Verona High School - Shadows Yearbook (Verona, NJ)

 - Class of 1951

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GIESBRECHT DEDICATIO To BENEDICT LoCICERO SCHOLAR INSTRUCTOR AND FRIEND do we respectfully dedlcate the 1951 Shadows He was the advlsor of our Assembly Lommlttee and demonstrated great Interest ln our programs to be and faculty In the classroom he was a great and msplrxng leader and mstructor strlct but falr always glvmg us the benefit of hls theoretlcal and practlcal trammg No matter how large or small were the questxons that we asked hlm he always gave us a satlsfactory answer even though at tlmes lt mlght have requlred a great deal of extra work on his part He mstllled ln us the feellng that we were an lmportant member of the team and even though we graduated we could always come back to hlm for guldance and advice It was a great prlvllege to have hlm as an mstructor and advlsor He has the admlratlon and respect of all of us A' 1: . sf sure that they were of high standard, diversified and liked by the students NIR XINLENTl lhll ER Supuu mg lrlnuple -:uf wiv'- WK- Av-""' MR WILIXINS Mlbb HOWELL MISS HAMER Dean of Boys Latm Dian oflxrla Hlalory Trmnurer Lommerual "sQdl'9'h .-ef'-4.-Q Qi MR WOOD MRS DOHENlUb VuePr1nc'lpal Suretary to Mr bampaon A DMINISTRATIO MR WILLIAM H SAMPSON Prmclpal of the Hxgh School w-Iwo Q! ig ff THE FACULTY 4 2. fi, -. 4- 'Q W . ,,.u,..L " L: I 5.3 le . ta 9 A A Elm 6- .gave IL Herman -Xndtr on Barbara Bliss Sciences I hyslcal Iducatlon !""1- Tenms Coach Isabelle Clarke Mathematics 'T' Louise Prlcke French lmglzsh .lean Muller English 'Q-1 xr-f f Nelson Smlth Physzcal Education Basketball and Track Coach Ruth Deal Art kenneth bleaaon Hzslory Qu Dorothy Neves Sewing 1' Alme Van Houten Sciences and Safe Drwmg John Burgulllos Spanish l aul Dxmmers Commerclal Lmnea Harms Pngllsh Harold Reldenhaugh Hrstory Eleanor Wagner Home lzconomzcs L.. le gf H F3 A i Harold Buttt rw orth Mathematzcs 3'-."Z'f lre llc- lxllrnlann Sclenc es Axel .lohn on Sciences ""'!Z'-11? Edmund Sxhlll M uszc Dzrector kno' 'gan iz, aaalr .1 ' Q' . - Andrew laraten en Mechanual llrauung 1'-AQ w-2 l utlu r l'al1 oncr Manual Tlammg lit ne-duct I 01,11 ero Commerczal 'CW' Mary bhockney bngllsh Walter Wermuth Margaret Wood Mllllwmlllws Home Lconomlcs Football Coach .1 in Q Qs.. I--.M E' 4 Q 'L Q' xxx, 'df' 8l'll0l"5 MX..- ,,: sf -.4S""'w vw A if 'U .11 .J wi .rv .J .74 PKI '- gf . MTM zz. Q.. 5 0.5. ann It' all over now . . . Since it is the style to reminisce, we, the Seniors, would like to take time out to recall the many pleasant memories of the past four years. We have come a long way since September, 1947 when, as Freshmen, we started to make a place for ourselves in the halls of V. H. S. It was a long, difficult year because of the adjustments we had to make, but one packed full of fun. John Kortright was elected the first President of the Class of '51, and Henry Palm and Ethel Wialworth were there to aid him as Yice-President and Secretary. Little did we realize that these were three of the many names which would be heard again and again in connection with important school offices. As Freshmen, it was our duty to present the first spring dance, and so we did. lt was a "Spring Fiestaf, which won fame for its gay, flowery decorations. Miffed because no freshmen were asked to join the Dramatic Club, we formed one of our own and at the end of the year we were proud to boast that one of our members, Jimmy Hayne, had a small part in the big May produc- tion. The class of '51 was busy carving a niche for itself in the many different activities on the athletic field, on the yearbook, the newspaper, and various committees. We look back now and laugh, but can't you remember feeling the least bit important? We started our Sophomore year with more confidence, feeling that we were now an indispensable part of V. H. S. John and Henry again were elected to lead the class, with B. J. Brooks as Secretary. Ethel W'alworth represented the Sophs as Secretary of Student Council. W'hile the commercial students struggled with shorthand, the college department was dissecting frogs, which were affectionately tagged with monikers such as Algernon and Digby. John Kortright set the pace for marks, and the cry, "Rah, rah, Tommy Hatchettn was beginning to be a familiar one on the foot- ball field. And remember "Showboat," the nautical affair where we danced to the music of the "Souvenirs" Martin Giesbrecht, Jimmy Hayne, Henry Palm, and Wilma Graham were the mem- bers of the dance band from our class. This successful year ended fittingly with a picnic at Valley Spring Lake. Our Junior year proved to be a busy one. Herb Light, Jimmy Pignatello, and Rae DeCheser served as class officers, John Kort- right was Vice-President of the school, and Lois Axman was Secretary. Miss Howell's English class presented 'fBetween Ameri- cansw at Madison High School. We received those long awaited class rings and several lucky people, the envy of the class, sprouted driving licenses. Parties during winter vacation marked a new era, the Junior boys began to take out Junior girls. From here on in, everything was "witchy.,' Physics, Commercial Law, Geometry, and Bookkeeping were just a few of the subjects we were mastering. "Hangman,s Noose," a real thriller, presented by the Drama Club, boasted Connie Coates, Alice Duff, and Henry Palm as part of the cast. And the prom-a trip to Hawaii, courtesy of the juniors, and we loved it. Do you still have your leis? Guys like Carl Mead, Tommy Hatchett, Herb Light, Jack Larkin, ,lack Cresbaugh, Rolfe Evenson, Henry Palm, and ,lack Kingston were representing us on the athletic fields. VUhat a year, but what lay ahead was even more exciting! September, 1950 . . . we had arrived! Norman Douglass, B. J. Brooks, and Carol Stewart got the class off to a fine start. Wiith Herb Light as President of Student Council, John Kortright as President of the Suburban Conference, Henry Palm and Wally Grove, as Judges of the Student Court, the student government began its many duties, including rewriting the constitution. .lack Kingston led the football team and Rita Heyer with the aid of her cheerleaders, and Marilyn Kays, Barbara Bratch, and the flag wavers spurred them on to victory. Rob Hochheiser and Arlene Graff kept us informed in the While Hornet and Alice Duff acted as Editor of Shadows. Rae DeCheser was head of the Drama Club. The class of '51 began to forget how to walk, because so many of us now had licenses and the cars to go with them. The Seniors took the opportunity to get to know each other while they worked on the Christmas Prom, "The Night Before Christmas." W'ith open houses, sports, a senior assembly, the Junior Prom, and other events, the year passed too quickly. This year, as graduation approached, we thought very seriously of the responsibility that faced us. Some of us would go into the world of business and others to college, but we knew that many of the boys would be entering the armed forces. We had our fun, and our more serious moments, too, and no matter what we do or where we're headed for, we know these wonderful memories will accompany us always. W'e will never forget all those, whose spirit and willingness to give, has made the Class of '51, a class to be proud of! sn .4 S, wiv r-.f'1'3 if.. FWF' J, sta.-ifi nw X. fu W .,.,, ,p f--W' H' " A ' -an in I . . "5"'Q-5 .Q ,say -1: . fl v- A.. . A ,Z if ...E ..- fi, 1' iss w' 'Q ,cw Q -4 V. F u Y X - My ,ve gf! W LOIS MARIE AXMAN Lots, She that was never atr and nener proud had tongue at wtll and yet was never loud Noted for neatness, sxnglng Usually seen on the honor ro Weakness that good looktng fellow from 1 s Secret ambttlon to start a partnershlp wlt 1 ' Student Counell Representnttve II Ilntenlng to Music II Ixnltttng Club III Cleo Club IIV Trallic Patrol IV Locker Patrol IV Harmony Club IV White Hornet IV Shadows IW Secretary III ""5.."-E' PROCTOR B BAKER .IR "Proc, Bake, Procty Babe What ts hzghest and noblest tn man conceals itself Noted for femmme following Usually seen bemg friendly becret ambttlon to get beorge Burnett's Model A Soccer III IV Basketball III Baseball III IW De batmg III Locker latrol III IV Intramural Hankel ball III IV Automobile IV Hall Iatrol IV Iutra mural Volleyball III Q2 egg' .l TENNANT BALDWIN 'Tenny lruth uhen witty, ts the wttttest of ull thmgs Usually seen plano playing with ,ltmnne Meakness those new Merturys betret alnbltlon to have a way wttll women Soccer II lennls II 'I'Square Club II Automobile Club IN Idltor IW Shadows IW Student Representative III Clre Club III IV Dramatic Club IV Audtollsual t Whale Hornet I"eature AUDREY BARRON Aud' 'Sham, Audie Oblzgatwn ts thraldom and thraldom hateful Noted for bemg a regular guy Usually seen harmomzmg with Carol Weakness mllbllly muslc beeret ambltlon to learn to yodel I-ranch Club II Bndge Club II Harmony Club IV Trl HI Y IV Nvhlte Hornet IIV Circulation Man agar IV Band I Orchestra IIII Cleo Club III IV Irallic Iatrol III IV Soual Commnttee I II Student Council Representative IV V35 LESTER C BARTLEY es Ihere wouldnt be half as much fun m the world tj ll werent for Children and men and there amt a mute of dljierence be ween them under thezr skins Noted tor making faces Usually seen m his car Weakness lookmg at gadgets on new cars Secret ambltton to get a new motor for my car Baseball III Tenms III, Snecer IV, Audio Visual Club III, Dance Club IV Basketball III we ETHEL RUTH BERSEY Estelle," "EI " "Joyce Sarcasm pozsons reproof Noted for fnendly smtle Usually seen ln the Paramount Weakness drxvtng get ret ambltton to get that R N degree ln her hand Clee Club IIV Shadows IV White Hornet II IV Soelal Committee I Cafeteria Patrol I, Listening to Muuc II IV, Modern Music III .- - , g ' - .' . 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'QQ f 'A I 3 - ' e.yy bk if BARBARA ANN BLOSE Barble I oose now and then a scattered smzle and that I wzll lnle upon Noted for being frank Lsually seen wth B I Weakness Co C0 Sure! ambltton to travel 9 and Adle I Shadows III Traffic Patrol III IV Cafeterxa Patrol IV Assembly Committee III IV Clee Club IV Trl H1 Y IV Cabinet IV Constltutxon Commlllee IV Chairman IV BARBARA .IEAN BROOKS Bee .lay She ts good that does good to others Noted for bemg rellable Usually seen wlth Barbie and Adle Weakness muscles Secret ambmon to Join the 'Elks Uramatxc Club II III Wlnle Hornet II IV Shadows I IV Secretary of Clau Il Student Council Rep resentatxve Alternate II Student Council Reprelenla tlve III Student Councll Patrol III Clrll AA III Radio Script Club III Cafetern Patrol III IV Vnce Preudent of Clan IV TnI'IxY IV Conatllu hon Committee IV Canasta Club IV Cabmet IV MARILYN JOY BRADY Mar What heart of man IS proof agamst thy sweet seducing charms' Noted for many halr dos bsually seen wlth a boy Weakness yet to be discovered Setret ambltlon to be able to make up her mind Spamsh Club II Modern Musle III Dance Club Clee Club IIV DONALD EVERETT BROWN Don It ts tranquil people much Noted for quietness Usually seen yes Weakness fried clams Secret ambttlon to go to Callforma Modern Muuc Club III Chef Club II Consumers Club IV who accompltsh BARBARA JEAN BRATSCH Barh,' 'Bobble Happmess IS an equivalent for all troublesome thmgs Noted for antics Usually seen danclng m the gym durlng lunch Weakness romantlc movles, stones, poems, and songs Secret ambltxon to tour the Unlted States Ixnlltlng Club III Cheerleadmg II Glee Club IIV Club IW CHARLES G BURST Buddy Most pleasures embrace us but to strangle Noted for bemg natural Usually seen drlvmg a hard bargain Weakness girls, cars Secret ambltlon to go to Alaska Audlo Vlsual Club III Football II IV Basketball ll Track II Automobile Club IV Intramural Baa ketball IV Nam -M. sw s , K , ..- 5. li ,Q -Q, I ,III ' ' cs 9 s - 11 ,, . . . at as ' ,H it , . . 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A ' .I .' v . n l U I ' 'E' JOHN D CASTLES .lack You must look into people as well as at them Noted for saying Yes Usually seen ln the Student Court Weakness summers at Raxnbow Lake Secret ambttlon to swlm ln Mr John son s fish bowl llstenmg to Mun: Club III Basketball IIII Base ball IIN Chef Club II Intramural Basketball IV ROBERT CLARK Bob As a general thmg, an mdnldual who ts neat ln hts person lS neat tn his morals Noted lor laughing up hls sleeve Usually seen marching on down the field Weakness chocolate sundaes Secret 8Ihltlll0ll to Own H Car H I III IN Chess and Checkers III Soccer III Orchestra II IW Art Club I Band IIV Coll' IV Dance Club IW IONSTANCE HASKELL COATES Connie She ts mdeed perfeetwn Noted for her ldeas Usually seen a dlller, a dollar a vocabu lary scholar, what makes you come so late? Weakness llvmg Secret ambxtlon to try everything once White Hornet IIV Shadows IIV Brldge Club ll Modern Music Club III French Club IV flee ub III lost and Found IV Ilramatle Club Ill IV THOMAS DAILY Tom" "T D Human knowledge ts the parent of .IOHN CRESBAUCH doubt " Jack" "Cres h df m Noted for hrs mterestlng eyes The stormy music of t e u Noted for flnppmg colns Usually seen wnth the boys Usually seen readmg the Daxly News Weakness basketball Secret ambmon not to get kicked out of Weakness bowlmg, food, midget auto any class for a year races Spamsh Club I Photography Club II Sports Club Secrel anlbluon to bowl III Track III Intramural Basketball III IV White Hornet IV Bowlmg IIV Captain III IV Baseball Il IV Intramural Basketball III IV Dance Club IV Chess and Checkers III Soccer II Boys A A II Band I IV Intramural Volleyball III IV Intramural Plug Pong I IV RACHAEL A DeCHESER Rae' "Sham" "Rayzn The heart that ts sooner awake to th flowers IS always the first to betouched by the thorns Noted for tutung her halr Usually seen being an mdxvlduallst Weakness men teachers Secret ambntlon Cheaper by the Dozen Dramatic Club IIN Vlee Presldent III President IV Clee Club IIV Student Court Patrol III Whlte Hornet II IV Shadows II IV Ixterarv Edltor IV Debating Club III Public Speaking IV Span h Club II Bulletm Board Comnnttee I Class rs Secretary III Student Council Representatlve III IV ,L f V ,V I la. ss r - vs u - f - va as 91 : ' U ,, . . . 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' - - CATHERINE ANNA DELKER Ixntty Let us be up and doing 'Voted for uvauty Usually een cnjoymg herstll' Weakness saylng charge lt Secret amlnuon to be as good .1 wtf: and mother as her mom was Dramatic Llub III ll Klee Club ll IV llanre Cl lx I lholograph llnlm II Necretar II Ixnlttmg Lula Locker Introl Ill Trallir latrol II IW Whale Ilornel Y Nla Img Idnor IN Nhado IN Advertlsmg Manager IW Assembly Committee Ill ALICE F DUFF Al" 'sDuffy 4iiP' LOUISE ANN IleLUll -X Lou No pudlochs bolts, or bars mn secure u motden as uell as her oun reserte Noted for hung qulet Usually seen and newer hcaxd YI eakness conyertlbles bccret ambmon to drtye a motortytle rtmumg Lluh ll Ill ole: Llub I III llmce tl-ll. IV And then she would argue, ye gads, how ROLFE JACK EVENSON px she would argue Noted for contagious laugh Usually seen plugglng for Shadows Weakness Poor Lll Secret ambmon to drnve without scrap mg fenders Red Lross Lumrnltlee III Dramatic Club IIV Clee Llub IIV Whale Hornet IIV Shadows II IV lzdltor In chlel' IV Publu: Speak ng IV Modern Music Club III Trl Ht Y IV hlrll AA IV Traiie Patrol Ill IV Locker Patrol III Bulletm Board Committee III Ralph E I am trymg to do two thmgs, to be a radzcal and not be a fool Noted lor Due to the connubxal tran qulltty Usually seen on hxs soap box Weakness girls, food, platomc gtrl frlendshlps Secret ambition to be Secretary of State Soccer IIV Basketball III Audlo Vnsual Llub IIII bpamsh Llub IV Math Club IV White Hornet IV Busmcll Manager IV Orchestra I IV Debating Club III, Basketball III IW Intramural Volleyball III IV sw? "auf NORMAN W IJOUl,LAbb Norm You busy wtth the crowded hour to ear to lue or due Noted for dfllblll dlllllly Nxcdlillcss onions betret ambluon to always have a good time Basketball II III Publlc Speaking Ill Math Club Ill IW shadows V ht I'dtor IN Llass Inst ent ll Bulletin Board Lommltlee IV Lhnxrlnau IW Intramural Basketball III IV lifts MATTHEW JAMES FARAHER Mau It may be ll e, but am t tt slow' Noted for curly halr Usually seen at the gas station Weakness hot rods Secret ambltton to drive a car ll0 M P H again Audno Visual II Photography Club III Automobile Llub IV as I Be. wah' I RLT 'V K M I v ,J 1, x f We Y, , xr - ' 1. , Qi' st xi 1. X h LL " ji .. - ., s . . L : " " 1' . At. t, ' 'L . . 5 I : ' ,' L., . an , , v V -- , Q: K. ' as I l - In '. I A I, 4, . in N , ' H . ' ' Z - . ' I . ' 1 ,' ' 4 I U . A . I ' r - Q. - . - . 1 .. . I - Q - an . ' , 3 . Q t . ' ' ' 'l , . .j Y - ' , - , lu. Public Speaking, tv, Rea cms Committee 1, V I n 'Q I 1 Q ' y - Usually seen: conduvung class meeungs. ul-1',. .' 3 3: .S ', " .. I - '. Q V - , , i . ', ' f a . ' ' It I ' ' lv ... K C Q LS I 91 .. , Q ' 66 79 S6 V99 l K : ' - ' u ' ' . , a - s I . . ii . . , as as .,: 5. . 'as l Z N . . u uf ' , I . . : . . - , l ,, . . -I I 'A ' v ' I ' - -.. ' ' ' ' Q : ' Q F ' f - . ' s . '. : - I ' v . . , , ' - V' . I - , . ' . , ' I I l .1 Q ' I ' . . " . , 15,3 'A-'X MARILYN LOUISE I'I:,AR Mar For yesterday was once tomorrou Noted for being her own weet e Usually -een wanting for Rae ln the locker room W eaknm -s prom rastlnatlon S1 fret dIIlIllll0ll to go to Ind early flee Llub IIY 'Irlodern Muslr Lluh III Ilurmonx Ilub IY Iost and I-ound Lnmnnllee I III IW ra alle Lluh nle orne Shade s In-Q. 'Ph 'er-'I' RONALD B LAHR Ronme Ronny Babe Ion Out o sight, out of mmd 'Noted for In mg fickle Usually seen wnth the boys Weakness scashore with the boys pre tty eyes Secret arnlntlon to hawe a solution to all his problem- u vs AA II Lnslenmg to Music III IW Baseball ll Track III Irootball I Bowling IIN Baseball IW Hall Ialrul III RILHARD JOSEPH I -KWNON Rich 'Ihe grauly and sttllness of your youth the world hath nolf d lN0tuI for lremg qulet hut une U ually seen conung up with the right answer Weaknu women 591114 dlIlIllllOI'l to retlrf' .uurra I lull Au 0 Llur l ll "'3"N. MARTIN L, GIESBREI HT blesle Look, hes wmdmg up the watch of hrs JAMES M GIFFQRD wrt, by and by ll wzll strike jlmmle Noted for being unique 0,1 wuh the dance Usuaub' S0611 needing 3 Shave Noted for smooth dancmg ARLENE E GRAFIQ YW eakness halr Usually seen debating Secret ambltlon to see Hayne shave every weakneb, gn-1, who keep me laughmg HY Secret ambmon to be a professional Soccer IIII Shadows IN Band I IV Orchestra I IV d Lamera Club u Ill nam Band 1 IN ance' Lntered V H S ln senior year Soccer IV Arl There as mutszc ln all thmgs 1 men had ears Noted for pretty eyes Usually seen running to the publisher with Rob Weakness pizza Secret ambition to raise one eyebrow White Hornet IIN Managing Izdllor III News Ldntor IV Shadows IIN Spanish Llub II locker Patrol IIV Lo Lhalrmau III Chairman IV Traf lic Iatrol II IV Modern Muuc Llub III Publxc Speaking IV, Dramatic Club IIY. Orchestra IIV ' N .L HN my ,A I f' a Z f" 'ui j' 5 I 5 Ks 97 ll li! I 2 l 's ' 5 s If." rr - u I. 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'ik' """,' WILNI X E IRXHAM 1 Wtllu Bang Ihere 15 nothmg In lt e so pleasant by hal, als a pleasant girl ullh a pleasant laugh 'Notul for blushing Usually ten wtththt bouuntre Vttakne-5 tonyertllmlcs wtth has dllll nall lntmg tampatgn 3 ado I ltstnnmg t Muuc II III Dance Band III Orchestra IIII Social Cummttlee I Ban I IW G' 15' 'i 1 rom ff Q-ff' H0140 I UIIIU Rot ky WALLALE STEW ART Q RUVE In uthlencs you :ull fund great joy W ally Note tl for working To knou hou to hide ones abtltty ts a 'lldllt 'UI' 01' Ill' U'd'k Hiking U great shtll PUIUIS Noted for ,une Sfull0mt.l,d,k Wtakm x gomg out ewery ntght tn a Usually eetn with the boys 'Um' rlllllt' W cakneb, bdwrdav night Setrtt amlntton to In nuue-Nful ln llfe Serret ambttton to get all hu homework 'I Huh "" 'B lu Tm' I H M0 "" done aseball III IV boccer Whnle Ilornet IV Nlechamcal Ilrawtng Club III Dance Club IV Muslr Klub III er, .4 'fm W9 CAROL LOU HAHN Carol Muff' A fatr exterior ts a Hne recommendatton Noted for moe clothee Umually eeen looking IH the mallbox Secret ambltton to take a blow boat to Ireland Weakness Wflllllg letters, dancing, red convertlblee, blue eyed boya Glee Club IIII Spanish Club II Shadow! IV White Hornet IV lost and Pound IV Cafeteria Patrol IW Locker Patrol II IV Dance Club IV Ixntttmg Club III .A BRUCE T HALSTATER Bruce Always at uork Noted for workmg on dance decorattons Usually been on hts bicycle Weakness ptscatorlal pureutts Secret ambltlon own a lake wlth plenty of fish White Hornet IIV Basketball III Tennis III Chess and Checkers Club III Photography Club III Out door Science IV PETER L HAMMES Pete' Napole Hambone Mystery homers over all things Noted lor wltty remarks tn clan Ueually seen tn hu M C Weakness lug eyee wtth lnttle winks betret ambtuon to dtg up burned treaeure Football I Baseball II Soccer II IV Audlo Vnual Club I 'I' Square Club II III Automobile Club IV btudent Court Kepresentaltve III Trnlftc Patrol I IV Chatrman IV Ht Y I r o U . , y . , 1 I' I I Q 24 I . 4. F as "I v , w u ' N , V- - - vs , . , . Gi ' 1, x I ' l . ,Ai .. , , .4 - .- , p ssw"llsv -4 " less as ' wa -' i" Y C. l I l ,,,, .g . . A :S ..S . ... - -s.: ,' I, 'Q h . . ' V Q , X . ' an ,vw - 'I ' I " K I l' ' s. -N ' 5 ' N Z - ' " gg ' ' . xv . . I ' ' - h ' , ' Ch I Il. I" tl Il I, , k , , d A , , I ,- l ts' - Qu ' ' ' J . 5-' : - 'H . - ,. . . . . ' ,. B - . I IV. V ' I , Sevret ambition: to help Mr. Lollivero A ' l ,' '.5-. '-.'-" .. .' 9' 'hw .5 , x ' .1 -. . , 1 I- . - - . ' 1 ' . 4 5 A he ' 1 Y Y . V521 71 SL U6 '0n99 ii 91 IC V ' Q, sa. 99 ' Z ' 4 V ' - --. , as ' ss - . ' 'S A l as so ns 1 : ' ' ' I 'I I ' I I I - H . . . . ,, , . : ' ' 8 WI- . ' ' Z ' ' :WN Q NANCY MARIE H-KNLEY Name Speak boldly and speak truly Nottd for lush brush Usually seen at the Verona Theatre Weakness money if RONALD C HARWIN Red Ronnie JO ANNE P HARDY Talte lzfe easy, tomorrou lS another day Noted for Ing feet The hazr ts the Hnest ornament uomen Usually 'Pen Weaflntl bowtw- hate V5 taknes- V 8 I'ord Hotrod Noted for pretty han. Sfcrreltlagllliltlon a loolgerk I lm T Usually seen m Mack P ,T K. 1 uhm-rfr t Ill 'lilly-nn tx Alai, Medkntaa KFECII LIIFYQS and CIBTIK Illllrtfll mobile fllh IV lung long IIN Intramural Ras mm kftstu IV Secret alnlntlon to be where palm trees Sure' ""'l'm0" I0 marry 3 demlbl lherrleadmg III Ctrls AA II Inslenmg to Muslc grow II bleu: Llub I Dance Club IW Cafeteria Com ne Hornet II IV Shadows IIIY Cnls rmnu ly II IV llstenmg to Munn: III Red Cross IN Itanre Club IV THOMAS C HATCHETT The Hat h Deathless laurel IS the uctor s due Noted for athletic- ablllty Usually seen at S1gler's Weakness wine, women, song, and Sum mlt Cheerleaders Secret ambltlon to play football with the Cleveland Browns Football I IV Basketball I IV Captann IV locker Patrol II III Track IIII Modern Munn: Club III RITA LOUISE HEYER Deet Ree JAMES L HAYNE The first of all mrtues ts mnocence, the ,Ilmmy Jaime Gwe me muszc I pant for muszc Noted for the eyes have tt Usually seen m the vermxlllon fire engme Weakness Le Jazz Hotte Secret ambxtxon to see Glesle grow hatr 6feeth1gh Orchestra IIV Band IIV Student Dlrector III Cleo Club III IV Shadows IV Buunesa Manager IV Tenms II IV Captain IV Colfl Souvemn IIV Dramallc Club III IV Vtee Presldent IV Audm Vnual Club I Musu: Club IV next ts modesty Noted for good grades Usually seen Cheerleadmg Weakness a certam Jumor boy Secret ambttlon to drive a trolley car Dramatu: Club III Whlte Hornet III Shadows III IV Trallle Patrol II IV Chairman IV Red Cross II Clrls AA I Cheerleading IIV Captain IV Flag Waving II III Assembly Committee III IV Glen Club IIII Tn HI Y IV Cabinet Cbeerleadmg Club IV Dance Club IV S I 1 . 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A ' f I ' Q ' I - -Q., -7' 11- 5? .1 ROBERT-X H01 HHI' lbER o 1 RE I' W hom not ezen zrmcs trmuze Not: rl for u raatllxty U-ually -een runmng tr the publn her WI 1 -X X5 eakne Q loweseat be1ret dlIllljll0l'l to join tht ll an While llornel I Il Ixchan e ldllor Il lo Ylanaung :lor III llor ln chief u o Ira Iuhllr 'Speaking IW 'I' alllr l trol ll loc er .1 ml I IS Co Chairman III Urclle lra l RITA ANN .IAY Reel Imitation IS the smcerest form 0 flattery Noted for school aplrlt Usually seen with Glenna Weakneie crew hair cute and Mr B get ret ambltlon to be the quiet type I lee Club III Shadows II IV Dramatic Club III IV Cheerleading Club III Cheerleader IV Curl! A A III Tn HI Y III IV Dance Club IV XUIDRILYQ .I Xi UBL5 .lake lhc hand that gues gathers Notul for sporta partlupatlon Leuallw Nl tn at the Library NX eaknca kid Ser ret amlutlon to go to l dlIl.Ulllld ,unur I b II IW -he ers nb IHUNI-XS H .IALUI lx5 Tom ake Iwu men are so cleter as to know all the muchzef they do 'No ul for nue llothe mee Hub I Xltakne women grelret amlnuon to own lub own plane bd lllll Iuothall Ill FN., "'l'?!" MARILYN EILEEN KAYb Kayser Penny But 0 she dances such a way Noted for her dancing feet Usually been leading the Wavera Weakneab dancing and bkatmg Secret ambition to marry, to dance AA I Cheerleading Club JOHN D KINGSTON .Iam Kmgy Dmger The oremosl captam of his tlme Noted for lug ahouldern Usually been on the gridiron Ca,-uma pmol H Dame Weakne-5 blondes nn West Orange Secret ambition to be an artlat -kudm lrlsual Club III Football IIV Captain IV Basketball III Track II Intramural Basketball IV H1 Y II Crafts I Gler Club II III Clrls II III Hag Waving IV Club IV if l V if 5 y ' N e ' Q ,ls . bg A 19 66 A ' 'iil -A l 4' I R l , . f - t ' . 2 ' J 5 's ' "" , V 5, gf' f ' - - L' '11 r," 3 . :A gg . . - 1 .1 ,. ..J, ,, ', bg: ' s. Y . Z. ' 1 V. ..',, , . . 'I ' ' Q ' ' ' ' - ss W' mv " . I . ' . ' . . an Ed , I-Id? 1' 1 ' ,nf Shad l.QI1'xxl', li 4- " A ,' , l I Q g, " . I " L' f 2 " ' :- mnfycglul,N1-1v..5paqs,h cl..1.,1l. xwi.-ln xnfif xl" 'll-nf""! AA' ' ' A h ' U lneually seen: grinning. . . " g . r' u - . . ' ' " , I N. . lu '- ' ' , ,V 1-lv. . .' V .I ' A I-M, 'll . ', ' f . g KX if , g Q Vi ' ' -Rfk? GG 9, ,, . . . . I U u" as as as pf . . ' ' sa H , I ' . . ' , ' ' 1 . 7 Y H - . V. . is H 5 ' S6 , -H is 4 ,ku 44 - as st - on L - 4 1 ' ' : ' ' fl I V, ' ' ' Q! Q rw!- PETER WERNER KOCH Pete Lookle All the world s a stag Noted for dramatlc talent Usually seen wlth .llmmy NX eakness Marianne from Berlin buret amlntlon to have lnnger Rogers teach htm the Mambo Radlo bcnpt III Dramatic Club I Dance Club IV ADRIENNE LENNUN Adle If eyers were made for seemg, then beauty ts tts own excuse for bemg Noted lor pretty hair Usually seen wlth Barbie and Bee HY Weakness who s weak ' 7 ' beeret ambltlon to learn about modern CEA Tl bhadows III bpamih Club II blrls AA II IV Irendent IV hmttxng Club III Conltxtutlon Com mittee IV Cafeteria Patrol IV HAROLD JOHN KORTRICHT .lohn Korky Though thts be madness yet there ts method an tt 'Voted for leadership Usually seen representing V H S Weakness meonslsteney beeret ambmon learn to fold road maps tn a IODWCFIIIJIC Ifootball I III Basketball I III Baseball I II Irenrh un are res: en a u r tru s lI Illalrnlan Ill bhadows IW llrlmtmg I ull Ill Nuburlmn Lonferenre lrfsldent IN llulnrroolu Representative III IW locker Iatrol Llnalnnan ll "lx:-G" JOHN l' LARlxlN ,lack Nlooney 4 shudou of annoyance neter fume near lm 'Noted for being tall L uallx een looking down ll eaknes new tar Surtt dllllllllllll to lu a lIlllll0IldlI't raft n sua I-not a Ill Trac li HERBERT ALAN LIGHT Herhy Jos A The great man IS to be the sertant o JUAN LEE M,.MANAMO1q mankind, not they of htm Noted for bemg Gods gift to women Usually seen getting out of class Weakness hot rods, tmny plano, and blondes Secret ambmon to stay awake m class Publle Spealung III Football IIV Basketball I Track IIII Boxmg I Modern Music II Mathe mntlcn III IV Class Presrdent III Student Council President IV Homeronm Ilepresentahve II 'Vllek ,lo ,Io Laugh and the world laughs with you Noted for that laugh Usually seen wxth Es Weakness North Carollna Secret amhltton to have brown eyes White Hornet III IV Shadows III IV Tram: Patrol III IV Ikmttlng Club III Clee Club I II IV Ixslen mg to Muslc II Proxy Parents III Conltltutlon Comrultlee IV Dance Club IV s- A s ss n at v f as U 1 e'n . , ' st V as na as 4 h . . H . . r . . v s F, N- . - . . as I . . - Y - tt , I as tt ,ss 'e' ' ' 2 1 : ' ' . .. 1 l , ' , Q l . ' L I ' ' . .:. A A - an ' ' ' , ' ' II-II , Hi-Y I-IV, ' , 8: ' ,'. , V ' h - . . I v 1 ls 's 2 I l ' . - ' - 1 H ' sz ' - s. till u, v' Vt- 'd 1 II, M th tg: tx nl. K .1 .'-- - ' " : - ' ' -' -. Q s . I ' ' . f ' '. ' Il C' s ll. Ando-V1 'l III, K h ll - ', ' lt I, Llass President l-II, Student Council Vlrr-President ll-IV, Ill-I ll-Ill, Intramural Basketball IV. . I . , . , , - , , ' I 1 - , '- '7-1, Nr ' x 1 r . . f KR V 5. 'i "lf . A5 ,. 4. K -I ' If sn - ss ' Z f A an ' g ' - - - as . sa as ' - ' u - t - - tt - 11 as I . , L - - n U - . to - vs ss - so J - I : ' ' '- ' ' u - as . ,h . 1 . . - , - , U . . : ' I I : I . . ' I M .QH wad! CARL H HEAD Burress Iocclh ts not thc era o tuvdom let us lhere are hate due comtderatmn Notccl for basketball Usually seen IH Ins ear Wc akness a certaln freshman at U V M Sc-crtt ambntlon to wiggle ble eyebrows luke Mr .Iohneon Ilnselull II IW Basketball IIV I-ootball II tra 'Aff Y X ' 1 DONALD MURRAY Murph Don Good humor nuckes all things tolerabl Noted for never worrying Usually been ln hte green convertible W'cakness Texas Secret amlutlon to retlre at 21 Football III Soccer III IV Basketball III Int a mural Basketball IIII Chen and Checker! IV Automobile Club IV 4 I ILBERT DFWII I NIFFIXER 1 4 good name ts rather to be ehoaerr than great riches Notc cl for clean lllt appearance I,-.uallx seen taknng pictures at gamcs XY eakne s guns, bow ties, archery, pho tographv Sec ret ambltlon travel ln time I-notball I Tennls II III Ihotngraphv II III Auto mobile Club IW Qhadows IV White Hornet IW Ihotographv Izdltor IW Conlmunltv Chest IV Home room Rc-presentatlve I Sergeant at Arms Student Court II 'Ei BARBARA JOYCE ELEANOR NEDOMA Joyce Bu eh arb Ie pretty daughters o the earth and sun Noted for her ortgmal pcano arrange ments Usually seen looking eoplnntleuted Weakness Rtchle Sec ret ambmon to make others happy Iertalrl one In paI'IIf'UIHI' Traflic Iatrol IW Harmony Locker Iatrol IV Ilra matic Club III Shadows III IV Cler Club White Ilornel III Orchestra IIV Band I Ilntemng to Nluuc: Club III Q 'VIARY JANE. 'VIUNSUW N ante W hat cz .spemlthrrft she I9 0 her tongue Voted for her drawing rooln WOIIC Usually seen arrnmg a school at 8 .HH Weakness merry go rounds Secret dIIlIJlIl0I'l to stop procrastinating Iublcc Qpealung I flee llub II IV Teen Age Club II Creatlve Wrltlng Club II Presldc-nt III Shadows III IN Dramatic Club III IN White Hornet III IW Ilebatmg Club Ill French Club IV 6' BARBARA JOAN NEC ER Barb The glass o faahwn and the mold of orm Noted for her many shoes Usually been trying to get ads for W lute Hornet Weaknesa buyxng shoes Secret amlntlon to own a department store Whale Hornet III IV Advertcsmg Manager IV Span nh Club II Tralllc: Patrol II Dramatic Klub III IV Cnfetena Patrol II III locker Iatrol III lost a cl I-ound III IV Chalrman IV Knxttmg Club III Canalta IV Cabinet Member IV , 3 f' It , , , fi k if 4 hs X A 'I Y f :K ' . f' 5 , f 2 11' " l c I , , . 4 I J 4. N f A I A . . W l I . t I 'S I. J." "J ' -" . 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BARBARA PALLADINO Bar Barb e Pal Common sense m an uncommon deg rs what the world calls wtsdom Noted for dark eyes Usually seen with the gurls Weakness tall men with crew cuts Secret ambmon to get my R N Degrte Clrla' A A II IV. White Hornet II IV Shadows II IV, Illtenmg to Muue II, Modern Munc II III, Soclal Dancing IV of Y? DONALD M NOBLE Don l m harmless Noted for Hls drawmg- of 'Nlr DIIIIIIIVTN Usually seen anywhere and ewerywhert Weakne-s -taymg a cnlllan be-cret ambxtlon to be a mllltonalre Soccer Ill White Hornet IW Track II III Basket hall Il Ill 'I' Square III IW Chess Club Il ipanlsh Club IW Basketball Intramurall III HENRY PALM Hen A combmanon hard to beat, a scholar, frrend, and athlete Noted for leadmg the soccer team Usually seen yes, thank heavens' Weakness J0lIlII'lg all organlzatnons Secret ambmon to keep his secret am bltlon a secret Soccer IIV, Baseball IIV, Shadow: IV Dramatic Club III Assembly Commxttee III IV, Math Club III IV, Photography III Band IIV, Orchestra IIV Ht Y III IV Secretary III, Prettdent IV, Vlce Prendent of Clan III Student Councll Reprelenta tnva I III. Student Court Judge IV 458' HIHX Wim? ROBERT DUN -XLD lNUR'l UN 0 1 1 Be as your uncles teach you 'Noted for his mgmg L ually seen worklng at Ewen on Vs eaknes- a tertam per on who atttnd 'VII bt Dominic S :ret amlnuon to rare lu tar at ln ll anapolls ramatxrs IN Football I occer Ill ee un nr S eakmg Il ado s llramatlr llul IW Ionstltutmn lomnuttee IV Ilomeronm Repro sentatnve IV Student .Court Representatne IX 15 fx 'US NANETTE LUCILLE PALOZZOLO Nan The long and shor of rt Noted for bemg short Usually seen standing watch m ht cafeterxa Weakness to dance, to skate, to eat Secret ambltlon to marry to be n BPUSI Ilramatn: Club II, Cheerleadmg III Clee Club I. Wlute Hornet I, Cafetena Patrol I, Dance Club IV Curl: AA IV ,fx j w l 5 X . 1 I 'N I .J 1 by is iff ll : ali - Elf ai ,I 2 so t as 7 W ..B ll- ' as-do ' . ,, . ., . , T 1 , I U. . - , I L v Y. . . as vs . Z S . Y . - , . , ' . - N Q HERBERT E. NIGHLAND "They say silent people are dangerous- Q' ' , K " ,, ,, , U ' gg: ' s ' - s U . . , , , , , , .e- ' : - s " ' I - : .5 'l , ' . . . il. I .Y l '. . . lx - ' ll, ' 4 ,S -lv, rn film s : . h ' N 2 V ' - Ill. I' ll Sp- ' ,Sh M lv, - ' 1 . : Q . - 11 ' I ' " ' ' ' " , - . h . , , if Ns ' A ,. , wg , - Q f r , '+..,," LL 99 ,, . . : '. D so 99 ss - 99 tc sv ' ,H ,I : I I l b 1 . . N - ,ee : . : . - ' H ' : ' . . . . - . . . . . . W : - a : . . 54' - as ' ' 3 ' - . ' . 9' is "Qi" ef fatal? Q? 1' get gig F 1 LENN-I ROSE PXRDINY unny 1 life has no blessing like u prudent fnend Nutt d for being nite to ut rybodw bsually seen with Rita VS takness big flashy suult Set rtt ambition to make a parathute jump out of an alrplam 'In III I IW Chairman IW Vhttr Ilornet IX Shad ramttt Club III ance ub t 5 III IN -ps, 'Us 'K MARY E PUVIPONIU Pomps Mare 4 good laugh ts sunshine tn u house Nutt d for fooling in the lotker room Usually seen with the sharp shooters Weakness roller skating dancing and long nalls Surtt ambition to skatt in the roller dtrhy re ttb err eadmg u 1 tr s A A IN I-la avin tafrleru I alro White Hornet IN Dance Llub IW 'Ui 1 LORIA S PEL HENIlx IJ o C or "l'ook Her words are trusty heralds to her mmd Noted for being sincere Lsually seen telling one of her many anttdotes buret ambition to please all offend I'l0ne White Hornet III IV Tvpmg Fditor IV ihadows III IW Typing Ldllor IV Tralhc Patrol III If Student Court Representative IV funstitution Lon: un tee IV rls A km tn us ts latinp, III blue Club I III Ihdmg Club IW Dance llub IV "ET ,lp MARK AREI' DESPINA PULAS eg It ts our actual uvzrk uhlch determines our talue 'Note d for her A Usually seen studying W takness someone, somewhere' ' ' St 1 rc t ambition to speak many languages French Club III IV White Hornet IV Trl Ill Y III IV Shadows IV Public Speaking III IV ?k.u- 'hw JAMEs A PH NATELLO nn Men of ew words are the best men Noted for ptn up girls Usually een dancing Set ret dlllIlIIIOh to draw for Esquire Dramati: Llub II IV White Hornet IV Shadows III IW llass Olhcor Vice President III Radio Script III 'Irack III Dance Club IV Constitution Com mittee IV KSN MAURII E ROBINSON Robbie Worry ktlls me, why dw Noted for his two front teeth Usually seen at the corner store Weakness tight sweaters Secret ambition to own a good car Soccer IV I-ontbull I Intramural Track III IV Baseball III Basketball IIV Ping pong IIV Vol Irvball III IV Sergeant at Arms Student Court IV Auto Club IV . ix,.'4 V I - . tsl "'i ti, nggffeixffiy, Ig? ffl j Q ' Y I :D x .twg A , Q I .3 , fs s s S I 4 'E . 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', 'g W 'g Ill, 2 'V ' IIV, 1 I - . f -- I M' num- 'VIARl ARET ELIZABETH RUEHL 'VIarg1e Modesty IS a dzamond setting to female beauty Noted for beautiful red tre-Gee Usually Qeen ln the locker room at 8 2422 Vfeaknev- -anlboah and the ocean qecret ambluon to be a beachcomber ound IN ns locker Pa ro I Dramalrc Club III IN French Club III IV French Club III IN Red Lron Llub IW Cleo Club IIV RUTH S SCHMIFK Ruthle Mickey -an Her fancv lost tn pleasant d eums HERN1 AN D AX ID SFBIRI 'Nota d for being petlte Liuallx seen vuth Barb We-aknew FOIIWCFIIIJIPS blondec Secret ambltlon to haxe all har dream' COIIIQ true :le Hornet III IN adows IW 1 r ag Wavmg III knitting Club II III Canasta Club Il Red Cross Committee IV Chairman Il Herm Neabrsue Hsrnan He has a lean and hungry look Noted for fiwe otlotk Nhadow U uallx seen exerwwherf Vbeakne- gurl IIIUNI1 or amthlng el t wou can mention qurct ambltlon to haw- enough time to do ex erwthlng elmull II neeer Ihtlngra x u nre Club 5 mdrws I IN Ilramaln' u Il lte Iornel IW I-oolbsll ln-sling I ommlllee IN I holnzraphv Fdltor I Shadows Scoreboard II III ,Q THONIAQ .I SPOTT Tom It ts u friendly heart that has plenty of DAY ID 'VI STEARNS rtends Noted for has friendly hellos Ueually seen wlth Matt Weakness hot rods Secret ambmon not to be with Matt when he does Photngraphv Club IV Audio Wlsull Club III Inlrlmurll Basketball III Aulomoblle Club IV Dave Sm urttes htstortes, goodness ts stlent Noted for getting the most out of hugh school Usually secn wlth hl- brotht r Weaknees tandv Secret ambmon to t axel to the North west Soccer III IW Chess and Lhecker Club II III Plug pong Club IW CHARLES H STEEN Q huck Arke qwctle A ltttle nonsense nou and then ts relished by the best of men Noted for ransmg tam ln Lnglnsh Cla-N Usually seen no heard" Vteakne-Q women SCCFCI anlblllon to rffllre at Baseball III IW Soccer IN Ill Y I IV Automobnle Club Chess and Checkers Audro Visual Club , '51, I I f 'S ...N I t Q f 7, iljf M ' 1' I ff at , ' ' ' 7 K A ,nt . 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'Nez H XLIIH LOUlb STIV -XL-X btum a I hate ought u good flght I lrrue passed my coume 'Noted for nnmleal 'P L-ually -een ln a rar bt taknu- to go galnantmg ut rx night buret .xmlntton t g t a .30 1 adlllac 1 onxertllmle ootball Il III llstenln t Nluuc III Baseba fl-"..T l HARLEE, TOBlAb C hunk bam BARR XRA ANN TAYLOR hzery man la u tolume 1 wuu llnuu how Barr Bolmln lv feud him Ixnouledge rs our ultimate good Nolfd for 'd0llUnl1 Nlmpd for ht, ed,-I-,ng Usually -een with tht lmy Ubudlly Sun wnh Ruthie We-aknc-s guna and tlu woodt lllllllllllg, Weakrleb- con ertlble-, bpeed lroatx YOU k'l0Wll Sefrpt dmbmon to dum, In tht bunk Secret dlllIllIl0l'l to be a lIl?ldIIUl','!,lNI tar Rdcex Baseball III IV Soccer IV Basketball IV Audio Whrte Ilornel Il IV Ixmtllng Club IIII Canasta Club IW rrp r 1 II Vrsual III Photography Club II Dance Club IV "9 KAREN XNDREA TAPPEN Ixorn She moles likes a goddess, and looks luke 41 queen 'Nou fl for her crubhea Usuallw wt en wtth the latest ll eaknew None, Im atrong burst arnlntlon to have all her dreamn tome true ee u 1 rr s III IW Shadows II IW llramalrc Club III IW Cheerleading Club IW Cheerleader Il Tn H1 Y III IW Dance Club Il CEORCE FRANCIS TOWNE Ceo L, T I ooh through nature to natures Cod Noted for mee volee Usually been 0IlN6I'Vll'lg Indigo Buntmgb Vuakne-5 bow tree, obbervmg nature Sure! amhmon to travel around the world :occer II IV Clee Club III IV Math Club III Ilarmonv Club IV Chess and Checkers III bhadovqs IW White Hornet IV Tennis III Band IIV Orchestra IIV Student Cnuncll Repro senlahve III I K IAF ,r - I K I I Z. - ., H - I - tt ta ' vs 4.8. lv V ' w y H W! , Q H I - 1 . .' .. . t . , K . , x. . 1 ' A. . ff 1. 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III, Tr'-H'-1' rftvf Jiqixl 'Wx Q"""'P- LESLIE TRAI IUVIAN es But still his tongue ran on 'Note tl for lnglng Golden barring XX eakne omeone from I anada 5e1r4t dlIllDlll0I'l to make good omedav and fulfill hx wx h asellall lll lramauc Llub l Dance u llehatlng Llub lll While Hornet lll blee Club Ill ll i 454 IR VW ES IRFNE TLl l I Ilran -1 woman IS always changeable and caprlcwus 'Note tl for her Nlllllk' I ualls N1 1 n ln ddlllg for I afetx rua l utrol SK I ffl dllllilllllll to Illdrrl a lIlllll0llLlll't am lx I ub Hn e u I Ilramallf I u ee A Dance Llub IN Lafrtrna a ml lhanrman ,H Q"""7 JILSSI- YINQ ENT My onlv labor IS to kzll time Noted lor lrlond lldll' U-uallx seen around Green -Xtre- Weaknex- .1 lrrumtte at Immaculate an teptlon H S Surat dllllllllilll to lu a Illllll0IldlN mug r foot I Lhe Lu .v "T- 115' '17' ETHEL VIAE WALWORTH Esate Quullty, not quantity LS my nature Noted for that lnnocent look U-ually been wlth ,lo .lo Weakness Frankie Lalm +- Thats 'Vly Desire 91-fret ambxtlon to have the rlght anbwer at the right time lf I I Kuff erm I ntrn Tramt Patrol III Shadows III V h le Hornet Ill Proxy Parents Ill lknlttmg Club Ill lV Bowling Club Il Secretarv Class l, Serrelnrv Qtudenl Council ll Secretary Student Court IV ,Q-"iq, COX "5" SARAH JANE Vi ELLM -XY 'Nothing rarer than real goodness Noted for knlttmg U-ually seen laughing Weakness Boston, Frankie Lame Sefret 8nllllll0l'l to take that tnp with E-.ale Mn ern 'Vlusnr I lub III Dance Club IW Wh le nrnet IV adows V n 1 Cnr I .IUHN I ERARD WILLIAMS Lu h erry ll ho does not lone ume women and song remams a fool hu uhole lzf long 'Voted for curly cu la-hu Uaually Neen with Hatxh and Nlghland Weakne-5 women Set ret 3l'lllTlll0l'l to get marrlefl Football Ill IW Modern Musxc III Basketball Il Baseball II Bova A A 1" 'X 4 14 M, ' 8 Y' y ' S. ., an - A x Q 1 - -I ' I . I , I I . 4' - . l J .S K 'I jf I ilflilll' Q I 'ft l A K ', 'Q I' "Jesse" ft , - - - vw Vfllf az' 'Il ' aa' as ' ' Y it ' ' ', , . . . . A . A. ' L. .. . 'F ' ,'- N : H 1 - Lisle' lo Musa Il. ' b ll Il, ' f 'l h ll Iryually wen. wma-wagging: XM-akm-ss: rating. Twfk III, ' 'esta " . . - " '. Q - - ' " : - P Sp 4 ga u. ag Cl b'u, V :I b - 'S ", , m, on lihb I-Ill, ' '. ' ' B . , 1 ' ' , Cl b ll. IH lv. 3' IV. mga 'K V V Y 1 L A . so A Q U L . 6, 5 .. ...I ,., KA 4 nl 91 A A A I - ' - , u .I. I. .' , , Q . ' 2 . A A ' K.: I . V. K .,, . - - v , v ,v I , sa ix. as uES9s Lv : . . . t V A I , - I i ,A ' l H ' l q n - Y . . ' f ... 1 .,- .,' D Q: . ,f , - : - 'fgff '-A .- ' ' Il-I, ', ,'..n.' ,," du II A 2 . ' '. ' A - - . - . ll , Sh V I , 'r '-H'-Y lv, 'I' . .' AA. lv. fi I' AA. lv, Tr'-Hi:Y lv, 3 4 ' ' 1 m, 'M . ff, hh- , . ' L ROHFRT RADEMAK HER JOHN TURNPR Class Offlcers Brooks Vice Presndent Dougla- Presldent Stewart Secretary 46-M? 3 i if Qs. se h . rg , 21 , j ,Z in ,I if Y I 7 jf Q s S , I A O ,A rl. K - kr N.: R lg 1 'cw 4 R, A-'f' -, A A V ,X ' nga? M ll. 91-:Wg P. ' - ' 2 1. a , - ...C KE E TERL, Nils! all CLASS JOKER BIGGEST FLIRT Martin Gicslrrea-lil Gloria Pevhinvk Herbie Nigliland Nlarilyn llracly ,4' CUTEST QUIETEST Henry Palm Ethel Walworth 1101, Clark Loig Axman an 5 2 3 i M MUST l.llxEl.Y TU SUCCEED TYPICALLY V.H.S. NICEST SMILE Herb Liglit Rim HVYH' Pele IIHIIIIIIPS Rita .lay Jimmy Haync Barbara Blose LJ 2'-1 'U BEST LUWTKINU DONE MUST FUR V.H.S. lfurl Mvad Connie Coates john hurtrighl Alive Duff -5 MW.. . ' in A ,,, i ' 6 fl, Q ' In - TES A I E . 5lT 1,,.,E Y ' a BEST ATHLETE BEST DRESSED Tommy Hatchet Barbara Palladino Gillwrt Meeker Margie Ruehl fy:- 9' BH 1 EDT HAH RAH BEbT PERSONALITY BEST DXNL ER Ronnie Gahr Karen Tappcn Proc Baker Glenna Pardiny Jimmy Pignatello Marilyn hays Here is the Class of '52, Now Juniors with lots to do. The following lines we now present, To tell our experiences and intent. As freshmen wc stood and gazed with awe, At the "wonderful', seniors and sights we saw. 21rr we learned to know A Is the perimeter of a circle, and so Up the next rung of the ladder we climbed, With studies and dance plans deep in our minds, Our dance "Music Box," went off with a bang, And our heroes in football drew a large gang. W'e searched and searched for something new To help our class, and raise money, too. Our artist drew a cover to put on our "libros" Maroon and white, like our varsity Nvestidosf' And then we were Juniors, upperclassmen at last! The prom and the class rings now in the past. With safe driving warnings still in our ears, Dual-controlled or not . . . we stripped the gears! iii? , mm- Q f- wt . f ,X Q -4 L Co 06 period fo l1C9Hl7'0llhg I. r loafers 'I M133 MH, ' erf, cl 033' As we laughed Wllll sympathy at the freshmen, stumbhng through the halls, use recalled our hrst year a bl s 111d moles 111 tlns 1nst1tut1on ol ours We thought about our asscrnbly program whe re we presented our news o11 the btudent Lourt, our boys partlclpatlnv 111 all sports spurred 011 to v1ctory by a peppy squad of .l'1'6blllll6ll cheerleaders, our WllClly dance, Larnlval Lapers, wlnch was a smashlng success, and last but 11ot least EXAMb wh1cl1 ended our first year Wllll a bang btartlng our Sophomore year, we came face t f l o ace Wllll our dance On the mg 1t of beptember 73rd we dan d , ce under sllyery stars South of the R10 W hat a thrlll 1t was for us when our bo s I d y p aye 111 thelr first varsxty games lhree of our classmates Pat L ll I , argle l'1tzpatr1ck Sl y c leerleaders and tl1e1r pep llldllC6d greater school Splfll from us at the games Und , lck Tompson, and Ahce Blose, and o11r Student l ou11c1l FCIJICNCIIIHIIVCS Cordon Brown, 1 harles Opdyke, and Barry Nann, we haye enjoyed our second year 111 V H S However, we are looklng forward to l'JCC0l'lllllg upperclassmen and acco l l I n1p IS nng even greater things for IC glorv of our falrest Alma Mater er the leader-hlp of bteve Kott D 'Fei H -ai' lam Ehrmann umrtllles a C Mass 7 I ' H I .L A JV sh 'y ' ' 71 Y J V . . . . . 1 ' . , ' ' . ' M v I . ,, . L . ' ' ' ' ' ., ' 'L e lauser, Alda DiTrani and M' ' H ' were var 'tj l ' 1 ' ' f ' ' 1. , lf - , L . - ' - t 55 ' K4 7, 1,172.2 . . ,ll sz" sf K . y A Q . A, 1'0- 1' THE UPHO QRF CI AQQ f ,QQ 11- 'V . ia-ski' ,wx Q .1 I K f, N, 9 1 32 yf9"hfN pax 1 :ai 55. f?'F' H+?- muw wr First Rmb, left to right: Clark. llringlv, llum-ly. Roof, Cold- lu-rg, llalligan. Huvr. .xlllN'y. lxrohn. l'almvr. Ufthc-llo, lirlran, Sliutlh-worth. tfm-. Ziimm-'rmzm. l,l'll'l', Nlrlfarrvtl. Ilngglrltmm, Wat-on. Pompuiiiu. Ilueflllu-i-my 'll-lm, Svrurxcl limb: llutlvr, Yu,-. Si-ton. William-, llarm-3. ilhurvliill, 1- --- . Iitlwartlx, Rm-tl. Dolmm. Sing, Henwht-r, Cox, Erfurt, Marah, ilramlmwky. Smith. litlggt-ritr. Karmarn-k. 1Qurm'y, ?-- , Hilvhf, Yuhl, Tfzirrl Row: Dahl, Ilall, Moran. Wwamlf, lnglt-Fino. Tovsnt-, XYil'l'llt'llll, Li-Nnf-r, Xpplv, lialtlssin, liluml, Hulalwc-ln-r. Sarhf. lxu-1-nlwrgz. llauvk, Uartnrll, Curtis. Hraham, lngoltl, Halftat:-r, Yvh- flagn-. Fourth Kon: Litlatrum, llunr, Dunn. l"arah4-r. l"rf'y. Burn:-tt, Chestnut, Foftvr, R0t'lllt'F, Thorp, St-hultz. ,lone-P, Hit-nhart, Smith, Norton, Smith, Gahr, Williamson, lxuwal- fki. Merwin, Berry. Fifth Rout Clatlicr, Nolfi, Stivala, Pulte-r, B1-rgstrom. Kuhn. Hathaway, l'vtrl'a0n, Kelly, Rich- artlaun, P1-arson, Vow, Hayes. I Z 1 S 1 ll l x . 0 KS' sf THE FRESHM C 4 SS At last the t1me arrlved when we could finally become a part, even a small part, of Verona Hlgll School Our contrrbutlons as freshmen were small but SlIlCCI'C The frosh boys went out for all sports, and at the end of the season had many vlctorles to thelr Cfedll The glrls dld tl1e1r part by supportlng the team and cheerlng at the games The Freshmen glrls were well represented 1n the varlous sports actlvltles of the Glrls Athletlc Assoclatlon, whrch prouded plenty of fun and entertam ment for them It was a wood sign at the bCUlllI1lIlg of the wear when the majorlty of the fre hmen took part ln the many soclal and school actlvltles of V H S Bemff able to glue a dance and ralse monew for our treasury sounded 'lt first, llke an awful lob but we found lt was a wonderful chance for us freshmen to show our splrlt Our class. officers Bob Shuttleworth Ralph Ustclla and ,lomnl Urban lourt elected ln the fall W e re Hlldlllg out new tlllIlUS ex ers dax o now we LOIlNl1l6l' ourselves prettv w ell lll the know to TDPUIII our sophomore wear Because of the dlmCllltl6S and ll'lbllldt1OIlQ we hate met and passed bs we all had a wonderful weir and are l00lxlIl0' forw 1rd to the l'PIIIdlIllllQ, xears lll the hope that we can brlnv more credlt and honor to our Alm 1 Mater 1 . , . ' . . . . L - H A 1 rl T . P . 'v I . - . ' J - s ' ' " ., ' ' ' , . .e. K, l ' ' ' c ' 1' ' c ' , 1. . 1 1 1 -' , ' I . '1 1 1 r 5 1 w 'kv h r . . w Y ' r. . : . ' , ' . 1 1 1 a ' represented our class along with the members of Student Council and bludent v ' Ei '75 ' Y 1 . ,, . 1 1 . I . S ' ' . ' . ' M V . v I l . :L 've v 2 . . v Y L , I F -2 1 . ' ' Y lv V - , , . P , 2 . I Lg A . , V. 1 vi 1 '54 an 2 f' f Pg arm L sends zo 1 e Eye neue roq 119 C' oql Why t e osed Ele menwry My Dear W C3500 K ---.M X W' .F ,. ' N ' x N' 4' Jyx ,X I f -1..-- Kff-n4'3f3'f-Y AN , ,,,. , -pf-f'f3"".w'u .-.1 ,VM I m"s'!!"99 ,,,,.,.-rw!-4 x 1 qu! 3- 9 anizafionfi HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES A ND A LTERNATE5 First Row, left to right: Butler, Voss, lfptlyke. liuscn- hcrg lngold. Carroll. Second Row: Row. Brown. Nann, Homer Pcrhenik, Pardiny, Barron, Kuhn. Third Row: iulnather, llillen, Low, liortright, Norton larroll Cagliano, STUDE T COU CIL 'sThere will be a Student Council meeting, Wednesday, Room 6, 5th pe- riod." Every other Wednesday, this notice reminded the students that the Council was always on the job. Under the leadership of President Herbert Light, and faculty adviser, Miss Howell, the Student Council, composed of the Cabinet and Homeroom Repre- sentatives iron out the everyday prob- lems that confront the students. The big job accomplished this year, was the re-making of the Constitution of the Stu- dent Council. The Constitution Com- mittee which worked hard to make a new and adequate constitution, had as its members: Carylou Apple, Libby Coe, Bob Shuttleworth, Don Voss, Charles Updyke, Barb Jennings, Steve Kott, ,loe Cagliano, Gus Meyner, Dick Barney, Pam Hastings, Barbara Wells, Maria Lynch, ,Ioan McManamon, Norman Douglas, Bob Norton, Gloria Pechcnik, Barbara Blose. Adie Lennon, Jimmy Pignatello, John Kortright, Wally Grove, Henry Palm, Herby Light, and Pete Hammes. First Row: Walworth, Secretary. Second Row: Palm, Judge, Grove, Assistant Judge. Third Row: Meeker, Robinson, Sergeant-at-armsg Walter Wermuth, Advisor. STUDE CO RT The Student Court began its very busy fifth year with a very enthusiastic group of students as its officers, the most important being Judge Henry Palm and assistant Judge Wally' Grove. This year, the Court, working in co-operation with the Student Government, set up stan- dardized punishments, the need for which was felt in past years. This system of using standardized punishments was tried and found to be a good one. The ollicers of the Court at the begin- ning of the year realized how important it was that the Court gain the respect of the student body, and that the school was fully acquainted with the Court. A special assembly was held, in which the principles and procedure of the Court were explained to the students. The Court is always strict but feels that its punishments are just. Because every student is acquainted with, and respects the word of the Student Court, is has become one of the organizations of which V.H.S. is most proud. u , X ml t x 15 I sf - Q 2-I s I 6 A 4414.44- XG? 0 Ft""l'1 :-+ - X D Cb 45 5 dm Dani Demi Emi First Row, lefrto right: Evenson, Sebiri. Barron, Pevhenik, Graff, Hochheiser, Decker, Meeker Baldwin. fliesbreellt, Noble, Christe-nson. Second Role: Hahn, Pulas, Hastings,,'Palmer, Coe Lissner, Wehrheim, Edwards, Abbey, Palladino, Bersey, Munson, Dartnell, bchermerhorn Hauek. Third Rout Miller, Lum, Heller. Potter, N11-flully, Malloeh, Sherrard, Davidson, Sher- rard, Lynx-h, Ne-doma, Hanley, Palazolo, Pom onio, H1-lla, Rambo. Fourth Row: Duff, Urban, Apple, llostillo. Solomon, l.ane. l'vl'I'Ili-llfl, Sllyvfllllill, Deflhcser, Stewart, Fear, lVlt'ikl3!llllll0Il Taylor, Svlnnivk. Wellman, lilose, Sager, Hartley, Fifth Row: Hoehheiser, Towne, Masrueh Pignatello, llrooks, Traekman, Katz, Low, Weilantl, Trimmer, Edvlhauser, Barney, Nighland Carroll, Hayden. WHITE HOR ET The White Hornet Staff is leaving V.II.S. with the satisfaction of a job well done. This year, for the first time, the White Hornet was printed by photo-offset. The subscription cam- paign went over well because everyone was eager to see what the new paper would he like. And no one was disappointed. The White Hor- net was filled with photos, and new columns like "Senior Sketches" and "Hoamin' With Rae" J appeared. For Christmas, the paper was printed ' in green ink. The White Hornet Dance, the s first in many years, was a "sock dance" with a I harvest moon theme. This was the first Hsock ' dance" held in V.H.S. Roberta Hochheiser, Editor-in-Chief, Arlene Graff, News Editor, and the other editors, with the aid of a large staff, published a paper of which the students of Y.H.S. were really proud. Of course, none of this could have been accomplished without the staff adviser, Miss Miller. Wt K .ffisyp cM.q.,.,w -else 1 fx ., S s soo,s , K .M e hw, ' yf. x ::i"EI. Q W Q ' t ul ,Q .f -7 t 1 1 9 V U' R if BOYS' LOCKER PATROL Carroll, Sempier, Barrerse, Flynn, Miller, GIRLS' LOCKER PATROL First Row, left to right: Ring, Palmer. Hoer, Apple, lialtlwin, Halligan, Axnian. Svrolul Row: llolrfon. Rug- gerio, li r 0 ll n , llecln-nik, Hraff, llayllvn. Carroll, Pom- ponio, Srlnnia-li. Third Row: HlDl'llllL'lhl'F, Hensvlien, Par- diny, Jay, A. Price, Eil- wards, ll l 0 s e , Davidaon, Marfh, Nt-cloma. Grant, Col- lins, P. Price, Sing, Hahn. HALL PATROL Sealed: Rott, HHIIIIIIES, Mrs. Clarke, adviser, M u n n. Standing: Baker, Gahr. TRAFFIC PATROL First Row, left to right: Mv- Ginn, Perln-nik, Graff, Deck- er. Sesond Row: Nedoma, Axman, Heyer, McCulley, Hoc-hheiser. Third Row: Mr. Johnson, adviser, Duff, Bar- ron, Stewart, Dartnell, Char- man, Marriott, Blose, Blcrse Solomon, Mc'Manamon, CAFETERIA PATROL Seated, left to right: Hahn, Pomponiio, Miss Hamer, ad- viser, T u C c i, Pallazolo, S t e 4- n . Standing: Carver, Hardy, Stevens, Wells, Len- non, Blume, Brooks, Bartsrh, lxays, Ruggerio, Parasugo, Caputo. 1 RED CROSS COMMITTEE First Rolf, left to right: Coveny, llollina, Sclnnivk, Hahn, Na-gvr. Serond Row: Solomon, Brown, Fear. Third Ron-: lxandell, Th0lIllD50Il, Taylor. AUDIO-VISUAL Kneeling: McMillan, Hogg, White. Standing: Richardson, Deppe, Tilotson. hr' ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE Seated: Heyer, Lynch, Blose, Mr. Lollicero, adviser, Decker. Standing: Heller, Hinckly, Hastings, Palm, Light, Kortright, Bamey, Mil- ler, Updyke. no BULLETIN BOAR D COMMITTEE Svutedz I,.ym-ln. llouglaff. Re-ilmcr, Polk-r. Stand- ing: Haftings, Miw llval, adviser. i N ii:: if 5 fin, fl s I o ' M S, :L Q ' my I f- v LOST AND FOUND COMMITTEE Left to right: Hahn, Coates, Neger, Mr. Glea- son, adviser, Fear. 4-- X s la X WELCOMING COMMITTEE Seated: Sehiri, Carroll, Mr. Burguillos, adviser, Hammes, Standing: Katz, Schumacher, Barresse ,sf 0136 AS'-Ea D531 534 :sez as t iiziagii' iii W Ill IIE rl if-51 8 I llll lll 1 First Row, left to right: Gradowdky, Ruggerio, Trimmer, Nighland Jacobus Mc-Manamon, Bersey, Nedoma, Carroll, Edlhauser, Fitzpatrick Barney lngold, Graman, lnglesino, Wands, Kasmarek. Second Row: Duff Dobson Krohn, Gurney, Hauck, Towne, Lissner, Coe, Palmer, Goldberg Halligan , Seton, Smith, Abbey, , . Third Row Bratsch Sing, Blose, DiTrani, Miller, Decker, DeCheser, Fear, Munson Stewart Barron, Hogg, Zimmerman, Blood, Blose, Churchill. Fourth Row Rusconi Pomponio, Hoer, Marsh, Griffith, Trackman, Baldwin, Towne, Hayne, Mrs Leonardson, Director, Sebiri, Daly, Barney, Reed, Edwards, Werheim, Bald win, Cox, Martin. The combined Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs, with their new director, Mrs. Leonardson, have com- pleted an especially successful year. The clubs, made up of freshmen, seniors, and a few sopho- mores, worked harder this year than any Glee Clubs in the past. For instance, students arriving at school were often greeted by the melodious sounds of the Glee Clubs which had been rehears- ing since seven-thirty in the morning! Due to this extra work and effort put in by the members of the combined clubs, the two concerts given by the clubs were particularly well done. At the Christ- mas Concert, red carnations were worn, which made the mood created much more effective. The club had the honor of being asked to sing with the Verona Choral Society at their First Annual Christmas Concert. Everyone who attended was very impressed with the work of the Glee Clubs. This yearis Glee Clubs have been happy to set a few precedents which it hopes will be followed and enjoyed by future clubs. GLEE CL B G9 Dm! Dun G7-'-9G'l+L9 C B C Dm C B C Dm'7 Cldim G7 a S Y . VI.. LX! 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KC WV i s- UI :P C3 Nl Fil 5 I cb gy 151' ll - QS!-1 ORCHE TR Fvery Wednesday between 19 10 and 1 00 anyone hovermg about the ,Iumor Hlgh School can t help hearvng and QIIJOWIIIL the harmomzmg stralns of the orchestra ln its perslstent preparatlon W 1th only one short rehearsal a week, the orchestra does a splendld Job lll addmg a glllll of I'IlllSlCdl ardor to our weekly HSSClTl.bll8S The Orchestra presented a dellghtful concert 1n March and agam entertamed at Commencement Mr Schull and everv member of the Orchestra ns proud of 1115 dLlllCVCIllCIll ln helpmg to make the Orchestra the fine group lt rs wltllOl1I everyones co operatlve enthusiasm, the Orchestrl could never do the job that ll has done The Orchestra, as one of the lllatllL1ll0IlS of Y H S wlll alw aws be remem bered by ew ery student ll is 1 U' 'I ul-1 1' In ., - Nl' ll Ill . 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I' W V , X ' UF, -3 ' , U1 HI . all My my u rr Noble Exhnbltlon Thls year showed the start of many new clubs among them the very popu lar DANCE club Here bovs and glrls lncreased their danclng ablllty whlle the students ln the PUBLIC SPEAKING club Increased thelr speakmg ablllty The glrls ln the KNITTING club leamed how to make their needles fly whlle the bovs ln the CHEF club made some of thelr dellcxous dellcacles that could be smelled throughout the scnool The HUNTING and FISHING club formerly the Hobhv club had a lot of fun vou guessed lt huntmg and 6ShlIlg The stu dents ln the BRIDFE CANASTA and CHESS and CHECKERS clubs have all become pretty good at thelr mdlvldual games and can probably beat anyone that would be wllllng to plav with them While those ln the LISTEN INC TO MUSIC club lent thelr ears to some dreamy muslc those ln the HARMONY club became experlenced part smgers The students ln the MATH club acqualnted themselves wlth the curlosltles of math . . .N .fs - , fry? y 3, I . 1 M y g W. 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' I f 3 ' Y f ' ' ' 'f " If , Ax .M X V K I- 'X X ' I f' The 1950 football team, under the guidance of "Dutch', Wermuth and "Skip" Smith, had one of the best records a Verona team has ever had. By a lot of hard work and the will to win, Verona took the Subur- ban Conference and the New Jersey Group 1 sectional title. Also the team broke the old scoring record of the school with a total of 210 points. The season was exceptionally good except for some heartbreaking losses, one to Clifford Scott and another to Millburn. The Senior Class was well represented by having seven members on the first team. ,lack Kingston lcap- taint, Tom Hatchett, Herb Light, Herb Nighland, ,lerc Williams, ,lack Larkin and Buddy Burst. All were out- standing and the Seniors really held the team together. The junior Class dominated the backfield with Clark, Carroll, Sempier and Kephart. On the forward wall, Martin, Marriott, Meyner, Cillen and Hitchcock all saw considerable action. When Jerry Carroll separated his shoulder, George Hoover, a sophomore, ably took over. The team which usually started was: Hatchet, end, Martin, end, Kingston, tackle, Burst, tackle, Nighland, guard, Light, guard, Marriott, center, Clark, quarter- back, Carroll and Kephart, halfbacks, and Sempier at wingback. Others who saw action were Larkin, Gillen, Hitch- cock, Meyner, Bartolo, Wirtlilin, Barresse, Baker, Low, Talmadge and Brennan. Climaxing the 1950 season, Verona won a hard- fought game with Caldwell by a score of 7-0. With Len Clark, the quarterback and passing star out, Pat Sem- pier took over the running of the team. Tom Hatchett finished his last game by making a spectacular catch and running for the lone touchdown. As usual, Pat Sempier kicked the extra point. Verona can look forward to another good season next year with all the experienced underclassmen back and a good freshman team that is sure to help out next year. xr.. Six if . as ff I e - ' . -we 5.-il , - SHANE... I I 5 ' Q- -. . I - aiu f. .N was t is .. 5-45 ' 54. TOCCER The hall was blasted through the goal posts as N erona scored again. This yearis soccer team was ahly coached by "Doc" Goeltz who has now heen a eoaeh for twenty-three years. Del by Captain Henry Palm. the team included such performers as Rolfe Ewenson. Bob Flynn lCap- tain-lfleetl, Wally Grove, Pete Hammes, Proc- tor Baker, Don Murray, Maurice Rohinson, Alan Christenson, Bill lloldsworth, Russell Jacohus. Charlie Updyke, Larry liingham and Dan jerbasi. With help from the student hotly and cheer- leaders, the boys were ahle to come through with a good season by winning six. tieing two, and losing six games. As usual, the squad came through with a game that they can he excep- tionally proud of. ln a notably thrilling game. that was played in a downpour of rain. the team came through with a winning score of 3-2 oycr the Lehigh freshman team. Some of the valuable substitutes who made up the squad are: Hob Norton. llon Nohle. George Towne, Boh Raithel, Gerard l.ytle. l'ele Tillotson, and George Howard. Une fact that disturbed the hoys was that there were only two freshman boys out for the team. We hope that this freshman class will show more interest in the future. Wiith a squad of at least twenty hoys return- ing next year, the sehool can he sure of a team that will well represent it. First Row, left lo right: Raithel, P, Baker, Rohinson. Bartley, Nohle, Hurry. Hammes, Grove, Palm, Captain. Eyenson, Tohias, ll. Stearns, Opdylce. Second Row: "Doc" Coe-ltz, Coach, Chestnut, Nann, Katz. King, Coates, Jerhasi, Christenson, Holmlsworth, Churchill, Kingharn, Jacohuf, Flynn, Tillotscn, Cadhy, Towne, Lytle, Kuhn, E. Stearns. ids? .P 46 'vs if 7 V A1800 "' wwf Sl viw lim f T' , gi V X, LIN RAIL 4 First Row: S4-lnpier, Mead, Barr:-ss:-e, Grove, Castles. Fisher, Second Row: F. Baker, Low, Churchill, Home-r. Carroll, P, Baker, Last Row: Mr. Litwhiler, Coachg White, Tobias, Steen, Martin, Cagliano, Christianson, Collins. The 1950 Verona High baseball team will soon be stepping up to bat again to capture honors in the Suburban Conference and State Race. In case you haven't heard, last yearis squad won the Group I, State Championship trophy and had a record of nine wins against six losses. This will be quite a feat for the ,51 baseball team to repeat. but it can be done. As this is written, things are still quite indefinite, but it's pretty safe to say that the team will be made up of such seniors as Carl Mead, Wally Grove, Henry Palm, and Tom Jacocks. Also, a large group of juniors including Richard Martin, Jerry Carroll, Charlie Churchill, Don Marriott, Joe Low, and Bill Holdsworth. From last year's freshman baseball squad will be coming some excellent material such as George Hoover and .loe Cagliano. Coach "Wfoody" Litwhiler has the difficult job of pro- ducing a pitching staff and of deciding which position each boy is suited for, but as this problem comes up every year we don't have to worry. One of the reasons why Verona consistently has good teams is that we always have a great deal of competition. With no single position definitely held by anyone on the retum- ing group, we can expect competition and therefore a winning team. No matter what the line-up, though, spectators are assured of many exciting, well played, and hard-fought games in 1951. BA EB IJ, r sf :Q 4 , 'ti Q Y .54 :L X X g K Q Q J. 1 Q ' .e ' . "WW ., Q s. , xii. . gsfuate K, Z1 W1 " . -1-f1 . . ':i 1 ,Mi g 2 . 'nAx,,,M- -f i J ,, lm - 4. 1 g1 '-es: , - ' gf f ' f Q ,,i'f"2,f?' 'Hi' is if H as tl V . J . , 5 , fa' . an Wally the jump. ,K . as Q Nia N -a ,ss , y -: B., ,ffl .- X f V "Proc" gets that fly. Carl in action CHEERLEADER We . an Q 1 K N 5 9' in ,mx 'vs Q. ,ac-1: Left to right: Edlehauser, DiTrani, Wilcox, M1-Cully, "Cookie Boo' Jay, Heyer, Captain, Tappcn, Fitzpatric. , What would V.H.S. do without a squad of cheerleaders to lead us through the football, soccer, and basketball seasons with their inspiring spirit and pep? Rita Heyer and her squad were always out there., rain or shine, ready and waiting to assist the teams. Their routines, always clever and well done, have taken time and energy, and with their extra good spirit and sense of sportsmanship, they have represented our school with high standards. Witli only one veteran this year, tl1ey've proved themselves very capable. Mrs. Harms, their sponsor, also deserves credit for her assistance and guidance throughout the seasons. The Cheerleaders deserve a "cheer" and our thanks for their service to V.H.S. N f W lf, , f 5,1 ,V it GIRL ., .-aiu ,1" a . ,-,U A --Manu-1 ,........v.-a ,N .' . X 1. tiff 1 'IEW Ili J Ill 1, ' 4 " - izff " I M af ' can - . ..- gg. ll I.. ti sis 'SRX '- nan llll' rf un nn o -vb 2: :::: I!! B CREW - -AE 'IHETF 195 ,six Q' flf' Wi' 'E' , f . ,rg,,A.g.4vq..-,I First Row, left to right: Curtis, Olson, Dartnell, Clark, Reed, Pardiny, Lennon, Dartnell, Hayden, Silverman, Sager, Gifford, Carroll, Pomponio, Pallazolo. Second Row: Gifol, Fernald, Goldberg, Halligan, Kusenberg, Williams, Lane, Grant, Kandell, Jennings, Coe, Johnson Hauvk, Pardiny, Mcliully, Castillo, Edelhauser, Nighland, Fitzpatric, Trimmer, Kazmarek Pomponio, Steen. Third Row: Reiber, Nelson, Smith, Hensehen, Hogg, Baldwin, Apple MeGinn, Porter, Hinckley, Jay, Harrison, Hella, Bartley, Parasugo, Stevens, Tappen, Solomon Potter, Lum, lJiTrani, Miller, Cox, Chuijchill, Barney, Seton. Fourth Row: Sterk, diFran1-iseo Weber, Lynch, Abbey, Smith, Ballard Davidson Garrabrant Fawcett Rambo Erfu affe , , , , , rl. J y. Blose, Brown, Eaton, Heetus, Wells, Miss Bliss, Boltz, Hastings, Held, Hauck, Abramson, Mal- loch, Smith, Wellman, Walworth, Coates, Palladino, Ruggerio, Grodowsky, Weiland, ,lacobus Anderson. This year there have been many changes in the Girls, A.A. The constitution underwent a trying time of revision under Miss Bliss' ever helpful attention. Among the new sports open for girls this year, were golf instruction and practice, and track which proved to be very popular. The president, Adrienne Len- non, with the assistance of Glenna Pardiny, vice-presidentg Joan Dartnell, secretary, and Betty Ann Hayden, treasurer, organized and presented a square dance where the girls squired the fel- lows. The membership hit a new high this year, possibly because of the system of managers and captains of the different sports, which has worked very well. 'L-17 ? MISS BARBARA BLISS ADVISER Fast at-lion. 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UE xi WY, ,Qfx vii - A 22 THE NATIONAL MUSIC SHOP TELEVISION RADIO COMBINATIONS RECORDS Open Every Evening 570 Bloomfield Avenue lVIOntclalr 2 6320 Montclair N J NELLY Flon: VE 8 l-206 Wedding The Class of l95l Bouquets Wnll Enjoy Driving the Fme Flower Flowers Arrangements ULTRAMAWC WAY Member of I: T D Last Word un Automahc Transmnsslons 522 Bloomtueld Ave Verona N J Your Local Packard Dealer SCHAIT 6' SON Dry Cleaners and Shirt Launderers of Dnstnnctlon Slnce I897 444 Bloomfield Avenue Verona N J lnvutes You to Drnve One THE LANE SICRIST CO MONTCLAIR N J 'Ask the Man Who Owns One' Compliments of BELLEVUE AVENUE TEXACO STATION KEN DECKER Prop 0000.000QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ oooooooooeooeoogg---QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ Ulfl : : : : eo-: : : : : : : : :----: : Q-: :-----...-- Q-----..0,---------.o---------..--o- A , . . s 4 yn . . . - . , . . ' 0 u . . . . u , . . s n , . . :::::::o:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::22:C:::::3:3:::::" VErona 8-2162 THE HAINES MEATS - GROCERIES - POULTRY VITALE'S MARKET Boys' and Girls' Fruits - Vegetables Wearing APDBYGI Birdseye Foods ISizes I to I6I I V Dora Lee and Henry Haines 423 Bloomfield Ave' erona 436 Brownfield Ave. Verona, N. J. VE'O"a 84747 WALWORTH PLUMBING and HEATING 724 BLOOMFIELD AVENUE VErona 8 3973 Tel MO2 II67 CHARLES FEAR co Inc 211111 MOVING G STORAGE 605 Bloomfneld Avenue Momclau' N J Montclaur New Jersey Office Warehouse I22 Glenrudge Ave 40 Grove St John O Nann MOntcIa:r 2 2352 U2 -A,--A-A--- .,....,....,, A ,...... -A--A--------- ..... Y---A---A--A---,:-2: Compliments of FAIRVIEW SERVICE STATION THE BABS SHOP MONTCLAIR CENTER SUMMIT SPRING LAKE Compluments of HOFFMAN S LAKESIDE DELICATESSEN Hy Hoffman 550 Bloomfield Avenue VErona 8 IIZ8 Verona N J CHARLES BAHR Cr SON, Inc. DURRELL STREET an ERIE R R VErona CAldwell 6 OOO6 HENRY RUDOLPH Establnshed 1885 Fme Flowers for Over Slxty Fave Years Caldwell and Essex Fells N J The New York Llfe Agent In Your Communnty Is a Good Man to Know PROCTOR B BAKER NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO I I80 Raymond Blvd Newark 2 N J MA 2 5150 50 Church Street Montclanr N J MO 2 9678 Res 60 Chestnut Road Verona N J MO 3 3650 T731 --AA-----A------A--A - A:o::::v--v-oo---v------v--v-- Qxooooeoeoooooooov v.... vvv--vv-v---,--Y VE 8-8382 - 3 WEST ESSEX BUILDING SUPPLY CO., Inc. LUMBER - IVIASONS' MATERIAL SCREENS -INSULATION 40 Depot Street Verona, N. J. "Your Community Supply Dealer" VERONA TRUST COMPANY CHECKING SAVINGS ACCOUNTS PERSONAL LOANS Member of Federal Deposnt Insurance Corporahon PINE FLORIST coRsAoEs SIGLER S WEDDINGS FUNERALS E550 STATION CUT FLOWERS Jean H Mesteller 82 Pune Street VErona 8 8210 Cor Bloomfueld Cr Mt Prospect Aves Verona N .I Q74 JACOBSEN'S SPORT SHOP "Everything for the Sportsman" Our only Store 596 BLOOMFIELD AVENUE MONTCLAIR, N. J. CONGRATULATIONS TO VHS GRADUATES FROM VERN ER CADBY Inc VERONA N J Your Frrendly Ford Dealer MOntclalr 2 1653 MADISON S Books Gifts Statuonery Luggage Leather Goods School Supplues Greetmg Cards Photographuc Supplses 427 429 BLOOMFIELD AVE MONTCLAIR N J Us - I . D J OLDSMOBILE ROBERT B KING Inc I J 478 Bloomfield Avenue MERIDIAN JEWELER Opp. Verona Park Ent. WATCH 6- JEWELRY REPAIRING Watches - Diamonds - Rings Compliments to the Class of 'Sl from WHALEN and BERRY 636 BLooMFiELo Ave. L. Puleo, Prop. VERQNA GREEN ACRES LUNCHEONETTE 397 BLOOMFI ELD AVENUE Mike Bartolo Prop MOCLIA S ICE CREAM P Cr S CANDY SCHRAFFT S CANDY Compliments BOROUGH PHARMACY nc Congratulations to the Class of 1951 Samuel Watt Reg Pharm S 280 Bloomfield Ave Verona nc VErona 8 0699 of I . , . . , ' - I . U71 Compliments of ve nsovnls To the Class of '51 L k H ' Best Wishes Good uc and appmess VERONA cEnAR ckove ESSEWS VERONA When You Get Around to Buymg Rugs Remember Us VERONA DINER Servmg Fme Foods 24 Hours a Day Never Closed VErona 8 8228 W P JOHNSON 5' SON Inc A Complete Fuel Servrce S E R V I S O F T We Soffen the Water for You I IO FAIRVIEW AVENUE VERONA Us T E R Y S ,N.J. J A- -A---- ------ -A---A-QA--:-:::Q::o QoqeoooooQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ: : : Q- SUBURBAN --oo---v-----v- .... vv-- --- RAYMON D R. BEAM REALTOR INSUROR MORTCACES VErona 8-1230 or VErona 8-1786M 489 Bloomfield Ave. Verona. N. J. CLASS 0F 51 STEWART MANUFACTURING CO Inc CEDAR GROVE N J Phone VErona 8 6071 VERONA HARDWARE Inc J S Moran HOUSEWARES Pamts Owls Varmshes Class Fertilizer Lawn Seed Tools 542 Bloomfneld Ave Verona N J lOpposlte Verona Lakel LOU SEBIRI Q79 I 1 80 .?' IX AA T O ,pl u Q Q 5 NB Q x 3 P A Suv l ll Wxv Forever brother hall and farewell Yes we wlll always be brothers for the frxendshxps we have enjoy ed m V H S w1ll lmger with us forever When any graduatlng class says Farewell to thelr school they cannot say lt as a group of mdxvldual but as a closely knit group of frlends who have become friends through mutual work studles thoughts doubts asplratlons trlbulatxons and pleasures We the Llass of 51 are no different from any other class ln tlus respect When we were freshmen and we looked around us at our classmates we didn t know that there were friends and people Just llke ourselves But now we do know Therefore upon leaving VH S we believe that the best wish that we can leave wlth the future graduatlng classes IS that they become as real a group of friends as we have I A K 4 I . X xx ' XI, 1' W ' Q I l NJ v - wlkkym O . jlx' K X N, . x, I , I lllwylwull Xt. O Y t na 1 f X I as g , - .aa xx s W V . 2 5 .5 W .. , 7 - . J . . . . . ,.


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