Union High School - Booster Yearbook (Union, NJ)

 - Class of 1949

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' A A 'X LN. A , wwk. ., .' ' 2 - A ' h ' T Q I 4, M,.gWfJ' 0 1, f- - ul' drill h I' BU' .Pd 103168,-MC0lUld - J egx 1 , .,, ii: ' ,Q -.,J f'5 ' ii..-A 5,14 ,A ' Y 'f f V iv ' nf ,, I :Ev M. FIEUZ, -: W. g K N, Q 5 .ll I . :, K 1 1 ., ,, "gg, I "J ., J ,L xx 1-1- 1 3 F :QA X 'A f w 1 . , . 4. , za 'X Q 4211, - - .15-nv-,, . " . ,,,g1.f'.' 1' - ,4 :- Q . K T .Y i -z V 1 f i , P V2 w 1 r f N Page sim MISS GRACE M. DURLING Principal MR. CHARLES T. HASSARD Supervising Principal Oi 1, Mrs. M4-nziv, Miss S1-hmicll, zmsl Mrs. W1TPkH I, A X i Hur llvlpingg llumlh ff, I wif I 9,1 , Typ. N 1 NX MH. RICHARD VASTHNE . - Yivv-Prim-ipul MISS .IPISSIE DAYTON MR. HDYVAHD DAUBNER Donn ol' Girls IIPSIII of Boys f cflawa f , Priya' xvrwn X Klf' vc ffifmfdfififfvwl. 6 lf' U4 I , Loft to right, r0arfMr. Momni, Mr. Peach, M1's. Dousinger, Miss Newlin , , i- Mrs. Erwin, Mrs. Jamison, Mr. Ives, Mr. Holcombe, Mr. Marsilli, Mr. ,Il i' Front+Miss Petter. Mrs. Brown, Miss Blulnn, Miss Mahoney, Miss Co alo ' i 135145 , f 1 'tm X Ld Left to ri Holtz Miss Mento Mr I Mrs. Page eight Miss Kane, Miss Pinko. . x M f M iss Feuclit Miss Miss Henry, Mr. ,lu na, Mr. Stallulrer, Mr. Ma y,NMr. Lusliear, Mr. r. Daulr e , 'ss Dayton, Mrs. Arnold, Miss Cro s - " Purcell, Miss Mr. ters. ' A I f7 gff iii?-'g fvfowj IVIWYOYJ ON HEC wall O lfxllvo IS lgdwcgt Of thehq 01 ,JL Jlfffff'-"L -ffflnk oymaxplg, U L1 General X UTI ' , goo reslgtf 'C Corlllllrgfcl, 35 Tllwligl, S ROBERTA, A. 'ASPDFN Cqniplercial, 'Y ,": flBolJ yr 'QThe gentle mind! lby g fle deeds is lgnownf' ,, Hockey Club 2, 39 Glee Club 23 Basketball Clyadr, Modern Dance Club 3, :'Home 00m Treasurdr 23 Umpires C1611 4. .fl ' I 1 Page ten nf 4 I., 1 I , 1. f A DJ ' 1 4, ' 'OI Xfj X, fu "1 ,.'X,' JM ,fr N xr 1 -,fd 'L lf , 7 'l ' If -1 , 'T ' FILWNCC x1y'ABEl5tDl5I'SHU' X GAC actieul aff' Xlfy Alf' " is l'flnbs,,wer' cast fri unl L' leldzgor ezbnrfgilort Quan ' dst d." "' ,P 4 I . ,' l . Nllfllotbnll 1Jfnu.5b..11 2. f I T' A? , ,X ' ' ' XX , .Q D N AMQQQAIAKER l Lf wr A Rf ' 's lar lil! ' 'cc Els rf nutur 'P . Q udeni fil- 1 ' sic Squu us lbal , 3, 43 , ' Bnsdba 1, 2, , Booster 4. y LI A H B M A A cial ' etty" char g enote zu ea pers ity." :Wo Treas 3 de , oclaey ' 13 ft- Club I3 U es Club 23 dent Council 23 Lost 81 ound 23 Club 2. WILLIAM BELFORD Collgje Preparatory "Bill" " c th a m unner." s If , 33 sket W H M wfjjff AILEY ener " e IS as ne e , lmugi socl hole- Mm 1 e c .' ' Bus ethnl 4. h , , 3 L J' lf M by - ff ld 'Agpry A ARHXE ' ene all ' S ' es' A Q yiple t 1 ' . rl ls: '15 Stu fl n 3 3 Mo ng 3' cg plres Clu , 43 Ba' et- ffball , 43 Hockey 3. RY L om u u" e app ess uv V' MW Jjyk llnfglgn fftifatpons Gee , M Q Mia, , Z Q A.1 As Squad, 33 Maonitopfsquud 4 Aff' , NN MA Gener X ab' "A tr ' is the grente - b sings." ll ee Club 1. 3 - Page eleven' 'iw Mum WL 'lo ,QM yv-v"' ff "' ' ff.-WT' PHYLLIS JANE BEYER General "Phyll" "Good humor lends lasting charm." Hockey lg Basketball 1. I! '- BEVERL IERT a -. fa f 2 Elf, .BIBA ffl? WZ ,. racwfflt Arts ' is like the quiet Fire Squad 2. V EDWARD BOGERT A PF C 1 B :VBA f ' 'actival kirts 0 e repaid ry f Q ff! "Ed iel' or "B0gY', e' li a ice f Qdne d . l J' f 1 a i j ' 5, P+ iffthefproof of :juapjvr I e Clu 2, ' ra If ln fl' l QI. v I, uh af 'c ua , 3 ' xl 0 V , Mod a n 3, 00 Q! u , s etb u g 4, n C litt - f 2 IM JJ' RO LD L. B0 H j, W K 7 fad SERT G ,. solos colgtflvr il H f e 8' K I f . N , X ' "A, 'r who mak efgnall noise ' ,, S eec great but ls isymtter tli n ne who is but ters :vh echof' f f D 2, , Footba - ' Bas l 1, 2g ' AC lttee 3, 4gUsher , 23' Traffic Squad . J ., EW Ngo, AUTI 7 flu, OAN B IG Commerai " e . C0mU4?'Ci "Jo" f nny at . fisting ' s-.nice to n liral when rie hi , lCI'6.,, 'ou re naturally n . S a ' - Home. Basketball Clu 23 Home- r00m room Secretary 2. et r nd T urer 3. In 9 FRANK 'BSXJQLEY BEVERLY ANN BREINING 'l S cnera ' , X' l Genethlk' l ? ffue th ' oulfu es' Yj?:l'i1lt,Er1endsh1p every bur ns ' 1 . A oni Squ 4. P " g , X Glee Club , 3 'c Q 4' ' p."" Club 1, 45 i uad 3 X , f J f Student Co il ' sk tball ,qw cm: Biqlilke iltljfflagad. er . If MP 'J M so M A A J ,gy b ,A pr fix 2 1 Yi j 46 'Y sn' K Qin!! , .JI "'4 n fx o 'N A NP lp,-4 it P t l N 4 1 J ' ' .lf age we 've ,y , ' v' ff X p l ll lx". I I 3 W fm vw 1' 5 . ,J v -- 1 I r ,Za bn , L V .ij 1' 2 r ' A . J Q! N 0 pf! l , N ln ' J JAMES BROWN Practical Arts "Jimmie" u 'O - gy MWUO N Shi, ei5J, N "E" 'X ,Q ljoke is ry seribus ing." ckey 3 Basketball lg Mod- Da ,in 13 Booster 43 Soft- ll 97:7 X v-XJ "Be always merry as ever you can, for no one delights in a sorrowful man." Cross Country 1: Vice-Presi- dent of Senior Class. fly? R BF1i'lx'L. BROWN' Colle rn o it-k" Gfnem Q li, iinedn Q ,Tate ie nl hi W yL'lrSilence seld hurts." ' . - f , C0 A l ! A C M 5 . ,sh YK .th X f ' 5. - N lg ,,,+"Jomx:' AN U MARJORIE KAY BRUN'IiBR P, yagelwl l 'tg 6 Freparatory, 1 f'Mxii-gie" ra .56 readilee f ree ftshe mde mat doth 8 1, t If F 'Il' V Af' sf, ' G1-to 91-thlrfffs, 4: M ' K 2:3j,f3, 4g Congesgzn 2' . -, , , 12 345.42 f fy jygmft 'axis llf , 1.1 . xi 5' ' . ' S 3 W fwfr cw ' M MQ, D RD'.Bu'li'NEY N. 3 Jr.. enera "Ed" j ien r born timadef' I nd 2: n etball g r , 3, 43 Fo tball lg X S 1 r uncil Representative. JOE BURFIELD General "Joe" "His silence is equaled by his strength." Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Home Room President 13 Indoor Truck 3, 4g Track 2. Og? ,, V ' T t.,.'p I 47 .a I .' X J 47 . .lx if Nifffgiywfj F80 I S is 06, 1 is WF0 hal , , a, all 4- B , 3, 43 'QQ - ass r t 1, 2, 3, 43 , -4,f f . . d , t 'ang will 4 k PATRIC V Com . "Pat" an es ' Q t- angel I ft c I ' ." Glee gi U , 2, 3, 43 Monitor S'u d omeroom Secretary LUMo rn Dancing 3, 4: eerle er 2, 3, 4: Hockey 1, 2 U 1 at Club 1, 2g 1 43 Umpires Page thirteen 313 Ng,l'J ML ' 'r 11.- f , w EANOR, BUSCVH fp". eral ' "Cook" f bf- "She must be merry and free." 6 Monitor Squad 3. ,. gffj ICMQJ , xr? FRF ' A A I 1' ac ' . HP acher 1 J' V ut for ' A 1 7' - 1 "fi jf L IF? lib??lHUsh 0 qu se 3 , l A, 3 v e 9 1 ire quad 2, 3 gjlbly ,H L' S d 2. U 12 . ' - " I J - MICHELINA LINDA X , CAMPESI Comrnercial 3 ,LEX , "Miekey" V -J'Sl1e flitsJ-,aroun smerrilybring- ing joywlierexger' she goes." . ,, .VX , - xg Secretary-Treasuxfer of Home- roomg Odds and Ends Mimeo- graph Editor fl-3 Horkey 'Clubx33 Odds and Ends 33 Volleyball ,Club 3g Dance Club 3. 1 ' I . h. I EVELYN ANN CASEYH N Commermjial .5 4 "Casey"' "The Xway to ake 'friends' is to be frifehdklyf' ' k ,V Clee Cluljfl, , 3, 4Q,V01lCy- ' ,ball 23 Softball ,l 23Xl'I6'ckey 1,- N -2, 3 Basketball 2,A3g mpg- er lnpires 2g mpires b 2, fr 33 onitor Squ 1, 43,Traffic , :guild iihifltlds and'Ends 333, 0 er ncp 3.',' . If, .XX ' kk ,-:V .- FRAN NADEAN L V ,' C ABTREE Q General a'Texas" "Freckles ' ador her faoe and hong? beax draws its basefr ' ein - ,, ' x . W ' ibdernlflaneing 3, 4g Basket- 14. L.. ck ,Xxx xxx IJ . ll ' W4 f 5 5, ,, Y I' My 51 Ends 3 11 A Ann" w e h jett locks, in U - as' Jresse o 1 . f A I1 I lee ub , , 23 DI atic 5 h 3 flfinpires C 23 lub , 43 Sl t ' , dern ' Cl 3, . , 4 f WMIAR c ITO lGeneral "Ja 'qi' '6Life-is what e it., Bask t 1, 2, 1 43 oc 1, 2 , on' ua 3, ic S ' Dra tic b 1. J ROME J. CONTI General ".lerry', "For all he says is pleasant? f OZANDER CURRY G neral ubble" ' great 0 h tl a eat 'ty." se all , 3 Football 2, 3, 4 Tr E-Q0-wwf, Ji age ' 1 V I . IV' Page fourteen aff? . J I 5 Lf "X" QV HEL1-113,15 'LE College P aratory quiet gentl m Clee C , 3, 45 Monitor Squad 1, odern Dance Club 3, 4g etball Club 4. l"LORENCPI,fDAVENPORT Commegfnlj "ly ,,, w 'v!gf'manner s gen oujfopen .Incl sinver ' ,V mee Qub lrfg 4g G15 Club Librarian 2' orkey ub 1 4- Moaem .til Bgpiuf Staff ' ibr" 5 tuff 1, 2g0dds und nds 4,-lshaxetball Club 4. WARREN DELPIT le reparalory " ar" a ' paint the su ." if S nd 3, 3 Usher .quad 3, 4: ' lshers ' ad 43 Activ- ities Council - 3, 4. ,J f CD we W 4 4 We 4 W .4 . . 7' f in e IS l e the w rlggof ,U ' .W I l UW- ' Af 'luyfu ,fs, 44 volley- Ul, 2g a e Choi' '55-Eyickey v 4. gf KP l JACK DEVAN C0 Preparat N ' o,,.lnrk g tl - was . r . - Qoaag H dB' 3 4 dds an ' Edit r 4 Booster 'Qc , Bfyost r rafflbxlighbihxd 1 ibI I an QW -Rf fx Sy N V E s ' .wal I . I P, J JI! ' ff " , X df 9 if il' X ,ff if X In fy 1 lf, I 1 AN E DOI,0llES QAMRTO , .f f Comfnelfjhf I ff V, 'Uyn' "Tlnffdvinkle in her efes re- , , fleets the Qzidness in liar heart."I 'J 1 I Bdostelz Staff :lg Mguyrn Dance 4: Odds and Ends 43 Hockey Cl b 4g Glee Club 4. ROBERT .J fy! ' JOHN DEL RUSSO ractical Arts "Del" "He relished a joke and re- joiced in a pun." Football 1, 2, 33 Fire Squad 23 Usher Squad 23 Baseball 2. MILDRED DeMAYO General "Millie,' "I never regret that I have been silentg, 4 pvj, V dv 6, ,J Zigi - O TZOLD 1' C n asJOE99 " is lsc that makes a ill." 1 , I aseball 3. Page fifteen .ll a w W Qfmwl lj if r W Q N . I GG l 97 'F f work interferes with pleas- urewgive up workf, U ' N S Co e al 'gEv" oo se lea ' iv . , MV My .' A, af, no My ' :QA CARL'-Dim x pzf X, A Qfflik' BLM Collegelgpreparatorx tl X I "He spoke,,a11dlwas' 'longer a vstEn,nger."x V ..f K' V,. 1 V .-. L J.. Fo qbgl 4. A EBNER ' I HRA fellow of oo J W K M A quad lg J , I Page sixteen W? F MW JM AR ANNE DONNELLY General "Pe g's" 'gBe good, sweet maid, and let who will be witty." gf" 1 wtf 'iff Q R RT o C e P ra png? FA e io r r o is ' sg a s ' f ve 0 i NZM 1, , 43 e n , ' o oo re nt l 3 tu: u ci , 4' T ffic ad ' atic 3, 43 cti ies Fduncil 43 ds and Endgfl, 4, Booster Staff 4. H' STER G gal "Johnny" fl J "He sp fu augh ellsf' ' o ll , asketball K XSL AQ ' , rack , . ' , r' 'f lence IS tr wls Stud ni Co 1 a 4 omton quad I dds nds 2. f 5 ,. . , A' ' 4 rf fm ,E 5 N . olle? gjiiieparlv ' A icl-1" His? - .12 - H x. 0 il Ny v! I fi ,fe 0 ., ,QU J-J A'7'Pr La Arts Artic" ARRQIJR EMERSON 0 'tis jesting that spins the avy world around." W WR QW lNkl6Il. H '4 C cial f7YN'Wisdom is the highest achieve- ment of man." Traffic Squad l, 23 Monitor Squad l, 2, 4: Fire Squad 2, 3, fl-3 Jersey Boys' State 3. f Xp 1 1M X N QQXJ Xlmkgc kcpurf- r 1 ,x l ' 9 X W M 'T' A N "The ' s a "1 of x Busu ar l, Gif I l -f,.!KU,u. 'ff Vx D 1 . 5 !p,0A6ll! Il,"1 , lJXNryv. ' jilqnllpdlffial 2 'QI L3 fa Mlanie' hlgu: ing ll? tailor ol vir- tu ." " Q f f lil Basketball lI,! 2, 3, 4g Hotfkey Club l, 2. 3, 4g Basebnu 1, 2g Volleyball 1, 2: Bnfoster Staff jg Drnmulic Club 1: Umpires '2, 3, 43 Clce Club l3, 4: Modern Dance 3, 4-3 Foul Shooting 1, 2g Secretary-Trensurerx Homeroom 4. 'WX I, l SAM FAIEVLL0 ff' AN Y, '- Geneg V N 1.4, ' xx' X1 m kpbttnfnolbls humorous." lXFo?stlnill" sl, M rf KX? My I I 1 X, uonorms ANNE FILIPEIE Comr?oiQ LIDO!" "lg h his andwlkpy hours wma .NO e ' IA, omeroom Secretar , 2' etbnll Club I 2 nl s Club 23 Odds " abd, 1-:nas 4. ROBERT EMRICH Practical Arts l . "Bugs" "A little nonsense is pleasant ndw and then." Traflic Squad , 23 Fire Squad eyes." Modern J fy , JO 'D ROBERT ENTRESS x thoughts." ' X' 'f,:if4,tQS ji . V 3 4 A N U 9, College freiinratory "Bob" a 1 " -' Nh "Silent men 5" 311 e J great Tram-k 3, 4g ross Country U J . lle e c ar ud" "A re l y hy ore ?" bul , y , 4: e l llfil , ,Q 4: eter' ' cl Jud Co , , 4 uditor' S1 ds a 'nds , . 9 Page seventeen - Z.. 1,41 J Ilya . osfan sgatti' Arts' , X' " , N f " "A dimple thefi-hifi, a devil wiwf Fire Squad 1, 2, 3, 4. 909' na wwll ef, f ffb gg ff. 6+ fb I 0 Lgtlr' AU .IO F E U omngszillv 'K alW:Alld" 6 HSTXM? done herfpae as ev b 0.118 rful wmv 0 Ddamatic lg gig' Club fn! C ub b ary Staff 1, asketballfvl ft- ball lugmModern Dal ' 35 Q ra Club 3. . M LSIE K Q, '- CC ege Prep ory .t 'el reatest easu Cixi life 5 V 'fConvkPf4in is pe of sthe Q7 E ' , ' -7' ' Y fzxisletbmljgpi 3:12 e - ,b l, Z: g oftbawf 5 Glee u 3 Dram 'c Club 23 fhgyffz 4 Modern Dance 3, A4 'AUmpiI'es Club 43 Odds and I Ends 43 French Club 43 Booster Staff 4. JOHN FIRENCHU ' - ,V Practical Arts X Q "Jack,' 4 'K . "Silence and thoughtxhurt no man." X X I '- XX x K KN, 4 ' , - X -q 1 - PHILIPSFRI I X General X A' "0ppy" 1' ,FtAn honest' man is noblest work of man."' - Page eighteen x xi L .' ,V I ' X' V H . f SANTINA-A FOTQ 2' College Preparatory ' "Tipa" "Sweet Jiri manners, faiti 'in' 7 u. I favorf' ' ' I f' Glee Clbb' 1, 2, 3, 4g Clem! Club lltibrariang ,Traffic Squad 1, 2, 4, Basketball 3, ftp, 1 Hockey Clubf 3, -42 Dramatic Club' 145 .,Homeroom f reasur r 2g Hdm'eroom.Vice-Pr ident lg 1 Activities ,Council '46 Booster Commiitee' 4g ,Booster Staff-X43 f Cleel- C tub ' Secretary Q 4. ' ' J 'I ' L FLORIQNCE MILDRED ' FRANK Commercial "Curly', "Thy fair hair, my heart en- chained? . f ,Clec Club 1, 4g Homeroom Secretary 13 Basketball 1, 23 Umpires Club 29 Odds' and Ends' 4. , LOUIS FREEMAN GQIBCTBI f "Lehy" "Silenc?p'ei'suades when Speak-' 'ing fails." Y ' ' . f .romuall k 4. '- Q aber' 6 Cgtyil 1 I" "I lilgagl-Him m1.Q?he seems plain and honest." WILLIAM J. FURZE College Preparatory "Bill', "A neat appearance reflects a manis character." Fire Squad 1, 25 Camera Club 3, 4: Odds and Ends 3, 43 Con- gestion Squad l, 23 Booster Staff 4. f If jf, I , X117 'J,Z4,!, I tl ,J lf fr", X , , , fl 7l 'V X f 4' ,ll f ' ' 1 f W, f 4' ' I V, I f If 4 W' f V LU! fly f I' l j - lj DOLORES V. GAIL Commerrial "D C" "Art is llle stored honey of the human soul." Clue Club lg Busketllull 1, 23 Foul Shooting 1, 25 omeroom Treasurer 3g Hockey 3 Booster 4. J. , I .J 5 fb J: U. Ayn njqmm GAIQSS I ll fisllleg jmep 'ltory A i ull" "S mi ln an dfirtltut l 15024 :lvl nn? kngm ' cro JUMP dent J., 35 F ll an . S ' nt oin ilf2,E'Exe1-utiire n- ,Mxu , Hip Ltb.lll,23 tu- 4-il Old! and Endsgm: M' - to ,,, Wwe if eneral v es "Care's an enemy to life." uf . u , .,1.-3 . ,,.c.g1,xfrs'cARcA own' Wea , C f 1. 2, G, 5, Lf' 1 ,L 11 'U lh5ko0UlS , H166 izyllldflrf t zgr . ,ww , , I OOSI fmgwtl il 1,',2,f3 .4g,T - V "igfll3Q?"g'lZQ5 lilJi'ar'iliat!es'k'l?gg ostq AAA emblyl qqnA3,,4. fo Qflffl tffflm Ji 'W JRR , f E oaggruwiu fy WM RT xkDifvlllllYIlLJl'l8lX' L l"S i Q' ML 'e lp' "Shorty" Il f?p:wiFL?WfQfff6ff-f of J Q x'Vg"'3' 'Q " ol lllgnsetbaillg 'lrkey--,IQ 'Q , A Wh Monitor Squad 3. o ' ,-3951: v 2 4 V ,Ulu 21' '. ' Q ' ,f '54 'Tl l , Vive-P sid o V' 'J Dqjr M LICK LEO J. GILMARTIN JR. ' r l 'Kuthy" Gisllegall' mi uGiln M I th es banquet X I is t e est books. wee le h' und 13 Student unc Agar Squad 44 C108 Club ' HUBERT CIORDANO I Practical Arts "Gump" "Spench'is great, but silence is greater." Trick 2, u 3 Libra: r taff ' 3 4 T d 1- .lf5Q5.ASSEN e -as X LAB dw eugy q u "H ert 'Ha cheerful dis- Lyfsiti ,lil iii-6 S , 3 Football 1iQfIanager 2, 3' r k 1. Page nineteen if swf- ,h,!'l ,,,"'j tv', Nz" , r .1 f ff" ffl I 1, I .I U. "' .Ar . 1 ALFRED GEANT Practical Arts "Al" "As upright as the cedar." Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Track 2. RENA M. GROSSMAN N Generali, M, Q. 5'Recn" E Q- . ."' . J . iffh IS xynierrsuilent ln er 1 NJ' qu' v- om oom flredsui . e V 'uid v J grill mer m ' Sec a lg X " Q . . X2 M. 1 'J A w 5 K'NNE'I'H .HAG 5 6' :Ike of et not ad- vantage ipf' Baseball 4. C 6 lgiiwqmn ry ' en,, CERT I-MBE HANSEN sf, ix X ,k ge at0 y L "Cert" I Gi 5 Q I .93 hgifiits arslm ho y 2x 3 oc ey E a ' -1'2s A 43 U pir, , ga, 3: ,Ba et- 0 il o Mod rin an , 4 tlels tl n s 3, J . ' . g 'rf I-zuftgrvl b1l,2, 3 ul o g 1, eball ls , Wo X ua , - E d Dec Tennls 3 Booster Staff, . . ' . jQHN'S HAUGf Practical Arts h "lack: "The worldlbelongs to the enl ergeticf' . . 4 Football'iMunager 'l, 2, 3, 43 Fire Squad 1, 2, 3, 4,3 Wrestling Mzinager 1, '23 Booster Staff 4, Basketball Mai1ager'3, 4g Trhf- fic Squad lg Activities Council 1, 3, 4. , . 1 v - 1 . I H p 1 gf 1 'X 1 1 V ,' 1 fi " - ' 1 IX I , 1 1- - ' , 1 ' ROSEMAQKIE lv. nw' ilimlillleejyiall Q ' X Q "Do I R, P "Mirlh lllllklig X the ylygnqt t sweeter." ' .."1 X 1' 5 lysillllillll' glulr l, 23 Allqfllir l 1:1 I 1. -4 ima sumti.. , zij Htz'key lub I, 2, 43 Blliiktflkll l X Cll 9 L, 2, 43 Clie Club.l3 Ho tug Stdlf 4:-Softball l3s23 A ' flines I Club ' l, 23 'Public' Speaking ll X . V I I rf! ' I M! : fx ' in' ll ,W V i w -36- 'O 5 J! 1, . 0 f r , LOIS AYN 3 ' V llege Pre atory ffl'-gfo' ' akes Heaven dx owsy with the kllarmonyf' 1 Clem, Club , 2, 3, 43 Dra la- f m- aiu IL 3 vi.-e-Presigypalxdff llran ' Club 23 UIIIDSFBS Club 2, 3 43 Hockey 'Club 1, 2,36 43 Xkmlleyball 1, ' Modern nc- ing 3, 43'O s and Ends 3, 43 Booster,.S'taff 43 Foul Shooting l, 23 Basketball 1, 2. 3, 43 Base- ball 1, 23 Baseball Captain 23 fa Homeroom Serretary 33 Home- ! .h roo Treasurer 4. QW Ali TI J 3 , I 3 7 . Af-1 an Q ea 3 HIE EBELER Io rvi ' ' ' ' 5 U f ' J 5 0 'o g 'eparatory "Heb" ,lf Virlu -fits 0Was,f5i'1ll'd., we . f f -ef' . ' was 0 ' stature made him Uvllblllvlwl M 2' ' great." 'lf sf Q ' T , 3 v 4 Usher Squad 1, 23 Wrestling 1 I L , f R0ll!CR'Qu ,IWN fx A ,, I Collt-goxlwiarzltor q 'X 'iiiyv r , ! v . , x , r ' r a . L "M:x,li-igiust, lngkl: A 11 an -ls X, jf, g . sins V fl I "U ' .ll 1 H ,f 1.11, 2,3 - I qlbllancl , 2, 3, fgglllanhe and 5 ll s' 'W S q' fl 3 1 - 4 2, 3, loll MfTrark lg Senior 23' U07 -:?3fe' . ', .4 rk lu l,', ,43 " n v I. n es. 4. D64 , ' g , 43 asebal 1 ' , l'o t f 43 A rgres A Il 3 ' Ends 4. if I fl ll 'Jossvu HELKE y ERNEST MM N L Practifuxl Arts " ' "Job" C new :BETH "More 'haye repented speevh A Usiyl' 95 PM in than silence." ,O ml er alone can Fffefsqund f e al "Blondie" Lf w y re. to e : helping nn e l HEMPEL fl JI W 1 ' P14 !U f of N vb ,Q I qw DENISE HENNESSY College Preparatory "Denny" "Softly speak and sweetly s 'lent ra ic Club 1, 23 Glee lu , 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 23 etball 2, 3, 43 Baseball 23 ds and Ends 3, 43 Hockey 3g Modern Danving 3, 4. uf x I il' ,J Page twenty-one X 'J . 'My ft' 3,5 1 ALTE . HERKS dl C lege. a y 'W' "Al door re' en cour- tesy." , - sket L, , 1 an 1, QTl' ff1C s - om Pr 'den ' , ross un- 'I , uk, 43All S I fl, an ' estra 23 ds. gf Ends 3 . of -we . If . A , ,--'inf' - RUbSELI.fHERT1?1R " 3 , X , A. -.. Practical Arts , Hllussq . . . 3 J J-' "A smooth-fa"c::d gentle-,afaglg 5 . . X Q ' 1 X Football 1, QAS,-43 Tfack 1: 2, 3, 4g Basketball 23 Ho - room Vice-President 13 Fige tl Squad 23 Indoor Track 3 3 , 'G eral 1 5 wo s N13 lei of if ESZTELLE ALIACE HILL Commercial , 'Trish' "The only way to have a friend is,1o onef' . - ' A A Homeroom Secretary' 1, '23 Glee Cl'i1b,'13fUramatic Club 13 Hockey 1, 2g Basjcetbalflfcldlhlg Junior - Rirrgwcommittee. 'I I . . ALBERT HGFFMAN College Preparatory HAI" "Amusement grows out of work." A . Fire Squad 2. , ' x Page twenty-two f V Ends oos Bearer Editor of dds and 'N KALPHLIIEWITT , willy!! , 7, " , fCenj:Lixl," K .' "Ralph" g'Bashfulness,fis an enemy to pouerty.,'lfiA f was .L I, ',k1" - 1 Genxl "B N-JJ! 5'Wh8ever is do' is g ,aworth d ' wellf, Mfg 2, 4. W W CH CW repara y "E" 9" o win r' s is no great task N . Dr a Cl , 4' Ll 2, 4: ' 3111131 9 Clu 3 B ster aff 3 s an 3, 311 e ancing 4. D0RfQSEDYJAJNbF-HOHPMAN eral ' 'AN 'J' !"Dotty" f gilfbeiie ' "1 Q ery 'for beau- J ty lil? ' Je 'fb- 1, V , f ee Bjf Basketball b , Modern Dhnc' gf' 3 3 TM fi Squad 23 Nfoniilrr quad 43 O s and Ends 3. .W ft , I LV V m I V! ' xl l ' V tl" A 'AP-.ff at !l'r"1V V ff N. +A X 4 Ml J ,xv ,! i ,M L-ll l Af k1THOMMSV ANN X ' Q-:AURHDRA Hom' jC!l'raM-al rteikffi QJYIST mi' Gfnefhl A i "Tull, ,QA ,icvohe l,lm,,f,Lpg,f' ji fvflii iilent countenance often , N, u 4 spea s. l 4ll 31 f Transfer from Alabama. fyfb 'diff f A . Ll! . , A f f A CAROL HOLUBP 1 College l'reparatoryr,fj'0irnpleQ" Y ' 1 ,. 'Z'l'lne sim-ere alone ,can yrecog- f nizc sinaerityff' L Clee Chill l. 2. 3: lvbdern Dana-ing 3, 4: Basketball Club ' isofkuy Club 4. , ,IVR ,HA ARA JOAN IRWINE C1 , 'reparatory ullarbi' ho aklyrse, my kingdom f a rs. ' v y ' A " ji . - 4: rkey ' 'fn If , , , ffic quad 1, i J, - '.'...'.p Cl 1. 2. 3, 1 I ,A tt En 4: Basket- frg n . 1, 2: pires Club 1 , 3 . onitor . und 3: Base- , Club l, : odern Danv- lllf! 3. 4. ,. I f if K ',' ra i ' ' JA ETT Collieg "Greta" ' ." p rom rare l'm fr ! y n't fey all ron- ! I . ?,, Y nd 2 J. ' ' ' , lland , , ' 1 Basket- all . 2, . : Baseball , , I, , oder nvinu 3, 4: lcls d Ends Q, 4: Hockey . . 3. 4: Offirial Club 3, 4: I ter Staff 4: Volleyball Fm: l 4 . NEIL A. JESPERSON Generali I 1. "Ma:-wil" fm "Blue eyes, curly Hair, an an- N swer to a maiden's 'prayerf' x , Cross Country 2. l .- 1, . f . A . S. Q 54 I-if V 3 'LQ r -518127 5' K B 5444417 XZQQQ, RUSSELL H. HULSIZER College Preparatory "Russ" "What shall I do to he forever known, and make the age to rome my own." Band 2. 3, 4: Dance Band 3, 4: Fire Squad 1, 2: Dramatic Club 1, 2: Public Speaking 1. EDWARD JACKSON General "Eddie" Wit il' which .. t rings mio rnselves fl 'HIVIQJF aiiager 4. OV Cene . - es as 45 ILL JON S eral 0 'sBill" 'Sli' ellie ,w s d to have sw: w as 1. Page twenty-three f CY LEEK ET 1 sf' ROBERT T. JOUBERT ' ,a0Mffil'Arts .,-' H ' 'E lghnaii' f pgoper gifzpdltal yvfry' J. , Dramatic Cl b. lg-IL 'P'-J P ' if f. ,I f 3 sf! ,SAN M its 'tp QB, 53 r Joi, N nnuef-vii, ' It Q ,as ' as t'She hath a nalbral aibe sinf centy. " - X it n, ,J , A., Hock -Club lg Basketlibll 1, 2, 3, , Vofljyball 1, 2, 4, Soft- b Clulj , 2g Volleyball Cap- t n l.' JOSEP AN ij? m smiles ml' e twew ty-fo 1l1' . 1 fl MSLIZABE L N 8T C GG At r ctl e t lrougll r d al y ' IC Squad 24QDo t , nd End f,..'z WJM P3 ' ROBERT KASTNER , College Preparatory "Bob bf Q '6Knowledge is power." Ny Public Speaking lg Dramatu S Club 1, 2, 4. lt ege epar tory r U'E LERGJ f sc P CVB 0 '00IIl ICC- S l. e an e u , w' g t oom eta y 2 H id Il 0l'l lyggr p' rut ii 1 ll av talfiiith, af eas 7 to thi about,"' I 'VM K ,I jim Squ , 2, ra quad tain7 1 oni qu" 's S il ' J 2 t et uncl mPeient ' ager of limpfgfglu ' Odd nd f. 43' icial oun ll : f 1, Mig . if Ends' 2 3' 'K ails t ubJ JI 1, 2, 3 t all 13 Moder ancing 4 heel ead- ing 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Dramatic Club 1, 2g Umpires Club 2, 3, 43 President of Dra- matic Club 1g Hockey Club l, 2, 3, 43 Softball Club 1, 2g Booster S ff 45 Citizenship In- stitut lA M KFRNER C lle X atory Tat" ent than Band 1, 2, 3, , rchestra 3, 43 Dance Band 3, 4g Basketball Club 3g Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4, Modern Dancing 3. o wa with M0 BQGQWWQUM 1 STUART KLABIN College I'rep:lrotory "Stu" "Good 1'luu'au'tor is human nn ture in its lnrst lormf' Homeroom Treasurer 4: Coll' 4: Booster Stoll' tl: Buse- lmll 4. WAl,'l'lCR KLYMCIW l'rau'tim':ll Arts "Klym" "A mam of low words." LJ - 1' 1 A ff 14013346 Y Q 'I J ' A , yyilllllll If A L UUYM fl'. ewetwfl of J, the-zpositionf' 1 :troy ll soul!! f!'la : ' , 4 f ee Cl L-7 Home ,J V' we-P ,sid VI-Iogfiogm ., L ,l? y 9' llds gre! . s 4. ffff, l K f ' U . FN vxofznnr SLRUECIQR f, p.Eohirnert'ial'y ' -QFD! BQY? f Cjoyfull-muy your heart be -nl- . .' as V W' X ' X f . wnys. A q ' , ,f ' JXP Batslgethull l, 2, 3, 4: Halse- bull fl, 2, 4, ll0ll'llCI'00lQl Presi- ,' tlerit 3, 4. ,V t. 1 . , ,V HERMAN P. KUEHN H College Preparatory "Harm" "l live in n rrowd of jollityf' -. Usherr Squad 2: Basketball 2, 3,03 Homeroom Treasurer 3. f. 'rf"'A"" zuji-f.,,,wUvv:'3 ff-', x X f .IEA 'VJ tw, 4 UW t. ,ff dd r ' V" ' fiyiaff Nstatfixv' Q! ,,nm?WwWff ues us pw . w , Sta to re aratopy "Helen" ELEN SUE KOCI fl E "A ' py li -tran- l mind," ee oul L 00 g Dramatic 1,,2f3, 43 p 1, 2, f, N Q 9 : Scrretary 3 0 uad W 2, 3, 4gY4,QjBs3p1ld nds' Ig iltYIodenvf'TEl'lffi:xg,4g Booster Sm 4."f f .ffl .,4fC4,,,! H . 1 ' fw:BQUg,59Q2.6wf4,W f Lolxiltffrqiuls I "Dorm" ' tinotlggitfiilre Krlpg 'in mlilg- 'fwfb 7 ' f. ' 'll -,Q : 6 ri :fx - .f Band 1,L2,j,,. -f J N, ., 'l f X .H A W lit 4 -on Qgtbln fl' ,I pbfwwlvf K' OR . RU K S X - lf 0.12 L ,X ' rm VV-I A A nina " f' Qs Ji ' X MM gfvm at we 1341-glziitsifis 1 , U Eildsofi rnxlyiuu' " L s an ' " JW KP aff wf ff' X A 1, . ,nf WAQJIVA Y ROL KUEHNLE J ' qv M8111 M? er WV ' peedy" 'Pali 113 a ntleness are pox .' ,Ji 1 4 L astifll 23 -Bn z ce ' l nior Ring . n ' J 3 "' ' 3: 3 Umptres Holamy 3, 4: Booster Staff 4. Page twenty-five f f V ALBERT C. LANG Pravtival Arts "Al" "Brown eyes sparklingavitll a quiet humor." ' Football 2, 33 Track 1. . A PMA 1' Ka, Q-ff! erE1 AfIyfiiACH a edv GRD eparQlHy lk " .i 'leripnii ingnlllige e-go hand in than 3 . b. g . f Sf HEY, 1 IQ, N 'f tl Q34 WQQV fx- 3 Nw' , . ,W ,X , D,-Rtzprlzr J. LEWIS D L,-Jfiolleg-pi reparatory '4Bob" 1 ,fW'ller.e there 'is music there can 'gp' be no harm." Band 1, ZX 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, fig Booster Staff 45 French Club 47 4 -N I, ,i'4 .J 1 N 14- VJ Ylfl U. 'VJ f . 1 I 'J1v1ARIfYNq,L. Lyilfr Ll f ' 1 at A lf qlffflom ercial I U 'if fL nlif, J J j'l'1'anQ,'sorrmlw,Klcit's lie A err if if' Modern ance ,gf 4, ,Qs ..ubv.1, 2,143 O and- n ,li 3, 1 'Traffic Squad 3 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 43 Hockey lg Lib a- ry Staff 1 m 7 A jJ ACH C ll epavra o i "A r se io s alter." Y W a . M' ' off' Page twenty-six UQ, A 1611 J , -1 ,J . JI, ff ff " v .f ' AQ.. ytlywgf Qjtly, jzffgreral Luke J e qw t then . en should !,be."' 3' W ,' ' 1' 4' ' . W X. . fl XCLAIBE ANNE' LEHMANN. o Y' " College Preparatoryx "Claire" MA due' sincerity gnxernls her . deeds." ' ' f Basketball 2, 43 Baseball 25 Hockey 2, 4-3 Umpires Club 2, '11, Modern Danve 4. L ' ll N yn r . - HERBERT LUCK1 ,, .P College fsreparaloryy "Herb" "life bright ,niidi jovial among your friends." I., . e ' ' Social Committee 3, 4-. A . ' , v . 1 I L L 1 I f j , J , ' - fnbekisfr. UYNA5 'S College me rator , "Dandy" fi! likfe Wdrllaxt 'lifiuatep lpdg 1 11 can' sit and! 'look at fdrl 78 f 1 hours. A , 1 xl Hoc ' 1, il 3!:,Mpdern ange 3, 4,,f asky'bhll11J,2, sary ball 1, Iiotneroom"'Pfea35 '15 Volleyball 1,,,2,'73g Ump' es 1, 2, "4g.Ho1pe?oom Secrellary 33 Foul Sqooting 1, 2. CHARLOTTE MACKENZIE Colnmeririal 'gMack" I "Tis easy enough to be pleas- ' antf, 5 1 , Hockley 2g StdentlCouncilf2, 13, 4g, Blaseball gg-"Basketbal12gf" J Umpires Club Q2 Traffic ,ad . 2,'3, 4, Cahtain of Traffidg ad 2, 4. 1' ' X A , Q X R I lx . f I ,X . www' WWW ful-44:0-'4'J STAN M .l 'I' AROLD I CER AQ4 'ra val . "Are" 1. eral Q r ' ilnvvaivi tru and IS a rig POPE ' r elwas n more fellow worth- Stuclcnt 1 1-il lg Judicial ' V .I In Q I 2 3 4 Vlfreslling . 3, 43 Football 2. 40llYN'l f, 'Ire .quam , , . , R .1 X, 'x LIl,l.IAQJ. A.'MAcf,EY ff'f2,QoF+QQ,-Mzgighbf General' ' '5Lil" Ge eral xx-5J "gifts ?5'g3?:ngtll.,' "Still wulcr ,huns deep." '- Odds and Ends lg -Hockey Club 1. d t 2 , om i- ' x mgn.oMEN4 J. MARANGI RCE Commercial I "'l'hyllis" enem eatbau, 4 - A "'Euergy is a qpark of life." . l 'ef in l is mans, B- se a l . I SIDNEY l ' 'VI 191 .UNI ew ator "J " 1. .M V " ll fes l n ' 4. me 'n th Cl 1, 3, Ba lb 1, , x. 5 M " 43 'i g 3 odi , xv 4-: So ll s 9 3 ' X, g 2 a ull 2g le . 2 4 room Pr d , r c ad , 3, . it .1 1' y' 1 , o xii , e- S 4. f f , Q 1 V, ROSENCKRY LE T, ' . 1 I0 AIA W ' . . lCl'1'llll ' 0 I my , , , L, f ege parato X n" g d an gh ns slu e. f R f " gs on ln nd be ' els ll ' ' 4 olley' I ner , and s shall m e V l l ' ovke 33 Co usi ere 9 . , e e goes. gcstlll qua ,'f2g Rgul Sa t- f. ll .I ing , 2' rn ficf ' 2 , 2' , 30 - ,4: fynllsely , 2g Umpirqggaub 1 0 r a leslm f 3. ' U f J ' ' xl 1 L ! Page twenty-seven r I rf . .Jn 4 X 5 'IJPJZ . Jai, Ilhufi 1 j . , - f" L v 1 1 1 l, I I X R I ' l fi .sua L , UQ' ' 1 F Y-V ,' J l 1 3 f , I . U I i N 'I I, .4 l ', -ll V 1 A :QVC ,, fl, ,J fl RUTH JQAN Mcciannigsy 95' lCollxege Prepz1g'uto7ry5 X9-'iRuelh,' V I' , ., ' , 44 3 fu, A' V,f"l'Cdod nahtfre i?dlie belt assetf' ,,, V., A! AI, 'f' Q15 agus 1, 2, -3433 Booster- 4 .' C'ounl' f' 3-M depn ance 3343 ,4 1? ,JVC dbjlllnd 3,9 M'onitor ,I K ,8!ng1g.d'2lfflersey-Gil'ls, Srilte 3,3 ' lib .Congestion 'Squad 23 kfreneh 'X' dxf-,ffflub 43 omeroom President ,144 33. ke ball 43 Booster St' 4. I fr' - g if 'N' J ,p 3 .fn-f'-'fi' 29-may ' 5' golkf Prepai5alQ?' u.loy" f A -' ff- XD , pdldyezge is ,rio widlmm like frank- Lpx .nessu-9 QQ, 1 I S Biff' Cglsgesgdn Squad T c , 'J Squadj 3, Oddfzind E ds TNQ, 3, 43.19lrt E iigr 43 Social'Com- mittee 3 3 ctivities Council yBooMer Stall 4. r PA N C Cl rr' HMM" -4-'S "A je willpbr ak bones." Quang ire Squad ' onitpr Squ 43 Golf 4. -CK , HIEXXY ff ra ' fl 'r 6 ' C H1 I I yo ISC. , J ' -1 af 2, . fwsw qua X Cn. Kilim.. ommer iay : Y "Sul is Her- disposi n." .' Taffic quad U!! Stu n JCo5nfimMo' it unc JClub' flrliaooste taff 4J!' 1 3 , , ,, . o W 1 , I 'V l p' U V Ij, I, . I j f 1 ' Page twenty-eight id .PA15'1t1clA ' CCONNEL 'K I U'- Collpge 'Prep rat y n I lx" ag" '. 4 . .1 - -f'- fbonny luis ,will conf ss, is easanl to th e . X Gylee Glubfl .3,A' Cla s I ,Ewsger 13 HMI 'Sduad L, X 43 ooeter If 3 Dralnqtirf c1:?h,2g Odds a Ends s, 49 .lu orf Bills C mittee 33 Twirlel' 43 ' ouilor Squad 33 Substitu'le ,Twkle 33 News Ed- itor 4. 1, 713' ja I. , 4 3 1,11 L , Lois ,1wM:RA3'H 1. , M - . I 'J ' I H ff ss so Cqyhlllerball , 7 f. . :HO ,'4S'ixif-Q' ouhmy soul tliyy iolrilgs of A Hopf? Lb" K pf- . fwm ffic pa 1, 2,.,-if 43 ' HWh3l'0 'gecretary 23 Home- ifooln,-flceasurer 23- Hockey 3. GEoRGE A. MEREIEL, R, ,Q College Pr plgrattorzly- . f' rl!" L , X- U Q , ' ' , A., . , . .6 iliis t e sal Q ronversa-KV t ni, , ' 1 R K l r 'lidiffiiysqua 1, 23 :Alai-ic f S kv Cluhhlg Usher Squad 2. 3g ball 23 l. I' u 1 1 JUNE MERRIN-G -P Commercial l 4'lo'y rises in me like a summer's morn." -1 Basketball 3, 4. . 'N 31 , J CEORKC MICHAEL , ' n Cen ral'-4 ,I ll , 5'Ceorge" . fu I HI- I 1'-L'MerxximenL betrays his quiet- ness." - , 3 I 9 f-, f ' -1 - 3 UI .X qflf ,f A i ,, ,. ,f M1 ,,f,"If . ,ffl u v , 1-I 1 , 1, Z., . , . 'f- , . L- l 1 ' ' ' 1-A 1 , A 4 f . . 4 L , ' f 'ff . ' v - 1 1 l . N 1 l A 4 , fy. . 'uf 1 V , 5 ,kt a 7 , l if , 1 lx . J f LAURA T. MILLER General "Lair" "Our lives ran only he what we ourselves make: them." Ring renvlls-Zl'Nl 4. f I J UT IOE 'le "Ru en f ' tre,0 ' ,we .a fruito uve." Hr ' ey I ' Ph to ll uh llasketb. g ister fl ' aff , Baseball l, Club 3 .tudent Cnunvil 2. 1 ART UR ORRISON, JR. Colle eparatory "Art" SB ve ev y 1 Us mer- wj liancl 1. 2, 33 restling 3, 4. w JOHN MULLICAN , l'ru1-tiral Arts "Johnny" "He smiles with me inte I0 do nlisrhielf' F lba 3 ff-" 1 .1 ff u ky S J Ji -Hx JJ ffl,-jj' X , ', f 1 K a ff' . "' f f I K -A xl-, ROBER A MILLERJ Pl'ill'l.g9 XArts V' "Slim" 'Shir LS lstrligllt Hand elvemhl .FZ he Cross-country l. 2, 3, 43 Travk 1, 2, 3, 4. TTS B an s y h'l have . f , ee Club , , ra c .S uadf , 3, , ee Club P i- Mntif Monito 3 Hockey 1, , State :Jig mb 1 Qlub . , , Dram " l, 23 Baseba ' , 3 D aniativ ' . ter t r' ' nt 25 Odds ' , 3 ,xl-llange Edito 4. x h , l A MICHA L c. MONTELEONE if-lenenial N 'V "f'Monte" , 1 l' ' "?v'e'r,, born tdxbe hpgiby, all - 0 us.' 1 T ' Wllestling-Y 3: 4. BARB'A'i2A MULLIGAN College Prtpaihtolpf "Barb" f'Ff'anknesg- tmmbined with soft- nessdsi beauty." - ' '- Q Mo ern'Dimi'e,3, 43 Hrickey Cchfb g' Basketball 4. , 4 . f . Iv ' Ml' , .V fu DOLORES MULLIN . ege Pre 0r9y t Qnctive kind! grace." -A ' 4 D 4 ,fa ff Hockey-Cl b 3, 4g I ern 'Dano 3, 4 ' 495 ' ' .ollhtil 4. 4 ,vI J Wffldf R Page twenty-nine W' ,JNJ ly 0 URPHY olle eparator alone" NW' la ere vis no 5 H ckey 25 asketball 2, 33 Softball Club 2g Foul Shoot- ing 25 Umpire Club 3g Modern Dance 3, 4. 'FR NFRIA SSWXQ Jihwfff .f Q li 'W I T NE L ene 1 ' WW . " is said ,Vie the s ech elsf' c estra 3, 4g Activities uncil 4g All State Orchestra 4. ELAINE CLAIRE? NIETZER c naadalm 'f 1..K'g2't, o og dl "She that t n er has sorrow." JN., V HOCISS-Qflub , 2, 43 s ftball Club 23 BaSkQQ' lley- ball 45 Monitor Cl gestion Squad 13 G1 5 ' Booster 4. . WILLIAM OHLE General "Bill,' "He t hath knowledge spar- eth ,fl 74 M, 'bf ay Page thirty DW M"l com- few wMR 0 I f Wfli' 2. Gsifggiiimilk M01 Ray :I a pi6O laughing ickblg, 3, ke ll 1, 25 ross Country 3 I T, 1z1c11AR,q LKEITHV o1,ssoN Cbllege Preparatlliy , uliifflv I A 1 ,I , A 1, "Some lllink the yvlorld is llllldt! ,pr fun and irulic and so do If" Wre ling 2, 3, 4, Travk 3, 4 ,Inu-1eb'1?lll 1. ' 1 JEKN onmwuo Colluju Prepqullory' 'veillsi "A'1ncrry heart mpketlva vheery ' t'0l,lluCflli00.,, , . cus-club 1, 2, a, 4, Gm Club Librarian 2: Student Council 1, 2, 13' fvivvpresidlnt Student I Could-il Z: Drymaaiu Club 1 Congiytfon Squad Ig-Cap: tain "Lon stion ua 1-'unch clulifl, Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4': Modern Dance Club 3, 4 .ludieial Council 11 Umpires 2 110.-key Club 1, 2, 4, Softball 11 2g Foul Shoting 1. - 1 F , .. ER gf' o a "I ill o 1 ln ' ei . , C b ern Jan Club 3, 4g as' ' lvl Cluldf ., 4g Soltba WILLIAM H. QSTER MEYER N l'r1lutirul Arts 1 A M "Bill" 'Kilim greu ,man always hath friends." - f - - Football 2. 35 Basketball 2, 33 Uifhql' Squad 1, 23 Fire Squad 1. HENRY W. OXLEY , l'ra1'ti1'al Arts "Hank" "Did nothing in parlivulab and did it very wel " da J MDM XJ.. W 1' a. 1 , W I l ' 1 ' ,fi J! 0 Vi A N' ff ,, ' KATHAKIKJE MAY OLIVER Coulwfcial "Kay" , , 45:4 1 11 4 il In y 10. pursues el' YNUY, j4-alm S tllrougli every day." 3 hTlaffic Congestion jSquad 23 ethyl' 1, 2, 3, 45 fkfflockey lg '33 V leyball 2, 4: Umpires' Cfub 1, ', 3, 4g Base- ball l, 23 Foul Shooting 2. VIR.GlNIA M. OSBCRNE - ,Con1mei'ciul I l "Ginnyff "A maiden never bold, of spirit still' and silent." , ' ' ' Hoclley Club 1, 2, 43, Basket- ball Club -3, 4: Volley'bnlI Club 43 Monitor Squad 4: ,Booster Staff 4-3 Sbft'ball'Club 2. f' :JEA OSTERMAYER 21 .olle e xrreparatory . e l l . tural wise nl' cerit X N 0 Sl ffn 1 ion , ' omer S -1 ,I - -I . ' 1 te 3 ey ' l x, ci ,- Q Sli 1 '1 i A B ul 1 ' ' on X Q 1 1 2, "l xg I gre B K .ll 1, 3, , G tate ' I seb l, , 3, g mg 1 1 A 3 ll l ls 29 4, 9 I S 3 oads nd .1 3 , - e 2 9 Siudent u i , , ' Boos 4 enior 0 1 l- I U ' r if .f Q , lrriv :,.' ' :iw r x . 5 59 ess 0 s n activity." Pert o - , 33 Baslcetbnll 1, 2, Base 1, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA R. OXMAN College Preparatory "Bobbie" "Always a good word an a smiling fankff ' one 11111 fi, 2, ls, 24,v11uh1E V , Spealgin ,' Bask ball'Clu 13, 43 'Dramatid Olub 'l,"2g, ockey 1 mer in Xie -i Activities L uncil 14-1:31086 n Ends 2, 53343 Umpires Ghib lr 43 Traffic S iind 2. 3 42 Mo 4-g Fou Shooti , 25 o er Smff 4g1,Twi1-lei 4. .1 2 A ' ern Da vin 18, 4' Vdrgybail gl 3 S J' Wi 1 V , x 'Page thirty-one lm ' 1 :IRI 08 ' ' e ,President 1-J aseha f 2? :X fs fl I laid 1 1 A W, f , TX Jxbf 1, lx lit fl AIWBEKT p. PERRY illjfllbge tl' Evil vi MA mknin is known 'HE silence limalklf-eeps.", Vi' ' , V nl' l A AW -- U 'w A li, 1 b 655322 CIOTTA ene a ellmes me VV - 490111 1" ' " l C Ill ' 'A ' ac' : is 0 , wi. nu, rib tl , I 15' f 1' ' Q 11" X, . , ' , I "S l', n an -24 Y f-'cf M254 J: all V ball Club Dramatic, ELEANOR RAMSPECK General "Elly" MAnd gentle in her manner, she accomplishes things in a Quiet wayf, N 5' f , Glee clqlfi, 24 Libgary Stiiff 1 . V if wi My C PIO CE FE l J I J I i 3106 emtfbpmf f Writ," f' vommand you to he of good 99 ' l'lltf0l'. 3 ff? f W V X71 W fkzxgttfrgptffit df , ' QU! My! 331, Wye, MW IRIS REICHELT College Preparatory "I" "Min-th, with thee I mean to livcf, Dramatic Club 13 Band l, 2, 3. 43 Basketball Club l, 3, 43 Baseball Club 1. 3, 43 Treasurer of Homeroom 3. fwfr il. W 5 . . llege .ratory "Ed" , - ,uma ,hp F ,Ragga my " vit is the soul of wit." Ammh' f 'R l Indoor Track 33 Track 3, 43 QF A gli, i tx. Cross Country 4. 'f V I fly A 4 . if m HARTg A ITZ 0 .olloiylyiliy a'Jua-logon" A CH H I 1 e w0m i ill -. .- L1 ll' hmm'ill ie. Y li r : 1 j!w.rRl109H . 3. 3 a.-I , I ketbull 23 Track 23 Indoor Trark 3. ., IA ! g 3 fqwfw otffweuft-fu, I fe be 1' 3 lc , TOM J. Ebjdymf X EQRRAINE REBETAI. I A ' uMC4"l'1'Eli2 Qjltnnlgrcialv MTI' 'L'lLorraine" ss I - . 7' , 1 1 , I ' f ' 3 fi fefws Of "Hp1qf2mn1+e mail fitmie 'at . l ' ' " M! dumpy woman." I I '- . L r , Vg x C' J 'I lfjllq C 4.4 Cuff -WM ' f +3 I . f I ,f I ' N ' , , il, 1 ' ' x L f A Ai" LEZLIE I". RICHTER MELVIN RIEDEL ,Vg Lqlnmlervlal . S KES" General "Mel" s V' V 'Ulwfihmt ' I Qgy Ptluiet con 'enQ,J linings, ' s. ...Qi 3' is vb I. N "What's the use of worrying, it never was worth while." Football 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 23 Baseball 1, 2, 3g Home- room President 2, 3, 43 Mon- itor's Squad 4. n 5-Q63 3, M lj ' X' ' Page thirty-three 'romp fw .- ji?" fffef , ,fR1iD'lR1'EGEfiv 7?,Rraftichl Qrts 3 , ffrfeaayh f Y , , f ' ff "Be, cfliet ,theuf as,?n'a,n- should Iran 11 f ve If , If 1 ' ' Fire Squad, Lieutl: V' f ff V I", rpld' lv s , , f .f ryfo TT,WEGER . M 'J ,X Pre11aratory.x "Kitt" f' "N runggthxmf ha streak of M Plightning. N Cross Country 1, 2, 3,' 4g Track 1, 3, 43 Basketball 2. J HR YRO . K, , ' to Wie wel 9 at rum 'c Club 4' t estion Squad 3 .lunior Ring ommit- tee 33' ome om Treasurer 4 Goat en 43 QB seball 3 Boost ff W. 0 gl -1,1 .4 aa it s WM mv? 0 've d ll ppy." 'lske . Volley all 1. , ff '.f is .W 7? -. 2 lx 3 f I f f x V , 1 ' 1' , ' JAMES 2AFTR16K QYAN . , S I ,Gilmer lg r A - "Jim" , . I! " oxing1?fliomework's greatest r' al." 1 1' 'I i Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 33 Indoor Track 33 Student Council 23 Wrestling 43 Home- room President 1." Page thirty-four ik' isp., QV! of GY WMF My RMK Qt ?l 'ILLIAM M. RIFFEL eneral 'iBill', "Man is man, and master of his fatef, Football l, 2, 3, 43 Basketball l, 23 Wfrestling 1, 2, 43 Track 3, 43 Homeroom Vive- resident 3 -M115 WMWMOQV "Po ' ess ge nu of ox, ense ure." ol I FRED L. 1105511 ANY fl ful OV I dj? '! ' Lbl'il1'li1'Zll, 41,413 if ritzw! f ' f v . " f' ' '- d 3 . kt' ,.f5,,'1z'af3'f53,ff.15. f'71q3 any 'L J ' 'Z Lf. 'lfaltbftlii 4: , f K X. Q 1 Qlfvwfffi iso ' 1 or 5, '- tk olivia 6 , Nu l i hse fre I, ' 't et' owl . ' , fog ,AW t : 'lu 'etba It ,2, 54' . : fi C0 ' ,. ,Aiimb , ' LB. : 3 ul s virrkgl o ste St AN , I IIC e h ood like ll u . M ary 2. , .Q,,4vV f vc! f 'L uno a A4R l Pegjiillf Agls "'Ruddic" "A gmlllcnxan ' -E use." xii ma s I A Q ' . .I w ' AA7 1 ,Lf ,,,,i ' ' vA'1"RlmA x4gl,l:R1iZ ' l Sc:11r:uEl1v1AN College lkeparhlory 1, "Pat" , gl xlnfresqdvenl lof grow lap and lay ymyvpf till alll." 'Dramatic Clily l, 2: llaiel- hall ll-luhlfl, 5 g Truffio Sfluad H 2,. 3, 43 llooslerlffounvil 42' f lvhanlllrcs' Qalilordf Qddstand' Ends fl: Twirler 3, 43 Modern lllrlreflhllr 3, 43 Booster Staff flg llonflflion Squad 23 Odds andN Endsjg 3,ll. ' - V 1. 1 . ' :K " IDT fy' "A la is w0l'll a hundred 1 groans in ' lqigkcl. 4nllxhl 3 llsh ' 3 Yiu ,.l1l15lll of , 1 1. Z Ill, . IT Iollc ' uralo Ml -- IS sl X ow J L! . lx., 0 Q F' l r.. J lin U I MA sv ANNE bl P 1 f ' al l' hess" 'f "So gentl an , simple and kind." """l f Basketball 3, 44. My AIICHARD OQCHMID College Preparatory "Rich" "There is no substitute for har work." l 0, my W5Ql , cHAa5,'Es SCHMITT V l'racti1:alfArts I l'Charlie" "Patron of pleasure." Usher Squad 1. lg ulhmwasc WAIGERT ,., Bweqialwnmlz, A Elf if gf fcQs 1'?4i'!il51' ' FFF 'I I5 l :yu f AU ' X N 0 1 e eral IU' " " A e o' mi was hi Pres ent on Oni W' ew ll Ml N 1 ,J Page thirty-five oy ,WW Vx' -.1 P! SEG LL not Ends Z. : Head N Ll , . nk' J .1 , Ur, t J 'ct . 1. ,1 I.. w X il I i 'W 5 1 M ef ,J .J I 'X xy ' 0 e at y E 1' i S ood ere fl W All Q EDNA A. SILVAY Commer ' a l"Bu ch" "Beg ill: c re! T u nd I ' n vcr ag ." Dru 'c 1, 2- Club , , : Bas et 3g Hock y 2, 33 odern Dane 1 Q 1 , w. , .X 1 1 . 1 'V 4 1l0 pm: EMANSKI Xx,'lCollegc Prepar "Romco', L QQ-iii-5'Born with theA 'ft of laughter." L 1 Modern Dance Club 3, 43 ' Hockey Club 4g Basketball 4. w 1 SlpI6,R'I'LlDGE. tical Arts I "Bill" jg "A X pertingma ijtiinse of luck an fchandpfi fr 5 , I W' F.Lq94ui1 1, 2 Wiestling ,fb jf I f I I fb F! if ,jv'.4:1xcEL ,.s LI Cowiial V "Angie" Using so ast away I .H X o , C uh l, 23 c ey i 1, r hu, lg ee ' 1 1: 0 l A ot: 1 343 vs etball Cl 1, 2' m- p es b 2g tballf. ll. f IJ . M ' TH L6 f r l ' 4 l nce is a g juni: f wo Ili, Aw ' ub 4. ca NNW , F MARILX NNE SKELLY Commercial '6Mar'i 6'All the charms her downcast modesty concealed." Hockey Club lg Foul Shoot- ing 1. I I W' 030- ij way i fp ' ', .wg lynx jk in-.sq-an 103' A 1 C , f. YL V JV . . l 1 - - 2 ' . j' " K! Q rl ' K A5 V "s, cr W JAMES JJRRENTINO, JR. V MA h CARLENE STAF 9eneralJ g - "Jimmy" A Y General "Marshee Mellow" ' j "Thi,-e " ilood on at his ' Q "Her talents are of the more J nmkingj' ' ., ,g ' silent class." , M , I, Baseball , 3, fl. F' aw . X W f 9065 A C, JR. WC IE 4lg0Rz5f N STEEL ,, . , , , re a ory , y 0 9 8 ' 'Y I HPUW D " e and 8 ew fast r- - A K f t a d us." XII e ill: I rp or e Cll' ' 2' 39 45 glflket' ' 2 Q HI, 3 omeroom Se ary on ' - rf- b a 0 1: 'r s 'b 1, . 1 23 l S ng ' odern f A ci 4: D u a ' Club t k , ' , 3, 3 s raffic J , 3 Odd ' Ends ,. ,Q JV' , 3 Boo Staff . , 1 6 .' L 52' 1- , V' jf! 195 , UA N viyff fbllew ypgrm , 1- -.Redn arf n d then' edsghe bacl lor is un- is r t est of len." -:int 022' Bas , 33 llask all 2, ' 35 Football 2g onitor Squad l. S A- f JA i ' ' Q f EL ms STRAI-ISS - . . ES . L . l , , ,lj 1 . m "al 'f " err " N 12912630 LTGIPIWIUTY ur, ' so .lmwer turl . 'ly , lerhegmildesl -,fmmne 9 l nl , H gentl st fbeart. ' b F amativ C' b Basketball Glete Club, 1, ' . 43 H Tkey 4M 4 33 F0 Sl' lin! 1, 2: Club 1: .Ba tb ll lg d gy' Hovke 3 So all l: Manager Ends 3, , as all 1, lor Blllikelbllll . I mittee 33 F011 hog!- ' ' wh Club 4. VW X STURM an S1994 W'ILLI JlH WM ar .QW "Bill" a e 8 I' eel' an Wa K3 ' Tilt . ' l'0SS 'Ba y , lixgl-u1ite321ffi?il4. X 55 f W , M. W' fy My f' 1 ZW R5 1' M .tt I rt r Lf 'I JJ, ,'fJ,i!!L'ff. Vfjfqbaxn 1' lid Ll' .ph ,J ff ffl ,fl yfjiit' l 4' J I I . 'VH Page thirty-seven 4!'JJJ!w!jJ U ,fn gffplj 1'uaj:U"lV,4""' I fl? ll A .1 ' 1 A u ' ll . 1 W ' If It l , D Wf , L , N ' I ' 'Vp if W , S l ,I f B RBARA M.lsU'R1vLANF IV N ' sgxvll Con rcial YQ' I' fhobbiev l College pu ' y ' l '- , 1 . 4 lfyo v1ealtlIA'is like the quiet I- '6Sinc'erity s ' rt c ex ' , 'rnintlfi L, f possessf J, ,Molfern Dancing '33 Bisket- '. Student Count- 15 Iwi 1: 11.111 5. 4 .f ' I Club 1,25 von bull Cl ,3- ' Hockey Club l, 2, 35 Basketba X A Club 1, 2g Foul Shooting 2g yy' S jxwg JV f Umpire's Club 2g Modern I if I lj , ff-G! V.. A Dance 32 YQ' r f . - , - l!J'z J ' X , A W , - ,..- X . f , f' . , , I . ., , X I.gHI,EE11R','S TER! Uh be -- ' " 0DA . I ,fl I 22 I 4 1 7: V I 1 ' 44 . . Clynmmrgyl' J In 'ij S' 5 enerwl , Amb fllhffiqxwfiift rKioyYb e1'matli f E 1 '2flSilk f'0Kl3Z51'4M is U0 Lvl I, Il lyglller y0f0d.:'Q' lf' , I ' . 5 'ht adv 2 ' L , . J I f 1 F I 7 A A gb- ' 1 i l K Ijillfillllii' l,Zj2g Clee Clulgl ilnvglt-'C -- ' 2, 3, 43 Basketball 33 Motif 1 f' L i Dnnve 33 Field Hoa-key 2, 3. W1 I I HOS SyBODA III RRIETT E.l5WINFORD 6, hffgnmer f'R0E93dd" lfige P1'0v21r11I0ry 'alffiwf' V QA tl laug s like sunshine." ' HSW'B'ib4flYy'.fr19l d Y is l"3l' M d SWE? ' ' Ky 0 ef Hnfef J giclee ,Clu , 2, , Traffic - ' quad! 1' ar taff l, 3g . Q V! , Stuofent oun 3 Hockey 1, JA5 ' I :f ,U 23 Vo e all 3 Clee Club Li- ' J "1 brarian 3 M ern Irunve 3: jj Baseball 1 3. 'V 1 9 , JANE R. T NCH 'EN1 Tfli HQIM . ilzfcifmige Preparator g4,fu1l'1,1f,7 P ac I ns , I NLCESN fy' ,ly ,K A HH ' ,gl AJ "It s tll wise I that makes " af' fp.. .,....5, Ol. 3 My i 0 Stem.. Footfak 2, 3lg Trnek 3. Sta 4: ' QW 4g B ' ball Cl S oclern Dane 4. VIRGINIA A. THOMAS BARBA E. General '4Cinger,, Commereiul is bie"' "Silence is one great art of con- " p k . sw versationf' ile "il 'Modern Dzmre 3. mati Club lg orkey W 3 ask all Q ee my I K ' oul ooti g Z ' ' 0 . ' Page thirty-eight ,pj x X If lk ' I X fl if' 1 . I ' If ,XM v -WJ XX K l kt pw .1 X wff o X u 4. . t , , A , . - X , ,fx 'fo U!! 'J ' f ' ' t -X' .. ' - 'I . Q' 7 'V , l K7 'N Wim 21' T6liQfilTl. -1 JOSEPHINETO us K A U ., Cnakpwul I AAF A ll A' Colnme'r1'iul .3 "Jo" X 3" fx ' V XXV - - gi, M . . . ' ' , Olllclllllfiix -lit RIIM :lv ,A girl who is plezlsullvtlle ' 'ru . Ll, onl sit." XX livclong clay." Q AX l ll l Glee Club l: Foul Shooting , 1 X U l, 2g Basketball 1.2: Hobk'ey 23 N 'X N TX I . Sflfilixll 1: llomeroom' Presi- f ' - f' ' ' A ent . K . . ll ' ul Q A -, , ' L - flfcyf M EIEEN ,111 6 LClf7duQRxf R2QREl,l.O ,mwrklf f L JZ, VV .isM9ry,, sl Q, H RIF Cys ' f llylltfepg eltegmif vl ' . I 4 J f W ' . ' f I V I f 1 1 J Cp li squfaq. ' 4 X! uf J w'Il,l,mM'fr1f PQ? UNJI5 LD 'lxXl'4':l1'li4-all "' "Bill'l 0 GCUCVIII 'iggjtfel' N KJ ' ' A . 'Ml "Tazku,short vie-lwg. li D8 for tlm A 5P?gZ?S IVCWBHQHCC IS Il' lnt'st.i"!ilul truslJin U0 ." ggl en iffy, Z ' ' 0 1 lu XIX ki- N 1 fl , . V JZ! l I If GEORGE ll. X RICHARD .1VAN"DEUSENU Y l ' ' ' ' if . 1 I W VAN Ill SlxlRlx. JF. A t I'-Col gcrpremmnlry in-Jickw -' IKFVQM,-f HV. " ,1 R lu ' 1 I Q nilli' K -. 'm X -xg! Cu? tk 3 V, X "Mi lltyl tllillgs from small be- mre there :ilu me-n, there? V 9 X ginningzs grow." I , M 4 , .mv llIiIIlIll'I'S. I- if' ' . X , ,,, . ,,,.. Trzlffiv Hquzul 12 Chloi' Clnxirmllvl f . N' MAR ' 'qt HAROLD F. VEAL ,, , ,Ig ,,g " College Preparatory Quiet, gr my wnrlh, - l. "He is an industrious friend." l'ffillS-QWE , Color um' I lluml , 2,H. - 1 0r'l1 sift! . I 1' 'y in ' lim? 3: , V14 l -tivitizs Conf 1 4,Q-Vul'fe l K j ' Club nul Sllqglil lltls I efn' .mls 3 451 Onito Squaul ZX noosjfvgxggkji Baiselmll Ml ,VX 4-1+ I-. o J' W . Aitfcr'-1,4 fXl'fX- fl' a af N- ff ' . V' l Page thirty-'nine 1 . , if ' ll! ff jx? J ,V , 3. ' y J ff! ,fm if Xf V lk V MJ! J ' 'NA IGA ii! ilionvfx cial' f 6610" "Let us of good cheerf' , B a 1, 2, 3, 3 Sqftbull J, , 3 He a , 43 Glee I b ocke 3, 4g Ipdern fy an 3Un1 "e'!' Clu 3, 4g mf sv er 4g Basketball Team 1, , . C 3, Softball Team 2, 33 Wolleycf , yall Team 3. , 'gf' upslhr K " CITEL 5' .' S 0, wage Prepgnirory wb, as xo "The nga of the bgay' is in 'fi h .59 I eb' ' 'sz ' Q 56 tibrary Stalfzl. .5-" 8 4' , - 1 ' 9 nf ,4 1 J ,if use ' f 4s,"7,,,v"' 1 f . 1 J 1 was sm' al ' om , . i I 1 ju . - ' 2 5.55 " 1' I o .'. , , -, e. A rary Staff lg Traffic Squail 2. N 5 ' 'N xi A , N1 A Y .X ., D i IDNgY ck V ELAND Egkravt' 'Arts 'Eg' 'iSid', L 1 blest, and the pleasantest -X Q I XJ QPIQSZIIICSS is at once the best, V t ImTlil'lgS.,, Football 3. MARYAIRINE IQ WAGNER ' Cfllfge Prephrfztotiy ' g,f"Cood breeding ,is the blossom of good sense." Glee ' Club 3, 43 Secretary Homeroom 43 Oddsand Ends 43 Boost r 4g Hockey Club 43 Basketbafl 4. Page forty ,..MW L I B V 9j 3 Co e cial " 1lly" "Silence om rts , A f U ,VOIGT C epa is ne" QJKt f 'lent ' nf, ' ff? n e Cl 3, 4g ee Qkub 2 4 abr 4: 2 : tic Club Hockey b 1, 2, 3,14 mplre s ub 3, 43 Odds an Ends 33 Booster 4. I , ,. Q I 5 Y, Zgoftbal , , 3358 ol all 2 , u 1 J 3 ' Cl . 1 ' WILLIAM YOOEIHETS J' A , General A V,-,j'Bi11" L w JI... . .:r,n', 'I s fin quiet silence. Y 'N we it , I' , f, Iv' " . ALICE LAUERETTA WADE General A ' '6Mickey" MTl1e art of silence is as great as that of speephf' o Basketball '1, 2, 3, 43 Library Staff lg Modern Dance Club 3, 4. I 11 JOAKLEY' DOUGLAS 3 Y WALTERS , A' "3- J l ' Praiflieal 'Arts .' , J uO.'1kie" s 1 -I '4Happy and barefree :im I." . Wrestling' 2, 3, 43- Track 1, 2, " 33 Football 1, 2, '3, 4g Horne- roomgvice-Presiklent 13 Home- roonl President 2, 3, 4. EII .N ' miner ' " eyes ak ze sol' J il iitfirf at if l l' y Sta Q T io 'c uzll 2, Cap ' 'ol ratio lilll 2: Stutle 1-il ' as - ECK uc' u'u1j1rt. "Fre4hlie" nt f ,m1,1.. an." ,- ase l 3. 43 Cl Treasurer . NIQ I JEIM N. .Ll ' 1 neral , can ' " ' girl w nn' ayf' ee I uh l: Hovke Cl . Hom oom T .asure Q! 1 , 4 al . ilen , more eloquent than V Cl odcrn I 'Ing 3. lg s and Ends 4: olleylmll 4. ALA-NXW. WICERT' I Kyrgsiilal Arts . "Al" "Of all the world's enjoyments I like fishing." - Football l. 2, 3, 4. Q XX 5 ' v J A x X ,.. x ' J 3 'Ax F 0 QR ' 'Q YE , ERNEST WEBER Practical Arts "Ernie "Bowling is his sport." . J f5,1J.-elf"fY ,, y QYL J6EL J. WEISS College Preparatory '.loe" "He will jum 0 ' stuvle 0 his gh ' e ' W 5 ff . ' Poo hal . 2, , B etb 13am Antik Aho, Ir m em!!! 05' 37' why df XAVHITI-:SIDE C Co qffrf aratory "Whitey" .loth man." ,Wy V 6294" ff" it -,f 1'1" Q' 5 .5 , 1JAiE'l' 1.. WILLIAMS , 't',,,,. ege 'Prgplratoify T 'fjanyv A I L , , . . nv, A f ,HKS merry as day iq lorig.?' .Jf ' c1aec'b1,'i4g udemcqtn?-'I' 1, til 3, 14 lllflodlsefgiz Bxisketball , - 2,42 Boostgii 43 Mq,dernlDanc- ,L ' i ing 3, 44'Amivi:m count-il 45' in effv lleyballlf' . N V.. f W! 'v ' . .-jqvift' Page forty-one I X J 'l' IL S M Gen l g L Ii witmimc nee! e he onfin ee B e all l 2 e ll C 1, 23 1, , 9 9 9 y 1 29 5 ' . , -'lg wif ic Squad 1, 2, Foul oot- l gl, 2- Q iii ' X ' OND Pr " u' t ess eil vilh 'liirll1.": I-.lo mmm. ,ret -Treasirrer 9 '- Ljglimyf Ylang 3,14 Q' f Modem Dancm , ,X x ,ff D l TM! -N Iii. fp K if J6AN!IR5NiE WI TH M if W' L, Wax ' eral! mvlxi " 5' ?Mne . I, If JZ 4 jf bang' ,if ' . ' H t " i Vi a Jr in a h rl. K P . J U S ll 2, 23, ' W 3, 32" thai is Q a 1 ,aiu Baffpll mills ,f , 43 Q u hw V ,.2. ,fa Y get l f r " A I ' K l Nfl X l X X Q Q , DOROTLHY -YOUMANS IEL ZW my " ie,' ' ra fvemi v e J of ife me' if ter iyour smil ." X, I XX , inel ,g """Voll all 2, f ' gs fy , 5 9' Avffj if f L, -A I I ' ,K .f infra' l , , 1 1, fl l V V X i ' ,N l , rf!! ,EX xx A ll L... . Ax . :X X EDWARD LAZARICK K ,EhNkA 6 ICHT Q X XMILTONQ ILP Practical Arts "Liz" RX- tale-:ge P ,Q -4 : "S . oml cial Transferred from Hillside, , f"You - .- e s ' of s - i H ' he Q New Jersey. , I, if i r in ." , J Y' ffzqlf "X ' J filffe sher q ies Band 2, 33 S u . 'A ,' A Q , ance a 3 Orchestra 33 Y - ' W". ' ' ' Camera . i 4' 'W Qi . .- I F xx 'go "if ' v L 9 ' , Page forty-t wo :,vff 2 v ,-fJ.f'4 -' If-J' H I -" 4 mx f 'Q grsshyihxz E :F l..fi!"!g, , ti? igzrigif ,,:1:,.,AfiLfl4? j"1ih,r ,A,,fIT Al ltyrf' f 474LL', Aubry A l ' 1 :V -Dfw A Wpvulff r 11 X N -1 'Q N L"3 A , X' fir, L I X .N .04 X 4 1 4 1 ' It , X Q .ww , ,J A ' -V lr ' N- 5 A. fx U5 Uk 7!Lff w xt ,L Y A J L ' . Y 4. ff 'Vx-'UWM . 14 1 ,w gl X' 'CDV' . I! A 1 Kilt, . kik' 'zfftfif' .' ,fL4j'L , Lf' tk. - L ' 1 J , 1 5 Lili! f 6,xLf Aly ,gif- K 1 ' 1 Af Q U 'f' M5 'u'4"i t'+'JH L 1 s X x NCD fit? f fb , ft p N.. . 'rl ,.7: L n Pago forly-tlz ref - L K 77" U Aft -br? -4 v X ur for? It was on a warm, sunny morning in September that we first streamed through the open doors of Union High returning for another year of fun and education within its walls. Surging into the audi- torium, we filled every available seat. Al Gauss, president of the Executive Council, assigned homerooms and when the last grouping had finally been announced, our school year had officially begun. The next week was a hectic one for all of usf-books were distributed, homework started, tests skirted the horizon, and ac- tivities sprang up in every phase of school life. This full-speed launching of our student enterprises gave rise to a dire need for organized squads to keep us within the limits of propriety. W'ith this need in mind, faculty advisers buckled down gxto work. Miss Charlotte Gross gathered ' her Traffic Squad chickadees in the Biol- ogy Room. There, amid plants and frogs and skeletons, she reminded our school 'l g police that it was their duty to direct ffl , j ,rand control f??j traffic in the halls dur- eo-captain, respectively, of the P. M. group. ln addition, the Hall Monitor Squad and the Congestion Squad were or- ganized. Captain Mel Reidel of the A. M. group and captain Phyllis Orlando of the afternoon squad headed the keepers of the halls while Clara Vogel and Marilyn Big- wood, both f1'0IIl the afternoon session, governed the sentinels who stood guard at all entrances and exits here at school. Our efficient squads could do little good without laws to uphold and so a few days later Miss Gross called an organization meeting for our law-making body, the Student Council, in the Upper Musie Room. Al Ganss officiated until council members, one representing each home- room, elected Glenn Herrigel president, Anne Tell vice-president, and Marianne Sturm secretary. Our P. M. group was similarly organized witl1 Ernest Ern be- ing elected president, Bob Boteler, vice- president, and Phyllis Daniels, secretary. l0n a Tuesday morning nearly two weeks after the beginning of school a jx ing passing of classes. The A. M. squad ,M captain, Charlotte Mackenzie, and Bob lr ' I Enos, eo-captain, assigned members to -l' posts throughout the building, as did Die- : ter Kutseha and Ronald Tell, captain and Page forty-four l J' i Hi-ho, No Lockers! notice in the Daily Bulletin that ueach senior homeroom sentative wl1o is one repre- on the l949 Boostdi' theav Yearbook Council ' So X 'l'his Yourhoolc Count-il umlvr the flirfw- lion of Miss l.:-onoru Fvlu-lltvr pivkvtl tht' lloostvr Stuff from an long list of Senior V0lIlIll4't'l't-i. ,lurk Dc-vauu' was vlc-ctr-al odi- tor-in-vhivf auul without furthf-r :Lilo work was sturtvtl on our l9Al-fl smxipr Q OCXQCVE .w l I Nl . mn X S' alwlm K x Most ol us got out of vlass :lt I4-ast onvv for sonu' pivturv or anothvr. whivh, ol' voursv. just hrokv our llt'tll'lS. Tho fruit of all this planning and work muy hu svvn in this. Tllltl BUUSTICR, I9-19. Dinffl Dong! lla-ll! Cut in the wvll'f? A N1'llf'4llllf' WHS W11l'k1'4lQl lCl'4'lPy ffilfll Nooolll lt was only our first fire' alrill thut so-nior haul his pivturf f' E auphvll not tho lust. muvh to tho rvgrvt of tht- l"rantz4-n Studios t ha Qhitvfr, Mr. girls in gym, who haul to go outsitlo, praw- Fruntzvn :mtl his,a . Q21'ilfZf-'loam' svhool tioally unclotluwl, whvn the tvlllprl'utl1l'4' for tlu'1-1' cluys ands qhkfQrmQf pft-tlu'f's. was lowm' than lowl. X' E ' 1 3 " i K' I ' .E ' Svntinvl ouk trvvs grow .... J- .. J.. A In nv?-t .Q Page forty-five . . . . from peeping acorns. Under the guidance of Mr. Edwin Henry and Mr. Joseph Kordys our able Fire Squads, headed by captain Robert Foster and co-captain Stanley Maciejewski, A. M., and Robert Sinclair and Fred Leim- kuller, P. M., prepared us for any emer- gency that might have occurred in the fu- ture. They performed their duties during bi-monthly drills, each one of which seem- ed to come smack in the middle of a chem- istry test-or was it literature? Too bad, but at least we passed those tests. Speaking of literature, we were becom- ing quite well read, thanks to 4'Literature and Lifef' Book 4, and dozens of book re- ports. What would we have done without the helping hand of the Library Staff? Under the direction of Miss Ada Andrus and staff officers Eleanor Hahn and Au- drey Felmly, this little known group made our litera1'y lives much easier, and was always on hand when anyone needed its aid. lf' f ., So many activities, so much happen- ing, and we couldn't keep track of it all. Wllat we really needed was a newspaper, a good one! Under the direc- tion of Miss Ruth Purcell, and with the cooperation of Mr. Henry, News editors ,lack Devane and Pat McConnell, Feature editor Pat Scheuerman, Editorial editor Bobbi Seotch, Art editor Joy McGill, Sports editor Al Ganss, Headline editor Nancy Mitchell, Stencil editor Bea Ca- dena, Exchange editor lrene Mitts, and Mimeograph editors Betty Brautigam and Mickey Campesi organized their staffsg in no time at all we were receiving weekly issues of our school paper. Truly of the students, by the students, and for the stu- dents, tlle Odds and Ends kept us well in- formed on current events and provided in- teresting reading for our spare moments. .M Beware at noon hour. Page forty-six S I 5 Dwwqjm 3 JN U 1 ,f fl wi W Most ol' thc' wlilors haul mort' than 1-nongh iiiauttwiul to print, hut tht' poor sports wlitol' tak. tsk. Mr. Cllurlvs "lIhinlx" K1-lly soon put ann vnsl to his tronhlvs hy organizing ilu- school flvvt- fools into an winning 1-ross-vonntry ivznn. This group ol' M1'lllil4'litlt'll skin untl hom-si' provval to hc- 4-hunipions. with thc' follow- ing rvt-ornl to thvir 1-rmlit: ll.ow svorv wins.I Union , 2-l- ,lvflvl'son ,, 3l Union , 20 M1't1u'l1vn .. 35 Union , I8 lluliwuy Y , 37 Union I7 W1-vqnuliiv ,,,,,,, ,, 38 Union I5 Tlionius Ellison ,,,,,, 40 Union , 241 Svton llull High 31 lllIl'S, too. llvctl our call. Union ,,,, . , l9 Wvstfivlxl ,, 36 Union ,,.. ,,,, 2 Al W1'st Sitlv . .... , ,, 3l Union . ,, , 28 VW-st Point "l'l4-lu-S" 29 Notivv that lust nivcl- ----- Union vs. ilu' Wvst Point "l'l0ln-sw. lt was hvlsl ut ilu' Military A1-utlmny on u most inisvrulnlv clay in Novvnihvr. 'l'h0 wholv I'Xt'lll'Sl0ll was lltlllllrillily 1lf'scrilw4l hy Toni llitt- wvgvr in one' ol' our l'0g.'Cllllll' ussvlillilivs.. cluring whivh awvonnt llc hrilliantly stutml that "Nw wholr' course was downhill. ox- vopl for ont' hill up, :mtl on the way but-k it was all uphill, c-xt-opt for onv hill down." Foolhull sc-uson poppml np in thv niitlmllc of our truck st-limlnlv mul so clitl tht' proh- lvm ol' what to tlo ahont Boostvr 'l'it-kc-is. Page forty-seven . I I s. We xo ok up wh -e9 Keoeg Koh oi Pa g 1 L f07.ty-eight gx Fi rc' Squad Our Fon-st I'wil'4'llll'Il. " 'L' Squad cy Sl'ill'1'Il for our lllilgili fornmlus. Page forty-nine 'Y 09" be C x Gout XGY5 ' ' . and their runners. Page fifty fx ,QJ J X v V X I W ,AJC Q 'Ummm I ,4 r- . "' f lllvw' VUII ldac 4 551' 3 .X 7 -'55 of of' 'y J N App w X KK-p:1JL'Yv-I I ' -'af U' I I ,V L ' ' Jifl, A LL X C qu fW ,XZ-W! jpfck E, X I J MWA . vvuv' xXK1 . K' XsU9g' X X WN X .f 1,090 ffffy-out Entertainment for the queen's taste. With the new building being built on our ex-field, there was 110 need for the ticket as a free pass to home games, there- fore many of us saw no need for it at all. Yet our teams and activities had to have monetary support. This problem was dis- cussed at several joint meetings of the Student, Activities, and Executive Coun- cils. The Activities Council, with Jane Ebner as president, represented every student organization, the Student Coun- cil presented, the students' views on this matter, both 'were e responsible to our school's highest ruling body, the Execu- tive Council, whose officers were president Al Gauss, vice-president Bill Sturm, sec- retary Dolores Widmer, and Bob Mischak as the other junior member. After much deliberation the joint group decided that a Booster Ticket would be sold at 351.50 each, and that each student must have one to attend paid assemblies, to purchase Page fifty-two football tickets at student rates, and to be- long to school teams and clubs. Bob Douglas of the Activities Council was appointed chairman of the Booster Ticket drive. Notices in the Daily Bulletin, edi- torials in the Odds and Ends, and a fiery assembly speech by Chairman Douglas resulted in the sale of tickets to 97.5'Wf of the seniors, 97.171 of the juniors, 91W of the sophomores, and last but certainly not least, 917W of Miss Durling's fresh- men! For the great occasion of Union's l40th Anniversary all students pulled together to put on a program worthy of Union High School. The boys of our P. M. gym class- es practiced their marching and exercises for weeks to be letter-perfect in their drills. Among the dances performed were Miss Ferguson's Farmerettes, Mr. Lake's Scarecrow Dance, and the Manhattan Square Dance of Miss Lew's Modern Dance Workshop Group. The Junior-Senior Glee Club, under the direction of Mrs. Ellen McCloskey, was quickly organized in order to sing a few numbers. This was all accomplished with the help of its new- ly elected officers, namely, president, Irene Mitts, secretary, Tina Foti, treasurer, Jean Orlando, and librarians Betty Kem and Peggy Metters. Not to be outdone, the freshmen and sophomores also collect- ed themselves to sing. The sophs elected manager Kay Coats, secretary Evelyn Happel, and librarians Joan Sedlock and Marilyn Rustic as their officers, ,Ioan Herbst and Lois Berry were appointed secretaries of the frosh. Besides all this practicing, quite a few of our number were working very hard for the All-State Orchestra and Chorus Concert at Atlantic City in October. Gisela Nebel, Beverly Kessner, Anne Tell, and Robert Long of the orchestra, and Eleanor DeMar, Irene Mitts, .loan Nason, Lois Ketchem, ,loan Donnelly, and Kay Coats of the Chorus performed. Inci- dentally, the concert was considered the best in ten years. Y 1 U ' ' Ilm queen s CXCOUIIVC 001111611 1 '. J f 'J 1' ff' f 1' L3 W J' Before thc curtain goes up. Page fifty-three i if Q QL 5 3 5,5gQ.sSifE5iwSm ..siW5 .EES S .if,. gs Ra ise ,F . ww wt 55 A Swim as . 4 E ' W fi l J g,.Q1,iAi2QsfQiS Sufi 2+ S ig,i i 5 iii E5 91? 4 X 4 Q . 5 ax. hr O 'iv 5' W F 'gf' '53 5 X' 5 Tho liltlvr warhlvrsl llolorm Gail ancl lfllwl fillflllwllill' got 'llllv most original prizvs were l'vc0iv01l first prize- for tllvir artistiv "lXil1'lws' hy 'l'ml fi0t'l'Sl'llllf"I' anil lluilcly Svyholel. lwl'l'llll"M al Wllilmwisg the two 1-utvsl first' Pal Svlfall, svvoml nrizv, and Dor- P' . 7 1" . lil lnunuy rahhits won sm-onsl prim! for Marilyn Stanf- 4-illn-l'gc-I' a n il ,loyvv l,aulvnsla- ge-r, while' llarlm llrugfs lllyilllf vas- llv illlil vruvl N'ill'll got llliril prim' for ,loan llc-- lie-S, Kay Olvvr, an4l Fri-al illlllllll. li4'11-iving: honor- ahlv nu-ution in this most artistic group wvrc Dot l'aul, Doris Krocl, .loan l.iu1ls-ay, llill Nlvyn-rs. on Nlaxinv's winclow uthy llugllos, Marguvritc Svllaul, anil Juno Clowning a little! Fapiano, t li i 1' cl. llonorahlv' lllt'll- lion in this group wont to Bvvvrly Brvining, ,l 0 a n Koller, Pat Dris- coll, Vincent Lan- mlolfi, and Nancy Pvlcrson. "Holly", lVlr. Braun. anal Mrs. Taylor wvrv all vvry plvasml with the outconu- of this spvvlavlo anal so it will proh- ulvlv lnrconu- a , Mai-lnlosll, aml Cliff lownwiilc lwojvct for future llLlll0N't'.0lli. lmavv it to us to start a gooal lllillgll 'l'Iw litllvsl wa ll'lllI'l'Sl t Q5 fs 553 atlefi' Q6 Q ve at aka with T We in On the evening of that award assembly our freshmen, decked out in the most un- usual costumes, trooped en masse to their Hallowe'en party. The gym had been decorated that afternoon hy Social Com- mittee memhers Joy McGill, Judy Martin, Ronald Bornhuetter, Herh Luck, Pat Dris- coll, Betty Kem, Richard Kerr, and Doug- las Mocco, all of whom were guided hy Miss Jessie Dayton, faculty adviser. The monstrous room looked a mite different minus tl1e uiron curtainf' gym instructors, and a few other doodads. The partyls 'Ggrand march" yielded three prize winners: Beverly Leher, who hadgthe funniest costumeg Vincent Lu- hrani, with the most original costume fa scarecrow outfit with all the trimmingsl 3 and lwary Murphy, wearing tl1e prettiest costume. The boys in the Class of l952 won a fellow-girl toothpick relay, while Fred Busch, A1 Joho, Joel Gittleman, and Richard Volhnuth all placed in an elimin- ation game. Dancing to the UHS Dance Band developed ravenous appetites in our Ngreeniesn, and quantities of cider and douglmuts were devoured. Closing time came at ll:30, and to quote a well known phrase, Ma good time was definitely had hy all." fi ,t Page fifty-six We'll run you through! fx v f W O ,. vi Q A .5-ein"- xii il . Y: -Q 'F' K , Q, ws Q . V 7' v Y' 7: S 'Sl51? 'K V F 1 1 f ,guna 'NE 55 M gg as W ca Vee ru , A N xg, ,M ,fa feitws Q 5 5 Q ' :, i W' 7 Hgh nw , Q,mf as 4. Z4 2 5 W , Z 1 Q 1 fW7Q3 Q , X an Q "s Qw +QN san: Q J P 1-17,1 A Wqw fm, wAw w M K?-as if rm ,Ek N, QQ? '4 P N . S Mfg? + mfw .V ek' ,, J H W . ,S I, A f 1 5 Sw' ,V 3 , , , Q 6 v - 3, 'fx 5 Q ,W MMM, ""'5A' vw. I - f M QQf4'Q yKqg ,yg W lV ' qQQ25Q5'R5MiQ?w Q fyWW4'W,x fn 3 5 2 5 gg Q .,., 2,1482 5 g gi W My g A b A ,K QQ .fin Q' may .aj f 5 5,2 V Yi M, . . my I Q ? W A L V i 3 dy L 4 1 f Lf 4. 1 0 'ggi 9, Q I v:,,. k,,y A xr , W., ,A J X ' J ,X nf if if XI R Royal svrmlaulvl 42, Wff5i'+ Lf' f 1 , 1 UNYM -1' K K' "For ilu' lllilI'0Ull,M 1-lap. 1-lamp 1-BP' Unimfs finest. 1 Page fifty-nine gk. Z' Mm . ,1 fy gf J... .nf fi 45555- w i t W J if 'if' The winner of the tournament was Doris Braunerss team, the nfs and l Sf' At the end of the season the girls had a party in the cafeteria, using the money which or- dinarily would have been used for pro- viding transportation to away games. These we could not play this year because of lack of a practice field due to the build- ing of tl1e new school. ln connection with the other sports, Umpires Club was held every Tuesday to review any questionable plays of the games and to give the girls practice in Hum- ping" the games. Meanwhile, in the gym classes a Volley Ball Tournament was progressing and the winning teams of each class were decided. These six teams played a round robin, the winner of which was the 6tl1 period 'flonsf' The uIons", led by captain Jean Ostermayer, beat the lst period G'12:24's" f U 1" 1 L 4 .fx Seven dwarfettes. with captain Elaine Brunner by a score of 28 to l7. Throughout the year, the P. M. girls had their Fencing Club. Under the direc- tion of Miss Ferguson these girls learned the fundamentals, and later the skills of fencing, all of which were put to use in practice bouts. The ultimate result of this practice was a bout between the win- ning sophomore and the winning fresh- man, producing the champion of the P. M. girls. The sophomores had their barn dance a few weeks later, with the Social Com- mittee again decorating the gym to dis- guise it, and again serving refreshments, this time to the gulping sophs. They make music wherever they go. Page sixty i, t- 'ff .. ' . ff . , H . .. ' 4 5 , Bucky s boys. ,' Mjyfr , When records wcren't hlaring "do-si-do with your cornerf' or "DIVE for the oy- stcr", the Dance liand gave out with the smooth music, which means that the freshmen, sophomores, and the juniors too, were at one time or another indehted to Mr. John 'l'. Nicholson and his music makers, lioh Douglas, Greta Jannett, Boh lleinzman, Marshall Meflrain, and Don llohertshaw, on the hrassg Russell Hulsi- zer, Charles lloettchcr, Frank Gundaker, Arthur Seeman, Pat Kerner, and Ernie llemman on thc saxophonesg Marion Maxwell at the piano: Sam Genova at the drumsg and Evelyn llappcl at the string hass. Weeks were slipping hy, and hefore we realized it, tho most important sports event, of the term was upon us-the Thanksgiv- ing game with that formidahle, traditional 'om left to right-Sleepy, llappy, and 5holIy. ' 7 'A I -, My L" hu Q, A if f V-if rival Linden. Uur record up to then had heen pretty dismal, with a lone 6-tl Nilll from Clifford Scott standing out from among a 26-0 druhhiug hy Nvoodhridge. which opened the season, and consequent losses to Carteret, l9-7: Roselle, 7-0: Bound Brook, 13-0: Regional, 27-I2: West- field, 33-l3g and Roselle Park. I2-6. 'llhe team had one more game, just one more chanee to prove that they had what it takes. Turkey Day dawned cold, clear, and hright. Early, ahout 9:45, the team, with its manager ,lack Hang, and the hand piled into chartered huses which sped them to Linden. Though it was early, the hleaehers were crowded to the top row with vivacious Farmers, alunmi, and par- ents. Led by our energetic cheerleaders, ,lane Elmer, Pat Burr, Nancy Kennet. Claire Belanger, Mary Lou Hess. Sandra Wolfson, Carol Breunig. Boh Delvitt. Carole Helies, and Penny Potter, this great enthusiastic crowd cheered lustily through- out the game. r 4 , X 4,,.,. X Ag WWA X x Page sixty-one Shall We dance? Page sixty-two They get your goat. X f K ' X Hubba, lunhlrul I Y! Adjutant gvllcwzlls. Buck in '35 -Q Generals. Page sixty-three You should see the guy on the bottom!! At 10:45 Linden kicked off to begin the first half. It was a see-saw affair during which neither side scored. At the half the band, drum majorette Ruth Crafting, and twirlers Janice Benson, Margie Brun- ner, Judy Martin, Pat McConnell, Bobbee Oxman, and Pat Scheuerlnan delighted the spectators with a brilliant show on the field. Cheering continued, and when goat tenders Pat Segall, Charlie Rose, Harold Soederberg, and Bill Spekbardt managed to maneuver Willie Butt to the center of the stands, head-cheerleader Jane called for a rousing toast to our stubborn old IIIHSCOL Heroes? ? Union kicked off to begin the second half, and soon the action began. Russ Herter kicked to Lindenls Hal Fletcher on their two yard line, where Neil Chamber- lin nailed him. Trapped deep in his own territory, Bert Spader attempted a kick which was blocked by Charley Bomba- licky and recovered by Sam Faiello on the ten. Bob Mischak took it to the five and Herter cracked center to the llfg, but there the Tigers held and Union lost the ball on downs. Soader tried to kick from his end zone, Chamberlin came roaring in to block it and the Maroon took over on the three yard line. Mischak plunged over for the tally. Bob Boulfs pass to Johnny Dunster was good for that all-important extra point, making the score 7-0. Linden scored 6 points later in the half, but what difference did it make? We had won the Linden game!! What a perfect way to spend a morning, and for once we could really enjoy that turkey dinner. The next night found the seniors cele- brating the victory at a Thanksgiving Dance at the school. Expert decorating and dimmed lights had turned the gym into a beautiful ballroom, and into it crowded over 300 seniors and their guests. Cokes and doughnuts were served, and dancing and dining continued until l2 o'clock. At that bewitching hour Ed Coleman and his band signaled closing time with 'gGood Night, Sweetheart." As if by magic, the gym cleared, the cloak- room cleared, the school cleared. The curtains had closed on the first senior social shindig of the season. Page sixty-four x v Boluivu that hall!! 'l'h4- mt-rwlu-lining success of this dance was lllillll' po:-asihh: hy ahsolutc co-opcr- ation among tha- vlass as a whole, the Sen- ior Congress mcniln-rs: Ronald Born- lulvttvr, lid liudnvy, Jann listnnrs, Bob lluinmnan, liarhara lrwinv, Dolorvs Mull- in, ,Ivan Ustvrlnaycr, 'llrrry Stolll, and ,lo Voiga: thc- vlass offivvrsz prvsidvnt Pat Svgall. vim- pri-sidcnt ,lilnlny Brown, sm'- rvtary .loan Ile-livs, and trvasurvr Hola Krc-ug:-r: and vlass advisvi' Mrs. lflizalwth lfarnvs. Co-opvration made thc' Tllanks- giving Dance- an 4-vc-nt to hc- long r4-nu'm- lu-rvd. Cutting havk to foothall: at-vording to Swish itll thc l'l'l'0l'll, our frvshinan-sopholnorv tram did not fart- mum-h In-ttvr than thvir big lrrothcrs. llowvvvr. on 1-onsidc-ring that this tvani oompvtvd against junior varsity squads most of tho timv, their seven lossvs out of ninv gauws do not look so hlack. During this unfortunatv svason some hudding talent was lllll'0Y0l'Cll. Soph linrsman Boh Hanson 1-raukvd a fcw var- sity g.:atnc's, whilv such hacks as Pvtc Pvt- vnza and Marshall Xvoodton, and linvsmcn Kenny Miller and Nick Keating displayed potential strength for future varsity play. W4-'ll look to thc' futurv for our foothall championship! 1 ' . -t G2 'KT s w O I X Pagr sixty-fz'vc -I if L! Jr fl-of " 1 -4-,Av ff AN K px-"' x x"l"f'r KV, ' - xi i We have our ups and downs. .-5 tx ' Oc' it '-1 ,lust as basketball season was starting, our last pep assembly was held. Since it was just after the winning of the Thanks- giving game, everyone was in great spirits and cheered enthusiastically. Mr. Wal- ters and Mr. Jupina were called upon to make speeches and then awards for foot- ball were given out. The goal of every boy's career in football, the gold award, was a reality for five of our boys, Bob Boub, Bob Ostertag, Frank Catena, Johnny Dunster, and Bill Shortlidge. All of our football players received either U's or certificates for their hard work. Then our was gift-giving day, the team in turn pre- sented Mr. Kelly with an electric razor, which could be a gentle hint. Hmmm? .lust before the end of the assembly Mr. Mente introduced our practicing basket- ball team, impressing us with their great height and ability. Soon after Thanksgiving the really cold weather set ing this included sleet, hail, ice, and snow. As a matter of faet, l5 inches of the feathery white stuff kept us l1on1e from school one Monday just before the Christmas vacation. Many of us didn't believe the radio report that school would great speech makers, Frank Catena and Bill Shortlidge, spoke and presented Mr. Walters and Mr. ,lupina with maroon and white jackets with their names written across the hack. Now everyone knew who they were Cas if they didn't know beforel . The pigskin carriers were not the only ones to receive awards, Mr. Kelly, the tie- man himself, presented gold awards to Tom Bittweger and Walt Herbst, and U's and certificates to the other fleet-footed lnen of the cross-country team. Since it - T We have our Page sixty-six really be closed, so trudged up to the fellow non-bc- For the like centuries, Center, only to be lievers retl first time in UHS actually of in- clement ! We seniors were to missing a dismal In the back of our that the test and the would still be there 0 the prolonged week end P gl just Lodi' 4 D Yo u' 60' 'iff With ont- holitlay' oy't-r. our thoughts tnrnt-tl to tht- nt-xt. Christmas. a happy. holy tilnt- for all to rt-y't-rt- antl t-njoy. As nr-nal. tht- ,lllllltlI'-St'Ill0I' tllt-t- Clnh ht-gan to prt-part- its annual illlflr-llllili program. It was a program l'illt-tl with ht-antil'ul llllfihlllliti lllllilif that wt- loyt- to ht-ar. As tht- girls prot't-sst-tl into tht- antlitor- ium. wt-aring t-hoir roht-s antl holtling Iiglnt-tl t'antllt-s., tht-y' sang ",lt-sns llam- hinof' with a solo In l,ois Kt-tt-ht-ni. Lois llayn. l'at Wt-tlonnt-ll. lrt-nt- Nlitts. antl ,loan Nason prt-st-ntt-tl a short Christmas t-antata t-ntitlt-tl "'t'Iit- llirth ol' Cllristf' altt-r whit-h "llrt-ak l"orth Uh lit-antt-ons Light." a llat-h oratorio, was sung hy tht- wliolt- group. Slllllvlllillg nt-w was atltlt-tl wht-n tlil'l't-rt-nt groups sang songs from tlifft-rt-nt t-onntrit-s. 'l'ht- Spanish group sang two nnmht-rs. t-at-li with tht- nalnt- "l'astort-s Nt-nitl.u "ll list Nt-. la- llivill l'inl'ant" was sling hy tht- l"rt-nt-h group. whilt- a niixt-tl group sang tht- Gt-rnian sthtlgs "l'is Ist lfin lit-is l'intsprnngt-nn antl "Uh 'l'annt-nhanni." "'I'ht- Carol ol' tht- Singing lit't'4lsM was t'arolt-tl hy' an all .inn- ior st-xtt-t. Unt- ol' ,Mnt-rit'a's own t-arols antl a l'avoritt- with all. "'l'ht- lfirthtlay' ol' a Kiilgf' was rt-ntlt-rt-tl hy tht- t-ntirt- glt-t- t-lull. ZIIH ' ' ' ' '. ' ".Nyt- Maria" was snng hy l'll-anon liar with a violin ohligato hy Ci. -la t- it- . 'l'Int- t-losing t'arol. "Silt-nt Nigh , ' wt 'sung hy soloist .loan llonnt-lly gy" 1 hat'lt- grottntl hy tht- glt-t- t-luh.' ' - 'gions H1'l'lIUIl ill lllll' llHH1'llllPly flv x' I 'Ilflll' litntt gointtl in with tl qt ol tht l'amiliar t-arols. 'l'ht- strains ol' ",linglt lit-Hs" hronght Santa tlloh llonglasl Claus into tht- asst-nihly' with an t-mpty pat-lt 'l'his was llllt-tl up with tht- gills ol tht ll0llll'l'00lllS N'llil'll ill.l4'l'M'lll'tlS N't'l't' Sl'lll to tht- Wt ht-st wisht -stfit-ltl tltlllllllf' llomt- with otn -s l'lt-nty' ol' Christmas atinospht-rv ahout tht- st-hool was snpplit-tl hy' tht- ht-antilul trt-t- in tht- nlain hall tlt-t-oratt-tl hy' tht- -Xt' tlyitit-s Count-il. antl hy tht- Ktiy Clnlfs grt-at tlt-t-orating with t-vt-rgrt-t-ns antl ll.llXl snow. Nlrs. 'l'ay'lor's art t-lasst-s tlitl a wontlt llnl oh with tht sl - ' i ' - .' agt- st-ttlng with tht- lignrt-s in tht- hall. antl with tht front wintlow paintings. With t-oltl wt-atht-r antl snow our sports wt-rt- lilnitt-tl to tht- intloor yarit-ty'. Bas kt-thall prat'tit-t- ht-gan latt- in Ut-toht-r Coat-h Mt-ntv Imtt plt-nty' ol' ht-ight in play' . w . - - t-r.antl t-rs lllxt- tytolgt frlttlltl lohn Bak tilt-nn llt-rrigt-l. antl lots of spt-t-tl in lt-l lows likt- lloh llonh antl lioh Krt-ugt-r. N t-t in spltt- ol' tllt- ht-ight antl spt-t-tl ol' tht playt-rs. tht- tt-ani got oll' to an nnlut-lty start. tlropping four ol' its first l'iy't- ganit-s hy two antl loin' ptnnt margins to lit-glon al. llillsitlt-. lftlison. antl Wt-stlivltl. whilt ht-ating llountl llroolt. ont- ol' tht- strong t-st tt-anis in 'North Jt-rst-y. All tlnring tht 1 . fllll'lSllllllS vat-ation tllt- playt-rs. togt-tht-I with varsity' managt-rs ltltl lintlnt-y antl llonaltl ll0l'llllllt'lll'l' antl junior varsity nlanagt-rs Htl Costt-llo antl ,lat-lt lllott. wt-rt- at haslxt-thall t-onrts tln'onghont tht- town prat-tit-ing. prat-tit-ing. antl prat-tit-ing. l'ht-y'rt- onr pin-tlown rhanlpsll l'ttgt- Stiff!!-Nt'I t H 'CS W I aff C' -N' in Y The first game to he pla.yed after that intensive drilling period was with Linden. The Tigers had a high pre-season rating and were slated to beat us. Our team proceeded to upset the applecart. They played winning hall throughout the game and defeated those Linden Tigers 43-40. This game proved to he a morale booster I and a turning point, for from then on our team played good ball. After the Linden win, they also heat Harrison, Roselle, Westfield, Pingry, and Roselle Park, while losing to Hillside, Jefferson, and Regional. The final total was ten wins and seven losses, a record to be proud of. Romiettes and Julios. Page sixty-eight ' i Righ Huis way. X L 'f K - an If X . -1 'X' xc Rfk 'J 'I'lw i'l'l'Hilllll'll haul thvir own lmskvxlmll vain whivh wus ll part of lhv Union Coun- ly ,luninr lligh Svllool Basketball IA'2lglI1', l'ianal1'l'l1 Division. Tllvy playful vuvh U'1llll V , on lhvn' 51'ill'lillI0 lwivv. Ilu-sv im-huimi livgimlul. Ilillsialv, liosvllv Park, und H0- , . . Na-Ile-. IIIPII' SPRISUII PIIIIPII on Nlurvh I2 whvn lhvy fm-val un All-Star flflllllllllll' 91-lmul quinlvl. 'l'In- S0llil0lll0l'1' lvum 4li1l not he-lung lu 'Inv typv of il"lUlI4' und lhvv '.. 1:-H . wurkwl the-ir :1illlll'S urounal thc' i-l'0Hillllll1l Nl'il1'lilli4'. Mr. imv, thc' 1'0ill'Il, saw to it lhul our iii-il'l'llU0ll fivvs go! plvnty of vx- p4-rivm'4' and that thc' fvllows on tho IPLIIIIH would ln- rvauly for varsity play whvn the- tinu' mum-s. x ' J Forvi Y LG 'H Daddy ljlllliDIlf'l'-S dil'vclo1's. Page sixty-nine 4? N25 x y , ,, g Page seventy 1 . Batter up!! The boys were not the only basketball players of the school, for the girls now or- ganized their Basketball Club under the direction of Miss Lew. Teams were piek- ed for a round robin tournament and every Thursday the girls trouped over to Franklin School for an afternoon of play- ing. There., more skill was added to the fundamentals already learned in gym class, the games were umpired and refer- eed by our own Umpire Club members. Our wrestling team began training about a month later than the basketball team, F . - QQ O ff in plenty of time to be ready for their first mateh on January seventh. Return- ing to take their place on the team were three-year men Rieh Olsson, Ken Kling, Harold Mager, Don Morse, and Donny Danz. These men plus twenty other two and one-year men made up the group which took to the mats to wrestle for Union High. They beat Somerville 23-15, whipped Bound Brook 34-6, triumphed over Railway 19-15 and Jefferson 24-15, breezed past Regional 25-8, and eked out a win over Roselle Park 18-17 to remain undefeated in the season's competition. Strike four!! You're in!! J' 1 ' .li 'S 1'11t1'11ti111 lll'Il1i.l11l10ll p111'ti1-ip1111ts. ling. 11112. 111111 I111s 1111- hug? 'l'h1- j1111i111's With 1111- 1'l't'51llllilll 111111 s11l1h11111111'1- must 1IilW' 111111 that show l111si111'ss hug: 1111111'1's 111'1'r, lh1' j1111i111' 1111111'1' t'llll'l'1't1 th1- l11-1'1111s1- s11 Illillly 111' th1'111 t111'111'11 11111 ill 11i1'1t111'1'. Dl'l'l1l'il1illQl thv Qjylll with 1'v1'1'- 1111s111-1' I11 llr. 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'1'hist1'il1 was gi11'11 ill 1111111 ilss1'lll11111'S 1111 1"1'111'11111'y was 1111 11111111111 1'v1'11t for 1111- C1011 fzillll 111111 25 111111 it was w1111111'rl'111. il 1'r1-1lit 111 11111' 11111' 11vi11 0111-1'11 l11v1'rs w1'1'1- 1'11t1'11111'1'11 with Aillllilbl' 1-l11ss. th1- 111'1111li1'11l 11111si1' 111' this lll0t1Q'I'll w111'k. 1'11st p11t1'11ti111 lN'll1ll11l10Il IH.ll'1il'illilIltS. ga' s1'1'1'11fy-1111 The Manhattan Squares. I of' ' ' M223 ,gift W W 0'WjV"ff' , mf Now eame the 1190 e e , th -enioi lnom a q ' ' . . n ve l 1' 'l ahout months in advane , this 'ear 1 s no exveption. The night of Fehrua " fifth the senior elass, in their best clothes, came to school to find that a transformation had eome over the gylllllfwllllll. After passing through thc receiving line, everyone had a chance to look over the gylll ami its heautiful fleeorations and to ehat with his friends. Program cards had heen given P - . ai fi ml Ol pefor ,1 I d ntl dancing to I M Q Mn c Do Nil: 'S orchestra, with lr. 1 ' o p' o e mnenuetl with- out f ter a . gs 1 e its were servef I at a intf 1 S' a 1 then dancing rc- Slllllfxd vel e , and the end of the Jane ne ' to oon, and everyone left, a littl , gl' ant a little sad that our own senior I m s over, making graduation seem c en cf o r. Hocclown! l Page scvmzty-tivo . t t - I themselves into a l. M. Dramatic Club whose offieers were president Andy De- Mar, viee-president lloh DeWitt, seeretary ,lune lfapiano, and treasurer Mimi lliessen. 'l'heir older eounterparts, the junior and senior 'l'hespians, waited until Mr. Clark anuouneed tryouts for the senior play, "The Family Upstairs", and they then turned out to try their hand at emoting. For nearly a week Mr. Clark held these tryouts and that Friday in assemhly Boll llouglas announeed the outeome: Charlie Hose would portray Mr. Heller, the father, while his loving wife Emma would he aet- ed hy Arlene ullunnyi' Sherman. Ed Cos- tello and Barhara lrwine would take the parts of Willie and Louise Heller. illus- trious offspring of Charlie and Bunny, while liarhara's fiance, Charlie Grant, would he played hy Boh D. himself. Mrs. lfilly Stein Crant would he the mother of lloh. Maxine Minkowitz would hrogue her way through the play as Miss Calahan, the woman downstairs from "The Family Upstairs." 'l'his riotous show was produeed on April first and seeond in our auditorium. llshering those lucky people who saw this produetion were memhers of the Usher Squad. 'l'hese unsung heroes of assemhlies were organized with lloh Foster as eap- tain and Stanley Maeiejewski as his eo- eaptain. 'l'hey played an important part in helping "'l'he Family Upstairsw to run smoothly. "Welt-ome, sweet springtime, we greet thee . . . ta da ta, etef' Yes, we wel- eomed sweet springtime and were glad that it was here. By Mart-In we were sick and tired of snow and iee and searfs and mittens, and even the mushy ground was a pleasant ehange from what had heen. .... suv.. as t.. vv-atm.-puuutu-u um r, 1, haseball and traek teams hegan training so that they would hoth he ready for their first eontests in the middle of April. The hasehall team got into the fray first, fae- ing a powerful ,lefferson team on our home field. The team played a rugged sehedule which ineluded, hesides Jeff, Regional, Col- mnhia, Plainfield, Roselle, St, Patriekis, Westfieltl, St. Mary's, Cranford, Roselle Park, Hallway, Hillside, Linden, and Edi- son. Some players from last year's Group- 'l'hree Champion team retul'ned to their positions on this year's nine, and together with a lively group of juniors they put to- gether a team which eame through with a hetter than average season. Extra-eurrieular aetivities were running on sehedule, hut so was our sehool work. By this time the sehedule had just ahout heen eompleted and in early May we sen- iors hegan exam reviews. We took the finals the weeks of May lo, and what a sigh of relief we drew when they were over! Un the evening of May 22 we attended Baeealaureate serviees and as we sat there. we realized that our high sehool years were near the end. We would no longer see our friends every day, or eram for tests, or danee in the gym, or stay after sehool for aetivities, or do any other of the many things wliieh were part of our daily lives. By jiminy, we'd miss them all. Bae- ealaureate surely was a solenm oeeasion. Commencement took plaee on May 26. We had graduated. We returned for our eards and to say goodhye to teaehers and friends, for now we are the alulnni. I H x"3O .,',, Page seeezzfy-flzree jk? EOIMQI' .Sid COUNCIL: John Baker, Jack Devane, Tina Foti, Elsie Haight, Irene Kerhey, Rueth McCartney, Jean Orlando, Patricia Scheuerman, Eleanor Stein, Joel W'eiss. EDITOR IN CHIEF: Jack Devane. ART: Jane Estenes, Dolores Gail, Ethel Garthwaite, Elliott Segall. MAKE-UP: Tina Foti, Lois Hayn, Nancy Kennet, Joy McGill, Jean Orlando, Barbara Scotch, Mary Varecka, Janet Williams. ADVERTISING: John Baker, Jack Devane, Gladys Gargalowitz, Barbara Irwine, Nancy Kuehnle, Ruth Moen, Jean Ostermayer. TYPING: Ann Damato, Florence Davenport, Elsie F ranko, Elsie Haight, Betty Kaeflein, Mary Ann White. BIOGRAPHY: Jane Ebner, Rueth McCartney, Pat McConnell, Nancy Mitch- ell, Barbara Oxman, Dorothy Preuss, Eleanor Stein, Marianne Sturm. PICTURES: Warren Delpit, Bill Furze, John I-Iaug, Stuart Klabin, Claire Mayer, Virginia Osborne, Jane Tench, Anneliese Voight. HUMOR: Edmonia Brown, Robert Douglas, Rosemarie Haws, Irene Kerhey, Bob Lewis, Irene Mitts, Charles Rose. 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Van Deusen, Richard Writing 'Kilroy was here' Porky Pig Model airplanes Baseball EC Varecka, Mary Keeper of the music ' The Bells of St. Mary's Music Anything 5. Veal, Harold Chief woman hater Pm Just Wild About Harry Music Everything 5 Veiga, Johanna Athletic ability Babe Dietrichson Sports Swimming Vet er, William Being mousy Chilly Willy Fishing Swimming Voelkel, Robert A swell guy Pete Rieser Wolfing Brooklyn Dodgers Voigt, Anneliese Being a '6Merry Devil" Oinky Anything and everybody Sewing Voigt, Rita Timidity Rio Rita Swimming M. Y. F. Voorhees, William Adam's apple William Tell Baseball Sports Vreeland, Sidney Broad shoulders Sid, The Janitor Holding J. W's. books Women Wade, Alice Being a nice dancer Alice Faye Dancing Traveling Wagner, Maryanne Sophisticated voice Madamoiselle Sleeping Out west Walters, Oakley His foggy appearance Oakleaf Q Fixin' the car Wine, Women and Song Wfay, Eileen Her ring?? Five Feet Two, Eyes of Blue Breaking off with Charlie Making up with Charlie Weber, Ernest Being rugged Ernie Bomham Fishing Girls Weck, Fred Playing the accordion Harry 'The Cat' Brecheen Sports Being a bachelor Weiss, .loel Good guy Clyde 6Smackover' Scott Running through hurdles Sports Wells, Jean Being silly .lean Arthur Roller skating Pennsic eats White, Mary Ann Knobby knees The Velvet Frog Roller skating The Eyes of Texas Are Upon Me Whiteman, Carol Her reticence Paula Whiteman Records Vaughan Monroe Q4 id O U was EE ""C5 O Q42 IA A: Q-4 as 210 6D nf! .go cd-Cl :aa- S-l 35 D-1 C5 5-I ED 'GE an 311. is gs 55- ...gg 'EI-I E FSU 5.45-1 ,EU U ESE as EE ID E JS V251 DE -Qu .543 -.f: 'ED 'D Qu 5 44 O S.: Lf-to QD -EE O ai UJUD : O U2 H s,-3 -3: gf: Q me X!-4 NCB 22 IBD .E gsm sn-Q 0 .256 Z! Il-7 U Q5 QF! li 41,5 ii 0.111 bDv-1 55 W an P .2 CJ '75 mo es? 'Giga 'ENE 3.40,-In-1 F-HHCQ41 on .E dd 3.- mis' PDQ 5... 2 2 2559 1-Q S. Q-4 2 EE 33 O., O-Nei SUSE Semi goio V11 mum? 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'lfliff am! lsfammf George left Union a little bit GREENER Louis left Union a FREE-MAN Barbara left Union her case of SCOTCH HEINZ-MAN left Union his 57 varieties ,loan left Union her sugar KANE Bob left Union a proposal to AMMEND the Constitution Herby left Union his LUCK Rosemarie leaves some freshman her haw HAWS Harold leaves Union his cut of VEAL Ann leaves a rotten DAMATO on the wall Alda left Union a NICOL .lohn is leaving his RAFTER for the new school Eileen leaves her WAY with men Matthew leaves Union neither iron NOR WOOD Lee leaves Union WURST than when he came Bill leaves Union to go to church and be OHLE Florence leaves her FRANKness to a fu- ture senior Frankie leaves Union a CRABTREE for the lawn Doris leaves Union for the UNDER- WALD Ann leaves Union a little SCHARPF for Mrs. McCloskey Pat leaves Union a coral REIF Dolores leaves Union in a tropical GAIL Barbara leaves a THUM tack on Mr. ,lupinais chair Eleanor leaves Union a rose BUSCH for the front lawn Ethel leaves Union yelling, HGARTH! WAlTE!,' Julius left Union when a bee STANG him Helen leaves Union saying, "KO CI me some time." William left Union his FURZE Edmonia leaves Union her BROWN eyes Judson leaves Union to FINK about his future June left Union when an ANGEL BECK- oned Russell left Union because he pinched a girl and HERTER Jimmy left Union on a RYANy day Eleanor leaves a sophomore her favorite saying, "DE MAR you study, DE MAR you learn." Harold leaves Union a new drum MAGER Maryanne leaves Union WAGNER tongue a mile a minute Conrad leaves Union WICHT his diploma John leaves Union to become a BAKER Florence leaves Union a comfy DAVEN- PORT for the teacher's room Maryanne and Bill leave Union in the middle of a rain STURM Eleanor leaves Union a STEIN of beer Nancy leaves Union saying, HKENNET be true I've graduated?" Eddie leaves Union a MACH truck Carl leaves Union a DUMONT television set Elayne leaves an album of STRAUSS waltzes to Neil Chamberlain Eileen leaves Union some TOMPKINS ice cream Albert, Dorothy and Tommy leave Union a case of HOFFMAN soda Betty and Estelle leave Union on a HILL Margie left Union's Band her musical STAFF Joel leaves Union a WElSS1nan Adrain leaves a string of PAERELS to Barbara Horan Robert leaves his FOSTER brother to Un- ion Audrey leaves Union to be a FISCHER Robert and Laura leave Union for a MILL- ER's house Mary Ann leaves Union a little WHlTEr Sidney leaves the hopes that America will always be a VREE LAND Florence leaves Union REEDing a good book Page eighty-seven ullllulnlullnnlvlllll Page eighty-eight COMPLIMENTS OF GEMEX COMPANY PHOTOGRAPHY by CHELL F RANTZEN STUDIOS Pictures in this book are on file in our studio for 10 years. Prints may be ordered any time. 974 Stuyvesant Avenue 3 Beechwood Road Union, New Jersey Summit, New Jersey UN. 2-1643 sU. 6-2158 ' P 11.90 eighty-nine ROLLING PIN BAKERY Orders taken for afll occasions FRED ZEIDENITZ 1000 Stuyvesant Ave. UNION, NEW JERSEY COMPLIMEN TS OF THE WALDORF MENS SI-IOP 1023 Stuyvesant Avenue UNION, NEW JERSEY Page ninety SCHARES Lingerie Sportswear Accessories 1036 Stuyvesant Avenue UNION, NEW JERSEY COMPLIMEN TS OF PLAZA CUT RATE DRUGS Union's Lowest Priced Drug Store 1037 Stuyvesant Avenue Between Woolworth and the A Sz P HARRY C. BRADSHAW ooLLEoE ,JEWELERS Class Rings and Pins, Medals, Cups, Trophies, Fraternity and Sorority Rings and Pins, Ribbons - Pennants - Banners 'A' ak uk 4 Morris Turnpike SUmmit 6-5234 Summit, N. J P COMPLIMENTS OF HUNTER Sc CO. RECORD SHOP 1034 Stuyvesant Avenue Records - Television - Radios UNionville 2-8564 COMPLIMENTS OF PLAY FAIR INC. Sporting Goods - Toys Hobbies 984 Stuyvesant Avenue UNION, NEW JERSEY Page nmety-two CRAND UNION America's Second Oldest Food Chain Serving Discriminating Homemakers With Quality Food Products For Over Three-Quarters of a Century SUPER MARKETS FOOD STORES THE Uniorfs Largest Jewelers UNION .IEWELERS 1054 Stuyvesant Avenue UNION, NEW JERSEY Graduation Gifts such as: Watches, Pen and Pencil Sets Rings, Diamonds, Typewriters, Also Novelty Jewelry, Electric Appliances, Silverware, and Cameras, Etc. Absolutely No Charge for Credit THE H. A. GREENE CO. 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 Camp Outfits Outfitters for Union High School Athletic Teams Special Discounts to Union High School Students 30 HALSEY STREET NEWARK, NEW JERSEY Phone: MArket 3-1790 Page nine ty-thr ELizabeth 2-0032 UNionville 2-7500 REISEN LUMBER 81 MILLWORK COMPANY 1070 Morris Avenue UNION, NEW JERSEY PRUPIS Food 81 Liquor Store Delivery Service 1905 Morris Avenue UNION, NEW JERSEY Page 'ninety-four COMPLIMENTS OF JAMES J. MAHON Plumbing 81 Heating Contractor Telephone UNionville 2-4669 310 Laurel Avenue UNION, NEW JERSEY anunnnunnnunuumunn Phone UNionville 2-3256 John Cosentino Sandy Feola UNION SHOE SERVICE 81 LUGGAGE SHOP A Complete Shoe and Luggage Service 1000 Stuyvesant Avenue UNION, NEW JERSEY UNION TOWNSHIP TEACHERS ASSOCIATION UNION HIGH SCHOOL PARENT TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Pgenintyf ninnnnunn:nulnnnlnnuumlunlnlnlnunInnmnmnnnnnnun ORange 3-9273 UNionville 2-7811 Maison Alexander Upholsterers - Interior Decorators Slip Covers - Draperies Bed Spreads 569 Main Street 2006 Morris Ave. Cor. Harrison St. Union Center East Orange, N. J. Union, N. J. mnanin:nuninininInmnnunnnlnnunuulunnnnnmmnumn muuinInnuninnunnmmmnunnlinnunmuunnnunuuun:nun The Wright Store of Union, Inc. Hardware and Paints ARTHUR J. WOLF, SR. Manager 1049 Stuyvesant Avenue Phone: Union, N. J. 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