Carrie Palmer Weber Middle School - Portfolio Yearbook (Port Washington, NY)

 - Class of 1963

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Q WXKXSXX15 Just, AJ NL' C jf x9bL.ff giilfw , Q Nflif ff' in Mjfff 1247 ww W -my MA J .MW VW ' Q 1 My ul, V ..Alf Sf MSL Y X WW W JE fwxigbf ""'K I BIWYSREQ " KUQXL Awjvwxgj I Q jxffphl ' iii fgiJCJ0:g:A355EVQP 'IZQEQJEWEBER JUNIORKHIGH sci-looL piiw X LMA Y ivy! LN N196 Vzushlllamfn, ,ong xlsland, N. Y ig!!- XX' W 5 X FOREWORD "Nothing Great Was Ever Achieved Without Enthusiasm." -Ralph Waldo Emerson "Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm." No bridges were built, no cities grew, no victories were won, no moral principles triumphed without enthusiasm backing them up. And who was it that backed them up? lt was not only men like George Washington, Julius Caeser, and Abraham lincoln, but it was the mild and the meek who didn't feel it necessary to let the world know who they were. All through life enthusiasm will be necessary to reach various goals and the youth of today must either have this quality innately or must acquire it. School is a fine place to exercise enthusiasm and most students have taken advantage of it. For those who have not, there is a lifetime of goals that lie ahead and enthusiasm will be the key to reaching them. Thus, this l963 Yearbook's theme has been chosen to be enthusiasm, one of the most important qualities a per- son should have. For it will guarantee satisfaction in any situation, no matter how diftlcult. Foreword ..... Dedication ....... Faculty ........,., Class of '63 ...... Naturals ............... Seventh Graders ....... Eighth Graders .....,.....,...... School Organizations ............ ....., Enthusiasm Around Weber .....,. ...... Enthusiasm in the Classroom Enthusiasm Concluded ............... ...... .0 CVM QQCX MQW 0. sfo Mr QGQK V569 l CONTENTS Q csflfgggifis fj3w,1ffWA"W A Nt DEDICATIO The ninth grade class of Weber this year is one of the finest that has ever been educated in this school. One of the features that has made these students so out- standing is that they have taken an interest in a variety of fields, not only athletic, but academic and artistic as well. While some students have preferred playing basketball during noon or after school, others have spent much time singing in the various choruses or participating in a language club. Almost every student has found a particular field that has attracted his attention, and he has managed to find the time to participate in it. With these many interests, the future of the students of Weber appears to be a bright one, and has much to offer. When they become adults, these young men and women will branch into numerous areas according to their interests and will utilize what they have learned in their years of education. Thus this 1963 Yearbook is dedicated to the future and success of the ninth grade students at Weber this year. THE FACULTY N Mr. huh, Principal Mr. Huron, Anlskmi Principal Mr. Parker Miss Newman Mr. Glllolh i 1 5 E ' x GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT , 12 iii Mrs. Chollol Nuns .. X 51 xt X . 'B z ,-,QL wil' X N V 55.5 X X X xii .Wm A 5 XX NNNNNNN S W Mrs. Mmmsngolo Xxwfwme X, X f :X X. i - XXXXX. - X---i - .,. 5. gli i :I .XY- :iff QX ..L -:X X . R .1...:' ist Q X xxx K X. M. .... S .., XX Vkhk 1 .L DN 'X X T X Qi . X S X XX X A X X X X Q X X N X X X XXX X XXX .X X XX XX X X X A X X N X A X Q X XX X X XX w X NS .X X X A .gm Xxw X X SX X. X N X XXX X SSXX X S X X X SX A X X X X X X XX X X X . Mrs. Plllank Mn. Brooks SECRETARIAL STAFF Miss Dalloy Mr. Goodwin Miss Duorkson Mr. Dcwlh PHYSICAL EDUCATION MUSIC DEPARTMENT Mrs. Howe Mr. Melchior Miss McCann Mr. Tullor Mrs. Koh sucusu oermzmsnr 645525 o.Ccv. v- f-af-D ' N E Miss Bouhlin Mrs. Dalnurd Mrs. Mzbsrmott Mrs. Schwwbo LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT 1 s Mrs. Lund Mrs. Summls Mr. Corrigan Mr. Cralns HOME ECONOMICS INDUSTRIAL ARTS I Miss DuBois Mr. Moyslrlk Mrs. Eisenberg Mr. Slrnun Mrs. Volfz MATH DEPARTMENT Mr. Millar Mr. Dngnlf Miss lou Hd 1' Mr. Thorp HISTORY - N EEET 1 : I I I , 4 Favqil . " ','L'if NJ 431: - JfI'.5FfI'! ' ig iiilrlt-' ?f'in. Mn. Shoe Mr. Wllllums Mrs. Shmborg Mr. Stevens INTEGRATED STUDIES ENGLISH SCIENCE AND MATH Mr. Elonko Mln Mcintlggm Mn. Pomr Min Williams BUSINESS ART LIBRARIAN DRAMATIC5 Mr. Carpmlio Mr.,FaIoIlu Mn. Conch! Mr. Goldberg Mr. Nuwlon SCIENCE DEPARTMENT ig? Rf' A il? E32 CIEISS L C9 of AQ KAN l 7 1 B3 N 9 X X .- 70 C-Q 013V 'axcx 1 ff W iff 1 1' L.,,M4g, ,, h h , f- ffx ,X , Qi? Michael Adler "Mike" . . . math and latin . . . very active in school affairs and sports . . . sailing, swimming, bike riding , . . tropical Bsh raiser . . . Student Council . lawyer. . future Mary Aikman "Peggy" . . . enthusi- astic dancer - popular records . . . has inter- est in social studies and likes Mr. Degner . . . future professional dancer. Ross Allegretti Very active in sports, soccer, track, football, basketball, baseball . . . likes social studies . . . future lawyer. Beverly Angevine "Bev" . . . likes to dance, play records . . . always talking . . . en- ioys math . . . always seen at the Beehlves . . . Hostess Commlttee . . . future nurse. Llnda Anthony "Toni" . . . great per- sonality . . . G.A.A. tennis manager . . . Yearbook and Port Crier . . . Spanish Club, Busi- ness Club and Hostess Committee . . . great dancer . . . enioys home economics . . . cham- pion talker. Corol Archer Beautiful eyes . . . vi- vaclous . . , sports participant, swimming, horseback riding, and water skiing . . . intra- murals . . . active in school affairs . . . Stu- dent Council represen- tative . . . Yearbook Staff . . . Prospective stewardess. Lucille Arcouet "lu" . . . horseback riding enthusiast . . . loves to swim . . . never misses a Beehive . . . enioys English . . . Mr. Degner fan . . . loves to dance. Erik Aschonbunnor Barry Baker Very precise . . . social Water sports scuba studies and biology . . . diving boating band . . . Port Crier model ships us: . . . Business Club . . . ness enthusiast intramurals . . . track mystery but? future . . . baseball . . . bas- pharmacist ketball . . . likes to read . . . girlsl . . . future lawyer. John Bnnbach "Johann" . . . mechan- ically minded . . . builds model cars . . . mechan- Icol drawing . . . pian- ist . . . likes Weber . . . has hopes of being an automotive stylist. Joseph Banos "Joe" . . . sports par- ticipant . . . swimming . . . horseback riding . . . track team . . . all intramurals . . . has sword collection . . . photography bug . . . future ieweler. Wllllarn Barth "Bill" . . . girlsl . . . water sports and intra- murals . . . enioys Eng- lish . . . likes cars, movies, records . . . "let's Dance" . . . future automotive en- glnoer. Kenneth Bednars Douglas Bennetts "Ken" . . . likes water Doug Intramurals sports . . . naturalist, basketball reptiles and insects . . . likes social studies collects stamps . . . en- enioys bowling an ioys science . . . future football food fan biologist . . . enioys possible future ln sclenoe flctlon. pharmacy Susan Berman "Sue" . . . pretty n' pert . . . French Club, Port Crier, Yearbook Stal? . . . intramurals . . . hockey team . . . likes Shelly Berman? aspires to be a doctor. Max Blank Good dancer . . . track . . . cross country . . . all intramurals . . . col- lects records . . . Qirlsl . . . "Shout and Shim- my" . . . future en- gineer. Mary Bliss Reserved . . . likes to go horseback riding . . . Yearbook Staff . -. . French Club . . . intra- murals . . . "I Had a Dream Last Night" . . . prospective teacher. Anne Blodgett A lot of fun and a real nlghtingale . . . Glee Club . . . Chorus . . . hockey and volleyball . . . horseback riding . . . biolo99Y is a favor- lie. 6eoIrey Boehm "Geoff" . . . sports en- thusiast . . . soccer and baseball teams . . . in- tramurals . . . Student Council representative . . . girls and records . . . enioys history . . . hopes to become a do- stgning engineer. Frank Bolway "Sandy" . . . likes glrls and food . . . band, track, intramurals, ski- ing, sailing, swimming . . . aspires to be a veterinarian. Stephen Brenner "Steve" . . . elforves- cent . . . Student Coun- cil member . . . Year- book Staff and P.A. Squad . . . sports: sail- ing, intramurals, track . . . always at Beehives . . . prospective lawyer or doctor. CIlRord Brower "Cliff" . . . baseball fan . . . always seen with Pat and Tony Trin- chitella . . . his future is undecided. Charlotte Brunner Retiring . . . Chorus and Gloe Club . . . likes to sail . . . avid lis- tener to Broadway mu- sicals . . . art . . . likes Steve McQueen . . . future airline hos- toss. Robert Buonasera "Bob" . . . loves to ge horseback riding and swimming . . . enioys sleeping tremendously . . . intramurals . . . "The Masters Call" . . . future electrical can- tractor. John Campana Charles Cannarn Michael Canuso Loves photography and "Charlie" . . . likes "Mike" . . . favors tropical fish . . . Phe- girls and cars . . . in- math . . . soccer, base- tography Club . . . so- tramurals -- basketball, ball, basketball . . . cial studies is a favorite soccer, lacrosse . . . likes to collect stamps . . . .lack Parr fan. enioys math . . . loves . . . real nice guy . . . money . . . future law- yer. future billionaire? Charles Caprarlello Susan Case "Charlie" . . . Bee- "Sue" . . . likes dances hives . . . enioys social and Beehives . . . cute studies . . . soccer . . . and popular . . . intra- intramurals . . . base- murals . . . French Club ball . . . Stage and . . . the telephone is a lighting Crew . . . likes girl's best friend . . . collecting records . . . boysl . . . likes algebra "Sherry" . . . future . . . future stewardess. surgeon. Richard Cashman "Rick" . . . Bob Hope fan . . . likes intra- murals, social studies, and tropical fish . . . Photography Club . . . future teacher. Susan Barbara Cass "Susie" . . . traveler . . . likes math and gym . . . horses . . . record and dances . . . "Moon River" . . . Mr. Miller fan . . . aspires to be an actress. Blllle Casson! Musically inclined . . . orchestra, Chorus, Glee Club . . . active in in- tramurals . . . French Club . . . Yearbook Staff . . . loves Bee- hives. Victor Catalano "Bugsy" . . . man- about-town . . . sports participant ., . . soccer . . . basketball . . . baseball . . . future test pilot . . likes science. Dale Chesney "Doc" . . . likes boys ' and all sports . . . par- ticipates in Business Club, Glee Club, Red Cross Club .. . she hopes to become a doc- tar. Ira Chudd "I" . . . seen every- where . . . Captain at Stage and lighting Crew . . . Beehive Staff . . . active in P.A. Squad, A.V. Squad, Omce Staff, Spanish Club . . . en- ioys pharmacy --- we wonder why? Brian Coffey Loves to go Hshing . . . fishl tishl and mare fish . . . soccer and tennis . . . Mr. Thorp fan . . . wants to go into forestry and wildlife service. Peter Cole Sports enthusiast, swim- ming, skiing, booting, and all land sports . . . Math Club . . . Business Club . . . Spanish Club . . . money, money, money. Janet Cardin "Jan" . . . likes col- lecting foreign dolls . . . French Club . . . Year- book Stali . . . Glee Club . . . enioys Eng- lish . . . always seen with Mary l.e Savage . . . future English teacher. Joy Cena Petite . . . loves to talk . . . enioys horseback riding . . . swimming . . . ice skating . . . hopes to become a nurse. Winthrupe Cray, Jr. "Win" . . . Stage and lighting Crew . . . en- ioys television . . . cpl- lecting stamps . . . likes science and Mr. Faiella. - Sheryl Crouse Patrick Cunningham Rose D'Amelio "Sherry" . . . friendly "Pot" . . . glrlsl . . . "Theresa" . . . inter- and outgoing . . . ac- eating at George's . . . ested in swimming . . . tive in sports . . . G. likes cars and hunting water skiing . . , tennis A.A .... softball mon- . . . Mr. Degner fan . . . baseball . . . tra- ager . . . hockey . . . . . "La Bomba." veling and horseback V0lleYball . . . intro- riding . . . likes sci- murals . . . swimming nece . . . Miss Du Bois. ...boysl...Mr. Faleila fan. Barbara Damlani Hostess Committee . . . loves collecting movie magazines and pictures of movie stars . . . Mrs. Sammis and home eca- nomics . . . prospective hair stylist. Susan Davis "Sue" . . . lovely girl . . . Student Council Veep . . . former Stu- dent Council Sec .... P.A. Staff . . . French Club . . . great sense of humor . . . tennis fan . . . future in the theatre. John C. Dello-lacono Nice guy . . . basket- ball . . . track . . . football . . . intramu- rals . . . likes Itallan food . . . model mak- ing . . . playing drums . . . Mr. Seman fan . . . future doctor. Wendy Dennis Petite . . . Yearbook Staff . . . Port Crier . . . intramurals . . . dra- matics . . . Chorus . . . Girls' Glee Club . likes swimming . . reading . . . acting . . prospective nurse. .lane Dewey "Janey" . . . peppy and vivacious . . . G. A. A. basketball man- ager . . . active in sports: hockey, softball, modern dance, volley- ball...band... orchestra . . . boysl . . . prospective gym teacher. Stephen Dewey "Steve" . . . traveling man . . . intramurals . . . Yearbook Staff . . . Port Crier . . . enioys skiing . . . sailing . . . ice skating . . . tennis . . . swimming . . . "What's this world com- ing to?" Tam Dunlop Sports fan . . . track . . . basketball . . . intramurals . . . gym . . . history and food enthusiast . . . always seen with Teddy . . . future sports writer. r larry Edwards loves food . . . Busi- ness Club . . . baseball fan . . . baseball intra- murals . . . history . . . "Sherry" . . . future in professional baseball. Martha Fader "Marty" . . . music fan . . . records . . . Glee Club . . . Chorus . . . "Maria" . . . devotee of the Kingston Trio . . . Spanish Club . . . art . . . horseback riding . . . Mr. Seman. Alan Falkawltz Science and math fan . . . reading enthusiast . . . Business Club . . . intramurals . . . "Oh, those endless homework assignmentsl" Daniel Dartmm "Danny" . . . Yearbook Business Manager . . . soccer team . . . biology . . . likes history . . . tennis fan . . . aspires to enter the field of scl- ence. Rodger Fenton "Rag" . . . loads of fun . . . goes out for football . . . track . . . Student Council . . . plays records more often than the disc iockeys . . . future millionaire. llene Farber Mary Ferris Patricia Finn "l" . . . fun to be with "Sandy" . . . give her "Pat" . . . petite and . . . traveler . . . active books, food, and tele- cute . . . sports enthu- around school . . . Bus- vision and she'll be hop- siast . . . horseback iness Club . . K. French ny . . . Glee Club . . . riding . . . boating . . . Club . . . Glee Club sports enthusiast. tennis . . . intramurals . . . Glee Club . . . . . . Yearbook Staff. . . Chorus . . . intramurals likes dramatics . . . kilts . . . Yearbook Staff . . . and sweaters . . . fu- Port Crier . . . art and ture actress. drawing. linda Fisher Nlce . . . beautiful clothes . . . Chorus . . . Assistant Yearbook Edi- tor . . . Port Crier . . . French Club . . . sports enthusiastg horseback riding, tennis . . . loves American history . . . future teacher. lefrey Flowers "Jett" . . . likes girls and sporlsg basketball, swimming, sailing, soc- cer, cross county track, intramurals . . . Year- book Stott . . . P.A. Squad . . . future her- mit? Susan French "Sue" . . . likes music, Bute, Glee Club . . . sports tang especially water and winter sports . . . enioys languages . . . future in interior decorating. .teri Friedman likes sports: intramur- als, horseback riding, tennis . . . Glee Club . . . Chorus . . . Year- book Staff . . . Port Crier . . . Spanish Club . . . adores English and wants to be an English teacher. Carolyn Fritz "Frltzie" . . . really sweet . . . loves sewing . . . fashions . . . cook- ing . . . President of the Hostess Committee . . . intramurals . . . band and orchestra . . . Yearbook Staff . . . fu- ture fashion designer. Theodore Furth "Teddy" . . . model cars . . . football . . . intramurals . . . likes algebra and science . . . "The Monster Mash" . . . future X-Ray Tech- nician. Marla Gornbale Library Staff . . . Hos- tess Committee . . . en- ioys English and his- tory . . . likes music and books . . . future housewife. Brian Gamble "Doc" . . . active about school . . . President of, the Student Council and band . . . intramurals . . . loves sailing and playing the drums . . . future in the Navy or Marines. Anne Marie Gaudloso "Ann" . . . Hostess Committee . . . likes history . . . equally fond of radio and television . . . cat fancier . . . future beautician. leglna Gilbert "Gina" . . . loves mus- ic and dancing . . . en- l ioys tennis . . . swim- ming and boys . . . al- gebra . . , collects pen- nies . . . future medical doctor. Peter Goldman Likes swimming and div- ina . . . football . . . tishlng . . . avid tele- vision watcher . . . money, money, moneyl . . . member of the band . . . future scientist. Paul Golomb Math whiz . . . ninth grade Chorus . . . likes sports, football, swim- ming, skiing . . . bond . . . future engineer. Joel Gratsteln I James Graham loves science fiction . . . "Jimmy" . . . glrlsl . . . Business Club . . . al- water skiing . . . scuba ways looting . . . intra- diving . . . enioys math murals. . . . future millionaire . . . "Dear Lord." .lack Gray George Greco Anne Green Kathleen Grogan Orchestra . . . track . . . Enioys Beehives and "Gang" . . . never stops "Kathy" . . . newcomer enioys factoring trino- sports . . . likes Mrs. dancing . . . wild over to Weber . . . finds Eng- mials that are perfect Eisenberg . . . future George Maharis . . . lish enioyable . . . 'lT.V. squares . . . swimming millionaire? "Walk Don't Run." itis . . . "Tonight Ta- . . . shooting . . . foot- night." ball . . . future car de- signer. Wllllaln Guorrlori "Bill" . . . soccer, foot- ball, basketball, base- ball. . . band . . .fu- ture astronaut or aero- nautical engineer. Marlorle Harper "Bobo" . . . G.A.A. President . . . great all around . . . loves art . . . horses . . . Bee- hives . . . Chorus . . . Glee Club . . . likes the Student Councll Kathryn Haggerty "Kathy" . . welcome addition to talkative Club . . studies . secretary. ,-XX. with. . . . future . Hos- mem- Roborta Harding "Bobby" . . . fun to know . . . band, orches- tra . . . loves all sports . . . G.A.A. tumbling manager . . . hockey . . . volleyball . . . en- ioys math . . . future ln nursing. -X Harrington Daniel HeQeman E, . girls . . . "Dan" . . . guiet,,liut tennis fan . . . likes . . . Stage and ,tight- and algebra . . . ing Crew . . Lvflikes to lawyer . . . great sail . . . future in agri- culture. 1" Jeffrey Holloway "Jeff" . . . cross coun- try and track . . . likes building model cars . . . loves sleeping 'til il a.m .... Mr. Craine fan. Miriam Howe "Bebe" . . . onioys singing and music . . . orchestra . . . Glee Club . . . Port Crier and Year- book Staffs . . . intra- murals . . . collects an- tiques . . . loves to play the piano. Jacqueline Huhn "Jacquie" . . . talking and giggling . . . won- derful alto . . . Chorus ...GleeClub... hockey . . . intramurals . . . Yearbook Staff . . . French Club . . . Student Council representative . . . future scientist. Barl Hyman French Club . . . hockey . . . intramurals . . . dramatics fan . . . won- derful soprano . . . as- pires to a teaching career. Barbara Jaffe "Barb" . . . oh, that laugh . . . fantastic sense of 'humor . . . Chorus . . . Glee Club . . . intramurals . . . dramatics . . . Vice- President of the Spanish Club . . . drools over Dr. Kildare. Regina Hotarok "Reggie" . . . rnuslc and sports . . . Glee Club . . . Chorus . . . intramurals. Marlorte .lonnone James Jenson Ingrid Johanson Timothy Johnson "Margie" . . . always "Jim" . . . professlonal "Ing" . . . the person- "Tim" . . . football fan seen with a smile . . . girl watcher . . . loves ality kid . . . always . . . track . . . enioys waits impatiently for those short skirts . . . fun . . . Beehives . . . making model boats . . . vacations . . . "Endless sports enthusiast . . . parties . . . dances . . . future in the navy. Sleep" . . . future sec- intramurals . . . tennis G.A.A. secretary . . . retary. . . . future in law. modern dance . . . French Club Secretory . . . dromatlcs fan. Warren Jones "Skip" . . . football en- thusiast . . . car fan . . . likes 9th period . . . future multimil- lionoirell Karl Kaiser Girlsl girlsl girlsl . . . great personality . . . soccer and track teams . . . Student Council representative . . . Mr. Faiello . . . future doc- tor. Eugene Katz "Gene" . . . oh, that red hair . . . enioys Latin . . . Mrs. McDer- mott . . . soccer . . . builds models . . . Pro- spective architect. Jack Keen "Jackie" . . . soccer . . . basketball . . . plays drums . . . enioys building models . . . spends spare time work- ing on cars . . . hoping for o shorter school day. Tom Kellogg "T.K." . . . sports and more sportsg swimming, bowling, intramurals . . . likes English . . . anything but limo beans. Reade Klng Mr. Moystrik fan . . . loves to draw . . . Span- ish Club . . . band . . . biology . . . "Shout" . . . future in the for- eign service. Leslie Kotcher Good things come ln small packages . . . a real nightingale . . . Chorus . . . Glee Club . . . loves sports and reading . . . Yearbook Stat? . . . Part Crier Staff . . . college bound. Catherine Krapp "Cathy" . . . oh, that curly red hair . . . nice smile . . . sports . . . horses . . . swimming . . . Chorus . . . Glee Club . . . loves French and music. Thomas Kuchlnsky "Kucky" . . . Stage and lighting Crews . . . AV squad . . . P.A. Stat? . . . enioys playing the guitar . . . always in the general ottice or wandering the halls. Fredrlch Lamac "Freddy" . . . sports enthusiastg football, baseball, water skiing . . . model cars and boats . . . likes social studies . . . future en- glneer. Ernest lamas "Ernie" . . . radios and go-carts . . . enioys con- struction and tinkering . . . shop and manual arts . . . hopes for a career in radio. Kathy Landry "Kath" . . . lively and vivacious . . . boysl boysl boysl . . . Year- book Staff . . . Port Crier Staff . . . Hostess Committee . . . always seen with Claudia . . . future home economist. Jean lonlk "Jeannie" . . . boysl boysl boysl . . . always seen with Sandy and Pot . . . anyone seen my teasing comb? Richard Lanlk "lc" . . . enioys mak- ing models . . . fishing . . . Mr. Carpenito . . . science . . . "Green Onions" . . . future scl- entist. William lanen "Bill" . . . reticent . . . actlve intramural parti- cipant . . . makes dif- ferent types of movies . . . appreciates algebra . . . Red Skelton. Russell Leigh "Russ" . . . new, but active in soccer, basket- ball, baseball . . . likes algebra . . . can't wait for 3:15. Gary Leonard Intramurals . . . foot- ball . . . soccer . . . likes history and Mr. Holt . . . future adver- tiser. Mary Le Savage Sweet and outgoing . . . participates in French Club, Yearbook Stott, intramurals, Chorus. Cvlee Club . . . loves to swim . . . prospective nurse. Susan lewis "Sue" . . . Yearbook Stott . . . French Club . . . intramurals . . . likes many sports, swim- ming, bowling, and ice skating . . . likes his- tory . . . sweet. . . future nurse. laura I.'Hommedieu Excellent athletic ability . . . participates in hockey and intromurals . . . Volleyball manager . . . Yearbook Staff . . . great dancer . . . friend- ly type . . . very gre- garious. David Thomas Lloyd "Tom" . . . loves sports, track, intramurals . . . band and orchestra . . . science enthusiast . . . quiet, nice, friendly . . . collects coins and rocks . . . never seen wlthout his French horn. Roberta Logan "Robbie" . . . lively and loves to talk . . . swimming and reading enthuslast . . . enioys dramatics . . . aspires to a career as an airline stewardess. Mitchell Luther "Mltch" . . . tall and popular . . . loves to have a good time . . . girlsl . . . Johnny Ma- this fan . . . sports en- thusiast . . . "Sherry," James MacCallurn "Jim" . . . quiet . . . loves to relax . . . par- ticipates in all sports, soccer, basketball, foot- boll . . . loves pizza, T.V., and vacations . . . "Sherry." Marie Macchla Cute and petite . . . al- ways smiling . . . Hos- tess Committee . . . loves sports . . . swimming . . . enioys home eco- nomics . . . future pri- vate secretary. Michael MacDonald "Mickey" . . . Photos- raphy Club . . . enioys algebra . . . likes swim- ming and nights with no homework . . . Red Skel- ton fan . . . future elec- trical engineer. Stephanie Maier "Stephie" . . . bubbly personality, great danc- er . . . active in G.A.A. . . . hockey, tumbling, softball, and intramur- als . . . Yearbook Staff, P.A. Squad . . . future teacher. .lean Mana "Jeanie" . . . appre- ciates the teachers and the various activities Weber has to offer . . . Glee Club . . . loves popular records . . . Jim Kildare tan . . . future nurse. Philip Marro "Phil" . . . enioys trop- ical hsh, playing soccer . . . likes science and Mr. Newton . . . friendly though reticent. ' Mary Elizabeth Marshall "Mary Beth" . . . great to know . . . likes every- one and everything . . . band . . . Yearbook Staff . . . G.A.A. . . . intramural: . . . Chorus . . . French Club . . . Port Crier . . . Glee Club . . . future airline stowardess. Richard Massola Darkroom Squad . . . orchestra . . . always seen with Tam Uhl's books . . . "Every Day of the Week." Paul Manaker incessant talker . . . en- ioys photography, oil painting . . . particl- pates in many school ac- tivities, French Club, Business Club, Yearbook Stott . . . likes history . . . future teacher. Marlon Matera "Mimi" . . . gay and carefree . . . enioys swimming . . . active in bond, orchestra, Glee Club, and intramurals . . . likes Beehives, football games and peo- ple . . . avid reader. Nancy Matthews Loves to talk . . . ac- tive in Port Crier, hoc- key, Yearbook Stan, French Club, Business Clube, Glee Club . . . prospective teacher. Robert Matthews "Bob" . . . appreciates the wide variety of sports at Weber . . . all intramurals . . . active in school affairs . . . Student Council . . . prospective lawyer. Susan McCormick "Sue" . . . nice red hair . . . active in in- tramurals, home eco- nomics, Hostess Commit- tee, Chorus, Glee Club, horseback riding, and swimming . . . future secretary. Dorothy McGlasson "Jill" . . . boundless enthusiasm . . . ener- getic . . . everywhere at all times . . . dramatic arts plus singing and dancing . . . Mr. New- ton ond science fan . . . Yearbook Staff. Nancy Mcllhenny "Nance" . . . attrac- tive clothes . . . quiet ond meticulous . . . ac- tive in intramurols, band, orchestra, home economics . . . likes Beehives . . . will in- herit family profession and become u teacher. Christina McMakin "Tina" . . . popular . . . participates in many school activities, Port Crier, Spanish Club, Intramurals, Chorus, Hostess Committee and Yearbook Business Edi- tor . . . loves people and partiesl Paul Nlcndclsohn Football . . . intramur- als . . . enioys science and electricity . . . am- ateur radio . . . "WA2 WDD" . . . future elec- trical engineer. Rose Morcegliano "Cookie" . . . pretty . . . likes to read and play tennis . . . intra- murals . . . enieys watching sports . . . French is a favorite . . . hopes to be a teacher. Stephen Merli "Steve" . . . enioys biology . . . avid tropi- cal fish collector . . . likes Mr. Meystrik . . . connoisseur of popular records . . . future at- torney. Patrlcla Meyer "Patti" . . . wings on her feet . . . G,A.A. ofhcer -- badminton and ping pong . . . Year- book Staff . . . band, orchestra . . . likes par- ties, dances, boysl . . . hopes to marry o mil- llonaire. Nicki' Michaels Winter sports enthusiast . . . intramurals . . . enioys French Club . . . Yearbook and Port Crier StaHs . . . likes French class . . . college bound. Haynes Miller Newly returned from England . . . enioys reading and playing cricket . . . likes bi- ology and soccer . . . future biochemist. Judy Miller Likes to cook, sew, draw . . . curly brown hair . . . enioys italian food . . . likes algebra . . . prospective interior dec- orotor. Susan Miller "Sue" . . . reticent and sweet . . . likes paint- ing and horseback rid- ing . . . intromurals. Chorus, Glee Club, French Club . . . enioys watching Dr. Kildare . . . future teacher. Lindo Milton "Lindy" . . . talk, talk, talkl . . . boysl . . . enioys sports, especially water sports . . . French Club . . . intramuruls, Yearbook Staff, Glee Club . . . Student Coun- cil . . . future model. Claudia Mlrchel "Dinya" . . .likes boys, tennis, swimming . . . intramurols . . . Year- book Staff . . . future history teacher . . . "Tonight, Tonight." Elaine Moore "l.oiney" . . . loves to ice skate . . . Hostess Committee . . . Spanish Club . . . intromurals . . . likes science and math . . . pianist . . . thinks Weber's great . . . future teacher. Carol Nestor Likes all sports . . . en- ioys swimming and ten- nis . . . amiable and outgoing . . . spends a lot of time an the phone . . . prospective teacher. Carolyn Novitt "Lyn" . . . sports en- thusiast . . . Glee Club . . . intromurals . . . likes people and fun . . . prospective gym teacher. Joyce Newmark Port Crier Editor . . . Yearbook Stai . . . likes biology and Mr. New- ton . . . pleasant, though reserved . . . never will agree with Cindy. Karl Newmeyer Friendly towards all . . . marvelous artist . . . enioys sailing, ian, and cartooning . . . active in band and intromurals . . . hopes to become a millionaire playboy. Vincent Nolan "Vinny" . . . enioys all sports: intromurals, soccer, basketball, base- ball . . . plays the drums well . . . likes Mr. Se- mon. Harriet Okrent Active in French Club . . . tennis . . . plays the piano and sketches . . . advocates team work . . . enioys math- ematics and gym . . . hopes to become a so- cial worker. Carol Olson Sweet and gay . . . in- tromurals . . . Hostess Committee and Yearbook . . . enioys English . . . future kindergarten teacher. John 0'RellIy Faulous drummer . . . likes sports and music . . . enioys social life . . . aspires to be a professional drummer. Wllllaln Palmer "Bill" . . . active in all sports activities, basket- ball, track . . . enioys science and all the peo- ple at Weber . . . wants to he a surgeon. Randy Patron Great talker . . . Busi- ness Club . . . Yearbook Staff . . . Port Crier . . . Chorus . . . Glee Club . . . Spanish Club . . . Library Staff . . . en- loys water skiing and reading . . . smart dress- Ol'- Jay Paxton Sports enthusiast . . . French Club member . . . enioys boats and archery . . . good sci- ence student . . . hopes to become an engineer. Jennifer Pennington "Jenny" . . . sports en- thusiastsg G.A.A. hoc- key manager, intramu- rals . . . Chorus, Glee Club . . . loves kilts and long sweaters . . . enioys algebra . . . pro- spective teacher. Susan Plrone "Sue" . . . always seen at Beehives . . . col- lects hit records . . . continually playing pho- nograph . . . hockey . . . intromurals . . . French Club. Alan Pltegol "t-ill" . . . ham radio enthusiast . . . "WN2 CBI" . . . if you're looking for him, turn on your radio . . . al- ways seen with WA2 WDD. Jetlny Pitman "Jett" . . . sportslg soc- cer, terrific track man, basketball . . . Guid- ance Oftice Staff . . . loves biology . . . hopes for a career in medicinel lruns in the familyll Perri Peters Talks a blue streak . . . Chorus, Glee Club . . . President of the Spanish Club . . . Yearbook Secretary . . . Business Club . . . Port Crier . . . crazy over Mr. Newton and biology. Mary Porter Liked and respected . . . terrific athlete, all sportsg hockey, valley- ball, softball . . . bi- ology champ . . . won- derful artist, always drawing horsesl Candy Peterson Sweet and triendly . . . participates in many ac- tivities, Omce Stall, Hos- tess Committee, Spanish Club, Yearbook Staff, intromurals . . . enioys swimming, boating . . . wants a career in busi- ness. Andrea Pratt Always friendly . . . all sports participant . . . intramurals . . . cello, orchestra, Chorus, Glee Club . . . Business Club . . . French Club . . . Yearbook Staff. Barham Rodxvilla Ruth Rapp Susan Rapp "Barb" . . . talk, talk, "Ruthie" . . . pretty n' "Susie" . . . likes -to tolkl . . . keeps tele- sweet . . . goes for read . . . Office and phone lines busy . . . older men . . . soccer library Staffs . . . in- oh, those boysl . . . . . . intramurals . . . tramurals . . . French Spanish Club . . . intro- swimming . . . horse- Club . . . Mr. Degner murals . . . she's not back riding . . . library fan . . . future nurse. reading her little black Staff . . . French Club. book. Beverly Rava "Bev" . . . likes rec- ords, tennis, swimming, and skating . . . Hos- tess Committee . . . likes neat clothes, Mr. Degner, and Ricky Nelson . . . future beauticion. Cynthia Read "Cindy" . . . crazy over horses . . . Yearbook Editor . . . French Club . . . Port Crier colum- nist . . . arch-conserva- tive . . . avid read of The National Review . . . Hrst woman president. Joan Regal "Jeanie" . . . fun to know . . . beautiful clothes . . . likes ten- nis and dramatics . . . G.A.A. Veep, intramu- rals . . . French Club ...GleeClub... Yearbook and Port Crier Staffs. Charles Ruppert "Bart" . . . likes Mr. Newton . . . band . . . orchestra . . . Port Crier . . . future in science . . . enioys model rock- etry. Chrls Reynolds Enioys soiling, swim- ming, electronics, soccer, baseball, intramurals . . . very friendly. Kathryn Ritter "Kathy" . . . sports Paula Rodriguez Enioys reading . . . . . music . , . horse- music . . . dancing . . . back riding . . . mod- Hostess Committee . . . ern dance manager . . . Dr. Kildare fan . . . likes Glee Club . . . Yearbook Mrs. Eisenburg and math Staff . . . prospective . . . avid tennis fan. fashion model. Kathleen Rogers "Kathie" . . . records . . . dancing . . . en- ioys French Club . . . intramurals . . . Bee- hives . . . her future aspiration is to become an interior decorator. Cynthia Rogo "Cindy" . . . orchestra ...GleeClub... Chorus . . . intramurals . . . plays the violln and collects records . . . aspires to become a teacher. Fredrick Rego "Ricky" . . . soccer . . . basketball . . . intra- murals . . . likes all sports and cars . . . hopes for a career in dentistry. Peter Romanelli "Pete" . . . sports en- thusiast . . . enioys con- structing models . . . likes iozz, history and Mr. Degner . . . future engineer. h Carolyn Rothfeld "Carol" . . . cute red- head . tennis . . . swimming . . . hockey . . . soccer . . . enioys singing . . . loves ani- mals . . . future in nurs- ing. leva Rozentals Wonderful artist . . . French Club . . . Year- book Staff . . . Glee Club . . . Chorus . . . good athlete . . . enioys playing the piano and painting. Thomas Rudolph "Tom" . . . enioys col- lecting tropical fish . . . soccer . . . intramurals . . . basketball . . . likes Mr. Meystrik and math . . . prospective engineer. Richard Sage "Rick" . . . biology fan . . . enioys build- ing model ships . . . all around sports en- thusiast, football, soc- cer, track, swimming, bowling . . . loves mys- teries. Joan Salzburg "Jeanie" . . . active in dramatics, intramurals, modern dance . . . beau- tiful eyes . . . enioys swimming and soiling . . . likes social stud- ies and Mr. Degner. Douglas Schecter "Doug" . . . fun to be with . . . avid collector of guns . . . participates in all intramurals . . . likes math and Mr. Se- l'l'lUn. Peter Schiff "Pete" . . . avid fol- lower of the New York Rangers . . . orchestra . . . Boys' Glee Club . . . plays the piano and cello . . . member of the Four Teens . . . football, hockey. Peter Schmergel Business Club . . . in- tramurals . . . enioys water skiing and horse- back riding . . . likes Mr. Meystrik . . . pro- spective contractor. Patti Scott Glee Club, Chorus, in- tramurals . . . her un- usual hobbies include people-watching and race cars . . . avid reader . . . future weights engineer. Robert Seifts "Bobby" . . . enioys skin diving and spear fishing . . . loves to construct models . . . math enthusiast . . . likes Mr. Carpenito. Warren Shlmmerlik "Shim" . . . wonderful personality . . . soccer, basketball, and track participant . . . enioys playing the guitar . . . likes algebra and Mr. Meystrik . . . hopes to become a mechanical en- eineer. Elinor Sher "EI" . . . intelligent and musically talented . . . piano and guitar accompanist for chorus . . . Yearbook assistant editor . . . Port Crier columnist . . . French Club president . . . Stu- dent Council. James Slmeone "Ston'3 . . . enioys elec- tronics and cars . . . plays the guitar and the drums . . . hopes to be- come an automobile me- chanic. Alan Simunek "Simba" . , . sports- mindedg soccer, cross county track, all intra- murals . . . interested in boats, guns, and me- chanical drawing, future ln architectural engi- neering. Peter Skworek "Pete" . . . all around athlete, swimming, ski- ing, archery . . . in- terested in conservation -hopes to make this his future career. Michael Smith "Mike" . . . baseball, basketball, soccer, track, all intramurals . . . favorites are gym and Mr. Goodwin . . . his future aspiration is to become a lawyer. larry Spodah Business Club . . . sports enthusiast . . . enioys science with Mr. New- ton . . . new to our school . . . always seen with Paul Menflelsohn. Carl Stalnaker Athletic activities include football and track . . . likes science, especially zoology . . . favorite personalities are Red Skelton and our own Mr. Newton. Janis Starklo Participates in Port Crier, intramurals . . . en- ioys skating, swimming . . . likes social studies and Miss Ross . . . al- ways confused with her twin sister. Susan Starkie "Sue" . . . the other twin . . . Hostess Com- mittee . . . intramurals . . . Port Crier sports editor . . . Yearbook Staff . . . future Home economist. Lynn Spencer "Lynnie" . . . soccer, intramurals, French Club, Yearbook Staff, Port Crier, Chorus, Glee Club . . . enioys painting, the guitar, the piano, and falksongs . . . likes people. Joseph Strawser "Joe" . . . avid foot- ball and basketball fan . . . eniays boating, intramurols, and social studies . . . Mr. Good- win fan. Thomas Subblondo Active in football ,in- tramurals . . . favorites are the Giants and the Republicans . . . likes algebra and Mr. Mey- strik. Susan Supple "Sue" . . . cute and pert . . . participates in modern dance, Yearbook Stott, and intramurals . . . eniays dramatics and people . . . hopes to become an actress. Barbara Swanson "Borby" . . . enthusias- tic ski fan . . . loves sailing and talking on the phone . . . sweet and friendly . . . in- tramurals, French Club . . . hopes to become a skl bum. David Terrell "Tex" . . . loves ski- ing and soccer . . . Yearbook art editor . . . participates in all intra- murals, lacrosse, and soccer . . . future oc- cupation-a lawyer. Bruce Thompson Enioys sailing, collect- ing stamps, and can- structing models . . . A.V. Squad, intramurals, camera club participant . . . wants to become an engineer. Joanne Thygesen "Jo" . . . Business Club, Ofhce Staff . . . boysl baysl baysl . . . likes hairdressing and parties . . . likes Mr. Meystrik and algebra. Jeanne Tolar Participates in French Club, Chorus, intramur- als, Glee Club . . . en- ioys French, sailing, and Mr. Thorpe . . . aspires to become a nurse. Josephine Tomassi "Pina" . . . active in Chorus, Glee Club, in- tramurals, French Club, hockey . . . eniays all sports and books . . . future aspiration is to become a teacher. Anthony Trinchitella "Tony" . . . intramur- als, football, basketball, soccer . . . eniays build- ing ship models . . . math is his favorite sub- iect . . . wants to be- come on accountant. Patrick Trlnchitella "Trink" . . . sports en- thusiast, football, base- ball, bowling, swim- ming . . . enioys math . . . future millionaire? Thomas Uhl "Tom" . . . friendly, fun ta be with . . . Dark Room Squad . . . intramurals . . . eniays photography and English with Mr. Tullor . . . likes everything but his crutches. Robert Vogt "Bob" . . . loves his boatsl . . . wants to own a ship yard . . . enioys swimming and listening to records . . . likes science and Mr. Faiella. Hollace Walker "Holly" . . . band, orchestra, intromurals, hockey team, Yearbook Stott . . . Glee Club . . . likes talking, cook- ing, sewing, and oil painting . . . future nurse. Alan Wallace Friendly and well-liked . . . enioys camping, tennis, and Beehives . . . future chemical engineer or foresler. i Gretchen Van Hyning Yearbook Staff . . . Port Crier . . . hockey . . . Business Club . . . soft- ball . . . very athletic . . . eniays reading, swimming and sailing . . . would like to be- come a chemist. Robert Everett Watts "Bob" . . . active in all athleticsg soccer team, intramurals, baseball . . . likes reading, so- cial studies, and the minutes between classes . . . future thinker? Peter Wagner Sports enthusiast, soc- cer, baseball, intramur- als , . . enioys building models and collecting stamps . . . likes al- gebra . . . prospective engineer. Gloria Weissman Port Crier editor, Year- book Staff, Glee Club . . . loves swimming, reading, and skiing . . . likes English and Ben Casey. Joyce Weston Joseph Westphal Glee Club . . . Chorus "Joe" . . . Business . . . French Club . . . Club . . . soccer . . . Yearbook Staff . . . science fan . . . enioys Hockey Team . . . loves collecting stamps . . . horseback riding, swim- prospective doctor. ming . . . acting, sew- ing, cooking, and lis- tening to the radio . . . future dress designer. Robert Wheeler "Wheels" A . . popu- lar, friendly . . . girlsl . . . likes parties, dances Beehives . . . English and Mr. Tullar ore his favorites . . . future lawyer. Mark Wlnkvrorth Participates in all intra- murols . . . favorite sport is football . . , likes sailing and build- ing models . . . hopes to become a commercial artist. John Wisnlewskl Sports cor enthusiast . . . plans to be an au- tomotive ongineer . . . likes basketball and soc- cer . . . enioys model railroads, custom cars. and drafting. Stephen Woellmor "Steve" . . . French Club and sports enthu- siast . . . enioys build- ing model engines . . . hopes to become a den- Pomela Wright "Pam" . . . bond, or- chestra . . . intramurols . . . Chorus, Glee Club . . . enioys playing the clarinet . . . likes sci- tist . . . "Do You love ence with Mr. Foiella Me?" . . . would like to be- come a teacher. Pamela Ann Young "Pam" . . . onioys mus- ic . . . Chorus, Glee Club . . . friendly, ac- tive in school affairs . . . Port Crier, Year- book Stah . . . loves the theater . . . potential actress. Stephen Young "Steve" . . . aviation enthusiast . . . model airplanes . . . enioys flying . . . Stage ond Lighting Crew . . . Cho- rus . . . likes social studies and reading . . . the Air Force will be his future. Gerald Zimbardi "Jerry" . . . always seen with the absentee list . . . co-captain of the Stage and Lighting Crew . . . Office Staff . . . A.V. Squad . . . enioys tropical fish . . . prospective electrical en- gineer. .lay Zwerlein Always seen around boots, cars, and motors . . . naturally, o pro- spective mechanic . . . side interest--girlsl . . . appreciates math and Miss DuBois. Sandra llgmon "Sandy" . . . active ln French Club and Year- book Staff . . . enioys horseback riding . . . likes Mr. Meystrik and algebra . . . future oc- cupation-teacher. Outstanding Artists: L. to R.: D. Terrell, M. Porter, Best Athletes: L. to R., Bottom: K. Kaiser, R. Fenton. K. Newmeyer, l. Rozentals. Top: A. Pratt, J. Dewey. Best Dressed: L. to R.: L. Fisher, J. Regal, T. Uhl, J. Flawers. 2 S Q S 5' s E .1 15 Outstanding Dancers: L. to R.: L. Anthony, M. Blank, Most Enthusiastic: L. to R., Seated: S. Crouse, S P. Meyer, R. Allegretti. I Hundsmun. Standing: S. Brenner, G. Boehm. 22 Mos! lnlelligenh L. lo R.: C. Read, H. Miller, E. Oulslanding Leadership: L. to R., Standing: B. Shot, R. King. Gamble, S. Davis, M .Adler. Sealed: S. Berman. RALS Besl Looking: L. to R.: W. Harrington, T. McMakin, S. Case, E. Aschenbrenner. Greolssi Personalily: L. lo R.: l. Johanson, J. Jensen, Grenlesl Wil: L. Io R.: W. Palmer, B. Jaffe, D J. O'Reilly, B. Harper. ' Schecler. Absent: S. Supple. 23 R. AIN: P. lurlh -. Q 'N . fl ' D. Bergmm X 7 o. mmf S P. Brokaw I. M. Cone ii V gi' .. 'W X f QF 5 Q fi.. ,Q W. Doxhr E Diamond C DlClcco .I. Epstein Q 2 r K Grade D. Galdnan A. Goldnonn P Goloonb V. Goods A. Grover! W. Gnnnougll R. Gril1n M. Grubin K. Guhhaw L. Hall L. Morley N. Hurvinglon W. llerlley l. Harvey L. Hsinxorling D. Mailman I. Howland D. Hugh: I.. Hutchins J. lining N. Jah W. Jacques K. Jaroslav C. Juan I. Johnson F. Joyce C. Kaisor M. Kaplan D. Kaufman I. Kcumuy N. Kntwln J. Kolllnlll C. Koning G. KIQP D. Knhdr J. Loran S. Lu L. Len C. laidursdorf T. Lolnbo J. Ldcuvogo P. Lewis S. Llippo G. Lipton P. Lobol 2 M. Levine I. Lolkor J. Lubar M. lukens M. McCloxlxy D. Nik P. Mercier C. MucCulIun1 S. Mackay M. More I.. Mull G. Malihows M. Marker IA. Mayen G. Miller N. Miller A. Minhol S. Mullen 6. Mueller G. Noogols I. Nunluetl N. Nevin A. Nllrolis G. Normile J. Odelwuld C. Oliver Q .l. Oppenheimer J. Osborn A. Ovorion Il. Parker B. Patron G. Pero: n K. Pony F. Pnysor N. Poole D. Puuy I. Qulaoll T. lalmo L. london ll. lolnlloh D. louhnllm N. llchlnaml J. lomagnu N. lovnanolll D. Rudorhl W. lufonaeln J. Russo J. Rutherford L. Ryan l. Salonlus G. Santoll E. Sconnalls D. Szhlndol D. Sehllnghoyodo I. Shurpin A. Slbiglroth M. Slmoonl E E . L. Slogan N. Sloio P. Sloan T. Sloane M. Slowik I. Smllh L. Soronson E. Solansky S. Spanien' D. SPOT! C. Sprogg P. Slalnokor K. Starlro l. Sloodnon E. Shln A. Swanson M. Terry I. Toia N. Tlmko A. Tobin A. Tomassl L. Tomanl l. Tomaul W. Tollna S. Troblng J. Trinchshlla K. Tnlbonbock A. Tung S. Ungor Ju Vunlllk ' J. Wallau A. Weissman P. Whikomb D. Wlllls P. Wllsly A. Wilson D. Wood W. Wood R. Young E. Zuckerman Eighth Grade C. Abarno K. Ackerman K. Adler G. Anelll W. AIIIIIDIIY S. Avery I.. lable H. lachmeyer S. Bugnell D. Lain C. laldwln C. lmcker C. lurreh N. lesion K. Buurenfelnd E. Begg: P. Belcher I. lelous I.. Benneli D. Blclmele E. Black S. Bowman J. Breen V. lryun I.. Bverlner I. Culloerl T. Carr J. Chleverelll , , A M. Clloclaowllcl Chrl Clccarello Ilo Clark Cohen C. sllunun M. P. Clccare E. D. I.. Cone I. Conlln I. Crlm C. Crumley D. Dunnenhlser C. Davenpori I.. Dayton M. Dekrmond J. Decker D. Doll B. DeMeo H. DeMea P. DeMeo I. Denlun J. Devlne R. Dluln S. Dohauer J. Dreyful T. Eckert M. Ehrllcll D. Flnnan W. Florlne J. Fflidlil E. Fuller R. Gebrlelsen D. Gulbrullh J. Gulbrullll J. Gamble D. Gaiman J. Geusllng K. Gent ll. Gluck J. Goebel . s. oem l. one. A. danvma o. comms J. cam 1 am-mn c. swam L. Guorrlorl C. Halleck I. Hclllnm K. Hulllnem R. Harris S. Iflnwhnm F. Hon! L. Hiwiil N. Hill H. HIIIQICI' V K. Hollvldl P. Nlllbofi M. Hurd H. Inflnhll . S . Si x .E Q ' N. Jew!!! F. .lonlzlns E. Johnson E. Johnson I. Judea L. .Ionian J. KQIM I. Kqalcm E. Klilam M. Klng K. Kodlmenn C. Kolllmmn I. Konhlrln I. Lush: K 5 I. Lmdry J. Lumiani A. lauren!! I. Lolmnmd K. Lokluh J. Loumr I. Lovins L. Lovllun J. Lcwll I. Llburdl Do Nadi: C. Llngolbach K. Lluy J. Lon S. Luth M. Ludalrcr T. Madhorwn R. Mulgollus E. Marlin C. Mawbcy K. McNally E. Mnndolson r. Mao na. mm- lv. uma n. mdmlm l. num ' r. Millar I.. mu..- H. Mlrchol l. Molxuhn E. Maru M. Murray W. Nelllon L. Noulmdor I. Nlkolls N. Nool D. Nordstrom l. Nordslrom D. Nuu A. Nydorf S. Olson I.. Oolonnoyor W. Porky S. Pink P. Pitman 6. Poor I. lqapqod K.hordan n. logon c. mm A. sqm... J. scum A. sallam :L Solorlox K. Salzburg 1.50010 C. Smlmlollo S. Sonlodoucro P. Scnhll K. Sclndler W. Shar W. Selurmgol I.. Scoil l. Sllqlro M. Slnploy W. Slngor M. Slch I. Sloil M. Smllll C. Srmloy I. Shu J. Suns S. Surboek C. Twhmm I. Taylor S. Tomll I.. Thomm G. Tlborla F. Trovls R. Truyor J. Tnlqlng F. Trlnclllhllo S. Vlnol D. Velllodoguvon P. Vollomm 6. Vorlly C. Wodo ' I. ,Wollxor A. Wolloa W. Word W. Wunky ' J. Wobor I.. Wolnor S. Wonlrom C. Wllo I.. Wllllcms R. Wood . I. Wundor A. Young J. Young I. Zlog Student Council President, Brion Gamble. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: L. to R.: Gamble, President, B. Korobkin, Treasurer, S. Davis, Vice-President, Mr. Faiella, Sponsor, K. Kochman, Secretary. Student Council This year, the student council has taken new steps towards improving the counciI's relationships with the students and the town, as well as teach- ing democratic principles to the students. The coun- cil has successfully presented dances, assemblies, and a work week drive, and worked around the clock to help improve our school. STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS: L. to R., Hrs! row: C. Koning, B. Dannentelser, F. Trtnchetella, F. Sloan, M. Adler, M. Hurd, J. Lubar, W. Jaques, R. Nordstrom, T. Oderwald, D. Nord- strom, D. Kaufman, B. Taylor. Second row: R. Allegretti, J. Salzburg, S. Brenner, B. Gamble, S. Davis, K. Kochman, B. Korobkin, E. Shar, G. Llpson, L. Anthony, P. Archer, C. Archer, K. Ritter. Third row: N. Hill, B. Matthews, E. Aschenbrenner, C. Capriello, J. Huhn, G. Boehm, l. Milton, R. Fenton, S. Rapp, J. O'Reilly, E. Diamond, R. Belous, K. Kaiser, J. Flowers. Yearbook Staff The Yearbook Stal? this year was dedicated to the goal of producing a finer yearbook than ever before. Its members, under the direction of Mr. Williams, worked hard all year to this end, and demonstrated boundless energy and perseverance in their labors. The fruits of their toil was a proud record of the year's activity. YEARBOOK STAFF: L. to R., First row: W. Dennis, S. Maier, P. Meyer, S. Lewis, J. New- mark, P. Finn, J. Weston, P. Young, M. Mar- shall, S. Dovls, B. Howe, J. Cordin. Second row: G. Weissman, L. Spencer, J. Friedman, M. Le Souvage, S. Berman, K. Ritter, L. Anthony, P. Harding, J. Regal, l. Farber, J. Huhn, G. Van Hynlng, S. Supple. Tlllrd row: S. Brenner, S. Dewey, S. Handsman, D. Terrell, D. Dorfmon, E. Shor, C.Read, L. Fisher, T. McMokln, P. Peters, J. Flowers, L .L'Hommedleu. Fourth row: B. Watts, C. Mlrcllel, L. Mllton, C. Petersen, N. Matthews, B. Cassard, C. Knapp, I. Rozentols, R. Patron, A. Pratt, K.,Londry, C. Frltz, P. Manaker. Edltor, Cindy Read YEARBOOK EDITORIAL STAFF: L. to R., Seated: T. McMakin, co-business editor: L. Flsher, co- assistant editor, C. Read, Editor, D. Terrell, Art Editor, P. Peters, Secretory. Standing: E. no-assistant editor, J. Flowers, Editor of Sports: S. l-londsman, Editor of Girls' Not shown: D. Dorfmon, co-business Tom Uhl and P. Manaker, co-photog- Shar, Boys' Sports. edlotr, raphy edltors. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB The Photography Club, new this year, under the able direction of Mr. Tullar, made an important contribution in its co-operation in supplying pictures for the Yearbook. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB: L. to R., First raw: C. Reynolds, P. Belcher, D. Bergmann, J. Cam- pana. Second row: P. Cole, R. Patron, R. Massolo, T. Uhl. School LIBRARY STAFF The members of this important group gave up their study halls and lunch peri- ods for hard work, and kept the library running like clockwork for Mrs. Porter. These students deserve a vote of thanks for their unobtrusive and etticient labors. LIBRARY STAFF: L. to R., Flrst row: R. Michael- san, M. Murray, E. Zuckerman, C. Bennett, S. Cunningham. Second row: D. Bodie, M. Shepley, C. Hallock, M. Ludaker, R. Rapp, S. Huuptman, C. Oliver, L. Dubow, C. Santaniello. Third row: C. Brahme, C. Kaiser, S. Lee, L. Gutman, A. Wilson, M. Macchla, J. Bradford, L. Bergel, S. Surbeck. Fourth row: R. Patron, K. Landry, S. Rapp, C. Rothfeld, B. Harvey, M. Gamble, L. Bennett, C. Lingelbach. Absent: P. Velleman, J. McGlasson. PORT CRIER Under the capable editorship of Gloria Weissman and Joyce Newmark the Port Crier has been keeping everyone posted on the most important school events, through a staff of over fifty people. Meet- ing the standard set in previous years, the Port Crier remains a most interesting and informative publication. PORT CRIER STAFF: L. to R., First row: N. Slate, E. Stein, J. Bernstein, M. Gruber, M. Fling, R. Bergido, W. Dennis, A. Saliblan, S. Surbeck, C. Mawbey. Second row: S. Lieppe, D. Kaufman, W. Singer, A. Wallace, P. Young, M. Adler, S. Davis, B. Howe, M. Intintali, C. Santaniello, V. Bryant, E. Shor. Third row: T. McMakin, J. Regal, L. Fisher, M. Porter, D. Dorfman, G. Weissman, J. Newmark leditorsl, E. Aschenbrenner, S. Starkie, L. Anthony, P. Peters, C. Read. Fourth row: S. Hauptman, L. Levitan, E. Sloan, M. Shepley, S. Berman, G. Van Hyning, M. Marshall, l. Ferber, D. Baln, C. Wlle, S. Dewey, B. Reppert, M. Ludaker. Fifth row: S. Handsman, E. Block, K. Landry, S. Lucks, R. Patron, T. Flowers, L. Spencer, N. Miller, L. Bennett, N. Jawltz. ,I Organizations THE FRENCH CLUB The French Club has aroused the inter- est of many French students in France and its culture. The members have listened to French records, seen slides of the French countryside and held French con- versations during lunch. It has been an enioyable experience for all members. FRENCH CLUB: L. to R., Flrst row: L. Clark, J. Treburg, A. Saliblan, 5. Suvbeck, S. Lewis, J. Tomassl, B .Hyman, J. Weston, A. Wallace, K. Krapp. Second row: N. Noel, M. Marshall, S. Davis, J. Regal, L. Fisher, B. Swanson, S. Hauptman, E. Block, D. Flrman, L. Jordan, B. Jordan, I. Rozenlals. Third row: N. Matthews, G. Gluck, J. Kaplan, C. Taubman, J. Lessner, W. Singer, E. Shor lpresldentl, I. Johanson, M. Marker, T. Eckert, K. Adler, C. Wllo, B. Cassard. Fourth row: L. Milton, C. McGinnis, C. Read, L. Spencer, R. Rapp, M. LeSauvage, S. Berman, P. Manaker, J. Huhn, M. Shepley, M. Porter, l. Farber, S. Rapp, N. Jawitz, A. Pralt. SPANISH CLUB The members of this club rounded out their Spanish courses with numerous in- teresting and educational diversions. For them, this year has been an especially rewarding one. SPANISH CLUB: L. to R., Flrst row: M. Fader, L. Levltan, W. Anthony, M. Hurd, J. Gamble, K. Salzburg, A. Nydarf, E. Futter. Second row: R. Patron, C. Petersen, H. Hlmpler, S. Olson, T. McMakln, C. Nestor, B. Radxvllla, E. Moore, M. Intlntoll, R. Massolo. Third row l0ft'lcersl: C. Santanlello lsecretaryl, B. Jatte lvlce-prosl- dentl, P. Peters lpresldentl, L. Anthony lvico- presidontl, M. Ludaker ltreasurerl. HOSTESS COMMITTEE These ninth grade Home Economics students helped Weber functions to run smoothly and pleasantly by cheerfully performing their duties as Hostesses for the school. HOSTES5 COMMITTEE: L. to R., First row: A. Gaudloso, M. Macchla, K. Grogen, S. Maler, E. Moore. L. Anthony, P. Harding. Second row: C. Petersen, C. Mlrchel, C. Fritz, K. Landry, S. Starkle, S. McCormick, M. Gamble, R. Hot- crak, T. McMal:in. A. V. SQUAD This year's A. V. Squad has done a great iob in providing a source of education and enter- tainment for Weber students, as well as ably functioning in a maintenance and repair capacity. A. V. SQUAD: Front row, L. to R.: G. Krapp, K. Perry, G. Matthews, B. Thompson, S. Wesstrom, R. Parker, G. Poor. Second row- M. M:Closky, P. Whitcomb, F. Miller, A. Overton, P. Brokaw, J. Geasling, T. Kuchin- sky. Third row: R.DeMeo, B. Smith, M. Levine, P. Belcher, J. Gutshaw, J. Zimbardi, I. Chudd. GUIDANCE OFFICE STAFF These students gave up their study halls to devote their time to helping our counselors maintain the efficiency of the Guidance Office. GUIDANCE OFFICE STAFF: Seated, L. to R.: .I. Pitman, J. Miller, R. Wunder, D.Bennetts, L. L'Hommedieu. Standing: D. Hageman, M. Shepley, L. Anthony, C. Cannam, C. Rothfeld. OFFICE STAFF These students were a familiar sight around Weber as they delivered messages and returned last articles to their owners. The hours they devotedin the office, giving up their study halls, were a great boom to personnel. OFFICE STAFF: Front Row, L. to R.: C. Petersen, D. Kretch, S. Lee, II. Allegretti, R. Christiansen. Bock row: J. Zlrnhardl, L .Dayton, 5. Rapp, J. Thygesen. P. A. SQUAD For all who had questions about sports ac- tivities, club meetings ,and other school func- tions, the P. A. Squad, under the direction of Miss Williams, had all the answers about goings on at Weber. P. A .SQUAD: Front row, L. to R.: J. Friedman, S. Eisenberg, S. Maier, S. Davis. Back Row: S. Brenner, I. Chudd, J. Zlmbardi, T. Kuchlnsky, J. Flowers. STAGE AND LIGHTING CREW This important group was in charge of the lighting at many enioyable concerts, assemblies, plays, and dances at Weber. The schaol's ap- preciation should be given to these students for their indispensable labors and the time they devoted to them. STAGE 8. LIGHTING CREW: First row, L. to R.: D. Ruderfer, D. Reutershen, E. Stein, J. Batten, L. Aitken. Second row: B. Reppert, S. Young, A. Mlrchel, J. Glas- serow, R. Demme, J. Graphsteln. Third row: T. Morse, D. Hageman, P. Belcher, W. Cray, I. Chueld, Captain, J. Zirnbardi, Captain, T. Kuchtnsky. THE BUSINESS CLUB .The future administrators of the business world get their first on the job training in the Business Club. Amid the clatter of the typewriters and the whirr ot the mimeographing machine, they per- form many services which help our school to run more efficiently. BUSINESS CLUB: Front row, L. to R.: D. Chesney, J. Tomossl, P. Scott, G. Van Hyning, P. Peters, K. Hag- gerty, J. Thygeson. Second row: L. Edwards, R. Beleus, I. Farber, R. Patron, J. Grafstein, P. Cole, A. Falkewttx. Third row: J. Strawser, S. Shisrs, B. Baker, B. Spndalc, P. Trlnchettella, P. Manaker, D. Dorfman. EIGHTH AND NINTH GRADE GIRLS CHORUS: L. to R., First row: N. Boston, V. Bryan, C. Wade, N. Hull, M. DeAnnond, C. Ritter, J. Pennington, L. Kutcher, N. Noel, L. Clark, l.. Guerrierl, M. lntintoll, J. Tomassi, C. Rego, M. Fader, B. Jafle. Second row: W. Dennis, H. Bachmeyer, B. DeMea, l. Ferber, P. Harding, J. Weston, N. Matthews, E. Rappa- port, D. Flrman, C. Mawbey, M. Murray, S. Surbeck, M. Ludaker, L. Spencer, J. Friedman, J. Cardin, J. McGlasson. Third row: C. Read, M. l.eSauvage, C. Ku-app, A. Blodgstt, L. Milton, S. Handsman, J. Regal, B. Cassard, J. Huhn, H. Walker, A. Pratt, R. Patron, P. Young, B. Howe, B. Walker, J. Toler, C. Baldwin, S. Miller, S. McCormick. BAND: P. Skwarelr, S. Avery, E. Asrhenbrenner, T. Begg, R. Belous, S. Bolway, T. Carr, C. Davenport, S. D'Giacomo, J. Decker, -l. Dewey, J. Friedman, J. Flowers, C. Fritz, B. Gamble, J. Gamble, P. Golomb, P. Goldman, B. Guer- riori, I.. Hewitt, M. Hurd, H. Himpler, F. Hulbert, E. Sloane, D. Van Bodegraven, R. Harding, J. Huhn, P. Harding, B. Jordan, L. Jordan, A. Jenkins, R. King, T. Lloyd, P. Meyer, S. Merli, N. Mzllhenny, M. Marshall, M. Matera, C. Mir- chel, P. Meyer, L. Neulancler, A. Nydorf, K. Newmeyer, S. Olson, J. O'Reilly, D. Rogers, B. Reppert, H. Walker, R. Watts, P. Wright, R. Wood. BOYS' GLEE CLUB: L. to R., First row: B. Fenton, R. Pey- ser, N. Romanelll, B. Young, D. Hughes, G. Applegate. Second row: W. Greenough, C. Guerrieri, W. Rufenacht, A. Tung, M, Gruber, H. Golomb, J. Rumangna. Third raw: P. Schitf, P. Lewis, S. Beaverman, L. Weiser, J. Grimn, E. Goetz, H. Golde. l I ORCHESTRA: S. Avery, B. Cassard, S. D'Giacomo, M. Fay, J. Flowers, C. Fritz, W. Greenough, A. Gebstaedt, J. Glas- serow, J. Gray, W. Hartley, C. Hallock, P. Hulbert, B. Howe, R. Harding, C. lingelbach, S. Longerrnan, T. Lloyd, P. Meyer, M. Matera, C. Mlrshel, N. Mcllhenny, R. Massolo, D. Nuse, A. Pratt, B. Reppert, T. Sloane, E. Sloane, F. Schiff, R. Trayer, P. Velleman, H. Walker, P. Wright, J. Poor. THE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB SEVENTH GRADE BAND: l. Aiken, R. Berglda, D. Bergman, R. Babis, N. Bednars, L. Cohen, M. Duvel, E. Diamond, J. Epstein, E. Fleck, M. Fritz, R. Foursteln, S. Gale, R. Grltttn, D. Hoffman, P. Joyce, C. Jessen, J. Keomey, R. Keller, C. leldersdort, G. Mathews, A. Mirchel, J. Odor- wold, D. Reutershan, G. Santoll, A. Sibigtroth, B. Smith, N. Timko, P. Wllsey, J. Forquor, M. Lukens, N. Knowles, D. Wood, R. DeMoo, M. McCoIoskoy. THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT This year, our music department, under the super- vision of Miss Duerkson and Mr. Dewitt, supplied us with many tuneful concerts. All members of the choruses, orchestras, and bands enioyed performing for the audiences who so appreciated their music. Weber owes its thanks and congratulations to the music department for a fine ,and hard-working season. 37 Boys BASKETBALL At the start of the season, the team members were inexperienced, but with the succession of games and under the excellent coaching of Mr. Goodwin, their skill improved. Our basketball team regards the '63 season as on unforgettable one. BASKETBALL TEAM: L. to R., First row: B. Palmer, L. Babis, D. Nordstrom, J. Dello-lacono, B. Stetz, W. Shimmerlilr. Second row: B. Watts, V. Catalano, M. Smith, J. 0'Reilly, P. Wagner, K. Kaiser. Third row: B. Gamble, E. Aschen- hrenner, manager: G. Mueller, manager, B. Griltin, manager, R. Allegrettl, manager, B. Matthews, manager, J. Pitman, manager: J. Flowers. 1- 'PU Basketball Games in Action. f N f"I O1'tS SOCCER Under the careful coaching of Mr. Holt the members of the soccer team learned much about this intricate game. The principal players on the team were ninth graders, although there were fine players from all grades. SOCCER TEAM: L. to R., First row: V. Nolan, B. Quiaoit, G. Katz, R. Allegretti, T. Eckert, P. Archer, B. Smith. Second row: D. Terrell, J. MacCallum, J. Westphal, B. Guerrierl, B. Matthews, M. Canuso, D. Dorfman, H. Miller, W. Shim- msrlik, J. Pitman, R. Rogo, S .Santodonato. Third row: C. Caprorlello, G. Boehm, M. Smith, K. Kaiser, A. Simunelc, Mr. Holt, A. Lauronti, C. Reynolds, R. Leigh, P. Wagner, J. Flowers. BASEBALL Mr. Melchlor, our new baseball coach, did a good iob in his first year at Weber. Each member of the team played to the best of his ability in every game. Regardless of the outcome, everyone on the team was satisfied that he had helped to uphold our school's fine reputation for team spirit. BASEBALL TEAM: L. to R., First row: J. Jensen, D. Nordstrom, B. Stetz, P. Santoli, D. Nordstrom, R. Allegretti. Second row: T. Johnson, B. Guerrleri, M. Canuso, T. McPherson, C. Caprarlello, E. Aschenbrenner, J. O'ReiIley, B. Denton. Third row: G. Boehm, B. Barth, B. Catalano, Mr. Melchior, P. Wegner, B. Watts, B. Gamble. TRACK TEAM 1963: Front row, l.. to R.: S. Bolway, D. Terrel, S. Bren- ner, J. Barnbach, G. Naegels, G. Mueller, D. Wood, 5. Spanler, J. l.eSauvage, R. Sage, P. Whitcomb, C. Guerrerl, A. Overton. Second row: M. McCloskey, S. Terrell, R. Trayer, B. Karobkln, H. Mendelsahn, W. Grennough, B. Fenton, R. Peyser, H. Golomb, R .Salenlos, C. Koning, M. Terry, M. Magee, P. Barth, D. Hughes, G. Krapp, G. Apple- gate. Third row: D. Rogers, T. Morse, T. Travis, K. Kaiser, M. Smith, M. Luther, P. Mendelsohn, P. Muller, B. Bounasera, R. Fenton, J. Pax- WRESTLING TEAM The wrestling team was newly organized this year, under the direction of Mr. Thorp. Approxi- mately 40 boys signed up for the team. The above shots show two scenes of the wrestling team in action. ton, P. Galomb, M. Wtnkworth, A. Slmunelr, R. Beleus, M. Blank. Fourth row: J. Flowers, F. Lamar, J. Wisnlewskl, J. Holloway, B. Palmer, J. Gray, J. Pitman, P. Meyer, P. Romanelll, C. Wile, K. Baurentlend, B. Nikolls, E. Johnson, C. Stalnaker, I.. Babis, T. Begg, D. Galbrlth, S. Sautoslanato. Missing from Picture: T. Dunlop, T. Furth, J. Geasllng, A. Gottfried, B. Selfts, P. Archer, K. Adler, R. Babis, C. Barrett, 5. Beberman, D. Bergmann, S. Cnrmley, J. Glasserew, B. Grlttin, R. Levine, S. Pink, W. Rufenacht, A. Salerno. TRACK Weber had an exceptional track team this year. Fast sprinlers gained points for their school in the hundred yard dash and the 440 relay. The half mile run and the pole vault were also point gaining events. The '63 track season will be remembered as an outstanding one. C 9 1 f 'X X .f-Q. X irls' Sports G.A.A. OFFICERS With its faithful and dutiful labors, this G.A.A. board worked to make many events, such as G.A.A. Sports Night and the G.A.A. Dance a smashing success. We owe our respect to each individual manager for the hours of effort she dedi- cated to her activity. This small indis- pensable executive unit was responsible for numerous crucial decisions, and with- out it, the girls' athletic season of '62-'63 could never have succeeded. G.A.A. OFFICERS: I.. Io R.: J. Pennlngton, I.. Anthony, L. I.'I'lommedleu C lanelrer K. Ritter, M. Hurd, P. Meyer, M. Harper, J. Dewey, J. Regal I Johanson I Harding, S. Crouse, M. Porter. Mtn Shlrley Dailey Glrll' Pllyslcal Education Instructor 41 ,ag 05 0 Lvl? L ?if-11 ' iw.. ' L. to R., Sitting: N. Michaels, S. Supple, K. Ritter, S. Handsman, S. Ferris. First row: L. Guerrierl, L. Hewitt, D. Dell, S. Goetz, J. Cozza, W. Dennis, M. Fling, J. Bernstein, E. Stein, L. Sharpln, S. Etsenburg, N. Slate. Second row: S. Davis, M. Slate, L. Anthony, W. An- thony, B. Dannentelser, C. Bancker, M. Hurd, K. McNally, B. Swanson, P. Young, B. Hyman, S. Maier, D. Kaufman. Third row: C. Wade, J. Goebel, D. Grossman, M. Shepley, M. Harper, L. Milton, C. Mlrchel, H. Mlrchel, L. Noaltt, C. Frltx, M. Fritz, J. Johanson. J. Lessner, Regal, I. MODERN DANCE For those who like to dance, this extracurricular activity under the diligent leadership of Kathy Ritter, G.A.A. manager, was a rare opportunity. With all members working towards G.A.A. Sports Night, it was really lun and a chance to participate in a cultural and artistic endeavor. VARSITY HOCKEY TEAM This year, the ninth grade varsity hockey team is proud to say that it has experienced an undefeated year. lts games have been with Friends Academy, Sousa, Manhasset, and Herrtcks, and in each the prowess of its players paid oh' in either a victory or tie. Under the leadership of Jenny Penning- ton, the manager, the team proved an asset to the extra- curricular program and a pride to Weber. Flrst row, L. to R.: S. Berman, J. Dewey, J. Pennington, S. Maier, A. Blodget. Second row: L. L'Hommedieu, M. Porter, P. Harding, A. Pratt, S. Handsman, l. Rezentals. 42 BASKETBALL Jane Dewey, G.A.A. manager of basketball, has done an excellent iob with her two teams. The Varsity, after playing Friends Academy, Herricks, Manhasset, and Sousa, won only two of these games. But the Junior Varsity is proud to say that they are undefeated, although they did not play Friends Academy. Excellent sportsmanship, as in all other sports, was displayed. BASKETBALL TEAM: Top row, L. to R.: L. Nevltt, A. Pratt, R. Logan. Middle row: S. Handsman, P. Harding. Front row: J. Dewey. TUMBLING Under the capable leadership of Bobby Harding, tumbling has made an excellent impression on all people who saw it displayed at G.A.A. Sports Night. In addition to the regular routines, there were stunts on the parallel bars and the horse, which required much strength and courage. All girls should be commended for their excellent iob. Although the tryouts are at the beginning of the year, there is only one showing of what they do. For the rest of the year, they work out, sometimes going to other schools for exhibitions. TUMBLING TEAM: Top row, L. to R.: M. Porter, C. Bancker, M. DeArmond, P. Harding, K. Black, H .MircheI, B. Harding Icaptainl, A. Blodgott. Middle row: 5. Maler, P. Meyer, J. Dewey, K. McNally, N. Nevltt, E. Sloan, S. Case, J. Goebel, K .Rltter. Front row: N. Slate, C. MacCalIum, B. Lotker, B. Bosold, A. Gravsrt, M. Fling, B. Hyman. N VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM Under the capable guidance of Laura L'Hommedieu, the G.A.A. volley- ball manager, the varsity team had a rewarding season. Its games were against Sousa, Manhasset, Hericks, and Roslyn, and that with Sousa was the only loss. The games proved very enioyable and good sportsmanship was displayed by all participants. L. to R.: A. Blodgett, L. Fisher, M. Porter, P. Harding, .I. Dewey, L. Ullommedieu, S. Handsman, I. Rozentals, I. Johanson, L. Nevitt, J. Pennington, A. Pratt. Girls' Basketball in action. 43 'ac SJ 23 xg M I Nf3' ff?N2-Xf ff fix wb"' WEw31riu Mr- Gel-lb-few mp 44 v. fr.. comm. .N fy X 'M Around f On lllo Socmr Flold I fry X """"""',.. ' 71 ? F !i cipg , f X x,x,:i ,rxl X v . 950 xx X SEQ R' HX X' 1. I Q' W ' ' X -Q 5 Q' " Weber ' K um- X 0-Q , .... . -t The Chrlslmus Play prnonlod by 'N UNMIK' CIGN- S IA In Science In Home Economics In History '-Xz' 3 . 1915 Wllh the lnlp of lnsplrullonal teachers In :vary wbloel, Weber students puriicipcie enlhusluslically. CL S S uslly engaged In thc shop and lib QC NN 8:15 and a moment of silence . . . Cuban crisis brings school scare but peace re- mains . . . no more cookies-fruit instead . . . Student Council elections-Gamble or GauIt??? . . . idon'tknowwhatdoyouthink . . . What did you get on your report card-A+ -, B+, A -- -, F-t-, or B? . . . Christmas play- Ingry becomes an angel . . . General Motors assembly brings scientific phenomena to Weber . . . no more perfects-naturals instead . . . gum chains-"save those wrappers" . . . toads in orbit . . . Student Council conducts a successful workweek . . . "Bring back Bert and Harry Piels" . . . medicine's greatest controversy--Kildare vs. Casey . . . anyone have a subduralhematoma? . . . G.A.A. dance--all dive deep and come up with a wonderful time . Q . 50 mile hike, anyone? . . . no cheering, oh well, there's always high school . . . no current events-that newspaper strike sure comes in handy THUSIASM CONCLUDED lhint, Mr. Degnerl . . . Kennedy dynasty grows and leads the nation with great vig-ah . . . "My Son the FoIksinger," "My Son the Celebrity," "My Son the Weberite" . . . "Mother, please. l'd rather do it myself!" . . . all Weberites turn out for the basketball game of the year-Students vs. Faculty . . . Miss McCann goes wild over Rip Van Winkle . . . Steph and Sue lead the G.A.A. in the best sports nite ever . . . cat lovers picket G-3 . . . Mona Lisa charms millions with her famous smile . . . New Yorkers watch as World's Fair progresses . . . 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