Union Hill High School - Orange and Blue Yearbook (Union City, NJ)
- Class of 1939
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BECAUSE OF THE SINCERE EFFORT WHICH HE HAS PUT FORTH IN THE
INTERESTS OF OUR CLASS FOR THE PAST TVVO YEARS, IT IS TO
Cwln. Henman .Simon
THAT VVE, THE CLASS OF JANUARY 1939, DEDICATE THIS,
OUR GRADUATION ISSUE OF THE ORANGE AND BLUE.
HIS VVHOLEHEARTED INTEREST HAS XVON FOR HIM THE HIGH ESTEEM
OF ALL THE MEMBERS OF OUR CLASS.
Uflocmdl ot Education
MH. C. A. BROWN MR. P. MUSTO
MH. C. A. PARKER
Superintomlcnt of Schools
MR. C. RIEMAN MR. E. GHOTH MR. A. SAFYER
O YYLE.7'l00 YYL ECLC ,ICRA
MR. AICHELMAN MRS. MANNING
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'Wim J-tcmnu S. Stahllen
The time has come when we must part. Flllll' years ago
we joined hands with someone who has always been our con-
stant guide. Through these years there have been trails and
tribulationsg but without these mishaps our life would seem
monotonous. Our memories ot' him shall never fade, and as
the years roll by, we will be able to remember that it was
he who helped us to achieve the heights to which we may
have risen. No matter how many words are used, we cannot
express adequately our sincere feelings of gratitude. This
someone you all know as Mr. Harry S. Stahler, our devoted
To you, MB. HAHHY S. STAHLER, the only word that is left
is THANKS, which is only a small token for all your splendid
supervision and appreciation to us.
twin. flaaac C. quench
To you, MH. FRENCH, as assistant principal of our high
school we shall ever owe a debt of gratitude for a kindly at-
titude and willing advice you have rendered us during our
four years under the roof of Union Hill High School. The
only way to express our deep appreciation is, "THANKS",
FI'l7l'llGV',X' 4, 1035 Une hundred and thirty bewildered lfreshmen were snapped by one of the candid cameranten
in school to-day, as they entered Union llill lligh School for the Hrst time.
1:f'17l'Ill1l'j' -1, 1936 Those same students were caught hy the camera again to-day. ln this shot they looked a
little older and less bewildered.
Felarzzary 17, 1037 To-day the school calneramen covered the tirst meeting of the Junior A Class. Officers and
faculty advisor were elected. The snapshots taken at this meeting show many familiar faces but the heads are held
Marci: 19, 11737 Many celebrities were snapped this afternoon on their way to the Ku Ku Kwiz Kontest held
in the auditorium by the junior .'X's. The affair. hy the way. was a huge success.
October 22. 1037 The ,lunior 13's held a dance called "The llig Apple". This was the lirst afternoon dance at
Union Hill High School at which the music was furnished by an orchestra instead of the usual records. :Ks an added
attraction the class held a theater party, that evening at the Lincoln Theater. ,
March 15, 1939 The candid camera craze is now sweeping the country and the Senior Ns bought their own
camera to be used by members of the class to take pictures of school activities tor the "Orange and lllueu.
Jima 17, 19354 The Senior .-Ys had charge of the Senior Reception held at Roosevelt School. The colorful crow Ll
that attended the affair provided many good pictures for the class cameraman.
October 15, 1938 The Senior ll Class started the term in the right way by selling football buttons with rabbits
feet attached. Looking over some of the recent snapshots it seems that everyone is wearing one of these lucky buttons.
After this, the members of the class devoted their time to the yearbook and looking forward to the Senior Re-
ception and Graduation.
MILDRED TUFARELLI MARGARET NOONAN
DOROTHY WILLIAMS JOSEPH PHOVITERA
Treasurer Publicity Manager
Roosevelt N. C.
Language Club, Dramatic Club, Secretary of
liicplogv Club, Echo Staff, Fielcl Day. Captain of
Girls' Basketball, History Forum.
Robert Fulton Columbia
Dramatic' Club, History Forum, Language Club,
Skating Club, Varsity Show.
Cheerleader, Girls' llasketball, History Forum,
Skating Club, Secretary of Class.
Lincoln slr. High Business
History Forum, Language Club, Gregg Shorthannl
.-Xwarfl, Esterbrook Award.
History Forum, Art Club.
ROSELEA BERTHA BURGESS
Xlashington, N. li. Normal School
History Forum, lliology Club.
"Cl1ifkir"' Roosevelt Nursing
Lincoln lr. High Hunter College
Language Club, Glee Club. English Club, History
Forum, Pinafore, Hudson County Chorus, Senior
Biology Club, History Forum.
DOROTHY M. COCHRANE
Franklin. N. R.
History Forum, Language Club, Gregg Shorthand
A ward, Esterbrook A ward.
RUTH RANDI CRYSTAL
Horace Mann College
Cheerleader, Varsity Show, Pinafore, English
Club, History Forum, Dramatic Club, Language
Club, Biology Club, llenry Martyn Raird Latin
Contest, .-Xssistant Manager Magazine Drive.
:Xrt Club, Language Club, History Forum.
LUCILLE DICKEL '
History Forum, Christmas Play.
Fairview F. S. liusiness
ROBERT V. BIAMONTE
History Forum, Track Team, Cross Country Member of History Forum, Biology Club, Art
Club, Safety Poster Award.
LOUIS BAUER FRANK BRUNO
Horace Mann School, N. R. College XYasliingt0n Undecided
Varsity Football, Baseball, Basketball History Football Manager, History Forum.
FRIEDA MILDRED EISENBERG
Xlashington School Undecided
Art Club, Biology Club, Language Club, History
Forum, Dramatic Club, Pres. of the Dramatic
Club, Member of Student Council.
Robert Fulton College
ljlistory Forum, Language Club, Senior Reception
Committee, Orange And Blue Stat?
F. S. No. 5 Business
President of German Club, Language Club, Skat-
ing Club, History Forum, Gregg Awards.
RUTH F YHR
Robert Fulton No. 2 Interior Decorator
Dramatic Club, History Forum, Art Club.
Xliasliiugton N. B. Business St. AllgLlStl11C'S Fordham
Track Team, History Forum. l'lOOfl121ll, TI'HCk-
JOHN CENTRELLO VVILLIAM E. DUELTGEN
Lincoln School Business jefferson BllSiUCSS
History Forum, History Forum, Dramatic Club.
F. S. No. 6 Unclecicled
President of Biology Club, History Forum, junior
O. QX. T., Gregg Sliortlmnfl Awzlrcls.
Lincoln, Fairview Rusiness
Language Club, History Forum.
Lincoln, Fairview Business
History Forum, Dramatic Club, Gregg Award,
O and B Staff.
Xliashington Business School
History Forum, Dramatic Club.
Horace Mann N. Y. U.
Captain junior Police, Band, History Forum.
Horace Mann Undecided
liiology Club, History Forum, Yllrestling Team,
Cross Country Track, Junior Police,
Washington School Business
Member of U. H. H. S. Band, Drum Major of
Rand, Member of History Forum.
EDNA FRANCES HENDL NORMA HRONCICH
"Edu Roosevelt School Business School
Rogsevelt Ijuginegg History Forum, Dramatic Club, Gregg Award.
History Forum, Language Club.
MARION EVELYN HOWELL
Horace Mann Business
History Forum, Dramatic Club.
Washington School College
lmnguagc Club, Biology Club, Dramatic Club,
BENJAMIN GOLDBERG GERALD GRAND
Lincoln N. R. N. Y. U. Robert Fulton Business
History Forum, Class Basketball, Track. History Forum.
OTTO GRALERT JAMES HARGADEN
Roosevelt Merchant Marine Service "Jim"
HiSt0ry FOTUFU- Horace Mann Rusiness
Xlashington Newark Teachers Normal
Advertising Manager of the O, 8: li., .Nrt Club,
Biology Club, Language Club, llistory Forum,
Girls Glee Club.
Robert Fulton College
Dramatic Club, English Club, History Forum,
O, Sz R. ljoarcl, Language Club.
Language Club, Dramatic Club, History Forum.,
Varsity Show, Fielfl Day.
SHIRLEY M. KIRCHER
Roosevelt P. S. Columbia University
Dramatic Club, llistory Forum, Language Club,
Senior Reception Committee.
Member of History Forum, Pres. of Stuclent
Council, Member of Language Club, Vice-Pres.
Ilashington School Unclecirlel
Language Club. History Forum.
DONALD RAY HOESCHELE
Roosevelt Uhio State
llaskctball Manager, History Forum, English Club,
lieho Staff, Biology Club, Dramatic Club.
llashington School Business
Pres. History Forum.
DOROTHY A. KISSEL
Language Club, Dramatic Club, History Forum,
Captain of Girls' Basketball Team, Treasurer of
Skating Club, Gregg Shorthand Awards, Orange
and Blue Board, Prom Committee, Field Day.
GLORIA CAROLINE KREEK
Vtfashington School Secretary
Dramatic Club, Language Club, History Forum,
Proms and Senior Reception Committee, Captain
of Cheerleaders, Varsity Shows, Field Day, Gregg
Short Hand Award, O. Sz B. Board.
GRACE K. KUNZE
Lincoln, N. B. College
History Forum, Language Club, Vice President
JENNIE LA BUE
Lincoln Jr. High Business
History Forum, Gregg Shorthand Awards, Ester-
MARTIN S. KNUTSEN
FRED E. KO ESER
Language Club, Art Club, History Forum, Dra-
matic Club, Band, Safety Patrol,
U "Mart5'J' 1 "Kurt"
Washington Diesel Engineering College St. Brigid's Business
History Forum, Gym Team. Football, History Forum.
LUCILLE LANDECK EVA LOWN
P. S. 27. Jersey City 13115111655 Horace Mann Business School
History Forum. Dramatic Club, History Forum.
CONJETTA L0 TURCO VERONICA ANN LYNCH
Franklin Business Horace Mann Art School
History Forum, Language Club, Gregg Shorthand Language Club, Spanish Club, Dramatic Club,
Awards. History Forum.
ROBERT LAPINE HAROLD F. LEAR
"Bob" "King Leaf'
Roosevelt Lincoln, N. ll. Business
History lioruin History liorum.
EDVVARD LA VUIE EDNVARD LYNGARD
Roosevelt School Undeciclecl Horace M ann Pace Institute
Language Club, Biology Club. History Forum, Language Club, Dramatic Club.
GRACE MARTORELLI MILDRED METZGER
--Cookiff' Roosevelt Business
Roosevelt Packard Dramatic Club, Language Club, English Club, His-
r F G li h A ' l-.
History Forum, Dramatic Club. to y Crum, regg S Ort and ual-C5
GRACE INIASQN EVELYN MICALI
Roosevelt School XYasliington, N. IB. Business
History Fo,-om' Language Club, History Forum, Sub-Treasurer,
ALBERT MUSKOWITZ HARRY NEUMANN
"Mask" Washington Business
Xvasliington Undgqidegl History Forum, German Club. Language Club.
Language Club, Art Club, History Forum, Dra-
matic Club, Pinafore Operetta.
RICHARD NAZARIAN PHILIP PANTALEO
Horace Mann Business Lincoln No. 5, N. H. Business
History Forum. llistory Forum.
Lincoln Jr. High
History Forum, Gregg Shorthand Award.
Robert Fulton Columbia
History ilforum, Varsity Show, Language Club,
Skating Club, Basketball Team.
TH ELMA M ULLER
Lincoln. Fairview Business
Language Club, Treasurer of History Forum,
Horace Mann Business
History Forum, Dramatic Club, U. ancl B. Agent,
H T011 3' H "PaizfcLlo"
Roosevelt School Aviation XYashinffton No. 8, N. li, Notre Dame
History lforum, Language Club, History Forum,
VVashington lliasliington, N. li. T L. S. U.
History Forum, Gregg Shorthancl Awards. History Forum, Chorus.
MARGARET NOONAN PEGGY OTCHY
XX'ashington School Unrlcciclecl Horace Mann llusincss
Secretarv of Class, Member of Art Club, History History Forum, Language Club, Dramatic Club.
Forum, 'Language Club, Dramatic Club, Biology
ADELINE OLIVERI RUTH PERTAIN
Washington Uncleciclecl XYa5lqingt0n Bujness
HlSTflfY Forum. Dramatic Club, History Forum.
Robert Fulton College
Art Club, Biology Club, Presiclent English Club,
History Forum, Chief of Stage Crcw, Chairman
Senior Reception, Orange and Rlue Board, Student
Council, Senior Camera Club.
Varsity Football. Varsity Gym, jayvee Basketball,
Track, History Forum.
Language Club, lliology Club, llistory Forum.
JOSEPH .l. PROVITERA
Class Basketball, History Club, Language Club,
Dramatic Club, Track. Gym Team, Varsity Show,
Prom Comm., Photography Club, English Club
l.i11col11 School llusiucss Robert lfultou Business
History liorum, Language Club. liuiguagc Club, llistory lforum
St. lXIaTy'S, IV. N. Y. liusiuess School "Erik"
History Forum, Drzunatic Club, Language Club. lllzlslllllgtoll, N. ll. N. Y. College of Klllsic
Language Club, History lforum, Art Club.
RUDOLPH H. RINGEI, GEORGE ROGERS
XYasl1ingto11 School College Robert lfultou lluclson College
Lauguzige Club, Dramatic Club. History Forum. llistory lforum.
JAMES ROES .IERALD ROSENVVASSER
XYashington , XVcster11 Electric Robert Fulton N. Y. U.
History Forum. History Forum.
Lincoln, Fairview Normal School
Art Club, Language Club, German Club, History
Lincoln lr. Higli Business
History Forum, Gregg Award, Language Club.
Horace Mann Packard
History Forum, Dramatic Club, Language Club,
Field Day, Assistant Editor of Orange and Blue.
Historv Forum, Dramatic Club.
Robert Fulton U. of Penn.
History Forum, Language Club, President of
Junior Class, Pi Mu Epsilon Mathematics Contest,
Senior Reception Committee, Editor of Grange and
Blue, Manager Magazine Drive, Senior Camera
Club, Student Council.
St. Margaret Marys lflusiness
Language Club, Dramatic Club, History Forum.
Hamilton, N. Il. Rusiness
Track Team, Football Team.
Roosevelt Undeci :led
History Forum, Varsity Football and Basketball.
Jgg.. f 3. f ,ix
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History Forum, Dramatic Club, Language Club.
MARY T. SECCASPINA
History Forum, Art Club, Language Club.
P. S. 100, Brooklyn Secretary
Basketball, History Forum, Language Club, Field
NO. 3, VV. N. Y. Undecided
History Forum, President Skating Club, Gregg
Horace Mann Southern Cal.
gqiick Team, Capt. Cross Country J. V. Basket-
History Forum, Language Club, Der Deutsche
Robert Fulton N. Y. U.
History Forum, Language Club, President of Or-
chestra, Student Council, Biology Club, Orange
and Blue Board, Senior Reception Committee.
History Forum, Art Club, Skating Club.
' If 1 551.1 .
Still jr. High Undecided
Dramatic Club, Skating Club, History Forum.
Band. History Forum, Dramatic Club, Biology
Club, Art Club, Language Club, O. 81 B. Board,
ROSE MARGARET SPAGNOL0
Vllashington N. Y. U.
History Forum, Dramatic Club, Language Club,
Gregg Award,'Esterbrook Shorthand Award.
RUTH MIRIAM SPULER
P. S. 28, jersey City Fashion Academy
History Forum, Language Club, Dramatic Club,
Skating Club, Gregg Shorthand Award, Orange
and Blue Board, Prom Committee, Field Day,
ARTHUR R. VVILHELM
Washington School Business Horace Mann College
History Forum, Varsity Show, Pirates of Pen-
FRANK J. WYNNE ARTHUR ZOGBAUM
P. l7O. Queens, N. Y. Civil Service Horace Mann XVest Point
History Forum, Riology Club. History Forum.
Twewt y-F 0 ur
MARY THERESA STERN
History Forum, Dramatic Club, Field Day, Prom
St. Brigid's Business School
MILDRED BRIDGET TUFARELLI
XVashington McDowell School
Mice President of Class, Language Club, Dramatic
Llub, History Forum, Skating Club, Orange and
Hlue Board, Flelcl Day, Prom Committee.
Robert Fulton U. of Vermont
History Forum, Dramatic Club, Language Club,
Horace Mann llusiness
Language Club, History Forum
MARION K. WASHINGTON
Dramatic Club, History Forum, Basket Ball Ref-
DOROTHY EDNA WILLIAMS
Roosevelt Business School
Treasurer Class, History Forum, Dramatic Club,
Field Day, Skating Club, Gregg Award.
P. S. No. 4 Business
History Forum, Language Club, Photography
Club, Skating Club, Gregg Awards.
R. HENNESSY Z. KAPLAN
V. BERTON R. CRYSTAL
S C H Q0 L
YVE, THE MEMBERS OF THE GRADUATING CLASS OF JANUARY, 1939,
WVISH TO EXTEND OUR "THANKS" AND BEST WISHES TO
fVVlu.m C. CWI. Slmonton
WHO WAS ONE OF OUR MOST WORTHY TEACHERS, AND ADVISORS.
WE XVISH TO EXTEND OUR APPRECIATION TO HER, FOR HER UNFAILING
EFFORTS, AS FACULTY ADVISOR OF THE LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT.
VVE SINCERELY HOPE THAT SHE XVILI. HAPPILY ENJOY
MANY OF HER RETIRED YEARS.
Faculty Advisor .........,,, Mr. H. S. Stahler
President ..,. .......,,..,,,,,,....,,,, l Q, Hennessy
Vice-Pres. ..... .....,.,. li , Prato
Secretary .... ...,... J . Uonin
Treasurer ..,.,, ,,...r j . Mui-ney
The Student Council is composed of the presidents of the classes and other organizations. The purpose of the Stud-
ent Council is to carry on the social affairs of the classes and organizations.
This year the Student Council was very eliicient in the presentation of baskets at the Thanksgiving assembly,
Active ineinlners are:
Alpha Caliandro. Art Lilulmg tieorge Hull, llistory lforumg Douglas Petrillo, linglish Clulsg Dorothy l'urvogel, l.an-
guage Cluhg john Rover. Orange and lllueg l'1I'iCfl2l Eisenberg. Dramatic Clubg George Yallone. Urchestrag Lucille
Conrade, Girls' Clee Club.
SENIOR A CLASS
This term the Senior .N Class voted for a new lfaculty Advisor. Mr. Daniel A. l'rimont. Klr. l'rimont was
the unanimous choice of the class. lle has proved a wise selection.
We presented an .Xlternoon Dance which was attended by a large crowd.
XYe were the main cog in the success of the Victory Dance. We were in charge of the Advertising which was
so complete that the dance was a huge success. V
Next term we will he more enthusiastic in our activities as it is our last year.
liaculty Advisor ,,,,.... ,.... M r. D. Primont
President .... ..........,,.,.,. ............ lj . Prato
Vice-Pres. ......,.,.... C. Martina
Secretary .,,. ........ L , Ponticorvo
Treasurer ...... ........ M . Romano
lfaculty Advisor ,A,,,... Mr. K. C. Eveland
President ,,,,. .,,,.,,...,..............,.... J . Bonin
Vice-Pres. ,........ F. Ricereto
Secretary ,.... ....... E . jenkins
Treasurer .... ....,... R . Gruber
JUNIOR I3 CLASS
The activities of the junior ll Class this term were a great success.
Un November 10. 1038 the vlr. 13's held their lfall Dance. A large gathering attended and made it a gala affair.
Two tickets to the Memorial-Union llill flame were given ZIWZIY.
The xlr. ll's were in charge of the decorations for thc Tliankgiving l'romg and a line job they did of it. The
Roosevelt School auditorium was decorated as a football field and it was greatly admired by those who attended.
JUNIOR A CLASS
The Class of june 1940. having been organized on October 12, 1938, began immediately on the affairs that
go with such an organization. The first main thing that came up was the Victory Dance, at which we handled the
Having successfully managed that part of the dance we had an afternoon dance on December sixteenth which
was a success.
Hfhen our class was organized, Mrs. Aron was chosen as our faculty advisor. She is now on a leave of ab-
sence but we, as a class, want to thank her for the line work that she did and are anticipating another fine friend in
our new faculty advisor.
l'l?lClllty Advisor ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. Mrs, .Xaron
PI'CSif1ellt ..........,.,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, Nliirnevq
Vice-PFCS. ..., ...,,...,.,, Q l. tlnnran
Secretary ,,,,,, .,.,,,,, M . Coclirane
Treasnrer ...... ,,,,,...,. X . llnst.-fl
T11 ir! y
Faculty I-Xclvisor ......,..,..,.., Miss M. Wioods
President ...,. ..,.,,..,..,......,,,....,,,, J . Gallina
Vice-Pres. .AA.AA,, R. Goldstein
Secretary ..,, ..,,.,., X Y. Lishick
Treasurer .... .....,., t '. .Xlbisetti
The Biology Club is a study for students who are interested in special biological work. beyond that which can
be accomplished in class.
Groups are organized for work in Microscopy, Anatomy and Anthropology.
Fourteen members of the club are taking courses in scientific work given by The American Institute of Science
and Ifngineering Clubs in New York City.
The Dramatic Club this year is following a new policy for selecting its members. Under the new requirements.
a student who desires to become a member may present his name to any of the ohticers. Ile must then
factory probationary speech, or have taken part in an assembly program or some other forensic event.
tlraduating members of the club, who have done outstanding work are awarded Club Membership
Social events to date:
October SIA-Afternoon dance, featured by a dance contest and a fine exhibition of the shag.
make a satis-
pins, with ap-
December Z1-Christmas Party for members. Exchange of gifts, refreshments and games were enjoyed.
Faculty .-Xdvisor ............ Miss E. S. Rank
President ..... ....................... I Eisenberg
Vice-Pres. ....... G. Kolisch
Secretary .... ......... E . :Xnrig
Treasurer .,..,............. ....... I 1. Savarese
Publicity Manager .... ........... T . Meth
lfaculty Advisor .A...,.,,A,.....,,,,.... Mr. Mohair
President ,,,, ...,,.... ,,,,, D . Petrillo
Vice-Pres. ..... ,,,,,, M , Metzger
Treasurer .,,A, ...,., M . Weil
Secretary ,.,. ....,,, l Q. Ortega
The English Klub is Union liill's only lionor sol-it-ty. Cztimcliflzttt-s for nienibcrsllip are acceptecl on the recom-
inenclation of the linglish instructors, who base their jllllgjllwllli on the suholzistic work of thc stuclents.
The organization is clivitlt-tl into four special groiumszfe
l-Senior Drama Rt-ruling finuum, unrlvr the flirt-ction of Nlr. Simon.
..-Senior :Xclv:i11ct-cl Xlriting flrotum. unth-1' thc- flirt-ction of Mr. Sziillnwiic.
3--lunior Magzlzine Group, unrlcr the lezulc-1'sl1ip of Kliss Rosso
-l-Soplioniore Short Story llroup. unclvr the flirt-ction of Miss Morton.
D+i'Tl'CSllIllEl11 Discussion tiroiuv. untlvr the tlirvction ot' Nlrs. .lzuna-son.
The entire progrzun is inirlt-r the lc-:ulorsliip of Mr. hlioscpli Nlolmir. hezul of the linglish Department and faculty
advisor of the English Klub.
The History lforiun has hurl il wry succcssfill term. Nearly every student in the Senior Class is 21 member. The
lforuln has zllwztys shown :L great intern-st in thc School l.llll'1lI'y :intl has contributccl very generously to its support.
The afternoon cluncc was well zittt-iult-cl.
Three very interesting groups nutct wet-lily for inliornuz-l mliscussion.
Current l':VUlllS'XXiL'Kl. zu 3 115--fKlr. Simon in k'ilZll'Ql'.
European :Xffz1irs-Tues. :tt 3:15--Mr. .'Xlt'l1t'll!l2lI1 in lill2l.l'gl'.
Latin ,'XlllCl'lCZl"lilllll'S. :it 31154--Miss liilflll in L'll1ll'gQ'.
Faculty .Xclvisor ..... ,..... ....... N T iss llzirth
President .... ......... , ,, ,.,.. Ci. llull
Vice-Pres. .,,. ........ C l. lfllszlll
Secretary .... ........ I Q. lfercus
Treasurer ................ ..., , .T. Muller
Publicity NIZIIIZIQCI' .,,... ,.... l '. lj2ll'l'CllZl
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lfaculty .Xclyisor ....... . ,,.,.. Mrs. E. Rogler
President ,..., ..,,............ ,.,.... X . lfisher
Vice-Pres. .,.,., G. linnze
Secretary ..... ....... C '. Kleiner
Treasurer .... .,,,, l 7. Joehnk
The liermun Club was formed one and one-hall years ago, for the purpose of making Herman students better
'iccuainted with the German language and with German Customs and ideals. Since the club is a branch of the Lan-
guzwe Club. each member buys a lilllgllllgkx Club Ticket. lt is an Honorary Llub, and ac:epts as members only those
students who have had at least a halt year of tierman, with an A average. Prospective members are interviewed by
the lXll'IlllJCl'Sl1lll Comnnttee, who report to the Club. A unanimous vote of the club then installs them as new mem-
bers. The lllt'llllX'1'Sll11J, however, is limited to forty.
The club meets on the lirst and third lfridziy of every month. As much of the business as possible is carried on in
tierman. and the SCCl'Ct2ll'f'iS report is written in tiermzm. l"1'equently, skits are presented in tierman, or German
read. The club has learned a great variety of German songs. and is now learning some German Christmas
songs. livery once in ll while, we go to New York to see a Herman show. XYe enjoy these shows very much, for our
ears have become accustomed to hearing tierman conservation.
Such have lzeen the activities of the Herman Club for the past one and one-half years.
THE LANGUAGE CLUB
The purpose of the Language tfluh, is to provide a closer honl of relationship among the divisions of the Language
Department. has been successfully carried out this term. The membership is comprised mostly of the better language
4 .During this term we held a period show on December seventh which was very successful, a "Quiz Contest". and
2. Lhristmas Party. 'I hese events were enjoyed by the members of the club.
lfaciilty .Xtlvisor ...., .,.,,., lN fliss .-Xllen
President .... ..................,..i.. l 3. Puryogel
Vice-Pres. ..... ..i..... I '. Pierson
Secretary ..,,.. lf. joehnk
Treasurer .......,......... ....,, M . Cieri
Publicity Manager .... .....,. ' F. Meth
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Musical Uireetress .............,.,,,,. Miss Reber
Presirlent .A,,, , ...,,,,.....,,A.,,,....AA, L, Lirmrailt
Vice-Pres. ,,,, ,,,,... l Q. lfiecller
Seeretary ,,...., C. XYcnneis
Treasurer ..... ,,.,,, E . Lzmge
The Girls filee Chili, which is inure than thirteen years nlrl, has heen hultling its regular meetings this term
on Thursday afternoons. The eluh nienilnership is limiterl to forty niemlzers ancl our list of applicants for inenihership
is increasing rapiclly.
The Cilee Cluh has appearecl four times this term, :Xt our tirst ancl seeonrl l"arent's night. at the Shakespeare
entertainment. anml at Christmas time.
Next term. is to lie a husv une. All our etiorts will he exertecl tmvarcls a lilffflt re bresentation at the Hudson
County Music Festival this spring,
The tiirls tilee tiluh owes its success mainly to the untiring efforts of Miss Reber, who makes possible our
pleasant song tests.
The Lfniun llill lligh School Orchestra is fortunate in having as its leacler, Mr. A. Louis Searinolin, who is a tine
musician. well-kiimrii on the raclici ancl as a eumpuser. ln aclclition tu this he not only is an excellent pianist hut plavs
all stringed instruments as well as hrass, The Value of ensenilile playing eaniiut he exaggerated. so evervnne shoulrl tell
entering pupils of this remarkable opportunity of praetieing Nlunclay and 'l'hursclay at eight in the niurning.
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lV,l'CSltlQl'lt ,,... ,,,,,,,..., ...,,., t 1 . Yallwiie
Secretary ..,,, ,,i,,, D l. lJUlll'lS
Treasurer ,.,, ..,,,,,, ll 1. lleeker
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Faculty Advisor ..,,,,....,, Miss H. Nesslage
President ,...A. ,..,,,.,,. .,.,,.....,, ' X . Caliandro
Vice-Pres. ...,.... C. Sarkisian
Sec'y-Treas. ..,. ..,,...,.. E . Casper
THE ART CLUB
This term the Art Club has been meeting on the tirst Tuesday of every month. liach meeting is devoted to one
of a series of lectures given by Bliss Nesslage. the faculty advisor. The lectures deal with ancient art. The hrst lecture
was on ligyptian :Xrtg the second. Assyriang and the third. tireek ."Xrt. etc. liach lecture is illustrated with picturesque
slides belonging to the art department. -
This term the dues of the Art Club members were collected forthe purpose of puchasing more slides.
Those who have taken Art or are at the present. .-Xrt students are cordially invited to attend these interesting
Our Art department does many things to help make our assembly programs successful. This term many of the
students assisted llliss Nesslage in the painting of scenery for our plays. The Senior Art Classes have made the
beautiful Christmas folders which the tilee Club used on the Christmas program.
The Art Club expects to continue its interesting work through the coming year. lte all hope that all those who
are interested in Art will not hesitate to join.
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The outstanding classroom in the magazine drive was 63. The students in that room brought in 3137 in
subscriptions, to lead their nearest rival by more than 3350. The boy's and girl's wrist watches, which were given as
prizes to the one boy and one girl in the school who brought in the most subscriptions to the American Magazine
were won by Arthur Faraldi and Ruth Ferens, both of whom are from 63.
As a reward for this tine work the class was given a party by Mr. Aichelman. A lunch was served to the
students and there was dancing. The music was supplied by Arthur Faraldi and his guitar.
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Editor Associate Editor
EUNICE SCHIEBER JOHN D. ROVER ALICE JONES
Business Manager Circulating Editor Business Manager
GEORGE HULL SHIRLEY KIRCHER GEORGE VALLONE
Literary Editor Art Literary Editor
RUTH BAURIDEL ROBERT BIAMONTE MILDRED TUFARELLI
DOROTHY KISSEI. RUTH SPULER
GLORIA KREEK RUTH CRYSTAL
ETHEL MOCH MARJORIE GROSCLAUDE
DOROTHY COCHRANE CATHERINE BERLIN
JENNIE LA BUE ZELMA KAPLEN
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Ifaelilty .Xdvisor ,,.,.A.,A,,,..., Mr. Sanborne
The Union Hill Iligh School Iland has played for the foot-ball games for three seasons. Too much credit cannot
be given to the members of the band for volunteering their services and coming out for praetiee Tuesday, XX'erInesday,
and Ifriday mornings before school. In the band are some line players. 'Iihe Iland is not only a handsome speetaele, but
a diversion for the audience and an inspiration to the football team. Ileat Emerson again next year!
Our cheering squad has distinguished itself by its everlasting yelling and singing of Union's cheers and songs
to encourage football players, basketball players, and the students themselves. This gayly dressed group have stood
by our teams till the end, whether in victory or defeat. They have eondueted pep rallies so sueeessfully that at times
it seemed as if the ceiling would rise from the responding roars.
To the graduating members of the squad, Gloria, Ruth and Kay. we express our appreeiationg and, to those
future graduates, Marilyn, Harry, Tommy, Eddie and Harold. we extend our thanks, and leave it to you to keep the
Union spirit high and to encourage future Orange and Illne teams on to victory.
l. EIDNYARIJ SCHULER
2. THOMAS QL'INN
3. M.-XRILYN XVITCOVER
4. RUTH CRYSTI-Xl.
5. i1I,-ORI.'X KREEK
6. CATHERINE IIERLIN
7, HARRY ROBINSON
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Coach ..,,.,A, ,,,,,..,,,,,, M r, li, Finn
Captain .,....,A ....,,,, C ieorge Rauch
Manager ,,,.. ,,.,,,,,, C 1, Goralewicz
Union Hill Opponent
0 liayt nne 6 l
fm Ferris 20
0 Lincoln 6
25 Dickinsin 0
6 Memorial 0
12 Emerson 0
This year our football team enjoyed one of its most successful campaigns under the coaching of Mr. Finn. The
highlights of the season were the decisive defeat of Dickinson and the strong finish of the team as they not only defeated.
but held seorless, our old traditional rivals, Memorial and Iimerson. The defeat of limerson was especially welcomed
because it came after a tive year streak of losses. After just twenty years of rivalry, the records show exactly the
same number of victories for both teams. Ilowever, we liavf zi feeling that from now on Union Hill is going to have
the winning streak.
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM
This has been the first Cross Country Team to ever exist in the history of Union Hill High School. Although
we lost every meet, our team made a good showing.
The stars of the past year have been, XY. Taihle, 1. Dalie, and Ii. Sullivan. XY. Taible and E. Agclerian are
taking part in the Pennsylvania Relays.
Our opponents were :-East Rutherford, Emerson, St. Micliz1cls,Cliffside, Ferris.
Members are:-ll. Sullivan, J. Dalie, ti. Forsythe, XY. McKee, E. Agclerian, L. Dessart, S. Sidoti, J. Mahoney.
XY. McKee, E. Agderian, L. Dessart. S. Sidoti. Al. Mahoney.
Coach .i,,.. ..,............,.,............. M r. Faltings
Manager .... ............ I ohn Scutier
Cfaptain ....,... William Taible
Coach ....... ,,,,,,A.,....,,A.....,,,,..,, M r. Falting
This year our basketball team started the season with victories over the Alumni and Stevens Freshmen. Then
they suffered a defeat at the hands of St. Michaels in an extra-period game. Returning to their winning ways they
defeated the Stevens Freshmen again and also Demarest, only to be stopped by their arich-rivals, Emerson. However,
the season is still young and the players feel that in a very short time they will be playing the brand of ball which
Union Hill is accustomed to seeing.
The team consists of lfred Spina and William llraily, co-captains, and Richard Pasch, Nicholas Alefh Fred,
Natola, Clayton Hart, Harold Frome, Fred Cospito, James Campbell, William Steinbach, Frank Plantemurra, An-
gelo Demarinus, and Louis Bauer.
Once again Girls' llasketball has triumphed in Union llill. For the past few years, the girls haven't been able
to enjoy this sport. Now, however, under the able guidance of lXliss l.osowich the girls have been able to participate in
athletic sports, livery Tuesday afternoon, those girls who partake in the fun. not only learn to play all positions on
the team, but also learn to "ref" a game. The respective teams are chosen according to the term each player is in. Hence
we have a lireshmen, Sophomore. two ,Iunior and Senior teams. The corresponding captains are: Alice Wvilliams,
Elizabeth llrandt, ,lean King, Ruth Happell and lflaine liaslszowitz. llere's luck for the future!
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liileulty .Milvisor ,..A..,A,...,,A. Miss Najarian
President ,,,,,, ...,,,, ,....,,, ,..... l 7 . Senka
Yice-Pres. ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,.,,. L , XYolf
Secretary ,,,,,, ,..,,,,,, E . lluneke
Treasurer ,,,,. ,,,,,A,., D . Kissel
About nine new members have been added to the Skating Club this term, and in the past we have had two skat-
ing parties to the Hackensack Rink. However, a group of girls go steadily to Columbia l"arl4 on Ladies' Night. A
general skating party was not held this year as was done in the past flue to the many other events of the semester. but
the club has had its usual lot of fun.
The Union Hill High School gym team has started practice already. although they do not intengl to meet any
teams until the beginning of the next term.
l.ast year the team had a very successful season, winning over lfmerson, Dickinson, Henry Synder, Annapolis
lireshmen and Princeton Freshmen. They lost only to Lincoln and XYest Point. They also were second in both the
A. A. U. and the New jersey State M-eets.
This year the team intends to meet all the local high school teams and Mr. tileyre, the coach, hopes to take the
boys to Annapolis, llvest Point, Princeton and possibly some other colleges.
On the present team there is Harold lfby, A. AX. U. champion on the Hying rings, and llarry Robinson, New
,Iersey State champion on the horizontal bar for 1958. Some of the others who intend to bring glory to dear old
Union llill include Xl'illiam Troisie, Morris Zaslavsky, Philip Melniclc, Howard llothe. .Nu lrew Dujnic, Martin Knut-
sen, Nathan Nezhni, Henry llonrguin, Yal llloch, llomonic Nizza. Robert lioldstein, George Seifert, ,Iohn Mahoney
and llernard llrill.
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. Arthur Breakston delivering XVeleome Address to
. Peace Play given Parents Night.
. Mr. Brown, President of Board of lidueation
Rizzo with Memorial Trophy after Mem.-U. H. Game
Mr. Wright demonstrating exercises to students.
U. H. Cheerleaders with Emerson chariot and Alumni
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Union Hill - Emcrson Ganw. Pass by BZIUFI' extra-nw
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Mr. Finn C0llQI'2lllllIll.l'll by i'0I'IIl0l' couch .l. Manulio.
Snake Dance following U. ll. victory ova-1' Memorial.
Captain llc-orgc li2lllSi'll ollicizllly ln-ing prcscnlc-rl with
Anlcricanl lmgion Trophy.
l'nion llill Baml - Tlmnksgiving Morning.
Gvorgu liilllSl'll prvsvnling Mr. Sl1llllL'l' with AIIll'l'lCllll
Part of thc immense crowd at Thankgiving flillllii.
Current Events-In these weekly meetings we try to bring to the students attention topics of interest and very fre-
quently topics which greatly govern our every day life. Under the able leadership of Mr. Aichelman, we expound all
sides of the questions brought before us whether they be foreign, national, or even local. The discussions are very
thorough, unbiased and interesting. Everyone usually profits at these meetings by learning something new or in merely
finding out the other persons opinion.
European Affairs-The European Affair Group was started in October, as a branich of the History Forum, with Mr.
H. Simon as head. He usually gives a lecture which is followed by a very interesting discussion by the students.
The group was formed in order to increase our knowledge of the events occuring in the Old VVorld today. This is
especially appropriate at the present time.
Latin-America-The purpose of these meetings has been to bring to the student a better understanding of our neigh-
bors in America, their manners and customs, their governments, as well as the possibilities for a better understanding
and friendlier co-operation among the American Republics.
'fSuper-salesmanship" and "Out-doing last year's recordn are the goals toward which the Magazine Drive Com-
mittee works. This year the Managers could well be pleased having netted two hundred dollars above last year's
total. Magazine sales amounted to 9'pl,426.00. Of this amount, the school library fund received approximately forty-
five per cent.
The most outstanding feature of this year's campaign was a unified and extensive publicity program including
novel advance posters, sandwich-men, boosters. and finally the daily publication of a news bulletin. As usual, there
were both individual and class Prizes. The individual premiums were purchased with the Library Fund Portion of
To climax this week of sales activity, Mr. Aichelman sponsored a party for his home-room C633 which had
made the highest class returns-372W of its quota. Honorable mention went to Mr. Schaediger's homeroom C335
with 268W of its quota. '
The Salesmanshfp Managing Group consisted of john Rover, Circulation Mgr.g Ruth Crystal, Assistant Mgr.
The Floor Managers: Harold Herzog, Harold Eby, Charles Albisetti, Maurice XViell and Murray Deutschmang Pub-
licity Manager, George Tamke, Publication Committee: Arthur llreakstone, Peter Savarineg Roosters: Rosalie Bur-
gess, Zelma Kaplan, George Yallone, Douglas Petrillo, Erwin Kreamer, joseph Provitera, Val Bloch.
This year the typing and mimeographing was done by the Commercial Department under the supervision of
Mr. Charles Hainfeld and Mrs. M. Scanlon.
Faculty Advisors for the campaign were Mr. XVilliam Aichelman, Miss Rose Najarian and Miss Alice XYalter.
Mrs. Scanlon Mr. Ostroff
The youngest division of the English club and one of the active extra-curricular groups of the school is the
Press Staff. This group publishes a weekly column of school news in the Hudson Dispatch.
Additional publications this season were an "Advice to Freshmen" liulletin and the traditional Thanksgiving
Publication. The latter received the name "The Gobblern suggested by Frank Spina and chosen from over 400 en-
tries in a name contest.
Union Hill's victory in the Turkey-Day Game influenced a donation of 100 copies from the printer which were
obligingly autographed by the Members of that never-to-be-forgotten team and sold as souvenirs.
XVithin the last few months, the Press Staff has evidenced decided growth and change in organization. The
group is closely emulating true "press" tradition, possessing both a "bulletin" and a Umorgue of its own.
The Staff is as follows:
Editor-in-Chief: Max Victory Ass't Editor-in-Chief: Dorothy liaumang Editorial lloard: Harold Eby, George Tamke,
Doris Garey, Harold Herzog: Reporters: Angelina Bellechio, Grace Sacks, Martha llecker, Rose Marie Schlegl, Charles
Sarkisian, Ruth Ernst, Charlotte Langer, Grace Conran, Walter Lischik, Henry Stoeckert, Peter Savarinie, Shirley
Saher, Ruth Aronowitz, Benjamin Ribaudo, Marie Durso, john Murney, Ethelanne XYinterheld. Miriam Gold, Edna
Caspar, Jean King, Arthur lireakstoneg Business Manager: Eleanor Gessnerg Secretarial Staff: Carmela Marino,
Shiela Berton, Virginia McSherry, Evelyn jannsson, Gloria Pindar, Charles Sarkisiang Artist: Richard Muller: Photo-
grapher: Arthur Breakstone.
Faculty Advisors are Miss Dorothy L. DePietro and Miss Alice E. lValter.
GIFTS FUR THE GRADUATE
1- Elaine B2lSk0:WitZ ..... ................ A ribbon to keep the curls out of her eyes.
2- RObCrt Hennessy ................ A gavel to command order, at a class meeting
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- Irving Hillel' ....... ......................................,..V.......... A sunny disposition
4- May Johnson .A...l............................................,. An amplifier for class recitations.
5. Anthony Palmitessa .......i A parachute, in case of emergency on his first flight
Ruth Crystal .... A congenial bus driver, who will stop for her in the mornings
7. Arthur Faraldi .,.,.....,..,,,.,,,,,i,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,o,,,,,,,,. A larger Sghoolbag
8- Jennie Laliue ...... ....... A n ounce of seriousness
9. George Vallone .,,.,,. .,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,.,.,.V.,,,,,,,V,,.A,.,,,,,.,,,Vt,,,w,, A 1 ww Violin
10- Lucille Dickel -...... ......... S tilts, so she can be seen graduation night
11- Haffy Nffllmallll -.l.. ................... A new permanent for graduation
12. Mildred Tufarelli .,.. ,,,,V.,,.,, A A Suppressor for her giggle
13- Gerald f-11'-Hnil ,-.......-- ............................................ F rench Grammar Book
14- Cflnjetta LOTHYCO ...... ....... D ancing slippers to help her keep that rytlnn
15- Miriam Sff11kS0U --------.'----,------.V............. A nail file to keep her from borrowing
16- THE ENTIRE SR- U CLASS ..... ........ E armuffs, for use when 106 Prof,
Here at the crossroads we're standing
Viewing the years that are gone,
Years that have been swift and fleeting
Joyful with laughter and song.
Far ahead stretches thc future,
Wonderful mystic of youth,
Bright with the promise eternal
Bright with the promise of truth.
Farewell classmates, teachers adieu,
Here at the crossroads we must part from you,
Hope calls us onward, bidding us be true,
But memory binds us ever
to our dear old school and you.
FAREVVELL T0 ALMA MATER
VVith eyes that are misty and throats that are dry, we have come to
the time when we bid our last farewell to our Alma Mater. All we have
left now are U- Golden lVlen1ories ff - Episodes f - Brief Flashes. All these
make parting difficult. This is our "Crossroad,', we each take different
roads, all alone we start on our trip in the cold, relentless world. To
each one of us there is a fate waiting, some are destined to succeed, others
to be tramped under the harsh will of time. VVe are friends here in our
Alma Mater, perhaps to chat to-gether for the last time, for the day of
days has finally arrivedfs'Graduation Day", which we face-fearless. Our
echoes and footsteps we leave behind as we say4"FareWell" to our Dear
Alma Mater-eever holding in our memories all our cherished dreams of
MISS ETHEL MILLER
One of the most helpful teachers on the Union Hill
Faculty Staff, is our sewing teacher, Miss Ethel Miller.
Miss Miller was a graduate of Fort Plain High School, New
York. She later went to St. Lawrence University and then
lixtension at Columbia. She also studied designing and
drafting at McDowell's.
Miss ltliller entered Union Hill lligh School in 1918.
and in addition to her day classes, she taught evening classes
for ten years. A 1
This year, Miss Miller has enrolled in her sewing class,
two-hundred girls. ller students have made some attractive
scrap books and posters dealing with the up-tosdate styles
in dress. They make the room look very colorful.
' MR. GATES SANBORNE
Mr. tiates Sanborne, a teacher in Union Hill High
School for the past seventeen years, has been graduated
from Central High School. Philadelphia, Penn. After gradu-
ation, he attended Princeton and graduated from there in
1910 with an A. ll. degree. He taught at Chicago Heights
lligh, Ill. and later Stevens Prep., jersey City.
Mr. Sanborne entered Union Hill High School in Feb-
ruary 1922 and has been in the English Department ever
In addition to his teaching abilities, he is an excellent
piano-player, to which I am certain, all who have heard him
For the past three years, he has been the worthy di-
rector of the Band, and Faculty Advisor of the Orchestra.
Summing up the high-lights of Mr. Sanborne's career
in High School, we find that he is a very important link to
the sturdy chain of the capable Union Hill High School
ACKNUVVLEDGEM ENT '
In order to produce an O tk B there must be "Someone" who will
point out the errors the past has showng one who knows all the technical
details involved, one who, by his aid, his interest, and his tireless effort,
will help lessen the great strain of such a great undertaking.
MR. ALVIN H. SCHAEDIGER has been our HSOIIIBUHGU and we
take this opportunity to thank him.
It is at this time fitting and proper to close our Senior Publication
with an expression of appreciation for the interest and efforts of those
who have helped to make the O 81 B a success.
MR. A. H. SCHAEDIGER
Orange 81 Blue
SONG HITS OF THE DAY
Hllffy HOIUC ----..,..Y......,...,V..........................,,.................. .......,. A fter late room
and Sweet ....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,4,, -,-,,---..,,-,,, S Qnigf Girls
- My Reverie -A--- ----------.. ...........f..,........ ............................,... S tudy Periocl
Have YOLI Forgotten So Soon? ....... ....,..,.......,.,..,, O ur Freshman Year
It Serves YOU Right .............,........ Y...... P 'or not doing your homework
Deep in 3 Dream .........,..... ......... B efore the alarm clock rang
You Got Me ......................w.. ..............,.......... P roblems in Physics
AI'lg6lS Ylfltll Dirty Faces ,.,,.,.,,,, ,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,A,,4,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, F re5l1men? P P P
Change Partners ....................................,... Square dance in Girls Gym Class
Donlt Wfait 'Till The Night Before Christmas .... To finish your Senior Essay
Two Sleepy People ...i........................,.,..,.....A............................ After the Prom
YOU Look Good to M6 ....,, ,,,,,,,,,,,...,,,,,,4,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, D iploma
Old Folks ......,...,..,............. ,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,v A lunqni
At Long Last Love ..........,.... ....... T urkey Day Chariot and Trophy
Sing For Your Supper ...... .....,.,......,.................. G irls' Glee Club
You Go To My Head ...... ....... .........,.,.........,,...,.. G r aduation Picture
Get Out of Town ..,........
They Say .......................,............ Things are done the right way in Union Hill
Thanks For Everything ....v...,........,.......................... Mr. Stahler and Faculty
Class Leader ...........,...... ...........,......,.,.,..,..,...w...........,,. R OBERT HENNESSY
lVittiest .............................. .....i,......................,.,..... J ENNY LA BUE
Most Likely to Succeed ....... .....,.. llr I. METZGER 81 J. ROVER fTiel
Handsomest Boy ....................,.,., ...............,....,........ H ARRY NEUMANN
Prettiest Girl .........,....,..,................ .....................,...... R UTH BAURIDEL
Most Respected fboy and girlj ........ .......... L . BAUER Sz D. COCHRANE
Most Popular Boy ...,,....,..,............. .,......,..i.i..........,............ l ,OU BAUER
Most Popular Girl ..,..... ..,....,,., G LORIA KREEK
Class Tot ..,....i.....,......
llest Athlete ...,...,....
Class Politician .......
llest Dressed Boy ....,
Fashion Queen ...........
llest Singer Cboyl .,......
Dancing Lady .......,
Dancing Man ......
Class Poet .......,.
Actor ,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,. .......................... J OE PROVITERA
Miss Union Hill .......................... ..........................v..... G LORIA KREEK
Pals ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.i,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,i ...,.,. V ALONE, RGVER, PETRILLO
Did Most for Union Hill Cgirlj ....... ..v...................,v..........,.. A LICE JONES
Did Most for Union Hill fboyj ....... ........................... bl OE PROVITERA
District Attorney ..,...............,.,.,..... .......... D OUGLAS PETRILLO
Miss Personality ....,... .............. ............... R U TH BAURIDEL
Personality Kid ..... ............ tl OE PRCVITERA
Woman Hater ,,,,,,,, ....,............ T RVING HILLER
Nlan Hater ,,,,,,,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,.. L UCILLE LANDECK
Dangerous Eyes ........ . .....v............. PEGGY OCHY
Artist ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ......,. R OBERT BIAMONTE
Rhythm Maker ...... ..,.......... R UTH CRYSTAL
A College Devoted to the Highest Principles of Modern Business Training
Call for 1939 Bulletin
Tel., UNion 7-0943 BERGENLINE AVENUE, at 49th STREET l'nion City
The programs of day school and eve-
ning school study include the following :
ACCOUNTANCY AND BUSINESS
ACCOUNTANCY PRACTICE lC.P.AJ
ADVERTISING AND MARKETING
SELLING AND MARKETING
SHORTHAND REPORTING IC.S.RJ
REAL ESTATE o INSURANCE
A Junior or Senior high school student may
make tentative reservation of class place to
be available after high school graduation Kno
obligationh and be placed on mailing list of
T1-IE PACE STUDENT-0mClBl magazine of Pace
Institute. Diploma courses are accredited by
New York State Education Department.
C P. A. courses are approved by both New
Ytork and New Jersey. General Bulletin with
occupational booklet on any desired course
will be sent upon request. BArc1ay 7-8200.
225 aRoAnwAY, New YORK
Manager RASSNER SPORT SHOP
Secretarial, Shorthand, Accounting
and Business Machine Courses
DAY and EVENING
State-Capitol Building, Bergenline Ave., at 48th St.
UNION CITY, N. .I.
Next Term begins February 1, 1939
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UNION HILL TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
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CLEANERS it mfuzs
729 NIIWYUIZKAVE. UNION ClTY,N.J
4 Hour Service Call and Delivery Service
life Du Our Own Cleaning
559 BERGENLINE AVENUE
WEST NEW YORK, N. J.
SETTI 8: MONTALI
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC GROCEHIES
4M Cliff Street FAIRVIEXV, N. J.
The Military College of the State of Vermont
Courses leading to B. S. degrees in Civil Engi-
neering, Chemistry, Electrical Engineering, Arts,
Military and riding instruction under United
States Army Cavalry Otiieers included in moderate
Scholarships available for Vermont students.
For further information, address: The Regi-
strar, Norwich University, Northfield, Vermont.
Tel. Journal Square 2-7156 Day and Night Classes
Accounting Q Superior
Finance ' I Courses
910 Bergen Avenue, Near .Iournal Square
ADVANCED STENOGRAPHIC COURSES FOR H. GRADUATES
Free Employment Service Otlice Machines Open All Year
HAVE US SHOXV YOU
AN EXTENSIVE DISPLAY OF Telephone Number-Palisade 6-6277
HAMILTON, GRUEN, LONGINES,
ELGIN, WALTHAM AND
, , MATERIALS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
priced to compensate your buying for cash
730 BERGENLINE Ava. UN1oN CITY, N. J.
IERGIILIIE AV! nl6"S'l'-
, ROAD TO SUCCESS
Finish high school first-then specialize. Rid-
er College offers this advice to young men and
women who aim to enter the business world. It
563-571 30th STREET is based on 72 years of experience in training busi-
NORTH BERGEN' N' J' ness executives. It will pay you to follow it.
1.ifC'7'Hf1'lI'0 on Request
of Business Adlninistration
A MODERN DAIRY
We lnvite Your Inspection
Founded 1865 Trenton, N. J.
An accredited co-educational Lutheran college offering the following standard
Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher Training
Business Administration Pre-Medical
Commercial Education Pre Dental
Public School Music Course Pre-Legal
Four Years' Soloist Course in Music Pre-Theological
A.B., R.S., and Mus.B. Degrees
G. Morris Smith, A.M., D.D., President Russell Galt, Ph.D., Dean
Best Wishes to the
CLASS or JANUARY 1939
Phone, Union 7-2683
F. W. WOOLWORTH CO.
VVEST NEVV YORK, .I. 721 BERGENLINE AVE. UNION CITY, N. .I.
Phone UNion 7-7771 Res. Phone UNion 7-6048--I
Carl Leis, Prop.
Expert Repairing on all Makes of Cars 8: Trucks
Used Cars - Batteries Charged
SHEILA BERTON Day and Night SCf"Z'IfL'
773 PALISADE AVE. UNION CITY, N.
CIGARS, CIGARETTES, CANDY
315 FAIRVIEW AVE. FAIRVIEVV, N. I.
Tel. Clsiffside 6-3985
MAE'S SPECIALTY SHOP
359 Fairview Ave. FAIRVIEXV, N. I,
DR. 8z MRS. WESLEY E. ROGLER
BRUTTEL 81 STUEBEN
SIGNS 8: PRINTING
Tel. UNion 7-1022
JAMES Noi,AN , mc.
Fire Liahility Accident Automobile Insurance
Surety Bonds Property Management
"Une Policy covering 9 Hazards"
Fire, Lightning, Windstorm, Hail, Explosion, Riot,
Aircraft, Motor Vehicle, Smoke Damage.
NEON SIGNS Y
940 BERIGEN TURIXPIKE NORTH BERGEN
510 29th STREET NORTH BERGEN, N. I
AHIIIQN: BERKELEY SCHOOL
un camel, naw msn
Two-year comprehensive and one-
year intensive secretarial courses for
high-school graduates and college
women exclusively. Distinguished
'M university faculty. Attractive
bulletin, terrace-garden studios. Ef-
addrm: fective placement service.
DIRECTOR, Graybar lldg., 420 lexlngten Avo.,
I New York IM Grand Central Stalianl
H. J. BAURIDEL, INC.
CAPITOL THEATRE BUILDING
UNION CITY, N. J.
F ifty-F our
PAUL F. CULLUM, MAYOR
Director of Public Affairs
LEONARD F. MARCY
Director of Public Safety
Director of Public Works
CHARLES H. LENDER
Director of Revenue and Finance
.IULIAN H. LECARREAUX
Director of Public Buildings
City of UNION CITY
MAYOR LEWIS B. EASTMEAD
Director of Revenue and Finance
HARRY J. THOUROT
Director of Public Affairs
HARRY E. LITTLE
Director of Public Safety
Director of Parks and Public Property
Director of Public XVorks
Phone UNi:m 7-2458 Orders Promptly Delivererl
PRIME MEATS, POULTRY and PROVISIONS
772 PARK AVENUE
Near 22ml Street VVest New York, N. J.
MRS. MARY MCCREARY
Tel. UNion 7-6578
BAKERY MRS. B. H. LUTZENBERGER
200 38th STREET UNION CITY, N. 1.
131 42nd Street Union City, N. J.
MRS. L. SCHULZ KOEPPEN
ANONYMOUS , I I I
Indlvirlually IJCSIQIIGCI Foundatlon Garments
109 20th STREET I WEST NEW YORK, N. ,I.
P.-Xlisade 6-9196 Joe and Frank Del Nero
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING AND STORAGE
726-30 PALISADE AVENUE
Iietw. 35th and 37th Streets UNION CITY,
PAlisaCle 6-3759 Crvmpliments of
800 RERGENLINE AVE. UNION CITY' N. J. 959 HERGENLINIE AVE. UNION CITY, N. J.
Compliments of MEYR FACTORY JACKETS
E, STEINMETZ WEAR PREEQHSES SWE,-XTERS
GI7T'I'I.jNI3EIgG POST NO. 64 745 IIERGENLINE AVENUE
AHFRIFAY I EGION lietw. 37th and 38th Street UNION CITY, N. J.
"l.mrk for flu' Gzvelz lfrnnln
B. S. ANDREWS JAGELS
SCIIQNTIFIII YVATCH HEPAIRILXIG W IIIQWIQIAHY HOME MADE ICE CREAM AND FRUIT ICES
Cash Paid for Your 91" Golf' 772 HERGENLINE AVE. UNION CITY, N. J.
147 48th STREET UNION CITY, N. J.
THE LARGEST CLOTHING CHAIN IN TI-IE E.-KST
GROCERY AND IJELICATESSEN iIUSTOM QUAIAITX' IIIAOTHES
200 36th STRFET UYIONI CITY N J 720 BERGENLINE AVE., UNION CITY, N. J.
A A A ' ' ' P.-Xlisacle 6-5970 Paul M. Phillips, Mgr.
E The school distinrtiifc ........
'Hamilton College of Commerce
E Entire Fifth Floor-Ftrs! National Bank Building
E Paterson Plankroaa' and Snrnrnit Affwzzle
E Union City - lV0fw Jersey
E ...... . . o Co-educational institzltion, sfvonsoreo' and maintained by New Jersey
E odzlrators and rizfic loaders, offering to solcrtmt serondory srllool and rollrgo gradu-
E otos o liberal, modern, rollegv-standard training for frt'fm'rod fvositions.
E CUDDIE E. DAVIDSON, Ll.. B. C11ARL12s F. HAINFELD, ED. D.
E President Yice President
i CHAk1.Ias A. I3RowN
E Cl12llI'll19.H, Board of Directors
E fBnlletin fnfrnislzml on reqzwstl
,E Pfllisodr 6-5122
The Big "Home" of Complete Home Outfits
CASTLE ToBLER's SPORT SHOP
4901-07 Hudson Bl'vd, North Bergen, N. J.
507 32nd STREET
Complete Home Furnishers since 1900. UNION CITY, N. J.
TILO ROOFING COMPANY, INC.
AMERICA'S LARGEST ROOFERS
558 PALISADE AVE. JERSEY CITY, N J.
UNiOn 7-3906 Day and Night
BOULEVARD FLOWER SHOP
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
5526 HUDSON BOULEVARD
Near 38th Street NORTH BERGEN, N. J.
MR. 8: MRS. J. E. MULLER
5435 HUDSON BL'VD NORTH BERGEN, N. J.
Tel. PAlisade 6-2508
STATE CAPITOL BAKERY, INC.
"KNOWN FOR QUALITY"
951 Bergenline Ave. UNION CITY, N. J.
Phone, P.-Xlisacle 6-4854
JOSEPH J. ARUTA
Telephone, UNion 7-0509
DEALER IN CHOICE MEATS
PLEASANT CLEANERS AND TAILORS G""'d CWM' Mum'
I RK A EN E
758 28th STREET NORTH BERGEN, N. J. Cor 43rd STREQN XO VUNQQN CITY N J
Phone, UNion 7-3090
DEALER IN MILK AND CREAM
1387 Refg-enwoofi Ave. NORTH BERGEN, N. J.
PETER J. LALLY
909 Bergenline Ave. UNION CITY, N. J.
Tel. UNiOn 7-3961 ,
BUTTER, EGGS AND CHEESE
395 Kefrigan .Avenue UNION CITY, N. J. 24 W- Wafer SUCH TOMS RIVER, N- J-
DElaware 3-8812 F. Bonito and V. Mancini, Props. Phone PAliSade 6-4189 Frieda Schroder' Mgr'
KING COFFEE 81 TEA CO.
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
82 NVALES AVE. JERSEY CITY, N. J.
PALACE BEAUTY PARLOR
Specializes in Nestle's
CROQUIGNOLE PERMANENT WAVES
150 48th Street UNION CITY, N. J,
N. MICUCCI JOSEPH GALBO
REALTOR - INSURANCE - MORTGAGE LOANS GENERAL CONTRACTOR
31 BOWERS ST. JERSEY CITY. N. J. 743 Church Lane NORTH RERGEN, N. J.
Tel. UNiOn 7-1069
TOWNE MEN'S SHOP
HEADQUARTERS FOR LEATHER JACKETS
Telephones, PAlisade 6-2220, 2221
HENRY KASTENS, INC.
Fa""m for Shim CHOICE MEATS IPCOTIITIRY PROVISIONS
744 BERGENLINE AVENUE I ' T -
Near 37th Street UNION CITY, N. J. 637 Bergenlme Ave. WEST NEW YORK, N. J.
Sterling National Bank
81 Trust Company
OF NEW YORK
.W . .
BROADWAY AT 39TH STREET
42ND STREET AND LEXINGTON AVE
DER DEUTSCHE UHRMACHER
ARTHUR B. KLENNER
XVATCHMAKER AND JEWELER
NVatches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Clocks
We G1mranIr're Our lfV0rlc
717 BERCENLINE AVENUE
Phones, P5Xlisade 6-0304, 0305
Call and Deliwry Sf'l'7"ICL'
MARTINU CLEANING and DYEING CORP.
EXCLUSIVE DRY CLEANERS
CIFFICE AND PLANT
Near Street New NYOFR .AVENUE
Tel. PA1iSaI1e O-3081 JOHN MIcAI-I, Prop. mlisflflff 6-5134
N PAINT C0 XVISHING YOU CONTINUED SUCCESS
BERGE - HOLLYWOOD FLORIST
733 Church Lane NORTH BENGEN. N. J 652 HEIIGENLINE AVE. UNION CITY, N. J.
Pfxiisafle 6-7439 '-Grade A" Milk Imr names JUI ws KLULllfPfl:f1Pl1011e UNi0115':g45B Ii KLUMPP
9 , . I '.
COLE S DAIRY Nutary Public Notary Public
Iirfsfz from tlzc Dairy to V011
Wholesale and Retail Dairy Products
Hunterdon County Farms Baby Special
TUBERCCLAR TESTED MILK
Przstcurisvd Milk and Cream
J. KLUMPP 81 SON
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Money On Mortgageuto Loan
lx'r'I1fs Coilcrfrrd Tiflfs of Propvrfzes Carefully Searched
420 32nd STREET UNIQN CITY, N.
994 Befgell Tllfllpike NOFUW UCl'2f?11, N- I Olwn Monday and Friday Ezfeninglv'
EDDIE BECK COmpliments Of
NEW YORK AVENUE NOVELTY PEN sl PENCIL CO.
C012 45th Street UNION CITY, N.
Telephone UNiOn 7-l309
UNION CITY TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
I NEXV All M k USED
KATHRYN S BEAUTY SALON TYPEvVEIfifERS
Check Protectors, Adding Machines
Sold, Rfwfvd, Rvpairfd and EJ'fflGIIg?d
731 Monroe Street NORTH BERGEN, N. J, Dependwle Ser,-ice
332 FORTY-EIGHTH STREET
V Kopp. State-Capitol Theatrej UNION CITY, N. J.
Phone: LYNIOII 7-3825 l. GOLD, Prmp.
UNION CITY BUTTER 8: EGG CO.
NVlIOlesale Dealer in
Phrmnc U N iOn 7-2754
SPIRO'S DRUG SERVICE
Prescriptions Compounded Scientifically
BUTTER -. EGGS - CHEESE
, - , - - , . , . ,
645 HEHGENLINE AVE. UNION CITY, N. J. 5013"I'l5T'IhhT LNCS UTI' N' J'
NEW RELIANCE MEAT MARKET F. BUSCETTO, Prop.
HIGH GRADES OF MEAT AND POULTRY F- BUSCETT0
ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIRING
O94 RERGENLINE AVE. UNION CITY, N. J. 5522 Hudsml Blk-d' NORTH BERGEN, N. J'
Phone UNIOII 7-9494
MARGOLIS STATIONERY CO.
STATIONER AND OFFICE OUTFITTER
GLASSES BY STARK
Printing - Engraving
LOOse Leaf Systems 621 IEERGENLINE AVE. UNION CITY, N.
704 BERGENLINE AVE. UNION CITY, N. I.
wma nit bars
With all of the money stored in the
mint, there is one gift no one could
possibly buy--your photograph. lt is
a priceless possession that makes only
a modest demand on your bank bal-
ance. This year, bestow a gift that will
be treasured for many years to come.
MATERN E STUDIQ
Pastime Theatre Building
140 48th STREET
UNION CITY, N. J.
Local Phone UNion 7- 6006-J
Draperies, Slip Covers
LITTLE UPHOLSTERY SHOP
270 BELLEVUE AVENUE
MOntclair 3-1441 UPPER MONTCLAIR,
THOMAS F. NORTON
NORTH BERGEN, N. J.
CIRELLPS SHOE REPAIRING
ALL EXPENSIVE MAKES OF SHOES
958 BROADWAY UNION CITY, N.
John Muhlbruch, Prop.
1000 Hudson Ave., and 303 43rd St. Union City,
THE FAMOUS RESTAURANT
764 NEW YORK AVENUE
UNion 7-9484 i
YORE FLOWER SHOP, INC.
855 BERGENLINE AVE. UNION CITY, N. J.
ASTOR BEAUTY SHOPPE
HAIR DRESSING, LATEST STYLES
Specialists in Permanent VVaves 33.00 and 35.00
All Items 35C Each, 3 for 31.00
li.vpm'! Dyeing and Bleaching
Spcfial Jllacliiziclem Oil Waves
406 36th STREET UNION CITY, N.
STANDARD COAT Sz DRESS INC.
Comer 3801 Street UNION CITY' N' 728-735 Bergenline Ave. Union City, N. J.
Pixlisade 6-5443 I Alice Dietzsch, Prop. Phone PAlisade 6-3483
C0mDliments of ALICE BEAUTY STUDIO
Offer: You a Complete Beaut. Service
RACE TRACK VALET SOriginal Marinello Systgm
CLEANINf'i AND TAIIAOIQINQQ Eugene and Freclerics Permanent VVaving
v , y , Q A Q V v 688 BERGENLINE AVENUE
5530 HUDSON BL VD AURTH Rhmm- X- Hem. 34th and ssrh streets UNION CITY, N. J.
HUDSON MEAT MARKET Compliments Of
CHOICE GROCERIES AND SEA FOOD
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES PETER .I. LALLY
400 26th STREET GUTTENBERG, N.
pA1iSade 6,1651 Tel. UNion 7'-2700
CHARLES HEINS BEHREN'S BROS.
WHOLESALE DEAQLERQ Q FUEL SERVICE
BUTTER T hcjbs F LHEBRE' "blue coal" -4 Koppers Coke - Fuel Oil
1173 lst AVENUE NORTH BERGEN' N l.l75 Bergen Turnpike North Bergen, N. J.
DR. WM. C. HITZ, Jr.
OIC IIKGEILINI AVE. liar 460i ST.
IIIIOII CITY. N. I. Ullioll 1-6440
SHOES EXCLUSIVELY FOR VVOMEN
763 BERGENLINE AVE. UNION CITY, N. J.
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THIS BOOK WAS PRINTED AT THE OFFTCE OF
MTCHEL Rf RANK, TNC,
NEW YORK AVE. AT 'MIST STREET
UNTON CTTY, Na J.
PARK LUN CHEONETTE
A. J. Mager
. ,, AFRIEND
455 Bergenlme .-Xve. NN l:.5T Nhkl X Ulilx, X. j.
'To Gun Jiclvantlaena
It is at this time, fitting and proper to close our Senior Publication with
expression of appreciation for the interest and efforts of those who ha
to make the Orange and lfllue a success,
A Wie wish to thank our Advertisers, and are happy to recommend them
our readers, and hope that they in some measure will reciprocate.
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