ence, '50,'51, Sec. '52, Spectator Bus. '50,
Circulation Mgr. '5 1,'5 2, Inter-Club Council
'51, Personality '52, 6th Period Dancing '50,
'51,'52, Red Tap '50,'51 Chairman '52, Bal-
let and Prelude '50,'51,'52, G.A.A. '51,'52,
Operetta '51, Leaders Corps '52, H.R. Sec.
'50,'51,'52, Quill and Scroll '51,'52, Debate
'51,'52, Nat'l Forensic League '51,'52.
ROBERTS, ALICE, Al, Acad. - Girls Sci-
ence '52, Sigma Epsilon Theta '52, Vars.
Tennis '51,'52, H.R. Pres. '52. ROBI-
BERO, ANTHONY, Tony, Fine Arts -
Social Dance '51, Photography '52, H.R.
am the spirit of
ROSENTHAL MARILYN, Rosie, Acad.
- Pythagorean '51, Vice-Pres. '52, German
'51, World Federalists '51, Treas. '52,
Nat'l Forensic League 151, Girls' Science
'52, ROSENTHAL, RODELLE, Roe,
Sec. - Cafeteria Corps '5l,'52. ROS-
ENTHAL, SHIRLEE, Acad. - Social
Dance '5O,'51,'52, Philology '50,'51.
ROSSI, ELAINE, Gen. Bus. - Y-Teens
'50, Commerce '50,'51. ROTHAMEL,
BETTY, Bet. Acad. - Girls' Science '50,
Chorus '50,'51,'52, Choir '52, French '51,
'52, Inter-Club Council '52, Chairman Red
Theme Song '52, H.R. Sec. '51, H.R. Treas.
'52, Bobashela, Club Ed. '52, Honor Roll
'50,'51,'52. ROTONDO, MARY, Marie,
Sec. - Italian '50,'51, Treas. '52,
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WHEN the votes were counted in the senior elections, Harlan Peterson emerged
as the victor in the presidential contest. Other officers elected were Don Hen-
derson, vice-president, Kathie Barwis, secretary, and Delores Brienza, treasurer.
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ROUPINIAN, ALICE, jet, Gen. Bus. -
H. R. Vice-Pres. '51. ROUZE, MYRNA,
Fine Arts - Art '51, Costume '51,'52, G. A.
A. '5l,'52. ROYAL, BOYER, Babe, Acad.
- Forum '51,'52, Sigma Epsilon Theta '52,
Bobashela, Co-Ed. Sports '52, Vars. Swim-
ming '5l,'52, Vars. Football '52, Vars. Track
RUBIN, FRANCES, Fray, Gen. Bus.
RUDERMAN, JOSEPH, joe, Acad. Cli-
onian '50,'51, Pres. '52, Rhetoricians '50, Sec.
'51, VVorld F ederalists '50, Service Corps
'5O,'51, Mgr. '52, jr. Executive Comm. '51,
Sr. Executive Comm. '52, Quill and Scroll
'51,'52, Spectator '51, Sigma Epsilon Theta,
Sec. '52, Inter-Club Council '51, Vars. Ten-
nis '51,'52, RUDOLPH, RONALD,
Rudy, lnd. Arts B - H.R. Treas. '52, Vars.
Cross Country '50.
RUSSO, RITA, Sec. - Choir '50,'51, Arna-
nuensis '51,'52, H.R. Treas. '5o,,s1,'52,
Steno Memo Ed., '52. RYMKIEWICZ,
DOROTHY, Dot, Gen. Bus. - Chorus '50,
'51, Costume '52. SABIK, DOROTHY,
Gen. Bus. - Naturalists '51, Skating '51,
SABO, ROBERT, Bob, Ind. Arts A -
Black Props. '5O. SADICK, DELORES,
Dee Dee, Gen. Bus. - Spectator Bus. '50,
'51,'52, Cafeteria Corps '50,'51, Service
Corps '52, Quill and Scroll '51,'52, H.R.
Sec. '52. SALERNO, FIORE, Buddy,
Ind. Arts B - Life Savings '51, Band '51,'52.
SALT, ALMA, Gen. Bus. SALTER,
LEON, Salt, Ind. Arts B - Leaders Corps,
Vice-Pres. '51, SALVATINI, SALVA-
TORE, Sal, Ind. Arts A.
SAMS, CHARLES, Clozzckg Acad. - Caf-
eteria Corps '50,'51,'52, Forum '51,'52, Sig-
ma Epsilon Theta '51, Sr. Executive Comm.
'52, H.R. Pres. '5O. SANDFORD
EDITH, Sandy, Gen. Bus. - Personality
'50,'51, Vice-Pres. '52, Leaders Corps '50,
'51, Sec. '52, Pan-American '52, Bowling
Capt. '5O,'51,'52, Black Games '51, Chair-
man '52, H.R. Treas. '51, H.R. Pres. '52,
5th Period Gym Capt. '52, SAND-
FORD, RICHARD, Dick, Gen. Bus.
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SANTITORO, FRANCESg Fwmg Gen.
Bus. - Choir '505 Chorus ,525 Service Corps
'5O. SAPP, ELLA5 Iinxg Sec. - Leaders
Corps '51,l525 H.R. Vice-Pres. '51. SA-
VADGE, ROBERT3 Bobg Music - Band
'5O,,51,'525 Black Band '50,'51,'52.
SAVILLE, EDITH5 Edieg Sec. - Choir
'50,,52g Operetta '51,'52. SCANLAN,
ROBERTg Bobg Ind. Arts B. SCAN-
NELLA, ESTELLEg Stelleg Gen. Bus. -
Italian '50,'51,'525 Inter-Club Council '51,
'525 Red Modern Ex. '52.
TRENTON HIGH SCHOOL was again honored by Paul Whiteman. On No-
vember 24, 1951, the Male Glee Club was given a plaque after appearing on The
T.V. Teen-Club Show.
SCARBOROUGH, HARRYQ Ind. Arts A
- Projection Crew '50,,51,'52.
SCHENCK, EDWARDg Edg Gen. Bus. -
Band '50,'51,'52. SCHIFFMAN, MAR-
IONQ Acad. - Latin '51,'52g German '51g
SCHINDEWOLF, LE ROYg Docg Gen.
Bus. - Chorus '5O,'51,'52g Art '50,'51,,525
Choir '52g J.V. Tennis '50g Vars. Tennis '515
j.V. Football '51. SCHMELZ, GEORGEg
Scienceg Acad. - Soph. Football '5O.
SCHNORBUS, JOI-INg facleieg Ind. Arts
A - Activities '52.
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SCI-ION, CATHRYN, Cathy, Gen Bus.
- 6th Period Dancing '5O,'51, Lieut. '52,
Operetta '50,'51,'52, Leaders Corps '52,
Ballet and Prelude r5o,'51,'52, H.R. Sec. 50.
SCHUCK, HERBERT, Acct. - Choir '50,
'51,'52, Commerce '51,'52. SCI-IULTZ,
ANNA, Alfmie, Sec.
SCHWARTZ, FRANCES, Fran, Acad. -
Naturalists '50,'51,'52, Belles Lettres '51,'52,
Red Character '51. SCI-IWARTZMAN,
SANDRA, Sandy, Acad. - Rhetoricans
'50,'51, Drama and Radio '50,'51, Vice-Pres.
'52, Chorus '51, Experimenters '52, Spec-
tator Bus. '52, Nat'l Forensic League '52,
Nat'l Thespians '52, Senior Play '51,'52,
Poetry Reading Contest, Ist Place '51.
SCIARROTTA, VINCENT, Vince, Gen.
Bus. - Italian '52, Soph. Football '50, Vars.
Football '51, Co-Capt. '5 2, Vars. Track '51,
I am the spirit of
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SCOTT, GLORIA ANN, Boots, Gen. Bus.
- Cafeteria Corps '52, SEAMAN, BAR-
BARA, Bobbie, Gen. Bus. SEAS, WILL-
IAM, Bill, Acad. - H.R. Sec. '51.
SENOFF, HERBERT, Slim, Acad. - Latin
'50, Service Corps '50,'51,'52, Drama and
Radio '51, Forum '51,'52, Sr. Executive
Comm. '52, Experimenters '52, Soph. Foot-
ball '50, j.V. Football '51,'52, Vars. Track
'51, H.R. Pres. '52. SEWELL, WILL-
IAM, Acad. - Philology '5 2. SHAPIRO,
ROBERT, Bob, Acad. - Band '50, Asst.
Sec. '51, Sec. '52, Orchestra '51,'52, Libra-
rian, '50, Quill and Scroll '51,'5 2, Philatelic
'50, Spectator '51, Sigma Epsilon Theta
'52, Red Band '5o,'51,'5z.
SHARPLEY, RONALD, Doc, Ind. Arts
A. SHAYS, RONALD, Ron, Acad. -
French '50,'51,'52, Service Corps '50,'51,'52.
SHERRATT, RICHARD, Dick, Acad.
SHUSTER, VIVIAN, Vi, Gen. Bus. - H.
R. Treas. '51, SIKORSKI, FRANK,
Smiley, Ind. Arts A - Photography '52.
SILAGY, ELSIE, EZ, Gen. Bus. - Social
Dance '51, Red Props. '52, H.R. Vice-Pres.
'51, Spectator Bus. '51.
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THE T.H.S. Basketball team showed good promise in a practice game with
Princeton High School on Dec. 5, a few days before the season opened. The
entire school attended, and cheered Mr. BaXter's boys to a 40 to 35 Victory.
SILVESTRO, VINCENT, Hot Lips, Gen.
Bus. - Band '50,'51,'52, Black Band '50,'51,
Chairman '52. SIMS, SHIRLEY, Gen.
Bus. - Cafeteria Corps '51, SINGER,
BARBARA, Bobbie, Acad. - Drama and
Radio '50,'51,'52, Rhetoricans '50,'51,'52,
Red Music '51,'52, Cafeteria Corps '51,'52.
SINGER, WILLIAM, Bill, Ind. Arts A -
Soph. Football '50, j.V. Football '51, Vars.
Football '52. SINWICH, RAYMOND,
Ray, Acad. - .I.V. Soccer '51, Vars. Soccer
'52. SISTA, TONE, Duke, Fine Arts-
Laureate, Art Ed. '51, Choir and Chorus
'51,'52, Glee Club '51,'52, H.R. Treas. '50,
'52, H.R. Pres. '51, Bobashela, Sr. Typist
lf ,5 , I '
SKWARA, DOROTHY, Squirts, Gen.
Bus. - Art '50, Sec. '51, Pres. '52, Ameri-
cana '52. SLOVJAK, MICHAEL,
Mickey, Gen. Bus. SMALLEY,
REEVES, Ind. Arts B.
SMITH, CARLYLE, Carl, Acct.
SMITH, GEORGE, Smitty, Acct. - Bob-
ashela, Co Ed. '52. SMITH, JER
OME, ferry, Ind. Arts B - Coin, Treas.
'51, Vars. Track '51.
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SMITH, MARYLOU, Lu, Acad. - Dra-
ma and Radio '50,'51,'52, Leaders Corps
'50,'51,'52, Nat'l. Thespians '50,'51,'52,
Chorus and Choir '5O,'51, Experimenters
'52, Vars. Swimming '52, Operetta '51,
Lead '52, Senior Play '51, Lead '52, H.R.
Vice-Pres. '52, Honor Roll '50,'51,'52.
SMITH, SYLVIA, Bugs Bunny, Gen. Bus.
- Cafeteria Corps '51,'52. SNEATH,
MARIANNE, Sneez, Acad. - Phi Zeta
'50, Naturalists '51, Vice-Pres. '52, Skat-
ing '50,'51,'52, Black Props. '50,'51,'52,
Capt. Bowling '52, Spectator '51, Quill and
Scroll '51,'5 2, Bobashela, Executive Ed. '52.
SNYDER, DARILYN, Dawfyg Acad. -
Personality '50,'51, Treas. '52, Red Cross
'51,'52, Quill and Scroll '51,'52, Black Color
Guard '52, H.R. Pres. '51, Vice-Pres. '52,
Chairman, Ushers Corps '52, Spectator,
Page Ed. '5 2. SOBON, STANLEY,
Stoleeyg Ind. Arts B - j.V. Soccer '50, Vars.
Soccer '51,'52. SOLTES, ALLAN,
H wb, Ind. Arts B - Window Painting '50,
SORDONI, VICTORIA, Vicky, Gen.
Bus. - Costume '52. SORIERO, JO-
SEPH, foe, Ind. Arts A - Activities '51,
Pres. '52. SPERA, ALBERT, Speed,
Ind. Arts B - Band '5O,'51,'52, Swing Band
'5O,'51,'52, Orchestra '51,'52.
STEEPY, DAVID, Dave, Ind. Arts B.
STEMMER, MARION, Gen. Bus.
STERN, CARL, Bzztterballg Acad. - Ser-
vice Corps '50,'51, Clionian '51,'52, Quill
and Scroll '51,'52, Inter-Club Council '51,
Sigma Epsilon Theta '52, J.V. Football,
Mgr. '50, Vars. Football, Mgr. '51, Spec-
tator, jr. Asst. '51, Sports Ed. '52.
THE Trenton High School Choir sang Fred Waring's arrangement of the Christ-
mas Story, on the Paul Whiteman Christmas Eve Show. This program was
broadcast all over the country and also overseas by means of short wave.
STIEFBOLD, BARBARA, Kit, Acad. -
Latin, Sec. '50, Pres. '51,'52, Belles Lettres
'50,'51,'52, Girls' Science '51, Vice Pres.
'52, Debate '51, Spectator Bus. '51,'52,
Black Usherettes, Chairman '51, Foreign
Language Library '50,'51,'52. STOCK-
XIAN, GERALD, fe1'1'y,' Acad. - Forum
'5O,'51, Pres. '52, Pythagorean '51,'52, Quill
and Scroll '52, j.V. Basketball '51, H.R.
Vice-Pres. '52, Vice-Pres. Jr. Class '51,
Laureate, Asst, Ed. in-Chief '51.
STOKES, MARY, Stokes, Home EC. -
Cafeteria Corps '51,'52.
STONE, JOHN, Stoney, Acad. - Service
Corps '51,'52. STOOP, RICHARD, Kid
Swap, Ind. Arts B - Cafeteria Corps '52.
STOUT, JOAN, Slim, Sec. - Red Cross
'5O,'51,'52, Choir and Chorus '50,'51,'52,
Clionian '51,'52, Amanuensis '52, Operetta
'5O,'51,'52, H.R. Sec. '51,'52, Oflicial '52.
TALLEY, DONALD, Don, Acad. - Boys'
Science '50,'51, Treas. '52, Vars. Tennis '51,
'52, Vars. Football '52, H.R. Vice-Pres.
'52. TAYLOR, CATHERINE, Cfztloyg
Fine Arts - Art '52. TAYLOR, CLAR-
ICE, Gen. Bus.
TAYLOR, EDWARD, Somzieg Gen Bus. '
TAYLOR, JAMES, F00ts,' Gen. Bus.
TEGZES, JOHN, Tex, Ind. Arts B.
STRANO, JEAN, jef1111zie,' Sec. STRY-
KER, BARBARA, Sec. -- Chorus '51, Y-
Teens '52, Girls' Swimming, Asst. Mgr. '51.
SYKES, BARBARA, Gen. Bus. - Cafeteria
Corps '51,'52, Black Tap '51,'52.
SYKES, LESTER, Les, Acad.-Boys' Lead-
ers Corps '51, Clionian '52, j.V. Baseball '50,
Vars. Baseball '51,'52, H.R. Vice-Pres. '51.
SYMONOWICZ, CHARLOTTE, Tootsg
Sec. - Amanuensis '51, Treas. '52.
TAKASH, NANCY, Nan, Gen. Bus. - Y-
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THOMAS, ALEXANDER, Al, Acad.
THOMAS, CHARLES, Doctor Dadyog
Ind. Arts B - Male Glee Club '51,'52,
Chorus '5I,'52, Choir '52. THOMAS,
DELLA, Del, Gen. Bus, - Ushers Corps
THOMAS, JOANNE, Ioclyg Sec.
THOMAS, LORRAINE, Larry, Sec. -
Skating '52, THOMAS, SHIRLEY MAE,
Dirnples, Acct. - Commerce '51, Treas. '52,
Bus Ticket Saleswoman '51,'52.
BERTRAM SHURTLEFF, Wrestler, author, and English teacher, presented a
highly entertaining program in the school auditorium. He proved to us that
athletics and scholarship can blend very effectively.
THOMPSON, JEAN, Sweets, Gen. Bus.
- Cafeteria Corps '51,'52, Costume '52, Red
Games '51,'52. THOMPSON, WILL-
IAM, Bill, Acad. - Experimenters '52.
TIGUE, JOSEPH, let, Selling - Chorus
'50, Noontiine Dancing '51,'52, Social
Dance '52, Ushers Corps '52.
TILGHMAN, EMORY, Acct. - Com-
merce '52. TILLI, DORA, Dee, Gen.
Bus. - H.R. Sec. '52, TIMMS, CHAR-
LOTTE, Timmy, Sec. - Amanuensis '52,
Chairman Red Games '52, H.R. Sec. '51,
H.R. Pres. '52.
TOLENO, SYLVIA, Sec. - Italian '5O,'51,
Sec. 7525 Quill and Scroll '51,'52, Red Cross
752, 6th Period Ballet 750, Red Modern Ex.
'51, Red Decorations, Chairman '52, Lead-
ers Corps '52, H.R. Pres. '50,'51,,52, jr.
Executive Comm. 751, Sr. Executive Comm.
'52. TOLKASH, IRENE, Pinky, Gen.
Bus. - Cafeteria Corps '50,'51. TOM-
ENCHOK, JOHN, jack, Ind. Arts A.
TOMLINSON, KENNETH, Kenny, Ind.
Arts A - H.R. Treas. '51. TOTH,
CLARA, Sandy, Gen. Bus. - Glee Club
'50, j.V. Cheerleaders '51, Vars. Cheer-
leaders '52. TOTH, JOHN, jack, Acad.
- j.Y. Football '51, Cafeteria Corps '52.
O O I am the spirit of
TROTMAN, THERESA, Terry, Acad.
Cafeteria Corps 752. TROTTA, LOR-
ETTA, Sec. - Amanuensis, Sec. '52, Com-
merce l52. TRUCH, PATRICIA, PflZ','
Acad. - Swimming, Mgr. '51,'52, H.R.
TURNER, THOMAS, Stork, Ind. Arts
B - Wood '5O,'51,'52g Activities '52, j.V.
Football 750,'51, Vars. Football '52, Vars.
Baseball 751,'52. UDRIS, JURIS, Acad.
- World Federalists '51,'52, Glee Club '52,
Vars. Tennis '5l,'52. UNGAR, LOR-
RAINE, Acad. - Drama and Radio '5O,'51,
752, Philology '5O,,51,'52, H.R. sec. '50,'51.
UPDIKE, RICHARD, Dick, Acad. - Or-
chestra '50,'51,'52. URBANO, FRED,
Ind. Arts A - Wood '5O,'51,'52, Activities
'51.'52. URBANSKI. TOHN, Cuddlesq
Ind. Arts B - Service Corps '51, j.V. Base-
ball '50,'51, Vars. Baseball '52.
URKEN, RONALD, Big Ron, Acad. -
Service Corps '50,'51,'52, Sigma Epsilon
Theta '52, Soph. Basketball '50, UZLE-
BER, RICHARD, Richie, Ind. Arts B -
Service Corps '51. VAGOTT, AN-
DREW, Rebel, Gen. Bus. - Basketball and
Baseball, Mgr. '51,
TWO very popular girls in Trenton High School joan Greco, and Shirley Neuls,
were selected by the girls as captains of the Black and Red Teams respectively.
The theme for the annual show was Round About Town."
VALENTINE, DOROTHY, Dottyg Sec.
- Chorus '51,'52, H.R. Treas. '50,'51,'52.
VAN EK, ELISSA, Lee, Acad. - Photog-
raphy '50,'51,'52, Belles Lettres '52, Y-Teens
'52, Red Cross '52, Inter-Club Council '51,
Latin Contest, 2nd Prize '51. VANELLI,
JUNO, Acct. - Stagecraft Lighting Crew
VARGA, RICHARD, Gen. Bus. VAR-
RA, JOSEPH, Gen. Bus. - Art '52, H.R.
Vice-Pres. '51. VARTAS, HELEN,
Hel, Gen. Bus. - Leaders Corps '52.
VEGOTSKY, ESTELLE5 Gen. Bus. -
Philology '50,'51g School Store '51,'525 Sec.
for Nurse l50,'51,'52. VERDI, PETERg
Pereg Ind. Arts A. VERRELLI, JAMESg
jimg Acad. - Band '50,,51,,52g Red Band
,50,,51'525 Italian '51,'52.
VIRMALO, LlLLlg Acad. - German '52.
V IZZONI, CARL5 Acad. VOACOLO,
MICHAELQ Mileeg Ind. Arts A.
VOSCEK, BARBARA3 Bzzrbg Sec. - Spec-
tator Bus. '50,'51g Social Dance 'Sly Jr. Ex-
ecutive Comm. '51g Inter-Club Council '515
Black Publicity '5l5 Costume '525 Sr. Nom-
inating Comm. '52g School Store '525 Sr
Executive Comm. '52g Cheering Section
'523 Sec. for Advisor 752. WAGNER,
CHARLES5 Ind. Arts A. WALL,
CHARLES5 Clafwlieg Ind. Arts A.
VVALSH, VINCENT5 Vinceg Acad. -
Drama and Radio '50,'515 Treas. 7525 Rhe-
toricans '519 Experimenters ,525 Spectator
Bus. '51,7525 Nat'l Thespians '51,'52g Senior
Play 'Sl,'52g Operetta '51. WALTERS,
JEANQ Sloottyg Gen. Bus. - Photography
'5l,l52. WANTNER, HELENg Acad.
- Chorus '5Og Choir '51,'52g Drama and
Radio '50,'515 Art '515 Laureate '515 Oper-
etta '525 Bobashela, Sr. Asst. '525 H.R. Treas.
WARNIAN, JEAN, Sec. - School Store
'52 WARNER, ROBERT, Bob, Ind.
Arts B - Boys' Science '51,'52, WAR-
REN, EVE, N may, Sec. - Cafeteria Corps
'50,'51,'52, Skating '51,'52, H.R. Treas. '51,
WARREN, NORMAN, Fine Arts.
VVATKINS, BARBARA, Bobby, Acad. -
Cafeteria Corps '50,'52, Leaders Corps '50
j.V. Cheerleaders '51. WATKINS,
LAWRENCE, Lfzrry, Ind. Arts B - Soph.
Football '50, Vars. Football '51.
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Play. The performers played their parts well, and enjoyed presenting the play
as much as the audience enjoyed Watching it.
WATKINS, RUTH, Ruthie, Acad. -
Rhetoricans '50,'51, Drama and Radio '50,
'51,'52, Experimenters '52, Operetta '50,'51,
'52, Discussion Group '52, H.R. Sec. '50,
Senior Play '50,'51,'52, Spring Concert '50,
6th Period Dancing '50,'51, Ballet '50,'51,
Chairman '52, Prelude '50,'51,'52, Nat'l
Thespians '50,'51,'52, Black Rhythmics '51,
Repertory Theatre '51, 3rd and 4th Year
Latin Contest, 1st Prize '51. WATSON,
jOANNE, fo, Acad. - Photography '50,
'51, Philatelic '50, Orchestra '50,'51,'52,
Belles Lettres '51, Treas. '52, H.R. Treas.
'50. WEBBER, EMMA, Gen. Bus.-Red
WEBER, RICHARD, Acad. - H.R. Treas.
'52. WEINTROB, ALEXANDER, Al,
Acad. - World Federalists '51, Rhetoricans
'51, Forum '51'52, Pythagorean '51,'52,
Male Glee Club '52, Vars. Tennis '51,'52,
Debate '52, Nat'l Forensic League '52.
WEISLING, MARJORIE, Mmfgie, Acad.
- Girls' Science '51,'52, Inter-Club Coun-
cil '52, World Federalists '51, Bobashela,
Associate Ed. '52.
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WEISS, SHIRLEY, Skirl, Sec. - Philology
'50,'51, Drama and Radio '5O,'51,'52.
WEMMER, ROBERT, Bob, Acct.
WENZEL, ELYSE, Acad. - Red Cross
'5O,'51, Vice-Pres. '52, Chorus '50, Choir
'51, Operetta '51, Clionian '51,'52, Leaders
Corps '51, Spectator '51, Copy Ed. '52,
Quill and Scroll '51,'52, Pan-American '52,
Black Marching '51, Chairman '52, H.R.
Treas. '50,'51,'52, jr. Executive Comm. '51.
WHEELER, RAYMOND, Acad. - Clion-
ian '52, Cross Country '50,'51,'52, LV.
Swimming '52, H.R. Pres. '51,'52.
VVHEELER, SARAH, Sis, Home Ec.
WHITEHEAD, ROBERT, Curly, Acad.
Experimenters '52, H.R. Pres. '51,'52, Vars.
I am the spirit of the
VVIEDMANN, PAUL, Baron, Acad. -
Art '50,'51, 11th grade Window Painting
2nd Prize '51, 12th grade Window Paint-
ing, lst Prize 75 2. WIEGER, DONALD
Fine Arts. VVILKES, SHIRLEY, Gen
WILKINSON, MARY, Gen. Bus.
WILLIAMS, LUCILLE, Ceil, Home Ec
- Art '52. WILLIAMS, ROBERT, Ski
Ind. Arts A - Male Glee Club '5O,'52
Chorus '51, Choir 752.
WILLIAMSON, JOYCE, Ioycie, Sec. -
Personality '51, Corres. Sec. '52, Leaders
Corps '51, Treas. '52, Pan-American '52,
Red Cross '52, jr. Executive Comm. '51,
Sr. Executive Comm. '52, Capt. 5th Period
Gym '52, G.A.A. '50, Vice-Pres. '52, Miss
Trenton High School '52, H.R. Pres. '51.
WILSON, DAVID, Tammy, Music -
Band '52, Orchestra '52, Swing Band '52.
WILSON, WILLIAM, Bill, Ind. Arts A
- Forum '50,'51, Sec. '52, Activities '51,
'52, Vars. Cross Country '51, Capt. '52, H.
R. Vice-Pres. '52.
WINEBERG, MYRON, Mickey, Acad.
Philatelic '50,'51,'52, Service Corps '50,'51,
'5 2, H.R. Pres. '50. WINKLER, GEORGE,
jr. Acad. WISMER, DORIS, Wizz,
Acad. - Red Cross '50,'51, Pan-American
'51, Pres. '5 2, Personality '52, Leaders
Corps '50,'51, Head Locker Sgt. '52, Vars.
Swimming '50,'51, Co-Capt. '52, Black
Modern Ex. '51, Chairman '52, Vars. Cheer-
leaders '52, H.R. Pres. '50,'52, H.R. Treas.
ONE of the last big events of the year finally came. This was the night that we
had awaited for three years! Will we ever forget the music, the decorations, the
punch, the teachers all decked in their best?
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WITTICH, JUNE, Gen. Bus. - com- '
merce '51, '5 2. WITTENBORN,
WILLIAM, Acad. - Boys' Science '50,
Sec. '51, Vice-Pres. '52, Experimenters '52,
Soph. Football '50, T.H.S. Bowling League
'51,'52. WITTLIF, RICHARD, Dick'
Ind. Arts B - Soph. Football '50.
WNUK, ELSIE, Bet, Gen. Bus.
WOODARD, LILLIE, Gwmdmom,' Gen.
Bus. WOODHEAD, EARL, Woody,
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YESENSKY, STEPHEN, Steve, Gen.
Bus. - Commerce '52, YOUNG, HER-
BERT, Herb, Acad. - Service Corps '51,
'52, Experimenters '52. YOUNG, MAR-
IAN, Acad. - Naturalists '52, School Store
YOUSKO, HELENA, Honey, Gen. Bus.
- Naturalists '51,'52. YOUSKO,
RALPH, Tex, Acct. - Commerce '52.
ZAMONSKI, ROBERT, Baba, Ind. Arts
B -Activities '52.
WOODING, WAVERLY, Woody, Acad.
- Stagecraft '5O,'51, H.R. Vice-Pres. '50,
'51, Pres. '52. WOODWARD, DOUG-
LAS, Acad. - Philology '52, j.V. Track
'5O,'51, j.V. Football '51. WOOLVER-
TON, JACOB, jake, Ind. Arts A.
YANNUZZIELLO, MARY ANN, Sec. -
Chorus '50, Spanish '51, Italian '52, I-I.R.
Sec. '50,'51,'52. YAROS, ANTHONY,
Gen. Bus. - j.V. Soccer '50, Vars. Soccer
'51,'52, H.R. Sec. '51, H.R. Vice-Pres. '52.
YAROS, JOSEPH, foe, Gen. Bus. - Band
I am the spirit of the
LAST DAY OF SCHOOL.
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'50,'51,,52g Costume '52g Red Games '52.
ZAVETOSKI, VINCENT5 Ind. Arts A.
ZEIGLER, ALBERTg Alg Acad. - French
'50,'51,'52g Service Corps '50,'51,'525 Bowl-
ZICKWOLF, ELMER5 Zeleeg Ind. Arts A.
ZUCCARELLO, JEAN5 Zooleieg Gen. Bus.
ZULLO, jOHNg Zaccerg Ind. Arts B.
At last it had come! Graduation Day! june 17, 1952. This was the day we had
looked forward to, all our lives. We were glad to be marching in our caps and
gowns, and yet a little sorry to be leaving T.H.S. But we knew the spirit which the
senior classes of Trenton High School had left behind would be carried on.
ZWEIGLE, CHARLESg Buddyg Ind. Arts
A - Activities '52. I-IEBERLING,
RUTHQ Rzztloieg Gen. Bus. - Art '5O,'513
Cafeteria Corps '5O,'51, Vice-Pres. '525
Ushers Corps '50,'5l,752g G.A.A. ,5O,'51,,52g
Skating '5l,'525 H.R. Treas. '50.
BURKEQ THOMAS9 Berleelg Acad. - -I.V.
Track 503 Vars. Track '5l,'52g Soph. Foot-
ball '50. FRANK, JOAN5 Fravrzkieg Gen.
Bus. - Glee Club '5O,'513 Choir '525 Vars.
Tennis l50,'51,l52g Vars. Hockey '5O,'5l,'525
Vars. Basketball '50,'5l,'52g N. j. State
Athletic Award '51.
ALBERTSON, CLARENCE, Acct.
ALLEN, BERT, Skin, Ind. Arts. A-Service Corps
'50, '51, Capt. '52, J. V. Football '50, '51, J. V.
BALINT, JOAN, Red, Gen. Bus.-School Store
Mgr. 51. .
BRANDT, DANIEL, Ind. Arts A.
CARTER, HOWELL, Pety, Acad.-Quill and
Scroll '52, H. R. Sec. '52.
CARVILL, RONALD, Acad.-Vars. Soccer '50,
CICCARELLO, LOUIS, Chick, Acct.-Commerce
CUNNINGHAM, WILLIAM, Red, Acad.-Forum
'50, '51, '52, J. V. Football '50, Vars. Football
'51, J. V. Track '50, Vars. Track '52.
DAVID, LORRAINE, Rainy, Acad.-Accompanist
for Social Dance Club '50, '51,
DAVIS, RICHARD, Dick, Ind. Arts A.
DI BIANCO, ROBERT, Dib, Ind. Arts B.
DI NATALE, PERRY, Deen, Ind. Arts B.
ELDRIDGE, JAMES, fini, Acad.-Forum '50, '51,
'52, Soph. Football '50, J. V. Football '51, Vars.
Football '52, H. R. Treas. '52.
FEDAK, JULIUS, Jule, Ind. Arts. A-Wood '52.
GANDY, ROYDEN, Windy, Music-Band 150, '51,
'52, Orchestra '52.
HAYWARD, ROBERT, Bucky, Acad.-Philatelic,
Pres. '50, Operetta Props. '51, Phi Zeta '51, Cli-
onian '5 2, Sigma Epsilon Theta '5 2, J. V. Track
'50, '51, Vars. Track '52, Vars. Swimming '50,
'51, 352, Vars. Football '51, '52, H. R. Vice-
HENDERSON, ROBERT, Bob, Gen. Bus.-Vars.
Swimming '50, '51, '52.
HILL, HERBERT, Gen. Bus.
KNAPP, JOHN, Monk, Ind. Arts. A.
LAWRENCE, CORNELIUS, Ind. Arts. B.
MANGUS, DELORES, Doe, Gen. Bus.
MORRIS, JAMES, Careless, Gen. Bus.
NEBLETT, JOHN, Rebel, Ind. Arts A.
NOVITZ, SHELDON, Acad.-Experimenters '5 2.
ORENDAS, NICHOLAS, The Greek, Ind. Arts A
-Vars. Golf '50, '51, '52.
PERNA, LOUIS, Lou, Gen. Bus.
PERONI, LAWRENCE, Sbieky, Gen. Bus.
PRITCHARD, EDWARD, Ed, Ind. Arts A.
PYONTEK, RAYMOND, Ind. Arts A-Activities
SANTITORO, GERALD, F uzzy, Ind. Arts B.
SAPIO, NICHOLAS, Nick, Acct.-Bobashela, Sr.
Typist '5 1.
SILVERS, ROBERT, ji, Ind. Arts B.
SIMMONS, RICHARD, Dick, Ind. Arts B.
SOKOLOWSKI, EDWARD, Red, Acad.-Vars.
Soccer '50, '51, 52.
STEPHAN, MARY, Tiny, Home Ec.
STRYCHARZ, JOHN, Wimpy, ind. Arts A.-
Vars. Soccer '50, '51, '52, J. V. Baseball '51,
STUMPP, JOHN, Stunippy, Ind. Arts A.-J. V.
Track '5 1.
TEEL, CHARLES, Acad.-Soph. Football '50.
TURETZKY, BARNEY, Ind. Arts B.
VAN DE WATER, RICHARD, Dick, Ind. Arts
A-Vars. Soccer '51.
Bottom Row: M. Maurio, G. Case, A. Guidotti, J. Rorro,
R. Hall, V. Silvestro, M. Gardner, A. Castor, Mr. Borgen
advisor, H. Madole, J. Elias, L. Rosen, R. Shapiro,
J. Lauter, A. Glennon. Second Row: A. Forer, j. Cheled-
nik, N. Sherer, E. Schenck, K. Sindora, D. Cowell,
L. Contardo, A. Nemeth, S. Kowal, C. Scozzaro, J. Tor-
retto, R. Preston, R. Stenlhagen, F. Salerno, S. O'Donnell,
As one of the most vital organizations in the
school, the band carried on many activities
throughout the year, with Mr. Borgen as their
advisor. All the football games were pepped up
by the martial music and by the marching rou-
tines which the smartly-clad band members exe-
cuted on the Held during half time. Not only
did they play at all football games, but they also
played at all the home basketball games.
Sport Nite is always one of the main perform-
ances for the band organization. For this occa-
sion the T. H. S. Band was divided into two
separate bands-the Red and Black Bands. The
entire band got together to vote for the two
band leaders and then these two decided whom
they were going to have in their respective
bands. This year these boys worked very hard
for Sport Nite. They had to learn all the music
for the main and specialty numbers as well as
their own numbers.
The Spring Concert was another one of their
many activities. At this traditional program the
band contributed its share of the musical enter-
tainment for the evening.
1. Nicolini, R. Petito. Third Row: E. Larson, A. Voor-
hees, A. Musciente. XV. Ford, L. Mandl, C. Cranmer,
E. Goldenbaum, T. Brecko, A. Britton, A. Spera, M.
Gandolfo, V. Panarisi, Navarro, E. Hewitt. Fourth
Row: J. Tramontana, HI Hecht, 1. Parziale, L. Tuccillo,
C. Haas, J. Nawak, D. Pettit, R. Krisanda, R. Savadge,
1. De Feo, L. Fink, A. Gibilisco, J. Smith, R. Czigler.
Field Marshal . . .
Drum Major ....
Manager , ,.,... .
Student Director . .
Uniform Sergeant .
. . . . , john Rorro
. . . . . Robert Hall
, . . Vincent Silvestro
. . . Martin Gardner
. . . Albert Castor
. . . Harry Madole
. . . , . . Elmer Elias
. . . . Mr. L. Rogene Borgen
Bottom Row: B. Rothamel, C. Adams, L. Mondello,
M. Balbresky, C. Kunkely, M. Martin, R. Holford, L
Denny, S. Larkin, Mr. Mulder, advisor, G. Moskowitz,
K. Barwis, R. Marcus, R. Di Bella, J. Nosnitsky, P
Notarian, M. Staudenmayer, S. Craig, R. Caltagirone
Second Rofw: E. Boyd, M. Applegate, H. Wantner,
E. Saville, A. Mount, S. Wilson, A. Evans, N. Knowles
M. Sholin, E. Couch, J. Plumeri, J. Heck, R. Polizzi:
E. Nochumson, B. Cohen, E. Rittmann, A. Silverstein,
The choir is one of our school's most experi-
enced musical organizations. This group, under
the direction of Mr. Mulder, has received much
recognition not only in the school, city and state,
but also throughout the nation.
At Christmas time they gave a Christmas Con-
cert at school and at the City Hall. Christmas
Eve they sang at the Majestic Theater in New
York. There the program was broadcast nation-
wide over the W A B C network.
In the spring the big program was the Spring
Concert in which they combined with the
T. H. S. Chorus to make a very large and mag-
nificent musical group. Graduation and the bac-
calaureate ceremonies were two other very im-
portant events in which the choir had a large
part. They also visited the junior schools to give
them a preview of what the T. H. S. Choir can
do. All in all, the members of the choir worked
very hard this year in fulfilling their very inter-
J. Peterson, J. Doray, V. Sampson, A. Gering, J. Kendall
Third Row: D. Harper, A. Ciabattoni, J. Constance
F. Budden, F. Sommers, J. Liccardo, W. Dowd, W
Funkhouser, M. Rose, T. Sista, S. Harhigh, H. Foder
D. Nahoun, R. Corbin. Fourth Row: J. Schmidt, S
Battista, D. Smith, C. Klabbatz, R. Jenei, J. Udris, R
Rauba, G. Bronner, R. Ritter, W. Boaz, W. Edwards
C. Perfater, F. Argese.
President .,,... . . . Gilbert Moskowitz
Vice President , . ,,..., Steve Larkin
Secretary .,., . . . Kathryn Barwxs
Treasurer ..,. .,.,,.. L ynn Denny
Advisor . , . , , , Mr. Harry Mulder
One of the largest organizations in the school
is the T. H. S. Chorus. Sponsored by Mr. Mulder,
the members strive toward a better understand-
ing and experience in the field of music, not
only for group participation but also for per-
At Christmas time the chorus participated in
the Christmas Concert held here in the school.
Their Spring activity was the annual Spring Con-
cert in which the choir, band, and orchestra all
had a part.
Two years ago the chorus was reorganized and
divided into two groups: the choir, chiefly com-
posed of upperclassmen and the more exper1-
enced singers, and the chorus, mostly inexperi-
enced but willing members. In effect, the chorus
has become the training organization for the
choir. This setup gives more students opportunity
to train and use their voices.
Many afternoons after 3:30 and several Satur-
days throughout the year the members of the
chorus rehearsed with Mr. Mulder. It was not
hard work because they loved music and they
were very fond of their dynamic leader.
Bottom Row: E. Shaffer, S. Cain, M. Lesson, A. Duboski,
J. Patykula, Kahn, S. Schnitzer, J. Medoff, A. Moglia,
K. Lanning, C. Grove, S. Selfridge, F. Santitoro, J.
Cooper, 1. Black, D. Probst, L. Callahan, B. Kelly. Second
Row: B. Rothamel, C. Adams, L. Mondello, M. Bal-
bresky, C. Kunkely, M. Martin, R. Holford, S. Larkin,
L. Denny, Mr. Mulder, advisor, K. Barwis, G. Mosko-
witz, R. Marcus, R. Di Bella, Nosnitsky, P. Notarian,
M. Staudenmayer, S. Craig, R. Caltagirone. Third Row:
F. Stoop, D. Ewanis, H. XVantner, E. Saville, A. Mount,
S. Wilson, A. Evans, N. Knowles, M. Sholin, E. Couch,
J. Plumeri, J. Heck, R. Polizzi, E. Nochumson, B. Cohen,
President ,... . . . Gilbert Moskowitz
Vice-President ..,.. Steve Larkin
Secretary ..,. . . , Kathryn Barwis
Treasurer . . .,,... Lynn Denny
Advisor . . . . . . Mr. Harry Mulder
E. Rittmann, A. Silverstein, Peterson, Doray, V.
Sampson, A. Gering. Fourth Row: E. Boyd, M. Apple-
gate, J. Constance, F. Budden, F. Summers, J. Liccardo,
VV. Dowd, M. Rose, YV. Funkhouser, H. Foder, S. Har-
high, T. Sista, J. Kendall, D. Edwards. Fifth Row:
Eppolito, S. Battista, D. Smith, C. Klabbatz, R. Jenei,
J. Udris, G. Bronner, F. Rauba, R. Ritter, W. Boaz,
NV. Edwards, C. Perfater, A. Cala, F. Argese. Sixth
Row: J. Schmidt, A. Ciabattoni, D. Kelley, R. Rue,
W. Merritt, P. Schatzberg, M. Stenger, F. Federico, XV.
Bloomberg, R. Embley, M. Cohen, N. Di Guiseppe,
J. Smith, D. Nahoun, R. Corbin, W. Raymond.
Male Glee Club
As its name implies, the Male Glee Club of
T. H. S. consists of boys interested in learning
to appreciate choral literature and enjoying the
training and pleasure of singing.
This was one of the busiest groups in the
school this year. Under the sponsorship of Mr.
Mulder, they participated in many activities in
the school, some of which included the annual
operetta, the Christmas Concert, the baccalau-
reate services and the graduation exercises. They
also performed in several auditorium programs
throughout the year.
Twice they were featured as guests on Paul
Whiteman's T. V. Teen-club. Each time they
received plaques attesting to their excellence in
As you can see by their various activities the
members of the Male Glee Club had quite a full
schedule and were kept very busy training and
improving their voices.
This group offered great opportunity to many
students interested in enlarging their musical
background, especially those who found it im-
possible to take private lessons or those who
were not able to take the music course, but were
desirous of some musical training
Bottom Rofwz M. Rose, J. Smith, H. Foder, L. Fort,
W. Green, R. Williams, S. Larkin, G. Moskowitz, Mr
Mulder, advisor, R. Marcus, E. Bobik, D. Nahoun
R. Embley, J. Liccardo, M. Stenger, F. Federico, R
Corbin. Second Rofwz N. Di Guiseppe, R. Radice, R
Ministero, V. Silvestro, F. Argese, A. Popkin, F. Som-
mers, R. Stemhagen, F. Budden, VV. Dowd, D. Relles
A. Weisberg, Eppolito, VV. Merritt, T. Sista, S. Har-
Student Director .... . . . Gilbert Moskowitz
Advisor ........ Mr. Harry Mulder
high, R. Ritter, F. Rauba. Third Row: W. Funkhouser,
A. Ciabattoni, j. Mosley, VV. Edwards, J. Constance
R. Van Sant, G. Bronner, A. Cala, P. Schatzberg, W
Bloomberg, R. Belinsky, W. Raymond, M. Cohen, K
Gravatt. Fourth Rofw: C. Perfater, J. Schmidt, S. Bat-
tista, D. Smith, C. Klabbatz, R. jenei, D. Breece, J. Udris,
H. Trauger, A. Kreslins, G. Sampson, D. Kelley, E
Nemeth, L. Kerrigan, W. Boaz.
Bottom Row: D. Mitchell, A. Gering, E. Soprony, M.
Conover, M. Brazina, P. Di Martino, A. Musciente, J.
Heck, Mr. Wassell, advisor, V. French, T. Latoof, A.
Bodnar, B. Silverman, H. Goldstein, R. Caine, D. Man-
ners, M. Hence, E. Bate. Second Rofw: J. Watson, H.
Hecht, J. Aller, D. Majofsky, L. Alper, H. Trauger,
C. Pestcoe, T. Jarzyk, H. Janiszewski, E. Ulivieri, C.
Cunningham, J. Bohlinger, C. Holman, MacNeil,
How many of us while sitting in auditorium
listening to the orchestra actually realized and
appreciated its importance? Probably very few.
Most of us took it for granted as something all
high schools have. But that is not true. Every
high school does not have the kind of orchestra
we had. Our T. H. S. orchestra was rated as one
of the best in the state. That is a reputation that
made Trenton High students mighty proud.
Sponsored by Mr. Wassell, the participated in
many school activities. A special group was
picked from the orchestra to play in the operetta
and also for graduation. The orchestra played
an important part in the annual Spring Concert.
The Christmas Concert was another important
A few of our orchestra members made the
All-State group which consists of pupils from
all over the state of New Jersey. This is the
greatest honor given to any high school music
Latoof, C. Di Martino, V. VVhenry. Third Rofw: R.
Preston, R. Shapiro, A. Popkin, M. Manzer, S. Capple,
J. Lauter, S. O'Donnell, N. Scherer, W. Sokol, K. Sin-
dora, G. Nemeth, A. Castor, M. Gandolfo, A. Guidotti.
Fourth Rofw: A. Forer, E. Elias, R. Knott, E. Golden-
baum, H. Madole, C. Haas, J. De Feo, R. Updike, J.
Nowak, T. Robinson, J. Rorro, H. Wahl, L. Fink, V.
Panarisi, R. Hall.
President ...... . , . Virginia French
Vice-President . , , .,,.,., Jean Heck
Secretary ...... .... T helma Latoof
Secretary , . . ..,.,..., Irene Bodnar
Treasurer , . . . . , Anthony Musciente
Conductor . . .... Mr. Albert Wassell
Bottom Row: R, Damiano, J. Owens, J. Soriero, Mr.
Jochern, advisor, J. Varga, F. Urbano. Second Row:
VV. Turner, R. Oliver, H. Danbury, J. Fell, J. Shargo.
T0 CONSTRUCT scenery for various school
President ..,.,......,.....,.. Jennie Maldera
V ice-President . . . ...,...... Doris Lees
Secretary ....., ..,.,.,. L oretta Trotta
Treasurer .. .. Charlotte Symonowicz
Advisor . . . ..., Miss Mary Lapin
Bottom Row: L. Trotta, D. Lees, Miss Lapin, advisor,
J. Maldera, C. Symonowicz. Second Rofw: N. Knowles,
C. Timms, A. Cesaro, A. Angelini, R. Russo, Modica,
M. Carnevale. Third Rofw: D. Azarowicz, J. Naylor,
S. Rafferty, M. Moore, M. Devine, M. Kompanik, T.
Third Row: XV. Bailey, A. Di Artiglio, D. Brandt, R.
Nabinger, F. Laske, D. Funk, F. Kroehling.
President ...... .. Joseph Soriero
Vice-President .,.., .... J ulius Crescenzi
Secretary-Treasurer ............ Fred Urbano
Advisor ............ . . Mr. Warren Jochem
TO FURTHER each girl's knowledge of
Franckowiak. Fourth Row: J. Markulec, J. Freeman,
J. Del Bargo, B. Maurizi, P. Clayton, L. Clarici, M. Ferry.
Fifth Row: M. Domanski, A. Graf, M. O'Toole, M.
Bottom Rofw: M. Di Falco, J. Castelize, J. Leese, J.
Zaparyniuk, Miss Koenig, advisor, A. Waterhouse, M.
Fine, B. Kaczanowski, P. Di Martino. Second Row:
j. Branham, D. Cervone, F. Vaughn, K. Taylor, M.
TO INCREASE art skill, become acquainted
with various types of art mediums,
develop art appreciation, and act as
a service club to the school.
President ................... Dorothy Skwara
Vice-President , . 1 ..... Sylvia Dickey
Secretary .,....,,. ..,, J anet Heymann
Assistant Secretary . . . , Edward Lupper
Treasurer ,...,. 1 ,.,..... Janet Hankins
Advisor . , . . . Mr. Friebis Siegfried
Bottom Row: B. Longo, J. Hankins, S. Dickey, Mr.
Siegfried, advisor, D. Skwara, E. Lupper, H. Janiszew-
ski. Second Row: J. Kupcsky, R. Leona, G. Cacciatore,
Brown, M. Cross, A. Livingston. Third Rofw: Evans,
A. Drake, E. Guhr, R. Waller, M. Rose, H. Sharp, D.
President ........ ,.., K enneth Henry
Vice-President ...,... . . . Albert Waterhouse
Recording Secretary .....,..,,,... jane Leese
Corresponding Secretary ...,,.. Marjorie Fine
Treasurer ......,,,,.,,..... Joan Zaparyniuk
Advisor . . . . , . Miss Daphne Koenig
TO EXPLORE the numerous fields and phases
of art other than painting.
J. Weisling, A. Dumas, P. Killingsworth, L. Williams.
Third Rofw: Davis, E. Pope, D. Azarowicz, B. Cham-
berlain, P. Sargiotto, C. Hallmark, E. Byrnes, J. Varra.
Bottom Row: B. Stiefbold,-J. Watson, H. Lavine, Miss
Marotte, advisor, M. Manzer, R. Mara, P. Lewis, C.
Deitz. Second Row: E. Van Ek, J. Kneeshaw, L. Du-
plessis, E. Bate, S. Shain, K. Heath, Zaparyniuk, F.
TO PROMOTE an interest in the study and
appreciation of good literature
President ,,.,............,. Barbara Stiefbold
Vice-President .,.., . , . . Olga Marateo
Recording Secretary ,.... ...,, J ean Wood
Corresponding Secretary ....... Marcia Savko
Treasurer ....,...,,........ . , Estelle Burke
Advisor . . . . . . , . Mr. M. D. La Fountain
Bottom Row: M. Bushnell, M. Savko, J. Wood, O.
Marateo, Mr. La Fountain, advisor, B. Stiefbold, C.
Gasco, E. Burke, R. De Bonis, R. Corvo, A. Wilson.
Second Row: M. Schiffman, B. Phillips, C. Van Hise,
Shmukler, P. Solomon, J. Lewis. Third Row: H. Simons,
R. Lieberman, M. Heath, D. Goodstein, R. Rudlin, B.
Levy, F. Schwartz, A. Popkin, T. Robinson.
President ....,,,..,..,,..... Herbert Lavine
Vice-President ., ..... Ruth Mara
Secretary ..... .. Patricia Lewis
Treasurer .... ,...,,.. J oanne Watson
Advisor .. Miss Beatrice Marotte
TO FOSTER an interest in Latin, the Romans,
and the Latin civilization in general.
J. Kreidler, J. Elliott, B. Owens, A. Moglia, B. Silver-
man, C. Salvatore, J. Jenkins, R. Bouboulis. Third Row:
S. Lubin, L. Albert, M. Edwards, M. Lesson, F. Mow-
der, N. lzatt, M. Sholin, Sedia, A. Ristow, D. Mitchell.
Bottom Row: A. Berrien, R. XVarner, G. Mikutowicz,
K. Laino, E. Savko, R. Robbins, M. Andrew, R. Parishy,
I. Byer. Second Row: R. Saks, D. Talley, VV. VVitten-
born. Popkin, Mr. Diamond, advisor, H. Lavine, VV.
TO PROMOTE the interests of boys who enjoy
working in the field of science.
President ......, . . . . joseph Ruderman
Vice-President . , . ..,,. Gene DeVito
Secretary ......, . . . Kathryn Barwis
Treasurer . . . , . . , . Shirley Neuls
Advisor ....... , . . Miss Mary Meagher
Bottom Rofw: L. Rasimowicz, C. Bucher, M. Providence,
VV. Moody, Ruderman, Miss Meagher, advisory K.
Barwiss, S. Neuls, N. Birks, G. Newcomb, R. Holford
Second Rofw: S. Benck, V. Necld, N. Clark, S. Faherty,
L. Denny, L. Dix, C. Stern, L. Ellis, S. Kramer, E
Wenzel, A. Feehan. Third Row: N. Korsak, T. Ritter,
Quackenboss, T. Garsky, VV. Grassmyer. Third Row:
H. Gildea, N. Di Guiseppi, R. Lanning, H. Brody,
J. Hutchins, R. Harris, VV. Crossey, YV. Guthrie, R.
Lawrence, D. Nolan, T. Ball, R. Greenfield.
President ,..... ..,......... j erorne Popkin
Vice-President . , . . . . William Wittenborn
Secretary ...... ...... H erbert Lavine
Treasurer . . . ........,.. Donald Talley
Advisor . . . . . Mr. Constantine Diamond
TO DEVELOP an active interest in this
R. Wheeler, R. Embley, C. Sutterly, T. Barlow, T.
Jahos, B. Gauck, B. Hutchinson, Cartlidge, M. John-
son. Fourtb Rofw: Rogie, R. Hayward, E. Breece,
R. Norton, L. Sykes, 1. Burke, J. DeVido, T. Robinson
VV. Cook, D. Bookholdt, XV. Babecki, G. DeVito, Di
Bottom Rofw: D. Ewanis, J. Kneeshavv, S. Hunt, R.
lnnocenzi, A. Chiacchio, Miss Scheich, Mr. Butcher,
advisors, G. Grogan, S. Thomas, H. Elko, J. Modica,
E. Umberger. Second Row: M. Devine, J. French, M.
Miller, M. Moore, N. Pontrella, C. McEwan, j. Fonta-
nazzi, A. Cesaro, A. Serben, P. Butcher, V. Hetz. Third
TO PROMOTE an interest in the business world
and to encourage a social spirit among
President ,,,........,.,,, Shirley Csercsevits
Vice-President ,... ,.,.. B everly Carver
Secretary ..... . . . Patricia Giordano
Treasurer . . . ...,. Delores Constance
Advisor ......., ..... M iss Thelma Lomax
Bottom Row: E. Reggie, C. Sikorski, S. Gross, P. Gior-
dano, Miss Lomax, advisor, S. Csercsevits, F.. Sell, M.
Link, G. De Marco. Second Row: F. Ward, Stevens,
S. jable, Fuessel, M. Neise, S. Nutt, M. Maksin, B.
Row: G. Bezek, J. Griggs, N. Rich, M. Mason, E. Eitzer,
M. Remphrey, G. Kish, L. Bodnar, E. Dancsak, C.
Castranova, F. Bate. Fourth Row: E. Kluzner, S. Popo-
vich, T. Zola, L. Ciccarello, VV. Dill, S. Yesensky, H.
Schuck, E. Tilghman, R. Yousko, J. Lekka, Peri-
President .,....,.......... Geraldine Grogan
Vice-President . . . . . . Richard Innocenzi
Secretary .... ........ A nne Chiacchio
Advisor . . . , . . Miss Katherine Scheich
Advisor .... Mr. Frank Butcher
TO CREATE an interest in costuming and the
fundamentals of' sewing.
Givens. Third Row: A. Fuccello, M. O,Toole, A. Pearce,
M. Zamparelli, B. Voscek, Thompson, J. Bodnar, P.
Bottom Row: J. Kaplow, B. Singer, V. XValsh, R. Adams,
Miss Dillon, advisor, Schwartzman, M. Manzer, R. VVat-
kins, A. lVilson. Seoorzd Row: R. Kaplan, M. Smith,
R. Marcus, H. Medoff, C. Adams, S. Schnitzer, K. Lan-
ning, K. Heath, XV. XVeener, C. Smith, M. Stenger.
Tbird Row: M. Ginsburg, M. Rednor, L. Ungar, R.
Drama and Radio
TO PROMOTE interest in the study of drama
and radio broadcasting in the high
school, and create opportunities for
the students to put their creative ef-
forts to positive use.
Mr. T. Gordon Manzer, advisor
Bottom Row: S. Schwartzman, R. VVatkins, M. Smith,
Mr. Manzer, advisor, VV. Copper, T. Ritter, L. Haacker.
Second Row: S. Novitz, YV. Babecki, T. Ball, G. Huli-
Albert, Nochumson, R. Rubin, M. Bruno, C. Gasco,
A. Mount, Bernstein. Fourth Row: S. Rosen, F.
Kleiner, M. Ruderrnan, French, S. Myers, G. Lafkas,
J, lngber, G. Moskowitz, S. VVeiss, L. Hutchinson, P.
President ,,... . ...... Richard Adams
Vice-President . . . , . Sandra Schwartzman
Secretary ..... . . , Margaret Manzer
Treasurer . . . .... Vincent VValsh
Advisor . . . . . . Miss Elizabeth Dillon
TO PERFORM various chemistry experiments
under helpful supervision.
him, H- Young, V. XValsh, L. Farber. Third Row: H.
Senoff, R. YVhitehcad, XV. Grassmyer, G. Neely, XV.
YVittenborn, R. Lawrence, YV. Thompson.
Bottom Row: B. Schragger, W. WVilson, R. Keenhold,
Mr. Raetzer, advisor, G. Stockman, Mr. Klinger, ad-
visor, A. Huddy. Second Rofw: P. Vitella, M. Feldman,
F. Federico, E. Bobik, J. Liccardo, P. Bardos, J. Smith,
C. Scozzaro, R. Seidel, A. Pone, W. Page, D. Pluta, F.
Panzitta, A. VVeisberg, D. Relles, D. Hutchinson, R.
Preston, S. Myers. Third Row: T. Byrnes, D. Devlin,
R. McMillan, S. Larkin, K. Gravatt, A. Ciabattoni, C.
TO DEBATE and discuss world affairs.
President ,.......,,.,,....... Judith Pitaskv
Vice-President . . . . . , Mary jane Shiclc
Secretary ,..,.., .... C ynthia Peters
Treasurer . . . ,.,,. Robert Apple
Advisor ,..,.........,..,.. Mr. john Kelsey
Bottom Row: L. Lang, R. Apple, J. Pitasky, Mr. Kelsey,
advisor, M. Shick, C. Peters, S. Schnitzer, J. Kahn,
V. Cox. Second Row: S. Osterstuck, J. Turk, R. Leven-
thal, I. Diamond, B. Holzman, S. Richard, R. Szasz,
2 . Q
Pertater, S. Wolinsky, P. Landauer, M. Wascoe, W.
Lustig. Fourth Row: C. Sams, J. Devlin, D. Henderson,
S. Boston, A. Weintrob, R. Stoner, C. Benedetti, R.
Friedman, B. Epstein, W. Bohus, R. Sweeney, H. Senoff.
Fifth Row: M. Louis, W. Noble, A. Greenley, D.
Breece, G. Ege, B. Royal, F. Gmitter, H. Peterson,
J. Eldridge, Glickman.
President ....,...,........ Gerald Stockman
Vice-President , , . . . . Ronald Keenhold
Secretary ..,,.. . . William Wilson
Treasurer . . ....,.. Albert Huddy
Advisor . . , .... Mr. Russell Klinger
Advisor . . . . Mr. Ernest Raetzer
TO PROMOTE better understanding of the
French language, literature, and cus-
C. Stern, Kaplow, M. Staudenmayer. Third Rofwz
A. Greenley, M. Dorn, A. Ziegler, R. Allaire, M. Apple-
gate, J. MacNeil, M. Ginsburg, J. Peterson, R. Shays,
W. Cook, Glickman.
TO PROMOTE an interest in the
German language and cus-
President ,....... . . . Daniel Cowell
Vice-President ,...... William Boaz
Secretary ......,. . . . Sonya Becker
Treasurer A... .... V al johnson
Advisor ..., . . , ,Mr. Earl Steffy
Bottom Row: D. Cowell, S. Becker, Mr. Steffy, Advisor, E. Pitt, VV. Boaz.
Second Row: R. Rawlings, H. Damman, M. Ernest, L. Virmalo, F. Hess,
V. Johnson. Third Rofw: R. Rhoads, C. Sloin, M. Alexanderwicz, H.
G' I ' S ' '
II' S CIEDCB Officers
TO FOSTER friendship and fellowship among President ..... . . . Helen Rochestie
girls who are interested in science.
Bottom Row: V. Cox, E. Pitt, J. Lewis, B. Stiefbold,
Miss Anna Barata, advisorg H. Rochestie, A. Roberts,
C. Fleming. Second Rofwz Elliott, A. Moglia, M.
VVeisling, D. Zimskind, B. Barlow, C. Stern, L. Green-
. . . Barbara Stiefbold
...... Elena Pitt
Recording Secretary .....
Corresponding Secretary . . . . . . Alice Roberts
Treasurer ...,....,,,.. . . . L .... joan Lewis
Advisor ...,. . . . Miss Anna Barata
wald, M. Staudenmayer. Third Row: M. Diksa, M. Kohn,
M. Sholin, J. Plumeri, E. Burke, A. Ristow, C. Li Vecchi,
V. Sampson. Fourth Row: M. Rosenthal, V. Suntato,
F. Hess, D. Kryspin.
TO UNITE the clubs in Trenton
President ....., William Wittenborn
Vice-President ..i... Wayne Lustig
Secretary 4........ Bruce Schragger
Advisor ...... Mr. William Walker
Bottom Row: E. Van Ek, K. Heath, M. Manzcr, C. Battiste, M. Warner
B. Rothamel. Second Row: W. Lustig, VV. VVittenborn, R. Rhoads, A
Weintrob, L. I-Iaacker.
O ff i ce rs
President ,,,,... . . . Carlo Benedetti
Vice-President . . . . . Alger Ciabattoni
Secretary ..... ,... S ylvia Toleno
Treasurer . . . ...... Mary Rotondo
Advisor . . . . . . Mr. Frank Borgia
Bottom Row: M. Di Falco, M. Providence, J. Di Marco,
A. Ciabattoni, S. Toleno, Mr. Borgia. advisor, M. Ro-
tondo, C. Benedetti, A. Mount, R. Di Bella, M. Con-
tardo. Second Row: M. Yannuzziello, C. Dileo, I-I.
Blumgold, M. Borgia, C. Li Vecchi, R. Bruno, S. Fppo-
TO FOSTER an interest and appreciation in the
Italian language and literature, and
the Italian contribution to World cul-
lito, P. De Martino, G. Verdi, J. Plumeri. Third Row:
V. Sciarrotta, B. Marciante, L. Contardo, R. Petito, D.
Commiso, J. Verrelli, M. Zamparelli, R. Polizzi, V. Sun-
B0rr0111R0'w.' Lf. Pericoloso, L. Ta1nmaro,I. Taglia- J. XValker, F. Sikorski, N. McCray, S. Shaw, W.
ferri, Bennett, H. Sharp, D. Recine, XV. Middle- Sikinger, ll. Brown, R. Friedman, L. Page, W. Single-
ton, J. XVatson, L. Hanze, G. Mesanko. Second R0-w: ton, F. Gniitter, H. Rawson.
Boys Leaders Corps Officers
TO GIVE the boys a voice in the functioning President -, ...... --- Michael Kusnirik
of thevphysical education program.
Bottom Row: j. Yaszczcmslzi, A. Magee, A. Tonnc, J. Marfino.
Second Row: Hcisler, Mr, Minkcl, librariang Miss Ludwig,
assistant librariang B. Fleming.
Vice-President ...... ..... F red Gmitter
Secretary-Treasurer ...... Charles Perfater
Advisor ............... Mr. Leonard Dileo
Advisor --- --- Mr. Walter Kirchling
Libra ry Assistants
TO HELP throughout the day in the
library by returning the
books to the shelves and
keeping the library neat and
Bottom Row: L. Greenwald, J. Cohen, R, Leventhal, H.
Blumgold, F, Summers, Mr. Clark, advisor, C. Pestcoe,
C. Fleming, A. Ristow, A. Roberts, E. Burke, J. Sedia.
Second Row: V. Cox, R. Mara, C. Gasco, M. Rosenthal,
TO DEVELOP the individual to the point of
becoming a contributing factor to the
Work of the harmonious whole,
President ..e............... Richard Adams
Vice-President ........ Sandra Schwartzman
Recording Secretary ........ Judith Pitasky
Treasurer ................ Vincent Walsh
Advisor -- -- Miss Elizabeth Dillon
H. Roehestie, I. Byer, H, Bahr, L. Orland, M. Manzer, A.
Popkin, M, Feldman. Third Row: A. XVeintrob, H.
Tomor, J. Silverstein, M. Lewis, R. Rhoads, B. Stiefbold,
A. Wfaterhouse, H. Brody, VV. Lustig.
TO SPONSOR and participate in speech and
Bottom Row: M. Rosen, Pitasky, M. Smith, R. Wat-
kins. Second Row: R. Adams, Miss Dillon, advisor, C.
Bottom Rofwg C, Norte, Myers, Edwards, Mr, D. Cowell, B. Allen, A. Elliott, -I. Levy. Third Row
Creasy, advisorg E. Cain, M. Young, M. Ribovics. Second W- COPPCI, V- JUIHHSOH, G- Hlllihilll, R- Rl102dS-
Row: I. Bender, H. Yousko, 1. Colligan, F. Schwartz,
TO STUDY nature and the natural habitat of President ,t,.,..... Janice Edwards
animals and birds. Vice-President .....,. . . . Marianne Sneath
Secretary-Treasurer , . . ...i,.,. Elaine Cain
Advisor .....,..... . . . Mr. William Creasy
J. Kendall, D. Harper, Mr. Dakin, advisorg Peterson.
TO FURTHER each student's knowl-
edge of organ music.
Bottom Rofw: J. Holl, Mooney, E. Sandford, C. Car-
row, D. Brienza, Miss Fuhrmann, advisor, D. XVismer,
T. Jahos, L. Czyzcwski, L. Bartus, j. XVilliamson. Second
Row: E. Wenzel, J. Graser, Kane, M. VVright, K.
McGuigan, R. Eddy, D. Higgins, M. Fine, E. Kelly,
L. Rasirnowicz, M. Diksa, B. Gauck. Third Row: L.
Dix, L. Ellis, L. Denny, J. Aller, G. Grogan, C. NVool-
ston, N. Clark, N. Trott, S. Faherty, J. Cartlidge, S.
Benck, L. Hutchinson, J. French.
President ....... Doris Wigmey 'TO DEVELOP self expression and teamwork
Vice-President Dolores Brienza fhrOUgl1 worthwhile Pf0iCCfS WhiCh
Secretary ,,,,, ,,,,,, I M Thalia Jahos encourage an interest in our Latin
Treasurer , . . ,,......,... Clodagh Carrow AUICHCHI1 U6ighb0fS-
Advisor , . . . . , Miss Elizabeth Fuhrmann
j30tr011z Row: M. Devine, L. Hopkins, N. Vorbach, S. Carter. Second
Row: Mr. YVassell, advisor, A. Harris.
TO CREATE string players from be-
ginners in order to have
them ready to play in the
school orchestra hy the
beginning of the second
Bottom Row: F. Petrino, J. Companick, G. Mikutowicz,
S, Dobron, XV. Lustig, J. Popkin, M. VVineberg, R. Stod-
dart, J. Blumbcrg. Second Row: D. Nahoun, H. Schach-
TO PROVIDE a meeting place for the collectors
of stamps, have discussions, and hold
Bottom Row: B. Ostroff, D. Relles, J. Cohen, S. Berger.
Second Row: D. XfVoodvvard, VV. Sewell.
ter, A. Cohen, A. Harris, J. Bronner, J. Skwara, A. Kres-
lins, P. Miller, L. Millas, R. Graham.
Treasurer - - -
--- Wayne Lustig
-- .... .-- Steve Bobron
-- -- George Mikutowicz
------- Jerome Popkin
Dr. Joseph Hoffman
TO DEVELOP the vocabularies of the members
Bottom Rofw: E. Shaffer, J. Yaszczemski, M. Hedin, A. Row: C. Zabitosky, J. Silvers, J. Mochnaly, J. Goeke,
Hallmark, V. Whenry, C. Colligan, G. Silvers. Second C. Smith, S. Young, D. Burgess.
President ...... .... D orothy Gidusko
Vice-President --- --- Anne Hallmark
Secretary .... .... V anora Whenry
Treasurer --- -- Judith Yaszczemski
Advisor -- -- Miss Verna Luscher
TO WORK for a stronger world government
on a central government basis.
President ....... --- Margaret Manzer
Vice-President -- .... Virginia Byrd
Secretary .... --- Leonard Orland
Treasurer --- ..... Marilyn Pitasky
Advisor --- --- Mr. Lloyd Williams
TO LEARN how to care for Various pets and
find homes for stray animals.
Bottom Row: R. Entin, V. Byrd, M. Manzer, M. Rosen-
thal, M. Cribbs. Second Row: A. Berrien, XV. Lustig, H.
Lavinc, J. Udris, M. Lewis, A. XVeintr0b.
TO SET up and maintain in opera-
tion the public address sys-
tem and Elm and Hlm strip
equipment used by every
department in the school.
Co-Captain .,..4. Arthur Lawinthal
Co-Captain ......,, Edward Ristow
Advisor . . . . . Miss Sarah Christie
Advisor . . . , , , Mr. Bernard Forer
Bottom Row: H. Scarborough, A. Lavinthal, E. Ristow, T. Armitage
Mr. Forer, advisor. Second Rofw: Miss Christie, advisor, Prince, P
Landauer, J. Collinson, K. Golden, J. Downing, R. Brenner.
TO FURTHER an interest in mathematics. P1'CSidCr1t ...... .. . Alfred Berrien
Vice-President . , . . Marilyn Rosenthal
Secretary ...,. , , , Marilyn Fitzgeorge
Treasurer ..,, ....,... A flartin Louis
Advisor . . , . . Mr. Harold Hallman
Bottom Row: M. Fitzgeorge, M. Rosenthal, A. Berrien, R. Rhoads, A. XVeintrob, H Gildea, H. Vine, A. Forcr
M. Louis, j. Forrester. Second Row: R. Krosnick, j. S.Pestlca,Mr.Halln1ann,advi5Of.
Fitzgeorge, R. Rubin, R. Albert, I, Byer. Third Row:
TO ENCOURAGE participation in
the art of radio communi-
President ...... . , . Russell Phipps
Vice-President ....i Frank Thoburn
Secretary-Treasurer . . . joseph Black
Advisor ........ Mr. Carl Dannerth
Bottom Row: P. Braccio, R. Bethes. Second Row: j. Black, R. Brenner,
F Thoburn, J. Aring. Third Row: Mr. Dannerth, advisor, R. Lenzer,
S Conte, R. Phipps.
President ...... , . . Katherine Barwis
Vice-President . . . . . , Elyse Wenzel
Secretary .... .... N 'irginia French
Treasurer . . . ,..,...... joan Greco
Advisor . . . . , . Mr. William Walker
Bottom Row: J. French, J. Traniontana, D. Updike,
N. Pullcn, J. Cartlidge, V. Suntato, M. Hvizdock, G.
Higgins, J. Bohlinger, J. Aller, S. Benck, S. Faraday,
C. Carrow, V. Stout. Second Row: G. Calderone, J.
Collins, V. Sampson, D. Snyder, L. Di Giovacchino,
M. Staudcnmayer, J. Greco, E. Wenzel, K. Barwis,
V. French, N. Birks, J. Stout, R. Cellini, H. Medoif,
B. Golob, Greenwald, M. Hayfer. Third Row: V.
Neeld, M. Heath, N. Argese, E. Van Ek, J. Kyle,
TO DO different types of Red Cross work and
direct the annual Red Cross Drive for
E. Eddy, M. Sclzer, 1. Bailey, E. Sandford, L. Czyzew-
ski, J. Williamson, M. Martin, E. Kratzer, A. Darragh,
M. Darragh. Fourth Rofw: B. Gauck, M. Wright, C.
Li Vecchi, R. Bruno, R. Eddy, L. Brewer, R. Brady,
D. Held, E. Kleiner, B. Hutchinson, D. Johnson, J.
Davis, M. Sholin, J. MacNeil. Fifth Row: C. Woolston,
N. Trott, N. Clark, L. Denny, J. Plumeri, M. Witmer,
P. Wilkes, S. Toleno, j. Cooper, D. Higgins, L. Ellis,
L. Dix, S. Marlow, D. Brienza, E. Pinto, A. Feehan.
Bottom Rofw: E. VVoolverton, A. Chepik, S. Thomas, M. Sapp, J. YVarman, R. Peroni, L. Pesarini. Third Rofw: C.
Miller, D. Charnick, G. Case, M. Pitasky, E. Vegotsky. Groh, J. Thomas, M. Gedney, advisor, P. Crammer,
Second Row: B. Voscek, J. Vaccaro, R. Walachy, E. J. Tigue.
TO SERVE the school pupils with a convenient
place to buy all their necessary school
supplies and to enable the members of
their organization to gain worthwhile
experience in selling.
-- Roberta Partlow
------- Garnett Case
--- Dolores Charnick
Manager ..... -
Asst. Manager ....
Asst. Manager ....
Bookkeeper -- ........ Marian Miller
Advisor .... .... ll lr. Ward Gedney
Officers Service Corps
President ...... .-.... H erbert Senoif TO AID and serve the school in maintaining
Vice-President --- --- Joseph Ruderman order and discipline
Secretary .... ..... D elores Sadick
Treasurer -- ....... Sondra Miller
Advisor --- --- Mr. David Weisberg
Bottom Row: M. Viascoe, B. Buckley, B. Allen, M. H. Johnson, I. Kaplan, S. Pestka, J. Stout, R. Shays.
Rosen, D. Sadick, Mr, lVeisberg, advisorg S. Miller, J. Third Row: R. Urken, A. Gorden, L. Kramer. Fourth
Coleman, L. Manze, A. Fuccello, L. Brummel. Second Row: E. Napoleon, J. Ruderman, H. Young, R. Paoline,
Row: H. Senoff, A. Leftwich. G. Silverstein, C. Ballard. A. Zeigler, J. Stone.
Bottom Row: C. Battiste, D. Probst, I. Penrose, B. Wil-
cox, J. VVilliamson, Sandford, V. French, J. Creco
D. Snyder, R. Cellini, L. Czyzewski, M. Fiorello. Seo-
ond Row: N. Trott, C. Woolston, P. Robinson, D
Higgins, D. VVisrncr, L. Peterson, D. Brienza, E. Pinto,
TO HAVE each girl develop a pleasing person-
ality and learn the correct behavior for
all social affairs.
J, Bailey, J. Cooper, P. Turner. Third Row: N. Pullen,
J. Smith, G. Behn, J. Bohlinger, J. Knight, V. Stout,
J. Freeman, C. Carrow, A. Roberts, J. Tramontana, D.
Off i c e rs
President ......,.... r-- Virginia French
Vice-President ....... -- Edith Sandford
Recording Secretary ............ Joan Greco
Corresponding Secretary .... Joyce Williamson
Officers Treasurer .................. Darilyn Snyder
President ....... -..- Gilbert Moskowitz Advisor ....... --- Mrs. Margaret Dickinson
Vice-President .... -- Ronald Keenhold
Secretary ....... --- Joseph Ruderman Epsilon Theta
Treasurer --- .... Bruce Schragger
Advisor --- -- Dr. Charles Hogan T O DEVELOP socially adequate men.
Bottom Row: R. Seidel, C. Stern, B. Schragger, R. Keen- zaro, L. Manze, P, Bardos, R. Urken, J. DeVido, R.
hold, Dr. Hogan, advisor, G. Moskowitz, Ruderman, Robbins, E. Dobin.
C. Sams. Second Row: L. Rosen, K. Gravatt, C. Scoz-
TO DEVELOP the interest and abil-
ity of the members in
the reading and writing of
President ..4i,. Rose Marie Di Bella
Vice-President ,4,r4.. joan Peterson
Secretary ..,, . . . Cynthia Deitz
Treasurer . , ,.,,,.. jean MacNeil
Bottom Row: C. Sipler, J. MacNeil, R. Di Bella, J. Peterson, C. Deitz.
Second Rofwz -R. Belinsky, B. Silverman, Rivers, M. Hardwick, M. XVhite,
Mr. Bloom, advisor,
TO CONTRIBUTE to the successful stage
presentation of many school activities.
Bantam Rofwz M. Rosen, J. Apai, P. Carlisle, J. De Vido
E. Kelly, L. Haacker, D. Papier, M. Fine, S. Levy:
L. johnson, H. Bahr, A. Lawrence, D. Castaldo, H
Aaronson, L. Page. Second Row: J. Vanelli, A. Nina-
toski, XV. Spain, L. Santin, K. Dey, R. Alexander,
R. Carpenter, 1. Gibson, Mastrosimone, E. Ellis, L
Advisor . . . . . Mr. Robert Bloom
President . . , , , Harry Bahr
Vice-President ..,,. . . . , . . Lee Haacker
Secretary-Treasurer ,,......,.. Jack De Vido
Advisor ,......,,..., . . . Mr. Reynold Strunk
Crivelli, L. Morreale. Third Row: L. Merlin, T. Przy-
bylo, R. Hammerstone, S. Rosen, P. Fiori, R. Sine,
N. Sanders, T. VVhitley, Csogi, R. Sliwa, P. Regan,
F. Thoburn, S. Choromanski, N. Major, O. Brandt,
TO DISTRIBUTE books and school
supplies to all the teachers
and maintain the records
of all supplies.
Bottom Row: G. Bezek, A. Crea, W. Bowen, M. La Fisca, Martel.
Second Row: T. Zola, J. Rogie, N. Korsak.
Cfficers SWINQ Band
Leader .,.,.,.,,. .,,....,... R obert Hall TO FURNISH dance music during lunch pe-
Assistant Leader . ........... Martin Gardner riods and for many of our school
Advisor .......,, .... IX lr. L. Rogene Borgen dances.
Bottom Row: A. Guidotti, D. Cowell, G. Nemcth, Krisanda, A. Spera, L. Rosen, H. Madole, D. Pettit,
M. Gandolfo, R. Hall, M. Gardner, E. Schenck, R. A. Castor, J. Elias.
Shapiro. Second Row: V. Silvestro, A. Musciente, R.
Bottom Row: A. Darragh, M. Darragh, L. Bartus, D.
Snyder, D. Probst, N. Birks, S. Toleno, S. Eddy. Second
Rofw: N. Clark, S. Nutt, B. Carter, A. Benjamin,
TO SERVE as ushers at school activities given
in the auditorium.
President ...... ...... J oan Krecicki
Vice-President --- .............. John Apai
--- Mary Anne Marocco
-- George Seabridge
--- Mr. Bernard Forer
Treasurer - - -
Bottom Row: A. Austin, E. Van Ek, P. Harbourt, J.
Krecicki, Mr. Forer, advisor, M. Marocco, G. Bunn, D,
Bertles. Second Row: A. Robibero, R. Brenner, R.
Campo, L. Conover, Apai, D. Apai, T. Esser. H.
Everett, P. Clayton, M. Diksa, B. Carver. Third Row: L.
Hutchinson, N. Pullen, J. Bohlinger, J. Cartlidge, N.
Trott, J. Greco.
Co-Chairman ..... --- Darilyn Snyder
Co-Chairman ....... --- --- Dorothy Probst
Secretary-Treasurer .......... Loretta Bartus
Advisor -.....-..... Mrs. Margaret Dickinson
TO FOSTER interest in all phases of
Rackison, J. VVa'lters. Third Row: P. Cascone, R. Jaku-
bowski, C. Di Franco, G. Seabridge, T. Haltmeyer, W.
Gernhardt, E. Jakubowski.
Bottom Row: S. Smith, N. Rich, M. Moore, J. Colligan,
H. Damman, E. Carleton, M. Wariier. R. Brady. Second
Row: Tramontana, J. Moore, S. Hartshorn, C. Colli-
gan, M. Wright, J. Thatcher, L. Brewer, A. Darragh.
TO PARTICIPATE in many projects of
the Y. W. C. A.
Business Manager ---
Layout Managers ---
--- Sandra Levy
---A Kay Heath,
Circulation Managers --- -- Delores Sadick
Distributing Managers ...... Barbara Holzman
Estelle Burke Barbara Stiefbold
Bottom Row: E. Burke, J. Berk, R. Kaplan, J. Cohen,
S. Csercsevits, J. Kaploxv, J. Turk, J. Di Marco, J.
Greenwald. Second Row: V. VValsh, B. Stiefbold, A.
Roberts, G. Di Marco, Mr. Kostar, advisory S. Levy,
B. Holzman, D. Sadick, R. Adams, K. Heath. Third
Row: li. Di Matteo, M. Ginsburg, I. Diamond, Mac-
S. VVilkinson, M. Darragh. Third Rofw: J. Kyle, G. Scoz-
zari, VV. D'Ambrosio, D. Smith, E. Ulivieri, E. Van Ek,
A. Dumas, B. Carver, F. Layden.
Mail Manager --- ........ Gloria Di Marco
--- Mr. VVilliam Kostar
President ...... --- Helen Damman
Vice-President -- .... Edith Carleton
Secretary .... --- Mary Ann Moore
Treasurer --- --- Jacqueline Colligan
Advisor --- --- ..... Miss Attilia Bixler
TO MANAGE all the business activities
of The Spectator, our school newspaper.
Neil, R. Ziolkowski, R. Lieberman, C. Di Martino, R.
Perlingiero, S. Schwartzman, B. Golob, M. Kostinas, A.
Moglia. Fourth Row: J. Grundahl, L. Hutchinson, A.
Mount, R. Rubin, H. Rochestie, R. Stoddart, I. Byer,
D. Harper, J. Glickman, VV. Bloomberg.
Bottom Row: E. Nelson, G. Scott, J. Thompson, K
Harris, Mr. Alito, advisor, G. Olin, D. Rogoff, Mr
Gordon, advisor, R. Kaplan, R. Bernstein, B. Singer
J. Greenwald. Second Row: B. Goolsby, S. Johnson,
M. Lore, B. Krans, J. Walsh, M. Ziegler, L. Buch,
R. Jackson, R. Etin, I. Levin, B. Golob, R. Terry
J. Grugi, V. Garrasi. Third Row: D. Relles, R. Rosen-
thal, R. Wilson, S. Young, M. Wilson, T. Trotman
O. Armstrong, E. Morrison, B. Powell, S. Eppolito
R. Di Natale, R. Harker, S. Introligator, E. Bellin.
Can you begin to imagine what the cafeteria
would have looked like without Mr. Alito, Mr.
Gordon, and the members of the Cafeteria Corps?
This year a -large group of students interested
in maintaining order in the cafeteria give much
time for this purpose. They served at scattered
posts throughout the cafeteria. Half of the corps
was on duty during the first lunch period and
the other half served during the second lunch
One of their duties was seeing that pupils
returned their trays and placed their refuse in
the receptacles provided. Another important duty
was helping to maintain discipline in the cafe-
teria. By their presence, the members of the
Cafeteria Corps helped each citizen of our school
community to remember that good eating habits
are essential in order to maintain an orderly estab-
lishment of 3000 pupils. Visitors from other
schools were often impressed by the orderliness
and cleanliness of our cafeteria.
Captain ..... .,.. D oris Rogoff
Lieutenant .... ....... G ayle Olin
Advisor , . . ..... Mr. Samuel Alito
Advisor . . , . . . Mr. B. Barry Gordon
Bottom Row: R. Brady, D. Held, M. Wright, J. Davis,
M, Diksa, S. Toleno, H. Damman, E. Sandford, J
Williamson, B. Carver, Carleton, P. Philips, R. Ziol-
kowski, J. Golden, Mr. Link. Second Rofw: L. Brewer,
J. Thatcher, A. Polly, S. Nutt, C. Kennedy, H. Huff-
man, J. Bender, P. Harbourt, A. Feehan, C. Dileo, D
Girls' Athletic Association
The Girls, Athletic Association, sponsored
by Mrs. Quick, was organized in 1936. This is
an organization composed of girls who are in-
terested in leading an active outdoor life. All the
members of this club did their work outside of
school. The main objective of this club is to
have each member earn a letter "TH,
The girls Went on hikes, bike rides, and
played outdoor sports, individually receiving a
certain number of points for each activity. All
the points were recorded, and after a girl had
received 1000 points, she earned her UT".
It usually takes all three years for a member
to earn enough points for a letter. This organi-
zation has played an important part in encourag-
ing the girls to take part in more outdoor Work.
Drobnak, P. Kennedy, J. Nosnitsky, J. Geiger. Third
Row: B. Goldberg, A. Pierce, B. Hess, B. La Rue, G.
Higgins, Colligan, S. Neuls, T. Jahos, M. Schiffman,
j. Ellison, G. Rupell, J. Davis, M. Britton, G. Di Luc-
President ...... .... E dith Sanford
Vice-President --- .... Joyce Williamson
Advisor ........ -- Mrs. Isabelle Quick
The members of the Girls, Leaders Corps,
composed of the leaders of the various gym
classes, sought mainly to develop sportsmanship
and co-operation among themselves and other
students. About fifteen years ago the organiza-
tion started out with only a very few members.
Now, ,under the sponsorship of Mrs. Quick, it
is one of the largest groups in the school.
They met during homeroom period once a
week for the purpose of discussing various pro-
blems concerning physical education and mak-
ing suggestions for possible improvements of the
program. All the girls in this group were trained
to be better leaders. Each leader received a cer-
tain number of points, based on her ability to
lead a group. After reaching a certain high level
of leadership, she received a leader's gray gym
suit. This distinguished her from all the others,
who Wore blue suits.
She still had the opportunity to go higher
and get stripes and then a letter. After receiving
all these honors, a leader really had the right to
feel proud of herself.
This organization Was very helpful in creat-
ing a sense of leadership and developing co-op-
eration among the girls, not only in their gym
classes, but also outside of school.
Bottom Row: S. Drezner, Fiori, D. Bernstein, D. Kraft,
C. Schon, M. Dileo, V. Ricasoli, G. Di Marco, P
Butcher, J. Greco, S. Neuls, E. Sandford, Williamson,
J. Nosnitsky, M. Rotondo, R. Corvo, M. Smith, S.
Toleno, D. Maneine, D. Probst. Second Row: H. Vartas
M. Brechtel, N. Trott, P. Robinson, S. Faherty, S. Benek,
P. Leftwich, M. Moore, G. Spitz, F. Santilli, E. Kleiner,
C. Smith, P. Clayton, F. Layden, Cooper, J. Black,
B. Cohen, C. Grove, S. Smith, G. Behn, J. Hayward,
Girls' Leaders Corps
President ...-... --- Shirley Neuls
Vice-President --- .... ...... J oan Greco
Secretary ....... .......... E dith Sandford
Treasurer .... - ....... Joyce Williamson
Advisor ............. .... M rs. Isabelle Quick
J. Griggs. Third Row: V. Stout, S. Burkus, G. Donag-
hue, S. Hartshorn, G. Dorsett, V. Ford, D. Tvvarkusky
M. VVright, R. Brady, D. Held, M. Hurley, M. Lore, J
Davis, P. Rackovvski, L. Bodnar, J. Thatcher, L. Rasi-
mowiez, J. Jaeger, D. Bertles. Fourth Row: A. Roberts
R. Mara, S. Hunt, Naylor, D. Savko, Cartlidge
V. Neeld, G. Grogan, T. Jahos, D. lVismer, C. Carrow
D. Roehner, G. Barbiero, J. Ellison, P. Guthrie, B
Cohen, E. Noehumson, M. O'Toole, N. Rich.
Composed of the presidents of every home-
room in Trenton Central High School, the Pres-
identis Council met to discuss school rulings and
the various activities and problems which oc-
curred during the course of the school year.
Throughout the year this organization was
sponsored and guided by Mr. Walker, the vice-
principal in charge of extra-curricular activity.
The members of this group reported to the stu-
dents of each homeroom the results of their dis-
This organization was actually a student pro-
ject organized for the purpose of making the
school function smoothly and properly. It was
very democratic because everyone had the
chance to voice his own opinion, whatever it was
and through the Council the students expressed
themselves in their own personal manner. One
very important function of the President's Coun-
cil was to try to improve the school spirit of
T.H.S. by urging the members to encourage
more students to attend the school's athletic
events. All in all, the President's Council played
a great role in uniting all the homerooms thus
promoting more unity among the students, for
in union there is strength.
President ....... --- Ronald Keenhold
Vice-President --- ..... Alphonse Pone
Secretary ...... ....... S hirley Neuls
Advisor .... --- Mr. William Walker
Bottom Row: R. Polizzi, B. Cohen, G. Pilla, D. Van-
nozi, Sandford, C. Timlns, M. Bossio, M. VVright, A.
Solomon, J. Whiteman, R. Di Mattia, S. Toleno, J. Zoda,
G. Newcomb, J. German, Petrino, R. Badessa. Second
Row: R. Rainer, M. Bruno, I. Tagliafcrri, D. Bookholdt,
K. Sindora, P. Capone, N. Knowles, R. Anthony,
Marion, A. Danka, E. Auletta, S. Neuls, D. Wismer,
J. Greco, V. Cox. Third Row: R. Friedman, R. White-
head, R. Stoner, VV. Fuller, F. Pieslak, D. Hutchinson,
R. Matte, J. Bennett, N. Di Guiseppe, J. Heymann, R.
Lewis, J. Carter, M. Angelini, D. Twarkusky, Fourth
Row: R. Wheeler, P. Bardos, A. Huddy, G. Neely, H.
Senoff, R. Robbins, C. Ballard, J. Ungarini, P. Lashutka,
Burrow Row: Klr. Cywinski, advisor, K. Barwis, V.
lfrcneh, D. Brienza. Second Row: K. McGuigan, S. To-
lcno, A. Chiacchio, J. Cohen, P. Dorsett, M. Kennedy
K. llcath, G. Case, M. Sneath, B. Silverman, L. Bronner,
L. Bartus, A. Austin, M. lVeisling, S. Csercsevits, D.
Snvder, L. Ellis, M. Sholin, D. Sadick. Third Row: L.
Dix, J. Aller, C. Dcitz, E. Burke, N. Clark, B. Hess, N.
Quill and Scroll
This group, founded in 1939, is now spon-
sored by Mr. Cywinski. It is a national honorary
society for the recognition of outstanding
achievement in the field of secondary school
journalism and publication. Our chapter is known
as the VVilliam YVetzel Chapter. The members
of the Quill and Scroll Society did not put in
applications to become such. In order for any-
one to become a member he must be suggested
by his English teacher. The main purpose of the
society is to encourage the members to recognize
and develop their talents in the field of journal-
ism and publication.
Trott, J. lVood, O. Marateo, V. Stout, S. Benck, J.
Cartlidge, N. Knowles, A. Elliott, J. Mather, M. Gins-
burg, A. Roberts. Fourth Row: R. Shapiro, R. Apple, R.
Sinwich, R, Stoner, P. Cranmer, P. Bardos, L. Gater,
H. Vine, H. Simons, R. Rudlin, H. Gildea, V. johnson,
V. XValsh, R. Adams, j. French, B. Gauck, L. Denny.
President ....-.. ---
Secretary ...... ....
0 ff i c e rs
- Virginia French
- - - - - - Kathryn Barwis
----------- Alice Feehan
Franz Schubert ---
Mitzi Kranz .......
Baron Schober .............. Gerald Mosley
Bellabruna, Opera Diva ....
--- Toba Lefkowitz
Audrey Mae Evans
Mr. Isranz ............ --- Roger Van Sant
Kuppelweiser --- -- Wayne Edwards
V on Schwind ..... ..... J ohn Constance
Yogl, Opera Singer
Kitzi Kranz .....
F ritzi Kranz ....
Mrs. Kranz ---
Flower Girl --
--- Kathie Barwis
--- Edythe Saville
--- Emil Bobik
---- Alfred Cala
--- Cathy Adams
--- Patti Notarian
Comzfercloclewise: Mr. Kranz assures Mrs. Kranz that,
nQi H ' ' ,7 l
everything is under control . . , The Ballet provides
the entertainment at Kitzi and Fritzi's wedding . . .
Franz screnades Mitzi with 'Tell Me Daisy" . . . Happy
ending for all but Schubert.
1 V- ,,.. . ww
Sigmund Romberg's "Blossom Time", the
story of Franz Schubert's life, was presented at
Trenton High's auditorium on December 7 and
Franz falls in love with Mitzi Kranz, but is
too shy to make this known to her. Mitzi thinks
highly of him, but is turned against him when
she mistakenly thinks that the opera diva, Bella-
bruna, is talking about Franz when in reality the
diva is discussing Baron Von Schober.
Mitzi falls in love with Baron Von Schober
and then learns the truth about Schubert. She
oifers to go back to him, but he refuses, since
he knows she really loves Von Schober.
Clockwise: A cafe scene . . . Mitzi, one of the three
sisters, sings their song, "Mitzi, Kitzi and Fritzi" . . .
At the finale the entire cast sings the 'Song of Love".
Bottom Row: J. Fiori, B. Rothamel, P. Notarian, M
Weisling, D. Hall, C. Kunkely, Kreidler, H. Damman.
Second Row: H. Wantner, A. Elliott, D. Rogoff, N
Byrnes, J. Colligan, M. Sneath, G. Higgins, B. Gauck,
The Bobfzshela class is one of the senior
English honors classes in Trenton High
School. Its members do the regular English
work while compiling the yearbook.
After the theme was selected, Mr. Lou Bue
divided the staff into several groups of spe-
cial interests. These committees Worked on the
various sections such as faculty, seniors, sports,
etc. Their work during the year culminated
in the 1952 Bobaslaelrz.
Third Raw: G. Behn, T. Sista, L. Conover, B. Royal,
J. Rorro, V. johnson, J. Greco, M. Hunt, Mr. Lo Bue,
Executive Editor --
Associate Editors --
Chief Copy Editor --
Asst. Managing Editors
Girls' Sports Editors -
Managing Editor .....
Boys' Sports Editor --
Photogrpahy Editor --
------..------ Val Johnson
--,-- Marianne Sncath
--- Marjorie VVeisling
---- Barbara Gauck
----- Helen Darnman
-- .... Jacqueline Colligan
------ John Devlin
---- joan Greco
---- Louis Conover
Bottom Row: E. XVcnzel, A. Fcehan, D. Snyder, H. R0-w: Mr. Ciccolella, advisor, L. Bartus, Prall, D.
Blumgold, N. Birks, J. Aller. Second Row: C. Stern, K. Palazzo, L. Bronner.
Barwis, V. French, J. Lewis, E. Pitt, C. Deitz. Third
Asst. Editor ....
Sports Editor .....
Picture Editor tv-
Copy Editors --
Page Editors --
---- joan Lewis
------- Elena Pitt
---------- Carl Stern
Cynthia O. Deitz
---- Hilda. Blumgold
--- Kathie Barwis
---- Alice Feehan
------ John Apai
One of the most important English classes
in Trenton High School is the Spectator class.
lt has the responsibility of publishing the
school newspaper, The Spectator.
Under the expert leadership of Mr. Ciccolel-
la, the school paper has continued to maintain
the All-American title which was first cap-
tured in 1945 in the National Scholastic Press
Bottom Row: S. Blundcn, M. NVarner, Mr. Foss, advisorg ing. S. VVilson, J. Smith. Third Row: P. Sargiotto, C.
S. Osterstuck, D. Larkin, R. jackson. Second Row: B. Byard, C. Scozzaro, M. Persi, R. Kuniewicz, E. Dobin,
Kelly, S. Warner, M. D'Ambrosio, C. Langer, B. Flem- VV. Bohus, C. Hallmark.
Since 1934, with a few exceptions, the
Lnzzrente, our magazine for creative Writing,
has been published annually. The responsibil-
ity for the publication was assumed by a stalf
composed of eleventh-grade honors English
students under the guidance of Mr Foss
The magazine IS composed of the best
poems short stories and essays Written by the
students of T1 enton H10h and collected and
edited by the LflZl76ZZZf6 staff.
Top: This committee is at work editing some material
they have accepted for the 1952 Laureate.
Bottom: These students are scanning Verse in preparation
for their evaluation of all the poetry which Was sub
mitted to the Laureate.
Bottom Row: M. Kennedy, E. Hess, B. Ostroff, J. Elli- T. Garsky, P. Cranmer, A. Drake, W. Quackenboss, R.
son, E. Cain, Second Row: B. Holzman, G. Case, P. Uzleber.
Lewis, D. Charniek. Third Row: Mr. Cywinski, advisor,
The Press staff is an organized twelfth-
grade honors English class. It is open to both
secretarial and college preparatory students
who have an interest in obtaining knowledge
and skill in the field of journalism.
Under the leadership of Mr. Cywinski,
who checked and supervised their stories, the
Press staff was responsible for providing news
and feature releases for the local press to
further interest in our school and its activities.
Top: These boys are studying the layout of the front
page of the New York Times in order to get some ideas
Bottom: The girls are busy identifying a picture to be
used in a feature release concerning the annual operetta,
A few students in one of Mr. Manzer's chem-
istry classes are demonstrating some of the Work
they do in class. ln these classes the academic stu-
dents study the technical and theoretical aspects
At least once a week the students go to "lab"
where they conduct many experiments under the
able direction of their teachers.
A group of Miss Christieis students have
gathered to look up something in one of the
reference works found in the library.
At T.H.S. the sophomores have the privilege
of taking a half year reading course in the li-
brary. ln this course they read poetry, fiction,
prose non-fiction, short stories, and plays. They
spend a certain amount of time on each unit.
This course enables them to get familiar with
the kind of literature they will study when they
are juniors and seniors.
Deep in the recesses of the "C" building many
students are at work studying the sciences. Those
who study biology find it very interesting and
revealing, for it is the study of all living things,
from the simplest cell right up to the most com-
plicated group of organs, the human body.
This picture shows some of Mr. Creasy's stu-
dents learning how to use the microscope. Usual-
ly this type of activity is followed by the Well-
known Creasy discussion period in which the
students pool their scientific findings and do some
The Bobasloela, the T.H.S. yearbook, is cre-
ated by a senior English class under the direction
of Mr. Lo Bue.
Here we see a few of the department heads
having a conference in order to plan the next
step on the publication time table. All the plan-
ning. writing, typing and editing was done by a
staff of twenty-eight seniors.
If a blinding flash of light is seen piercing the
stillness of the back corridor of the C building,
it is coming from the electronics research lab-
oratory, run by the popular and youthful science
teacher, Mr. Bootherstone.
This course has been in existence in Trenton
High for only three years, but it has gained in
popularity. All serious students of physics try to
get this theoretical background in electronics
before leaving for college.
Can't you smell the ink as you look at this
picture? A lot of school Work is done in this
shop during the course of a year. All "Sport
Nitew, operetta, and senior play programs are
printed in Mr. Vroom's shop. Thousands of spe-
cial forms for the school and hundreds of posters
are created and printed.
In addition, Mr. V room's students receive in-
structions in all the many phases of commercial
printing. He teaches his boys all the tricks of the
A new machine has been added to the lan-
guage department. It is a wire recorder which has
been put to very good use in Mr. Borgia's Italian
and Spanish classes.
Students recite into the microphone and then
the recording is played back. ln this way the
student can hear his ovvn voice and improve his
pronunciation under the teacher's expert gui-
dance. The Wire recorder is also useful for the
language club activities.
W'hen you sec a hoodles jalopy roaring out
into Greenwood Avenue, you can be almost cer-
tain it was put together in the Trenton High
auto shop. Klr. Schielke teaches his pupils the
involved mechanism of the automobile and how
to care for it.
In many instances the cars that the students
work on are owned by the boys themselves. Here
we see the boys changing a Model A Ford bat-
tery. Mr. Schiellce gives a well-rounded course in
the theoretical and practical aspects of automo-
Handicrafts have their place in T.H.S. Here
we find a few students of Mr. Siegfried's class
learning how to work with leather. They also
work with metals, plastics and create original
Those students taking the Art curriculum
learn the basic principles of designing, architec-
ture and drawing and also obtain many hints for
future vocational use.
Under the supervision of Mr. Doolan, the
machine shop students are gaining valuable in-
formation and experience in working with all
types of industrial machines. All the boys in the
machine shop make different kinds of tools and
do precision work in machine work.
The boys are very fortunate in having for
their teacher a highly skilled machinist who has
the knack for imparting his knowledge to all who
are willing to learn.
This course if offered to the students ot
T.H.S. in order to help solve the motor vehicle
accident problems of New jersey.
Mr. june, the proctor of this course, teaches
the students the fundamentals of driving and eX-
plains the mistakes of the people who become
involved in accidents. His motto is: '4Be careful
When you smell the odors emanating from the
corridor near the boys' gym, you know that one
of the cooking classes of Miss Van Natta is at
work preparing some delicious food.
The students learn how to prepare nourishing
meals, and the best balanced combinations. They
also eat what they cook. And they call that Work!
Do you readily go off on a tangent? Are you
sometimes at log-gerheads with your mathematics
teachers? Can you square a circle, subtend an
arc, trisect an angle?
Well Mr. Hallman's students can do all of
these things. Moreover, they like mathematics,
the rigid, logical exercises of the mind. Why?
Part of the reason is this: Mr. Hallrnan's person-
The health instructional program of our
school is one of great importance. Here the stu-
dents learn the rules of good health and personal
hygiene. They discuss the different organs of the
body and their functions.
By means of charts, films, and film strips,
the health teachers try to impress upon the stu-
dents the importance of clean, healthful living.
Here we see Miss Groom explaining a chart
to a group of students.
Here We see a group of Hr. Diamond's stu-
dents getting ready to perform the classic physics
experiments of creating a Vacuum in a bell jar
by removing the air with a Vacuum pump.
Hr. Diamond is perennially popular because
he makes physics vivid and easy to understand.
He also has a wonderful sense of humor.
Pictured are some of the members of a junior
English Spectator class. Here students learn the
correct usage of the English language, and en-
gage in journalistic research. They are respon-
sible for many of the articles published in our
school paper, The Spectator.
As they grow in experience these students be-
come eligible for membership in the senior Spec-
tator class which is responsible for the publica-
tion of the school paper.
At noontime when everyone is eating lunch
and taking it easy, the student salesmen in the
school store are at work selling pencils, paper,
and all the other materials needed at school. With
the supervision of Mr. Gedney, the members of
the school store gain worthwhile experience in
selling and prepare themselves for future voca-
HI feel sick? Well then, go to the nurse's of-
fice and see Miss Bowyer. She will take your
temperature, give you an aspirin or let you lie
down in her nice soft couch. She has lots of
bandaids, bandages and ointments. She also has
lots of patients.
But once in a while she sends you back to
class. That means that you're not so sick as you
think. You can't fool Miss Bowyer!
Have you ever walked down the hall at 2: 35 ,
and seen about ten boys and girls standing around
one big locker? The girls are probably trying
to get their books assorted while their boy friends
You can find everything but the kitchen sink
hanging on the doors. You see pictures, mirrors,
compacts, gloves, books, newspapers, etc. If this
is the way these girls keep house, they may have
trouble finding a husband.
Du UJDSP Do you understand this? If you
do, you must have been a member of Mr. Sex-
tonls Hy-speed longhand class. Mr. Sexton is the
inventor of this method of longhand and is the
author of a text book and companion workbook
which are being used in T.H.S. and all the com-
mercial high schools of New York City.
Hy-speed longhand is a course in the com-
mercial curriculum. Students who became pro-
ficient can take dictation at the rate of 120 words
If you should happen to run into a
room in Trenton High School and find
all kinds and shapes of sharp instruments.
you will probably be in one of Nlr.
Cochran's fourth year mechanical drayv-
ing classes. The fourth year students
have considerable choice in the problems
they attempt. They may give or receive
help from other students in these original
Students planning to go to college have
an opportunity to improve their reading
ability by attending the reading clinic
once a week under the instruction of
Miss julie Barata. Reading comprehen-
sion is considered so important that most
college professors would like to see it
taught in high schools all over the
country. The clinic helps the students
immensely in preparing for the college
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Situated in a corner of the B building
is Miss Dillon's drama I Class. A feyv of
the students are pictured here rehearsing
a radio program called A'Thespians of
the Air," on which they are featured
over radio station VVBUD once a week.
Some of the numerous activities of the
drama class include the annual school
operetta. the senior play. as well as many
performances they give in the Commu-
If you should find yourself in a room
at Trenton High that is full of the cliclc-
clack of machines. you yvill probably he
in Mrs. Peitzman's business machines
class. Many different maltcs of machines
can be found run both hand and by
electricity. The school yvcelq is divided
bv letting one half of the class use the
calculating machines txvo days. xvhilc the
other half uses the booltlceeping and
A smell of good things to eat and a inad rush
of students lead us to the cafeteria where a great
part of our student body buys its lunch from
three counters such as this one. The women,
under the supervision of a dietitian, serve well-
balanced meals to theni everyday. These women
are on the job day by day, preparing good food
for the students of T.H.S.
lf during your travels around Trenton High
you find yourself in a rooin with Hood lights,
cameras, and stools, you will be in the photog-
raphy laboratory. This "lab" is under the direc-
tion of Hr. Forer who is in charge of all pho-
tography in Trenton High. ln this room photos
are taken that are used to advertise various
school activities and for the school paper and the
Here is a typical scene from Miss Dillon's
Drama I Class. We ind a group of her students
practicing a scene from a play. Behind the players
are various exhibits made during the year. Also
in the background are some posters advertising
plays of previous years. The students themselves
made these posters and projects.
This year one of Mrs. lfleanor Floods English
classes competed in a nation-wide letter writing
contest. These two students, Elsie Nelson, and
Pat Schinkel, were lucky enough to win third
and fourth prizes respectively. Elsie received S100
for her nne work and Pat received 325. The
picture shows the girls as they were interviewed
by Mrs. Flood and Harry Alleva, VVBUD news
Hmmm Raw: XY. Singer, R. lliiyxvziixl. Y. Seiarrottn, Co- NY. Gmssniyer, XV. Turner, Eldridge, -I. Atkins.
Capt. Devlin, Co-Capt. R. Dauer. Suunmi Row: B. Royal,
Sophomore back Caesar Harris goes for a short gain in the Senior quarterback Bill Grassniyer is surrounded by a group of
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Bozzom Row: C. Suttcrlcy, Ii. Sokolowski. S. Sobon, j.
Strycharz, Mainzer, XV. Page, F. lidinger. Second R0-w:
R. Cetkowski, J. Strycharz, Xl. Xlasicllo, P. XValsh, R. Car-
Coach Weisberg as usual had a very successful
season. john CWimpyj Strycharz was considered,
by Mr. VVeisherg, the most improved player on the
club. john was voted to the all-state soccer team by
the N.j.S.I..-X. The team recorded a season record
of six victories, three defeats, and one tie.
Co-Captains john CXVimpy7 Strycharz and
Danny Posluszny show splendid form in head-
ing a ball.
vill, D. Posluszny. Third Row: Coach NVeisberg, F. Turek,
S. Chmiel, R. Sinwich, A. Yaros, Fennelli, Ass't. Coach
Trenton High defeated Trenton Catholic in their
two encounters this Vear. Trenton had a fine de-
fensive team, shutting out four of its ten opponents.
Daniel Poslusznv and Stanlev Chmiel were the out-
standing players throughout' the season.
.. . . . , 3 Trenton Catholic . . , O
,..3 Hamilton..,,.,..., ..0
. . . . . . l Princeton U. Frosh, . . . . . 3
I Thomas jefferson , . . 1
.. . 1 Lawrenceville . . 3
. . . . , 6 Pennington , 0
.. . . . . Z Hightstown , , , . . . 0
.. . , . . . 3 Trenton Catholic , , . . 2
., , . , . 3 Hamilton ..... . . . . . 1
I Kearny. . 4
CROSS CCL! TRY
Of the fall sports. cross country proved to be the
most successful. Led by Capt. Bill XVilson's fight-
ing spirit and the fine coaching' of Klr. Davis. the
team tasted defeat but once. The only team to de-
feat the Trenton harriers was the exceptionally
strong Thomas jefferson team.
The outstanding performers of the Trenton squad
were LeRoy Goss of the senior classg Klel Rose,
Larry Gater. Carl Cranmer of the junior classg and
Sandy Robins of the sophomore class. The team
placed in the Group IV South jersey champion-
ship and third in the "Big Six" conference meet.
Dave Breece. Ray XVheeler, and Bob Stark did a
fine job by continually pushing the Varsity members.
Bill XVilson, Mel Rose, and LeRoy Goss are rounding
the last turn.
T. H. S. .. . .20 Princeton . ... ...35
T. H. S.. . . . IO Lawrenceville , . . 37
T.H.S.... .22 B.A1.I.., .. .. 33
T. H. S., . . 17 Princeton U. Frosh .,.. 38
T. H. S.. . . . .33 Thomas Jefferson . . . .22
Big Six , 3rd Place South jersey .... 2nd Place
Borrow Row: Coach Davis, C. Cranmer, L. Goss, Capt. XV. Row: R. lVheeler, D. Brecce. R. Stark.
Wilson, kneeling. M. Rose, L. Gator, S. Robins. Second
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Co-Captains Tom Ritter and Ron Trenton High's three All-American divers
Keenhold congratulate -each other practice dives before the lfastern Interseholastic
after winning the New jersey Cham- Championship Meet.
Bob Henderson climbs out
of the pool after breaking
the Trenton High 150-yard
individual medley record.
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Bormwl Row: j. lfalcey, I". lfederico, T. Byrnes, B. Gropp, Keenhold, R, Norton, R. Preston, D. Devlin. Third Row:
R. Nlcklillan, R. Saunders, R. XVheeler, R. Lnnning. Second G. Kline, R. Hayward, D. llenderson, M. Dorn, B. Royal,
Rofw: Coach Neusehaefer, D. Breece, C. Scozzuro, C. G. ljge, J. Bronner, S. Boston, VV. Driver, R. Henderson.
Bucher, D. Hutchinson, Co-Capt. T. Ritter, Co-Capt. R.
Coach Al Neusehaefer completed his 21st year of coaching
at Trenton High by compiling another fine record. His team won
five of nine dual meets against mostly college competition. This
team also successfully defended its Eastern and State Inter-
scholastic swimming titles.
Trenton High's diving was considered by many the greatest
in the school's history. Colin CButchQ Bucher successfully de-
fended his Eastern and State crowns. Don Henderson, who won
four dual meets, placed second in the Last, and third in the State,
he also defeated the Eastern Intercollegiate diving champion in
the Trenton Times Invitation dive. Co-Captain Ron Keenhold,
who swam in the dual meets, turned to diving in the champion-
ships and placed third in the East and came within .3 of a point
of defeating Bucher in the State, to place second. Dwight Hutchi-
son, a sophomore, rounded out the divers by placing sixth and
fourth in the Eastern and State meets respectively.
Trenton's All-American relay team of Bob Hayward, Donald
Devlin, Dave Breece, and Ron Keenhold won both the Eastern
and State Championships.
Other standouts on the team were, Bob Henderson, who
clipped two seconds off the school record for the individual
medley in the Valley Forge meet. Sophomore Charles CRoclcyj
Werner showed the other teams that Trenton will have a strong
team in the years to come, as he won the State 100-yards back--
stroke championship. Co-Captain Tom Ritter, Gilbert Kline,
Steve Boston, Charles Scozzaro, and Bob McMillan also gained
places in the State meet.
T.H.S..., ...39 Alumni ......,,.. ,. ....36
T. H. S.. .. ...37 Princeton U. Frosh. . .. ....38
T. H. S.. . . . . .45 W. Philadelphia . . . . . .30
T. H. S.. . . . . .30 Lawrenceville . . . . . .45
T. H. S.. . . .... 46 Rutgers .....,. . . .29
T. H. S.. . . .... 47 Valley Forge ...... . . . 28
T. H. S.. . . . . .45 Pennsylvania Frosh . . . . . .30
T.H.S.... ,..27 Peddie ......,... .. 48
T. H. S. .......... 37 Navy Plebes . . . ,..,. . . .38
Eastern Interscholastie Championships. . . . , . lst Place
N. J. State Interscholastic Champion. . . , . .lst Place
Tap: Destined to break many scholastic records, sophomore
Charles CRockyD VVerner climbs from pool after win-
ning the State 100-yard back-stroke title.
Middle: Junior Donald Devlin is ready to start his specialty,
the 100-yard freestyle, in which he was second in the
state. He also swam on the All-American ZOO-yard free-
style relay team.
Bottom: Juniors Charles Scozzaro, Steve Boston, and Dave
Breece congratulate each other after each had won a
place in the State meet.
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man, Captain j. Fennelli, R. Campo, lf. Hall, V. NVilliams, H. Peterson.
Captain .lim Fennelli, the top scorer in the city, drives in juniors Fred Gmitter and Bob Friedman, and sopho-
for a lay-up in the first game with Hamilton. more Val XVillinms are controlling the back-board play
in the New Brunfwick game.
Trenton High's basketball team completed its season by
compiling the best T.H.S. basketball record in recent years. The
team won 16 games throughout the year. losing only 6. How-
ever, Coach Bill Baxter had trouble all season because he did not
have sufiicient reserve material.
jim Fennelli led the team in scoring, and he was also the
leading scorer in the city. Ralph Campo was also one of the lead-
ing scorers in the city. His fighting spirit and defensive work
helped win him a place on the all-city team, along with Fennelli.
Trentonls sensational sophomore, Val VVilliams, was the leading
backboard man on the team as well as a fine scoring jump-shot
artist. These talents won him a place on the second all-city team.
juniors Bob Friedman and Fred Gmitter rounded out the iron-
man starting quintet. Friedman was known more for his ine
defensive work than his scoring punch. Gmitter did a fine job
on both offensive and defensive.
Coach BaXter's reserve list consisted of Harlan CTinkj Pet-
erson, Belton Dent, and Charles Hall, all of these boys received
high praise from the coach.
After losing four of the first nine games, the team put on a
sensational streak of eight consecutive wins before losing to
Atlantic City. Trenton High surprised everyone as they snapped
back from defeats at the hands of Hamilton and Trenton Catholic
to win the second encounter with each team.
T. H. S.. . . . . 55 Lawrenceville . . . . .50
T. H. S.. . . . .66 Merchantville . . . . . .55
T.H.S.... ...72 Neptune ...,. .. 62
T. H. S.. . . . . 47 Trenton Catholic . . . . . .48
T.H.S.... ...47 Hamilton ...... .. ....56
T. H. S.. . . , .56 Asbury Park .,,. . . . .54
T. H. S.. , 60 Collingswood ...... . . .58
T. H. S. . 32 Princeton U. Frosh.. , . . . 61
T. H. S.. . . , 37 New Brunswick . . . . . .23
T. H. S.. . . . . .49 Camden ...... . . . . . 62
T. H. S.. . . ..,. 58 Perth Amboy . . . , 53
T. H. S.. . , , . .39 Collingswood . . . . . . . 36
T. H. S.. . . . . . 77 New Brunswick . . . . . .41
T. H. S.. . . , 53 Asbury Park . . . . 34
T. H. S.. . . .52 Atlantic City , . . . .47
T. H. S.. . , . .60 Perth Amboy . , . . .48
T.H.S.... ...72 Camden...... ..,48
T. H. S.. . . ..., 53 Atlantic City . . . . 61
T. H. S.. . . .... 51 Hamilton ....., . . .47
T. H. S.. . . .... 62 Trenton Catholic . 56
T. H. S.. . , . . .74 Bridgeton . . , 64
T. H. S.. . . ,.... 54 Camden ..... . , . . 68
Upper right: Captain jim lfennelli, the city's leading scorer. Middle: Ralph
Campo, outstanding set shot artist and defensive man. Lower: Val NVilliams,
sensational high scoring sophomore.
Borrow Row: Coach Tom Murphy, XV. Page, A. Alusciente,
Kelly, N. Rutolo, XV. Brown, C. Copeland, J. Gibilisco,
j. Maida, Ass't. Coach Doolan. Second Row: R. Czarnecki,
Last year Coach Tom Murphy Hnished his most
successful season as baseball coach at Trenton High.
His team compiled a sensational 13-1 record. In
10 years of coaching at Trenton High, Coach
Murphy's teams have had an overall record of 115
victories against 19 losses.
The teamls only defeat was in the second game of
the year when they lost to Hamilton 8-3. After this
loss, the team compiled 12 consecutive victories in-
cluding a thrilling 2-1, ten-inning victory over
Hamilton in their second encounter. The other
highlights of the season were the two hne victories
over Trenton Catholic. The team had the honor
joe Camarana sets himself for a pitch in the
J. Urbanski, C. XViegand, 1. Easton, P. Lashutka, D. Steel
C. Barton, 1. Camarana, L. Sykes.
of being South jersey and City Champions.
The team was led by John Easton who nnished
the season with a .400 batting average. The pitch
ing of joe Giblisco, Cecil Barton and joe Maida was
another factor in the team's great success. Othei
outstanding players on last year's squad were Crosby
Copeland, Nick Rutolo, Ed Kelly, and Paul
Returning this year to help Coach Murphy build
another great team are infielders Bill Page and TonV
Musciente. Other boys returning are john Urban
ski, and Les Sykes.
. H. S. ,..,. ... 8 Lawrenceville . . , .. . .
. H. S. .,.., .,.. 3 Hamilton .,,... , . , . , ,
. H. S. ...,. ,... 9 Thomas Jefferson ,.., . . . .
. H. S. ..... ,.,. 2 Asbury Park ,..,. . , . . ,
. H. S. ,,.., ..., 3 Trenton Catholic ..,. . . . ,
. H. S. .,.., ,.., 7 Perth Amboy ,,.,, . , . .
. H. S. ,.... .... 1 1 Collingswood . . . . . . .
.l'l.S. ,.... 7 Camden. ., .
.l'l. ,.... ,.., 1 0 Collingswood , . . , , .
. H. S. ..,,. .... 2 Hamilton . . . . , .
. H. S. ..... ..,. 1 O Asbury Park ,...,. . , . .
. I l. .,.. .... 4 Trenton Catholic .,,. . . .
. ll. ..,. ..,. 8 Perth Amboy ..... ..,. . . .
. H.S. ..,. ..,.., ..,. 1 3 Camden . , ,.,,, ,...,. . , , . ,
City Champions South jersey Champions
As the Bobaslaela went to press, the tennis team, under
Coach K. T. Murphey, who is starting his 23rd year of
coaching, was preparing for a long, tough schedule. The
team will be led by Herb Layine. who is the probable
captain of the squad. Other returning lettermen this sea-
son are Marty Louis, Juris Udris, and Donald Talley.
T.H.S. ..,. t,.. S B.M.I. ....4
T. H. S. ..,. .... 4 Asbury Park . , . . . . 5
T. H. S. .... .... O Lawrenceville . . . . . . 9
T. H. S. ..., . . . 5 Perth Amboy . . . . . , 0
T.H.S. ,.., Z Peddie ...,...,.... 7
T. H. S. ,.., . . . 7 Trenton Catholic . . . . . 2
T. H. S. ..., .... 1 Camden ,....... .,,. 4
T.H.S. .... ...4 Perth Amboy... 1
T. H. S. ,,., . . . 1 Camden ........... . . . 4
T. H. S. .... .... 8 Trenton Catholic ...... 1
Bottom Row: M. Louis, L. Schindewolf, H.
Lavine, J. Ruderman, Mgr. R. Robbins.
Second Row: Coach Murphcy, S. Pestko,
llerb Lavine is perfecting his forearm swing
Apr-il 23 .....,. B. M. 1. ....
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A. Popkin, A. Vedro, J. Glickman, T. Rob-
inson, I. Byer, S. Lubin.
Borrow Rau: XY. XVilson, XY. Duhart, J. Devlin.
L. Goss, J. Nlessineo. Seward Rota: R. Bethea, NI.
Coach Sheldon Ehringer is starting his second
year as coach of the T.H.S. "thin clads." Last year
the team managed to collect enough points to win
the Group IV South jersey Championship. He
should have even a better season this year since Co-
Captains Herb Turner and Bob Vl'ear and shot
putter Sam VVhite are the only losses from last
As the Bobfzslaellr went to press the traclqnien
were just starting their early workouts. XVillie
Sprinter XVillie lluhart and distance runner
Bill Vfilson are warming up for their respec-
Rose, C. Stinger, Y. Seiarrotta, K. Gravatt, J, Koval.
Duhart and Bob Bethea seemed to be in peak of
condition for the sprints. Larry Gater and Chris
Stinger were beginning to feel the pace for the
quarter-mile race. ln the mile Bill Wfilson. Mel Rose,
and LeRoy Goss were hghting it out for lead posi-
tion. Ken Gravatt, John Koval, and Vince Sciarrotta
will probably hold down the shotput and javelin
chores. Returning from last year's squad to do the
pole vaulting are jim Ferguson and john Devlin.
April 23 . . Princeton , Home
April 25, 26 Penn. Relays . Away
April 30 Asbury Parlc , Away
.Xlay S . , . Hamilton , . Home
.Xlay 7 . . New Brunswick . Home
Xlay 10 Long Branch Relays Away
.Xlay 13 . -lr. Chamber of Comm. Home
Xlay 21 , . B.M.l. . , , , Away
Xlay 23 Palmyra Home
Nlay 28 Conference Xleet Away
lune 7 . State Meet , . , Rutgers
GIRLS' SWIMMI G
Borrow Row: D. Manners, L. XVa.gncr, P. Turner, P. Truch,
L, Fllis, C. Smith. Second Route: G. Necld, N. Argast, N.
Trott, D. XYismer, j. Hayward, Xl. Smith, C. Salio, Coach
The Girls' Swimming Team of T.I-LS. had a very
successful season, winning 2 out of 3 meets and
expecting a fourth victory as thc I?0Imsl1Cli1 went
Despite the loss of Co-Captain Joanne Hayward,
who moved with her family to japan, Captain Doris
Wfismer led her team to victory. Carol Sabo and
Carol Smith showed good form capturing the div-
ing event each time.
The girls were coached this year by Miss Bernice
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iamin, Nl. Lessen, T. jahos, B. lless, L. llutchinson
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Hayward and Doris XVisiner after thc Lower
One of the most exciting of the fall sports is
hockey. This game stirs up much enthusiastic par-
ticipation and it ranks as one of the favorites among
the girls' sports. This exciting game consists of two
teams each trying its best to knock the hockey ball
through the goal on the opposite side.
Soccer is a typical sport of the girls' gym classes.
Much skill is required in playing the game. To
comply with the rules of soccer, no one may put
her hands upon the ball with the exception of the
goalies. It is a game in which the girls display their
good sportsmanship as well as their abilities as
Comes winter and the girls' gym classes con-
centrate much of their time and incidentally, en-
ergy, on the all-time favorite, basketball. Basketball
entails some fast and furious footwork as well as
thinking. The object, of course, is to get the ball
through the basket and thus win a point for your
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Another favorite spring game at T. H. S. is
volley ball. The girls are always ready to partici-
pate in this fast moving and exciting game. The
two teams on opposite sides of the net try to keep
the ball in the air by hitting it over the net to the
op-posing side. To start the play, the end girl in
the last row serves the ball and when a point is
made the scoring team rotates.
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Kickpin is about' the Il1OSt familiar girl's sport
in T. H. S. This game is played much like base-
ball. Kickpin is a year round sport because it can
be played indoors or out. The object of the game
is to keep the opposing team from scoring. The
scoring is made by kicking the ball and running
around the bases before the opponents can catch
the ball and throw it from base to base.
The cry of uyouire out" is a well known phrase
during soft ball season. The girls of T. H. S. are
always ready for a good, fast game of softball.
This outdoor sport provides good clean fun and
laughs to all those playing or watching it. A lot
of the girls are so enthusiastic about softball that
they play almost as well as the fellows.
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Bottom Row: Co-Captains G. Grogan, E. De Core, J. Modica, Captain J. Peroni, J. Fiori, Co-Captain J. Graser.
Second Row: D. Mancine, D. VVismer, J. Hayward, L. De Angelis, J, Kane, C. Toth.
Headed by Co-Captains Joyce Graser and Jerry
Grogan, the cheerleaders had something to cheer
about this year. Although the football team did
not do so well as was expected, the cheerleaders
still tried to keep the spirit of our boys high. Then,
when basketball season came around, the girls
traveled to all the games and our fellows gave the
girls something to cheer about.
The cheerleaderls purpose is to instill the crowd
with enthusiasm, arouse the school spirit, and lead
the well-known songs and cheers.
During Sport Nite, you will find almost all the
girl cheerleaders on Black and Red Cheers. The only
differences are the costumes and the songs the girls
sing. ln the pictures below, the Black Team Bell-
hops go through their "Shrimp Boats" routine.
VVhile on the right, the Red Cheerleaders make
their grand entrance.
Left: Black Cheers - - - Right: Red Cheers
HISTCDRY CDF SPORT ITE
Back in 1935 our principal, Dr. Paul R. Spencer, suggested
that the girls of our high school should participate in some
indoor athletic activity which would give them a chance to
display the type of work they were doing in their gym-
nasium classes. The purpose of this co-ordinated activity
would be to teach good sportsmanship and leadership. Thus
was born Sport Nite.
On the evening of April 12, 1935 at 8:15 p.m. the first
annual Sport Nite was presented in the gym at T. H. S.
for the small admission of twenty-five cents. The gym was
gaily attired with bright decorations designed and made by
various committees of the opposing team. The general chair-
man, jean Halliday, was introduced to the audience. Next
came the presentation of the captains of each team. At the
end of the eveningls performance the Red Team emerged
victorious with a 65-60 score.
The first year the show was presented to a capacity crowd
for one night only. As the years rolled by Sport Nite
became bigger and better than ever. In 1936, the show was
extended to two nightsg in 1937, three nightsg in 1945, four
nights. Since 1949. the show has been presented five nights
to capacity audiences.
Year Theme YV inning Team
1935 None ,,,,,, ----,------ R ed
1936 None .......,., ---, K .--- Red
1937 None -,---,,,,,--. ---- R ed
1938 East and West ..-.,,,,,, H, Black
1939 Nursery Rhymes
and Alice ln TVonderland .... --- Black
1940 Pageant of the Seasons .... --- Black
1941 Between the Book Ends .... --- Black
1942 Songs Old and New ..,.,,,,,,., ,,-, R ed
1943 llighlights of American History --- --- Black
BLACK -- --- 34 RED -- --- 33
1944 10th Anniversary --- ..... Tie
1945 Famous Paintings --- .... Black
1946 Fairyland Fantasy .... .... B lack
1947 Superstitions ............. --- Red
1948 Sport Nite Vignette ........ --- Red
1949 Through a Shop VVindow .... --- Red
1950 Flight 16 ................... --- Red
1951 'Llmaginc Thati' .......... --- Black
1952 All Around Town --- .... Black
Mistress of Ceremonies ---
Miss America ......
Miss Trenton High ---
--- Kathie Barwis
--- Barbara Gauck
Prelude Mary Providence
Ballet Ruth Watkins
Skating Ann Hallmark
Iilida de Core
Z: ,. .. xy
Red Modern Exercises
Red Character Dance
Black Modern Exercises
Black Character Dance
Red Tap Dance
Black Tap Dance
in L is n
Top: Red Color Guard, Rhea Krosniekg Miss America, Barbara Gauekg Black Color Guard
Middle, Left: Mistress of Ceremonies, Kathie Barwis.
Middle, Right: Red Captain, Shirley Neulsg Black Captain, Joan Greco.
Bottom: Black Captain, joan Grecog Miss America, Barbara Gauckg Miss Trenton High
Joyce XfVi11i3H1SO11g Mistress of Ceremonies, Kathie Barwisg Red Captain, Shirley Neuls.
Flag Raising Ceremony
' A,:V al i
xii? 'iii 2 . . ' i
On March 24, 1952, the traditional Flag Raising Ceremony marked the end of
the Sport Nite rivalry and the victory of the Black Team.
'Y Y W 'Y -q
We have found it impossible to label any one of our activities
as uniquely representative of the spirit of T. H. S. Our beautiful
building, our faculty, our organizations, our many curricular ac-
tivities, our sports -3 all of these are part of that indefinable force
that We call the
SPIRIT OF T. H. S.
The editors of the 1952 Bobaslaela wisn to express their sincerest appre-
ciation of the time and effort spent by Mr. Bernard Forer in solving the
many photography problems that came up during the year.
Credit should also be given to Mr. lVillard Vroom for his guidance in
our printing difhculties.
Finally, the editors wish to acknowledge their great debt to Mr. Friebis
Siegfried who so unselfislily gave his time that the Bobasliela might have
the best art work possible.
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