Union High School - Booster Yearbook (Union, NJ)

 - Class of 1946

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Marliese Esser Frances Stanley Anne Scherer Iris Krohn Jean Pistor Gertrude Krauter Smior Wfrifvzlps Mrs. Baker and Capolowitz, Advisers Jack Kern Marion Retter Norman Fischer Eileen McDowell Dorothy Zick Frances Wagner Helen Scherer Lewis Chapman Editor-in-Chief, Williana Wienkop H11 mor Mr. Maloney, Adviser 1. Lynne Waitz 2. Ruth Simmons 3. Lawrence Martin 4. Patricia Kennet 5. Betty Temple 6. Jack Lambert Selling and Disfrilmfion Miss Casale, Adviser 1. Irene Parrish 2. Lawrence Jones 3. Dolores Kem 4. Esther Schrieber S. Rudy Wadle 6. Evelyn Margot 7. Helene Hauck 8. Paula Sonntag Ads Miss Biggs, Adviser 1. Emma Tretola 2. Thelma Simonds 3. Theresa Cornacchio 4. Melvin Reis 5. Edgar Klughardt Make'-U17 Miss Feuchter, Adviser 1. Edward Roos 2. Vfilliam Wienkop 3. Wfilliam Bridgeford 4. Anthony Campesi 5. Lorraine Ashworth 6. Audrey Rothfuss 7. Carolyn Lerman 8. Ralph Birkel 9. Norman Jones 10. Jeanne Gerndt MISS DURUNG, Principal IIQCLCAQI' GATA Ffeflflifgf Ae C6171 IIGUQI' le! ufAere Lia il'I!ll!'l7C0 Afolori. ?7 Prryl' flu Mr. HASSARD, Supervising Principal MR. HERBST, Vice-Principal Page six MISS DAYTON, Dean of Girls MR. DAUBNER, Dean of Boys jdCllAg Rear row, left to right: Miss Andrus, Mrs. Krevsky, Miss Hossfelcl, Miss Dye, Miss Newlin, Miss Maurer, Mr. McHale, Mr. Ruland. Front, left to right: Miss Casale, Miss Bluhm, Miss Purcell, Miss Brophy, Mr. Clark, Dr. Shnrratt. Rear row, left to right: Mr. Davies, Mr. Maloney, Mr. Daubner, Miss W'alsh, Mrs. Baker Miss Fcuchter, Miss Kane, Miss Pinko, Mrs. Sincgra, Mr. Nicholson, Mrs. Barnes, Miss Gross Miss Denholtz. Front, left to right: Miss Mahoney, Miss Dayton, Miss Biggs, Mrs. Dcusingcr Mrs. Loehfcl, Miss Petter, Mrs. Sussman. Miss Copalowitz. 361611 Rear row, left to right: Mr. Glaser, Mr. Mente Mr. Kordys, Mr. Henry, Mr. Luke, Mr. Dow Front, left to right: Miss Miller. Mrs. Brown Miss Misowitz. Mrs. Julian, Mrs. Hart. Miss Steppe and Miss Tliome. Secretaries. Our Cafeteria Workers: Mrs. Hamilton Manngerg Mrs. Scofield, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Bryant v !A,B Llll"6!C'l'l GHC! A'1fZf0l'l-'nf W' fCLLQ Ml? fAe lCl:iL elefflflg dll 27 GRACE AHRENS "Chick" General Singer '1Music is well said to be the speech of angels." Glee Club President 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Hockey 3, 4, Basketball 15 Traffic Squad 35 Homeroom Treasur- er 25 Monitor Squad 1. LOUIS AMMIANO, JR. "Lou" Practical Arts Architectural Draftsman "The measure of a man's life is the well spending of it and not the length." Track 35 Homeroom Secretary 2. BERNICE ANDERSON "Berny" Commercial Secretary "Honest fame awaits the truly good." Basketball 1, 2, 35 Hockey 1, 2, 35 Modern Dancing 1, 25 Softball 2. CAROL BACE "Carol" General Office Work "The manifest sign of wisdom is a continual cheerfulnessf' Student Council 35 Hockey 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 25 Softball lg Mod- ern Dancing 1, 2. BETTY BAUER "Betty" General Receptionist "The mirth and fun grew fast and furious." Student Council 45 Traflic Squad 1, 2, 3g Hockey 1, 25 Basketball 1, 25 Softball 15 Foul Shooting 1. Page ten ROBERT ALLEN "Alley" College Prep Journalist "Silence may be good, and can do no harm." BESSIE JANE AMUNDSEN "Bessie" College Prep Secretary "Anything for a quiet life LORRAINE ASHWORTH "Ellie" Commercial Private Secretary "Sensible people find nothing useless." Basketball 1, 25 Hockey 1, 2, 35 Softball 1, 25 Dramatic Club 25 Modern Dancing 1, 25 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Booster Staff 45 Traiiie Squad 1, Z, 3, 45 Foul Shooting 1, 25 Band 15 Orchestra 15 Umpires' Club 25 Odds and Ends 4. ALBERT BANGE HAI., College Prep Dentist "Modesty becomes a young man." Band 1, 25 Golf 3, 4. LOUIS BENEDIK General Photographer "Character must be kept bright, as well as clean." RAYMOND BERBERICH URW.. Commercial Musician "Whatever is worth doing at all, is worth doing well." Homeroom President lg Odds and Ends 4. BARBARA BERNARDE "Babs" General Undecided "The laughter of man is the content- ment of God." Basketball 1, 2, 35 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4g Modern Dancing 2g Traffic Squad 1, 25 Foul Shooting l, 29 Hockey Manager 13 Basketball Captain 1. FRED CHARLES BETZ "Freddie" Practical Arts Undecided "In quietness and conHdence shall be your strength." Art lg Usher Squad 1, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES BLACKSMITH "Blackie" Practical Arts Draftsman "Saying is one thing, doing another." Camera Club lg Fire Squad 1. RICHARD BOHNENBERGER UGUS.. General Plumber "We would all be idle, if we could." Homeroom President 3. ERGER n ' ed " 'Twa nkin of others ma e you think of e . o eroom Secretary 45 3 ckey 35 ympires' Club 3. CHARLES BERRY "Chuck" General State Trooper "The manly part is to do with might and main what you can do." Football 35 Usher Squad 1, 2, 3, 4. RALPH BIRKEL ..RalPh.. College Prep Chemical Engineer "Step by step, the ladder is ascended." Homeroom President 4g Booster Staff 4g TraHic Squad l, 23 Band 1, 23 Orchestra 1, 2. M. OLGE BOGDA "Blondie" General Oflice Work "As the occasion, so the behavior." GLORIA BONANNO ucgloryn Commercial Secretary "Gloomy cares will be lightened by song." Student Council 1, 23 Homeroom President 3g Glee Club l, 2, 35 Dra- matic Club 2g Hockey 1, 25 Orches- tra lg Modern Dancing 1, 2. Page eleven in New 'BL . Q . -ff TCL I SEV? . Q GERAL BOROK "Genie College 5 Interior e oragr "The ideal 0 rtcsy, wit, and charm." Homeroom Treasurer -lg Basket- ball I, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2: Hockey I, 2, 3, Modern Dancing 2, 3, 4, Cafeteria Squad l, 2, Softball 2, 3, 4' Glee Club 2, 3, 49 Archery Club lg Odds and Ends 3, 4. WILLIAM M. BRIDGEFORD, JR. "Bill" College Prep Dentist "joking and humor are pleasant." Basketball 1, 2, Football 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4, Booster Staff 4. DOROTHY BROGAN "Dottie" Commercial Secretary "Speech is great, but silence is U greater. Hockey 1, 2, Modern Dancing lg Basketball l. ELLSWORTH BROWN "Ellie" General Engineer "That best of blessings, a contented mind." Usher Squad I, 2, 3, 4. RUTH BROWN "Brownie" Commercial Nurse "But what is past my help is past my care." Costume Club l. Page twelve HARRIET BRUNO "Bunny" Commercial Professional Horsewoman "A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance." ROBERTA BUOB "Bert" General Dancer "Tis never too late for delight." Student Council lg Trafhc Squad l, 2, 33 Congestion Squad 2, Hockey l, 2, Monitor Squad 1, 25 Modern Dancing 2, Softball l, 2, Foul Shoot- ing 1, 2. MICHAEL BURY "Mike" College Prep Athletic Instructor "Education is a treasure and culture never dies." Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 3, 45 Traffic Squad lg Odds and Ends 3, Usher Squad 1, 2, 3, 4. ARLENE BUTZBACH "Butzy" General Nurse "The thing that is done cannot be undonef' CHARLES WILLIAM CAMPBELL "Bill" College Prep Engineer "There is honesty, manhood, good fellowship in thee." Steering Committee 43 Football l, 2, 3, 45 Usher Squad I, 2. ANTHONY CAMPESI "Tony" General Civil Engineer "To finish his task is his one objec- tive." Football 4g Booster Staff 4g Track 4. ELISE CAVANAUGH "Lee" College Prep Teacher "lt is luxury to learn, but it is noth- ing compared with the luxury of teaching." Traiiic Squad lg Orchestra 1, 2. JOAN CLAYTON "Red" Commercial Undecided "She Hits about merrily bringing joy wherever she goes." Hockey 1, 25 Basketball 2, Um- pires' Club 4. THERESA CORNACCHIO "Tosh" Commercial Bookkeeper "Good sense and good nature are never separated." Booster Staff 4. PHYLLIS DARRAH "Phyl" General Secretary "You'll like her when you see her first, And then you'll like her more." Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Modern Dancing 2, 35 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4gTraE1c Squad 1, 2, 3. L. DEAN CASSELL "Dean" College Prep Business "Popularity is power." Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4: Golf 3, 4g Homeroom President lg Odds and Ends 2, 35 Slide Rule Club 1. LEWIS CHAPMAN "Moose" College Prep Journalism "No one but myself can be my par- allel." Co-Sports Editor of Odds and Ends 43 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball 4, Baseball 3, 45 Odds and Ends Z, 3, 43 Booster Staff 4, Slide Rule Club l. WILLIAM JOHN CLEVELAND "Bill" Practical Arts Aviation Electrical Engineer "His sincerity is always apparent." Student Council 35 Usher Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Social Committee 3, 4g Fire Squad 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, Emergency Squad 3, 45 Camera Club 3. CARLA. CURTIS "Curt" College Prep Bacteriologist "A willing way, a pleasant smile, a friend to be remembered." Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Odds and Ends 3, Odds and Ends Editorial Editor 45 Glee Club 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Modern Dancing 1, 2, 3, 4g Foul Shooting 3, 43 Um- pires' Club 2, 3, 4. LORRAINE DEAN "Irish" Commercial Secretary "She is pretty to walk with, Witty to talk with, and pleasant too, To think on." Glee Club lg Dramatic Club l. Page thirteen JOANNE DE WALD "Joanne" General Nurse "Since life is brief, we need to make it bright." Homeroom President 1, Student Council 3, Basketball 2, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, Hockey 1, 2, 4, Umpires' Club 4, Foul Shoot- ing 4, Monitor Squad lg Tramc Squad 2. CLARA HELEN DITMARS "Honey" Commercial Secretary "Her charms, her modesty conceals." Art Club 1. ANTON ECKERT HAM., Practical Arts Aeronautical Engineer "It's quality not size that counts." Track 1, Fire Squad 2, 3, 4. LORRAINE WINIFRED EDWARDS giddy., Commercial Commercial Arts 'Earnestness is the soul of endeavorf' Secretarial Club 1, Modern Danc- ing 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, TraHic Squad 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3. MARLIESE ESSER "Mollie" Commercial Private Secretary "The hand that follows intellect easily achieves." Homeroom Secretary 1, Home- room President 2, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, Student Council 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, Booster Staff 4, Odds and Ends 4, Modern Dancing 2, 3. Page fourteen L i KENNETH ROBERT DIEHL "Kenny" Practical Arts Architect "A young man with a head on his shoulders, if he uses it." Homeroom President 4, Home- room Secretary 3, Activities Council 4, Social Committee 3, Traffic Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Fire Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Emergency Squad 4, Ring Commit- tee 3, Mascot Leader 4. JOYCE EAGLES njoyn Commercial Undecided "A true friend to all who know her." Student Council 4, Twirler 3, 4, Hockey 1, 2, 4, Umpires' Club 4, Traliic Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2. vf FE AN KElf fl K s,, .Tut 'L L r Goiie ePrep Pqofessio l olifr "A gentleman a . " r denucou cil ae Colf fa UL Ba etball 1,2 ' 'pi' ,,, Kfnd-Lf' li xk ffm L. Ur ' JOYCE ENOS nilody.. Commercial Court Stenographer "Calm, unruffled as a placid lake." Homeroom Secretary 1, Home- room Treasurer 3, Glee Club 1, 2, Modern Dancing 1, 2, Social Com- mittee 3, 4. THOMAS EYNON "Tom" General To Travel "For every why he had a wherefore." Traflic Squad 1, Dramatic Club 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Jazz Band 3, 4. LEONA FARRELL ..Lee,, Commercial Undecided "I'll be merry and free, I'll be sad for nobody." THERESA FEO "Terry" Practical Arts Interior Decorator "A little mischief by the way, A little fun to spice the day." Homeroom President lg Home- room Treasurer 2, 3g Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2g Archery 1, 2g Softball I, 2, 3, 4. JENNIE FERRARA "Peanut" Commercial Secretary "Gentle and sweet, A maiden petite." Dramatic Club 13 Commercial Club 1. CARLTON FIELDING "Carl" General Commercial Artist "Wit and wisdom are born with a man." Homeroom Secretary 2, 4g Home- room Vice President lg Monitor Squad 1, 2. NORMAN FISCHER "Fish" Practical Arts Architect "Obliging and cheerful, Industrious, kind." Track lg Activities Council 44 Booster Staff 4g Fire Squad 1, 2, 3, 49 Traffic Squad 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT FLANNERY "Red" General Journalist "Let me have an audience." MARIE FORSTER URM.. Commercial Secretary "A chic appearance suited for the pages of Vogue." Hockey 1, 45 Modern Dancing 3: Basketball 25 Softball 4, Odds and Ends 4. THERESA FOTI "Terry" Commercial Beautician "A charming personality plus much ability equals Terry." Homeroom Treasurer 1, 2, Gym Club lg Hockey lg Foul Shooting l. MATHILDE FRANK "Blondie" Commercial Secretary "Simplicity is charm." Glee Club 1, 25 Hockey 1, 25 Bas- ketball lg Archery Ig Foul Shooting 1. WILLIAM FRIBERGER "Bill" General Undecided "Sincere with his friends, and a true student." Homeroom Secretary lg Home- room Treasurer 4, Student Council 4. Page fifteen l JU 'IX' X CHARM Fl! LING ' JQLL .-'chaf1iT '7 tl P erical I P ndecided "A man withfsqyifwtir s." 1' l, bf DOROTHY GARILIS "Dorn General Secretary "I chatter, chatter as I go." Basketball 15 Hockey 15 Foul Shooting 15 Monitor Squad 1, 2. GEORGE GAWRYLUK "Butch" Practical Arts Machinist "The man who smokes, thinks like a sage and acts like a Samaritan." Homeroom President I5 Home- room Treasurer 25 Football 1. ANN M. GEBAUER ..Ann., General Medical Assistant "The only way to have a friend is to be one." Student Council 15 Hockey 3, 45 Softball 25 Basketball 35 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Modern Dancing 2, 3. FRANCIS GENT E ll ll L97 Fran College Pr Medicine "Littl ith lots ol might" Ju Ring C?mmittee Treasur- erg nd L,' 2, , 4' etra 1' Spanish Club 25 s all Man er 2, 3, 45 Cross u ry Man er 55 Odds and E 5 Sports ditor 4. Page sixteen RONALD FROHLING "Ron" Practical Arts Undecided "Thy modesty's a candle to thy merit." WILFRED GATES "Wil" Practical Arts Journalism "He keeps the world in jolly spirits." JEAN GAY "Butch" Commercial Secretarial Work "Refined are jean's manners, And quiet her ways." Assembly Organization President 15 Dramatic Club 15 Traffic Squad 15 Art Club 1. GREGORY GEBERT ucregn College Prep Undecided "A little nonsense now and then Is relished by the wisest men." Executive Council President 4. JEANNE I... GERN "Jeanne . College Prep ecided "Softly spe d sweet m' e." I ' , Softball 5 t 5 S oting 25 Booster a 4. Ba tba ,2,3 G e b ub3, oc ,3, 5 rn a i 3 4 IS 4 F , V Q lt HAROLD GILLICK ..Red,. General Army' "He smiles with an intent to do mischief." Usher Squad I, 2. MILDRED M. GILPIN "Millie" Commercial Undecided "Capable, clever, and gayg An all-around girl in every way." Costume Club lg Softball 3. EUGENIA M. GIRRATANO "Jeanne" General Undecided "As merry as the day is long." Basketball lg Hockey 2g Modern Dancing 1, 2. OSSIE N. GODWIN "Snooks" General Nurse "She has no enemies." DOLORES E. GOEDDERT "Boots" General Telephone operator "There is a bit of old-fashionedness about her, most charming." judiciary Squad 2. ffl CHARLES GRIFFIN "Charlie" College Prep Lawyer "Give me the liberty to know, to utter, and to argue freely according to conscience, above all liberties." Student Council 2, 5, Activities Council 45 Football Manager 3, 49 Basketball Manager 3, 45 Basketball 25 Baseball 3g Usher Squad 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT GUTSCHKE ..B0b.. Practical Arts Civil Engineer "For it's always fair weather When good fellows get together." Cross Country 2. .H ,' , , t " VIRGINIA HAGUE ' , "'Girinie" ,. General 1 Physical Ed. Teacher "Short and snappy." P Student Courbcil. Ig StudenvCoun- cilPresident'Q1 Se'cretary of Activil ties Council 45 Hockey 1, 25 Basket- ball 'lf2, 45 Softball 2, 3, 45 Modern Dancing 2, 45 Umpires' Club 45 Foul Shooting 1, 2, 43 Archery lg Monitor Squad 2g Cheerleading 2, 35 Head Cheerleader 4. JAMES E. HALLE njimu College Prep Engineer "What I can't see, I never will be- lieve in." Football 5. J. WII.LIAM HALLER UBHIU General Chemist "Service is his middle name." Football 1, 4: Track lg Baseball 4. Page seventeen THELMA MARIE HANSEN "Thelm" College Prep Chemical Assistant "Cowgirl of the road." Senior Planning Committee, Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Umpires' Club 2, 3, 4, Modern Dancing 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Foul Shooting 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 4, Monitor Squad 1, 2, Odds and Ends 3, 4, Orchestra 1. CATHERINE A. HARTER ..Kay,, Commercial Undecided "The hand that hath made you fair hath made you good." Homeroom President 1, 2, Basket- ball 1, Hockey 1, 2, Modern Danc- ing 1. HELEN MARIE HATCHER "Play-toy" Practical Arts Mortician "Jolly and talkative, happy and gay-" HELENE R. HAUCK NLR.. College Prep f Teacher ..A:go S .. X110 0 resident 1, Home- r ,om ecr ry 2, Homeroom Secre- talry-Trjsfurefr , Homeroom Secre- tary 4, Glee' ub 1, 2, 3, 4, Traffic Sqaqtll 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 1, 12, , 4, Umpires' Club 2, 3, Mod- ern Dancing 1, 2, 3, Softball 3, Foul Shooting 2, 3, 4. MARGARET HELLER "Margie" College Prep Commercial Artist "Silence is deep as eternity, Speech is shallow as time." Page eighteen HELEN ELAINE HANSSEN "Elaine" General Housewife 'lPut that ring on my finger." junior Ring Committee, Basket- ball I, 2, Hockey 2, Modern Danc- ing 1, 2. PAUL EDWARD HARTMANN "Paul" College Prep Journalist "A man of action." Executive Council Secretary 3, President of Activities Council 4, Executive Member of New Jersey Association of High School Coun- cils, Fire Squad 2, Usher Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Odds and Ends 3, 4, News Editor 4. JAMES A. HATTON "jimmy" College Prep Accountant "just a big tease." Homeroom President 2, Usher Squad 1, 2, Football 3. CHARLOTTE M. HAYNES "Charlie" General Physical Ed. Teacher "A lover of all sports." Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, All State 4 fHonoraryj, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Modern Dancing l, 2, 4, Foul Shooting 1, 2, 3, 4, Um- Trafiie Squad 2. Piresf Club 3, 43 Glee Club , HAI.. Colleg Prep College " ' nd i ified." H ey 2, 4, asvketbal , ' Umpires' C , 3, 4, r Squad 1, s Club 2, e Rule Club 2. CHARLES j. HERZOG "Charlie" College Prep Manual Training Teacher "Courtesy and honor are his cloth- ing." DORIS HODGETTS z:D0rir Commercial Secretary "Blythe and merry is she." CLIFFORD R. HOLUB "Cliff" General Undecided "Ah! Give me the lamp of learning." Band 1, 2, 3. If CHRISTINA 2. HORN, I rl ' ' "Chris" , Practical Arts 'V IUndecided "A true friend tb all-wivho know her." Judiciary Sqfuad l. ROBERT B. HOUSTON unch.. Practical Arts Shop Teacher "If work interferes with pleasure, give up work." Fire Squad 1. aff FL .HI WANT ' "Fl x College Ififep Meteo ogis ala as the day is l " J Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Or tra 1, 2, , 49 Dance Band 3, 4. ELSA E. HOGLUND umsen College Prep Journalist "A quiet cloak but underneath a lighter mood." Student Council 33 Activities Council 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 49 Hockey 2, 35 Umpires' Club 2, 3, 45 Odds and Ends 3, 4, News Editor 4. JANET M. HOOS van.. College Prep Biologist "A merry heart goeth all the day." Hockey l, 2, 3, 43 All State 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Softball 3, 43 Modern Dancing 1, 2, 3, 4 fManager 355 Umpires' Club 2, 3, 45 Foul Shooting 3, 45 Glee Club 2. WALTER HORRER "Walt" General Radio and Electronics "When he has nothing to say, he keeps still." Usher Squad lg Monitor Squad 1. ELIZABETH HUENERBERG "Betsy" Commercial Housewife "Her voice is as soft as the upper air." t dent Coutnyg 43 'i1ff11 33 SbftbafI, 25 Q ask! a 1, 2, 33, U pies? lub 315 Modern Dancing!" 1. 2, 35 Dramatic Club 1,f2EVGlegf Club I. .2' - fi l ' 'i' ,,, , , I K :N . Page nineteen PHILIP N. -IAEGER "Phil" General Undecided "Pleasure before business-if any business at all." Usher Squad 1, 2, 45 Mascot Ten- der 35 Football 45 Track 4. MARILYN JOHNSON "Lynn" General Cowgirl "Laughing and giggling the whole day through, Not 21 minute is ever blue." NORMAN AIONES ",Ionesy" College Prep Physical Ed. Teacher "Thou are a fellow of good respect." Student Council 1, 2, 35 Home- room Vice President 4. PATRICIA JANE KENNET "Pat" College Prep To Enjoy Life "She playetli not mM,'ain, 1 But for sp t." l mero ecret r 35 Home- roo Pub city A i 9 45 Glee Club l, 3, 45 -5- ub Secretary 45 O s an En 45 Traffic Squad 3, 45 o ey 1 -Q. , 45 Manager of Ho lub ip s' Club 2, 3, 4 dern Q- 1, 2, 3, 45 Bas- erball , , g aptain of Basket- ball Club l, 2 Softball 2, 3, 45 All State Hockey 3, 45 Booster 45 Foul Shooting l, 2, 3, 45 Senior Planning Committeeg Monitor Squad 2. MARGARET KIERNAN ..I,eggy,. College Prep Teacher "And gentle in their manner they accomplish things in a quiet way." Hockey 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 25 Softball 2, 35 Modern Dancing 1, 25 Foul Shooting 1, 3, 45 Monitor Squad 15 Umpires' Club 2, 3. Page twenty VIVIAN ,IANNETT "Viv" College Prep Undecided "She is an artist5 we can see it in her face." Dramatic Club 1, 35 Hockey 2, 35 Odds and Ends 3, 4, Art Editor 45 Basketball 45 Art Club 1. LAWRENCE JONES "Larry" General Undecided "Never idle a moment, but thrifty and thoughtful of others." Homeroom Vice President 15 Foot- ball l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 15 Dra- matic Club 15 Visual Aid Club 15 Monitor Squad 25 Booster 45 Novice Wrestling 3. DOLORES KEM "Dolor" College Prep Buyer "Laugh and be merry, for better is the world with a song." Glee Club 45 Odds and Ends 45 Traflic Squad 45 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 45 Umpires' Club 2, 3, 45 Modern Dancing 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Softball 2, 3, 45 All State Hockey 3, 45 Booster 45 Monitor Squad 25 Foul Shooting 1, 2, 3, 4. JACK KERN "Jack" College Prep To Enjoy Life "No fidget and no reformer, just a calm observer." Homeroom President 45 junior Ring Committee5 Booster 45 Track 2, 45 Cross Country 3, 45 Cross Country Captain 4. GEORGE R. KIRCHER .lKlfCl1,l Practical Arts Undecided "Throw away sorrow, cast away care." Homeroom Vice President 25 Foot- ball 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 3, 45 Traffic Squad 15 Fire Squad 1, 2, 3, 4. MARILYN P. KLING ..I-ynn., General Nurse "A quiet sort of girl, industrious withal." CHARLES KOEHLER "Charlie" Practical Arts Hairdresser "A man is known by the silence he keeps." Cross Country 35 Spring Track 45 Fire Squad 1. 2. ANN KOZAK ..Ann., College Prep Business College "To know how to laugh is to know how to reign." Hockey 2: Monitor Squad 35 Bas- ketball 4. IRIS KROHN HI., Commercial Secretary "Character and intelligence go hand in hand." Junior Ring Committee5 Hockey 3, 45 Softball 3, 45 Modern Dancing 3, 45 Booster 45 Odds and Ends 4. DORIS KRUG UD., General o E y Life "She's blonde s enga' , she uses Pond's." Hockey b 1, 2' as tball 15 Glee Cl b 1, 25 o oul Shooti 1, 2. 3 hee lead , 3, ,fl effgftw EDGAR KLUGHARDT "Kugee" College Prep Business Administration "Praise the Lord and pass the girls to Kugeen Homeroom Treasurer 1, 25 Span- ish Club 15 Slide Rule Club 1. RUTH KOENIG "Honey" General Telephone Company "She is gentle that doth gentle deeds." Basketball 1. GERTRUDE KRAUTER "Gert" Commercial Secretary "Knowledge is a treasure, but prac- tice is the key to it." I-Iomeroom Treasurer 25 Softball 45 Booster 45 Hockey 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball 2, 45 Umpires' Club 3. ADELE CAROLINE KRUEGER "Del" General Writer "Past master at the art of chit-chat." Homeroom Secretary 15 Home- room Treasurer 25 Glee Club 1, 2, 45 Orchestra 1, 25 Modern Dancing 1. HILDA KUFFERMANN College Prep Undecided "But if I'm content with little, enough is as good as a feast." Page twenty-one EDWARD KUSALBA ..Ed.. Practical Arts Driver "I must work-oh, what waste of time." Fire Squad 1, 2, 3, 45 Usher Squad 1, 2, 3, 4g Trailic Squad 1, 25 Motion Picture Squad 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT LANCE "Bob" Practical Arts Draftsman "Man is man and master of his fate." Track 1, 2, Football 2, Usher Squad 1, 2. GLORIA LASKY "Glory" Commercial Secretary "The cautious seldom err." MAR-IORIE LEHMAN "Maia College Prep Undecided "Music is the universal language of mankind." Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Librarian 4g Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 49 Dance Orches- tra 3, 44 Odds and Ends 4, Basket- ball l, 4g Modern Dancing 1. CAROLYN LERMAN HCA., General To Enjoy Life "Class giggler that she be, we wish she'd let a real laugh free." Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Hockey 2, 45 Softball 2, 3, 4, Modern Dancing 1, 2, 3, 45 Umpires' Club 4, Foul Shooting 1, 2, 3, 4, Congestion Squad lg Dramatic Club 2, Odds and Ends 3, 4, Booster 4. Page twenty-two X. X g V ff rw fi Y JOHN tAMBERT nhl-ackn General Diesel Engineer "Begone, dull care! Thou and I shall never agree." Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 4g Track Z, Booster 4. KURT LANDECK "Whitey" General Engineering "A man he seems of cheerful yester- days and conident tomorrowsf' Traflic Squad 4, Orchestra 45 Fire Squad 4. HARRY A. LAWRENCE, JR. General Civil Engineer "Some think the world is made for fun and frolic, and so do I." Homeroom Vice President lg Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 33 Usher Squad 1, 2, 3, 4. WALTER LEIBOWITZ 1-Libbyn General Basketball Player "He that is slow to anger is better than the mightyf' Student Council 3, 4, Senior Class Treasurer, Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Base- ball 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 29 Odds and Ends 3, 4. NORMAN R. LESKO "Norm" Practical Arts Business Man "I've taken my fun where I've found it." Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Fire Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 4. ROBERT E. LEWIS "Bob" General Army "Diligence is the mother of good for- tune." Usher Squad 2, 3, 4. ELIZABETH LOWERY "Irish" General Flying "We live in desires rather than in our achievements." Red Cross 15 Social Club 1. GERTRUDE LUNDQUIST ..Gert,, College Prep Nurse "She is a maid of artistic grace, Gentle in form and fair of face." Homeroom President 55 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 15 Umpires' Club Manager 45 Modern Dancing 1, 45 Odds and Ends 3. GENE MACOR "Gene" Practical Arts Undecided "I make the most of all that comes, and the least of all that goes." Homeroom Treasurer 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 25 Fire Squad 1, 2, 3, 4. CARMELLA MAGLIARO "Mella" General Undecided "Faithfulness and sincerity arc her first principles." Basketball 1, 45 Library Staff l. AGNES MAHON "Irish" Commercial To see the world! "Wlien Irish eyes are smiling." Hockey l, 2,35 Basketball 1, 2, 45 Foul Shooting 45 Archery 15 Modern Dancing 2, 4. EVELYN MARCO NEW.. College Prep Teacher "There is great ability in knowing how to conceal one's ability." Slide Rule Club 15 Spanish Club 25 Booster Staff 4. RUTH MARNETT "Irish" General Undecided "Life is what we make it!" Homeroom Treasurer 25 Hockey 1, 25 Softball 45 Modern Dancing 25 Basketball 45 Congestion Squad 2. LAURENCE MARTIN "Larry" College Prep Engineer "The greater the man, The greater the courtesy." Track I, 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 45 Activities Council 45 Booster Staff 45 Assembly Squad 4. MARILYN MASER "Marilyn" General Undecided "So much laughter, so much life enjoyed." Congestion Squad 1, 25 Hockey 25 Basketball 25 Library Staff Z, 3. Page twenty-three DOROTHY MATJE "Dottie" General Long Distance Telephone Operator "I will not retreat a single inch, and I will be heard." Hockey 23 Odds and Ends 3g Traf- fic Squad 13 Monitor Squad 1. 6 Ewflffij fo V Sec "Ho il i t S irt f e K 1. 3 I, 1 i y ! n ,fl ou oo as l 1 1 her tud n I c' 3 Seni Class taff 43 Hockey 1, I , ',Softbal1,2, , 4:4 ,, md 1, , 4: ff ROBERT MCKEON "Bob" General Undecided "There are books of which the backs and covers are by far the best parts." Homeroom Vice President 13 Ush- er Squad 1, 2, 3, 4. HOWARD MELICK "Glenn" Practical Arts Draftsman "Knowledge is success3 success is happiness." Mascot Tender 43 Assembly Squad 4. RUTH MESEROLL 'KMeZ" General Doctor's Assistant "Love like mine must have return." Hockey 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 23 Modern Dancing 1, 23 Monitor Squad 13 Foul Shooting 1, 23 Dra- matic Club 2g Glee Club 3, 43 Arch- ery 13 Softball 33 Umpires' Club 4. Page tw efnty - f our NORMAN MCCABE "Norm" General Reporter "Little by little the end is obtained." Traffic Squad 1. ly NCE McGHEE "A somethiig more than melody S A r Musical Comedy OJD ells eveiiifn her words." Homeroom Secretary l3 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 43 Umpires' Club I, 2, 3, 43 Archery lg Modern Dancing l, 23 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 1. CARL MEHLHORN NDN., Practical Arts Architectural Drafting "Tall, lanky and lean3 a harder worker has never been seen." Traffic Squad 1, 2, 3 fCaptain 413 Mascot Tender 43 Assembly Squad 43 Football 23 Track 3. RAYMOND MERKLER "Merk" Practical Arts Tool and Die Maker "What's an ounce of mischief in an ocean of goodness?" DORIS YWTILLER "Doris" College Prep Teacher "Quiet in appearance with motives unknown." Hockey Club 2g Spanish Club 23 Modern Dancing 2. THOMAS MILLER "Tom" General Florist "Good nature is the best asset." Student Council 1, 25 Executive Council 3, Track lg Usher Squad 1, 2g Traliic Squad 2, 45 Dance Band 2, 4. BETTY MOCK "Bet" Commercial Undecided "A very nice girl you'll find her." Modern Dancing 15 Basketball l, 2, Hockey 1. MARY ANNE MOELTNER "Mary Anne" General Model "Not a worry, not a care, She's happy everywhere." Hockey 1, 2, Basketball 2. JEAN MOORE "Jeannie" Commercial Secretary "A laugh is worth a hundred groans in any market." Hockey 2: Modern Dancing 23 Odds and Ends 4. SHIRLEE MUDROCK "Shirl" Commercial Undecided "She's a wee thing and neatg She's charming and sweet." Hockey 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3: Modern Dancing 2, 5, Archery lg Dramatic Club 25 Congestion Squad 1. CARRIE MITCHELL "Sue" General Nurse "A nice girl with a nice smile." Homeroom Secretary 1. JOSEPH MOELTNER ..J0e,, General Accountant "No matter where the body is The mind is free to go elsewhere." Student Council lg Homeroom Treasurer 23 Usher Squad l, 2, 3, 4. GLADYCE MOGLIA ..M0e,, Commercial Model "Chew-Chew Baby." Homeroom Secretary 2g Home- room Vice President 45 Hockey 1, 2, 5, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3: Modern Dancing 1, 2, 33 Hall Monitor lg Dramatic Club 25 Glee Club 2, Archery lg Softball 3. ANN MOSE ..Fuz.. Commercial To truly live my life! "The most completely lost of all days is that on which one has not laughed." Activities Council 4g Hockey l, 2, 3, 4g Archery I: Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 Softball 1. 2, 3, 45 Umpires' Club 4: Dramatic Club 2g Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. ALLISON MULLER "Blondie" General Secretary "She liked whate'er she looked on, And her looks went everywhere." Hockey lg Modern Dancing 1. Page twenty-five I EMILY NEMETI-I ..Emmy,, Commercial Professional Musician "Intelligence and musical ability will make her a success." Homeroom Treasurer 2, 3. ALLAN NOVAK "Slovak" Practical Arts Accountant "I like him much-he seems plain and honest." Homeroom Secretary 23 Fifc Squad 1, 2, LLieutenantj 3, 4. PATRICIA OTT "Trish" General MO'-Tlel "Moments full of ease and grace, And always with a smiling face." Traffic Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Umpires' Club 2, 3, 43 Basket- ball 3, 43 Odds and Ends 2, 3, Slide Rule Club lg Modern Dancing 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2. JOAN PADOVANO "Bubbles" Commercial Undecided "A woman is always changeable and capricious." Homeroom Secretary lg Basket- ball Club 1, 25 Modern Dancing 1. RICHARD PARTL i'DiCk" General Draftsman "In spite of all the learned have said, I still my own opinion keep." Senior Class President, Student Council President 4, Football 3, 4. Page twenty-six ELEANOR NISSEN "Elli" Commercial Undecided .. . Her manner is generous, open, and sincere." Hockey l, 23 Modern Dancing Ig Softball 1. JACQUELINE OHLE uJ3.CklEn Commercial Interior Decorator "Continual cheerfulness is a sign of wisdom." Mariners 2, Softball 2. NORMAN OTTLEY "Norm" College Prep Chemical Engineer "And still they gazed and their wonder grew That one small head could carry all he knewf, Homeroom President 2g Home- room Treasurer 35 Vice President of Senior Classg Executive Council 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Usher Squad 1. IRENE PARRISH "Chink" Commercial Teacher of Child Psychology "A joke, a laugh, and a good heart." Art Club Ig Glee Club lg Spiritual Choir lg Cheer Leader 1. HELEN PEARCE "Hel" Commercial Private Secretary "Her ready speech flowed free and fair." Library Staff 1, Congestion Squad lg Homeroom Treasurer 1. RUTH PETER "Pete" General Oflice Work "Still water runs deep." Monitor Squad 1, 2. GLORIA PETRUZZIELLO "Petr" General Sec ret ary "She that seeketh trouble never misses it." Class Treasurer 3. MARTHA PICCIRILLO "Marty" Commercial Typist "Do you know that conversation is one of the greatest pleasures of life?" Basketball l, 2, 35 Modern Danc- ing l5 Hockey 1. E. JEAN PISTOR "Jeanie" om rcial Undecided "Good things come in small packages." Homeroom Secretary 45 Traffic Squad 2, 3, 45 Umpires' Club 45 Hockey 2, 45 Booster Staff5 Basket- ball 2, 3, 45 Softball 2, 3, 45 Modern Dancing 2, 3, 45 Library Staff 35 Monitor Squad 3. ZELMA M. POWERS usallyn General Comptometer Operator "There is not so variable a thing in nature as a lady's headdressf' J . Qs ggi? PATRICIA PETERSON "Pat" College Prep Nurse "Her voice was ever soft, gentle and low-an excellent thing in woman." Basketball 1, 2, 45 Hockey 2, 3, 45 All-State Hockey 45 Umpires' Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 45 Odds and Ends 3, 45 Spanish Club 25 Modern Danc- ing 15 Softball Club 3. ELIZABETH PFEIFFER "Betty" General Ofhce Work "There is likewise a reward for faith- ful silence." Homeroom President 1, 25 Hockey 15 Basketball 1. DORIS PINSON NDN., College Prep Bacteriologist "Something between a hindrance and a help." Hockey 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Softball 2, 3, 45 Umpires' Club 2: Spanish Club 25 Modern Dancing l, 2, 3, 4. WALTER PLACE "Brute" General Undecided "The man that blushes is not quite a brute." Homeroom President 35 Football 2, 35 Basketball 35 Track 25 Baseball 3. 4. DOROTHY PRINCIPIE "Dottie" General Beautician "The tree of silence bears fruit of peace." Basketball 1, 25 Modern Dancing 1, 25 Hockey 1, 2. Page twenty-seven INGEBORG PROBST "Inky" College Prep Dancer "There was a star that danced and under that l was born." Library Staff 25 Modern Dancing 2, 3. nk .. u 'Nob X ge Prep ,' Undecided " IS gravity wa sweetened by his smile." Student Council Representative 25 Homeroom President 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 3. RICHARD RECH "Rech" College Prep Undecided "For he's a jolly good fellow." Football 3, 45 Track 3, 4. MARION E. RETTER "Curly" General Navy Nurse "Nothing is impossible to a willing heart." Hockey I, 2, 3, 45 Traffic Squad l, 2, 45 Glee Club 45 Secretarial Club 25 Basketball 2, 45 Umpires' Club 45 Foul Shooting 45 Softball 3, 45 Dra- matic Club 25 Booster Staff5 junior Ring Committee5 Modern Dancing 2, 4. MELVIN RIES "Mel" General Business "Wandering eyes plus flashy ties." Usher Squad 1, 2, 3, 45 Booster Staffg Dramatic Club 45 Monitor Squad l, 2. Page twenty-eight GLADYS RABEY "Red" General Oflice Work "With malice toward none, With charity for all." Homeroom Secretary 25 Hockey 25 Modern Dancing 25 Basketball 2. CHARLES RAJOPPI "Fritz" General School "When he won't, he won't and that's the end of it." Football 1. 2, 4. RICHARD REGAN ltDiCk37 General Navy "Persuasion hung upon his lips." Track 1, 25 Cross Country 35 Baseball 4. JOHN REYNOLDS "jack" College Prep Engineer "Not a sinner, not a saint perhaps, But just the very best of chaps." Basketball I5 Baseball 2. MARIE s RIFFEL 'VRQ1' ' , T General A " i , Nurse "The smileihat Mins." X' ' I.ibrarylStaff"l, 2,31 45 Basketball 1, 25 Hockey 1, 2,f35 Modern Danc- ing "Congestion Squid l. Q 1 .lk Q JACQUELINE RILEY "Jackie" General College "Don't cross your bridges till you Come to them." Glee Club 45 Hockey 45 Basketball 45 Softball 45 Umpires' Club 45 Modern Dancing 45 Foul Shooting 4. ANTOINETTE RILLO "Toni" Commercial Housewife "Let us be gay while we may." Dramatic Club 25 Secretarial Club 25 Basketball 15 Modern Dancing 2. GLADYS RING "Butch" 5 College Prep A rsing orflfeahhing " en sii .Ni talk. Yzvgods, how I Emma: 'X , lv it I ia ' Treasurer 1, 35'Glee Club , 3, 45 Traffic 35 Monitor Squad 2, 35,1235-ketball 25 Modern Dancing 35 Spanish Club 25 Umpires' Club 3. M5 pljjl ELA RIPLEX ..Rip., I ,i Commercial A Copimercial Artist "She whqsvirdrks' liard need neve ' - fl' d airff ' , L! X omei'oom'Srecretary 15 Basket alll 1,145 H Q ey'l: 2,' Glee crpb I, 45 YMCCTCID anciqgll, 45 F613 Shooting 25 Cheer 'Leading 2, 3, 4f Ongestion Squad 55 Umpires' Club 45 State Hockey 4. RICHARD ROCKSTROH ..R0Ck,, College Prep Chemist "Nature I loved, and next to nature music." Orchestra l, 2, 3, 45 All-State Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Band 4. DORIS A. RODGERS "Dar" Commercial Bookkeeper "For she was jus' the quiet kind." Glce Club 15 Secretarial Club 2. EDWARD R005 ..Ed.. College Prep Electrical Engineer "Life is real5 life is earnest." Homeroom President 35 Social Committee 45 Usher Squad 1, 2, 35 Captain of Usher Squad 45 Basketball 35 Track 3, 45 Cross Country 45 Assembly Squad 1, 35 Booster Statf5 Fire Squad 2, 3, 4. AUDREY ROTHFUSS "And" College Prep Nurse "Another silent member, but a glowing ember.' Glee Club Secretary 25 Glee Club librarian 35 Glee Club President 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Odds and Ends 35 Monitor Squad 2, 35 Booster Staff. DONALD ROWLINSON "Don" Practical Arts Aeronautical Engineer "Silence is one of the virtues of the wise." Fire Squad 1, 2, 3. THOMAS RUSTICK "Tom" General Draftsman "The quiet mind is richer than a Crown. Homeroom Treasurer 3. Page twenty-nine P r 5 i r l I li i l i 1 CARL RUTGERS College Prep Engineer "He is a wizard in his workg We know of nothing he would shirk." BARBARA SABO "Bobbie" General Modeling "Reckless youth makes rueful agef' Homeroom President 15 Basketball I5 Usher Squad 15 Dramatic Club 1, 25 Hockey 1. BARBARA ANN SCANLON "Babs,' College Prep Bilingual Secretary "Her hair like gold did glisteng Each eye was like a star." Hockey 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Foul Shooting 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2: Umpires' Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 45 Softball 2, 3, 45 Modern Dancing 2, 3, 4. ANNA SCHERER "Anna" Commercial Undecided "Let all things be done decently and in order." Hcmeroom Treasurer 15 junior Ring Committee5 Booster Staffg Sec- retarial Club 2. ROBERT L. SCHIFF "Bob" College Prep Electrical Engineer "A penny saved is a penny earned." Manager of Basketball 25 Odds and Ends 35 Headlines Editor 4. Page thirty JACQUELINE RYAN "jackie" Practical Arts Comptometer Operator "Punctuality is not the essence of life." Congestion Squad 1. ALBERT SCALES ..Red,. College Prep Dentistry "He most prevails who nobly dares." Homeroom President 15 Football 3, 45 Basketball 25 Dramatic Club 15 Dance Band 15 Orchestra 15 Band l. AMELlA scHEcK '-Mm" General Office Worker "A lot of chatter by the way, A little fun to spice each day." Homeroom Vice President 35 Homeroom Treasurer 45 Trafiic Squad 1, 25 Hockey 15 Basketball 1. HELEN SCI-LERER "Helen" General Dental Hygienist "A good athlete and a good sport." Hockey 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Modern Dancing 1, 2, 3, 45 Softball 2, 3, 45 Umpires' Club 3, 45 Foul Shooting 3, 45 Manager of Bas- ketball 45 Monitor Squad 15 Dra- matic Club 25 Traffic Squad 2, 3, 45 Booster Staff. DORIS SCHMIDT K'D0f,, General Typist "She'll find a way." Student Council 35 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Umpires' Club 3, 45,Softball 1, 2, 3, 45 Mod- ern Dgnclng 1, 25 Foul Shooting 15 Traffic Squad A2, 3, 45 Congestion Squad 1. - ' 9' , ' . Q X x J it T' 'J 4 x Y KENNE L R W Kenn" ' ege Prep? Mechanic Engineer 'It is bette dim to rus t.' ' ' Y ncilllyi Class Presi- dc!!! 2. X rf, 'V ESTHER SCHREIBER "Es" College Prep Nurse "One vast substantial smile." Glee Club lg Booster Staffg Span- ish Club 2g Softball 3. JANICE SCOTT "Scott" General Musician "Give me the privilege of being independent." WILLIAM SHARP "Bill" College Prep Chemical Engineer "Just a good fellowg Could we say more?" Usher Squad 15 Odds and Ends Art Staff 3, 4. FRANK SHUSTER "Frankie" Practical Arts Undecided "Laughing, happy all the time." Fire Squad l, 2, 3. JOHN SCHON "Dutch" Practical Arts Free Enterprise "A joke forever on his lipsg A smile forever on his face." Senior Homeroom Presidentg Foot- ball 1, 2, 4. NORMA SCHWEINING "Snooky" General Undecided "Her voice announces her presence." Traffic Squad 1, 25 Monitor Squad l. WILLIAM C. SEYBOLD "Bill" College Prep Television "Nothing great is ever achieved without enthusiasm." RICHARD A. SHELLMER "Rich" College Prep College "Write me as one who loves his fellow men." Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4g Dance Band 3, 45 Camera Club 3: Track 4. EDWARD SIEB llEd!l College Prep Engineer "There's nothing so becomes a man as modest stillness." Traiiic Squad l, 2, 34 Congestion Squad 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2g Usher Squad 1, 2, 3, 4. Page thirty-one 471' cw" ' mpf' N AIM , A JIJKNL- UTH si , sl: L, Lf, X L ri 7 5 I , u n C I W Musician "She reigns c'er comedy supreme." meroom President 25 judiciary ncSl 25 Student CounciQ4Z5 Sen- or Council5 nd I, L45 Orchestra , 25 Dance nd A, 5 etball 2, 3,45Hokkey ,3, ' al12,3,45 Dance Clu l, , Booster Staff 45 Dramatic lib 25 Umpires' Club 3, 45 Monitor Squad 25 Foul Shooting 3, 45 All State Hockey 4. ELAINE SMITH "Lane" Commercial Law "Thru her eyes her soul did speak." Basketball 1, 25 Hockey 1, 25 Dance Club 25 Secretarial Club 25 Glee Club 1, 25 Softball 35 Odds and Ends 3. LILLIAN SNEED "Bunny" General Nursing "Each mind has its own method." 5 5 PAULA s,oNNTAG pf sasafnny.. J lege Prep . College "A sweet hbtiactive kjrfdiof grace5 With full assur in her face." ckey 1, , 5 Basketball 2, 45 V pires' Clu 2, 45 Booster Staff 45 Modern Dancing 2, 45 Spanish Club 25 Glee Club l, Z, 3, 45 Softball 25 Qtudent Council 2, 3, 4. SUSANNE STEWART SPARROW USM., College Prep Concert Pianist "Always ready to lend a helping hand." Basketball 3, 45 Foul Shooting 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 45 Hockey 3, 45 Soft- ball 3, 45 Spanish Club 25 Umpires' Club 4. Page thirty-two 5,-1' I-I , if ' l'v'L - N I my THELMA SIMONDS ..Si,. General Pediatrician's Assistant "I have a heart with room for every joy." Basketball 1, 2, 35 Hockey 1, 2, 35 Dance Club 1, 2. ERNEST SMITH "Ernie" Practical Arts Millionaire "He speaketh not, and yet there lies a conversation in his eyes." GLORIA SOLOMON "Sol" General Navy Nurse "I'll not budge an inch." Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Hockey 2, 3, 4: Dance Club 1, 25 Softball 2, 3, 45 Umpires' Club 3, 45 Monitor Squad 1' Foul Shooting 3, 4. MARIE SPADARO MMU., Commercial Oiiice Worker "It is good to be merry and wise5 It is good to be honest and true." Hockey I, Z5 Basketball 1, 25 Dance Club 15 odds and Ends 3, 4. MADELON SPRINGER "Mimi" Commercial College "Gentle, kind and just, Faithful to every trust." Odds and Ends 3, Exchange Edi- tor 45 Congestion Squad 15 Dance Club 25 Hockey 1, 25 Glee Club 1, 25 Secretarial Club 25 Traffic Squad 2, 35 Foul Shooting 1, 2, 45 Softball 45 Student Council 15 Judiciary Coun- cil 15 Basketball 1, 2, 45 Umpires' Club 4. RUTH STAIGER "Ruthie" General Secretary "Ambition has no risk." Monitor Squad 1, 2. jyf-fi , FR CES TAN Commerc' iecretary "Never g my, never sad, lways h yy, always glad." Q m Preslde 2, Sjdjgockey 1 g Basketball l, 2,3151 pires' lub 4g Dance Cl 4 sfgdds and Ends 3, 43 Booster Staff 49 l DONALD SWANSON "Stretch" College Prep Commercial Art "And happiest is he when reveling in his art." Odds and Ends 3, 4. BETTY TEMPLE KlRedlI General Nurse "Look beneath her surface, Let not her worth escape you." Cheerleader lg Library Staff lg Gym Club lg Softball 55 Odds and Ends 4g Booster Staff 4g Hockey 4g Foul Shooting 3, 4. GEORGE TOENES "George" College Prep Symphony Orchestra "Music hath the charm to sooth the savage beast." Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4g All State Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. J BARBARA STANACKER "Bobbie" Commercial Secretary "Words a-few, Thoughts a-plenty." Hockey 1, 2, 45 Softball l, Z, 4g Dance Club 1, 2, 4g Secretarial Club 2g Foul Shooting 2, 4. MAR ION SUCHOVIC "Shorty" Commercial Secretary "Calmly she pursues her way, and calmly goes through every day." Homeroom Secretary 4. JAYNE SWIKART ujaynev General Secretary "Don't ever get her started because sl1e'll never stop." Monitor Squad 1, 25 Softball 2, 45 Hockey Club 1, 2. SALLY TEMPLE "Sally" General Undecided "Attractive in calm reserve." Homeroom Vice President 3g Homeroom Secretary 23 Hockey 1, 29 Basketball 1, 29 Modern Dancing 25 Foul Shooting 4. KATHERINE M. TOMASCEK UKIY.. General Stenographer "Sweet in manners, fair in favor." Library Staff 2g Congestion Squad lg Monitor Staff 2. Page thirty-three ALMA A. TOMPKINS NAI., General Writer "Blest with that charm, the certainty to please." Basketball 1, 25 Monitor Squad 23 Hockey 1. EMMA M. TRETOLA ..Em., Commercial Accountant "Loose were her jet black locks in Waving tresses flowing." Homeroom President Ig Basket- ball 1, 2, Softball 35 Modern Danc- ing 1, 25 Hockey 1, 2, Odds and Ends 3, 45 Social Committee 3, 4, Activities Council 4, Booster Staff 43 Secretarial Club fSecretaryj 2, Glee Club 1, 2: Traflic Squad 1, 2, 3, 45 Foul Shooting 1, 2. FRANK UNTERWALD "Undie" Practical Arts Draftsman "Takes life as it comes." Basketball 15 Wrestling 1. WILLIAM B. VESEY "Bill" College Prep Business "What is done well is done soon enough." Cross Country 3, 4, Track 3, 4. FRANK GEORGE VOKOUN "Vokoun" General Physical Ed. Teacher "A friend to one, a friend to all." Football 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 33 Wrestling 1, 2. Page thirty-four DOROTHY EMILY TONNESON "Dottie" General Stenographer "Laughter, mirth, always on hand." Homeroom President 19 Student Council lg Basketball 2, 3g Hockey 39 Softball 2, 35 Trafbc Squad 1, 2, Band 1, 2. HOLLY L. TRIMPIN "Hol" General Writer of fiction "To spend too much time in studies is wasteful." Foul Shooting 2, 3, Softball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Hockey 1, 2, 35 Modern Dancing 1, 2, 3. MARJORIE H. VAN DEUSEN "Margie', Commercial Secretary "A quiet, gentle maid." Hockey 15 Modern Dancing 1, 25 Foul Shooting 2, Secretarial Club 25 Basketball 1, 2. FRANCES C. VOGEL "Fran" General Stenographer "Keep the golden mean between say- ing too much and too little." Hockey 1, 25 Modern Dancing 13 Library Staff 25 Congestion Squad 1. ISABELLE VAN KOLL "Dutch" General Telephone Company "Eat, drink and be merry, For tomorrow we die." FLORENCE S. VULLEMIER "Colette" General Undecided "The good and wise lead quiet lives." ELEANOR L. WACHTER mme.. Commercial Secretary "The gentle mind by gentle deeds is known." Hockey 1. RUTH WACHTER "Ruddie" Commercial Secretary "A sunny nature wins lasting friend- ships everywhere." Secretarial Club 15 Hockey 15 Bas- ketball 1. RUDY O. WADLE ..Rudy,, College Prep Doctor "Patience of self and devotion to others." Homeroom President 45 Football 2, 45 Booster Staff 45 Senior Com- mittee. FRANCES R. WAGNER "Frannie" College Prep College "Conversation teaches more than meditation." Homeroom Secretary 35 Dramatic Club 2, 45 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball 1, 35 Umpires' Club 2, 3, 45 Modern Dancing 1, 2, 3, 45 Foul Shooting 2, 35 All State Hockey 45 Spanish Club 25 Slide Rule Club 15 Booster Staff 45 Odds and Ends 35 Softball 1. JOHN WAGNER "Long John" General Army "An ounce of wit is worth a pound of sorrow." Football 1. ROBERT WAIDELICH "Bibby" Practical Arts Mechanic "The opportunity to do mischief is found a hundred times a day." Homeroom President 15 Home- room Vice President 25 Football 15 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Baseball 3, 45 Usher Squad 1, 25 Traffic Squad 1, 2, 3. JOYCELYN E. WAITZ "Lynne" College Prep Journalist "The face is the image of the soul." Student Council Secretary 44 Homeroom Treasurer I, Z5 Senior Class Secretaryg Traflic Squad 45 Or- chestra l, 2, 35 Booster Staif 45 Soft- ball 2, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Modern Dancing 2, 35 Umpires' Club Man- ager 35 Foul Shooting 2, 35 Senior Committee. EDGAR C. WECK "Dutchman" Practical Arts Draftsman "A light heart lives long." Fire Squad l. GEORGEINE. WEISS "George" General Undecided "Give me the glory of being independent." Hockey 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 25 Softball 25 Monitor Squad I5 Um- pires' Club 4. Page thirty-five 0 1, :Vo 4 I V p, 3 1.1 I Ely 1 'I' X ,fr ,rye RLQBH WENDLAND ..WQn5y,, fGenera Typi J I hy should only the devil h'v A, good tinmff al Basketball1,2,3,4gSo bl ,4, Hockey l,2,x:ffg Um ' Q" b 3, g Modern D Hcing 1, , , Dra- fic Cluludi Congestio Squad lg lil S tihg 1, 3, 4, Li ary Staff l2g All te Hockey 3, 4. I I 1 - 1 u fs HAROLD ETZ .1 r Ph s' .Teacher "W o e'er ex n what we prize, He 's a o in r eyes." 1 Fmall 1, In 0 13 Cross Country 2, 3, 4, ack 1, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 3. WILLIAM WIENKOP "Little Bill" College Prep Undecided "A rare compound of oddity, art and intellect." Usher Squad 2, 3, 4, Odds and Ends 3, 43 Basketball Manager 33 Cross Country Manager 4, President of Booster Staff 43 Fire Squad 2. HELEN WITTEMER UI-Ielen' Commercial Secretary "A girl who makes a small noise is better than one who is but an echo." Student Council 2g Secretarial Club 23 Hockey 3, 4g Umpires' Club 3g Foul Shooting 2, 3, 4g Basketball 3, 45 Modern Dancing 3, Softball 3, 4. BERNICE MARILYN WOLFSON ltwolfyi Commercial Secretary "There's not a bonnie bird that sings, But minds me o' my Red." Softball 1, 2, Secretarial Club 2g Hockey 1, 2, 33 Dramatic Club lg Modern Dancing 1, 2, Student Council 3. Page thirty-six LOUIS WENISCH "Lou" College Prep Engineer "True in word and true in deed." Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 45 Dance Band 2, 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Dramatic Club 4. RUTH O. WIDMAYER "Widdy" Commercial Secretarial Position "I'll find a way, or make it." Foul Shooting 1, 23 Basketball 1, 2, Softball 33 Modern Dancing 1, 2, Hockey 2: Odds and Ends 39 Secre- tarial Club 2. WILLIAM WILSON "Bill" Practical Arts Undecided "Tall in statureg high in ambition." Traflic Squad I, 2, 3, 4, Usher Squad 1, 2, 3, 4g Football 2, 3, 4. JUNE R. WOLF "Wolfie ' College Prep Actress "Reproof on her lip, But a smile in her eye." Dramatic Club 2, 3, 45 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4g All State Hockey 2, 3, 45 Basketball lg Umpires' Club 2, 3, 45 Modern Dancing 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 23 Spanish Club 23 Slide Rule Club 1. GLADYS ANN WOODS "Penny" General Secretary "Do but look on her hairg it is bright as love's star when it riseth." Basketball 1, Modern Dancing 1, 2, Glee Club lg Hockey lg Secre- rarial Club 2. JOHN WRIGHT unlohnnyn General Navy "None more kindly gives and takes a joke." Transferred from Madison High School. HILDA P. ZAHN .QHHU College Prep Undecided "Nothing is more excellent than knowledge." Traffic Squad lg Hall Monitor 3. DIANE ZALESKE ..Di., Commercial Secretary "A maiden young and fair." Basketball 1, 23 Hockey 1, 23 Sec- retarial Club 2. I ALBERT MUELLER "Sonny " General Undecided "Greater men than I have lived-but I doubt it!" Homeroom President 2, 4g Foot- ball 2, 3, 4. CHARLES WIDASECK ..Yogi,, Practical Arts Pilot "Science is vastly more stimulating to the imagination than the classics." Trailic Squad 1. WILLARD WHITBRED "Willie" General Navy "Absent in body but present in spirit." ETHEL ZANDER "Ethel" General Undecided "Two are better than one." Basketball 1, 23 Hockey 1, 2. EVELYN ZANDER "Evelyn" General Undecided "One of us was born a twin, And not a soul knew which." Hockey 1, 23 Basketball 1, 2. DOROTHY ZICK n4Doc,i College Prep Nu 1-ge "The heart to conceive, the under- standing to direct, and the hand to execute." Hockey 1, 2g Basketball lg Span- ish Club 2g Junior Ring Committeeg Odds and Ends 3, fFeature Editorl 4: Booster Staff 4. I THOMAS KELLY !!TomF! General Engineer "I go my own way silently and bother no one." ROSS OBLEY 'lObstick" College Prep Undecided "A great man is among us." Transferred from Bethesda High School, Bethesda, Maryland. Page thirty-seven SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to right: Norman Ottley, Vice Presidentg Walter Leibowitz, Treasurerg Lynne Wtlitz, Secretary: Richard Partl, President. 1 -nw., ,- THE SENIOR PLANNING COMMITTEE Standing, left to right: Dr. Shnrratt, class adviser, Ruth Simmons, Kenneth Diehl, XVilliam Campbell, Richard Reeh, Eileen McDowell, Patricia Kennet, Rudolph Wa1dle, Thelma Hansen. Seated: Richard Pnrtl, Norman Orrley, Walter Leibowitz, Lynne Wuitz. Page thirty-eiglzf :je ADW CClI'll'l0i afllldyri Jian!! Aenf, l'l0l" Call Alllfldvll Kwik? riugriigif lfUitA0llf dome fawglf recreafion. N Page thirfy-nina' THE HIGH COMMAND ouncig The Executive Council is the highest official body in our school. In May of each year the Junior and Sophomore homeroom teachers choose several students whom they believe will be good, intelligent leaders. However, the Hnal choice of two from each group is made by the students. Thus each fall our council of four with the guidance of three faculty members accept or veto any of the suggestions of the Activities or Student Councils. This year's group consisted of Gregory Gebert, presidentg Franklin Fox, secretaryg Norman Ottley, Robert Schmidlinger, and the faculty advisers, Miss Casale, Miss Feuchter, and Mr. Lushear. MR. VINSON,S FRIENDS Page forty AMBASSADORS OF GOOD TIMES The Activities Council under the sage guid- ance of Miss Dayton, Miss Baker, and Mr. Lake Hgure out the school budget and arrange the price of the student ticket accordingly. Each student in buying a Booster ticket provides the school with funds and insures himself of a year's fun. This ticket enables students to attend all home football games, to receive cut rates on all other tickets, to have a newspaper each week, to go to special assembly programs, and to be ad- mitted to a class party or dance. The council is made up of students representing each of the major activities in the school. Our little "Gloom dodgersf' the Social Com- mittee, succeeded in brightening up the gym into a beautiful palacial dance hall and thus are to be congratulated on their work for they showed ingenuity and good taste. They suffered untold agonies in their valiant efforts to liven up the place. The first of their series of social enterprises was at Hallowe'en when the Fresh- men had their party. This was followed within three weeks by the Sophomore Barn Dance which brought out the hill-billy instincts of the Union Sophomore Farmers. This winter the Juniors en- joyed for the first time the rare privilege of inviting foreigners Qoutside guestslj to their class dance which delighted them and their friends. Last, but not least, the crowning event of any Senior's high school career, was the Senior Prom. The Committee really outdid themselves at this top event of the year for the gym became a hall of distinction and attractiveness. Edward Roos, William Wienkop, Arlene Frohling, Betty Griffen, Charles Haythorne, Emma Tretola, William Cleveland, and Joyce Enos were this year's ambassadors of good times under the talented direction of Miss Dayton, faculty adviser. Page forty-one THE LITTLE CONGRESS The Student Council is a representative group and order. No action can be taken unless it is which sets school policies and regulations. Mem- approved by the Executive Council. The presi- bers are chosen by each homeroom and they meet dent elected by the students this year for the the first Tuesday and the last Thursday of the A. M. Council was Dick Partlg for the P. M. month. Hull monitors and the cafeteria squad Council, Eleanore Bndwine. were created by this organization to keep law THE BIG CONGRESS Page forty-two S 1 u 1 4 Q V1 Mhz if J 1 Q , , 4, I k J A , ,.f?Qf 9 'Rf X I .Rx if ix 5 ,,,,L 5 '54 S at V lkxgfmry Jmyg, X 2 5 ? 8 '7 f is .e 'Ei Ng 'xx ,J X 5 f' 5 , x 5 35. " Q Q 5 s- 5: 3 Q , S? .' 5 YQ 'fi 5 mlm , N i Us t Q z Q Q Q 2. 1' A Lg Q 7 ia? if W 5 L -P E5 6' Q g ng Wk if f, S . , , M L , 7 3 ' -Q 3, iyt , ' K. L ' X- X , ' f THE INCENDIARY GLADIATORS Twice a month the Fire Squad boys declare a few minutes' respite for all of us from the daily grind of lessons by conducting fire drills. Each member had his assigned post from where he hurried the reluctant students outdoors. The reluctance was due to the fact that another minute might pass before they were hustled back to classes again. Sometimes an exit was blocked off in order to drill us into becoming resourceful without being frightened to choose the next nearest exit. To be sure that there would be no disorder the fellow at that post directed the lines. Mr. Henry was the adviser for the A. M. Squad and the student captain was Norman Fischer. In the afternoon school Mr. Kordys was the adviser and his captain was Edward Bush. We respect the work these boys did for if any emergency should have arisen, they would have had the sole responsibility for emptying the school in the shortest time. THE LITTLE FLAMES Page forty-four The Usher Squad boys have many chores. However their biggest job is during the foot- ball season when they collect tickets, put up and take down the canvas which is placed around the field, set up the loud-speaking system, re- serve seats for the band. and see that Willie Butt behaves himself. Each Friday, or any other assembly day, the boys assumed the responsibility of seating eight hundred students in seven hundred and fifty seats. QWitl1 extra chairs they can do itlj They also escorted Union's swank to their reserved seats the night of the annual play, "Spring Green." Miss Durling is the adviser for both the A. M. and P. M. Squads. The oflicers for the A. M. group were captain, Edward Roos, and co- captain, Harry Wiring and for the P. M. group, captain, Ronald Roemer, and Co-Captain, Glen Herrigel. All members deserve our thanks for their faithfulness and cooperation all year. HAVE YOUR TICKETS READY, PLEASE! MOTHERS LITTLE HELPERS Q Page forty-five SCHEDULE HACKERS Whenever assembly calls echoed through the halls of U. H. S., a group of busy bees began to work. Harry Lawrence was the bell-pusher who called the classes to the auditorium and Larry Martin prepared to walk down the aisle with the flag escorted by the Messrs. Melick and Melhorn. Peggy Gotham was our pianist and Frank Fox, assuming an angelic pose, read the Bible. Dr. Sharratt's watchful eye as adviser de- tected any laxness on the part of this group. Gregory Gebert as president of the Executive Council acted as Master of Ceremonies. The aft- ernon squad included Glenn Herrigel, Eleanore Badwini, Richard Ulrich, George Van Buskirk, and Hal Neal. Both groups had the help of the Usher Squads. At several of our assemblies we had profes- sional speakers and artists but the students pro- vided the greater amount of amusement for us. Among the professionals we had Tommy Tucker, sound effects man and imitatorg the Bentley Trio, the Xylophone, Pat Paterson, cow- boyg Dr. Fred Young, the use of English, Al Priddy, animal trainer, Judge Bale, juvenile delinquencyg and Senor Rafael Herrara, our "good neighborn Spanish professor, Venezuela. The three dramatic organizations each pre- sented a program as well as the bands, glee clubs, and cheer-leaders. Friday was always the day of days for us: entertainment, a respite from one of our classes each week, and the last day before the blessed week-end retreat! LES PETITES Page forty-sim The staff of the Odds and Ends, some forty- five strong, have done it again. For the eighth consecutive year the paper has won first place in the Columbia Scholastic Press Association's competition. The editors whose Herculean efforts have produced this rating are: News. Elsa Hog- lund, Paul Hartmanng lieatures, Pat Zicltg Edi- torials, Carle Curtisg Sports, Francis Gentile, Lew Chapmang Art, Vivian jannettg Headlines, Gerrie Boroli, Bob Schiffg Stenciling, Jean Mooreg Mimeograph, Ray Berberichg and Ex- change, Madelon Springer. The favorite expression of Miss Purcell, the faculty adviser, was. "Oh my!" This was used often as people paraded through the main olhce of the Odds and Ends apparently mistaking the small room for the Holland Tunnel. Although to the outsider confusion seemed to reign in the tiny room, a great deal of work was done or else you wouldn't have had your weekly news. The ua er was wublished ever' Thursda' ex- l P l 5 5 cept on holidays from October through May under the auspices of the Booster Association. LIBEL MAKERS The circulation was about 1400, a figure which is envied by the Union Register! Special recognition should be given to Mr. Henry and his patient typists who are blamed for errors, that if traced by Sherlock Holmes, undoubtedly were made by the inner circle, the editors. The news brought to us by the warriors of the press contain the originality and re- sourcefulness needed to produce Amcrica,s fLlfL1I'C jollrfllllistg. , 1 f ' J fi ' 3 y ' .J .i p ,L F I 5+ THE MUCKRAKERS Page forty sc 1 1 Il :fl U . ,Jr yi , t . A 411, x r lf lj! "i 'i J lx 1' 1 J K f i Xl! l ,f , J' A i lf ll y ll' ramafica ij lx Li' A, 'jf C i ' E J' OUR TALENTED THESPIANS SPRING GREEN A Romantic Comedy by Florence Ryerson and Colin Clements Nina Cassell. .. ..,.. . ,.,. .. . Mrs. Rumble ..,. Scootie Cassell . Mr. Putnam ..,. . Tony Cassell . . Pinkie Ames . . Dunk Doyle Bing Hotchkiss Genevieve Jones . . Major Todd . T. Newton Todd . . Eula Hotchkiss . .. . Dr. Luther Blodgett . . Officer Ryan.. ..... . . . Billy... . . ..... . ....... . . SAj'IIU1IXiN of llrix Act I-An afternoon in early spring. Act II-Scene I: Three weeks later. Scene H: Two more weeks have passed. Act HI-Afternoon and evening of next day. Florence McGhee ....Gertrude Stanill . . June Wolf . jack Lindsay Ann Semansco Frances Wfagner . Paul Hartmann Charles Haythorn . Miriam Thrall . Charles Bradley Arnold Rose . Elsie Hartmann Melvin Reiss . Louis Wenisch Donald Shore The Scene takes place in the playroom of the Cassell home, in Elmwood, at the present time. Page forty-eight THE FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE DRAMATIC CLUBS Our future john Barrymores and Judith Andersons have delved into the intricacies of Hne acting by producing such remarkable plays as "Accent of Revenge" and "Don't Tell a Soul". These talented groups led by Miss Brophy and Miss Mahoney worked very hard to produce entertaining programs. They showed great orig- inality in their satire. The repercussions and after effects of "Accent of Revenge" will long be remembered by the upper classmen, especially by a small group of Union's highly trained ath- letes. The members of the Sophomore Dramatic Club who on February 21, presented K'Accent of Revenge" were Grace Colgan, Lee Lotz, Mary Caldwell, Doris Rohner, Barbara Stein, Marion Krug, and Helen Cwoddert. These girls should be congratulated on their excellent production. The Freshmen cast of "Don't Tell a Soul" was Marie Carpenito, Irene Mitts, Iris Reichert, Rose- marie Haws, Nancy Kennet, Theresa Stohl, Lois Hagen, Jean Orlando, and Marianne Stein. THE EMERGENCY SQUAD "ALWAYS ON THE Jos" Mr. Lushear's "busy little beavers" work tire- lessly in the performance of their menial tasks. Their slogan is "Be prepared", and they carry it through to the nth degree. Wlienevei' a play is to be produced and a stage setting is required, they turn out props that would delight the heart of any Broadway producer. One of the nicest scenes they produced this year was the one used in the Christmas pageant. This was an interior church scene and showed excellent creative abil- ity on the part of this fine group of stalwart males. The busy beavers are Ken Diehl, Charlie Summers, Conrad Treusch, John Schmidt, and Stephen Kulien. Page forty nine KATHERINE CORNEI L AND THE BARRYMORES -BEWARL' The Glee Club under the direction of Mrs. McCloskey met each Wednesday to rehearse for special programs. The oiiicers elected were Aud- rey Rothfuss, president, Pat Kennet, secretary, and Zelda Rothfuss and Elsie Hartmann, li- brarians. The highlight of the year, however, was the Christmas program. This was presented first at the P.T.A. meeting, and then to both assembly groups. The solos were beautifully done by Grace Ahrens, Eleanor Schofield, Florence Mc- Ghee, and Gertrude Stanill. Robert Diehl, an alumnus, delighted and surprised us all by sing- ing one of the numbers. The scenery which was made by the Emergency Squad represented the interior of a church with the organ as the back- ground. However, Charles Haythorn painted the scene and its effects was heightened by soft light- ing. The girls went to the Westfield Crippled Children's Home after the assemblies to sing for the youngsters there. The Baccalaureate Service will conclude the work of this group, and this is held the Sunday before graduation. Perhaps one of the most important and cer- udic tainly the most active organizations our school produces is the band. Its able officers this year were president, Richard Shellmerg librarian, Margie Lehman, and Student Council repre- sentative, Jack Lindsay. Union High's Band under the direction of Mr. Nicholson, more fondly known as "Mr. Nick", was first seen parading down the field at football games. With Hope Cassel chosen as majorette a better per- formance and appearance couldn't be found. Since war conditions made transportation im- possible, this was the first year that the band could travel to out-of-town games. A finer looking assemblage was hard to find. Uwing to split sessions the musicians gave up every Thursday night to come to school to practice. Their diligence paid off when several members placed on the All-State Band this year. We played host to this group February 22, 23, and 24. Those six students who were chosen were: George Toenes, Jack Lindsay, John Doug- las, Richard Christie, clarinetsg Richard Shell- mer, tuba, and Charles Bradley, alternate on baritone. WGODY I-IERMAN'S RIVALS Page fifty-one THE WOOD WINDS AND THE BIG WINDS Clarinets George Toenes Jack Lindsay John Douglas Virginia Stein Carla Curtis Donald Shore Robert Lackenauer Gertrude Housen Gloria Stoetzel Harold Donaldson Robert Lewis Patricia Kerner Inis Reichelt Richard Christie Saxopbones Ruth Simmons John Green Floyd Hildebrant John Barnes Ernest Hamrnan Page fzfty two BAND MEMBERS Drums Miriam Thrall Mildred Gary Ray Hungerford Stephen Mills Rechard Rockstrob Mary Varecka Xylophone Margery Lehman Baritones Charles Bradley Donald Long Tubes Richard Shellmer Richard Burpee Walter Herbst Trumpets Louis Wenisch Andrew Procassini Ben Strasser Robert Douglas Robert Heinzman Greta Janett Douglas Kolbe Arthur Morrison Herbert Koegel Vivian Enos Trombones Thomas Eynon Robert Miller Herbert Totel Warren Conklin Horn Louis Kolek Piccolo Margaret Gotham P. M. CONGESTION SQUAD MISS DEVENEZIA, ADVISER "THE BLOCK BUSTERSH THE LIBRARY STAFF Looking for Les Miserables or the Lone Ranger? These guardians of the bookshelves will find it for you! Page fifty-three . Y wg " - via?-. ,R EQ 1-W .t S ' si w ' ' ri - +, HN' 7 sk I FIN 3 , K yi . b, A W. g 2 x 5 . . ' . xx .V -- Ni 4' N ' W x ' N xiii::as-7-1Sx'.s..--- . a xfxfizam- X x . x 0 yOU l'l0lfU iAel'Yl .76 uf faugnfer anal fnne four? of Z'ierul5.,7 ere2 noflzing worfl: fne wear o winning filffy f ll an l V52 THEY RAN KOW , sS?00l"iJ Union High's harriers came through in great style this past season. Our team led by Harold Wetzel and Jack Segale copped the County Meet and placed a neat third in the State Meet. Wet- zel placed first and Segale fourth in the State Meet and if it hadn't been for some tough breaks, we would have taken first. As it was, our next place was twentieth, so we lost to Trenton and Bayonne on points. Union High ought to stay right up in the winning column with the other top schools like Trenton and Bayonne with Segale, Brennan and a few others coming back next year. A beautiful trophy was presented to the school for winning the County Meet. This season was one of the better ones for our Cross Country Team and they held up our school's name through a rough schedule. THEY ALSO RAN Page fifty-six Our football team went into a very tough schedule with an exceptionally light team. Even though harangued by that old "debil", injuries, the fellows showed a fine spirit and succeeded in upsetting a top team, Regional High, which was rated highly by the experts. In the rest of our games, with the exception of Carteret, who we defeated 6-0, we were simply out-played and out-weighed but not out-spirited. All in all, the fellows never gave up trying and we ended the season winning two games and losing six. SCHEDULE Team We They Carteret ,. ,,....., ,.,,. 6 0 Clifford Scott... 0 13 Roselle ..,,........ 7 19 Bound Brook ...,.... ..,. 7 13 Regional .....,.. ....,... 1 2 0 Rahway ..,..,.. ..... 6 19 Roselle Park ..... .,,. O 41 Linden .,......., ,..................., 0 45 Our linesmen were Rich Reck, Al Scales, Norm Lesko, Al Mueller, Charlie Rajoppi, George Kircher, Bill Campbell, Alex Sheddon, Bill Bridgeford, Gene Macor, Lennie Heller, Bill Haller, Eddie Bigos, Howard Hansen, Stanley Krulikowski, Tony Campesi, Robert Mayer, Robert Schmittinger, Bill Wilson, Ray Estinese, ,. ,,, K . A, Q' ,N .QQ-X HAL WETZEL, STATE CHAMP Edleman, Rudy Wadle, Richard Partl, Lawrence Jones, Charlie Krivinik, Rich Boyken, Tom Finn, Frankie Colder, Don Slicer, Joe Sahulka, Rich Sah, Dallas Small. Our backfield men led by Walter Leibowitz, who did the passing and kicking, were Alexander Schriner, Glenn Fiet, Hooey Ottley, Johnny Schon, Mike Bury, Phil Jaeger, Mike Kobin, Lewes Chapman, Joe Visco. GRIDIRON,S GIFT TO THE LADIES , X A, Page fifty-seven WILL-'EE BUTT? This year's afternoon or Freshman-Sophomore football team showed great promise of develop- ing into a really first class team. Their record for this season: Won, 4, Lost, 1, and Tied, 2. With most of these fellows coming back next year and with a few of this year's varsity men as a nucleus, Union High should really make an impressive showing in the coming season. The line as a whole was very good with fellows like Ostertag, Benedict, Regan and Hemhauser as standouts. In the backfield a nice offensive combination of Riedel, Belanger and Schroetter gave out with a fast moving and tricky offensive. Nearly all these fellows were comparatively heavy and by next year with added weight and experience they should be a tough team to stop. V , 335212 , That group of female pulchritude going through calisthenics and seeming to like them on our football field and assembly stage were none other than this year's cheerleaders, a very charming group of young ladies led by Ginnie OUR FUTURE CHAMPS. Hague. They were Ella Ripley, Doris Krug, Bernice Cooney, Rose Marie Grasso, Florence White, Barbara Stein, Elsie Hartmann, and Doris Strunk. They showed plenty of spirit and were a great help in urging the fellows to try to win. "COME ON, LOUDER! SWING THAT CHEER, RAH, RAH!" The Goat Tenders were a gallant group of fellows who cared for our beloved mascot "Willie Butt". Willie, at times, when seeing his beloved Alma Mater being defeated by a foreign school, would give his valiant tenders quite a tussle. Thus we honor these unsung heroes of Willie's scorn, Norman Fisher, Carl Melhorn, Kenneth Diehl. and Howard Melick. The cute little Misses you gallant football spectators saw at our football classics tossing silver barons around like a G.I. rookie tosses a rifle and going through the same kind of agony were our talented twirlers namely, Joyce Eagles, Janice Grafting, Lois McBlane, Janet Schmitt, Helen Sigler, and Jane Colley. Order- ing around these cute little Misses and our noisy but talented band like ll G.I. top kick was the very charming young lady, Hope Cassel, our Drum Majorette. SPRING SPRINTERS THE SPECTATORS' DELIGHT ESQ? Page fiffy-111'iL THE COURT ROMPERS Union I-lighls Basketball team after having a slow SUITE came through with a better than average score this year. All season they showed spurts of real championship play like our game with Roselle Park in which that school received its first defeat in sports since last spring. This year's team, though not as sensational as last year's, was nevertheless a good bunch of fellows who tried their best at all times. Frank Eckert was high scorer for the year and Dean Cassel showed phenomenal ability in foul shooting and was high man in this department. Qur players Page sfxfy were Frank Eckert, Norman Ottley, Dean Cassel, Leroy Parker, Frank Colder, Jack Segale, Don Henrikson, and Tom Leibo. A group of fellows who performed a diihcult and unheralded work were our team managers -Williani Wienkop, Cross Countryg Richard Cristie, Charles Haythorne, Charles Grifhn, Moe Diviny. Footballg and Francis Gentile, Charles Grifhn, Richard Christie and Moe Diviny, Bas- ketball. Withotlt their help Mr. Lake's coach- ing job would not have run as smoothly as it did. To these valiant workers we pay tribute! Last spring Union High had a baseball team for the Hrst time in many years. Mr. Daubner coached the team with the assistance of Mr. Maloney. Since this was the first time Union had baseball, we did not have an organized sched- ule. But from all indications of last year's team in practice games with other schools, this year should find Union High ending the season with a high average. Most of the fellows from last year's team are back again and with a season of playing together under their belts we can expect a fine showing. This year our baseball team is beginning practice indoors early in the season, so with the fellows getting a head start in their training we'll have the jump on many other schools who wait for the first warm weather in spring to begin work. Mr. Stahuber is our coach this year and from what the fellows say, his hitch in the service didnit subtract much from his ability to coach. So herc's wishing the new coach and the team the best of luck in their first season. They have eighteen games scheduled with only four home games. SCHEDULE May Jefferson .......,. .,,,. A way May Roselle Park ...,,.., ,,.... A way May Rahway ..,..... .,.... A way May St. Mary's, Away May Linden . ,,..,. . , Home May Vocational Home June Summit ...,. Away June Hillside .. ,. Away BASEBALL! THE HIT AND RUN BOYS 1946 April 12 Plainfield, two games ,........,.... ,Away April 18 Columbia ....,.,.. ...,.,..... ....,.,. A w ay April 20 Pingry ., Away April 23 Summit ., Home April 26 Roselle , ,... . . . ,, Away April 29 St. Benedict's .. ..,, .,...,. A way May 3 Weequahic ,. . . , .. ...Away May 7 Westheld ., .. .. ....., Away May 10 St. Mary's ...,. ...,.... H ome 1 1, ui in Page sixty-ore Qi.. A ' Jdfhdfffa Girls' athletics started off with a bang this year when approximately 175 Junior, Senior, and C. P. Sophs came out for hockey. We started the ball rolling right away electing Helene Hauck as manager and Jess Sweetland captain for Seniors, Mary Hammond and Claire Her- mans, manager and captain respectively, for the hardhitting Juniorsg and not to forget those up and coming C. P. Sophs, Pat O'Neil and Flora Campbell were chosen as leaders. Our Senior girls did themselves proud in winning five games, losing one, and tying one. The Juniors and Seniors played Regional Juniors and Seniors in our first game. The Seniors won 4-0 and the Juniors tied 1-1. In a return meet with Springfield the Seniors tied 1-1 and the Juniors won 3-0. The only other out of town team played was Hillside whom the Seniors met and beat 2-1. Interclass games started with Seniors beating afternoon Sophs 3-1. Then the Seniors WCl'1t on to beat the C. P. Sophs 2-1 and the Juniors 2-0. But at the close of an otherwise perfect season our ever fast Seniors were overcome by the Alumnae in a close match of 4-3. Each year six girls are chosen to attend the North Jersey Field Hockey Association to com- pete with girls sent from fourteen other schools for places of honorary teams. On November 3, at Chatham, New Jersey, found backfield play- ers, Dolores Kem, Jessie Sweetland, and Charlotte Haynesg forward line players, Pat Kennet, Janet Hoos, and Jeanne Gerndtg and alternates, Ruth Simmons and Ella Ripley in the competition- representing Union's best in hockey. Charlotte Haynes made the first team while Jeanne Gerndt and Dolores Kem were put on the second team. THE STATE CHAMPS Page sixty-two 'YYXNEJ SXYX9-SX 199 5639, MMS G SXYXJS9 Right at the time hockey was organized girls for Umpires Club were called. The name of this club explains itself. These girls were drilled upon the rules and regulations of hockey in order to call fouls and violations. Flora Campbell and Claire Hermans were chosen as managers for the club. As each new sport came up girls were called upon and learned the regulations in order to referee. Better and more orderly games were due to the ofiiciating of these girls. In january basketball was started. Captains and managers were chosen and after several prac- tices, teams were picked from each class. This year the only out of town teams played were Regional and Linden. Both the Juniors and Seniors succumbed to Springfield with the scores of 18-11 and 44-14 respectively. However, we fared better with Linden. Our Seniors won with the score of 21-14, the Juniors 20-9, but the Sophs were beaten 30-21. 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No. Dizzy June 30, 1956 Price 5.001 week WASHINGTON WHISPERS Union's campaign to build a new school was brought to a new high yesterday when Miss Geraldine Borok delivered a speech before the Women's Club of Townley. Her speech was done entirely in poetry. She caused quite a sen- sation in her odd manner, but she said, "to appeal to a poetry lover is an appeal on a higher plane." United States Senator Michael Bury intro- duced a plan into Congress which would termi- nate all homework given by any teacher in the United States. Said Senator Bury, "Through experience I have discovered homework to be a waste of valuable time. Why keep America's younger generation cooped up in a dark room with no companion but 'The Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire'? Besides, homework makes it impossible to develop the mind through such channels as 'Dick Tracy' and 'Terry and the Pirates', which go on the air precisely the time children are doing their homework." Senator Bury's program met with some oppo- sition when Representatives Griffen and Gentile led a filibuster to prevent debate on the mea- sure. Their recitations included such immortal classics as "Ode to a Worm", "Who Stabbed Who With a Frozen Dish Cloth?" and an essay written by Rep. Gentile himself on "World Wide Public Education On Government As A Potential Preventative of Future Wars". Both Representatives feel that homework is an essen- tial part of education. Besides, they don't listen to "Dick Tracy"-they prefer their idol, "Mighty Mouse". ,li..li UNION ALUMNI CHOSEN FOR LEADS IN "MACBETH" Perrel F. Saltneck, famed Broadway producer, has announced the names of the people who have been selected to play the leads in his new- est production of Shakespeare's immortal "Mac- beth", Through some unforseen coincidence, his selections are all alumni of Union High School, Union, New Jersey. Miss June Wolf, star of stage, screen, and television, will play the female lead of Lady Macbeth. Miss Wolf's very close friend and former classmate, Edgar Klughardt, is to play the male lead of Macbeth. Another classmate, Paul Hartmann, will play the part of Banquo in the production. Also in the cast are the Misses Frances Wagner, Hilda Zahn, and Florence McGhee. Since the leads in this play are being played by alumni of Union High School, "Macbeth,' should prove to be a big success on Broadway. IN THE SPOTLIGHT An erstwhile Union student, George Toenes, a clarinet virtuoso, is scheduled to play at Min- skie's famous Russo-American Restaurant, july 3, 1956. Mr. Toenes, a famed musician who has played with the All-Girl Symphonic Orches- tra, the Philadelphia All-Reed-Blowers Orches- tra, and the Orchestra for Hubba-Hubba Boys, has now been honored to play with the great Corn Cobblers. Mr. Toenes specializes in play- ing "Magott's" famed composition in the key of U, scratch it, while turning the pages with his toes. This feat can only be accomplished by a former Union student. Sir Richard Rockstroth Dlaved a bass drum solo on the night of june 13, 1956, at Carnegie Hall. The former Union student was bass drum- mer in the Union Band. Sir Rockstroth's solo consisted of a superb two-measure cadenza. During the performance he broke the side of the drum and had to limit his solo to one beat. Con- sidering his talent, and not his strength, he received a big hand from the audience, consist- ing of his father, his mother-in-law, and Mr. Nick. We are greatly honored that a Union alumnus has played at Carnegie Hall with such great success. Ruth Simmons, Lou Wenisch, and Richard Shellmer, three former Union High students, played at the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Heinz. Miss Simmons played a saxophone solo of "I'll Be Glad When You're Dead, You Rascal You." The selection made a big hit with the mother- in-law. The Messrs. Wenisch and Shellmer played a duet on the trumpet. This performance would have sounded very well but the boys only had one trumpet. They played "Roll Out the Barrel", one rolling it while the other pushed. CHIT'S CHATTER Miss Ingeborg Probst is currently on a danc- ing tour throughout the European countries. Miss Probst recently gave a command perform- ance for the King and Queen of England, who were very impressed with her performance. While at Court, Miss Probst spent a pleasant afternoon teaching the children of the royal family how to dance. Miss Roberta Buob, a graduate of Union High School, has been currently dancing with the Rockettes at Radio City Music Hall in New York. It has been rumored that Cecil B. De- Smill has offered her a contract with the Holly- wood Motion Pictures to star as a second Eleanor Powell, but as yet, this hasn't been confirmed. SPORTS SHORTS Norm Ottley, star forward of DePaul Uni- versity, who broke the all-time Madison Square Garden scoring record in a victorious game against New York University last February, is spending the summer as a representative of the Fuller Brush Company in Union County. It was announced today that Frank Eckert, competing in the National Open Golf Tourna- ment at Miami Beach, nosed out Byron Nelson with a 3 under par 67. Eckert's 72-hole score was 270. At Fenway Park, Boston, yesterday, thou- sands witnessed the brilliant two-hitter of Dean Cassell, hurler of the Boston Red Sox, against the New York Yankees. The Sox won 2-0. Plowing over the goal line in a last minute play, Walt Leibowitz, husky fullback of the Washington Redskins, brought victory to his team in a game with the New York Giants at the Polo Grounds, November 23. Today Leib- owitz signed a two-year contract to assist Hughie Devore at St. Bonaventure's College, Olean, New York. Walt will coach the backs. In the most exciting race of the season, Jack Kern, representing the Union A.C., last week won the Wanamaker Mile at Philadelphia. Jack, after being paced for most of the distance by Les MacMitchell, put on a terrific burst of speed on the last lap to cross the finish line first. SOCIAL SCENES Last night the biggest social event of 1956, the Social Ball of Professional Men and Women of New jersey, was witnessed by thousands. The brilliant glitter of the chandeliers reflected on the colorful gowns and the sparkling jewels of guests. Listed below are some of the guests who attracted the eyes and interest of the crowd: . . . Miss Gloria Bonanno, featured singer at the Metropolitan Opera House, sang an aria from Romeo and Juliet, and was accompanied on the piano by Lynne Waitz. . . . Charles Herzog and his wife were seen swaying to the music of the Farmer Rhythm- ners. Charles supervised the scenery of the affair in his own wood shop. . . . Another distinguished guest was Dick Reag- an, well-known lawyer. He was seen chatting with Lee Hauck, who is teaching Kindergarten in Hicks High. . . . the Medical Profession was also well repre- sented. A group of nurses was seen talking over the condition of a patient, temperature 106 de- grees, chills, abnormal respiration, pneumonia, scarlet fever, and still living. Nurses in this group were Thelma Simmons, R.N.g Ossie Gnd- win, R.N.: Betty Temple, R.N.g and Gladys Ring, R.N. Page seventy-five HARRY C. BRADSHAW coLLEoE JEWELER Class Rings cmd Pins, Medals, Cups, Trophies, Fraternity and Sorority Rings and Pins Ribbons, Pennants, Banners 93 Lafayette Street Newark, N. J COMPLIMENTS OF PLAZA DRUG STORE 1037 Stuyvesant Avenue L. E. Feinerman H. Alexander WALDORF MEN'S SHOP 1023 Stuyvesant Avenue Union, New Jersey We Have Full Line of Advertised Brands UNionville 2-2171 AN Cleaner EE Tailor Bernard Siegall 'A' 1000 Stuyvesant Avenue Union, N. J. unlnulnuu ulllAInllllunlllllunnnn UNionvi11e 2-1142 HUNTER 81 CO., INC 1016 Stuyvesant Avenue Union, New Jersey Gifts - Records Appliances - Radios unrnuunnunnu un Page seventy sez ei Compliments of the UNION HIGH SCHOOL PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION T R E T G L A ' S RESTAURANT a. COCKTAIL BAR Five Points Union, N. J. Best Wishes UNION RECREATION Henry H. Russell uunlulunlnunnnuuumunununmunuunnmmmr nunIIunnnIuIInnuuanunnnsnnnnululuuunu BICYCLES Johnson Outboard Motors UNION SPORT 8. CYCLE SHOP Stuyvesant Ave. UN. 2-2336 ' DR. HENRY MEHR BEST wlsl-IES FRED J. ASMUS 'A' Compliments of J. G. RIES 81 SONS, INC. TRUCKMEN 27 Carrington Street THE WRIGHT STORE OF UNION, INC. Hardware - Housewares B. P. S. Paints 971 Stuyvesant Ave., Union, N. J. Will open new location on corner Axton and Stuyvesant Ave. Newark, New Jersey UNION BOOTERY "Fine Family Foofweo r" X-roy Shoe Fitting 974 Stuyvesant Ave. UN. 2-5480 1unuununnuunnuuuuan Page eighty THE H. A. GREENE CO. I O O SPORTING GOODS - CAMP OUTFITTERS Baseball, Track, Tennis, Golf, Basketball, Football Gym Suits, Hockey Supplies We carry a complete line of Golf Clubs, Bags, Balls and Accessories at very reasonable prices Everything in Sporting Goods or Comp Outfits OUTFITTERS for UNION HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC TEAMS Special Discounts to Union High School Students 30 Halsey Street Newark, New Jersey ' Phone: MArket 3-9605 Page eighty-two OOMPLIMENTS OF H. BOROK, INC. Dealers in Furniture, Radio, Jewelry and other Home Appliances Y V Y 229-35 Springfield Avenue Newark, New Jersey COMPLIMENTS OF LOU and HARRY of HARBRO CUT-RATE fWhelan Agencyj v v v at UNION CENTER COMPLIMENTS OF .lIM'S MARKET Prime Meats, Fancy Poultry, and Groceries 603 Chestnut St., Union, N. J. J. Schweitzer, Prop. UN. 2-3484 nluunnnnllnlunuuunnnninf: Page eighty-th f UNION TOWNSHIP TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION lnnnnuu lmuuuuu llulnluulnluunnu Phone: UNionvil1e 2-3002 UNION PAINT 81 ' HARDWARE CO. 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