Verona High School - Shadows Yearbook (Verona, NJ)

 - Class of 1952

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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. The llenryli Whltehorne Hugh ln Ml Soho as 'iii oL Verona, ow Jo ,. f . .f P 1 TF ,f'- . in nu ul - 'F' g- Ill Ill B an Ill ul nu I 1 Ill In Ill Q 5 un nu nl k --- --- --- --- g ge: : g:: " ' n nu , so 1 lu Ill H! ng gf' IL. I W. vs ' .. o Ill. 11. HADUWSSTAFF Editor-in-chief .......... literary Editor ............. . Art Editor ......................... Business Manager ......... Advertising Manager ......,.....,... ..,. ff.. Pam Hdstingo Glenn Miller Dan Ierbaax . ..... Don Laiord Circulation Manager .................. Ronald Cadby Sports Editor .,................ Assistant Literary Assistant Art Edxtor .....,........,.., Photography Editor .................... Don Marriott Marilyn Ballard Frank Mascuch N -br llElllCA'l'I0 Y ffl 45-' SQ' To Iohn Burgu111os who wrth much con taught us prohclently ln Spanlsh but as a constant fnend and advlser cl d gu1 e us through four years of schoolmg warned w1th us and helped us through our many tr1als and problems we gratefully dedlcate the 1952 Shadows f" J , X ' f ,af A , WM ...K y X ihyy it t X ,W K 1 A , Q ,?" :Y , Af' centrated energy and interest not only XA l- It . I - 5 Ik lm! MR VINCENT C GEIGER MR WILLIAM H SAMPSON 1""S. fs MR ANDERSON BURGUILLOS MRS CLARKE '6- MR GLEASON MR GOELTZ MISS HAMER QQ 'ww MR REIDENBAUGH MISS RITCI-IIE MR SCELBA DeSTEFANO MISS HOWARD rf-. 1 9' Q MR SCHILL 4 , i x I j I , 5 ,Ir pil' . . I I ' 5 - 0 K J 0 4. fi Q ,ZR Al li -f I +- ff . if A I X A A I . MH. , MR. 9' I A :f 6' ' I I . I gi . L A , .W W -f I .. I V' 1- 'fa' " W- ,-1,.: F . ax , 7 ii I S" ii - f , X 6 by I7 -K J MRS. BORTELL MRS. DOHEMUS 2 ff , -7 f, . My Q 1 'fl I W ,1 3 I N IX sl. MH. DIMMERS MISS EHRMANN . We "K .. Y' fl Q4 5 MR- IOHNSON MRS. LEONARDSON Ng. Q due -vx 5, . "' ll X , K H U ,I I I MISS SHOCKNEIY .MR. SMITH . , . N X Y ff. YI E 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. Ax -s.,X ,- -2-we '- O' ' ,AX MH. FALCONER MISS PRICKE ' 22 S I 5 S I Li,-A '., 'ax 5 -.. Ie Xi I 3' Qi MR. LO CICERO MISS MILLER MRS. VAN HOUTEN MR. WOOD xx -Q. . I-. 1 B 'flint WEE he-ff BNUBMX 5? X .XSS TJ fi f X X -.-.A J -gf --,11- 411-S' fi. - -Q.. if -,Q .-- -.. ,o .., 1 , X ,f. X Nr if 2 U In C 'I 1 . I , I O . I ,1 U o fi- '...'. -' 'X 'T . E . we ,, ,. N, X- 9 1 B 4 6 1 'L r- it f - P 'N - .J ul. 4 , Y- uw. .. fr-ef " ' . , ks 'Mae' K ht, ,. -1-. f Q. Sfzaafaaaoflfwpadi 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 'W' ' gi . 'V f' . 75 ,sq M ft .L T ,..Qm1-'X -HW L-""' 'h 4 "5 CLASS Ill TIIRY 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 gn X 1 C1 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- ful memory. v ' H249 In 'W sf rv "X, -as 4, , MARGARET ABRAHAMSON Marge A 1 What eer she does she does wtth care Noted For That sophrstrcated look Usually Seen Ioshmq around wnh the QUUQ Weakness Tall boys wrth dark wavy han' 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 3 'vw Y if big. KJ MARILYN BALLARD Mar 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 splxt 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 .r-ledges 51,- -vs QQ' lu HUBERT JOHN ASHLEY Buddy Laugh and the world laughs with you 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 D1Ck 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 4 Tratttc Patrol 3 4 Assembly Com mttee 3 4 Chess and Checkers Club 2 3 Pubhc Speakxng Club 4 Natronal Honor Socxety 3 4 Football Z wk FRED BAKER Bake Frrtz 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 Representatrve l Andy 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 gers Student Councrl Representattve I Lock er Patrol 3 4 Sports Club l Camera Club 2 Danctng Club 3 Chess and eckers Club 4 Football l 3 seball l 2 3 ,av Qs yyrrycg ryyy, , rr.r 3 my H U 4" ff"'t'," " ' U: ' ' .Q ' G " f ' , 3 ' arf w A ' ' .i I n I :I 'IT ll K X A.A. ,4. +- ', y X, gf, susy in N, l , 'B 'KS-4, Y 1, H - ,, L 4 mcmnn c. BARNEY ANDREW PATRICK BARHESSH "f- - ff - H " " 3 ,, . . . -I V - - - H ff . I S ,, . , - ' I . . I l . V V Y- ,tfff 4 - f - 3 , A . 1. 1 1 1' 1 3 y , - 'V , .. . Ch ' p I . , 4: . hx 4 A I I - Ba , , . , I or . 1 ' ' Z ' -if I ' , : . . y U fy WX Q' 'xs 4 QF' I' 4 5 1 : ' . ly 3, ' N - , : . 3' QA X . ' : Q E ' . tg .- .- I y. A OM ' V ' 5 ' ' : ..., , 3 .sl , ,rl Af ii.. FRANK BARTOLO Freqse Hrs greatest toll rs to avord work Noted For Hts vartety ol cars Usually Seen Wxth lune and 1n the Acres Weakness lune Secret Ambrhon To own a new car Chess cmd Checkers 4 Sports Club 1 2 3 Footballl 2 3 Basketballl 2 3 ELIZABETH ANN BOOTH Betzr lt rs our actual work whrch determmes our value Noted For Qutet and gentle ways Usually Seen Outslde ol school Weakness Food Secre Ambttron Dye my hcur black Drwmatrc Clubl 2 3 4 Kmttrnq l 3 Shop for Girls Club 4 Ceramr ub 2 9' fu-Sh-v v' Y gp.-...Q 'gp' ROBERT F BEESE Bob Hrs words are trusty heralds to hrs mmd Noted For Worryrng about exams Usually Seen Settmg up P A system rn the gym Weakness Talkmg Secret Ambmon Learn to play the ukulele lrke Arthur Codlrey Dramatrc Club 3 4 Mechanlcal Draw xng 2 Audxo Visual 3 R BRUCE CADBY Ron A ltttle nonsense now and then rs relished by the best of men Noted For Endless ambxtxon bemg a good trlend Usually Seen Runnmq after a tan convertrble wxth a date Weakness NlCEg1rls motorcycles Secret Ambttron Be the nxcest gals nrcest guy Vrce Presrdent ol Troupers 4 Vrce Pres rdent Math Club 4 C1r ulatron Manager of Shadows 4 Shadows 4 Whxte Hor net 4 Concessron 4 Troupers 2 3 4 Math Club 4 Soccer 2 3 Track Z 3 4 Swrmmmg 4 Q--P -vcr of-" 3 X .af y' ep, EVELYN BIRCHLER To be gentle rs the test of a lady Noted For Sweet and Lovely Usually Seen Ioshmg wlth the gang Weakness Drets Secret Ambrtron To go up a down esculator Shadows 4 Whrte Hornet 4 Kmttmg Club 3 4 CCame to Verona m Senxor Yearj 9, if '33 eww- MAHIE CAPUTO 'Pr1ncess" "A friend both true and tried" No eil For Neatness quretness Usually Seen Wrth Ioan and Eleanor Weakness Smgmg Secret Ambxtlon To get married Kmttmg Club 1, Lrstenmg to Musxc 2 4, Dance Club 3 Charrman of Cafe terra Patrol 2, 3, 4, Bulletm Board Commrttee 4 ff- Q HQ- 2-it Ki, i H ' "Ev" my Z ff- .. , Z DHI- . 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I ' if R .fl Z SN J' RICHARD CARLE Dlck Noted For Neat lokes Usually Seen Pool Room Qumtet Weakness Food Secret Ambttron To be a success xn anythmq Sergeant atArms Student Court 4 Spamsh Club 1 2 Dance Club 3 Chem xstry and Buymg 4 Football 3 Man ager 4 Track 3 CAROL SUE CASTILLO Carol A merry lrfe and a gay spmt Noted For Never worrymg Usually Seen loshmg around wlth the QUUQ Weakness Future Present Past Dart mouth Men Secret Ambmon To be quret and sophxstxcated 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 mx JY JEROME P CARROLL SHIRLEY ANN CARVER Ier Ierry Shrrl Vxrlue ts bold and goodness never fearful 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 busmessman 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 ,vm Knowledge m youth rs wxsdom m age 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 l Z 3 Honor Socxety 4 lang eo, -v 1' li' i, iv HERBERT ALAN CHRISTENSON Chrts 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 -15 an CHARLES H CHURCHILL II Churcn Charley We are stronger and are better under manhoods sterner relgn Noted For Basketball ab1l1ty Usually Seen Wtth the Ra1ders Weakness Florida 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 3 Basketballl Z 3 4 Baseball l 2 7 B I .. 2. 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LEONARD CLARK Len Butch 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 carrrer 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 NANCY CLARK Nance A good sport and a good comrade Noted FOI Coma steady Usually Seen Marchmg on down the held Weakness lnwrrlmq 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 Red Cross Y' 592' 1- 9' 1 if GAY DALE COLLINS THOMAS COLLINS Gay Rouer Tommy ' A woman of srlence rs a woman of sense Noted For Her smxle Usually Seen In I I Newberry or twrrlmg Weakness Russ 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 ter1a 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 Ns. DONALD LEE CLOWERS Clowe Dan 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 au' 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 ELEANOR COVENEY Gentle of speech benelrcent of mmd Noted For Neatness Usua'ly Seen Wrth Mane and Ioan Weakness Harmonrzmg wrth Marle and loan Secret Ambmon To be a smger 'led Cross Commrttee 3 Dramatrc Club 1 Glee Club 2 Dancmg Club 3 Lrsten mg to Musc Club 4 Cafetena Patrol N . 5 1 .- A f X 1 Z . Z e . , ' I U . Z . U . 5 l ' . : ss Ba . . 2 r ' ' l 3: ' l's 1, ' g ' . ' , . . . 1 ' tt 3, 4: F V ' 5 Q 5 ' l. 4 1. . . : Al : 1.2: r , , . I ' . I 5 Elf 4 'lm i L Xt5iE5gg..f - ,.tA, Y 0 K I 1 -it ..t. J' A 5 L X , , S X L g 'N -' H H ff gl . g xx ,, . , . I 1 4. A 2 5 . N '2 ll' ml l ' . Z - 'il S . . ' ' . A 11 2. ' ' if J ., S 3" N A "El" 4 ', I' S - I 2 ' U ' . ,r A I 1 I . A A . ' I : I 1 ' 1 : ' - 3. 4. A ' JEHE DAILEY er For every why he had a wherefor Noted For Green Hornet Ccarj Usually Seen Wrth Green Hornet and Nan 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 5P' 4-Sir W1 san! NANCY FERGUSON Nance Nan A good heart rs better than all the heads m the world Noted For My sharpshooters jacket Usudlly Seen In a black Pontlac Vteakness B111 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 Y'-'v SUSAN DAVIDSON Sue Susxe 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 oi hte 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 Hornet 4 ROBERT MARTIN FLYNN Bob A drlrgent student and athlete too Bobs a Sportsman through and through Noted For Track medals Usually Seen Iumpmg hurdles Weakness Sports dancmg Secret Ambxtzon To play m the Olym pxcs 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 I 2 CoCapta1n 3 Basketball l 2 sf-qv 4 16 'Z L 5 ll? JOSEPH DEPPE oe Stately and tall as he moves m the hall Noted For Bemg Captam Vldeo Usually Seen Back stage Weakness Electromcs Secret Ambrnon To be an electrrcal engmeer Dramatxc Clubl 2 3 4 Aud1o Vrsual 2 Chess and Checkers l Basketball l Stage Manager 2 3 4 HOBERT GILLEN Rah 1 Rob The glory of young men IS therr strength Noted For Pool Room Qumtet Usually Seen Laughmg and wrth Bee a 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 2 3 ck 1 f"t4 lt 4"r - 'flea .gt N ' X . 9 ..I ., g U I .,, K- 'Q'-as - . I , .t As t lf 3 5' A . its S xii? . .1 ffltyy K is if ,, , . . ,, I sh., : ' 'l . ' 5 , ' N Ii I ',, . .H U W. z ' ' , ' '. I y. D . I A : I ' 'I 1 : I , 4: - : , . ' : ball . , 4: Tra , 2, 3, 4. or 'ilffi ' so 4 - ' S 'V S 915 - ll C ' Z 1 . g ey f 4. ARTHUR B GILLETTE Bronk In hot rods Bronson likes to ride beautiful women by his side Noted For Green convertible full ol girls Usually Seen In Caldwell with the Raiders 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 BOB HITCHCOCK Hitch 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 have triplets 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 3 4 Baseballl Neff: I r if V - 4 , Y ' - ,f 'rt v ,arf ov". M,,,,. PAMELA D HASTINGS Pam Always ready to help never to hinder Noted For Art ability and pretty eyes Usually Seen In a hurry and on com mlttees 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 1 Man is man and master ot his tate Noted For The Taxi Meter dsually Seen In a grey convertible Weakness The shore chickens and tomatoes 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 sociation 4 Footballl Soccer 3 4 Bas ketballl 2 Bowling 2 3 4 Baseball l 2 4 Goll 3 Basketball Manager 3 4 is 11-we .3 9: ,tl 4 3?-W"" . 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A. 4: Dramatic Club 1, 3, 4: Ceramics 3: Shop for Girls 4: Sec- retary' ot Class 3: Chiet Typist Sha- dows 4: Chief Typist White Hornet 4: Secretary Girls A A 4 Chairman Lost and Found 4 nf" GEORGE HOWARD George Knowledge is Power Noted For Math ability rule book Usually Seen Arguing or discussing sports 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 18 3 JOAN HUEY Prmcess Ioan 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 happy 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 Danny 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 photographer 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 mg 4 Soccer 3 4 Tenms 2 3 4 Bas ketball 3 Baseball 1, Chatrman oi Wel commg Commlttee 4 Prestdent Huntmg and Fmshmg Club 4 -Xxx I Ely tx 4 ut' ll 'ffl it MICHAEL IANNONE Mxke 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 rvx " uw pf RUSSELL R JACOBUS Cus Russ Fzckle as a changeful dream Noted For Belng itckle Usually Seen Wtth the Ratders Weakness Pat and underclassmen Secret Ambttton Ask Pat shell tell you Sports Club l Red Cross Club 2 Dance Soccerl 2 3 4 Basketballl 2 Golf 1 2 3 Captam 3 a I 3? t I A I 1 RICHARD KEPHART CARL KINDBERG Iotned Umted States Navy m Semor Year Chmk Hot Rod Thmkmg IS but an ldle waste Of thoughts Noted For Bemq a crazy drlver lxke Mahar Usually Seen Wtth Mahar worktnq on stock cars Weakness Racmg 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 1 Baseball 1 ' . ,sk . 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I 1, . . : hi, . . : '- ' ,W -- 2 . , , : : 'W NANCY JEAN KING Nance Nan 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 experrence 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 :EX 0, 'W VIRGINIA KINGSTON Grnger Blushmq rs the color ol vrrtue Noted For Wrtchy sense of humor Usually Seen Ioshmq w1th the gang Weakness Boys Secret Ambxtlon To stop blushmg all the tlme Shadows 4 Whrte Hornet 4 Tr1HxY 3 4 Kmttmg Club l 2 3 4 Dramatlc Club 4 GAA 4 5 fx I' T' 1' Q., A mans task rs always light xt hrs heart rs lrght Noted For Laclcadarslcal ways Usually Seen Crursxng around rn hrs black Chevrolet 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 1--'wx J 'Jim 1' BARBARA JAYNE LEACH Bee lay Laughter rs the chorus ol conversatzon Noted For Golden locks Usually Seen Grgglmg and wxth Ra Weakness Number 74 Secret Ambxtlon To please all of fend none 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 Babs 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 man 3 JOSEPH T LOW MARIE LYNCH I I b Beezy gi oe oe oy Earnest m work lzvely m play P 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 one thxnq 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 tee 4 News Edrtor of Whxte Hornet 4 'X I 19 JC X A .A ll nl ur ln 1' ' 'I w ' . 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H I ' 5 - 5 I . - - ' . - l -- I : ' ' ' ' z ' . 327' gl if I - 1 . - Q A E . u . . . : , : ' : : V FRANCIS LYTLE Fregse And he was a care free lad Noted For Blond curly harr Usually Seen Walkmg wrth Nancy Weakness Readmg Nancy rn the comtcs Secret Ambrtron It s not possrble Chef Club 3 Lrbrary Club 4 tCame to Verona ln Iumor yearj 'fy' 4041! 4-we msn 9' VIRGINIA MCCULLY Grnny She IS as good as her appetzte Noted For Those lunches Usually Seen Laughmg and havrng a good trme Weakness Phrl 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 mony Club 3 Kmttmq Club 4 Da atc Club 1 2 4 Clee Clu Cheerleader 3 GAA 3 4 Treasurer of G A A 4 Chatrman ol Trafttc Patrol 4 Cabrnet of Student Counctl 4 i A 7, ,A X'f'55 41' be ARTHUR MABEE Duke Who can wrestle against sleep? Noted For Slrnqtng the bull Usually Seen Gomg some place rn hurry Weakness Tomorrow Secret Ambrtron To have eternal hte Mustc Club 4 Football 2 WILLIAM MAHAR Hotrod o 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 Y '51 my A 1 1, 'fp y ,KN 'Qi ROBERT WILLIAM MacMILLAN JR Sandy Bob Mac Pohtenes goes tar but costs nothmg Noted For Dancmq Usually Seen In tan convert1ble wrth Babs Weakness Blondes and convertrbles Secret Ambrtton To own a place t the shore Chaplam of H1Y 3 CoCha1rman of Football Concesston 4 Fmance Chaxr man for Iumor Prom 3 Student Councxl Representattve 4 H1Y 1 2 Troupers S ub Basketball 1 Soccer l Track 2 Tenms ALISON MALLOCH Allte 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 im M' X'-ax 536' by to 17 xew 3 , 43 : n - yy., Q t . , . y N. - N k v f N A - ,f 1 f W. 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X- '47 DONALD R MARRIOTT Marr 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 Quintet Weakness Gin Secret Ambition To play in the East West game 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 Speedy 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 tic 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 f W ,wx .25 RICHARD MARTIN Whit Richie Lite is a game of football with time out for dating Noted For Day dreaming Usually Seen With Pat and Ier in the Acres Weakness Sleeping and a certain underclassman 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 IRIS OLSSON Os Eres She is just the kind whose good nature never varies Noted For A Swedish heritage Usually Seen Explaining about Swe den 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 in 2 '--. GUSTAVE H. MEYNER "Gus" "Bud" "His valor and his generous mind prove him as good as he is kind." Noted For: Getting good marks. Usually Seen: In green Chrysler. Weakness: Girls. 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 113571. C' f"Nn -'VN S 5 GAIL ONEILL Odupe Nell Neatness is a crowning grace Noted For Nice figure Usually Seen Ioshmg with the gang Weakness Number 84 Secret Ambition To have bright blue eyes White Hornet 4 Red C oss 1 2 Tn HiY 3 4 Dance Club 2 3 Knitting 3 4 Dramatic Club l 4 Glee Club 1 ,, 21 gf . . . . ck 2. 3. " if Y I 2 K ny v TN - U' t ,, ' ,, .. - .1 H - - H 'A i ' , . - 1 i H , . I . .il ' ' 5 ' ' : ' . ...,, I . . ' ' SM' 11 . . . : . . . . ' i ' - - 6 ,, . ,, .1 In H 1, - ,- ' k, ' ' : . . r . , , 5 I A . . . I ' 1 : : - I I ' 7 , , 5 ' ' ' I . . . . . . . : ' : ' .1 A, 3? 'lf' - . , 1 s - 4' - N we of ' ' . 1' 5 , .. . .. .. K f 'uni ,. . . ,, K' 4 ' I if' : . ' Qt, gr . . - . t KN, . l I . I M ' I ' I ' 2 - . : . : ' ' . : ' . 1 . .1 25 as HOWARD PAINE Howy Better a bad excuse than none at a Noted For Not domg homework Usually Seen Under a car Weakness Engmes Secret Ambrhon Mrghty mechamc Audxo Vxsual Club 1 Z 4 Automobrle Club 3 HrY 1 2 3 Audxo Vrsual Commrttee 4. LEE POTTER o Nothmg endures but personal qualztres Noted For The curly locks Usually Seen pxercrsxng her grit of gab Weakness The Charleston and tmy pnanos 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 ROSEANN PARASUGO Ann Snrck A tmy young lady wrth a wmnmq smrle very sweet and a pa worth while Noted For Berng tmy Usually Seen Squmtmg wxth Verna Weakness Student Court Secret Ambmon Not to eat between meals 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 new 11" r'-r JOSEPH V PERCEVAULT 'Perch" 'Wzt rs the salt of conversation Noted For Strckn wrth rt and Lookn up Usually Seen Wrth the Rarders Weakness Cute women and a certam Iunxor 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 CAROLYN PARDINY Heeme rs Athletrcs are my joy Noted For Hen Partres Usually Seen Ioshmg wxth the gang Weakness Certam boys wrth dark harr 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 11' PATRICIA PRICE Patr '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 K 22 C . 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Track l, 2, 3: Automobile 3: Home- room Representative l YN 5, .aux if we-" DAVID ROTHAUSER Roth Dave 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 world Sports Club l Chess and Checkers Club 2 Automobile Club 3 Library Club 4 Football l 2 4 Track l 23 EDGAR ARTHUR RAPP "Easy Ed" "Ed" "To know him is to like him." Noted For: Orange sweater. Usually Seen: With the Raiders. Weakness: Germs. 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. 136' rye no UNK if LEAH ROTHBERG ee The secret to success constancy to purpose Noted For Straight As Usually Seen Holding a broken test tube 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 - Sw at w-W JOAN REIBER Ioannie The scarlet hue ot modesty Noted For Natural curly hair Usually Seen In a hurry Weakness Music 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 JAMES ROWBOTHAM rm 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 Sports Club l T Square Club 2 Dance 'nf Airs 4- ,lata - N f. :"' ' ll :wx . f ll' t it '5 2 ' . 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Noted For Bemg seen and not heard Usually Seen Workrng at the Cald well Acme Weakness Cadrllac convertrble Secret Amb1llOH To go to Calrtornra Chess and Checkers Club 2 Automo brle Club 3 Lrbrary Club 4 ditx qv--., X ,,1 55' r Ar- in-Q X ELSIE SCHWINDT s "Flrrtat1on, attention without mtentron' Noted For Gomg steady Usually Seen Wxth the Bxrdmen Weakness Blue eyes Secret Ambttron To marry a man trom Prxnceton Dramatrc Club 1. 2, 3, 4, Orch 1, Knrt tmg Club 2 3 Lrstenmg to Musrc Club 4 ,ff 7-ws CX -4 JOSEPH SCHIAVONE oe 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 1 e 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 eatmg Secret Ambrtron To krck rn pro toot ba 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 -wav , W r 'X 3 "Wits f wtf 5, 54 J RANDOLPH SCHUMACHER Ran Randy Musrc zs sazd to be the speech of angels 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 Ally 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 year D ll Q 1 Y 4 lbs X 1 'wg' if 24 it i H H y Av , ,, . . 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"El " 2 use 3 4, 4' P g-.wt-is tt, R jp Within SANDRA SHANNON Butch Sandy Frxends though absent are st1Il present Noted For Gettmg 1n trouble and hav 1ng a good txme Usually Seen And heard Weakness B111 Secret Amb1t1on To marry a certam 6 1 ie w Locker Patroll 2 3 4 Wh1te Hornet l Cafetena Patrol 4 L1sten1ng to Musxc 1 2 3 Kmttmg Club 4 Glee Club 1 A A LYNN CAROL SILVERMAN Buzzy She who means no m1sch1ef does It all Noted For Havmg to look up to people Usually Seen Lookmg for her books Weakness The thmgs we dtd last summer Secret Amb1t1on To grow ZV2 1nches taller 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 'lt' GAIL SHERRAHD Ga1l 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 black ha1r Wh1te Hornet 3 4 Shadows 3 Br1dge Club 1 Red Cross 2 Kn1tt1ng Club 3 NORMAN SMITH JR Sm1tty L1ttle but m1ghty Noted For Always dr1v1ng hxs car Usually Seen W1th Mary Ann Weakness Mary Ann Secret Amb1llOn To skate 1n the Roller Derby Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestral 2 Span1sh Club 3 4 H1Y 3 4 Track 2 www? ff 'Qs XPS 'WN f 1 . MEREDYTH SHERRARD M1m1 True fnends are hke jewels they are rare Noted For Look1ng l1ke Ga1l Usually Seen Talk1ng at the wrong tzme Weakness Summers at Cape Cod Secret Amb1t1on For people not to call her Ga1l Wh1te Hornet 2 3 4 Shadows 3 4 Dramatxc Club l Glee Club 1 Br1dge Club 2 Kmttmg Club 3 4 GAA 4 1. .1 BARBARA JANE SOLOMON Barb 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 G A A 3 C1rculat1on Manager oi Whlte Hornet 4 , "' t '. 1 N V my ' can VT' gf' A xl , ' Q y '51 . 'Ao , ' V' . : ' ' ' . ' F I . . , I . ' ' : " , 2 . . . . I Q '7 . . wr A ln Z Y . ' - : . . ' . ,' if . . D ,.. ' " 110 . ' ' '. 1 : ' will l . . . . : . . 3. 4: ' ' . 3' 4- , . . . . M ' . . Ax V 4, l j'sLf,1i5t-g . ,S , N l r Q A l lr ll 1, 4-'qu A y : ' ' . 2? 9" w VX yr Sw VERNA LOIS STEVENS Vern 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 FTA 4 CHARLES PETER TILLOTSON Pete One cannot always be a hero but one can always be a man Noted For Berng bxg Usually Seen In hrs car Weakness Food 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 ,se sr. Q""7 26 X ARTHUR J TALMADGE Shadrack Artre 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 busmess 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 gk H6- Q-3.5 Nqr JOAN WATSON Ioanme Be srlent and sate srlence betrays you Noted For Golden blond harr Usually Seen Laughmq at Sandy Shannon s corny jokes Weakness Pretty eyes Secret Ambrtron To drrve my brothers car 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 class Usually Seen Walkrng home after school 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 i WX 9-fs ix Y' GRETCHEN WEILAND Gret Gretch Conversatron rs the :mage oi the mmd Noted For Talkmg a blue streak Usually Seen Cheerrng at the soccer games Weakness Purdue 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 lstry m Buyrng 4 Red Cross 2 G A A 3 4 Secretary Red Cross Club Z Treasurer Dramattc Club 3 Vtce Pres ldent Tr1HxY 3 Prestdent Tr1H1Y 4 if l 1 .rr . yr H . 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' : A : - tri ll ' : ' 11 '- . - BARBAHA WELLS Barb She has a pleasant smzle and a gentle heart 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 Ns 'x db SALLY WILCOX a Ltttle angel lrttle devrl Noted For Eatrng and havrng excuses Usually Seen Dashrng out of VHS at 2 45 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 'ld' 'YN if 1'1- if lllll CLASS F 1,1 0' S5 05 'uv 1 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 Speedy Weakness Out ot town qxrls and the Red Sox 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 is it ---1 gglfffil' E fl '-.f l Baker V1cePresxdent Mamott Presrdent Hastmgs Secretary Treasurer -. -- "s 1" " 2 .. . I . Z ' l I . Q I ' Z . . : : 1: h - A A . . ' , : 1, ,1 1, 2. 3. 4. 7 ' ' ' 5 ' X I 5,5 y gt A xx ' ' f S Y A V WILLIAM J. WIRTHLIN .ls "B'll" r ' : 1. ' . . . I . Y M . all SI' ... I . . - w 1 ' 4 W ,ff ' f f i lYf'l v'k' K A ' 4 Q . ' 1. 4 ' , .lk ff? ' ' A 1 5 'v-X ' Y I ,f ff, V P F: i .4 ,1- ,. Best Smile D01 Mclrrxott Sue Dcxvldson Best Lookmg Len Clark Lee Potter Best Personczhty Don Murnott Gmger Kmqston Most Lxkely to Succeed Rxchcrd Barney Munlyn Bullard .Q iz Done Mos: for v. H. s. B ,B Class Wu K Len Clark, Pam Hastings A Richard Carle, Lynn Silverman Cutest a Sempxer Sally Wxlcox Most Popular Best Dancer Bob Mac Mrllan Ioan Huey Don Marriott Gmny McCully J 'Q Quretest lay Tebo Marxlyn Ballard is QQQSWQ Best Athlete Ierry Carroll Nancy Clark uw-1:1 Best Dressed Glenn Muller Margaret Abrahamson . It .La,l:,'- vjyfi, ...il L Q 5 V . ft.,-' '4 4 J V Q n.J.' a , , f ,fg 5, - .5 f 6 I t M y M- Q ' ll: atm? 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K 'N r. fl l o Wl l llrlr 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 f ESTAME 'I' 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 Bootle Kazootre The neatest of the neat A slow poke Captcun Vldeo Wrlhe Lump Lump ' . . To D . I . ' ' ' f Tom Collins leaves one to anybody Who'd l'k , '. ' ' ' ' ' ff!- Y.. I 1 440 44--2 444461 4,45 I1 1 , 1 4-':i"Kk! 'ff1 in 9' ra AR 'CJ sz!-U Frrst row Carroll Mxller Anderson Edelhauser Fxtz patrlck Hayden XValsche1d Ntqhland D1Tran1 Drttmar Ienmnqs Trxmmer Herrmann Anderson Kandel lVlart1n Second row Puleo Hauck Hmclcley Gllol Porter lVlcG1nn Glfford Fernald Brown Blose Lane Bartley Boltz Bratch Thrrd row Hoag Garrabrant Kenworthy Rowell Dart nell Hella Harrzson Sager Eaton Nelson Iohnson Kap tem Volckmar Held Fourth row Brown Cartabona Class f 55x .4 fkgx fa' ru' '- Q ,rg gb A rl- S Tompson Fulton Skrzypek Grant Hectus Galtey Fer quson Hogan Steck Gray D1Franc1sco Frith row Bar rxe Heyer Coates lVIcK1nley Kerier Kmq McKenna Rat thel Nann Mascuch Opdyke Srxth row Hoover Gag lrano Chesnut Charman Kott Hathaway Dodd Flsher Whrte Chamberlm Ierbasx Seventh row Casale DeV1to Longo Fernald Heyer Kohler Bardm Dobson Laford Munn Wolff M193 I . . A f- W J Z L. , A H+ than on ll . .El ,M XM ,, .W W qw .Cn . an Mmzr 4 to 1 . A W ,V J : !-j I pi'.Q?'ff' ,Q 'A - -' ' A L ' r, ' - I ' ' i . 1 M i7"'f:',,' . mi ,aa YH In 5' 5 is M' f M . ry.- :jg:,.t EQ fa fa fa - A H , 1. , L, Q. Q -- J ' ' '5 A :-'- H mf . M .rf doe to . . ' 7 ' L' , Y., h .' V., Jam y 'lb ia Y. i A, Ig 4.1, N - K' L ' 1 X 1 '4 ,t K l 1 A '. V " Y .A I H W ,. r l -f Q 4 ' J "mr lt Q f f Y ' 4 V , 1 - H f f f N H I , x . h ' n . S l tl? f 3 l ,. , u, -'mb A 1 ' V ' ' W . , V J- .'.' " ...r ,,.,, - .... 1 .., - .wr ,, fat., 4' lf? ' sans. ,. O ,- Q WM if .A 1, .n ,, l l S' 'ls L' 7' CLASS ADVISERS Miss Ehrmann Mr. Gleason IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Charles Opdyke, president: Richard Munn, vice-president: Elaine Schermer- home secretary-treasurer. 'he-Jff 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 year. Our class was well represented in student activities such as the Student Council and the Student Court, with Ioe I Gagliano, vice-president ,and Dick Thomp- son, assistant judge ably fulfilling their important jobs. 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 our school. 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 punctured ego. s 4 is 'ii' ' K-1 CLASS ADVISERS Mrs. Clark, Miss Shockney, and Mr. Carstensen Cnot in picturej. s:,.......,L 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. wi nur! my il! ,S Qu in' fbfii l .1 F x m fir Win R' 5 .I Ill E 1ll'1E Wi lil id- HU! HI S: .fl I' - - I E it Q if if i- I 5 fhr was '26 1 SWF" in-fl ,, ww, 0, 4315 4 W, -,iKE1se" ll War- it .nf-5 em. Fxrst row Hall Lxdstrom Moore Pnce Shuttleworth 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 Class of 1954 - 8 fy-ig' ,Qin tri-Q: gf? N U 'IW A u ,Q Esgsg 'Y - -31 Ah. fy, call? :V wif 'If F 3 -S 'M ii., , 7: "if, A , r sg- - f N,-. :ny ' r. 8 'Talk' Ein- .' ,, fre? dh sn: an Af' r Q 95.9, L gg ' ' s E A 4 . I N s ogy Q it-6 . 3- ' he -. ffm: L 5 - -1-1 - - 5 . 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' we N y y y S of I . 9 , 37 lk BSS F31 ner? 56" xffffa !!'B'YF" i'!-'Q A 1 4:5 'HA 451 'iqln UVHQ 'Fifi IIIH IIIB Agl ..,1:..J"f '-3' -4,11 341.--H Frrst row Fry Hordynsky Barresse Le Veccr Connolly 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 -"--1--g ,4,-Lgcz.. 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 Koch Wohlgemuth Class of I9 Goeller Lmdow Rrccardr Iacobus Rxckert Graham Manalro I :3'.4:i'ix I "i 5 gxizizfj Fi 5 1 1 fum: .ff gy "Aggie E 1 limi ff 51 1 1- -1 1 F 1 F.. ,1 , 1 ' ,Lf?:'1.. 1" 4-1' I fevzlfpf' Q.-.957 ""'gF.1, , ,uh js 3 I .1. F 'i 5329 ' lv- il F 2-25, AQ JW -15 1 1 Cb , 1- 11- -4 Q. Q 1 , 11 1 Y' if' U 11,141 1 , ' ' 1 F F if , 1 21 - FJ... 'L 1--311 as 5 - 5 J 11251 F , Tig' ii F -Fi' 'ff'-f F 53? ' F yt N F- I A V . V 1 1 , H g lllll y 11 F X K Jll 1, 1 K ,K SWF E Q 1 V1 . . . i V. 1 , ' A 4 s . V 1 1 " I , ' - F J 1 A f 1 - I , 5 . ' F 1 - F' ' -x 1 1 1 - ' ,F F' iff' ,, g- Y F ...-1... ,r - f . ' F. 1,1 it 'i??"'f"'m'..1. 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' 1 ' 1 . 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 1 1 , 1 - I 1 . n 1 , , whim 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. CLASS ADVISERS Mr Wermuth and Mr Willnn Hen' Hxghness ' Pill! .Dr f So many years aqo 'lo wwf Qu-of-s 1" Whose shut? For He s 1 'fwf 5-A4 F 'bef- -0 Drmks are 93' A lolly Good Fellow on the house It Might As Well Be Spnnq 7 fo F .FR f' ' ' 1 'T' f . W X ' . .ff Q . - x , 1 " . ,. ' ,Q rf 2 5 I , U , , D ft, A J. U Y KA , 4' ' A Ili N . ,W ,J 5 I of ! 'W' ,Q l'-lf , Ili W ,Q of I I , 1 A - A s, fe A' ' , I W 1 ' in Q f S ' , . 1' if N - ,, f N f5 5 .5 - , ,. 4 - . 'fl ' Vflftv , 5 A .A A? I fwfbm: !"E5l:f, A ,V Ei, 5 E sw ' 51' Ll 5 1' , fast' gr uf s f . ,Q tx , a ,v st' k s ! e I '- " 7 A5 yi: , In lil 'Jig 4 s 1 4 we-Q l 1 ,Q A " 'wr F' ll 1 r ll Y N V jr I Si' Got cz match? A pretty picture The Pyramid Club Socxety debs wr li-A Sr All nqht Kcrys no peeking' 'Hx Our domestic type ,l J 'S .l 1,1 L EL .E x,.v6,.?M., A 5 'fb' Qfvvx. cf.. 4'- san 3 Mi 21111 -li-1-i ll' 4 ll vi .. -36 '71 N. Miss Howell. Adviser. and Len Clark, President. HOME ROOM REPRESENTATIVES 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. CABINET First row: Gagliano, Blose, Clark. Second row: Baker, Wirthlin, Barney. Heller. Potter. Third row: Miller, Hast- ings, Lum, MacMillan, Marriott. Lynch. indent l-X N to as Council 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. I lEt y it ,W .gig l A T f e i is i Q3 I 'Qu- et! I J' 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- sw- :C s A , ' Q...,,o5tJ T so tt M sv Student Court .Ns 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 activities. First row: Mr. Wermuth, Thompson Voss, Windolf. Fourth row: Carle, Sem pier. Morton. Charman. Brown. Coates .L Barney, Fernald, Palm. Second row: Churchill, Kaczmarck, Edelhauser, Win- doll, Howell, Kusenberg. Third row: I Bill Wirthlin, Editor Mr. Dimmers, Adviser I Ka-df- HAIHIW 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 operation. 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 Full!!! For III!! slit :Qs First row: Miller, Laford, Heller. Wirthlin, Hosting, Ierbosi, "Staff Concentration" 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. .nf 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, A,l ' lil. ilu l. 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 ler. 1, ,1 Editor Lee Potter and Miss Miller, Adviser. The White Hornet Staff WHITE llllll ET 1 the H1Y spon This year the Verona Chapter o sored by Mr Burguillos opened the season with members The the induction ceremony for the new I b met on Thursday evenings in the library The c u 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 f the 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 world 'l'r1 H1 Y M ll Cadby First row Dailey Mac 1 an Second ilill E-I row Smith Rapp Mr Burguillos Fits! row . I P - Grannem B ardmy Weilqnd. iss F ri lg I arres son - Se, L c W une' Buff' e' ""'SU9o. suv n ' lim lcox S 1, - ' Ande SY D c wlndt Hastings' 'S?Zh1CCrve1 ezgneg Sa er Eaton Ierrrran. Second row' ef' I-each I . UUISOH. 1 eson Bolrz, - ' N'-mon, B - t O . Ose . S . felt Neill, Kingston C . Brown Pot muh. Third ,ow Ihur. , . 1 rer Gqffe F : ohh, 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 ' t'n s are stimu- observance of special holidays. These mee 1 g ' 'e5, work projects, splash lated by outside speakers. movr astrllo, Abbey' Sherman YL. dourth ww, 1 in ow, Wells' 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 become wider. Let us hope that the Verona Chapter will continually ' importance by living up to its slogan: "Pure grow in thoughts. pure words, pure actions. as are exchanged and our atlonal Honor Soolot v.-a3'9""' W lik QW 'WM "QE 'QSWWW we ,K Nut' Solomon Second row Wrrthlnn Carver Marrrott Potter Clark Thxrd row Baker Barney Mrss Howell Mxss Shockney M Rerdenbaugh 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 Chest nve w rn the local area Also a skrt was presented before 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 Assembly Committee row Mrller Hastmgs Blose Baldwm Opdyke Thrrd row Barney Gaglrano Mr Lo Crcero '59 fb'-x M nl n Ballard Fred Baker Dxck Barney Barbara U Y Solomon Babs Lum Mane Lynch George Howard Drck L Charles Thomoson Blame Schermerhorne Rosemary ane Opdyke Malcolm Whrte and Steve Kott Shad ows Catches Dramatrc Club m Ass b em ly A fl WI! :iris Je Q my Mom 1 tFN fwemmo-we gr fn 'slit-verse 1122,-esfrcgwwzem 4' Y 9 ew 9 1-'Wen f s l Q The Assembly Commrttee rs a very vrtal and successlul committee It not only benehts the stu dents rn rt by allowmg them to speak before an audrence. but xt axds the faculty as well Each week one member rs chosen to meet the ersons takmg part m the assembly and help them P 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 I I M, r F .,,. 3 it m,,,. ,, fy .W t,,t., M. W A QVTW 1 ' T- o YW' P- V 'ff 'ooo 'tml' N , r V -1 5. - . ' z., :Kmzz ' : ,' ' 'C . , -,,." , W V X. My I of 1e,go35,g'w K we ' 'wfsf' " W' ?45'f iw Z o ' ,C t,rr-- 0 I C : ' . 5 ,P we ,, P ' ff First row: l-lasting, Lynch, Lum, r ' , -r 5 T A ,V Q' 'df . . . , . ,. - - 1 Q ' N I , . - ..-, - - 9 4 . f. ' L j . , . . . - 4 I H 8 R x ' , ' ' a s , ' . r. I 4 . 'I' 1 Q , , " 1' - , Y n ,t xx C .j,, K, , ,-l,... . 'fell . pe! P ,, h . 1 I . I G 1 . . G . . O 7 If . . I . , I . 1 . U X 1 ne Y -J V ., re . Asa "jew , 1 A r- " 'M' wAg',..ki'PLQgMff-ffffvM ,- ff A ,W 9 X-Q. ,rw-5 , iw -W ,r Q., ,--. -. . . ,V K so-A ,ff Y f V K? ,sci AQ if ' n V g A , Y' ,Q . I s , 'FNS Q .fi 4 'XXX 1-7,.--f . . 44 -'Gun 13-!-v M' ..,.:.K-,,..,-,ff-ex, ju, vrigghn I First row: Krohn, Macdonald, Coad, Trimmer. lnglesino, Wilcox. Shankland. 9 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. " , y " Boys' Locker "'- I Patrol Left to right: Gillen. Flynn, Miller. Schiavone, Carle, Meyner. - ,l .. - ,Jw 'rgsgnwnnvfi'-I-?""'l' -Q gg at M' A 1-ms f if 1 f '-- i is W WWW' , .v.i"L,T"' 'Hr-'X llall Patrol af' First row: Mrs. Clarke, Wade, Betke, Windolf. Second row: Gcxgliano, Baker, Shuttleworth. Third row: Peterson, Munn, Heyer. l . ,,w,,,,. 1 4:4 , its nv- 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 Concession Committee 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. Lf 1519! E pig 5 lim 1 -all ' sang 48" fy . I A xx-x ..f, Cafeteria Patrol ls 5 ll' 'lla L, 't , 'lraiiio Patrol First row: Dartnell, Kusenburg, Fernald. Solo mon. Second row: Mr. Iohnson, Blose, Mc Barney, Clark. Marriott, Charman, Withlin. Ginn, Dartnell, Hastings. Raithel. Third row: www -C 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 Bulletm oar Committee to In-e"f""'3 au...- fgQvW"'f9" L Fxrst row Davidson Haslmgs Shankland Lynch Mxss Deal Second row Rexbe Sager Brown Hoggblom Audio hsual Committee -4 NA First row Carling Uccx Farnsworth Hogg Green Betke Secona row Tebo Iacobus Green Donley Shuttleworth Fulton Gargiulo Lost and lound First row: Pardiny. Heller, Leach. Sec- ondrow: Wilcox, Silverman, Birchler. .X A DRAMATIC CLUB OFFICERS : Pardiny. Cadby, Lum, Hastings. rt MR. BUTTERWOHTH Adviser Dramatic Club 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- ticed. 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. li K A little organized Operetta practice. f 6 MRS. LEONARDSON Adviser 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 I N HIFII - .,,..a...,.. , f , f , , ger, Sutton, Sherman, Allhusen, Lindow, Gash, Alexander, 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. Band 1 4 I xv 4 syn. O,' 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. -I '40 rm "-.... if i sl all M -V I, H I ii Il il I-1 ll!!! ilishtl ...-..- --A f, Q K gurus 1 Ei nu' ,il Ms -may V uni 'if ' si 1' 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 their undertakings. 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. N. 5' A 'e 'sf 31 ,SA 'V 'T III EY Lv 1 i ,Llvi L. v sa' jr I' , H sg pits -44' Q I 1 mm ,rf 'sr "its H I YW L... 'Q' 'Q 9 gi fi fi ,- 45 SWL? niixaki fi? ex X Zfhkha FUUTBALL 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 team manager. 12659. ans Dick Maul" Co-C0913 Le, Cturk- an 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. it -fi'-e,,:-.s...--A t -- S -. fig! -Q4"l" Qs 'ZXQXZZFA vm 2 v , 'vw ,. 4 as - , ,,, S .gh-Q 5 , A 'NW-ad H185 K. 11W 'C Ill in' 4' Quia 'V' - m,..,y,, aa Interception by Glen Ridge Cartabona to the rescue u-Qi S' 'R, 'O -,,vQ,, Cn , , X - N 4 ' ' . ' - y - .' .Q A 1. .- X , . 'QQ ' . . ?c'5'3'. " rg' ... "', , w,,Q,,e is M ,. lr' if -- n ' Z Y'4.l. 5, ' Y .- A i F' , , ' -- A " id " I si. V, ' A A ' -5 Xu ' 1 all 1 "' 52+-as fight, '- rf 'J ' . - ' 'H -1' YJ. A A 'U 'y .F !a. . 3: ' , t I fs i -. 2 T9 ,5 4' S 4 -X. . Qi? ,sggglff - V ' - 4. f , f 4.if?vj,5ji,:2fi" t-Q. Q ug ..e1i.w- 'fi Ritchie Martin snares one Sempier on an end run Len Clark leading way for Carroll Dave breakes loose for first down BASKETBALL 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. Roddie Smith scoring at Scott lefflf PYUCUCUIQ IWPUOSIS ,- '5 2 15 4 Verona Verona Verona Verona ...... Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona Verona 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 Ostello, Ierbasi. BASKETBALL RESULTS Chatham .. College H. Wayne ...... Summit ..,. Glen Ridge Madison .... Harrison .. Millbum .... Caldwell .. Summit .....r Glen Ridge Madison .... Scott ......... Millburn .... Caldwell .A Alumni ....,. Chatham ., kj O D Jo A RU" ,lfU 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 in water. The seven seniors: Captain Bob Flynn, Alan Christenson, Bill Holdsworth, George Howard, Russell Iacobus, Dan Katz, and Pete Tillotson, 51 BOB FLYNN Captain 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 winning form TRACK 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 performers. 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. 2. ,wt "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 BA EBALL 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 ' Coach Ierry Carroll 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, Grove. Sempier, C5 C5 First row: Wade, Melbourne, Holdsworth, Coates. King- ham. Second row: Doc Goeltz, O'Rawe, Nann, Voss. Haine, Hall. GULF 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. ,,fg.,yi.Qi.+ 'U , .,t...4.:ff in 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. BUWLIG 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 month. 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. CHEERLEADER GLADYS KUSENBERG Captain , Q - ,L',. ,Q Q,:3fa??g5 .Q Ski, l r 3' 1' N 2 Pj F: , px ,iw ,W first row: Ingold, Kusenberg, Graman, Barney. Second row: Hinckley, Garrabrant. Sager. Inglesino, Coe. FUUTBALL 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 many ways. AS af' My BA KETBALL fi' f" 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 ANNE CURTIS Lett to right Lynn Dartnell Anne Curtis Capmm Susan McG1nn Polly Ruggrero f. GIRL' A.A. 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 72 .b QM" '46 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- 1 The switch from athlete to lady. Can these be exercises? ton, Iohnson. Windoli. Hanley, Sigrist, Payne, Wilcox Newcombe. Dalton, Smith Abbey, Apple, Wehrheim. Hectus Hogg. Wells. Fifth row: Williams, Bamey, Kazmarck, Ric cardi. Iohnson, Sager, King, Parasugo. Simpson, Hommo wun. 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