Verona High School - Shadows Yearbook (Verona, NJ)
- Class of 1952
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As the C1ass of 1952 embarks on
new and strange journeys and our
four years at Henry B. Whitehorne
High School fast become but p1eas-
ant memories of the past, we the
staff, wish to offer the 1952 Shadows
as a permanent remembrance of old
friends and classmates and the many
good times experienced throughout
those years. With this in mind we
now present Shadows of 1952.
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Circulation Manager .................. Ronald Cadby
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To Iohn Burgu111os who wrth much con
taught us prohclently ln Spanlsh but as
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through four years of schoolmg warned
w1th us and helped us through our many
tr1als and problems we gratefully dedlcate
the 1952 Shadows
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MR VINCENT C GEIGER
MR WILLIAM H SAMPSON
MR ANDERSON BURGUILLOS MRS CLARKE
MR GLEASON MR GOELTZ MISS HAMER
MR REIDENBAUGH MISS RITCI-IIE MR SCELBA
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MISS HOWELL MR. WILKIN
We are deeply indebted to the faculty,
administration, and coaches who have so ably
guided us through our four years of high school.
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MRS. VAN HOUTEN MR. WOOD
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Four years ago one hundred able-bodied, skeptical, wide-
eyed Freshmen marched into V. H. S. What room did you
say? 28 East . . . yes . . . twhich way is east???J My. My,
Ten Book Reports tjokell. Mr. Wilkin told us that "a chip-
munk would look at Latin this way." We struggled with our
"peanut brains" and finally decided we needed a little money
in our treasury so -we threw a shindig for the school. Our
dance, "Blue Heaven" proved to be a very successful one.
We thought high school was quite a unique institution and
especially those "wonderful seniors!" Our class officers,
Sempier, Carroll, and Madsen helped to keep us together and
soon we found that we were enjoying C?l school . . . Marriott
donned varsity uniforms and represented our class on the
football field. Iune rolled around and with it our first Exams
which we were all exempt from . . . naturally! . . . and so on
to our sophomore year.
Our political leaders in our second year were: Clark, Bren-
nan, and Hastings . . . then along with our year's subjects,
English, typing, and biology Cpeek-a-boo, Mr. Frogll came the
inimitable "Music Box" which everyone enjoyed . . . the G.A.A.
had one of their most active years including square dances,
intramural volleyball, basketball and baseball. Supporting
our athletic teams were Sempier, Clark, Carroll, Marriott, Mar-
tin, and Flynn. Sally Wilcox was picked for one of the eight
cheerleaders to cheer our teams on to victory . . .
In our Junior year, Driver Education was installed as a reg-
ular course of instruction . . . physics, history and geometry
brought out the genius in our souls. Among our projects were
our book covers, "Cinderella Ball" and the revision of the
Constitution so ably accomplished with the aid of Barney,
Hastings, Lynch, Meyner, and Wells. The Tri-Hi-Y Chapter of
Verona finally became a reality. On the Student Council we
found Clark as vice-president and Carver as secretary. Also
in the political spotlights were Barney, Brennan, and Heller,
our class officers.
A new addition to the faculty was Miss Barbara Bliss who
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brought about a welcome change in gym apparel.
The sports were highlighted by Clark, Flynn, Kephart and
Gillen who were awarded medals for outstanding accomplish-
ments in track. Gillen, set the Suburban Conference record for
discus throwing. We also captured Suburban Conference and
State titles in football. As a farewell to the senior class and
an incentive to the underclassmen the Verona Chapter of the
National Honor Society was formed. The Iunior charter mem-
bers included: Marriott, Clark, Potter, Carver, and Barney.
Already four years of high school were behind us and we
found that seniors weren't any different from anyone else. Our
class officers were Miarriott, Baker, and Hastings. Clark be-
came president of the Student Council with Barney filling the
position of Student Court Judge. Potter became thinner and
thinner as copies of the White Hornet rolled off the press . . .
Wirthlin was busy with Shadows as senior proofs failed to
come in . . . Honor Society inducted its semi-annual members
and elected officers. Marriott, President: Lum, Vice-President,
Solomon, Secretary: Lynch, Historian, and Potter, Treasurer.
The other new members were: Ballard, Baker, Wirthlin, and
Hastings. The senior prom, "Rudolph's Rendezvous," saw
many gorgeous formals and fifteen Christmas trees in the gym
. . . everything was sparkling and a blizzard that night added
to the festive atmosphere. The Football Concession stand was
headed by Lum and MacMillan . . . School was running
smoothly under the new constitution . . . Mr. Iohnson's dollar
deposits were dwindling fast! Troupers presented, "Men Are
Like Streetcars" . . . Mr. Lo Cicero became principal of Lan-
ning and we found we had lost one of our best friends . . .
VVirthlin became a T.V. star on Iunior Town Meeting . . . and
lVLr. Reidenbaugh told us to pay attention to history since we'll
be a part of it someday. And so the year drew to a close with
the Senior Girl's Breakfast, Senior Dinner, Baccalaureate and
Graduation. And with a parting look at V. H. S., we venture
out into the great unknown with the past four years cz wonder-
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Marge A 1
What eer she does
she does wtth care
Noted For That sophrstrcated look
Usually Seen Ioshmq around wnh the
Weakness Tall boys wrth dark wavy
Secret Ambrtron To get marrxed and
rarse a football eam
Shadows 4 Whrte Hornet 1 2 4 Trt
H1Y 3 Brrdge Club 1 Red Cross 2
Dance Club 3 Knlttmg Club 4 Da
matrc Club 3 4 Glee Club 1 Guls
Harr hke sunshme and heart oi gold
Noted For Blond hatr
Usually Seen Most anywhere
Weakness Summers at the shore
Secret Ambrtron To have a banana
Homeroom Representatxve 4 Chaplam
oi Tr1H1Y 4 Bustness Manager f
Whxte Hornet 4 Asststant Art Edttor
Shadows 4 Orchestra 2 3 TIIHIY 3
Bullettn Board Commtttee 4 Dra
ma xc Club l 3 4 Dance Club
Spanrsh Club 2 Kn1ttmg4 GAA l 3
HUBERT JOHN ASHLEY
Laugh and the world laughs
Noted For Laughing at Tony
Usually Seen Wrth Tony
Weakness Yet to be found
Secret Ambxtlon To keep a strarght
face when a loke rs told
Huntlng and Frshrng Club 4
There rs nothmg I know so subhme
as a fact
Noted For Sarcasm and good marks
Usually Seen Wtth the Ra1ders
Weakness Id I1ke to thtnk nothmq
but how wrong can you be
Secret Ambxtton To make two m1ll1on
taunt tnllatton wonderiull
Class Prestdent 3 Student Court Iudge
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mttee 3 4 Chess and Checkers Club
2 3 Pubhc Speakxng Club 4 Natronal
Honor Socxety 3 4 Football Z
It rs good to be merry and wrse
Noted For Pool Room Qutntet
Usually Seen ln the mam hall
Weakness None have been detected
Secret Ambrtron To own a schooner
Chess and Checkers 3 4 Ltstcnma to
Mustc 2 Football 2 3 4 Ba eball 3 4
Vrce Presrdent Senror Class CcCha1r
man of Hall Patrol 4 Representattve
to Student Court 2 Student Councrl
To relish a joke and rejorce at fun
No ed For Bettxng on Brooklyn
Usually Seen Wrrtmg for Ierry
Weakness Heal blonds
Secret AmhlllOn To catch for the Dod
Student Councrl Representattve I Lock
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Club 2 Danctng Club 3 Chess and
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Noted For Hts vartety ol cars
Usually Seen Wxth lune and 1n the
Secret Ambrhon To own a new car
Chess cmd Checkers 4 Sports Club 1
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ELIZABETH ANN BOOTH
lt rs our actual work whrch
determmes our value
Noted For Qutet and gentle ways
Usually Seen Outslde ol school
Secre Ambttron Dye my hcur black
Drwmatrc Clubl 2 3 4 Kmttrnq l
3 Shop for Girls Club 4 Ceramr
ROBERT F BEESE
Hrs words are trusty heralds
to hrs mmd
Noted For Worryrng about exams
Usually Seen Settmg up P A system
rn the gym
Secret Ambmon Learn to play the
ukulele lrke Arthur Codlrey
Dramatrc Club 3 4 Mechanlcal Draw
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R BRUCE CADBY
A ltttle nonsense now and then rs
relished by the best of men
Noted For Endless ambxtxon bemg a
Usually Seen Runnmq after a tan
convertrble wxth a date
Weakness NlCEg1rls motorcycles
Secret Ambttron Be the nxcest gals
Vrce Presrdent ol Troupers 4 Vrce Pres
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Math Club 4 Soccer 2 3 Track Z 3 4
To be gentle rs the test of a lady
Noted For Sweet and Lovely
Usually Seen Ioshmg wlth the gang
Secret Ambrtron To go up a down
Shadows 4 Whrte Hornet 4 Kmttmg
Club 3 4 CCame to Verona m Senxor
"A friend both true and tried"
No eil For Neatness quretness
Usually Seen Wrth Ioan and Eleanor
Secret Ambxtlon To get married
Kmttmg Club 1, Lrstenmg to Musxc
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Noted For Neat lokes
Usually Seen Pool Room Qumtet
Secret Ambttron To be a success xn
Sergeant atArms Student Court 4
Spamsh Club 1 2 Dance Club 3 Chem
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CAROL SUE CASTILLO
A merry lrfe and a gay spmt
Noted For Never worrymg
Usually Seen loshmg around wlth the
Weakness Future Present Past Dart
Secret Ambmon To be quret and
H1Y 3 4 Whtte Hornet l 2 3
A 3 4 Sbadowsl 2 3 4
Cross 2 Glee Club l Dramattc Club
l 2 3 4 Brrdgel 2 Cheerleadrq
Club 3 Danctnq Club 3 Kntttrng Club 4
JEROME P CARROLL SHIRLEY ANN CARVER
Ier Ierry Shrrl
Vxrlue ts bold and goodness never
Noted For Gettmg rnlured 1n sports
Usually Seen Wrth Writer and Peanuts
Weakness The gxrl whose weakness
rs number 64
Secret Ambltxon To be a successful
Locker Patrol 3 Welcommg Commxttee
3 Sports Club 1 3 Red Cross 2 Chess
and Checkers Club 4 Football 1 2 3
4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Baseballl 2
3 4 V1cePres1dent Freshman Class
Student Councxl Representatrve 2 3 4
Knowledge m youth rs wxsdom
Noted For Good marks
Usually Seen Worktnq
Weakness Blond hatr and blue eyes
Secret Ambll1OH To kmt cr parr oi
argyles wtthout Verna s help
Whrte Hornet 1 4 Shadows 3 Cale
terra Patrol l Z 3 Band 3 Glee Club
3 Tn H1Y 3 4 Knlttmq Club 4 Dance
Club 3 Secretary oi Student Councrl
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Ambxtron knows no rest
Noted For Berng a Sports Scnbe
Uusually Seen ln a green convertxble
Weakness Women bowlxnq
Secret Ambrtlon To be a journahst
Whrle Hornet l 2 3 4 Sports Edrtor
ofWh1te Hornet 3 4 Bandl 2 3 4
Orchestra l 2 Basketball Manager
3 4 Chess and Checkers Club 3 4
W nne Hornet Club l Mechanrcal Draw
ng Club 2 Soccerl 2 3 4 Bowhng
7 3 Captam 4 Baseballl 2 Basket
2 Golf 3 Tennis
CHARLES H CHURCHILL II
We are stronger and are better under
manhoods sterner relgn
Noted For Basketball ab1l1ty
Usually Seen Wtth the Ra1ders
Secret Ambltton To own ana manage
my own rug store
Sergeant atArms Student Court 4 Sha
dows 3 4 Hall Patrol 2 Red Cross
Club 2 Sports 1 Spamsh 3 Hunttnq
and Frshtng 4 Dance Club 2 Soccer
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A gentleman among gentlemen
a leader among men
Noted For Pool Room Qurntet
Usually Seen Wxth a pencrl rn hrs ear
Weakness Berng serrous w1th Bake
Secret Ambrtron B a let pxlot on a
Homeroom Representatrve l 2 Cla
Pres1dent 2 V1cePres1dent Student
Councll 3 Presrdent 4 Trafhc Patrol
l 2 3 4 Red Cross l Sports Club 2
Chess and Checkers Club 8 4 Football
2 3 4 Captam 4 Baske all
Tack l 2 3 4 Captam 4
A good sport and a good comrade
Noted FOI Coma steady
Usually Seen Marchmg on down the
Secret Ambmon l'o teach gym
Lxbrary Club 4 Cheerleadmg Club 2
nd 2 3 4 Knrttmg Cub Grr
A A 2 3 4 Drum Majore e
GAY DALE COLLINS THOMAS COLLINS
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A woman of srlence rs a woman
Noted For Her smxle
Usually Seen In I I Newberry or
Secret Ambmon To marry and make
a success m whatever I do
Red Cross 3 Cafeterra Patrol 4 Locker
Patrol '3 4 Twlrler 3 4 Flag Waver
2 Whlte Hornet l 4 Glee Club 1
Cheerleadlng Club 1 2 Danclng Club
3 Kmttmg Club 4
Full of fun and fancy free
Noted For Pushxng buttons ln the cafe
Usually Seen Takmg rt easy
Weakness Countrng money
Secret Ambrtron To play second base
for Chrcago Cubs
Cafeterra 2 3 4 Intramural Basket
ball 2 3 4 Huntxng and Frshrng Club
4 Math Club 2 Canasta Club 3 Base
ball 3 4
DONALD LEE CLOWERS
To be efhczent rn a qutet way rs
my atm throughout the day
Noted For The neat grey car
Usually Seen Checkmg at the Food
Weakness Beautrful grrls and cars
Secret Ambmon To do over a hundred
mules an hour
Automobile Club l Audro Vrsual Club
2 Dance Club 3 Spanish Club 4 Track
Gentle of speech benelrcent of mmd
Noted For Neatness
Usua'ly Seen Wrth Mane and Ioan
Weakness Harmonrzmg wrth Marle
Secret Ambmon To be a smger
'led Cross Commrttee 3 Dramatrc Club
1 Glee Club 2 Dancmg Club 3 Lrsten
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Noted For Green Hornet Ccarj
Usually Seen Wrth Green Hornet and
Weakness Pretty gurls
Secret Ambxtron To be a famous smger
Charrman Audxo Vlsual Commxttee 4
H1Y1 2 3 Bandl 2 3 4 Orchestra
1 2 3 4 Audxo Vtsuall 2 Spanish
Club 3 Dramattc Clubl 2 3 Lrbrary
Club 4 Football 1
A good heart rs better than all
the heads m the world
Noted For My sharpshooters jacket
Usudlly Seen In a black Pontlac
Secret Ambrtron To keep 1t a secret
Locker Patrol 4 Whtte Hornet 1 Cheer
leadmg Club l Llstemng to Mustc 2
3 Knttttng Club 4
Heres to the grrl wzth a heart and
a smrle who makes thrs bubble
of hte worth whrle
Noted For That darllng dtmple
Usually Seen Berng fnendly
Weakness Funny people
Secret Ambrtron To get the most out
Shadows 2 3 4 Whtte Hornet 2 3
4 Locker Patrol 3 Bulletm Board
Commrttee 4 Dramatrc Clubl 2 3 4
Ceramxcs Club 2 Publtc Speakmg 3
Kmttmg Club 4 G1rls A A 3 4 Home
room Representatlve 2 Executlve Dra
matxc Club 3 Managrng Edrtor Whrte
ROBERT MARTIN FLYNN
A drlrgent student and athlete too
Bobs a Sportsman through and
Noted For Track medals
Usually Seen Iumpmg hurdles
Weakness Sports dancmg
Secret Ambxtzon To play m the Olym
Homeroom Representatxve 1 Band l 2
3 4 Locker Patrol 3 Sports Club 1 Z
Dance Club 3 Internatxonal Relatrons
Club 4 Soccer 2 3 Captam 4 Track
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Stately and tall as he moves
m the hall
Noted For Bemg Captam Vldeo
Usually Seen Back stage
Secret Ambrnon To be an electrrcal
Dramatxc Clubl 2 3 4 Aud1o Vrsual
2 Chess and Checkers l Basketball
l Stage Manager 2 3 4
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The glory of young men IS therr
Noted For Pool Room Qumtet
Usually Seen Laughmg and wrth Bee
Weakness The g1rl wrth the weakness
for number 74
Secret Ambxtxon Its a secret
Homeroom Representattve 3 Red Cross
2 Chess and Checkers Club 3 Foot
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ARTHUR B GILLETTE
In hot rods Bronson likes to ride
beautiful women by his side
Noted For Green convertible full ol
Usually Seen In Caldwell with the
Weakness Caldwell blondes
Secret Ambition To be a midget driver
Dance Club 3 Listening to Music l 2
4 Footballl Track 2 3 4 Intramural
Basketball 3 4
Two six month vacations every year
to Hitchie would be most dear
Nloted For 35 Plymouth
Jsually Seen With Gail
Neakness Brown eyes
ecret Ambition To get married and
resident Hunting and Fishing Club
:-ports Club l 2 Chess and Checkers
lub 3 Hunting and Fishing Club 4
asketballl 2 3 4 Football 3 Track
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PAMELA D HASTINGS
Always ready to help
never to hinder
Noted For Art ability and pretty eyes
Usually Seen In a hurry and on com
Weakness Angel cake
Secret Ambition To be a Wave
White Hornet 2 3 4 Shadows 3 4
Front Page Club 3 Assembly Commit
tee 3 4 Constitution Revision Commit
tee 3 Bulletin Board Committee 3 4
Cheerleading Club 1 Girls A A 3 4
Tr1H1Y 3 4 Public Speaking 3 Inter
national Relations Club 4 Troupers 3
4 Secretary of Class 2 4 Bulletin
Board Secretary 2 4 Manager ot Art
and Publicity of White Hornet 4 Com
mittee Chairman 4 Secretary of Troup
pers 4 Art Editor of Shadows 4
WILLIAM T HOLDSWORTH
Man is man and master ot his tate
Noted For The Taxi Meter
dsually Seen In a grey convertible
Weakness The shore chickens and
Secret Ambition To own a iarm
Basketball Manager 3 4 Chess and
Checkers Club 2 Chet Club l Dance
Club 3 Nxmrods and Piscatorian As
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ketballl 2 Bowling 2 3 4 Baseball
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"Dark hair, shining eyes, merry humor
-she's a prize."
Noted For: Being a neat sport.
Usually Seen: Taking pictures at hen
Weakness: Cherry pie.
Secret Ambition: To fly in a rocket
ship to the moon.
Shadows Z, 3. 4: White Hornet 2, 3, 4:
Girl's A. A. 4: Dramatic Club 1, 3, 4:
Ceramics 3: Shop for Girls 4: Sec-
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dows 4: Chief Typist White Hornet 4:
Secretary Girls A A 4 Chairman Lost
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Knowledge is Power
Noted For Math ability rule book
Usually Seen Arguing or discussing
Weakness A certain female
Secret Ambition To run a mile in 3
minute 599 seconds
Bandl 4 Orchestral 3 Visuals Aids
2 4 Chet Clubl 3 AudioV1sual 2
Math Club 4 Soccer 2 4 Basketball
3 Track 2
She laughs hke she dances hght
tree and artzstlcally
Noted For Dancmg and smqmg abtlxty
Usually Seen Wxth Eleanor and Marte
Weakness The Marme Corps and smg
mg w1th Marte and Eleanor
Secret Ambxtton To make people
Red Cross Club 4 Proxy Parents l
Caftena Patrol 4 Whxte Hornet 1
Dance Club 3 Dramatxc Club l Lts
tenmg to Mustc Club 4 Cheerleadmg
Glee Club l GAA
M DANIEL KATZ
Ltfe ts just a serles of weekends
wxth school m between
Noted For Neat Photos
Usually Seen W1th the Ratders
Weakness Shapely babes
Secret Ambmon To be a hrst class
Whlte Hornet 1 2 3 4 Welcomtng
Commtttee 3 4 Intramural Basketball
and Volleyball 3 4 Photography Edt
tor 4 Shadows l 2 3 4 Chet Club 1
Ltstemnq to Musrc 3 Huntmg and Ftsh
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ketball 3 Baseball 1, Chatrman oi Wel
commg Commlttee 4 Prestdent Huntmg
and Fmshmg Club 4
Worry and I never met
Noted For Bemg m trouble tn Englxsh
Usually Seen W1th the Mtdgets
Weakness Some certam freshman
Secret Ambxtton To ily
Basketball Recorder 1 2 3 4 Chef
Club 3 Audio Vtsual 2 Chess and
RUSSELL R JACOBUS
Fzckle as a changeful dream
Noted For Belng itckle
Usually Seen Wtth the Ratders
Weakness Pat and underclassmen
Secret Ambttton Ask Pat shell tell
Sports Club l Red Cross Club 2 Dance
Soccerl 2 3 4 Basketballl 2 Golf
1 2 3 Captam 3
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RICHARD KEPHART CARL KINDBERG
Iotned Umted States Navy m Semor
Chmk Hot Rod
Thmkmg IS but an ldle waste Of
Noted For Bemq a crazy drlver lxke
Usually Seen Wtth Mahar worktnq on
Secret Ambttlon To go to Flortda
Football Manager 3 Chess and Check
ers Club 4 Audlo Vtsual Club 2 SPOITS
Club 1 Automoblle Club 3 FOOUDC111
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Her soft dark eyes
Noted For That red Plymouth
Usually Seen Lookmg neat
Weakness Tall Southern boys
Secret Ambmon To read a book wr1t
ten by Mr B about hrs Army
Presldent Proxy Parents 2 Treasurer
oi Dramatlc Club 2 Proxy Parents l 2
Chemxstry 4 Kmttrng 2 3 Dramatlc
Club l 2 3 4 Whrte Hornet 4 Locker
Patroll 2 3 4 Lost and Found 2 3
GeeClubl GAA 12 3 4
Blushmq rs the color ol vrrtue
Noted For Wrtchy sense of humor
Usually Seen Ioshmq w1th the gang
Secret Ambxtlon To stop blushmg all
Shadows 4 Whrte Hornet 4 Tr1HxY 3
4 Kmttmg Club l 2 3 4 Dramatlc
Club 4 GAA 4
A mans task rs always light
xt hrs heart rs lrght
Noted For Laclcadarslcal ways
Usually Seen Crursxng around rn hrs
Weakness None Im a strong man
Secret Ambrtron To keep my secret
ambxtlon a secret
Trathc Patrol 3 Chess and Checkers l
2 4 Chef Club 3 Footballl 2 3 4
B seball 1 2 3 4 Basketball l 2
Intramural Basketballl 2 3 4 Sports
Edxtor oi Shadows 4 Taflrc Patrol
Chalrman 4 Homeroom Representatlve
3 Representatxve lo Student Court 4
BARBARA JAYNE LEACH
Laughter rs the chorus ol
Noted For Golden locks
Usually Seen Grgglmg and wxth Ra
Weakness Number 74
Secret Ambxtlon To please all of
G A A 4 Tr1H1Y 3 4 Lost and Found
4 Locker Patrol 4 Knxttmg Club 2 3
4 Cheerleadmg l Glee Club 1 Cate
terra Patrol 1
BARBARA ANN LUM
just as she was m the class play too
Noted for Eftervescmg personalxty
Usually Seen Lauqhmg and workmg
Weakness Tan convertibles
Secret Ambrtxon To wrrte a best seller
Whrte Hornetl Z 3 4 Shadowsl 2
4 Tr1H1Y 3 Troupers 1 2 3
Dance Club 3 Knrttlng Club 4 Ceram
rcs Club I 2 GAA 2 3 Court Rep
resentatxve 3 Councrl Representatlve 4
Secretary of Troupers 3 Vxce Presldent
ol Honor Socxety 4 Presrdent ol Troup
ers 4 Co Chaxrman Football Concesslon
4 Feature Edrtor ol Whrte Hornet 4
Assrstant Feature Edltor of Whrte Hor
net 3 Corsage Chairman 3 Prom Charr
JOSEPH T LOW MARIE LYNCH
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Here rs a qrrl we lrke better each day
Noted For Han of Gold
Usually Seen In the assemblres
Weakness Musxc and money
Secret Ambrtxon To be successful rn
GAA 3 4 Shadowsl 2 3 4 Whrte
Hornet 1 2 3 4 Dramatrc Club l 2
3 4 Bulletm Board Commrttee 3 4
Student Councrl 4 Red Cross Club l
Shop 4 Dance Club 3 Ceramrcs 2
FTA Chaxrman of Assembly Commrt
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Noted For Blond curly harr
Usually Seen Walkmg wrth Nancy
Weakness Readmg Nancy rn the
Secret Ambrtron It s not possrble
Chef Club 3 Lrbrary Club 4 tCame
to Verona ln Iumor yearj
She IS as good as her appetzte
Noted For Those lunches
Usually Seen Laughmg and havrng
a good trme
Secret Ambrtron To settle down wrth
the rxght one
Whzte Hornetl 2 3 4 Trattrc Patrol
2 3 4 Shadows 3 Red Cross Commtt
tetl Cheerleadmg Clubl 2 3 Har
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Cheerleader 3 GAA 3 4 Treasurer
of G A A 4 Chatrman ol Trafttc Patrol
4 Cabrnet of Student Counctl 4
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Who can wrestle against sleep?
Noted For Slrnqtng the bull
Usually Seen Gomg some place rn
Secret Ambrtron To have eternal hte
Mustc Club 4 Football 2
Better late than never
Noted For Unusual hatrcombs
Jsually Seen Wtth Krndberg workmq
on stock cars
Weakness Hopped up Fords
Secret Amb1t1on To l1ve rn Canada
Chess and Checkers Club l 4 Audto
Vrsual 2 Arrplame 3
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Sandy Bob Mac
Pohtenes goes tar but costs nothmg
Noted For Dancmq
Usually Seen In tan convert1ble wrth
Weakness Blondes and convertrbles
Secret Ambrtton To own a place t
Chaplam of H1Y 3 CoCha1rman of
Football Concesston 4 Fmance Chaxr
man for Iumor Prom 3 Student Councxl
Representattve 4 H1Y 1 2 Troupers
Basketball 1 Soccer l Track 2 Tenms
An ounce ol wlt rs worth
a pound of sorrow
Noted For Those jokes
Usually Seen Ioshtnq wtth the gang
Weakness Red converttbles
Secret Ambttlon To go to Calxlornra
Shadowsl 3 4 Whrte Hornetl 3 4
Tr1H1Y 3 Cheerleadmg Club 2 3
Glee Club 1 Dramattc Club l 3 4
Kmttmg Cub 4 GAA 3 4
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Wise gracious and lull of fun
Don is liked by everyone
Noted For Figuring out ways to get
out oi Mr Bs homeroom
Usually Seen With the Pool Hoom
Secret Ambition To play in the East
Traffic Patrol 2 3 4 Boys AA l Red
Cross 7 Chess and Checkers 3 Chem
vstry Club 4 Footballl 2 3 4 Basket
ba l 2 3 4 Baseballl 2 Track 3 4
GLENN A MILLER
A mus1cian a student and a
gentleman all in one
Noted For Inventions
Usually Seen With B111
Weakness Wouldnt you like to know
Secret Ambition See what makes him
Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra l Locker
Patrol 3 Assembly Committee 3 4
Chet Club l 2 3 Chess and Checkers
Club 4 Football l Basketball 2 Base
ball l Track 2 3 4 President of Band
4 Chairman Locker Patrol 4 Literary
Editor of Shadows 4
Lite is a game of football
with time out for dating
Noted For Day dreaming
Usually Seen With Pat and Ier in
Weakness Sleeping and a certain
Secret Ambition To retire at nineteen
Sergeant at Arms in Student Court 4
Sports Club l Dance Club 3 Chess
and Checkers Club 2 4 Football l 2
3 Co Captain 4 Basketball l 2 3 Co
Captain 4 Baseballl 2 3
She is just the kind whose
good nature never varies
Noted For A Swedish heritage
Usually Seen Explaining about Swe
Weakness A moonlight sail
Secret Ambition To get my RN de
gree then my own football team
White Hornet 4 Shadows 4 Locker
Patrol 4 Dramatic Clubl 2 3 4 Arch
ery Club 2 Dance Club 3 International
Relationship Club 4 GAA 1 2 3 4
GUSTAVE H. MEYNER
"His valor and his generous mind
prove him as good as he is kind."
Noted For: Getting good marks.
Usually Seen: In green Chrysler.
Secret Ambition: To be a bachelor
until thirty-five. .
Chet Club 1: Chess and Checkers Club
2, 3: Listening to Music Club 4: Foot-
ball 1 Z 3 4' Tra
Neatness is a crowning grace
Noted For Nice figure
Usually Seen Ioshmg with the gang
Weakness Number 84
Secret Ambition To have bright blue
White Hornet 4 Red C oss 1 2 Tn
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3 4 Dramatic Club l 4 Glee Club 1
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Noted For Not domg homework
Usually Seen Under a car
Secret Ambrhon Mrghty mechamc
Audxo Vxsual Club 1 Z 4 Automobrle
Club 3 HrY 1 2 3 Audxo Vrsual
Nothmg endures but personal
Noted For The curly locks
Usually Seen pxercrsxng her grit of
Weakness The Charleston and tmy
Secret Ambxtron To teach the world
how to smlle
Shadows 3 4 Whrte Hornet 3 4 Bul
letrn Board Commrttee 3 TnH1Y 3
Dramatlc Clubl 2 3 4 Ceramics Club
2 Publxc Speakmg Club 3 Kmttmq Club
4 GAA 3 4 Echtor olWh1te Hornet
4 Managmg Edrtor oi Whrte Hornet 3
Treasurer oi Natzonal Honor Socxety 4
Executrve Dramatrc Club 3 4
A tmy young lady wrth a wmnmq
smrle very sweet and a pa
Noted For Berng tmy
Usually Seen Squmtmg wxth Verna
Weakness Student Court
Secret Ambmon Not to eat between
Caieterra Patrol 2 3 Locker Patrol 4
rte Hrnetl 4 FTA 3 4
H1Y 3 4 Treasurer 4 Dramatrc Club 2
ance 3 GAA l 2
JOSEPH V PERCEVAULT
'Wzt rs the salt of conversation
Noted For Strckn wrth rt and
Usually Seen Wrth the Rarders
Weakness Cute women and a certam
Secret Ambrtlon To own Iosephs
Fme Foods someday
Shadows 4 Bulletm Board Commrttee
4 Chet Club 3 Dancmg Club 3 Hunt
mg and Frshmg Club 4 Baseball 4
Athletrcs are my joy
Noted For Hen Partres
Usually Seen Ioshmg wxth the gang
Weakness Certam boys wrth dark
Secret Ambruon To tour Europe
Shadows 3 4 Whrte Hornet 4 Lost
and Found 4 Dramatrc Club 2 3 4
T H1Y3 4 GAA 1 2 3 4 Kmtrq
Club 4 Dance Club 3 Cheerleadmq
l 2 Treasurer Dramat1c Club 4 Presr
dent GAA 4 Secretary Tr1H1Y 3 4
'Her joys are many, her sorrows few
Noted For Cuttmg her ha1r
Usually Seen In lVlontcla1r
Weakness Montclarr football players
Secret Ambrtron lts a secret
Knrttmg Club l 2 4 Llstenrng to lVlus1c
3 Chalrman ol Locker Patrol 4
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"Wit is an unexpected explosion
Noted For: Witty remarks.
Usually Seen: With Buddy.
Weakness: Tall women.
Secret Ambition: To drive a trailer-
Track l, 2, 3: Automobile 3: Home-
room Representative l
Skilltul in each manly sport
Noted For Eating bananas in cafeteria
Usually Seen With his sleeves rolled
Weakness Girls football and food
Secret Ambition To sail around the
Sports Club l Chess and Checkers
Club 2 Automobile Club 3 Library
Club 4 Football l 2 4 Track l
EDGAR ARTHUR RAPP
"Easy Ed" "Ed"
"To know him is to like him."
Noted For: Orange sweater.
Usually Seen: With the Raiders.
Secret Ambition: To sail to Hawaii in
a walnut shell.
Hi-Y 3: Dance Club 3: Chess and
Checkers 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Football
4: Intramural Basketball 3, 4.
The secret to success
constancy to purpose
Noted For Straight As
Usually Seen Holding a broken test
Weakness New York City
Secret Ambition To live in France
White Hornet 4 French Club 3 4
CCame to Verona from New York City
in Junior Year j
an E t
The scarlet hue ot modesty
Noted For Natural curly hair
Usually Seen In a hurry
Secret Ambition To see the world
Shadows 2 3 4 White Hornet 3 4
A13 4 C1leeClub4 Oc
e ral 2 3 4 Dramatic Clubl Z 4
Assembly Committee 4 Bulletin Board
Committee 3 4
Long and lean right on the beam
Noted For Working outside of school
Usually Seen Denville or the Acres
Weakness A certain girl in Denville
Secret Ambition Own a chicken farm
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and what ts tt worth?
Noted For Bemg seen and not heard
Usually Seen Workrng at the Cald
Weakness Cadrllac convertrble
Secret Amb1llOH To go to Calrtornra
Chess and Checkers Club 2 Automo
brle Club 3 Lrbrary Club 4
"Flrrtat1on, attention without mtentron'
Noted For Gomg steady
Usually Seen Wxth the Bxrdmen
Weakness Blue eyes
Secret Ambttron To marry a man trom
Dramatrc Club 1. 2, 3, 4, Orch 1, Knrt
tmg Club 2 3 Lrstenmg to Musrc Club
The real essence of work
rs concentrated energy
Noted For Bemg a boatman
Usually Seen On the alleys
Weakness Boats blonds and bowlrng
Secret Ambmon To be a success rn
Locker Patrol 4 Intramural Basketball
2 Craft Club l Chess and Checkers 2
Canasta Club 3 Huntmg and Frshmg
4 Track 2 3 4 Bowlmg 4
JOHN PETER SEMPIER
a Semp Peanuts
For that extra pomt to make us wrn
the coach always has Sempxer rn
Noted For Krckmg extra pomts
Usually Seen Wrth Ierry and Writer
Weakness An Underclassman and
Secret Ambrtron To krck rn pro toot
Locker Patrol 3 4 Chess and Checkers
Club 4 Dance Club 3 Red Cross Club
Football 1 2 3 4 Baseb ll l
Basketball l Z 3 4 Class Presrdent
1 Student Court Rep 4
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J RANDOLPH SCHUMACHER
Musrc zs sazd to be the speech
Noted For Hrs trumpet
Usually Seen Gorng someplace
Weakness Summers at the shore
Secret Ambmon To last through col
lege and be a success
Basketball l Soccerl Track 2 3 4
Souvenrrsl 2 3 4 Band and Orch
2 3 4 Spamsh Club 2 3 H1Y
2 3 4 Home Room Rep 3 Treas H1Y
3 Vrce Pres Band 3 4
ALLISON JOAN SHANKLAND
Shes a little thmg that counts
Noted For Belng petrte
Usually Seen Talkrng a mlle a mmute
Weakness Curly harr
Secret Ambrtron To be tall and sl1m
Shadows 4 Whrte Hornet 4 GAA 4
Bulletrn Board Commrttee 4 Dancmg
Club 3 Ceramrcs Club 4 Cheerleader
3 Dramatrc Club 4 Iunror Prom Com
mrttee 3 QCame to Verona m Iumor
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Noted For Gettmg 1n trouble and hav
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Usually Seen And heard
Secret Amb1t1on To marry a certam
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l Cafetena Patrol 4 L1sten1ng to Musxc
1 2 3 Kmttmg Club 4 Glee Club 1
LYNN CAROL SILVERMAN
She who means no m1sch1ef
does It all
Noted For Havmg to look up to
Usually Seen Lookmg for her books
Weakness The thmgs we dtd last
Secret Amb1t1on To grow ZV2 1nches
Wh1te Hornetl 2 3 4 Shadows 3 4
Twuler 3 4 Cheerleadmg Club l 2
Dancmg Club 3 Kn1tt1ng Club 4 Dra
mat1c Club 3 4 Glee Club 1 GAA 2
3 4 V1ce Pres1dent oi Tr1 H1Y 4
Good nature and good sense
must ever lom
Noted For Lookmg l1ke M1m1
Usually Seen Two places at once
Weakness Spendmg money
Secret Amb1t1on To have straxght coal
Wh1te Hornet 3 4 Shadows 3 Br1dge
Club 1 Red Cross 2 Kn1tt1ng Club 3
NORMAN SMITH JR
L1ttle but m1ghty
Noted For Always dr1v1ng hxs car
Usually Seen W1th Mary Ann
Weakness Mary Ann
Secret Amb1llOn To skate 1n the Roller
Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestral 2
Span1sh Club 3 4 H1Y 3 4 Track 2
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True fnends are hke jewels
they are rare
Noted For Look1ng l1ke Ga1l
Usually Seen Talk1ng at the wrong
Weakness Summers at Cape Cod
Secret Amb1t1on For people not to call
Wh1te Hornet 2 3 4 Shadows 3 4
Dramatxc Club l Glee Club 1 Br1dge
Club 2 Kmttmg Club 3 4 GAA 4
BARBARA JANE SOLOMON
Enthusxasm IS the breath of gemus
Noted For Laugh good dnvmg'
Usually Seen Ioshmg wxth the gang
Weakness The shore
Secret Amb1l10n To say the r1ght thmg
at the nght t1me
Traiflc Patrol 3 4 Wh1te Hornet l 2
3 4 Shadows 4 Dramat1c Clubl 2
3 4 Glee Club 1 Red Cross 1 2 3
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A Constant frrend rs a thing rare
and hard to Irnd
Noted For Secret Romances
Usually Seen Grgqlrnq and wrth Ann
Weakness Pomt Pleasant
Secret Ambrtron To go to TS TC
Cattterra Patrol 2 3 Whxte Hornet 1 2
3 4 Dance Club 3 Dramatrc Club 1 2
4 Tr1H1Y 3 4 FTA 3 4 Kmtr
Clubl 2 4 GAA 3 4 Chaxrman of
CHARLES PETER TILLOTSON
One cannot always be a hero but
one can always be a man
Noted For Berng bxg
Usually Seen In hrs car
Secret Ambxtlon To be a dentrst
Recreatron Basketball 1 2 3 4 Chess
Club 1 2 Brrdge Club 3 Huntmq and
Frshmg Club 4 Football 1 2 Soccer
3 4 Baseball 1 4
ARTHUR J TALMADGE
A person rs well dressed when
dressed rn good taste
Noted For Nrce clothes
Usually Seen In Mr Bs homeroom
Weakness That certam qxrl
Secret Ambrtxon To own a real estate
Volleyball 2 3 4 Basketball 2
Football 1 2 3 4 Bowlmq 2
Trackl 2 3 4 Sports Club 2 Danc
mg Club 3 Chess and Checkers Club
4 Student Councrl Representative 1
Be srlent and sate srlence betrays
Noted For Golden blond harr
Usually Seen Laughmq at Sandy
Shannon s corny jokes
Weakness Pretty eyes
Secret Ambrtron To drrve my brothers
Caletena Patrol 4 Glee Club 1 Lrsten
mg to Mustc 2 Dancmg Club 3 Knrt
tmg Club 4
JAY DRENNER TEBO
Men of few words are the best men
Noted For Not contnbutmg tn hxstory
Usually Seen Walkrng home after
Weakness Stamps televtston jazz
Secret Ambll1OH To own a car
Photography 1 Chess and Checkers 2
3 Aud1oV1sual 4 Baseball 1 Secre
tary ol Band 3 Treasurer ol Band 4
Conversatron rs the :mage
oi the mmd
Noted For Talkmg a blue streak
Usually Seen Cheerrng at the soccer
Secret Ambrtron Have people take
what I say the rrght way
White Hornet 2 3 4 Shadows 4 Trl
3 4 Dramatrc Club 1 2 3
Bndge Club 1 Automobrle 3 Chem
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Treasurer Dramattc Club 3 Vtce Pres
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Noted For Love of horses
Usually Seen Wmth the gang
Weakness Now you guess
Secret Ambrtxon To own a ranch
Catetena Patrol 2 3 4 Ceramlcs
Cheerleadmg Club 2 Dance Club 3
Knrttmg Club 4 Tr1H1Y 3 4 GA A
2 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Baseball
Ltttle angel lrttle devrl
Noted For Eatrng and havrng excuses
Usually Seen Dashrng out of VHS at
Weakness Football players
Secret Ambrtron To get up enough
nerve to ily xn a plane
Lost and Found 4 Whlte Hornet 2 4
Cheerleader 2 3 Knrttlng Club 2 4
Cheerleadmg Club 2 3 Glee Club
2 GAA 4 Manager oi Volleyball 4
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And he would argue ye gods
and how he would argue
Noted For Gettxnq a kxck out of hte
Usually Seen Wlth the Raxders and
Weakness Out ot town qxrls and the
Secret Ambmon To marry a rxch wld
ow and buy the Red Sox
Ed1tor1nChxef of Shadows 4 Natxonal
Honor Socrety 4 Trattrc Patrol 4 As
sembly Patrol 4 Chet Club 1 Red
Cross Club 2 Spanxsh Club 3 Chess
and Checkers Club 4 Football 1 2 3
Basketball 2 Tenms 2 3 4
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Len Clark Lee Potter
Don Murnott Gmger Kmqston
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Rxchcrd Barney Munlyn Bullard
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Len Clark, Pam Hastings A Richard Carle, Lynn Silverman
a Sempxer Sally Wxlcox
Bob Mac Mrllan Ioan Huey
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Ierry Carroll Nancy Clark
Glenn Muller Margaret Abrahamson
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We the Class ot l952 do hereby bf queath
the tollowrnq to Chuck Opdyke Butch Clarks
leadershrp to Gerry Carlson Randy s trumpet
to Kay and Fredde Mrrnr and Garl leave
double double tol and trouble and to Gay
Grrtlrth Norman Srnrth s physrques Pete Trllet
on and Ba leave therr physrques to loe Pal
mese Nlarrlyn Ballard leaves her beautru
harr to Nlr Drrnmers and Prndv Barresse leaves
hrs to Patty Edetnauser loe Perch leaves hrs
love vvrth the qrrls ol 53 Don Nlarrrott hrs
personalrty to loe Gag Bussell Iacobus
leaves hrs tlrrrtrnq talents to Gary Krnq and
Carol Sue leaves hers to Frtzr
To Elarne Schermerhorne Pam leaves her'
wrllrnqness to help and to the freshmen qrrls
Nlarqe Prbraharnpson leaves her qorqeous
qarbs Freddy B Qalras Ed Sullrvanl leaves rs
vvrttrcrsms to anyone qualrired and Grnny Mc
Cully leaves her popularrty to Pat Walscherd
Sandy NlaclVlrllan leaves hrs trrclcy dancrnq
teps to Phrl Longo loan Huey leaves hers to
Carol Steen Nancy Clark leaves her baton tor
the tvxo Nancys to share and Wrtier and Pat
lcave tho e passes to Sonny Hoover and Bob
Cartabona Ev Brrchler leaves the typrnq
roorn to Prlrce Blose and Dan Katz leaves hr
snaps and shutters tor Prank Nlascuch Lynn
Srlverrnan rrnparts her extraordrnary personal
rty to V H S Ctheres enough for everyone!
Glenn Miller leaves h1s clothes to some lucky
guy and Heenre leaves her sports abrhty to
Boobre lennrngs Hrtch leaves hrs trarts to
Leslte Lewts Bee lay and Glnger leave the
grggles to the Sophomore grrls Drck Barney
leaves hrs good judgment to Drck Thompson
and loe Deppe hts audlovtsual abrlrty to
Martlyn Hoag Lee Potter leaves Bruce
onna Mae Smrth Gret Wetland bequeaths
her gtft of gab and Elstes remarks are left or
Patty Lou Nrghlarzd
1 e one To M1 Wermuth rs left Btll Wrrthlm s
good arguments and Artre Talmadges ward
robe lrrs Olsson wlll never lose or leave her
memorres to V H S or Amerrca Buddy Ash
ley and Anthony Quadrel just leave' To all
the faculty we wish to leave a bundle of thanks
for puttmg up so well wrth us and for betng
such good sports about rt'
Thrs our last wrll and testament ls stgned
A Senlor Blrdman
The neatest of the neat
A slow poke
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Second row Puleo Hauck Hmclcley Gllol Porter lVlcG1nn
Glfford Fernald Brown Blose Lane Bartley Boltz Bratch
Thrrd row Hoag Garrabrant Kenworthy Rowell Dart
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Whrte Chamberlm Ierbasx Seventh row Casale DeV1to
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IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Charles Opdyke, president: Richard
Munn, vice-president: Elaine Schermer-
Through the portals of V. H. S., we
moved into our Junior year. We had at
last left the title of "underc1assrnen" be-
hind us and Charles Opdyke, Dick Munn,
and Elaine Schermerhorn, our class offi-
cers helped lead us through this important
Our class was well represented in
student activities such as the Student
Council and the Student Court, with Ioe
Gagliano, vice-president ,and Dick Thomp-
son, assistant judge ably fulfilling their
The cheerleaders, under captain lean
Sager, cheered our boys to many vic-
tories while our class was well represented
on all athletic teams. We all feel sure
that next year's teams under the leader-
ship ot Hoover, Cartabona, Opdyke, and
Ierbasi will bring many athletic honors to
Throughout the year we succeeded in
arousing interest for a canteen, and pain-
fully labored through physics, commercial
law, and irregular verbs and most of us
had our first taste of sate driving. We
hope that it is not our last.
Well, our long-awaited class rings ti-
nally arrived in Ianuary and were dis-
played by almost everyoneg ideas for our
prom materialized: and we worked on
decorations industriously as our Iunior
year slowly drew to a close.
This past year, with the added respon-
sibilities of becoming sophomores and the
assumption of more duties, we turned to
the able leadership of Bob Shuttleworth,
Iimmy Donley, and Ann Price and went
full force into all school. activities. We
ably represented Verona in football, soc-
cer, basketball, and all summer sports, as
well as in cheerleading. We enthusias-
tically supported Shadows and the White
Hornet and dutifully participated in the
Student Court and the Student Council.
But even with our added tasks and
worries over Latin II. algebra II, and
final exams, we were certainly glad to be
ascending the ladder of education, for
now we were sophomores! and were we
glad of it, since there would be no more
embarrassing moments of walking into
wrong class rooms or wandering through
strange corridors as we had experienced
only a year before. What a difference a
year makes! Right from the start, with
as much sophistication as we could mus-
ter, we tried to erase those humorous epi-
sodes and started in planning for our
Soph Soda Hop in hope of redeeming our
'ii' ' K-1
Mrs. Clark, Miss Shockney, and Mr.
Carstensen Cnot in picturej.
Well, perhaps we have only partially
accomplished this, but we all feel that we
have completed a happy and successful
sophomore year and will remember it for
quite a while. But now let us look toward
the future when, after a summer of fun
and relaxation we shall assume the
weighty problems of the upper classmen.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
Bob Shuttleworth, president: lames Donley. vice
president: Ann Price, secretary-treasurer.
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Donley Glbbs Llpkln Second row Vehslaqe Smlth
Turner Voos Roos Goldweber Sachs Urban Adams Pal
mer Turano Apple Baldwm Abbey Blood Goldberg
Gradowslcy Inglesxno Kaczmarck Graman Curtns Smxth
Thlrd row Dahl Burnett Chesnut Vold Vanan Kuhne
Collett Towne Haggblom Lzssner Gurney Smxth Zxm
merman Cox Watson Henschen Ruqqrero Churchlll
Seton Kusenburg Wxlhams Barney Fourth row Kelly
Merwm Hathaway DAless1o Butler Halstater Hoch
herser Gore Wehrhezm Pomponxo Herr Coe Dobson
Rusconx Smg Krohn 'VIcCarren Inqold Erfurt Dartnell
Hmes Frith row Schultze Faraher Berry Peterson Berg
strom Pearson Ostella Roemer Thorp Morton Sm1th
Gahr Rrchardson Lytle Voss Nolfx
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Rademacher Haufler Denton Edelhauser Towne Farrar
Cartabona Varran MacDonald Wrdder Second row
Steele Palmese Pechenrk Ianofi Cordasco Ashley Baker
Pantly Coad Remtllong Brelthut Sxmpson Cutrone Gran
nettx Hanley Wrlcox Walscherd Dean Sutton Bollrnger
Palm Alexander Wxnner Thrrd row Coyle Vmcent
De Cheser Kayes Connolly Smxth Rademacher Mrscra
Krohn Marx Barsrkow Iohnson Bush Clark Newcomb
Hoagland Sherman Wxndoli Allhusen Payne Yates
Srgrrst Wnqht Dalton Skrzypek Cartabona Fourth row
Wolfe Bausum Rever Wrndoli Hayne Opdyke
Lovallo Messrnger Morrtz Wersman Mlller
Hommowun Gash Chrrstenson Fates Krrby
Gerberg ORowe De Lucca Frith row Barry
Phelps Tart Green Tolley Beck Farnsworth
Leach Uccr Carhng Rrckert Thomas Ganqurlo
Betke Schultzbank Mrller Standmg rn rear
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FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
Danny Denton president Nancy Edelhauser VICE
president Ioey Hautler secretary treasurer
After idolizing high school
students for two years in Iunior
High we eagerly looked for
ward to assuming our responsi
b1l1t1es as Freshmen
Under the capable hands of
Dan Denton Nancy Edelhauser
and loey Hautler we studied to
outshine the Freshman classes
of the past We were well rep
resented 1n the extra curricular
act1v1t1es Shadows the White
Hornet Dramatic and Cheermg
Clubs and the various commit
tees which turned out to be
more fun than we anticipated
We ve learned a great deal
in school lh1S year and the
many good times such as dec
oratmg and sponsoring our
own dance certainly far out-
numbered our dislikes. Under
the guidance of the understand-
ing teachers who have tried
their best to put something into
our grey matter and with our
initial attempt at final exams
we hope that we have made a
successful mark in the annals
of the school and that we have
prepared ourselves for the com-
ing years in V.H.S.
Mr Wermuth and Mr Willnn
So many years aqo
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A lolly Good Fellow
on the house
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The Pyramid Club
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Miss Howell. Adviser. and Len Clark, President.
First row: Dean, Clark, Clark
Blose, Gagliano, Williams. Bart
ley. Second row: Miss Howell
Hoover. Carroll, McKinley, Tal'
madge. Third row: Chamberlin,
Leach, Ostello, Morton.
First row: Gagliano, Blose, Clark.
Second row: Baker, Wirthlin, Barney.
Heller. Potter. Third row: Miller, Hast-
ings, Lum, MacMillan, Marriott. Lynch.
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Early in September the council began its
work of attempting to solve school problems
under the leadership of Leonard Clark, Ioe
Gagliano and Alice Blose.
Carrying out plans formed during the sum-
mer, Bob MacMillan and Babs Lum organized
their highly successful concession at the
home football games.
With accomplishments such as the Thanks-
giving Pep Rally, Care package, informal and
assembly discussion groups, and the Canteen,
the council adjourned, but not without thank-
ing all the students and faculty who assisted
greatly in backing up the council's activities.
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Dick Thompson, Assistant Iudge, and
Dick Barney, Iudge.
ln its sixth year of organization the Student
Court for the first time operated as a separate
power under the provisions of the new con-
stitution. The Court, though active, could not
be considered busy this year, as there were
comparatively few cases reported. The action
taken on the cases brought up before the Court
was smooth and just. The Iudge was able to
cope with the problems arising as to interpreta-
tion and decisions by the invaluable coopera-
tion and insight of the Assistant Iudge. The
events taking place during the cases were ably
recorded by the Clerk and Assistant Clerk,
and the defendants and witnesses were con-
trolled by the Sergeants-at-arms. It goes with-
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out saying, though, that without the coopera-
tion of the student jury the Student Court could
not have been successful in the fulfillment
of its duties.
A great deal of gratitude and credit goes to
Mr. Wermuth, who acting as the faculty spon-
sor, gave wholeheartedly of his time and ex-
perience in order to guide the Court in its
First row: Mr. Wermuth, Thompson
Voss, Windolf. Fourth row: Carle, Sem
pier. Morton. Charman. Brown. Coates
Barney, Fernald, Palm. Second row:
Churchill, Kaczmarck, Edelhauser, Win-
doll, Howell, Kusenberg. Third row:
Bill Wirthlin, Editor
Mr. Dimmers, Adviser
Now that our last deadline is over we of Shadows look
back on our previous struggles for subscriptions, advertisers,
pictures, and copy work, and realize that we have gained
much more in our time consumed than merely the publishing
of the '52 Shadows. Through our experiences we have learned
to work together for one common goal and give unselfishly
of our time and energy in an atempt to achieve a worthy year-
book for Verona High.
We wish to extend our particular thanks to Mr. Dimmers,
our faculty adviser, and to the Rae Publishing Company and
Lorstan-Thomas Studios for their unlimited concern and co
In leaving, we wish the best of luck to next year's staff and
sincerely hope they find as much enjoyment and satisfaction
in working on Shadows as we have.
The Shadows Staff
First row: Miller, Laford, Heller. Wirthlin, Hosting, Ierbosi,
Katz. Second row: Lum, Potter, Parasugo, Castillo King-
ston, Malloch, Olsson, Shankland, Coad, Herr, Coe, Apple,
Macdonald. Third row: Lynch, Davidson, Weiland, Par-
diny, Birchler, M. Sherrard, Solomon, Silverman. P. Andere
son, Churchill, Kusenberg, Gosh. Fourth row: Baldwin,
Wehrheim. Lissner, Urban, Haggblom, Reiber, Palmer, Zim-
merman, Setorf, Allhusen, Skrzypek, Hauck. Fifth row:
Towne Adams, Connolly, Sager, Dartnell, Hella, Harrison.
Fernald, Gifford. Iohnson, Baker. Sixth row: MacMillan.
Codby, Hochheiser, Kott, Bardi, Coates, Opdyke, Goeller
It was a long, hard fight but we made it! Once again in the history of
V. H. S. ten copies of the White Hornet were edited. Deadlines were met . . .
by the skin of our teeth. In our inimitable fashion we scurried around, digging
up news,, typing, copyreading, and eventually putting each issue to bed.
Along with the news of our hallowed halls, the vacuum cleaner was
emptied in the ever-popular "Meow" column, while the last page was devoted
to current athletic gains and loses. With the introduction of several new
columns and the increased use of photos and cuts, the Hornet was able to
hold the interest of the students so that it was never in the red.
We, the staff, would like to express our appreciation to the paper's
adviser, Miss Miller, for her aid throughout the year . . . with a last farewell
to our problems, numerous satisfaction and memories, we leave the White
Hornet to next year's staff.
First row: Sager, Heller, Hastings, Christenson, Davidson,
Potter, Lynch, Katz. Lum. Solomon, Carver. Second row:
Towne. Guerney. Collins. Palmer. Houck. Gifford, Iennings,
Bartley. Fernald Lane, Heiber, Birchler, Palm, Grant. Third
row: Rowell, Lissner, Haggblom, Coad, Dartnell, Hella,
Harrison, King, Malloch, Rothberq. Haufler. Clark, Hoag-
land, Rodemacker, Abbey. Fourth row: Held, Wehrheim,
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Soch, Goldweber. Iohnson, Sherrard, Silverman, Sherrard
Shankland, Wilcox, Edelhauser, Bush, Baker, Baldwin
Fifth row: Coe, Apple, Weiland, Olsson, Parasugo, King
ston, Castillo, O'Neill, Pardiny, Leach, De Francisco, Weber
Wolscheid, Wilcox, Borsikow. Sixth row: Kott, Bardi
MacMillan, Cadby, Hochheiser, Miss Miller, Opdyke, Goel
Editor Lee Potter and Miss Miller, Adviser.
The White Hornet Staff
1 the H1Y spon
This year the Verona Chapter o
sored by Mr Burguillos opened the season with
the induction ceremony for the new
I b met on Thursday evenings in the library The
officers were President Bob MacMillan Vice Presi
h Secretary Iere
dent and Chaplain Norman Smit
Dailey and Treasurer Gay Gnff1th The members
enloyed sw1mm1ng and basketball at the Y
prominent speakers such as Bob Hooper and Polo
Liang and joint meetings with the Tn H1Y The
group was also fortunate in being able to send two
delegates to the Pre Legislature at Princeton and
have one oi them elected assistant clerk or
d 1 L islature at Trenton
Mo e eg
This years H1Y Club was the first of Verona
s of the
to be registered nationally among the H1Y
'l'r1 H1 Y
M ll Cadby
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row Smith Rapp Mr Burguillos
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c wlndt Hastings' 'S?Zh1CCrve1 ezgneg Sa er Eaton Ierrrran. Second row'
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Neill, Kingston C . Brown Pot muh. Third ,ow Ihur.
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The Verona Triflli-Y Chapter is registered nationally
and locally, and has been functioning for two years. It
is open to all high school girls who are willing to fulfill
our purpose: "To create, maintain, and extend throughout
the home. school, and community high standards of
Christian charccter." Our meetings include education.
' ' rts. social functions. and
non-sectarian W0fShlp. service, spo
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observance of special holidays. These mee 1 g
' 'e5, work projects, splash
lated by outside speakers. movr
astrllo, Abbey' Sherman YL. dourth ww,
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parties and pot luck suppers, carol sings and picnics.
Plus the fact that there are many area and national con-
ventions, dinners, and camps offered to our members
wheye ide circle of friends
Let us hope that the Verona Chapter will continually
' importance by living up to its slogan: "Pure
thoughts. pure words, pure actions.
as are exchanged and our
atlonal Honor Soolot
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Carver Marrrott Potter Clark
Thxrd row Baker Barney Mrss
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The Verona Chapter ol the Natmal Honor Socrety
which was mstrtuted at our hxgh school for the irrst trme
last year began nts lxrst lull year of actrvrty rn 52 Frrst
on the agenda was a panel dlscussron for the Communrty
d hrch was gxven to numerous crvxc groups
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the Womens Club concerning the Blll oi I-lxghts and was
al o presented rn the hlgh school assembly Members ot
the Socxety are Pam Hastrngs Lee Potter Len Clark
Don Marnott B111 Wrrthlm Sue Davxdson Shrrley Carver
row Mrller Hastmgs Blose Baldwm Opdyke
Thrrd row Barney Gaglrano Mr Lo Crcero '59
M nl n Ballard Fred Baker Dxck Barney Barbara
Solomon Babs Lum Mane Lynch George Howard Drck
Thomoson Blame Schermerhorne Rosemary ane
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audrence. but xt axds the faculty as well
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rn any way he can and lead the students rn the
opemng exercrses belore the assembly
Thrs year we must thank two faculty members
lor supervxsxng our commrttee Mr Lo Cxcero and
Mr Gleason A. a whole the assembly commrttee
had a very ime and successiul year
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Heller, Silverman, Miss Howard. Second row: Cutrone, Fates, Riccardi. Kirby,
Grant, Apple, Iohnson, Gifford, Howell, Garrabrant. Rugqiero, Hines. Third
row: Norton, Collins, Feyguson, Shannon, King, Leach, Parasuqo, Henschen,
Price. Krohn. Fourth row: McCarren, Rusconi, Price.
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First row: Mrs. Clarke, Wade, Betke, Windolf.
Second row: Gcxgliano, Baker, Shuttleworth.
Third row: Peterson, Munn, Heyer.
First row: Watson, Collins, Caputo. Huey. Coveney, Shan'
non. Wells, Ferguson. Second row: Krohn. Trimmer, Rug-
qiero, Churchill. Herr, Goldberg, Pantley. Third row'
Kaptein. Miss Hamer, Giannetti, Krohn. Garrabrant, Weber
First row: Miss Howell, MacMillan, Lum. Second
row: Bartley, Davidson, Potter, Lynch, Weiland,
Third row: Fernald. Rowell. Gifford, Dartnell, Cadby.
Fourth row: Laford, Chamberlin, Mascuch, Munn.
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Barney, Clark. Marriott, Charman, Withlin.
Ginn, Dartnell, Hastings. Raithel. Third row:
Red Uross Cemmlttee
First row Coad Brown Eaton Gxfiord Blose Femald Nelson Harrison Cox Second row
Gray Boltz Sager Huey Anderson Apole Heclus Galley Kandel
Fxrst row Davidson Haslmgs Shankland Lynch Mxss
Deal Second row Rexbe Sager Brown Hoggblom
Audio hsual Committee
First row Carling Uccx Farnsworth Hogg Green Betke
Secona row Tebo Iacobus Green Donley Shuttleworth
Lost and lound
First row: Pardiny. Heller, Leach. Sec-
ondrow: Wilcox, Silverman, Birchler.
DRAMATIC CLUB OFFICERS :
Pardiny. Cadby, Lum, Hastings.
The Troupers started a busy year under the
able leadership of Babs Lum, Ron Cadby, Pam
Hastings, and Gay Hanley.
With Elsie Schwindt's suggestion, we started
a "Trouper Workshop" where line reading,
voice inflections, and other things were prac-
The annual New York trip was to see "The
Shrike," with Iose Ferrer. It was a wonderful
psychological study of a man, committed to a
mental hospital for attempting suicide.
The big play, "Men Are Like Streetcars," a
comedy of teenage problems, was a great suc-
cess, thanks to- a swell job done by Evelyn
Hella and her supporting cast.
To end up the year, a Freshman play was
presented under the direction of Sue Davidson
and Betsy Hauck, who deserve a great deal of
credit for directing the whole play on their own.
First row: Urbcm, Weiland. Pardiny, Heller. Parasugo, S. Wilcox, Silverman
Castillo, Lum. Gian-netti, Barresse, Macdonald, Edelhausser, Bush. Iohnson
Dean, Trimmer, Reiber, Shankland. Second row: Hastings, King, Palmer
Apple, Coe, Hauck, Lane, Bartley. Hella, Coad, Hautler, Clark, Hoagland
Walscheid. C. Wilcox. Payne, Sutton, Hanley. Third row: Turano, Guerney
Haggblom, Baldwin, Held. Fernald, Brown. Dartnell, Hinckley, Gifford, Al
lhusen, Gash, Hogg, Lynch, Schwindt, Davidson. Fourth row: Goldweber
Sachs, Towne, Smith, Kaczmark, Sager, Eaton, McGinn, Harrison, Blose, Porter
Abbey, Kenworthy. Gillol, Sigrist, Newccmbe. Potter. Filth row: Lissner
Adams, Wehrheim, Olsson. Malloch, Leach. O'Neill. Kingston. Solomon, Grey.
Weber, De Francisco, Borsikow. Moritz, Sixth row: Hochheiser, Halstater.
Cadby, MacMillan, Mr. Butterworth, Deppe, Smith, Opdyke, Goeller. Ashland.
A little organized Operetta practice.
The Glee Club had a very successful year under the very fine direction
of Mrs. Leonardson,
The Glee Club was very active during the Christmas season by pre-
senting a Christmas Concert with the Verona Choral Society and a chorus
of forty voices from our school sang a group of Christmas songs at the
Montclair Y.M.C.A. at their annual Christmas Carol Service. The Glee Club
also put on an assembly which was enjoyed by the entire student body.
For their annual Spring Concert the Glee Club selected a group of fifty
from the combined choruses and presented the American Folk Opera, "Down
in the Valley," by Kurt Weil.
To conclude another year the Glee Club sang at Baccalaureate Service.
First row: Heiber, Porter, Rowell, Callet, Inglesino. Krohn
Macdonald, Ashley, Baker, Cartabona. Yates, Cartabona
Fry, Hordynski, Connolly, Varian, Rademacker, Kaczmarck
Churchill. Ingold, Coe, Herr. Second row: Bartley, Gifford
Sing, Rusconi, Leveca. Cutrone, Krohn. Marks Remiloii
Clark, Hautler, Dean, Walscheid, Wilcox, Hanley, Skrzy:
pek, Breithut, Rademacker, Towne, Farrar, Winners
Smith, Kandel. Third row: Kenworthy, McGinn, Fernald
Towne, Wright, Dalton, Borsikow, Widder, Rademacher
Bush, Hoagland, Windolf, Edelhausser, Sigrist, Palm, Bollin
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Nelson. Fourth row: Sager, Dartnell, Blood, Wehrheim,
Abbey, Baldwin, Lavallo, Messinger, Paine, Newcombe,
Hommowun, Christenson, Fates, Riccardi, Connolly, Mor-
itz, Hoag, Hectus. Boltz, Blose, Harrison, Dobson. Filth
row: Koch, Dailey, Coyle, Denton, Phelps, Windolt, Jaco-
bus, Tolley, Mrs. Leonardson, Miss Barbery, Goeller, Op-
dyke, Thomas, Gerburg, Betke, Wolff, Thomson, Kaptein.
Martin, Bratch, Cox.
Mr. Litwheiler instructing
the brass section.
First row: Iohnson, Silverman, Clark, Trimmper. Second
row: Burnett, Leach, Ierbasi. Dailey, Pearson, Miller, N.
Smith, I. Tebo. Third row: George, R. Tebo, Kott, Hochs
heiser, Green, Howard, Roemer, Lissner, Christensen.
Fourth row: I. Smith, Volkmar, Fernald, Coates, Opdyke.
Stearns, Vehslage, Schumacher, Carlson. Fifth row: Curtis,
This year the band was in the very capable
hands of Woodrow Litwhiler. The band was
complimented on its unusual and original
stunts between halves at the football games.
This year the band sponsored its own dance
for the dual purpose of collecting money for
band awards at the end of the year and pay-
ing off the Student Council billygoat debt by
using them as tickets to the dance. The dance
turned out to be very successful.
The band also procured their long-awaited
band uniforms. They displayed them at the
Memorial Day parade.
The band has many excellent plans for next
year and those of us who are graduating wish
it all the luck in the world.
Members oi Verona's Local 802.
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First row: Smith, Wehrheim, Baldwin. Martin, Hogg Second row Burnett Towne Lissner
Volkmar, Reiber, Hochheiser. Third row: Chestnut, Smith Dailey Farrar Green Hayne Mascuch
Ierbasi. Fourth row: Opdyke, Fe-rnald, Kott, Pearson Tebo
Under the experienced and skillful leader-
ship oi Edmund Schill, the orchestra comes
through again this year with a splendid job in
our assemblies and was very successful in all
As usual, the orchestra put on their Spring
Concert with great enthusiasm which added to
their great success each year.
The orchestra, being one of our most enjoy-
able electives, will always reflect delightful
memories to its former members.
Young men with some horns.
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Verona's football team took to the gridiron
again to the tone of five wins and four defeats.
Under the highly capable leadership of co-
captains Richard Martin and Leonard Clark.
the team never failed to put up a good show-
ing. Made up almost completely of seniors,
the forward wall usually consisted of Martin
and Carroll at the ends, Gillen and Meyner at
tackles, Cartabona and Rapp at guards, and
Marriott at center. Low, Baker, Barresse and
McKeown all saw a lot of line duty. The back-
field usually saw Clark at quarterback, Roth-
auser and Morton at halfback, with Pat Sem-
pier at tailback. Roddy Smith and Art Tal-
madge both saw considerable action, and
Alan Dobson and Bob Charman were used as
. it utility men. The team, coached by "Dutch"
Wermuth, Ierry DeStefano, and Iohn Leneaus,
stuck with their job and have much to be proud
of. A great deal of praise should be given
to Richard Carle who worked diligently as
ans Dick Maul"
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First row: Carle, Rothauser, Meyner, Barresse. Carroll, Clark, Martin
Baker, Talmadqe, Marriott. Sempier. Second row: De Stefano
Thompson, McKinley, Kohler. Heyer, Hoover, Charman. Cartabona
White, Brown, Kieter, McKeown, Dobson, Wermuth. Third row: Kelly.
Peterson. Gahr, Smith. Morton, Smith, Foss. Skrzypek.
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Although the basketball team
didn't win the conference champion-
ship, they did manage to have a
successful record and under the
leadership of Co-Captains Richard
Martin and Don Marriott, the team
showed great abilities at times. This
year developed some outstanding
underclassmen. While Richard Mar-
tin, Ierry Carroll and Don Marriott
played in their last year. the re-
maining members were getting sea-
soned for the future. George Hoover
and Gordon Brown were two main-
stays of the team and proved to be
good scorers and good ball han-
dlers. Roddy Smith and lim Morton
showed great promise as Sopho-
mores playing regularly, and have
vastly improved over the season.
Next year's team will also have the
services of Dick Munn, Bob Shuttle-
worth, George Fisher and Ioe Gag-
liano, all seasoned players.
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First row: Hoover, Carroll Cocaptarns Martin and Marriott Brown Morton Second row
Coach Skip Smith, Kelly Chamberlin Smith Gaghano Munn Fisher Fernald Roemer White
manager. Third row: Opdyke Berry Butler Voss Peterson Lytle Bergstrom Shuttleworth
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Front row: Smith, Peckinick, Nann, Ierbasi. Holdsworth, Christen
son, Iacobus, Flynn, Howard, Tillotson, Lytle, Katz, Kuhn. Second
row' Doc Goeltz, Williams, Moore, Wolf, Raithel, Green. Berg
strom Koch V ld, Gagllano, Updyke. Coates, Munn, Chamberlin
0 U U E lil Kinglram, Stlearns.
The 1951 Soccer team had a fairly success-
ful year, although their record was not the
best indication of it. With "Doc" Goeltz in his
twenty-fourth year at the reins, the squad came
through with three wins, seven losses, and four
ties. The team, which usually consisted of
seven seniors, and five juniors, will probably
never forget the game which they played
against Rutgers I. V.'s. The game was played
to a 2-2 tie in a storm which went from rain
to snow on a field which was hall submerged
The seven seniors: Captain Bob Flynn, Alan
Christenson, Bill Holdsworth, George Howard,
Russell Iacobus, Dan Katz, and Pete Tillotson,
wish "Doc" and the co-captains elect, Dan
Ierbasi and Charlie Opdyke, and the team the
best of luck next season.
Heads have in
Bob Gillen demonstrates
This year's Track team will try to add three more trophies to
Verona's trophy case, as has been the habit in the past 10 years.
Although they have lost four key performers from last year's Sur-
burban Conference Co-champions, they have back a lot of dependable
Leonard Clark, Captain, will lead the pole-vaulters, while Bob
Gillen will aim to better his own decus record. The rest of the squad
will be composed of: lim Morton and Bob Shuttleworth on the lows,
Don Marriott and Art Talmadge on the highs, and Norm Smith in the
sprints. In the distance races Dick Munn will run the half and Bob
McKinley and George Howard the mile. Randy Schumacher will
be used in the weights.
"Strictly for the birds"
Captain Len Clark
takes to the air.
First row: Marriott, Hitchcok. Gifford. Meeker, Flynn, Hatchett, Kingston, Palm. Clark. Talmadge.
Gillette, Reidenbaugh. Second row: Smith, Thorpe, Morton, Munn. Schumacher. Gillen. McKinley.
Howard, Dobson, Longo, Quadrel. Miller. Smith. Third row: Schiavone, Roemer. Carle. Hire.
Heyer. Bergstrom, Moore, Peterson, Moran, Chamberlin. Shuttleworth. 67
The 1951 Baseball team will soon be getting up to bat again.
Finishing second in the Suburban Conference last year, Verona can
expect an outstanding team this year. Losing only one regular through
graduation, the lineup should be strong.
The infield will probably have Ioe Gagliano at first, Tom Collins at
second, George Hoover at short, with the third base slot open. The
outfield has Ierry Carroll, Pat Sempier, and a number of other able
players fighting for the vacant spot.
Ioe Low and Richard Martin, two experienced pitchers, will share
the mound duties, with Dan Ierbasi helping out. Andy Barresse will
again be behind the plate. Roddy Smith and Charlie Churchill will
probably be used as utility men, playing a number of positions during
the season. No matter what the lineup is, Verona fans be sure that
the team will be out there fighting.
"WOODY" LITWEILER '
and Tom Collins
demonstrate batting form
First row: Fisher, Wade, Martin. Castle, Baker, Gagliano, Mead, Churchill, Chestnut. Second
row: Coach Litwheiler, Cartabona, Ierbasi, Low, Carroll, Hoover, Baker, Brown. Collins, Barresse,
First row: Wade, Melbourne, Holdsworth, Coates. King-
ham. Second row: Doc Goeltz, O'Rawe, Nann, Voss.
Under the experienced guidance of "Doc"
Goeltz. the golf team will be teeing off again.
The team will be led by its only returning
letterman Bill Holdsworth, Captain. Others
who will fit into the picture are Alan Chris-
tenson, Dave Ackerman, Fred Femald, and
Don Coates. No matter what the outcome may
be, you can be sure that the golfers will be
out there hacking away.
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Under the able direction of Mr.
Cartenson and Captain Dan Katz, the
4 tennis team boasts a capable squad
consisting of six returning lettermen
and two newcomers Alan Christenson
and Bruce Potter. Bob Raithal and Steve
Kott are hoping to help out in the
singles and Elber Stems and Charles
Opdyke are expected to help improve
the team over last year's season.
From left to right: Mr. Carstenson, Lund, Kuhn. Stearns, Miller, George, Kott, Steele.
Raithel, Varian, King, Green, Smith, Potter, Christenson, MacMillan, Katz.
The Verona High School bowling team of the 1951-52
season attempted to approach the level of the team
of four years ago. Under the guidance oi Coach Luther
"Chief" Falconer, the pinners wound up in fourth place
in their league after dwelling in the cellar for the first
Lead by Bill Holdsworth, Art Talmadge, and Captain
Alan Christensen, the team produced their high game ot
851. Lee Dodd, Bob Raithel, Ioe Percevault. and Ioe
Schiavone were the remainder of the squad.
First row: Talmadge, Holdsworth, Raithel. Second
row: Christensen, Mr. Falconer, Shiavone.
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first row: Ingold, Kusenberg, Graman, Barney.
Second row: Hinckley, Garrabrant. Sager. Inglesino, Coe.
The eight girls you saw out
on the gridiron yelling and
cheering the team on, usually
consisted of: Gladys Kusen-
burg, Captain, Sandra Barney.
Gale Graman, Barbara Ingold,
Iean Sager, Lynn Garrabrant,
Libby Coe, and Ianet Hinckley.
They had a lot of spirit and
vigor and were backed by the
student body to the fullest ex-
tent. Many thanks are given
to Mrs. Harms, who was the
faculty advisor and aided in
The basketball cheerleaders did a marvelous
job this year with Anne Curtis as captain. The
group usually had Anne Curtis, Lynn Dartnell.
Polly Ruggerio and Sue McGinn out on the
court yelling with all the vigor possible. They
led the cheering and greeting and increased
school spirit at the basketball games
Lett to right Lynn Dartnell Anne Curtis Capmm
Susan McG1nn Polly Ruggrero
Not exactly out to Show up the boys. the Girls' A. A.
nevertheless puts up a good argument when they take to
the basketball floor or volleyball court. While boasting
no Walter Dukes or Clyde Lovellette, they do manage to
keep the weight down and enjoy themselves at the same
time. Under the direction of Miss Howard, perhaps with
a little more practice they will put up a worthy battle
against the boys. So watch your step guys, maybe next
year will be the year.
Besides their athletic prowess, any boy will tell you
that their gym clothes are more attractive than theirs.
But then again, maybe it's the contents.
Miss Howard. Girl's A. A. Coach
First row: Leach. Wilcox, Heller. Pardiny, Iennings, Sil-
verman, Miss Howard, Walscheid, Dean. Second row:
Churchill. Gradowsky, Erfurt, Nelson, Dartnell, Baker.
Ashley, Macdonald. Miller, Trimmer, Carroll. Herr, Coe
Bollinger, Palm, Weber, DeFrancisco, Lum, Lynch, David
son. Third row: Seton, Ingold, Barresse, Held, McGinn
Gifford, Femald, Edelhausser. Bush, 'Hoagland, Hauiler
Clark. Connolly, Hademacher, Grant, Baldwin, Potter.
Fourth row: Birchler, Hines, Kirby, Borsikow, Eaton, Sut-
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Newcombe. Dalton, Smith Abbey, Apple, Wehrheim. Hectus
Hogg. Wells. Fifth row: Williams, Bamey, Kazmarck, Ric
cardi. Iohnson, Sager, King, Parasugo. Simpson, Hommo
wun. Allhusen, Christenson, Wright, Goldweber, Sachs
Palmer, Blose. Brown. Boltz, Volkmar, O'Neill, Kingston
Castillo. Sixth row: Kusenberg, Curtis. Weiland, Hastings
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VERONA CEDAR GROVE E550 STATION
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Verona N I
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451 ORANGE RD MONTCIAIR
M0ntcIalr 3 4433
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THE NATIONAL MUSIC SHOP
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Open Every Eevenmg
570 BLOOMFIELD AVE MOntc1cur 2 6320 MONTCLAIR
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Phone VEronc1 8 8868
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440 Bloomheld Ave Veron
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666 Bloomlield Ave- REAL ESTATE -. INSURANCE
GROCERIES O VEGETABLES
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Home Office B78 Bloomfield Ave.
Verona, N. I. MOntc1c1ir 3-0247 Verona, N. I.
ROBERT B KING INC
IIS Bloomfield Ave
VE 8 3140
WALWORTH APPLIANCE STORE GEMMELLS INC
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724 Bloomheld Ave
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VERONA HIGH SCHOOL
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YOUR OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER to be afhlmcned w1th 1t
FOREMOST PHOTOGRAPHERS IN THE EAST
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OUR ONLY STORE
596 BLOOMFIELD AVENUE
MONTCLAIR, N. I.
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724 BLOOMEIELD AVENUE
VERONA N J
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The new mid-morning show "Brunch at Caputos" will feature head
waiter Sandra Shannon as announcer and Iay Tebo as pianoist. It
will meet with stiff opposition, however from the "Chemist ' B
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ing" on Channel 4, one of the more established programs on TV.
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1 c e y hirley Carver and featuring Sue Davidson.
Dave Rothauser will moderate the "Criminal's Criminal", show on
Channel 7 next Tuesday night. Featured in the leads will be Rus
Iacobus and Verna Stevens. You may remember, that 't R -
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tauser, with the help of Tommy Collins and lim Howbotham, who
ex os d th ' '
p e e nortorious "Crime Incorporated' gang a few years ago.
The alleged leaders, Ioe Low, Ed Rapp, and Don Clowers, were re-
cently released frorn prison They were defended b th f
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criminal lawyer, Ioe Schiavone, who proved without a doubt that they
were honest business
men who were just involved by circumstantial
evidence. State's atomey, Mike Iannone seemed to have an air ti ht
case until Ioe produced key witnesses Alan Christenson and Iere
Dailey to testify.
We hope all of you fans caught the stock car races telecast from
Newark last night. During intermission Carl Kindberg, driving the
Leach Bearcat, and Bill Mahar in his hot-rod put on a thrilling exhibi-
tion of daredevil driving. The main event was won by Frank Bartolo,
with Ron Cadby a close second. Cadby is just back from California
where he raced Dick Bamey and Chuck Churchill. The latter were
riding on one of Churchill's flying carpets.
If you are not interested in auto racing maybe you would like to
watch "Science in Review," with Miss Rothberg and Miss Booth
discussing Herr Miller and Herr Holdsworth latest discovery, or the
new Watson play "Eh," starring Eleanor Coveney and photographed
entirely by Daka Dan Studios.
To further your education, on Channel 7, is Iris Olsson reporting
from Sweden and Marie Lynch from Florida and during the inter-
mission Miss Shankland will demonstrate the manipulation of
the B. Wells Chemical Glassware. Following this program you will
see the new singing sensation Art Talmadge at the Percevault Manor
and the co-feature there is Nancy Clark, a recent dancing sensation.
lust before the late show there will be a 15 minute sports show
starring Bob Hitchcock and narrated by that famous sports authority,
George Howard. On the late show there will be a revival of "Without
Price", starring Gay Collins in the title role, supported by Nancy
King and Nancy Ferguson. Ioan Watson is your host and the show
is brought to you by Birchler Beer.
So until next week, here's hoping you'll be looking in.
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