Vineland High School - Record Yearbook (Vineland, NJ)
- Class of 1952
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Vineland High Sdhui-lnll
Oh the four bnef years of hxgh school
On the fleehng wmqs of time
Bear us on to helds of v1s1on
Where we scale new helghts subhme
Yes we the graduatmg class of l952 leave
Vmeland Hrgh School wmth great asprratrons and face
a drvxded and uncerta1n world Uncertarn 1t seems as
1f that word has been wrth us for years Iust four short
years ago we entered Vmeland Hrgh School as fresh
men uncertarn of what lay before us and what our
hrgh school days would be llke Now as we say good
bye to V1neland Hrgh School we g1ve the 1rnpress1on
of o1l seekers uncertam of what we shall drscover 1n
our severed world as rt now rs We are certaln only
of one th1ng that we are a generatron of youth who
has known nothrng but wars destructrve and horrrbly
devastatrng Only through our background of learnlng
and our knowledge of understandrng can we have
peace once agarn The englneer drllls and drrlls to frnd
hls prec1ous o1l and so we by torlrng and strrvxng w1ll
attarn somethrng DIGCIOUS to all of us peaceful futures'
Before we can set up our drrlls to begln our quest for
orl we frrst must attaln th1s knowledge of understand
mg and then rf that IS realrzed our pursurt for mate
rral wealth w1ll surely be fulfllled Matenal wealth to
us s1rnply means successful and brrght futures whlch
w1ll eventually stand for peace to all on earth But 1f
thrs knowledge of understandlng cannot be acqutred
then the search for black gold contmues maybe, rn
W present rn thrs our yearbook the hrghlrghts
that rnacle our senlor year 1n h1gh school a year that
wrll never be forgclten
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But oh for the touch
Of a vamsh d hand
And the sound of a vozce
That IS stlll
Antonio N. Cerniglicxro
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MISS Rrta Cresct to whom we the semor
class of 1952 dedrcate thrs yearbook has
meant much more to us than an rnstructor or
teacher at Vrneland Hrgh School She has
been our semor class advrsor and bestdes
gu1d1ng our class for four years MISS CIGSCI
has been a true frrend to each and every one
Those seek1ng advrce explanatrons or
help knew that they were berng treated wrth
alacrrty by M1ss Cresct no matter how busy
or engrossed 1n her work she was Her tnendly
and engagrng ways are a famllrar part ot her
Born rrght rn Vmeland M1ss Crescx was
a graduate of Sacred Heart Hlgh School She
then attended Chestnut H111 College for four
years and recerved her Bachelor of Scxence
degree tn Enghsh She later came to Vmeland
l'l1gh School and has been teachrng rn the Eng
hsh department ever smce
M1ss CIGSCI has worked drllgently w1th
many students durmg our four years 1n htgh
school As a member of the gurdance depart
ment she has helped us 1n selectmg a college
school or professron and she has gu1ded us 1n
electrng the proper sublects rn hrgh school She
has been our class advisor tor four years has
headed the candy selhng and greetlng card
campcngns and has also dxrected the magazme
sales M1ss Cresct was the advrsor for our
Sophomore Party and our Rmg Dance she
worked asstduously toward makxng our Wash
1ngton tr1p a never to be forgotten expertence
Wlthout M1ss Crescts undlvrded counsel and
upervlslon ID these matters many of our class
proJects would not have proved a success
No amount of words can serve as an
expresslon of our appreclatlon to you MISS
Crescx but tn our small and humble way we
the class of 1952 WlSh to thank you tor the
mfluence that you have exercrsed upon us 1n
cur four years stay at Vlneland Hxgh School
We are very proud to dedlcate thrs 1952 Record
to you our tnencl M1ss Brta Crescr
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BOARD OF EDUCATION
SEATED L to B Mr S1dweIIB Thomas Dr Kenneth Corson Mrs
Wllllam Brooks Mr Dane Barse Mrs Stuart Taylor Mr I C Schwarz
man Dr Anthony Mcxgolda STANDING L to R Mr Rocco Lxparhto
Mrs Margaret Thom Mr Adolf Stern Mr A L Donley
THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
The Board of Educatron IS an admtrus
tratrve body orgamzed tor the purpose of see
tng that the Vmeland Landrs Townshtp schools
are run eftlcrently lt goes wrthout saymg that
the group of men and women now servmg wrth
the board have more than tulftlled thts alm
Under the competent leadershrp of Mr Dane
Barse these CIVIC mtnded people hove unsel
flshly contrlbuted much to the betterment ot our
commumty s schools The sentor class reallzes
the rmportance of a smoothly run school sys
tem for a good educatton and extends w1th
great s1ncer1ty appreclatton to these Board
members and the tme Job that they have con
Our supervrsrng pnncxpal Mr Donley
IS an tmportant factor tn the growth and well
belng of our school He IS responsrble for many
of the advances made ln the school system
ln the past few years Hts contrlbuttons to the
Semor Class are many No matter how busy
Mr Donley has always been wtllmg to gtve
freely of hrs trme and wrsdom for worthwh1le
causes For these reasons Mr Donley s noble
efforts shall always be held IH the h1ghest
esteem by the graduatmg class of 1952
Miss Mary l. Rossi
The students of Vineland High School
are greatly indebted to Miss Rossi, our prin-
cipal, for her unfailing guidance. She is al-
ways willing to help all of the students all-of
Mr. Pennino, our Dean of Boys, is always
available to the students for friendly and wise
The guidance counselors have made it
possible for the students to plan their future
by assisting them in this important choice.
This service is sincerely appreciated by the
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Mr. Jack Pennino
STANDING. I.. to R.: Miss R
Stemberq. Miss R. Cresci, Mr
I. Pennino. Mrs. M. Donaqhay
SEATED: Mr. A. Cerniqlicro
A Refining llnit
Florence C Adamo
Antonio N Cerniglraro
Florence M Adamo
Clanon M Cosh
Nello I Dalloho
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Bernrce S Apprendr
Edward B Amade Franklm Astor
Socral Studres Musxc
Iulla H Cummmgs Charlotte Czaplxclu
Anthony I D1Tomo Mxldred D Donaghay
Physxcal Education Languages
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Dons B Epstem
Ed M M Ed
Ioseph P Homxak
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MGIQUIGY Fwmmqo Wrlliam Gardella Robert M Goodler Theresa F Henzr
MUlhEmUflC! Commercral Agrxculture Mathematics
Mxlton H Kammer Norman Krapf Mm-lm P Krause Nmq C Lqgcqn
English Science Scrence Home Economics
SERV N6 lHl NAIIIIN Bl HJUCAIING IIS YlllIlHHIl CIIIZENS
Edgar A Leeds Iohn A Lehocky Charles E Ltpartxto
Industrxal Arts lndustrxal Arts Englrsh
Helen C McMxck1ng Gllda Mendlco Cosmo T Mmlirx
Languages Languages Social Studies
Anna C Markham
B C S
Elrzabeth Arm Multord
Floyd N Nasser
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Estelle G OKane
Anne E Ostrander Georgette Rxeg
Socnal Studies Industrial Arts
Charles Spercher I Albert Starkey
Ralph W Robmson
Marlon M Starkey
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AIMINB Al lllICIlNl PRUDUCIIUN Ul HIGH 0UAlIll SlUDlNlS
Rose H Sternberq
Lou W Capner
Norman F Walsh
Mary H Doerr
Rebecca C Wade
Nancy I Wrsswaesser
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L. to R.: D. Keen. Sec.: Miss Cresci. Advisor: I.. Cullen. Trees.: P. D'Arrigo. Pres.: M. Tomei.
THE RESPUNSIBHJIIIS UF llADfRSHlP.
Uur Senior Year
We had struck it rich! At last that long-
awaited time had come, and our class was
united in the auditorium as the Senior Class of
'52. We all prepared to put forth every effort to
make this our most successful and enjoyable
year under the careful guidance of our class
advisor, Miss Cresci, and the other senior proc-
Our first job in the auditorium was
choosing the people we wanted to lead our
class. We felt that our choice was the best ever
to lead a senior classy Phil D'Arrigo, Mario
Tomei, Diane Keen, and Lou Cullen steered us
in the right direction toward a very profitable
It wasn't very long before we had a
chance to prove that we were on the right track
and ready to go all out for our class by selling
magazines and leading the school in the re-
sults. Still going strong, we went forth selling
cards and candy and certainly showed that we
were capable of great accomplishments.
Now, as seniors, we were really working
very hard. It was time to begin work on the
Senior Class Play, Men Are Like Streetcars.
a delightful comedy about teenagers and their
"important" problems. The cast did a wonder-
ful job in staging this successful production for
hundreds of people. Once again our class had
The school year was certainly speeding
by. Already Christmas had arrived. A funny
feeling was in the heart of every Senior who
realized that he would not be back next year
to see the big tree in the hall, the assembly, and
most of all the annual Christmas dance. All
these things will be enjoyed by students for
years to come, but we shall not be among them.
But, like everything else, the holidays
passed us, and it was down to work once more.
The time was rapidly approaching when that
all important term paper had to be completed.
After this, there was the Work of preparing for
final exams. These exams were really final
We were looking forward to the prom
with the eagerness which is typical of all
seniors, and we anxiously thought of what was
to follow-Our Washington Trip.
Now we were making the final efforts in
our high school days-baccalaureate and grad-
uation exercises. Hard practice was put into
making these events something for us to carry
forever in our memories as each of us traveled
in his own path, remembering the Senior Days
at Vineland High School.
GENE H. ADAMS
Whatever is worth doinq at all,
ls worth doing well
Spanlsh Club 2 3 4 Physrcs Club 3 Football 2 3 Base
ba 1 2 Track 3 4
LORRAINE T ADAMS
She s beautiful and therefore to oe wood
Shes a woman therefore to be won
Homeroom Treasurer 2 Dancing Club l Dramatic Club 1
Bowling Club 2 Italian Club 3 4 Home Economics Club
3 4 Vice President 4 Riding Club 3 Secretarial Club 4
MOLLY IOSEPHINE AGOSTINI
Along lifes road its tun to go
But never 1n a hurry slow
Bowling Club 1 Music Club 2 3 Drum and Bugle Corps
l 2 Honor Patrol and Traffic Squad 3 4 ltalian Club 3
4 Spanish Club 2 3 4
JEAN A ANTONELLI
Worrying was never worth while
So pack up your troubles smile smile smile
Homeroom Treasurer l Honor Patrol and Traltxc Squad 3
Italxan Club 3
FRANK ANTHONY AUSTINO
The ladies call him sweet
President ol Homeroon 2 Spanxsh Club 1 2 Glee Club 4
Secretary 4 Baseballl 2 4 Footballl 2 Basketballl
PAYE ANNE BARBER
A sweet song wlll outlive
All sermons in the memory
Glee Club l 2 3 4 Muslc Club l 2 3 4 Twlrler 2 3
Dancmq Club 1 Student Council 4 Dance Band 2 3
All that qlztters is not qold
Sometimes its Diamond L11
Homeroom V1cePres1dent 2 Home Economics Club 3 4
Dancing Club l 2 Treble Clet Club 3 4 Music Club 3
4 Italian Club 4
KATHERINE V BARRACLOUGH
The clever qirl who knows the answers
All too often is never asked
Spanish Club 4
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SONYA T. BARSKY
The most difficult character in comedy is that ol the ioolg
He must be no simpleton that plays that part.
Dramatic Club 1, 2. 3. 4: Honor Patrol and Traiiic Squad
4: Orchestra 2, 4: Dance Band 2: Music Club 2: Spanish
Club 2. 3. 4. Secretary 3. 4: lunior Town Meeting oi the
Air 3. 4, Treasurer 3, President 4: Hi-Spots 2. 3, 4: Senior
Record 4: Senior Play 4: National Honor Society 4: French
Club 4: Latin Award 1. 2: Spanish Award 2. 3: Iersey
Girl's State 3: Spelling Award 3: Math tournament 3.
NANCY M. BASILE
Little deeds of kindness, little words of love,
Help to make the earth happy, like the heaven above.
Library Council 4: Dramatic Club 1. 2: Dancing Club l, 2:
Honor Patrol and Traffic Club 3. 4: Senior Record 4: Chem-
istry Cluh 4: Student Council 4: ltalian Club 3, 4: Spanish
Club 2, 3: Latin Awards 1. 2: Italian Award 3.
IULIA M. BASSETTI
Smile and be qay
The livelonq day
Student Council 3 4 Iunlor Town Meeting 3 4 Bowling
Club 2 Honor Patrol and Trarhc Squad 3
ALBERTA IANE BATTERSBY
Blithe and merry she goes her way
With a laugh and a smile each day
Music Club 3 4 Glee Club 4 Treble Clef Club 4 Dancing
Club 1 2 Italian Club 4 Bowling Club 2
GLORIA SHIRLEY BATTISTINI
A me ry heart goes a long Way
And a friendly smile follows
Home Economics Club 3 Italian Club 3 4 Treasurer
BARBARA ANN BAUER
Thinqs dont turn up in the world
Until somebody turns them up
Bowling Club 2 Italian Club 3 4 Dramatic Club 3 Honor
Patrol and Trafhc Squad 4 Secretarial Club 4
ADRIENNE NANCY BECKER
Port as a schoolgirl well can be
Filled to the hrirn with qirlish glee
Honor Patrol and Traftic Squad 1 2 3 4 Vice President
3 Spanish Club 3 4 Dancing Club l
GISELLA RENATE BERG
A light heart in hor prevfils
Which no darkness ever curtails
Dramatic Club 2 3 4 Honor Patrol and Traffic Squad 2
gif 3 4 Spanish Club 2 3 4
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GLADYS R BONATO
A qul on whom you may depend
And one who mlkes o loyal friend
Glee Club 3 Treble Clel Club 3 Italian Club 3
SHIRLEY IEAN BOWERS
A Cute oppeolinq charming qirl
Tall cmd well dressed that s Shirl
Class Treasurer 2 President of Homeroom 3 Secretary ol
Library Council 3 Riding Club 3 Secretarial Club 4
Dancing Club I Student Council 3
MARY GRACE BOZORTH
l could live without boys
But ld rather not
Dramatic Club 1 2 4 Iunxor Town Meeting 4 Drum and
Bugle Corps I 2 Dancxnq Club l Italian Club 4 Senior
Record Stall 4 Senior Play 4 Chemistry Club 4 Glas
Club 3 Thalia 4 Riding Club 3 Music Club I 2 3
A friendly smile. 1 friendly H1
The loci is he s o friendly quy
Future Farmers ol America 2 3 Treasurer 2 Secretary 3
Italian Club 4
IOHN IOSEPH BILLICK
To be easy in livina is much of the joy of life.
LUCILLE MARGARET BIONDI
A quiet disposition tends to C1 hlqher position.
His quiet ways are liked by all
A lriendly guy who will not fall
Spanish Club 3 Dramatic Club 4 Band 2 3 4 Orchestra
2 3 South Jersey Band 3 Music Club 2 3 4
DOLORES ELAINE BONATO
Sugor ond Spice
And everything nice
Home Economics Club 3 4 Italian Club 4 Secretary 4
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One whos co operotlve one who ns kmd
A truer lrxend youll never hnd
Dramatnc Club l 2 3 4 Honor Patrol and Tralhc Squad
21 3 4 Secretary 4 Rxdmg Club 3 Spanish Club 2 3
French Club 4 Iumor Town Meetxng 3 4 Semor Record 4
Senior Play 4 H1 Spots 2 3 4 Latm Award l
""'-f Norms mm anon:
Although she seems so very shy
She wxll manage to get by
RlCh the 1nv1nc1ble unconquerable ln math
Nary cz problem can sur up h1s wrath
Physxcs Club 3 Vice President 3 Cbemxstry Club 4 Prem
dent 4 Basketball 3 Tenms 2 3 4
DOLORES ANN BRUGE
Theres not o fellow that doesnt lxke Dee
Could xt be her personc1l1ty7
Romeroom Treasurer l 2 3 Sophomore Class Secretary
Honor Patrol and Trafhc Squad 3 4 French Club 3 Musxc
Club l 4 Drum and Bugle Corps l 2 Semor Play Danc
mg Club l Rndlng Club 3 Glee Club l 4
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Mnmoms LOUISE nnuunncl-: ,E-HL
The day would never end
Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestral 2 3 4 Musxc Clubl 2 3 4
South Iersey Hxgh School Band 1 2 3 4 Dramatxc Club
l French Club 3 4 Dancxnq Club l 2 Honor Patrol and
Trathc Squad 3
GLADYS ANN BRUNER
Her cheerlul word or fnendly smlle
Can make a dreary day worlhwhxle
Art Club 4 Biology Club 4 Bowling Club l Dancing Club
l Honor Patrol and Trafhc Squad 3 4 Library Councxl
1 2 3 4 Awards 2 3 4 Riding Club 3
DOLORES I BRUNOZZI
The httle that she has to say
Is spoken m the mcest way
Homeroom Presldent l Student Councxl I Italia Club 3 4 '52
Good lhlnqs come to those who woll
But my txme xs runmnq out
Dancing Club 1 French Club 3 4 Honor Patrol and
'l'ral'hc Squad 3 4 Library Counc1l3 4 Awards 3 4 Sen
lor Record 4 Latin Awards l 2
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He may be quiet,
But remember "still Water runs deep"
Chemistry Club 4 French Club 4 Iunior Town Meetlng 4
Physxcs Club 3 Senior Record 4 Latm Award l Tennis
DONALD LEROY BURRIS
The trmes he speaks are very rare
But when he speaks we lxst wlth care
IOHN ANTHONY CALABRESE
The fewer the words
The brqqer the man
Secretary Treasurer Homeroom 1 ltalxan Club 2 3 Band 1
Leave trouble alone
Untll lt comes to you
Homeroom Secretary 2 Homeroom Vxce President 3 Bowl
mg Club 2 Dramatrc Club 3 Honor Patrol and Trathc
Squad 3 Student Council 1
ROSALIE PEGGY CAHNEY
The world s no better xt we worry
Band 3 4 Chemistry Club 4 Choral Club 2 Dancing
"""' Club 1 2 Musxc Clubl 2 3 4
HELEN T CASACCI
fl If you re naturally mce
Why not be l'lGlUYGl7
Art Club l Secretarial Club 3
IEAN DOLORES CASELLA
Good thmqs come rn small packages
So does dynamxte
Homeroom President 2 3 Junior Class Treasurer 3 Bowling
Club l 2 Dancxnq Club l Ridmq Club 3 Secretarial Club
T' arm c CASTELLANI
Her qr CIOUS ways and smllcs smcere
Wrll Rua to her lrrcnds endear
Homeroom Vice-President I Band 2 3 4 Head Twlrler 4
Honor Patrol and Trathc Squad 3 Music Club I 2 3 4
Treble Clet Club l Secretarial Club 3 4 Secretary 4
Iersey Grrls State 3 National Honor Society 4 Senior
Record Stott 4
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,A l Life's no shorter if we hurry. I
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Never let your studies interfere
With your hiqh school education.
Homeroom President 1, 2: Student Council 1. 2: Art Club
ly Danclng Club 1: Treble Clel Club 2: Bowling Club l.
MICHAEL D. CERRATO
From Mike you'll seldom hear a peep:
Remember "still water runs deep"
Baseball 2: Track 1.
IOSEPH A CESARE IR
ln the halls as on the streets
He speaks to everyone he meets
Future Farmers of Amerlca 3 Football l Baseball l
You should see him dash around that track
Ono scarcely sighs and there hes back
Sophomore Class Presrdent 2 Homeroom Secretary 2 3
Student Council 2 Monogram Club 2 3 4 National Ath
letlc Scholarshrp 2 3 4 Track 1 2 3 4 Cross Country
IULIA I CHROSCINSKI
Whether in Class or on the basketball Court
Her whims and her thoughts show her great love for sports
Homeroom Treasurer 2 3 4 Home Economics Club 3 4
President 4 Basketball l 2 3 4
"Q""I" IACK C COFFIN
Ho has talent yes talent galore
For draqqinq his mates from the mat on the foor
Wrestling Manager 2 3 Cross Country l
PAULINE C COLA
hver willing ever true
'lhats a littmg name for you
Honor Patrol G Trafhc Squad 3 Danclnq Club l Italxan
Club 4 Secretanal Club 4
ROBERT W COLE
His sparkling surface and stature and height
Reveal to .is a man both with looks and with mtqht
Bowling Club l 2 Biology Club 2 3 Riding Club 2
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Why worry about tomorrow
When today IS pleasant?
Homeroom Treasurer 3 Secretarxal Club 4 Home
nomlcs Club 3 4 Italian Club 3 4
ELSIE MARGARET CONSALO
Els as sweet as sweet can be
l-ler laxr complexton xs a beauty to see
Italian Club 3 4 Home Economics Club 3 4
ANDREW THOMAS CORRADO
Touchdown touchdown here comes Andy
On the football held hes really a dandy
0 Homeroom Secretary 2 Monogram Club 2 3 4 Italian
Club 3 4 Footballl 2 3 4 Basketball l Wrestlmq 2 3
Trackl 2 3
LOUIS T CULLEN
God w1ll not love thee less
Because women love thee more
Treasurer Senior Class 4 I-lomeroom Treasurer 2 3 ltallan
Club 3 4 Basketball 3 Baseballl 2 3 4
SINIIHIII A S0
ANGELA LEONA DA GHASSA
She looks most shy
But theres mlschlef m her eye
Dancmq Club 1 2 Glee Culb 3 Music Club
Bhthe and merry she qoes her way
Wxth a laugh and a sm1le for each day
Italxan Club 3 4 Secretanal Club 4 Dancmg Club
MARY RITA DANNA
Its mce to be natural
It you re naturally mce
Dancing Clubl 2 Italian Club 2 3 4 Glee Clu 2 3
Music Club 2 3 4 Bowling Club 2
l awoke one momma
And found myself famous
Clas Presldent l 3 4 Natxonal Honor Society 4 National
Athletxc Society 3 4 Pegasus 1 2 3 4 Student Council
4 Monogram Club 3 4 Latin Award I Italian Award 2
Football 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Tennisl 2 3 4
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Here-'s to the land we love
And the "love we land."
I-'.F.A. 1, Secretary 1: Italian Club 3, 4: Riding Club 3:
Baseball 1. 2, 3, 4.
HELEN MARY DEOLA
One of the quiet souls
Who are the salt of the earth
Homercom V1cePres1dent 1 Homeroom Secretary 2 3
Itahan Club 3 4 Honor Patrol G Trai-hc Squad 3 Secre
tarial Club 3 4 Shorthand Award 2
THOMAS LOUIS DE ROSSI
A ltttle mxschtel by the way
A ltttle fun to splce the day
Itahan Club I 2 Band I 2 Orchestra 2 VlcePres1dent 2
Musxc Clubl 2 Baseballl 2 Track 3 4
EARL WILLIAM DE ZUTTI
Heres a guy what a line'
One whos better 1S hard to fmd
Homeroom Vtce Presxdent 3 Student Councxl 2 3 4 Danc
mg Club 2 Physxcs Club 3 Iunlor Red Cross 4 Treasurer
4 Tennis 2 3 4
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FRANK DI PALMA IR
A boy on whom all can rely
One who s never very shy
Span sh Club 3 Physics Club 3 Football 2
CAROL ANN DONLEY
Dont trouble w1th trouble
T1ll trouble troubles you
Honor Patrol 6. Traftxc Squad 1 2 3 4 Muslc Club 2 3 4
Drum 6 Bugle Club I 2 Treble Clef Club 3 4 Dancing
Club 1 Rtdtng Club 3 Spamsh Club 2
KATHRYN ELEANOR DONN
To be easy m hvmg
Is much of the Joy xn hte
Glee Club 1 Music Club I Ltbrary Councxl 4
In sxlence she moves around
Her wtllmgness IS eastly found
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She s quxte a gal wrth a heart of gold
And as a frlend her loyalty holds
Homeroom President 1 Student Council 2 3 4 Dramatic
Club 3 4 Play 3 French Club 3 4 Secretary 4 Dancing
Club l 2 Honor Patrol 6 Tratttc Squad 3 4 Treble Clel
Club 2 4 Muslc l 2 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Chemistry Club
4 Senxor Play 4 Senior Record 4 Rxdrng Club 3 Dance
Band Vocalrst 4
One who s qulet
But capable of great thmgs
FLORENCE LORRAINE DOWNIE
Its mce to be natural
I1 you re naturally mce
Dancing Club I Drum 6 Bugle Corps l 2 Muslc Club 2
Spamsh Club 3 Secretarial Club 3 4 Treasurer 4 Dra
matic Club 1 2 3 4 Honor Patrol 6 Trathc Squad 2 3 4
Treasurer 3 Hi Spots 4 Basketball l 2 3 4
IOAN C DUFFY
A lxttle work a httle thought
A lot of lun and the day IS done
Dancmg Club l Spanish Club 2 3 4 Biology Club 2 3 4
Dramatnc Club l 2 3 Muslc Club l 2 3 Rldlng Club 3
Twrler I 2 3
ROBERT VERN DUSZ
Esqurres always on the Job
Because rt takes tts styles from Bob
Football 2 Wrestlxng 2 3 4 Monogram Club 3
Club Vice Pres 3 Nat Athletic Society 3 4
CHARLES A ESPOSITO
Always to hrs camera falthful
For hrs wrt were truly grateful
l'llSpots Photographer 2 Dramatic Club 4.
ELEANOR ELAINE EVANGEIJSTA
Chart and Sweet
Glee Club 3 Music Club 3 Bowling Club l Honor Patrol
6 Trathc Squad 3 Danclng Club I
IEANNETTE M FABBRI
ls she so quxet and ciemure7
Maybe but dont be too sure'
Secretarial Club 3 4 President 4 Honor Patrol 6 Traffic
Squad 3: Senior Record 4. Natronal Honor Soclety 4: Glee
Club l, Music Club l: Bowling Club 2.
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'l'o know him is to like him.
Glee Club 2. 3: Bowllnq Club 2. 3: Rldlnq Club 3: Baseball
I. 2. 3: Football 3.
FRANK C. FANUCCI
On the football field or the dancing floor,
Our boy Frankie is sure to score.
Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Monogram Club 3. 4: Italian Club 3. 4.
Vice President 3 4- Boy's Chorus 3 4 Presldent 3 4'
Baseball I 2 3 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Track I 2 3 4
Basketball I 3 4
MAURICE DAVID FEINBERG
To work is to play
To idle is to give life away
French Club 4 Football 2, 3 4 Track 2
ROBERT B FENYVES
'lhe lazy man gets around the sun
As quickly as the busy one
Spanlsh Club 3 Chemistry Club 4 Football 2
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GLADYS R FERRARI
Theres quiet determination hidden
In her quiet ways
Italian Club 2 3 4 Honor Patrol 6 Tralhc Squad
ROBERT I FERRARI
A quiet disposition
Tends to a higher position
Italian Club 4 Future Farmers ol America 1
DONALD LEWIS FINCH
My silence is deceiving
For there is no limit to the things I can achieve
Band l 2 Chemistry Club 4 French Club 3 Monogram
Club 4 Music Club I 2 Physlcs Club 3 Football 3, 4
PHILIP I FINGER
Necessity lor the best ol men
I a little nonsense now and then
Homeroom Vice President 1 2 Homeroom Sec 3 Chemls
try Club 4 French Club 3 Physics Club 3 Sec 3 Rldlnq
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Life to her is lots of fun,
Cares and troubles, she has none.
Bowling Club 2: Dancing Club l. 2: Glee Club 2, 3. 4:
Italian Club 3, 4: Music Club 2. 3, 4: Treble Cle! Club
2, 3, 4.
ROBERT A. FLAIM
Handy with cr qirl, handy with a car,
This boy ought to travel far.
FJ' A. 2 3 Report 2 Italian Club 4.
Why take lrfe serxously?
Youll never leave 1t alive
Dancmq Club l Italian Club 2 3 4 Sec Club 4
EVELYN IOAN FRANK
A quret dlsposrtxon
Soon brmqs forth a hugh posmon
Library Counclll 2 3 4 Sec Club 3
llll MASS 9
Srlence rs great
But speech rs qreater
Chemxstry Club 4 Dramatic Club 1 2 Spanish Club 2
Award l Basketball 1
PHYLLIS TOBYE FREEDMAN
Theres nuscherf m her eye
Danclng Club 1 2 Dramahc Club 2 4 Honor Patrol 6
Trafhc Squad 2 3 4 Musxc Club 1 4 Treble Clel Club 1 4
IOAN ADELE FURLONG
Sxlence IS golden
But who wants to be rush?
Chemlstry Club 4 Dramatic Club 3 French Club 3 Hlspots
1 2 3 Honor Patrol 6 Trafhc Squad 3 Library Councll I
2 Award 2
IOYCE ANN FURY
One of the quxet souls
Who are the salt ol the earth
ltalxan Club 4
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ELMER W. GALBIATI
The world knows little
Who are its greatest men.
Italian Club 3. 4: Physics Club 3: Chemistry Club 4: Senlor
Record 4: ltalian Award 3.
RICHARD EDWARD GARDELLA
He's full of lite, he's full of fun,
'Twould be hard to find a better one.
Italian Club 3, 4.
ROSE MARIE GARRISON
She never has much to say,
But says all in the nicest way.
French Club 4: lunlor Red Cross Club 4.
LOUIS IAMES GIERCYK
Although one thinks him very shy
Look out' Theres a twinkle in his eye
Spanish Club 2 3 4
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EUNICE E GIULIANI
A witty gal with Cr heart of gold
The kind o gal who never grows old
Mount Saint Ioseph Academy 1 2 3 Spanish Club 2
Secretary 3 Latin Club 2 3 Basketballl 2 3
Vineland High School 4 Spanish Club 4 President
Treble Clei Club
SYLVIA V A GRAIFF
Heres a lass whos neat and trim
So lull of grace shes sure to wm
Homeroom Secretary 3 Bowling Club 1 2 Secretarial
Club 3 Vice President 4 Treble Clei Club 1 2 Music Club
2 3 4 Italian Clubl 2 3 4 Twlrlxng 2 3 4
Eyes of hazel heart ot gold
Always carefree never bold
Spanish Club 1 2 Dancing Club 2 Library Council 3
Secretarial Club 3 4
MICHAEL FRANK GUIDA
Despite hlS countless buddies and his air conditioned den'
Spanish Club 2 Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 4 Dance Band
2 3 4 Music Club 1 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4
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Dont trouble wrth trouble
T111 trouble troubles you
Homeroom President 2 Library Councrl 3 4 Treasurer 4
Home Economrcs Club 3 4 Spanish Club 2 4 Dramatic
Club 2 Student Councrl 2
The answer to a teachers plea
To have a dozen as quxet as she
Germantown l-hgh School I 2 3 Journalism Club 3
Lmqurst Club 2 3 Swimming Club 2
Vrneland Hlqh School 4 Spanuh Club 4
Wrtty 1est and frequent smlle
Make a lrrendslnp well worthwhlle
Honor Patrol 6 Traftrc Squad 2 4 Dramatic C
Spanish Club 2 3 4
Thou qurde of Irie and dxscoverer of vzrtue
Homeroom Secretary Treasurer 2 3 Spanish Club 3 4
Physrcs Club 3 Chemistry Club 4 Secretary 4 lunlor
Town Meetmg 3 4 V1cePresrdent 4 Senior Record 4
Natronal Honor .aoclety 3 4 Tenms 2 3 4
EDWARD IOHN HIRSCH
ls there a man who hkes
Somethmq better than woman?
VHS-Class treasurer 1
Paradxse I-hgh-Class Presxdent 2 Basketball 2
Germantown Hrqh History Club 3 President 3
FRED I. HURBAN
I regret that I have but
One heart to qlve to the gxrls
Spamsh Club 2 3 Physics Club 3 Chernlltry 4
Club 4 Baseball I 2 4 Football 3 4
HARRY CLIFFORD HYSON IH
If I had the wings of an angel
Over these prison walls I would have tlown.
Glee Club l President 1- Football 1 2 Track
The day would never end.
Music Club l 3 4- Treble Clel Club l 3 4- Glee Club I
3 4- Secretarial Club 4 Dancing Club 4- ltallan Club
ANGELINA BEVERLY IANETTA
A bard is known by its note-
woman by her talk!
DOROTHY IRENE IENNINGS
A good thing to know
how lrttle we know
Glee Club 1 Honor Patrol G Traitrc Squad 3 4 Spanish
Club l 2 Music Club 1
ETHEL IOAN IOHANSEN
Be s11ent or say somethmq
Better than srlence
Honor Patrol 6 Tral-hc Squad 3 4
SANDRA YVETTE JOSEPH
I love l1fe
And hvznq ts my ambrtron
Dramatrc Club 1 2 3 4 Secretary 3 Honor Patrol 6
Trathc Squad 1 2 3 4 Secretary 3 Presrdent 4 Orchestra
3 Iunior Town Meetrng ol the Arr 3 4 Musxc Club 3
French Club 3 HlSpots1 2 3 4 Edrtorlm Cluel 4 Thalza
1 2 Senior Record 4 Dramahc Club Award 1 Latm
Award l Basketball 1
,Ms .., .,
Hes no angel but who wants
To be one anyway'
New York Latm Club 2 Math Team 3
Vineland High School Physxcs Club 4
ANNA M KASHUBSKI
Blond harr eyes of blue
Dancing Club 1 Bowltnq Club 1 Secretanal Club 2
Baseball 2 3 4
The hand that hath made you faxr
Hath made you good
Homerocm Secretary 1 2 3 4 Class Secretary 3 4 Danc
mg Club 1 Drum G Bugle Corps 1 2 Twrrler 3 4 Secre
tarxal Club 4 Honor Patrol 6 Traflrc Squad 3
MARILYN NAN KOITZ
Years may come and years may ao
But Ill talk on forever
Homeroom V1cePres1dent 1 Homeroom Secretary 2 Dra
mahc Clubl 2 3 4 Thallal 2 3 4 Presrdent 2 3 Vxce
Presldent 4 lst Prrze winner l 2 3 Honor Patrol 6: Traffic
Squad 2 3 4 Spanrsh Club 2 3 V1cePresxdent 3 Chemxs
try Club 4 Iunxor Town Meeting ol the Atr 3 4 Secretary
4 H1 Spots 2 3 4 Senior Play 4 Semor Record 4 Na
tional Honor Socrety 3 4 Presxdent 4 Latm Award l 2
Math Tournament 3
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ADAM E KROELINGER
One who 1011s not but has no wornes
Because of 1t
SHIRLEY M KROELINGER
ls she so shy and demure'?
Naybe but dont be 1oo sure
Bowlmq Club 2 Rxdmq Club 3 Treble Clel Club 3 4
Musxc Club 3 4
ARTHUR l KRONFELD
We wonder how lhe weather IS
Above cur heads where bla Art llV9S
Basketball l, 2, Track 3, 4, Monogram Club 3. 4. Spanish
Club 1, Z Physxcs Club 3 Chemxslry Club 4. V1cePres1
ROBERT GARY KRONHEIM
lr bma or orchfstra we d1d see
Thls soy playlnq fauhfully
Music Club l 2, 3, 4. Band 1, 2, 3. 4, Orcheslrcx 3, 4.
JOHN O KOLIBABA
ls one day of ease too much to borrow?
Rxdinq Club 3 Track 2 Baseball 2 3
.----- CALVIN THOMAS KOLVA
One whos sxlent but one
Whos capable of great thmqs
Homeroom Presxdent 1 Homeroom Vice President 2 3
Secretarial Club 3 Tenms 1
MARION IEAN KOUHOUPT
A buqht smlle and a wmmng way
Help to pass the txme away
,pf Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Dancing Clubl 2 Musxc Clubl 2
me 3 4 Dramauc Club 3 Senior Play 4 Secreianal Club
STEPHEN I KREINCES
Sober but not se-nous
Qu1et but not 1dle
Spamsh Club 3 2 Pegasus 3 4 Semor Play
Music Club 4
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If worry kllls
lll never dle
Dancing Club l Drum 6 Bugle Corps 1 2 Bowling Club
1 2 Honor Patrol 6 Traftnc Squad 3 4 Music Club 1 2
Glee Club 2 Home Ec Club 2 Library Councrl 1
DOROTHY MURIEL KRUYSMAN
In basketball games or m class
Dots a brrqht and skrllful lass
I-'Iomeroom Secretary 1 3 Dancmq Club 1 Spamsh Club
2 3 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Lxbrary Councxl 2 3 4 Secre
tary 3 V1cePresrdent 4 Honor Patrol 6 Trafhc Squad 3
Honor Socxety 3 4 Secretary 4 Chemistry Club 4 Art
Club 4 H1 Spots 2
ISRAEL SAMUEL LAMNIN
Youll have to hve for many a day
To tmd thus lad wrth nothrnq to say
Dramatic Club 1 2 3 4 Pres1dent3 Spanish Club 2 3 4
Counctl 3 4 Honor Patrol 6 Trattrc Squad 3 4 Iumor
Town Meetrnq 4
ELAINE LA ROSA
Heres a g1rl who does her share
Quretly and wxthout arr
Homeroom Presrdent 1 Dramatic Club 1 Dancing Club 2
Musxc Club I 3 4 Treble Clel Club 1 4 Band 3 4
French Club 3 Honor Patrol 6 Traffrc Squad 3 4
DONALD P LAURY
Donrue wxns the golden shrllmq
Because he s always very wrllmq
ELEANOR GLADYS LETTS
Smqmq vorce dancmg eyes
Her comments rare, qrve a surpnse
Dancing Club 1, Bowlmg Club 1: Muslc Club
3. 4 Vice Presxdent 4 Home Economxcs Club
tary 4. Drum 6 Bugle Corps.
GLADYS E LEVARI
Nerthor too careless nor too sad,
Sometlmes studrous, sometrmes bad
Italxan Club 2, 3, 4, Lrbrary Councll 3
1. Art Club
3, 4 Secre
WILLIAM IOSEPI-I LAND
'lhouqh he passed thrs way but once
He shall not be forgotten
Homeroom Pres1dent3 Bandl 2 3 Orchestra 2 3 Dance
Band 2 3 4 Italxan Club 3 Music Club 2 3 Student
Councxl 3 Trumpet Trro 2 3
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Tall and fair, outstanding in the mob,
Ready and willmq on the job.
Dramatic Club 4: Honor Patrol 6 Traflic Squad l, 2, 3:
Library Council 1, 2: Riding Club 1: Spanish Club 1.
RONALD IRWIN LITWACK
Some think the world was made for fun and frolic-
So do I.
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2. 3, 4, Treasurer 3:
Baseball Manager 1: Chemistry Club 4: Senior Record 4
Dramatic Club Play 2.
BARBARA ANN LODGE
Wo k appeals to some people
People appeal to me
Bowling Club 1 Dancing Club 1 2 Glee Club I 2 3 4
Italian Club 4 Music Club 1 2 3 4 Treble Clel Club
ROBERT P LORENZINI
Why hurry today?
Theres strll tomorrow
Italian Club 3 4 Riding Club 3
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She may seem qu1et and de-mure
Maybe but dont be too sure
Bowling Club 2 3 Glee Club 3 Honor Patrol G Trafhc
Squad 3 4 Library Council 3 4 Music Club 3
Her merry and contaqtous qrm
Reveals her happy heart w1th1n
Chemistry Club 4 Dancing Club 1 Dramatic Club l 4
Drum 6 Bugle Corps l 2 French Club 3 4 Honor Patrol
G Traftrc Squad 3 4 Library Council 1 2 3 4 Treasurer
3 Music Club I 2 Senior Play 4 Senior Record 4 Thalxa
3 4 Latin Award I
IOSEPH F MARGHELLA
Royalty doesnt need a crown
Its whats msxde that counts
Homeroom Sec Treas 2 Chemistry Club 4 Dramatic Club
3 Italian Club 3 4 Senior Play 4
It work interferes wlth pleasure
One must awe up work
Italian Club 3 4 Riding Club 3
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She says little
But thinks much.
Drum G Bugle Corps 1, 2: Italian Club 3, 4- Music Club .
Why worry about tomorrow when today is so pleasant
New York Central Commerctal :HI3 Glee Club 1 Honor
MARIE IACQUELINE MASELLI
Ltte mstde ts the thing that bores
Its much more lun to be out of doors
Homeroom Prestdent 2 Vice President 1 Danctnq Club 1
Bowling Club 2 Italtan Club 3 4 Rtdtnq Club 3 Student
Council 1 Library Council 3 Secretarial Club 4
RICHARD EDWARD MASILOTTI
A popular guy with an Olds 98
Youll find htm ne er tn need ol a date
Freshman Class Vtce President 1 Iumor Class Vtce Prest
dent 3 Homeroom Prestdent 1 Student Council 1 4 Vtce
President 4 Nattonal Honor Society 3 4 French Club 3
Treasurer 4 Pegasus 4 Senior Play 4 Record Staff 4
Iersey Boys State 3 French Club Award 2
Life to her ts a lot oi fun
Cares and troubles she has none
Homeroom Vtce President 3 4 Homeroom Treasurer I 2
fm matic Club 1 2 3 4 Bowling Club 1 Spamsh Club l
N..-V THOMAS E MAZZOLA
Nauqht but tennis can keep htm tied down
All see htm smile and never see htm frown
I-lomeroom Treasurer I Band 3 4 Secretary 4 Mustc
Club 3 4 Monogram Club 3 4 Physics Club 3 Treasurer
3 Chemistry Club 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Tennis 2 3 4
ALICE HELEN MCMICKING
Stone walls do not a prison make
Nor tron bars a cell
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Corps 1 2
RUDOLF MECKEL IR
Always ready to help a friend
And rlways on htm you can depend
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Her head is h1qh
But her thoughts are not rn the clouds
Homeroom Vice-Prestdent 3 Home Economics Club 3 4
Treasurer 4 Treble Clet Club 3 4 Riding Club 3 Musxc
Club 3 4 Bowlmg Club 2 Basketball I 2 3 4
BEATRICE A MULEIRO
lf I have to tell them who l am
Then I a1n t'
Dancing Club l Drum G Bugle Corps I 2 Music Club 2
Honor Patrol 6 Trattrc Squad 2 3 4 Spanish Club 2
Secretarial Club 3 4 Hi Spots 4 Library Council 3 Dra
matic Club 4 Basketball 1 3
WILLIAM It MURPHY
Lets have wme women mrrth and laughter
s and soda water the day alter
Spanish Club 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 Vice-Pres1dent3 4
Glee Clubl 2 3 4 V1cePres1dent3 Dance Band 2 3
Music Club I 2 3 4
PATRICIA MARY MUSACCHIA
With eyes that twmkle mernly
To happlness she holds the key
Homeroom President 2 3 Student Council l 2 Italian
Club 3 4 President 4
ADELE A. MBLLOR
Why take lite seriously?
You'll never get out of it alive.
Treble Clei Club 2. 31 4: Music Club 21 3. 4: Home Eco-
nomics Club 3, 4.
If late does not his future mar.
Ralph is bound to travel far.
French Club 3: Chess Club 1: Iunior Town Meeting 3. 4:
Physics Club 3: Chemistry Club 4. Treasurer 4: National
Honor Society 3. 4: Monogram Club 3, 4: Tennis 21 3. 4.
VIVIAN RITA MERIGHI
The lun of hte Just comes her way
Shes always ln a mood thats gay
Honor Patrol 6 Traffic Squad 3 Treble Cle! Club 1
Bowling Club 1 Music Club I 3 Secretarial Club 4
GLADYS ANN MESCHI
Live as lonq as you like
Have all you 11ke as long as you hve
Music Club 1 2 4 Treble Clei Club I 2 4 Dancing Club
1 2 Honor Patrol 6 Trafhc Squad 4 Dramatic Club
Student Council 3 Shorthand Award 2
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Good better best Never let lt rest
Unt1l the good lS better and the better best
Honor Patrol 3 4 Dramatnc Club 4
ELAINE IANET MUSTO
Why take hfe SGflOLISlY7
Youll never get out ahve
Homeroom Vice Presrdent 2 Italian Club 4 Honor Patrol
6. Traflxc Squad 1 Dancmg Club 1 Basketball l 2 3 4
ALEXANDER M NALETKO
It talk were money
l-led be called Iohn D
Monogram Club 4 Track 2 3 4
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IOAN ELIZABETH NUTT
The worlds no better lf We worry
L1leS no shorter 1f we hurry
Musrc Club 1 2 3 Brology Club 2 Dancmg Club I
BARBARA LYNN OSBORN
Some people hke work
I lxke people'
Drum G Bugle Corps 1 2 Musrc Club l 2 Home Economlcs
Club 4 Italian Club 3 4
FREDERICK L OSBORN
A happy smlle for every day
He qmves to all who come hrs way
French Club 3 Physxcs Club 3 Chemistry Club 4 Mono
gram Club 4 Cross Country l Baseball 2 Football 2 3 4
RUSSELL IOSEPH PACE
Happy 15 he from worrles he's free,
Cannot be found another hke thee
Cross Country 1.
Club 3 4 Treasurer 4 Future Farmers of
2 3 4 Vxce President 3 President 4 Baseball
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ORLANDO S PANICO
Nexther too careless nor too sad
Nor too studxous not too had
Hon-Aercm Secretary Treasurer 3 Spanlsh Club 3
Club 4 Track 3
Eat drmk and be merry
For tomorrow we shall dxe
Italian Club 3 4 Baslretball l 2 3
RUTH ELIZABETH PERRY
Omet and demure she IS at school
But what IS she away from rule?
Bowlmq Club l 2 Dancmg Club 1 Lxbrary C
Musxc Club 2 Drum 6 Bugle Corps 1
ROBERT V PERUGINI
Handy wrth a qxrl handy w1th a car
Thxs boy should qo very far
FFA 3 Vxce President 3 Football 1 2
ouncxl 3 4
Baseball 1 2
FRANK A PETTISANI
Some thmk the world was made
For fun and frolxc and so do I
Homeroom Vrce President 3 Physrcs Club 3 ltalxan Club 4
Chemxstry Club 4 Baseball 2 4
DIMITY ELIZABETH PHIFER
It s mce to be natural
I1 you re naturally mce
Lnbrary Councrl 1 2 3 4 President 4 Art Club 2 3 4
Treasurer 2 4 VlcePres1dent 3 Chemistry Club 4 Music
Clubl 2 3 4 Treble CleiClub1 2 Band 3 4 Dramatic
Club 2 3 4 Bnoloqy Club 3 Iunior Red Cross 4 Honor
Patrol 6 Traflxc Squad 3 French Club 4 Senior Play 4
Works hard when he pleases
Relaxes when he feels hke 1t
Homeroom Secretary Treasurer I Spanish Club 3 4 Bale
ball 2 Basketball 1 2 3 4
ALMA M PLACE
Her qracxous ways and sm11es smcere
VV1ll Alma to her frlends endear
Music Club 3 Rrdmq Club 3
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ALVIN BURTON PLACE
Lxfe IS so easy
When you Just s1t back
Rxdlnq Club 3 Future Farmers of Amenca
EDWIN WINFIELD PLATT JR
Well never forget the ime way
I-le portrayed Father m the senror play
Music Club 2 3 4 Boys Glee Club 2 Band
3 4 Orches
tra 4 Bowlxng Club I Track 1 Dancing Club 2 Basketball
1 Senior Play 4
RONALD DEAN PRESTIS
A hkeable fellow certamly
He rates hrqh m gallantry
Baseball 2 3 4 Basketball 4 Riding Club 2 3 Bowling
IEAN BERNICE PRICE
A frrendly qunet qlrl 1S Ie-an
Never norsy never mean
Italian Club 4
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Rosahe always tnes to please
Domq all her work wrth ease
Home Economxcs Club 3 4 Italxan Club 3
CHARLINE DORIS REBER
one day of ease too much to borrow?
MARY KATHLEEN REED
Life is so easy
When you just sit back.
Drum G Bugle Corps 1, 2: Music Club 1, 2.
IOHN F. REHM
Iohnny would walk many a mile
Ii he could dress in the latest style.
ln the struggle lies the glory:
An old but real story.
Homeroom President l. 2. 3: Class Treasurer 1: Physics
Club 3, President 3: Student Council 11 2, 3. 41 President 4:
National Honor Society 3. 4: Chemistry Club 4: State
President N.I.A.H.S.C. 31 4: Baseball 2: Senior Play 4:
Senior Record: Delegate-N.A.S.C.
ALBERT M. ROBINSON
A leader of men,
A follower of women.
Spanish Club 3 Football 1 2 3 4 Wrestling 4
Neat and refined
ln appearance and mind
Dramatic Club 2 3 4 Honor Patrol 61 Trafhc Squad 2
Spanish Club 3 4 Art Club 4
I can l1ve wrthout men
But ld rather not
Bowling Club 1 2 Chemistry Club 4 Dancrno' Club 1
French Club 3 4 Glee Club l Honor Patrol 6 Trattic Squad
3 4 Music Club 1 Riding Club 2 Twlrlmg 2 Latm Award
l 2 NatronalLat1n Award 1 2
Ill! MASS 9
FRED E ROSI
Hrs road ot lrfe will extend far
As long as he can own a car
Band 1 2 Bowling Club 1 2 Boys Glee Club 2 3 Italian
Club 3 Music Club 2 3 Baseballl Track 2 3 Wrestling 3
Merrrly she goes her way
Smiling and laughing every day
Dramatic Club 2 3 4 Honor Patrol 6 Traffic Squad 4
Library Council 3 4
GEORGE DONALD SAUL
My regret rs that I have but one heart
To grve to the grrls
Monogram Club 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Football 3
SARAH IANE SCARPA
Musrc hath charms
So does Sarah
Homeroom Treasurer 2 Bowhnq Club l Music Club 2 3 4
Secretarial Club 4 Twxrlxng 1 2 3 4
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THOMAS EDWARD SEVERS
A hght heart wxthm prevalls
Whlch ne er by darkness IS curtalled
Football 2 3 4
A little nonsense now and then
ls relished by the best of men.
Snyder High School-Debating Club .
Vineland High School-Spanish Club 2 3.
MAUREEN H SHEPPARD
Everything comes to those who wait
But who wants to wait?
Treble Clef Club l 2 3' Music Club 1 2
Drum 6 Bugle Corps l 2
3' Ar Club 1
VALERIA I. Sl-IIELDS
A smile she has for one and all
Enjoying the game of volley-ball.
Egg Harbor High-Glee Club 1 2- Spanish Club 2- Volley
B l 2 3
IOHN E SCHELDT
Good nature shxnes 1n hrs face
Because of thls he ll Wm l1fes race
LEE C SCHNEIDER
A qunet lad
Whose nature varles httle
Homeroom Vlce Presldent 2
PAUL EDWARD SCHWARZE
The better of thxs person quret and kmd
ls someone very hard to hnd
Future Farmers of America 3 4
Wxth tanr haxr of qleamlng red
Rest assured shell get ahead
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Treble Clei Club l Music Club l Spamsh Club 2 Italian
ALBERT IAMES SICILIANO
Slrck rs not the type to shrrk
From anythmq except homework
Futura Farmers ol Amenca 2 3 4 Vxce President 4 Treas
ln the held of sports he made hrs name
No doubt hell do so rn L1fes Game
Spamsh Club 3 Maonoqram Club 2 3 4 Basketball l
Football 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4
BERTHA IOSEPHINE SMITH
Quret amrable good at sports
Twrll be recerved at any port
Treble Clet Club 3 Musrc Club 3 Home Economics Club
3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4
MILDHED S SMITH
Sweet Grrl our Mxclqe cr trxed frrend true
I-las ever a smcere smrle for you
Homeroom Presldent 2 3 Student Councxl l 2 3 4 Sec
retary 4 Natronal Honor Society 3 4 French Club 3
Dramatic Club 1 Treble Clel Club 1 2 Music Club 1 2
3 4 Chemlstry Club 4 Dancmg Clubl Twrrlmq 2 3 4
Semor Record 4 Semor Play 4 Representatrve Grrls State
GLORIA LORRAINE BERNICE SNIPES
Suqor and sptce and very mce
Italian Club 3 Glee Club 3 Music Club 3 Basketball
IOSEPH H SNYDER IR
An angel srnqmq G hymn
Would sound rcrspy next to Irm
Boys Double Quartet 3 4 Boys Glee
Chorus 3 4 Muslc Club 3 4
DOROTHY ELNORA SPONG
Eyes of blur hnrr of blond
A pleasant plcture to gaze upon'
Lxbrary Councxl 4 Secretarial Club 4
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from El me theres not or p
Music Club 2 3 Treble Clef Club 2 3
Club 3 4 All State
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May all his future victories,
Be as honorable and skillful as his past.
Homeroom Vice-President 1: Music Club I, 2: Monogram
Club 3. 4. Vice-President 4: Football 1. 2, 4: Track 1, 2.
Life may be a bowl of cherries
But guess who always gets the pits
I-Iomeroom Vice President 1 Music Club I 2 3 4 Band
1 2 3 4 Vice President 4 Orchestra 4 President 4 Na
tional Afhletlc Society 3 4 Spanish Club 3 Wrestling 1
2 4 Basketball 4 Track 3 4 Baseball! 2
RONALD WALTER SWANSON
Beware of the man who does not talk
And the dog that does not bark
French Club 3 Physics Club 3 Dance Band Band
President 4 Tennis 2 3 4
TUNE LOIS THIERRY
l have two ears and one tongue
In order to hear more and speak less
Dancing Club I
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IOHN PAUL THORNBORROW
The woods are full of trees the sea of fish
The thmg I want is women Thats a manly wish
1-Iomeroom Secretary 2 Treasurer 3 Cheerleader 3 4
Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Library Council 3 4 Music Club
MARIO IOSEPI-I TOMEI
honor is not won
Senior Class Vice President Homeroom Vice Presrdent 2
Secretaryl Bandl 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 Musrc Club 2
3 4 Vice President 4 Dance Band 2 3 4 Student Council
3 4 Chemxstry Club 4 National Honor society 3 4 Vice
President 4 Italian Club 4 Basketballl 2 3 4
GREGORY V TORCHIO
A football man hes noted for
Plus winning ways that top his score
Treasurer Horneroom 1 2 3 Honor Patrol G Traffic Squad
4 National Athletic Honor Society 2 3 4 Monogram Club
2 3 4 Secretary 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Baseball I 2 3
l silence is worth gold
She is richer than the kmgs of old
Dancing Club 1 2 Italian Club 1 2
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Well say for her wxthout decett
Shes qentrle kxnd and always sweet
Homeroom Vice President 3 Treble Clef Club I 3 Music
Club 1 4 Dancxnq Club 1 French Club 3 4 Honor Patrol
6 Trai-hc Squad 3 4 Natxonal Honor Socxety 4 Latxn
Award I 2
ANGELINA A VALLETTA
A httle nonsense now and then
ls relxshed by the best of them
National Honor Socrety 3 4 Treble Clel Club 1 2 3 4
Musxc Club l 2 3 4 Secretanal Club 3 4 Dancxnq Club
I 2 Honor Patrol 6 Trafhc Squad 3 Student Councxl
Bulletxn Chairman 4
Wxtty Jest and ltke-able smrle
Make a man whos well worthwh1le
Monogram Club 3 4 Football l 2 3
ANNA MARIE VEHRA
Precxous thtnqs from
Small packages come
Home Economxcs Club 3. 4. ltaltan Club 3. 4, Secretarial
PHYLLIS ELIZABETH TRIVELLI
She rs full of lrfe and lull of lun
Twould be hard to hnd a better one
Homeroom Secretary 1 Homeroom Treasurer 3 Honor
Patrol G Trattrc Squad 3 Spamsh Club 2 Library Council
2 3 Secretanal Club 3 4 Senior Record Secretary 4
Usherette 4 Commencement Usherette 3
One whos happy and carefree
Whose frtendly ways are llkecl by me
Homeroom Presxdent 1 Homeroom V1cePres1dent 2 FF A
1 Preszdent 1 Monogram Club I 2 Football 1 2 3
Wrestlmg 1 2 Baseball l
ANGELE P TRUCANO
When one has pep and vxm
One cannot help but Wm
Homeroom Vxce Presxdent4 Cheerleaderl 2 3 4 Captain
4 Musnc Club 1 Italian Club 2 3 4 Riding Club 3
Dancing Club 1 Bloloqy Club 4
Wxth such a grace shes sure to Wm
Spanish Clubl 2 Basketball 1 2 3
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From Oregon she came one day
And we hope shes here to stay
Dramatic Club 4 Music Club 4 Orchestra 4 Secretary 4
Always quiet always klnd
I-ler better would be hard to Imd
Glee Club l Music Club 1 H1 Spots 2 3 4 French Club
2 Honor Patrol 6 Trafhc Squad 3 4 Dramatic Club
Chemistry Club 4
THEODORE ROBERT WINTERBURN
Ted never argues'
He Just tells you
Homeroom President l French Club 4 Vice President 4
Monogram Club 3 4 Student Council 4 Treasurer 4
National Athletic Honor Society 3 4 Art Club l Latin
Award 2 3 Wrestlxngl 2 3 4 Football 2 3 4 Baseball2
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EDWARD L VIANO
Eddie s a boy who s lots of fun
I-Ie makes lite gay for everyone
Vice President Ir Homeroom Bowling Club I Italian Club
GLORIA JOYCE VICK
Shes bhthe friendly cooperative gay
In other words shes OK
Dancmg Club 1 Bowling Club 1 Drum 61 Bugle Corps 1
Secretarial Club 4 Music Club l
A good thing to know
I how little we really know
Future Farmers oi America 3
DORRIS IANET WARREN
All great women are dymg
I feel Iamt myself
Dramatrc Club 1 2 3 4 Honor Patrol 6 Traffic Squad 2 3
4 Vice President 4 Band l 2 V1cePres1dent 2 Orchestra
Honor Society 3 4 Treasurer 4 Thalra l 2 3 4 Honor
able Mentron 2 3 Secretary Treasurer 3 4 Iunxor Towr
Meeting 3 Hr Spots 2 3 4 Spanish Club 3 4 Chemist
Club 4 Senior Record Staff 4 Ed1tor1nChie! 4 Senro
Class Play 4 Latin Award 1 2 Manager Girls Basketbal
Squad 2 3 4
CATHERINE E YACOVELLI
I Itnd getting into mzschlef easy,
But its too hard to get back out
Italian Club 2. 3. 4. Glee Club 2 Dancing Club 1. Drum G
Bugle Corps 1. Music Club l, 2, 3.
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Hrs smrle Charmmq
Hrs manner Drsarmmg
Band 1 2 Spanish Club 2 3 Baseball 1 Football 3
DORIS ROSE ZANI
Eat drmk and be merry
For tomorrow who knows?
Homeroom Secretary 1 Dancmg Club 1 Home Economics
Sober but not serxous
Qu1et but not zdle
Dramatrc Club 4 Honor Patrol 6 Tralhc Squad 4
These form a team thats hard to fmd
Actxve body and actrve mmd
Bowlmg Club 1 2 Dancmq Club 2 Honor Pa
Squad 3 Basketball I 2
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GEORGE R ZORZI
Beware of those we thmk to be
The mild and quiet souls.
Band 2: FFA. 1 2, 3. 4 Secretary 4.
LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Sesdelli. Sec.: Mr. Krepl.
Advisor: R. Filippi. Pres.: F. Spicer. Vice Pres.:
E. Lemenne. Trees.
LEFT TO RIGHT: W. DeWinne, Sec.: D. Dendree.
E. Wheatley. V. Pres.: Mr. Robinson. cless
LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Como, Pres.: B. Mikytuk.
Trees.: A. Peitiseni. Sec.: Mrs. Adamo. cless
L. to R. Row 1: R. Filippi, Sec.: R. Abati, Pres.
Miss Adamo: A. Copesticlr. V. Pres.: B. DeBiaso.
'l'reas.: Row 2: R. DePalma: V. Paladino: C.
Ober: G. Sonnerield: G. Montana: R. Capabi-
anco: I. DeMaio: Row 3: F. Basile: B. Bress:
K. Florentine: R. Brooks: R. Scavelli: E. Adams:
I. DePalma: Row 4: A. Cerione: H. Curley: F
Belli: B. Castiglionl: R. Donato: I. Collins.
Though the boys ol Mlllvllle High School
Love the orange and the blue:
And the sturdy lone of Brldgeton
To the red and white are true:
We will cheer for dear old Vineland.
The school we'll love lor aye.
For all her Ions are loyal
To her colors. Red and Gray.
L. to R. Row 1: H. Masilotti: F. Fremanis. Sec.:
C. Forbes. Pres.: Mr. Arnade: I. Abramson, V.
Pres.: F. Hornaclr: I. Vassallo: Row 2: B. Mayer-
ield: E. Kahn: P. Minor: R. Tolscer: F. Reaves:
E. Menxoni: B. Merlghi: H. Marx: Row 3: M.
Plonshak: G. Pollex: R. Noon: I. Neirton: G
Iames: G. Melich: F. Kershner: Row 4: H. Atkin
son: I. Mader: E. Schaper: R. Meyer: M. Novarin
L. to R. Row 1: I. Trapani: I. Sanger: F. Spicer.
Pres.: R. Smith, Sec.: M. Rizzo: Row 2: K. To-
masso: N. Mohan: A. Fresne: R. Belmont: K.
Smith: H. Ravitz: E. Steelman: E. Castellani:
P. Weinberg: Row 3: T. Wernicofl: E. Webster:
M. Tepper: C. Underwood: R. D'Ottavio: E. Taor-
mina: M. Silva: Row 4: I. Schmutz: B. St. Aubyn:
G. Lapaire: E. Riley: F. Taylor: D. Sarnoil: B.
L. to R. Row 1: W. Lyons, Sec.: E. Boston. Pres.
Mr. Krapi: M. Martinelli, V. Pres.: D. Brunozzi
Treas.: Row 2: I. Vannelli: R. Constantine: D
Santaqata: I. Abriola: D. Kornbluh: I. Hannum
I. Andersen: I. Halterty: Row 3: G. Cosh: W
Iaggers: A. Lilla: R. Brunetta: D. Lewis: W
Cavagnaro: B. Danslry: A. Santaro: Row 4: E
R. Donato: L. Aldrich: I. Greiner: R. Boston: P
L. to R. Row 1: I. Lambert: R. Robinson. Sec.:
B. Johnson, Pres.: Mrs. McMicking: R. Lisi. V
Pres.: E. Devlin. Treas.: R. DeStefano: Row 2:
I. DiPersia: S. Liberati: I. Cavagnaro: A. Fras-
nelli: I. Martin: L. King: M. Mills: R. Smith: M.
Russell: Row 3: R. Otto: I. Silvidio: F. Hines:
W. Mulder: S. Agrons: S. Hoytash: A. Bricolo:
V. Cesare: I. Viana: Row 4: I. Mozitis: F. Golden-
berg: S. Wainwright: A. Hammerstedt: C. Garri-
son: I. Ward: I. Bagliani: L. Goldhatt.
L. to R. Row 1: C. Wisswasser, Sec.: V. Sapello.
Pres.: Mrs. Markham: C. Dutra. V. Pres.: P. Lan
kin, Treas.: Row 2: A. Vicari: I. Kolibaba: M.
Taminini: E. Bardfeld: M. Hertzman: I. Iohnson:
P. Zimmerman: M. Green: Row 3: B. Montgomery:
M. Wright: P. Tomasso: D. Rudnesky: l. Hose:
G. Perry: A. Vassalotti: A. Diehl: I. Brunetta:
Row 4: I. Hart: P. Monoca: G. Gamba: B. Briggs:
I. Creamer: M. Smith: M. Folina: M. Fleishner.
L. to R. Row 1: J. Girone: L. Carlson, Sec.: M.
Conto, V. Pres.: Miss Muliord: B. Nani, Pres.:
M. Kelley. Treas.: D. LaValle: Row 2: A. Scarpa:
D. Leopold: H. Gottney: D. Weinberg: D. Oliver:
R. Ayres: R. Costello: D. Lederer: I. Quigley:
D. Matalucci: Row 3: I. Berti: M. Desiere: B.
Bonanno: I. Green: L. Hardie: C. Dubivsky: M.
Van Note: R. Whitman: P. Smead: I. Kagan: L
DeVelde: M. Binstock: G. Martinelli: R. Schmickel-
.SOIQA OIT! orefi
L. to R. Row 1: P. Green: K. Donato, Treas.: I.
Cascarella. Pres.: Miss Epstein: A. Kaplan, V.
Pres.: G. Hai-mer: A. Priest: Row 2: P. Buglio:
D. Procaccino: D. Steelman: B. Still: N. Szeur-
zenko: L. Puccio: M. Abruscato: I. Nanone: Row
3: I. Volke: M. Tonetta: I. Meckel: A. Koenig:
I. Shapier: S. Bullock: B. Ewing: B. Ioseph: S.
Sirott: S. Scribner: Row 4: M. Von Reuter: D.
Rossi: L. Ploucher: S. Emmanuel: L. Roshnowa:
C. Smart: M. Smaniotto: L. Sayres: P. Basehove:
Belrier: R. Ordile.
Mrs. Weylrnan: B. Hartsell, V. Pres.: I. Donoflio
Treas.: Row 2: Rothschild: A. Kumfert: M
WCY2 I- Musdcchiar C. Derechinsky: Row 4: C
Arpino: S. Babbitt.
Oh. the four brief years of high school
On the fleeting wings of time
Bear us on to fields of vision.
Where we scale new heights sublime:
Mid our pleasures. cares and sorrows
As we toil from day to day.
Let us cheer for Vineland High School
And her Colors. Red and Gray.
L. to R. Row 1: M. Wolff: M. Sasdelli, V. Pres.:
Mrs. O'Kane: I. Galan. Sec.: S. Kupslry. Treas.:
Row 2: R. Lynch: I. Provenzano: B. Tabor: E.
Sicilisno: S. Angle: I. Cook: E. Lamanna: R.
Werder: Row 3: L. Freimanis: P. Schroder: I.
Brown: I. Bergamo: I. Pinotti: H. Hnidowicz: H.
L. to R. Row 1: C. Girard, Sec.: S. DeMatte. Pres -
Barbaglia: D. Bisaquino: R. Branch: I. Cathro:
M. Lonzetta: Row 3: I. Goldenberg: G. Pierson:
H. Seeds: E. Brostman: S. Campbell: M. Hgllq.
I.. to R. Row 1: I. Peek: R. Vernal: I.. Tramon-
tana: E. Wheailey. Pres.: Mr. Lipariiio: F. Dan-
drea. Sec.: L. Lamnin: V. Torchio: Row 2: C.
Frank: C. Grace: G. Carini: R. Sayell: B. Thomas:
A. Schmickel: B. Williams: Row 3: D. Rudolph:
P. Grossi: G. Richmond: M. Zirin: I.. Moraielli:
I.. to R. Row l: M. Kambcm: M. Sbrana. Sec.
W. DeWinne. Pres.: Mrs. Marulii: D. Dandrea
V. Pres.: B. Vaughn. Treas.: I. Tirrell: Row 2
I. Meriqhi: G. DeGroot: V. Marandino: N. Rial:
C. Verderose: M. Clark: I. Sasdelli: P. Doust:
B. Rubart: Row 3: B. Sieelman: G. Russo: I
Zaak: M. Malench: K. Lelli: M. Nanni: M. Salotti:
C. Sponq: M. Rogers: Row 4: C. Medio: M. I-lamil
ion: T. Zatzariny: I. Wagner: H. Swili: I. Tro-
varello: B. Reed.
L. lo R. Row 1: I. Malatesia: E. Musto. Sec.: F
DiLeonardo. Pres.: Mr. Gai-della: I. Greenblait
V. Pres.: G. Levari. Treas.: C. Carano: Row 2
R. Moss: I. Leanzo: D. Giacomoni: I. Fiocchi: S.
Marcucci: E. Thomson: R. Lenton: W. Harker:
W. Walsh: Row 3: A. Kershner: L. Grotti: E.
Hunt: M. Marcus: R. Freda: R. Kouhoupt: B.
Biuni: F. Champion: Row Ii: R. Finch: G. Kou-
delis: E. Nordberq: D. Keen: A. Perino: C. Mar-
cus: C. Hennis.
L. io R. Row 1: S. Kruclz: R. Perretii, Treas.: M.
DePasquale, Pres.: Miss Lascari: S. Oliva, V.
Pres.: A. Eckel. Sec.: V. Fleming: Row 2: B.
White: E. Mallesi: C. Sciarretla: P. Koheler: B.
Buck: R. Ferrari: M. Marino: Row 3: L. Regenelli:
V. Goiiredi: C. Drogo: D. Keepier: O. Kemenash:
G. Donoflio: N. Iohnson: H. Priicheti: Row 4: I.
Bucklekamp: G. Buckholz: B. Garton: B. Musto:
J. Derr: B. Cruver.
L. to R. Row l: G. Stiqnani: C. Martinelli, Treas.:
K. Bracco, Pres.: J. Clark. V. Pres.: R. lppolito.
Sec.: S. Welch: Row 2: S. Baer: I. Matlin: I.
Arthur: F. White: R. Scott: E. Smith: l. Anderson:
Row 3: I. Dea: H. Westog: I. Burdick: P. Serrian:
A. Battersby: L. Alvord: V. Whiting: Row 4:
D. Giddinqs: D. May: R. Dreyer: I. Caletuii.
L. to R. Row l: R. Becker: R. Krause: B. Bineri
Sec.: Mr. Robinson: B. Feltes, Pres.: A. Rolando:
R. Mastrangelo: Row 2: I. Feltes: F. Pruno: A
Monostra: I. Schwarceberq: P. Ottenheimer: H.
Mathews: E. Ross: Row 3: G. McKee: C. Ciraoli:
I. Cohen: W. Chamberlain: I. Marino: P. Rasmus-
sen: Row 4: A. Cotler: M. Pender: H. Dyess: C.
Schubert: I. Corsiqlia: A. Corsiglia.
L. to R. Row 1: M. Bower: I. Dibiaso: D. Seel-
man. Sec.: R. Bascone, Pres.: Mr. Minifri: I.
Braun. V. Pres.: M. Caprice. Treas.: Row 2: E.
Gerg: E. Durham: R. Gleisberg: P. Ardito: D.
Deola: P. Deola: R. Brooks: A. Kasko: H. Grit-
tith: A. Benvenuti: Row 3: I. Berman: R. Capo:
R. Faqotti: G. Bear: K. Stratton: F. Bosco: S.
Ruqa: I. Battaglia: S. Erriclrson: Row 4: F.
Baker: M. D'Addato: R. Brown: F. Barrale: I.
L. to R. Row 1: E. Cervini: G. Gruccio. Sec.:
C. Tarabbif. Pres.: Miss Ostrander: R. Vernal
V. Pres.: L. Wright: V. Strozylc: Row 2: L. Zulker:
S. Campanella: R. Parenti: P. Vicari: I. Rose
mont: B. Densten: I. Scarpa: S. Pokorny: Row 3
L. Robbins: P. Usyk: C. Vastano: V. DeLuca: I
Sciaretta: H. Marciano: I. Stevens: R. Robinson:
Row 4: W. Horris: A. Rehmann: I. Wozunk: R
Maychak: R. Wyckoff: R. Kassner: I. Farrow
L. to R. Row 1: C. Oliva: M. Baker. V. Pres.:
R. Conto. Pres.: Mrs. Adamo: C. Barrett. Treas.:
I. Edwards. Sec.: M. Gorgo: Row 2: R. Romeo:
E. Parker: B. Kroelinger: R. Garofalo: M. Sileo:
C. Harris: I. Van Kraanen: E. Moore: E. Noon:
Row 3: B. Smith: G. Nitsche: M. Scott: E. Swyder-
sky: I. Gatto: E. Koenig: P. Finch: I. Ziegler: B.
Souders: D. Henry: Row 4: P. Coenen: B. Pettit.
M. Vit: E. McSherry: G. Litwaclz: R. Botbyl: A.
Evans: L. Franks.
I.. to H. Row 1: P. Hines: A. DeFelice, Sec.: I.
Sasdelli. Pres.: Mrs. Shorten: M. Hofstetter. V.
Pres.: M. Irons, Treas.: E. Fromm: Bow 2: M.
Senise: A. Yore: T. Wood: M. Grillo: C. Per-
nazza: E. Porreca: A. Antonelli: P. Cione: Row
3: D. Miler: G. Salla: H. Albrecht: C. Kalma-
nowitz: B. Foote: C. Roth: M. Mead: M. Morgan:
DeBellis: P. Weber: S. Goldblum: M. Camp.
Willis: I. Schwartz: M. Rohrbach: Row 3: I
When the dreams oi youth are over.
And our race is almost run:
When from life all care we've banished.
Finished what we've here begun:
May our fondest memories wander
To the place we love always,
That is dear old Vineland High School
With her colors. Red and Gray.
Row 4: H. Wheeler: M. Silver: P. Behling: M.
L. to R. Row 1: G. Beale. Treas.: A. Unsworth.
Pres.: Mr. Speicher: D. Testa. V. Pres.: F. Win-
held, Sec.: Row 2: W. Newcomb: A. Trivelli:
I. Mahoney: R. Ridgway: H. Still: L. Sartori: W.
Troxell: T. Fox: F. Cline: I. Woschenko: R.
Swanson: J. Beller: R. Shaw: R. Paterno: E.
I.. to R. Row 1: E. DePalma: B. Ferretti: I. Haars.
Sec.: R. Oqbcrn. V. Pres.: Miss Czaplichi: L.
Feinberg, Pres.: R. Guidetti, Treas.: I. Hoivs:
M. Darqan: Row 2: B. Bowman: I. Fischer: G.
I.aManna: H. Campregher: K. Lilley: B. Thomas:
V. White: S. Wonq: I. Dawson: B. Brode: Row 3:
M. Hiqbee: I. Pace: S. Cheeseman: M. Tobolslzi:
V. Mazzola: P. Pacher: R. Miller: I. Lonzetta.
Row 4: K. Prospero: I. Bisacquino: S. Tobolslri:
L. Pandollo: R. Myers: D. Wichner.
l.. to R. Row 1: P. Testa: P. Droqo: P. Cline. Sec.:
R. Sabbatino. Pres.: Miss A. Dallago: L. Koch.
V. Pres.: R. Goldberg. Treas.: Y. Irion: M. Vas-
saloili: Row 2: K. Gallo: L. Desiere: L. Westcott:
D. Mato: C. Oronato: I. Leonetti: M. Trongone:
I. Tonielli: M. Pace: I. Foss: A. Ronchetti: Row 3:
E. Botterill: K. Munn: D. Maselli: A. Dougherty:
C. Sayell: N. Still: I. Reisman: P. Morro: G.
Robinson: Row 4: M. Graham: L. Smith: G. Hau-
ser: E. Laboda: E. Joslin: K. Smith: I. Merlock.
L. to R. Row 1: B. Hamburger: A. Pettisani. Sec.:
C. Knaub, Pres.: Mrs. Donaghay: N. Turner. V.
Pres.: B. Castelli, Treas.: A. Bechtold: Row 2:
C. Lammin: R. Stien: M. Freimarlt: C. Berkowitz:
I. Silver: A. Caterina: N. Whitman: C. Farside:
H. Finberg: Row 3: M. Nuttal: C. Van Lier: D.
Temple: I. Ioseph: S. Bardleld: P. Wyckoff: E.
Fenili: S. Houck: A. Nicholson: M. Sinclair: Row
4: R. Ney: P. Shafer: L. Lihn: I. Newman: N.
Korii: N. Baardsen: M. Spiesz: I. Piccioni: I.
L. to R. Row 1: L. Careqnato: E. Figueroa, Sec.:
D. Fagan. Pres.: Mr. Goodier: H. Pio, V. Pres.:
E. Creamer, Treas.: E. Berg: Row 2: V. Maurice:
E. Esposito: G. Robinson:iW. Barsuqlia: E. Fox:
B. Iohnson: I. Bieriq: S. Merloclz: R. Lewis: Row
3: E. Seelman: I. Chrzanowslzi: I. Bresciano: S.
Papush: A. Weinerman: P. Lorentz: X. Wied-
L. to R. Row 1: I. Jacobshon: A. Friedman: P.
Reed. Pres.: Mr. Krouse: R. Mikytuck, V. Pres.:
G. Cavaqnaro. Treas.: A. D'Ippolito: Row 2: R.
Labriola: F. Popp: W. Burch: S. Lindsey: G.
Bartmer: D. Iohnsion: F. Fry: Row 3: R. Slanley:
B. Zaak: G. Kohn: I. Dallett: R. McMahan:
Feder: B. Wilson.
L. to R. Row 1: V. Archetto: E. Harper. Treas.:
G. Roth. V. Pres.: Mr. Nasser: T. Kolva. Pres.:
L. Stiqqle, Sec.: W. Walter: Row 2: H. Clark:
E. Beres: R. Flieschner: D. Harmon: I. Taylor:
W. Ravior: M. Thompson: R. Shadinqer: Row 3:
C. DuBois: G. Sharwell: F. Bagliani: I. Pace: I.
Shield: C. Curcio: M. Mininberq: Row 4: U. Cru-
dele: W. Sahms: C. Clark: R. Burrows: R. Miller:
I.. lo R. Row 1: F. Graham: V. Prisinzano, Treas.:
R. Buck, V. Pres.: E. Rush. Pres.: R. Vernal: F.
Capabianco: A. Di Grigorio: Row 2: G. Coyle:
R. Reynolds: I. Molino: B. Cuilla: R. Vai: H.
Harris: E. Wilson: D. Tomasso: Row 3: G. Herlz:
R. Davis: A. Whiiaker: O. Bennetl: R. Parsons,
F. Varallo: W. Loudance: R. Pindale: I.. Lash-
ley: B. Markman.
L. to R. Row 1: E. Rimann: F. Russell. Sec.:
R. Ruberli, V. Pres.: Mr. Starkey: I. Shaw, Pres.:
N. Marniero: G. Pitel: Row 2: A. Scarpa: R.
Tamanini: R. Cedams: R. Rosenberg: A. Trevar-
ihen: A. Waldinder: T. Magor: F. Tudisco: F
Granato: Row 3: T. Uber: M. D'Pasquale: C
Spong: E. Davis: D. Charlson: B. Kupilian: R
Muser: I. Kaiser: I. Leislner: I. Fairhurst.
FIRST ROW--Left to Right-M. Conto, Bulletin Ill.: T. Winterburn. Treas.: R. Masilolti.
Delegates Mnsilotti, Smith. Dougherty.
Ridofi. and Miss Stemberg depart for
V. Pres.: Miss R. Sternberg:
E. Ridolii. Pres.: M. Smith. Sec.: A. Valetta. Bulletin Chairman. SECOND ROW-G. Meschi: N. Basile: K. Bracco
C lr R S bbatino: F. Barber: I. Sasdelh: V.
M. DePasquale: B. Iohnson: R. Conto: C. Knaub: I.. Feinberg: I. oo : . a
Sapello. THIRD ROW-P. Reed: E. Boston: R. Bascone: R. Abati: D. Masilotti: B. Feltes: C. Tarabbio: M. Tomei.
E. Wheatley. D. Fagan: T. Kolva: E. Thomas. FOURTH
ROW-F. DiI.eionardo: A. Unsworth: S. Lamnin: S. DeMatte:
h C F b P D'Arri o: I. Dougherty: G. Cascarella: F. Spicer: R. Smith: R. Filippi.
A. Gregory: E. Rus : . or es: . q
The Student Council is one ot the most use-
ful and respected organizations in Vineland High
School. Its members are elected annually and
each homeroom is represented in the Council.
The Vineland Student Council is under the
capable direction of Miss Rose Sternberg, who
has been very active in all Student Council activi-
ties in both Vineland and throughout the state.
The meeings of the Student Council are
held each Thursday morning and at this time,
any problems which have come up are discussed
in an informal manner. Each person at the meeting
may present his own opinions and ideas to the
group, and a reasonable conclusion to the prob-
lem at hand is always a certainty. After the dis-
cussion, the ideas presented are put into the form
ot a bulletin which each homeroom receives on
Monday morning. In this way, the entire school
is always in close contact with the work of the
council. The bulletins are then discussed in all
homerooms and ideas are taken to Student Coun-
cil by the representatives in the form ot sugges-
tions and proposals.
By this student representative system, Vine-
land High School has been able to maintain one
of the finest student government organizations in
The Student Council began its activities
with an assembly in October, at which time the
officers and representatives were introduced to the
student body. The next major activity was the
sale of booster buttons, school emblems, and plas-
tic book covers in the school colors.
Elio Ridolfi, president of the V.H.S. Student
Council, was also the 1951 president of the
N.I.A.H.S.C., and he conducted the two main con-
ferences at Pemberton and New Brunswick. After
the conferences, the council started a safety and a
clean-up campaign which proved very successful.
The Red Cross, T.B., and March of Dimes drives
were met with great enthusiasm by the entire
student body, and a very substantial sum was
From the above, we can readily see just
how full the yearly schedule of the Student Coun-
cil is, and also the great job which the Council
Angie and Margie get together on the bulletin
Before attempting to drill tor oil, the serv-
ices of many technicians must be emploved TO
study the situation and to make plans. So it
is with the Record Start. Mr. Milton Karnmer,
the chiet engineer, must employ a staft who
will decide on the theme ot the book and work
on the layout, the balloting, the photography,
the advertising, and the Writing. Many hours
are spent by the start, each committee on its
own specialized area, so that the drilling may
be more successful. Ot course, the organiza-
tion would not be complete Without the services
oi Mr. Iohn Lehocky and Mrs. Anna Markham.
Mr. Lehocky must schedule the pictures of the
seniors and all other photography so that the
photographing does not interrupt the school
schedule, and he must see that everything runs
smoothly. Without funds, a yearbook would
be an impossibility. Mrs. Markham very cap-
ably handles all financial transactions, and it
is Mrs. Markham's staff who sell ads tor the
yearbook. It is not an easy job to publish a
yearbook, but with the excellent cooperation
aiiorded by the Record Staff, the 1952 drilling
is sure to be a success.
FIRST ROW-Left to Right--R. Masiiotti: D. Warren: Mr. Kcmmer: S. Bcrsky: E. Ridolii. SECOND
ROW-M. Koitz: S. Ioseph: M. Mcxrdas: M. Buglio: R. Castelluni: M. Bozorth. THIRD ROW-P.
Triveili: J. Dougherty: B. Brcxunstein: I. Fabbri: M. Smith. FOURTH ROW-R. Litwuck D. Burdick:
E. Galbicxti: R. Hiiman: T. Winter-burn.
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Literary Editor ....
Sports Editor .....
Senior Section ....
. . .Sonya Barsky
. . . .Nancy Basile
Business Secretary ..... ..... P hyllis Trivelli
. . Rita Castellani
Advertising Manager. . . . .... Ronnie Litwack
. . . .Ieanette Fabbri
We need more money.
What do you think?
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FIRST ROW-Left to Right-E. Bardleld: I. Cook: S. Angle, Co-Editor: Mrs. O'Kane: Mrs. Shorten: S. Ioseph. Editor
in-Chief: I.. Carlson: P. Schroeder. SECOND ROW-S. Scribner: I. Sasdelli: S. Barsky: D. Weinberg: B. Muleiro:
E. Thomas: F. Downie: E. Lamanna: M. Sbrana: M. Koitz: D. Warren. THIRD ROW-S. Liberati: R. Werder: M. Hertz
man: B. Ioseph: E. Brotmcm: L. Goldhaft: L. Wigglesworth: I. Donaflio: I. Iohnson. FOURTH ROW-C. Wisswaes
ser: C. Dubivsky: I. Wagner: A. Gregory: I.. Temple: B. Braunstein.
The best news first! That's the motto oi
the school publication, Vineland Hi-Spots. EDU095 Y Joseph
Each day staff members of Hi-Spots are 50n'l'o Aggie
seen listening attentively here cmd there so as SYMO OR
to give the students an accurate account ot the NEWS EDS-orlSOh
happenings Qt V.H.S. Linnea Y
Was it the announcement of the class PHOTOGRAPFGMQ
plaY cast that you were anxious to know, or Esthe' LO QR
. . . N EDU
did you wish to be informed oi the new books URCULATl0 ede,
in the library? Whatever the case may be, you Pauline Schro R
can be sure to read about it first in Hi-Spots. CHANGE EDUC
This monthly publication also serves as Exjeon Cook
a liason between the V.H.S. students and local ESS MANAGER
townspeople, who patronize the newspaper BU,-3:9 Thom0S R
through means of advertising. SWG MANAGE
Hi-Spots is published completely by the ADYF-Pjlaofdfetd
student members who freely give up of their F-mor
time to write articles, solicit advertisements, TYPVST5 Downie
and snap prize winning photographs. The pub- Fl0'e'li'2 Muuero
lication is under the advisorship of Mrs. Estelle Beam ORS
O'Kane, editorial, and Mrs. Ioy Shorten, finan- pAGE Egllgonyo B0'2l:Zyd
cial. Without their endless assistance we Could Poge 2,,Etir10' Bizseph
not do! E032 3fe50"df Temple
Senior members of the staii include page Afwrm
Dorris Warren, Sonya Barsky, Marilyn Koitz, Shorter:
Barbara Braunstein, Lois Wigglesworth, and Aaxiliiiit-'Mg' Salle Omaha
Editor-in-Chief Sandra Ioseph. Read all about EclitorlGlZMr'
it in Hi-Spots! AV
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FIRST ROW-Left to Right-R. Werder: H. Lisi: B. Iohnson, Sec.: D. Kruysman. V. Pres.: Mrs. Starkey: D. Phiter.
Pres.: E. Harris. Treas.: G. Bruner: M. Buglio. SECOND ROW-B. Castelli: P. Packer: R. Ayres: M. Conto: I. Hoins:
M. Clark: M. Karnban: I. DeGroot: V. Marandino: S. Kruck: B. Griggs. THIRD ROW-N. Turner: M. Mardas: E.
Fenile: I. Ioseph: S. Bardteld: K. Donn: R. Hamburger: M. Higbee: R. Love: N. Basile: G. Vetter. FOURTH ROW-
R. Perry P. Monaco: D. Spong: G. Berg: E. Frank: P. Baseshore: R. Ney.
This organization has tor an advisor our'
librarian, Mrs. Marion Starkey. This is a service
organization which keeps the students ot V.H.S.
supplied with books and a nice, neat library. The
members are girls from all classes, who go into
the library during their study halls and help Mrs.
Starkey in the library. They attend state conven-
tions each year in various parts ot New Iersey.
Their work in the library includes keeping the
library clean, circulating books, typing, and filing.
HUNUR PAlR0l AND IRAFHE SUUAD
It you've wondered why the halls of Vine-
land High School are so quiet during classes, the
Honor Patrol can tell you that they allow no loiter-
ing in the halls. This organization is composed ot
students with higher scholastic averages who
have proved themselves capable of assuming re-
sponsibility. Their sister organization, the Traffic
Squad, enforces a smooth and orderly flow ot
traffic between classes.
FIRST ROW-Lett to Right-G. Bruner: A. Becker: C. Heimann: B. Braunstein, Sec.: S. Joseph. Pres.: Mrs. Marufli.
D. Warren. V. Pres.: E. Lamanna: M. Rohrbach: G. Berg: I. Matlin. SECOND ROW-S. Lamnin: M. Lonzetta: B.
Tabor: R. Lynch: S. Kupsky: D. Weinberg: C. Lamnin: C. Berkowitz: B. Ioseph: C. Verderose: A. Kaplan I. Doug-
herty: S. Barsky: L. Carlson: C. Donley: J. Ioseph: M. Mardas: D. Henry: G. Torchio. THIRD ROW-D. Bruge:
D. Iennings: N. Basile: R. Roman: A. Koenig: G.'Meschi: S. Sirott: I. Newman: l. Ziegler: M. Koitz: I. Silver: I
Cavagnaro: G. Ferrari: R. Werder: G. Harmer M. Sbrana: I.Wilson: M. Von Reuter. FOURTH ROW-I. Volke:
R. Otto: M. Buglio: M. Vallero: R. Ayres: C. Dutra: P. Smead: I. Pinotti: S. Angle: E. Bardfeld: P. Wycoti: D.
Leopold: P. Finch: M. Baker: E. LaRosa: I. Iohnson: I. Rothchild: P. Freedman. FIFTH BOW-R. Rubin: C. Barrett:
H. Muser: R. Zarge: M. Aqostini: E. Guiliani: N. Lindquist: S. Campbell: C. Dubivsky: C. Wisswaesser: I. Ward,
A. Gregory: E. Brotman: P. Lankin: B. Muliero: F. Downie: B. Bauer: E. Siciliano: G. Litwack: L. Lihn: R. Gartalo.
Thalia, one of the oldest organizations in
Vineland High School, is under the capable
supervision of Mrs. Bessie Weylman.
The organization consists of girls who
are contestants in the annual Public Speaking
Contest as well as girls who wish to attain a
greater understanding and appreciation of the
Each year the girls prepare their selec-
tions in friendly rivalry, and vie for top honors
on the night of the contest.
Marilyn Koitz, first prize winner for three
years, Dorris Warren, who has received honor-
able mention for two years, and Elayne Brot-
man, a second prize recipient, are some of the
recent contest winners.
FIRST ROW-Left to Right-I. Greenblatl: R. Cohen. Pres.: Mr. Cerni-
qliaro: F. Basile, V. Pres.: I. Abramson. SECOND ROW-R. Musi-
lotti: F. Austino: P. D'Arriqo: S. Kreinces: T. Wernicoff.
FIRST ROW-Left to right-E. Bardield, Tracts.: E. Bro!
man, Pres.: Mrs. Weylmcn: M. Koitz, V. Pres.: D. Warren
Sec.. SECOND ROW-I. Wilson: S. Burdield: M. Mardas
C. Verderose: D. Rudneski: I. Silver: Cavaqnaro.
Pegasus, the Boys' Public Speaking Club,
is Thalia's brother organization.
Boys from all four classes are welcome
to join whether they are aspiring to be con-
testants in their annual contest or not.
The contest consists of eight boys, who
are most ably coached by their advisor, Mr.
Antonio Cernigliaro. Each boy competes for
prizes, and their varied selections provide for
an evening of entertainment enjoyed by all.
After this year, the organization will lose
a consistent member, Phil D'Arrigo, who has
Won second prize for three years straight.
Whether they Win or lose, the boys feel
that they have attained a certain assurance
and poise which results from this type of
NAIIIINM HIINIIII SUIZIHY
Our chapter ot the National Honor So-
ciety has long been under the capable leader-
ship of Miss Mulford and Mr. Nasser, who have
done much to make the society what it is. The
Honor Society exists to encourage and recog-
nize outstanding scholarship, character, leader-
ship, and service, the tour main requirements
for membership. Fifteen percent ot the senior
class is eligible for membership upon quality-
ing, thereby making five percent eligible at
each oi the three inductions. This year began
with ten members, but the December induction
added six more and several were admitted in
the spring. Every student would like to have
the honor ot being a member ot this organiza-
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FIRST ROW-Left to Right-lim Nicholas. V. Pres.: F. Fanucci, Pres.:
Mr Minifri: G. Torchiog F. Chodnicki. SECOND ROW-R. Flippi:
T Winterburn: I. Di Palma: A. Cerione: I. Stopa: T. Muzzolu. THIRD
ROW-I. Woxunk: P. D'An'igo: E. Schaeffer: A. Kronield: H. Men-
delsohn: D. Finch: R. Swanson.
FIRST ROW-Left to Right-D. Kruysmun, Sec.: M. Koitz
Pres.: Mr. Nasser: Miss Muliord: M. Tomei, V Pres.: D.
Warren. Trees. SECOND ROW-S. Barslry: R. Castellcxni:
I. Fcbbri: A. Vulletta: M. Smith: I. Ccxsella. THIRD ROW-
R. Masilotti: P. D'Arriqo: R. Mendelsohn: E. Ridolli: R
NAIIIINM AlHlHIlI HIINUR SIICIHY
The National Athletic Scholarship Soci-
ety, an organization whose purpose is rec-
ognition for those lettermen who maintain a
SChO1C1SfiC CIVGIGQG of 80, welcomes a new
sponsor this year in Mr. Minifri, our Iunior Var-
sity football coach. The group began the year
with seven members, but the membership in-
creased with the induction of new members
held early in the new year. To become a mem-
ber of this organization should be one of the
aims ot every athlete, as membership is based
FIRST ROW-Left to right-F. Champion: R
Adams: P. Vicari: F. Tudisco: I. Fairhurst: E
Ross: T. Uber: Mr. Astor. SECOND ROW-R
Muser: A. Cotler: W. Chamberlain: R. Shaw: I
Anderson, Treus.: I. Hannum: H. Still: E. Thomas
V. Pres.: THIRD ROW-W. White: H. Hyson: P
Thornborrow: W. Murphy: F. Fanucci. Pres.: I
I. Griener: R. Finch.
Hatierty. Sec.: S. Lamnin: G. Lapaire: D. Sarnoit:
BUYS' Glll Elllll
Only through hard work and much prac-
tice has our Boys' Glee Club attained the good
name which has developed during the past three
years. One year previous to this, it was strictly
an extra-curricular activity but for the past three
years, sixth period has been set aside for it and
credits are offered toward graduation. These boys
supply the male portion oi the ever-appreciated
Mixed Chorus ot which we are so very proud.
Since it is increasing not only in volume but also
in importance, this organization will uphold its
good name and gain much recognition for our
school, thanks to Mr. Astor and "The Boys".
huii: G. Meschi: M. Vallero: E. LaRosa:
A. McMiclrinq: G. Snipes: A. Antonelli:
Iacobucci: G. Gamba: A. Harnmerstedt:
berg: P. Freedman: M. Sheppard: I..
B. Musto: H. Wheeler: B. Bonanno: S.
L. Barnebei: R. Fiocchi.
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Fourth period just wouldn't be the same
without the resonance oi female voices from the
auditorium. The Girls' Treble Clet Club, under the
direction of Miss Iulia Cummings, is approached
by numerous service clubs ot our community to
perform annually: the Annual Spring Concert is a
traditional "must" ot the year which is appreci-
ated by young and old alike. Twenty of the mem-
bers ot this organization supply the feminine
voices for the Mixed Chorus. Our school was hon-
ored tor the first time in its history this year when
the Chorus was requested to perform at both the
State Teachers' Convention and the Eastern Arts
Association meeting held in Convention Hall in
FIRST ROW-Left to Right-C. Barrett: F. Barber: P. Monaco. Sec.: S. DeMatte. Pres.: Miss Cummings: V. Sapello.
V. Pres.: S. Kupsky, Treas.: M. Irons: G. Vetter. SECOND ROW-I. Pace: M. Danna: P. Green: J. Arthur: R.
Ippolito: F. White: A. Vicari: D. Bruqe: R. DiStetano: D. Oliver: G. Lambert: D. DePalma: M. Kouphout: D. Mata-
lucci. THIRD ROW-I. Galar: M. Holloway: I. Dougherty: I. Creamer: B. Thomas: M. Desire: I. Baqliani: I. Cale-
C. Donley: A. Mellor: D. Temple: E. Smith. FOURTH ROW-I. Ccrthro:
P. Cline: A. Valetta: K. Miller: I. Battersby: E. Giuliani: M. VanNote: L.
A. Dougherty: M. Russell: E. Devlin: L. Temple. FIFTH ROW-I. Golden-
King: M. DeBellis: I. DeGrott: G. Russo: R. Garatola: D. Spong: D. Miles:
Kruck: I. Girone: A. Bricola: V. Cesare: D. LaValle: I. Brown: B. Lodge.
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When one thinks of the Music Club, the first
thing that pops into his mind is the Christmas
Dance. The Music Club also sponsors the Spring
Concert fthe Treble Clef Club and the Orchestra
taking partl and the Band Concert as well. Mem-
bership in any other musical organization in the
school entitles one to membership in the Music
Club. Guests for all meetings are chosen to enter-
tain the members constructively in the field of
music: these guests are always thoroughly en-
joyed by each and every member of the club.
Needless to say, the students owe countless hours
of pleasure to the work of this club, one of the
largest and most worthy organizations of the
school. Its directors, Miss Cummings, Mr. Astor,
and Miss Stern, though kept continually occupied
with classes, have still found ample time to make
this organization one of the most popular extra-
curricular activities 'of the school.
MUSIC CLUB OFFICERS
FIRST ROW-Left to Right-V. Sappello, Treas.: Miss Cum
minqs: I.. Temple, Sec. SECOND ROW-M. Tomei. V Pres
M. Martinelli. Pres. THIRD ROW-Mr. Astor.
Tubas, bass drums and trombones . . . this
could be none other than the V.H.S. Band. Foot-
ball games wouldn't be the same without the
Band: especially outstanding this year was the
animated version of the "Syncopated Clock"
which hardly any of us will really forget. The
director, Mr. Astor, really has his hands full every
eighth period during football season and during
rehearsal for the Annual Band Concert . . . yes,
it's lots of hard work, but when the night of the
performance rolls around and a well-polished pro-
gram is the outcome of all of the work, that's proof
enough that it was all worth it!
FIRST ROW--Left to Right-M. Guida: M. Tomei: I. Stopa. V. Pres.: I. Braun: A. Becktoldz D. Philer: M. Brundage.
SECOND ROW-E. Bodenstein: R. Krause: K. Florentine: A. Caterina: C. Irons: W. Platt: 'I'. Mauola. Sec.: M. Sil-
ver: R. Parenti: L. Moratelli: G. Kronheim: P. Lankin. THIRD ROW-V. Paladino: E. Harper: G. Cavagnaro: P.
Reed: R. McMahon: F. DiLeonardo: A. Unsworth: E. Wheatly: M. Rohrbach: M. Silva: R. Buck: E. DeVelde. Treas.:
F. Granato: V. Prizenzano: R. Bascone. FOURTH ROW: A. Weinerrnan: A. Puccio: M. Graham: D. DeVelde: M.
Thompson: R. Swanson. Pres.: D. Laury: D. Charlson: R. Folscer: A. Waldinqer: E. I.aRosa: l. Wagner: V. Strozyk:
K. Stratton: S. Kreinces: G. Montana. STANDING-Mr. F. Astor: R. Carney: I. Ward: C. Dubivsky: H. Swift: F.
Varalo: D. Lewis: W. Castiglioni: I. Scarpa: A. Kershner: I. Sciaretti.
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FIRST ROW-Lelt to Right-E. DePalma: C.
Dubivsky. Sec.: G. Pierson. Pres.: Miss Rieq:
E. Letts. V. Pres.: D. Phiifer. Treas.: Y. Irion.
SECOND ROW-M. Dargan: D. Kruysman: P
Morro: M. Van Note: F. DiLeonardo: B. Meyer:
I. Greiner: S. Campbell: M. Rohrbach: M. Wollie:
L. Wescott: G. Bruner.
The Art Club, under the capable direction
of Miss Georgette Rieg, is a very important activ-
ity in Vineland High School. Anyone having an
interest in art will be welcomed by this club.
They specialize in making attractive and
outstanding posters for the special events in the
The most important project for the Art Club
is the annual football banquet. The members are
responsible for all the decorations, and they usu-
ally plan something very unique.
The Art Club members also take a trip each
year to the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Miss Rieg and her junior artists are always
"glad to help," and they deserve recognition for
their part in helping the class of "52" to have an
outstanding senior play and in assisting with the
Sophomore Dance and the lunior Prom.
FIRST ROW-Left to Right--E. Thomas: B. Mayer-
feld: E. Bodenstein: A. Gregory: S. Campbell.
Treas.: B. DiBiaso. Pres.: Miss Epstein: C. Wiss-
Sec.: S. Lamnin: I. Matlin: R. Werder.
ROW--F. Fry: F. Basile: S. Barsky: F.
E. Fenelli: R. Conto: A. Pettisani: S.
I. Ioseph: L. Desiere: K. Munn: E. Tir-
DiPalma: R. Rubin. THIRD ROW-P.
Reed: M. Von Reuter: I. Vollce: S. Ioseph: N.
Mazer: M. Bozorth: M. Rohrbaclc: P. Freedman:
C. Heiman: I. Ziegler: D. Leopold: D. Weinberg:
I. Iohnson: S. Welch: I. Sasdelli: R. Zarge: I.
Shapiro. FOURTH ROW-B. Bress: E. Devlin:
M. Graham: C. Van Lier: M. Mardas: R. Otto:
I. Dougherty: Berg: B. Braunstein: D. Philer:
C. Dubivsky: I.. Hardie: L. Carlson: E. Bardteld:
H. Westoqqi E. Lamanna: I. Rothchild: D.
Lederer: C. Kalmamowitz: S. Emmanuel. FIFTH
ROW-S. Wellbroclc: B. Lyons: I. Kagen: I. Wag-
ner: A. Frasnelli: E. Siciliano: B. Bonano: G.
Pierson: P. Monaco: I. Newman: S. Sirrott: M.
Fleischner: M. Desiere: A. Kaplan: C. Verderose:
B. Ioseph: E. Brotman: M. DeFelice: C. Dutra:
C. Dutra: D. Sarnofi: A. Koenig: S. Angle: P.
Doust: I. Cook: M. Sbrana: H. Swift. SIXTH ROW
-G. Cascarella: M. Sasdelli: B. Cohen: I. Martin:
I. Silver: C. Roth: I. Cavagnaro: A. Bricola: G.
Litwaclz: C. Lamnin: I. Wilson: I. Greenblatt:
The Cap and Dagger Dramatic Club, spon-
sored by Miss Doris Epstein, offers opportunities
for students to display their natural talents on the
stage, as well as backstage.
The club takes trips to Philadelphia each
year to see professional productions. The out-
standing project of the Dramatic Club is its play.
This year it was "Paper Plates for Papa," a huge
Also, this year, the Dramatic Club spon-
sored a contest among the students to see who
could write the best two-act play. There were
three awards given. We're proud to say that a
senior captured one of these awards.
Winners of the public speaking contests re-
ceive their prizes from the Dramatic Club, also.
The Class of '52 is thankful to this organiza-
tion for the hours of pleasure it has brought them,
and for the experience it has given to its members.
FIRST ROW-Left to Right-I. Matlin: M. Rohrbach, Sec.: A. Unsworth. Pres.: Mr. Speicher: Mr. Krouse: I. Sasdelli,
V. Pres.: G. Cascarella, Treas.: Merighi. SECOND ROW-I. Volke: E. Tirell: T. Wood: E. Porreca: I. Meckel:
W. DeWinne: C. Kalmanowitz: D. Dandrea: K. Donato: I. Clark: C. Martinelli: P. Doust: B. Rubant. THIRD ROW-
M. Hamilton: S. Sirott: H. Wheeler: I. Buckelkamp: T. Buchholz: H. Swift: I. Wagner: A. Kaplan: D. May: B. Ewing:
M. Sbrana: L. Puccio: A. Loenig: I. Sasdelli. FOURTH ROW-W. Harker: P. Ottenheimer: I. Braun: M. Marcus:
I. Greenblatt: R. Thomas: L. Lamnin: I. Scarpa: W. Willis: P. Vicari: G. Levari.
FIRST ROW-Left to Right-T. Mazzola: R. Mendelsohn. Treas.: A. Kronield. V. Pres.: Mr. Starkey: R. Brooks. Pres.:
R. Hiiman. Sec.: R. Litwack. SECOND ROW-M. Tomei: N. Basile: R. Roman: D. Warren: D. Phiter: M. Koitz:
M. Smith: M. Mardas: I. Dougherty: G. Freedman. THIRD ROW-F. Hurban: E. Ridolii: D. Finch: F. Osborn: E.
Galbiati: D. Burdick: P. Finger: F. Pettisani.
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FIRST ROW-Left to Right-R. Abcrti: A. Diehl. Treas.: E. Taormina. V. Pres.: Mr. Ki-apt: C. Forbes. Pres.: D
Lewis. Sec.: E. Kahn. SECOND ROW-C. Dutra: L. Freimanis: I. Cook: P. Schroeder: M. Fleischner: Linda Gold
hah: M. Hertzmann: D. Lederer: R. Whitman. THIRD ROW-B. Bress: M. Martinelli: W. Cavcxgnaro: P. Weinberg:
R. Cohen: T. Wernicoff: B. Mcryerield: F. Spicer: R. Smith. FOURTH ROW-M. Tepper: E. DeVelde: M. Binstock.
G. Pollex: W. Lyons: R. Schmickel: S. Greenblatt: G. Mcrtinelli: S. Harp.
One of the more active clubs in the way of
experimenting is the Chemistry Club. If a mem-
ber were asked why he liked the club, a ready
reply would be because of the experiments done.
The planning and carrying out of the program and
experiments are done by the students. Mr.
Starkey, the advisor, is ready to give assistance
whenever it is needed. Some other interesting
highlights are the trips and excursions taken
throughout the year and the movies shown at the
meetings. A recent demonstration was given by
the glass plant showing the ways in which glass
may be made into different objects.
The Physics Club enjoys a more varied
agenda concerning experiments than does the
Chemistry Club. Mr. Krapf, our tennis coach, is
also the sponsor of the Physics Club. The students
are in charge of the programs and movies, and Kem x"Pe's
guest speakers are sometimes presented. A visit
to the local ice plant is a well-remembered excur-
The Biology Club, under the leadership of
Mr. Krouse and Mr. Speicher, offers a further and
closer study oi biology over a wider range. Many
everyday occurrences go unnoticed by the ma-
jority, but the lover of nature gains an infinite
amount of knowledge from them. This club was
started with the nature-lover in mind. The club's
programs tor the year include discussions and '
movies. Hikes are of special interest because they
bring the members closer to Mother Nature and
so enabled them to study her from a close-up
FIRST ROW-Lett to Right-S. Bcrrsky: R. Masilotti, Trees.: I. Dougherty. Sec.: Mrs. Doncxqhuy: W. Lyohs, Pres.:
T. Winterburn. V. Pres.: I. Iohnson. SECOND ROW-R. Roman: M. Buqlio: R. Werder: C. Dutra: E. Lamana: E.
Bardield: M. Hertzrnan: M. Mardas: I. Roetschild: S. Angle: R. Whitman. THIRD ROW-I.. Goldhali: I. Cook: H.
Otto: M. Vullero: M. Brundcxge: C. Dubivslry: A. Gregory: M. Fleischner: B. Braunstein: E. Brotmcrn: S. Campbell:
M. Lanzetta. FOURTH ROW-K. Floretine: R. Smith: W. Cavugnaro: M. Tepper: I. Burdick: M. Feinberg: E. Thomas:
P. Weinberg: B. Reeve: M. Martinelli: I. Abramson: P. Minor: E.
Forbes: R. Meyer: M. Binstoclr: G. Mcrrtinelli.
Tout lo monde crime la clone de trcmccxls
Kuhn. FIFTH ROW-E. Develde: B. Cohen: C.
One of the leading language clubs is that
which is sponsored by Mrs. Mildred Donaghay
and known as "Le Cercle Francais." Monthly
meetings are held at the homes of various mem-
bers who are second and third year students.
Many enjoyable evenings have been' spent in this
way, permitting the students to practice speaking
French in a more informal manner by means of
plays, songs, conversation and games. This has
been a most enjoyable and profitable year for the
group led by President Bill Lyons.
Upon entering the Spanish Room, 108, one
cannot help. but notice the colorful decorations
which adorn the walls. These present an appro-
priate setting for the meetings held here the sec-
ond and fourth Tuesdays of each month. Under
the capable leadership of Miss Adamo, this group
provides the school with much activity through-
out the year: the highlight is the annual T Dance,
which is enjoyed by a great number. Other club
activities include the Christmas party and spring
picnic which is the closing project of the club for
Headed by Miss Mendico, this club meets
the last Friday of each month during activities
period in the cafeteria. Italian recordings and
films provide entertainment for the group. At
Christmas, a party is held and the members, who
must have completed at least one year of Italian,
exchange gifts. ln the spring, the club awards
medals to the students of lst and 2nd year classes
who have attained the highest scholastic average
FIRST ROW-Leit to Right-A. Becker: I. Berg: I. Cavaqnaro. Treas.: E. Giuliani. Pres.: Miss Adamo: M. Sasdelli.
V. Pres.: S. Barslry, Sec.: M. Rohrbach: E. Siciliano. SECOND ROW-C. Heimann: K. Barraclough: I. Martin: M.
Wolff: A. DeFelice: I. Shapiro: M. Irons: S. Hearnes: D. Leopold: L. Carlson: D. Henry: R. Goldberg: I. Reisman.
THIRD ROW-T. Maior: S. Hoytash: S. Aqrons: R. Robinson: P. Schroeder: M. Aqostine: I. Merlock: C. Wiss-
waesser: E. Harris: I. Ward: M. Mead: P. Finch: C. Kalmanowitzz I. Ziegler: M. Morgan: E. Wheatley. FOURTH
ROW-F. Freimanis: B. Mayerield: L. Geirych: B. Murphy: B. Bress: I. Steven: R. Litwaclc: G. Pollick: P. Rasmus-
sen: C. Verderose: R. Shaw: F. Basile: T. Wernicofi: B. DiBiaso: M. Rohrbach: G. Chamberlain: R. Hiiman: H.
Griffith: G. Adams.
FIRST ROW-Leit to Right-L. Cullen: A. Trucano: G. Battestinei, Treas.: P. Musaccia. Pres.: Miss G. Mendico:
F. Fancucci. V. Pres.: D. Bonato, Sec.: F. Spicer. SECOND ROW-G. Snipes: I. Fury: M. Tamanini: L. Adams: E.
Musto: M. Bozarth: M. Danna: E. Consalo: E. Consalo: A. Verra: D. Procaccino: C. Yacovelli: A. Franchetta: P.
Dalesandro: G. Bonato: S. Graiif. THIRD ROW-V. Nesi: A. Vassolotti: D. Brunozzi: N. Basile: I. Provenzano: R.
Costello: B. Bonanno: M. I. Barbaglia: D. Bisacquino: I. Girone: I. Cavaqnaro: G. Ferrari: L. Barnabei: B. Ladqe:
R. Fiocchi: I. Silvedio: I. Brown. FOURTH ROW-I. Demaio: R. Branca: I. Pricel: I. Kagan: H. Deola: I. Musac-
chia: S. DeMatte: D. Martini: B. Osborn: G. Levari: I. Trapani: A. Paterno: I. Viano: H. Hnidowicz: M. Agostine:
B. Bauer: V. Cesare: L. Iacobucci. FIFTH ROW-R. Gardella: R. Ferrari: M. Tomei: D. Brunozzi: E. Galbiati: I..
DeMarco: R. Bonato: L. Aldrich: A. Corrado: I. Braidi: I. Marahella: R. Scavelli: R. Fraim: F. Pettisani R. Abati.
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F. H. A.
FIRST ROW-Left to Right-R. Provenzano: E. Letts, Treas.: I. Chroscinski. Pres.: Mrs. Weylman: Miss DeZutti: K.
Miller. V. Pres.: E. Harris. Sec.: A. Verra. SECOND ROW-D. Zanni: P. Hines: A. Mellor: E. Consalo: I. Proven-
zano: E. Consalo: P. Koehler: A. Antonelli: D. Bonato: S. Kruck: G. Vetter. THIRD ROW-L. Barnabei: M. Hol-
loway: B. Osborn: B. Hartsell: E. Scalfo: B. Smith: I. Bergamo: M. DeBellis: D. Rudnesky: R. BeKier: L. King.
The Future Homemakers of America is one
of the largest all-girl organizations in V.H.S., and
it is growing in membership every year.
Under the capable direction ot Miss Lascari
and Mrs. Weylman, the girls of the club sell red
and gray souvenir dolls and hold their annual
Mother-Daughter Banquet. The mothers are the
honored guests, and the refreshments are made
by the girls themselves in their home economics
I. I. A.
The Vineland chapter of the Future Farmers
of America, under the direction of Mr. Robert
Goodier, Works in conjunction with the agricul-
ture classes of Vineland High School.
Most ot the members of this organization
either live on farms or are studying agriculture
and are able to put into practice all the valuable
scientific information which they receive at the
regular F. F. A. meetings.
F. F. A.
FIRST ROW-Left to Right-I. Chrzanowski: G. Robinson: I. Nicholas. Pres.: A. Siciliano. V. Pres.: Mr. Goddier:
I. Corsiqlia. Sec.: W. Newcomb. Treus.: W. Barsuglia. Reporter: P. Lorentz. SECOND ROW-L. Caregnato: R.
Lewis: V. Maurice: A. Weinerman: E. Creamer: D. Deola: A. Corsiglia: L. Aldrich: G. Zorzi: I. Abriola: V. Torchio.
L. Key: S. Merloclc: I. Leanzo. THIRD ROW-E. Esposito: K. Wiedmann: N. Mohan: E. Seelman: F. Bosco: E. Cas-
tellani: I. Schwartz: D. Kornbuluh: G. Reale: P. Grossi: R. Perugini: P. Ottenheimer: I. Cesare: I. Vassallo: E.
Figueroa. FOURTH ROW-I. Nordberg: B. Iohnson: H. Ravitz: E. Fox: P. Deola: C. Frank: E. Adams: I. Bresciano:
R. Donato: I. Bieriq: S. Papush. FIFTH ROW-B. Feltes: H. Merciani: I. Farrow: R. Kouhoupt: E. Riley: P. Schwarze:
warze: R. Wyckoff: E. Schaper: I. Wozunk: H. Pio.
IUNIOR TOWN MEETING
FIRST ROW--Lett to Right-M. Bozorth:
E Thomas. Treas.: S. Barsky. Pres.:
Mr Lipartito: R. Hiiman. V Pres.: M.
Koitz Sec: D. Warren. SECOND ROW
F Spicer: E. Kahn: A. Gregory: P.
Schoeder B. Braustein: S. Ioseph: B.
Mayerheld: T. Wemicofi. THIRD ROW
M Bienstock: R. Mendellohn: R.
Cohen S Greenblatt: D. Buidiclr.
IUNIOR RED CROSS
FIRST ROW-Left to Right-I. Wagner: Earl DeZutti, Treas.: R. Robinson. Pres.: Mrs. McMicl:ing: A. Gregory. V-
Pres.: E. Brotman. Sec.: D. Rudnesky. Reporter. SECOND ROW-P. Cione: I. Hoins: E. Lamannu: D. DePalma: P.
Cline: D. Mato: E. Porreca: C. Dutra: G. Bruner. THIRD ROW-I. Iacobson: H. Goliney: S. Wong: I. Shapiro:
B. Buck: A. Trucano: I.. Carlson: C. Kalmcmowitz: G. Pierson: P. Schoreder. FOURTH ROW-H. Ravitz: F. Frei-
manis: A. Batersby: D. Miles: C. Wisswaesser: I. Ward: D. Philer: S. Wellbrock: R. Otto: I. Bollre: E. Ross:
JIINIIIII RHI IIRIISS
This year, the Iunior Red Cross made its
debut at Vineland High School under the capable
advisorship oi Mrs. McMicking. Led by President
Carol Dubivsky, Vice President Anne Gregory,
Secretary Elaine Brotman, and Treasurer Earl
DeZutti, the members have worked diligently stutt-
ing toys and making other contributions to those
less fortunate than themselves. This past summer,
Carol Dubvisky and Herb Gritiith attended the
Red Cross Summer Camp at Wellesley College
in Massachusetts. There, they leamed how to
conduct a lunior Red Cross Chapter Worthy of the
Follow this club! They're destined to help
make Vineland a better place in which to live.
JIINIIIII IIIWN MHIINII
On Monday evenings at 7:30, students of
Vineland High School have the opportunity to
meet with pupils ot other schools ot South Iersey
on the lunior Town Meeting of the Air. Besides
giving the participants valuable radio experience,
it enables them to meet members of other debat-
ing societies and obtain their views on the cur-
rent local, state, or national problems. Under the
excellent guidance oi Mr. Lipartito, the juniors and
seniors who make up this organization are taught
the art of speechmaking and debating, and cer-
tainly a long neglected interest in current events
by teenagers has been stimulated.
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I-'IRS'l' ROW-Leit to Right-D. Keene: I. Casella: F. Downie, Treas.: S. Graiif, V. Pres.: Miss Czaplicki: I. Fabbri,
Pres.: R. Casiellani, Sec.: V. Meriqhi: A. Verra. SECOND ROW-A. Frasnelli: B. Bonanno: A. Kashubski: B.
Muleiro: M. Kouhoupt: B. Griggs: B. Bauer: P. Cola: E. Consalo: A. Vicari: A. Scarpa: R. Lisi. THIRD ROW-M.
Como: I. Donoilio: R. Ayres: P. Smead: I. Pinotti: A. Valletta: I.. Iacobucci: D. Sponq: I. Baqliani: I. Mozitis: E.
Devlin: I. Galar. FOURTH ROW-M. Maselli: S. Scarpa: H. Deola: I. Green: P. Monaco: C. Derechinsky: D. L'
Valle: A. Kumlert.
The Secretarial Club is open to girls who
are taking the commercial course and who, some-
day, hope to be secretaries. The club's purpose is
to prepare the girls and help them get a good idea
of what's ahead of them in their chosen career.
Their meetings include an induction of officers, an
annual party and monthly meetings with guest
speakers who tell them about grooming and other
things of interest and help to the girls.
The main idea behind the planning of the
Monogram Club is to have all the boys who have
participated in sports belong to one organization.
The only requirement which a boy must have is
that he must have won a letter in some varsity
sport at Vineland High School.
FIRST ROW--Leit to Right-P. Silva: G. Torchio. Sec.: L. Aldrich, Pres.: Mr. DiTomo: R. Still, V. Pres.: I. Nicholas.
Treas.: F. Chodnicki. SECOND ROW-W. Robinson: O. Panico: B. Reeve: T. Mazzola: I. DeMaio: D. Kornbluh:
I. Abriola: S. Stopa: R. Peruqini: A. Trongone: R. Filippi. THIRD ROW-T. Winterburn: P. D'Arrigo: I. Hal-
Ierty: R. Dusz: F. Fanucci: F. Hurban: M. Feinberg: D. Saul: I. DiPalma. FOURTH ROW-I. Wozunk: A. Cerione:
A. Corrado: E. Severs: F. Osborn: D. Finch: R. Swanson: R. St. Aubyn: R. Mendelsohn. FIFTH ROW-I. Schmuiz:
A. Naletko: A. Kronield: C. Verderose: E. Shaper.
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Despite a disappointing season, Vine-
land's football men gave many loyal support-
ers lots of thrill and excitement. The record
show that the Red and Gray won two games
and wound up on the losing side in six others.
But the records don't reveal the whole story of
this past season. Our boys showed plenty of
fight and spirit and, with a slight helping hand
from Lady Luck, could have had a wining
In their second game, after opening with
a win over Haddonfield, the Red and Gray suf-
fered a shock from which it never quite recov-
ered. With less than a minute remaining in the
Collingingswood game, a desperation pass
gave Vineland a touchdown and a 19-18 lead.
But on the ensuing kick-off, a Collingswood
back lugged the pigskin 95 yards for a touch-
down to give his team a 24-l9 victory. Vine-
land fans were petrified by this turn of events,
and the team spirit sagged considerably, re-
sulting in the loss of the next few games.
Against Bridgeton, a nullified Vineland
touchdown cost us a victory and enabled
Bridgeton to gain a l3-6 win. Then a 32-13 tri-
umph over Woodrow Wilson aroused the Vine-
land fans and prepared the team for their
annual Turkey Day Classic versus Millville.
With Millville leading l8-l3, Lady Luck again
frowned on the Poultry Clan. Dick Still, who
had already scored Vineland's two touchdowns
on long runs, raced ESU yards, only to be tackled
lU yards short of the goal as the final gun
sounded, ending another season of football.
FIRST ROW-left to right: T. Winterburn: D. Finch: M. Feinberg: D. Saul:
G. Torchio: A. Corrado: F. Osborn: C. Verderose. SECOND ROW-P. D'Arriqo:
R. Still: E. Severs: P. Silva: F. Hurban: W. Robinson: F. Fanucci: R. Peruqini:
VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 1951
Thurs. Nov. 22
LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. T. DiTomo. head coach:
Mr. N. Walsh: Mr. C. Miniiri: F. Guaciaro.
FIRST ROW-I. DeMaio: FI. Robinson: F. Pruno
D. Saul: I. Bbriola: B. Peruiqini: I. Nicholas: D
Santagata: I. Abramson: M. Feinberg: T. Winter
burn. SECOND ROW-B. Iohansen: A. Cerione:
I. Wozunk: A. Corrado: I. DePalma: G. Torchio:
F. Hurban: F. Fanucci: P. D'An'igo: P. Silva.
THIRD ROW-D. Brunozzi: I. Schmutz: D. Still:
B. St.Aubyn: E. Severs: F. Osborn: H. Curley:
H. Atkinson: D. Finch: E. Schroeder: C. Verde-
rose: L. Aldrich.
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Despite the fact that they started the
season rather poorly, the Vineland High bas-
ketball team captured both the city and Cum-
berland County championships and finished
the season with a fine record.
The Pied and Gray did not show much
promise in its first two games, but then Coach
Cosh began to employ a new zone defense,
and the Poultry Clan started to Win with con-
Captain Phil D'Arrigo was the sparkplug
and high scorer of the team. His fighting spirit,
drive, reliability, and all-around brilliance held
the team together throughout the season. Other
seniors on the squad were Frank Fanucci, a
deceptive ball-handler and consistent scorer:
Mario Tomei, Coach Cosh's number one re-
placement until a knee injury forced him out of
action in midseasonp and Tom Mazzola, a sec-
ond stringer who saw limited action.
The other starters, besides D'Arrigo and
Fanucci, were a pair of juniors, Larry Aldrich
and lohnny Mader, and Chuck Schubert, a
Next year appears certain to be another
fine one for the Bed and Gray since four jun-
iors, Kenny Tomasso, Carleton Forbes, Fred
Belfi, and Glen Cosh will be back again for
LEFT TO RIGHT: T. Mazzolu: M. Tomei: K. Tomusso: F. Belii: F.
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F. Fanucci: P. D'Arrigo: I. Stopa: T. Mazzolu: M Tomel
Fanucci: G. Cosh: P. D'Arrigo: I. Stopa: I. Mader: C. Forbes: L.
Aldrich: C. Schubert: Mr. Cosh, Coach.
Two more for Phil'
Tight spot. Frank?
The lassies of Vineland High School
have shown outstanding ability, as evidenced
by this season's fine record. An exciting and
memorable time was had by all who saw this
unpredictable team in action.
Under the capable guidance of Miss
Beatrice Stern and Miss Nancy Wisswaesser,
the V.H.S. girls have become a threat to all
sextettes in South Iersey.
Those seniors who will be missed by
next year's team are Dorothy Kruysman, Kath-
leen Miller, Bertha Smith, Iulia Chroscinski,
Elaine Musto, Gloria Snipes, and Florence
LEFT TO RIGHT: A. Kumiert: D. Kruysman: P. Hines: C. Bcxrret: K.
Lelli: I.. Alvord: I. Sasedelli: W. Mulder: G. Snipes: P. Lcxnkin: I..
FIRST ROW-left to right: R. St.Aubyn:
R Ruberti: D. Luisi: W. Quigley: A.
Pedulla: P. Silva: D. Saul: I. Petrini.
SECOND ROW-E. Gerg: E. Massuro:
DLewis: R. Menzoni: I. Testa: G.
Torchio: L. DeMarco: L. Nunziato: R.
Peruqini: F. Fanucci: I. Schmutz.
The 1951 baseball team had a very suc-
cessful season under Coach Nello Dallolio.
This team was able to defeat Collingswood
twice and in the county series it won three out
of four games, defeating Millville twice and
Bridgeton once. The record of games won and
lost is a good one and the total runs scored by
our team for the season, compared to that of
This year's wrestling season started
out under the guiding hand of a new coach,
Mr. Robert Schell, who came to us from Mt.
The team, last year, compiled an ex-
cellent record, placing second in South ler-
sey by losing to Paulsboro by the narrow
score of 25-28, and second in Cumberland
County by losing to Millville 45-48. In state
competition, Dave Kornbluh and Finest
Reaves were in the finals.
The team, this year, experienced a
good season with Bob Dusz and Ted Winter-
burn, two of the outstanding seniors, and
Dave Kornbluh and Finest Reaves, the out-
standing juniors. The team was exception-
ally well balanced and maintained the same
excellent record set by last year's team.
FIRST ROW-left to right: G. Robinson: M. Caprice:
R. Dusz: F. Reeves: S. Reaves: SECOND ROW-M.
Schell, Coach: G. Torchio: I. Collins: T. Winterburn:
I. Wozunk: A. Corrado.
our opposition, is much in our favor. These sta-
tistics speak well for our team defensively as
well as offensively.
Last year's graduation was felt keenly,
leaving many positions open to new candi-
dates. In spite of lack of experience the team is
looking forward to a very successful season.
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With the beginning of spring, one may
walk out into the stadium after school and find
Mr. Cosh putting this year's prospective track
team through its paces, in preparation for future
meets between other schools in South Iersey.
These grueling practices-consist of running,
jumping, vaulting, throwing the discus and
iavelin, and shotputting. In spite of track's
being one of the few sports in V. H. S. that
doesn't receive much recognition, each year's
team grows larger and larger. In order to pop-
ularize this sport more, a field day or Red and
Gray Day, as it is called, was inaugurated in
V. H. S. Much preparation is given to this day.
The school is divided into two teams: each
team makes banners depicting its theme and
marches into the stadium. Here, contests be-
tween both teams are held, with the name of
the winning team inscribed each year on a
plaque that is placed in the lobby of our school.
This year's tennis team, under the watch-
ful eye oi Coach Norman Krapf, again com-
pleted a successful season. Phil D'Arrigo, who
was also top man of last year's team, received
much competition with the return of Tommy
Mazzola, Ronald Swanson, and Ralph Mendel-
sohn-all varsity players who tried for first
place. Tennis, unlike most sports, is played
by the individual rather than the team and is
a sport in which skill can be acquired by con-
stant practice. This game teaches the player
how to think quickly and demands coordination
of all parts of the body with split-second tim-
ing. It is a game in which many hours of
pleasure can be held by anyone who, with
some practice, can become an acceptable
FIRST ROW-Left to Right-F. Chodniclzi: F. Fanucci:
O. Panico: M. Caprice: S. Marcucci: L. Johnson: F
DiLeonardo: I. Hallerty. SECOND ROW-Clarion Cosh
Coach: I. Buglio: R. Boston: A. Sherma: H. Krause:
G. Adams: M. Binstock: I. Wozunk: A. Naletko: M
Tirelli: L. Aldrich: I. Stopa: A. Kronield: I. Nicholas:
A. Woschenko: E. Schaper: I. Distefano: R. Filippi:
R. Donato. Manager.
FIRST ROW-Left to Bight--T. Mazzola: D. Tirell: R.
Swanson. SECOND ROW-D. Cline: M. Dougherty:
Mr. Krapf, C
The twirling corps was headed this year
oy the head majorette, Rita Castellani. The corps
under the supervision of Miss Stern has come up
with many new routines this year. They led the
band at football games and performed at half
time. They also marched in parades in various
towns in this area, winning a prize in one of them.
Their syncopated clock routine was a favorite of
many spectators who saw them do it. They have
done a wonderful job, and they are a credit to
FIRST ROW-Lelt to Right-B. Castelli: A. Trucano. Head:
I. Tirell. SECOND ROW-P. Thornborrow: S. Campbell:
E. Boston: G. Stiqnani: C. Micheletti.
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-D. Keen: R. Ayres: W. Dewinne: F. Barber. THIRD
ROW-E. Siciliano: I. Andersen: D. Dandrea: M. Sasdelli.
FOURTH ROW--I. Quigley: M. Smith: K. Donato: C. Wiss-
avaesser: R. Robinson: N. Rial: S. Scarpa.
Without this peppy group of guys and gals,
there would definitely be something lacking at
all the sporting events in Vineland High.
Under the sponsorship of Miss Nancy Wiss-
wasser and captained by Angele Trucano, this
squad of cheerleaders takes part in all the Red
V-Day assemblies, all the pep rallies, and espe-
cially the annual Red cmd Gray Day. Of course,
they are a feature at all basketball and football
games, both home and away.
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In September, of the leap year l948,
Vineland High School received a class of fright-
ened and bewildered freshmen-Our Class.
That first day at high school is one that will
linger on and on in our memories. Do you re-
member that uneasiness down deep inside?
We didn't dare let the upperclassmen know that
we didn't know where we were going! Very
proud, we were, to refuse those elevator tick-
ets . . . ,
The "Cresci Girls" quickly sprang up,
and their song was being heard everywhere
. . . The girls never expected those coral-colored
gym suits . . . Miss Wiss was also new at
V. H. S. . ., . Phil D'Arrigo was our freshman
president, Rich Masilotti helped out at V. P.,
Elio and Ioan Cheli were Treasurer and Secre-
tary, respectively . . . Mr. Minifri's history class
was a different experience . . . Mike Guida will
never forget Mr. Homiak's World History class
. . . We were always on our toes for Algebra I
. . . The first Student Council meeting was an
exciting event . . .
Do you remember that class-room scene
assembly that a few freshman girls gave? The
"perfect" students were Gloria Cerione, Marilyn
Koitz, Gladys Bruner, Sonya Barsky, Sandra
Ioseph, and the teacher was Dorris Warren . . .
We had a great class of athletes already
-Ted, Tony Trongone, and Iohnny Stopa were
good in wrestling . . . Phil was an outstanding
tennis player . . . Nine freshmen represented
girls' basketball . . . Andy and Dick Still played
football-Phil was a little small then, remem-
ber? . . . We were also outstanding in cross
country and track . . . Out for baseball that year
were Lou Cullen, Frank Fanucci, Don Saul,
and Greg . . . And, of course, Phil played bas-
ketball . . .
Remember when the history classes
went to see the Freedom Train? Wow, was it
cold that day! . . . Angele Trucano was selected
as a cheerleader . . . Don't forget Mr. Merli
who took Miss Mendico's place while she was
traveling in Italy . . . Much to everyone's sur-
prise, Truman was again elected President . . .
The Vineland-Millville football game was a
thriller . . . Among the top song hits were, "It's
Magic," "Again," and "Buttons and Bows" . . .
T. V. was becoming popular . . .
Honors were brought to our class in
public speaking when Marilyn Koitz captured
first prize and Phil D'Arrigo won second place
in the contest . . . Many from our class were
seen in "Gym Night" . . . Poor Sonya was con-
fined to her bed with measles that night . . .
Didn't we all used to envy the seniors when Mr.
Arnade joked with them during fourth period
lunch? . . . The boys remember "Augie" Fioc-
chi's jokes . . . Also the early morning basket-
ball practices . . . Were we relieved when the
T. B. patch tests were over! . . . The first Red
and Gray Day was held-a truly exciting ex-
perience marching around to the stadium . . .
The Grays were victorious that year . . . When
we had completed those first never-to-be-for-
gotten exams, we realized that one of our high
school years was now behind us, and we
looked forward to the following September
when we would return as "Sophs" . . .
We were Sophomores now-We sud-
denly felt like a more important part of the
school and we made our presence known . . .
When we attended the football games, we saw
Andy Corrado bringing glory to our class on
the field, and Rita, Midge, Sarah, Raffia, Sylvia,
Roberta, "Duffy," and Faye strutting their stuff
in the twirling corps . . . We had loads of fun
selling elevator tickets to the freshmen and di-
recting them to classrooms such as ll4, 301,
etc .... And now we even had enough courage
to enter the "Rec" . . .
There were lots of new faces, expres-
sions, and events . . . Mr. DiTomo was'a new
gym teacher, and introduced the gruesome
game called "Miami murder" . . . Mr. Lipartito
was among the new English teachers and took
charge of room l09, a soph homeroom . . .
Miss Dallago and Miss DeMaio were practice
teachers in French and Spanish, respectively,
and were well liked by all . . . A new comedian
on T. V. was incomparable, Milton Berle, and
some of his jokes and expressions became
favorites-especially with Miss Stern . . .
That was the year when the annex
burned down . . . remember all the excitement
over the fire, and the crowds that gathered
around the ashes to see their burnt instruments
and uniforms . . .
Those who took College English that
year had a rough time keeping track of who
their teacher was . . . We really had an assort-
ment, didn't we? . . . lt seemed as though the
flow of substitutes would never end until Miss
Scott, or "Scotty" as she was known among her
students, came along . . . Remember her flame-
red hair and her favorite expression-"Great
SCOttl" . . .
About the beginning of December, 1949,
we picked our new sophomore officers . . .
Frank Chodnicki surprised all by winning the
election and becoming our new Pres . . . Midge
became our new Veep, with "Dee" Bruge as
Secretary and Shirley Bowers handling our
finances . . .
Remember how silly the girls from 205
looked when they failed to sell as many Hi-
Spots subscriptions as did Mr. Lehocky's men,
and had to wear their clothes backward for a
whole day . . . Embarrassing, wasn't it, girls?. . .
Phil brought honor to our class by his
fine playing on the varsity basketball team . . .
And Frank Fanucci proved his ability on the
diamond . . . There was also Bob Dusz, a new-
comer to our class, who showed his skills at
wrestling . . . Then there were the Public Speak-
ing Contests, too . . . Marilyn won first prize in
the girls' competition for the second straight
year, and Dodo gained honorable mention, and
Phil came away with second prize among the
boy orators . . . The class was also proud of
Elaine, Dot, Iulia, Kathleen, Bertha, and Snip-
Snap for their fine appearance on the girls'
basketball squad . . .
At the annual Semi-Formal that year,
our own Sarah was crowned "Oueen," and
made the front page of the Times Ioumal . . .
And while on the subject of dances, remember
"Cabaret Night" -the last accomplishment of
the Drum and Bugle Corps . . .
One event that will always be unforget-
able is our Sophomore Party-a huge success
indeed . . . Remember Midge's famous Hula
Hula dance . . . And lohn L's men capturing the
"Oscar" with a hilarious rendition of the "Light-
house Keeper's Daughter," starring "Happy,"
Phil, Ronnie, and Don Tirrell . . . When Don
crossed the river and forgot to get in the boat
first . . .
Then as the end of the school year ap-
proached, the annual Red and Gray Day was
held, amid all its excitement and rousing dis-
play of color and team spirit . . . When the
Grays won for the second straight year . . .
Finally Iune rolled around again and we
departed from our school and our friends for
another summer vacation . . . Looking forward
to returning as upperclassmen . . .
The fall of 1950 welcomed the class of
'52 back to Vineland High School on a more
serious note than the previous year. During the
summer, the Korean War had begun and many
more fellows in uniform were seen about . . .
The coming of the junior year also
started us thinking about our own futures and
the many books and catalogues in the Guid-
ance Office along with the Headliner were put
to good use . . . We chose to mastermind our
Junior year Phil, who sat in the driver's seat
with Rich as Vice President, Diane was Secre-
tary, and Iecrn, our Treasurer . . . Diane was
also selected as a twirler . . .
Bewildered boys were emerging from the
Physics Lab . . . Mr. Krapf was collecting quite
o bit of money by catching qum-chewers and
over-talkative students . . . Mr. Kammer's Eng-
lish classes started to compare his art to that
of Picasso . . . The magazine sales resulted in
Cresci's Girls winning "Oscar" and not long
after that, the cards began to inundate us . . .
The measurement of rmgs ra1sed the quesuon
of whlch one to buy Along about that trme
a few of the more popular tunes were If Too
Young Tennessee Waltz and My Heart
Crres for You Dean Martrn and Ierry Lewrs
started to attract attentron on T V E11o was
elected pres1dent of the state assocratron of stu
dent councrls One of the greatest of all
showmen A1 Iolson passed on Marrlyn
won f1rst prrze and Dodo honorable ment1on 1n
the Pubhc Speakmg Contest whlle Phll won
and grrls too became hot rodders as soon
as the r1pe old age of seventeen was reached
The Spot opened at the east end of town
and became a new hangout for many of us
The Math Tournament found V H S berng rep
resented by Art Marllyn Sonya Ralph Relnler
Bobbt and Brooks as they Journeyed to
Consolrdatron fever began to become
notrcealole rn town Senate Cr1me Investtga
tron brought about the popularrty of Senator
Kefauver as they were shown on TV for the
frrst tlme You know rt was the most com
mon expressron heard about school General
MacArthur s removal from Korea and h1s return
to the U S started a new controversy between
the Repulolrcan and Democratrc factrons
Honor was brought to Vrneland Hlgh when the
Grrls Basketball Team came home wrth the
South lersey Champlonshlp Was the llttle
ed hat the cause of th1s'? The Spanrsh
Club p1cn1c was dampened slrghtly by ram
As an mnovatron and rn place of the Jumor
play the f1rst R1ng Dance was held at V H S
Results of the Student Counc1l elect1on showed
Elro as Presrdent Rrch as V1ce Presldent Mldge
became Secretary and Teddy was the of'f1c1a1
money holder lnductron of Honor SOC19lY
lncluded Dodo E11o Manlyn R1Ch Ralph
Mrdge Mano Dot Rermer and Angre as new
members One of the marn hlghlrghts of our
Junror year was the lumor Senror Prom and 1ts
Clnderella Theme whlch was qulte cute
Ted Dodo and Don had qu1te a blt of trouble
fmdrng a pumpkrn for the centerprece
Frances Genovese was crowned Crnderella
Bob and some of h1s buddles had a httle
trouble wrth the car Frank Fanuccl d1s
played outstandrng athlet1c abrhty by w1nn1ng
our letters and Phrl prcked up three For the
frrst trme rn qu1te a few years the weather rnter
fered w1th commencement exercrses and 1t was
eld the followrng nrght
Durmg the summer some of us worked
or went on vacatrons some travelers of our
class were Sonya Mrdge and Rrta who repre
sented V H S at Grrls State R1ch and Lou
drd 11kew1se at Boys State E110 went to
Massachusetts to attend the Student Counc1l
Conventron We worked and We played Wllh
one common goal 1n mrnd to return to V1ne-
land I-lrgh School as
Senrorsl I How proud we were when we
walked tnto our new homeroom the audrtorrum
We knew that thrs was to be OUR year and we
were determmed to make OUR class the best
hat had ever graduated from V H S As we
glance back at those days somehow were a
brt nostalgrc Do you remember those f1rst days
of school? Nancy surpnsed everyone wrth her
new shape Sarah s suntan was beaut1ful and
those engagement rtngs the grrls were wearrngl
We couldnt wart for the f1rst assembly so
that we The Senrors of V H S could walk up
the arsles ahead of the underclassmen
Many of the 11tt1e thmgs rematn so V1V1d
Shootre Naletko and h1s uke at the magazlne
assembly The day brg Dolores Bruge
pulled the 1nd1cator out of place 1n the drrver
trarnrng car The day Mr M1n1fr1 walked
1nto the grrls gym class and couldnt walt to
leave the gym could be that he was embar
rassedl The spectacular Collrngswood foot
ball game when we were defeated 1n the last
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seconds . . . Dick Still's terrific run for a touch-
down which almost won the Thanksgiving
game for us . . . The songs we were singing-
"Unforgettable," "Tell Me Why," "Sin," and
"Cry." This was the year that Iohnny Ray, The
Four Aces, and Les Paul were in the limelight
. . . When Ioe DiMaggio announced his retire-
ment . . . VVhen the truce talks in Korea lasted
for months and months . . . Vlfhen the girls or-
ganized the SOR . . . When the Sigma-Smoka-
Recka Sorority was formed . . . The New Year's
Eve parties, especially Marilyn Buglio's . . .
Nancy's parties and the delicious spaghetti
dinner she prepared . . . When the "Shrimp
Boats" made their debut . . . Mr. Starkey's visits
to his closet that spelled T-E-S-T, and we knew
itl . . . Ted's escapades in French class that
were so hilarious. The day the boys gave
Madame Donaghay apples, and Ted gave her
a can of apple sauce . . . The day the yearbook
pictures arrived-such commotion and cries of
agony in the auditorium! They say that the
camera never lies!! . . . When we took College
Boards . . . When Dick got his "Olds 98" and
Mike his Hairconditioned den" . . . When E1io's
Packard made so many Student Council trips
. . . When the boys were initiated into the Mono-
gram Club and wore such outrageous outfits . . .
When we almost didn't have a Semi and Miss
Stern answered our SOS . . . Vtfhen Sonya Bar-
sky, Phil D'Arrigo, Marion Vallero, Ieannette
Fabbri, Rita Castellani, and lean Casella were
accepted in the National Honor Society . . .
There was lots of work attached to being
a senior . . . Many hours were spent at year-
book meetings, discussing and writing, so that
ours might be the best Record ever published
. . . There were days when the work just piled
up, but somehow everything worked out, and
we were mighty proud of the book . . .
Will we ever forget our senior play,
"Men Are Like Streetcars?" . . . Deep in our
memories are Mr. Arnade's piano playing,
Mary Bozorth's constant munching on an apple,
Marilyn and Dick and the spanking scene,
Sonya's laughing at her own lines, and how
Dodo and cues never got along . . . Finally our
play was presented for so many people and
we were a success, Mr. Arnade had helped us
to make a fine name for the Class of "52 . . .
At last spring rolled around and before
we knew it, there were exams and the prom . . .
The prom with all its lovely decorations and the
wonderful time we all had. Somehow, when
we left the gym, there was a lump in our throats
when we realized that this was to be our last
high school prom . . . Then there were com-
mencement rehearsals and our Washington trip
. . . We'll never forget the aching feet and tired
bodies at the end of the day, but somehow
there was still enough energy left in us to keep
us awake practically all night-laughing cmd
joking. With bags under our eyes, we returned
home happily saying that the trip was one of
the best times of our lives . . .
At last the day to which we'd been look-
ing forward for four years arrived-commence
ment! Somehow it wasn't so happy as we
thought it would be, because we suddenly
realized how completely wonderful our four
years at Vineland High had been. As we tumed
our red tassels, a little tear sparkled in our
eyes, but we quickly wiped it away because
We had faith in our classmates-the future Mr.
and Mrs. America-the Class of l952!
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Thomas Mr A
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Valletta Mary Ann
Van Dyke Helen
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Van Steyn Bernard
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Watson Mr. 6 Mrs. Stanley
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Wrgglesworth Mr 6Mrs John
Wtlde Mr 6Mrs Russell
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Winslow Mr 6Mrs William
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617 Landis Avenue
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Phone Vlnelomd 7 1000
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Ph VI 7 0991
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CLASS OF 1952
STIIHTTIIIIS MITO SERVICE
210 LANDIS AVENUE
215 WOOD STREET
Studebaker Sales and Serv1ce Serberlmg Tues
Dlrect Factory Dealer South Iersey D1str1butor
SOUTH IERSEYS OLDEST AND LARGEST
TIRE RECAPPING ESTABLISHMENT
Cars and Trucks Thermoeweld Recapping
AND BEST WISHES TOOI
Now those long study per1ods over book ond pen
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plans env1s1on1ng your own world ot tomorrow
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GROWING GROWING GROWING
515 South Seventh Street
VINELAND N I
Phones VI 7 1757 7 1370
For "QUALITY FEEDS" PouItrymen Depend On
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BEST WISI-IES FOR THE GRADUATING CLASS
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SEARS ROEBUCK 8: CO
727 Landls Avenue
VINELAND NEW IERSEY
Phone VI 7 3900
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CHTEBINH HARDWARE C0.
VINELAND NEW IERSEY
HOT POINT APPLIANCES HOOVER CLEANERS
DAVID ROSENTHAL Inc:
6th and Qumce Streets
VINELAND N I
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CROWN CLOTHING CO
B09 Paul Street
VINELAND NEW IERSEY
phone VI 7 0343
Compl ments Phone VI 7 1389
G MORELLO S SONS
MEATS cmd GROCERIES
7th and Cherry Streets
M ZUKERMAN 51 C0 VINELAND N 1
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Phone: VI 7-0996
EXPERT FLEET SERVICE
ZUCCI-YS BAKERY +
VINELANDS OLDEST BAKERS STB-AUSS BRQTHERS
BETTER BREAD and PASTRY Boulevard and Park Avenue
VINELAND NEW IERSEY
7th and Cherry Streets
MR and MRS I C SCHWARZMAN
Phone VI 9 3247
ALEXANDER LUMBER COMPANY Inc
SPECIAL MILLWORK TO ORDER
From Poundcmon Thru Decorohon
SIMON T AIEXANDER Pop
N E Boule ard and Oxford Street
VINELAND NEW IERSEY
LUMBER CS BUILDING SUPPLIES
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BETTY ANNE CAN DIES
126 Mount Vemon Avenue
HADDONFIELD N I
CLYDE G HITCHNER
REAL ESTATE APPRAISALS
640 Land1s Avenue
VINELAND N I
Phone VD 7 1033
REAL ESTATE BROKER
43 Oak Road
VINELAND N I
GARDEN STATE FLORIST
FEORGE CAVAGNARO Prop
KOppos1te Hlgh Schooll
R10 e VI 7 2040
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NORMA NEW IERSEY
MANUFACTURING JEWELER oPToMETR1sT
VINELAND N I
KEENCO POULTRY EQUIPMENT
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phone 7-0580 Compliments of
S. I. MCMAHAN
UN SWORTI-I MOTOR CO
SEA FOOD MARKET
DESOTO - PLYMOUTH
716 Landis Avenue
VINELAND, N. I. 234 Landis Avenue
ENDICOTT SUPPLY COMPANY
PLUMBING HEATING and INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES
Boulevard and Pear Streets
VINELAND NEW IERSEY
Telephone VI 7 0682
Phone VIneIond 7 0235
EAST END MOTOR CO NEVVFIELD WOOD
An Orgamzatlon of SQFVICG Smce 1909 NEWFIELD N I
VINELAND N I
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ROCK HAMP CROSS
SEX LINKED CROSS
N I U S Approved Pullorum Clean
SOUTH VINELAND NEW IERSEY
Co phm nts of
SOUTH IERSEY PRODUCE
CO OP ASSN INC
EAST VINELAND NEW IERSEY
HOLLAND FURNACE CO
BEST WISHES FOR SUCCESS
IOFFE LUMBER COMPANY
VINELAND DRUG CO
7th and Landls A enue
VINELAND N I
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B. GIACALONE, Reg. Ph.
Tee h T1 2 -274
MR and MRS
HARRYROMAN MICHEL S
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KAISER cm d HENRY I 'V N v'
PETER LEVARI IR
South Mcun Road
VINELAND TO NEW YORK
Phone VI 7 5321 Cargo Insured
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GOOD LUCK QUALITY FEEDS
ALWAYS FIRSY QP UALITY
NORMA NEW IERSEY
75 W Landls Avenue
VINELAND N I
COMMERCIAL AIR CONDITION
AUTHORIZED CROSLEY DEALER
Phone VI 7 2191
Runs your errornds Meets your guests
ond does both superlortlvely Well
F EARL RICKERD
122 LANDIS AVENUE
Your Dlrt I My Money
GENERAL HAJLING TREES REMOVED
For Qurck P Iloble SYVICS Coll VI 7 6492
0 Plum Street VINELAND NEW IERSEY
Courteo s Qerxlce Phone 7 2654
QUALITY MEATS and GROCERIES
602 Chestnut Avenue
VINELAND NEW IERSEY
PALACE BAKING COMPANY
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
Speclol Att Ptlon to BANQUETS ond PARTIES
Sondwrcn Rye Pumpermckel
Banquet Rolls French Loaf
nelond 7 0175 429 Plum Street
A F R I E N D
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TO THE CLASS OF '52
BRENTWOOD UPHOLSTERING CO
Manufacturers of Eme Living Room SUIIGS
Remodeling Repamng and RGI11'11Slf11I'1g
Custom Made Slip Covers
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
S W Boulevard and Grape Street
Phone Vlneland 9 8063
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VI 7 l208
VINELAND N I
KOTOK S MARKET
W B MOYER CO
P UMBIING HEATING
MENS dBoYS STORE
VINELAND N I
MANGINO S SHOE STORE
FAMOJS NAME BRANDS
NEWI-'IELD N I
PHILIP S GARAGE
NEWFIELD N I
I Phone: -
Alterations an e airs Our S ecialty
434 Cm is Avenue E. C estnut Avenue
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Compliments of . . .
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6th reet and Landis Avenue A
VINELAND- N- I- Boulevard and Cherry St.
Compliments of Phone: VInelan -3241
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Samples and Cancellations
507 Cm is Avenue N. E. oulevctrd cmd Arch Street
one: VI -
NEWELL CLOTHING CO.
Seventh and Qulnce Streets
VINELAND NEW I ERSEY
COMPLIMENTS OF Cornplrments of
NEWFIELD FOOD MARKET
NETJFTELD NEW IERSEY
FREEDMAN S BAKERY
529 Plum Street
BE T IN HOT GOODS
RALPH IVIEAT MARKET
643 Lcmdxs Avenue
VINELAND NEW IERSEY
Phone VI 7 U7C7 Walter H Lawrence
LAWRENCE S GARAGE
22 Columbm Avenue
VINELAND N I
RECAPP JG A SPECIALTY
8 h and Lcmdxs Avenue
VINELAND N I
7 52 9 Salem 660
DAVES TELEVISION SERVICE
86 W Landxs Avenue
VINELAND N I
ENIOY THE BEST
Co nplxmente of
STRINGARIS CI'I'IES SERVICE
CNexi to Hlgh Schooll
VINELAND N I
Aff H Taylor Stuart D Taylor
ALEX M TAYLOR G SON
ERAL VJSURA CE REAL ESTATE
545 Landxs Avenue
VINELAND N I
VI - f
Bruno Melini Phone' Vlnelcznd 7-0581 IN RADIO ENTERTAINMEIQT
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WORKERS OF AMERICA
Manager PHILIP RUDICH
Secretary Treasurer SOLOMON FRISS
IOHN GUIDA CARL GIORDANO
IOSEPH OLIVA BERNARD IARGOWSKY
ANNA BERTINO MARINO BLRNARDINI
EDWARD WARREN 'I'HE ROSEBUD
SO VINELAND N Y DELICIOJS RAVIOLI DINNERS
BE KELN d BUY TEENS GARDEN STATE CLEANERS
GAY HOSIERY ANTHONY EIORE Q1 EUGENE BERTACHE
VINELAND N VI 9 8209
THE SPOT MEAT MARKET
PRODUCE MEAT GROCERIES
SUBMARINES C1 SANDWIORES MINOTOLA N 1
VI 9 9822
POND COAL COMPANY R RIN To 6
OLD COMPANYS LEHIGH REAL ES AT-TIgX5FSURC1i,NCENM RC?
ANTHRACITE c 1 T O TG GRS
ANTHRAc1TE HARD COAL W B G
GULF FUEL OIL WOOD VTNET-HND N Y
VI 9 3660 VI 7 1994
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Spaghettl Sauces Cooked Spaghettt
Spaghettt Wrth Meat Balls
Roasted Peppers Caponata
T1t1na Flag Gtardlntera and Mt Beauty Brands
UDDO G TAORMINA COMPANY
527 Chestnut Avenue
VINELAND N I
Phone VI 7 1565
Cable Address UTA Vlneland N I
C 6. S SERVICE
ARTHUR cosLoP d LEE PANCHERI
GAsouNE on. GULF PRoDUc'rs
VINELAND N I
VI 7 4159
B E C KE R S
CH NA d GLASSWARE
VINELAND N I
I NEWBERRY CO
631 Landms Avenue
VINELAND N I
R DICK GARDELLA
ROOFING and SIDING
Valley Ave and Sharp Rd
VINELAND NEW IERSEY
Dral VI 7 5574
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Seventh and Elmer Streets
I Phones: -- VI -
542 an is Avenue
SHAPIRO CLOTHING CO
VINELAND NEW IERSEY
ARMY NAVY GOODS CANVAS TARPS
Wes! and Landxs Avenues
VINELAND ELECTRIC SUPPLY
Chestnut and East Avenues
VINELAND NEW IERSEY
Phone VI 7 1267
DEALER IN LIVE POULTRY
South Mum Road
VINELAND NEW IERSEY
14 No Delsea Dnve
VINELAND NEW IERSEY
Phone V 7 2311
CIRCLE BEAUTY SALON
16 North Delsea Dnve
VINELAND NEW IERSEY
C A P P Y S
QUALITY MILK and CREAM
VINELAND N I
AIR CONDITIONING SHEET META WORK
560 N Delsect Dnve
VINELAND N I
Tele-phon VI 9 8058
REAL ESTATE VI 7 5525 INSURANCE
1901 Our 1:'IIt1eth Armmversciry 1951
BRAY 6. MGCGEORGE
LEWIS D De-MARCO
634 Lcmdxs Avenue Vmelcm
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Phwer V1 9-7085 Phone VI 9.7749
C. M. LAURY P. R. LAURY G. B. LAURY
President Treasurer Vice President
LAURY HEATING COMPANY
COAL - OIL - GAS
HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING
511 13 Plum Street
VINELAND NEW IERSEY
Phone Vineland 9 3861
CARNEGIE S GARAGE
VI 9 8014
VVILSON S STA'I'IONERY STORE
v1N1-:LAND N I
VINELAND N I
LIRIO CHEIVIICAL CO
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VINELAND NEW JERSEY
RICHLAND FEED CO
PAUL FANUCCI P p
FREND S SHOE STORE
VINELAND N I
VINELAND CHEESE CO
FRESH RICOTTA d LATT1c1N1
VINELAND N I
GREGAN'I'I S POUL'I'RY MARKET
VINELAND N I
VI 7 1672
' Compliments of
31 o umbia Avenue '
541 cxndis Avenue
Phone: - . . .
Compliments of Compliments of
S S ree! and Landis Avenue 7th reet an ark Avenue
Phone: Vlnelan -lU93
, ro , S. E. oulevurd and Walnut Road
A To please your family and your friends, get a goo
Compliments of Chicken at
I Ches nut Avenue Near Main Road
612 andts Avenue
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the V1S1blC guarantee of 1nv1s1ble quallty
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, glassware has been first choice among
laboratory techmclans for mam years
It IS accurately made from mold blown
blanks and maclune drawn tubmg
retempered for maxlmum durabllxty
1 PRECISION graduated glassware
callbrated retested and certlfled to
meet requlrements ofthe lNat1onal Bu
reau of Standards NORMAY IS the
symbol of utmost accuracy
Blu I e EXAX RclsldFl k.Nu 28015 200ml
IS the most wldelw used graduated ware
Its accuracy IS assured by expert crafts
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KIMBLE GLASS INOLLDOI OHIO
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