Union Hill High School - Orange and Blue Yearbook (Union City, NJ)
- Class of 1955
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To promote the highest form-of :fig g -I 'lui .
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To practice good citizenship lpz d l:i" xpil Q, . wgether
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have resolved to combzrwhour
efforts to accornplis ,fiilhese aims.
of educational advancement for all, no
have resolved to " ne our
efforts to accomplish aims
matter ' race, religion, or creed,
To you, Mr. Satz, the Class of june 1955,
expresses its heartfelt appreciation and gratitude
for your continued efforts in advising us. Your
ever present willingness to lead us and your
unfailing patience with our problems will remain
in our hearts and minds as but a small contribu-
tion to the many successes you have formulated.
As future generations of students come under
your respected guidance and influence we know
their lives will be enriched just as ours has been.
Until We meet again, may Cod bless you and
Mr. William B. Satz
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While at Union Hill, and will continue to aid and guide us in ,
You will always be remembered as an able leader, but still more
will be remembered as a loyal friend.
Through the years you have proven to be an expert educator and an out-
standing person. You have imparted knowledge to many, and have been a friend
and inspiration to innumerable others. At this time we would like to extend our
sincere appreciation, and wish you luck and happiness in the future. We are
all proud to have known you and will always remember you. Aufwiedersehen.
Miss Viola Diehl
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Principal. As the perfect combination of scholar-
ship, sportsmanship, and friendship you are a
of the Union Hill spirit and way of life.
Mr. Alvin ll.
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position you have
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Your first thoughts are for the wfklfare'of
students, and your endeavors on our behalf are
sincerely appreciated. Thank you.
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MRS. ELIZABETH ROGLER MR. SIDNEY ROSENTHAL MR. HERMAN SIMON C0 581101-
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UNITED NATIONS Kgim NATIONS UNIES
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It is with great pleasure that
this opportunity to greet the students
High School, and to express to them my
of their action in dedicating the l955
I avail myself of
of the Union Hill
issue of their Year
Book to the United Nations. It is indeed encouraging to
those of us who serve the United Nations to know that the
young citizens of our country give active support to
United Nations and its ideal of a world in which all
shall Upractice tolerance and live together in peace
one another as good neighbours ...H Since every one
today has it in his power - in our daily living, in our
attitudes and practices - to contribute greatly to the
realisation of that ideal, I trust that you, who are soon
to assume those full responsibilities which are the rich
privilege of every American citizen, will continue active
support of the United Nations. For the United Nations can
be no stronger than we the people make
I wish for each of you who is about to graduate all
good fortune in the years ahead.
13 Hal? Ji. Buncne
The United Nations Charter which came into force just ten years
ago expresses a practical belief - that international teamwork can
keep the peace.
In these years we have seen the United Nations play a decisive
part :l.n -
- extinguishing threats of communist aggression in
Iran and Greeceg
- preventing open 'warfare over Kashmir between India
- the advent of Israel and Indonesia as independent
-- the successful fight of sixteen free nations to repel
the bloody communist aggression in Koreag
-- achieving the Korean Armistice, which retained the
vital rule that no prisoner could be sent back to
communism against his lillg
- condemning the communist atrocities against our
troops in Koreag
- stopping the Soviet plot to torpedo the Monroe
Doctrine and take over Guatemalsg
- keeping Commu.nist China out of the United Nations -
thus keeping the United Nations feithhxl to its
character as an organization of "peace-lovingn
- condemning by an overwhelming vote the Chimes
Communist trial of United States airmen -- thus
dramatically announcing to the world that the
United Nations stands up for its fighting meng
-- and in moving forward on a world-wide scale with
President Eisenhowsr's Atoms-for-Peace program, :Ln
order that "the miraculous inventiveness of man
shall not be dedicated to his death but consecrated
to his life."
We have accmnplished big things through the United Nations.
Let us remember to use it to the full.
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New Yoluf IG. N Y
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UNITED STATES MISSION 'ro 'rue UNITED NATIONS
February 9, 1955
At long last I have the picture of Ambassador
Lodqe and his statement for inclusion in your
We do wish you every success and feel that it
is quite unique to be dedicating your Yearbook to
the United Nations.
with best wishes
Public Affairs Officer
Mr. Larry Korn,
5508 - 2nd Avemxe,
North Bergen, New Jersey.
ANTHONY I oPROT0
For four years We all have worked with
fervor and enthusiasm in an attempt to
achieve a high scholastic average. At times
our studies have kept us working many long
hours and deprived us of other activities.
But, among us are those five students who
have surpassed all others in their studies.
They have continuously worked and have
succeeded in reaching a long sought goal.
To them go our congratulations and best
wishesg that they may continue to march tri-
umphantly up the ladder of success.
ELAINE RACAGLLA MANUEL OLIVEIRA
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john is a serious minded young man who finds high
school the most enjoyable part of his education. He is
an avid photographer who takes particular care with
each pictureg he plans to make this his life work. john
spends much of his time sports and Working with the
Fairview Volunteer F iremen.
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curly hsiredr fellow with a wontlerflilfsense of
and loads of personality. Fifanklllplansllto,follow his secret
ambition and beoome aisinger, perhaps
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and make h1s future from there.
Dramatms Club, Hxstory Forum, Engllsh Club,
Math Club, Spanish Club.
German Club, English Club, Gym 'Sergearm
"Rich" is our "Million Dollar Smile" boy. His pearljfl
white teeth and keen. sense of humor can easily icleilfifyf,
him. "Rich" is an expert speed ice skater- e
many awards for his lskill at this spert. He
to enlist in the service er find a goedlpositienllsaflwmkllf
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actlvities has offered Helen many
and fnends. She can always be de-
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to us. Helen plans to study m a
has as her secret arnbrtlon to travel
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Office- Practice Club, Typing Club, History Fomm.
"Bucky is a short, quiet, fellow who is friends with
evelyone. He enjoys sports very much especially base-
ball and football and has attended most of the Union
Hill games. "Bucky plans to enlist lin the Navy upon
graduation and there learn a trade which will benefit
him in later life. l
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History Forum Gym Sergeant,
Minstrel Show, Mechanical
want E1 good dlscusslon or argument
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his class. He is as diplomat and
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and dancing, finds
English ciub, Italian Clgb,lI-Iistozy Forum,
Sewingflluh, Tglping cms, World Merry-Go-Round,A
New Iersey State Group, Biology Club, Latin Club,
Safety Patrol, Usherettes, Senior Chorus,
"Dee" is 21 real swell girl with lots of personalityin her
small stature. She finds great interest in school activities
and spends much of her spare time making and sewing
her own clothes. "Dee" plans to study nursing and hopes
to tlo so in the Hackensack Hospital and then practice
there. Together with her sister she was elected as "Best
Dressed" in the class. P
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"Flon is a short pretty miss who, together with her
twin, Diana,'was chosen as "Best Dressed" in her class.
She plans to continue, her education but in a beauticialfs
school, and someday to open her own beauty salon. "Flo"
is very active in all school shows and programs.
Clce Club, History For 1111 1, Italian Club,
Drum Majorettes, World Merry-Go-Round,
junior Red Cross, English Club, Sewing Club,
Biology Club, Science Club.
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Prom Committee, Executive Council, Student Council,
Student Program Committee, French Club, Latin Club,
Math Club, History Forum, World Merry-Go-Bound,
Dramatics Club, Debating Team, English Club,
Junior Red Cross, Future Teachers of America,
Junior Police, Biology Club, Dance Committee,
Civilian Defense. ,
Frank is aysineere, versatile fellow with a wonderful
personality. He enjoys traveling and finds local pleasure
in dancing, art, swimming, ice skating, and dramatics.
Frank plans to study at Rutgers University to become a
doctor of veterinary medicine. tHe has some menagerie
at homej. .
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0 Bt B Staff, Steno Club, Italian Club,
Secretarial Club, History Forum.
p Arlene is a quiet miss who is looking toward the future
with great apprehension and expectation. On the definite
side she will study in college and then work as a sec-
retary. On the dreamy side she hopes to do something
radically dilterentg to travel to many countries and see
the world. She nows enjoys swimming and ice skating.
Arlene Il. Cortese
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"Dev is the type of girl who tries to get into everything
and does a good job of it when she does. After school
she plans to go to F aii-leigh Dickinson Nursing School
for two years. She likes to swim and ice skate. She also
has interests in dancing and singing.
National Honor Society, O 81 B Editor Staff, Glee Club,
History Forum, Italian Club, Minstrel Show,
Executive Council, Dance Committee, Typing Club,
junior Bed Cross, New Jersey State Group. A
Steno Club, Business Machine Club, History Forum,
, World Merry-Go-Round, Secretarial Club, Typing Club,
English Club, New Jersey State Group, Safety Patrol.
"Chip,' is a cute bundle of fun with a sparkling smile
anda willing hand, who is our "Class Cutie? When she p
is not busy with her fiance, she enjoys swimming,
dancing, bowling, cooking and sewing. "Chip, plans to
be the career girl-wife type, for she hopes to secure a
position in office work.
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English Club, History Forum, Secretarial Club,
Office Practice Club, World Merry-Go-Round,
Geography Club, Steno Club.
"Glore' is the sort of girl who takes life fairly easy,
but does the job' when it must be done. Her hobby is
baking, but she also enjoys semi-classical music, tele-
vision and movies. After graduation she plans to attend
Burroughs Business Machine School to prepare for the
future. Her secret ambition is to spend each vacation
in a different place in the world.
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Forum, Marketing Club.
Loretta is sweet, dark-eyed and wonderful. She adds
a pleasant touch wherever she goes. She enjoys school
and is very active in the many school clubs. Loretta,
plans to study business machines in the Burroughs Busi-
ness School and make this profession her future. With-
out a question Loretta was elected for the "Best Person-
ality" in her class.
Steno Club, Office Practice Club, History Forum,
English Club, World Merry-Go-Round,
Secretarial Club, New jersey State Group,
Safety Patrol, Biology Club, Senior Chorus.
"Phila can always be found around a car. He is at
home in a car motor which needs fixing. N o matter how
difficult the job looks, he is always willing 'to help his
friends. "Phil" plans to become a bricklayer, a job at
which he has often worked. And perhaps a State
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"Kathy" Berkeley College
"Kathy" always wears a bright smile and carries along
bei' sharp sense of humor as a by-line. She is the athletic
type and enjoys all outdoor activities and dancing. After
high school she plans to attend Berkeley College.
World Merry-Co-Round, Spanish Club,
English Club, History Fomm, Civilian Defense,
Biology Club, Math Club.
Italian Club, English Club, History Forum,
"Mike" is a dark, curly-haired fellow who is known for
his friendliness and personality. He can always be found
with "the boys" doing something or the other. He en-
joys and is very active in all sports. "Mike" plans to find
a position he likes or enlist in the service.
"Miken Armed Service
Math Club, History Forum, Science Club, Tennis Team.
Otto is the class linguist and traveler, having seen
many beautiful countries of the world and mastering
their, difficult languages. While only in our class for two
years, he has mastered English and is admired and re-
spected by all.
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Her unsellish devotienfto her class and school has made s
us realize valuable talents. "Flon plans to work in
an office doing typing, filing or bookkeeping. f , l
English Club, Steno Club, Secretarial Club,
Office Practice Club, Typing Club, Senior Chorus.
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C "Carol" plans to secure a position as a secretary until
she Ends herself able to attend college for a business
Course. She is the type of girl who will "stick to her
guns" even though it means long hours in night school.
Carol enjoys roller skating, reading and sewing, and has
shown strong contrary opinions against washing dishes,
and cold winter mornings. .
Clee Club, Secretarial Club, Steno Club,
Typing Club, Sewing Club, Officelliractice Club.
"Hank" is a shy fellow who likes to putter around
machines. He also enjoys hunting and is not above
being proud of bagging a full limit. After graduation
he hopes to enter Miami University and study the com-
plexities of aero-mechanics.
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"Muir" A Secretary
"Mair"has that bright smile' which attracts everyone
to her. She enjoys her life in Union Hill, for she has
many friends. "Mair" has been an active member of the
Dmm Majorettes since her sophomore year. For the
future Mary plans either to study in business school or
find a position in an office.
Drum Majorettes, Italian Club, Steno Club,
Secretarial Club, .Typing Club, World Merry-Go-Round,
English Club, Senior Chorus.
Spanish Club, English Club, Dramatics Club,
Business Machine Club, History Forum, Usherettes,
Typing club, VVorld Merry-Go-Round.
Dancing is "Aud's" favorite sport,,hobby,i pastime,
and main ambition in life. She hopes to become an
Arthur Murray-instructorg with her figure and talent
she should do veryawell, "And" was also elected as her
class "Venus" iWith these qualifications she should go
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German Club, Gym Sergeant.
The out-of-doors is for "Bob"5 he greatly enjoys hunt-
ing trapping, and fishing and many other sports of this
sort. "Bob" plans to enlist either in the Navy or Air
Force and study in radar work or another division of
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Cute Eileen is one of our favorite majorettes who has
never missed a basketball or football game. She is a
lovable girl who always has a bright smile and many
friends. Muclrof her time is spent listening to Frankie
Castro records. Eileen plans to enter Burrouglfs busi-
ness School after graduation.
Majorettes, Faculty Cheerleader, Safety Patrol,
Student Assembly, Minstrel Show, A
Vlforld Merfy-o0-Round, English Club, Typing Club,
New Jersey State Group, Office Practice Club,
Secretarial Club, History Forum.
History Forum, English Club, Math Club,
Spanish Club, Gym Sergeant.
"Fitz,' is a stocky, interesting fellow who never runs
out of stories about stock car racing, which is his favorite
diversion. He plans to study radio, radar and other
electronics in the Navy, and make a career for himself.
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"Shirl,' is a demure young miss who
business machine school. She loves popular
is constantly improving on her dancing. Much of her
time is spent roller skating and 'horseback ridingg two it
diversions at which she has become quite adept. Al-
though quiet, Shirley can be counted on when the going C
gets rough. n
English Club, History Forum, Worlds Merry-Co-Round,
Secretarial Club, Stenography Club, Typing Club,
Business Machine Club, Sub-Treasurer,
Geography Club, Spanish Club.
Spanish Club, History Forum, World Merry-Go-Round,
Math Club, junior Red Cross.
"Essie,' recently came to us from Mexico City, but
right away became one of us. She is active in many
clubs and holds several offices. After graduation she
will go on to college to major in Social Studies.
Lois Carol Franz
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Active and alweys ready to give a helping hand is
our "Lo". She con be seen at club meetings and enjoying
school activities. Lois plans to he a secretary and will
receive her education in this field at W ushington Secre-
tarial School in New York City.
Student Council, English Club, History Forum,
World Merry-Co-Round, Commercial Arithmetic Club,-
Oflice Practice Club, Secretarial Club, Typing Club,
Geography Club, Steno Club, New jersey State Group.
"Rody Automobile Mechanic
"Red" is a fellow who is always found with the boys
from Fairview. He is a quiet but smart chap who usually
keeps things to himself. He finds pleasure in skating
and bowling. "Red" has no definite plans for the future
but- hopes to find a good position or enlist in the service.
Spanish Club, Typing Club.
National Honor Society, Cheerleaders,
New I ersey. State Group, English Club, History Forum,
Office Practice Club, Typing Club, Italian Club,
This sweet miss plans to work in a travel agency
and aid others to travel where she dreams of someday
going. Doris is a cute blonde with a ready smile and
friendly nature that pleases everyone. She has been most
active with the school cheerleadersg a pleasure she has
become quite talented in. Doris was elected our "All
' National Honor Society, 0 6: B Staff, Spanish Club,
History Forum, English Club, Sewing Club,
Cooking Club, Dramatics Club, Senior Math Club,
Typing Club, World Merry-Go-Round,
Future Teachers of America, Usherettes.
Sweet "Sheila is our "Million Dollar Smiley girl. She
has performed in many benefits, radio
pietures and stage shows, singing, playing
acting. She is very friendly with many
men. She plans to continue her schooling at News jersey
College for Women and then to the school of her
is quite an ardent
his future in radio
Italian Club, English Club, Typing Club.
p Donald Greite
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"Donn is a cute fellow who can be found on off-hours
at the roller rink, where he has developed into an excel-
lent skater. "Dons, favorite subject is math and he plans
to follow this into Engineering School and then to prac-Q
tical life. "Don" is a hard worker and usually succeeds
at whatever he does. just look at some of his "T1ig7'
O Gt B Staff, Spanish Club, Math Club.
French Club, Junior Red Cross, History Forum.
Shapely, pretty Ninette has a wonderful personality
and a sweet sense of humor. When not with her boy-
friend, "Mickey", she enjoys skating, dancing and parties.
Her plans for the future include only one thing, marry-
ing and being a housewife to a rich fellow.
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Qgafeagtf xilpsical comedy star. When "Millie"
canggndlher isewingor with "Bobby", but
doing dishes if -she can help it.
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National Honor Society, Clee
Student Program Committee,
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He enjoys work-
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Sewing Club, Office Practice, Secretarial Club,
Geography Club, English Club
jean finds herself very much at home in Union Hill
for- she has made many friends and participates in many
activities. She plans to continue her education in busi-
ness school and then secure an office position. Her pas-
times include reading and dancing.
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Together with "Ronnie" Rhoda makes up our "Class
Sweethearts". She enjoys ice, skating with "Ronnie'i,
with "Ronnie, and dating with "Ronnie", Her
isdto teach "Ronnie" how to Mambo, but
to be having trouble. Rhoda plans to practice
office work after graduation.
Clee Club, Secretarial Club, Office Practice Club,
Typing Club, History Forum. A
L Spanish Club, History Forum, English Club,
Future Teachers of America, Biology Club, Math Club,
A. A. Show, Football Team, Basketball Team,
'Tiichien is a real all-around fellow who knows and is
friendly with everyone. He is our "Class Athlete", and
has played top-notch varsity football, basketball and
baseball for four years. "Richie" has gained innumerable
honors in county and state. He has been invaluable to
Union Hill for his efficiency, sportsmanship, and talent.
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by all. After grilduation
an auto-mechanic and some day own
"Buddy',, a tall blond with a terriiic
great lover of outdoor sports especially
C' He plans to vacation in Canada and then
Navy. His goal for the future is to become a
Math Club, German Club, English Club.
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Spanish Club, English Club, Steno Club,
World Merry-Go-Round, History Forum,
Press Staff, Office Practice Club.
"Mary Ann" is a tall, pretty miss who finds there are fa
many opportunities in the business world and plans to s 1:
make this work her future. To prepare, she will attend
Washington School for Secretaries. She enjoys swimming i
and attending football and basketball games.
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to say. His interests include,
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to be a high school teacher,
jersey State Group, Typing Club,
Math Club, Art Club, World
History Forum, Safety Patrol, junior
Italian Club, Typing Club.
"Lou" is a swell fellow with a terrific sense of humor
and a host of friends. He is very active in all school
activities. Upon graduation he plans to enlist in the
Army and when he is discharged he will become u State
"Lou" State Trooper
Gemian Club, English Club, Typing Club,
History Forum, World Nlerry-Go-Round,
Civil Defense, New jersey State Group.
"Marie,' is a quiet, unassuming girl who is industrious
and not afraid to work. She is always doing something
for one of the various clubs she is active in. Her great
ambition is to enlist in the Womerfs Air Force,
Marie Louise Johnsen
"Marie" Womens Air Force
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.ls i l lffellow. Hunting, fishing, swimming and traveling
atom compose his busy life. After graduation he plans to
become a mechanicg work which he indulges in during
g his free time.
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Literary Editor of O Sz B, Math Club,
New Jersey State Group, Spanish Club, English Club,
History Forum, Art Club, Ushcrettes, Nurse's Helper,
Busy "Ann" is always running from one club meet-
ing to another. She enjoys art and cooking and has won
many awards for her cooking. "Ann" has done wonder-
ful on the Literary Staff of her yearbook. "Aung plans
to attend college after graduation.
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"Dave" is best known for his singing and his friend-
ship. He can be found in almost all assembliesg his loud,
clear voice booming forth. When not rehearsing, he
enjoys swimming, hunting, boating, fishing, and all
other sports. He has been a great asset to the Union Hill
Singers all his years in high school.
Union Hill Singers, German Club, Clcc Club.
O' Gt B Staff, Clee'Club, Usherettes,
Future Teachers of America, World Merry-Go-Round,
Student Program Committee, Spanish Club,
Dramatics Club, New jersey State Group, Typing Club,
History Forum, Safety Patrol, Office Practice:
English Club, Minstrel Show.
"Mickey,' is always full of personality and fun. She
takes part in all school activities and does them well.
She plans to be a secretary for a few years after gradua-
tion, then marry and raise a large family. "Mickey,' has
as her secret ambition to be an actress and a dancer.
"Mickey" K Business
Football Team, Italian Club, English Club,
Iunior Police, Gun Sergeant, History Forum.
happy go lucky air, and his sense of humor
a popular fellow. His training on the
lmacle him a big man on the team.
to fulfill his lifelong ambition and attend
a degree secure a good position.
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Rose Marie is al quiet but interesting girl with whom
you can have a good time, especially in French Class.
Her main interest is sports fbasketballl and has won for
herself the title of "Class Athlete? She enjoys art and
needlework. Rose Marie plans to enlist in the Women's
Air Force after graduation.
O 6: B' StaH, Art Club, French ClulJ,'Dramatics Club,
' National Honor Society, O or B Staff,
Basketball Team, Football Team, Track Team,
German Club, History Forum, World Merry-Co-Round,
Math Club,'Student Program Committee,
"Bohn is an all-around, regular fellow who has the
"Best Personalityl' in our class. One of his main interests
is athletics, especially basketball, a sport to which he
has given his all for his school. "Bohn plans to continue
his education in college, perhaps within the line of his
favorite subjects: history and science.
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"Most Likely to Succeed" is our Norma. She is one
of our most active classmates, belonging to many clubs
and participating in all activities. She has represented
Union Hill at Girls State and other programsg Norma
will attend college after graduation and is sure to be a
National Honor Society, Financial Editor of the O or B,
Treasurer of Senior B Class, Executive Council,
Student Council, Press Staff, German Club,
Debating Team, Sewing Club, Usherettes,
Future Teachers of America, Girls State Representative,
Student Program Committee, History Forum, C
English Club, World Merry-Go-Round.
A. A.. Show, Civil Air Defense.
V National Honor Society, O 6x B Editor Staff,
, ,French Club, Language Club, Debating Society,
V History Forum, English Club,
Student Program Committee, Drarnatics Club,
, V K New Iersey State Group, World Merry-Co-Round,
V Student Council, Civil Air Defense, Latin Club,
- Math Club, Boys State Representative, Senior Play.
o ,"Larry", our "Most Likely To Succeed", is the silver
'tongued orator of our class. He has entered and won
many public speaking and debating contests. He has
done his greatest work in the production of his "O or B"
aisl one of the Editors in Chief. He has also represented
Union Hill at various discussions, "Times Youth Forum"
and Jersey Boys State. "Larry', plans to follow his hobby
of public speaking and study law.
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who always can be
friendsg her personality is the
active in all school activities,
very much. The future has her looking
a position as a secretary. Diane, with her
was elected "Most Populari' in the class.
History Forum, English Club, Steno Clubg
Olfice Practice Club, Secretarial Club,
Club, Safety Patrol, World Merry-Co-Bound,
Jersey State Group. I
joan plans to enter the
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English club, Biology Club, Spanish Club, Typing Club,
History Forum, World Merry-Go-Round, Sewing Club,
Senior Play Make-up Committee.
Italian Club, History Forum, English Club,
Gym Sergeant, World Merry-Co-Round.
iy"Ca1-1" is a robust, lovable fellow who has been
elected as our 'Class Comedian". His antics and humor
always give us a good time. "Carl" enjoys sports very
much and is also activeiin many school programs. He
plans to attend college upon his gracluatimig '
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English Club, Italian Club, History Forum,
Sewing Club, Typing Club, World Meny-Go-Round,
New Jersey State Group, Drum Majorettes,
Biology Club, Latin Club.
"E" is a short, dark-haired bundle of dynamite, only
five feet tall. Both in and out of school she is very active
in clubs and sports. She plans to attend beautician's
school after graduation and someday open her own
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H ,iCo-Chairman of Dance Committee, Senior Chorus, s
l rom Club, nmmaucs ClulJ,f Biology Club,
is Student Program Cozirmitteer Christmas Pageant,
Co-Chairman of Senior Prom, Sales, nfloriirnittee,
V English Club, Gym Sergeant, Latin Club,
' V History Forum, Stage C
Senior B President, Student Council,
National Honor Society, Executive Council,
French Cluh, Math Club, Prom Committee,
Student Program Committee, Civilian Defense,
President of the Senior Class is only on of the many
high positions Harry hasiattained. He is a versatile
fellow with a large collection of popular and classical
records and has an interest in model airplanes. "Harry"
has attained the position as "Most Dependable" in our
class because of his interest, in hisiclassrnates. He hopes
to attend M.I.T. upon graduation and study aeronautieal
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"Larry" truly Hts his title of "Class Dreamerv, for his
thoughts are forever wandering. He enjoys basketball
and going out nights to dance and have fun. He attends
all Union Hill sport events. "Larry's" secret ambition is
to someday own Melosh's. He plans to work at Ford
Motor Company after graduation.
French Club, Gym Sergeant.
English Club, Italian Club, History Forum, Math Club,
Worlcl Merry-Co-Round, Marketing Club, Biology Club,
"Tony" is a muscle bound young man who is every-
oneis friend. He is just realizing his secret ambitiong to
enter the field of forestry. He has shown his preference
for the out-of-doors life opposed to his present city 'life
and plans to prepare for- his future in Florida State
University, "Tony" also hopes to Continue his much
favored sport of gymnastics. He was elected as our class
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Italian Club, History Forum, Gym Sergeant,
Shy, quiet, Fred has developed into an all-around
fellow during his years at Union Hill. He has developed,
a personality with which he wins many true friends.
After graduation he plans to enlist in the United States
Navy, and perhaps there learn a profession he is inter-
ested in. Fred and his clear, true voice has won himself
the position of "Most Musical, in the class.
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Big, strapping "Tony" has attained the title of "Best
Looking" in our class, perhaps because he loves to
"beauty, sleep more than anything else. "Tony" enjoys
all sports but shows special preference for basketball.
He plans to enter the Army after graduation and there
learn a trade which will benefit him in later lifel
Italian Club, English Club, Gym Sergeant,
History Forum, Basketball Teafn.
O or B Staff, Italian Club, Steno Club, Typing Club,
Secretarial Club, New Jersey State Group,
History Forum, English Club, Senior Chorus,
Usherettes, Safety Patrol.
"Gen', is a swell, all-around gal with a wonderfully
exciting personality. She enjoys football and basketball
games, swimming, and school, especially Union Hill, and
can be found in one or another of the school activities.
"Conv plans to make secretarial work her profession in
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"El" is a swell gal with loads of good humor and
good fun. She is always working hard with school and
outdoor activities. As yet "l?.l', has no definite plans for
the future, but she has a few ideas of what she would
like to do after graduation.
German Club, Senior Chorus, Secretarial Club,
Rapid Calculation Club, Steno Club, Art Club.
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who is gone of
and spends most of his
He is active in many
forces or attend
German Club, Gym Sergeant.
Blond l"Ray" is an amiable fellow who can always
s be found with the North Bergen crowd. He is kept going
with many school and outside activities. "Ray" plans
to enlist in the Navy and when discharged he hopes to '
go into the printing machine field. s
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"Ray" Armed Service
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Typing Club, English Club, Gym Sergeant,
4"Ray" is a real tall, lanky fellow who finds great
interest in sports, especially baseball, basketball, and
swimming. During vacation time helfglso
fishing and hunting. But, of course5 hisff2wbrite
is going Out with his girlg l l V fe
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"Fran', can always be
anywhere in Union Hill
work and "Tony"
to attend a business college
her chosen field.
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English Club, New Jersey State Group,
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"Bda is a good looking all-around fellow who has
been a great asset to Union Hill's football team. He has
a wonderful personality and 21 fine sense of humor. After
graduation "Ed', plans to enroll in college and then work
at a good position.
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National Honor Society, Italian Club, Gym Sergeant.
Frank has a wonderful sense of humor but is more at
home with serious thinking. He is the sort of fellow
We all envy, for his mental alertness and clear thinking
always shine forth. He finds keen interest in the fieldlof
philosophy, and can quote Plato. Franks interests are
forever wandering but we can all see a successful future
for him. . s
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French Club, History Forum.
Sewing Club, World Merry-Go-Round, Latin Club,
Biology Club, Typing Club, Office Practice,
History Forum, English Club, Science Club.
"Pat" is a swell girl who is always loads of fun to be
around. Her smile and personality make her very popu-
lar. She plans to enter business school and perhaps
someday secure a position as a private secretary and
then meet the man of heridreams and marry.
Patricia F. Murro M
"Patti" o Comptometry School
"Mike,' is a quiet, likeable fellow who seems to be
in on just about everything. He can be found at prac-
tically all times with the "North Bergen boys". Mike
plans to enter the Armed Forces upon graduation and
hopes to plan his future from there.
Italian Club, Gym Sergeant.
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' Italian Club, History Forum, English Club,
New Jersey State Group, Glee Club, Typing Club,
A Secretarial Club, World Merry-Go-Round, Usherettes.
"Pat!' is a pretty girl who can be found at almost all
times in the A.A. room. She plans to enter the secretarial
field and has as her interests-sports, swimming, danc-
ing, stenog and for the future, children. "Pat,s,' secret
ambition is to lmow all the students in ,her graduating
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A "Alice,' is a very quiet girl but is always alert to all
happenings. As Club Editor of the "O 61 B", she has
aided greatly in its publication. After graduation, Alice
plans to travel quite a bit, perhaps even to Hawaii, and
then to become an actress, a field in which she has
shown great talent. p
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Usherettes, Math Club, Senior Chorus, Italian Club,
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"Manuel,' is a real swell fellow with a bright smile
and friendly personality. He is very active in school pro-
grams and is one of the editors of the "O :Sz Bn. His
favorite activity is the Union Hill Singers, of which he F
is a member many years. "Manuel,' plans to study teach- y
ing at Montclair State Teacheris College.
Manuel J. 0liveiral
"Manuel,' College .
"Bobbie" is our "Class Flirty and is'also Co-Captain
of our Cheerleaders. Her wonderful personality can be
seen in the cheery "hello" she has for everyone. She
is very active in many of the school doings and plans to
enter the secretarial field upon graduation.
Cheerleaders, History Forum, English Club,
World Merry-Go-Round, Spanish Club, Sewing Club.
"Tony" is a big, strong, husky fellow
great asset to Union Hill. He enjoys
bball, and swimming and has shown
the school with "Fran,'. After graduation
O Br B Staff, Italian Club,
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O or B Staff, Basketball Team, Track Team,
Senior Chorus, Math Club, Italian Club,
History F omm, Student Council, Dramatics Club,
World Merry-Co-Round, Mechanical Drawing,
Civilian Defense, Executive Council,
Committee, Gym Sergeant, Art Club.
Cheerleaders, Italian Club, Office Practice Club,
World Merry-Go-Round, Sewing Club, Typing Club,
Shining black hair and a cheery describe our
"Jong She knows everyone and lends a bright note
wherever she goes. "Jo" is very active in school and is
one of our best cheerleaders. She plans to make her way
into some phase of dress designing work which she does
in her spare time. Lightfooted "jon was elected as the
"Best Dancerv in the class.
"Jon Burroughls School of Business 1
a tall, slim, girl
She hopes to work
express company. A
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Club, Steno Club, Student Program, History
Office Practice Club, Nurse's Helper,
Enghsh Club, Secretarial Club,
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History Forum, Office Practice Club, Usherettes,
World Merry-G0-R0uncl, New jersey State Group,
Senior Chorus. L
Cute Doris is a girl who enjoys school for the friends
she has made and the fun 'she has had. Her hobby is
collecting dolls from foreign countries. She also enjoys
skating, bowling, dancing and hopes to become a part-
time dance instructor. Her secret embition is to travel
to Europe on a luxury liner. Doris plans to attend busi-
ness school and become a secretary.
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National Honor Society, Clee'Club, English Club,
'Spanish Club, Civilian Defense, Sub Treasurer,
Sewing Club, Biology Club, Xvorltl Merry-Go-Round,
Drumatics Club, Student Program Committee.
,C ,"Ifene'f is a sweety pretty, all-around girl who has
attained the title of "Most Dependable? in the Senior
Class. She isvery active in all club and assembly pro-
grams. After graduation "Irene" plans to enter Katharine
Gibbs Seeretarial School to prepare for Sher future.
Irene H4 Pammy
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to follow his in
or a commercial
compassion for art
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able friend. He is an ardent
' tion he intends to enlist in the Army
s future from there. "joe", with his
"'MOSt Popular" in the Senior Poll.
History Forum, Typing Club, English Club,
Office Practice Club, Commercial Arithmetic Club, '
Science Club, Sewing Club, Home .Economics Club.
"Rad, is one of the quiet, lovable, athletic girls who
is great fun and a wonderful friend. Her secret ambition
is to be the owner of the New York Giants, but until
this dream comes her way she will study to be a nurse.
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"E" Secretary - Marriage
Elaine is a swell girl who takes on more work than
it seems she can handle but always comes through. She
has been indispensable as a member of the "O or B"
staff. She, loves to eat at alll times. Elaine has been
elected with Ann as "Class Palsv. She plans to marry
within the next year and raise a family.
Editor O or B Graduate Staff, National Honor Society,
English Club, Executive Council, Prom Committee,
Safety Patrol, Iunior Red Cross, World Merry-Go-Round,
Secretarial Club, History Forum, Spanish Club,
Steno Club, Usherettes, Typing Club, Senior Chorus,
Civil Defense, Biology Club,
Spanish Club, Biology Club, World Meyry-C0-ROl1I1C1,
History lforuin, Future Teachers of America,
Gym Sergeant. A
"jimmy" is a quiet, humorous fellow who is friendly
with everyone. He is active in many school programs
and enjoys school studies very much. njimmyi' plans to
work for a few years after graduation and then if pos-
sible opena business of his own.
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e f'Artie" is a slim redhead who is a natural cc
with his own style. Although he is a 'johnny
lately" to our class, he has made his place among us.
'fArtie', plans to enter the field of accounting and hopes
to prepare for this profession at Wilkes College
yes mme" s wakes College
who is pleasing to
jersey City. She enjoys
school doings. For the
secure a secretarial position,
shown a greet talent.
National Honor Society, History Forum, Sewing Club,
I Press Staff, Oifice Practice Club, Secretarial Club,
English Club, Senior Chorus, World Merry-Go-Round,
Typing Club, Math Club, Commercial Club,
Rapid Calculation, Junior Red Cross, Spanish Club,
K . ,Biology Club, Steno Club.
"Joann is a girl who is sincere in her ambition to
become a secretary. Being possessed with the fine qual-
ities of dependability, initiative and honesty, she will no
doubt make a good one. After graduation she plans to
attend Burroughs Business Machine School and study
for her future.
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"jackie" has that appealing sense of humor which is
hard to find in most people, He places his aims high
and almost always succeeds in attaining them. To him
money is a "nevv vvorldv and abides his time carefully
with it. If you should ever visit the, Catskill Mountainsg
just give a loud 'llackien and you will find him With his
trusty gunand hunter's outfit.
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Italian Club, Basketball Team, Gym Sergeaait.
"Rabbit" isa serious-minded fellow who pins fo ge
to college even if he has tojoin the Navy to accomplish
ambition. He is interested in sports and has ishewn
at greamfffnify for basketball and bfwebau. He can
often fouhd around his car trying to keep sit in
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Secretary of Senior Class, Faculty Editor O Bt B eswi-I,
Chairman Dance Committee, Executive council, V '
English Club, Spanish Club, Typing Club, Clee Club,
History Forum, Math Club, Usherettes, Biology-Club,
Sewing Club, Latin Club.
Edythe is a pretty, personality-plus girl who has
attained the title of "Best Looking" in our class. She is
very active in school and is secretary of the Senior Class.
Edythe has very ably organized our Iunior Social, Senior
Poll Dance and Senior Prom. After graduation she plans
to study nursing at Fairleigh Dickinson College.
Edythe Je-an Schwartz
"Edie" Nursing School l
Gym Sergeant, Civilian Defense,
Kosten is one of those quiet lads who go for the
outdoor life and devote a large part of their time to the
Naval Reserves. After graduation he hopes to enter the
field of science, perfect his favorite division, and special-
ize at a later date. t
Special Features Editor 0 51 B Staff,
Executive Council, Prom Committee, Usherettes,
Senior Chorus, Civilian Defense, Safety Patrol,
junior Red Cross, Press Staff, History Forum,
English Club, Typing Club, Spanish Club,
Sewing Club, World Merry-Co-llouml, Biology Club,
V Math Club.
Ann is an all-around girl who has given her all for
her "O 81 She enjoys mostly the science subjects.
Her secret ambition is to be a trapeze artist but plans
to study nursing at Christ Hospital and then become a
laboratory technician. Ann has been elected with Elaine
as our "Class Palsn.
Ann Carolyn Sheridan
' English Club, Office Practice Club, T
"Chickie" can always be seen moving
busy with something lmportant and has
asset to herclass and school. She is verv
doings and does Well IH whatever she
aClliClCi6,, plans to
secure .1 position in .in
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he has been elected as our Class Sweet-
done invaluable work in producing
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Joyce is a short, pretty"Southern Bellei' always wear-
ing u bright smile. She is well known lfor her beautiful
voice which she has displayedyin many assemblies. She
enjoys reading but her main interest is singing and music
and plans to attend music school after graduation :ind
then Work in the field of religious music.
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all-trades for he has worked at,,y?QHlnd can do
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occupation that he would preferifor hisfuturef il s s.iif
Club, Football Team, English Club,
Chorus, Senior Play, 'Sergeants
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very much He IS 'Active
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f'Tony'l is a fellow who makes
greatestof ease, for his personality is
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Forum, WVorld Merry-Go-Round,
Biology Club, Typing Club,
Defense, Library Helper,
Staff, Senior Chorus, Minstrel Show,
Program Committee, Dramatics Club.
O :Sz B Staff, Steno Club, Secretarial Club, V
Spanish Club, Civilian Defense, Majorette of Drill Team,-
Ofice Practice Club, junior Police, Senior Cliorus,
History Forum, English Club.
, "Bobbiev can always be found daydreamingisaboutl
soxnething or another, usually another. She Qnjoysjdgnogzol
ing, roller skating, ice skating and swimrningt
intends to go to Burroughs Business Machino School si l
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an active girl who takes great interest in
her school. She can usually be found husying herself in
the art room where she has done much creative work.
Harriet plans to enter Burrough's Business Machine
School then obtain a position as a secretary.
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Our allegiance lives forever
True to Union Hill
Striving forth in each endeavor
Always to fulfill
In the years that pass before us
One theme will ring through
Mem'ries of our Alma Mater
And the friends We knew.
Front Row: Robert Kopchains, Harry Mah, Norma Kolisch, Laima Vizulis, Dc-anna Corbisiero, Robert Bertrand, Manuel
Oliveira. Second How: Rita Schactcr, Sheila Greenfield, jane Schmidt, ,loan Sardouc, Anna Marie Tcrranova, Carol Pitk-
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Frank Colcnda, Lawrence Korn.
Throughout our years at Union Hill we have
striven to raise ourselves to a higher scholastic,
communal and social level.
Among us are some of those who have
achieved this goal. Their repeated efforts on
behalf of their classmates and school have borne
fruit, for they have been rightfully honored by
admittance into the realm of superior achieve-
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Mr. joseph Briccola, Facility Adviser, Class of january 155, pinning
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e I Comin of Age
Most of us entered the portals of Union Hill High School
in September of 1951, full of youthful exuberance. We left
grammar school, where we were a part of things, to enter high
school comparatively friendless.
During our first day, Mr. Stahler welcomed us to Union
Hill. This made us feel good, almost as though we were a
part of it all.
Soon we thought we had leamed all there was to know.
We learned our schedule Ca prodigious feat in itselfl. We
leamed the names of our teachers fthere were so many more
than in grammar schooll. But we couldn't learn when our gym
days were Cmost embarrassingl or the "Up" stairs from the
A few months later we saw our first big assembly, the
Thanksgiving Day Program, where we experienced our first
"pep rally" for the Turkey Day Game.
Thanksgiving Day greeted us cold and clear. It was strange
getting up at nine, accustomed as we were to rising about one
o'clock. But "When in Union Hill, do as the 'Hillers' do."
After the game we had nothing but a battered program
and a vivid memory as souvenirs.
Then we came upon a new facet of life in Union Hill.
EXAMSI Every night for three weeks we could be found
locked up in our rooms, buming the midnight oil over our
texts and praying for good marks.
We passedl CMost of us that is.D
Next came the Faculty-Varsity Basketball Game.
Faculty-Varsity Game? What's that?
At the game we saw our teachers in ludicrous costumes and
trunks that didn't fit. Were these the same stiff-collared ad-
ministrators of Science and History that we knew? We were
soon to find out that it was all in the spirit of fun and good
By this time we had learned many things about life in
Union Hill, but we hoped we could know EVERYTHING.
By September 1952, we had reached that all important
status of Sophomore. New students arrived to join our ranks
from Secaucus, Fairview, North Bergen, and other commun-
We now came in contact with pressure groups and lobby-
ists. Seniors came around to sell us combs that we didn't need,
book covers we never used and tickets to dances we were
afraid to attend.
We saw our second Thanksgiving Day game and were still
impressed with the pomp and pageantry of it all.
Things came in stride now, things that used to disturb us
in our Freshman year. Things like changing periods, homework
assignments, gym days, and study hall.
We even said "Hello" to Mr. Stahler when we passed his
office and when he answered us we felt rather important, al-
most like a Senior.
Toward the end of our Sophomore A term we found our
"one and only". fThis was it. This was the real thingj
We joined our first real club, went to our first party, and
"cut" our first class, which was not a smart move for we got
our first detention from Mr. French.
For exams this year we still took all our books home but
now we only opened the book, glanced at a page and prayed.
Our first day back at school we were given a warning over
the?g'A about throwing snowballs in front of the school. fW'ho
Things ran smoothly except during the latter end of the
semester when we received "nights" for only taking off one,
short, single day to go swimming. i
The Iunior Social, "Varsity Ho ", was our first big dance
and we were really in the swing of ffiings.
Now we thought we knew EVERYTHING.
In our junior A year we leamed that we were to elect our
class officersg and after much heated discussion and deliber-
ation we chose those who we thought could fill the positions
best. We set about looking for a Faculty Adviser. We hoped
for someone who would lead us carefully and conscientiously
down the road to graduation. Our choice was Mr. William
Satz. An Executive Council, composed of two members from
each home room and the class officers, was established. This
group was to be the eyes and ears of each Senior Home Room.
It enabled the officers to make decisions democratically.
Our yearbook staff was selected by the officers and Faculty
Adviser from competitive compositions.
With our officers, Faculty Adviser, Executive Council, and
yearbook staff functioning, we were an organized class. Our
first cooperative effort was our Iunior Prom, "Le Jardin D'-
The boys romised to mow lawns in order to buy corsages
for the new best girl in their lives. Girls stayed a full day
at the beauty arlor, and the decorating crew hurried home at
six thirty to tafce a fast shower and get back by eight o'clock.
"Le Jardin D'Amour" was a tremendous success, financially
Our yearbook staff had already started planning their
By the end of our junior year we were filled with mixed
emotions. We were glad to be Seniors, but sorry that such an
eventful year had to close. It was such an eventful year that
we neglected to take time to leam,the "Up" stairs from the
We did study for exams though. Anyway, we opened a
book, then invited the gang over for a party.
Now, surely, we knew EVERYTHING.
We had finally reached the upper echelon. We were now
SENIORS. This meant that we could get excused from study,
buy sandwiches early, and hand homework in late, sometimes.
After getting through exams strictly on prayer, we started
planning our Senior Poll. Votes were tabulated and on March
4, the first of a series of climactic events had begun. The Senior
Poll Dance was a closed affair which, in a pleasant atmosphere,
brought out the very best in our class.
On March 19, we followed our red-hot basketball team to
Elizabeth, where Union Hill beat New Brunswick for the
Group .IV State Championshi . Later that night we realized
that this championship was lilge a going-away present, for we
were the first class since 1919 to witness such an event.
After basketball had died down slightly, we began think-
ing of our Senior Play. We were fortunate because twelve of
our classmates had parts, four being the leads. Their acting
was so professional that most of us forgot that we were
Next we came to Senior Snob Day. It was such a serious
affair that Senior boys told their under-class girl friends that
they would not talk to them on this day.
Another milestone was on Student Day. We had finally
leamed everything fexcept the "Up" stairs from the "Down'
stairsl and were ready to take over the teachers' places.
Our Senior Picnic was the next step. At Forest Hills Lake
we had a wonderful time. One of the highlights was a chal-
lenge softball game, featuring: "Guys vs. Dolls".
The grand climax was our Senior Prom. Boys had a hard
time getting used to their "tux", and girls had a harder time
finding a gown that would make them "Queen of the Prom".
After the Prom we all left for points East.
Monday rolled around a little too fast. We had not com-
pletely recovered from those loooong weekend nights. But it
was graduation and we had to go.
A few hours later we officially ended our four year stay at
Union Hill High School.
But it could never really end, for we would always carry
an undying memory of Union Hill and the "Union Hill Way
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recognize our responsibilities to our school and to society
and were striving to make it the success it finally was. It
was our first organized class social event and will long
remain in our memories.
Can you remember the inviting Ifarisian atmosphere
that surrounclecl the dance floor and the happy feet keep-
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In much of our Junior year and all of our Senior year
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publication for printing. They have given their all in mak-
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Ann Sheridan Kliditorj, Anna Marie Tcrranova
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Thiw sn-.xson Union Hill has a muord which every
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.ill ulxsku'le.s before them, Coach ,George Faldngr and
his mhnlnns five have come up with the hottest com-
lminatinn r-ver to come out of Hudson County, Our coach
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in individual scoring and Perimla, probably the most
improved player of the year, came up with an all-dmc
assist record. Then we came tu a show-down with Did:-
innm and we really showed them up hy snatching the
County Title right out of their reach. Our coach and
n-nm have given us at Union Hill a record which will
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Coach Bori Olla, Robert Kopchains. Second Row: Robert D,Angelo, Ralph Furfaro, George Turner Anthony
MR. MATTHEVV CERTOSIMO
Villanella, Everett McGrath, james Roselle, Nicholas Ciffarettos. Third Row: Jim McGrath, Joseph Clam
brone, Thomas Kopilar, Thomas Mohr, Dolph Hildebrandt, Louis LaMana, Raymond Schwenk John Del
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Petroliello, Assistant Coach Certosimo. Back How: Russel Ackerman, George Ramming, Donald Woodcock
UNION HILL finished the 1954 Grid Season successfully with five
wins, two losses and one tie. VVe won decisive victories over St. Michaells,
Leonia, Demarest, Bloomfield Tech, and St. Josephs We lost a 12-13
thriller to Lyndhurst, were defeated by Memorial and tied Emerson in the
traditional Thanksgiving Day Game. The fine performances we've shown
on the gridiron this season are the direct results of the effective coaching
we have had. We owe a big THANK YOU to our coach, Whitey Keil, and
our assft coach, Matthew Certisimo, for the hard work they have put into
producing a season record we can be proud of. Graduating seniors in-
clude, Richard Hoffman, Tony Villanello, Nick Cifarettos, Frank Koch,
Robert Kopchains, and Edward Messina.
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to a T. Shifty and fast on the offense and
hard hitting on the defense are the words
that hest describe Boh. The opposition
found it tough when they tried to pass his
Richard Hoffman, Union's offensive and de-
fensive end, will long be remembered at
Union Hill. Dickis powerful kicking leg led
us out of many end zones and gave us those
reassuring after-touchdown placements. We
were proud to have him wearing our colors
on the gridiron.
Frank Koch, a master in Union's baekfield,
had 21 fast, elusive way of running. His
precise rugged hall handling could make
any opposition's knees knock. Ile played
to his capacity and came through with Hy-
Nick Cifarettos will be remembered for the
stamina and courage he had at his position
as guard. Niek's performances showed their
worth in exhausting the opposition's spirit
when they made those powerful fourth
Tony Villanello, whose line blocks stopped
the opposition Hat, excelled in his position
as guard. Tony developed a habit of nail-
ing the opposition on their offensive drives,
which merited him as a valuable part of
Edward Messina was unable to finish
t the season this year because of an in-
jury. We know he would have come
through at the halfhaek spot if he would
have heen able to. The team lost his sup-
port on the Held but they gained his sup-
port from the sidelines.
MR. GEORGE FALTINGS
This season Union Hill has produced the most powerful team that
has ever come out of Hudson County. Our coach and unbeatable team
have .climbed a long ladder of 27 straight wins to achieve the glory
that is so due to them. Union Hillis team has made itself the Group
IV State Champions. After beating 23 teams to become County Cham-
pions, they went on to beat Bayonne, Dickinson, Camden, and New
Brunswick in decisive victories which clinched the state title for
Union. The picture on this page is the picture of the coach and team
that just couldn,t and wouldn't be beaten.
Kneeling: Bob Kopchains, Richard Hoffman,
Raymond Pericola, Donald Altomare, George
Ramming. Standing: Mr. George Faltings,
Edward Bodtman, James Fucci, Frank Del
Nero, Harry Orlando, Robert Schaifner,
Ioseph Ciambrone, Theodore Loop,
Richard Hoffman was the captain of our
undefeated teain. llis quick thinking and
fast drives accounted for u sizeable portion
of the final score, He scored 256 points in
the regular fourteen game season, giving
hiin an average of hettcr than seventeen
points per game. Because of his mannerisms
on the court hc hccarnc known as the calm,
cool and collected floor general. To top off
his sparkling performances all through the
season hc was selected as the most valuable
player of the year and made the all-state
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the material to be on our vxrslty squad hc
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Pericola was truly a credit to the A, V
had a clever way of handling the yy We
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was chosen for the second all-state team. CUUNTY
This season Union Hill has a record which every
team in the state have only dreamed of. Finally, despite
all obstacles before them, Coach George Faltings and
his fabulous five have come up with the hottest corn-
bination ever to come out of Hudson County. Our coach
and team have broken nearly every record that Union
has. They broke our all-time scoring record by shellack-
ing St. Iosephls with 106 points. This wasnit enough for
our champions, they had to score 106 points again on
Weehawken High School's champion team. Our team
broke through another record by coming through the
season with 27 consecutive victories. Hoffman was
chosen "Most Valuable Playerv, Ramming led the county
in individual scoring and Pericola, probably the most
improved player of the year, came up with an all-time
assist record. Then we came to a show-down with Dick-
inson and we really showed them up by snatching the
County Title right out of their reach. Our coach and
team have given us at Union Hill a record which will
never be forgotten.
Robert Kopchains, who was not a regular
starter during the season, was always ready
when he was needed. He played forward
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"Most Valuable Player" award. Carl Martin, secretary of the Sportswriters Asso-
ciation, is making the award to Richie. He was chosen as the most dominant
Hgure in the state by the sportswriters of New jersey.
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Front Row: Raymond Perieola, Harry Orlando, Mr. Carl Martin, Richard
Hoffman, Robert Kopchains, Mr. George Faltings. Second Row: Donald
Altomarc, George Ramming. Buck Row: Ernest Volz, Francis Del Nero,
james Fucci, Ray Dt-Simone, Robert Schaffncr, Teddy Loop.
These are our hopes for next yearis campaign. Our junior
varsity team is under the fine supervision of coach Herbert
Ostroff. You'll be seeing some of these boys on our varsity team
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polo, Ralph Furfaro, Michael Harrison, john Haherstein. Second Row: Coach Larry Gligor, Charles Viggiani,
Bill Bianchi, Rohcrt D'Angelo, Ilarry Orlando, Rohert Conklin, Frank Del Nero, james Fucci. Back Row:
John Hodel, Richard Hoffman, Arthur Baxter, jerry Lanzalotto, George Friedel, Ray Pericola.
Up to this point in our seasonis schedule our coach and team have given
us a very successful record. We have confidence in our team and the spirit
with which they tackle each foe. NVe therefore feel very hopeful towards the
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Anthony Carbora. Second Row: Don Seliaek, Bob Leathen, Louis Seiarra, Joseph Almodovar, john De La-
Roehe, Joe Lucia, Robert Kruse, Robert Denson. Back How: Mr. Frank Korbett, Thomas Tucker, Ronald Mott-
ram, Walter Keeek, Frank Ciambrone, George Humming, Otto Drozd, joe Montanez, jim McGrath.
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track team, has tht shunma and courage
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coach, Mr. Frank Korbett, has developed our team into something that all Hillers
Joseph Acinapura, Iohn Bodmer, Otto Drozd, Theodore Loop, David Kerr.
Our tennis team under our able
coach, Mr. Robert Modarelli, has
performed well up to this point in
our season. Although they have not
been completely successful, they
have the ,enthusiasm which will
carry them to many more victories
before the close of their schedule.
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DAVID KEBR, Union's second graduating
asset, has turned in sterling performances Ar
each game that he has played. He has con-
gibuted much towards the fine record we
OTTO DROZD, the first of our three tennis
stars, has contributed tremendously toward
the victories our team has won. One of
0tto's many valuable assets is his ability to
move about with the ease and speed so
necessary on the court.
players, has been playing, like a star all
through the season. 1t's fellows like Teddy
who assure us of the successful completion
of our schedule.
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Second Row: Ann Boesch, Ioan Healy, Josette Leonard.
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DIANE KORDIS, one of our shapely high-
stepping seniors, is the captain of our twirling
squad. Diane is one of the reasons why
Union looks so good on the field.
MARIA LAZROE, the third pretty member
of our graduating trio, has played her part
well in our twirling exhibitions. The efforts
that she has put into becoming a maiorette
show why Union always looks so good on
ating twirlers, has a professional touch when
it comes to handling a baton. She played
her part well in making Union outstanding.
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EILEEN FERGEE, another of our gradu-
Diane True, Marie Esposito, Eileen Ferger, Marie Lazroe, Vivian Campanella, Diane Kordis.
Union Hill,s majorettes have practiced hard and the results show.
Through their efforts they have come up with picturesque formations
and expert twirling that we ut Union are proud of.
Vivian Campanellu, Eileen Ferger, Maria Esposito, Diane Kordis, Marie Lazroe, Diane True
Front Row: Ioan Goldschmidt, Bernadine Swift, Ioan DeLuca, Patricia Miller,
Elaine Anderson, Rosemarie Capone. Second Row: Stanley Ilemsley, Fred Diek-
man, Robert McKevitt, Philip Ochs, George Neye, Rudolph Nordman, XVilliam
Hazelton. Back Row: Frank DeLuca, William Lane, Charles Guerra, Arnold
MR' DON PASTORE Bauer, Robert llenkel, Harry Mutcliler, George White.
This group of boys and girls, under
the direction of Mr. Jack VVright, is
the one we've seen over and over
again during half-time at our football
games. The drill team along with the
color guard make a colorful showing
for our school.
The conscientious boys and girls in our band are under the able leader-
ship of Mr. Pastore. He and the members of the band have organized their
efforts together in order to produce the music We hear at assemblies and
athletic contests. They have done a good job, and we are proud of them.
B. Barulich, B. Bodmer, M. Colenda, G. Delapia, D. Francine, I. Michaele, A. Mohr, L. Schep-
pler, E. Sciarra, D. 0'Grady, D. Bachmann, A. Cobaich, P. Ferrara, I. Mcllveen, K. McKen-
zie, M. Grafeld, I. Siletti, E. Moran, M. Knapp, L. Koop, Larsen, H. Hatzgeld, A. Rossi, B
Tompkins, M. Menist, B. Holland, J. Guttermuth, B. Cohen, G. Gerkhardt, Michaele, M
Albrecht, J. McGaul, B. Waldic.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
President, Norma Kolisch
Vice President, George Frim-del
Secretary, Laima Vizulis
Treasurer, Deanna Corhisiero
Faculty Adviser, Mrs. Marie Gardinier
The ideals of the National Honor Society
are: to create an enthusiasm for scholar-
ship, to encourage the development of
character in pupils of Union Hill, to de-
velop leadership among students, to stimu-
late a desire to render service.
President, Harry Mah
Vice President, Vincent Ascolesc
Secretary, Donald ,Ieck
Treasurer, jerry LaForgia
Faculty Adviser, Mr. Ilarry Stahler
Parliumentarian, Mr. Daniel Primont
This newly developed organization is com-
posed of the presidents of the clubs of each
department of study. It is the senior coun-
cil and has the duty of reviewing all hills
of student government hefore they are
President, Larry Korn
This organization, also newly developed, is
the most numerous branch of student
government. It is composed of the presi-
dents of those clubs affiliated with the
"Upper Division." Both divisions have the
great responsibility of producing good stu-
dent government for the benefit of student
as well as school.
SENIOR A OFFICERS
President, Vincent Ast-ok-se
Vice President, Connie Lucia
Secretary, Arvcda Stcpanian
Treasurer, Rita lloffspicgel
Faculty Adviser, Mr. Frank Korbctt
JUNIOR B OFFICERS
President, jerry LaForgia
Vice President, Diane True
Secretary, Alexandra Rosencrantz
Treasurer, Elaine Muh
Faculty Adviser, Mr. Larry Gligor
In the Junior A year of every class at Union
Hill the students have an opportunity to
elect their own class officers.
These officers are responsible to their re-
spective class for good government, advice
The officers must possess leadership qual-
ities, eagerness to work and "get the job
donei' and ability, because the duty they
must perform becomes quite difficult at
"Cooperation, is the motto of these officers,
for without the combined help of their
classmates the goal to be accomplished
would be a fruitless task.
JUNIOR A OFFICERS
President, Donald Jeck
Vice President, Robert Martin
Secretary, Eda Paolini
Treasurer, Patricia Boese
Faculty Adviser, Mr. Carmine Sippo
President, Raymond Pericola
Vice President, Arvcda Stepanian
Secretary, Esperanza Frausto
Treasurer, Robert Kopchains
Faculty Adviser, Mr. George Faltings
The History Forum, studying mostly cur-
rent events, has sent many students to the
New York Times Youth Forum. They also
discuss the possible effects of world situa-
tions and what they can mean for the
NEW JERSEY STATE GROUP
President, Rosalie Sciarra
Vice President, Ann Kazanchy
Treasurer, Frank Tota
Faculty Adviser, Mr. Robert Modarelli
Our own state is discussed and evaluated
by members of the New jersey State
Group. They visit the many points of
interest and then report at their meetings
of their experiences.
President, Katherine DeSimon
Vice President, Caroline Spears
Secretary, Shirley Fetzer
Faculty Adviser, Mr. Herbert Ostrolf
The VVorld Merry-G0-Round tries to de-
velop in the student an interest in world
events. They then attempt to co-relate
these events with past history and form
definite opinions on their findings.
FUTURE LEADERS OF AMERICA
President, Ronald VVilcomes
Vice President, George George
Secretary, Ralph Jacobson
Treasurer, Paul Rank
Faculty Adviser, Mr. Harry XV. Shotwell
The Future Leaders of America deal with
the elements of Parliamentary Procedure
and conduct their meetings upon a strict
basis, discussing current World situations
and controversial issues.
Chairman, Sandra Lappas
Board of Directors
Grace Miller, Elaine Picciano,
Pat Rayburnc, Beatrice Trotola
Mrs. Elizabeth Cirelli, Miss XVilna Conklin
The English Club, one of our larger and
more active organizations, has given stu-
dents a renewed interest in the English
language. It has also reawakened interest
in the Classics and English Literature.
President, Edna Mackey
Vice President, NVilliam Keogh
Secretary, Eleanor Hunt
Treasurer, David Holley
Faculty Adviser, Mr. Dominic Rizzo
The Latin Club has brought a new mean-
ing to the Latin language. It has shown
that even in our modern-day-world there is
a place for it. Extra-curricular activities
have laid a foundation for the future study
of other languages.
President, Edna Mackey
Vice President, Raymond Pericola
Secretary, Larry Korn
'I'reusurer, Esperanza Frausto
Pulilicity Chairman, Robert Kopchains
Faculty Adviser, Miss Elsa Miller
The Language Club, composed of the pres-
idents of the various Language Clubs, has
as one of its many projects the collection
of funds for worthy organizations and is
now engaged in a collection for UNICEF.
The members also aid counselors when in-
terviewing non-Englisb-speaking students.
President, Raymond Pericola
Vice President, Joseph Sinisi
Secretary, Frank januzzi
Treasurer, Josephine Pitarresi
Faculty Adviser, Miss Rose Buongiomo
Through a study of Italy and Italian
customs this group has gained a new mean-
ing to the language. By studying the lib-
rettos of Italian opera the student begins
to realize the lyric quality of Italian.
President, Larry Korn
Vice President, Frank Colenda
Secretary, Rita Schacter
Treasurer, john Lupo
Faculty Adviser, Miss Isobel Richardson
The French Club fosters better relations
between the language and the student
through games and discussions. Period-
ically the members attend French theatre
productions to aid in their studies.
President, Esperanza Frausto
Vice President, Grace Miller
Secretary, Elaine Hagaglia
Treasurer, Mildred Herrmann
Faculty Adviser, Mrs. Marie Gardinier
The Spanish Club has promoted a better
understanding of Spain and its language.
Through numerous visual aids and discus-
sions, students have a renewed interest in
IUNIOR RED CROSS
Iiepresentatiues, Eleanor Hunt, Arlene Klahre
Facility Adviser, Mrs, Pauline Dwyer
By being charitable and gracious to un-
fortunate children in other lands the junior
Red Gross has created an atmosphere of
friendship and good will rather than fear
Presiderit, Robert Kopchains
Vice President, George Friedel
Secretary, Sandra Lappas
Treasurer, Philip Ochs
Faculty Adviser, Miss Viola Diehl
The German Club has reawakened in its
members a vigorous interest in German
culture through films and discussions. The
club attempts to give the students 21 fuller
knowledge of the language and people.
President, Arlene Klahre
Vice President, Eleanor Hunt
Mrs. Pauline Dwyer, R.N.
Miss Carol Fiesselcr, R.N.
These girls have assisted the nurses of our
school in their duties. They are versed in
elementary first aid and able to take care
of an injured person in the event of an
STUDENT PROGRAM COMMITTEE
Chairman, Gertrude Natovitz
Mrs. Elizabeth Cirelli, Mr. Benjamin Harris
The "new skit and speechv assemblies have
put across the vital purpose of each assem-
bly. Although many programs have a pro-
fessional quality, all are written and staged
by members of the Student Program Com-
UNION HILL PLAYERS
President, Judy Rank
Vice President, Grace Miller
Secretary, Sandra Lappas
Treasurer, Rhoda Lampidis
Faculty Adviser, Mr. Benjamin Harris
In their short history the Union Hill
Players have risen to one of the more
prominent and widely recognized groups
in school. Their outstanding assemblies
have brought about an awakening to prac-
FRESHMAN MATH CLUB
President, Betty Bodmer
Vice President, Carol Ann Collins
Secretary, Kathleen McKenzie
Treasurer, joan Flynn
Faculty Adviser, Mr. Frank Korbctt
The purpose of the Freshman Math Club
is to promote a better and thorough under-
standing of mathematics for freshmen, pre-
paring them for future years in the study
Co-Chairmen, Charles Helm, john Bjcrke
Faculty Adviser, Mr. Albert Pardee
The stage is set for assemblies and
shows by our Stage Crew. Members must
have a working knowledge of lighting and
scenic effects and must care for all proper-
ties and stage equipment.
SOPHOMORE MATH CLUB
President, Dolph Hildebrandt
Vice President, john Both
Secretary, Raymond Martignone
Treasurer, Nancy Raimann
Faculty Acluiser, Mr. Kenneth Evcland
The Sophomore Math Club fosters the stu-
dentis interest in geometry while enabling
him to practice the practical use of this
subject. lt also prepares the student for
the study of higher mathematics.
President, XVilliam Keogh
Vice President, Mary Ann Michaclc
Secretary, Edna Mackey
Treasurer, Marie Lyddon
Miss Edna Wlagncr, Mr. Canninc Sippo
The Biology Club helps the student to ex-
plore social biological implications. It also
aids students to develop a comprehensible
knowledge of life on this world of ours.
JUNIOR AND SENIOR MATH CLUB
President, Martin Kramer
Vice President, George Fricdel
Secretary, Philip Ochs
Treasurer, Eileen Muh
Faculty Adviser, Mr. T. Otis Price
The Junior and Senior Math Club prepares
the student for the day when math may
become prominent in his life. They achieve
this goal by viewing demonstrations such
as radar and other electronics in the mathe-
FRESHMAN SCIENCE CLUB
President, Arlene Brown
Vice President, Io Anne McCaul
Secretary, jullict Minassian
Faculty Adviser, Mr. Herbert Stisken
In this club, Freshmen are introduced to
science as a practical aid in life. The stu-
dents are taught the principles of experi-
mentation and are trained in the use of
Faculty Adviser, Miss Leila Brown
The members of this group develop an
understanding of the workings of the
library and aid the librarian and students
in finding the books they seek. They are
responsible for the fine working condition
our library is kept in.
President, Ethel Von Thadden
Faculty Adviser, Dr. Charles Hainfeld
The Commercial Club, composed of the
presidents of the various commercial de-
partment clubs, sees to it that each respec-
tive commercial club is successfully organ-
ized and Working well.
President, Ethel Von Thadden
Vice President, Anna Marie Terranova
Secretary, Ioan DeCesare
A Treus-urer, Doris Gardner
Faculty Adviser, Mrs. Geraldine Doebele
This group is primarily interested in de-
veloping girls for careers in the secretarial
field. Through visits to business concerns
the members learn the duties of a secre-
tary and how to conduct themselves on
President, Joyce DeDet-ker
Vice Pre.x'izlent, Arlene Potthoff
SL'cr'etary, Virginia Geher
Treasurer, Nydia Del Villa
Faculty Adviser, Mrs. Geraldine Doebelc
The Steno Club has enabled Stenography
students to realize the importance of this
subject by aiding the members in securing
jobs in offices and in the business World
President, Ioyce VVuesthoff
Vice President, Judith XVo1'sley
Secretary, Lora Steinkrauss
Treasurer, Arlene Potthoff
Faculty Adviser, Mrs. Florence Pinsan
This organization is composed of advanced
typing students who have shown excep-
tional talent in this field. It attempts to
further the knowledge of the student aside
from routine exercises and forms.
OFFICE PRACTICE CLUB
President, Kathleen Roehm
Vice President, Theresa Lucarella
Secretary, Florence Deimer
Treasurer, Anne Mettler
Flllfllllij Adviser, Mrs. Margaret Scanlan
The Office Practice Club gives students an
opportunity to acquaint themselves with
office Work and related fields, thus famil-
iarizing them with Work they may be doing
in the future.
COMMERCIAL ARITH M ETIC CLUB
President, Betty Bodmer
Vine Pre.siclcut, Charlotte Cloistein
Secretary, Margaret XValsh
Treasurer, Dorothy Franciu
Faculty Aduiser, Mr. joseph Creenwald
The Commercial Arithmetic Club enables
the student who wishes to enter the busi-
ness world and related fields to better
understand the more intricate phases of
Presriclent, John Bjerlce
Vice President, Eleanor Greenwald
Secretary, Dianna Hugo
Faculty Adviser, Mr. joseph Briceola
The Marketing Club develops students for
business by teaching them the latest sales
techniques and opportunities. It shows
them the various aspects of salesmanship
and business management.
Preyizlent, Frank Tota
Vice I'rusident, Connie Lucia
Secretary, Marilyn Shelton
Tremvurcr, Dorothy Sinionetti
l"u1rully Adviser, Mrs. Elvira Rossi
This club has established a program of
varied phases of bookkeeping to enrich and
develop student interest in Certified Public
Accounting and prepare them for other
fields along this line.
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Editor, Norma Koliseb
Faculty Adviser, Miss Rita Moreau
The Press Staff is Union Hillis official
"town crierv. The members go through the
various journalistic stagesg cub, assistant,
and reporter. Their most notable achieve-
ment is the weekly column, Union Hill
Press Notes, in the local newspaper.
STAMP AND COIN CLUB
President, Larry Korn
Vice President, George Friedel
Secretary, Robert Berger
Treasurer, Herman Kiepert
Faculty Adviser, Mr. VVilliam Satz
The main purpose of the Stamp and Coin
Club is to enlarge and develop individual
stamp and coin collections. It does this by
attending stamp and coin exhibits and
keeping informed where they may be
bought, sold and exchanged.
Captain, Larry Korn
Lieutenant, Raymond Pericola
Faculty Adviser, Mr. George Leiderman
Our student Civilian Defense is composed
of well trained students who know what
to do in the event of an enemy air attack.
They must evacuate classrooms in order
to protect the lives of students and faculty.
Captains, Eileen Ferger, Doris Gardner
Lieutenunts, Diane Kordis, Maria Lazroe
Faculty Adviser, Mr. Daniel Primont
Here are our guardians of school safety.
The Safety Patrol directs traffic in the
streets and stairways to prevent accidents
and make possible orderly dismissals.
President, Judy Rank
Vice President, Ruth Tischler
Secretaries, Alexandra Rosenerantz, Elaine Muh
Treasurer, Pat Fortunata
Faculty Adviser, Miss Irene Kattenhorn
These girls are preparing themselves for
entrance into one of our most important
groups, that of the homemaker. They learn
domestic science and the culinary arts
through lectures by home economists and
visits to food kitchens.
Helpers, Mrs. K. Paul, Teddy Loop, David Kerr
Faculty Adviser, Miss Irene Kattcnhorn
The food in the cafeteria is prepared and
served by these efficient assistants. They
see to it that the food is properly distri-
buted and handled.
President, Virginia Schnorrbusch
Vice President, Arlene Corbiach
Secretary, Arlene Klahre
Treasurer, Patricia McGlone
Faculty Adviser, Miss Ethel Miller
The members of the Sewing Club meet
and learn new ideas and methods in sew-
ing. Periodically they tour factories and
hospitals and acquire knowledge to aid
them in practical life.
A. A. HELPERS
President, Patricia O,Dca
Faculty Adviser, Mr. Albert Pardee
The distribution of athletic equipment is a
responsible position. These students see to
it that our athletes are properly attired and
safeguarded and also aid in planning ath-
ADVANCED ART CLUB
President, Frank Colenda
Vice President, Robert Bertrand
Secretary, Harriet Wolfson
Treasurer, Mary Baumann
Faculty Adviser, Mr. Norman Schatell
Creativeness and originality are the pri-
mary objectives of the Advanced Art Club.
The members of this group gather know-
ledge by visiting exhibits and museums
and by constantly exercising their talents.
President, Teddy Loop
Vice President, Philip Ochs
Faculty Adviser, Mr. VValter Markle
The experience these boys receive in the
Mechanical Drawing Club soon gives them
the proficiency needed to enter advanced
architecture and engineering. Blueprint-
ing and drafting are taught which will aid
them in the future.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
President, Ruth Tischler
Vice President, Frank Tota
Secretary, Patricia Fortunata
Treasurer, Arvcda Stepanian
Faculty Adviser, Miss Catherine Sullivan
This group is our contribution to the future
teachers of America. They have recently
visited Montclair State Teacheris College
where they were interviewed by practicing
teachers and were shown new develop-
ments in education.
President, Larry Korn
Faculty Adviser, Mr. Sidney Rosenthal
The name of Union Hill has been honored
and respected whenever the Debating
Team competes in a debate tournament.
Poise and ease in speaking comes natural
to the members of this team when speak-
ing before groups.
PHOTOGRAPHY CLU B
President, Stanley Klein
Vice President, Robert Martin
Secretary-Treasurer, llenry Minerva
Faculty Adviser, Mr. joseph Calahria
The Photography Cluh delves into the art
of photography with technical regard for
developing as well as taking pictures. They
hold discussions on the composition and
effect of pictures and how to improve
Presiclerzf, Martin Kramer
Vice President, Charles Fitzgerald
Treasurer, Larry Qualiano
Faculty Adviser, Mr. joseph Dcllenedictis
This group is expertly trained in the pro-
jecting of the visual aid Hlms for clubs and
athletic associations. They add a necessary
touch, for Without them, visual aids, neces-
sary to many teachers, would not he avail-
President, Stanley Ilemsley
Vice President, joan DeLuca
Sezrretrzry-Treasurer, Sandra Lappas
Librarian, Bernardino Swift
Faculty Adviser, Mr. Henry Crunewald
The orchestra has provided the cultural
background for our programs and assem-
hlies. lt has induced many students to learn
and enjoy music and to play a musical in-
UNION HILL SINGERS
Faculty Adviser, Mr. Vincent Horlbogen
"The Singersn have added inestimably to
the prestige of? Union Hill. They have ap-
peared before numerous club and luncheon
groups where their music is enjoyed and
always eagerly awaited.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
President, Mildred Herrmann
Vice President, Sheila Greenfield
Secretary, Carol Pitkwitz
Treasurer, Rhoda Lampidis
Faculty Aduiser, Mr. Vincent Horlbogen
The Girls, Glee Club, one of the largest
school clubs, is one of Union Hillis favor-
ites. They practice and work hard through-
out the year to present the Christmas
Pageant and the Spring Festival. '
BOYS, GLEE CLUB
President, Paul Rank
Secretary, George Fricdel
Treasurer, john Bodmer
Faculty Adviser, Mr. Vincent Ilorlbogen
The Boys, Glee Club, comprised of those
boys interested in choral singing, enter-
tains the school at various assemblies.
These masculine voices blend with those
in the Girls' Glee Club to produce beauti-
,, Qrlgrotulotions T ,
UN ion 3-0858
Ann's Cu and Saucer
Arnco Teljevision Service CO., Inc.
Bell Biscuit Co.
Berkowitz Fat Co.
Miss Maddy Bianco
Herman C. Bittman
Campus Sporting Goods Co.
Carl's Auto Repairs
Central Esso Service Station
Barbara, Peggy, and Leila Ciongoli
CireIli's Shoe Service
City Camera Shop
Helen Conover Beauty Salon
Crown WVine and Liquor Co.
DeMussi's Beer - VVines - Liquors
Dickinson High '39
E. VV. E. Auto Seat Covers
Elaine and Nick
A. F aresich Oil Burners
Mr. and Mrs. Ferendo
Fiesseler Embroidery WVorks -
Mr. and Mrs. G. Fitzgerald
A Friend of Rosalie
Gag-O-Rama-Novelties and jokes
Giant Market-North Bergen
The Gilsenan Piano Company
Mr. and Mrs. VVilliam Glade
Dr. Herman Gordon
George A. Gottberg
"The Dairy On The Boulevard'
Consolidated Dairies, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Greenfield
Hammann's Ice Cream Parlor
Conrad Hauf, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. NV. Hendra
Hillside Terminal Radio Cabs
H. R. 5-1, Mr. Sippo I
H. R. 10-1, Mr. Shotwell A
H. R. A-2, Miss Richardson
ll. R. 2-2, Mr. Rizzo
H. R. 292-2, Miss Buongiorno
H . 10-2, Mr. VV. Satz
H. . ll-2, Miss Scanlan
H . 1-3, Mr. Liederman
H. . 4-3, Miss Conklin
H. . 6-3, Mr. Hanes
H . 7-3, Mr. Ostrotf
H. 8-3, Mrs. Doebele
. 9-3, Miss Sullivan
. . 10-3, Mr. Stiskin
. R. ll-3, Mr. Simon
Hudson Auto Radiator
Hudson Tailoring Co.
Imperatore Quality Furniture
Paper Hanging a Specialty
jay-Ar Formal XVear
J. D. Television, Inc.
johnsenis Doll Hospital
1. T. Machine Co.
Keystone Fuel and Appliance Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Koch
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Korn
Kracmcr 81 Co.
Frank LaRoSe Association
XVillia'm F. Lazroe and Family
Louis Meat Market
XVilliam Luckert-Palisade Inn
Lynn's Ice Cream Stores
Mr. and Mrs. T. Maleta
Margolis Stationery Co.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Martin
Martinu Cleaning and Dyeing Corp.
Massare Bros., Asphalt and Cement
Mastro Lumber and Millwork CO. 4
Newkirk Manufacturing Co.
New Moon Restaurant
james Nolan, Inc. '
North Hudson Twirlers .
People's National Bank of Secaucus
jules and Dot Pericola
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pericola
Dr. A. R. Piccolo
Pop Joe's Rainbow Room
Secaucus, N. I.
L. I. Rad, Jewelers
Raritan Valley Farms-joseph P. Pommy
M. Rieff-Mount Moriah Cemetery
Louis A. Rossi-Real Estate
Sam's Kosher Meat Market
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schacter f
S. Schlesinger, Inc.
Sola Chateau, Palisades Park
The Spangler Family , ,
Stein-Tobler Embroidery Co.
Temple and Mayfair Theatres
The Thomas Family
john J. Tobler, Inc. Sporting Goods
Trenz Market, Sccaucus
Union Hill Cheerleaders
Van Iohnys Self Service Market
Yat Bun Sing Restaurant
Yore Flower Shop, Inc.
N. R. DRILLING OO. A FRIEND T
1 COMMONWEALTH TRUST CO. STAR SHOE STORE
HENRTTKIEL at SONS, INC. WINSTON JEWELERS
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Abbaite's Dry Goods
Mrs. George Adams
Albee Toy Shop
john F. Amberg, Insurance
The Anderson Family
Andy and Frank
Angela, Carol and Marilyn
Angie and Dom r
Annette and Paul
i Ann and Ralph
Ann S. and Johnny B.
An Old Alumnus of 1928
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Apone and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Appel
Archie and Angie
Josephine Arcuro -
Cecelia J. Armellino
Mr. and Mrs. J. Arnold
Mr. Meyer Aronson
Mrs. Joseph Auriemma
A Mr. and Mrs. Ballan
Barney Stock Shops
Mr. and Mrs. R. Barone and Family
Hilda and Gus Baum
Mrs. Catherine Baumann
Marge and Phil Bautz
Mr. and Mrs. John Beasley
Robert and Joan Beasley
B 81 E Cutters
Mrs. Caroline Bender
Helen M. Bererich '
f ' Bergen Scrap Iron
Bergen Service Station
Bernie and Eddie
Mr. and Mrs. R. Bertrand
Mrs. Theresa Bianco
Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Bickhardt
Mrs. Ida E. Bishop
Mr. and Mrs. William I-I. Bishop
Herman C. Bittmann
Mrs. Frances Bittmann
Mr. Henry Bierke
Blanche, Duke and Carol
Margaret and Louise Blatz
Mr. William Blau
Mr. and Mrs. John Block
Val Block Clothes
Bob and Frank
Bob, Lillian and Carol
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Bode
The Bodmer Family
Kay and Bill Boese
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Boettcher
Mr. and Mrs. P. Bogardo
Mr. and Mrs. H. Boiles
Mrs. J. Bonardi
Mr. and Mrs. Bonin
i Lucille, Emira, Vincent, Maryann
and Tony Borelli
Miss Eleanor Born
Mr. and Mrs. George Born
Ann and Vinny Borselli
f Margaret Brady
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Breidenbach
Mr. and Mrs. Brendlen
Mr. and Mrs. Britsch
Helen L. Brod
Y Mr. and Mrs. William Bruzgis
Vincent K. Bruzgis
Al Buchanan's Sport Shop
George H. Busch
Mr. George Busch
Edw. T. Campbell
julia M. Carey
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Carney
Carol, Mario and Serge '
Caroline and Tommie
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cassidy
Castro Music Studio
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cebulash
Celentano's Stationery Store
Center Food Market
Paul Cemek 6: Son
F. L. Chamberlain
Charlotte and Emil
Chic Dress Store
Chris, Cathy and Baby
Lawrence Michael Christian
Mr. and Mrs. Christiane
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Christiano
Mr. and Mrs. E. Cirelli
Class of '85
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Colenda
Nettie and Chris Columbo
The Columbo Family
Comfort Mattress, VV. N. Y.
Mrs. Helen Cook
Mrs. Marguerite Corbley
R. H. Cordts
Mr. and Mrs. F. Cortese
Crazy Joe's Eye Legs
Benjamin J. Cueto
Mr. and Mrs. T. Cullen
Dale Dance Studios
David, Mary and Ray
Mr. and Mrs. William Davies
Mr. and' Mrs. VVilliam Davis
Maureen, Richard and Robert Dea
Miss Jeanie DeLu'ise
Mr. A. DeLuise
Mr. and Mrs. A. DeLuise
Joseph A. De-Simon
Mrs. A. DeSilnon
Michael DeSimone, Sr.
Ray DeSilnone -
David Daniel Devine
Mrs. M. DiChristoforo
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Diemer
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Mr. and Mrs. Louis Diemer
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Otto Diemer I
Mr. William Diemer ' 0
Mrs. Dixon, Richard and MaryJane 0 oo
Dolores and Gabe O O9
Donald and Elfrieda 0
Helen Donohue -
Carroll H. Doran N
Doris and Richie
Dotty and Don
Mr. and Mrs. R. Doubetta
Mrs. Alfred Doyle
Mr. and Mrs. George Drewes
Otto Drozd S. A
Otto Drozd S.
Otto Drozd S.
Otto Drozd S.
Otto Drozd S. '
William Dueltgen Cutlery
Mrs. Tony Egizi
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eglolf
El and Frankie 0
Ellie, Sheila and Diana "
Helen T. Emerson 0
Mr. and Mrs. J. Emslie og E
Eric's Candy Store
Ernie and Jackie
Mrs. Henry Euler
Vincent Fasula A
Lee Fattizzi Q
Fay and Joe O
Marie Ferraioli og
Mr. Joe Ferrante
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ferraro v
Louis Ferraro A
Mr. and Mrs. William Fetzer, Jr. and Debra
Mr. and Mrs. VVilliam Fetzer, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fetzer C
Marion G. Fetzer
Robert A. Fetzer
Florence and Clayton
Mrs. M. Foley
Former Union Hiller V
Fran and Roger V
Frank and Margaret V
Frank's Hair Cutting Shop
Frankfs Shoe Repair
A!2C Donald R. Franz
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Franz, Ir. 0
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Franz, Sr. 5
Ramon Frausto od
H. C. Fredrick
Mr. C. Fregonese - Q 5
Mr. and Mrs. A. Fregonese Y
Mr. and Mrs. G. Fregonese
Mr. and Mrs. George Friedel
Mrs. Frank Friezo
Mr. and Mrs. H. Gagauf
Mr. and Mrs. A. Gallo and Family ,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Garabo
Rose Gardner .
Garma's New and Used Cars
MaryAnn and Ralph Gazzillo
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George and Diana
Gin and Mickey
Ginger and Eddie
Mrs. WVilliam Glade
Mrs. Anna Glade
The Gladiators S and A
The Globe Restaurant
The Globe Restaurant
Rosa H. Goehrig
A Good Friend
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Goldstein
Mrs. M. Grahner
Mrs. G. E. Grahner
Grace and Billy
Mr. and Mrs. F. Grasso
Grec0's Rock-n-Roll Luncheonette
Two Greeks and An Orphan
Mr. and Mrs. H. Haack
Mr. and Mrs. XVilliam Haack
Mr. and Mrs. Hahedank and Family
Dr. A. Hachadoorian
Mr. and Mrs. John Hagen
Pvt. VVilliam O. Hampel
Mr. and Mrs. Hampel
IIank and Millie
Mr. and Mrs. J. Hargaden and Family
Mr. Pete Harries
Mr. Ben Harris
Harry's Super Market
Mr. and Mrs. T. Hastings and Susan
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Heitzmann, Jr.
Irma and Harriet Helhle
Mr. and Mrs. F. Helble
Mr. William Helgesen
Arlene A. Helm
Mr. and Mrs. C. Helm
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Mrs. R. Helm
Mr. and Mrs. YValter Henkel
Evelyn Marie Hill
Mr. and Mrs. H. Hill
Hilltop Food Store
Mr. and Mrs. George Hinsch
Arthur XV. Holzworth
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Holzworth
2-B, Mr. Certosimo
3-B, Mr. Calabria
3-B, Mr. Calabria
Home-room 10-B, Mr. Markle
Homeroom 6-1, Mr. Greenwald
Homeroom 7-1, Mr. Gliyzor
Homeroom 8-1, Miss Moreau
Homeroom 3-2, Mr. Rosenthal .
Homeroom 4-2, Mrs. Pinsan
Hoxneroom 6-2, Mrs. Rossi
Home-room 9-2, Mr. Eveland
Homeroom A-3, Mrs. Gardinier
Homeroom A-3, Mrs. Gardinicr
Homeroom 3-3. Mr. De-Benedictis
Mr. and Mrs. George Howe
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hrhek
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ilumpeler
Mr. and Mrs. YVilliam A. Husser
Mr. and Mrs. Iovino and Family
Jack N Lou
Norman Herhert Jacobson
Janet Ck Kitty
Jean, Joe and Heather
Mrs. Roslyn Jcck
Jen, Howie, Howard and Elizabeth
Jcrry's M'hiti- M'ay Barber Shop
Joan. Bita, Ilarriet and Norma
Harold Johnsen, Class of 1950
Mr. and Mrs. O. Johnsen and Family
Jay and Al Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson
Mrs. Helen Jones
Josette and Freddie
Josie and Mike
Josie and Biehie
Joy and Jimmy
Judy and Tony
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Kastcn, Sr.
Kathryn's Beauty Salon
Kay and Joe
Kay's Curtain Shop
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kazanehy
Mr. and Mrs. J. Kaxanchy
Mrs. ll. Keeler
Mr. and Mrs. YV. T. Keller
Mr. and Mrs. Jolm YV. Kelly
YVilliam G, Kent
Mrs. Josephine Kerr
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kesar
Mr. and Mrs. C. Kesar
Kcystone Fuel tk Appliance Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Kides
Mrs. P. Kicyitt
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Klima
Mr. B. Kopchains
Mrs. M. Kopchains
Mrs. Marie Kordis
Maddie and Jolm Kraljeyieh
Krampft-rt's Grocery Store
Mr. and Mrs. George Krantz
August C. Krieger
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Krieger, Jl'.
The Krzastek Family
Margie I.. and Bohhy U.
George T. Laccetti
Miss Hose LaCroce and Family
Laiiua and Manuel
La Mae Shops
Laura and Pete
A 2C Elmer Ledvina
Mrs. Frances Lee
Carol and Johnny Leonard
Mr. and Mrs, J. Leonard and Family
Mr. and Mrs. H. l.ihcratore
Mrs. XVilliam Lillis
Linda, Eileen and Caroline
Francis Liptak. Class of '34
Mrs. Ruth Lizcr'
Rose and Mike l.oBue '
Lois and Bill '
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Lomliardi
Mr. and Mrs. Il. T. Loop
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony l.oProto
Lorellc and Jim
John .l. l.ucieh
Lucille and l.oui
Lt. J. G. Bohcrt ll. Luton-
Mr. and Mrs. Lyddou
Mack and Seymour
Mae, Agues and Margaret
Madeline and Kathy
M. A. ll.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Il. Maihack, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Maleta
Mr. and Mrs. J. Malt-ta
Margin-rite and Maryann
Maricaimc and XVarncr
Marie and Bolvhie
Marie and Johnnie
Marilyn and Alice
Judy and Tony Marino
Mrs, I.auretta Marino
Mr. and Mrs. E. Marino
lfrcd Marioue, Sr.
Sl Street Market, N. B.
Artic Martin, Jr.
Mary and Eddie
Mrs. F. Mastropolo
Mattie and Lennie
Maureen, Martha, Susan and Marie
John McCoy, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McVickcr
Mr. John Mead
Mrs. Jolm Mead
Mcadowyiew Service Station
Meadowyiew Sweet Shop
llclena J. Mehr
Otto l". Mehr
llohert L. ,Mehr
Member of Class of '55
Mr. and Mrs. llohcrt Menke
Mr. and Mrs. J. Messina
Mr. and Mrs. A. Mesiti
Jack Meyer and Family
Mickey and Conrad
Mickey and Ninnctte
Mike's Barber Shop
Mika-'s Meat Market
Mildred and Bob
Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller
Mr. and Mrs. XV. Miller
Mrs. Claude Mitchell
Monday Nite Cluli
Grace, Diane, Camille Mougicllo
Mrs. Ruth Morano and Victoria
Mr. and Mrs. N. ll. Morris
Mr. August Moser
Mr. Ernest Moser
Mr. Bohm-rt Moser
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Harry C. Mosier, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mosier
Mr. Harry Mosier, Sr.
Mrs, Florence Mosier
Mr. and Mrs. A. Moskowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Moskowitz
Harry A. Muecke
Charles Muller tk Son, Contractor
Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Murphy
Mr. and Mrs. A. Murro
Mr. and Mrs. S. Murro
Mr. and Mrs. J. Murro
Miss Mary Murro
N. 8: H. Army 6: Navy Stores
Nancy and Eddie
Nick and Dolores
Ninette, Sheila, Rita, Irene, Sandy and Corky
Tom and Edith Nista
North Bergen Vallet
Bobby Novak fBicepsJ
Nunzio Accordion School Br Record Shop
Harry "Eppie" Oakene
Ginny, Helene and Tommy Oddo
Mr. and Mrs. V. Oddo
Private Philip Oddo
Mr. and Mrs. R. O'Dea
Mr. and Mrs. J. O'Donnell
Mrs. Mary Oliveira '
Mr. and Mrs. D. Paladino
Miss Lillian Palombini
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Palombini, Sr.
The Five Pangiones
Mrs. Kate Papelette
Mr. Roger K. Pardee
Parkside Gift it Card Shop
Mr. and Mrs. F. Parma and Eddie
Mr. M. Pascale
Dick "Red" Pasch
Mrs. E. Pasch
Paul 8: Betty's Candy Store
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pearlman
Pearl Metal Products
Henry Peiper, Furrier
Peoples National Bank of Secaucus
Mr. and Mrs. E. Pepe
Perry's Record Shop
Arlene S. Pete
Mrs. L. Pfister
Phyllis, Larry and Larry, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pintak
Mr. and Mrs. Carmine A. Pirone
Mr. and Mrs. E. Plander
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Polise
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Polise
Jinx and WVillie Pommy
Joseph P. Pommy
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Pommy
Anthony Porreca '
John T. Pugsley
Joseph M. Puso
Mr. and Mrs. F. Raimann
Miss Isobel Raine
Miss Ella S. Rank
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rank
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ranzau
Ray and Harlie '
Louis H. Reiser
Rocco Shoe Service
Rocco Shoe Service
Roe and Lorrie
Elizaheth T. Rogler
Mr, and Mrs. Morris Rogovin
L. D. Romano
Ronnie and Jean
Angie and John Roscitt
Rose's Stand, River Road
Louis A. Rossi
William C. Roy
The Flying R's
Russ and Loretta
Ruth, Bill, Lois and Penny
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rzempoluch, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Salch, Sr.
Mr. Frank Sardone
The Sarclone Family
The Schaeffler Family
Adolph XV. Schatfner
Mrs. M. Schlanger
Mr. and Mrs. L. Schlenkler
Mrs. Theresa Schmitt
Kenneth J. Schnahel
Mrs. Anna M. Schubert
Mrs. Anna T. Schubert
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schwartz
Miss Mary Schwartz
Miss Margaret Schwartz
Mrs. Ruth Schwartz
Helene and Tony Sena
Jennie and Mary Sendik
Mr. and Mrs. Sengstacke
Mr. and Mrs. Seyfferth
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shahabb
Mr. and Mrs. H. Y. Shea
Mr. and Mrs. Elmore A. Sheridan
Mr. Michael Sheridan
Siegel's Dress Shop
Sigma Pi Sigma Sorority Psi Chapter
Toni and Eugene Signoretti
Beldeen, Marsha and Gloria Signoretti
Claire and Paul Simeone
Palma and Virginia Simpatico
Martha and Tony Simpatico
Mr. and Mrs. Carmine C. Sippo
Six Corners Bakery
Mr. Ray Slocum
WValter N. Smeltzer
Mary and Richie Smith
Mr. John A. Smith
Mr. George M. Spangler, Jr.
Charles J. Spears
Mrs. Olga Spears
Violet R. Spittle
Mr. and Mrs. WV. Stahl
Mr. and Mrs. Standacrt
Studio One Photographers
Style Rite Hatshop
Susan and Eileen
Mrs. F. Sutton
Mr. and Mrs. A. Sylvester
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Terranova
Tessie and Veto
Texas llot YVc-iners
Fred J. Theemling
Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Theemling
Mr. Bill Thomas
Mr. and Mrs. NVilliam Thompson, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Timms
Tippy and Cinny
Tommy and Arline
Toniis Beauty Parlor
Tony and Judy
Mr. ami Mrs. J. Toronto
Mr. and Mrs. A. Trotta
Union Fur Shoppe
Union Hill Basketball Managers
Helen Van Micrt
Miss Genevieve Vicelich
Mr. and Mrs. A. Vigunas
Mr. and Mrs. Sal Vince
Mr. and Mrs. D. Vituartus
Mr. and Mrs. C. Vogel
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Waeckerling
Mr. and Mrs. H. Waetjen
Mr. and Mrs. VV. Wagner
Mr. XV. Waldie
Mrs. XV. Waldie
Dr. Irving Wallace, Optometrist
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Walsh
Mr. John NVarncke
Mrs. E. Weite
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weite
Mr. and Mrs. John NVeite
Mr. and Mrs. Wermuth
Susan and Alan XVilensky
Mrs. H. E. YVinter
Bob Wisdom .
Mr. WVarren VViskidensl-cy
Arthur J. YVolfson
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Wolfson
Wonder Knit Shop
Woodcliff Radio lnc.
The VVorwetz Family
Mrs. Margaret Young
Mr. and Mrs. James Zaccone
Mrs. Mary Zurburg
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