Uniondale High School - Signature Yearbook (Uniondale, NY)

 - Class of 1960

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A living tiihutc: to your untiring r-llorts in cduca- tion is our school :ind its t1'c'inf-ndous gains and iin- proxf-inf-nts, Your widr' Vllflgt' ol vxpr-i'i1'nc'cs is rc- llr-rii-fl in your many lI'llf,'I't'SlS sincrw coming to Union- ,44,,f44pfQ, UW f,m,fhf.f,ff fffwfm f :f,'vf,ffw .4 , ff- - f , 4, ffm 4.14.11 ffflf' fC I , flu f ,. f f ,f f I, . , f-.441-. v fZw?',iWv?Z:mfQz:'. ,, my 'MQ W "bf, :nw ,, f, . ' ' "I - . U A' . . . A. M... .4 M, 'Wi V 'K 12 Q 3 J! .,.. es Wat k 4 dxllc. Among your li1lX'0l'llCS, wc know, :irc thc United Nations Group and thc Scnioi' Girl Scouts. Thc dedi- cation that you liavc tlisplayccl to connnunity sciwice is 3 li,-sson to us itll in lnunnn undcrstancling. Your lcatclvrsliip in cducntion and activc participa- tion in conununity scrvicc haw cnrichccl our lives. To show our :tppn-cigition, cxprcss our thanks and dc- inonstrzut- our clccp rcspcct, wc humbly dcdicatc thc lfltifl Silgrzalzm' to you, D11 -lohn Forcstcr, our Su- pcrintcndcnt ol Schools. 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PATRICIA EILEEN ALTIERA - Patty - Homeroom Representative 2,35 Aquatic Club 2 - Dental Assistant. ALBERT MICHAEL ALTOMARE - Alby - Football I,2,3,45 Track 35 Baseball I,25 Basketball I5 Varsity Club 2,3,45 Deca Club 3,45 Monitor I,2,35 Spanish Club 3 - College. ROBERT ALUSKIEWICZ - Luke - College. JOSEPHINE ANN ANTONUCCI - Jo - Secretary. ELAINE ARA- TOLI - Science Fair I5 Latin Honor Society 253, French Club 3,45 Jets 35 Honor Society 2,3,45 Bio-Ex Club 2,35 President 35 Lab Squad 35 Leaders' Club I,2,35 F.T.A. 45 Basket- ball 2,35 Volleyball I,2,3,45 Badminton 3g Archery 25 Tennis 2g Baseball I,2 - Medical Technologist. ERNEST JOSEPH ARENA - Ernie - Football 3 - Navy. PEARL KATHLEEN ARGENT - Choral Club I,2,3,4 - Secretary. FRANK ARGILA - Band I,2 - Air Force. JOYCE ROSALIND ARONSON - Joy - Bovvling I, Volleyball 25 Hockey I - College. PHYLLIS SANDRA AUGENZUCKER - F.T.A. 3,45 Spanish Club 2,35 Badminton 253,45 Cheerleading lj Tennis 35 Archery 3,4 - College. JOHN AUSTIN - Johnny - Track I,2,3,45 Art Club 3,45 Graphic Club 3 - Fashion Designing. JACQUELINE ANNE BADER - Jacki - Cheerleading I,2,4, Co-Captain I, Captain 45 Leaders' Club 2,3,4, Secretary 25 Student Council 2,45 Class Olticer 4, Volleyball l,2,3,Ll-j Badminton 3,45 Bovvling 3,45 Basketball I,2,35 Archery 25 Tennis 2 - Secretary. JOYCE A. BAK - Softball 3,45 Swim- ming Team 3,45 - Work. ,,,5 js , . ,,,. ig rt' ' ,pw-fu., ,fi . fi 10 A ,..- X w5 VL 'fx -.." '-:-4, .,,f Q AER. 9.535525 iQftQ5q3xjvf 35 X X x x Q -. V- X-5 'a - f. XA Q xi .K .L -1- 3, . A N..- , X Xb, A 5 . ikis' E - A 121 x Q .xx Rfxp f' Q NS E: X " iv Y W X e X Q X Nix ,X X SQ E S5 X X S SR Wm YW mum., ,- CMV' Ag.. K' J 7? JOSEPHINE A. ANTONUCCI ELAINE ARATOLI ERNEST J. ARENA PEARL K. ARGENT FRANK ARGILA JOYCE R. ARONSON PHYLLIS S. AUGENZUCKER JOHN AUSTIN JACQUELINE A. BADER MR. CROWLEY'S CHAIN GANG JOYCE A. BAK 11 Coffee ond sandwiches in I5 minutes, take 20 everyone, TERRY A. BASHKOFF RAYMOND BAULE WILLIAM R. BAUMANN EMIL BENDERSKY LINDA J. BERKEY ELIZABETH A. BERGMANN CHRISTINA M. BAKER JEAN BAKER ELAINE BALSAMO DAVID BARBER f , f, , nf zgrmzv-4' 1 M ,g:11,,,-fffv I , qfpf-fy 'Z' -,ckfj .L,:"JZ?fdy vfgg . ,'.. f 44 ' .Q I , ,, , , ,1',4 L , ' f4L'f2-Qf'Iff,'ffi,V017.72" ' WJ f f 4 1 4 " M ff jg gygffif ' , , .,,. , ' v .,Az:LQ6fifg?c f 1 A. ' .QNX ,f f' " ' 'f 1253122 I ' ' J s .tif V, I n 1 N ' 1 inCg2lf""' , im'-3 ff- I aw 18415 W, WW 4 . MM , 'KL 7"- I ' 14 gLxJ"'lv" A HP- n- , Dfw 'Wish x M13 N. . .we 'H vw Fi- SQ my ,,.. is Q 'Q K x,.:. .. iq Nvcw Wifi' lpn mf, if Fifi" fl JEAN BAKER - Boke - Senior Dromotics I,2,3,4, Newspoper 3,4, Yeorboolc 3,4, Thes- bion, President 4, Bowling I, Tennis 3 - College. CHRISTINA MABEL BAKER - Chris - Yeorbook 3, Chorol Club l,4 - Secretory. ELAINE BALSAMO - Honor Society l,2, Sponish Club I,2, Leoders' Club 2,3,4, Student Council l,3, Boslcetboll l,2,3,4, Sottboll l,2,3, Hockey 3,4, Tennis I, Archery 2,3,4, Volley Boll l,2,3,4 - Secretory. DAVID BAR- BER - Dave - Dromotics l,2,3,4, Student Council I, Horneroom Representative 2, French Club l,4, Lob Squod 2, Honor Society 2,4 - College. TERRY ANN BASHKOFF - Tabby - Dromotics I, Chorol Club 2,3,4, Boncl Doncers I - College. RAYMOND BAULE - Roy - Footboll I,2 - College. WILLIAM R. BAUMANN - College. EMIL BENDERSKY - Trock I, Swimming I - Mechonic. LINDA JOY BERKEY - Cookie - Deco 3,4, Sottboll 3 - Woves or Wocs. ELIZABETH ANN BERGMANN - Betty - Volleyboll I,2, Bosket- boll 2,3, Bowling 3, Bctseboll I,2 - Secretory. WILLIAM JOSEPH BERNECKI - Bill - Footboll I,2,4, Bosketboll I,2,3,4, Locrosse I - W.R.C.A. Institute. MADELINE JOY BERNSTEIN - Ponytcxil - Future Teochers ot Americci 4, Chorol Club 4, Yeorbook 4 - College. JOYCE LEE BERTRAND - Joy - Business Club 2,3,4, Deco 3,4, President 4, Chorol Club I, Yeorbook 4 - Foshion lylerchondiser. KATHRYN VIRGINIA BETTS - Kathy - Sottboll I,3,4, Volleyboll 3,4, Bosketboll 3,4 - Secretory. MILDRED HELEN BILLOTTI - Mickie - Homeroom Representotive 4, Chorol Club l,2 - Stenogropher. PATRICIA ANNE BISGEN - Weecle I - Sponish Club 2,3, French Club 3, Sottboll I,2, Bosketboll l,2, Theotergoers I,2, Yeorboolc 4, Tennis 2 - Nurse. 13 WILLIAM J. BERNECKI MADELINE J. BERNSTEIN JOYCE L. BERTRAND KATHRYN V. BETTS MILDRED H. BILLOTTI PATRICIA A. BISGEN CLIVE M. BLACK LLOYD BLACK FRANCES A. BLAHA JOHN W. BLAHA JANET BOBROWSKI JUDITH C. BONO AND THEN HE SAID , . if Q0 , X .7 A9 I ff H , ' 4463 my y gf ff Wfi " ff 5 f 1 V. 21. A .J , 77 , Q ' X I XZ yf . 021 I ' Z 'ff '--VA fi .LAA I . , yy of ' 3 . DANIEL F. BORIA JOHN M, BOROWITZ BETTY D. BOTCHELLER 2? www., 'xijf cfaww mfr,-vz: - u fr mm ,W .VL AMR -. .4 ...- . f V621 'ff ' , , 4 V , .,,, , f DAVID B. BOXER J- ,, 14 ' f 1. EW Mpwq' CLIVE M. BLACK - Ace - Deca 3,4 Vice president 4 Homeroom otticer 3,4, - Navy. LLOYD BLACK - Navy. FRANCES ANNETTE BLAHA - Fran - OPHce work. JOHN WILLIAM BLAHA - Johnny M Basketball 3, - Draftsman. JANET BOBROWSKI - Cheerleading IQ - Captain I, Leaders' Club 2, Business Club 2, - l.B.M. school. JUDITH CAMILLE BONO - Pixie - Honor Society 2,3, French Club 3,4 - College. DANIEL F. BORIA - Dan - Baseball 2, German Club I,2,3,4 Lab Sauad 4, Chorus 3,4, Monitor 3, Audio Visual Aid I - College. JOHN M. BOROWITZ - Baseball I, Basketball I, Rifle Club 3 - Navy. BETTY D. BOTCHELLER - Bette - Girls' Swimming Team I,2,3,4, Aquatic Club I,2,3,4 Biology Club 2,3, Nurse Club 3,4 Secretary 2 - Nursing School. DAVID BARRY BOXER - Pancho - Tennis 3,4, Basketball I,2,3,4, Baseball 2,4 Varsity Club 3,4 National Honor Society 4 - College. GAIL PATRICIA BRADY - F.N.A. 3,4, Business Club 3,4 Signature 4 - Nursing School. MARGARET G. BRADY - Margie - Softball I, Graphic Club 3, F.H.A. 3,4 - Secretary 4 Signature 4 Business Club 4 Ot- Hce Stat? I,2,3,4 - Private Secretary. HELEN BROKOS - Beautician, FRANCINE DIANE CALABRETTA - Fran - Business Club 2,3,4 - President 3, Choral Club I,2,3, Band Dancers 4 - Secretary. GAIL F. CAMAS - Choral Club I,2,3,4 Banddancers 3,4 Leaders' Club I,2, - Legal Secretary. LEON JOHN CAMPO - Lee - Track I,2,3,4 In- door Track 2,3,4 Science Club I, Monitor 3,4 Honor Society 2,3,4, Varsity Club 2,3,4 - College. -'r' , -A A 4 " ,..., 2332" ' ' A izEif'ff'?'SIi3 . "'i-' i"r2 f f .W A GAIL P. BRADY Two' WAS rl f, ,gaifxy ' - 1' ' I i MARGARET o. BRADY ffl? " ' HELEN BROKOS f .' it 'i , f wal , an KM 'Z' As Avg' N74 -ff 5,14 9 " 4 4 "7 'Sf 'Z ,ff ,, ffm l 4 00 1 I , if QWQ 1,6 s sf P ,fy I V ,Q y ',445,1fVY" hf' Q a . :ff1,z'r':--'.+'2-: ,-V 'fm2Qf " 1 we f K 1 M 141 we y .1 A M iz i ff ffff 4 f fxfwiff' ' 5 4. Jw QW A 2 ,. 1 , f f A f , f fo, f ,gy A 9 , I ,, ff! fs, , f ft W 2 of i ,i ir 'QW , I I '53 s I 22 1 g i I i .40 15 FRANCINE D. CALABRETTA GAIL F. CAMAS LEON J. CAMPO MARGARET R. CANTONE MICHAELJ CAPUTO JOANNE M CARRANO GRACE C CAsCio GEORGINE P. CASPER PATRICIA M CHAPMAN 'QCP ,fav inns jim MARGARET ROSE CANTONE - Margie - Volley ball I,3g Softball 2,35 Basketball I,2g F.T.A. 2,3,4, Spanish Club 2,35 Theater Goers I,2g Bio, Ex. Club 2 - College. MICHAEL JOSEPH CAPUTO - Mike - French Club 35 Homeroom Officer 3 - College. JOANNE MARIE CARRANO - Mickey - Spanish Honor Society l,2, Softball l,2, Volleyball I,2,3g Basketball I,2, Hockey I,2g Badminton 3, Bowling 2,3,4g Leaders' Club I,2,3g Spanish Club I,2, Theater Goers Club I,25 Honor Society I,2,3,4 - Secretary. GRACE CONNIE CASCIO - Gracie - Business Club 3,45 Signature 4 - Business School. GEORGINE PATRICIA CASPER - Band Dancer I - Business School. PATRICIA MARY CHAPMAN - Tennis I, Chorus I,2,3 - Marriage. WILLIAM MICHAEL CHEPIL - Skip - Wrestling I,2, 3,45 LaCrosse 2,3,4g Football 2, Gymnastics Club 3,4g Varsity Club 2,3,4 - College. MARELEN ANNE CHRISTENSEN - Punk - Bowling Club 45 Monitor 4 - Secretarial work. ANNE MARIE CHRISTIANO - Volleyball I, Hockey 2, Spanish Club 2, Aquatic Club I - Nurse. MARYANN CICERO - Deca Club 3,45 Business Club 4, Choral Club I, Yearbook staff 4. ROBERT JAMES CLAYTON - Bob - Rifle Club 2 - College. FRED COMPARATO - Comp - Baseball I, Swimming Team 3 - Navy. KAREN MAE COOK - Choral Club 2g Fashion Designer. FAYE THERESA CORNICELLI -- Termite - Volleyball 2, Tennis I, Bowling 3 - Ottlce Work. ROSA ELOISE CORRIVEAU - Ro - Secretary. JOSEPH CARMINE D'ALLESSANDRO - Joey Dell - Football Ig Swimming Team I,2, Band I,2, Rifle I - College. 16 ,,,l -ww ff M WILLIAM M. CHEPIL MARELEN A CHRISTENSEN ANNE M. CHRISTIANO MARYANN CICERO YUM, YUM, WHAT'S FOR LUNCH TODAY? Aw" ROBERT J. CLAYTON FRED COMPARATO KAREN M. COOK -52:7 l - 3? , X,2?:fc: - " H-N , . - lf, J " ' 1' f f 2.1 ' QQ Q,-A . ga -ki -my Vg l L 1 4' ' "3" - T Q V wi ,t ,' ' Y ' ' ' 'EI9:'E1,. ,. ' 1- V555 1 1.226 , 7 R,, ,T vm 7 f- ' 1 " il f,w,'zzzf1f,J44 ,Q, . -Hrffsifff - 'AW' ' f ,M 7.4 .,f- - , . ,QQ-Vg mei 'ff' ,,-.Ompi ff Q-W 9 ,.f4,w.f: pg? 14 L , , f 747' 452125 " '45 5 ,K 73' f 4 MQ? , ,Q x ' -f 3.4, . ' Wy, , my 441. FAYE T. CORNICELLI ROSA E. CORRIVEAU JOSEPH C. D'ALLE5SANDRO JOSEPH D. DELEO ROSEMARIE DELUCA JOSEPH L. DEROSA THERESA MARIE DANELLA - Terry - Choral Club I,2,3,45 A cappella Choir 3 - Fash- ion model. CAROL JOYCE DANIELS - Red - Choral Club 3,45 Business Club 45 Year- book Stalt 45 A cappella Choir 3 - Business School. ROBERT E. DARCY - Natural Science Club Secretary lg Weather Stations I,25 President Chess Club 3,45 Spanish Club I,2,3,45 President 45 lvlath. Club 25 Senior Class Bulletin 45 Editor-in-Chiet5 Monitor 4 - College. JOSEPH DONALD DELEO - Donnie - Biology Club 25 Ritle Club 2g Senior Dramatics 3,45 - Service Air Force. ROSEMARIE DELUCA - Rose - Basketball lg Bowl- ing I,45 Volleyball lj Sottball lg Cheerleading lg Captain lg - Business School. JOSEPH LOUIS DEROSA -Joe - College. BILL EDWARD DETTE - Garcia - Chemistry Club l,35 Lab. Squad 2,35 Spanish Club 3,45 - College - Commercial Air Lines Pilot. JOAN R. DEUTSCH - Joanie - Volleyball I,2,3,45 Badminton 2,3,45 Archery 2,3,45 Basketball Ig Sottball 1,25 Leaders' Club 2,3,45 Newspaper Stott 3,45 Yearbook Statl 3,45 F.T.A. 3,42 I-lonor Society lj Theater Goers 45 - College. EDWARD JOHN DEVEREAUX - Eddie - All Scholastic Lacrosse 2,35 S,S.A.l.. Champ Wrestling lg Lacrosse I,2,3,45 Football Ig Wrestling l,2,3,45 Cross Country 2,35 Gymnastic Club 35 Boys' Leader Club 2,3,45 I-I. R. representative 2,3,45 Varsity Club l,2,3,45 Secretary 4 - College. WILLIAM THOMAS DEVLIN - Bill - Library Club, Vice Pres. 2 yrs. I,2 - Motion Picture Supervisor, ROB- ERT ARTHUR DICK - Bob - Basketball l - College and Air Force. LOIS ALBERTA DIEFFENBACH - Mouse - Choral Club 4g Dramatics 4 - Secretary. ANGELA DONISI - Choral Club l,2,3,Ll-j Business Club 3,45 Newspaper l,2,3,45 Editor 35 Assistant Editor 25 Managing Editor lg Advisory Editor 4. PEGGY MAY DOPFEL - Peg - Business Club 3,45 I-l.R. President 4 - Secretary. FRANCINE GRACE D WELL - Fran - Secretary, ALICE HELEN DRAPE - AI - Volleyball 45 Bowling Club 4 - Secretarial work. --f "T V .DtlxJi, CQ? GC P-vac: Jyyidlfllllblb -71x42 , " ' f I ff!! , 5. 9 f , Tad , ,f'fZ.134?,f-5-1 1- .- , ly ' 2 2 A ..,.. ..,, .4 Z, ,..., f , .. 15.4. 4.1 f xg, ,f . ., fl, ,Q , , 2 Q. . -C., .W "-- THERESA M. DANELLA 'Wt CAROL J. DANIELS W Q, , W' is ROBERT E. DARCY 4 - ' ,.., , ..,, , I ..,. fl' I I Il I i ' 5 -,.1 " D 5 li, . mf 'rf-ri tl it ' I l gg. 45 K K. . . Htl I ii ZW. ltr! I H f il , . 3 T LZ - i' 2' ,A I . T. 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DEVLIN EDWARD J. DEVEREAUX JOAN R. DEUTSCH BILL E. DETTE ROBERT A. DICK ANGELA DONISI STONE MASON? NOT REALLY. ' '-+--Q... II HE' I VOTE New me '1 1 R ? I I' Q 'fl' ,, If .4- A PENNY FOR YOUR VOTE. JOHN J. DUIGNAN VIRGINIA R. DZIENIUS WILLIAM A. ECK BARBARA E. EDINGER VERNE S. EDWARDS ERNEST P. EKBACK JUDITH G. ERICKSON 0 QV TERENCE FARRELLY LINDA F. FELDMAN CHARLES A. FELTEN CMM' 20 MM QW. nw with .ig WM , ' wr . ,-fg9WfM,,! Y Ai ff 9 3 M f ff , f L fs. 1 as , I , , iifgiggfffv f 4 it 4. A i", QQKN A was X S? ws li. ,,, sf .Emi X ,. fi . it 'ss iz 1, 3 . ' gy 'dw i . .M DONALD J. FISCHETTO 1,995 jfs Hs, g f JEANNE E. risi-IER ! ' gl sgmz P JOYCE A. FLAHERTY A F ' ,IP 1' Qld! if JOHN JOSEPH DUIGNAN - Johnny - Varsity Wrestling 3,4, Baseball I,2, Football I, H.R. Rep. 2,3,4, Varsity Club 3,4 - Physical Education College. VIRGINIA RITA DZIENIUS - Ginny - Deca Club 3,4, Choral Club 3, Business Club I4 - Retailing Field. WILLIAM AUGUST ECK - Bill T Body and Fender Man. BARBARA ELEANOR EDINGER - Span- ish Club l,2,3, F.T.A. l,Q,3,4, Bio Exchange Club 3, Secretary 3, National Honor Society 2,3,4, Badminton Club 3 4 College. VERNE SARAH EDWARDS - Newspaper Award l,2,3, Chorus 3,lSports Award I,2, Basketball l,2,3, Volleyball I,2,3, Hockey l,2, Bad- minton 2, Tennis I,2, Girls' Swimming Team 3, Newspaper Exchange Editor I,2, Asso- ciate Editor Newspaper 3, Editor-in-Chiet 4, Chorus 3,4, A cappella Choir 3,4, Junior Class Council 3, Aqua Club I,2,3 - College - Accounting and Business Administration, ERNEST P. EKBACK - Ernie - Varsity Club 4, Varsity Baseball 2,3, Dramatics 3, Biology Club 2 - College - Mechanical Design. JUDITH GEORGETT ERICKSON - Judy - Soft- ball 3, Future Homemakers ot America 2 - College - Business. TERENCE FARRELLY - Terry - Salesman. LINDA FAITH FELDMAN - Year Book Staff 4, Future Nurses of America 4, Girls' Sports Night 3,4, Choral Club I, Cheer-Leading I, Spanish Club 3 - College - Nurse. CHARLES ANTHONY FELTEN - Navy. ELAINE MARGARET FINDLEY - Tennis I, Twirling l,2,3, Future Homemakers ot America 4 - Art School - Interior Dec- orating. TERRANCE MICHAEL FIORE - Terry - Science Fair Award 3, Track 2,4, Wres- tling 3,4, Homeroom Oltlcer 2,3,4, Student Council 3f, Yearbook Stalzl 4, Monitor 4, - College. LORRAINE FISCHER - Comptometer Operator. DONALD JAMES FISCHETTO - Don - Football 2,3,4, Swimming, Student Council 3, Aquatic Club 2,3 - Policeman. JEANNE ELAINE FISHER - Jeannie - Spanish Club 2, Choral Club 3,4, A cappella Choir 4 - College. JOYCE ANNE FLAHERTY - Business Club 2, Choral Club 4, Theater- goers 4 - College. 21 , " ' ELAINE M. FINDLEY TERRANCE M FLORE LORRAINE FISCHER gf, . , , A. Y--R ' ,, , 4 ,T 4,92 jff X, if , f'f,4. V mv ffwag Kvyhf 1. CAROL FLESCH FREDERICK H. FLOR 01,0 W 5 .. ff f f Q . 'A1 , A 'ill 225 ' 1 HAT S fy s L" f- vv IF 1 PU H THE WRONG . V,4,1,.1R4 A..AVAA- Higil BUTTON? - ,W ,E,, A VAA' ,.4. . tv 1'.:- KATHLEEN M. FLYNN , A . MARY A. FORD ' A VV':A' AV'.. AAA"V "" 1 ' R JOHN E. FOSTER RONALD D. FRATES ..., , RAYMOND T. FRENCH z " 3 . f JOANNE C. GALLEY HARVEY J. GARELICK CAROLYN A. GASPER 22 S. CAROL FLESCH - Softball 3, Business Club I - Secretarial Work. FREDERICK HANS FLOR - Fred - 2nd Chemistry Award LJ. H. S. Science Fair, Track I,2,3,4, Cross Country Q,3,4, Indoor Track Club Q,3,4, German Club I, Varsity Club 3,4, Honor Society 2,4, Homeroom Olticer 3,4 A Collogo and Naval Career. KATHLEEN MARY FLYNN - Kathy - Choral l,Q - Business School lSecretaryl. MARY ANNE FORD - Hare - 2nd Prize LJ. H. S. Science Fair I,3, Hockey l,2, Volleyball I,2,3,4, Basketball I,2,4, Sottball I,2,4, Aquatic Club '2,3,4, French Club I,2,3,4, Leaders' Club I,2 - College, Cartography. JOHN EDWARD FOSTER - Swimming Team l,2,3, Aquatic Club I,2,3,4 - College. RONALD DAVID FRATES - Ron 4 Dance Bond 3,4, Marching Band 3,4 - College. RAYMOND THOMAS FRENCH - Frenchie - Swimming Team 2,4, Varsity Club 3,4 - Navy. JOANNE CECELIA GALLEY - Jo - Volley Ball I, Soft Boll I,2, Choral Club I,2,3,4, Business Club I, Deca Club I - Commercial Art School. HARVEY J. GARELICK - Football l,2,3,4, Track 3,4, Wrestling 2,3,4, Baseball I - College, CARO- LYN A. GASPER - Homemaking Award I, Tennis I, Bowling 3,4, French Club 3, Busi- ness Club 3, H. R. Rep. 2,4. VICTOR JOSEPH GENCHI - Vic - Golf 2,3,4, Varsity Club Q,3,4, Dance Band 2,3,4, Marching and Concert Band 2,3,4, H. R. Rep. 4 - College. CAROLYN JACQUELINE GIACALONE - Business Club 3,4, Dramatics 2, H. R. Rep. Q - Business School. MARIPAT M. GILLEN - Business Club I,2,3,4, Junior President 3, Choral 3, Aquatic Club I,2, H. R. Rep. I - Airline School. PHILIP GIUSTINO - Phil - Track 2, Football 3,4 - College, DAVID LEWIS GOLDBERG - Dave - Band I,2,3, Chorus 3,4, College. EDWARD FRANK GOLJAN - Ed - South Nassau Science Congress 3, Wrestling 3, Tennis I,2,3,4, Lacrosse I,2, Basketball I, Golf 2,3, Varsity Club 2,3,4, Natural Science 3, Honor Society 3,4, Gymnastics Club 3,4, Chess Club I, Latin Honor Society l,2,3 - College. 23 VICTOR J. GENCHI CAROLYN J. GIACALONE MARIPAT M. GILLEN PHILIP GIUSTINO DAVID L. GOLDBERG EDWARD F. GOLJAN NEAL GOLDSTIEN GALE GRAEEAGNING 4 GARY GRANAI A gg, y fA" f KAREN GRAY 3 5 , 'A JEANNE M. GRILLO Q , EDWARD v. GRUNERT A :tr f i 2 fi sph, :ziggy f . f if NEAL GOLDSTIEN - Co-winner of U. N. Essay Contest - Rifle Club 2, Spanish Club 2,3,4, Honor Society 2,3,4, Chess Club 3,4g Senior Class Bulletin 4 - Track 2 - Higher Education. GALE GRAFFAGNINO - Gay - Choreography. GARY GRANAI - German Club 2,3,4, President 4, Aquatic Club l,2g Jr. Math Club 35 Signature 4, Honor Society 4 - Baker. KAREN GRAY - "Ka" - Bowling Club 4, Deca 4 - Business College. JEANNE MARIE GRILLO - Dramatics - Secretary. EDWARD VINCENT GRUNERT - Eddie -Football l,2, Baseball l,2 - Auto Mechanic. JERRY GRUNINGER - Basketball I, La Crosse I - Electronic Technician. HENRY HALLING - Air Force. THOMAS BRUCE HAMILTON - Tom - All Scholastic Lacrosse 3, Football l,2,3,4g Lacrosse I,2,3,4, Basket- ball l,2, Football Captain 4, Varsity Club 2,3,4, President 4g Homeroom Representative 4 - College. KAREN ANN HANSEN - Softball l,2,4, Basketball l,2,4, Softball Honor Team 2, Choral Club l,2g Library lg Deca 4, Black 81 Gold 4 - IBM School. DOUGLAS ARTHUR HARRINGTON - Doug - Basketball lg Baseball l,2,3,4, Class Officer 3,4 - College. HOWARD LEWIS HAVEMEYER - Howie - Basketball lp Football l,3g Baseball lg Swimming 2,3,4, Swimming Co. Capt 4g Aquatic Club 2,3,4g Varsity Club 2,3,4, Home- room Representative l,3,4 - College, HENRY L. HAYEN - Wrestling l,2g Track lj Rifle Club 2, High School Band lg Science Lab Squad I - College. MARGARET THERESA HELLRIEGEL - Margie - Dramatics 4g Homeroom Representative 3g Deca 4 - College. LIONEL HENRY - Art Club 3,4 - College. CHARLES GEORGE HENDRY - Charlie -, Lab Squad, Bowling 2,3,4, Varsity Club 3,4, Senior Dramatics 2,3,4 - Electronics. 24 4 kr 3 L L W? .f My 'W bf JERRY GRUNINGER HENRY HALLING 'TAI e fe' TOCU HURRY UP, NUWQ THOMAS B. HAMILTON . K v..,A , xV,. , .,.,. A,'.. ww' iE.pgQ'.i4:E-fgfblisfg? Xyxsgscb. ,K 52 , Qi -X:1:Q5l 2 -. xziflt -. ,rf gg-:- ' ...rib :sew .V nfl ' 2. 4:-4' if 12 77 A, 7. ,m,,.:,. KAREN A. HANSEN - -am.:-wfsf 14"-' ,,.... . .. .. , ., , f 1 1 6 ff! xg 9 f ffv ff 4 , f ,I ,f 1 I X 4 J, 4 Q '56 V22 4 1 Q 01. 1 Y V 6 f ' ,XZ ...gf A Qi. X 1 5? L Q xx DOUGLAS A. HARRINGTON HOWARD L. HAVEMEYER HENRY L. HAYEN MARGARET T. HELLRIEGEL LIONEL HENRY CHARLES G. HENDRY LINDA J. HOFKNECHT ROBERTA L. HOOVER LINDA E. HUNT SHIRLEY J. HYDE IRENE J. ISLER LINDA JANE HOFKNECHT - Lyn - Business Secretary. ROBERTA LOUISE HOOVER - Commercial Artist. LINDA ELISE HUNT -Lynn - Choral Club l,2,3,4, Spanish Club 2,3, A cappella Choir 3 - Junior College llxfledical Technicianl. SHIRLEY J. HYDE - Sherrie - Choral Club 9,lO, F.H.A. I2, Sports Night IO, Volleyball IQ, Basketball lO,l2, Base- ball 9,lO,I2 - Nursing Career. ROBERT L. ILCH - Bob - J.V. Football 2, Rifle 4, Pho- tography Club 4 - Carpenter. IRENE JOYCE ISLER - "I" - Bowling 4, Volleyball 4, Deca Club 4, Bookkeeper tor f'Signature" - Secretary. JAMES J. IULO -Jimmy - VVork. ROBERT L. JACOBS - Bob - American Legion Boys' State, French Honor Society, Cross country 2,3,4, Co-captain 3, Captain 4, Track l,2,3,4, Indoor Track Club 2,3,4, Boys' Cheerleading, French Club I, Varsity Club Q,3,4, Band l,2,3,4, Danceband l,2,3,4, Or- chestra 2, Honor Society l,2,3,4, French National Honor Society - ABOVE - College. WILLIAM KEEN JOHNKE - Bill - Ritle Team 2,3,4, Wrestling Team I, Varsity Club 3,4 - College - Architecture. DONNA G. JOHNSON - Baseball 3, German Club 3,4, Math Club 3, Chorus 4, Yearbook Statcf 4, Honor Society 3 - Housewife. MARGARET IRENE JOHNSON - Peggy - Spanish Club I,2, Biology Club 2,3 - College. KATHY LOIS JORDAN - Volleyball I, French Club 2,3, Future Nurses' Club 4 - Nursing School. VINCENT ROBERT JORDAN - Vinny - J.V. Lacrosse 2, J.V. Football 3, Varsity Lacrosse 2,3,4, Choral Club - College. FRED WILLIAM JOYCE - Track 3,4, Ritle Club 2. OMEGA ABIGAIL JUSINO - Debbie - Basketball 3,4, Secretary. CHARLES J. KAARS - Charlie - La crosse 3,4, Yearbook Statt 4, Class Vice President 4, H.R. Rep. 4, Boys' Cheerlead- ing Squad 4 - Teachers' College. 'M-.wr Cx ROBERT L. ILCH 4-M .X gg, 26 P 4 5 QW N wi V- . ' SE Q .E I D . 5 K I. f I . f If I QQ wg ff . fm L, - I af , , I, I .,,,,fll jf'fj 'y. ,I MG ,,, ...?1 NICHOLAS KATsouN1s . 2 .hgh I , 4 . Li, :l,g..,V I, 1' J ' I THOMAS M, KECK A I , 'IM 4 I y 4 A, xg ,, I' ,..,, fa A , .L ,x nygguw., ., yllllz I , , . if - .,.4L . '7' I A-A' , .X f .. .,V , A1 "fx V A,,, j 'f J 'N f ' .25 A.A, . ,..,. . I ' .ff 'Q V' 'M' N Ln.. - 1,,, .. V I Z- -. f f V ,V 5 fl- - 2 . S fuel SNIFF, SNIFF, WOOD BURNING? WAYNE G. KENT MADELINE M. KESSLER INDA KISSA CAROL S. KLERSY JUNE V. KLING PATRICIA A. KLUSE JUDY L. KEITH WILLIAM L. KENNY wry? . 1 . v--Q' .-:ff ' 1- mi- wil: 1- I I bf f. ..,. , 'vi' I 5III3IEII E I -.jjlv g3ifaII.s231s: 133, V "" V ' 2i3i1:iI:::Sf3II .,,, ' ,gy "vm 'I I - 523 III? 1-fr ' W 12:12. if f M g "f,f, 1-W . X . .. A W . ., I WW , ff . 5 .. ' 'l- .M LI. . 7, 1 ,W www WINA WNW' , x f ye w 'JTLLIZQ4 f M fm , A w e sf sta T ., ,Y W ffff f 1 " 5 , . NICHOLAS KATSOUNIS -- The Greek - Football 2,3,45 Varsity Club 45 Homeroom Of- ficer 4 - College. THOMAS M. KECK - Tommy - Swimming Team 2,3,45 Aquatic Club 2,3,45 Varsity Club 2,3,45 Student Council Representative 45 Football 45 Cheerleading 4 - College. JUDY LEE KEITH - Jud - Transferred from Arlington Heights, lll., as senior - Business School. WILLIAM LAWRENCE KENNY - Larry - Swimming Team 25 French Club 3,45 Camera Club I5 Rifle Club I - College. WAYNE GEORGE KENT - Band I,2,3,45 Orchestra I,2,3,4 - Music School - Jazz. MADELEINE MARIE KESSLER - Maddy - Softball I5 Volleyball 25 Choral Club 2,3,45 Orchestra I,2,3,45 F.T.A. 3,45 Vice President 45 Spanish Club 35 Vice President 35 Theater Goers I,25 Yearbook 3,45 Business Editor 45 Honor Society I,2,3,45 Band I,2 - Teacher. INDA KISSA - Band Dancer 2,3,4, Co-Capt. 45 French Club 25 Dramatics 3,45 Homeroom Representative 3,45 Staff of Black 81 Gold 45 Fashion Show 3 - College. CAROL SUE KLERSY - Dramatics 45 Band Dancer I,25 Theater Goers 4 - Business School. JUNE V. KLING - Field Hockey I, Basketball 3,45 Baseball 35 Girls' Rifie Team 35 Spanish Club I,2,3,45 Theater Goers' Club 45 Year- book - Art Editor 3,4 - Fashion Designer or Artist. PATRICIA ANN KLUSE - Pat - Science Fair - Second Place '57 Representative for Empire Girls' State - '59, Baseball5 Tennis5 Volleyball I,25 Orchestra 2,3,45 Chorus I,3,45 Cheerleading I,2,3,4, Co-Capt 35 Class President 2,3,4, Honor Society I,2,35 Student Council 2,35 Monitor Squad 3,4 - Medical Secretary. LYNNE ALICE KOLANO - Basketball 2,35 Hockey 35 Volleyball I5 Baseball I5 Swimming Team 25 Tennis I5 Aquatic Club I,2. BARBARA JEAN KONRAD - F.H.A. 3,45 President 4 - Fashion Designer. VIRGINIA KOOP - Jeanie - Transfer Student I - Swimming 2,3,45 Bowling Club 45 Tennis 45 Aquatic Club 2,3,45 Monitor 35 Chorus 45 Homeroom President 4 - College. DAVID S. KOPELMAN - Basketball I5 Wrestling 25 Homeroom Representative 2,3,4 - College. LOIS KORNRUMPF - Lo - Leaders' Club 2,3,45 Vice President 3, President 45 Orchestra 25 Volleyball I,2,3,45 Bas- ketball I,2,3,45 Hockey I,2,3,45 Softball I,2,3,45 Tennis I5 Badminton 25 Bowling 2,3,4 - College. BARBARA DIANE KOPROWSKI - Secretary. 29 . -,.-- LYNNE A. KOLANO BARBARA J. KQNRAD VIRGINIAKOOP DAVID S. KOPELMAN LOIS KORNRUMPF BARBARA D. KOPROWSKI LINDA E. KOST RICHARD E. KOZLOWSKY ROBERT J. KRAUS ,-.mx J'f'9"4 wr, fgmb- 4 I .A I 'Wild' I f .0 Q Y., M' .f 'a JOHN A. KRIZ CAROLYN KRUPINSKI MILDRED A. KUHL ff' Q95 'Q""" AND IF You Dom ELECT ME. I WELL...YuJ LL G1lTEV'41fi7f! -T fywvd Vo J Aww I v . , CAROLE A. LAMBERT JAMES V. LAMBERT VINCENT J. LANDERS VICTORIA C. LANGE 30 .fl wg 2 Aw ,V Q 4' LINDA ELIZABETH KOST - Linner - Secretary. RICHARD EDWARD KOZLOWSKY - Richie - Baseball l,2,4, Basketball I,2,3,4, Football l,2,3,4, Homeroom OFHcer I,2,3, Student Council 3 - College. ROBERT JOHN KRAUS - Bob - Wrestling I, Cross- Country 2, Monitor 2 - College. JOHN ALAN KRIZ - German Club l, Homeroom Of- ticer I,3 - College - Chemical Engineer. CAROLYN KRUPINSKI - Carol - Softball I,2,3,4, Basketball l,2,3,4, Volleyball I,2,3,4, Bowling 3,4, Field Hockey l,2,3,4, Swim- ming 3,4, Aqua Club 3,4, Leaders' Club 2,3,4, Honor Society 2,3, Homeroom Represen- tative 3,4, - College - Math and Science. MILDRED ANNA KUHL - Homeroom Oltlcer I, Library 2,3,4 - College - Librarian. CAROLE ANN LAMBERT - Lambie - French Club l,2,3, Pres. 4, Honor Society I,2,3,4, Yearbook 4, Chorus - Nursing School. JAMES VICTOR LAMBERT - Vic - Tennis 3,4, Track I,2,4, Band I,2,3,4, Orchestra I,2,3,4, Dance Band l,2,3,4, Signature 4, Varsity Club 3,4 - College - Fredonia. VINCENT JAMES LANDERS - Vinny - Dramatics Club 2,3,4 - College. VICTORIA CONSTANCE LANGE - Vicki - Choral Club I - Business College. MARY LOU LANZA - Lasagna - Bowling 4, Yearbook 4, Business Club 4 - Business School. MARYANNE VIRGINIA LASH - Secretarial School. ALFRED JENNINGS LATWAITIS, JR. - Al - Football 3, Track 2, Cheerleading 4 - College. MARIE ELAINE LAURICE - Basketball I, Softball I, Bowl- ing 3,-Black and Gold 3, Homeroom OFBcer 3, Choral Club 3 - Business School. JAMES BRUNK LEATHERMAN - Jim - Math Medal, Science Fair, Jets Club I,2,3, Advanced Math Club 2,3, Chess Club 3, Honor Society I,2,3,4 - College - Nuclear Physicist or lvlathematician. JOHN ARTHUR LEWIS - Lacrosse I,2,3,4, Basketball 3, Cross Country 3, Varsity Club, Homeroom Olticer 3, Signature 4 College. I .J-I lv- -.fig U X FJ I' 1 fi F U1 its I if Ili AUT' 711, Vi A' wry., li ffl'-X1 - Lim, . D ,. I 1,5 ,:, 1 ' . asvwsu y gl? mud ' W 2' ' -" 'I ...., . Ill? - SI. 5 i , 2 4:.:- ,. I 1,-. .. - ' 1a311,111.:f:.:Q-,',I,1I:.:,g.'.:, I I llt. JOHN A. Lewis jf , 94 3 5144 ' . gtg 3, 1, fri, 'QM' -5 I II,I: MIL I ' . f 1' ne w 'Ma-,f..m - Lli fTfW4'fw?l'4' 6 ' I ff 'wiM',,,' fm -fy ' its ' ff I . t i " ' - L, " . 9 'M - QL, 31 MARY L. LANZA MARYANNE V LASH ALFRED J. LATWAITIS Izgt ge I . -' J, .... . ,,,.I I MARIE E. LAURICE L DAVID LICHTENBERG MARIE A LoRUSSO GENEJ LOWE ,npp9Kdd14"' .. . , , iii . ,Ab, , FRANKJ LOTITO H STEPHEN MCCLYMONT , .V , ,,,, .V '24 Q. nwiwz.. 551' i f, ry, L ttf - 1. I it 1 4' L. DAVID LICHTENBERG - Dave - Latin Honor Society l,2,3, American Legion School Award 3, Natural Science Club I, Jr. Math Club 2, Math Team 3,4, Signature, Editor-in- Chief 4, Homeroom Olticer 4, German Club 3,4, Student Council Monitor 3,4, Nat. Honor Society l,2,3,4 - College. MARIE ANN LO RUSSO - College. GENE JOSEPH LOWE - Gene - Wrestling 3,4, Baseball 3,4, French Club 4 - College. FRANK JOHN LOTITO - Italian Club 4, Band, Orchestra, Dance Band l,2,3,4, Woodwind Ensembles 2,3 - College. JOHN PAUL LYNCH - Johnny - Football l,2,3,4, Wrestling 2,3, Track l,2,3,4, Varsity Club l,2,3,4 - College. STEPHEN MCCLYMONT - Mac - Football I,2,3, Basketball I,2,3, Honor Society I,2,3,4, Junior Class Vice President, Junior H.R. Vice President, President Student Council 4 - College. RICHARD McNALLY - Richie - Foot- ball I, Wrestling I - Navy. JAMES MCROBERTS - Scottie - First Prize Science Fair I - College. FREDERICK HOWARD McSHEA - Fred - College. JOSEPH ANTHONY MAD- DALENA - Howie - Laboratory Squad 2,3,4, French Club 3, Senior Dramatics 4 - College. CATHERINE MARCONE - Cathy - Swimming Team 2,3,4, Field Hockey 2,3, Volleyball I,2,3, Basketball l,2,3, Softball l,2, Aquatic Club I,2,3,4, Leaders' Club 2,3, Girls' Sports Night 2,3,4, Homeroom Representative I,2,3,4, Homeroom President I, Vice-President 3, Treasurer 4 - College. SAL MARINELLO - Football I,2, Baseball I,4, H.R. President l,2, H.R. Treasurer 3, H.R. Vice-President 4, H.R. Representative I,2,3,4 - College. MARILYN ELAINE MARX - Weede II - Hockey I, Spanish Club 2 - Col- lege. MARILYN FRANCES MASTRONARDI - Biology Club 2, Aquatic Club 2, Band and Orchestra I,2 - College. GEORGE A. MATUZA - Basketball 2,4 - College. LINDA JANE MAUREN - Choral Club I,2,3,4, Spanish Club 2,3,4, Theater Goers 4, F.T.A. 3,4, Volleyball I - College. 32 551. in-v-. x X RICHARD MCNALLY JAMES McROBERTS FREDERICK H. McSHEA JOSEPH A. MADDALENA 33 9 no You ALWAYS READ TIJIAT KIND OF BOOK?'E 5 0 Ullf? CATHERINE MARCONE SAL MARINELLO MARILYN E. MARX MARILYN F. MASTRONARDI GEORGE A. MATUZA LINDA J. MAUREN f fffyj.,ffQf ' jf , ,,,ff1i'ffyW'f2" 7., 1 X STANLEY MAzuR irRiA D. MAzzoNE PHYLLis A, MELSZER JOLAN M.MESKO , f li.. 1 f DOUGLAS v. MEYER rf Q STANLEY MAZUR - Work. ITRIA DIANE MAZZONE - Di - Librory Club 2,3,4 - Busi- ness College. PHYLLIS ANN MELSZER - Phyl - Senior Homeroom Olticer, Business Club 4. JOLAN M. MESKO - Jo - Bowling, Sponislri Club 4, Tbeoter Ooers Club 4, Honor Society 2, VINCENT MESSINA - Vinny - Army. DOUGLAS VINCENT MEYER - Doug - RitIe Club 2,4 - Service. CARLO ANTHONY MICOLO - Service. MICHAEL MIGLINO - Mike - lvlocltinist. CLAIRE EDITH MILLER - Aguotic Club I,2,3,4, Frencn Club, Tvvirl- ing I,2,3,4, Heod Moiorette 3,4, Future Hornemokers ot Americo 2,3,4, Future Teoclwers 2,4, Signoture 4, Dromotics 3,4 - Teoclwer. FREDERICK CARL MILLER - Fred - Trock I: Cborgl 2 - Engineering Scltool. ROBERT CHARLES MILLER - Bob - Trock I, Tennis I, Librory Club I,2,3 - Electricion. RONALD JOSEPH MILLER - Ronnie - Footboll I,2,3,4, Bciseboll I,2,3,4, Vorsity Club 3,4 - Service. OVANA MILTON - Cookie - Clworol Club 4, F.T.A. 4 - Teciclter. MARCELLA MARY MIRANDE - Morcie - Sponisb Club 3,4 - Model or Secretory. JOYCE PATRICIA MITCHELL - Bosketboll I,3,4, Sottboll I, Volleyboll I,4, Tennis I, Aguotic Club I, H.R. Representotive 2,3 - Secretory. JOSEPH C. MOLLO - Joe - Footboll I,2, Wrestling 2, Boseboll I, Senior Cliorus 2,3 - lvlorines or Novy. ' f f , Vi f., J Sl V7 I 1. 7 f L L LJ jf 4 V 1 , L, J .I " , , 'Lf 1 , ,I Y I V . . ' , .PQ ilgwl ,.,, Ilylllflx Qu If ' 2 ' ' 5 w 9- My fe , ,mf J 4,2 ,X ' 4 is 45? I I I VINCENT MESSINA 1 ' "' ' 5 , ,, , 7 .,f , ?,2i'5L'fif-.i.g,,ff 0, Mzgkft wwf, 42561, Q 34 w.,,,mh an W' ,f N. "s.if1"' I X K X Q N.: XNNUNX 'N X N X QW X XX X X xx Xi x v - X XX XX X X -X, VX S QSSXQ X XX X , X X .X XX X X X X X X ,X X X X X ' M -T fnxf C1-'IJ ROSEMARY L. MULVEY ANNETTE C. MUSSO MARIE T. MUSTACHIO BARBARA A. NAPIERKOWSKI JOANN T. NAPOLITANO JOYCE A. NEUMANN JO-ANN M. MONUSKI 5. .Q ., - NB T3 .. 4:wrw:wxQ.NN'+' f f :iw Q2- , .aw-My . A W W .O , ar x 1 4111...- K V ..,.., . ..., X .... . .X Mwgs, if-liz M... .1 L ygfg f. - if Q' K iiwgf My .. f iw G X 5 A, SHEILA A.MooRs '25, S' i MATTHEW MORAN ELIZABETH A. MOTOASCA 36 1 I nl 2 J ff 0 , Y. A. 1' Q' ' Wit .pam .. '7Qrdnm-..,. mp- Qi- I .- 1? . ff M. fm f X.. fer . 9 . 1 l .I A 75, "' si-IERAN NOVAK 1 - ANN P. NUGENT new 'WM' cARoLE A. NussBAuM JO-ANN MARY MONUSKI - .lo - Volleyball I,2,3,4g Basketball I,2g Badminton 3. Hockey I,2, Tennis 2,41 Baseball I,2,4, Bowling 2,3,4g Leaders' Club I,2,3,4 - Secre- tarial School. SHEILA ANN MOORE - Spanish Club Ig Future Nurses of America 4g Aquatic Club 4, Softball I, Basketball I,2, Volleyball I - Registered Nurse. MATTHEW MORAN - Navy. ELIZABETH ANNE MOTOASCA - Liz - French Club 3,45 Library Club Ig F.T.A. 4, Badminton 3,45 Bowling 3,45 Tennis I - College. ROSEMARY LILLIAN MULVEY - Roe - German Club 3g Choral Club I - Work. ANNETTE C. MUSSO - Business Club 4 - Marriage. MARIE THERESE MUSTACHIO - VVork, BARBARA ANN NAPIERKOWSKI - Bobbie - Business Club 3g Bowling Club 3,45 Softball I - Secre- tary. JOANN THERESA NAPOLITANO - Little Jo - Volleyball l,25 Basketball I,2g Soft- ball I,2,3g Badminton 35 Bowling 3, Leaders' Club 2,3,4, Cheerleading I,2,3,4g H.R. Rep. I - Business School. JOYCE ANN NEUMANN - Nursing School. DORIS EMILIE NIELSEN - Dori - Swimming Team 2,3g Hockey 2, Volleyball I,2, Aquatic Club I,2,3,4, Future Nurses ot America Club 23,45 Girls' Sports lg H. R. Rep. 2,4 - Nursing School. WALTER HENRY NIELSEN - Skip - Swimming I,2,3,4, Lacrosse I,4g Aquatic Club I,2,3,4, Choral Club Ig H. R. Pres. 4 - College. ELIAS CHARLES NOSEWORTHY - Chuck - Bowling 2,3,4, Varsity Club 4 - Art School or Navy. SHERAN NOVAK - Archery 2,3g Basketball 3, Bowling 4, Bio. Ex. Club 2, Spanish Club 2g National Honor Society 2,35 Spanish National Honor Societyg Chorus 4 - College. ANN PATRICIA NU- GENT - Nugie - Deca 3,45 Banddancer I, F.H.A. 4, Business Club 4 - IBM School. CAROLE ANN NUSSBAUM - VVork, Marriage. 37 DORIS E. NIELSEN WALTER H. NIELSEN ELIAS C. NOSEWORTHY .a+ Rs, p. 53 , U-4 E AI z Y . 7,117 f 'E EILEEN B.O'CONNOR E' FRANZ R.OESTRElCHER X., H131 '1 , ,, 'Avf-,'7'fz-:,' , ' V i T R ' A, I 4' I N I .a.. ,xl T I I f 31 ' 'W E x - ,,, A fb "H 'Y' ' ' V 1 3 'M' E T 1 fl!! 'Hg J ' - 1 0,6 -1 1+ 5, Y V4 - , ' - +V ' ' ' ' " W' 3' 1 ' ' T -' gp f f .rj 4, K ' f I 4' A 5 1 T " ' Q x 1' -BJ- U ,- i . 5, HGV' 1 . , , W ff , f fwfr THURSTON THINKS THE WITCHES 'f' LZA f-'P -"L L ARE CUTE. HE' HU! o fnfouf. - RUTH OKRAYE 4, E JEANNE M, PAINTER E fmt! SANDRA PAPARO GEORGE PAPAS JOSEPH T. PASSANTINO x,-F' ' v 7. -F-+-QTM A ,Y , I , M, ,, V V 0. knfrj ' f' in-1 YA 5 115 ea? "1-0 3 84" ROBERT L, PERRIER WARREN W. PERSON DAVID PICOU 38 5 WG A K' I EILEEN B. O'CONNOR - Bowling 3,45 Archery 3,45 Swimming Team 3, Aquatic Club l,2,3,4, Spanish Club l,2,3,4, Honor Society lg Signature 4g Black and Gold 4, Theatre Goers 4g H.R. Rep. 2 - Secretary. FRANZ ROBERT OESTREICHER - New York State lndustrial Arts Award tor Woodworking l957g Track lg Basketball l - College. RUTH OKRAYE - Tennis lg Bowling 4, Choral Club Qj F.H.A. 4 - College. JEANNE MAE PAINTER - Basketball 2g Softball 2, F.H.A. 2,3,4 - Nurses Training School. SAN- DRA PAPARO - Sandie - National Latin Honor Awardg Volleyball l,2,3,4g Basketball l,2,3,4g Bowling 3,4, Badminton 2, Dramatics 3,45 Leaders' Club 2,3,4, Aquatic Club 2,3,4, H.R. President l,2,4g Student Council Corres. Secy. 3, Choral Club 4 - College. GEORGE PAPAS - Stinky - Trophy 84 lvledal tor Long Island Swimming Championshipg Honorable Mention in Science Fair, Swimming 2,3,4, Chess Club l,2 - College. JOSEPH THOMAS PASSANTINO - Joe - Baseball l,2,3g Football 2 - Agricultural College. ROBERT L. PERRIER - Bob - Chess Club lf Bowling 4 - Navy. WARREN WARD PER- SON, JR. - French Club 35 Chess Club l,2 - College. DAVID PICOU - Pico - Typing CertiHcateg Football l - Navy. DARLEEN ANN PICULELL - Dappy - Twirling l,2,3,4g Maiorette 4g Bowling Club 4 - Secretary. JOANNE THERESA PIETROFORTE - Jo - Basketball lf Bowling Club 4g Business Club 3,4, Year book 4, Cheerleading 2 - Secre- tary. CARL G. PINGEL - Kookie - Football 3g A.V. - Navy. CAROL ANN PONIATOW- SKI - Spanish Club l,2g Choral Club 4 - College. LOIS JEAN POPOWITCH - Work. JOHN FRANCIS PRZONEK - Proz - Science Fair l,2,3, Honor Roll lg Golf Team l,2, 3,4, Ritle 2, Football 3g lvlath Team 2,3,4, German Club 2,3,45 Science Club lg Honor Society l - College. 1 ,I ,WW ,QFWQ CARL G. PINGEL . i. 1. if ' J P! ff 1 f 0 ,,, -: .. I, 3'19-egg,-3:5'gzgzizli1Ei:5:5g:5f:y1:5.5'3g1::,g5: , 1' 1' i i 1"iIi" i' gw '."t ,i?f . . 'Q i J ,.., f iw: 1 ' "1 rug. DARLEEN A. PICULELL JOANNE T. PIETROFORTE CAROL A. PONIATOWSKI LOIS J. POPOWITCH JOHN F. PRZONEK ANTHONY J. PULEO STANLEY RACHELLE .IEANETTE H. RAHTES ROBERT REESE JAMES W. REGNIER GAYLE E REYNOLDS ,vm-W-V It " fri f :gf . ,+ ,g 5,56 Q12 , I0 I 4 , f fv ' Q Q i ,, lg I 0124-ve ' fy 31 ,ey ,V Q K X K 5.1.- Wag... I, I ANTHONY JOSEPH PULEO - Tony - Eootboll 3 - Army. STANLEY RACHELLE - Work. JEANETTE HELEN RAHTES - Olllce Work. ROBERT REESE - Bob - U. H. S, Science Eoir 3, Ist Prize, French Honor Society, Jets 2,3,4, lvloth Club 2,3,4, Moth Teom 3,4, Senior Bulletin 4, Noturol Science Club lg Lob Squocl 2, French Club I, Notioncil Honor Society l,2,3,4 - College. JAMES WILLIAM REGNIER - Work. GAYLE E. REYNOLDS - Soltboll I, Volley Boll I, Business Club, Chorol Club 2, Bowling 4 - Secretory. MARIA CONNIE RIBAUDO - Connie - Chorol Club I, Business Club 3,4, Yeorbook Stoft 4, H. R. Rep. 4 - Foshion Designing School. DENISE PATRICIA RICKER - Dennie - Tennis I, Volley Boll I, F.H.A. 3,4, Yeorbook 3,4, Grophic Club 3 - Commerciol Art. MARIE L. RININS- LAND - Bosketboll I, Soltboll I, Business Club 3,4, Newspoper 4, Sponish Club I - Business School. JERRIE GAIL REIMELS - Tennis I - Secretory. JEAN CAROL RITTERS- HAUSEN W Girls' Swimming Teom 3,4, Volley Boll I, Bosketboll I, Aquotic Club I,2, 3,4, Dromcitics 2,3,4, Yeorbook 3,4, Eclitor 4, Sponish Club I,2,3, Honor Society 2, Theoter Goers 3,4, H. R. Rep. 4 - College. RICHARD PRESTON ROAN - Honor Society I, Rifle Club 2, Wrestling 3, Bosketboll 2 - College. JOHN JUDE ROBERTS - Business School. CARMEN JOHN ROCCHIO - Ronnie - Footboll l,2, Trock l,2, Dromotics So- ciety 2,3,4, Notioncil Thespion Society 3,4, Student Council Monitor 2,3, Boys' Cheer- leocling 4 - College. BEVERLY ROGERS - Jill - Volleyboll 4, Rhythmettes 3,4, FTA. 3,4, Sponish Club 4, Swimming Club 2,3,4 - College. JOHN ROGERS - Bob - College. 40 453' up-,Nw ,,,,, sp X .., w. , A 'iiiri w Rai:-NM 13 ' 2299- 'Jw -.., ., . :gay-ff " . , f L '- '- ' 'if' ,XX 0 S '. R . .Q f-. 5 K 7 , ' Wy EI '1w ,.: "M" , I ,f I ,yfi-Zlkfffi ' , ,V -f if " 5 V f V , ,-,, . f Egg, 'A1' ' MAMA CL WBAUDO ' A f 1 fra DENISE P. RICKER " ' f ' , , 'A"A1AA . IA' 41' .f V ' ,V f f . 1 - 6 J I' ,, 7? fix" " , A 23 ' wwf.. -'nf ' ff: ,,,.. Q aff ' 2 y i ,, W 4AA .- , .. 2 E J, 21 2 E m Q 3' ,U 2 T Z E Z 2 E Z U N 1 :sv N X X A Q N ...N M am X. . . .X X -tx-:NN .X x x rn N " 'iz NNNN 6 X 'M 4 MY.. Q R5 .4 f N 'Nw NT E SEZ E-N Q ,H L 'Egg ' X -4 .,N.: ' 152 W' .X A 4 5 Zh' ' fi ff . y 4, ,R Q. .Z f ! 4. fa JEAN C. RITTERSHAUSEN RICHARD P. ROAN JOHN .I. ROBERTS k I Q- u V M xkfb If fu ,Y J , . L1 ,J, . . . , x fb' .Y A 1 X " L , ' . K Q V , . Y X ., 1 'vm - fx 'V R ' NU - Q ,. uf V ' ,Vi XX ,5 MJ xi LA . urs Off W X, , , yi ' CARMEN J. ROCCHIO' xy ' fn BEVERLY ROGERS JOHN Rooeres j'- 1 . . ,. C xx' x x N , - L K 'N . '-'V W My A r A 41 N u JOANN C ROMANELLI JOAN R ROSENFELD BARBARA A. ROSENQUIST MARILYN E ROSETTI KENNETH ROSS HELENE RUBIN .IOANN CAROL ROMANELLI - Archery l,2, Ritle Club 2, Business Club I, Choral Club I,2,3,4, Band Concert l,3,4, Dance Band 3,4, F.H.A. 3,4, Yearbook Statl 3,4 - College. JOAN RUTH ROSENFELD - Bowling Club 3,4, German Club 3,4, Honor Society 4 - Secretary. BARBARA ANN ROSENQUIST - Barb - Cheerleading I,2,3,4, Yearbook- Identihcation Stalll 4, H.R. Rep. 2,3, Spanish Club l,2,3, Hockey I, Badminton l,2,3,4, Volley Ball l,2,3,4, Bowling I, Baseball I, Archery 2,3,4 - College - School ot Avia- tion. MARILYN ELAINE ROSETTI - Business Club 3,4 - Treasurer, F.T.A. 4, Bio. Ex 2 - Secretary, Italian Club 4, Band Dancers 3,4 - Oneonta State Teachers College. KENNETH ROSS - H.R. Rep. l,2 - College. HELENE RUBIN - Ist Prize Essay Contest - Odd Fellows, National Honor Society 2,3,4, Spanish Club l,2,3, Dramatics 3, Theater Goers Club 3,4, Leaders' Club 2,3,4, Literary Editor - Yearbook 4, Girls' Sports - Tennis - Class Team l,3,4, Volley Ball - l,2,3,4, Badminton - 2,3,4 - College. LOIS RUNDLE - Monte - Deca 4 - l.B.M. Keypunch Operator. VIRGINIA RUPPEL - Ginny -- Yearbook Staff, Library, Homeroom Otticer - I, Tennis, Bowling, Basketball - Busi- ness School. CURTIS FRANCIS RUPPERT - Curt - Television Servicing. JOSEPH A. RUS- SELL - Joe - Radio Club 2 - Technical College. SANDRA ANN SAGAN - Sandy - Second Place Award in Annual Science Fair I, Bowling 3,4 - Secretary. DAVID RICHARD SALLAH - Senior Chorus 4, A cappella Choir 3,4 - Navy. ROSEMARIE SAN- GEMINO - Business. MARY A. SCALISE - National Honor Society 3,4, Swimming Team I,2,3,4, Aquatic Club 2,3,4, Choral Club l,4, Monitor 4 - Secretary. MICHAEL WILLIAM SCAMMON - Spike -College. ERNEST HERMAN SCHEUER - Ernie - Band l,2,3,4, Choral Club I,2,3,4 - Professional Dance Band. 42 ws, ,Knew .dwg ?0w mb Whwww www, "fII'-'Q ' V555 If u'-:ICF "Ski 4. '-TL a :' ' . . I .Q I ' ' Q- f - ga -gm ww..- '5 5 1 Q - .. 'Wim A ROSEMARIE SANGEMINO MARY A. SCALISE W. SCAMMON H. SCHEUER LOIS RUNDLE VIRGINIA RUPPEL CURTIS F. RUPPERT JOSEPH A. RUSSELL SANDRA A. SAGAN DAVID R. SALLAH THE SVVEETEST MUSIC THIS SIDE 1- OF...H--- ' VW N. EDWARD J. SCHLITT CECILE l. SCHMIDT M15 fif- 6 'fm ,. ..,.. , 0115 XS PLEASE DON'T EAT THE-R65-ES. JOAN G. SCHMITT LINDA M. SCHWARTZ HELEN L. SCHWARZ MICHAEL J. SCHWERN JANET SCISCENTI HAROLD J. SEBERLE ROBERT H. SCHMIDT THOMAS H. SCHMIEGEL fffgi ! , WM ffegggw KO'-E' " E A Ma' .,., . 43' , ' :. " 22.-'21-:U A 2 2 . E ww 1' .fb-N E ,E I.. 'lr Yin FRED SESSA - HM- ANN C. SILVESTRI EDWARD JOHN SCHLITT - Ed - Football I,3,4, Lacrosse I,3,4, Basketball I, Varsity Club 3,4, V.C. Treasurer 4, H.R. President 4 - Coast Guard Academy. CECILE ISA- BELLE SCHMIDT - Lee - Choral Club I,2, Junior Classical League 3, Spanish Club 3,4, Library Club I,2 - Dancer. ROBERT HENRY SCHMIDT - Bob - Wrestling Team I, Lab Squad 3 - Polytech Institute ot Technology. THOMAS HENRY SCHMIEGEL - Tommy - Football 3,4, Boys' Gym Leader 4 - College. JOAN G. SCHMITT - Joanie - Basket- ball 2, Volleyball 3, Cheer Leading I, Choral Club I,2,3 - Secretary. LINDA MAE SCHWARTZ - Basketball I,2, Hockey 3, Volleyball I,2,3,4, Tennis 2, Archery 2,3,4, Badminton 4, Cheerleading I, Aquatic Club I,2,3,4, F.T.A. 3,4, Spanish Club I,2,3, Lead- ers' Club 2,3,4, Theater Goers 3,4, Yearbook 3,4, Senior Dramatics 3,4, Honor Society 2 - College. HELEN LOUISE SCHWARZ - Theater Goers I,2,3,4, F.N.A. 4, German Club 3,4, Secretary 3,4, Chorus I,2 - Nursing School. MICHAEL JOSEPH SCHWERN - Mike - Baseball I,2,3,4, Football 3, Varsity Club 3,4 - Navy. JANET SCISCENTI - Softball I,2, Volleyball I,2, Basketball I,2, Hockey 2, Tennis 2 - Secretary. HAROLD JOHN SEBERLE - Armed Forces. ALICE VERONICA SELG - Frisky - Manager of School Bookstore I, Volleyball I, Choral I, Cheerleaders I - VVork. GEORGE SEMKE - College. JOSEPH SERGE - Joe - Air Force. FRED SESSA - RCA International. BEV- ERLY SEVERINO - Bev -Honorable Mention - Science Fair 3, Basketball I, Badminton I,2, Volleyball I,2, Archery 2, Aquatic Club I,2,3,4, French Club 3, Theater-Goers 4, Signature 3,4, Student Council Monitor 3, Homeroom Representative 4 - College. ANN CATHERINE SILVESTRI - Cookie - Secretary. 45 ALICE V. SELG GEORGE SEMKE JOSEPH SERGE BEVERLY SEVERINO CONSTANCE L. P. SIMMONS RIVA SIMON JOHN H. SKINNER SUSAN J. SMITTEN JOAN K. SMYTH JUDITH A. SNIDER .A V, DO DO...DO,..DO DO ,JC F Wh ,rw ,mm LAWRENCE R. SOHM GAIL L. SOHN LINDA P. SOLOMON DIANE P. SOPKO 46 1 'S vw .V -yy, ,..., yy. 53,51 , f - , . ' " 77. ,l aik ' U - 4754, . x L ,, V,,,,V,. ,, ,, .. ff? ' - .I 'F-'95 f f vm' - . Q P. ' jg X ,ffff f f ..... 5" V 1 -?'m6c'WZ ' 7-"2'Z'14Z ' ' ' f :cfm zvE1a:Q:Qsn:,,,-'W zz ,... . . 6 yu ' - fwfnw-"AIG : Q N --,:..f+ ' Aswwvfig ' ' f . . -.Q f 'Y -fs V , .. . I X f: 'ff ., ,A 14- Q - , 2 47' 7 "N 'Q -. . fn- M441 5 ' 422' 4 ...ff .- ,.- .... V .-0 ' -"f11'f1-, ' , W ' 35. 42, , , , ,fy-A .. -. . ..- ' ':':3f.:'-3" 4,5 fl .- I 4' .ff-, u. .f nm , Mfy,-., f A f ,fm ff f ,... ,W L 1211-fi ..V.. Q ,Q ff. , J vas? X ' ff f f' jg fix y mvgi , K X gf , K im .. fg K ' 5 ,3111 . '91 fwyff. 4 'K fi ff 4 N si 3, A 7 7 ff A 5 X . ,sf 9 ,... .Q ,g V .,.. ..,. .. ...V X' bex 4, 4 3f?Q4T5iQM: 1, u H "6 'B ' ' V ,N ' .2 Q, X4 Q1 ff Uv '5 7 'X SL an Y. i X Sd is Y x Y 'f 4 5 X X 2 'A 1 -. v:-:V-. 15,-Q ' 'W S +I. .g - .-.A4 .P 'fL-L.'AL2A . 'L, 1 .V'. Q '1i'f4f- .,.'-. f... ' f S :.:iN. ' iEi.24W15f44'A'4' QW' M f 'Y Wqyw' awww, whim CONSTANCE LORETTA PAULINE SIMMONS - Connie - Chorol Club 3,4 - Dieficion. RIVA SIMON - Ree - Tennis I, Archery 2, H. R. Rep. 3, Secretory. JOHN HENRY SKIN- NER - Jock - 2nd Ploce UHS Science Folir, Foolboll 3, Locrosse 2,3, Noiurol Science Club, Moth Club 3, Honor Society 2 - College. SUSAN JANE SMITTEN - Sue - Field Hockey I,2,3, Volleyboll I,2,3,4, Boslcefboll I,2,3,4, Soiiboll I,2, Tennis 3,4, Bowling 2,3, Leciclers' Club 3,4, Cheerleading l,2,3,4, Orchesiro 2,3, Bond I,2,3, Yeorboolc 4, Block ond Gold 3,4 - College. JOAN KATHLEEN SMYTH - Boclrninlon 4, Bio-Ex Club 4, Eorlh Science Club I, Sponish Club I,2, Future Nurses' Club 3,4 - Nursing. JUDITH ANNE SNIDER - Judy - Boslqelboll I,Q, Volleyboll I, Sollboll I, Cheerleoding 3,4, Homeroorn Rep. 3 - Nursing School. LAWRENCE RICHARD SOHM - Loirry - Rifle Club 2, Rodio Club 2, Gerrnon 2 - College. GAIL LORETTA SOHN - Tennis I, Boskeiboll I, Bowling 2 - Nursing School. LINDA PATRICIA SOLOMON - Bio-Ex Club 3, Moih Club 3, French Club 4, Nofionol Honor Sociefy 2,3,4 - College. DIANE P. SOPKO - Little Bits - Decco 4 - Business School. RICHARD ANTHONY SORRENTINO - Richie - Boseboll I, Foofboll I, H.R. Represeniolive I,2, Junior Closs Olzficer - College. RON- NIE F. SPARACINO - Ron - Foolboll I,2,3,4, Boseboll 2, Swimming 4 - Novy. MERRYL EMILY SPARBER - Sootie - Tennis I, French Club 3,4 - College. JOHN RICHARD STAL- LONE - Rifle Club 2 - College. BARBARA STARKE - Bobbi - Tennis I, Chorol Club 2, F.H.C. 4 - Secreiory. IRENE STEFFEN - Roiny - Tennis 3,4, Germon Club 3,4, The- ofer Goers 2,3,4, Bond Doncers I,2,3, F.N.A. 4 - Nurse. .aw- 495 4-7 RICHARD A. SORRENTINO RONNIE F. SPARACINO MERRYL E. SPARBER JOHN R, STALLONE BARBARA STARKE IRENE STEFFEN MARGARET A. STERN - NICHOLAS STOMA ELIZABETH A. STRATTEN JOAN E SWEEZEY I4 CHARLES E. TEBBE EARLE L THURSTON , . I. 5 -Q L." MARGARET ANN STERN - Margie - Senior Chorus 3 - Work. NICHOLAS STOMA - Nick - Golt 2,3,4, Vcirsity Club 2,3,4, Bond cincl Orchestro I,2 - College. ELIZABETH ANN STRATTEN - Giggles - Secretory. JOAN ELLEN SWEEZEY - Jock - Bowling 3,4, Sottboll 4, H.R. Representotive 4 - Business School. CHARLES E. TEBBE - Boslcetboll I,2, 3,4, Golt Club I, Bonol I,2,3, Student Council Rep. I, H.R. Rep 2 - College. EARLE LAURENCE THURSTON - Lorry - Swimming Teom 2,3,4, Aquotic Club 2,3,4, Gym- nostic Club 3,4, Jets I,2, Ncrturol Science Club I, Vorsity Club 3,4, Photogrophy Club 4, Moth Club I,2 - College. BARBARA TIEMAN - Bobbi - Sottboll I, Volleyboll 2, Bos- ketboll I, Cheerleoding .'2,3, Chorol Club I - College. GEORGE EMERSON TOOKER - Brett Maverick - VV. T. Gront Co. LOIS ANN TRITTHART - Lo - Volleyboll I, Student Council I,4, Business Club 3,4, Aquotic Club I,4, Sponish Club I,2, Yeorbook Stott 4, Chorol Club I, Bowling 4 - Secretory. ANN TSOUCALAS - Secretory. ANTHONY JOHN TUFFARELLA - Tony - Sr. Chorus I,2,3,4 - Novy. ROBERT KENNETH VAN HOUSEN - Bob 4 Boslcetboll I, Locrosse lntrcxmurols 2 - College. ALLEN JOHN VAN NESS - Al - Novy. ARLENE ANN VARRONE - Biology Club 2, Pres. 2, Bowling Club 3, I-IR. Rep. 2 - Fcishion Designer. JOSEPH HENRY VARRONE - Joe - Boseboll I,2,3,4, Vorsity Club 3,4 - College. LUCILLE ANN VASCO - Horny I - French I-lonor Society I,Q,3, French Club I, l-l.R. Rep 3 - Secretory. 48 BARBARA TIEMAN GEORGE E. TOOKER 'fbvx-qsaggni. 2383 LOIS A. TRITTHART ANN TSOUCALAS gg fgfff ,J 2 Ziff? 907 We-'M' " ggi' ff W? f ff? ,iff fl iffy jf Xfygf K' Z ' W' gi L. ,Q V f'T'2 , . ",',3'V " Y 1 ' ' " , -3' iff? '4"" V. f -fy f ff vrsyyfv.14rcw2.59::.1-151:-'-rw: ' A ' ' f. T . 11' 343: "EV ' flip- , .' :IQ ..f f Y. '7"'7'L ffnif- , ,ZYC .5".- 13:55 ' ,ff , gh , 5 z Q Xu 49 HBARRACUDAH KECK SWIMS THE CHANNEL. ANTHONY J. TUFFARELLA ROBERT K. VAN HOUSEN ALLEN J. VAN NESS ARLENE A. VARRONE JOSEPH H. VARRONE LUCILLE A. VASCO PATRICIA J. VASQUEZ PETERI VILKINS WILLIAM R. WALDHOF ' W ' ' BRUCE D WALLACE ' is JT ,, I DIANE C WALLACK f' K " ,W ! PATRICIA JO ANN VASQUEZ - Pottie - Work. PETER I. VILKINS - Pete - College. CARLO ARTHUR VOLTURO - Carl - Lotin Honor Society, Boslcetboll 2, Sponish Club 3,4, Honor Society I,2,3, Boys' Cheerleoding 4 - College. WILLIAM RAYMOND WALD- HOF - Bill - Locrosse I, H.R. President 3, Student Teochers ot Americo 3, Student Coun- cil 3 - College. BRUCE DOUGLAS WALLACE - Swimming I,2,3,4, Aquotic Club I,2,3,4, Gymnostic Club 3,4 - College. DIANE CAROL WALLACK - Di- Volleyboll I,2,4, Field Hockey l,4, Bosketboll 2, Bowling I,2,4, French Club I,4, Student Council Executive Boord 4, Yeorbook 4, Monitor 4, Homeroom Olticer I - College. DOW WILLIAM WEIDLER - Auto Ivlechonic. ROBERTA RUTH WEINER - Bobbie - French Honor So- ciety, Volleyboll I,2, Bosketboll I, Bowling 2, Tennis 2, Boidminton 2, Dromotics 3,4, Aquotic Club I,2,3,4, Moth Club 3,4, Yeorbook 3,4, I-lomeroom Oighcer 3, French Club 3, Notionol Honor Society 2,3,4, Russion Club 4 - Teoching. SHELLEY ARLENE WEIN- STEIN - Lotin Honor Society, F.T.A. 3,4, Yeorbook 3,4, Newspoper 3,4, lvloth Club 3, Volleyboll I,2, Boslcetboll I,2 - College. MICHELE SUSAN WHITE - Micki - Volley- boll I - Nursing School. FRANK WALTER WIEDMAN - Moux - Science Foir Winner, Sponish Club 3 - College. THOMAS WILDES - Tex - Tronster Student I,2 - Col- lege. RICHARD ERIC WILLOTT - Richie - Science Foir, Footboll 3, Rifle Club 2, Lotin Club I,2 - College. .IEANNE CATHERINE WINTERS - Peanuts - Twirling I,2,3 - Pri- vote Secretory. GAIL VERONICA WINTRICH - Chorol Club 3,4, Dromotics I,2,3, A Coppello Choir 3,4 - Airline Stewordess. DIANE MARIE WISNEY - Aquotic Club 2,3,4, Girls' Swimming Teom 3,4 - Art School. .4-V 'G' 'ffwf' f Q , CARLO A VOLTURO lm A 5 5. ""r- -ai, 3 . 4 ' 5 X ' ' ltr, J, VV , xv W . .. , . X X gy if E 50 ...5w..,.M SYM' RICHARD E. WILLOTT JEANNE C. WINTERS GAIL V. WINTRICH DIANE M. WISNEY 51 DOW W. WEIDLER ROBERTA R, WEINER SHELLEY A. WEINSTEIN MICHELE S. WHITE FRANK W. WIEDMAN THOMAS WILDES WATCH THE FINGERS 91 qf' ,:I., - II,I ,II, ,,JA ,V:I1I,I.: I F M . t V 1 ...-,..' ..,, .1,A,,.., 4,,,.: , ul, I,.l P -," ,. I 5' Kx , x 1 I It I I ED X if-v' y,- 3 ff! 52560 ALL XBOARD. EDWARD F. YULKE ARLENE A. YURICA CORINNE ZAJAC JOAN C. ZAREMBA STEPHANIE ZAREMBA PATRICIA ZDANOVITCH WILLIAM J. WITTENHAGEN JACK R. WITTMANN MERRIL L, YARIS PETER YIANNERIS . , 42:2 "f ,rc WW' -f w."::fff1x zw,.i'b?ff57JW A ,-4 "" - ' " U AW? 'if M, fnfff . ygaf' gy I ffm? AVA , if v . ff 'Q-'4j'f5 , f Q5 74' I f , f " I gg 4 7271 .V Q fy f if I .L, ufwaf f f, ,f l '- if , , - an if ' 3. 141' ,, , - , WV' ,,' ' 7' ZF!!! I ' GKAQZQH I .,., 5 542 M 52 ,., JJTTP f I W5 'fs ' wx, af ' , ' ' I f 2 ' f' ff ' 2 ,ffw15Wif'y'.- ,J I I, ' ff! y3,yjf,. g.-,45,' JL -4 K W 1 I o ,Y I 47" may 1 ' ' ' 9 -vf 'wa ,1 ' w 'GHZ .5 I '-723 ,H yd J .1 . f ' 1 1 M .. , f 17773 YZ ' ff , 'ffffiii 4 HW -www I M,iiV,f ,., I J . , , I .4753 ,va-eb. W- , ,f ,Q 'G' ...ww sf I "N L fir , ri-I xx Ni X x x - A ' Q ' X X f XAMKXHPS N NX x VON x ...asv 'wx I MICHAEL J. ZITO WILLIAM JOSEPH WITTENHAGEN - Bill - College. JACK RICHARD WITTMAN - Ist place - Science Fair, Gymnastic Club 3,4, Photography Club I,2,3,4, German Club 3,4, Signature 2,3,4, Black 84 Gold I,2, Natural Science Club I,2,3, Jets I,2,3,4, Monitors I,2,3,4, Lab Squad I,2, Dramatics 2,4 - College. MERRIL-LEE YARIS - Merry - Bowl- ing 3,4, Volley Ball 3 - Emerson College. PETER YIANNERIS. EDWARD FREDRICK YULKE - Spike - Dramatics 2,3,4 - College. ARLENE ANN YURICA - Honorable Mention, Science Fair, Basketball I,2,3,4, Softball I,2, Volley Ball I,2,3,4, Badminton 3, Sports Night 2, Band Dancers I, Homeroom Olticer I,2,3, Student Council 3, Science Club 3, Senior Chorus 3,4, Dramatics 2 - College. CORINNE ZAJAC - Corky - Baseball I,2, Basketball I,2,3,4, Volleyball I,2,3,4, Bowling 3,4, Tennis 2, Girls' Sports Night 2,3,4, Lco-captaint Leaders' Club 2,3,4, Homeroom OFIicer 2, Student Council 4, Varsity Cheerleading 4 - College. JOAN CAROL ZAREMBA - Secretary. STEPHANIE ZAREMBA - Steffie - Choral 2,3 - Secretary. PATRICIA ZDANOVITCH - Pat - l.B.lVl. School. MICHAEL JOSEPH ZITO - Mike - German I, Honor Society, German Club 2,3,4, Chem- istry Club, Honor Society 4 - College. I.. -L l-Cl' I Lili: ,y IJLJ J l Mtwgjlgl Ll' LV ,L C - 1 X yi-L VJ ,. .' VT IST f I If il L IIIITIT -7 f ., lv- L ri ,, A I' ALL ,I I L JL NCL! I A ,C l L s- L 'J 3. C . I CAMERA SHY ' L X D , , , J ' V fi- L if A' 4 F L J fs H7 gb My ,f M, f I - f 0 RICHARD A. ALBANO - Richie -Work. LEONARD BARON - Lenny - Basketball I,2 - Work. SAMUEL CHAMOS - Sam - Aquatic Club 2,3 - Navy. BARBARA ANN DER- GANC - Bobbi - French Club I - Secretary. LOUISE VERONICA KINNAIRD - Lea - Deco Club 2,4, Dramatics 4 - Retailing College. LEONARD MCKEITHAN - Beautique - Basketball I,2, Track I,2 - Armed Forces. FRANK SAVIO - Farmingdale Agricultural and Industrial Institute tor Aviation Operations. FRANK LARRY SIMON - Speedy - Deca Club 4 - Work. WERNER SKURA - Beautician School. PATRICIA ANN THORNBY - Pat - Secretary. ROBERT WAGNER - Bob - Navy. GARY VINCENT WOOLNOUGH - Baseball I, Basketball 2, Swimming 3 - Work. 53 e 1 MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Pat Kluse and Bob Reese are our candidates for success in the busi- ness world. You must admit they make a likely pair. BEST DANCERS Corrine Zajac and Larry Thurs- 4 S S ,, 1: ,, i L l 1 v 4 u 1 l .a Q," i' SOCIETY SENIORS Set the Style Each year the graduating class holds a poll, to detennine who have been and will be the outstanding members of the Senior Class. Here you see the results in Hcandidw photos. No names have been changed to pro- tect the innocent for these Seniors are all guilty of their respective "crimes.', FAVORITE TEACHERS The Senior's choices for their favorite teachers are Miss Gaffney and Mr. Crowley. Look, Mr. Crowle-y's won it for his second year. M wcwwwsws- wss 3 3 N-Q-Aegma-,au HUKQIQHQQQBH H' . if V ., syqffgmmmua . -was ww . .rxsj:f- '-2 .-keg 'f .ci 7 4 1-as ,, .'., gf . F' 5 Q 1 . 2, 1 ' 1: s V 45 L 5 - , , jf 'f u L, g p 5 E v 1' , E I R J z EL .V f f -5 1 a A 4 1 . , . ,., -2 f-A 1 1 ' f , l , i I i rig .ff I 2 5 , 3 , 5 I Q 1 1 1 i I x fi I I, . , It f 5 Q i ,V . 'PQ 5 Q S ! ' 3 , mi ton are our choices for the best "rock nl rollers" in the Senior Class. Z Q WAX K VX XXX XXX 3 1 f 9, V .ef ff W 1 X fr ar fff 1 M6 W 417 HL, owes bw zz, i ' ft Q ' 1 Q 9 , 5 'W , ,a ff 5 f 4: ,:-f 6 , , ,iff 1 W' Q 1' - Z ' v . A 4, ,, i 2 , nu- 5 'J 5 , .Q Q Zi, 5 , 1 ' , I V fn f Q' ' 4 . . f if 4 V ' 5 QKM I f I , , , V ,,, ' f,',: lf", 1 ' ' ' 4 , -. 1, ,. , ff f ff - - - ' 1 :iff ef Y 4 ,4 2- 9' 3 ' N, ff' , t f l . 4 , fi ' BZ , , 5? , 1 wit: - ' 7 'ma' I ,gf , '31 V, ff, 5 , 'W T f .iw ' ff fp i, , l ' , f,, ,. , F , V f, 7:'.",P'1f?7: I '. H 7 V ' , , ,M ,g ', Y, 1 X' Q9 x ff , at Q' V V Q, fm, f 1, V32 W, , . ' 5 ff My 5 Q, , 5 ky 4 3 f 4 2 Q66 Q ff ' 'V f l I bn, 4 '- 7 LQLLI f f. .. ' -',.-A I 24 .fi , ..-4 62 1 :tk ' itat l ft lil., gg WM n 1 twig aff , -'V LE:.i,:t--X Pettit - 'nf S..-:x:t..r..- -. , If rf ., . ., . ..,.. . f y . A ,44,- i .1 .t.1 ' fe, , . .t+i w2 BEST LOOKING Wow! Joanne Pietroforte and Ed Schlitt sure knock us deadll! .....,-,- . ., 1 .f- Z BEST DRESSED Latest fashions. craziest colors newest fads. Who else but Lucille Vasco and Richard Kozlowsky? Q MOST ATHLETIC Touchdown, side out, goal and basket! Tommy Hamilton and Lois Kornrumpf, the athletes of the class. MOST VERSATILE Sports, personality, class spirit and go, go, go! Peppiest people around too. Of course, Carol Krupinski and Tommy Keck. MOST POPULAR All around popular pCOplC, happiest kids, sanest seniors, Pat Kluse and Richie Kozlowski, for sure! CLASS WITS Ha, Ha, Ha! Chuckle, Chuckle - familiar sounds when Joanne Napolitano and Larry Thurston are around. DID MOST FOR CLASS Money, dances and trips are just a few of the things this pair of Seniors did to help our "cause" Who else could they be but Pat Kluse and Charlie Kaars? MOST TALENTED Clap, Clap, Clap! Bravo! En- core! our most talented seniors Jeanne Cjuliettej Baker and Vic fSatchmol Lambert. SENIOR SUMMARY - I , 1 'Z' , Pat Kluse V' e- President K, 153 F me A ' J ' we i as s J , J ,E . ' 3 """i ' M al -1- x K i I 12 , .ff 0 1 Mr. P. Fedyszen , s V- Class Advisor x' ..L,.,. M 2 51 ' , gl f L?ff!G J 'gf-'il .lg :Y -4-so sr. fs.- 5 i and Charles Kaars Vice-President Douglas Harrington Treasurer V X6 11 f' gf 'Q l 3 M- A Hi Jackie Bader and Mary Ford Secretaries X-3' Senior section exhibits school spirit at pep rally before Hempstead game. 0 E3 1 3 1 fi' W " Q .'il . gt I fe ' 9:4 Wil- p ,Q I ' . 1 " , 'V x ' fr: AFT.. , H7 , , if qv' 'Q 'F vw of--e L "" Q 56 SWF ll . i as v NGFQQ X it ri "Tickets please," as couples arrive at Stardust, the YYhen the Senior Class graduates this June, they will have many things to remember, be proud of and recall with pleasure about this fabulous year. The year began with a roar. and the first few pep rallies brought the "house" down. Senior participation marked all these events, and it re- peatedly proved to be best. gaining the highest "A" card sales. to name just one item. Seniors led the way right from the beginning by capturing the Miss Uniondale High School title. Then fashion wise, one of our girls earned the Miss Arnold Constable award. Thanksgiving came and brought an Alumni Dance. which proved a huge success. Old seniors mixed with new seniors making for a grand time. Junior Prom. . I . f -,aa vu qw . V' The new year, that momentous year of 1960, arrived. and boosted the spirit of the class even to ' 2 G M more. Girl C razy, the senior show, was a hilarious if 1 ,..?. success, backed whole-heartedly by the seniors V..:.t 5 5 who gave it everything they had. 5' fitifnx A yi 'ylv Then, Senior YVeek, the traditional highlight of , f m Y If' the school year. was upon us. Each day brought gf i New something different. and seniors did evefythingi llz ii: 'i4" E running the school, dressing up and dressing I: 5 5 E down. reaching a hectic climax in the annual wwf 1:'- "" A 4-A, Senior trip. , Z V iiiiiii i iiiiiii The Blalibu Beach Club was the scene of the E L5 Q . . . . 31 W 'S ' Seruor Ball this year and good music and fine at- gm 4 , mosphere were the ingredients of a gala evening ii' Bl LAX i which was had by au' . . Uniondale girls od?-ba Arnold o table. The fair In retrospect. 1960, has been a highly enjoyable maiden 1 t t -ght We X 6 , ISWTEHY B 7 and successful year. YVe all know this was the rex- Jil e W li Q, 'X .X mtl 1 ne UN sult of capable leadership and cooperation which H Q y EJ xx tx xg was Provided by the entire Senior Class and 'tziy Q QU 'U X at but officers. YVe thank all those who have contribu qltg li ' to , their efTorts to make this year a success, one ' vii X5 ,QA ' X again proving the Seniors Supreme. 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" A - ,,,, I f Y " ' ., , ,..' H 5 E F' . ti? f 'T- Wi LEFT TO RIGHT: Klr. Vincent T. BlcDermott. Kits. Lyle N. Paine. Mr. Alya V, Snider - Preridentg lfr. Alvin Howard 1 Vice-prf5idfnt.' Mr. Edward F. BOARD OF EDUCATION Goldjan. BOARD OF EDTQCATION Responsibility is an abstract thing. lt is often difidcult to measure but clearly apparent in the functions of our Board of Education. lt's importance is found in this responsibility which the people haye delegated to it. Some of its functions include adopting a written policy for the improyement of schools and yotincf funds for the support and success of this policy. The members of our Board of Education share many of the schools responsi- bilities. working dilligently for the bettemient of our school. They are members of our community who accept the position with the idea of serving the school system. Rendering their services free of charge. their endeayors are very yital to the func- tioning of our school system. , LEFT TO RIGHT: iff. T. F. Ratchelgug fx ,pens - TTEHill7'g'V,' Mr. Bradley Lambert - , if' Clerlfg Mr. David E. Sallah - Affy, 5 .as ...ww . V ' ri ' - mf? si? W y . s qc? ,W ' si . 'i .. . H V" al' gf' W X i DISTRICT ADMINISTRATORS fi 4 I 4 tlififff ,fit fd Q1 V O , i if WT if if A ,lp JU Lf f KC: Iv L Dr. John Forcstcr Superintendent of Schoolt. f ig W ' n seifzfee if . ana gxiwmmmv 9, !V , 1 3? Dr. Robert M. Leifels 4tf,t Superintendent for Butinett Affairs. --... ,ww Mr. Charles Curtis Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds. 61 13 '23 r Mr. Philip J. Cosgrove j Asft Superintendent for Instruction 5 .sl . H I G H S C H O O L ADMINISTRATO RS .Ay-Q QR Dr. Joseph P. Mooney Principal www ..... ., f 4, . Aww. , My 7f,J Q',L,l,g Mwrlx Tfaiflsff Mr. Eugene T. Boylan Dr. Andrew P. Mulligan Asst. Principal Asst. Principal f Miss Man, Sullivan 34 Administrative Asst. ,1 ff " 11,11 3. X ' r, ene 1 mer , A K " 4' Admznzstratwe Asst. STANDING L TO R: S. Porcellati, E. Murphy, H. Siegel. SEATED: F, Passalaqua. 3 , I fs -' :532i'9mf.,.i ' I : . Wg - -Av., .1599 r- iff- M -35 .1 , N-.gig Q4 X' .Q35,f'1?'rsi . . X X ' pi f ifl S 'B:'r,1iY.- ::' .VJ-.3 ' . ,'rfS.V'f" 'W' ' ' SPEUAL .. STAFF i iti , , . Q' N 4 f f . f . S fl t ' 9 Q 4 , .0 - 'ft .. .M . r r. fibbl iif.-f" f : sf. A I:-'f Wiz- -:A-hz. 44' 3 I if me SQ in f 2 ' 5 WW.- TOP ROW: Left to Right: Dr. H. Popper, Psychologists E. Lyons, Attendance Supervisory J. West, Audio-Visual Director, F. Manney, Cafeteria Directory P. Calamaras, Speech. SECOND ROW: E. Montalbano and I. Deutsch, Senior Stenographer and Clerk-Typistg D. Dietrich, Super- , A ,ta EZ. , .051 iv ,re 22 Z 9 li , i N , 1 Q A ' ' ff, fr' ' if R f 0+ . t.gg,5:44. MW i - i f 1.4443 ,,v.. visor of Readingg Dr. B. Eingold, Psychologist V Forrest Permanent Substitutej R. Parker, Director of Adult Edu catiorzj THIRD ROW: R. Wiedenhoft, Cooperative Work Program, B. Schneider, Special Class, Dr. R Milano LIBRARY LIBRARY STAFF H 'E wll all-li N, Eh VE' is EH , A. ., . 1 , ., ,inn , 32 , f . . go V ' 4' f fs muy Q af 1 - A 1 f ff 'L ff Z' if Q, E , f . Q X ff W 4' ' ' ' I ' fr!" " W?" E25 - X 4 f ff '7' y A, X Of I 3 ,I ff E X ff f f 'Q f X Q 4 M y f f f 1 f ff , f , Q f 1 , Wi 7' I 1 7':, f2ffWW7" f V V W f f y f' '- 1 ,Af ,vyff W yy N. ,Q , . I , , f FOREIGN LANGUAGES . ENGLISH ENGLISH DEPARTMENT FIRST ROW, Left to Right: H Murray, P. Kelley, A. Milberg, R Rush CDepartment Headlg R. Bas- tin,qI. LaPar1na, P. DeRitis. MID- DLE ROW: Lyon, R. Howlett, B. Richardson, M. Gaffney, V. Sal- mieri, D. Ruffo, Christie, A. Krauser. SECOND ROW: A. DeAr1- gelis, S. Plastrik, A. Blake, E. Packert, M. Aaronson, T. Musewicz, W. Grow- ley. ,"'121"9'6, ,.: - ' Fl E. 64 FRONT ROW - F. de Legnrretzl. J. Pcyser, CDept. Headj F. Ghantz. SECOND ROW - S. Gulizia, J. Bisagni, G. Loewenberg, R. Converse. Not Present - C. Rivelli. CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION FIRST ROI1' - F. Chantz. B. Rich- ardson. V. Salmeri. YV. Rowe, Cde- partment heaCII G. Conway, D Ruffo. SECOND ROW - Dr. S Plastrik, E. Packert. A. 1NIcCarty, A Miselson. P. Fedyszen. A. Milberg R. Parker. Newcomb, La Parma T. Musewicz. BUSINESS EDUCATION FIRST ROW H. Berkoffg D. Mon- geong V. Kleylag R. Elberson, De- partment Chairmang P. Packertg C. Whaleyg F. Spagnolog SECOND ROW N. Grayg R. Tripler. 'wx ""' MATHEMATICS TOP ROW, Left to right: J. Notheis M. Meisler. J. Moloney. R. Leopold J. Roberti. A. Bozza. H. Harrison BOTTOJI RON' BI. lleyer. F. Toner CDept. Heacll: R. Beglin. .".1 X 2 . I .NEW Y , I FRo.x T. Left to Rlghtz J. G1-lffxn. Dr. E. Sirnendinqer fDep3r1mgm lliwllllfmeglfx. -MX," -lg IX' Y Headl. M, Bnn. B--1 CA .- W, Schleicher. E. Mokarrv, D, Alexander- 7 wilffvw. ll - . ' . . ' Tolle. X. Sulhvan. S. Rannazzm. .1,wf.v.-1 IM ...mgxlfw-ol.vfNW-ll -ll-vm - - A X K wwf f- X . . 492 w..f,.5 ,ri .v " , ww. X w , 'o" Fl 'ml ZX w. If Koch, L. Vaclnnis, B. Sullivan. fn ,W ... o 1 l C ' HQ? w WHY . A , X V 66 .Q ART Left to Right: Coffey fDepart ment HeadD, P. Krevoruck, W. Gold stein. MUSIC Left Row - Ist ROPV G. Mfatthews A. Wayne, Department Head F. Men- delsohn. 2nd ROW Canzoneri, J Skinder, Kingsbury, R. Killian, 9 4+ HOME ECONOMICS LEFT TO RIHIIT: K. Sawifki, Depzurtrnr-nt IIr':1cIg E. 4I1"SSlIIJQ E Ciaravinug R. Malonf-y. INDUSTRIAL ARTS FRONT ROW L. to R. - H. Cwick, CDepartment Mm Headjg K. Kist, A. Ross. REAR ROW M. Shapiro, R. W'-w Greggo,U. Ludwigg B. Muccioli - Cabsentj. 73,51 ef?-'ZQX jf,-W VQ , C31 .11 , I V W - - pr A' I Y . 9 filiiligirjlixs 111111151 , Vw PHYSICAL EDUCATION Left to Right: C. Sfhiegcl, E. Liskou- Sky, .-X. Bomdi, G. Lime QDcpt. Hvadb D. Yollnier, Clinrpek, G, Cru-n blnttl L. Brown, A. Dodge, Mc-gale BA CK RO W. .UH HEALTH AND HYGIENE Left to right: Miss P. Ferenzakg Mr. T. INrIcDor1ald. CLINIC Left to right: A. Ricigliano, E. Piper, M. McConnell. G4 5 W ,Q 5. I, .5 ' I ff ,. 62 -if 4 2 L. f 2 Q f 1 ,.,. Um. , 7, .ref--W f I V. xp., ..,. I ' . --f.:.:wf,1 :,. "1 .ifzafrwv ' Y. . . , . . , .. "'- F' C11'f': ' l 4 - 323-1 I -7295 g 553355 6 3:..5,ga:sfs.,:,,, J . fe fi: 1- V, .V f-:M-1' ': 1525123-i::I5I 5 Is ' ' ' ' - ' " ' C' " yxfff .Z,f.1,:f:3A5,:f5:' Af Q 333455, ,I - 'M A .1 ' .I 'f I 5 ,W fc. I V Wmnug 'Awww . I WQ ' f, vlan-mm Wawmwmw ' 'I 1 Wrmmumggm. A -- Y mwmw .,.. I.. A h ':"fWm1wsqmK,i . 3951" , I ,W Wh., V. A .C X ,.-, x 'X is Nw- ww ,X I I f ! X Z ,f W ff W 2 , 2, 5 K f 1 f QW v, f Q. . ' ,QEZ . uf I ,,,, I vm.. -av h.W...,..W.x-w,.,..,., fmw,-..M.,,.,.,,,, HLMIZWZQ' -ef 4' 4 r Zi, V 41, .,. f-.4 rfn, . f- Q I, 4, S - fm.. fm. . ,I Ho I gel ' , f MA .Z , 4 i I I f f tl K 1 L A X 44 , ,,,,,,.,f7, Wggnjtni 'lfmnl I P. f-V-,, ...rf OFFICE STAFF FIRST ROW - A. Strachan, G. Angelillo, R. Blum, I. Mina- han, E. Devereaux, G. Sprague, E. Valver, C. Reynolds. SECOND ROW - H. Bertrand, H. Tonnesen, M. Hanlon, R. Ricigliano, M. Wectawski, M. Hines, M. Rauscher, E. Murphy. CUSTGDIANS SITTING A. Gargano, H. Higney, M. Perkowsky, F. Meister- knecht. Standing - Ist ROW A. Pivarnik, B. Meisterknecht. Standing - 2nd ROW M. Riggiola, Nehrwein, F. Barbella, J. Kirchhof, O. Garnes, Gretchen, R. hleyer, LI. Motley, V. San Filippo, L. Schrnit, T. Tabano. CAFETERIA FIRST ROW: left to right: E. Gaiser: G. Zachryg J. Monuskyg M. Werner: A. Magistrog H. Greiner: M. Ostwald. SECOND ROW, C. Vantineg H. Trifari, S. Abbateg M. Sparacinog A. Manzini, R, Hawk. Not present: H. Garnpg L. Drake, S. Piazza. BUS DRIVERS Left to Right: M. Espinosa, F. Cleary, F. Boiko, A. Masino, W Trimble, L. DeSimone. 70 r t X t , if ff f a ff GUIDANCE Guidance assists the pupil in gaining self-under- standing as the basis for meeting his needs, solving any of his problems, and aiding in his development as a mature member of society. The services of guidance are a very necessary and important part of the total educational progranr and are designed to help all pupils rrrake adequate ad- justments. Encompassing, as they do, the whole child, guidance services are complex, dynamic, and essential not only to the pupil but to the teachers and all other school personnel. The guidance program, in general, provides the following services: ll Collrrfiorr of izrfornmtiorr about the pupil - This makes available to all educational personnel significant, usable, and accurate informa- tion concerning the home, background, physical sta- tus, and all the phases of educational development. 23 Pr'oz'r',tion of Zi?IfO7'77Z!lffO7l for the pupil - Thusly, the pupils ability to meet his personal, social, edu- cational, and vocational needs, as he progresses through school and enters the world of work, de- pends in part upon his access to many varied and reliable sources of information. 35 Courztclirzg - Y Left Below Bottom Ev odiustment in o changing world The primary aim in counseling service is to assist each pupil to appraise his assets and liabilities. to make wise choices, and to solve problems with in- creasing self-respcrnsibility. tr Plarwrrrrrrf tfr'z'irct --- The aim of placement is to aid pupils in their ad- justment in the educational and vocational aspects of their school and future lives. 51 Follozt'-zzjr ferr'- icr' --- Follow-up is a broad service which enables the guidance department to measure the ClTf7CflX'f'1'1t'Qi of the schools guidance services as well as the adequacy of the total educational program. 65 Irr-trreire train- ing of school pcryonrzel f This refers to familiariza- tion of school personnel with procedures and tech- niques of guidance, and this plan of training helps to insure understanding and cooperation between the counselor and school personnel. 7l Co-ordination of rcliool, home and CO77Z77Z1HZffj' f The adequacy of the school's guidance service. is dependent, to a large extent, upon the edective co-ordination of its activi- ties with those of the home and the community. 81 Evaluation, 7'F.9Ct1I'fl1, and dcztelojrrrrerrt - This in- formation serves a valuable function in the develop- ment and improvement of guidance services. erything will work out fine once in the hands of lNIr. Sawicki. Mrs. Aaronson lends a helping hand. FIRST ROW Left to Right: M. Carroll, Haste. E. Portmore, R. Derl: SECOND ROW: E. Aaronson, R. Brown, L. Balletto, F. Sawicl Director: I. Failows, lylorsello, Mrs. L. Price. l tr s fr 45 s f Mwvfw ,. ., y,mvsL:v,sM I fs-ww vwmwy '-v--if 2' or-""" ---Q..--v' i ev E, A A - a-Eiiilfig , X 2 I f A .,,,, ,f , I ' K I, I ' ,,,, ' ,N K I 511.4 V-v' . fx V. W m'-ff fb W1 Q .. Q., G 5 ' f l Q "" 1 ,- .5 Q by - ,A ' 5 0 vt' Q 1 A-'A -'AA' 0 f AA AA,, , f f M ,.VV ,A V,q I bu A fd P ff ' A , ,,.. in 1 V f a M I i 9 , , L 4 4 wa W - mf I . Q , fn f i Z, ' W ' S f 1 ' 2 if 4' ""' Kf 1 'iz W 'tif 'Q , 2 '-"' WW. '22 ,, WT' 7 f ' I G v gh Q f, a , I , I ' I wwf . V W WM, f f 4 ' 6 - 4 W W My W, X 2 5 is A V ,Z WWWWMAW Z, fm ' ,Liga - 5' 4 V W., -I ,,,:Mz In Q QQQQV A W V. QLQV NJ , , , ..x, 1 A .,,, , f ' MQW? by R 3 Q3 .Q :l i A tk" ' 'E' 1 'mf ' 1 , "" x F , T , -f+ ' .4 ' X - A ,. gg ig H-5' 2 - fn S' ' .. .. 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Kreyoruck's Class hard at work, zffqiiiifaa- 1 ' Wm.. 1 Our Art Department. headed by its new chairman X111 Coffey, has been taking great strides this year. Courses are being offered in the fields of Cartooning. costume de- sign, drawing, painting. graphic arts and the history of art. Other courses like 3-D design are in the planning and will be offered in the fall. Owing to the efforts of the students in this depart- , . 'iff A ' .. '44 2 ment. both the Senior and Junior shows were advertised this past year by beautiful posters. Last spring the depart- ment aired its talent in the form of an Art Fair. There the students showed their work and as a result many art objects were purchased by parents and teachers. ififgi ., The Art Department strives to cultiyate interest and talent both in the budding professional and the interested amateur. 'Te 'xxx ' .AAI-9 TX:-. Tk INDUSTRIAL ARTS - HANDS HARD AT WORK DEVELOPING THE ARTS OF INDUSTRY 'IIIII' IIIlIllSIII.lI .Xrls IIvlw.1rl111v11l pmx'InIm's Im' IIII' lm'In1n'.1I IIQIIIIIIIQ III mln- xIX1IIs su gnzllly 111-I-III-II IW IncIllwl1'x IUKI.IX', In IIII' slmlws lI1s- Iww xxwrlx on .III sorts UI lII.lL'IIIIIt'N .Incl cxllx, 1IUL7llII'IlTQ,UIDVIXIIIIIQ nnxl Icgn'ni11g'.nImI1l IIIVIII. IIIIIVOUQIIOIII tI1v N'l'.Il'I1lLlIly Iwgnnilnl procl- ucts .nv turnml ont. 'Ib sI1mx' lhvw wan-S and LIispI.1y 1111- Iwovs' NIQIIIN, mall spring this alv- pnlnllcnt SITUIISOIIS an IIILIIISIIIIJI Alix Fun: Prim-s arc .1wg11'cIvLI In x'A1'im1i l'I.1S5IIIL'.lIIlWIlN for OLIISIJITCIIIIQ work. .15 lI1v Ivmx slum' LIIL-ir I1ancIiwo1'k. TOP RIGHT: X111 Ludwig KIEITTOITSIIALIICS an electriml IJIIITCIIDIG. BELOXY: Klcchkxnicnl draw- ing Studvnts work out L1 p1'oI5IQ1n. BOTTOINI LEFT: Finished produfts from Industrial Arts Fair. BOTTQKI RIGHT: 1111 lIuCCioIi's boys' examine an engine block. .....,.-wauanuu sz U I I I a T ' 402 ' t M W If , W., y. 4, - fiflygk "'MII 212 II? , jam , 1 - am.: fi I I Q Z 955 fl? X X M my , I WW' "I" in ,-.J XX I'- .4..,g...... . , a-.Q-1.-Q. 12 -.4 First Violins: Hall, S. fwIcDonald, F. Caldicott, A. Breit, J. Jannes, L. Buck, C. Kessler. Second Violins: C. Smith L. Shawiak, B. Lowe, L. Nardotti, I. Hradecky, G, Mei Kenna, Rehfeldt. F. Brohn, E. Lotto, L. Petry. Violas: H Belinky. Graves, F. Hinzer. T. Lenda. Cellos: L. Howard M. Irhazy, Leatherman, NI. Kassler, Hawkins, C Lomax. String Basses: D. Sill. L. Behrman, P. Kluse. Flute: H. Delane. Carbon, L. Dunkel. Clarinet: R. Barth, B. Callahan. Oboe: XI. Gesimondo. Alto Sax: G. Harnrnond, Gillespie. Tenor Sax: KI. Paparo. Bassoon: B. Rogers. French Horn: R. Osedach. P. Nilson. F, Riendelsohn, P. hlorell. Trombone: R. Duschenchuk. D. Durasoff. Percussion: H. Rogers, R. Thwing. C. Romanelli, P. Puff. - - - AND THE BRASS WILL CLASH - Under the direction of Mr. Xfatthews. the Union- dale High School Symphony enjoved a successful vear. At the Junior Show. Lost Horizon. our orchestra cre- ated an Oriental mood with music. Christmas brought the PTA. Clhristmas program. The orchestra accom- panied the choruses and soloists and performed won- derfullv bv itself. The Spring Festival brought another evidence of the talents of the Uniondale Svmphonv. Perfoiining semi-classical and popular selections. each selection was deliverecl with the quality and precision which are the tradenrarl-ps of the orchestra. The Sffflifil' and junior Cfhoriises under the direction of Klr. Kit-nclelsohn and N111 Killian gave manv fine performanres during tht- school vear. The junior Cho- rus presf-ntf-d several unusuallv line selections in the PTA. Christmas program and again in the Spring Festival. At Clhiistruas. the Senior Chorus and A Cap- pella Choir perforined traditional carols as well as some new ones. The Spring Festival brought a medlev from Float r Drum Sfirig and several choral works bv Mozart. The qualitv of the presentations bv the cho- ruses was an evidence of hard work and dedication. The Uniondale High School Band. under its director. Mr. Wavne. once again filled the school vear with harmony. The marching band performed at half time during home football games. The shows. which have included the Band Dancers and Twirlers. have become a part of our football season here at Union- dale. Pep rallies. games, parades. all these would be incomplete without the band. At the annual Spring Festival. the concert band presented the fine music we have come to expect from it. The Dance Band has become a bv-word for entertainment at school dances. Alwavs we have ex- pected the best from the band. and alwavs we have received it. 7 V.. f . ,. f, ' . 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' Q ..,,, Q I '- wr, 31 ' NA, if , Q. , ' ' Q Q Q ,Q Q . Q s qkkx "S Q 4' Qi "" x"x mr , . "' S ' - , V - ' - AM ' J-if'i.Q4., V L ,',. 5 lr fl' ' "i 3: 'A , . 1' 'S ' " Flutex: H. DeLane. L. Howard, L. Dunkel, Carbon C. Ziminski. Oboe: M. Cesirnondo. Bzztvoon: B. Rogers, J Kassal. Clarinett: F. Leitner. L. Doboe, R. Barth, R. Calla han, R. Bliller. QI. Gillespie. S. Seitz, R. Fraites, P. Buckley, L. Gibson. D. Swinney. F. Harnisch. H. Newsom, G. Mit- chell. ISI. Knabbe. .-X. YN'engart. Alto Clarinet: G. Hammond Ban Clarinet: L. Schmidt. V. lN'ilson. Saxophoness M. Pa paro. S. lNIaCDonald. Kliller. Trumpetv: V. Lambert, R. Hopf, V. Cenchi. B. Weiner, R. King, Trapani, T. Kier- nan, S. Sheie, A, Barca. Trombonev: D. Durasoff. R. Jacobs, R. Duschenehuk, L. Shawiak, P. Puff, D. Browne. F. Gold- berg, S. Lilker. Baritone: K. Andresen. Frenrh Horn: R. Osedach, P. Nilson, P. Morell, F. Mendelsohn. Tysz. Tuba: L. Tintle, Vwl. Duryee, A. Renneiser. PEI'L'UKY1'07l.' H. Rogers, R. Thwing, A. Carter, Valver, R. Garsik. D. Scott. Bells: C. Romanelli, Gianeone, I. Stubbs, A. Stubbs. - - - AND THE TRUMPETS WILL BRAY - FRONT ROW left to right: Mr. W'ayne ladvisorj , F. Leitnerg R. Burthg L. Doboeg RI. Paparog R. Fratesg R. Rogers: C. Romanelli. SECOND ROW: H. Rogers, V. Genehig R. Qsebachg V. Lambert, R. King, T. Kiernang R. Jacobs, P. Puff, R. Duschuekg D. Sill: R. Thwing. e 2 LET'S RAISE OUR VOICES -y- V. .,,,., i 1 7' !- 1 k KY U '4 , I 'x'qi I I If ,A, . If-I Iwma, '38 JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS Mr. Killian. DIRECTOR fseated at pianoj FRONT ROII' LEFT TO RIGHT: R. La Brecqueg T. INIog- lia: Penna: V. Cappagli: BI. Crahiimg D. Hunt: D. Lutt- kus: P. Puecio: L. Hard: RI. Cleary: K. Toner: KI. IVeberg G. Cutaro: D. Mgiestranzig D. Nielson: K. Lyons: S. Kochg KI. Cave: M. Hlinko: D. Crane: I. Williams: L. Gallagher: A. Zirninski: KI. Kutlowg L. Thornby: C. Hunt: Fordg L. Bianco: NI. Klirnrzuk: T. IYoodg D. Malunowicz. SEC- OND ROW: R. Setterberg: B. Peeney: T. Kluse: C. Laend- ner: S. Brown: Pescaz L. Rosetti: K. Anderson: S. Sheie: J. Dornbrowski: S. Obenshning D. Burke: I. Hraclefky: P. VViIhoite: BI. Caskin: L. Heal: Pierry: C. Budnlenhagen: C. En7: D. Ford: C. Mannarino: C. Miroloz A. Cropsyg Czillisoni D. Brown: Chziiking N. Hartmann. THIRD ROIV: Doulei R. Carsik: C. Sehlitt: R. Brown: L. Szyrnanskii L. Shaw: A. Kfalonr-: S. vIz1c'oI'rs: O. Loberta: L. Egloffz QI. Rfiusrhf-rg E. Fuller: fXICSI'1ea: A. Weislmar: E. Valentinig C. Fnllerz L. Pivarnik: N. .-Xlberoz D. Lovera: J. fNIiIIer: D. Puvoqel. KI. Hzillclorsoni 'Wilburgeh C. Thomas: NI. Horvath: I. Slulvlisz M. Minahan: E. Daviesg XV. Prediman: C. Miglinoriog E. Tiernnn: C. Rybak. FOVRTH ROW: P. Hamilton: B. -Ialmlonowskyz C. Srliaf-fer: S. Jfivorowskyz R. Casey: B. Havecker: C. Ziniinskiz I. I'If'I7f'I'f D. Walsh: D. Hollenbachz E. Sliepperd: K. Seroda: S. Foqmeq: C. Srhyndziloizl K. L'V. T L'nw-I.,..-,f- I Q .,ff...- C X'qvlf- I 1 I If Rafi 2 y.? w I A I "Hire Alu I E 5 162:11 Senior Chorus SENIOR CHORUS -f DIRECTOR - Mr. Mendelsohn FIRST ROW: K. Morreale, D. Baginski, G. Svhalk, A Havens, M. Sheridan, M. Bevkenhailpt, M. Piakameny M. Ryder, E. Lowe. L. Smith, ll. Boni. jones, L. Paine R. Hrzidccky, C. Young, C. Fieldson, S. Pearce, K. Simpson R. Fishbein, M. Caldicott, SECOND ROW: N. Carey, J Geist, C. Voolens, A. Brieit, L. Welch, C. Poniatowski, A Yuriezi, Baker, S. Novak, T. Bashkoff. THIRD ROPV: A Mathews, P. Siegler, A. Greene, C. Levy. J. Piarentino, B Page, P. Higgens, M. Reimer, M. Timmes, L. Henry, R Miller, T. Norman, E. Davis, M. Mosea, B. Collins FOURTH ROW: A. Aleove, O. Milton, C. Romanelli, R Barber, D. Fahrni, C. Ballwig, H. Wustenhofif, C. Rapiniel S. Hztver, C. Gunclerman, M. Pastorini, V. Lambert, R Martinez, A. Tuffarella. W A MEDLEY OF MUSICAL MEMENTCS 'F' 45 C if I HOME ECONOMICS - THE ART AND SCIENCE OF HOME LIVING IIOIXIF. ICITONUIXIIUS 'lllw lioiiiciiuilxiug ill-lwulim-lil ollkis muix it which .ire ol' grtxit x.ilui- lu ilu- mul.-N15 mlm clioosv Q . ' . ' ' IIIINUS llIk'Ill. Ili-rv ui ilu' lioiiu--vuuiuiiiics IUUIIIS llivx' It-gum to pI't'lLII't' ilu-mist-lu-s lm' lllc liiliirc. liIlllI'I' gilmli' gilinlglncc, 1. the girls lc.u'u to cools, st-xx, Lulu- rpm- ol llicixisvlxi-s nuicl their luture liouivs, liuslxuuls .uul vliililrvii. All types ol' coiirsvs gut- I-Ill-it-tl lwm ilu' si-xvulli grgulc Il1lOlIgll thc lxwllilli giiulv. 'llici iurluili- not uicrcly sew- ing and cooking but persoiml liygiviu- .uul cliiltl ture us well. Homeiunlxing activities are not liiuitvtl to school hours. The junior and senior F.I'l.A. are tim ol' the clubs aHiliatecl with the Iloiue-Economics tl:-piiitliii-ul. These worthwhile groups holcl sessions which iucluclc discus- sions on cooking and seuiug. .ui .uiuunl held trip to places of interest, besides making things for chziritable organizations. t 3 41+ WE 'Xxx N 1 - - . f .. -. I 15" -"Jr-Q .UL f ' g ft f 1 'Off -fs 52- N . ' " "-' 'f : "'i ' - A ,WN ' ' , I M .,., .,. I . -1 - wa - '- 3 " . . f , " ' W' - W7 4' : ' ' -'-Q"-' X Y S X 'K . - ,X 4 N -X X . I -x ss.gsw5si's. N K X f , La. si. X eu 1 - X' s " Y X X x BOB Y N X QS 1 sgxvs Xxx xi Q x Y s. .X X X vim 5' .lyk XE X 8.5, 1. Boi is N QXSQ VVS SQ Avg? SX Nix: wet Je- 3 ,. , t Q X Y ,V C xg Ri-'CQ f + 1 S ss rr' Q tm Y' ' 'Q 'Sb 4 9 Q i 2 it X K' M 5 - 53 I r X- K ti fm S sf ' 'Af , X. ' sr K ' ,L fy , ca 15' if 7,125 ff! , Q ms '+ Q- ima ,fi X as 9 , c up 5 fa , I ,Sf ,X 3, 1 I M K 4, .1 if e f Q if wa 3 s, N? if 'I' 1 f 1 ff 1, 01 5 of Q 4 .4 , A 1 A' v ' f f 1 , as f ,7 I I 1 ..::.,- 3,3 - 2 1 X 3, L:liV, Y.,..,.,,Zi.vv " ' X X-V Q1 f' 'f ly .V 1 it .K . . :V -- ir-g' t X ' A I 'fi M . if Q 2 , lf 5 - A :pf xf 4, 4, .W .Wy .Ugg- , :fc-22-. , 'A H , , an I L U . 'Q ' ' Q , frrfw 9 r. 329. L xy? , ' . f ra 4,3 5.3, ,. f L id 3519.1 Motoasca. J. Pietroforte, C. Ramsey KSITTINGQ, E. and Mrs. Sawicki have tea.. ' l f '-' ..-,i i QQNQQ X I I . ABOVE: Bliss Maloney expains about zippers to C. Hageman, Ni. Bardi. BOTTOM LEFT: Home Ec. girls F. Blaha. NI. Cicero, E. lNIoto- asca. D. Piculell, and Pietroforte practice child care. 'w BOTTOM CENTER: B. Windmuller serves N. Zarerriba, S. Sagan, M. Rininslancl, and Mrs. Sawicki. BOTTOM RIGHT: get set to bake a cake. M. Mustachio, D. Handlin, and B. Buckley at ' 2,-Z. V. W, , 4 79 3 2 . iff '3 ' "-L 'Q f ,af PSY' I .. Eg nw- '- 5' fx ' . . -. '-'-"NM v im x i w Ji w Ak.: W X 4 W .V W ,I ' 'liiliil I ,A 'I 'ffgff-fi! .,.. vi--' j" 1 ,,..l""" . - 'T . :fe ' Wifi! I y r . 4 QM, ,, ',7:v" I mfg . .wt 'Shu v- ,fy if J ' ' I' - w if 1 t "' P 77 "1 .Wifi ' , W , f 1 , XM gg, ,,. , AL gp, w X I 4-5 O ' fl 4152: N Xf'X"mb. ff, I QX , .S , ' 7. -' fl ' "J I Iliff . L' 'I -"' 4 E ' -r -fo' V . - .. , V -1 ,Q fee U v . A t .I . .n A. I Q Y E K V g . , 33, 5-..v.,.., ' wa f .V l wif, ' I . .Q - -. A g- If mi . . 'I f - MA, ' Z .... ., ' ' 36 - I I ft I Q . ,,, ...., V, I if ' sf-wg.: v -n .1 , H 2 . if 1 uf - if pi. I If W .. f -1. A I f K N 'Q - X CURTAIN GOING UP - - - Rlcnihers of the Junior Show: FIRST ROW: M. Ford. R. Hra- deckcy. T. Lenda SECOND ROW: E, Donohue. D. Miller. J. Kling THIRD ROIV: H, Whitney. J. Baker. Ritters- hausen. B. Seyerino, A. Breit, Wittman. E x ,,r,,- Curtain call after Lott Horizony. DRAMA Drama, an important part of the extracurricular life at Uniondale. again provided excellent entertainment in the fonn of hoth the Junior Play and the Senior Show of 1960. Lott Horizom, the Junior play and the first dra- matic piece to he presented at Uniondale. proyecl a great success. 'Under the able direction of Mr. Billiq and Jack Vittman, the student director. the drama was produced. An oriental motif proyided the hack- drop, and the beautiful scenery accented the theme. The Uniondale orchestra musically set the mood. The Juniors outdid themselyes in their production and the prospects for an excellent Senior Show next year are in sight. Cast of Ju Conway .... . Helen ..... Mallensori .. Barnard ..... High Lama . Chang .... nior Show f LOST H Lo Tsen ...... , , , Bliss Brinklow ORIZOXS . . . . . Ed Yulke . . . glean Baker . . . .Bill Hoppe Harold YYhitney ,Lynne Lappin . . . .Ted Lcnda Ryna Hradeclxy . .June Kling L , CURTAIN GOING UP - - - .Xs 1,1.1p Xegu' L1I'I'1Xl'Ll the 5t'Illt'1l'N hi-ggui work 011 their show, Ll 11111810111 L'0111l'L1T, C1411 C.'1'r1:,1'. The play was set 111 EXITYOIILI 111111 ns the cowlmoys mpm-cl their doggics the cuwgi1'1s tried to rope their 111011 in the true Leap Year spirit, The guuics of Oily cowboys and frieiidly 111L11LlIlS, giiyly L'091llI11FL1, p1'ox'i111-11 1111LlI'1OllS e11le1'tC1i11111e11l for 1111. The Senior Show was Co-di1'ectec1 hy two students, Jack 1Vi1t111n11 and Lincla 1XIf1Ll1A1'11. 1lI1C1L'l' the guid- ance of 1NIr. S. Billig. The large L1l1C11l'I1CCS at the per- forinanees enjoyed the presentation and evmyone agreed that the Seniors had done it again. Plaudils to the drania group for outstanding pro- ductions and wishes for continued success. Danny Rose Molly Tess . Lank Louie Sam Jake Cast of Senior Play f Girl Crazy Ed Yulke . . .Sandy Paparo ......Jean Baker , . , Ryna Hradecky . . . . Tom X'Vildes , . .Harold Vlhitney . . . . . .Bill Hoppe . . .Lynne Lappin Members of the Cast in informal rehearsal. senior show a Mr. s, Billig rmivism FRONT Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: C, Kaars. H, Whitney, Wittman, D. Miller SECOND ROW: R. Weiner, QI. Ritt6rSh2111S6f1, H. Rubin. C. Collins, R. Hradeckey. M. Ford, L. Mauren THIRD ROW: V. Lambert, Baker. B, Severino, T. Lcnda, A. Breit. .. in 1 , Mr. Billig shows Bill Hoppe how it's done. 83 U 1 -51 jf DRAMA DOINGS -:rf fps-'Q if yin VE , ,f A wg, P WJQYQ QU- -fx' 5 N . , m. 5135 "7 ff' .1 SKS' ?..4l' A i l - , RETAILING, WHOLESALING, TYPING AND SHORTHAND BUSINESS EDl'CA'l'lON Approximately thirty percent of eaeh year's Class is preparecl lor the husiness world hy our Business lfclueation Depart- ment. Fifteen tlillerent suhjeet classes ol- fer a wide variety of courses, training stu- dents for johs in retailing. lwookket-lying, Clerical and secretarial fields. Two Clubs open only to husiness ina- jors are the Business Education Cluh and the DECA. This year the Business Ed. Club instituted a mail system for Christ- mas cards. It proved a great success. and much Christmas Cheer was spread through- out the school. ff 5 R 3 QI' Q 1 ,. f E . , My , - an fqmzm.. ' li Above: BUSINESS CLUBQ FRONT ROW: M. LoRusso. J. Antonurei, A. Musso. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Packert fAdvisorl, C. Calahretta, P. Dopfel, C. Ciaealone, M. Rossetti, J. Connavale. M. Lowell. K. Caputo THIRD ROW: B. Russell, lX1rs. Whaley tAdvisorj. NI. Brady, M. Ri- baudo, P. Cantone, M, Cicero. C. Daniels, A. Donisi. 1 is -. . . f Seated - Bertrand fPresidentj Maryann Cicero KTrea.turerjf, Stand ing - D. Mongeon CAdyisorl, D Thorpe. E. Roode. B. Mandalla. A Graffagnino. B, YN'inters. R. Kearney M. Stern. L. Berkey SECOND ROI1' Q LEFT: DECA CLUB FIRST ROW. Nugent, G. Wlintrieh, L. Kinnaird. G. J. Galley. R. Fueeillo. R. Jenkins. A. Altornare. D. Dehlitry, YV. Devlin. G. NN'oolnough. BI, Cillen. N. Criscione. BELOW VOCATIONAL CO-OP STUDENTS Pre- Nursing and Dental Assisting FIRST ROW: L. Swensen G. Rodman, Ferrara. Jo Serge, A. Puleo, S. Charnos. X L. McKeithan, M. Schlosser T. Tully, R. Proeicla. E. Grun- ert, F. Toomey SECOND ROW: M. Laurice, G. Brady, D. Hultz, H. Schwarz, S. Hubble, Mrs. Piper QAdvisorj K. Hansen. Mr. VViedenhoft, lAdyisorj, lxi. Caruana. J. Snider. P. Al- teria, M. Sparher, L. Feldman. D. Neilson, M. Freyer THIRD ROW: D. Talley. D. Sallah. J. Midgley. J. Stark. E. Eck, F. Somelofski. P. Lundell. M. ltliglino. H. Seberle. W. Buckley, M. Moran, J. Golden, Castrogiovani. F. , Sessa. E. Drake. Marino, Presehock. T 5 vii at A A V I I fo X fix, .. ..:, 5 Sm I r 'f.,l' ' wa tv . be W, 6' y .9 Q TC DEVELOP THE MINDS OF FUTURE CITIZENS - Eyery year the Citizenship Education Department helps to mold the minds of Uniondale High School students. Headed by lNlr. Rowe, this department con- cerns itself with teaching history, past and present, and helping our students to become well-informed citizens for the future. In the tenth and eleventh grades our past history is focused on as the students are taught TVorld and American History. Wlhen they become seniors the Problems of Democracy course is offered. Just this year a new club was begun by the Citizen- ship Education Department called the U.N. Discus- sion Group. Its purpose is to teach the students more about the functions and true purposes of the United Nations. The Citizenship Education Department. as you can see, has a yery important job to perform, as it prepares us all for our future work by helping us to become ac- tive, well-informed citizens. muff 'rig gy V Miss Conway, D. Miller, J, Patterson, J. Swezey, E. Matosca and J. Ciezkowski make ready for class presentation. Q I th fweaffit an 'M QQ. E, V, 0 I W L'Nl'l'P1IJNA'I'lfJNS CLUB I"Rf2i'VT ROW If-fl In right: Mr. Milberg fiirlyisorjp C, l.a l'rm7in,n1 C. Kr-rznf-rg Qjollisrm .S'lff,'U,N'D lffillif llllIllHlf'l, READING, WRITING AND RHETORIC . IQNGLISII l3I7.I'.'XIi'I'NIliN'l' Uni' ltllgllsll Ilt'li.1l'liiia'iiI slrixvs in its x'gil'1i-cl pro - , . . , , QIXIIII to iiivisuisv slxills in NX'l'lIIt'Il anal spiiln-ii IUIILQIISII. lfiiipliasis is lilavml on clixii' lliinlxiiig, uniilnvln-iisioii appreviatioii .intl uwisiw-vt gixiiiiiiigir. Un tlic sewntli gtntl eiglilli gratlc levi-Is six-c'ial worla-sliops are ollivwcl iii lfiiglisli to silliplviiil-ill tlim prograiii, People vnrollecl in llivsv woilsliolw i'vu-ixv special attention and coiiCeiiti.itvnl work in lln-ir weak ZUTLIS. This year uncler hir. Rush ancl hir. Cfliristiv a de- Irzitiiig rluli has In-en UIQZIIIIXVKI. SIIIKIVIIIKZ who vvere iiiti-it-sit-ll sigiirwl up :tml Qlllfllllllll' xwrf' f'llII1lY1Z1lf'Cl in orcls-r that l'nionclaI1- lligli School might haw- a I't'IIIkl'4I'IlI1IllX'1' to a nzirifmal rlvliating Cont:-st, Anotlir-r liirivtion of tlie English clf-partinent is its support ol' this lihrary's annual Book Fair, This fair, In-lcl usually Im' sr-veral Clays, makes available to the stiitlvnt pap:-i'-hmincl hooks of all kinds. lt has piriw-cl to In: liiglily siicvessfiil and has stiiiiiilatvtl interest in reading. I DEBATING CLUB FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: I.. DiPaola. K. Simp- son. G. Wolos, R. INK-lls, Deutsch. J. Baker. M, Stauf fer, L. hlauren. Blr. Christie taclvisorlg B111 Tripler KALI visorl SECOND ROIV: R, Goldberg, C, Ziniinski, Mail- ren, B. Jacobs. if Below Right: Senior Honors English with Mr. Crowley at the helrn. Below: "This book was due two weeks ago." if ww im L.. yx THEATERGGERS FRONT ROIV. left to right: hliss Kelley CAClx'isorl. P. Jacobs, B. Bogan, S, Brisavh, S. Stolzer, M. Stiefaiiter, B, Reasenherg, M. Pastorini, L. Mauren S1ff.'47.YD Rtlllf' Nl. Gomer, Olsen, Miss Koch, L. lN'altcrs. Y. Laiiilgcrt, C. Rafael. '1 .l f A ft I 1 xt: 2 ff 'Q my ,my 1' 1 A-Y HABLA UD., PARLEZ-VOUS, PARLANO-LORO? RUSSIAN CLUB Above: FRONT ROW, left to right: R. Marr-ngo, C. Sturge, R. Kaplan. SECOND ROIV: lXIiss Chantz. I, VVyszynsky, R. Wleiner, C. Lambert. B. Edinger, B. Bogan, S. Stolzer, B, Goldberg, C. Pev- tel, G. Wfolos. THIRD ROIV: D. Perkins, C. Raph- ael, Young. P. Broy, R. Osscdach. SOCIETE HONORAIRE DE FRANCAIS RIGHT: FIRST ROW. R. Weiner, L. Howard, C. Lambert SECOND ROW. Buch. L. Solomon THIRD ROW. R. Jacobs, D. Barber, R. Reese, Leatherman, R. Kaplan, Mr. Peyser fAdvisorj. 'I-lIII1N egg 927 14 ' Z If la fr I "ww ii , f ' FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT The Foreign Language Department, now giving instruction in six languages, has again expanded its curriculum to include a second-year Russian course and a third-year Italian course. In class, studies included everything from simple grammar to the classics. Films, liestas, and Fetes have highlighted club activities. For the First time in Uniondale, a Russian Club was formed under the direction of Miss Chantz. The Spanish and Russian classes presented assembly pro- grams in the latter half of the school year. The Russian group presented native songs and dances, while the Spanish group celebrated Pan American Day. Certainly the language depart- ment has enjoyed a busy and satisfying year. I -f I . Q if "1 I v i agr a. 1 . I at we JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE FRONT ROW left to right: E. Clififordg P. Phillips: L. Battista fPre.sidentj SECOND ROW: C. Delnneyg 3.1, Thornbyg C. Gunderman THIRD ROW: A. Durante' L. Woody I... White STANDING: R. Boydg G. Gum-lqr rnang A, Pastorinig M. Okomski: J. Ncmcksisg Ryork. v Mtirescog R. Ostwardg E. Engcng R, Kranynar: I Tooneq Mr. Converse fadvisorl. K YES, OUR FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLASSES DO, DEl"l'SClII'2R YHREIN H W R FRONT' ROW Lt-ft To Ritgliti S. Martin f'l'if'r1i.l, ll. St'llM'.lI'7 IRM. Srfxj, 2 ici ' V, il 5' ll. Uranai fPu'.i'.l. bl. Bach fl'n'f' I'u't,J, B. Cox fffmr. Senj, Ellison. A S N ' V " I g , F5 fi fi 'i 'ID A , ' g 5 ' A.. .,,. ,' M - ' .- .B ' . Q V f '1' f 4 ' 5 Hvnkcn. SICCOND ROW: .'X. I.:-utjt-, G. l,ovwc'rilwt'rg l.'Xclxisorl, Uprvn- 7 , I X ' X 1 Clik. R. King, C. Pciitl, M. Trapaiii, M. Martinvk, Carlton, VV. Mrmlzi, C. in lf Joe, R. Lit'litc'iilwi'g. C. NN'oltinan. J. Wfitson THIRD RUIV: B. Svliaiiklollel, I 5 '1'1' I 'i f"'f F. Leitner, R. Clclwig, M. Stivfaiitcr, I., ZiI'I1n'l. D. Ilonolniv. fi. lXlaravalli, R. ll I 4. l F01'llLllMlt'l. F. Nielson, M. Llou'r'ii.iriti, N. llawks, ll. Hinscli. R. llolst. R. Nlar- A I tif-g4'g H It I Cngo, T. Kiernan. lNI. Zito. G. lXlitt'liOll. Bl.u'kni1in, S, Rmlnigin, A. Hil- lvg ,lTj7"'sy lerty. F. Fritsvlii. C. Brainswig. R. Bartli, D, Diirasoll. B. Bowman, R. Hoenes, AVIV l 2 ,7c3tL,s,j' I C. XVittinan, Prsonek. Wittnian, J. Watson, NV. Baumann. 1 ff,,f,.f 7 ""' f I , if-L... ,',, Pt U .ii i fl P w w? I J ... -- L: A 125 4. ., Y . .vi Q .. . , A CIRCLLO ITALIAINO FIRST ROW, left to right: K. Caputo, M, Rossetti. Lupo. C. Marcone. SECOND ROW: Mr. Gulizia. Cadvisorh. G. Otis. E. Donahue, M. Pastorini. J. Fenster, M. Roberts. R. Fiscina. M. Mastronardi, N, VVC-inberg, K. Selig, F. W'issel. THIRD ROW: D. Tsighis. G. Nlicolo, F. Lotito, T. Turner. J. Carrano, X ..... X ' , I s gg " '- I kisgiy. . J- " 'Y' wv.w,A.... M - - . M,,,,,,,XhXwk ,w QVQA Q V A-mms LE CIRCLE FRANCAIS FRONT ROW: Mr. Bisagni tAdvisorl E. Nemeksis. L. Solo- - 1 . I V V . man, E. Motasca, C. Lambert 5Pre.v.j, R. Ryniker KV. Preaj, B. . . .,:..-.-' , ' Q,t. . ':"vk "", lu I ,S Goldberg Ktreaiij, C. Sturge fSer.j, 2nd ROI1' D. Barber, E. lf. - " U , ' - .-'. .f V 5 5' J .if..l Lowe. E.Arat0li, D. W'allaCk, C, Fiedelson, J. Buch. E. Donohue. ' ' 'V A " if 'V:, I R E. Bogan. J. Mortei, D. Carey. C. Schultz. C. Horton. P. Gottlieb, A 1 ?' 'lv J V, S. Knpus. R. Lifhtenberg. M. Martin. 3rd ROW M, Eck. YV. ' ' I 3 lv. Q lirg i f Steke. Bianco, R. Duscbenchuk. Peters. C. Slough, Darcy, fi,3 fw Qf,f'M ll B. Rogers, N. Hoveman, M, Galioto. E. Hopkins, G. Koch. M. ,,,.,. Irazy, R. Kaplan. 131. "" 1 'M-5 v . "X - . .. , vit" ' .4 :p---4 , .-,, f ,..-:-.-.- - I A .,- -'f-' ..... ........,... i ,. me f ' A .....?5' EL CIRCULO ESPANOL .eg FRONT ROW left to right: F. de Legarreta CAdvisorjg A. Alcoveq fTrea.v.j ' N . .: .V ?"' r s E B. Edinger, KPres.j B. Kelman: G. Davis, R. Henry, E. Lotto. R. Hill: T. ' Q "f". . i' ".,:y ' my Mooney, P. Reinert. SECOND ROW.' R. Schorohod KSec.j,' H.. Delane KDV. .0 " t v sf W 4 Pre5.j,' E. Smitlag E. MotasCaq Rogersg L. Maureng N. Goldstein: Davidj Q, ' ' Y QL :ik "' ' ff song C. Rivellig CCG-adv1sorJ3 R. Hoffenberg. THIRD ROM: L. James. "- iiili Ri we B. Chepilg C. Henigang R. Fishbein, Giaimog N. Caldicottg Keenang P. In tv A.Q? . x 1 is t Gottliebg de Arrastiag FOURTH ROWg A. Blazog C. Collins: A. Breitg B. 1 In S Detteg R. Brathauerg R. Coheng R. Grable. J ,V ' T' K! . ' -----'r 4, sb JETS R. Ref-se. R. Larson, P. Lloyd, Mr. Alf-xfindcr tAclvisory. l". lmtilu, M. l'ir-rry, Leathf-rman KPrm.j, R. Rynikcr. FROM MICROSCOPE - SCIENCE The Science Department of Uniondale High School, headed by Dr. Elizabeth Simendinger, offers students a stimulating science program in preparation for future work in college or industry. The department Ogers diversified courses in Biology, Earth Science, Physics. Chemistry and Gen- eral Science. In addition to the planned curriculum, many extra-curricular clubs are in existence, including the Jets, a club for students interested in engineer- ing, the Bio-Ex Club, and the weather station group. The highlight of the year in the Science Department comes in llarch with the annual Uniondale High School Science Fair. The culmination of intensified work in all areas of science is displayed in the form of proj- ects submitted by the school's students. Over 500 exhibits are judged and prizes awarded through the cooperation of teachers and industrial sci- entists. The need for greater interest in science and technology in the world to- day is being adequately answered by the full cooperation of the students and faculty in a program preparing future leaders in the "Age of Science." 'ilt's just about time to transplant. Do you need any help?" BIO EX. TECHNIQUE CLUB A FRONT ROIV left to right: G. Mitchell: B. Pace: M. Irhazyg R. Hopfenberg: SECOND ROl'1': Mr, Rannazzisi Cadyisorb 3 INI. Wm Knabbe: R. Zellner: D. Chestnut: P. Reeseg A. Marcus: Mr. Griffin tadvisorj. S ts x -J An.. 2 I I 1 L I - E ' 2 3 2 BJ. N TO BUNSEN BURNER X TOP RIGHT Judy Olsen and Judy Buch are enlightened in the physics lab. Above: Mr. Alexander explains the use of the oscilloscope to A. Durante and Cambell, ....ww,W M , . -w-muiw iulvm ff f ,fl , 4 5 '1 1 ' ' 1 .4 I 4 X I 4 W VIS' A 9 " 1 .Z g , 3 f XX., . ' V ABOVE Science Fair Contestant ex- M! plains his exhibit to the judges. NATURAL SCIENCE CLUB Hawks, M. Governanti. L. Battista. Left to Right: Mr. Schleicher lAdx'is0rl. R. Holst, F. Kieffer, D. Durasofl. N. .,, ,ew V P in w .Xl . x 'lily x !,0lIV,Q M ll'.,I E W llll E F ru UQIB .fxtsrai I as , 5. Zyl a a le 'W PYTHAGORAS OR EUCLID WOULD SURELY AGREE - OUR MATH GROUPS ARE TOPS. W1 , s ff . ,, f gy g R X eufwf- ' A . ,,,, .1 N x,---f-s'-f-y- JUNIOR HIGH MATH TEAM FIRST ROW: J. W'ells, A. Millman, hir. Meisler tAdvisorj. G. Wolos. R. Wells SECOND ROW: R. Larsen, P. Lloyd, J. Roughley. J. Mauren, MATH Our Mathematics Department, headed by Mr. Francis B. Toner, is a major part of our school. It is one of the best math departments on Long Island offering advanced courses in ge- ometry and algebra. Recently, an accelerated course has been instituted to offer seven full years of math with many new and different courses. , Other divisions of the department are its Junior and Senior High hlath Teams. The Junior High intramural teams compete within represents the school in the Nassau County Interscholastic Mathematics League. W'in- ners of the intramural contests are awarded prizes for their efforts. M. Pimyq SENIOR HIGH MATH TEAM SEATED R. Darcy. Leatherman. STAND- ING R. Ryniker, R. Reese, hir. Toner. 1 I ,X l 1 I ll ., L'VT?' . -V lf ' f f N . t 4 I . 5 1 l 4 l A t vi 1 . X .t L , .. t K we X ' OUR SCHOLASTIC STANDOUTS Qllli! I SENIOR HONOR SOCIETY FRONT ROIV, left to right: R, Kaplan. C, Lambert frec- retaryjg E. Goljan Kpresidentjg l'VIiss Gaffney fadvisorjg D. Boxer fTrea5urerj.' B. Edingerg D, Barber SECOND ROIV: R. Crable: H, Rubing J, Bonog J. Carranog L. Sol- omon: P. Kluseg R. Weiner: BI. Sfalise: lvl. Kesslerg L. D'Elia1 B. Deutsch: J. Sparacinog Buchg J. Olseng Rosenfeld: N. Goldstein: P. Neilsong N. Hawks THIRD ROW: Hells. D. Duroffg R. Roanq C. Volturog R. JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY FRONT ROW left to right: L. DiPaolag C. Petersen fTrea5urerj, S. Obenshain, KSecrelaryj, Miss Meyer Cad- visorj. C. Zimenski fPre5identj, C. Weber KV. Prexidentj, M. Billo, R. Tvelia SECOND ROW: S. Chinnice, C. Clay- Jacobsg S. MCClyrnontg M. Governantig R. Reeseg C Solbergg J. Bealeg L. Howardg Biancog Leatherman E. lNIullerg F. Flor: A. Durante. NOT PRESENT: D. Lich tenberg fvife pre.tz'a'entj,' C. Granaig N. Hovernang J Youngg D, Adamsg C. Bnrthg B. Cox: Ellisong M. Fisher J. Cosgroveg F. Keifferg R. Dmuchouskyg T. Kiernang F Leitnerg E. Arntolig M. Zitog R. Rynil-zerg P, Rutkowski R. Wolpertg F. Shaverg R, Kingg C. Smith. ton, Craves, N, Muller, B. Page. B. Denny, K. Stivisin, A. Buddenhagen, J. Kliniasz, J. Carbov, C. Joe, C. Koch, J. Forsberg, Mauren. .KN , .W-1.3 A., .M 12 Zi' Y' IS: 8? 5 ., ,gf xr - K . .vf I A 2 .,, fs fs Q if- C oqtr , I f fl? .132 ,g ...,,.. H IQ! . .. -f nf 4 M",,'Z - .M t . , 3, JM .W W! 01,1 fff ' ,fff '274ffff 74. , ff 1575? 2.10: ,, IXlL R 4 .1 All Stale Mu Q10 sy Night Su .or orester Lee ' I.m::: .- ,A a fr THE BLACK 6 gffy Members of the Black and Gold staff take pride in their work, SEATED: A. Donisi, V. Ed- wards STANDING V. Wallace, C. VVeber, M. Trapini. BLACK AND COLD M' EDITORS Left to Right: Mr. DeRitis. V. Edwards, A. Donisi. AND GOLD IS ON THE SPOT THE BLACK AND GOLD Our school newspaper, the Blarlf and Gold, has become an invaluable part of school life. Its articles, always interesting and informative, cover every type of activity. Clubs, sports, special programs and special features have all found their places in its pages. Reporters cover every nook and corner look- ing for the new, the different, and the entertaining. The special features include L'Snooper Scoop." "Senior of the Future." and "Editors Briefcase." In the "Snooper Scoopf opinions of teachers and students on various questions were solicited. Juniors who show particular promise in sports or the arts were featured in the "Senior of the Future" column. From the 'kEditor's Briefcase" came the opinions and sugges- tions of the editors, Angela Donise and Verne Edwards. The Black ana' Gold again has proved a most interesting part of the school year. 94 .miondale H V' Y-Bl I WLWWCL i .-fA l if .4 , - as L31 H UNIQNUALE XX HIGH SCHOOL ,. , F L A s H f - , , I 'TH,WIfl.".L... 'Db CMH, MARCONE Bgsmess Club Supervlsmg Typmg Rooms 'FS Qwg A-Card Sale Perlecl Membershis. HHH, I ' - Play ulosi Hmilonv iA g3lHf ,2i.'.1i."'i.I..TM1T.T Scheduled By JH. . N1.'.1 llI I QQ! W m?3f,,,. rl E H1101 rlrvly. Whi w 1 ' I ,Pi 'Hssing'1 Aung -mwdcd Sf W . . WITH NEWS AND VIEWS. BLACK AND GOLD STAFF FRONT R011 1 it t qht T. Cricve, B. Kclmnn, Cru-Cue, F. Koth SECOND RON' C. Petersen, C Z l-. L DiPola, J. Graves, J. Carson THIRD ROW: Mr. DeRitis Cad- visorb. Deut h NI T p i, M, Rininslzmd, A. Douisi, C. Weber, V. Wallace, G. Lenard, J. Sokolski. f H10 turn! WPQ'iYN'1il1Q'1 LMA CTU SIGNATURE STAFF - - - MAKERS SIGNATURE For its third consecutive year, the Signature staff has been busy composing the yearbook. Through the de- dicated cooperation of the editorial, art and business staffs this goal has been achieved. Each staff has done its share to put the 1960 Sig- nature together, and this book is the fruit of many labors. Our business staff not only compiles and solicits advertisements but is in charge of all typing. Each and every picture is scheduled, taken and identified by both our identification staff and photographers. All written material. special information, and plans are accomplished by the editorial staff. This year's staff has worked hard to improve the yearbook, increase its interest and extend its coverage of school activities. Striving to produce a book to serve as a wealth of memories and a record of the schools history, progress and future tradition. the staff hopes that the 1960 Signature will truly be a 4'KIosaic of Memoriesf, SIGNATURE EDITORS H. Rubin. fLiteraryl. D. Lichtenberg fEditor in Chiefj. C. Kaars fManaging Editorg, M. Kessler, 4Business7. Kling fArty, P. Puff fLayouty. J. Whitman fPhotographyy, V. Lambert fSportsj, J. Rittershausen Udentihcationj NOT PRESENT - C. Lambert t'Caption Editory. T S SIGNATLRE ADVISORS Mr. Lyon. Mr. Goldstein. Mr. Blake. OF THIS MOSAIC OF MEMORIES Q IDENTIFICATION STAFF I E, O'Connor, B. Rosenquist, S. Weinstein, P. Augen- zuckar, R. Weiner, T. Fiore, Deutseh CAss't Ed.j I I ni? BUSINESS STAFF AND ART STAFF FRONT ROIV, Ieft to right: P. Gotlieb, C. Daniels M, Styblyna. M. Trapani. SECOND ROW: E, Ma- tosca, Lewis, NOT PRESENT: A. Arnatuccio, M. Cfrero, G. Cascio. P. Cantone, C. Ribaudo, B. Severino, D. Ricker. BELOW LEFT: Jean Rittershausen and Carol Lambert play detective of missing persons. Did you ever find out who it was? BELOW RIGHT: Dave Lichtenberg planning for that next deaCIIine. IW, I f I, rwv I- i 5 'W I W I wif' iv I ,MX 1. ., I L , IA If .F .1 Wag ,Q ,, , Q, , , M, , fm ag: 'iiwiiszji .IQ , as rl FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Miss Conway CAdvisorD, A. Alcove, J. Rogers, L. Mauren KPresia'entj, P. Augenzugker. M. Kessler, R. Fishbein, Y. Ahern SECOND ROW,- B. Ed- inger, E. Matosca. B. Bogan, P. Jacob, B. Rea- sonberg. E. Donohue, S. Stolzer. C. Fiedelson, M. Pastorni, M. Cantone, B. Deutsch, J. Sparacino, J. Morter THIRD ROW: A. Pastorini. C. Gun- derman, B. Meissner, O. Milton. M. Caldicott, R. Jacobs, S. Weinstein, P. Seigler, C. Kaars, J. Peters, L, Walters, T. Cakiewicz. LIBRARY CLUB LEFT TO RIGHT: DeNitt0: D. Seozzarii K. Bonannog M. Kuhl: R. Cohen: SECOND ROW: G. Truglio: A. Arenag INI. Vasquezg D'Atri: L. Kuhl: P. Reese: R. Hopfenberg. OFFICE SQUAD Marcella Mirande, Arlene Varrone, Anne Bud- deffhagenw Kathy Caputo, Paul Tobin. Robert Dzlenius, Robert Baron, Sharon Seberle, Diane Fahrni, Gertrude Schalck. Elizabeth Stafford, Dolores Baginsky, Pat Thomas. Mrs. Murphy Cadvisorj. ' IVQIRIIIIRE NURSES OF AMERICA 5f'4-411215. Ivlt to right: T. Mairigoldg Miss Rivi- sli-Hw kndvisoriz A. Rami. .QECIWD mm'- G' SUHIVIII1 .I- KIOS0wim'z: B, Sm1tIizi1'd1 S IAIOOVPZ I.. Skidmorcl QI. Kvcnmi THIRD ROI!" S- IIUIHIWII1 L. Schmidtg A, Yurivng R. Forn- nndvz: M. Sroilimri-if NOT PRESENT. C Smith: S. Smith: L. Dionisig B, Bcttinski. G BT-ICIYZ G- BHISHHIO: K. .Iordnng D. Kcmiyg K INIcShanC1 Painterg Smyth: C, Tesmvcrde. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA FRONT ROIV, left to right: R. O'Kray, E. Find- Iey. B. Konrad. D. Rickel. INI. Brady SECOND ROIV: A. Nemeksis. B. Starke, A. Karpowifh, J. Morter. B. Tsoucalas. B. Russell. B. Stawish, Mrs. Sawicki. THIRD ROI'i": S. Smith, C. Ro- manelli. C. Horton. C. Biiller. JUNIOR F.H.A. FRONT ROW, Ieft to right: Miss Maloney Cad- visorjg C. VVeber5 D. Campbellg B. Dennyg F. Ruppel SECOND ROW: M. Cotlowg C. Tist- helerg L. Weidner: B. Jonesg M. Minichang V. McKinley. J. Gravesg J. Klimaszg A. Budden- hageng M. Skinnerg C. Stallg R. Trielia. I F' '-1 5. L' 5' r . , 4 for xxx-I 1- . .ff X 1-4 -,.1-,,, ' :I , ' A l A X , V S RTW 1 'Z rn' girl 2 ff Z v i? vp yr I --Q i ffl Iii U Pav-fq 3 a 6 o , "-- f f, i,L..g:K'f,Qa Q 0 0 3 a' ' 'A A .V X 6 7 k 'usrnrr' 4 --U B3 N e I -f lnanllc T 0 O ,f 5 9 . iff'-H' .4 1 zu K n.. fr ff., 'iff' . M1543 ' A T Q Q I +1 fl al 31711 ,47:4I5zY vainly? 'V 'Bal "W ar Wi' 1..ixll'4 We 7 l-. CAMERA CLUB The Yearbook Staff wishes to expreSS i'fS sincere thanks to the Camera Club for its photographic help in the l96O Signature. This book could not have been as complete without its help. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB SEATED: H. Sill, E. Straffont, M. Billo STANDING: Wittman, R. Ilch, R. Weber, G. Bannon. G, Sterner, West CAclvisorD. CHESS CLUB Left to right, SITTING: R. Darcy. fPre.fidentj, J. Leatherman STANDING: T. Grable, R. Reese, F. De Legarreta CAdvisorj N. Goldstein. RIFLE CLUB rRONT Row, left to 1-ight. M. sais, R, Snider, C. Polo. C. Vita SECOND ROW: Mr. Aaron- SOH fadvisorh J. Roughley. J. Kleedorfer. THIRD ROW: G. Reynolds, W. Philp, F. Coraggio. , fl , , -,H . ..,1f,.f . K , fl ,df J, 'J J fff' f 11 1.12 .. , '-f" ' f ' ' ' ,Av-,,,.-,. v 'l YN IRLERS ' ' ,Mi ' 4, f, 7 9 , , WW, 1x.x1f1.1.mf.. Lu- 1 IO RIGHT: B. Betlmski, J . W 5 I ff, 1 - - ,, V h . , . V, - Ae -w ,A J- Q --', -Y Q Q X , Z 4. 7, L.. Millar, LM.l.loictlel. D. Pwulell QM4iyorettc-J, Re .J X . ,,,, K wig' A, ZW V WY ' w v N . i 5 1 K. A ,., f6f",ZQ??fj X I 21 ',f,,jVf,f ii W .1-fff lIlg.lI'Lll 5T:lNDIfXC1.' A. lN'I1lle1', B. Evamo- Al W .. -V . 'WM4 '4 Q. W' W5 1- - - -lllwf. L. Skidmore, Prcycr, Cos- , . , 5 Q A " ' ks'-X-3 11- J V .. I., . . , 1 . . , . 'W' f i SVUVV- U- IX- Joe: lNI. lXIom'S. N. Albero. H.. Q. , f I ff . . M Jmikyii ,.i..'-T:n.'K:f'.2:'..:... ' ' MQQU KC f WW. 4 '27'!f , .. . f ., K, ' " lf V W i ' . , ' " . ' f 'W f W E f, . ff 1. .4 'f gf, f J . , .N f . W' f 5 'V M , - ' Sv , A, , fyf. ff frmif . if YQ Viq' ' fffiwf-.2i,7f?f 'Xfff JWQWJZ. .45 E e'l ii ls I 5 s P . P C Q 1 5 . . f x L , s K 2 F 19" 5 RHYTHMETTE BAND DANCERS tr J . . KNEELING, left to right: D. Claro, L. Leckie ' 'J J if - . . I ,X S. Novak, S, Archdeacon, l. Ixissa Cco-captamj L 7 V B. Collins Cco-captainl, Pontorno, C. Smith B. Reasenberg. B. Nlurphy. STANDING: P Reilly. F. Santomero, C. Collins, T. Schenk, E Lindberg. B. Cuiliini. K. Caputo, Blackmore, J. Rogers, L. Faron, G. Camas. F N . . IU, f K f "'.U i, - L, ij' 1 l. J J. L Ol f J., ff J' Q7 J, lvl Mlxpifj L, 'ij Ubi 'QP N fl' 7 UV gif fl v wl Lf J l fx - Ji jl V1 0303! U ig 1 QUIV J UMD l A 1 f l i , i an Gi! HQ!! ,C if ff QL .C .. WNV ,X WEN W X. JJYLQ, f VARSITY CHEERLEADERS KNEELING, left to right: Bader Ccaptainj J. Rinca Ceo-captainj STANDING: S. Stolzer. P. Klimowicz, P. Kluse, B. Rosenquist, S. Smit- ten, J. Putignano, R, Migliaccio, C. Zajac, J. Na- politario. 5 y 1 . 1 1 Y F Ja is 1 1 w f VA 1,1 J V . .,,. .V 54 .5 4704..- " ' .' A"'. ' f6 5 f .f V,-. 1. 1 I an . 4 ixfbf ' 1 .4 T I -WW i ""' , f. f .I THE STUDENT COUNCIL - The Student Council is composed of representatives elected from every homeroom. Each week during the school year, these students attended a meeting of the General Assembly. The first task to be dealt with was the ratification of the new constitution. During the school year Student Council committees were responsible for obtaining buses to the football and basketball games away from home and Christmas decorations in the main lobby. Again, as in past years, the Student Council under its Executive Board played its part in formulating school policy. An eHicient squad of moni- tors, principally upper classmen, assumed their duties early in the year. Under the able guidance of its faculty advisors, Mr. Crowley and Mr. La Panna, the Student Council accepted and carried through its many and varied responsibilities. Mr. Crowley and Mr. LaPanna are our advisors on the Student Coun- cil. MONITORS FIRST ROW: J. Wittman, P. Kluse, Mr. Crowley SECOND ROW: Beale. C, Kaars, R. Jacobs, J. Lewis. L. Thurston, L. Schmidt, NI. Scalise, D. TVallach, F, Flor, L. Campo, L. Gerig, V. Genchi NOT PRESENT: D. Lichtenberg. is' t.f. , il T V ' 5' I. 4' .fr M: ff I , fik eg ET? WW Z ,ff , of V9 ' . 44 , ff? Ti.: 7 OUR GOVERNING BODY AT WORK. av EXECUTIVE BOARD OF STUDENT COUNCIL LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Burke: A. Viola 1 D. XVallack: S, lX1cClymor1tg R. Baronowichg D. Donahue-g P. Varenko. W fx 01 5. , TTTTT STUDENT COUNCIL FRONT ROW, left to right: D. Wallack, C. Lambert, S. Stolzer. DeAr- rastia, P. Burke. I. Wizonki, R. Tuelia. SECOND ROIV: VVhitney, Ander- son, L. Faust, N. Peaclt, C. Zajac, L. Schmidt. Bader. M. Trapani. J. Ritter- shausen, L. Kuhl, K. Corbin. G. Woods. THIRD ROW: D. Kopelman, R. Barth. H. Schwarz, R. Baranovich, P. Nilson, Beale. C. Bramswig. L. Campo, S. MCClymor1t, C. Kaars, R. Setterberg. svdll my 5- 5III,??,Qj X: xf S- X i xy' 5 'K N, 5 1 Q, 21- 'Biff .XA I ,I flT'b , I pmfi' 3 lsiv 1 W., ITE Q 9 sn H 7 'O " 22: if ,gg MX., ' " z 'W , A. II Ip S- .,,.. is r ' -A, l 5' f ' ,. , " ,, 1' ' 7-ffl 'f , G ' E '- F-iw ":iQ""' V ,- is 'W , M' ' 3 45-L ' 1 1 s 1 9 4 1' - , Vi A Q i 'QI if ' 1 .X af' -,. R ! -9 WIQ,:' V ' 1 T Q P K f " WM 9 I U - J .A . , Q 2 , s , ,,1, ,, W' ,, gf,-f : I I I I ALQI. A, Q X - K uv 'jx-ASX 4. x"x if ' . . 'A-4, -as 5 .. wp I, X',-,,g 1 f , 1, ,, V "-'NNSIIII I ' . ,A I i Y X 4 Q! X.- ff 1, "" f fl? - Q ' , 2 fb 4- 4 , fa . Xxx X - .f , TT bw V 5 W" H? .- :Eff 657 27491 any 1, fy A '- 'y-p a r' 1 . ki ,-cv' ' i , ,Q ,f ,, , ' ' " p 31.11 ,f l , , - , , N- V+ , . f , 5 5 ' ,, ,21 4 , ,,.. 2' v?A1ia1f-'izazsgzgmz , I II I I 1 a IKYMI III ,,, , I,,.f. 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Solberg, T. Guido, R. Han- sen, P. Guistino. A, Latawatis, M. Schlosser: C. Presepio. T. Keck, R. Sparacino, R. Schmidt SECOND ROW: W. Remsky. A. Altomare, N. Giiordano, R. Grunewald. L. James, LaFrese, D. Fischetto, J. Vlfatson, B. Ferrara, R. Miller, B. Guglielmo, M. Black, M. Mullick, Mr. O'Doh FOOTBALL COACHES LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. hfegale, Mr. O'Doherty, Mr. MUT- phy, Mr. Krauser, Mr. Alexander. lll!!!!!!!!.l!!!ll!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.'!l.l!!M'1.!!.'!."f!ll! .ff it erty CCoachj THIRD ROW: hir. lkfegale fCoacl'1l, 3117 Murphy' CCoachl. N. Katsounis, Dombrowski. K. Ash- worth, T. Keenan, Lynch. B. Simmons, R. Kozlowsky CO0-Captainl, T. Hamilton fCaptainl T. Schmiegal. C Kepper, E. Schlitt. C. Schmiegal, H. Loson. GO-GO-GO-TOUCHDOWN Every year the excitement of Saturdays football game brings many moments of happiness as well as sadness. Eyen though a team Fights hard and loses. there is always hope for the next game. For us this year. this hopefulness finally came to a reality during the last part of the season. After los- ing our first Frye games, the team came back tre- mendously with an upset victory oyer Calhoun High School. Many people thought this was pure luck. They looked forward to the game with Sewanaka. The boys weren't going to let us down on this one. The Final score was TQNIONDALE 18 and SEXY- ANAKA O. This was the soundest beating given Sewanaka in a long time. lt Finally came time for the big East Meadow game. Led by John Lynch with two touchdowns. we came out on top in a toughly fought ball game. So ended a season complete with heartaches and heartstirring moments. The team and the coaches are to be commended for a remarkable seasons performance. After early defeats the team showed its undaunted spirit and came back to bring glory to the fighting Knights of Uniondale. than h x1llI'lllU'1k.1HSlll4' nvxl 11l.1v. al! fh 47 4' fi? -., , f, ,, gm f ,,., A ' ' V U V, uw c ,, , . ,, , ' 1 if? 'ygllvf-f-nv,, , , f f U, ,ww , ,f1.,f'4m, V 5 0 W. , ,, , - I . , x Wq!v W M z St.. Q FIELD GOAL - POINT!! -. sEl'f4 .fXll1yAltor'nz1rf- hnds J hole. The bench watches a crm ial play -' 4k2 1- , gn.: --w.f ,, -if - v 5 E 5 i 2 COME ON BOYS - SINK IT - Phil Vlright Cno. llj uses his height to good advantage as he blocks that shot. BASKETBALL Drive! Jump! Rebound! Get that ball! Familiar words that echo and roar in the gym throughout the basketball season. The cheers of the Crowds at the games form a pleasant memory to add to our mosaic of memories. Spec- tacular shots, thrilling close games and remembrance of the terrific spirit of the team live on in memory. This year Coach Bastin had to practically rebuild his team. Phil Wright, a transfer student from New York City, gave us a strong pivot man. In close to the basket. his 635' frame added to our scoring and rebounding strength. Bill Bernecki, a veteran, and Dave Boxer were deadly from the outside. Sal Cavataio set up the plays and performed like a veteran. Tony Guido, up from the junior varsity. was effective with his jump shots. Richard Koslowsky and Charles Tebbe gave us that added re- bounding strength that all teams need. In addition, credit must be given to George Ivlatuza, Bob Wolpert. James Beale. Neal Staphenbach and Joe Vorone for their fine work throughout the season. 8 FIRST ROIV: Dir. Bastin QCoachD. B. Bernecki. D. Boxer. S. Cavataio, P. 'Wrighh R. Sparber CManagerj SECOND ROI47: B, Wolpert, Beale, G. Matuza. N. Stapenbach, C. Tebbe. THIRD ROW: R. Koslowsky, S. Sutherland, T. Sutherland. 1 f A l l 1. I ff z '1 A , 7 f . munnnnnd . ff vc- . 1 MAKE THAT BASKET. Mr. Greenblatt, Mr. Lane and Mr. Dodge hold a clinic for future cage stars. Clliarlcs 'fvlvlwc flunks wmv for two Rivliiv Kusluwsky looks on. JS Flying Bill Bemicki is off on a driving lay-up DIAMOND DATA ll H "Coach Peterson gives the word" . bi A 'W iff? ff' l -- " A gg' t like 4 V. . f E Q 'Q , 3 ' " 'D "" 'N' 1502, 3 , ., r ' .eefgf . '4 'L' 1 '-fr!" 1 f" iff. , x, Q . at A A I . Lv ' 1. A .wAi1WfS'.," "Q ' A I A . ' LJ G in n Q . fy m,,.,,mf.1'-70 5 bf f , fm,,,,,Z0 6.f!.fi' w.f,fm,,f- 1- 7517 fp. MM I ff M, 6' 17:14. 1 -'1 f' .t,,,t. yy, I f V i Aga. f , ,,-f W .X 0 ?i,M?1.:. I, 11-144, Q9 lily. 1 'ff 'lift t , 4 , .f , 3 I A' r:1,ff,,,f' . .,. jf' "7" ':g"i.v-A 5 ,WM , V f,, Wifi .M x""'T'gj,,5 .. . 1 sg- Qifef..-., W, -gf ' - -V I ,,. f 4 f ,f . 1 . . - . 4a1...w1L.Lft. f i ' ' I , -1 ' X ' 7 ,I 2074 gl' ' 4 ,W ku s,'ixgir,i V, IC? "ft fkifi 1:9'1Q,.-a- ' K I vpn-3 ' qi' 'fi -J , .Y - gy., - -. -.Nix if are-Xl. tl f ' 5 l?-2 Q f V ...,24...,,-as E '-N-A-S., E1 ng-4 , gf 7 4. 5' e t 5. gf V F51 "S--.M 1 A-.sgsmg XR-B I P t Q, i t iff? '. AVVA . g,"5jj', 'ff BASEBALL The 1960 edition of the Knight's baseball team was filled with great promise for a ine season. Returning from last yearis squad was Joe Varone, a hard hitting outfielder who was ex- pected to show great improvement. An- other Hne hitter was Ronny Bliller, a man capable of playing in many po- sitions. Other returning veterans were outfielder John Duignan and pitcher Klike Schwern. The team. needing many new faces, was helped by some talented players up from the Junior Varsity. All this new talent made for an interesting as well as a successful baseball season. Left to right: Duignan, RI. ' Schwern, Yarrone. jim Espey clouts one. f axis - N . V XD' 'S Y Y V News-L -A I 1 -AY a is , , V. A 4 cc a1 ef Y A MESH c 'J 4" .' l"xf.l5" ' 9 l ix , fs if iii: . "' 'Q ' .llAfi'J, J Jiri? i D . ip , " if " .---f , .T Y , sw -- jeggg gil' TF i 5 I , A I :zz . "Q si ff 1' -- fix, '5 4 J V 'ruff-15"?"' ,Q I " '-1 . '-f - , - g .15-A.., - Ali- --......,,,,-,NM X3 i'M"W't'tt'mr-Mi... i H ,.: I. E 'xxkk it ' " .X.,.,.. a...,,,.......... t. . N. i' E. ,,Q- - i , i wk. 1 E . x Xgigmwcigols. X' .. .. lh. XSS 6 .. -3 A, ...N X. Q X. Q . ,.,, g K l i I 1 . x . -...a1,.-y.-gy,-we-:-f-:-rsfinsfr.. N.. s- k. NX A NET MEN TENNIS TEAM The tennis team, under the able coaching of Mr. Bastin, has compiled another impressive record. The record was eleven wins and three losses which put them in second place in Section 1 of the South Shore Athletic League. With four of the seven team members returning, Mr. Bastin is looking forward to an- other successful season. X.. . V. S s 1+ x D. Boxer shows his winning form. BOTTOAI ROPV, left to right: B. Cox: D. Doscher. D. Boxer, B. Al- bright. TOP ROW: Nlr, Bastin, E. Goljan. V. Lambert. GOLF As the 1960 Golf season got into full swing, Coach Griffen was blessed by the return of practically the whole team from the previous year. Senior lettermen on the squad were Vic Genchi, Eddie Goljan, John ON THE FAIRWAY Przoneck and Nick Stoma. Two juniors, Bob Al- bright and Bill Berk were also back. The golf team has always been known for their wonderful spirit and sportsmanship. , . , . 1 4 .t EXW ,, FRONT ROW left to right: F. Kiffer. L. Zippel, F. Leitner, W. Dermetkoski BACK ROW: V. Genchi, N. Stoma, E. Goldjan, B. Albright, Proznek. Mr. Griflin fCoachj. 9' WRESTLING FIRST ROW: W. Cabhle fMgr.j, J. LaFrese, P. Mirsch, W. Chepil. E. Goljan IGapt.j. E. Dever- eaux CGapt.j, R. Hansen. L. Mollo, P. Nielson, F. DeSahio, R, Tabano, Mr. Dodge fCoaChj. SECOND ROW: R. Schmitt, R. Regusa, J. Cos- taldo, Duignan. R. Heurrnann, R. Snyder, R. Scully, G. Lowe, W. McKenna, M. Mullick. THIRD ROW: N. Candelora. D. Carney, B. Betgn, D. Englisby, S. Jones, R. Gehig, G. Giarno, Keenan. BOWLING FRONT ROW, left to right: NIL Kist fcoachl, C. Hendry, P. Brathauer, R. Burke. Sokolski. G. Smith. SECOND ROW: D. Ixiiller. E. Vrornan. P, Broy, B. Hahn. RIFLE FRONT ROW, left to 1-ight: J, Ryhacli w, Johnkff fcapfl S. Ruddy. R. Games. SECOND ROW: W. Fetzer, Young. F, Shauer, Mr. Alex- ander Csponsorj. VARSITY CLUB FRONT ROW left to right: C. Kanrs, E. Goljan, T. FOURTH ROW: C. Hendry. N. Giordano. K. Schmiegal. Hamilton. B111 Lane Cadvisorl. E. Devereaux, W. Remsky, B. Simmons, H. Svhwnrz, R. Kaplan. B. Jacobs. FIFTH C. Kemper. YY. Cabbgs. SECOND ROW.' B. SCl'1rniClt, B. ROPV: R. Frenvh. R. lNTarqnardt, V. Scully. P. Nelson, YVallace:vNI. Schlosseg. Sf-lint. J. Lewis, R. Tnbano, B, Dnignnn. J. Lynch. LAST ROIV: N. Stomce. J. Yarone. Alberson. THIRD ROW: L. Thurston, T. IQQSILL. Marlow, D. Boxer. V. Lambert, J. LaFr6-ese, L. Campo. R. Hansen. L. James. N, Katsunis, K.YAshworth, F. Flor. a . xg ALDm,L,,6'61 J 1 UML t.lT'fM,ovFW'5 DADS CLUB D WW J My ' WT My AZQMP QM Q LEFT TO RIGHT: F. Le-itner, Hansen, M. Liebman fcleceasedj, T. Hamilton, E. Zajacg H. Horneck, B. Augenzufker, A. Zylan, A. Garde-ll. ff ,fn NJ ii 9 ' :ff-Q5 We Y I 5 'lj 'ig A U ff- 1 Q ra . -R 4 ' Q ti ji: if ,ef if 5 f I wi ft FIRST ROW, left to right: Mgr. W. Remsky: K. Schmiegel: R. Lavalle: Lewis: E. Deveraux: Capt. Klopfer: C. Kaars: Mr. T. McDonald, coach. SECOND ROIV: Mgr. Allen: R. Gebig: Schlitt' T. Hamilton: C. Sturge: R. Archambault: C. Bramswig. Mgr. Mentges. THIRD ROW: R. Baronavich: M. Mollie: V. Jordon: YV. Chepil: T. McShane: K. Knisely: M. Bach: W. Simmons: R. Zeigler. The LaCrosse team, under the able coaching of Mr. McDonald, has piled up an impressive record during the years it has played in Uniondale. Two years ago the team paced the Novice league winning the championship. Last year the team Hnished fourth in the Met.-L.I. league. Prospects for con- tinued success this year were excellent. A major factor in strengthening our athletic repu- tation has been the exploits of our swimming team. During the past two years, they have reigned as swimming champs on Long Island and have brought home numerous trophies in meets off the Island. SWIMMING FIRST ROW, left to right: G. Maravalli: C. Raphael: F. Bien- delsohn: T. Pain: J. Jones: R. Honis. SECOND ROW: R. French: P. Lloyd: A. Henken: Calihan: R. Barth: E. Korene- P-6, ag hal: R. Haslocker. THIRD l ROW: W. Neilson: R. Foster: J by I R. Obenshane: J. Sciskon: D. lv 'V 1 Q V x my J N Q L Bayer. FOURTH Rout- Mr. A A ' W f I Brown, coach: B. Wallace: J. A Z' i ' Foster: B. Larson: G. Papas: K i 7 V! 1 , Xi an Keck: D. Blue: L. Thurs- Doucherg C. Wittman: B. 1 x .. .M-.f .Af J, -5 wg ' z-I,'.'f - - It 9 , . - ..1.... ja... . ,si , -., . . I .f , ,vii it- 5' 'gggvgg-gx ,' .- ,uw . V. ir f , .f',,t , gf' J ,.m' i ,V f,. 3' ,., 5 5 - xi elf. 3' ,-2" .X ,, if w J' ft. . P' 1, Wa X. ,. H- - -1 , Y .mx , ,a , 1' ,fu f , .lf H F ' fs... " : 'f'L T: ' 'Q 'iw W' I . 4 QA.,-M... f r ,I ,ltir lfully ,gl ?,,.,,.n, 31 , , K A. 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Schwartzg F. Joyce, C. Kemper, P. Wrightg J Young: A. Fielder: T. Cananaughg H. Garlichg T. Molloig D. Tsighisg .W. Cable. SECOND ROW: R. Wolfe' C. Greerg L. Campog J. Murphy, T. Pricerg F. Razzagoni Track in this school is gradually growing into a veiy popular sport. Most of the boys in this pic- ture also participated in the indoor track run in New York City, Y'Ve can always look forward to something favorable in this up and coming sport. .. , f , . ., fwww"f-Mvzrffff-f-"'rf1""XWi'2 R. Rampeyg Beale, Lynchg A. Guidog R. Schmidt: J. Kramer, R. Cassine, L. Gehrig, P. Neilson. THIRD ROW: Mr. O'Doherty. coachg W. Marcinkowskig L. Bondy, S. Guidog Mr. Schlegel, coach, Mr. Krauser, coach. Coach Schlegel's men really have it rough here. Every stride of that two and a half miles requires a simple thing called guts. Finishing seventh in the sec- tional out of 20 teams and ninth in the county meet out of 39 teams, we should be proud of our harriers. ww, , CROSS COUNTRY FIRST ROW - Left to Right: R. Bertrand, N. Hawks, P. Harrison, R. Deusenchuck, M. Erl, R. Barth. SECOND ROW: Mr. Schlegel - Coach, R. Jacobs - Captain, Blackman, R. Zellner, J. Ward, O. Albrecht, H. Klein, L. Gehrig. ffffi K ff' wk 4 5 G., , ns? y ,YQ-if f + ig ifi Ui," .MJWQQ1 .lg ,yi Q 'f . ' ij' i 9- ' U ri!! -'1 4 . fs" I V F .gf tis.: I' ifie f , -:HM mslsvw GIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS - - - Q . Q W V - In A bf fT' ' 1, , . fi ' +A '. . ,. 'fi .f LEADERS CLUB FRONT ROW left to right: L. Kornrurnpf KPre5identj,' J Olsen KVz'fe-pl'evz'dentj,' L. Chicco KTrerztturerj,' lNI, Gomer S, Paparo: De Arrastia: J. Napolitano: C. Zajac: J Rlonuskig H, Rubin. SECOND ROIV: T. Fucilloj. D. Gomer C, Krupinski: Hall: C. Weise: Deutsch: M, Taylor D, hiossaz BI. Guinan: J, Swezeyq S. Archdeaconq BI, De- Vito: E. Balsamo ftefretaryj. THIRD ROW: E. Muller KI, Knahhe: Bader: S. Sniitten: C. Hinrichsg L. Schwartz. i N i ,ff i t r fir? Q VV Ana-few nf f' AHF. f -fy 2 K 1 , V - 2 . 1 ' . , - v x l , i - ' 1' I X , l r Y , . l x li T r lg ,V lvi, gx, ls XX Xxx lxlhtwll ! I J' tag af' it I iv. X-.ll i WGIRLSSPORTS The girls' sports program, an important part of the extra-cur- ricular activities of Uniondale High School, offers a wide varietv of activities to satisfv the inanv girls that are interested in sports. Field hockey. volleyball. basketball, softball and SXVlIDlHi1"1Q' are just a few of the sports coached bv Kfiss Yolliner. Kliss Charpek. Xliss Ferenzali and Bliss Liskovskv. "Sports Nightf' one of the inain events of the veal: is the high- light of the girls' sports progrfnn. Tefun competition in the various sports provides an eniovahle and hectic cv cning' for participants and spectators alike. Left: Miss Chnrpek and Miss Yollnier exchange the latest fashions. GIRLS' SWTMBIING TEAM FRONT ROI1' left to right: M. Scalise. D. XN'isney. C Stahl. C. Marcone. B. Botcheller. Miss Liskovsky tcoachii BACIX' ROW-' J. DeVito. Whitney. H. Fesset, C. Krupin- ski, A. Matthews. Bak, L. Trayler. R53e x f s o . R W GO, GG, GO! HOLD KEY XVINNERS LEFT 'l'O Rl4lll'l': C. Krupinski, E. Bnlsanno. L. Kk5l'l1l'llI1lI7l., S. Siniltvn. HOCKEY HONOR TEANI FRONT RON' lvlit to right: L. Cliivvo, lvl. Knnbbe, D. Gomer. L. Kornrninpl, D. Wnllack. SECOND ROIV: KI. Gomer. Olsen, E. Riullcr, Nfiss Clmrpck CAdvisorl. E. Balsaino. C. Krupinski, M. Guinan. . l . -in 'Q' ..,a 4,5 " ' 1 fe' . 11 i 1 41 A A-1 A -1 1 . . I - 1 1 1 jjlg' . 1 a : 1 . 1 1, 1 . as . - 4 v mx ' 1 1 4 ' A 4 . 1 f 4 Q - 1 Q L 1 1 S 1 .1 g 5 - 1 A L? i.155T7'T1 1, 1 ' .. 7 'E ,. ,..Y . ff 'Qi :ff . .j 1.1 X .X ff Z 1? 1 S ' x ' . , 1 1' A 1, 11.2 111 j Q, , Q . , 1 1 A, 1- ' 1 1 .3 ly, i gif . I I . 1 ni K 1.2 H 1 5 ,rf Of . 'X ' "L' ' 7 1' I Y . aff" 45' .F aj V , ,, . . ' fl -. '41, 1.::. ,. 1' - -.M 13111 . .. R , I I . 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A IFIV ,, -,,, 4 ., x It 13 i ' ' I ' ' ":' ziff- Q ,T 'Q Q . Vvv,:' X , 4' ,,, , ' "" - ' " 2 52 I , H A M 17" .. 1 1 , . , V - Q1 ,.., L1 L1 ! Aa,-, ..,., , !! f J' X viii? I fl . f' JJ ' 1 X ull J I KW I J I ,ff Ly If ' 9 WL C 171 WX, JMELASS I PM L T 1 ,. ,L M JW 'J' JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS lst ROW, Left to Right: A. Ifravitch. S. Brisach, B. Bogan. 2nd ROW: P. Jakob, B. Pitre, L. Dionisi. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Left to right. FIRST ROIV. M. De Vito, C. Freudenberg. SECOND ROIV. Mrs. Whaley, T. Fucillo. L. Lecki. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS LEFT TO RIGHT: P. Devereaux, D. Baldwin, C. Kock, J. Ircuoion. Mr. Bozza. OFFICERS 8th GRADE CLASS OFFICERS lllillgl l FIRST ROW, left to right: A. Viola: M. Cochrane. SECOND ROFV: R. Xiichalski: Y. Yolturog Mr. Ludwig. 4 4, f. SEVENTH GRADE CLASS OFFICERS LEFT TO RIGHT: Pres. Edward Lotto, Treas. Richard Russel, Ad- visor Mr. McCarty. Sec. Ruth Casey, V. Pres. Raymond Scharfenberger, S. C. Rep. Diane Burke. CLASS OFFICERS Every spring, each grade level elects oHicers to represent them for the coming year, to head their ac- tivities and organize their respective classes. The Junior Class, under their officers' direction, has proved very spirited and set the styles with their Junior Tie Days. A new precedent was also begun with the "Miss Uniondalel' contest, another high- light of the year besides the junior play, Lost Hori- 121 X.. l zon. The sophomores have also been busy planning and sponsoring dances. Freshmen and seventh and eighth graders are not to be overlooked for their year's endeavors, for these grades had high "A" card sales and good student participation. These able class officers and their groups are largely responsible for the fine student government in our school. They are all to be congratiilated. -s -5- ve- 1 ... --.. ,4 :rg ll K .fl l 5 'L R I PM JUNIORS H. R. 111 FIRST ROIVJ A. Nugent. P. Bloskow- ski. J. Putignano. L. Scognarnillo. .Miss Kelley, K. Sutherland. B. Passariello. A. Thornas. S. Pearce. SECOND ROW: C. Meyers. C. O'Shea. Smith, ISI. Freyer. P. Schroeder. L. Phillips. .-X. Sanseverino. T. Robinson. E. Scholk. R. Schmitt. THIRD ROW: S. Pratt. D. Talley. L. Ruppert. Burke. Beale, K. Schrniegel. R. Jefirares. D. Levy. BI. Paparo. R. Rarnpey. .3-I P C . fir: V I ' 5 l Y ,Q la H. R. 109 FIRST ROW: D, Voss. B. lYinters. RI. Brennan. N. 'Weinbergn .lIr. Alexander, S. Brisach. A. Bellarnore. P. Yitolo. C. Schultz. SECOXD ROW: Tysz. D. Sallah. D. Bivona. C. Young. B. lN'udarski, A, Uravitfh. R. Rfarengo. R. Kaplan, THIRD ROW: E. Korenthal. R. Hasloecher. R. lYard. A. Young. R. Hahn. Guida. R. Pitre. R. Hansen. YY. Egloff. .Yot Prefentf P. Baas. G, Balsarno. TKT Il 'L J X H. R, 11+ FIRST ROW: B. Are-to. D. Claro. A Colonna. RI. Trapani. .llwy Cr.-550, P NOSER. Ciezkowslti. J. Christensen. A Nemeksis. SECOND ROW: R. O50 dach. York. E. Muller. N. Hovenun J. Plum-tt. M. c1.t1t1i.eOtf, R. Bliss. G Brady. THIRD Rf'PI1': B. Berks. D Fahrni. Bianco. Blnncato. B. Rog ers. B. Burlnridge. M. Mullrck. F. Ra? zasfone. A JUNIORS H. R. 118 FIRST ROW: R. Kearney, NI. Nielsen S. Kahn, B. Regxsenherg, M. Pugtol-ini P- .Iakoh SECOND ROIV: P. Limdf-11 L. Schmidt, R. Barber, L. Wlnlters, E 1 QM ' . wg M 5 A X ,ui W I .Wh S, 1 Q J- Keenan, J. Leonard. Alf. O'Dohnty: H0PkiHS. C. Collins, D. Hultz, B, Gold- berg, P. Rovegnn, THIRD ROW: Presepio, B. Simmons, Watson, Ferrara. R. Scully, W. Rauscher, Parkhurst, Pegusky, Schlitt, L Ziegler. Not Present: G. Moran. , . .- Q. .f9Q',g1af T50 '13,-!fQ4fJ i fir , -s. .w 590 ,icky Hay , Gi Cf 'fi Aj-1' ' H. R. 324 FIRST ROW: G. Foulkes, C. Slough N. Carey, C. Calabretta, Miss Koch, gf, P. Downes, C. DeMott, E. Calabria, D Mollick. SECOND ROW: I. F0ulkCS J. Doscher, B. Ciuflini, M. Collins, M Casdia, N. Criseione, V. Engels. S Engeholm. THIRD ROW: R. Albright, D, Perkins, D. Scott, R. Behr, C. Brarns- wig, H. Hinsch, F, Fritschi, R. Larson T. Hilferty. FOURTH ROW: W Hanigan, R. Wolpert, M. Bach, R. Ge- big. Not Present: H. De Lane, H. Rog- ers, R. Thwing. H. R. 131 FIRST ROW: S. Harris, D. Andresen N. Izzo, I. Feeney, Mr. Definglis, R jacob, F. lander, M. Lowell, B. Mulroy SECOND ROW: C. Habacker, Gian cone, Maertz, E. Roode. M. Stief- vater, A. Alcove, B. Smolenski, Elliot M. Lynch. THIRD ROW: F. Mirag- liotta. T. Labrum, J. Hayden, J. Han- she, E. Goreliglg, P. ,L-iaskos, B McKenna, R. Keller, Bf:Meola. 'S ' I I J H ' , . . X-r 'Y 2. 'X , ,Ll . y x l - ' x JUNIORS H. R. 101A Left to right, FIRST ROIV: D. Hand- lln. Olish, B. lNlCxtteO, Illixs Charpek, E. Lindberg. L. Peck. J. Nadraus. SEC- OND ROW: R. Albert. E. Moreno, M. Castorano, D. Brochu, P. Jensen. THIRD ROPV: S. Jones, Ward, R. Jenkins. la Xb , I 1 -Ly!! ll. X, P fx, 41 1 ,j 4- ? Nm A in' T I,H.R.J1,Q,lN1S FIRST OW: L. .Bxfotflmnf-r, Devlto. V' J. Cannilvnlrc, Mill Bfmrdi, K. Mr Gomgif-. 11.jsfkf,fOh0d, I.. Dionisi SECOND imwf S. Sf-lwrlrx F. Neil son, D. Tuttle, K. Monnfo. M. Bngnn NI, Clmzottrf, lAxYl"l'lflf'fHflIl. R. llrzl decky, S. Huhhr-ll. THIRD ROW: V Toner. R. Tznlmno, ll. Sfhwfum, R Snyder, Rylmk. Not Prfwnfi S. S11 therlancl. T. Suthf-rlfmcl. J. Anderson C. Raphael. R. Smith, R. Stovkton, S Van New F.-gisa. Di Kenny. 23 -fx! SLM,J,Q UW: 4,41 ps 0 G' K . . jl C WJ f X df L XJ 'I H. R. 219 ROW: J. Lupo. L. Weber, D. Mr. Dodge. B. Mandala. M. Turnabellg P. Thornby. SECOND ROW: P. Reilly, R. Boyd, D. Becken- haupf, B. Woronovich, XV. Ware. THIRD ROI-V: T. Ferrara. Helgans. B. Bayer. S. Cohen, A. Durante. N. Candelora. R. Buckley. NOT PRE- SENT: A. Barca, Campbell, G. Cosma. L. Gehrig. S. Rodman. LL Schlosser, J. Sheridan, J. Siciliano, C hgnleydg. D. Tye. P. Y'N'rigBLV. Zeb- ! .J--H 4.413-"""' I SI! 4,-c-'bv' RATHTL HA 7wlA WQMTIZXDA44 faff' 14109 V FQ4' 1 JUNIORS Iv! ROW: .-X. Knlzlrhik, F. Hvrtlein, P Rlltkowski, Alf. Srhlvgrl, lXI. Brown, Stolzer, B. IXTIIFITIIY. frm' ROIV: H lX'Il'l'liLlll, K. Lvvv, IXI. lXlosrn, ,-X. Ero- nomou, A. Knrpowicli. Hrn' ROII Patterson, R. IXIOIHIIIO, .-X. Corbin, Snnseverino. Nut PlFH'71f.' ski, L. Larson, B. Nleissnvr, D L. Deery, Zane, B. Olnxiri, P eek, M. Harding. R' Hallernn, T. Smrdin H. R. 308 FIRST ROH7: C. Green, P. Benson, E. Gaeta, Mr. Gray, P. Cantone, Buch. H. Gomer. SECOND ROW: R. Hoenes, J. Darcy, P. Puff, T. Gankiewicz, Peters, L. Chicco, S. Siegal. THIRD ROW.' A. Fiedler, T. Lundwall, R. Grunewald, J. Gregory, I- Bogart, R- Fuecillo, H. Faber, D. Zaccheo, J. Dombrowski. Not Present: Brindisi, D. DeMitry, G. Fusco, J. Hall, E. Hinriehs, A. Greene, E. Burzenski. '5 if 1 5 Q, 'lv , eff . I i 71 Q ,.-. ..... I I Y 1 .,.,. , li 1 msg H. R. 305 FIRST ROW: C. Feidelson. L. Javo rowsky, C. Forbes. Alf. Tripler A. Luethje, J. De Arrnstia. C. Mein hardt. SECOND ROW: J. Midgley. B Kurth. R. Mieliaeeio. P. Klirnowiez, J Hoffman, N. MePhail, B. Bogan, K Hoffman. THIRD ROIV: T. White, J Nelson. L. Mollo, R. Marquardt. T Meyer, R. Halverson, R. Ryniker, J Pricer. G. Havens, YV. Riddle. Not Pres- ent: XV. Hoppe. C. Ruppert. klo- rano, I. Llazzone, I. Barca, L. Howard W we Misa 'w H s H-. I J V I ,i ., .1 i 'X l . . I H. R. 101B Ist ROW: M. Quirk, Niedbalski, K. Marshall, Miss D. Vollmer, Rynca, E. Donohue, A. Schultz. 2nd ROW: J Omar, R. Seebeck, M. Organ, KgRie-H geL C. Stout, M. Galioto, J.rFisher. K Rui ROW: Terranova, T. Keenan T. Guido, R. Lavalle, O. Albrecht, J Vigliotti, P. Lloyd, R. Barth. Not Pres- W ent: R. Baranovich, W. Buckley, V. Cassano, E. Clifford, L. Doboe, W Hardman, M. O7Deady, Peters, J Schmitt, S. Zaremba, Mr. Muccz'oli. 'a JUNIORS H. R. 325 FIRST ROW: P. Gottlieb, G. Sullivan, J. Mortar, P. Siegler, B. Blanshan, P. Thomas. SECOND ROW.' Howell, D. Blue, D. Thorpe, R. Fernandez, A. Bellamore, D. Carney, T. Browder. Not Present: S. Cavataio, T. Bocca, R. Car- son, R. Duschenchuk. Golden, R. Hopf, B. Schmidt, M. Pierry, Tatem, H. Whitney, C. Sturge, G. Thornby, B. Windmuller, S. Webster, N. Zaremba. SOPHOMORES .N H. R. 207 FIRST ROW'.' L. Morin, S. Moore, B. Woodford, Miss Richardson, S. Jeru- manis, G. Wright, Watkins. SEC- OND ROW: B. Cox, D. Chestnut, M. Okonski, D. Durasoff, P. Broy. Not Present: D. Adams, Y. Ahern, G. Barth, A. Clark, H. Cochrane, L. Costanzo, D. Donohue, E. Drake, W. Duryee, R. Edinger, Ellison, M. Fisher, Freyer. R. Games, V. Giganti, J. Mahler, M. O'Donncll, Sparacino, D. Sill, A, Turner, C. Wilmont, L. Wolf, C, Wolt- man. SSW!! X XS H. R. 125 ROW I: L. Donello, B. Cummings, R. Salaway, Mr. B. Schneider, Stark, C. Trench, C. Crowe. ROW 2: T. Daily, B. Menton. B. Chastain. S. Arnold. I TX, .1 f 5 , .....,..,.. , I ig, 2 2 N. i , . .... .,,. , . 'ff' "" - jf"' .fg- ...,.e I .I i. J Q ,. SOPHOMORES ROW I: T. Kiernan, L, Fizzinoglia, L. Lcckic, T. Schenk, Mr. Baxtin, K. Olek- siak. L. Roberts, G. Maravolli. ROW II: J. Stolzer, J. McGrath, J. Costaldo, W. Stehle. R. Spielberger, T. Henry. Not Prevent: P. Thiele, S. Kupus, E. Quirk, B, Szul. J. Pontorno, Smolen- ski, L. Kurth. D. Weber, S. Doyle, M. Malone, E. Tebbe, S. Katsberg, P. Tobin, R. Dmuchowsky, E. Napoli, F. Vilarcli, H. Krajewski. ! . Q, 9 ixvfd 2 l 'SRE ii XJ . J 'Q Q 163133 3iQ""' . C , , v -.XV H. R. 220 Left to right, FIRST ROW: E. Alva- rez, D. Schweedler, W. Hamlin, T. Pol- lock, R. Holst, W. Collins. SECOND ROW: L. Traylor, M. Styblyna, H. Wustenhoff, P. Burke, Mr. Miselson, N. Dorsch, A. Breit, M. Taylor, M. Spatz, L. Lubrich. THIRD ROW: E. Coffe L. Smith. G. Bertrand, R. Grams Lisinski, R. Famularo, R. Williams, A. Gilmour. Not Present: D. Annicaro, R. Creighton, Dinonno, R. Fishbein, W. Kaiser, T. Mckenna. N. Norwicki, L. Scalise, E. Serge, L. Tucker, M. Tuo- hey, E. Varman. Y, ,R. SOPHOMORES H. R.2l8 lit ROW: A. Henlxen. R. Pfieffer. B Pace. P. Reese. R. Campo. R. Baron. R. Trifari. 2nd ROW: F. Hinzer. B. Den del. B. Deutsch. P. Franza. A. Barber .Ur Neazfonzb, Curtin. Cosgrove L. Skidmore. B. Betlinski. 2rd ROI1' D. Harrington. B. Ryder. XY. Painter D. Doscher, P. Wilson. Scalise. M Stsiuffer. Oprendik. Not Preient: I Castrogrovani. N. Hawks. RI. Inhazy. F Kieffer, L. Ribatto. A. Stubbs, R. Tuf File. Tyson. D. Van VVickler. Mc H. R 311 l't ROW: S. Monqe. S. Robbini Xfolliclz. YV. Rernsl-zjr. .Ur Zullo, K Loson. C Kowulsld. F Moriarty. 2nd ROW: M Roberts. T. Mangold. L Kulfil. XY Fetzer. Kirfbhof. NI Nlonei. Hiirlow. .Vat PM WH? BW' ant. C. Bumffo. L Crimp Inqffrdi. R Kin! R Korter. Nlganonff. Owens. R. Pinvfsl. C. Rodifl-1. R. Sfbrriz .. ggjfiylfgy, X Sr.y,pf-rqbefli. P lYhitf:. J XN'r,Iirhf'f 14. XNi01'VJ.l Jwifil. in .l H. R. 307 FIRST ROW: R. Sparber. E. Schoeps. D. Klimple, Giairno. R. Haverrnan. W. Cabble, A. Cohen. SECOND ROW: H. Fecitt. M. Litchenberger. I. Kawod. T. Fuccillo. .Un Jlurphg, KI. De Vito. D. Fahrni. E. Le Febure. J. Fenster. B. Gillen. THIRD ROW: D. fxfazur. C. Horton. D. Harding. G. Greenberg. H. Losen. J. Fedelirn. M. Dunkel. W. French, C. Harthrnan. Not PT6567'Lf.' L. Faust, Y. Lauck. D. Klolholland, Ottavio. A. Pellitteri. G. Rodman. L. Swensen. K X l XA- . .fff if nl. 75' gli, Xi - . l . .rw if. f J L -K X H.R.322 FIRST ROIV: c. Rapinese, A. smith, K. Williams, B, Russel, Mr. Rannazzisi, F. Santomero, J. Anderson. E. Timmes, M. Gankiewicz. S. Sertz, R. Pereira, E Galabritto, Murphy, L. Napolitano R. Goldberg. P. lxlordente, A. Pape. Not Present: E. Baker. D. Russell, C. Sasbon, L. Vanderlofske, VVarburton, L. Pertz, R. Brown. R. Casaine, E. Biden. R. Granet. F. Griffin. P. Guer- Cio. T. Lenda, P. McSherry. F. Marino, R. Meinhardt, M. Truglio. W . in ' Q ' V , A 1 L i FRESHMEN H. R. 315 FIRST ROW, left to right: K. Caputo, B. Akerlind, Mr. Kleyla, C. Siegfried, B. Tonnesen. SECOND ROW: D. Eng- lishy, K. Kulynyis, R. Granai, G. Mit- chel, M. Erl, G. Micolo. Not Present: M. Governhnt, A. Grvrnert, R. Kopke, W. Littlejohn, H. Paulson, Serle, E. Stanish, J. Vander Minden. X . .flags H. R. 226 FIRST ROW., Left to Right: A. Ben- ners, R. Hopfenberg, H. Klein, A. Car- ter, P. Harrison, R. Kovac. SECOND ROW: P. Razza, Tyrninski, M. Shaw, G. Weise, D. Mossa, Mr. Howlett, A. Miller, C. Musso, H. Willnus, P. Wre- gert. THIRD ROW: P. Dembski, M. Beirne, W. Hauck, T. Konetski. L0 Fresse, A. Marcus, J. Blackman. C. Kemper, K. Ashworth, A. Wright. SECOND ROW: P. Razza. Tymin- ski, M. Shaw, C. Weise, D. Mossa .Mr Howlett, A. Miller, C. Musso, H. Will- nus, P. Wriegert. THIRD ROW: A. Benners, R. Hoffenburg, H. Klein, A, Carter, P. Harrison, R. Kovac. 033 ' '.ti5i"i1f"? A. , V : 5 ! gf i l TF i B 33' '02, .. , M 0 i- ' 'P fl 4251? H. R. 330 FIRST ROIV: D. Carey. A. Pastorini. L. Faron. .llfff Rizelli, K. Betty. D. Salter. K. Selig. SECOND ROW: J Riarchisotto. Bielling. B. Biatterfis R. Kilday. lIacDonald. E. Becker, J Gilmore. G. Guedel. Not Present: L Apostolides. Blackmore. K. Ballwig. .-X. Blazo. L. Chestnutt. B. Collins, C Corriveau. H. DeXN'itt. E. Eck. Far- rell, Field, B. Guglielmo. G. Hart- mann. C. Hawley. B. Lindner. Elig- liaccio. D. lliglino. L. Monteleone, J Schmitt. H. Simonian. Q - 'T 4. , , Dx ' 55 il vi' S SOPHOMORES H. R. 329 FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Hin- richs, N. Griswold, C. Gundennan. .Hits F. Chantz, S. Hanes. A. B1'21'H1S19if1f 51 Kopp. SECOND ROW: M. Guinan. B. Garsik. T. Geist. S. Ruddy. T. Nebel, R. Obenshain. P. Nilson. R. Grabel, E. Gilchrist. A. Franke. H. R. 313 FIRST ROW: I. Studwell. C. Smith. M. Prestia. .Um Berlqof. Reily. C. Freudenberger. S. Xfartin. SECOND ROW: R. Tiejen. R. Nontine. .Yot Preientq B. Bowman. T. CayanaQh. E. Fighera. M. Giordana, XY, H31-tqmgmn T. Malone. XY, Payne. Peters, .li RUSSO. Y. Sandstrom. B. Schrage. L Shure. Yasey. H. XN'itzenburger. F. Vfolpert. R. Procida. Klosowiqz, XI. Knabliwe. M. McGuire. K. Mystrom. G Otis. S. Smith, B. Southard. L. Tighe B. Tsoucalns. 352 SOPHOMORES Fmsr Row. LL to Rn. w, Key, J. Allwro. F. df L4'garrcta, B. Schaumlof- fel, B. Shapiro. SECOND ROIV: D. Borut. C. NVHUIISII, G. Smith, R. Zell- ner, NOT PRESENT P. Brntllgulvr, R Brown, C. Burehell, R. Foster, C. Kur kowski, R. Kaufman. T. Peek, Siskind J. Sokolski, R. Yrgo, YV. Yanclerwaiter. R. Von Barthelcl, G. Watson, L. Zippel K. Alexander, C. Bach. C. Ceransky, K. Cohan, N. Goly, S. Grant, A. Philips, A. Sambuco, E. Srnith, S. Smith. gel? 'Q 9? H, R. 119 BOTTOM ROW: Schneider, M. A Salter, C. Sirois. R. Pino, Mr. Aaron son, K. Tischler, M. Skinner, M Reimer, E. Shelton. SECOND ROW W. Agnell. Valver. W. Ferguson, N Piech, P. Varanko, R. Gates, Car- rano, G. Hammond. THIRD ROW.' H Wright, P. VVingrove, E. Askland, H Neuberger. T. Paine. Ryan, S. Sopko TOP ROW: B. Tieman, G. Stermer W. Klopfer, S. Wilhelmson. Not Pres- ent: T. Edwards, R. Key, J. Lucas, W Miller, Parkhurst, R. Pryer, A. Sul- livan, B. Wisniewski. H. R. 107 Ist ROW: M. Quensel, E. Karpinski, L. Caterina, R. Lichtenberg, A. Russell, E. Finnigan, C. Young,'J. Jenkins, J. Wolfe, R. Kraynak, M. Testini. 2nd ROW: C. Delaney, F. Jehle, C. Kessler, Mr. Skinder, H. Hanley, P. Freitas, S. Freitas. Absent: D. Affronti, R. Al- len, C. Buckley, J. Costa, W. Didora, J. Eck, J. Fritz,.J. Iervolino, R. Kelleher, B. Kopystianskyj, T. Laverty, M. Pida- meny, R. Snyder, D. Zaremba. FRESHMEN H. R. U8 FIRST RVJIV, Left to right: M. Tripi S. Barnett. C. Klossmzin. RI. Ryder .Ura lfurrajy, G. Schalck. P. Schmidt SECOND ROW: F, Perillo. A. Stern M. Seaman. P. Damiani. R. Behrman .Y f.'f f Present: G, Anderson. P. Arcarola P. Bader. D. Baqinski. J. Buckley. J Cziscio. N. Colonna. F. Dillman P Di Paolo. G. Downs. S. Klartinez, R Procida. D. Sanieola. Simmons, E Stafford. C. Stermer. R. Studwell. S Sutherland. M. Thornby. T. Tully. B Yitolo. J, Willott. H. R. 309 Prfyenf, l to rr B. Gehrisf. l, Pittman. .Ury Packert, XI. Carnfinzl. Brindisi. No! Preffntf W. Hertrifh. Lnrenzo. CI. Bn Rofhe. T.. Kfinnllizzi. L. Klollo. T, Norrnzm, T. Cerl-zins. A. Pie!-zllneszi. R. Qwelllnzirst. P. Rihgmclo. R. Sf-luy. Tfiorw. R Tremliinsl-ii. A. Polizzi. XI,,fffgrr,, D, Baldwin. KI, C:ittf'rraf'io. K. Cnrhin. P. Df'i.'er111.1:c. R. Fivinzi. C. Gwinn. P Hgelwflworu. A. Havens. L. Nffirino. XI. Chillipa. Culeo. M. Rmb. V. T:1llf'i.'. G. Paifro. vi"- H. R. 209 FIRST ROI1'.L to R: C. Koch. C. Joe. J. Carbon. .Hifi feffup. Gillespi. A. Buddenhaqen. C. Chechotlia. SECOND ROW: R. Halverson. P. Biercaidante. RI. Sala. Koop. R. Grant. Hum- mel. P. Calabria. Not Prefent: E. Boyle. J. Ciezkowski. Davidson. RI. Dietrick. C. Jander. D. Liotta. J. Sandstrom. Y. Wallace. C. Heber. Biaginnis. lf. Ahearn. Galley. Gambino. E. Geraci. F. GiaCalone. G. Hebenstreit. J. JC1U6S. Miller. XY. Samland. G. Brathauer. Bfalone. uv FRESHMEN 1i.R.1m Iii' HOW: l.. Cuimiiiglixiin, M. Beckwi- lmiipt, tl. Piacciitimi, Alf, Byfn' C. ZA- horodiiy, P. lliggilw. lXl. Slierinlxiii. 2111! Rfllili Ccorgn-, C. llollninnn, .-X. Phil- llps. NN. llocnrs, F. lXIvncl9lsolin, 31 HUIVJ D. lxl0SSlIl.l, P. Hfilsh, .'X. Knssc baum. Nor Prawr1t.' T. Bnrlucris, A C.1IlI1Ll1'EllL1, Y. jurl-zowivli, R. lxliller, F hfoglin. P. Papas, XV. Philp, P. Rnzzu- SOIIC. K. Smith. C. Smal. L. Styblynn, A. Yalvnno, C. Yoolens. D. Weiss, D. Williams, P. XN'inter, F. lVissel. I EIGHTH GRADE H. R. 120 ROW I: G. Shurtliss, Forsberg, S Obenshain, C. Petersen. B' Haveckef, Mr, Packert, N. Kishanuk, D. Ma lunowicz, K. Stivison, L. Pauksis, C Roughly. ROPV 27 D. Luttkus, L. Di Paola, S. Helfant, D. Braun, R. Rug- giero, Rehfeldt, C. Zirninski, T Wood, C. Clayton, L. Dunkel, F. Rup- el s chmmfi Row 3' G Littman P. - - ' ' ' W, Johann, R. VandeWater, W. Ko- walsky, K. Andresen, S. Euler, D Swinney, R. Silverman, Slade, A. Marshall, J. Goldman. W. Powers. H. R. 227 Left to right. ROW 3, top: R. Frascone. P. Wlilbiirger, E. Davis. L. Biittista. ROW 2: C. Billo, P. Augcnzucker, R Hartung. ROI1' I: Graves. B. Page. H. Belinky. Alf. Gulizia, M. Mnrtineck N. Muller. R. Stripling. 'SW' 3 w,....., W. WW, Sml 4. W'NMf's-swam-T wtf-M. H. R. 221 FIRST ROIV: L. Russo. L. Shaw, C Morris, L. Cosma, Mr. Notheif, G Schynclzielorz, B. Sozzi, E. Fuller, T Timpanelli. SECOND ROW: C. Vita, T. Regnier, T. Epp, C. Gilman, G Hotoph, C. Wilson, B. Resel-1, B. Lowe G. Hawley, E. Johnson. THIRD ROW J. Giacalone, C. Roselli, G. Miller, A. Dzienius. P. Hughes. R. Brown. R Mulvey, R. Baronovitch. Not Present P. Coleman, V. Dowling. y f X EIGHTH GRADE H. R. 228 FRONT ROW, left to right: T. Foster, E. Davies, M. Espey, J. Hansen. P. Nel- son, Mr. Harrison, J. Klimaz. M. Mc- Dermott, L. Borut, B, DennY, M- Minahan. SECOND ROW: R. Lang- ley, W. Vaglio, V. Esposito, G. Seaman, T. Gaskill. M. Kutlow, HOb21I'I, R. Tvelia, T. Mitchell, B. Grossholtz, D. Pall. B. Micalizzi, B. Derby. THIRD ROWY S. Sheie. S. Zachery, A. MQUS7 R. Lassen, V. Wilson, M. Hansen, Doyle, T. Caramore, J. Brennan. P z , , get 1? X 3, i..' Iflf H. R. 129 Ist ROW: B. Wright, V. Maestrnnzi, L. Baumann, L. Weidner, P. Albarino, Mr. Musewicz, S. Zimowski, M. Alpin, L. Howard, K. Bonanno, Eustace. 2nd ROW: M. Gntto, W. Laurice, J. Walter. P. Bcllissimo, M. Bannon. D'Atri, F. Altermnre, F. Campbell, BI. Johnson, M. Riffle. 3rd ROIV: D. Downs, N, Mzigistro, C. Cope, A. Viola, B. Gzirdell, C. Foley, R. Dopfel, R. Michalski, D. Knohlneh. i 2 2 3 1 S 2 S : A S 2 i s s . 15 l 25 ' ii 5 4 If ? 5 ? E 5 ,Q 5 5 2 5 . K K . 5 '. 0 X is H. R. 231 FIRST ROIV: D. Brown. M. Dean, E. Valentini. G. Moss. K. Seroda, Mzlss Ciaravino, E. Shepherd, S. Jacobs, M. Caskin, A. Nlalone. S. Matusevich. SECOND ROW: D'Annunzio, S. Koch, M. Cave, I. Wfyszynsky, R. Cur- nuck, A. Wleishaar, C. Gunderrnan, L. Imhof, Reed, E. Burke. J. Dombrow- ski, V. lXIorreale. THIRD ROW: A. West, L. Karowski, R. De Rosa, R. Sanseverino. T. Sullivan, F. Harnisch, R. Andreocci, Schroeder, T. Cassidy. Not Present: W. Debroskey, D. Fillippi. 2 .V+ fi 1 I I P 1 s 5 A ' ' Q. 6 3 K EIGHTH GRADE H. R. 108 FRONT ROIVJ Ilr-tier. NPrT1PkSiS C. Ruhoy. P. Kokernak, D. Hollenback Mr. lXrl'7Zg5bZl7j', M. Kuriilowifz, D Walsh, C. Fuller, I. Williams, M. Coch- rane. SECOND ROW: P. Parr, R Calahretta, R. Ashendorf, L. Valvano C. Migliaecio, L. CZtlZ1lJfCftEl, N. Hart- mann, L. Bianro, B. Allen. C. Melszer A. Wengart, A. Young. THIRD ROW: L. Matthews. R. Longpre. L. Wood, T. Smith, D. Faron, R. Snider, T. Pfister, A. Weber, W. Prinz, R. Ostwald. K. Allen. Not Present: M. O'M:1ra. . If 92 45 44 5: gf ,4 fy kv 2 . .l ,Mx f 'Vg " H. R. 130 FIRST ROW - Left to right: L. Erl, D. Hasloecher, J. McShea, E. Mitchell V. McKinney, Mr. Molfarry, S. Javo- w rowsky, M, Bardi, K. Krause, C. Hage- man, K. Lyons. SECOND ROIV: H. Wedel, C. Warnock, R. Vasco, J. Pesca. D. Lovera, YN. Friedman, M. Keen, S. Koraleski, J. Roberts. L. Rosetti, B. Vantine. THIRD ROW: J. Rhodes. J Crilley, C. Schlitt, R. Santo, D. Eyrich, R. Garsik, Billo, L. YNhite. 1 1 EIGHTH GRADE H. R. 205 FIRST ROW, left to right: S. Cop- pinger. Y. Berkey. R. Delaney. . Keenan. N. Dwyer. .Un Ross., C. Boro- wiez. K. Deam P. Clanev. C. Robert son. SECOND ROW: D. Wladvka V Genchi. E. Tiernan. L. D'.-Xntonio. D Campbell. BI. BICCOW. L. Rionede, V Sehettino. N. Geliff. E. Hess THIRD ROW: P. Boxer. A. Colnnero R. Mul roy, A. Thiele. YY. Rappold. F. YYolf L. Limon. . Massino. Not Present De Biarie. X s F0 I 3 i. RW' llx l 'f md . Www '9M"v,..4 H. R. 225 FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Kerzner, B. jones. L. Solitzirio. L. Szymnnski, Alf. Alilberg, C. Thomas. Noble, V. Yolturo. C. L.1POnzin.1. SECOND ROW: L. Hartmann. Perlman, A. Gueciardo. Kleedorfer. czofff-y. K. Buckley. R. Barnard, F. Cornqeio. R. Easley. THIRD ROW: D. Toomey. Rodirk. G. Bannon. J. Jones. J. Holmes, C. Whittaker. D, Engel. J. Noble. R. West. K. Smelcer. Not Present: R. Davis. f N E 1 . s ' 1 1 D . I 1 l 2 V E 5 l H. R. 328 FRONT ROHY E. Daly. D. Dorrmann. S. Yaris. .lIr. Leopold, KI. Klirnczuk. L. Deranzio. BI. Selxy. SECOND ROW: C. Peterson. RI. Barberis. P. .-Xffronti. H. Epp. G. Loberta. W, Rivera. L. Greco. v, , 3 mffffks yr 55 alta. emit S Q 5 i S E . 1 . 'B H. R. 103 ROI1' I: A. Tuohey. .Mn Killian, J Covas. S. Hudson, S. DeLaurentis. ROI1' 2: G. Dernetriades. R. Boyd, G. VVhitehead, YV. Trirnble, J. Tiernan. R. Lapenski. G. Jenkins, E. Bul-asa. B. Green. Not Present: B. Stafford. SEVENTH GRADE H. R. 229 FIRST ROW: M. Kooprnann, A. Zi minski, K. Bzihr. M. Horvftth. G. Stock dale, Mist Beglin, I. Stubbs. N. Novak D, Burke, L. Kubbach, L. Hetzer. SEC OND ROI'1": B. Kelman. C. Southard D. Shakin, T. Grieve, R. Braunstein, J Chaikin, I. Hradefky, M. Miller, C Buddenhagen, E. Fritz, J. Mieeli, R Henry. F. Koch. THIRD ROW: G Davis, R. Setterberg, E. Lotto, R. Stu bing, T. Mooney, P. Reinert. G. Leon- ard, R. Carman, Williams. G Krieger. R. Hill. Not Present: M Cleary, J. Hawkins. as--ws, ex I .5 , g N-K-,,... 'ff . .f T . 1' .ss - X xv.-A E if 33 ....,,.,. 2 .f H. R. 232 FIRST ROW: C. Panzarino. A. Arena 9 L. TufTnrella, O. Kopystinnskyz, S Walters, Miss .Meyeg Turner, Va- ron, L. McDowell, E. McNally. J Straub. SECOND ROW: D. Jaklitsch J. Kane, J. Riflle, C. Wonka. A. Stavola D. Scozzari. M. Vazquez. G. Wfilkens J. Pierry, L. Petry. Hodge, R. Cohen G. Truglio, Greene. THIRD ROI1' C. VV:1n1b0ld. R. Bramswig. T. Grnnai A. Ortrnnnn. M. Rothman, A. Freder- icks, K. Reynolds, R. Stehle, D. Wolf Not Prexent: R. Werner. K. Hamilton s SEVENTH GRADE H. R. 319 FRONT ROW, left to right: R. Bod- narchuk. C. Kliller. D. Neilsen. M. Gil- lespie, T. Kluse. C. Koch. R. Casey, Alf. Toile, C. Schaefer. NI, Gordan. P. Simon, B. Muller, C. Micola. SECOND ROW: D. Farrell. Smith. L. Ar- Corola, B. Kmetz. B, Jablonowski, S. Meadows, S. Fogmeg. Payne, L. O'Donnell. D. Gaskill, F. Yablon, R. Burke, Gambina, R. Aurenz. THIRD ROIV: R. Humel, D. Katsounis, K. Piechucki. M. Kowalski, Flor, F. Mastronardi. 5 ' rl on fl if? -wr H. R. 314 FIRST ROW, lf.-ft to right: C. Sopko, L, Valvano, S, Lowe, W. Woods, Mr fblglgngy, C. Rivera, A. Larson. L Ferro, R. Shelton. SECOND ROIVJ G Hirt. Ferricrk, Sfhwf.-itzvr, Ka wocl, G. Gallagher, A. Musso, S. Madi gun. Norman. THIRD ROW: R Lf-ff,-llure. E, lluQl'1f's, Arrzrrola, D Failla. Not Prfwfnt: A. Ferrara. Niec- I-guyz, F. Scshalrk, M. Simmons 0 H. R. 202 FIRST ROW, Left to right: A. Koziol, M, Vlfeber. G. Cutaro. Ford. L. Gam- barclella. Jllr. Shapiro, XY. XYisniewski, C. Thomas, L, Thornby. C. Koch, K. Toner. SECOND ROW: Penna, E. Koslowski, Y. Capragli. P. Robaey. L. Pingel. C. Ixlannarino. A. Holmes. BI. Graham. Barbera. G. Drape. THIRD ROW: M. Vitiello. K. Youngson, R. Lebreque, R. Vetter. R. Graham, Riegel. YV. Dobie, R, Kriz. Henry. SEVENTH GRADE Il. R. 110 FIRST ROl1'.' BI. lllinko, D. Ford, I.. Bvlllwlmlx, D. Dirk, .-X. Crupsvy, fllivf Rllflo, D. Hamilton, P. lnlllIlN'l'l, D. lxlL1CSlI'LlIlZl, QHUXY. lr. lllYU1'I1ik- SEC- UND ROW: T. Cnulticld, R. Rive. M. GOlClSI1llIll, ZlCglCl', l.. S1'llll'SlIIQ'Q'1', K. LJCZL1, R. SIn'kowslu'. N. .-Xllwm, V. lW41rtin, T. lNIogli.1, R. Spulwlvr. THIRD ROW: A. Drago, R. R3Jl'il.lIHl, T. Zn- horodny, R. Kopkv. .-X. C.x1-roll. R. Hof- man, D. lNIcKcnnn. Nut' Pn'verzt.' B. Feeney. G. I.,6.1HCll1Cl', NV. Yan Scott. R. Zervoudakis. H. R. 320 Ist ROPV: Callison, D. Crane, L Egloff. L. Lo Castro, C. Ippolito, Mrs Sullivan, S. Cardin, Campbell, B Rant, L. Ward, F. Puccio. 2nd ROW: R. Gutkowski, E. Dombo, J. Rauscher, J. Gunn, Wilburger, C. Hunt, L Sagan, M. Halldorson, Allan, A. Keck. 3rd ROW.' M. Ferraro, E. Eble K. Covas, S. Sheie, W. Zurl, H. Geld- art, F. Vedder, R. La Cola, C. Curtin R. Arden. 2 Z h :Khin , X l 5. f 1 MC X ' ' 'rs x. , W vw V V , V V -:.,,.v fa ,gm 5 ,Q V, . L, ' , ' . ,. w ,Vg , 7 A'y,,g,,.vv 7,1 l ri" ll ll ' ,'A 'l li 1 W7 -' Z .. , - vp , 0, ,-5, Q, -' f ' 1 'Y if,w,f ftfza. . D . R w r f , 45 W - He . if , . f gg. ...,. 4 115, ,V ll V ? V V .apqfaw , 4 ,47 5 HA: Q ' ' in 7 Dall 3 KT ' V ' ' D Vfifla, if Q Q- 'V 'X . , ' W 'A ' , 2 .Q -" l . Fill? 1 lil ' 'D' ' "1,f'5, V 5. -gg . ,, ,I , " , , ,vp ,Y 5 f l ,f ,I , , X ' .... 1:11 ' 2:11. J' if 42... , 'ZW' f 'fbi 99244 2 1 Q , L WM M, I M MM J, ?2. , , ,, ., , ' wif 14 f W 'if "'f , " " f'fff MW! 'A M ' r , , vw.. . ., . 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Y. 17 I ' ' L6 !6D4"L yZ D JUU3 ,ZMAC 5 A ff 07 im W QVZMMQ , W E Lwl+,QwQxJ, wQK7wL.fwUL HA! bgfiij I l, f ff f fm ,f Q ww ?5 ' we ffjfifiiw W . 2 Q , JAXLQ- X KW U I j i ! f0Mjw.l7lu-W . X I Z COMPLIMENTS OF MISS CONWAY'S HOMEROCDM 223 President - Sandy Paparo Vice President - Joan Sweezey Secretary -- Mary Scalise Treasurer-Joan Deutsch Student Council Representative - Charles Kaars David Barber Carol Daniels Henry Hayen Lois Dieltenbach Robert Jacobs Virginia Dzieniues Fred Joyce Elaine Findley John Lewis Kathleen Flynn Joesph Maddalena Donna Johnson Warren Person Carol Klersy Robert Reese Jean Konrad Carmen Rocchio Lois Popowitch Frank Savio Helene Rubin Nick Stoma Cecile Schmidt Carlo Volturo Gail Sohn X , I , ,X I il RW WWW I KI! -I I W ISI ilk JVNhs,v CoMPLiMENrs Qlll Ii bills I A I III xi I or ijblw I THE CALTEOS PRESIDENT - Aneffe Amotuccio SECRETARY-TREASURER - .Ioonne Piefroforle VICE PRESIDENT - Morelen Christensen SGT. CDF ARMS - Connie Riboudo Phyllis Conlone Groce Coscio Moryonn Cicero Corol Doniels Kolhy Flynn Roberto Hoover Mory Lou Lonzo Dione Mozzone Dorleen Piculell Roberto Sckorohod Arlene Vorrone Joon Zorembo Steffi Zorernbo l f 5 Qt ILUJX CHIKCF Meals fB6gin'! COMPLIMENTS OF THE DEBUTANTES Linda Leckie Arlene Braunstei n Susan Moore Barbara Deutsc h Judy Anderson Ann Barber Joyce Clark Linda D'Elia Martha De Vito Linda Faust Lorraine Fizzinoglia Paulette Franza Terry Fuccillo Jeanette lngardi Jo-Ann Pontorno Terri Schenk Rita Williams COMPLIMENTS OF THE ELTRYMS Mikki White Joann Carrano Barbara Tieman Pat Zdanovich JoAnn Monuski Anne Christiano Pat Chapman Joyce Aronson Terry Danella Jean Casper Lois Tritthart Betty-Ann Bergmann Linda Kottneicht Linda Kost Jeanette Rahtes COMPLIMENTS OF MR. 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KURTH IV 3-2806 COMPLETE HEATING SYSTEMS INSTALLED COMPLIMENTS OF THE HUNTINGTON ELECTRICAL SUPPLY CORP. ORioIe 6-2020 Est. 1909 UNIONDALE GLEN COVE GLAZING WORKS, INC. FUNERAL GLAZING CONTRACTORS HOME PHIL GERSHON 202 Glen Cove Aven Glen Cove, N. Y. COMPLIMENTS OF THE SECOND NATIONAL BANK and TRUST COMPANY OF HEMPSTEAD Hempstead, New York Member Federal Deposit I rance Corporat COMPLIMENTS OF WILLIAM DEVLIN H. R. 318 MR. McDONALD'S SENIOR HOMEROOM 1 13 Christina Baker Terry Ann Bashkoff Gail Brady Margie Brady Fran Calabretta Margaret Cantone Georgine Casper Faye Cornicelli Judy Erickson Mary Ford Carolyn Gasper Maripat Gillen Jusino Omega Marie Lo Russo Jo Ann Napolitano Janet Sciscenti Alice Selg Lois Tritthart Patricia Vasquez Terence Farrelly Vic Genchi Ed Goldian David Lichtenberg George Matuza Steve McClymont John Prozonek Richard Roan John Skinner Larry Sohm John Stallone Charles Tebbe Larry Thurston Frank Wiedman Jack Wittman COMPLIMFNTS OF THE RANDELS Lois Dieffenbach Fran Calabretfa Kathy Capufo Angela Donisi Marilyn Rossefli Pal Allen Carolyn Calabrefta Marie Rininsland Peggy Dopfel Carolyn Giacalone Phyllis Rossefli Marie Laurice Margie Lowell Vicki Lange .lanef Bobrowski COMPLIMENTS TERMINAL CLEANING CONTRACTORS, L. I. 256 Jerusaalem Avenue Hempstead, N.Y. COMPLIMENTS OF FOSTER 81 CAFARELLI AMITY AUTO SERVICE CONSULTING ENGINEERS "YOUR TEXACO DEALER" 44 Whitehall Sfreef New York 4, N. Y. Uniondale Corner Jerusalem Avenu IV I-3333 IV 6-8853 BEST WISHES TO THE SENIOR CLASS FROM JUNIOR HOMEROOM 308 P. Benson I, Bogart J. Brindisi MR. GRAY G. E. E. Fusco Henrichs Gaeta J. Dombrowski R. Hoenes J. Buch T. Gankiewicz H. Faber S. Siegal E. Burzenski M. Gorner A. Fiedler D. Zaccheo P. Cantone C. Green R. Fuccillo A. Greene L. Chicco J. Hall J. Gregory J. Peters J. Darcy P. Puff R. Grunewald D. Demifry Frank Argila John Austin Raymond Baule Robert Dick Charles Felton David Goldberg Stanley Mazur Douglas Meyer Robert Miller Joseph Mollo Robert Perrier Stanley Rachelle Michael Scammon COMPLIMENTS OF H. R. 302 Allen Van Ness Sandra Ahnemann Jean Baker Mildred Billotti Joanne Carrano Anne Christiano Peggy Dopfel Francine Dowell Barbara Edinger Joyce Mitchell Ann Nugent Jerrie Reimels Beverley Rogers 8th GRADE HOMEROOM 205 MR. ROSS Rhonda Jacobsen Judy Keenan Peter Boxer - President Kathy Dean - Vice President John Demarie - Treasurer Pat Clancy - Representative Victoria Berlcey Linda Dantonio Chris Borowicz Roberta Delaney Dotty Campbell Nancy Dyer Alfred Colanero Randie Gebig Sue Coppinger Veronica Genchi Ed Hess Jimmy Masino Mary McCaw Richard Mulroy Lynn Morreale Billy Rappola Carolyn Robertso n Virginia Schettino Larry Simon Artie Triele Eileen Tiernan Don Wladyka Fredrick Wolf Compliments ot MR. GRIFFIN'S SENIOR HOMEROCDM 316 -p . ' - David Kopelman Larry Kenny Vincent Landers Fred McShea Fred Miller Frans Oestreicher Tony Puleo John Rogers Dave Sallah George Tooker Dow Weidler Bill Wittenhagen Mike Zito Sherman Van Ness TGS Elaine Balsamo V. Janet Bobrowski Judy Bono Bette Botcheller Caro Flesch Madeleine Kessler Mari yn Marx Mari yn Mastronardi Connie Ribaudo Caro Mari yn Rossetti Helen Schwarz Irene Stetten Romanelli Pres MISS SALMERI'S SENIOR HOMEROOM 222 COMPLIMENTS OF YOUR SCHOOL BUS CONTRACTOR Q A X N31 WBxfLXfX9' xy K QWJDI Q! Q85 QY5"L www? A W wb ff , ifyflfisv X G' A SWYQM 3 .GX ,fgk i,Q,w wif W f ww FH "1 QS? CMS COMPLIMENTS OF .VJ V + ws' . FREDERICK P. WIEDERSUM '11 Egg, ff-ziggy SONS gvyW6XWA. ww' gFv1 'i wwf A guy hw ,, fx-25 s COMPLIMENTS OF SEMPER AMICI A L L si J Carol Krupinski Lynne Kolano Carol Dekoning Joyce Mitchell Mary Scalise Marilyn Mastronardi Diane Wallack Pat Kluse Rosemary Dekoning Jeannie Koop Lynne Schmidt Kathy Jordan l Carol Poniatowski Bette Botcheller Cathy Marcone Joyce Flaherty Lois Kornrumpt Gayle Reynolds COMPLIMENTS OF ROYAL WINDOW PRODUCTS, INC. 34 Franklin Avenue Franklin Square, N. Y. COMPLIMENTS OF DR. EUGENE H. KOPPEL DR. SEYMOUR J. RIEGER JOHN J. SMITH PROVISIONS CO., INC. PURVEYORS TO HOTELS 8. RESTAURANTS PRIME MEATS - POULTRY - PROVISIONS 37 Grand Avenue, Brooklyn 5, N, Y COMPLIMENTS OF HARTNETT FUNERAL HOME f I -t U.. ,1j,f!.ff ,,f,fnQ Of ff' C It S, , Q 'gLfl'k"IF h I 48 Greenwic Street Hempstead, N. Y. IV 3-9288 RED SLIPPER DANCE STUDIO 293 Newbridge Ave. East Meadow BALLET 4 TOE - TAP - BALLROOM CHILDREN 8. ADULTS IV 9-8744 BACHTLER BROTHERS OFFICE SUPPLIES 8. EQUIPMENT I9 Clinton Ave Rockville Centre, N. Y RO 6-0668-9 FL 2-7272 FL 7-0400-OI FRED SCHILLING 8t SON 922 Hempstead Turnpike Franklin Square, L, I., N. Y, HARDWARE - PAINTS - HOUSEWARE FAIRVIEW 5 AND IO II83 Grand Ave. North Baldwin, L. I. IV-I-8442 BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATING LEADERS LOIS KORNRUMPF J. BADER C. KRUPINSKI S. PAPARO E. BALSAMO J. MONUSKI H. RUBIN CLJBXDHPS H S. SMITTEN J. SWEZEY J. DEUTSCH J. NAPOLITANO L. SCHWARTZ C. ZAJAC S. ARCHDEACON D. GOMER M. KNABBE L. CHICCO M. GUINAN D. MOSSA J. DeARRASTIA J. HALL E. MULLER M. DeVITO C. HINRICHS J. OLSEN T. FUCILLO L. HCDWARD M. TAYLOR M. GOMER J. CHARPEK, odvisor C. WEISE 'Q IN MEMORIAM llcclicillvcl to thc lix'inQ1nn-u1oi'y ol' Lou Dglvicl l,ic'l1t1-lilwrg. who dim-nl on AILll'L'l1 -l, lflhll, 'lillI'OllQ'llUlll, his onli-411 ol l4'Il months, lluxinl worked hard, UPYCIA losing thc undnuntcd spirit cliz11'aCtm'1'istic of hini. Ho fought courageously against fl liopfilvss illncss. To those ol' us who we-rc lifbllllllillfl r-nough to have known him. his Fight is an inspiration. 166 In spitc of his illness, David was Editor-in- Chief of the Sigzzafzmx vicc-prcsidcnt of thc N3l'i0I13l Honor Socicty. n nicinhcr of thc Ninth and German Clubs, and a Rc-gcnts Scholarship winner. To say that hc' is gonc would be in- accurate. 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