POINT BORO

CLASS OF 66

This page is dedicated to those fellow

classmates and teachers who are not with us anymore.  Their lives, their

friendships, their memories will

allways be cherished.

THE  PLAN

OF  THE

MASTER  WEAVER

 

Our lives are but fine weavings

That God and we prepare,

Each life becomes a fabric planned

And fashioned in His care.

 

We may not always see just how

The weavings intertwine,

But we must trust the Master’s hand

And follow His design.

 

For He can view the pattern

Upon the upper side,

While we must look from underneath

And trust in Him to guide.

 

Sometimes a strand of sorrow

Is added to His plan,

And though it’s difficult for us,

We still must understand

 

That it’s He who fills the shuttle,

It’s He who knows what’s best,

 So we must weave in patience

And leave to Him the rest

 

Not till the loom is silent

And the shuttles cease to fly

Shall God unroll the canvas

And explain the reason why.

 

The dark threads are as needed

In the Weaver’s skillful hand

As the threads of gold and silver

In the pattern He has planned.

 

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Classmates

 

 

JOSEPH  ANDERSON

Jo-Jo

 

center on the gridiron; can be found sharpening those skates;  more sweaters than you can count; man of diversified interests;  plans a future as an Internal Revenue Officer

Football 2, 3 4

Leaves all his gym equipment to the school

 

 

STANLEY  JAMES  BLAIR 

 

JR.

 

Butch

 blond and good looking; sharp dresser; future lawyer;

student council 2; cross country 2; track 2;

  engineering club 2, 3; president gym club 3;

Leaves his books to any juniors and hopes they do better

with them than he did

 

 

 ROBERT  BROWN

Bob

How many days till June;  Often seen at the food fair.... quiet,  until you get to know him . . . . future plans include law school

Leaves Mr. Saner his own microphone


 

 

SPENCER  BROWN

Spence

star debator

key club 2, 3, 4; honor society 3, 4; jets 2, 3; debating club 2

future plans include law and politics

 

 

RALPH  CANNON

"Rock"

razor-sharp wit . . . demon on the drums

great guy and fun to be with . . . full of rhythm on the dance floor

desires to be success in life

Football 2;    SAFARI 4

Leaves his algebra marks to anyone unfortunate enough

to need them

 

 

 DIANA  COMBS

Dee

"Gross"   . . . .  affinity for cosmetics . . . . has mania for short skirts

one of the Bobbsie twins . . . . . wishes to have life, liberty, and the pursuit

of happiness

Baseball 1; Pep Club 4

 Leaves Mrs. Meeker a bottle of eyeliner and eyeshadow

 

 

GEORGE  DUMOIS

Cubano

"you know"

our handsome senior from cuba

Football 2, 3, 4, Captain; baseball 3

Leaves his strong legs to Mr. Spincola

 

 

  

BRUCE  HARVIE

 

 

 

 TOM  HAGENBACH

"Tom"

 

"I don't know"  . . . .  where the girls are  . . . .  friend to all

 careful driver?  . . . .  great personality . . . . college campus seen

in the future

Soccer 2 ; Prom Committee 3; SAFARI 4; Drama club 3

Leaves Sue Smith tow lessons in  E. S. P.

 

 

 JIM  HIBBS

Hibbol

"oh yea"

 ... a really great guy ...

soccer 1; baseball 1, 2, 3, 4

football 3, 4;  student council 1

gridiron club 2

Leaves his argyle socks to Coach Spincola

 

 


JOHN  JEWUSIAK

Ja  Woos

"Oh yeh" . . .  can't quite cope with Senior Math    

tries to be more careful in the gym . . . always has something to say

future sees him as a school teacher

Key Club 2, 3, 4  Secretary; Bowling 4

Leaves all the luck he had to some poor soul

 

 BILL  KENNEY

Bill

Easy come, easy go

A friendly smile for all

surfing  enthusiast . . . . plans to become a technician

leaves happily

Baseball  2

 

                           STAN  KILMARTIN

Stosh

 

"i ain't got nothing"

 

Football 3; track 2 ,3; chess club 3;

 

president drama club 3, 4

 

leaves school happy 

 

 

LINDA  KIELMINSKI  JONES

"Lin"

 "Rosemary, is here twirling practice after school today?"

. . .  peppy twirler . . . those curly black locks . . . 

treat her patients kindly . . . hopes to go to Europe with Rosemary

Leaves Mr. Saner a pair of black and gold suspenders

Twirling  1,2,3,4;     Junior class play  3;    SAFARI 4;  Drama Club 1;

Glee Club 1,2;   Modern Dance Club 2;   Intramurals 1,2,3,4;   G A A  2,3

 

 

DEBBIE  KLING

Debbie

"thats boss"

 

intramurals 2; fbla 2

 

bookeeping seen in the future

 

leaves Janet Hooper the keys to her imaginary car

 

JOHN  LAMONT

Shadow

 

slighly shy.....found here and there

 

navy blues seen in the future

 

track 1

 

 

PAT  LEONARD

 

 

CHARLES  MARTIN

Skip

"Yea right?!"

can take a joke and return quickly . . . if it's

edible he likes it . . . demon behind the wheel

soccer 2,  Manager;  basketball 2, 3  Manager

Track, 2;  Engineering Club 2

 Leaves Mr. Spincola 40 pounds

 

 

KATHY McGEE MORSE

Magoo

Cute and delicate . . . . super sarcastic . . . . can do without

that cafeteria food . . . . wants to own an  XKE

Basketball 1;   Student Council 2;  Dranm Club 2; 

Pep Club 4;  Girls' Quartet 1, 2

Leaves those certain sophomore girls lost !

 
 

TIM  MCGEEHAN

Tim

"beat neptune!"

soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; baseball 1, 3;

vice president 3, 4; chorus 1, 3

leaves nothing but "good luck" to all who follow him

 

CLIFF  MCKENNAN

why should we honor those that die upon the field of battle;

a man may show as reckless a courage in entering the abyss of himself 

 

 

BILL  MERRILL

Bill

tall and good looking

hails from the harbor; sharp dresser

 

PAULETTE  POTTER-KILMARTIN

Blabber

 

"let me have the whole story"

 

student council 1; twirling 2, 3, 4; track 3;

 

intramurals 1, 2, 3; gaa 3; drama club 3; safari 4

 

leaves Mr. Bittenbinder a tube of brylcream

 

BARBARA  PUSCHEL-BRANDA

Babs

"you fool"

 wants to go to new york with Nanci, Marguerite, and Patty Duke

vollyball 3

 

JAMES  ROLAND

Jim 

"life is short, so everyone should live it to the fullest"quiet type...enjoys being independent

leaves Mr. Keller an unbreakable comb

 

 

 

WALTER  SAMUEL

Walt

Exaggerated nonconformist . . . . abhors authority

finds no problem too difficult to handle

P. P. B. H. S. only vegetarian . . . wants to corner the cucumber market

Engineering club 3;  drama club  3;  jv soccer 3 ;  Prom committee 3;

Newspaper 4;  Safari 4, Editor. 

 

SAM  STILLWELL

here dead lie we because we did not choose to live and shame

the land from which we spring.

life, to be sure, is nothing much to lose;

but young men think it is, and we were young

 

 KATHLEEN  ANN  TEETSEL

Kathy

"Fink". . . has a soft spot for Linden 

Weekends seem too short

Most of her dates are on roller skates

Newspaper 4. Transferred from Linden in 1965

 

HAL  TROVATO

the big guinea

"hi there"

soccer 1, 2; track 1, 2; wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4

leaves the underclassmen in p.p.b.h.s

 

 

VINCE  TROVATO

 

 

BRUCE  TUCH

Bruce

 came to p.p.b.h.s. courtesy of the piners

future undecided

 

ROLAND  WEST

 Roland

"I messed you guys up cause I'm tame"

 

great dresser . . . one of the surfer crew . . . natural blond hair?

hopes to surf in Hawaii with the guys

 

Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4;  Drama club3;  Boys Octet 2, 3, 4;  Class play 4

 

Leaves   "25 lbs of parafin surf wax to Mr. Keller"

 

 

 

 

 

Teachers

 

Laurance DeBellis - Superintendant

 

Jim  Williams  -  Principal

 

John McHugh  -  Vice Principal

 

Sandford  Prall

 

Jack  Watson

 

Richard  Lansing

 

David  McTague

 

Margaret Bishop

 

Robert  Holmes

 

Richard Ellicks

 

Roy Feldman

 


 

 

 

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