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1965 A&D YearBook

1965 Yearbook contributed by
Sally Massa Stringer

  • 12 years 4 months ago
    1965 YearBook 033
    Hi everybody,
    I would like to hear from anybody that remembers me. I'm alive and well, still in the Bronx.
    • 1 year 5 months ago
      Hi Brenda, I remember you very well, we sat together in ??? I spoke with you years ago!
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    1 year 5 months ago
    Hi Sally, wonder if anyone remembers where our prom was held? I graduated in 1965 with you and Maria Sarli etc. Any idea? Email me
    Thanks, Mary Lou Sanicola
  • Globalfox (Private)
    7 years 7 months ago
    1965 YearBook 040
    Sally M. I remember well. She was the junior in my senior year. There was a hit song at the time which I must have driven her crazy with. Sally go round the roses.... Sally don't you go, don't you go downtown"!! Lol .... Hello Sally wherever you are.
  • Jerry Burgan (Private)
    15 years 2 months ago
    1965 YearBook 035
    Hello To ALL Grads of '65 !!! I welcome replies from anyone that shared the A&D experience. What a great time in our lives! I've been mellowing out in New Hamphire for years, now - what about you?

    The Package Design class planted the seeds that I'm still harvesting today. THANKS to some very fine teachers that cared.

    I Would particularly love to hear from Kristin Eriksson, George "Teamoh" Fields, Brenda Hughes, Viola Morales, Calvin Grant, Norman "Spike" Smith, Jennifer Gale, , Maria Ortiz, Landres Dessisso and Edgar Gomez to name a few. Let's keep it alive!

    Wishing everyone, good health, happiness and peace.
  • Vinnie Perrera (Private)
    11 years 5 months ago
    1965 YearBook 024
    Oy Vey!!!
  • 11 years 7 months ago
    1965 YearBook 025
    Such fun looking at how it used to be .. wondering where everyone is ..
  • Bill Hupert (Private)
    15 years 4 months ago
    1965 YearBook 036
    Does anyone know where Susan Widlick is?
  • 15 years 4 months ago
    1965 YearBook 023
    Hi All, I am alive and well and happily married to Anthony in Yonkers, NY. I have two daughters (Christa Elizabeth and Marissa Angela) who are the lights of my life. Going through the yearbook makes me wonder why youth is wasted on the young! So much to be done and said that wasn't. Would LOVE to hear from classmates, especially my 'little click' of friends. Always wonder about Linda, Camille, Benny, Jimmy and especially you, Louie. All emails gladly received, I will w/b. Leave Email addresses or phone numbers. Wish you all well. :) Betty xxx ooo
  • 15 years 4 months ago
    1965 YearBook 034
    Wow, I graduated in 1964 and majored in sculpture or modeling and was in Cavalito's class. I remember well Monique, and Karen who were a little younger but full of life and talent, so it was great to be able to scan the class of 65 yearbook because most of the people I knew quite well. What great memories. I now teach sculpture at Kean University in New Jersey along with Tony Velez (64) who teaches photography. The skills I learned from Cavalitto, John Kenney, and Frank Eliscu have guided me most of my life. I was also quite suprised to see the photograph to the right of the new principal in the beginning of the year book "ITS ME" that large format camera project that we all had in photography. I still have that photograph hanging on my wall.
  • Phil Wargo (Private)
    15 years 9 months ago
    1965 YearBook 034
    Thank you very much for scanning in this yearbook. As the class of 65 Senior V.P., I was about to look for a way to do this until I noticed it was already done.

    Thanks again on behalf of all the 1965 A&D graduates.


    Phillip J. Wargo
  • 16 years 1 month ago
    1965 YearBook 031
    I remember each and every face -- you all look beautiful to me. I am overwhelmed with emotions. I hope you are all well. Love,

  • 16 years 3 months ago
    1965 YearBook 002
    Tryying to locate a Victor Carlucci who might have graduated from your high school around 1965. Thanks for any info. Barbara
  • 16 years 4 months ago
    1965 YearBook 034
    Thank you, thank you, thank you! My yearbook was stolen many years ago - could not get a replacement (I tried), did not know any one to even look through theirs. This brings back so many memories. I'm delighted that someone from the class of '65 finally gave one to you to scan. Thanks ever-so-much!