Verona High School - Shadows Yearbook (Verona, NJ)
- Class of 1953
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Ed1tor 1n Chref Donald Laiord
Lrterary Ed1tor Barbara Iennmgs
Art Ed1tor Robert Bardr
Busmess Manager Damel Ierbasx
Typmg Ed1tor Alberta Gray
Crrculatron Manager Iames Chamberlm
Adverusmg Manager Ralph Mrller
Ass1stant Art Ed1tor Iamce Watson
Sports Ed1tor Donald Coates
Advrser Paul Drmmers
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We the class of 53 w1sh to ded1cc1te 1h1s
our book to the gu1d1ng 11ght of our clcxss who
gmded us wlsely through the storms and fcnr
weather of our h1gh school voyage keepmg
our Shlp away from the shcllows of lI19XpeI1
ence cmd off the rocks of had ludgement Om'
grutnude to you our fnend
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VINCENT C GEIGER
IEHOME DE STEFANO PAUL E DIMMERS
Dnver Ed Health Ed Busmess Educatxon
MARY E 1-:AMER s LINNEA HAHMS
Busmess Educanon Ellqllsh
IOHN G WOOD ANNA V HOWELL CLIFFORD D WILKIN
Vxce Pnncxpal Duector oi Guxdance Dean f BOYS
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ISABELLE E CLARKE
LUTHER N I-'ALCONER
DOROTHEA HOWARD AXEL L IOHNSON
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SEP O Vkcrahed cr hor vu h a stra a wmd toward
earn n aestrn tt '1 unkr ox As svxabb es el on
cxperrence f our a xrsors the leadershrp cl cz hclmsmen
arlre Op yke D n lerl n arne c crrnel
lral VK llc 'ts told us the o the v C n Bo hre
Iennrnq Steve Kot Charlre Opdyke and Joe Caqlrano a oused
our rn erest IH he Student C rt lu, presentrnq t t e s udent
body Be x Haucrc represented the class 1n Hartqman s IN ose
ev ryone t the tarr and added much aold to ou tre sure chest
Alter we c st b llots m the l: x tor Student Comcl we felt we
were really of' cral members of the crew
SEPT 950 The second lap of our voyage beams' Wrth
superronty we lauqhcd at the confused freshmen rn boot camp
Accepted as an rmportant part of our school we proved our
worth m sports scholastrcs ana socral hte On the court track
held and aramond Hoover Brovur' and lVlcK1nley led our ranks
wrth Pat Ealchausser Alda DrTranx and Margre Ertzpatrrck cheer
mg them on Our skrpper Steve Kott wrth hrs frrst mate Tompson
and s cond mate Blose supcrused our second dance South of
the Rro a real vrctory for us' After a stop for Chrrstmas vaca
t1on our shrp garned speed and crursed toward the end of the
year and cur promotron to the rank oi frrst class seamen
SEPT l95l We Iound ourselves crursrnq rnto our Iunror
year wrth ur class well represented rn all trelds ot athletrcs
Many oi our boys returned to actron to become key men rn toot
ball basketball and baseball Another new venture undertaken
durmq thrs trrp was the canteen whrch proved to be enyoyaole
to everyone Phys cs geometry and bookkeepmg II requrred a
llttle more work than we had antrcrpated but you c nt always
have smoo'h sarlrnq We also were well represented rn Men
are Lrke Streetcars whrch was the annual school play Evelyn
Hella drd a magnrfrcant Job rn the lead role whrle Junrors Ioe
Gaglxano Ianet Hmckley Nancy Trrmmer Rosemary Lane and
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and they proved to be a har wane in our otherwise fairly smooth
trip These were weathered although they dd leave us minus
a little selicontidence The biggest prolect of course was our
Prom The Arabian Nights A little pond in the center of the
floor filled with goldfish was lust one of the many features
which everyone agreed was the most beautiful they had seen
A second storm at sea arose when exams were sighted the second
week in Iune We survived only to come face to face with the
fact that we were approaching the most important part of our
voyage our Senior year
SEPT 1952 Land Ho' Our destination began to take shape
on the horizon as our craft sailed speedily toward it On the
football field our boys captured the Suburban Conference crown
Our class was on the Brrdqe with Tompson wielding the qavcl
and Cartabona issuing the decrees Blue lights and tmsel put
us in the mood for The Silver Swirl which was our last but
bcniors were in the limelight in the Senior play Spreading The
News the octet The Horor Society and the School play More
and more skippers were accepted at colleges and yobs Spring
activities swept closer and closer The Glee Club presented The
Lowland Sea while Ioe Gagliano and George Hoover led the
It arrived at last the promised land graduation an end
ana a beginning It was here we realized the last voyage is al
ways the shortest It was here also we had to leave the shelter
of our hip The SS Verona High and set out alone to conquer
new countries ,md enter the problems of the world
I am the master of my fate
I am the captain of my soul
WILLIAM ERNEST HENLEY
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DAVID DEMEREST ACKERMAN
Dave Ack Heaf
Who does not love wine women and
song remains a fool hrs whole life
Noted for Bemg fickle
Usually seen Yes
Secret Ambition To be a success
PATRICIA JANE ANDERSON
Patty Jo Pat
And she would argue ye gads
how she would argue.
Noted for: Blonde hair
Usually seen: With Arlene
Weakness: A certain guy with dark
Secret ambition: I'o marry and have
enough boys for cr basketball team.
LOUISE S ALESCIO
Dark hair shmmg eyes merry
humor Shes cr prize
Noted for Doing the polka
Usually seen Working in Kings
Secret Ambition To go back to
ROBERT W BARDI
" draw, to sketch, to paint is
Noted for: Art ability and talking to
Usually seen: With Iohn and Don
7Weakness: Cute blonds with blue eyes
Secret ambition: To own a Harem
CAROL MARIE ANDERSON
Barrell Ander Carol
She who means no mischief does
Noted for Funny rmrtatrons and devil
Usually seen With the ATO s and
Weakness Everything about Buddy
Secret Ambition To see everyone in
the whole world happy
, , JAMES VINCEM' BARRY,
I-Hhs happiest of wlbm the world
7 hknown least good or bad
Noted for: Likiqg fun .
Usually seent with Ieyy Mansoq
'Weal-mess: B s ll r
Secref'a ti nz' Q be a dyver and
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It rs our actual work whxch
determmes our value
Noted for Bemg neat
Usually seen Wxth the IUGS
Weakness Trymg to drwe talkmg
Secret Ambxuon It wouldnt be a secret
anymore 11 I told you
GORDON ROBERT BROWN
Goad Gordy Browme
Hall' The conquermg hero comes
Noted for Gettmg excrted
Usually seen In the Deacons statton
Weakness Food and certaxn females
Secret amb1t1on To play wxth the New
ALICE JANE BLOSE
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Beauty is power a smxle tts sword
Noted tor Her good nature and smll
Usually seen W1th the IUG S
Weakness Souped up cars
Secret ambxtxon To get the most out
NANCY V BARTLEY
Happy the mnocent whose thoughts
are tree from anquxsh as they
are from taults
Noted for Enyoymg hte
Usually seen In the mxrror
Weakness Flattery and all kmds of
Secret ambltxon To smg at the Paper
NANCY LEE BRATSCH
JOHN ALFRED BORIS
Jack John The round man
And he was a carefree lad
Noted for Talkmg out of turn
Usually seen At school At Green
Weakness Wme Women and Songs
Secret Ambmon Its sttll a secret
Nan Nance 'X
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Noted for Doodlmg or blush
Usually seen W1th Ian gan
Weakness Black wavy hart
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PHYLLIS DOROTHA BROWN
There is only one proof of
Noted for Working hard on dance
Usually seen With the IUGS
Weakness The Air Force and the Shore
Secret ambition To be quiet in Mr R s
GERALD EDWARD CARLSON
Worry and I never met
ROBERT ALBERT CARTABONA
He came he saw he conquered.
Noted tor: His leadership
Usually seen: Claremont Avenue
Secret ambition: To be a success '
all I do
Noted for His hair comb
Usually seen In the hot Ford with Cox
Weakness Practically everything
Secret Ambition To play like Maynard
RICHARD JOHN CASALE
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And she would talk Lord
how she would talk
Noted for Always talking
Usually seen With the ATO s
Secret Ambition To become as good a
nurse as my mother
JAMES MASON CHAMBERLIN
The world knows nothing of its
Noted tor: Fort Hillside
Usually seen: Unless standing side-
ways with Munn
Weakness: Any hock shop
Secret Ambition: To have a 354 interest
in Fort Knox
"OH we go into the wild blue yonder!" K J
Noted for: Dancing
Usually seen: With Vito
Weakness: Bop music
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Secret ambition: To be my own boss W"Y0',
DONALD D COATES
jokes are the cayenne of conversatzon
and the salt of hte'
Noted for That cool prano
Usually seen Gettmg the best of
Secret amb1t1on To be on txme
ROBERT CHARLES CHARMAN
A combmatxon hard to beat a scholar
lnend and athlete'
Noted for Those hands and feet
Usually seen Holdmg the door oppo
Weakness The personahty kxd
Secret ambxtxon To wear srze 7 shoe
Ed Eddy Bxg Ed
Long and lean nght on the beam
Noted for bemg a nxce guy
Usually seen No longer tn Verona
Secret Ambmon To strll lxve tn Verona
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MARY DEFRANCISCO ',
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Many her fnends few het foes ,M
Noted for Talkxng
Usually seen Talkmg
Weakness Sarlors marmes f NIJ' We a
Secret ambxtton To fmd an ambttxon W R Q
Jxsay DJ S.. as x , GEORGE E COX
JOAN LEE DARTNELL
By the work one knows the
Noted for Her many acttvmes
Usually seen In a green Hudson
Weakness The Suburban Conference
Secret ambttxon Ask Kay she lmows
L1 e zs just a senes of weekends wxth
school m between
Noted for Cat face
Usually seen Headmg for Chester
Weakness 32 Fords
Secret arnbttton A iull House
RICHARD MIKIEL DEVITO
Who 1s that you gay Lothar1o"
Noted for The black sedan
Usually seen Wrth Sal
Weakness Wme woman and a song
Secret ambrtron To ily a plane
LEE ALAN DOBSON
Lzfe rs just a football game wrth
tzme out for datmg"
Noted for Loatmg
Usually seen Martm Road
Secret ambrtson To go to Alaska
CAROLYN FRANCES DITTMAR
The great hope of socrety rs
Noted tor Bemg mdependent embar
Usually seen Wrth the A T O s and
ALDA JEAN DI TRANI
If eyes were made for seemg then
beauty rs lts own excuse for bemg
Noted for Berng short and cute
Usually seen Wrth the ATO s and
Weakness 6 2 eyes of blue
Secret ambxtron To be a lady detectwe
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Secret ambttron To fmd the rlght one
ELEANOR C EATON
She IS a daughter of the gods
drvmely tall and drvmely au'
Noted tor Explosrons rn chermstry
Usually seen In a chther
Weakness Omons and wavy haxr
Secret ambxtxon To be soplustxcated
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hles no better rf we hurry '
Noted tor Bowlmg
Usually seen At Sam's clunng lunch
Weakness A certarn freshman. HR
Secret ambmon To play ball tor the
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than to turn pale
Noted lor Blushtng
Usually seen Havmg twtn trouble
Weakness Getttng tnto embarassrng
Secret ambrtton To see the world
Noted for Her phobras
Usually seen Wxth the ATO s cmd
arrtvtng at 8 2412
Weakness Whos weak? 'P 9
Secret ambttxon To be a jet pxlot
To talk wzthout effort rs after a
the great charm of talkrng
Noted for Gettrng 1n trouble wtth Mr
Weakness Brown eyes blonds
Usually seen Wtth the gang and
Secret ambrtton Its a secret
A lrttle nonsense now and then rs
relrshed by the best ot men
Noted for Stxckmg wtth the redheads
Usually seen Wrth Dm
Secret ambxtxon To spend all e
money I havent got
PATRICIA ANN EDELHAUSSER
Her harr tell down her shoulder
wrth loose care
Noted for Her long hatr
Usually seen Wrth the A T O s and
Weakness George QTall dark and
Secret Ambmon T own a lavender
KATHARINE LAURA FERNALD
All who wrn 1oy must share rt
happrness was born a twm
Noted for Her good looks
Usually seen Wtth the other three
Weakness A patr oi whtte bucks wrth
somethmg m them
Secret Ambttron Ask Suzanne she
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His greatest toil is to avoid work'
Noted for His noisy motorcycle
Usually seen With Dottie
Weakness Money wimmen sports
Secret ambition To own tive motorcy
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ARLENE MARIE GAFFEY
JOSEPH RICHARD GAGLIANO
The great m 1 is the servant ot
the peope ict 1 ey oi rim
N cd tor D rig lis Lest for V H S
Usually seen ln a green Hudson
Weakness lhe X lute Hornet Editor
Secret Ambition To cat a whole pizza
pie n front ol Hoov
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Inward sincerity outward serenity
Noted tor Doing a good Job
Usually seen With Donna Mae and
LYNNE ALICE GARRABRANT
Lose now and then a scattered smile
and that will I live on
Noted for Her swimming trophies
Usually seen Coming to school at Z4
34 min. alter 8:00
Weakness: Cherry vanilla ice cream
Secret ambition: To be on the first
rocket to the moon
Weakness The lersey Shore
Secret ambition To see Tahiti
PATRICIA JEAN GII-'FORD
Whom not even critics criticize.
Noted tor: A slip of the tongue
Usually seen: Holding the door opposite
Bullet or with the other three.
Weal-mess: The boy with the big feet
Secret ambition: To realize what I'm
saying before I've said it
JACQUELINE AN INETTE
Artistic and happy
Noted for Her artistic ability
Usually seen Mixing rt up with
Maggie and Droth
Weakness The seashore and little ele
Secret ambition Ask Maggie she
RICHARD GAYLORD GRIFFITH
The glory of young men is their
Noted lor Hrs herghth
Usually seen Workmg on a car
Weakness Grand Prxx racmg
Secret ambxtron To be a uramum mm
ELIZABETH ANN HAUCK
The mrldest manners and the
Noted for Saymg What?
Usually seen Huntmg for the stapler
Secret ambrtron To be a trapeze artrst
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Not that I lrke work less but I lrlre
Noted for Gorng steady so long
Usually seen Wrth Mary
Weakness A certam Southern boy
Secret ambrtxon To travel
ARTHUR LESLIE HATHAWAY
By silence I hear other mens
rmperfectrons and conceal my own
Noted for Gomg rxght home alter
Usually seen Gomg to Orange
Secret ambrtron To own a 53 Plymouth
EUNICE GERALDINE GRANT
Cheerfulness rs the inend and helper
of all good graces
Noted for Bemg irxendly
Usually seen Wrth a brg smrle
Weakness A certaxn boy and food
Secret ambrtxon To Jom the Marmes
and go to Texas
PATRICIA MAY HARRISON
The laughter of grrls rs and ever was
among the delrghtiul sounds of the
Noted for Grgglmg wrth Ann
Usually seen Havxng cr good txme
Weakness Przza and prckles and blue
Secret Arnbrtxon To travel around the
world m a Jet
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ELIZABETH ANN HAYDEN
Follow your convrctrons
and be strong
Noted for Her baby face
Usually seen Wxth the A T O s
Weakness Brown eyes and Lake Ho-
Secret Ambxtton To be the sophxstt
soft gentle and
Her vorce was e
low Ian excellent thmg rn a woman!
Noted lor Btg brown eyes
Usually seen Talkmg about Umver
stty of Connectxcut
Weakness Broad shoulders
Secret ambxtron Twms one of each
The hands that hath made you
Noted for Out ot town boy tnends
seen Wrth the IUGs
South Amertcan accents
ambxtron To own my own car
BARBARA C. HELD
"Courteous, though coy, and
gentle though retired."
Noted for: Trying to get articles for
the Front Page Club
Usually seen: Bumping into Lynne at
2434 min. alter 8:00
Secret ambrtzon To make vacatxon ast
the year around
and travel 3'
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Noted for Bemg wrth Pat Anderson
Usually seen Around Room 6
Weakness Mr Gleason
Secret ambrtxon To own a 52 robm
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DONALD EDWARD HEYER
I only regret that I have but one
heart to give to the Iadzes
Noted for Lxkxng wme women and
Usually seen Wxth Bumps and Bardt
Weakness To cruxse and lounge
Secret ambttxon To be on top master
of all I survey
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Noted lor: Being quiet
Usually seen: With Shirley
Secret Ambition: To get married alter
BARBARA RUTH JENNINGS
"It's nice to be natural when
you are naturally nice."
Noted for: Being the lite of the party
Usually seen: With the A.T.O.'s
Weakness: Pretty neckties and choc-
Secret ambition: To live in Wyoming
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"Any color so long as its green
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Noted tor: Being late
Usually seen: Rushing
Weakness: Brown eyes
Secret ambition: To really get my B. S.
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GEORGE O. HOOVER
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"In athletics you will tind great joy."
Noted tor: His athletic ability
Usually seen: On the athletic fields. or
with Ginge and Gag
Weakness: Ginge and curve-ball pitch-
Secret ambition: To have Gag pay tor
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Noted tor: Those eyes
Usually seen: With Dupe and Bardi
Secret ambition: Have a 12-month va
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MARILYN KAY HOGG
Is there cz heart that music
Noted tor: Lyric soprano voice
Usually seen: Tangled up in movie
Secret ambition: To be independent
DANIEL WILLIAM JERBASI
It rs cz quzet person who
Noted for Bemg quxet and avo1d1ng
Usually seen Club 28 throwmg
Secret ambrtron To make cr mrlhon
Genume srmplrcrty rs a healmg
and cementmg prrnczple
Noted for Bemg quret
Usually seen Walkmg
Secret ambrtron To be a success
LORRAINE LILLIAN KANDEL
The thmg that goes the farthest
rs just a pleasant smxle
Noted for Bemg quxet
Usually seen Here n there
NANCY L JOHNSON
Happmess rs an equrvalent to
all troublesome thmgs
Noted for Twrrlmg two batons
Usually seen Wxth the IUGs and
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Weakness Red Plymouth convertrbles
Secret ambmon To be qutet m Mr
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ALAN P KIEFER
To become a great man rt rs neces
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Noted for Blonde harr and blue eyes
Usually seen In Green Acres
Weakness The oppostte sex
Secret ambxtron To swrm rn Mr ohn
sons hsh bowl
Secret ambttxon To hve m Calxlorma
An ounce of wrt IS worth
a pound of sorrow
Noted for Her rmrtatxons
Usually seen Mlxmg 1t up wxth
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Weakness Chocolate a maxlman
Secret Ambmon Ask Iackre s e
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Noted for The Tenor Horn gettmg A s
Usually seen At not seemg
Weakness Bob and Ray the Modern
Secret ambxtxon To see Opdyke and
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Secret ambxtron To beww
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I have fought a good fight
I have passed my course
Noted for Flxrtmq
Usually seen Green Acres and
Weakness Wme women and song
Secret ambmon Marry a certam grr
"The world shall acclaxm the works
her pen hath wrought"
Noted for Bemg a scatterbraxn
Usually seen Lookmg for somethmg
Secret ambxtxon To be 5 it 3 ln tall
Butter Lar Larry
heart rs light
Noted tor Dnvmg around and havmg
Usually seen Cruxsmg around m a
Weakness Wme women and studies
Secret ambxtlon To be a professxonal
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Noted for Causmg trouble
Usually seen Lurkmg rn the Shad
Weakness Fast cars
Secret ambrtxon To own a Fast Speed
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Noted for Cool clothes
Usually seen Wmth the boys
Weakness Anythmg crazy
Secret ambrtron To see Mr Wermuth
Wrt rs an unexpected explosion
Noted for Breakmg test tubes
Usually seen In the Hudson
Weakness Ioungrng around
Secret ambmon To assrrmlate the
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Polzteness costs nothmg
Noted for Chrnese accent
Usually seen Domg homework
Weakness Chrnese grrls
Secret ambrtron Chmese pop srnger
PHILIP JAMES LONGO
Eat drznk and be merry tor
tomorrow you may dte
Noted lor Hrs dancmg abxlrty
Usually seen Wrth the Cats
Secret ambrtron To make a soup up
ROBERT J MABEY
Its a good wmd that brought
Noted for Hts norsy car
Usually seen Behmd the wheel
Weakness A grrl
Secret ambttxon To have a neat car
Out of sxght out of mmd.
Noted for Hrs tall stones
Usually seen Wrth Ixm Barry
Weakness New York
Secret Ambmon To sarl the ocean
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Common sense rs not cz
Noted tor Bemg the candrd camera
Usually seen In a gray convertrble
Weakness Speed Graphtc
Secret ambmon To tly a plane
JOHN THOMAS McK ENNA
Guard well thy thoughts our thoughts
are heard m Heaven'
Noted for Bemg quret
Usually seen Wxth Lee
Secret ambrtton To own ct Cadtllac
JEANETTE EDYTHE MARTIN
To be gentle rs a test of a lady
Noted for Saymg the nght thxng at
the wrong trme
Usually seen Workrng UD at Umted
Weakness A Montclatr graduate
Secret ambrtron To meet the boys I
SUZANN E MARIE MCGINN
The way to cook your goose
rs wrth cr borlmg temper
Noted for Her Insh temper
Usually seen Wtth the other three
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Secret ambxtron Ask Ioan she knows
SHIRLEY S A MARCHETTI
A woman of srlence rs a
woman ot sense
Noted tor That cute smrle
Usually seen Wxth Grace
Secret Ambrtron To marry that certam
It rs tranquil people who
Noted for Foulmq up cars
Usually seen In hts Aushn
Weakness A halt mch steak wtth
Secret Ambthon To own cr horse ranch
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Men of few words are the best men
Noted for Domg nothmg
Usually seen Bummmg around Gar
Secret ambition ake a mrlhon
ROBERT DONOVAN McKINLEY
As quick as Iightnmgl
As mce g n a little
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Usually seen Wxth th s and
Weakness Tall blond boys brg
Secret ambztron To be mountain
ANITA MARIE MCLAUGHLIN
"Those curious locks so aptly twined,
Whose every curl a soul does bind."
Noted tor: Saying so much in so little
Usually seen: Going some place in a
hurry with Pat H. '
Weakness: Pizza, A
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EUGENE BARRY NANN
Eugene Barr The Cat
Friends Romans and countrymen
lend me your ears'
Noted for Hrs vocabulary
Usually seen On a soapbox
Weakness Octosyllablrc words
Secret ambition To frhbuster m
gentleman among gentlemen
a leader among men
Noted for Bemg a mce guy
Usually seen Except when standmg
Weakness A certaxn tall blue-eyed
Secret ambitron To see Charlie be the
fastest person on earth
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A merry heart that laughs at care
Noted lor Makmg nolse
Weakness New York
Usually seen School 7 V 'P
Secret ambrtron To graduate and get
a drrvers lxcense
merry heart maketh a cheery
Noted for Ge-ttmg caught chewmg gum
Usually seen Wxth the IUGS
Weakness Perry Como and the
Secret Ambrtron To be a pop smger
PATRICIA LOUISE NIGHLAND
Patty Lou Lu Lu
When Irrsh eyes are srnlmg sure
its lrke a morn rn sprmg
Noted lor Those sparklmg blue eyes
Usually seen Wxth the ATO s and
Weakness 47 black Ford convertlble
Secret ambrtron To be the quret type
NANCY DORIS NELSON
Nel Nance Red
She has sunset m her harr
Noted lor Her crushes
Usually seen Wxth the IUGS
Weakness Hot rods Fords
Secret ambrtron To keep qulet m
R s Hlstory class
LINDA CAROL PORTER
A quzet COHSCIGIICS makes OHS
Noted for Her musrc abxhty
Usually seen Up at the Lake
Weakness Anythmg thats red
Secret ambrtron To get the most out
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CHARLES EDWARD OPDYKE
Too busy wrth the crowded hour
to fear to lrve or dre'
Noted for Bemg busy and tnendly
Usually seen Lookmg for hrs books
playmq the bass
Weakness Cool musrc
Secret ambxtxon To get the Chev
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Noted for Bemg 5th from last to get
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Usually seen In the hall durmg lunch
Weakness Guls xn general
Secret ambxtxon To be a marned
JEAN HOPE SAGER
Athletxcs are my joy
Noted for Dunples
Usually seen In the water
Weakness Burck convertrbles
Secret ambmon To go to the Olym
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NORMA V RAMBO
She ts good that does good to others
Noted lor Gettmg mto jams
Usually seen Wxth the IUGS
Weakness Hlllsxde and roller skatmg
Secret ambmon To be quxet m Hxstory
ALBERT JOHN SKRZYPEK
He looks so shy but, oh, what
mzschzef rn hrs eye"
Noted lor Th1s 'n that
Usually seen Yes
Weakness Cars wxth hot motors
Secret ambxtlon Its not
DOROTHY JOSLIN ROWELL
Dorth Doi Droth
Coolness and absence of heat and
haste mdlcate lme qualmes
Noted lor Her electron mght party
Usually seen Ioshmg around
Weakness Food smgmg swxmmmg
travelmg the South
Secret ambmon To have enough trme
for all her weaknesses
Shes glad to help and do her part
shell Wm her way mto your heart
Noted tor Bemg natural
Usually seen Talkmg
Weakness A certam guy wxth dark
haxr and blue eyes
Secret ambmon To be a short ru
ELBER W STEARNS
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In quretness and conttdence
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Noted lor Wearmg sxze 14 shoes Q
Usually seen Takmg notes
Secret ambmon To get a Mechamcal
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The glass of fashion and
the mold of form
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Usually seen Wtth the IUGs
Weakness Clothes perfume and the
Secret ambxtxon To be a comedxenne
HARRY J SMITHERS
Hot Rod Harry
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Not just a man among men
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Noted for Those sermons
Usually seen In hrs wagon
Weakness Red curly hcur
Secret ambmon To get to those pearly
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Conversation rs the tmaqe
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Noted lor Laughmg rt up
Usually seen Wxth Margaret and the
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Weakness Roller Skattng and Pxzza
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Noted for Bemg a loyal Swede
Usually seen Wtth the ATO s
Weakness Long dtstance telephone
Secret ambmon To lrve m her own
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"Suppress me if you can:
I am a merry jest."
Noted for: Always smiling
Usually seen: With the A.T.O.'s
Weakness: My little brother, Dale
Secret ambition: To swim the English
DORIS ALBERTA VOLCKMAR
"Her sunny locks hang on her temples
like a golden fleece."
Noted for: Coming from Vienna.
Usually seen: With a dimple
Weakness: The night before Christmas
Secret ambition: To be a success in
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"Jim," "Vinegar Bend"
"Take lite easy: tomorrow
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Noted for: Being punchy
Usually seen: With Larry
Secret ambition: To play basketball at
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Noted lor: Going steady
Usually seen: 'With the A. T. O.'s
Weakness: Love, fun. and green eyes
Secret ambition: To raise a football
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"Bash!u1ness is an ornament
Noted tor: Wilbur
Usually seen: Bdiwrinq "Chames"
Weakness: Summers at Camp
Secret ambition: To have to tell Don
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Noted tor: His walk
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As we moved into our Iunior year we finally lelvii
title of "underclassmen" behind us and started to assi
the duties and responsibilities ol "upperclassmen" u er
the able lea rship of Ralph Ostella, Helmer Pearson,
Gladys Kusen urg, who helped lead us through this
Our class -.was well represented in student activitl s
such as Student,Cpuncil, Student Court, Shadows. and the
White Hornet, with Rex Peterson, vice-president, and Lynn
Dartnell, secretary, very ably fulfilling their hard and
With much ability we represented Verona in football.
soccer, basketball. baseball, and track as well as in cheer-
leading. The football cheerleaders, under captain Gladys
Kusenburq, cheered our teams to many victories. We all
ieel sure that next year's teams with Peterson, Bergstrom.
Smith and the other team captains will bring many athletic
awards to our school. Also the band was led this year
by' head majorette Mary Ann Adams.
Our class rings finally arrived in February and were
displayed by everyone. Ideas lor our Iunior Prom started
to materialize and the class decided on a musical background
and theme. Most of the remainder ol the year was spent
working very industriously on the decorations for the Prom
as our Iunior year slowly but very surely came to a close.
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Even though coming back to school in 1952 meant
giving up summer vacation, the Sophomore class was deter-
mined to better our good standing as freshmen. We had
elected Ioey Houiler secretary-treasurer, in Iune of 1952.
We started oil the school year successiully by sponsor-
ing a dance. The dance, held on October 14. was called
"The Hillbilly Huddlef' Miss Shockneyi and Mr. Wermuth,
our class advisers, helped us very much in making this
dance a success.
The sophomores were well represented in tall sports.
The sophomore football players, highlighted by Dan Denton
and Ierry DeLucca, were cheered on by sophomore cheer-
leaders Nancy Edlehauser and Bonnie Bush. Richard Wil-
liams helped the soccer team to win many games as did
other sophomore boy-s. The sophomores, who made up most
oi the basketball squad, appeared in numerous I. V. games
and occasionally in varsity games. We were also repre-
sented in baseball and track. Andy Wohlgemuth starred
in the high jump.
It is getting harder and harder for the class oi '55
to stay on the scholastic level at which they think they
should be. With ablative absolutes. quadratic equations.
and lab sessions in biology the Ks and B's seemed to
drift farther away.
Many sophomores are active in extra curricular activities
such as, supporting Shadows and White Hornet. Glee Club,
Front Page Club, Tri-Hi-Y and Hi-Y. Student Court, and
Student Council. With this year's achievements in mind
we will tackle the responsibility ol being upperclassmen.
IACK WINDOLF IOEY HAUFLER WALLY WOLFF
Presxdent Secretary Vxce Presxdent
Fxrst row Vmcent Pechemk Messmger I Cartabona
Alexander Hochhexser Krohn Pantley Wmdolf Hauller
Wolll Towne Brexthut Baresse Ashley Sxmpson De
Cheser Lammack Kempczynskt Rxckert Second row
Goeller Ianotf Cordasco Mlller MacDonald Bush New
comb Clark Hoagland Edelhauser Wxndoll Hanley
Bollmger Dalton Wnght Coad Wanner M Smrth
Shlelds Thompson B Smlth Thtrd row Rennard Handy
Mxller Marx Mxsca Allhusen Sherman Beese Yeats
Palm Payne Iohnson Walschetd Dean C Rademacher
I Connolly- Vanan N Rademacher P Connolly Wxdden
Kxrby Barry Leach Fourth row Iacobus Young Hayne
Lovalla Baker Kxlbury Lmdow Hommown Barslkow
Slqrxst Sutton Skrzypek Wmner Farrar Towne Montz
Gxanettl Cutrone Rrccardn Le Veccr Lund George Frith
row Thomas Connolly Uccx Berber Bausum Schultz
bank Lytle Tate Manalxo Wohlgemuth Koch Farns
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were coniusmg but as we began to get used to thmgs
Htgh School became real and ahve
In Iune of 1952 we had elected Lyn Carhn as presxdent
Ierry Buermann vrce presxdent and Alxce Chamberlam
In the fall our freshmen football team played long and
hard They won two games and lost three games Our
last game was very excrtmg because we lost rt by only
one pomt The ireshmen are very proud oi Iohn Pearson
and Henry Tancke who made varsrty football and we are
sure that there are other boys m our class who wxll play
varsxty next year Some of our ireshmen boys also played
soccer The basketball team has been iaxrly successful
The gxrls are also takmg part xn athletxcs such as basket
ball and bowlmg
The members of our class are partxcrpatmq rn vanous
achvmes such as Tr1H1Y H1Y Dramatxc Club Shadow
and the Whlte Hornet
Some of our ubjects thxs year are entrrely driierent
especrally Latm The As and Bs 1ust seem to wander
rn the other dxrectron
The freshmen class rs lookxng forward to a very success
ful four years rn H1gh School Wxth all of our wonderiul
teachers and our class advrsers we are sure we wxll make
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Fxrst row Tancke Wrllrams Donatell Nelson Albanese
Laramy Scnven Burke Kearney Carlm Chamberlm
Buermann Luzzx Wyble Intrle Hanley Ware Keller
Nelson Lentz Second row Carpenter Collms Fulton
Kurmes Palmer Brower Berber Trmmons Marx Hall
Karcher Carell Van Etten De Malo Connolly Bartolo
Burns De Francxsco Fahr Crtrano Rxder Thxrd row
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Cook Seller Greenberg Davenport Love Stewart Booth
Munn Nxelson Wermuth Armswood Cresbaugh Thomp
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First row: Miller, Ierbasi, Laford, Bardi, Mascuch, Iennings.
Gra Chamberlain, Coates. Second row: C. Hademacher
Trimmer, Kusenberq, L. Dartnell, Curtis, Sutton, T. Windolf
Hoaglund, I. Miller, Winner, C. Towne, Dodge, B. Hauck,
Gifford, Herr, Coe, Apple, B. Hauck, Dougherty, Third row:
P. Connolly, M. Miller, Boltz, Barney, Churchill, Baker. N
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Early in the year the Shadows staff
began their annual work of piecing to-
gether the yearbook. As usual the staff
worked industriously and conscientiously
in their valiant effort to make the year-
book of 1953 truly representative of the
students of V.H.S.
The staff under the capable guidance
of Mr. Dimmers heaved a sigh of relief
as the series of deadlines finally came
to an end and V.H.S. may chalk up an-
other job well done.
Palmer, Gurney, Lissner, Urban, Gifol, Bartley. Fourth row:
Lane, K. Fernald, I. Dartnell, Eaton, Sager, M. De Francisco:
A. DiTrani, Hayden, Carroll, Grant, McLaughlin, Harrison.
P. Marx, Hella, Blose, Rowell, Kenworthy, Rambo, Nelson
Fifth row: Mr. Dimmers, Lipkin, R. Opdyke, Greene, Nann
Potter, I, Smith, Charman, White, G. Brown, Kott, Hochheiser
Ten issues-what an order to fill be-
tween September and Iune! That meant
an issue every three weeks!-How could
it ever be done? SIMPLE-just meet all
the deadlines-THAT'S ALL!!
Well-the staff did it! By hook or by
crook the four pages were filled, rushed
to the printers, proof read and finally
received by the students.
Many headaches plus a barrel of
laughs are left not too willingly to next
First row: I. Miller, Schennerhorn, Lissner, Bartley, McGinn,
Charrnan, F. Fernald, Tompson, Boltz, Lane, I. Dartnell
Gifford, K. Femald, Gifol, Sager, Kott, D. Ierbasi. Nann,
Grant, Carroll, C. Towne. Second row: G. Hanley, N. Edel-
hauser, D. Walschied, Bush. Hauiler, Iohnson, N. Nelson
Rambo, Hectus, Porter, Abbey, Baldwin, Dodge, Palmer:
Apple, B. Hauck, Herr, Novack,
C. Towne, Dittmar. Third row:
husen, Sherman, Blose, P. Brown,
Coe, Haggblom, Dougherty
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Garrabrant, B, Hauck. Eaton, Curtis, Bamey, Churchill. L.
Dartnell, Kusenburg, Goldweber, Sachs, Gurney, Harrison,
McLaughlin. Fourth row: Johnson, Palm, Kandel, E. Puleo,
Lindow, Sigrist, Bollinger, MacDonald, Breithut, Barsikow.
Rowell. Jennings, Fitzpatrick, Hayden, A. Di Trani, M. Miller.
Trimmer, P. Edelhauser, Anderson, Winner, Fulton, Rider.
Hella, Hinckley. Fifth row: Greene, Coates, Potter, Gagliano.
G. Brown, Hochheiser, R. Opdyke.
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McGinn. Back: Peterson, K. Fernald, Raithel, Brown. Munn
I, Dartnell. I. Chamberlin, McKinley, Schermerhom.
The Student Council under the lead-
ership of Bob Cartabona, Rex Peterson
and Lynn Dartnell met every other
Wednesday at 12:20 in room 23. The
council is made up of the homerooms
and the heads ot all the various com-
In the Council meetings the prob-
lems of the school are ironed out. The
members discuss school problems and
give their ideas on how to improve the
taken by the president and acted upon
to correct any problem in question.
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SC 001' These Suggestlons are then Coe McLaughlm Weldon Mcfirnley I Ierbasr G Brown Back
Charman I Smith Denton Bergstrom Lytle Leach Farnsworth
Front: Davenport, Fulton, D. Thompson, Charman, K. Fernald.
Palm, DeVito. Center: Beck, Congleton, Hoover, Shuttleworth,
Rowell, Gifford, Price, McKinley, Skrzypek. Back: Moore, Potter,
Williams, Meeker, R. Miller,
Operating under an entirely different
system for the first time in seven years
the Court has achieved better student
cooperation and therefore more has
been accomplished this year. Another
innovation is that several Freshmen
have attended each Court meeting as
part of the present program.
The Court feels that its success de-
pends upon the student body's interest
and helpful contribution. Thus the
Court extends its thanks to the student
body for making this year a successful
Front: White, McGinn, K. Fernald, Mr. Iohnson. Center: R. Opdyke
D. Voss, Kusenberg, Gifford, L. Dartnell, I. Dartnell, Sachs, D. Goldweber
Raithel. Back: Nann, Potter. D. Tompson, I. Smith. Charman. G. Brown
The Locker patrol, like any
other patrol, is in existence to
keep order and to keep things
The three most important things
a patrol member does is to see
that there isn't any eating, fooling
around, or noise in the locker
The Traffic patrol is the oldest
student organization in the school.
Other than the direction of traffic,
the patrol is composed of two other
sections, the fire drill committee and
the assembly committee. The main
purpose of this patrol is to keep
traffic running smoothly throughout
the day and to conduct orderly fire
Back: I. Connolly, Barry, Kingham, Denton, D, Heyer, McKinley. Kiefer.
First row: Steen, Fitzpatrick, Walscheid, DiTrani, Blose, D. Smith, Martin.
Haggblom. Second row: Rusconi, Miller, Nighland, N. Nelson, Harrison,
Ingold, Grodowsky, Urfurt, Williams, Churchill. Third row: Gray, Dobson.
Kandel, Herrman, Rambo, Boltz, Gaifey, Hectus. Hauck, Doherty. Fourth
The Locker patrol is one of
the important organizations of
V. H. S. Without it we would
find much disorder in the locker
room. Its main purpose is to
obtain notes from anyone en-
tering the locker room, prevent-
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The Concessions Committee, which
was instituted at Verona last year,
played a very important part in the
Fall sports program. The members
of the committee derived much en-
joyment from serving the fans and
by adding to the funds of the Stu-
dent Council. The committee feels
that it has had ct very successful
Front: Schermerhorn, Munn. Center: Dartnell, Curtis, Towne, Baldwin
Kenworthy. Rowell. Top: Potter, Bergstrom, I. Chamberlin, Laford, McKinley
Mascuch, Moore, Ostella, Voss.
Lett to right: Charman, Wade, Hoover, Raithel, Skrzypek, Shutt1eworth.Brown.
This year the Hall patrol evolved
a new lunch schedule with the pur-
pose of having students finish lunch
before sixth period. The new ar-
rangement was satisfactory, and the
seven members, who were on duty
from ll:45 to 1:00 kept students from
loitering and talking in the halls.
Front: Fitzpatrick, Di Trani, Steen, Nighland, P. Edelhausser, Carroll, Center:
Inglesino, Anderson, Hayden, Walscheid, Novak, Herr, Coe, Abbey. Back:
Furbeck, Luzzi, Intite, De Cheser, Leone, Valentine, Dunn.
The Cafeteria patrol was set
up for the purpose of maintain-
ing quiet, as well as order, in
the cafeteria during both lunch
periods. Pupils that can't abide
by the few simple rules are
sent to Student Court. The
Cafeteria patrol, like the Traffic
patrol and Hall patrol, consists
of voluntary members.
The patrol has appreciated
the cooperation that it has re-
ceived so far, and hopes it will
This year, under the able guidance of Mr.
Gleason, the Assembly Committee did a great
job in leading the students in the opening
exercises and helping to make our assemblies
successful. Each member was very conscien-
tious in seeing that the assembly of which
they were in charge Went along very smoothly.
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First row: Griliith, George, Raithel, Woltf, Second
row: Tebo, Reid. Rush, Bausum. Third row: Pechenik.
Voss, Miller, Melborne, Thompson, Mr. Burguillos.
Fourth row: Koch, Denton, Springer, Kingham, Betke.
This year the members of the
Verona Hi-Y have participated in
many interesting and varied activi-
ties. In addition to taking part in a
basketball tournament and sending
boys to Hi-Y conventions at Atlantic
City and Trenton, we had numerous
educational speakers and films.
We owe a great deal of gratitude
to Mr. Burguillos, our adviser, and
Bob Raithel, our president.
As a member of the National Tri-
Hi-Y. the Verona Chapter has existed
for three years. It has accomplished
many things this year such as
cookie sales and a dance. Also
members have attended conventions
and camps in order to exchange
ideas and broaden the circle of
The Verona Chapter of the National Honor
Society is a school organization which is de-
signed to merit those who have ranked high
among their classmates in the field of leader-
ship, scholarship, character, and service.
Miss Shockney, Mr. Dimmers, and Mr.
Gleason are the faculty advisors of this or-
ganization. The Society renders any services
possible to its school and community.
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Lane, Fernald, I. Dartnell, Gifford, Hauck, McGinn, Schermerhorn, Churchill, Herr. Lissner,
Gurney, L. Dartnell, Herrmann. Second row: Burns, Puleo, P. Brown, Leslie, Abbey, Baldwin.
Towne, Blood, Gradowsl-ry, Sutton, Windolf, Hoagland, Coad, Winner, Lindow, Carroll, Grant,
McLaughlin, Harrison, Hella, M. Smith, Kilbury, Alesio. Third row: Hanley. Haufler, Hectus.
Timmons, Furbeck, C, Smith, Wyble, Barsikow, Baker, Rademacher, Varian, Connolly, Rade-
macher, Rusconi, Goldberg, Porter, Marchetti, Marin, Cox, Morton, Alexander. Fourth row.
G. Iohnson, Bush, MacDonald, Payne, Newcomb, Karcher, Laramy, Brower, Skrzypek, Marx
Breithut, C. Towne, Farrar, Hordynsky, Dean, Walschied, Dalton, Lytle, Hanley, Olsen, Sigrist
Bollinger, Burke, Marx. Fifth row: Clark, Palm, Edelhauser, Allhusen, Sherman, Faiss, Rider
Lentz, Citrano, Weber, Intile, Dunn, Valentine, Moritz, Cutrone, Hiccardi, Le Vecci, Lawson
Bartolo, Fahr, Donatell, Albanese, Schnetter, Iohnson, Scriven, Connolly. Sixth row: Fulton
Hogg, Kurmes, Hinckley, Garrabrant, Corell, Chamberlin. Delapenha, Rush, Kearney, Toltesy
Nelson, Simpson, Lavallo, Messinger, Yates, Wright, Krohn Hochheiser, De Maio, Leoni, Ware
Kaptein, Percevault, Luzzi. Seventh row: Mrs. Lenardson, Denton, Love. Koch, Thompson
Wolff, Betke, Meeker, Lambert, Tancke, Griffith, Rickert, Goeller, Opdyke, Lytle.
The Choral department of the Verona High
School has had a year full of activity. On
December 14th the combined choral groups of
the school gave a Christmas concert with the
Verona Choral Society at the F. N. Brown
auditorium. The same week the groups gave Q
programs for the Iunior and Senior High As-
During the month of February, twenty-four 'dl ,
members of our various singing groups took - yi!! f
part in the Operatic Festival at Westfield, New 5'4 " ' 1
lersey, singing with a massed chorus of three VZ, , ,
hundred singers. F " -Q
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Since its founding in the Spring of
1951, the Front Page Club has been
writing local news for the Verona
Cedar Grove Times. With the aid
of its sponsors, Miss Shockney and
Mr. Reidenbaugh, the club's aim is
better technique in all types of news-
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This year the Iunior Red Cross
Club was directed under Cary Lou
Apple and Miss Spaide, the ad-
This club has done numerous
things this year. Some members
have gone to the chapter house in
Caldwell to help out the Bed Cross
members with the Blood Bank, and
some have collected money for the
Front: 'Wehrheim, Watson, Hauck, Co-ed. Eaton Co ed Coad Garra
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Donald, Hoagland. Back: Hauiler, Hordynskr Farrar Skrzypelr Bol
First row, left to right: Kandel. Coad. Harrison Nelson Blose Boltz
Held, Urban, Eaton, Back row: Reber, Haggblom Baldwin Apple
Lett to right: Fulton, R. Miller, Hogg, Davenport, MacDonald, P.
Davenport, Mr. Burguillos.
Lett to right: Betsy Hauck, Margaret Kenworthy. Iackie Gitol, Miss Deal,
Phyllis Brown, Sherrill Coad, Lynne Garrabrant, Gail Haggblom.
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The Audio Visual Committee un-
der Mr. Burguillos has tried its best
to serve the school in every way
possible. Sometimes due to film
breaks and other mishaps the com-
mittee has been a bit late. The com-
mittee, however, would like to thank
Mr. Burguillos for the advice and as-
sistance he gave both old and new
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The Bulletin Board Committee has
had a great deal of fun this year
keeping the halls interesting with
different displays. Under the lead-
ership of Phyllis Brown, chairman,
and Miss Deal, adviser, the commit-
tee was always thinking of better
ideas to make the bulletin boards
throughout the school more interest-
ing to the students of V. H. S.
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Under the skillful leadership i t
of Edmund Schill, the orchestra S
succeeded once again in hav-
ing a successful year. -Q
The orchestra could always
be counted upon to play in assembly programs, con-
certs, and other activities requiring their services.
One of the more enjoyable electives, the orchestra,
meets only one period a week to accomplish the heavy
schedule it has planned, but hard work and fun go
together and delightful memories will always be remem-
bered by former members.
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Green, Sixth row: I. lerbasi, Hogg, Thomas. Seventh row: Fernald, Mr. Schill, Director.
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In pre-season forecasts, little was expected
of Verona's eleven, due to heavy losses in-
curred throuqh graduation However under
the superb leadershrp of co-captams George
Hoover cmd Bob Cartabona the teams drs
playing overpowering drive and determination
went on tc w1n eight of nine games and cop
he Suburban Conference crown
Much of the credrt for the showlng of the
team can be attrrbuted to the excellent coach
mg of Dutch Wermuth Pierson Fellows and
lerry DeStefano Other factors were the hard
and elusrve ball toting of Cartabona Morton
and Brown the fierce blocking of the forward
wall headed by Dobson White Peterson
Hoover and Denton the deadly accuracy of
Rod Smiths passmg coupled w1th the sensa
tional receiving of end Bob Charman and
finally the jarring tackling of Tompson, Heyer,
Skrzypek DeLucca and Richardson
The clrmax of the season was the hard
earned Thanksgrving Day triumph over arch
rival Caldwell to gain undisputed possession
of the conference t1tle Two second half touch
downs enabled Verona to emerge with a spot
less record in conference play
Ten seniors all of whom played regularly
will be m1ss1ng from next years cast They
are Cartabona Hoover Charman Tompson
Heyer Dobson Whrte Brown Skrzypek and
Lewis The vast rebuilding job will fall on
co captains elect Rod Srnrth and Rex Peterson
lim Morton Charlie Brchardson Iohn Smith
Bob Shuttleworth Dan Denton and Ierry De
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First row, left to right: F. Fernald, D. Vold, D. Ierbasi.
D. Opdyke, Barry Nann. Second row: B. Wolfe. B.
Under the tutelage oi its vet-
eran mentor Doc Goeltz for the
25th year, the soccer team com-
piled a record of seven Wins.
four losses and three ties. Sport-
ing a 5-1-1 record at the sea-
son's halfway point, the team
ialtered slightly, finally losing to
Chatham and ending all hopes
for a state championship. How-
ever, the team, paced by Dean
Vold and Charlie Opdyke with
seven and six goals respective-
ly, outscored its opponents
Eleven seniors, co-captains
Charlie Opdyke and Dan ler-
basi, Bob Raithel, Iirn Chamber-
lin, Barry Nann, Dick Munn.
Larry Kingham, Bruce Woltt.
Fred Fernald, Ioe Gagliano and
Ed Chestnut wish captain-elect
Harry Bergstrom and the 1953
squad a most successful sea-
Goeltz' Qcoachj, I, Buermann, A. Wohlgemuth, M. Green,
R- W1111C1mS. 1. Gagljano, O. Lidstromb, D. Rieber, P.
Raithel, H. Kuhne, D. Munn, L. Kingham, B. Potter, I. Howe, R. Peckinek, S. Syler, B, McDonald R Koch
Chamberlain. H. Bergstrom. Third row Cstandinglz Doc
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mn' '. The nine won, eight lost -rec-
ord posted by Skipper Smiths
cage squad does not give a
true picture of the '52-'53 sea-
son. This is because it was a
hot and cold team, playing ex-
ceptionally well for a iew
games and then slipping for a
few. Many games were close
and a reversal of the breaks
could have changed the deci-
sions. However, a 46-44 triumph
over Glen Ridge assured a bid
to the state tournament.
George Hoover, the team's
captain and playmaker, Gor-
don Brown, high scorer, Bob
Charman, Gerry Lytle, George
Fisher, Dick Munn and Toe Gag-
liano will be lost through grad-
uation. Nevertheless, with such
performers as Rod Smith, lim
Morton and Bob Shuttleworth
returning, a successful season
is anticipated next year.
First row, lett to right: Nelson
E. Smith Ccoachj, Dave Ack-
erman, Ioo Gagliano, Bob
Charman, George Hoover,
Gordon Brown, George Fish-
er, Gerry Lytle, Dick Munn,
Mac White Cmanagerj. Sec-
ond row: Ralph Ostella, Rob-
ert Butler, Nick Berry, Bob
Spott, Helmer Pearson, Roddy
Smith, Rex Peterson, Iimmy
Morton, Harry Bergstrom, Bob
Shuttleworth, Red Varian,
Third row: Dan O'Rawe, Roy
Tolley, Danny Denton, Gor-
don Leach, Andy Wohlge-
muth, Richard 'Williams, Bill
Farnsworth. Iack wmdoff.
Bob Gerberg. Fourth row: Iim
Ucci, Don Gore, Marvin Pechi-
neck, Stan Heber, Tom Hayne,
Wally Wolff, Robert Kemp-
CZYI1Ski. lohn Barry,
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Top row, left to riqht: Tim Gearty, Lindel Carlin, Philip George, Iohn Di Tranl, Iohn Barry
Paul Parasuqo, Iim Cordasco, Dar Reiber, Ierry Buermann, Ioe M yner. Second row: Skip
Smith coacht, Herb Kuhne, Helmer Pecrscn, Rudy Koch, Dan Denton, Todd Springer, Iohn
Pearson, Howard Buell, fred Voss, Roy Asklinq. First row: Eric Thorp, Harry Bergstrom, Bob
Raithel, Bob McKinley Cco-captain 1, Iim Morton Qco-captainlf, lim Chamberlin, Bob Shuttle-
worth, Rex Peterson.
This year Nelson Smith's thinclads will be out to regain the Suburban
Conference championship which they lost last season and to hold the state
title which they have possessed for a number of years.
Co-captains Bob McKinley and lim Morton will compete in the mile,
high jump, low hurdles, dashes, and broad jump. Andy Walgernuth will
work on his specialty, the high jump. Eric Thorpe will be back for the
javelin, while Rex Peterson will run the 440. Others looked to for valuable
contributions are Helmar Pearson, LeRoy Roemer, Oscar Lindstrom, Dick
Munn, Iirn Chamberlin, Heinz Kuhne and Dan Denton.
GELE TEA l
Coach Doc Goeltz
has high hopes for 1m
provement- on the rec
ord of last years golf
team which finished
second in the Suburban
Conference race The
squad will be selected
from five seniors Larry
Krngham captcun hm
Wade Barry ann
Bruce Wolff Don Coates
and Ron De Cheser
Dan ORawe and Don
BEWLI G TEAM
The bowling team,
again coached by Lu-
ther Falconer, was cap-
tained by seniors Lee
Dodd and Bob Raithel.
Others who contributed
were Harvey Ianoff, Bob
Tebo, Al Kiefer, Bob
Cresbaugh, and George
Iacobus. Verona's entry
finished fifth in the, '
North Iegsey Interschol- 5' I .
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Larry Kngham Qcaptamj Dan Olftawe Don Coats Bruce Wolff
TEEN! TEA I
Thts year the tennis squad has hopes
of cont1nu1ng its climb to prominence
rn Suburban Conference tennis circles
Led by captain Steve Kott and Bob
Ptaithel lVLr Cs netsters expect to
better the1r 4 6 record of last year Let
termen who will lend their valuable
experience are Charhe Opdyke Fred
Fernald Bruce Potter and Elber Stearns
Additional help is expected from new
comers George Betke and Irmmy
Top row left to right Davxd Lund Dan
Reiber Tommy Hayne Ralph Miller
Bob Steele First row Mr CarstenSOn
Ccoachj Manme Green Elber Stearns
Steve Kott Bruce Potter Fred Fernald
FOO I' BALL CHEERLEADERS
First row left to right Polly Ruggerxo Alice Kaczmark
Second row Nancy Edelhauser Bonny Bush Third row
Sandra Barney Libby Coe Fourth row lean Sager
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leading forces, one for the football and
soccer games and one for the basket-
ball contests. Captaining the former
squad which included lean Sager, Ia-
net Hinckley, Libby Coe, Sandra Bar-
ney, Nancy Edelhauser, Polly Ruggerio,
Alice Kaczmark and substitute Bonny
Bush, was Glady Kusenberg. Lynne
Garrabrant was captain of the basket
ball cheerleaders who were Lynn Dart
nell Barbara Ingold and Anne Curtis
Mrs Harms the adviser deserves
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lune 20 1965 A man approaches the gang plank of the S S
Laford named after the famous sea captam Don Laford Off to the
left the man notrces a small crowd and upon further exam1nrt1on fmds
the renowned reporter Rosemary Lane 1nterv1ew1ng the well known
busrness tycoon Mr Danrel Ierbasr
Whrle standlng at the rarl a woman brushes past h1m garbed 1n
the newest McGmn creatron H1s attentron 1s agam drawn to the wavrng
crowd below where a group of teen age fans are reluctantly say1ng
goodbye to therr favorrte crooner Fred Fernald
Durrng the hrst day at sea Captarn Elber Stearns beco'nes seasrck
and the only avarlable physrcran Lynne Garrabrant horse spec1al1st
and her nurse Ianet Hmckley succeed rn currng h1s rllness
He amves 1n M1am1 Just rn t1me to see lean Saqer capture the
womens swrmmmg t1tle That evemng he takes 1n the show at the
Kohler Klub wh1ch features the Rarthel Rock ttes Nancy Iohnson Ar
lene Hermann and Pat Walscherd torch smger Nancy Tnmmer and
the smgmg head warter Bubbles Brown
The next mornrng hrs shrp sarls tor New Orleans and the Mardx
Gras where Dlck Munn and Elarne Schermerhorn are relgnrng as kmg
and queen of the festrval attended by E1 anor Eaton Alberta Gray and
Ruth Hectus The crazy rhythm of Iazzy Chazzy Opdyke Gone Don
Coates and Gerry Cool Ca Carlson lures hrm to Bas1n Street
Mexrco Crty 1S the next stop on the Journey Ex Mayor OHeyer
takes h1s leave closely shadowed by G Ohver Hoover of the F BI The
Mascuch Movre Company starrmg Ev Hella and Marqre Frtspatrrck
wtth Iaclae Grtol choreographer and Bob Bardr. scenrc drrector d1s
embarks to make an on locatron prcture
Dunng the voyage through the Panama Canal to HGWU11 the
passengers are entertamed by Bobbre Iennrngs and her tramed horses
assrsted by Bonrue Held and Mary De Manlyn Hogg shows movres of
he recent Afncan safan On TV he sees the two famous red heads rn
The Red Frsher Show wh1ch follows I Love Drttmar Whrle strollmg
around the deck he prcks up the latest copy of Varrety and sees that
the fabulous tno Betty Hayden Moe Mrller and Carol Steen has re
placed the Marx Brothers 1n therr act Contrnutng hrs stroll he makes
the acquarntance of hm Chamberlm and Don Fulton the jet p1lots who
broke the hght barner Attendrng the mrlhonarres conventron rn the
shrps lounge were Rlchard Melbourne Wyommg tycoon Larry Kmq
ham Darry Mard magnate Gay Gnifrth automobrle mult1m1ll1ona1re
and Lee Dodd the Bowhng Alley K1ng He also met hmmy Barry
br1ll1ant outhelder for the New York Yankees
The next mornrng the shrp sarls 1nto Honolulu Harbor Walkrng
along the beach he spres hulu grrls Nancy Nelson Marcxa Leshe and
Grace Hogan who are able students of the Pussy Kott Dance Studro
As the sh1p steams away Dare Ackerman Bob Mabey lerry Manson
Vrnegar Ben Wade members of Beachcombers Local 942 wave
At Slngapore he drops 1n on Iohnnre Lrm the world famed vet
er1nar1an At the Amerrcan Embassy he hnds Martrn Marchettr Weber
Bratsch and Kaptem engaged as conhdentral secretarres
The next stop 1S to see Shah Charman the Sherk of Araby and h1s
harem Wh1Ch xncludes h1s number one wrfe Pat Grfford
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owners of wh1ch are now famous metal1urg1ca1 engmeers
Depart1ng from Arab1a the sh1p sa1ls through the Dardanelles
Iemlndlng the man of the emtnent ed1tor of the Atlant1c Monthly Ioan
H1s Shlp makes a l1ttle Slde tr1p up the Danube to see the ambassa
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The Shlp 1S not allowed to stop ln Russ1a because of the Skrzypek
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A short Journey through he blue Medrterranean br1ngs h1m 1nto
Ro'ne Italy The mam attract1on IS Ioe Gaqhanos Lean1ng Tower of
P1zza Hot rod cabbres Harry Smnthers and Rxch Casale Whlp through
the alleys of Rome to the underworld doma1n of Lucky L s Lewrs There
the b1g boss IS attended by h1s personal D A expert Carol Anderson
and man1cur1st Alda D1 Tram Then he wh1ps to the forum where Pat
Carroll IS teach1ng the Romans the f1ner po1nts of Latm II On the
corner of the forum the name Kmgs Supermarket catches h1s eye and
Spa1n IS next on the 1t1nerary As he d1sembarks D1ck De Vlto
comes to the dock to serenade the passengers He Watches lack
Voqelrus the famous matador sl1ng the bulls At the Sparush school
Lrnda Porter plays Malaguena as accompan1ment for the Samba
dancers Nancy Bartley Phylhs Brown and Kay Fernald
Pans' V1a the Stra1ts of G1braltar Betsy Hauck IS seen modelmg
Margaret Kenworthys creat1ons tn the fash1on cap1tal Also 1n Pans
IS Arl ne Gaifey VICE pres1dent of the Par1s branch of the Montclalr
In foggy old London he calls upon Alrce Blose and Ellen Boltz co
owners of the Trans At1ant1c Telephone Company The1r wo k has re
cently been stream11ned by Pat Edelhauser ef.t1c1ency expert He hears
that Lee Hathaway has become a successful banker and country gen
tleman England IS left behrnd as the Emerald Isle appears on the
hor1zon He watches Anne McLaughl1n and LuLu Nrghland teach Lep
rechaun Iohn McKenna the Ir1sh 11g
Wh1le cross1ng the Atlant1c toward home he takes 1n some more
T V Dot Rowell d1scovered by Cox Dobson und Kerfer w1ns the talent
show The program IS mterrupted by the commerc1al wtth Edrth Puleo
s1ng1ng the pra1ses of Heyers Root Beer A news report reveals the
rece1v1ng of the Nobel PIIZG by Maqg e Wlute for d1scover1ng a so1ut1on
Wh1Ch makes thlngs 1nv1s1b1e Mr Whrt stated he w1l1 share h1s royalt1es
w1th anyone who can f1nd so'ne h1ng to put 1t 1n In the sports world
we f1nd the Verona Varmmts wrth Marge fearless? Fawc tt Berme
tSluggerl Steck Gmger fRo111ck1ngl Rambo and Pat CAveng1ngl Anderson
as the star skaters
News Flashll Ex Prestdent McK1n1ey has declared I do not choose
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Euruce Grant 1n the com1ng Pres1dent1al Elecuon
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