Albany High School - Prisms Yearbook (Albany, NY)

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Pres.: inter-Society Council, Treas.: Choir: Band: Dramatics: Ring Comm.: Bowlingg Al- baniansg Orchestra: Jesters: Student Council: All-State Band: GARNET AND GRAY. T Char MARY ARNOLD 122 Lancaster Street Star-Hi: Orchestra: Spanish Club: Dra- SONJA matics: GARNET AND GRAY. 324 Hudson Avenue -'N 56 H. Sgnnig 478 Clinton Avenue 1 6. ANN C. BARELSKI Annie 546 Perl: Avenue ELIZABETH L. AVlZA Betty 4-A Tremont Street Alpha, French Clubp Forum. Star-Hip Drar-natics: Forum: Spanish Club: J.V. Cheerleeclingg Varsity Cheerleading: Softballg GARNET AND GRAY. WILLIAM W. BERGAN Bill 761 Western Avenue Hi-Y, Trees.: Drematics: Student Council: PAULINE E. BEACH Paul 214 Second Street Star-Hig Bowling. RENEE M. BEAR 77 Brady Avenue DORIS E. BEDELL 23 Second Street Alpha, Veep: Star-Hip Drameticsp Stu- dent Council: Orchestre: Beta-Phip GAR- NET AND GRAY. French Club: J.V. Football: Varsity Foote JAY l. BERMAN ballg J.V. Besebellg Varsity Baseball: 305 New Scotland Avenue RICHARD J. BELARDO Meatball Wregflingg Intramural Baslretballg GAR. 6 Keller Street NET AND GRAY. ,Ai Foreign Language Club: Bandg Orchestra: Jesters: Forum: GARNET AND GRAY. ali BARBARA J, BEVAN Bobbie MICHAEL T. BIANCHINO Mike ALICE L. BINK 214 Colonie Street l05 MGHVWNQ Boulevard 709 State Street Tri-Hi-Y, Chap., Sgt. at Arms, Veep. Red Cross: J-V- Football: VGVSHTY FO0f- Beta-Phi, Sec.: Bowling. RONALD A. BLAKE Chet l2 Barclay Street Doxia: Student Council, Pres.: Key Club? Science Club, Sec.: Hi-Y: Orchestra: Band, Veepi Forum: Jesters: lntramural Football and Basketball: Traclc: Easton Essay, 2nd Prize: Conservation Essay. Hon, Men.: All-State Band: PATROON: GARNET AND GRAY. SUE C. BLAU H5 Ten Broeclr Street JUDITH B. BLOOM Judy 879 Mercer Street Alpha: Dramatics: Orchestra: GARNET AND GRAY. ball, Manager: J.V. Baseball: Varsity Baseball: Wrestling: Intramural Basket- ball. MARTIN E. BLUMENTHAL Marty 51 Forest Avenue Doxia, Marshall: Science Club: Latin Club: Forum: German Club: Foreign Language Club: Dramatics, Veep: Pre- tenders: Baseball: Conservation Essay. Hon Men.: Red Cross: PATROON: INK BLOT: GARNET AND GRAY. DOLORES E. BORDEAUX Dodo 346 Second Avenue Forum: Beta-Plni: Dramatics: Clioir: Fu- ture l-lomemalcers of America: GAR- NET AND GRAY. 1' REGINA A. BOSELLI June JEAN M. BRACE Jentca LAURA E. BRACE Cookie 259 Western Avenue 112 Second Street 112 Second Street IRENE E. Dramatics. il' L BROOKMILLER I7 Leonard Street PATRICIA A. BRADLEY Red 188 Lancaster Street 'Q he ,f-Q Q GAYLE H. BRANDOW sam GLADYS C. BROOKS Brookse 38 Second Street Alpha, Treas.g Beta-Phig Orctvestrag Red Crossg Dramattcsg Forurnp GARNET AND GRAY. Q 476 Ontario Street Beta-Pt-np GARNET AND GRAY. ROBERT BROWNSTEIN Bob 39 Barrows Street J.V. Basebalt. V . ll ,Q 2 A 5 I , -N i WILLIAM BRUINS Bill MERLE S. BRUNO DONALD T. BRYANT Drop Top 530 Hamilton Street 835 New Scotland Avenue 67 Third Street Latin Clubp Choirg Albaniansg GARNET Dramaticsp Garnettesg Orchestrap Band: Hr-Y: J.V. Basketball: Varsity Baslcetballg AND GRAY. Choir: Volleyballg Baslcetballp PATROONp Traclr. GARNET AND GRAY. KENNETH H. BUECHS Muscles 99 Third Avenue Student Councilg Red Crossg Key Club, Sr. Dir.g Choirg J.V, Footballg Intramural Baslietballg INK BLOTg GARNET AND GRAY. BARBARA J. BULGER Bobble 306 Quail Street Alpha: Commerce Club: Spanish Club? Dramatics: Star4Hl. ANDREW R. CANFIELD Andy 755 Woodlawn Avenue MARION F. BURNS CONSTANCE E. BURTON Connie Transferred from Colonieg Footballg Latham 29 Menands Road Baseball, xz of '3' MARJORIE M. CARAWAY 197 Orange Street .-fr' HELEN T. CARROLL 696 Ncftn Peari Street Star-Hi: Bowling. fi Q 6 fl W A :fl if' fi1'fg39 ae? A Rosey MARIE A. CARBONE ALAN E. CAROLUS AI 20 Fernda'e Street 23 Bescti Avenue Forumg Spar-sta Ciub, Sec.: Star-Hi: Foreign Language Ciubp Spanisti Club Futqre Homernakers of America: Bowi- Science Ciubj lntramuraf Baslretbaii. ingg Spanish II Prize: GARNET AND GRAY. WALTER A. CAROLUS C. H. I5 Tillinqtmst Avenue. Menands 'Q DOLORES J. CARPINELLO Dodo 358 Morris Street Beta-Phi, Treasg Volleyballg GARNET AND GRAY. ARTHUR N. CHERDACK Bcobie HERBERT CHORBAJIAN Ctior 16 Barrows Street 36 McKinley Street Sissy Jesters: Bafdp Ofctvestrag Tracing J.V. Leger Forum: Inter-Segiety Ccuncilg Basebaiig Vers ty Bcsebdi, GARNET Frer-5? Cleb, Intramural Basketbai, GAR. AND GRAY, NET AND GRAY, , 'uf'-. 4 -Ri' Q HN 4 I ' 10' oh LEONARD P. CICHON Lennie 765 Livingston Avenue Hi-Yg Varsity Football, Co-Capt. Varsity Traclcg Intramural Basketball: Intramural DONALD B. CLEARY Peepers 62 Quail Street Wrestling. PAULA R. COHEN Paul I3 Lawnridge Avenue Alphap Forumg Student Councilp Drama- tics: Spanish Club: French Club: PATROONJ GARNET AND GRAY. MARION COLEMAN 149 Clinton Aven ue 1 MARK W. CONROY Bobo MARY COLITSAS Honey 665 Hudson Avenue 261 Morris Street J.V. Baseballg Varsity Baseballp Intramural Commerce Club. Basketball. SANDRA J. CLEVELAND Sandy 20 Besch Avenue Alpha: Student Councilp Dramatics: Choirg Albanettesg Beta-Phi, Sgt. ot Arms: Red Crossg GARNEI' AND GRAY. JOAN M. CONTOMPASIS Toots 5 Sunset Avenue Forum: PATROON: GARNET AND GRAY. ANNE C. COONS Red 33 Bradford Street 'Q ' 'QQ 7- . 9 Q e .. X , I . , , W , U ROBERT A. CORNELL 858 Th rd Street deli?" KATHLEEN H. CROSS Kattvy U Ctcver-Lave, Lfwderw Re Star-H: Peet? C Lb Fttwe Heme- malrers 5: Amerza GARNET AND GRAY. X Fe LINDA E. CROSS 422 Mae' eg Bcfevard Freeftw C -tp Fcrxvw Sec.: Stpdewt Cem- f' Trees. C'eatve Wrrtwg, Vglteybgl, Spencer C. GSM Merrfzflal Creatwe Wrtwg Award. GARNET AND GRAY. I 1 Bob HOWARD F. COTON Howre RD. Nc, 2 Watervliet ELAINE B. COWLES 139 Russell Road Ctwclrg Albanettes, Pres. EVELYN E. CRONIN Evie 224 Colcnie Street Tri Hi-Y. CECELIA J. CULLEY Cece 170 Ccfcr' e Street Star-Hp Drarratcs: Vcueybaffz Scttbatlg Basketbatf. LEONARD M. CUMMINGS Lennie 47 Peyster Street J.V. Football. HELENE M. DAVIS 381 First Street Spanish Club: Dramaticsg Foreign Lan- guage Club Short Story Contest, Spanish Hon. Meng GARNET AND GRAY. RICHARD J. DEWEY 3 Fountain Avenue NICOLETTA A. DiGlULIO Niclrie 225 Clinton Avenue Sec. ot Sr. Class: Sigma, Treas.: Forum: Student Councilg Tri-Hi-Y, Pres.: Dra- maticsg Hi-Y Council, Sec.: Foreign Language Club, 2nd Veepg Volleyballp Basketball: Ring Comm.: PATROON: GARNET AND GRAY. if ASSUNTA M. CURIONE Sue F. ANTHONY DAVIDSON Tony 88-B Morris Street 42 Brent Street Tri-Hi-Yp GARNET AND GRAY. Logiag I-Ii-Yg J.V, Baseballg Traclrp Var- sity Footballg Intramural Baslretballp Wrestling. Diclc -'RV' ROBERT W. DODT Bob I Turner Place NANCY I. DONNELLY Nance Doxia: Forum: Jestersg Orchestrag Ring 400 Morris Street Comm.p Times Union Corres.5 PATROONg Alphap Forumg Latin Club: GARNET GARNET AND GRAY. AND GRAY. .19 43 1 fl? X Q CHARLES E. DORSHEIMER Clwclc EDWARD K. DuGUAY Dulre LEONIE G EADES ee 391 Western Avenue 44 Albany Street 469 Lvnnqstcn Avenue Key Club, J,V. Baslcetballg Varsity Basketball, Captg Varslty Baseball. 'ln- I A 1? 1' ' will GARY K. ENGLE EDWIN W. ENGELHARDT Ed 306 Second Sffeef 823 WGSL "QRS" Avenue H'-Y: J.V. Basel::a'l: Varsfy Basebalg H -Y Pfesq H -Y Ccmzl Veep: Sludenf J.V. Fccibaflp Varsly Football: lntra- Ceann' Vawty frail: Capt lffrarnural rn.ra' Basketball, Basketbal: PATROON, 'Q GAIL EASTMAN Beta-Ph Sgt of Arms Spanslw nb GARNET AND GRAY -4' JOSEPH EPPERSON Epps CONSTANTINE J. ERMIDES Gus I34 First Street 94 Lark Street J.V, Basketball. PATRICIA E. FAIRFIELD Pat II9 First Street Volleyball. RICHARD B. FEINGLOSS Diclc 206 South Allen Street Pres, ot Sr. Class: Doxla, Presq Inter- it Society Cauncil. Pres.p Student Councllg French Club: Hebrew Clubg Forum? Foreign Language Club: Varsity Tennrsp Intramural Baslnetballg PATROON, Ed.: GARNET AND GRAY. H DAVID S. FIALKOFF Pee Wee 255 Whitehall Road Hebrew Cub, Spanish Club: Intramural JUDITH E. FILSINGER Judy Baslcetballg J.V. Foctballp Traclrp Varsity 140 Knox Street I German Club, Fcotballp Wrest-ing. Pa. -14 FAITH E. ETOLL Happy 46 Grandview Terrace Treas. ot Sr. Class: Slqmag Dramatlcs, See? Spanrsh Club: Student Councilg Bandp Orchestra: Majcrettesf Rlng Comm., Chalrg Easton Essay: Glrls' State Repg I Speak tor Democracy: GARNEI' AND GRAY. HELENE L. FISHER 46 Hr lerest Avenue Beta-Phu Student Council. RITA A. FRANKEL 47 Edgecomb Street BARBARA J. FOSTER Barb DORIS G. FRAME Dcrrre 76 North Lark Street Srqmag Dramatrcsp Star-Hi, GARNET AND GRAY. 148 North AI'en Street Dramatlcsp Beta-Phig Bowhnqi GARNE-I AND GRAY. Clabp GARNET AND GRAY, SARAH L. FRANKLIN Kitty Route I Box 145, Western Avenue Drarnaticsz SpanIsh Uub. ROSEMARY FREDETTE I8 GartIeId PIace MARY F. FRIEDMAN 823 MyrtIe Avenue MARILYN FREEMAN Mrckie IOI Soethefn Bctfevard AIpH5, Treas., Pres.: Inter-Society Coune QI: Hebrew Cub, Veepg Latin CIub, Sec.: Sqmag DVGVTIBLICSI Forerng Science Club: Mary Mc,-gan' 2nd Prjgj Credthfe VVrIt- Frerch CIeb: Fcre9gn Language CIUIDi 'ngp Dramaticsg PATROONg GARNET 2 Fcrdtram Court C'9'3t'Ve W't'n95 GARNET AND GRAY- AND GRAY. German CIubp Jesters. PIR I-d ' J --'ta Ree Dramaticsg Forarng French Clubp Hebrew Rose Mike 0 8 SALLY GALLUP Sal MAE E. GALLUZZO RAYMOND L- GARDNER GY 643 Myrtle Avenue 29 Hollywood Avenue l29 Quail Street Alpha: French Club: Band: Orchestra: Bowling. Volleyball: Softball: PATROON: GAR- NET AND GRAY. ROGER A. GARDNER H98 Western Avenue MYRA D. GEESEMAN Diane 257 Second Avenue STEPHEN A. GELLER Steve JUDITH GELLER Judy 135 Grove Avenue Alpha: Spanish Clubg Hebrew Club: Dramatics: Forum: Volleyball: GARNET AND GRAY. I2 Bertha Street Doxia: German Club, Pres.: Forum: Latin Club, Treas.g Latin and German II Prizes: Mary Morgan Prize: lst Prize: U. N. Contest. Conservation Essay, Reg. Latin Contest: Hearst History, 4th Prize. EDWARD GEORGE im Bowling. 537 First Street Done RONALD E. GINSBURG Ronny HELEN M. GIONE Mickey 29 Austin Avenue 387 Cllnton Avenue Orchestra Science Clubg Orchestrap J.V. Footballz Sfdf-Hi: Art Club. Bowlinqz GARNET AND GRAY. BERNARD GOLD Bernie 37 Oalcwood Street Doxlap Forum, Veepp French Club: Dra- , matics: Intramural Baslretballg Varsity .ul V ,gg Tennlsg PATROONg GARNET AND L GRAY. IRWIN GOLDRESS lr IO Summit Avenue Hebrew Club. Treas.: Forum? Drarnatics: Student Council: Red Crossg GARNET A AND GRAY. SHIRLEY GORDON Slvirl MARGARET L. GOUDREAU Peggy 21 West Erie Street 298 Second Street Drgmatlcsg GARNET AND GRAY, Star-H: Bcwlmq. las if STEPHEN H. GOULD Steve ROBERT S. GRACEK Steve IO'-7 Euclid Avenue 40 Maple Avenue Transferred from Albany Academy: J.V. Football: Intramural Basketball: Forum: Track: Wrestling. CARL T. GRAVES I5 Fay Street Band: Jesters: Dramatics: Traclr: GAR- NET AND GRAY. BAYLA M. GREENE 168 North Allen Street Dramatics: Pretenders: GARNET AND GRAY. JULIUS GROSSMAN 640 Clinton Avenue Traclr. 'T bl Bowling: Varsity Traclc: Varsity Football: Wrestling. DORIS C. GRANT 69 Second Street Alpha: Dramaticsp Student Council: Red Crossg GARNET AND GRAY MAXINE E. GROSSMAN Max l70 Homestead Avenue FLONZO H. HAIZLIP Flon Jules Dramatics: German Club: Forum: Science 237 Elm Street Club: Creative Writing: PATROON: GARNET AND GRAY. Albanians: J,V. Football, Intramural Basketball. JANICE HALL Jan I88 Morton Avenue LQROY HALLENBECK Pere CELESTINE HAMLIN Celeste 106 Morris Street 43 Flf5f Sffeef Hi-Yg Varsity Basketball: Varsity Foot. Bandg Orchestra: Dramaticsz Volleyball. ball: Varsity Baseball, sauce c. HAMMOND Q. B. V 410 Elk street Student Council, HieYg J.V. Footballp 1 Q, . I Varsity Football. . ft a. 1" . l" f M ,1 .Q I. A - 5 WILLIAM HARRISON Sam 504 Third Street V Orchestra. FRANCIS J. HART Franlr 62 Grandview Terrace Forum, Pres.g Dramaticsp Ring Comm.: PRESTON W. HARTMANN Pres MARY HATCHER Little One Spanish Club, Veepp Foreign Language 383 Whitehall Road 84 Orange Street Club: GARNET AND GRAY- Orchestra: Jesters: J.V. Baseball. Dramatics. ARLENE HAUSMAN Lee SONDRA T. HAWKINS Sandy DOROTHY E, HAYES Dot 54 Parlcwood Street Alplnag Spanish Club. Pres.: Science Club: 396 Clinton Avenue Star-Hip Tri4Hi-Yg Bowling. Foreign Language Club: Drarnatics: Science Club. Forumg Pretenders: PATROON: GARNET AND GRAY. "pm JOSEPH J. HAYES Joe "' 224 Wlwitelwall Road Varsity Footballg Traclr. PHYLLIS A. HEDGEMAN 15 Bradford Street Beta-Phi. WILLIAM G. HENDERER Bill 8 McPherson Terrace Hi-Y, Veep: Varsity Basketball: V6fSltY MIRIAM R. HERSHENHORN Mimi FOOflJdllL TYGCLJ -l-V- B'-Wlietballi -LV' 6A Second Avenue, Rensselaer Football. Hebrew Clubz Dramatics. 362 Partridge Street JOHN D. HEWITT 32 Hawtlworne Avenue Logia: Clwoirg Albaniansg Forumg Ameri- can Legion Oratorical Contest, County and District Winner. 'X PATRICIA P. HILL 617 MyrtIe Avenue 2A Cuyfer Avenue Forum, Bandg Orchestrag J.V, Basketballg Tennlsg Conservation Essay, 2nd Prizeg PI'vysicaIIy Handicapped Essay, 2nd Prize. ALVIN HOOPER AI FRED S. HORNBERGER Spick I6I Sheridan Avenue 33 Elberon Place Choir. Chess Club. Red Crossz Varsity FootbalT. N Pat DAVID HOELDTKE Dave DONALD L. HOENIG Chief 60 Van SCIWOICL Avenue GEORGE W. HOFFMAN JR. Sonny 132 Third Street GEORGE E. HOGAN Hoagie 33 Betwood Street Spanish CIub5 PATROON. ELEANOR M. HOWDER EI 6 Hampton Street Star-Hi, Secq Baslretballg VolleybaIIg Soft- bdIl. .ff gg fm .ki 13. LINDA M. HUMMEL Lin LORRAINE A. HUMMEL SANDRA L. IKLER Sandy 436 Cllnton Avenue 415 First Street 344 Llvlngston Avenue French Clubp Trivt-Ii-YQ Student Council. German Club, Sigma, Forum: Foreign Drarnatfcsg Future I-Iornernalcers of Language Club, Sec., German Ill Awardg Foreign Language Club German Prlzeg GARNET AND GRAY. LEONARD N. ISAACS Len 34 Glenwood Street Dora, Crtici German Club, Pres.: Forum: Forerqn Language Club, Ist Veepp Science Club, Sec., Veepg County Red Cross, Ed.g Chess Club, Veepp Ring Comm.: U,N. Prlzep Hearst Hist,, Ist Prlzeg Physlcs Prizeg Latin II, 2nd Prizeg I 'V GARNET AND GRAY. 49" DORIS E. JACKSON I 66 North Larlc Street X Doddie I I ALAN E. JOHNSON Al 356 Western Avenue Ferurng J,V. Footballg Intramural Base- BEVERLY A. JOHNSTON Bev ballg Track. 252 North Pearl Street America: Bowling. JACK J. KADESH I8 Joelson Court Forum, Drarnatics, Treas.: Student Coun cf, Veepg Science Club: PATROON GARNET AND GRAY. 1 5? , -M .V - w, yn, s,-.fl SHARON R. KAGAN Beclrie SANDRA G. KAIGLER Sandy 12 Hampton Street ll Avondale Terrace Red Cross: Dramatlcsg Softball: Bowling: Sigma: Beta-Phi, Sec.. Pre5,g Spanish Volleyballp Basketball. Club: Student Council: Dramatics: J.V. Cheerleadlnq, Co-Capt., Varslty Cheer- leading, Co-Capt.: PATROONQ GARNET AND GRAY. A tx ESTELLE L. KAUFMAN Stell 874 Lancaster Street German Club: Forum: DVGIWGUCSJ VOlleY' JAMES H. KELTY ball. 56 Magulre Avenue 1? I -nfs xx JAMES B. KALER Jim 1 Valley Lane, McKownville Logia, Marshall, Veepg Inter-Society Council: Forum: Band, Pres.: Orchestra: Jestersg Physics Prize: GARNET AND GRAY, Business Manager. FELIA E. KARRIS 138 Jay Street Sngmag Art Club: French Club: Forum: Dramatics: PATROON: GARNET AND GRAY. Jlm BEVERLY J. KATZ Bev 848 Jay Street Spanish Club: Dramatics, Forum. NATALIE KESSLER Nan 63 Adirondack Street Lvbrary Assustantg Band: Orchestra: Gar- nettes. fs A as ' 5 ROBERT M. KINGSTON Bob DORIS A. KIRKER Dody LAWRENCE F. KISZKA Larry 284 Morton Avenue 82 Maguire Avenue 252 Elk Street Intramural Basketball. Student Council. CARL C. KOETTER Ket , 3I9 I-laclrett Boulevard , Qi Q b I f -- BERTRAM L. Koi-iN Bert ' 3 9 Holmes Court ' Bandg Orchestrag Jestersg Soil Conserva- A ' f V tion Contest, Hon. Ment.g GARNET AND I GRAY. I ilk CYNTHIA S. KOVE Cindy 64 North Allen Street Future Homemalrers ot America, Veep: Forum: Spanish Club: Star-Hig GARNET AND GRAY. WILLIAM E. KUHN Free 159 Winthrop Avenue Transferred from Albany Academy, Soup FRED L. B. KUNKLE 321 Sherman Street JANET S. LQBAR I Surnrnt Avenue Srqma: Ccrnrnerce Clubg Red PATROON: GARNET AND GRAY. Q5 "Sl DORIS P. LACKS Defy TALMADGE R. LACY Snoelace 492 Hudson Avenue 47 Ncrtn Swan Street Frencn Club: Spanlslw Clubg Fcrurnt Dramatucsg VoIleybaIl5 PATROON: GAR- NET AND GRAY. ho? ply HENRY P. LAKE At 247 Orange Street Intramural Basketball. BARBARA L. LANTZ Barb 54 Grant Avenue A'pIwag German Club, Trees.: GARNET AND GRAY. DAVID C. LAZAR ELEANOR E. LAWSON El 67 Van Scte7cIr Avenue GRANVILLE I.. LARIMORE Laffy 23 Maqndra Terrace Kev Club: Science Club: Cbess Club: I5 Turref PIace BcwI?nq. Drarnatlcs. . , iv, 1. ffm ESTHER LEHRER GLORIA LEIBOWITZ Glo PATRICK J. LQMAITRE a 384- Mountain Street 55 Peyster Street 6 Maguire Avenue Dramatlcsp German Club, Rec. Sec.: Forum: Drematicsg French Clubp PA- Transferred from V. l. Banclz Library Assistant. TROONg GARNET AND GRAY. .45 STEPHEN A. Levine Libby I39 Winthrop Avenue 'rf Loglag French Clubg Hebrew Club: Dra- matics: Forump J.V. Basketball: Intra- mural Basketballg Intramural Football: Ring Commg PATROON, Business Mgr.y 4 GARNET AND GRAY. 93 JEAN R. LEWIS 1 Y 7 Verplanlc Street F Star-Hi: Forum. Fi. A . wg? 8 2 1+ . . me ,ee . Jon R. urs:-HN Bob ., WI ' 252 Lenox Avenue Doxia, Trees.: Forumg Dramaticsg GAR- 4. f NET AND GRAY. if: , fl ff' ' . 38 ' ...V ,A , M J Jeanne A SHEILA M. LIPPMAN 28 Magnolia Terrace Alpha: Forumg Dramatics, Art Club: French Club: GARNET AND GRAY. Q ,"Qv. MARION P. LIZAK 49 North Manning Boulevard JOSEPH S. LONGO Jos6 PATRICIA A. LUBNER Pat DARLINE L. LYONS Dar 369 Hamilton Street 276 Morton Avenue 614 Providence Street Forumg Spanish Club: Varsity Track, Bowling: GARNET AND GRAY. Beta-Phi, Veep, Chap.: Softballg GAR- NET AND GRAY. GEORGE V. MACCABE Mac 188 Sycamore Street Band. KATHERINE L. MACRI Kitty 21 Magnolia Terrace Sigma: Student Council, Sec.: Drama- ticgg Red Cross: Forump Spanish Club, Choir: Beta-Plwig Albanettes: Ring Comm.: PATROONp GARNET AND GRAY. HELEN A, MAF!!-105 Ann PATRICIA R. MAROHN Pat Alpha. 2 West Erie Street FORREST C. MANCE 35 Jeanette Street 76 Dana Avenue fri-HLY. N . 41 VERA J. MARSH Jean ARLENE D. MARSHBURN Are SUSAN E. MATHEW Mole 269 Elm Street 144 North Pine Avenue 294 State Street Sigmag Dramaticsg Forum: Student Coun- Commerce Club: Student Councilg Bowl- Tri-Hi-Y, Chap. cilg Commerce Club: Beta-Phig Tri-Hi-Y: ingg GARNET AND GRAY. J.V. Cheerleadingg Varsity Cheerleading: GARNET AND GRAY. RICHARD J. MCCAUGHIN Dick 21 Reddy Lane, Loudonville Transferred from Mt. Pleasant. x SANDRA J. MCCORMACK Sandy 497 Myrtle Avenue Tri-Hi-Y. Sec.g Softball: Volleyball: GAR- NET AND GRAY. WALTER J. MENZ Buddy KENNETH A. MCKAIG Scout 82 Tremont Street PHYLLIS D. MILLETT Phyllie 32 Betwood Street Hi'Yp J.V. Baslietballp J.V. Football: Var- 285 Third Street Traclc. sity Track: Varsity Football. Star-Hi: Bowling. RICHARD G. MONETTE ELLEN M. MOSLEY 151 Dana Avenue 41 Garfield Place Student Council. Red Crossg Bowling, MARLENE A. MYERS Mar 333 Delaware Avenue PENELOPE A. MYERS Nickle Dramatics: Spanish Club: Beta-Phi, Sgt. 145 Rosemont Street of Arms. Art Club: Bowling. Kitten JOHN P. MURAWSKI Jac 204 Second Street MAUREEN D. MURPHY Moe 440 Magazine Street Beta-Phig Bowling, MARGARET J. MYERS June 50 Lark Street Bowling, Basketball. PHYLLIS A. NAWROCKI IBO Second Street DONALD G. NEVILLE VINCENT J. NOLAN Vince MARIAN E. NOREN 89 South Lalre Avenue 103 Southern Boulevard 433 Central Avenue Star-Hip Red Cross: Orchestrag Library Assistant. THOMAS J. NOVAK Tom 365 Partridge Street J.V. Baseball. FRANCES R. OFFRICHT Fran 141 South Allen Street French Clubg Hebrew Clubg Dramaticsp Forum: Creative Writing, Sec.: Albany Poetry Society Award: INK BLOT. Sr. Ed.: PATROON: GARNET AND GRAY. ANGELA M. PAOLUCCI Angie ALAN H. OLINSKY Al WILLIAM E. OLSON Jazzbo 80 Dan, Avenue 1020 Washington Avenue Box No. 330, R. D. 4. Troy Sigmag Dramatics: Ring Comm.: PA. Intramural Baslcetball. Spanish Club: Key Club. TROONJ GARNET AND GRAY. GILBERT H. PAPPALAU Gil BORDEN F. PARKER Buddy GORDON G- PARKER Gord 116 First Street 246 North Pearl Street 516 I'l0milfOI'1 Sifeef Band, Transferred from V.I. JOAN A. PARVIS 315 Second Avenue ARTHUR R. PEARSON Art 113 Woodlawn Avenue Doxieg French Club: Science Clubg Forumg Dramaticsg Pretendersg Bowling, Sec.: INK BLOT: PATROON: GARNET AND GRAY. ABBOTT H. PHILLIPS CHARLES H. PHINNEY Cluuclr 103 Hollywood Avenue ROBERT L. PHILLIPS Jinx 719 Western Avenue J.V. Football. 140 New Scotland Avenue Baseball, Coach. HENRY S. PHlNNEY Hank JANET F. PILOT Jan EDWARD J. POGODA Eddie 719 Western Avenue 447 Livingston Avenue 4 McCrossin Avenue J.V. Football: Varsity Football: J.V. Base- Band: ballg Varsity Baseball, Intramural Bas- ketball: Wrestling, JUDITH A. POTTS Judy 271 Clinton Avenue ARNOLD W. PROSKIN Arnie 44 Brady Avenue Student Council: Spanish Club: Creative Writing: J.V. Football: Varsity Football: J.V. Baseballg Varsity Bowling. ifvlii S GIRTS PUPONS Gary THOMAS J. PRUNIER Red 197 First Street 134 Lawn Avenue Forum: German Club: Chess Club: J.V. GORDON W, PUTNAM Hi-Y: Bowling. Football: Wrestling. 226 Jefferson Street 'K 'fi J 3 1 f ...sd . T A ALVIN RABINOWITZ Al NANCY E. REAGAN Nan LINDA E. REITBERG Lynne IOI Grove Avenue 90 Sycamore Street 409 Haclrett Boulevard Stddent Coungilg Key Clubg Spanish Club, Orchestra: Beta-Phi, Chapg GARNET Forumg French Clubg Spanish Clubg Con- Veepg Choirp Intramural Baslcetballp J.V. AND GRAY. servation Essay. I-Ion, Ment.5 INK BLOTg Basketballg Varsity Baseball: PATROON7 GARNET AND GRAY. GARNET AND GRAY. RICHARD C. RENDERT Dick 5 Amsterdam Ave., Menands JOYCE L. RICKERT Ricky 290 Third Street Bowling, Treas. JEAN M. RIFENBERICK 58 Cardinal Avenue Sigma, Rec. Sec.g Inter-Scciety Ccuncilp LOIS C. RIFENBERICK Lo Red Cross: Gerrnar' Club, Band: Bowl 'Qi 363 New Scotland Avenue STILES M. ROBERTS Tex GARNET AND GRAY. Sgmag Bawlng, 2 Ross Ccurt, Loudgnvillg ft? 41 ELAINE M. RODGERS Laine 20 Edison Avenue Tr'-Hi-Y. Treasu Student Council: Com- merce ClubA Sigma. Red Cross: Drama- tics: Forum' Volleyball' GARNET AND GRAY. BARBARA ROGERS Barbie 801 Madison Avenue VICTOR V. ROGERS 56 North Larlc Street Science Clubg Intramural Basketball: Bowling. NANCY S. ROSEN Nan I4 Kelton Court Dramaticsg Hebrew Club: French Club: Forump Hebrew Short Story Prize: He- brew ll Regents Award: Hebrew ll Golden Ayin Awardp GARNET AND GRAY. ETHEL M. RODGERS 20 Edison Avenue Student Councilg Tri-l-li-Y- Sigma: Red Cross- Dramatics' Forum' Commerce Club, Corres. Sec. Veep: Volleyball- GARNET AND GRAY. Vic ALAN L. ROTH Al 19 Forest Avenue Spanish Club, Corr. Sec.: Key Club, Sec.: Traclcg Intramural Basketball. ANN ROGERS Panda SOI Madison Avenue Transferred from Cambridge Central Hgh School. GV 'F fi' 2 1 1 is Zi? SANFORD I. ROTH l4l Manning Boulevard Dramaticsg Red Cross: Key Clubp Band: Sandy Jestersg Orchestrap Bowlingp Intramural Basketballg Traclcp J.V. Baseballg Varsity Baseballg PATROONg GARNET AND GRAY. , f . 5 WAYNE A ROTH Ch p STEPHEN B ROWINSKI 1 ANTHONY E. ROZNIEWSKI Tony 170 Cottage Avenue 87 Tlnnrd Street 471 Second Street J.V. Football. JOSEPH T. ROZNIEWSKI Butch 471 Second Street Varsity Baseballg Bowling, LOUIS F. ROZNIEWSKI Lou 471 Second Street WILLIAM SAGAN Bill LOIS A RUDIN ALEX P RUDIS 55 Sycamore Street Sclence Club: Forum: Dramaticsp Bowl- mqg Intramural Baseball: J.V, Baseball. SHIRLEY A. SALISBURY Shgrl DIANE R. SALSBURG Dimples THERESA C. SALVAGIO Trena 315 Orange Street 7 Sparlcill Avenue 231 Myrtle Avenue JOHN F SALVINSKI 294 Sheridan Avenue Bowling MARILYN J. SAMMONS Honey 409 Sherman Street Tri-Hi-YQ Volleyballp Baslcetballp GAR- NET AND GRAY. SHIRLEY E. SAMPLE 451 Bradford Street Beta-Phig Bend: Bowling: GARNET GRAY. Tri-I-li-Y. G Shirl THOMAS F. SAMUELSON Sam AND 51 Van Schoiclr Avenue Bowling. LINDA R. SCHACHTER Lin 180 Holmes Dale Alphag Dramatics: German Club: Spanish Club: Forum: Creative Writingg Red Cross, Treas.: Future Homemalcers of Americag Majorettesp Bandg PATROONg INK BLOT, Sr. Ed.: GARNET AND GRAY. YVETTE B. SCHARF bl Krumlrill Road French Club: Forum: Alpha, Critic: Vol- leyball: Spanish Club: PATROON: INK BLOT: GARNET AND GRAY. PHYLLIS C. SEGAL Phyl 61 Sycamore Street Alpha: Art Club: Dramatics: Forum: Spanish Club: Creative Writing: PA- TROON: GARNET AND GRAY. rg M , Q A M' ? ' i . 4- i ROBERT L. SCHERER Bob BEVERLY A. SCHRAMM Bev 32 Lexington Avenue 845 Jay Street J.V. Football: Varsity Football. PATROON. BARRY S. SCOTT Scotty 87 Fleetwood Avenue Student Council: Foreign Language Club: L Forum: French Club: Red Cross: PA- TROON. JASON SEGAL Jay 579 Western Avenue Logiaj Spanish Club: Foreign Language Club: Traclr: Wrestling: GARNET AND GRAY. RICHARD S. SEIDEN 79 Winthrop Avenue Bullets ARLENE SHELLENBERGER 296 First Street Star-Hi: Bowling, Dramatics: Creative Writing: Forum: Traclr: GARNET AND GRAY. N4 4 Q 2 ROBERT SHOR Bob DAVID M. SILVERMAN Dave 395 Ontario Street 346 Quail Street German Club: Spanish Clubg Hebrew Science Club: Chess Club: Bowling: East- Clubg Baseballg Garden Club Essay, Hon, ern New York Science Fair, 2nd Prize, Men. Physics. EDMUND D. SILVERNAIL 72 North Lark Street Hi-Yg J.V. Basketball. HARRIET T. SINOVOY Jackie 510 Hamilton Street Transferred from St. Joseph's Academy. Q, GERALD A. SITRIN Jerry 344 South Main Avenue Doxia, Veepg Spanish Club: Forum: Rinq Comm.: Trackg PATROON: GARNET HARRY R. SlVERS AND GRAY. 542 Clinton Avenue SANDRA H. SILVERMAN Sandie 32 Albion Avenue Alphag German Clubg Spanish Club? Band: Student Council: Orchestrap Red Cross: GARNET AND GRAY. ROBERT A. SLUTSKY Bob 20 Peyster Street Hebrew Club, Pres.5 Foreign Language Club: Key Cluby Dramatics: Intramural Basketball: J.V. Footballg Ring Commg Tennis: Bowling, Student Councilg PA- TROON: GARNET AND GRAY. it ADV N it JACQUILYN D. SMITH Jaclrie JOHN R. SMITH Geissie ROBERT W. SMITH Bob 30 North Allen Street 272 Second Street I Glendale Avenue Future Homernaliers of America: Forum: Football: Intramural Baslcetball. Science Club: Forum: Red Cross: GAR- GARNET AND GRAY. NET AND GRAY. PETER G. SOKARIS Pete 771 B Myrtle Avenue Doxia: Key Club, Veep, Pres., N. Y. State District Chap.: Orchestra: Chess Club: Band: Varsity Tennis, Capt.: Wrestling: J.V. Football: Varsity Football: Bowling: Basketball: Hearst Oratorical Rep. 5 BEVERLY A. SOVITSKY Bev 35 Albion Avenue Alpha: Hebrew Club, Pres.: Forum: GENEVIEVE P. STACK Dramatics: Hebrew l Award: GARNET B59 Third Sf.-get AND GRAY. -tu- and Volleyball: GARNET AND GRAY. MARCIA J. SONTZ Swampy IO Betwood Street Alpha: Dramaticsg Hebrew Club: French Club, Pres.: Foreign Language Club. Veep: Forum: French ll Prize: Hebrew I, Hon. Men,: GARNET AND GRAY. IRENE STAHLER 568 Providence Street Sigma, Critic: Star-Hi: Student Council: Jenny Majorettes, Co-Capt.: D.A.R. Rep.: PA- TROON: GARNET AND GRAY, Editor- in-Chief. ROBERT N. STAMPFLI Bob 441 Clinton Avenue JEANNE M. STEBBINS Jeannie 52 Frost Place Dramaticsp Basketball, Bowlingg Softballg Volleyball. CATHERINE M. STEINBACH 226 Second Street Star-Hip Bowling. MARTIN A. STOLL Marty 55 Forest Avenue MARY L. STANLEY Lou MARILYN I-- STARR 856 Third Street 690 State Street Cathy ELAINE E. STONE 867 Myrtle Avenue Doxlag Spanish Club: PATROONQ GAR- Forum: Future I-Iomemalcers of America: NET AND GRAY. Bowlingg GARNET AND GRAY. ELIZABETH A. STRIEBEL Betty 59 Ten Eyclc Avenue Student Councilg PATROONp INK BLOTg GARNET AND GRAY. EVE F. SWEENEY Butchie 17 Adirondaclr Street Sigma: Beta-Phi, Sec.7 Red Cross: Art Clubp French Clubg Forum: Dramaticsp GARNET AND GRAY. BEVERLY R. SWINGLE Bev CAROL R. SWOTA 116 Eileen Street 196 Osborne Street Sigma, Veepg Star-Hi, Veep, P,-ea, Future Homemalcers of America. Science Clubg Forurni Majorettes. Co- Capt.: PATROON: GARNET AND GRAY. KAZIMIERZ L. SZCZEPKOWSKI Kaz 185 Second Street Science Clubg Traclr. LOUIS R. TEELING Lou 378 Sheridan Avenue Orchestrag Library Assistant. CATHERINE J. TARTAGLlA Cathy 634 Myrtle Avenue Sigma: Star-l-lip Spanish Club: Student Councilg Dramatics: Creative Writingp PATROON: GARNET AND GRAY. ELLEN B. TEPER Tep 170 Homestead Avenue Sigma. Sec., Pres., Criticg Inter-Society Councilg Dramatics, Pres.g Pretendersg Beta4Phi: Band. Trees.: Student Councilg BEULAH L. TERRY Ring Comm.: Spanish Clubg PATROONQ 290 North Pearl Street GARNET AND GRAY. Future Homemalrers of America: Star-Hi EDITH J. THOMAS Edie DORIS A. TOBIN Doe MAX TOCHNER 701 Tl-iird Street 783 Livingston Avenue 345 Second Avenue Tri-Hi-YQ Volleyball. Dramatics: Science Club: German Club: Student Councilp J.V. Baseballp Varsity Baseballg J.V. Bowling: Varsity Bowling. Trees.: Intramural Baseball and Bowlingg PATROON5 GARNET AND GRAY. RONALD D. TORNCELLO Tornc 300 Lark Street I-li-Y, Sgt. of Armsg J.V. Basketball. LILLIAN TRACH Lil 323 Sheridan Avenue Sigma, Red Cross, Sec., GARNET AND GRAY. MARY M. TRICHILO 35 Morris Street Sigma: Star-Hig Student Councilg Com- ROBERT R. TRQMBLEY Bob WILLIAM D. TRICARICO Bill merce Club: PATROONg GARNET AND 116 Mo,-,gs Street 686 M0friS SITFGST GRAY- Bowlingg Varsity Football. EDITH TUCKER ne 626 Parl: Avenue Dramatucs Forum Trl Hu Y Bowlmg Basketball Volleyball Softball GARNET AND GRAY MARY JANE B TUNIS KATHERINE M TYMOCKO Kaslna 175 Syggmore Street 191 COlOl'1I6 Stfeef Choir Band Sec Orchestra Albanettes GARNET AND GRAY JAMES V. VALENTI im 96 Dartmouth Street Doxiag Band: Red Cross: J.V, Baslcetballg J.V. Baseballg Varsity Baseball: Bowling. MILLICENT UNDERDUE Mullse 34- Second Street Dramatlcs Star Hu GARNET AND GRAY I J t ROBERT H. VADNEY o 40 Delaware Avenue DOROTHY R. VALYOU Dot FREDERICK A. VAN ALSTYNE Fred 78 Sherldan Avenue 2l7 Sherman Street Tri-Hi-Y. Bowling. ' ' . --r- -V 1- rf Tm- - M, RUTH A. VAN APELDOORN Red ELIZABETH M. VAN DER VOLGEN Liz DOROTHY G. VAN DER WAL Dot 599 Second Street Barthol Street Feura Bush Transferred from Ravena Coeymans. FRANCES C. VAN ZANDT Fran 524 Clinton Avenue Red Cross. MARGO VEIDE 523-25 Clinton Avenue HERBERT S. VENER Herb JO-ANN M. VROMAN Jo 47 Hollywood Avenue RICHARD W. VOLMER Dick 58 Fo,-est Avenue Hebrew Club: Bowling, 30 Colvin AVGWUB Star-Hip Future Homemalrers of America MARK J. WAGNER ANN R. WASSON PATRICIA A. WEAVER Pat 3 Parkwood Street ll Judson Street 334 Orange Street Doxia: Dramatics: Key Club: Forum: Ger- Red Cross: Commerce Club. Tri-Hi-Y: J.V. Cheerleading: Varsity man Club: Foreign Language Club: ln- Cheerleading, Co-Capt. tramural Basketball: Traclr. MARTIN S. WEINBERG Marty THOMAS J. WHEATLEY Tom 374 Madison Avenue SYLVIA WHITE Tfvnsfeffed ffom COPPSF Cliff- 148 Lark Street IO66 Washington Avenue Science Club: Orchestra, Manager: Band: Jesters: Track. JUDITH R. WERTHEIMER Judy 245 South Manning Boulevard Dramatics: Forum: French Club: Band: Basketball: Volleyball: GARNET AND GRAY. Tillie PATRICIA A. WHITNEY Pat 23 Elk Street , . Lrg ,., ' il .f "fir sm- I f 5, ,wt I ef g, ff! ,M ZH ' 4 'lv 'P ir. JL' -r ,Q - 'Bn' .. ff fe. gl J!-. v. . ls. is . ,J ul ,kia if 'ev 1 -1, . if I ts THOMAS J. WHYDRA Tommy JOHN M. WICKERT Wick ANNA E- WIEHLER Ann 176 Homestead Avenue 88 Ontario Street 419 Pdfffldqe Street Traclrg Wrestling. Choir: Bowlingg GARNET AND GRAY. Forumg Dramaticsp Beta-Phi, Trees.: GAR PATRICIA A. WILBER Pattie 6 Essex Street ROBIN E. WILDER 27 Pleasant View Avenue DON J. WILEN Donny 1071 Madison Avenue Forumg Dramaticsg Pretenclersg Chess Club: Science Club: Hebrew Club: French Club: Foreign Language Club: PA- TROON: GARNET AND GRAY. NET AND GRAY. Rob DIANNE M. WILEY 163 South Allen Street Sigmeg Dramaticsp Choir: Band: NET AND GRAY. GAR- THOMAS O. WILLINGHAM 300 Clinton Avenue J.V, Baslzetballp Varsity Traclr. ANNETTE WILSON Irish MARIE L. WIRZ NANCY E. WISE Nance 46-A West Street 46 Hlllcrest Avenue 42 Van Buren Street Star-Hi. Star-Hi. Beta-Ptwig Basketball, LORETTA A. WOOD Laurie I5 WatervI:et Avenue Befd-PIII: Bowling, Capt.: GARNET AND GRAY. 'T' SHIRLEY R. WRIGHT T24 Lark Street Star-Hig BowIing, FRANCIS J. WISNIEWSKI Frank 254 Third Street Student Councilp Hi-Y, Chap.: Intramural Basketball. JOHN J. WISNIEWSKI Jo 224 Jay Street Orchestra. Shirt HONG S. YEE Jfmmy 46 CI'ntcn Avenue GARNET AND GRAY. AR Q ff' QQ Ccmero Shy WILLIAM J CADE 852 Madson Aweme JOSEPH CARAWAY e 197 Orange Street Varswty Track RICHARD A CRONK N MIA Aven e ar Baseba ap IeIbf3I JOSEPH DANA 378 SIwerIdan Avenue Red Cross Track HOWARD W GREEN 519 Second Street BEVERLY M HEERAN 4 MaQnfnIIa Tor ace TransIerred fr rn St JoI"n Ren sen VINCENT P HOFF 292 EIL Street I' Ba e a Var ty Base a 'rarnara Ba IretbaII BowIIng PATRICIA A LONERGAN a IO Carnbrdqe Read W JOHN B MANNING Cnamp 437 DeIaware Aveme DORIS P MURRAY 8 tnn ESCO C NELSON IO9 TII d Street 'Mrarn aI Basket a RICHARD G PARKER DI: 54I TI1Ird Street ar Drum Maj IIes'ra BERNARD N RATHKE Bern 82 B ooIfIand Avenue KENNETH M SAUNDERS 68 Macy A en CHRISTO SOKARIS CIwr 5 77I A MyrtIe Axen e ceo Va 5 'J ra t nn Ba Irc THEODORE SOKARIS e 77I My te Avende oc ba Vars ty Fc a trcrnurcI BasIretbaIl Varsrty Ba ebaI . EIII . - T d , D-dy Gif Street - Rfk, , ESI: 67 Q . Pwne ' J Ir V 313' II C t.: J.V. Bas' . . , gr b II, . ' Ir 1 . B rd, 'C-'z CFc9r5 Or: . , . 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F t IIg ' :tb II5 In- 5 .l f 61 OFFICE' Wherenn us described 'rhe commg of Wullwhusrle and The baffle wurh rhe sea bury Wherein as descrlbed The foul humbling of Wullwhlslle by lhe forces of darkness e Sago of Wulfwhlstle Leonard Isaacs Sfephen Geller Ca n'l'o fhe Flrs+ Up swung +he long bus +o curb bound nor+h lake Leapf Wulfwhus+le ou+ and +hey an has wake O er frampled grass swarmed up sfone sfeps swep+ To gem +heur gacl Albany Hugh y clepf Paled were 'rhe warriors a+ fhe clangs of a bell A fear rousmg blood ucmg 8 30 lmell Wlfh seven 'fool' sfrndes s+rode fhe heroes hardy Tull suddenly sfopped by a dread cry of Tardy' The call of +he sea bury sharply resounded They whuspered of fleemg +heur fear was unbounded Bu? silenced by Wulfwhlslle 'lhelr +rgh+Iy clamped llps No sound uHered whnlsf accephng her slsps Ca n+o fhe Second Oui' of :ls deplhs +he boiler room psf Three harry and ogerous forms dad emrl' To fhe gym fhey slmked where our warrrors cowered Wr+h pleas fo 'lhwarf fhe doom whlch o er 'rowered Buf Wulfwhssfle scorned wu+h a hp rwlshng sneer Theur lelly boned whunes and heari melhng fear Wlfh bounds goodly bold he leapr foward fhe s+aurs Shruelung cIaHered down landed In arrears Buf 'I'he hard hear+ spake as he s+omped over hum Wulfwhlsfle cease wr1+hong youll nof gel' our of gym How he dream+ of +ha+ coach craclrlmg on raclcs Whrlsi nea'rh fhe lash he crouched and dnd Iumpmg lacks 62 Th ' - ' Canfo fhe Third An uneasy shllness hung lulce a sword O er fhe feachers resfraunung fhaf ravenous hoard A+ fhe alarum s furs'r clang fhe mob forward lunged Swepi 'them asude down +he sfaurs plunged Down on fhose +eachers lulre fhe wolf on 'lhe fold Thus on rushung herd led by Wulfwhus+le bold S+ampeded fhrough halls spreadung hys+erua Tull siuffed by fhe saclc of fha? doomed cafe+erua Then laden wufh boofy af +he alarum s 'Hnal fone Full safed fhey rose and fhe ruuns were alone Now sulence reugns round 'lhaf colossal decay The rubbush s+rewn corrudors s+re+ch far away Canio +he Fourfh Sublume were his spuruls gone was hus gloom As fhrough +he fwun porfs of lhe bool: room He raced 'fo rendezvous wufh hus lady faure Of fhe H20 eyes and 'rhe H102 haur From olhers a magazune her face concealed Buf +o eagle eyed Wul'Fwhus+le all was revealed He sa+ down besude her accordung +o plan And Harper s Buzarre prefendung +0 scan Whereun us clescrubed lhe descen+ on fhe cafeferua and 'rhe saclc 'rhereof Spake Loverboy s here' +hen besiowed a love +ap WI-,ere,n .5 desgrubed 1-he And receuved un re+urn a resoundung face slap fefreaf of Wulfwl-.usfle befgre Whoops' Wrong gurl! he observed wufh hundsughf an md,gnan+ Valkyrue Thus dud a female pu1'Wulfwhus'I'le 'ro flugh+ Can+o fhe Fuffh From Albany Hugh a s+eal+hy shape scurrued Fasl' fordung norfh lake 'rhus hero hurrued To Eddue s Valhalla +ha+ mugh+y mead hall Thrlher would Wulfwhus'I'le have hum a ball Through waves of warruors and clouds of smolre Charged Wulfwhusfle un fo lcudnap a coke Surrounded humself wufh spoul won on odds Thai no one ere 7+h could gel' by Muss Dodds These are +he deeds done un fumes old To weary warruors by munsfrels lold Thus us an epuc of courage undomulable Ours +o have wuH'en a poem so abomunable sv, Whereun us descrubed fhe uoys of Valhalla and 'rhe nausea of fhe aufhors - . ...I - I 4 63 ,, 5' ,an I - MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED I e e Stahle Leona d I aacs I MOST ATHLETIC Q5 EdthTcIce E adDGay ,5- UEI5, I'-.TY ...V 4 'limi E l'lMll In-ll:-it llIl.I'Ilr- IIQYWIQ .IA BEST LOOKING 5 9 Ege BEST DRES q Iha A' an ZMQ Q 1... 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Il W 984 Tluere were fluree af fursf Melvuru and flue fwo of us alone un flue pluy :cs lab fluaf mornurug We luad uusf funuslued unvenfurug flue elecfruc luqluf bulb and luad sfarfed on our qreafesf progecf flue elecfrrc cluaur We were luorrufued fo see Melvun our assus fanf busuly splucurug fogefluer flue blue and flue red wrres comung from flue cluassus poor colorblurud Melvun wluen suddenly fluere was a luqluf many frmes bruglufer fluan flue sun Wluen uf dummed found ourselves un flue Albany I-luglu of I984 Tlue flrsf fluuruq fluaf mef our eyes was a luuge po fer of Mr I-Ieasoru cover rug an enfure wall wuflu flue capfuoru BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU' As we slupped flurouglu flue lab we could luear Mass Adams sayung Now see luere Pomeroy you gef fluose lab reporfs n or youll be luere ano er fwerufy eugluf years aruo we luad fluougluf slue was lcuddunq abouf fluose lab assrgrumerufs We sfepped nfo flue luall and wuflu a sluruel: were carrued down flue corrrdor by a swuffly movurug conveyor belf We were asforuuslued fo fund fluaf flue mann sfaurway was now a down movuruq escalafor Two sfudenfs luad almosf succeeded un clumburug fo flue fop wlueru a panel opened rn flue wall and a me-fal luarud eaclued ouf and sfuffed fluem urufo a pneumafuc fube marked TO OFFICE We wenl down +o fhe hrsf floor and slnce by +ha+ fume we were 'rurnung green from conveyor bell slclcness we lumped unfo room IO6 A group of engrossed sfuderfs was walchung a lense race fo solve a homework problem befween Mass Seelmann and a huge elecfronnc compurer reshng agaunsf one wall Mnss Seelmann as usual won when rhe compufer gave up Afler we had reganned our normal pallor we conhnued our four We crunsed +o +he second floor and nohced as we passed 207 fha? fhe shades were 'rlghfly drawn Wonder ng T Cnnerama had nnvaded 'rhe schoolrooms of fhus age we popped IH Much To our amazemenl we found +he room dimly ln' by double rows of candles sel snlo 'rhe walls Above rhe fhclcernng lnghls anolher huge plclure of Mr Heason smuled down upon us buf This lime lhe unscrupflon read BIG BRUTHR IZ WACHING U Al' lhe head of 'rhe class sfood Mfss Brown abouf her was galhered a small group of vn+en+ slu denls On 'rhe board we saw DAUN WITH THE OLD SPELING' DAUN WITH THE PALMR METHUD' THE BRAUN FONETIK SISTM TRIUMFS OVR AWL' 'Fearful of being caugh+ vlewlng 'rhrs secref rule we hurruedly fled from 'rhe room We fhen decuded lo go 'ro fhe The mann lnbrary for our us ual 7+h pervod naps buf were horrnfued lo see a huge melalluc robol swnffly bearlng down on us Erp erp If 'rhundered Where are your 7'rh persod sllps7 A+ The olher end of 'rhe hall we saw Mnss Lasher huddled over a conlrol board dexferously pulling swnlches and levers durechng lhe robof foward us Behlnd us a pneumahc lube was opening omrnously and we puc+ured ourselves benng shoved Info I+ and landing head lrsf an Mr Llncolns of face Two mechanucal arms were reachmg ouf for us when a second bllndlng flash hurled us baclc +o I956 Mr Job slandung over a spllf paar of wrres wulh an axe IH has hands was our rescuer So you see Mnss Seabury This as why we werenf In class yeslerday You do belseve us don+you7 TCD ORT TJ PED S ? 195 C: UQ9:Q?l5iif'I 'T' 'L Sfmt ,Sc-HT' LM L35 Cher IJIJX, f ,Iii gjwjgpfffw F,e1L . . i II . . . l - E . . 1 I - , 1: D 1 C T . A vi K I A Y C O LS U N fr 1 S f A 0 , -- - ,JV TA ' XDLKC 'A - -v 'YMGADV st, . rfw M to Q9 I .fs -. -A LATE", Q' ' e X-oversa 'Um 11 1 I 8 o F ' 'Tb ' L , 67 1 st Period 4e 1, p,,,od ul1.a-4,11 f A thou h 5 n M xwcc 5 5 9 G V dbus Wy ls n Peruo GB 6 'Srd Pernod Department cheery Sth Penod Dcx,bX troubxe W P X we The Head o doubNe K Y the nq sh X a am Penod ft s fasfer th ,S we A V 'wary se Y 'ith Pena 68 venth today 'st Peng W Teac d N ,mon form St hers n Pgrlod ses tafm Turn ue 3rd Period Defeat of the Englrsh class 4th penod ape m ent N Ox dafcn Sth P nod TH raw to V 0 da aren Q W6 W1 Pe, Igd Red dam esad -,th Period 'LafY 69 1 was V0 What s In cn Name 'A dv M. Hunter on pomf Qi-V A Storey that belongs an every lubrary t -v' ' ,AA Heres Howe to do nt Dnsneyland 5 m N14 '-s. The patrence of Job Shepard and flock 70 4'5???W?!.? 1 O E5 'WD T roni Row left to right Gra e sky Gr Rodgers Et Rodgers Rosen Olllrclwt Rlfenberck Bruno rn cs eenna rne ' Tatacz r vw M rs wn e Scntz Abajwan Third ow econ DW 5 ESX y's e QV fxfhne GQGVT 5 e S Cnerdack Gcldress F ngl s Wwey Ga ep Kalql r EDITORIAL STAFF Garnet and Gray sfaff BUSINESS STAFF rcnt Row left to rnght Snwt r we Pac C Q P arscn Grossman K ler Et I L mentnal C rcn S rlebel Freemar Tr cr' Io Secon Row Greere Ge e ne Kove BI cm E R g ers Irs e e Wwer Gvnsbarg ,., ra U rw Wertlne rner Wen er LaBar Brandow Sweeney Gor on Lwpprnan Eastman Reagan Tlurd Row Frankel Sclwarf ross S lwaclxter G Id C or ajwan S o Solcarls Leywne Dad' Cne deck Saqan Le bcwtz Lyons Srlyerman ww 7 ,? if 5 Hn Front Row lefi to rnght Macr Davs M Lev we U ci t rnoas s 5 r S con ,v wr Pcfroon eer sem C mbeq mm Inter Society Council nt Row left to rlght Te e Fe s Foe Ma ' Second Row C e Berne Kee 'sea df a ker c we e 'wee se cu r cwwtz T r R w R sen Dukes e N o on W e H r cj t Cohen S Roto Pearson Jonnscn 'we 73 Fund raising Front Row, lefi io right: McKeon, Lassi, Shorts. Et, Rodgers, El, Rodgers, Pulling, KarpT, Herschenhorn. Second Row: Frame, Wiiey Paolucci Stahler, RiTenberick, DiGiulio, Swingle, Teper Macri, Freeman, Walker, La Bar, Wiehler, Tartaglia, Etoll, Sweeney Kaigler. Third Row: Russo, Calsolaro, Lari- more, Manelia, Clarkson, Erwin, Marsh, Strosberg, Trach, Greenwood, Phelps Lee, Baron, Wise, Knee, Cassino, Trichilo, Johnson, Macri. Fourth Row: Sigler, McGriel, l-lenig, Poffer, Black, Belmonte, Weinman, Morlock, Stecher, NewTon, Cas- well, Collen, Wilkes, Greene, Leininger, Aston, Applebaum Fuda, Ross. Sigma Sigma swung inTo iTs i955-56 program wiTh The annual Alpha-Sigma Rush. WiTh Ellen Teper wielding The gavel, we soon Tound ourselves in The midsT oT much acTiviTy. There were decoraTions To be made Tor The Jack FrosT Frolic and plans To be Tormed Tor The ivloTher and DaughTer BanqueT. Many oT our regular meeTings were improved by including speakers such as Mr. Odom and Miss Beir, a speech TherapisT. Then ChrisTmas rolled around. This year besides having our parTy wiTh Alpha, we arranged To give useTul giTTs To The children OT The Cerebral Palsy CenTer. Soon aTTer mid-years Sigma held elecrions, and The new presidenT, KiTTy Macri, Took charge. Then early in March our new members presenTed Their play. LaTer in The spring Sigma enTerTained The Teachers aT iTs FaculTy Tea, buT The crowning evenT oT The year proved To be The Senior Luncheon in June, where The Senior Sigma members meT as one group Tor The lasT Time. 74 Fronf Row, lofi io right: Lewis, Jennings. Second Row: Lantz. Bulger, Silverman, Edwards, Brooks, Shapiro, Scharl, Fried- man, Bedell, Talanker, Wolkin, DuMond, Rudolf, Gallup, Sontz. Donnelly. Third Row: Raullerson, Morris, Panthen, John- son, Holmes, Winig, Tabb. Cleveland, Trilfleman, Boyer, Brody, Becker, Grant, Ginsberg. Fourth Row: Meyers, Shawn, Bloom, Vener, Davis, Schwebel, Farfield, Kornmehl, Amsel, Zuckman, Berkowitz. Alpha The Daughlers ol Minerva launched lheir aclivifies for fhe new school year wilh lhe annual Alpha-Sigma Rush, closely followed by a banguel welcom- ing new members. Soon aller lhe banquel, Alpha broke wifh 'rradilion when she presenled a lacully 'rea wilhoul lhe aid ol her sisler sociely. Laler in 'rhe year, however, she ioined wilh her fellow socieries in sponsoring The Jack Frosl Frolic and Boys and Girls' Nighl. The Senior Luncheon in June rounded oil a brighl social calendar. Alpha mus+ give credil lor ils rich lilerary program lo Miss McGuiness and lo a line slalf of officers, headed by Mary Friedman and Doris Bedell. Among 'rheir numerous aclivilies were exlemporaneous speaking and debaling. Several speakers, including model Gloria Cail and Times-Union wriler Barnell Fowler, gave lalks which proved borh inleresling and enferlaining. Alpha's policy ol having slimulaling proiecls wifhin a sociely has pro' vided a well-rounded program and has helped make l955-56 a memorable year. 75 -- 00' 1 .I Alpha goes literary Affairs of qreat imporiance 9" Front Row, lefi to right: Hewitt, Lacivita, Chorbajian, Ben- nett, Kaler, Adams, Scher, Cohen, Cohn, Webb. Second Row: Solomon, Dallas, Paley, Dobris, Roddy, Shivericlc, Se- gal, Sekelliclc, Hershberg, Newton, Cole, Third Row: Katzel, Malatino, Costantuni, Margolius, Konilmofl, Simon, DeBardele- ben, Fowler, Bray, Cripps, Lafholter, Ginsburg. Logic Inspired by lasl years vidory, 'Logia worked 'rhroughoul lhe year To prepare lor 'rhe annuai iousr wilh ils rival lilerary socieiy, Doxia. 'Logia accepred a large group oi sophomores inro lhe organizalion in rhe beginning ol rhe year: and rhis new group soon proved irs melfle by soundly deiearing a 'Doxia learn, also composed ol sophomores. Aided by lheir advisor, Mr. Hunler, and a line slahf ol olzlicers, 'Logia slrived lo add To lheir slring of consecurive vicrorfes over 'Doxia in lhe Boys and Girls! Nighl Debale. 'Logia confinued ro upholo i's social prestige by helping fo sponsor The Jaelc Frosl Frolic. Logia also parlicipaled in inlramural baslcelball and olhe' alhlelfc conlesls, Allhough conslanrly reproached lor ils choices, Logia confinueo 'ts policy ol mainlainng a carloon corner in rhe showcase ol lhe lirsl lloor. As in lorrner years, zeal fempereo by wisdom helped lo form rhe basis of a worrhwhile year For lhe 'lovers of learning ', Philologia. 76 5,34 il. ig, , r 1 , Jr M f, 'fe ZW ' . rfffw. . jx I 1 A, !VL,,,,,,,,-W,,..,.,--.,, A ,...,+.-,..,,,W. ,. .. w en ,af gil: X: Front Row, lefi to right: Blalce, A. Pearson, Stoll, Isaacs, Feingloss, Sitrin, E. Lllshln, Ellenbogen, J. Llfshin, Gold Second Row: Johnson, L. Pearson, Geller, Blumenthal, Valentn Solcarls, Wagner, Dodt, Sagan, Sirwartz, Third Raw: Braun Kaplan, Susser, Axelrod, LSlbCWlfZ, Bohnen, Pasfer, Howard Strosberg. Doxica Philodoxia once a aln aoherecl lo lla name, lovers ol deoale . Q Throu houl lhe ear lnlra-soclel debales were held. Each debale was Y Y anolher step ln the preparalion lor lhe annual oebale oelween Phlloooxla and lls counlerparl Plnlloloqla. Phllodoxla aloeo 35 lelow soclelfes ln makfng The Jack Frog? Fro.lC one ol rhe owslanolnq sooal evenls ol lhe school year. By oar'T:ToalCng In lhe planfng oi fhe oaroe and rnanlalrlng a'r e': sooremacl, over Els rlval, loqla, Doxla shower! a. ls no' work ln a flerar, soolef, 'Doxla enaereo frlo a new realm when lher, oresenreo 'he Smder' Coundl ano fre l-lg? Sonoo a luke box. The Lie oox wf enlerlafn sloderwls o.r'rg ra? "mes if oaskelbal games an: a' 'norrlro canoes. As In Former years a new group of neophmee enrerefj fnro lhe orqanlzallon, reaog, fo Carr, on rhe lraoiflons ol Dafa. Tl-,S ov al slandaros, 'Doxfa exrgeferceo a hfghly suocesslo year. -1 1, Burns burns Student Council E5 ,n . CN FN Front Row left io right Tartaglia Felngloss Teper DiGiulio Wallrer, Cranf, Belmonte, Pafaclr, Slfapiroplzuda, Clements, Cross Kadesl1 Blalce Macri Slutslcy El Rodgers Et Rodgers Lassi.. Third liow: Colin, Lacivita, Rabinowitz, Gold, Dukes. Bedel Second Row Rowe Jennings Black Kornmelil Solaris, Sekelliclc, Bennett. Bueclis, Toclwner. Tlie Sfudenf Council is flme crew flwaf guides our "ship of sfafe", and fliis year flue porf fliey aimed for was a unifed scliool. Sfudenf-feaclier relafions are an irnporfanf parf of suclw a program, so wifli Ronnie Blake af flue helm, our crew presenfecl Sfudenf Day. To pro- rnofe supporf for our feams flie Council provided busses for ouf-of-fown games. lf organized com- miffees fo invesfigafe flue possibilify of liaving a merif sysfem and an lionor sociefy af Albany l-liglw and confinued fo supporf flwe Pafroon, our scliool newspaper. February found us swirling in a clierry pinlc and apple blossom wliife afrnosplmere fo flue sfrains of, you guessed if-"BLUE MOON". l-lafs off fo our Sfudenf Council for flwe rnosf enioyable social evenf of flwe year. Tlie HBLUE MOON" of l956 will be enfered in flue log of successful Sfudenf Council venfures. Forum Froni Row, left to right: Et. Rodgers, Lippman, Smith, Car- bone, Herschenhorn. Berkowitz, Ginsburg, Abajian, Becker, So- vitslcy, Gallup. Second Row: Scharf, Etoll, Altus, Sontz, Swingle, Macri, Kaler, Strosberg, Hart, Gold, Cross, Freeman, Sweeney, Contompasis, Stecher, Wertheimer, Geller, Frankel. Third Row: Pearson, Cotton, Geller, Grossman, Kove, Triffleman, Winig, The Forum, The sounding board oT TuTure public opinion, held many challenging meeTings This year. Coverage oT currenT subiecTs included a discussion on The lJniTed NaTions CharTer and a personal visiT To The STaTe LegislaTure. The highlights oT The l955-56 program were The Two meeTings devoTed To John Marshall. The TirsT program covered his liTe, and The second meeTing consisTed oT a movie depicTing several oT his im- porTanT cases. The Tree exchange oT ideas and The varieTy OT viewpoinTs presenTed proved sTimulaTing To all. The able direcTion oT PresidenT Franlc l-'larT and The undersTanding guidance OT Miss Lulu Charles re- sulTed in an ouTsTanding year. Holmes, Gardener, El. Rodgers, Johnson, Talanlrer, OTTricht Rosen, Stone, Marsh, Brody, Knee, Rudolf, Hausman, Fein gloss, Cohn, Fowler. Fourth Row: Brislra, Tochner, Wilen Ellenbogen, Boris, Schwartz, Margalius, Bennett, Blumenthal Lifshin, lsaacs, Kadesh, Ainspan, Goldress, Bohnen, Howard Lifshin, Chorbajian, Smith, Pupons, Seiden, Sagan. Alf Need we say more? :Barr f 5 'Hi L, mf ebqzl. A ' 1-"' Front Row, lefi fo right: Frame, Terry, Lewis, Kove, Hcwder DeVos, Sw5nqWe, Cnrrstre. Underdue, Clrmenkc, Stanler, Arnofd TartaqlRa, Carbcne. Second Row: Tracy Larnpman, Nash Sears, MiHer, Hoognkerk, McCNoy, Baron, Lewcniclr, Wrffert, Star-H i Front Row, left io right Lecnett' Hammond Carneyafe, Torn- ce3'c, Bergan. E, Enqe Lardt, N. Enge nerd? Bryant, S. Roth T' .:,,,, fxrse, Vrcrnan Aedlrarn Ba qer, Artnrser, Third Row: Kosinskr Manony, Backus, Harrrnqton, Brance, Erwin, Best, Reitn, Mino que, Legler, Sn ppey, Gecrqe Carnwcnaef Banznard. Torrey Caputo, Caranan, Wagner. Hi-Y Blake. Second Row: Tyrncgkc. Jones, Davidscn, Myers, Silver- nal, Hoff Jeqress, Jcnrscn, Gqry. Pa'ey. Third Row: Scnrd Wer, Cicncn A. Rotn. Dobr's, Levine, Fisnrnan, Jones, Gary. ff H5 19 X T Front Row, left io right: Myers mer Lyons We er m colcs epef a km U Thlfd OW Abajran, Jennrnqs, Recler, Eestma Reagar' Sweeney ec er omberqer Zol od Ccarlelc en ond Row: Macgrl, Wemmam, Sampfe Brand N Wood Cleve Fudd Cogkf, Nelggn Beta-Phi Front Row, left to right: Salsb., Triclmlo, El. Rodgers, McCormack, Marsh, Carrcll, Hawkmg, M5 fr, Crg Smrtlw, Belmorwte Rclcert, Wrse Y 8 rm 5 1 Q F 50- H eff wgixzi ' ' '5 4, ,, o right Ovstc, Wsaacs. 0,6 Foreign Language Club neHa, Sontz. X Se iv Pk N wg K, Spanish 'T f E3 fix Sc? N yy German Hebrew J' 2.10 if 'P Choir Welded TogeTher by Their inspiring direcTor, Mr. Franlc Bailey, The Albany l-ligh School Choir presenTed an excellenT concerT This spring. The program TeaTured several noTeworThy pieces. OuTsTand- ing among These were l-landel's "Hallelujah Chorus" and "l-low Lovely ls Thy Dwelling Place" by Brahms. Several spiriTuals, which were perTormed wiTh much zesT and enioymenT, were also included. The AlbaneTTes and Albanians gave Their usual Top-norch per- Tormances. The highlighTs oT The evening proved To be solos by several members oT The choir, especially "The lTalian STreeT Song" TeaTuring Shirley lvlanella. Our choir was honored by having Bernard Robbins, Tenor, se- lecTed To sing in The All-STaTe Chorus in Albany This December. During The course oT The year The group was asked To perTorm Tor various organizaTions and schools ThroughouT The area: each oT These programs added To The TradiTionally good record oT The organizaTion. The lasT evenT oT The season was Their appearance aT The sTaTe compeTiTion where They received an "A" raTing. Drcimotics This year dramalics conlinued lo live up lo ils repulalion as one ol lhe mosl enjoyable exlra-curricular aclivilies ollered al Albany High School, Much ol lhe Associalion's success may be allribuled lo lhe ellorls ol ils ollicers, Ellen Teper, Marlin Blumenlhal, Jacli Ka- desh, and Failh Eloll. Gnce again lhe sound ol hammering, sawing, and allempled acling resounded lhroughoul lhe audilorium, as lhe Dramalics Club whirled ilg way lhrouqh comedies, such as "Arsenic and Old Lacew, "The Marriage Proposal", and "A Scrap ol Paper". Gradually lhese plays look lheir righllul place among 'Girl Crazy", "Good News and olher plays which have been produced in lormer years al lhe High School. As a climax lo ils worlc, lhe Dramalics Club underloolc lhe mal- ing ol a movie. Complelely produced and direcled by sludenls, lhis movie proved a lilling end lor lhe Associalion's year. 85 Pretenders I I Future Homemcnkers of America 86 Front Row, left to right: VV en Hagmar, Teper, Greene. Btumenthak Second Row: Peafscr, Sagan, Lerbowvtz, Ka- desn, Johnson. Front Row, left to right: S::ne Cfcss Srn.tr', Keve, Schechter, Carbone. Second Row: Mascr' Brown, Brad ey, Morse, Brace, Snerr. Q! AD-it '21 fir . X-U' 1 Fronf Row, left io right: Darwasccs, Rowe, Trombfey, Urvser Second Row: SHeber, Turrwbj, Galka, Pferce. Front Row, left to right: Brooks, Graft, Astsrw, Vawzarwdt Rrfenber-ck, HGVSCRGWWCV' Scrwacrter LaBar, Second Row Rertiv W,se, Boyer, Cieveand. Tracrv, Winig, Erwin Macr Third Row: Maasert, M:Karg, Isaacs Segal, Dobrls, Va'e'1t' Kaafman, Berman. 1 .hh 'E' C j Crchestrci Throughouf lhe year, +he slrums of +he bass 'liddles and lhe music of fhe orcheslra found ils way from fhe audiforium 'ro rhe various classrooms dur- ing fif+h period. Under +he direclion of i'rs enlhusiaslic conduc- +or, Miss Gerlrude l-lowarlh, fhe orches+ra has achieved bofh arlislic and educalional aims. Affer appearing several limes on our slage as well as a+ Philip Livingsfon Jr. High School. Jrhe orcheslra reached a new pinnacle of success when if per- formed lor The New York Sfafe Music Teachers' Convenlion in December. These concerls, allhough imporlanl, were only a preview of lhe climax which was fasl approaching. On March lirsl 'rhe Albany High School Orcheslra gave irs annual Spring Concert Solos and s+uden+ conduclors headlined +his year's program as +he orcheslra played such 'Familiar airs as: "The Poel and Peasanl Over+ure", "S'rou+hear+ed Men", "Pagean+ry", and "The Song from Moulin Rouge". Feafured were Berl Kohn conducling "Plinlc, Planlc, Plunlc", and Marion Noren's violin solo in "The Song from Moulin Rouge". Bond From lhe firsl rap of lvlr. Cunningham's balon in early fall, lo lhe linal encore ol lhe Spring Con- cerf, lhe i956 Band upheld lhe high slandards of ils predecessors. As usual The band lenl supporl lo lhe loolball 'ream by playing lively music and marching al hall lime. This year besides enlerlaining lhe sludenl body during audilorium, and giving a concerl al Philip Livingslon Jr. l-ligh School, lhe band per- formed lor lhe New Yorlc Slale Music Teachers' Convenlion. l-lowever, lhe mosl nolable ol +he band's achievemenlg was 'rhe annual concerl given in early spring. Among lhe musical composilions presenled were Georges Enesco's 'Roumanian Rhapsody", John J. lviorriseyis "Carnival Day in New Orleansf and a medley ol Cole Porlers lunes. "Wings ol Viclory' and 'Scenes from lhe l-ligh Sierras' were also included in ihe program. X Science Chess Club if ,Q .ff J. r if ' 2 P, . 01:0 Gro i Front Row, left to right: Brody, Swingle, Grossman, Freeman, Wilen, Lazar, l-lersclwenlworn, Stecher, Shawn, Gardener. Sec- ond Row: Pearson, Kicinslci, Axelrod, Micari, Ainspan, Winig, Silverman, Fitzgerald, lsaacs, Bennett, Panos, Ginsburg.Tl'1ird Row: Cohn, Brislca, Toclmer, Rosen, Blake, Sagan. Fowler, Patosliniclr, Geller, Lifshin, Nudelman. Front Row, left to right: Lazar, Silverman, Briska, Isaacs, Lifsl1in,Wilen, Pupons, Katzel. Second Row: Rosen, Margolius, Candido, Bolwnen, Solraris, Milcelsons, Fowler, Boris, Cohn, 3 I C5 Ai VIS v in Fronf Row, left to right: Ainspan, Amsel, Howard, fxrse Zuckerman, Offricht, Weaver, Streibel, Sclwachter, Candido Zuclzman, Colwen. Second Row: Best. Aston, Shapiro, Manella Edwards, Johnson, Winig, Wise, Knee, Srnitli, McCormack Freeman, Third Row: Brislra, Weissbard, Bennett, Fowler Axelrod. Lacivita, Slieier, Silverman. Front Row, left to righi: Kohn, Frida, Paley, Gundlacn, Clier- daclc, Roth, Parlcer, Second Row: Graves, Blake, Kaler, Hart- man, Berman. Third Row: Adams, Leary, Weinberg. Week sm: ,, C56 Key Club Soar' f- 31,55 Front Row left to right Lazar Silverman Kaufman Buechs Shever Solrarls Lacuvuta Roth Dobert Slutslry Mr Roblnson adv Second Row Rubn Prodanovltch Sokarus Swlngle Burluns Perdarns Dobrls OConnor Jaclrofslry Knclnslv Third Row Costantnnv Dorons Hone Dallas Leafer Scher Kessler Dukes Rosen Hll Panos Enderton When You Work wr+h 'lhe Key Club You Worlc wl+h fhe Fmesf Malerlal on Earfh The Young Men of Amerlca To slarl fhe year off The Key Club underloolc an anlnvandalusrn drive and sponsored an essay conlesl wulh lhe lheme Vandalnsm a Challenge 'ro Youlh The cllrnax of 'rhe prolecl' was a youfh rally al whuch a prornlnenl Albaman spoke on The Challenge lo Youlh and awards for lhe con+es+ were presenfed Albany Hrghs service club has given a 'fre mendous amounl' ol energy fo lhe clevelopmenf of nfs school afhlehc program sponsored several school dances and carnpangned lor Sale Drnvnng Per haps 'rheur mosl nolable accomplushmenf was fhe nnslallahon of a sign af 'rhe Annex announcsng If as lhe Albany Hugh School Annex ralher 'rhan P S I2 The lnrernahonal Key Club moffo s We Bun d Through Servace and 'rhns year under 'rhe leadershnp ol Presndenl Pefer Solcarns lhe AH S Key Club has undoubledly lsved up 'fo :ls moHo fff Va rsify FCOT f J' .L '-i'3f4?'ix.aa Froni Row, left io right: Hallenbeck, Davidson, Canfield. Gracelr, Henderer, Grenier, Cichon, Menz, Bergan, Hammond, Holi. Mulroy. Second Row: Jones lMqr.l, Gary, Warner, Germann, Sower, Fu N 1 9.1, Mr. Hem, Mr. Beckett, Mf, Howard. Mr. Shil ing Schindler, Reedy. Murray, Geer, Myers, Carnevale, Rosvolos, Chalalcis, Scherer, Bianchino lMgr.l Third Row: Mr. Howard. Engle, Belschwender, Jellress, Roddy, Phinney, Berlin, Mason, a, Mr. Beckett. Allhough Jrhe Rangers wound up wifh a 3-4 record lor a losing season, nolhing could dull lheir greal comperifive spirir and lighling hearl, In ihe opener A. H. S. received a lhumping from Schuyler, I3-O. ll was a muddy field and lhe brealcs fell lo lhe olher Team. Aller slarling poorly by losing ro Schuyler, and lhen fo bolh C.B.A. and Monl' Pleasanl, 2013, lhe Garner squad finally lasi- ed viclory when lhey conquered Amslerdam High, I3-6. Then in Oclober +hey hir +he slrids again wiih a I9-O loss lo a surprisingly powerful Troy High. Using The lwo plaloon syslem, Albany High 'rrounced ils annual rival, Albany Academy, 33-6. Coach Beclcelfs syslem worlced well and gained us live iouchdowns. Ed Gary was ihe hero ol ihe day wifh a 53--yard drive and a I4-yard end run 'ro score. Early in the lhird guarrer Pere Hallenbeclc caughr a 30-yard pass in The end zone, anoiher TD. lor llre Garnel. Laler in rhe game Tony Dafdson raced 36 yards +o lhe goal posls, bringing rhe final score up lo 33-6. BALL .layvee -,,Jfr- Front Row, left to right: Newman, Tymoclro, Kot, Hill, Katzel, Cohen, London, Kessler. Second Row: Chriss, Bianchino. Cornell, Lyman, Triolo, Wong. Hershberg, Third Row: Mr. Heim. Gnat, Parson, Anastas, Weinstoclr, Battle. Snyder, Harris, Mr. Schilling. One week laler The Rangers performed The unbelievable, They defeafed The supposedly une beafable Noll Terrace by lhe score of I3-6. Bo+h scores were The resulls of breaks, The Tirsl when Pele l-lallenbeclc 'raclded Noll Terrace's safely- so hard fha? he fumbled 'rhe ball, and 'rhe second by a blocked pun+. Try as The Terrace eleven would, 'rhey were no rnalch for lhe Ranger defense. So our lwo wins a+ The conclusion of The sea- son showed lhal Albany l-ligh had finally develop- ed a smoolhly operaling, aggressive Jream, a leam wilh a Tighling lradilion Tha? lhe '57 squad is sure To uphold. J. 3 "" S5fWl"4i:i"lS4 L, menu., rom iw, 4 x V :lo W T. 1- x . . . , . r . , - i .,,,A, .1 , , i 1,111 , .Nxfg A .f I ..-L. 1' - Hs V"' X M A " "iss if . t . r gs' . , Q, My Ami uf ix S. Y -av-9, X. ,U If rsheim " .fxi 'F - S Q, 4 mes - X if-F 4 ,, . . Q. 55:59 ,V - ' K, I 1 A-ag! 0' 'i' .-i ' . ,N ' fish, I r L T , X ' 'p s , 1231- "' y 1 as Q, T i ' ' V .-'13,-1 Q ISE , ' "i L9 T' 'fs' ,J -. 'L 52f3"7'3.i'ff3'5 gi . , -'- 4- -'f --- e-V - --a+ ,f--, .. 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Alfhough noriceably lacking in experlence heighl and e- serve slrenglh lhe Rangers slarled lhe season wnlh successnve wrns over Monl Pleasanl 51 43 Troy 62 36 and VI 49 46 Alrer surlerlng a ser back al lhe hands ol las? years Class A Champion Noll Terrace 59 46 we sellled back nnlo a sx game wlnnung slreak Led by Caplaun and hrgh scorer Ed DuGuay rebounders George l-loll and Norm Engelhardf plus The huslle of Rack Cronk and Brooker Wrllnngharn 'rhe Rangers delealed Schuyler Vorsrfy Front Row left io rlght DuGuay Mr Sutn Second Row Wllngharn Me z Jeflfress Lev ne Hallen beck Engelhardt Holt Sokars Bryant Taylor Henderer Conk :NL BM Pete Hallenbeclc C BA 43 37 Amsrerdam 4645 Schuyler 45 34 Monl Pleasanl 56 46 and Troy Hugh 63 29 The nexl game found us un Schenecladys Unuon Gym lacung The Blue Devulg of Noll Terrace ln a 'rhrul lung confesl durung whuch +he score was hed lhree 'fumes rhe A l-l S conlungenr wenl down fo deleaf for lhe second 'fume of The season 63 47 Thus year s Varsury was rounded off by Sokarus Bryanf Jehfress Carryung on lhe fraduhon of Tune baslceHoall lhe Albany Hugh School fuve of I956 wull be remem bered as one of Jrhe besf reams lo wear 'rhe Garnef and Gray .loyvee Broclcer Wullungham Froni Row leff to rlghi Seward Mr Ho ard Second Row Le etz Cross Jackson Bernard Paste Fshmaru Cohen Kelly Klne Ellenbogen R Jones Gates Herscheruhorn L Jones Norm Engelharcli Hallenbeclc Levine, Henderer, Menz, and Taylor. Tennis Albany High had an experienced learn +his year wilh lhe relurn ol veferans Gold, Feingloss. Slulslcy, and Solcaris. Wilh lhese improved players, rhe Garnel will he an oulslanding conlender for lhe cily championship ol lhe clay courl. ont Row, left io right Bcrs, Slctslcy, Solmaris, Gold. Fein- glggg. Hard hil by gradcalion lasl year, lhe Garner will have only six reliirning lellermenz Caplain Engelhardlland Willingham running lhe 440, Ci- chan in 'rhe shol-pul and mile, Holl running lhe 880, sprinler Davidson, and pole vauller Menz. Prepared by lhe coaching ol Mr, Beclcelr, Albany High will meel lhe challenge ol 'rhe coming sea- son wilh enlhusiaslic spiril. Track Fronk Row, left to righi: Engelhardt, Carroway, Szczeplccwski, Schwartz, Cotton, Cole. Henclerer, Smith, Murphy. Third Row: Grossman. Davidson, Johnson, Longo, Blalce, Willingham, Mr. Beckett, Kahler, Fuina, Johnson, Gary, Jehfress, Mason, Boris, Seward, Graves. Katzel lMqr.l. Second Row: Mye'S Holt, Hayes, Arrnento, Bergan, Paley, Nelson, Kaplan, Tos- Warner Jones, Rosvolos, Ready, Newton, Kessler, Dobrs, sino,Scl'1erlMgr.l. Golf A booming voice will cry 'Forel" and once again the Garnet and Gray's Golf Team will take to the linlcs. Although this year's team will have only one returning letterman, Eddie Segal, it will ardently defend its City Championship. The i956 Varsity Team will have a core of six returning letrermenr l-lallenbeclc, DuGuay, Rosniew- slci, Schindler, Ellenbogen, and Captain Cronlc. Coach Heim will draw men from the large reserve of players on last year's Jayvee. Albany High may rest assured that if will be well represented on the diamond this spring. Front Row, left to right: Ellenbogen, Fishman, Hallenbeclc, Rozniewslu, DuGuay, Cronk, Bergan, Santulli, Williams, Phin- ney. Second Row: Vadney, Goodman, Fitzgerald, Schindler, Dobert, Hott, Conroy, Roth, Cohen, Tochner. Third Row: Miller, Cure, Engle, Bianchino, Rendano, Divinich, Newman, Johnson. Fourth Row: Mr. Heim, Fitzgerald, Cherdaclr, Ber- lin, Casey, Kicinslci, Roth, Rabinowitz, Mr, Howard. Front Row, left to right: Rudis, Segal, Dewey, Kaufman, Cameron. Baseball 'P Ai','9','f' ,Y S' l X I Y QQLA P A I A P Q ,u ,C I l Bowlmg was a very promunenl' sporl af Albany Hugh l'hls year wnlh more 'rhan slxly boys parhcu pahng In lhe lnrramural and march compehhons held once a weel: al enlher rhe Playduum or Shade s Arnre Proslcm Max Tochner Fred Van Alsfyne Ed l-lorr and Barry Wlshengrad led lhe scormg for The Garner nn malches agaunsr olher schools of lhe area lnrermnngled wrfh Jrhe hrgh pnlched vouces of lhe cheerleaders and +he hoarse shoufs of rhe baskelball players were lhe moans and groans of lhe lnrramural wresllers The absence of lhe lnler school marches This year dnd nor hinder fhe ellforrs of 'rhe AH S grapplers who concenlrafed on a sernes of nnlramural conresls Fronk Row left to rnght Lufshln Cohen D Sulverman Pape Solomon Pearson Tochner Sokarns Samuelson Casd Kessler Roth Second Row Valenti Sherwood Wemstocl: Turnbull Muller Levine Horwltz Stoll Mulroy Mclfalg Downs Wong Thlrd Row Frank Koi Woltuslk Rosen Weussbard Sontz Slutslny Wlshengrad Katzel N Sllverman Meyette Lnppman Bowling Wresflmg Front Row left to rlghi Pupons Fuallroh' Kessler Katzel Wennstock Warner Second Row Levrtz Mgr Johnson Mgr Shor France Bergan Cuchon Davidson Jones Mgr Beckett M I b ' X. f 7 7 y c c A sl il , 4, ,X 5? . . 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Ro : L ' , , .5 , .Q , ?', M ' , , . 22 3 Cx 'lr' 1 4 FA i 'VW O Row Ma oo s Ma 5' c s s a Ma? a f Ma nsorv Mase Cu Wen S cond Row McNa a a Mes if M , M aa M ci e M no e M He pu kt Moa If Row Moms Moshe M Mme ODea O e Fourfh ow Osfelimf Osvano a as afa e se P b s FIHIN Row I e Po? er Powell Praffe P adcrv U nn a se a 'a Slxfh Row Recker Ree e y R mharf Rendano R F e R n R a h Sevenfh Row Roberfs Rochesfer o y Rooseve+ Rosen J Ros sem e os .xxlmik Class of 957 , V A' l . O. M 1.1 ix V ,X ,N A TA 's ,N 8. 'Du K 'W 7 R U "' , - . f V Af f V' ' , K, Q . ' Xt '- ' A :S If - .11 ,'g ' f 1 - .fy Vt, ' we , K A L- 4 V . i J Q4 1 - Q' I - Q.' 1' - I: ' If 'V' 1. L 1- ' I S L 1 - f- T' A f V, 1 3' K C7 f ,, ly I ' , 'Z x X 4 I ff X If fi-1: I ' Q W I r I fs- ,J Q ' 1- QQ 0,14 MM - . 1' .. 1-J :W Q L, I L ik A f - E7 y W- I ' If '., bi!! T. V V y 'V ,f Y I SX I ? ff fi I f- N x - . .ff .A ,- ' x -Q K Lv - y ', , 4 QR V ao. -v. 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Rubun Rubro Rudolf Russo Sclsburq Second Row Sample Sanfasm Shenlrel Scher Scherer Scherr Schindler Thnrd Row Schwarfz oe Schwarfz Johanna Sch ebe Seaborn Segal Selcellrclr Seward Fourih Row Shapiro Shaw Sheber Sheler Sherman Shrppey Shor+s A Flf+h Row Shorfs C Sxgler Smger Slomovlfz Sm: h I Smrfh K Slx+h Row Smr+h L Smrfh M Smr+h N Smr+h R Snyder Solrarrs Sonfz Sevenih Row Spedaro Sprnosa Shack Sfaqe Stamper Sfecher Sfevens Elghfh Row Sfolls Sfrosberq Swarf Tabla Vlolef Tab Vnrguma Tclanlrer Tamuroff wr-7 1- 'J' ,WI Class of 1957 I 5 and li ?' its IN Z 1 l gif fn , T V 4 ,f ' Q 'Y x li! S ff! 'l l 1 M 1 , ,Q F -, ll xl - W Q ig rl 4 in rl lf J I . I I l rl' V f E A V 1 AX!!! ' iw X!! , 14 . I l ll 12 l f - ,- k ,, ll ll ,' 'ur 1.1 ,W . - Z L' -M-f ' 4, in nf. v A-w . " T, I V4 ' . ' n he ' L4 ' , li . r smnh, 6. l 4- 'Q rf -11.-. 'zf I - L I , VA F N 1 rg n. 8 ' , . V X I " 1 1 . x A ' 4 - j j 'cl H e 'r , . ' A' . . f , f. T -:-, Q " + -S l Vg, ',,r . 4 I . N , rf Y , ly 'nits I V , ,. ,N V fn' 6, , k ,qigiik-,:'.-1TAf.. , 'y,v . 8 5 5. F! Agri - ., if' 'fr' gxaxz x V1 , J 51. ,. Q ' . r 1 ' fr M n ' ' F-A A 1 QQ l l J 1 l r n W ree er 8 ? Class of T957 fwft 1 P1 P- Y IIA Top Row Taylor Thomas Thompson Thurman Tnfman Toriey Second Row Tracy Trcver Tr Oio Tr Wervan Trumbu T Tucker TurnbuH Third Row Tymoclro Tymosku Undevdue Vaccar eho Vadney Va4you Vandercook Fourfh Row Van Der Lvnden Van Ornam Van Slylce Ve enum Waqar Wagner WaTlrer Fuffh Row Wahace Wanqer Warner Wafso Webb Wennman Slxih Row Werzenhofer Whvfbeck Whufney W lbur W Tcox W Hces W r son Sevenih Row 'arns q m ' n ha a o son W n q Elghfh Row W nner s Wnshenqrad W +herspoon Yo e o Zuchman e f. I Taf. 1 .ni T, Tl. ' 'nh W4-,TT I - V' , ' , X T- 1 I 4 A 2 I ' L., -1 Y-g T W4 .T 4 ' 7, ,, K V A fn VX 41 , " , , g I L T I, - A QT ' 7 rff' I al W or a L-1. . ' T 1- W f i. l . V x ma ' S. - - 4 5 E A -- J' if , ' 1 ' Q ' ' " . Z X V QT .4- r- ' ' rw . 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Q' N .A Z, W , X' 5 ' Z Il r A .Q -I Top Row Adelson Aedylan Alexander Second Row Allen Alfhuser Amsel Anasilas Anderson D Anderson G Apple Tlwlrd Row Aposlol Applebaum Arceneaux Archibald Arnold C Arnold E Arse Fourfh Row Ashley Aslon Avery an Baclcer Backus Ban Flfflw Row Barbagallo Barnes Barone Barflefl Bayaclc ear Becker Slxih Row Belmonfe Belsclwwender Bergeron Bergevun es+ Beverly James Beverly Jolwn Seven+l'1 Row Blance M Blance R Blanclwrno Blclcweal IH Brrrnan Blanchard Enghflw Row Boomer Boyer B and B aun ray B rgqs B gqs fe- CLASS oF 35 -N A. Y Nlnfli ROW Brslrrnan Brody runns Bryan? Buchanan lclrley Burlrlwa g I -V v 1. 4: ja . : A B lil fl ' ' 3-s qs C. - ' ' .,-7 "' , . Y V A A , LQ! N A V'll ' ' r . ,B ' , ,A , ' n Q - - ' : " B A I . .E be L 1 Q , B 1 5 1- , 1 I 1 ': A Q A ' Q ' A,V': I ' 5 f Q 'L , B ' ,4 A' A 1 A ll ' . 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Z .f' u 4 'I In e 4:1 - .1 ' 2 is ' 7 ' " ' ' ,VV ' Q- A. t' L P' U . C r ' I N V We .I I Q.. C. fr 2 C tic Jf 1- If 1 . :S 1 ' -J ' 1 C L, X A ' L . - ' 'f o 1 ' .C e if 2 o h' D Q 1 x , fa if ' f ' ' 3 V Y my If J ,B . , F f . f e 3 1 A 6' 1 - 'v N . " y xl' if , I W y fo ' 4 .g - K 5 1, F tr Af. ,. , . , W X. 1. Y, 5 m A ' 4 xx V 4 hi , . ' I? Q Q' . l ,- wi, ef ' f r , . y X e, , . 'lv 'fl' Qu 1 I C' Q '4 'Qi A4 V 9 Y f 1 F X 'P X ' R 1 A , 1 tl' ii it fy W , I J 7' n AN ' ' 6' A - C r e f. C e Q' A I C ey T. Q - C . T W - P " ' Que? WA -, X I 5 ' ' ' uri ,f V C A, 'Lf D ' n if .1 A ii rv! A I C5-nagggg ,, x b :Davey Davies ,-, 1' l 1 1 2 H. I -T: . 'ri I L. Vavgs If A 'S A, ' ' l V, 1. ' XT' K I 5 Qt, ' I 'bf 5' 'Qayfer A ' A . A. ' : r , I, I 19 .Dwggs Difxlcv , bvis. Top Row Dork rr Downes Downs Dz n'ra s Second Row Efner Enderron Enqe hard? EVWIH Fahey Fa feld a Thrrd Row ern Franco F Whppone Frscarellr Frscher Frshman Frernrnq Fourfh Row Forchfner For Ford John For Joseph ra ey Frank Fuda Flfih Row Fuller Gaqlrerdr Galina Gaifuzzo Gardener Gardner Srxih Row Gaul bra ramone Gares George Grrham Grnsburg A Grnsburq Sevenih Row Gfasierfer Gnar Go d Goodr ch Grave! Greene G eenwood Erghfh Row Groai' Grosberq U Hal cran Har mqfcn Har Class of 958 ,pf V9 -in fa Q 2' D Lf To 35 rr- Nrnrh Row Har son Harfer Harrrnan Head C Head Herm rn 5 2 h X 5 ' Wa. 1 AJ", "M x I I T ,: .Li ' G gf 1- T H ' Q 5 , Ll 3 Eg- 5 ' ' 4 N Q Y , rr f Q A 2 ' gf F' F I in t 1 f F ' I 'Q . Y ,f 5 . rr rf 'F rr' w " . . , 1 J Q' ' T H ' 4 5 1 r ' or , :K , f I A I qgx' I : -.5 .P F err. nL'- L' fs f 'g' ,1 'C , F- f ' rf M ,, , ' In ' 4 ' ' ' CJ, 'I I If A Kgffaf ! ' F r v Q X F I A . '- 'X X "- ,, I r,'5, L- 14 63 N :T n ,X ,ix ' ' ' ri 'f F' 1 ' F7 " f Jr xl 1 if ' 1 1 " , o, ' , if . M E Q ' ', 15 r , 'ff' S - ' F Ar LY N Q, I, by J 'EL l V, 'N' 'N Y 32 ary, A ' F A A Z A f N r' in :V ,gg W as A 'Q nr my E- : Xfs Q , 'gy' ' A xg A v: If ,' X, f 1, ' r ' I rg -fr f 1 Q ' F 1 , G fry -N Y' Hai ' W "" f F' -I 4' - A .ai 1 -- -v ,F F Q r e . 4 ge xr ,ri F- 1 , f r VY". rhz' ., 1 ' I ri , , , , .5 , J.: ' , He: . Class o I +26 958 v f"'v 5 ,-5 f"' ? ,A Nw Nlnfh Row L3 fy 1 L Nvve DC anrnme 55 f I'op Row Hersnberq Herschenhorn Heyer Hngqnns Second Row H H XGF Hof Halle H mes E Thlfd Row VU Hone Hrod Hooqhlrerk Hon Hfvvwlfl Hoia mn Fourflw Row Howlan Huzugmn Jacofslcy Janson Jaspf r J nnson D Johnson E Fnffh Row Jordan KanneS Kapfan Ka ky Ka?z Kaufman Slxfh Row Kev KQHQI KendcH Kennedy Kenner Ks pp er Kesner Seven+h Row K 5 MJ K ndberq 0 er U no Elghih Row Kobanf K benz K n fn Kcvnrneh Kfwnnskl C K suse 1 "f 'X ' ' ' F A A i l A, 25 xx 'I ' z il, C. ' -' f- , ' HN, P. M , v , -, . I ., 1, Hi , R. 1 fvglh' if g I :I Pg Q ix- M 1 I rv f , 1 . , .I . 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I ' V 1 f K , A I ' CFA 'O' Lazio? , La Mkv a L , Lak , Lk ' , , L he G, Top Row Lasher L Lass: Lassonde Second Row La Vana Ldv grre Leafer Le Clarre ee Lerbowrfz Lesh Third Row Le anrck Leverz Levin Lewus L ppman Lunden Lubel Four+h ow Lupe Lyman Lynch D Lynch L MacFar1and Machna MacKay Frf+h Row Macrr Mahoney Mahahne Malsam Mannrnq Manwulier Slxfh Row Marcoux Margo' us Marram Marfrn Mauser+ Mazurek McCarron Sevenfh Row McDonough MCG-ee McGrrel McKeon Mende Meyers Meyefre Erghfh Row Mlchakk M he'sons M er E M Y M W s nogue M nshe' Class of 7 958 If QW 2 4 Wiz F .. 53. 7 I Nrnfh Row Moria? Mooe More ay Morse Muclrenhaupf Mu phy D Murphy F . f H- 5 lf sf 1 L ff' 1 5 ' . 5 v, 'Q in VF. ' 51 G-s. ,TT 'X A", . I L L 1:14 I 4- K gf ' L f li? 'i I L L 5 ir' Ll , , VL H G' 3, fi ' ' , ,V .Q ' R : L K ' l ' S, ff L" 'f' Q ' 'T L' ?' ff , f 2 1 . ' fix, MacPhee: if Q if ' ,f V, 2 iv: . Y L-3 L' ' . Z 1 ng . t T v LA 1 E r M , 'ff ,kg gg 'f 5 . . , Y 3 K '21 A ,ff ff M -D .. J ,i - : ' , ,vi A - - " j if X 5 L K X f h K n O h X ic I 1 U 0 kiwi R au , . if f, . ' 'X' ., f M ire J - ', ' , 2 , '- T, Mi f t i Q' if ' L 1 X: V .4 , I L ' xr ' Q, ' A 4- M41 Class of 958 RS. ax 'X .LL 1? Q- Nlnfh ow 0 R Romes Rubman Ruso Rugge T7 Ryder FA Top Row Myers s we Second Row Newsom Nernef 'W Third Row Numa, f Paleffa PaWme A Pa me M Parsons Ra ash ic Payne Fourfh Row Pearson A ars Perdar S e uso Pes+a Phe ps P nn y Flffh Row Paclrup Pxerce Pierce S P aff Romrb Roslrar Suxth Row Rowe R PuHunq Raffa au Reed Rglfh e Sevenfh Row Reyna ds R dcavds Rxclwfer R cupe fi Q der R cas Eugh+h Row o V' O .Qi f 4, i ' C' ' tv , Myer, N. I' ff 1 F' sh s i g 5 x4 K v "M in ,V Newcc b "' lr ' 5 2 f-3 '- ky O -111 Newfcw xg, T' ' Sl- X ' y I mme in , ,r R V ,fl Hive 9 2 . J I Nudelman Q' Q nf ,, 7' xx I ,,, 1 ry , f. sz, E, My 41 lf' 1 - P ' v R 1 R R ' + 4 4 W 4 1' . 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Top Row Sad on Second Row SaTvaguo Schwalb Schwariz Sears Thnrd Row Shawn Sheber P Sheber S Sheffer Fourfh Row She wood S I e cl: Sl evmen S Tversfem Sxmon Sums Sanger Flffh Row Sfmqerand Smufh Smlilw Sml+l'1 Smufh Smyfh Snyder Slxfh Row Sokarus Solomon Spauldmq Sfnllman Sfraney Siulmaler SuTTuvan Seven+h Row Susser Suhn S ann S mg e Swmf Symanslcy Szczepkowslu Engl-dh Row Tabachneck Taruiuo Tafeo Thomas H Thomas J Thomas M ThreaH Class of 958 lAxh M 'Af A 'RVN 1 f Q . V 2' S K . V .... -. 5 T . . A ..,. 4 1 A- - ' gmef- , -- - A ' It .-NJ N l N an ' Q X S , J 7 , V , T U 5:-Q.. K 2 gl QE, ! ' "M I"??Q , , Z v T . 1 v gf ,f. a IE' 1" ' x'T'T l X ' v Q , r T V ., x., 3 A - - -, - '- , V if ' + ' sf N- -- ' ' ' N - X if .f A x X , ' .L f I 4 A ,, 6. , 1 .4 L' ff ' , f s- f , yr , 9' I' ,Q Y 3 f , , - If H is V U A T R , . ,X . , V V 3 3 3 . l - gf. ,, nf' ' TN T"'N-?. ' 'Q T . ' . 1 ' fa f' f' -f, Q x f- ' -fx -,tr Z. '01-we , 1 i .1 .' XT ,- ,V -- A-W T W K i T , 1- ' 6.1 Qi f . 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'K T v T t .-7 Zleifvwrv. ,D. 4 . f . Y 95, M rw , I f 4 ax .1 J Q A i:P""W"'.? s - S V 64" , 'tw-'is 'H' ,ag ff- I ', , wk Q W . -k Q 'I " 4 ' I ' f ' 9 L -N? Q xii. .,2' P' ' ,M W "', -XII' bf? 'f' ix L WJ -QA fl ' X Q ,V Q We Bu ld Th ough Service" WMF j?WKg mww w Wy 1 ff, W 5533 01pXJ"Evq6,w'CVX9 P S WEN -E52 eQ?..E.PggwZ-.Xl3Res. M KEY CLUB f5f: -R va Q Aug 5 f .v- - ytwg git, ' ii Q 2 WMQWQ lv-'ULSQQ Gbb-ut i gggziff Qifzxzgf 'QA 'EQ iff Wei fe When You Work With KEY CLUB You Work With the Finest Material On Earth Th Y M A " e oung en of merica" 22 Gerald Paley Compliments of 'Ellyn lghilulngian 'flliierzxrg nrieig First Term Officers Alan Adams .... James Kaler .... Arnold Bennett . .. Saul Cohen ..... Brian Webb .... Martin Scher . .. Arthur Cohn . . . John Hewitt Jason Segal James Cole Joel Dobris Aulden Fowler J ay Katzel LOVERS OF LEARNING ... .. President ... . . . Vice-President . . . . Critic....... .. Recording Secretary . Corresponding Secretary ... . . .. Treasurer ..... . . . Marshall . . . Second Term Officers Alan Adams . .. . Martin Scher . ..... Arnold Bennett Saul Cohen Herbert Chorbajian Arthur Cohn . . .. joseph Lacivita MEMBERS Kenneth Margolius Edward Segal John Newton William Sekellick Peter Dallas Joseph Nlalatino Frank Costantini Sidney Konikofl' Xlartin Lewis Norman La Cholter Marshal Simon James DeBardeleben David Shiverick Howard Bray Barry Solomon Wlilliam Roddy Alan Ginsberg Roderick Cripps ,M L: w 1 DlAL2443l BUCHHEIM'S "The House of Better Dry " Cleaning Since 1883" 432 CENTRAL AVENUE Congratulations and Best Wishes from the Boulevard Cofeferia l98 Cenlral Avenue Albany, N. Y. Albany, New Yorlr GEORGE D. .IEONEY - SONS CRESTWOOD BEN RQTH IANCES HARDWARE 8: APPL TYPEWRITERS I2 PICOTTE DRIVE SALES d SERVICE Morris Cheren, Prop. an Allen Cheren, Sefviff Manager 66 CENTRAL AVE. Phone 4-4222 Phone 2-1854 Albany, N. Y. Sperializing in Compliments Fine Watch Repairs and Engraving vt BERNARD JEWELERS A FRIEND Diamonds - Watrbes - Silverware 44 CENTRAL AVE. Albany, N. Y. Phone 4-9900 Phone 2-9838 BROWN'S SERVICE STATION Gasoline - Oils - Acressories HOUSE of MONTAGUE FINE FURNITURE AND Trailer Rentals - Local and One Way ACCESSORIES 740 Cenlral Ave. Albany, New York 747 BV0adW"Y AIINUY- N- Y- Complimem PHONE 2-6271 I gf Compliments of DELAWARE MARKET A. and V. Piseni, P'ops. 466 Delaware Ave. Albany, N. Y. Compliments of the BAKERS OF BOND BREAD GLENDALE BARBER ond BEAUTY SHOP 285 New Scollencl Ave. Albany, N. Y. Compliments of AMERICAN GLASS CO. 543 Cenlral Ave. 124- Compliments GEORGE A. STAHLER 0 I HAMILTON NEWS CO. Funeral Service ,- ALBANY Chapel Albany N- Y- I2 celvie Avenue 89-01 I6 L. M. Pembroolc A, E. Britt OATHOUT'S Fooo STORE P Qf,1,,Q5' ffgmf, '.fd",fP B PHONE 3.9127 Telephone 8-3858 285-C New Scotland Avo. Albany. N. Y. Compliments of C0"'1"f"'f"'f RosEN's DEPARTMENT of STORE A FRIEND 21 Ceniral Ave. Albany, N, Y nwhali' N" ' W' Shown omee 3-1751 Kathleen H. Clerk SNAPPY NEN'S SHOP. INC. HATTERS - HABERDASHERS 221 CENTRAL AVENUE 117 SO. PEARL HALL ENGRAVERS HAND ENGRAVING 11 No. Pearl Skreei Albany, N. Y. MARCUS FABRICS "EVERYTHING IN YARD GOODS" 331 CENTRAL AVENUE Albany, New York We Telegraph Flowers To All Paris Of The World THE ARKAY FLORIST Dial 3-4255 National Savings Bani Building 7-9 So. Pearl SI. Albany, N. Y. ACADEMIC GOWNS and CAPS for High Schools - Colleges Robes for Choirs - Glee Clubs JOHN B. HAUF. Inc. "The House of Quality" CQTREU- 3' LEONARD FINE FURNITURE AND RUGS INC. l75 Cenlral Ave. Albany, N. Y Esl. I832 ALBANY i, N. Y. .. .. - .. . ...I 125 THETA ALPHA LITERARY SOGIETY President . .......... . Vice-President ........ Corresponding Secretary Treasurer .... ........ Recording Secretary . . . C rmc ..... ....... Marshall . . . . . Charlotte Altus Norma Amsel Betty Aviza Judith Becker Marcia Berkowitz Lois Bickweat Judith Bloom Joan Briskman Jean Brody Barbara Bulger Sandra Cleveland Paula Cohen Helene Davis Nancy Donnelly Eleanor Dorlcin Linda Farheld Sally Gallup OFFICERS MEMBERS Lois Ginsburg Sharon Goodman Doris Grant Eleanor Holmes Arlene Hausman Joan Jennings Mary Johnson Martha Kornmehl Barbara Lantz Virginia Lewis Sheila Lippman Elaine Meyers Edrie Morris Nancy Pantheon Junice Raullerson Janet Rosen Susan Schwebel Mary Friedman .. .Doris Bedell Sharon Edwards .Gladys Brooks . . . . .Janice DuMond ..Yvette Scharf . .Judy Rudolph Phyllis Segal Jane Shapiro Rita Shawn Stephanie Sheber Sandra Silverman Marsha Singer Marilyn Slomovitz Marcia Sontz Beverly Sovitsky Linda Sutin Virginia Tabb Joyce Talenker Gail Triffleman Paula Winig Linda Wolkin J udy Vener Marcia Zuckman Congratulations to the Class of '56 from O F F l C E R S Firs! Term Officers Second Term Officers lillen Teper ..... ..... I 'resident ...... ......... K itty Maeri Beverly Swingle . .. . . . VI'l'l"l,ff'Sidl'Ilf .... .. . Marilyn Freeman lrene Stahler ..... ........ C ritic ........ ...... E llen Teper Jean Rifenheriek ........ Recording Secretary Ann Wiehler Carol Walker . .. Corresponding Secretary . . . . . . Carol Walker Yiekie DiCiulio . ......... Treasurer ....... .... J anet LaBar M E M B E R S Marilyn Alston Judy Applebaum Lynne Aston Julie Baron Bene Betts Brenda Black Yvonne Calsolaro Brenda Caswell Dorothy Clarkson Barbara Collen Niekie DiCiuli0 Faith Etoll Doris Frame Xliekev Freeman Joyce Fuda Judy Greenwood Nan Henig Janice Herschenhorn Lorraine Hummel Sandra Johnson Sandra Kaigler Marilyn Karpf Felia Karris Roberta Knee Janet LaBar Lila Larrimore lris Lashin Anna Leininger Kitty Nlaeri Shirley Nlanella Jean Harsh Barbara lllr-Cloy Pat Hr-Cullen Joyee Nlr-Criel Regina Nlorlork Judy Xewton Angie Paoluvei Barbara Potter Barlmara Pulling Jean Rifenheriek Lois Rifenberick Elaine Rodgers Ethel Rodgers Marguerita Ross Phyllis Russo Ann Shorts Helen Sigler lrene Stahler Vera Ste:-her Linda Strosherg Five Sweeney Beverly Swingle Cathy Tartaglia Ellen Teper Lillian Traeh Nlary Triehilo Nanvy Yvagzner Carol Wlalker Dianne Wleinman Ann Wiehler Dianne Wiley Marilyn Wlilkes Lilla Wise 7 2 -1 SPECTOR'S Compliments The Stare of Quality Clothing gf for MEN and BOYS Y HlGH S- 8- P. KELLY SERigg4l-l5OglEFZAllAllhllE3 ZBTEFQHONS 233 Central Ave. Albany, N. Y. Phone 62-9382 Classic Cooling A R M A N D 0 - S SMITH-CQRONA INC. RESTAURANT 238 WASHINGTON AVENUE Italian Food a Specially Albany 224 Washington Ave. Albany, N. Y. C 'R 6' O . . see us for a good iob nowl Want a good job alter graduation? We have a variety of interesting positions to choose from. One is hound to suit you to a Starting salaries are good - with increases at frequent intervals. There's plenty of opportunity for you to advance to even better. more responsible positions. too. You work with girls just like yourself-lriendly girls with similar backgrounds and interests. And you'll lind working conditions very pleasant. Thcre's no need to wait until after graduation to apply. If you're a senior, we want to talk to you mma' Come in and see us Llli Ill YOII 'IIIJPIIOII COIPIIY WPLOVMINT OIYICI Ill SYAII STIIIT, IOOM 201-A, ALIANV, NIW YORK Expert Auto Repairs - Lubrication Accessories Anrs GULF senvice "THE LITTLE STORE" Open Evenings Phone 3-9545 I 64 Second SL Albany' N. Y 78 Southern Blvd. 2 Minutes to Exit 23 NONAL 2 N A COMPLIMENTS CLEANERS G LAUNDRY of Pick Up and Delivery Service 8 NEW SCOTLAND AVE. BABY FURNITURE CO. Phone asm Albany. N- Y- l - - - - , . eg Formal Wear For Every Ocrasion - TO HIRE - WITBECK FLOWERS DE LUXE TAILORS coma EAGLE .na HAMILTON sr. 230 WAS""NGT0N AVE- Albany, New York 34741 Phone 5-2485 Evening 3-0417 Wholesale Prices Bank Finance Rates C pl, t f om :men s o BILL'S MOTOR SALES CLEAN - RECONDITIONED - GUARANTEED USED CARS AND TRUCKS Information DIAL 8-0310 GENERAL INSUR NCE Sales Lot 725 Central Ave. Albany, N. Y. 90 State Shox Congratulations to the Class of President ...... Vice-Presidenl .... Treasurer ...... Secretary ...... Peggy Aedjian Carol Althiser Judy Applebaum May Arnold Marilyn Arse Sue Backus Ann Barelski Julie Baron Mary Batza Gwen Best Marie Biance Brenda Blanchard Pat Buinap Barbara Bulger Virginia Callahan Florence Caputo Marie Carbone STAR-HI OFFICERS M E M B E R S Marion Carlee Fay Carmichael Elizabeth Climenko Toni DeNova Cathy DeVos Judith Dunn Effie Erwin Sandra George Carol Harrington Lois Higgins Sandra Hooghkerk Joanne Kosinski Dawn Legler Anna Leininger Jean Lewis Mary Nlachia Marion Mahoney '56 from Beverly Swingle . . .Gloria Christie .Brenda Caswell Eleanor Howder Barbara MCCl0y Joy Miller Cail Minogue Sandra Nash Marian Noren Beverly Ruth June Sears Mary Shippey Irene Stahler Cathy Tartaglia Beulah Terry Theresa Torley Judy Tracy Millicent Lnclerdue Teri Vroman Nanvy Wagner Inga Wilfert BAMER s. Mcnoweu mc. Comp,,mm f 32 Central Ave. 1090 Madison Ave. 0 44347 20401 ROTHBARITS INC. NSW'-'FFF PHARMACY ALBANY SPECIALTY co.. mc EUGENE J. MCAULIFFE. Ph. G. I D b f "Wholesa e istri utors o PHYSICIANS' SUPPLIES , 413-25 Madison Ave., corner Larli St. Kosher' Frozen and Cannedllfoodl Y Phone Albany 4-1478 Albany 6, N. Y. 13 South F""Y 51' A 'ny' ' ' ies- .i excellent design skilled craftsmanship superb quality RINGS PINS MEDALS CUPS CHARMS PLAQUES TROPHIES YOUR CLASS JEWELER DIEGES 8: CLUSTI Bos'roN I7 John S+ree'r, New York 8, N. Y. PROVIDENCE MANUFACTURING JEWELERS in l 1 .. 1 Phofographs By THE FRIIMKIN STUDIO 29 CENTRAL AVENUE ALBANY, NEW YORK ir OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS GARNET AND GRAY l935- I 956 i' PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY SCHOOL ANNUALS ' WANDER 81 WANDER Compliments of C A R R P A C K I N G CORPORATION ALBANY, NEW YORK QUALITY SHOES FOR THE FAMILY CORBAT'S BOOT SHOP 217 CENTRAL AVENUE B. J. KOBLENZ IEWELERS 99 South Pearl Streel, corner Hamilton Telephone 4-8444 Albany 7, N. Y. Headquarters for TYPEWRITER RENTALS We believe we have flue besl' Ren+al Typewrilers - because fhey are lafe models and have been fesfed by facfory- frained experfs. SPECIAL STUDENT RATES. UNDERWOOII GOIIPORATIDN 335 Cenfral Avenue Phone 3-2297 Compliments of PLADIUM BOWLING CENTER Park Avenue and Onfario Sfreei 28 Bowling Alleys and Soda Founfain Quail Laundry,CIeaners 81 Dyers. Inc. 208 QUAIL STREET 40 CENTRAL AVENUE Albany, N. Y. "7 Stores and in Albany" 7 Hour Laundry and Cleaners ALBANY ourcl-I ovEN C""'P'f"'f"'f of BAKERY LAS CAR AUTO RENTING co. TASTY PASTRY Uffmff 789 Madison Avo. Albany, N. Y. AVIS RENT'A'CAR SYSTEM 166 Lancasfer Sf. Albany, N. Y. Compliments AXELROD'S SERVICE STATION of LUBRICATION - BRAKES - IGNITION CAR WASI-SNSG Si H d A . n wan . A u :lrbanlx Naew York Herb Axelrod Tel. 3-9034 ....4:lr Telephone B-I575 John J. Malasky, Pres. JOHN MALASKY. INC. DeSoto - Plymouth SALES AND SERVICE Grading - Heavy Excavation - Sewers Waker Lines JOHN DI GIULIO "First with Car Buyers who 62 EJOPTRACLOR pu, Value Firstu CGW!!! VODUQ zo GREEN STREET HUDSON, N. Y. Albany. N- Y- Phone 4-4813 C0"'f"f"'f"'f HAMANN PHARMACY af DAVID GRAFF F. C. HAMANN, JR., PH. G. 277 CLINTON AVE., corner LARK ST. Phones: 5-8727 - 3-96l5 .. .. Albany. N. Y Best of Luck to the Compliments of CLASS OF 56 me Rlcl-I Plan MADISQN SWEET or me CAPITAL DISTRICT. INCORPORATED SHOP 35 Maplewood Avenue The Place Where All The Albany 5. N. Y- Gan Meets Telephones: 3 Albany 89-3279 - Chafham 2-4-40l ALBANY CAMERA SHOP FILMS, CAMERAS, and PHOTO FINISHING 204 WASHINGTON AVENUE Near LARK STREET ALBANY, NEW YORK McCARROLL'S SUPER MARKET 272 SECOND AVE. CORNED BEEF OUR SPECIALTY EASTERN TELEVISION SALES and SERVICE 86 CENTRAL AVENUE Phone 5-9749 Albany, N. Y. EMPIRE PAINT COMPANY of Albany. Inc. Paint - Wallpaper - PainIer's Supplies WHOLESALE - RETAIL 142-I44 CENTRAL AVENUE Phone: 4-5400 Albany 6, N. Y. HOAG 81 TAYLOR The Latest in High Styling 68 NORTH PEARL STREET Albany. N. Y. ,K ..- , .4 - . A45 juniors Sophomores I l resident ..... Vice-President . . Secretary ..... Treasurer . . . Chaplain Advisor . Seniors Evie Cronin Sue Curione Nellie Engel Sondra Hawkins Linda Main Pat Marohn Jean Marsh Ethel Rodgers Diane Salsburg Edie Thomas Edie Tucker Dot Valyou Pat Weaver Helen Mafilios Sissy Carroll Mary Trim-hilo Congratulations to the Class of 1956 from TRI HI-Y OFFICERS Nickie DiGiulio .Barbara Bevan . . . . .Sandra McCormack . . . . . . .Elaine Rodgers . . . . . . .Sue Mathews Mrs. Arnold Wise MEMBERS Sandra Agens Gloria Bink Barbara Burhans Leah Crounse Emily Greene Carol Johnson Eileen Kinne Lilian Luciano Linda Rickert Dot Seaborn Joyce Vanderlinden Lilla Wise Pat Kelly Ginny Roberts Burnetta Smith Sandy Belmonte Alicia Cassiano Ethel Knapp Carol Lassie Judy Lee Betty Melieon Jac-kie McPhee Paige Phelps Alice Stage Judy Veranini Linda Charbonneau Rita Fiscarelli ,,.L,, BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1956 from O F F l C E R S President . .... .............. .... N a ncy Abajian Vice-President . .. ..... Joan Jennings Secretary ..... .... ,I osephine Recker Treasurer ..... ..... A nne Wiehler Chaplain ...... ..... D arlene Lyons Sergeant-at-Arms .............. .... G ail Eastman M E M B E R S Seniors Sophomores juniors Doris Bedell Gayle Brandow Gladys Brooks Kitty Macri Marlene Myers Sandra Kaigler Sandra Cleveland Nancy Reagan Maureen Murphy Eve Sweeney Shirley Sample Loretta Yvood Ellen Teper Dolores Bordeaux Helene Fisher Janice Macri Nancy Panthen Joyce Fuda Helen Sigler Barbara Potter Dianne Weinman Shirley Manella Carol Zoll Regina Morlock lane Shapiro Sandra Johnson Carol Walker Kathryn Hornberger Barbara Van Amburgh Andrea Cook Brenda Black Kathryn Flood Marcia Zuckman Barbara Collen Judy Rudolph Barbara Nelson Regina Vaccariello 5 3 i I A "COZY PLACE" TO SPEND AN EVENING CALSOLARO RESTAURANT 81 TAYERN AIR CONDITIONED We Speclallzein HOME-MADE RAVIOLI and PIZZA DOMINICK CALSOLARO, Propriefor Telephone 3-9006 244 WASHINGTON AVE Compliments of ROXY CLEANERS 81 DYERS ALBANY, N. Y. Below Northern Blvd SCI'IADE'S BOWLING Compliments af ACADEMY J. MILLER 170 ONTARIO STREET GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES ALBANY N Y Phone 3-2022 77 No. Lake Ave Lggltaf O"' '3'6""'si'8'iE R 'S B K Come In and Browse Around PRODUCTS CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS ALBANY GLENS FALLS Phone 4-0731 55Ifg Spring Street Albany 10, N. Y BOB 81 ART'S FISH FRY SEA FOOD OUR SPECIALTY 1066 CENTRAL AVENUE Albany, N. Y. S ILLS 6, GUIDANCE - balanced train- ing - activities. Placement in key positions in business, professional and govemment offices. llllll IISIIESSNLLEIE 126 - 134 Washington Ave., Albany 6, N. Y. Suu legion! - Ynunn Lion! Compliments of ALBANY MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE Phone 4-6I9I I66 Lancaster Street Prompt Courteous Service NEW YORK LOAN 40 GREEN STREET DISCOUNTS ON TYPEWRITERS Mobil Produrtx - Towing Servite Tires, Batteries, Car Washing BILL SIMPSON MOBIL SERVICE STATION Washington Ave. and Colvin Ave. Opening 7 A.M. to I1 P.M. 2-9737 136 Diamonds - Watches - Silverware BE WISE - ECONOIWIZE JAMES PASTER at J e W e , e r ennlcorr a. JoHNsoN 46 South Pearl Street S ljlvo E S 4 Phone 3-1376 Albany, N. Y. FOR THE UNTIRE "AM'LY CUVVIPUVVWVFN of Compliments of C- 8' R- TELEVISION ALBANY COFFEE SHOP 3' APPLIANCE 46 soun-4 HAWK sr. 435 CENTRAL AVENUE Good Food - Reasonably Priced P F E I F F E R ' S i AUTO PARTS -DUAL EXHAUST SYSTEMS PHONE: 4-7044 228 CENTRAL AVE. Albany 6, N. Y. Hudson Ave. and South Pearl St. Many high school graduates today End that banking offers interesting, well-paid jobs with pleasant working conditions and opportunity for advancement. If you would like more information, please telephone Miss Mary V. Hennessy, Personnel Director, at Albany 4-4111. THE NATIONAL COMMERCIAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY OF ALBANY 60 STATE STREET ALBANY, N. Y. PRICE PAINT Q WALLPAPER Complimcnls of CO.. INC. .IAY'S FOOD SHOP DUTCH Boy PAINTS 79 LARK STREET 216 Central Avenue Phone 4-1612 AIPMY' N- Y- Prescription Specialists Phone 3-3348 LANGE'S APOTHECARY SHOP 640 Central Avenue fNear Allen St.l N phone 2,8010 W" afn M, Large PHC. Prep. Dove SI. at Lancaster Albany IO, N. Y. 1:47 . ir ALBANY COUNTY DEMDGRATIG GDMMITTEE ...... ---..1 lfmsr RUST Comvmw OF ALQBNY IST MAIN OFFICE: Sfafe and Broadway WASHINGTON AVE. BRANCH: 252 Washingion Ave. SOUTH END BRANCH: I35 Sou+h Pearl Sf. WEST END BRANCH: 58I Cenfral Ave. COLONIE BRANCH: Il60 Cen+raI Ave. Member Federal Deposit Insuranre Corporation 139 President Compliments 0 f the HI-Y MEMBERS HI-Y l955-I956 V ice-President . . . Secretary Treasurer Chaplain Sergeant-at-Arms . . . Ronald Blake Donald Bryant Bernard Carnevale Leonard Cichon John Dainals Tony Davidson Joel Dobris Gary Engle Louis Fishman Edward Gary Anthony Cermann William Cuiry Bruce Hammond Kenneth Hammond George Holt Robert Jackson Cuyler Jeffers OFFICERS MEMBERS . .Edwin Engelhardl .William Henderer Norman Engelhardt . . .William Bergan Francis Wisneiwski ..Bonald Torncello Lawrence Jones Stephen Levine Thomas Lyons Walter Menz ,lerry Paley Thomas Prunier Phillip Ring Arthur Roth Sanford Roth Norman Schindler Thomas Seward Edmond Silvernail Cary Smith John Smith Robert Smith John Tymocko Congratulations to the Class o 56 f0m IIIIAMATIUS ASSOCIATION I resldent Vzee I resident qecretary Treasurer Faculty 4dUlS0l' Bayla Creene Arlene Hausman Don Wllen Arthur Pearson Eugene I enbowltz OFFICERS PRETENDERS Ellen Teper Marlln Blumenthal jack Kade h David French ,Iohn Johnson Wllllam Sa,.an I'lIen Teper Xlarlm Blumenthal jack Ixacle h . f , I ' I ' .............................................. I L- ' ' .................................... ' . ................................. .............. P 'airh I-lwll ALBANY SURGICAL CO. SURGICAL SUPPLIES 214-218 Lark Sireet Phone 4-5716 Open Sunday and Evenings till 11:30 I.UISA'S SELF SERVICE MART. Phone 3-9784 393 Second Ave. Complimenls of I l w E l l MAXINE - JIMMY - JOEL - ARTIE Telephone 4-3651 PETER I'I. BUENAU O P T I C I A N 71 CENTRAL AVENUE Albany 6, N. Y. lvl I I. K ALBANY 4-0l7I Compliments of M + s ' Ph 2-5213 RELIABLE BRANDS. e e' GEORGE H. STONE INC. Dealer in 85 Beave' Shed Ksnosene AND Fuel. on Albany, New Yorlr 867 Myrlle Ave. Albany, N. Y. MAGNUS FRITZE and SON leweler - Watch Repairing Diamond Setling and Repairing 31'fg MAIDEN LANE BROWN'S PIANO MART Tri-City: Largext Piano-Organ Store 1047 CENTRAL AVENUE Phone 4-8766 Albany 7, N. Y. v. F. McCARROLL Bm WMM To SERVICE STATION W2YPM from 934 CENTRAL AVENUE Phone 8-0911 Albany 5, N. Y 1 nu 1 l H2 NEI'II BEVERAGES INC. Par-T-Pak Beverages : Royal Crown Cola KAYE'S DELICATESSEN SANDWICH SHOPS 72 No. Pearl Sireei - Phone 62-0798 53 Beaver SI. - Phone 6-9662 ALBANY, N. Y. C I'I I C I'I A T C O. 54 North Pearl Street From a DOTING MOTHER ALBANY, N. Y. CHAPMANIS High Grade Dry Cleaners AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE 'md I-"u"d'J' ROSS CHAPMAN, Prop. 24-Hour Towing and Road Service GENERAL REPAIRING and MOTOR TUNE-UP Madison Ave. and Lark S+. COMMODORE INC. You can get 1-Day Dry Cleaning and Shirt Laundry Service FREE of CHARGE Phone 3-8786 Albany, N. Y. or Any Commodore Srore ESTABLISHED 1917 . . . SEND FOR Thousands of girls are needed in business and government NOW. The salaries are CATALOG high and the opportunities for advance- t unlimited. The quiclcest way to v one of tlnese good positions s to take a business course at - - - MILDRED ELLEY SECRETARIAL SCHOOL rglgw YORK ARD OF FOR GIRLS REGENTS 227-229 Quail Street, Albany 3, N. Y. SCHATZ Stationery Store Greeting Card: - Leather Goods Printing G. V. CROSS GAS STATION Home of Friendly Service Corner of 34 MMDEN LANE CENTRAL .na WATERVLIET AveNuss Albany, N. Y. C . FIRSTY'S GROCERY omplzments of MEATS - BEER - ICE CREAM COLD CUTS - FROZEN FOODS A FRIEND Open Evenings 143 Phnne 3-1082 BRO0K'S DDUGHNIITS I76 NORTHERN BOULEVARD ALBANY, N. Y. P I Congratulations from FIRST PRIZE V1 I Nu, , uv' H 1 " 1 GE PU RE MEAT PRODUCTS W2?f,,::s':n1.ss V Y a,.1a, ALBANY HARDWARE AND IIIDN DD. 39-43 STATE STREET . COMPLETE SPORTS EQUIPMENT . Ouliilfers for All Sporls - Specializing in Fine Equipmenf For Schools and Colleges - ancl Priced Consislenrly School Uniforms a+ Special Prices Phone 4-3 I 54 Phone 4-OI 55 ALBANY TILE SUPPLY CO. Distributors of Wall and Floor Tile China 8: Chromium Bafhroom 4-5677 4-3165 Best Wishes TRI-CITY AUTOMOTIVE DISTRIBUTORS "Progress Through Merchandising" 201 Jay Street Albany, N JOHN J. DeVOGEL WATCHES AND DIAMONDS Accessories Fine Watch Repairing Medicine Cabinefs II No, rem sf. sth Floor, Room sos 775 Broadway Albany, N. Y. Telephone 3-7555 Albany, N. Y MODERN FOOD MARKET. INC. Phone 2-2927 Sleasman Bros. "Real Home Made Salads" Fancy Groceries - Frozen Foods Fhm Fresh Vegetables bl I-6l5 New Sco'IIancI Ave. Albany, N. Y. Open Evenings till 9 P. M. Sunday 9 A. M. - 6 P. M. Compliments of Normun's Kill Farm Dairy Co.. Inc. GUERNSEY MILK AND VELVET ICE CREAM v . 1 -no . . A. I an i Congratulations to the CLASS OF '56 from CAMP NASSAU NASSAU. NEW YORK BEN M. BECKER, Director Compliments of I THE DAVIS DISTRIBUTING CORP. l056 BROADWAY Albany, N. Y. Exclusive Distributors of Seeburg Commercial Phonographs Compliments of ABC AWNING CO. ROADWAY ALBANY, N. Y. Compliment: of IDEAL FOOD STORE 143 WESTERN AVENUE Albany, New York Eslablislwed l889 ADAM ROSS Cui' S'I'one Co. Inc. Cut Stone Contractors Phone 3-2622 999-IOII Broadway Albany, N. Y. 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