Allderdice High School - Allderdice Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Class of 1947
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OR us, the graduates of 1947, the world, with all
its complex problems, waits. It is for us to
face and find the solutions to these problems. Here,
our acquisition of knowledge will be of inestimable
In the future, this yearbook will cause a pleasant
recollection of carefree, high school days. It will re-
vive in memory our classmates and teachers. May
THE AI,I.DERDICE serve as a memory of the past, when
the graduates of today attain their hopes for tomorrow.
Cayfor Gfffderdice gfiqlz Selma!
This year Taylor Allderdice High School celebrates its twentieth anniver-
sary. Though a mere infant in the realm of education-its door having been
first opened in February, l927--Taylor Allderdice has rapidly developed into
maturity and taken her place among the outstanding public high schools of the
nation, For twenty years, Taylor Allderdice has stood as a symbol of all that
is America, for twenty years it has served the communityg with malice toward
none for twenty years it has furthered the ideals of justice, equality, fraternityg
for twenty years it has diffused knowledge, instilled wisdom, molded characterg
for twenty years it has shown like a beacon, its rays of knowledge illuminating
the paths of all who enter its portals, its beams of enlightenment penetrating
the foreboding veil of ignorance and intoleranceg for twenty years it has stimu-
lated and inspired its disciples to know something-do something-be something.
After passing through two decades of want and fear, suffering and death,
greed and bigotry, lust and war. Taylor Allderdice now is playing the most im-
portant role of its career-that of welding and forging men and women zealous
for a world at peace, of educating and molding men and women capable of
assuming their places and recognizing their responsibilities in an atmosphere
immune from and repugnant to a world at war.
It was once stated by the Greek philosopher Diogenes that, "The founda-
tion of every state is the education of its youth." On its twentieth anniversary.
in an era when man can conceivably eliminate himself and all of the develop-
ments of civilization from the very genesis of life, Taylor Allderdice now must
realize that-the foundation of the 'world is the education of its youth.
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E are deeply indebted tO Our homeroom teachers for they, through their
interest, help, and understanding, have smoothed the way for us during
these very important years of our youth. To these men and women who have
patiently listened to our troubles, given freely of their time to aid us with our
problems, and gladly proferred a helping hand to us in meeting the crises of
school life, we gratefully dedicate Our yearbook.
Miss CHARLOTTE R. 1315ACHr.15R
Miss Rosle D. liARTZ
DR. ANNA M. QUATTROCCII1
MR. IQAYMOND SCHMIDT
Miss DOROTHY 'ALBERT
H1155 IELEANOR BARDSLIQY
MR. HOXVARD BARNES
Mlss L. ESTHER GEIST
Mlss AGNPIS KERR
Miss BERTHA O. MITCHELL
MR. RAY R. RALSTON
Mlss LIQILA H. IQYPI'
MR. ROBERT C. '1'Ri3Mm'I.i.
MR. AUGUST K. VVINTERLING
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.AIriz'i.n'1' to G1'r1.rffMiss Alva K. Held
Chief C!v1'kAMiss lsahel T. Zinn
C1v1'kfMiss Helen lielie
Clerk-Miss l.ois lf. Hill
Clwksllliss lileanor M. .lohnston
Clerkw-Miss Florence Koziozieniski
I-look Clerks-Mrs. Ethel Hynes and
IN I 'Mum Wwkl MR. J. D. McCLYMONDS, Principal
Miss Olivia Koenig, Mr. NVQ-sley Mills, Miss Jennie A, Norton, Miss Blanche Pantall.
Mr. Howard Barnes, Miss Helen Rartrini, Miss Ada Block, Mrs. Helen Campbell, Miss
lflorenee li. Graham, Miss Margaret Hanrahan, Miss lilizahetli B, Sipe, Miss Katherine
Skarinslqi, Miss Margaret l.. Wvinch.
Miss Dorothy Albert. Miss Eleanor Bardsley, Miss Rhoda Bowler, Miss Olive Bowlin,
Miss Olive Braham, Mrs, Della A. Braun, Miss Rose IJ. Hartz, Miss Ann Kasnitz, Miss
Agnes Kerr, Miss Ruth Lyons. Miss Catherine A. Mellermiott, Miss Nancy T. Montgomery,
Mrs. Elizabeth Porter, Miss Diantha W1 Riddle, Miss Mabel M. Shar, Miss Phyliss Stobie,
Miss lilizaibeth Warnock, Miss Dorothy Zeigller.
Miss llorothy Rergnian, Miss Mary Rrennan. Miss Yetta T, Kamler, Miss Elizabeth XV.
lilingensniith, Mr. C, 'l'. Roller, Mrs. Myra Simpson, Miss Edna R. Todd.
Miss Charlotte R, Beaehler, Mr. Morris R. Beck, Mr. Samuel Blitz, Mrs. Hazel H, Carter,
Miss lfmily Clan-ey, Mr. john B, Coyne, llr. Alvin G. Faust, Miss l.. Esther Geist,
Miss Grace lf. hlessop, Mrs, Catherine C. johnson, Mr, Paul L. McGrath, Miss Bertha O.
Mitchell, llr. Anna M, Qnattroeehi, Miss Cora C. Ross, Miss Leila H. Rupp, Mrs.
Margaret C, Sehweiniherg.
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Miss Charlotte E. Bailey, Miss Florence Bechtel, Mrs. Margaret N. Bush, Miss Grace
Miss Catherine Bacikofen, Mrs. Margaret H. McMickle.
Mr. Edward Caye, Mr. George M. Phillips, Miss Alice L, Phipps, Mr. Ray R. Ralston.
Mr. Raymond Schmidt, Miss Edith May Starz, Mr, Robert C. Trumbull, Miss Ethel F.
Turner, Dr. Wesley Wagner.
Mr, A. L. Gautsch, Mr. Loren Jackson, Mr. C. P. Kavanaugh"', Mr. Herbert A. Lewis,
Mr. Ercoe Liberator, Mr. Andrew Onderko, Mr. August K. Winterling.
Mr. Roy F. Dietz, Mrs. Dorothy Jean Meyer, Miss Emma Steiner, Miss Laura E. Zeigler.
Miss Mary Allshouse, Mr. Robert W. Irvin, Mr. John H. Irwin, Miss Esther M. Long.
Mr, john McNertney, Miss Margaret Mercer, Mrs. Katharyn Hazlett Simms, Mr, Ernest
A. Senkewich, Mr. Ernest tS1lessin.ger, Mr. Claude W. Sofield.
Mr, Lon H. Colburn, Mr. Sheldon Cohen, Mr. Thomas Davies, Mr. R. J. Hackett, Miss
Jane S. Johnston, Mr. C. R. Kennedy, Miss ,lane McCandless, Mr. J. T. Shriner, Mrs.
Mae Weber Smith.
'Dietitian School Nurse
Miss Dorothy V. Bruner Mrs. R. L, Tagrcss
Miss Edna K. Bezler Mr. Charles E. Dietz
Swimming Malron Hall Supervisors
Mrs. Bella jones Mrs. Irene K. Bain
Mrs, Bridget Sylvester
Nickoles Chasler, M.D.
Brown Fulton, M.D.
4' Deceased April 26, 1947
Jerome S. Balbot Sammy Roth
Jack Faust Stanley H. Simons
ASSOCIATE EDITORS-JANUARY CLASS
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Phyllis R. Blain Jack Breskow Marian Friedman Mildred M. Johnston
Joan L. Blumenthal Harriet Chersky Edith Hirsch Myron Kopelman
Edythe Kramer Agnes R. Lepedo Joan Reichman Salli Sniderman
Norman N. Kresh Goldie Perhacs Mildred Sadler Rita E. Zweig
Sorelie Ann Jacobson
Marcia Ann Levine
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ASSOCIATE EDITORS-JUNE C LASS
Joanne R. Adamitz Gloria Hertz Janet Leathem Elizabeth Mawhinney
George Harrison, Jr. Earl M. Latterman Betty Lou Levy Edith Prizent
Ada Lou Abelson Lena Bellini Jean Breckenridge Marjorie Cohen
LaVerne Aussenberg Jean Brashear Elynor Bruce Robert A. Cohen
Geraldine L. Dosey Edith Finegold Mona Lee Haid Dolores Klinefelter
Gertrude Fehl Marian Gruene Dorothy M. Jamison Barbara Knable
Elaine Kramer Helen Lowman Hannah M. Mintz Dorothy E. Parfitt
Shirley L. Linden Judith Meyer Walter F. Munhall, jr. Joan M. Peterson
Marcia Sachs Harry M. Spector joan Beth Worley
Marilyn Sherman Mitchell Sperling Margaret Zihal
Albert B. Weiner
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DAVID ABRAMS-Dramatic English: Class Play Cast: Prom
Committee: Homeroom Treasurer: Sigma Iota , . . Dentistry is
gaining a maister.
MARCELYN ALTERMAN - Honor Student: Student Council:
M.M.tM.: Ho'hbyiReading: Favorite Sport-Swimming . . . Aspires
to become a teacher.
SHIRLEY ANN AUTENAI'rom Committee: Voice Group C:
Senior Leaders: Basketball '46: Hockey '46 . . . Shirley will long
be rememtbered in the physical education department.
JEROME S. BALBOTASehool Usher: Journal Staff: Prom Com-
mittee: Homeroom President: Band B: Junior Sigma Iota: Senior
Sigma Iota: Swimming '43, '44 . . . Sincere in all undertakings
and active in school.
PHILOMENA BEAVERiClass Day Committee: Homeroom Rec-
ords Committee: Hobiby4Collecting Records: Favorite Sport-Balse-
ball . . . Small in stature but can always be relied upon.
ALICE BECHTELsVoice Group A: Basketball: Volley Ball:
Swimming: Soccer: Favorite Sport-Footvbalil . . . A really all-
around student who also enjoys window design-ing.
JOSEPH J. BERNSTEIN4lJramatic English: Class Play: Prom
Committee: Student School Treasurer: Band B, IC, D: President,
Magicians' Club . . . Interested in accounting and automobiles,
Joseph will undoubtedly be successful in business.
SADIE BIDWELL-Entered from Gladstone: Member of Clothing
Class: Modelled in Fashion Show: Interested in Sewing . . . Gains
respect through her easy manner,
PHYLLIS R. BLAINwJournal Staff: Homeroom Secretary: Junior
and Senior Sigma Iota Clubs: Fashion Show '45, '46: Hospital
Aide . . . One of tlhe most popular girls in the senior class.
JOAN L. BLUMENTHAL-Honor Student: Co-Editor, Foreword
Staff: Student Council Social Committee: Journal Staff: Prom
Committee: Class Day Committee: Senior Sigma Iota: Class Play
Usher: Majorette Manager '44, '45, '46 . . . A very active student.
MERVIN BOKSENBAUM-Honor Student: Homeroom Basketball
Team: Favorite Sport-Baseball: Ambition-Doctor . XY1th his
quiet, unassuming manner, Mervin will achieve his alms.
DOROTHY BOUGHER-High Honor Student: Class Play: Library
Club: Foreword Staff: Discussion Club: Qualitative Analysis Class:
Hospital Aide: Basketball '45, '46 .... A brilliant asset to the
JOHN CLYDE BOYER-Dramatic linglisih: Class Play: Class Day
Committee: Band A: Marching Band: Seope Club Treasurer: Hobby
-Stamp Collecting: Favorite Sport-Football .... A inns to be an
JACK BRESKOW-journal Staff: Senior Prom Committee: Book-
keeping Achievement Certificate: Hobby-llancingi Football '44, '45
. . . Life is never dull with Jack around.
HAROLD BROURMAN - Rich Baritone Singer of the Choir:
Homeroom Basketball Team: A Cappella Choir: Male Chorus:
Aspiration-Doctor . . . His friendly ways will always mark his
BRUNO J. BUCCINA-Honor Student: Dramatic English: Stage
Crew: Prom Committee: 12A Homeroom Vice President: Ambition
-Enlistiment in United States Army . . . His captivating smile
will always be remembered.
LOUISE BURGWIN-Voice Groups B, C: Hobby-Dancing: Fa-
vorite Spor.taBaseball: Entered from Gladstone . . . Hopes to be
another Florence Nightingale.
VIOLET ANN CAIN-Volley Ball '45, '-46: HobbyMSkating: junior
Leaders: Favorite Sport-Football . . . Has a personality suitable
to a succesisful secretary.
SHIRLEY GRACE CANNING - Honor Student: Service Club:
Front Committee: Senior Leaders: Homeroom llresident, 9A: Fa-
vorite Sport-Swimming .... A girl who will always have many
BETTIE CANNON-Senior Class President: Special Dance Group
12A, IZB: Student Council: Favorite Sport-Horseback Riding: En-
tered from Gladstone, HB: interest-Aviation . . . NYill he re-
membered as a calm. well-poised class president.
HARRIET CHERSKY-Honor Student: journal Staffg Class Day
Committeeg Social Chairman, Room 264: junior and Senior Sigma
Iotag Hospital Aideg Library Club . . . A very efficient participant
in student activities.
MARY ANN CIGANEK-Entered from St. Joaehimg American
Legion Awarrdg Hobby-Letter Writiiigg Favorite Sport-Swimming
. . . This tall, 'blonde young lady hopes to become an efficient
ADELA COFFEE4Bullctin Staff, IZA: HobbyfDancingg Entered
from Fifth Avenue: Favorite Sp0r.t+VolIey Ballg Enjoys-Dancing
. . , Adela rendered unselfish and efficient service in preparing
BERNICE D. COHENSStudent Coruncilg Social Committeeg Class
Playg 214 Clubg Sigma Iotag junior Leadersg Service Club: Hos-
pital Aideg Volley Balll '44, '45 . . . Every one regards Bernice
as Il true friend.
CHARLES G. COMER-Foreword Representativeg Group C5 Fa-
vorite SporttfBasket'ballg Entered from Gladstone, llth gradeg Am-
bition-Mechanical Engineer . . , Room 264 would 'have -been lost
FLORENCE M. COOPER-Prom Committee: Dramatic English:
Orchestra Ag String Quartetg Triog All-City Orchestrag Quintet
. . . Always enjoyed discussing school matters and taking part in
PESCHA COOPER-Dramatic Englishg Chairman, Flower and
Gift Committee of Room 3143 Junior Sigma Iotag Hospital Aide . . .
A dependable person with a dash of wit, a spot of originality, and
a sincere manner.
VIRGINIA COUGHENOUR-Hobby-Coin and Stamp Collecting:
Favorite Sports-Swimming and Tennis: Ambitious to Become a
Sten-ographerg Bulletin Staff . . . In her quiet, easy way she assisted
in the mimeograprh room.
JUANITA G. CRAWLEYkSchool Usher Squadg Hobby-Cookingg
Favorite Sport-Basketball: Entered from Gladstone, 1lBg Voca-
tional Ambition-Sewing . . . Claims to have been most impressed
in Allderdice by the teachers.
GILDA M. J. DI PENTA-Entered from Gladstone: Hobbies'-
Reading and Tennisg Favorite Sport-Baseballg Interests-Dancing
and Housekeeping , . . 1Gilda'rs kindly smile 'will never be forgotten
by her friends and classmates.
DOROTHY LOU DODDSwPro1m Committee: Voice Groups A, CZ
Hobby-Collecting Dolls: Favorite S-port-Horseback Riding . . .
Dorothy's prime interest has been singing in the choir here and at
JEROME DONOVAN+Track '-l6g Stage Crew: Dramatic English:
Favorite Sport-Football . . . jerome's fheight, along with his sin-
cere, unassuming manner, will aid lhim to be seen and heard at the
SARAH W. DUNMIRE-Social Comniiititee, 264: Hobby-Collect
ing Miniature Dog Statuesg Favorite Pastiine-Skating: Amhitionw
Nurs-ing . . . Sa.rah's alertness and keen sense of humor will aid in
AUDREY JANE EDWARDS - Leaders Club: Favorite Sport--V
Swimming: Ambition--Typist . . . A diligent worker to whom
achievement will always be a beacon.
H. JAY EPSTEIN-Flower Committee, 314: All-City Band: March-
ing Band: Band A: Aviation Club . . . jay's effervescing wit, persc-
verance, and dependability have gained him friends and reputation.
SANDER A. FABER-Dramatic English: Social Chairman: Or-
chestra A: Discussion Club: Senior Sigma Iota: Favorite Sport-
Basketball . . . ls amlbitious to become a successful business man.
DALE G. FARLEY-Chess Club: Stage Crew: Favorite Sport-f
Hunting: Ambition-To Become a Printer . . . Dale displayed un-
selfisih zeal in working for the welfare of the school and his fellow
BARBARA L. FINEGOLD-Class Play: Pfrom Committee: Senior
Sigma Iota: Hospital Aide: Volley Ball '45, '46: Hobby-Collect
ing Records: Favorite Sport-Swimiming . . . Her sparkling good
humor will further her in her afmibition to be a social worker.
SALLY Y. FINEMANSI.i'bra+ry Club: Ilramatie English: Voice
Groups C, E: Favorite Sport-Hockey: Amibition-Teaching . , .
Sally worked tirelessly in school ac-tivities.
ROBERT S. FINN-Hoimcroom Class President: Band A3 March-
ing Bandg Basketball '44, '46g Favorite SportABowling . . . He has
fbeen called "Lucky Bob."
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ELINOR ANN FLSHER4Class Play Castg Senior Prom Com-
mitteeg Dramaitic English Claslsg Hospitality and Records Com-
mittee, 2643 Voice Group B3 Favorite Sport-Footfball , . . Her
work in the class play will not be soon forgotten.
RACHEL FONER-Honor Student: Orchestra Ag Afll-'City Orches-
trag Youth Symplhonyg Leaders 'Clubg High Point Winner . . .
Rachel has been one of the very ambitious, hard-working class
FRANK L. FONTANA - Honor Studentg Hobby-Photography:
Favorite Sport-Footlballg Ambition-To Be a Doctor: En-tered from
Vilestinghouse, 11B . , , Frank is a genial fellow who made firm
ANNA FRATANGELO-Entered from Gladstone: Hobby-Collect
ing Records: Amfbition-To Be a Secretary .... A nna always work-
ed in a steady, unassuming way.
MARIAN FRIEDMAN-Bulletin Sitaffg journal Staff: Prom Com-
mitteeg Advanced Art Groupg Modern Danieeg Aviation Club: Stage
Sceneryg Hospital Aide . . . Marian 'has been a most active par-
ticipant in all school affairs.
VIOLET LOUISE FRIEDMAN-Class Playg OrChestra Ag Y-
Teens: Hobby--Paintting Picturesg Ambition-To Be a Model?
Favorite Sport-Swimming . . . With sure, strong strokes Violet
will forge her way ahead in swimming and in life.
ESTELLE GARFINKEL-Voice Group A: Social Representativeg
Records Committee, 2643 Voice Groups C, E3 Junior and Senior
Sigma Iota Clubs . , , Estelle's gracious manner and afttractive
appearance never failed to win admirers.
RICHARD GERRING-S-chool Uslherg Favorite Sport-Footballg
Hobby-Billiards . . . Tlhis fellow was impress-ive for his height
and his friendly goodwill.
EVELYN JULIA GLOWACKI-Honor Studentg Foreword Staff
Typistg Senior Prom Commituteeg Homeroom .Attendance Committee:
Voice Group Ag Hobby-Collecting Pictures . . . Evelyn is an effi-
cient girl wiith interests in sports, music, and dancing.
BARBARA GLUCK-Special Sewing Class: Modelled at Horne's
Storeg Senior Sigma Iotag Dramaltic English Classy Interested in
Classical Music . . . 'Characterized by her sultry, alluring per-
C L A S S
FAY GOLDSTEIN-High Honor Student: Trio: junior Leaders:
Special Dance Group: American Legion History Award: junior
Discussion Clulb: Senior Leaders . . . Admired for ther determi-
nation and interest in fthe welfare of others.
HARRIET ELAINE GOULD-Class Play: Records Committee,
264: Magicians Clu-b . . . Harriet has evinced a keen interest in
dramatics and enjoys dancing and listening to music.
DOROTHY GUYER-Honor Studentt: Finance Committee, 264:
Vocational Interest-Secretarial Work . . . Dorothy, aside from
'scholastic acfhievement. won a Green A, also a certificate and
medal in physical education.
HAROLD J. HAAS-Band A: Marching Band: Orchestra A: All-
Cifty Band: Brass Qnartctte: Allderdice Swing Band: Favorite
Sport-Basketball , . , Harold played in practically all instrumental
music programs in the auditorium.
NORMAN ROBERT HERSHORIN-Class Play: Prom Committee:
Finance Corn-mittee, 264: Senior Sigma Iota: Homeroom Vice Presi-
dent, IZB: Class. Day Com-mittee . . . A carefree and friendly man
EDITH HIRSCH-Honor Student: M.M.tM.g Journal Staff: Sec-
retary-Treasurer, Homeroom: Attendance Committee 264: Senior
Sigma Iota . . . Edittli has achieved a cornmendable reputation as a
LOIS M. HOWE-Class Day Committee: Homeroom Attendance
Committee, 264: Vocational Interest-Nursing: Enjoys varied ac-
tivities, among these are skating, dancing, and baseball.
VERNA JEAN HUDSON-Honor Student: Homeroom Secretary,
l1iB: Voice Groups B. C: Special Dance Groups: Favorite Sport-
Swimming: Vocational interest-Bookkeeping . , , Verna has suc-
ceeded in her ambitious desire to get good grades,
MILDRED M. JOHNSTON-Foreword Staftf: Journal Staff: Ac-
tivities Group: Prom Committee: Homeroom Attendance Committee:
Volley Ball '46 .... A ,popular young lady who worked well in
RICHARD L, jONESsHomeroom Vice President, 314: Football
'46: Entered from Gladstone: Vocational InterestfPharmacy . . .
An engaging smile, a keen sense of humor, and acceptance of re-
sponsibility are among his assets.
VIVIAN LEE JONES-Library .Clubg Dramatic Englishg Class
Day Committeeg Voice Group B5 Senior Leadersg Hobby-Collect-
inig Odd Earringsg Ambition-To Be an English Teacher . . . A
conscientious young woman with nouticeafbly good judgment.
BERNARD KAUFMAN-Prom Committecg Class Day Committee,
Hobby-Travelingg Favorite Sport-Basketball , . . Was actively
connected with the physical educaftion department.
JACQUELINE KAYE-Voice Groups B, C, Eg Homeroom Opening
Exercise Committeeg Hobby-Collecting Recordsg Favorite Sport-
Swimming . . . This tall, stately red-.head should succeed either as
a 'band vocalist or as a model.
MYRON KOPELMAN-Honor Situdentg Intramural Athletic Com-
mitteeg Foreword Staff, Co-Editorg Journal Staff, Class Day Com-
xnitteeg Band Ag Marching Bandg All-City Bandg Swing Bandg
Social Committee . . . Everyone will remember Kope and his
EDYTHE KRAMER-Bulletin Staff: journal Sltaff: Flower and
Gift Committee, 3143 Junior and Senior Sigma Iota: Modern Dance
Groupg Volley Ball '45, '46g Soccer '44, '45 . . . Eclythe established
a good record for herself in dictation.
BEATRICE R. KRAVITZ-Majorettesg Student Councilg Class
Playg Senior Sigma Iota: Volley Ball '45g French 'Clufbg Vocational
Interest-Business Administration . . . One of those girls who
could twirl a baton skilfully.
NORMAN N. KRESH-High Honor Student: Journal Staffg IZA
Class Secretary, Class Day Committee, Chairimang Home-room Class
President, Junior and Senior Discussion Clubs: American Legion
History Award . . . The medical profession will gain a real asset
RICHARD M. LANDMAN-Safety Poster Awardg Football '45.
'46 . . . No one will forget his handsome appearance and his good
ROBERT S. LANDMAN-Class Day Committeeg Football '45, '-463
Vocational Interest-Law . . . just as good looking as his twin,
and a starring member of the football team.
EVELYN LANG-Class Playg Prom 'Committeeg Senior Sigma
Iotag Hobby-Collecting Recordsg Leaders Club . . . This young
lady enjoys sports, panticularly horseback riding.
DOLORES D. LAVRA--Honor Studentg Hobby-Collecting Souve-
nirs, Favorite Sport-Volley Ball: Entered from Gladstone . . .
Exemplifies the traits she admires -mosft in people-friendliness.
sincerity, and neatness.
AGNES R. LEPEDO-Honor Student: Journal Staffg Entered
from -Gladstone, l1B, Favorite Sport-Swimmingg Interest-Music:
Vocational Preference-Secretary . . . An ambitious student who
always remembers to be a lady.
LEWIS M. LEVICK-Homeroom Social Committee, IZB: junior
and Senior Sigma Iota, Favorite Sport-Footballg Vocational In-
terest-Business . . . Lewis has impressed witlh his serious, like-
EILEEN LEVINSON-Proun Committee, Voice Group B3 Leaders
Clubg Hockey '44: Modern Dan-ee, Hobby-Dancingg Favorite Sport
-Swimming . . . judges people by their loyalty, thouightfulness, and
WANDA JUNE LINCOLN-Honor Student, Hobby-Drawing:
Favorite Sport-Baseball: Entered from Gladstone . . . Her chief
interest in school has centered about art work and her ambition
is to become an artist.
MARTHA M. LORINCE-Dramatic Englishg Class Play Castg
Homeroom Representative: Life Saving Clubg Favorite Sport-
Swimming . . . A friendly young woman who should make a
BARBARA H. MAHAFFEY-High Honor Student, Class Trea-
surer, l2B, Girls' Choraleg Voice Group Ag Chairman, Group A1
French Club, Altruistic Committee . . . Voted-Most Popular Sen-
ior Girl .... A n outstanding musician.
LEONARD S. MANDELBLATT-Honor Studentg Homeroom Vice
President, Orohestra Ag Class Day Committee: Hobfby-Photog-
raphyg Foreword Staff . . . Is ambitious lto succeed in law or business.
RITA MANDELL-M.M.M.3 Hospitality Committee: Voice Groups
A, B, C, Eg junior and Senior Sigma Iota, Volley Ball '43 . . .
A very attractive brunette whose personality was as charming as
ANTHONY MARINO-Entered from Gladstone, llB3 Voice Group
B, C3 Hobby-Oil Painting: Favorite Sport-Football . , . His in-
terest in art work should help hi-m to attain success in the art world.
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BERNARD J. MARKS-Student Council, 9Ag Favorite Sport-
Basketballg Vocational Amibition-Piharmacy . . . A gay, happy-go-
lucky fellow who gets along with every one.
JACK MCCULLOUGH-Microscope Clubg Orchestra B, D3 Class
Day Committeeg 12A Social Represen-tativeg Favorite Sport-Foob
ball .... A rugged fellow whose fascinating grin is captivating.
RALPH J. MELORE A Homeroom Social Committeeg Favorite
Sport-Mushballg Vocational Aspiration-Cleaning Business . . .
VVas often to be found in :the wood shop where he was quite helpful.
PATRICIA MERTZ!Finance Committeeg Homeroomg Hobbyw-
Collecting Recordsg Favorite Sport-Ice Skatinigg Entered from St.
Philomena . . . Always around to help in her quiet and sincere way.
SAMUEL H. MILES-Track Team '46g Hobby-Model Trainsg
Favorite Spont-Trackg Vocational Amfhition-Engineering3 Entered
from 'Gladstone , . . This tall, 6 ft. 1 in. fellow was always a real
ANN LOIS MILLER-High Honor Studentg Homeroom Vice Presi-
dent, IZA: Voice Groups A, B, Eg Girls' Crhoraleg Senior Sigma
lotag French Clubg Hobby-Musicg Favorite Sport-Swimming . . .
An industrious, sincere sftutdent.
SHIRLEY BEATRICE MILLER-Prom Comniittceg Attendance
Conimitteeg Voice Groups C, E: Entered from Logan Schoolg Fa-
vorite Sport-HBowling . . . This shy miss enjoys listening on the
radio to favorite orchestras.
THELMA CHRISTINE MILLER - Entered from Gladstone:
M.M.M.g Senior Leaders: Basketball '46g Favorite Sport-Basket
ball . . . A very thoughtful young lady often to be found reading
in the library.
CHESTER DALE MOORE, JR.-Finance Comimititee, Homeroomi
Bands A, C3 Vocational Ambition-Teaching Music . . . A fellow
who enjoys all winter sports and has left a favorable impression.
ELAINE MORGAN-Honor Studentg Junior Leadersg Activities
Groupg Class Playg Senior Prom Committeeg Hospitality Committee,
Chairmang Senior Sigma Iotag Volley Ball '44, '45: Hospital Aide
. , . A mos-t popular senior with a cheery word for everybody.
ANNA MORTON-M.M.M.: HobbyACollecting Stamps: Favorite
Sport-Basketball: Vocational Ambition-Beautician or Singer:
Entered from Gladstone . . . A very attractive looking girl who
excelled in the sewing department.
BETTE J. MUNIZZAF-Voice Group B: Hobby-Dancing: Ente-red
from 'Glads-tone: Vocational AmbitioniSing'er . . . Small in stature
but large in personality.
CLIFFORD MYCOFF-Social Committee: Entered from Gladstone:
Enjoys-All Sports: Vocational AmlbitioniPetroleulm Engineer . .
Always ready for a good time, Cliff especially likes to dance.
MARJORIE F. 0'HAREWBi'lJlC 'Connni-ttee, Homeroom: Foreword
Representative: Voice Groups C, E: HobbyaSewing: Entered from
Swissihelm , . . Tall, willowy, red-'headed girl who would make an
OLIVE PEACH-Honor Student: Class Day Committee: Hobby-
Dancing: Favorite Sport-Swimming: Entered from Gladstone:
Plays-Accordian .... A well poised young lady, calm under any
ERNEST Z. PEARL-Homeroom President, IZB: Student Coune..,
Class Play: Social Committee: Prom Committee: Class Day Com-
mittee ..,. A n efficient organizer who sees 'things to a finish.
HOWARD C. PEARLMAN-Student Council: Dramatic English:
Class Play: Sta-ge Crew: Prom Committee: Vice President Senior
Class: Homeroom President, l2B: Green Key: Senior Sigma Iota:
Aviation 'Club . . . Voted most popular 12A boy.
BEVERLY L. PENNEY-Honor Student: Entered from VVesting-
house, l1B: Hobby-Reading: Favorite Sports-Football and Bas-
ketball: Vocational Interest-Sewing . . . A tall, quiet girl who
GOLDIE PERHACS-High Honor Student: journal Staff: Home-
room Secretary: Class Play Committee: Special Dance: Entered
from Gladstone: Hobby-Dress Designing . . , A studious, energetic
person wvho has established an enviable record.
MARY J. PETRO-M.M.M.: Voice Group C: Basketball '-15: Fa-
vorite Sport-Boating: Interest-Dancing: Hobby-Collecting Post
Cards . , . An efficient worker who will make a successful ac-
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DOROTHY PFLAUM-Voice Group E: Hobby-Skatingg Favorite
Sport-Footballg Vocational Ambition-A Good Typist . . . Rather
tiny blonde who enjoys piano playing when not dancing.
JOAN PLATT - Dramatic Englishg Prom Committeeg
fhVlZ1llO11'ClLllJQ Favorite Sport-Bowlingg Hobby-Artg Enjoys--
Dancing . . . An up and coming artist,
DOROTHY PLUNG-Honor Studentg Student Council Representa-
tiveg Class Day 'Committeeg 12B Homerooni Presidentg Dramatic
linglishg Prom Comrmitteeg Sigma Iota . . . Rememnbered as one
who always attained her objective.
HOWARD E. PLUNG-Honor Studentg Vocational Ambition-
Accounting: Favorite Sport-Footballg Hobby-Photography . . .
Quiet, discreet fellow whose genial manner earns him many friends.
LILA PRICE-Foreword Staff: Dramatic English: Class Playg
Homeroom Secretary: Voice Groups C, Eg Microscope 'Clubg Junior
Discussion Clubg Senior Discussion Club: Sigma Iota: French Club
. . . An active participant in school affairs.
GREGORY PROSDOCIMO-Band: Captain, Gym Team: Hobby-
Drawingg Favorite Sports-Baseball and Football . . . Interested
in automobile mechanics.
ELYSE JANE RAVENSCROFT-Senior Prom Committeeg Hos-
pitality Comimittee, 2643 Community 'Chest Drive . . . One w-ho
always can be counted on to do assigned tasks.
JOAN REICHMAN-Journal Staff: Prom Committeeg Foreword
Representative: Sigma lotag French Club: Bandage Rolling Clubg
Photography Clubg Volley Ball '43, '44, '45, '46 . . . Certain to be
successful in any undertaking.
BETTY R, RICHMAN-Orchestra B3 Volley Bally Life Savingg
Hobby-Dancingg Favorite Sport-Swimming: Vocational Interest
-Nursing . . . One who has high ideals and admires truthfulness
and sincerity in otfhers.
NICK ROSENBERG-Class Day Committeeg Football '44, '45, '46g
Hobby-Drawingg Favorite Sports-Football and Basketballg Voca-
tional Ambition-Physical Education Instructor . . . One of the
star players on the football team.
ALLAN RUDICK 4 Dramatic linglish: Class lflay Cast: Senior
Discussion Club: lfavoritc Sport'--Basketball: Senior Class Day , . .
:X future business man who will organize and promotr.
MILDRED SADLER 4 High Honor Stuilt-nt: M.M,M.g Journal
Staff: G..-X. R. History Award: Holmflxyw--Sewillgg lfavoritc Sport--
Bast-hall .,.. 'X young' woman intt-rusted in politirs who should
siirct-oil as a siilrt-11-, t-ffcctnxll lizxrycr.
BETTY SCAFURI--Stnclcnt Council: Yoict- tiroups U, C, lf: l,1'0lll
Committee: St-nior 1.1-ailt-rs: Hohhy-f-I3:11u:i1ig': lfavoritt- Sport-
Bascball ,... 'X t'arcfrcc, gay manncr and an intt-rust in interior
decoration identify Betty.
MARA LYNNE SCHUGAR-Class Play: l2.X Sorial Committee:
Yoirc Group .-X: Girls' Choralc: Soloist: Sigma Iota: Yollcy Ball
'43, '4-1: lfavoritt- SportiHorschat'l4 Riding . . . Inu-ri-stcrl pri-
marily in music and thc theatre.
GERTRUDE SEAMAN-Honor Student: lintcrcd from Gladstone,
HB: lfavoritc S1101'tiSXYll1llllll1g'I Vocational Intcrcstff-Scwctary...
A mt-xnhcr of cluirch organizations and an admirer of ncatncss and
JEROME SEGAL-Class Play: Class Play Committcc: Prom Com-
mittee: Class Day Coinmittt-cg Baskcthall '-15: Swimming' '42: Artists
Four: Hobbyilianciilg . . . lntcnst-ly intcrcstcd in all art work.
ELINOR DIANE SEINER--M.M.Kl.g Doll Cluh: ,lnnior Chorus:
Opening lixcrcisc Chairman: lI1vlmlmy-Collcrting Post Cards: Fa-
vorite Sport-Howling . . . Sha' posscsscs :1 sense of humor and
cnjoys it in others.
MARGARET SERENSKY - Prom Committee: Opening lixcrrisc
Committee: Hobby-Collerting Modern Rt-rorcls: lfavoritc Sport-
lfoothall . . . Highly iiitcrcstccl in t'tJIIlIllL'l'ClLil work and hopcs to
hccome I1 secretary.
ESTHER SHANNON- -.X Cappclla Choir: All-City Chorus: Iltlllltu
room Representative, 1213: Senior Lcadt-rs: Raskctliall '44, '45 . . ,
An unassuming, yt-t vivacious young lady, one who 1'cct-ivt-cl a Ccr-
tificatc of Rccognition,
SANFORD SHEPARD--Band AX: Marrliing Hand . . . hitt-rusted
in mythology and nrrlu-ology.
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SANFORD SIEGAL-Track Team '46: Qualitative Analysis Class:
Hobby-Music: Favorite Sport-Basketball . . . His ambition is to
GRETA SIMONfSenior Leaders: Orchestra A: Sigma Iota: Hos-
pital Aide: Hobby-Collecting Classical Music: Favorite Sport-
Tennis . . . A serious-minded young lady ambitious to succeed
RUTH SIMON-M.M.M.: Class Day Committee: Voice Group E:
M,M.M. Service Recognition Certificate: Hobby-Dancing: Favorite
S1lUI't-4SW'll1lllTlillg . . . 'Gave excellent service for three seimesters
in the medical room.
STANLEY G. SKIRBOLL-Track Team: Hob'by4Basket'ball: Fa-
vorite Sport-Basketball .... A mbitious to enter field of journalism
and become a writer,
BYRON SMITH-Prom Committee: Microscope Club, President:
Chess Club, Vice President: Varsity Club: Green Key: Swimming
'43, '44, '45, '46 . . . One who showed capability as a leader and
was winner of the city title in swimming.
SUZANNE SMITH-Usher Squad: Dramatic English: 'Class Play:
Prom Committee: Foreword Representative: Voi-ce Group B: Sen-
ior Sigma lota: Hospital Aide: Class Day Committee , . . Well-
liked for her Cornpanionable attitude.
SALLI SNIDERMAN - journal Staff: Homeroom Social Com-
mittee: Homeroom Social Chairman: Sigma Iota, Activities Chair-
man, Vice President: Microscope Club, Secretary: Modern Dance:
Volley Ball '43, '44, '45, '46 . . . Vivacious, active.
SYLKA STEINBERG-Girls' Chorale: Group A: Gift Committee,
314: Vocational Ambition-Opera Singer . . , A tall, dark young
woman liked by all and an outstanding soprano of Group A.
BETTY JANE SULLIVAN-Favorite Sportfliootballg Hobby-
Roller Skating: Vocational Interes-t-Stenography .... A gay girl
with very sympathetic understanding.
DAVID SUSSER - Basketball '45, '46: Usher Club: Favorite
Sports-Basketball and Swimming . . . Did his best to Win basket-
ball laurels for Allderdice,
WILLIAM SUTHERLINaBand A: Marching Band: Orchestra A:
All-City Band: Basketball '45, '-46: Hobby-Roller Skating: Entered
from 'Gladstone . . . Showed marked interest in the musical field.
IRIS TAUBERG-Hospitality Committee: Doll Club: Hobbyf
Reading: Favorite Sport-Swimming: Interest-Music . . . Iris was
particularly helpful in the office of the director of activities.
SHIRLEY THOMAS-M.M.M.: Voice 'Group B: Entered from
Gladstone: Favorite Sports-Ice Skating and Swimming . . . Shows
all indications of 'becoming a future Ice Catpades star.
TULLIO TOZZI-Honor Pupil: Dramatic English: Prom Com-
mittee: Orchestra B, C, D: Favorite Sport-Football . . . Is ambi-
tious to become a banker.
EVELYN L. VITULLO-Honor Pupil: Financial Committee, 264:
Interests-Ice Skating, Tennis, Dancing , . . Studious and sincere
in every undertaking.
EVELYN JUNE WARMSTEINAStudent Council: Dramatic Eng-
lish: Class Play Committee: Class Play: Homeroom Secretary-
Treasurer: Voice Groups B, C: Special Dance: Sigma Iota: Bul-
letin Staff . . . VVhen anything needs to be done, Evelyn will do it.
RUBY N. WEISBERG-Dramatic English: Class Play: Social
Committee: Orcthestra A: Pittsburgh Youth Symphony: Senior Dis-
cussion: Senior Leaders: Y-Teens . , . Ambitious to play with the
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.
MARIE WILLIAMS - Usher Squad: Hobby-Sewing: Favorite
Sport-Skating: Entered from Gladstone . . . Looks forward to
becoming a beautician.
CRAIG WILSON-Ho'bbyWFishing: Favorite Sport-Baseball: Vo-
cational Ambition-Diesel Engineer . , . A great outdoor man in-
terested in guns, and a member of the National Rifle Association.
MARJORIE B. WOLFE-Honor Student: Foreword Staff: Dra-
matic English: Class Play: Prom Committee: Modern Dance:
Hockey '46: Basketball '46 . . . Plans to become a commercial artist.
MARVIN H. WOLK-Band Ag Marching Bandg Homeroom Social
Committeeg Favorite Sport-Foot-ball .... A master of the trumpet,
his name should someday flash in lights.
EMILIE J. WRASSE-Modern Dance, Dramatic Englishg Fore-
word Representative . . . Tall, slender, gracious: 'her greatest in-
terest is interpretive dancing at which she is very skillful,
FLORENCE ZWEIG-High Honor Studentg Student Council: Dra-
matic Englishg Class Playg Class Day Committee: Voice Groups
B, C, Eg Head Majoretiteg Modern Dance: Microscope Club . . .
Wiliiier of scholarship to the University of Pittsburgh.
RITA E. ZWEIGAI-Ionor Pupil, Journal Staffg Prom Commiitteeg
Homeroom President, Sigma Iota, junior and Senior, French Clulbg
Photography Clubg Bandage Rolling Club, Basketball ,45, '46 . . .
With her vim, enthusiasm, and personality, Rita should accomplish
much as a social worker,
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January Class, 1947
March from "Athalia'i ..,,.......,..4.,....,........,.......,,,..,.......,......,.....A.,.,.,.,.,..... Mendelssohn
Orchestra, Miss Laura Zeigler, Conductor
Invocation ,......,..,.,.. .4,.,...,.,.,.........,..................,,.,.,.,.......,.,.,. R everend Hugh S. Clark
Rector, Church of the Redeemer
Musettas Waltz Song from La Boheme r,..... ..................,.,......,......... P uccini
The Girls of Cadiz, ....,...A.,.........,..r...r...4...,,.,...,............,....... ..l.. L vo Delibcs
Agnes McGuerrin, Accompanist
Presentation of Flowers ...,...,.,....................,.4......,.,...,.,.,..,.....,...,...,.. ,blnne Class 1947
VValter Munhall, june Class 4 Barbara Mahaflcy. january Class
Cello Solo-"Orientale" .,.....rr.r..............r,.,.,....,........,,.....,,.l,,......., ..,,....,.,., C 'acsar Cui
Saralee Eisner, Accompanist
Yital Problems in the United States Today
Norman Kresh, Florence Zweig, Marjorie VVolfe, Dorothy Bougher, Fay Goldstein
Violin Solo-f'Canzonetta from Concerto in D" ,.,..,,.......... ...,.r ,iTscl1aik01c'sky
Florence Cooper with Orchestra
Class Gift ..,.,.....,.............,.,.,.,..,r..,...A.A..,...,,..,.....,.,.,........,....i.......,... january Class 1947
Bettie Cannon, January Cvlass President Earl Latterman, june 'Class President
Una voce poco fa-Cavatina from II Barbiere di Siviglia ...,......,....... ....i..,. R ossini
Beulah Taylor Marston, Accompanist
Remarks ,.... ........,..,..4.......................................,.....,....,........,..,. E van XV. Ingram
First Associate Superintendent of Schools
Presentation of Diplomas ....,.............,...,.....,...,......,.,...,......4,........... D. McCly1noncls
Principal, Allclerdice High School
Coronation March from "The Prophet" ...,.,.,...,.. ,. . ilfvyc1'Iu'v1'
Vice President-Howard Pearlman
JANUARY HONOR STUDENTS
High Honor Students
Bougher, Dorothy G.
Mahaffey, Barbara H
Blumenthal, Joan L.
Buccina, Bruno J.
Canning, Shirley G.
Fontana, Frank L.
Hudson, Verna J.
Zweig, Rita E.
Miller, Ann Lois
Lavra, Dolores D.
Lepedo, Agnes R.
Lincoln, Wanda J.
Peach, Olive N.
Penney, Beverly L.
Plung, Dorothy B.
Plung, H0ward E.
Seaman, Gertrude T.
Vitullo, Evelyn L,
Wolfe, Marjorie B.
Teacher-Miss Rose Hartz
President ...............,..,....,............,..,....,...,.,............,...,...,....,..... Jerome S. Balbot
Vice President .........,....,.....4........,.......,...,..,....,,..,.,...,....., Leonard Mandelblatt
Secretary-Treasurer ...,... ,..........,..,..... I Edith Hirsch
Social Chairman ........,..,.4,. .....,. H arriet Chersky
Student Council .,,.....,.......,,,.., 4.,..,..... E rnest Pearl
Foreword Representative ........ ..,.i..,.,.., .,.............i.i......,...,...... C l iarles Comer
JERRY BALBOT: Brown hair, brown eyes,
One of the swellest of the guys.
PHILOMENA BEAVER: There's not a single fault to find,
For in every way, she's most refined.
HARRIET CHERSKY: Her smile is always cheery,
We'll remember this girl clearly.
BERNICE COHEN: Sugar and spice and all that's nice,
And that's what Dollyls made of.
CHARLES COMER: VVhere there's lots of pep and cheer,
You can guess that Chuck is near.
SARAH DUNMIRE: This girl has mirth and lively witg
VVe know she'll surely make a hit.
ELINOR FISHER: Her sense of lll1l1l01'iS not hard to findg
Ellie's tops, in every one's mind.
ESTELLE GARFINKET.: Cooky's air is most captivating.
VVatch her personality radiating.
EVELYN GLOVVACKI: This quiet lass is also smart:
She cannot fail to win your heart.
HARRIET GOULD: She's like a Mexican jumping hean:
Of the jitterbugs, she is surely queen.
DOROTHY GUYER: Now here's a girl whose praise we'll sing,
For her quiet ways fine profit should bring.
NORMAN HERSHORIN: Full of vim and vigor and zest,
Norm should rate among the best.
EDITH HIRSCH: A pretty girl with a brilliant mindg
We wish we had more of her kind.
LOIS HOVVE: She's lots of fun to knowg
That's why we like her so.
MILDRED jiOI-INSTON: She's a very nice person in every wayg
Only the best of her can we say. ,
LIACQUELINE KAYE: In all our hearts she holds a place
That no one else can ever replace.
RITA MANDELL: Rita is that pretty lass,
Wlhom we name the beauty of our class.
LEONARD MANDELBLATT: A girl's attention-Leonard attracts i
A good intention-Lenny backs it.
PATRICIA MERTZ: A friendly lass who suits our tasteg
VVith looks and charm our Pat is graced.
SHIRLEY MILLER: VVe love to know that Shirley's aroundg
Quite high our praises of her resound.
ELAINE MORGAN: Good looks and pep a-plenty,
W'e wouldn't trade her for twenty.
GRETA SIMON: Now she's a jolly good fellow,
And we love the way she plays the cello.
IRIS TAUBERG: Fate gave her all the breaks.
For she's got just what it takes.
EVELYN VITULLO: Studious, but never a bore.
One whom we can't help but adore.
RUBY VVEISBERG: I-Iere's a girl whose charm we can praise!
She makes an impression which always stays.
MARAIORIE VVOLFE: It's nice to have our Margie around,
VVisdom's rare secrets she has found.
DALE MOORE: Dale is really very handy:
We simply think that he is dandy.
CLIFFORD MYCOFF: One of the finest fellows you'll meet:
As a gentleman. he's hard to beat.
MARIIORIE O'I-IARE: For sewing Marjie has quite a flair.
She makes the clothes one likes to wear.
ERNEST PEARL: 'XVe'll miss Ernie with his sayings so clever:
VVish we could have him with us ever.
ELYSE RAVENSCROFT: A pleasing girl with a gleam in her eye,
No one would casually pass her by.
ELINOR SEINER: She's likeable. sweet. and truly kind: '
She's gracious. neat, and very refined.
MARGARET SERENSKY: If blondes are what the men prefer.
Peggy, to them we can refer.
Teacher-Dr. Anna Quattrocchi
President .....4..,....,...,.....,..A.,....,..,...4,.,..,.A.,...,.....,............,............ Norman Kresh
Vice President ....., ..A...., R iehard jones
Secretary ....,.,...,. ..,......, P hyllis Blain
Treasurer ................,.,...,.,.,. .....,. D avid Abrams
Social Chairman .........,......... ....,.. F lorence Cooper
Foreword Representative ....... ......, F, n1ilie XVrasse
STATION F. A. 314
PROGRAM FOR GRADUATION DAY
Time Program Sponsor
8:30 Blessed Eventer ,lerome Donovan-Sally l:lllClllZll1
8:45 Tell Your Neighbor Howard Plung
9:00 l.inda's First Love Phyllis Blain
9:15 Hearts in Harmony Dick Landman-Barbara Gluck
9:30 Backstage VVife Dorothy Plung'
9:45 Tennessee Jed David Abrams
10:00 Double or Nothing' Audrey Edwards-Shirley Canning
10:15 Front Page Farrell Myron Kopelnlan
10:30 Mystery of the XVeek Ralph Melore
10:45 Queen for a Day Edythe K.1'31ll61'
ll :00 Sky Queen Emilie XVrasse
ll :l5 Sherlock Holmes Sanford Shepard
ll :30 The Lone Ranger -lay Fpstein
ll :-45 The Light of the XVorld Fsther Shannon
12:00 Young Dr. Malone Norman Kresh
12 15 Elder Beck Dale Farley
12.30 jazz Jamboree Marvin Wolk, Harold Brourman,
A Mervin Boxenbaum
12:45 Hildegarde Sylka Steinberg
1 00 Ma Perkins Fay Goldstein
1 15 Life Can Be Beautiful Salli Sniderman
l 30 XVe, the People Betty Munizza, Gertrude Seaman,
Betty Sullivan, Alice Bechtel
1.45 Dr. I. Q. Dorothy Bougher
2 00 l.adies Be Seated Dr. Quattrocchi
Bride and Groom
Forum of the Air
.1 ack Armstrong
Lewis Levick-Florence Cooper
Martha Lorince-Dorothy Pflaum
WHAT SHALL WE DO WITHOUT
Assemblies every Friday?
Mashed potatoes and gravy in the
Closed periods on Monday with no one
to be found?
Fifth floor and freshies?
Modern dance programs?
The cheers for our Winning football
The Forewords on Fridays?
The second floor annex wall?
Seeing Mr. Thomas flying around?
The drug store and the Hot Puppie?
The picnics and parties of 264?
The Christmas spirit inspired by Group
All the wonderful teachers?
Questionnaires for the Journal?
Report cards every six weeks?
Studying for tests?
The "Keyhole" for the latest gossip?
Pink, yellow, white, and blue papers?
The 3:05 bell?
All the swell classmates in the grad-
uating classes of 1947?
- an -as oom 352 '
Teacher-Miss Charlotte Beachler
President ,....,.....,...A......,........ ...,............,..,.,,....,...A...,....,.,.. ..., .,.A, I Q i ta Zweig'
Vice President .......... ,.,.,, I Sruno Iluccina
Secretary-Treasurer ...A..,.,.., ..,,. S ander Faber
Foreword Representative ..... ...., A Ioan Reichman
Student Council ......,.,........ .,.., . Florence Zweig
Social Chairman ....,.......,. ,, ..., ..,, B arbara Finegold
LOOKING IN THE FUTURE
I am Madame Know-All, See-All, Do-Nothing. Today I will look into the
future of Room 352. I gaze into my crystal ball and see-yes. I see a huge bank.
In this bank is a large glass-topped desk. or does it have a glass top? For you
see, the top is covered with huge stacks of money. liehind the desk sits Tlllllifl
Toszf, the bank president: and behind another desk sits his associate, Sazzdcr Falwr.
Fluttering around the office attending their secretarial duties, I see Gilda l7iPv11ta,
Slzirlvy rlzrfwz, and :lima Fraiangclo. I see a mural on the wall of the large
office. XVait! The mural is not completed, and two of our foremost artists.
flllflllilly Marino and Joan Platt are busily working on it.
Now the scene changes. In my crystal ball I see a classroom. .Mnong the
industrious students are Mary Petro, Violet FI'lt'dllItIl1, llvalrifv 1XV1'4I'Z'I.fS, and
lfilcvnz Lcwizzsozz. I see a practice teacher enter. IVl1y! it's none other than our
own Ill-'ZJZIUIZ .lo11cs. Again the scene changes. and I see a business office. liusily
working in it are Mary .Alun Ciganvl' and Ewlylz Lang. The door opens and in
comes .loscfvlzl Rcr1zstc1'11, the Fuller Brush man. But there is a commotion out-
side. Someone just noticed the great opera star, l?arlvara rIIal1a.ff4'y,' and follow-
ing her, trying to get an interview, is the renowned reporter and commentator
for the "Pittsburgh Pressfl Joan Rt'l't'lIlllt7l1. The curious onlookers include Brzom
l?ucrf11a, a United States soldier, Nick I?f7.YClIl7l'Ffj, Rolwrf Lrlazdllzall, Hl'l'lIflI'lf
Kaufman, Rachel Fonmf, and Allan Rlrdicl' doing absolutely nothing but looking.
- Y H735
As I gaze into the future I see the poorer section of town where Barbara
Finegold, Rita Zweig, Thelina Miller, and Florence Zweig are doing wonderful
work as social workers. On a street corner stands Craig Wilson, a diesel engi-
neer, and Clyde Boyer, an automotive engineer, talking shop.
Now I see Sadie Bidwell modelling clothes for Mickey Friedman, a whole-
sale buyer. In the neighborhood hospital, I notice the nurse, Louise Burgwin
telling the mortician, John Shirley, that there is no business for him today. As I
gaze into my crystal ball for the last time, I see another office in which attorney
Mildred Sadler is dictating a letter to her private secretary, Agnes Lepedo, while
Dolores Lcwra attends the switchboard.
Now the ball is going black. That is all I can see for the moment. That
will be ten dollars please.
Teacher-Mr. Raymond Schmidt
President .......,,.........,.........,,.....,...,..4,.,.....,...........,....,.........i......,.... Robert Finn
Vice President ...,......,,,.. ...........................,......, A nn Lois Miller
Secretary-Treasurer ..,....,.. .i......l,.,..,...........,.,...... E velyn Vllarmstein
Social Representatives ....,..,. ...,..,.,. I ane McCullough, Betty Scafuri
Student Council ..,..,...,,......l.. .,I,...,,..,..l.........,..... M arcelyn Alterman
Foreword Representative ...,....,...........,............................................. Sue Smith
This is to bring to the attention of all
Room 467, the pride of the hall.
So we toast them right now,
Let the kids take their bow,
As an item about each, let us now recall.
Hail to our chief and basketball king,
VVe're for Bob Finn, his praises we sing.
Gay and jerky by his own acclaim,
The wit of our room, Sam Miles by name.
So quiet and suave, in the play, was L. Price
In sweaters she excels, hubba, how nice!
Some call him jack, some call him Bubbles,
VV e all call him Breskow, the boy to solve your trowbles.
Musical talent, looks galore,
To Ann Lois Miller we cede the floor.
Punchy's a fellow girls love to be seen with, I
You know whom we mean, it's that guy whose name's Smith.
She's a bulletin staff girl, full of pep,
You've got to admit De Coffee's real hep.
She'll be peeved if you happen to leave out the Lou,
So we've put it in along with Dottie Dodds, too.
Humpty Dun1pty's disastrous fall
Should cure Dick Gerring of thc wall.
Waiicla will some day be a top flight artist,
VVhich goes to show that Lincolns work the hardest
She hates conceited people, thats our Mote:
Anna Morton's truthfulness won -l67's vote.
Howie really does it, we all agree,
l2A's vice president, what a hunk of man is he.
Scuff's cute, she's 11ice and little, that's true:
Betty Janes popularity is well known to you.
Here's that fellow with the green plaid shirtg
If I weren't so shy, with Sonny Siegal l'd flirt.
Not only on drums is Cozy superb
Oh, for Sutherlin to find the right verb.
Marie likes to collect just any little thing:
So the fellows to Miss XYllllZ1l'llS. devotion do bring
Marcy really knows the tricks of the trade,
A permanent inlpression has this ,Xlternxan made.
lf you had blue eyes and light brown hair
l.ike Yi Cain, you too, could be seen everywhere.
XYe salute the senior president, a person quite grand:
For you Betty Cannon we'll all take a stand.
Some like coke, but we'll take Gin.
Coughenour that is, she's hound to win.
Nut loves Lena Horne and hates bashful boys,
The above qualifications prove hluanita Crawley's poise.
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.lack's happy-go-lucky, always on the go,
McCullough's our boy, heis a real good Joe.
Frank Fontana, we want to be your friend,
Accept the helping hand we gladly lend.
Hal's our musical contribution to Allderdice
And not only with scores is Haas precise.
Miss Hudson is mischievous, ah-ah we caught you there!
And we know Verna soon will be snagged, what with that curly brown hair
Bernie Marks was impressed by sweaters, the varsity ones of course,
From him we couldn't get his pet expression though, not even by force
Peaches is tall and has a million dollar smile,
Olive really has got a lot that's truly worthwhile.
Bev Penney hates people who won't move on the bus,
NrVell, what do you know, she agrees with us.
Perhacs doesn't have any rocks in her head,
But Goldie's green gray eyes sure leave things unsaid.
Betty's smile is something we wonlt forget,
She's one Richman we're glad to have met.
Mara Lynne Schugar is as sweet as she seems,
To put it down in black and white, she's the girl of our dreams.
Wliat will they do, down in 262
Vtlithout joan, why they'll' really be blue!
If you are lucky enough to have a Ruth Simon, too,
VVe guarantee a senior year of pleasure for you.
VVhen you read in ten years, the nation's Number l hook,
just remember its author Stan Skirboll, the boy with the look.
Suzie's all out for Ohio State, you'll always find her thereg n
Smith's easily recognized, you can't miss her eyes and brown hair.
if you have an early dismissal, with which you don't know what to do
Come up to 467 and ask for Dave Susser, he'll take care of it for you.
Shirley's bound for an Ice Capades career, she'll surely hit the top,
VV hen you see the name of Thomas in lights, you'll know she's not a flop..
Evie's vivacious. sweet, tall. and chicg
If you don't believe us, at XVarmstein you should peek.
.Terry Segal will be glad to decorate your interior,
For when it comes to painting, he sure is SUPCYIOT.
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Gfdouf fo graduate
s we are about to graduate let us look back on the moments that we spent in
Allderdice-some were happy, a few were sad. XVe remember the day we
came here, our amazement at the size of the school and our surprise at the number
of students. Then we felt so small and out of place, but as time went by we
gradually began to become a part of this great organization. Crowded halls,
waiting in line for lunch checks, the long trek around the cafeteria-these all
became a part of our every day life as did homework and tests. XV e made lllilfly
new friends during these years. VVe had our troubles-our little spats, the
neglected homework, the surprise tests-but they were trivial. XVhile we were
facing all these experiences. our chief aim was to graduate. Now we have reached
that goal. Soon we will receive our diplomas and when we do we will recall
these memories and will think, "I wish I could do it again."
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Newton Fuller.. .,.,......,,.,..,.. jerry Segal
Annabelle Fuller ...,.......,......,..,......,....,
...llarbara Gluck, Dorothy Bougher
Madge Fuller ......,.,.......,....,...l,..,.,......
..,......Pesclia Cooper, Marjorie Wlolfe
Steve Eldridge .................. Sander Faber
Katie .....,...........,... ..., l Sarhara Finegold
Mrs. Douglas ..,..... ,i...,..,.,....,.r....,........
.,..,...Bernice Cohen, Ruby XYeisberg
Clayton Evans ,..,.r..................,.,.......,...
Ernest Pearl, Clyde Boyer
Rena Leslie ....,.,,4,...,..,. .... .,..,..,.,..,.,,,...
.....,.....,..,.Florence Zweig. Sue Smith
HCStC1'..Xl'llJl6t Friedman, Elinor Fisher
......Beatrice Kravitz, Dorothy Plung
Uncle Stanley ',., ..i,.......,..., A Allan Rudick
Leggett Frazer ,.,...r.......,. jerry Donovan
Tommy Huges .,.... Norman Hershorin
Sue Harrington .......,....,. .,..,....,.,. , ..., .
,..,Elaine Morgan, Evelyn Vllarmstein
Miss VVilcoX ..,.. .. ..,...,.,..,.........,.. .,.... . ,
l,ila Price, Martha Lorince
Mr. Prescott , .,.. ,Ioseph Bernstein
Scene-A Pennsylvania Farmhouse
Act I: Scene 1, Mayg Scene 2, June
Act ll: Scene l, Friday in Augustg
Scene 2, Sunday afternoon
Act Ill: Following morning
Student Manager ..,....,...............,.. ,. ,.
,...Florence Cooper, Evelyn Lang
Business Manager ,.,.., joseph Bernstein
Marilyn Schugar, Vivian Jones.
Emily NVrasse, Harriet Gould
Photography .............. Marvin Jacobson
Secretary .,...... , ,,,..,..... Bernice Cohen
Foreword Representative ...,..... ...,.i..
Bernice Cohen, Sally Fnieman
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YEAR OF 1947
Listen, my children, and you shall hear
Of the finest class of any year.
From the third of September in '44,
All of us will remember forevermore
Our thoughts from that famous day and year.
'Twas on the second floor we made our landing
VVhere we tried to uphold our standing,
But the juniors and seniors didn't seem to care,
VVhether or not we camped anywhere.
Will you ever forget our conference class?
How trembled the heart of every bad lass!
How we were told to follow our mates
And leave the rest to the furies and fates?
The opera, the plays were successes, too,
But we anxiously awaited our own great debut.
'Twas the NSOPHOMORE PARTY." Time tel
It certainly had "it" in every detail.
We next decked the third floor in full array,
At first we were anything but happy and gay.
ls a tale
Then, when we realized we were over the Sophs,
Nothing could bother us, not even the profs.
Our place in auditorium was changed, do tell!
And we liked it a thousand times as well,
We could see the stage, hear the speakers, toog
And in the performances catch every cue.
And then came that glorious, eventful year,
For which we had longed from the first of our career.
Our Senior year! At last it had come,
And though we were dignified, we still had our fun.
Of joys and sorrows we had our full due
And our popular song was "Sliding Through",
And then we thought things had turned for the best,
But report card time came, that uninvited guest.
Our ictures were taken, but to our disma ,
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Miss Americas were scarce as snowstorms in May.
Of "Mr, America's" there was not one,
But we all smiled sa ing, "Oh, it's all in fun."
Will you ever forget the lessons we had?
But compared to now they weren't so bad.
Latin and French and English and math,
Sent us scowling along the bumpiest path.
Remember that little bridge game that we had.
Yes, just our type would be that bad!
We won't say now just where it took place,
They're just four who'll read this with a shameful face.
The rest of the year was just the same,
With all of us rising to heights of fame
VVe did our best, sometimes right, sometimes wrong:
But we belonged to the june class over three hundred strong
We did our best, and with all our might, .
How we upheld the Green and VVhite!
We're going now, 'tis sad to say,
But we know our schoolmates will continue our way.
Then the School Board decided we needed a change,
And at last we're out of our teachers' range,
And now we are free to do just as we please,
And go on our way in scholarly ease.
If you've listened. my children, then you certainly know
That everything the Seniors did was done just so.
The years will come, and quickly roll by,
But we'll be counted the best of ALLDERDICE HIGH.
fwemfy Lyears of garoqress
"Know Something, Do Something, Be Something"
February 7, 1927-Taylor Allderdice High School was formally opened with 689
pupils and 32 teachers.
March 21, 1927-First meeting held of the Parent-Teachers Association
April 17 , 1927-THE FoREwoRD made its first appearance
October, 1927-First basketball team began training
November 2, 19Z7e-First band was organized
February 10, 1928-Taylor Allderdice became a junior-senior high school
February 16, 1929-Plans were adopted for the annex to be built
Uctober 31, 1930-Classes began in the annex
Girls were permitted to use one-piece bathing suits
Green Key was organized
Hi-Y was formed
june, 1930-First senior journal, The Allderdicc, appeared
june, 1930-First class graduated
September, 19.31-Student Council separated to form Junior and Senior Councils
February 21, 1931-Band fitted with uniforms A
May, 1932-Nine Allderdice students placed first in music contest
1933-Dragon was adopted as official school symbol
1934-Faculty bowling club was organized
1935-Chemistry III was added to the curriculum
1937-Faculty increased from 32 to 114
1937-Stairway from locker room to cafeteria was completed
1937-Three lunch periods were instituted
1939-Roger Jorgenson broke city record in basketball by making 40 indi-
May 19, 1939-First Majorettes appeared
1941-Modern Dance was instituted
1942-Air raid drills began
1943-Dr. Deevers, first principal of Allderdice, died
1945-Swimming team won championship
1946-Veterans' school opened with 200 pupils
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President-Earl M. Latterman
Vice President-Walter F. Munhall
Secretary-Joanne R. Adamitz
Treasurer-Thomas T. Trimmer
Robert S. Klein
ADA LOU ABELSON-Honor Student: Journal Staff: Student
Council: Homeroom Vice President, l.ZB: Homeroonl Secretary,
llB: Voice Groups B, C, E: Ushers Club: Sigma Iota, Secretary:
junior Leaders: Senior Leaders: Volley Ball '44: Basketball '44.
JOANNE R. ADAMITZsHonor Student: Senior Class Secretary:
journal Staff: Foreword Staff: Foreword Representative: Modern
Dance: Junior Leaders.
BERNICE ELAINE ADLER-Dramatic English: Lunchroom Com-
mittee: Sigma Iota: HobbyfColleCting Records: Ambition-Artist.
NATALIE MAY ADLER - Honor Student: Dramatic Englislh:
junior Leaders: Vocational Ambitiongllietitian: Enjoys-Cooking
MAURICE H. AMDUR-Foreword Staff: Student Council: Usher
Squad: IZB Social Committee: I-Iomeroom Treasurer: Orchestras
B, C, D: Scope Club: Senior Science Club: Camera Club.
HERBERT ARNOLD-Bookroom Club: Foreword Representative:
Green Key, President: Varsity Club. Vice President: Microscope
Club: Swimming '42, '47: President of Interfraternity
JUNE CLASS I
WILMA ARNOWITZ-Modern Dance: French Club: 'Camera Club:
LaVERNE FAITH AUSSENBERG - Honor Student: Journal
Staff: Foreword Representative: Lunchroom Patrol: Special Dance:
Hospital Aide: Orchestra A: German Club: Sigma Iota: Volley
Ball '-15: junior Discussion Club
ALAN AZEN - Microscope Club: Vocational Ambition-Doctor:
Favorite Sport-Hockey: Enjoys-Discussing Sports
SHIRLEY BALBOTiMajoretteSC Senior Discussion Club: Sigilllil
Iota: Hospital Aide: Favorite Sport-riding: Honor Student
FLORA BELLE BARRISH-Ifsher Squad: Senior Leaders: Volley
Ball '4-1: Favorite Sportaliootiball
DAN J. BASL--Dramatic English: Stage Crew: Favorite Sport-H
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DOLORES CLAIRE BASS-Voice Groups B. C, Eg Hobbies-
Dancing and 'Collecting Records, Favorite SportiBicycling, Ad-
mires-Friendly, Sincere People
EUNICE BELINKY-Discussion Club, Senior Sigma Iota: Voice
Group C, Favorite Diversion-Playing the Piano, Honor Student
LENA BELLINI-Journal Staff: M.M.M. '45, '46, Leader '44,
Foreword Representative '44, Bulletin Staf-f '46, Schaeffer Ball
Team '44, '45, Basketball '44, Distributive Education Class, Voca-
DANIEL B. BENJAMIN4Homeroom President, l0B, Vi-ce Presi-
dent, llA, Secretary, 1lB, Social Committee, l0B, l0Ag Inter-
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STANLEY JAY BERNSTEINfJunior Varsity '45, '46, Enjoys
All Sports, Particularly Basketball and Baseball
JACK BLANNER-Voice Groups B, D, Lunch Check Cashier,
IlliCl'CSiSiSWllTlIlllIlg, Hunting, Fishing, and Aeronautics
EDGAR L. BLUESTONE-Orchestra B, Young Magicians' Club,
Discussion Club, VVood Shop Club, Sigma Iota
LILLIAN BELLE BLUMENTHALiSigma Iota, Y-Teens, Inter-
fraternity and Sorority Council, VVar Bond Committee, Art Award,
FRANCIS X. BONASORTE-Football '44, '45, '46: Track '45. '46:
Favorite Sport-Baseball, Entered from Gladstone, Vocational
GERALD BORMAN-Library Club, Chess Club, German Club,
Literary Club: Favorite Sport-Basketball, Hobby-Chemistry
,VVST LEY E. BERMAN-Aviation Club, Favorite Sport-Foot-
ball, Admires-Friendship and Sportsmanship in People, Interest-
EDGAR H. BERNSTEIN-Senior Discussion Club, Track '45, '46,
'47, Qualitative Analysis Class, Vocational Ambition-Advertising
RAYMOND BRADY lavorite Sport Basketball: Hobby-Fislv
ing lzntciecl from Nlunhall High School 10B
SAMUEL B BRAHM VOIQC Group A C5 Male Chorus: Varsity
Club Track 'leam 45 46 47
JEAN MARIE BRASHEAR Homeroom Class President: Journal
Staff Foreword Representative Volley Ball '44: Baseball '4-1:
Favorite Sport Football Distributive Education Class
HERBERT BRASLEY Distributive Education Class: Interests-
JEAN BRECKENRIDGE Hi h Honor Student: Journal Staff!
Homeroom President Voice Groups A C E3 junior Leaders: Inter'
MANUEL L BRODIE Homeioom President: Favorite SportM
Football Inter Fraternity Sorority Council: Hobby - Collecting'
HERMAN 'DOIN BRONTZ-Hobby-Moclel Airplanes: Favorite
Haunt-4C1v1l Air Patrol Meetings: Anibition--Aeronautical Engineer
JOAN F. BROWN - Lunchroom Committee: Orchestras B, C3
MARTHA -BERNICE BROWN - Ura-matic English: Foreword
Representative: Lunchroom Patrol: Citizenship Committee, Chair-
man: Book Room Club
ELYNOR MAE BRUCE-High Honor Student: journal Staff: Or-
chestra A, C, E: Choir A, B: Soloist: Accompanist: Girls' Chorale
LOUISE BRYAN-Journal Art Class: 12B Home Room President
CHARLES BUECHLER-Hobby-Hunting: Favorite Sports-
Skating and Skiing
FIFLATNE M. BURKE-Voice Groups C, E, Favorite Sport-Table
JOHN CAIN-Stage Crew, Leaders '44, Intramural Basketball and
Volley Ball '46, Special Plastic Class
DOROTHY CAMERON-Voice Group C, Volley Ball '44, Inter-
RICHARD CAMPBELL-Football '44, '45, '46, Special Plastic
Class, Favorite Haunt-Coyne and Evans' Garage, Ambition-
Major League Baseball
ROBERT EDWARD CAMPBELLfFootiball '45, '46, Special Plas-
tic Class, Bulletin Staff, Ambition--Baseball with Red Sox
SHIRLEE CAPLAN--Camera Club, Microscope Club, Senior Sig-
ma Iota, Senior Leaders '46, Voice Group C, Ambition--Model
DEXTER M. CARR4Fntered from Gladstone, Hobby-Collecting
Portraits, Favorite Sport4Volley Ball, Future Prospects-Hamp-
ton Institute and Teaching
ADELINE CARRETTA4Uistriibutive Occupation Course, Favorite
ROSE GIOVANNA CARUSO-Majorette '44, '45, '46, '47, Head
Majorette '47, Homeroom Vice President, IZA, Homeroom Trea-
surer, 9B, 9A, Honor Student
MICHAEL F. CATALANO-Treasurer of 12A Homeroom, Hi-Y
Treasurer, Football '44, '45, '46, Basketball '44, '45, '46, '47
GEORGE CAWLEY-Group A, Male Chorus, Favorite Sport-
Baseball: Favorite Diversion-Singing and Dancing, Honor Student
JACK ERWIN CHABAN-Track Team '45, S-pecial Print Shop,
Vocational Ambition-Motion Picture Industry
EDNA RUTH CHILES-Foreword Staff, Basketball '46, Hobby
-Reading, Enjoyswlce Skating and Roller Skating, Entered from
VIRGINIA RUTH CHILLCOTT-Entered from Gladstone, ll V
Favorite Sp rl-Swimming, Vocational Ambition-Dress De' 1-
ing, Diversioi -'ewingt' Dancing, Reading. .
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AVELLYK CHI M ' ibrary Cl Amr Science Club,
resident, Seni Discus 'on lu' 5 Chess! f7Qualitative An:
Class, Favoritfef Sport-S 'im ' gg Voc onal Ambition-Che
Research, Honor Student X
JERRY CHOTINERiBasketball '5, '46, ,47j Intramural Basket-
ball Championship Team, St t Council, Homeroom President,
Inter-Fraternity-Sorority Co il, Honor Student
CLYDE L. CLARK-Homeroorn President, IZA, IZB, Microscope
Club, Football '44, Intramural Basketball '43, Track '46, '47, Track
REVA E. CLAIR - Class Play, Dramatic English, Secretary,
M.M.M.: Student Council, Bulletin Staff, Sigma Iota-Y-Teens,
Inter-Fraternity-Sorority Council, Favorite Diversion - Letter
ANITA S. CLOSKY-Entered from Pezubody, ll.-X, Inter-Frater-
nity-Sorority Council, Favorite S1NJI't?BZlSC-llilll
HARRY COHEN-Radio Club, President: lnter-Fraternity-Sorority
Council, Roosevelt 'Club
HELENE LEAH COHEN-French Club, Senior Discussion Club,
Senior Science Club, Senior Leaders, Senior Sigma Iota: Honor
INA JEAN COHEN-Class Play Cast, Dramatic English: Social
Committee, 'Microscope Club, Senior Discussion Club, Senior
Science Club, Senior Leaders, Honor Student
MARJORIE KAREN COHENAjournal Staff, Majorettes: Or-
chestra B, Senior Leaders, Volley Ball '44, '45, Tumbling '43, '44,
ROBERT A. COHEN-High Honor Student, journal Stuff: Builds
A, B, C, D, All-City Band, Senior Discussion Club, Moderator,
Chess Club, President: Senior Science Club, Qualitative Analysis
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DELORIS COLLINS-Entered from Gladstoneg Favorite Diversion
-Piano Playingg Hobby-Reading, Interests-Sewing and Dancing,
ANNA BARBARA CONNOR-Voice Groups A, B, C, Eg Ambition
-Nursing at St, Margaret's Memorial Hospital
ROBERT A. COOPER-High Honor Studentg Qualitative Analysis
'47g Vocational Ambition-Engineering, Favorite Sport-Baseball
THOMAS E. CORCORAN-Plastic Classg Leaders 'Club '44, '45g
Gym Team '44, '453 Football '46, Intramural Basketballg Volley Ball
RICHARD M. COSENTINO-Honor Studentg Journal Stafifg In-
tramural Championship Team, Captain: Vocational Interest-'Civil
Engineeringg Favorite Sport-Baseball, American Legion Award
NORMAN J. COWIE-Voice Groups B, C, Science Clubg Football
and Swimming Scoutg Favorite SportsfFootba1l and Boxingg Am-
! bition-Foreign Service
J U N E A C L A S S
CHARLES S. DAVIDSON-Group Ag Robe Committee Chairman,
Group Ag Track Team '45, '46g Honor Student
YETTA J. DAVIS-Voice Eg Intermediate Discussion Clubg Mod-
ern Danceg Junior Leaclersg Homerooim Secretary, 12B
ARLENE D. DEAKTER-Honor Student, Dramatic Englishg Sig-
ma Iotag Y-Teensg junior Discussion Clubg Volley Ball
KALMAINE DEAKTER-High Honor Studentg Dramatic -English:
Class Play Castg Cheer Leaders, junior Leaders, IZA Social Com-
MORTON B. DeBROFFFHonor Studentg Senior Discussion Clubg
Senior Science Club: Hobby-Stamp Collecting
ARTHUR DeMATTEO-Camera Club, Hobby - Airplanes, Fa-
vorite Sportsfliootball, Swimming, Baseball
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HOWARD A DEZEN Varsity Club Green Keyg Discussion Clubg
Swimming 43 44 45 46 47 Tiack 45 46, '47g VInter-Fratermty-
Sorority Lounul Vocational Ambition Business Career
MARILYN M DILLER Bulletin Staffg Voice Groups QA, CC
Girls Llioralc I ntnrul irom Munliall High Schoolg Honor Student
ALBERT DI NARDO Basketball 46 475 Vocational Ambitiond
Irofcssional Basketball lnjoys Bowlingg Entered from Glad-
JEAN DONOVAN Dramatic hnglish Class Playg Luncliroom
Patrol lrench Club Hobby Writiiig Stories-Favorite Hauntv
Caravan School of Theatre Arts Iavorite Sport-Hockeyg Voca-
GERALDINE L DOSEY journal Staffg Student Councilg Bul-
letin Staff Voice Groups A B C lf. Girls' Choraleg Microscope
THEODORE R DRUGA H1X Swimmingg Gymnastic Team:
Football 45 46 Vocational Ambition Draftsmang Certificate of
BRUCHE D N-High Honor Student: Vocational ixlllllltltllli
Nursing: O side Interest-Assisting in Kindergarten: Favorite
Haut ' rew Instituteg HobbywAni1nalsg Favorite Discussion!
L M+'Cll3III1JiOl1Shl13 Basketball Teams 9.-X, llllig Hobbvw
S1 rf, vorite Sport-Hockey V
U SE EDGE-Homeroom President: Orchestra .-X, ll: Senior
-e ers: Senior Sigma lotag .-Xll-City Orchestra: ,lunior Imariqrgg
ley Ball '43-'463 Basketball '43-'451 Received :Xllclerdice Ag
GILBERT R. ELES-Hi-Y: Engineers Clubg SXVlSSllCllll Comnmnity
Club: Vocational Ambition-Construction Engineerg Favorite Sport
PEARL LEE ELLIS-Basketllllll '46, ,471 Voflltiongll ,xlllhitirjlli
Beauticiang Favorite Sport-Basketball
GRACE LOUISE EVANS-Service Club: Hobbies-Rezuling' and
Bowling: Favorite Sport-Footbnllg Vocational .AX1nbitionwSeCre-
tary: Honor Student
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JACK FAUST-High Honor Studentg journal Staffg Radio Club
Qualitative Analysis Class, Favorite Sport-Swimming
GERTRUDE FEHL-High Honor Studentg journal Staffg M.M.M
Secretary, IZBQ Favorite ,Sport-Volley Ballg Hobby-Reading
Ambition-4Col1ege Careerg Enjoys-Travelling
WALLACE FELDMAN-Group Ag Orchestra Ag Discussion Cl-ub
Qualitative Analysis Classg Senior Science Clu-bg Hobby-Music
Favorite Orchestra-Boston Symphony
R SYLVIA C. FEIASER-Homerootm Secretaryg Hospital Aide, Vo
if cational Ambition-Teachingg Favorite Sport-Swimming
ROBERT A. FERKO-Football '44, '45, '46g Swimming '45, '46
Aviation Mechanical Engineer
JEANNE L, FINE-Voice Group B: Hospital Aideg Inter-Frater
EARL FEINGOLD-Bands H, C, D3 VVood Shop Clubg Science
Clubg Senior Discussion Clutbg Young Magicians Clubg Favorite
Sport-Boxingg Vocational Ambition-Psychologist
EDITH NAN FINEGOLD-Journal Staff, Foreword Representa-
tiveg Camera Club, Sigma Iota, Inter-Fraternity-Sorority Councilg
MARJORIE ANN FINEMAN-Class Play Castg Dramatic Eng-
lish: Student Council, Modern Danceg Sig-ma Iotag Frenc-h Club:
Senior Leadersg Basketball '46g Lunchroom Patrol, Vocational
RI-IODA FISHER-Art Club: Senior Science Clubg Favorite Sports
-Skating and Bowling, Vocational Ambition-Nursing
ELEANOR FLORIA-Honor Studentg M.M.M.g Hobby-Sewingg
Entered from Gladstoneg Hobby-Photography, Special Interest-
Sewingg Vocational Ambition-Secretary
JACK FLYNN-Football '44, '46: Hobby-'Collecting Ties, Voca-
tional Ambition-Doctorg Favorite Sport-Baseballg Varsity Foot-
Hobby-Sportsg Favorite Sport-Baseballg Vocational Ambition-
nity-Sorority Councilg Hobby-Collecting Menusg Favorite Sport-
PATRICE A. FLYNN-Majoretteg Favorite Diversion-Ice Skat-
ingg Favorite Sport-Baseball
ANGELINE T. FONZIwEntered from Gladstoneg Hockey Team
Interestse-Roller Skating and Musicg Hobby-Popular Record Col
lectiong Vocational An1bitionHTo Attend Business School
FRANK J, FRAIN, JR.--Swimming Team Manager '45, '46, '47
Track Team '-173 Discussion Clulbg Voice Group C5 Favorite Diver
Sl0I1+'1iI'0ll1bOIl6 Playingg Vocational Ambition-Law
DORIS FRANCIS-+M.M.M.g Hobby-Readingg Favorite Sport-
ELEANOR FRASER-Camera 'clllbl Y-Teens: Hospital Aideg
Hobby-Musicg Favorite Sport-aBowlingg Vocational Ambitionf
GLORIA FRIEDMAN-Honor Studentg Bookroom Club, President'
Sigma Iotag Senior Science Clulmg Hospital Aideg Hobby-Draw-
ingg Favorite Sport-Football
J U N E C L A S S
room Committeeg French Clubg German Club
Class Play Castg Hobby-eComposingg Advanced Art
FRANK FUNA-Intramural Championship Team, Captain: Hobby
-Bowlingg Favorite Sport4Football3 Vocational ixlllllltltlll'-Altu
AUDREY FURCRON - Favorite Iliversion-Reading3 Favorite
Sport-Skating: Entered from Gladstone, 1lBg Vocational Ambi-
DORIS JEAN GALBRAITH i lfntcrcd from VVcst View High
School: Vocational Ambition-To Train Horses: Hohliy4Collect-
' A . ing Horse Statues
Q 'iti fi 3, MARY GARNER-Entered from Gladstone: Favorite Sport-Hash
ketiballg Vocational Ambition-Hairdresser' Hobliygllancingg lin-
Joys Ice Skating
JANICE FRIEDMAN 4 Dramatic Englislig Modern Dance!
Senior Life Saving Group: Senior Leaders: Advanced .Nrtg Lunch-
JOSEPH FRIEDMANiHonor Student: Dramatic English Class:
JEANNE LOIS GIBSON-Favorite Sport-Roller Skating, Am-
CARL S. GLAQSS-Foreword Representative, IZB, Hobby-Coin
Collecting, Ambition-Business Man
WILLIS GOGNIAT-Track Team '45, Hobby--Photography, Fa-
vorite Sport-1Baslket'ball, Transferred from Gladstone -lr. High
School, l1tB, Honor Student
HAROLD GOLDMAN-Orchestra B, C, D, Swimming Team '43,
'44, Basketball Team '44, '45, '46, '47, Intramural Basketball, Am-
BERNICE JEAN GOLOMB--Voice B, C, Junior and Senior Sigma
Iota, Camera Club, Modern Dance, Senior Leaders, Basketball '46,
'47, Hospital Aide
STANLEY J. GOLDSTEIN-Homeroom President, "Artist Four",
Art Awards and Prizes in Scholastic Exhibitions, Favorite Sport-
Boxingg Ambition-Artist, Honor Student
OLLA GOREE Homeroom Secretary Treasurer, Favorite Sport-
Vocational Ambition-Secretary N
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PI-IYLIS GREIZMANMDramatic English, Stu ' Or-
chestra A, B, C: Trio, Quartet, All-City Orchestra, th Sym-
phony, Soloist '46, '47, Senior Discussion Club, Honor Student
ANNAJEAN GRIEVE-Voice B, C, All-City Girls' Choir, Micro-
scope Clufb, junior Leaders, Volley Ball, Basketball '44, '45, '46'
Senior Life Saving
ROBERT E. GRIEVE, JR.-Microscope Club, Leaders, President,
Hi-Y, President: Football '45, '46, Track '45, Intramural Basket-
ball and Volley Ball
EILEEN GROSS-junior Sigma Iota, ,Senior Sigma Iota, Y-
Teens, Hospital Aide, Favorite Sport-Baseball
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EDRIETA GRAHAM-Hobby4Daneingg Favorite Sport-Football,
MARION CAROL GRUENE Honor Student: journal Staff: Stage
Steneiy Scholastit -Xrt Awards lavorite Sport-Tennis: Hobbies
SHIRLEY GUSKY Vout C French Club: Charm Club: Favorite
Sport lu. Slxdllllg Hobby-Lollectmg Records: Ambition-Seere-
MONA LEE HAID Honor Student President of M.M.M.: jour-
nal Staif lasluon Sliou Microscope Club: Hospital Aides: Future
GUS A HARRIS laxorite Sport Hoekey: Hobby-Playing the
DORIS J HARKINS lavorlte Sport Roller Skating: Hobby-
Piano Ambition Professional Roller Skater x
GEORGE C HARRISON JR H1 h Honor Student: journal ,
Staff Homeroom Vice President 12B Voice Groups A, C, D: i
Microscope Club Qualitatiwe -Xnalysis 46: Hobby-eChemistry
EDITH H. HART-Library Club '44, '45, '-46: Senior Leaders '46,
'47: Volley Ball '46: Basketball '46, '47: Ambition4Seeretary
JACK H, HELFERiBand A, R, C. IJ, li: Marching Band: Varsity
Club: Track Manager '44, '45, '46, '47: Basketball Manager '45,
DOLORES HERSHMAN-Voice Group B: Sigma Iota: Favorite
SportwSwimming: Hobby-Playing the Piano: Future Prospects-
College or Business Sclmool
GLORIA CHARLOTTE HERTZ - journal Staff: Class Play,
Scenery: Student Council: Harmony Club: Intermediate Discussion
Club: Senior Discussion Club, Secretary '46: M.M.M.: Luncliroom
Committee: Volley Ball '44
SANDRA HIMELBLAU-llistributive Education: HobbyAl3ridge:
Works in Frank and Seder's
ALVIN I-IOLZER-Basketball '46, '47: Swimming: Intramural
Basketball, Champion Uuniorl: Voice H, C, ll: Homeroom Secre-
tary-Treasurer, lZB: Green Key: Varsity Club: Discussion Club
- 59 , , v-.
ELAINE K. HOLZMAN-Dramatic English, Discussion Cluvbj
JANICE HONEYFORD-Foreword Representative, Voice Groups
A, B, C, Eg Chorus, Favorite Sport-Footballg Vocational Am-
RUTH P. HOROVITZ-Service Clubg Homeroom Vice Presidentg
Social Committeeg Orchestra B3 Sigma Iota: Inter-Fraternity-
DEAN EVANS HOTHAM A Social Representative, 3653 Cheer
Leadersg Homeroom Vice Presidentg Microscope Clubg Hi-fCg
Track '46, '47g Swimming '46, '47
ESTHER ROSALIND jACOBSONiHigh Honor Student: Dra-
matic Englishg Lunchroom Committee: Usher Squadg Foreword
Representativeg Discussion Cliubg Sigma Iotag Camera Clubg Vo-
SORELIE ANN JACOBSON-Absence Bulleting Foreword Typistg
XVar Bond Conimitteeg Sigma Iota, Volley Ballg Soceerg Swimming
DOROTHY M, JAMISON-Homeroom Secretary: Social Coni-
mittee: Voice Group A, R, C, E: Girls Choraleg Hobby!-Dancing:
Favorite Sport-Siwiminiugg Honor Student
CHARLES G. JOHNSONfHomeroom Presidentg Commencement "'
Usher: Absence Bulletin Staffg Favorite Sports-Swimming, lfe N
Skating, Foothallg Vocational Ambition-Engineer X'
JAY N. JOSEPH--Home-room Treasurer: Orchestra' A. Cg Brass of J
Quartet, Discussion Clubg Chess Clubg Hobby Music
MARILYN KACHMAN---Dramatic Englislhg Voice Group A, C2
Y-Teens: Sigma Iota: Volley Ball '43g junior Leaders, Red Cross
BETTY KALB-Dramatic linglishg Orchestra A, B. Cg Senior
Leaders, Microscope Cluh: Senior Discussion Cluibg Senior Sigma
lotag Camera Clulh, Presidentg French Clubg Honor Student
JOHN FREDRICK KAPPLERfVoice Group A, B3 Male Chorusg
.174 WW1 an- -f 60 .-.. L.-,v,-7
MORTON KARELITZ Hobby Collecting Stamps: Favorite
PAUL KAUFMAN Track Team 46 47: Favorite Diversion-
'lraulin Vocational Ambition Iaw Favorite Sport-Track:
IIRGINIA G KELSEY Voice Groups C, E: Ambition-Profew
sional Accordionist lfavorite Sport Baseball
ERNEST T KENNEDY Voice Groups B, D: Student Lunch-
room Committee Iavorlte Haunt Print Shop: Favorite Sport-
FLORENNE BETTY KESSLER Dramatic English Class: Junior
Sigma lota Senior Sigma Iota Modern Dance '45, '46: Senior
FLORENCE KIMBALL Library Club Special Dance Group:
l axoritc Diversion Playing Piano Ambition-To Go to Tech
ROBERT A. KLEIN-Usher Squad: Student Council: lntranniral
Basketball Champions '44: Sigma Iota: Discussion Clu-lm: Micro-
ROBERT S. KLEIN - Honor Student: Student Council, Vice
President: Qualitative Analysis Class: Microscope Club: Student
Council Constitution Committee: Student Council Social Connnittec
SHIRLEY KLEIN-Vocational Ambition--Office VVork: Likes-
Dancing: Favorite Sports-Volley Ball, Skating, Bowling
CHARLOTTE RUTHE KLINE-Favorite Sport--Bowling: Voca-
tional Ambition-Sccretary: Hotbby-Dancing
DOLORES KLINEFELTER-Journal Staff: Bulletin Staff: Voice
Group C: Special Dance: Red Cross Worker
BARBARA JANE KNABLEYJournal Staff: l.llIlClll'O0lll Patrol:
Bulletin Staff: Homeroom Secretary, 1213: Special llanceg Honor
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EVELYN ANN KUZMA-Honor Studentg Foreword Staff: Or-
chestra B, C: Microscope Club, Cheer Leaders '45, '46, '47, Inter-
BURTON LABOVICKA-lnterestecl in Sportsg Vocational Ambition
KARL KOHL-Dramatic English, Lunchroom Patrol, Microscope
Club? 'Stage Crewg Hobiby-Collecting Match Booksg Vocational
ELORENCE KOURN-Journal Art Staff, Junior Sigma lotag Senior
Sigma Iotag Senior Science Club, Treasurer, Hospital Aide
RI'1fA KOTTLER-Hockey '46g lnter-Fraternity-Sorority Councilg
junior Leaders, Special Danceg Ushers Club, Voiqg E
ELAINE HOPE KRAMER4Frcnch Clubg journal Staffg junior
ISISSUSSIOI1 Club, Junior Leaders, Orchestra Ag Srhield '44, Honor
HARVEY KROVITSKY-Harmony Classg Voice Ag Male Chorusg
Favorite Diversion-Sportsg Favorite Haunt, 4123 Hobby-Photog-
BERNARD L. KRUM-Homeroom President, IIB, IUBQ Varsity
Clubg Track '45, '46g City Track Champion '45, '46g Football '46
HARRY LABOVITZ, -A Voice C, B, Football Manager '42, '442
Favorite Orchestra-Stan Kenton
JERRY LABOVITZ-eClass Play Castg Dramatic Englishg Lunch-
room Patrol: Voice B. C, Dglntermediate Discussion Club: Senior
Discussion Club: Senior Science Clubg Chess Club, President:
EDWIN DANIEL LANGUE-Student Council, Ushers Club, Sec-
retary l1Ag Homeroom Vice President, IZBQ Track '46, '47g Green
Keyg Inter-Fraternity-Sorority Council
EARL M. LATTERMANAHigh Honor Student: Senior Class
Presidentg Foreword Staff: Student Couneilg journal Staff, Or-
chestra Ag Green Key, Science Club: Cheer Leadersg Swimming
Team '453 Basketball '45, '46, '47
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NATALIE RUTH LAUFE W Honor Student: Senior Discus-
sion Club: Science Club: Camera Club: Sigma Iota: Ho'bbyiCol-
lecting Newspaper Headlines
JANET BARBARA LEATHEMijournal Staff: Foreword Staff.
Co-liditor: Senior Discussion iClu'b: Sigma Iota: German Club:
Ifrench Club: Voice Group C, Eg Volley Ball '44
ELEANOR LEBOVITZ-Faslliion Club: Junior Sigma Iota: Senior
Sigma Iota: .ltmior Discussion Club: Favorite Sport-Volley Ball
JOSEPH S. LENCHNER-aCertificate -of Merit: Microscope Club:
Senior Discussion Clutb: Intermediate Discussion Club: Senior
Science Clu-b, Treasurer: Science Club of America: Qualitative
Analysis Class: Radio English: Columbia School of the Air: Quiz
DOLORES ANN LEVICK-Honor Student: Senior Sigma Iota:
Senior Science Club: 'Counciilettesg Hobby - Reading: Favorite
AUDREY LEVINE-Orchestra B, C, D: Senior Leaders: Modern
Dance: Volley Ball: Basketball: Favorite Diversion-VVatcbing
ball: Honor Student
MARCIA ANN LEVINE lortuorcl lvpmg., Stiff Xbsenu Bul
letin Staff: Voice Group B junior and Stmor Sigma Iota Camera
Club: Young' Magicians X Teens Honor Studtnt
ROSABELLE LEVITE Dr'iin1tn Ifnglisli Motion Picturc Llub
Fundwitli-VVords Uluib Councilcttes laxorite Sport Swimming
Favorite Haunt-The Hangout Ilonor Studcnt
ARLENE SALLY LEVY X ltcns Noting 'Xlagnulis Llub Sen
ior Leaders: Inter-Fraternity Sororitv Council Sports Vollcy Ball
BETTY LOU LEVY H1 li Honor Student Iournal Xrt Fditor
Majorettesg Foreword Reprcstntitiwe Stllllll' leadcrs Trcasnrer
IZB: Microscope Club, Ccrtificatc of Reno mtion
MARVIN LEVY--Orchestra R L D Microscope Cl b Sigma
Iota: Football Manager 45 46 lntcr lratcrmtx Soioritv Council
KAY WAYNE LEWIS Xonc Kroup N laxoritc Sport Basket
LOIS MARILYN LEWIS - Social Committee, Discussion Club,
Senior Sigma Iota, Senior Leaders, Y-Teens, lnter-Fraternity-
Sorority Council, Honor Student
ROSEMARIE LEY-Favorite Sport-Golf, Hohbyfllancing, Mu-
SHIRLEY L. LINDEN-journal Staff, Usher Squad, Choirs A,
B, C, Eg Girls' Chorale, Senior Sigma Iota, HolrhyQCollecting'
GERALD LOEVNER-Camera Club: Student Council, IOB, Inter-
Fraternity-Sorority Council, Ambition4Business Man, Honor Stu-
HERBERT LOVEA-Band A, Marching Band, All-City Band,
Favorite SDOl't4FO0tb3llQ Vocational Ambition--Surveyor
HELEN JEAN LOWMAN-journal Staff: l-lomeroom Treasurer
IZB, IZA, Microscope Cluib, Volley Ball '44, '45, '46, Basketball
'45, '46, '47, Senior Leaders, Social Chairman, Special Dance, Ad-
vanced Fashion Group, Honor Student
ELEANOR LUBIN qloulnal Xit Staff junior Sigma Iota, Senior
Sigma Iota, Hobby4lJress Designing, Favorite Haunt-Hangout
RAMSEY MACDONALD4Hohihies-Baseball and Football, Fa-
xorite llaunt4Homeg Future Prospect-Armed Forces
DOMINIC J. MAGLEREH- Honor Student, Hohby-Mechanical
llraxvingg Favorite Sport-Baseball, Vocational AmbitionfEngi-
CHARLOTTE L. MAJOR--journal Art Staff, Stage Design and
Scenery, Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer, Foreword Representa-
tive, Volley Ball '43, '44, '46, In-ter-Fraternity-Sorority C0llIIC1l
MARION MANDELiHulletiu Staff, Voice Group C. E, Orchestra
EZ junior Chorus: Modern Dance Club, Service Club, Favorite
CARMEN P. MARBELLA-Favorite Sports4Football and Box-
ing, Hobby-Fixing Automobiles, Amhition!Auto Mechanic
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HELEN B. MARCUS+Voice Group B, Soloist, -Camera Club,
Junior Sigma Iota, Community Sing Program, Certificate of Merit
for Homeroom Guidance
ROSE ELAINE MARTIN-M.M.M., Favorite Sport-Bowling:
Hobby-Singing, Vocational A1n'bition-Secretary
AILEENE MATTES-High Honor Student: Journal Art Staff:
Dance Club: German Club, Senior Leaders, Volley Ball '44, '45,
'46, Basketball '45, '46, '47
FRANK MATUSZESKI-Orchestra A, Favorite SportiBasket-
ball, Hobby - Making Things, Admircs - Independent, Truthful
ELIZABETH MAWHINNEYijourual Staff, Gym Leader, Voice
Groups A, B, C, E, Girls' Chorale, Corresponding Secretary, Inter-
Frateruity-Sorority Council, A Cappella Choir, Honor Student
SONYA MAZER-Hospital Aide, Volley Ball '43, Hockey '47,
Sig-ma Iota, Hobby-Music, Vocational Ambition-Teaching
WILLIAM C. MCCANDLESS-Microscope Club, President, Band
A, Aviation Club, Honor Student
DOROTHY G. MCCLEAN-M.M.M., Senior Leaders, Activity
Club, 214, Favorite Sport-Swimming, Hobbyfllrawing, Enjoys-
MICHAEL J. MENDELSOHN-High Honor Student, President
Homeroom '46, '47, Voice Groups A, B, IJ, Male Chorus-Hobby--
Records, Favorite Sport-Baseball
HERSCHEL MERENSTEIN 3 Footfball '45, Basketball '46, '-172
Favorite Sport-Basketball, Hobby-All Sports, Basketball Letter
ONA MERVIS-Foreword Representative, l0A, Student Council
IOA, IOB, Voice Groups C, E, French Cluib, Vocational Ambition-
PEGGY ANN METZEL-Class Play, Dramatic English: Lunch-
room Patrol, Sigma Iota, Voice Groups A, R, C, lf: All-City
Girls' Chorus, Majorettes, American Legion Award, Honor Student
JEROME MILLER-journal Stafifg War Bond Committeeg Band
Ag Marcfliing Bandg Intramural Basketballg Honor Student
ROSLYN CLAIRE MILLER-Group BQ Senior Discussion Clubg
Hockey Teamg Sigma Iotag Favorite Sport-Tennis
ESTHER R. MILLSTONE-Vocational Ambition-Modelingg En-
joys-All Sportsg Hobby-Qllollecting Jewelry
HANNAH M. MINTZ-journal Staffg Voice C, Ei Special Dance
Clubg Intermediate Discussion Clubg Senior Discussion Clubg Girls'
Intramural Activitiesg Hospital Aideg Inter-Fraternity-Sorority
Councilg Honor Student
ESTHER V. MOLNAR-Orchestra A: Hobbies-Dancing, Re J
ing, Observingg Vocational Ambition-Teletypistg Favorite Diie - up h
PERRY MOORE-Track. Ieamg Favorite Sport-Football'Q:Iobby
Stamp Collcctinh, Ambition Druggist
QHARLES METZGER-Favorite Sport-Baseballg Hobby-Read-
ingg Special Interest-Historyg Vocational Ambition-Machinist
GRETE S. METZGER-Usher Cluibg Orchestra C3 Voice Eg Y-
Teens: Junior Leadersg Favorite Sport-Swimmingg Vocational
JUDITH RIVA MEYER-journal Staffg Foreword Staffg Band
Ag Senior Science Clubg Senior Leadersg Athletic Point Leader:
Senior Discussion Clulbg Honor Student
NORMA MEYER-Homeroom Treasurer, llA, 12Bg Voice B, C,
Eg Sigma Iotag Dance Clubg Favorite Sport-Bowlingg Ambition-
EDWIN H. MILLER-Voice B3 Football '45, '46, '47g Basketball
'43g 12B Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer
GERALD I. MILLERH4Hobby Musicg Favorite Sport--Baseballg
Favorite Orchestra-Boston Symphony: Favorite Haunt-Nixon
Tlheatreg Ambition-4Pl1armacyg Honor Student
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GEORGIANNE MORGAN-Voice B, C, E, Hockey Team '46,
Volley Ball '44, Ambition-To Tour the World, Hobby-Collecting
HAROLD C. MORGAN - Microscope Club 3' Gymnastic Team,
Chess Club: Radio Club, Foreword Representative '43, '44, Museum
Natural Science Club, Honor Student
LOIS JEAN MORGANw-Favorite Sport-Ice Skating, Vocational
Ambition-Air Hostess, Hobby-Collecting Best Sellers
SHELLEY J. MOROV-Voice A, B, Basketball Squad, Hobby-
Musical Recordings, Amibition-To Be a Vocalist, Future Prospects
WILLIAM MOZEIK-Basketball '46, '47, Transferred from Buffalo,
New York, '46, Hobby-Photography, Plays-Clarinet, Vocational
WALTER F. MUNHALL, JR.-Vice President, Senior Class, Stu-
dent Council, Student Council Problem's Committee, Social Repre-
sentative IZA, 12B, llA, 11B, Swimming Teams '46, '47, Journal
Staff, Bureau of Recreation Swimming Team, Honor Student
MARGARET L. .MURDZAK-M.M.M., Activities Group, 214, Fa-
vorite Sport-Swimming, Received-Three Merits of Honor, Am-
ROBERT G.. MUSI.LLO-Entered from Gladstone, llB, Favorite
Sport-Hunting: Enjoys-Swim-ming and Dancing, Vocational Am-
BERNARD G. NAIMARK-Young Musicians Club, Usher Squad,
Erack'lTeam '44, '45, Favorite SporthBasketball, Inter-Fraternity
GLADYS M. NAU-Journal Art Staff, Advanced Art, Favorite
Sport-Swimming, Scholastic Art Mention, Class Play Scenery,
Vocational Am1bitionMConunercial Artist
JACK M. NESVISKY-Track '46, Favorite Sport-Basketball,
Inter-Fraternity Council, Vocational Ambition-Pharmacist
ALBERT NEWBERG-Favorite Sport-Bowling, Vocational Am-
bition-Business Man, Distributive Education
JOHN S. NICOLELLA-Homerooni Vice President, IOA, 11Bg
Microscope Clubg Hi-C5 Favorite SportAFootballg Vocational Am-
JAMES F. NOLDEN-Voice A, B: Hi-'CQ Favorite Sport-Foot-
ballg Future Prospect-Engineeringg Hobby-Airplane Building
KATHLEEN NORRIS-Voice B, C, E3 All-'City Girls' Clhoirg
Homeroom President, IZB, l1Bg Homerooni Vice President, lOAg
Sold-Defense Stamps and Football Tickets, Sigma Iota
GRACE O'BRIEN-Favorite Sport-Swimming, Hobby-Collecting
Photographsg Enjoys-Dancing and Swimmingg Vocational Am-
PAUL O'BRIEN-High Honor Studentg Student Couneilg Micro-
scope Clubg Discussion Club, Moderatorg Senior Science Club
JOHN ORRIS-Voice A, B, C, D5 Vocational Ambition-Radio
MAGDALENE ISALLAY Entered from Gladstoneg Favorite
Sport-Baseballg Intcrestswllancing, Bowling, All Sports
FRANCES SYLVIA PARANSKY--Entered from Fairfax Hallg
Inter-Fraternity-Sorority Conncilg Hobbies-Dancing and Swimming
DOROTHY E. PARFITT--Journal Staff, Voice A, C, Eg Girls'
Chorale, All-City Girls' Chorusg Junior Leaders Club, Volley Ball
EARL PARKER-HobbyAStamp Collecting: Favorite Sport-
Baseballg Vocational Anibition-Television Technician
BARBARA PENNEY - Favorite Sport - Swirnmingg Vocational
Ambition-Retail Sellingg Entered from NVCStlI1g'l1OllSCQ Honor
ALBERT PEOPLES-lintcred from Gladstoneg Hobby!-Huntingg
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JOAN M. PETERSEN--High Honor Student, journal Staff,
Qualitative Analysis Class, Announcer for Fall Orchestra Program?
Hobby-Collecting Post Cards, Future Plans-P.C.W. and Teaching
VICTORIA PHELPS-Voice B, Favorite Diversions-Reading and
Drawing, Enjoys-dfiancing, Vocational Ambition-Artist
EILEEN PICKARD-Favorite Sport-Swimming, Hobby-Sports
EDITH PRIZENT-High Honor Student, Journal Staff, Foreword
Staff, Editorial XVritcr, Student Lunchroom Patrol, Director, Voice
Groups B, C, E, All-City Chorus, Magicians Club, Sigma Iota:
Discussion Club, junior and Senior Leaders
CHARLES PROVAN-HHOIIICTOOIII President, IZA, IZB, Bands A.
B, Hi-Y, Secretary, Football '45, '46, Track '47, Varsity Club
HENRI A. PRUSZINOWSKI-Voice A, Soloist, French Club'
German Club, Diversions-Singing, Listening to Music, Ambition
-1Musical Training or Psychological Study, Honor Student
URTON RAPPORT Band A, Orthcstra A, Swing Band, Hobby
-Trumpet Playing, Coin Collecting, Ambition-Busincssman
JEAN A. ROACH-Senior Vollcy Ball Team '-46: Ambition-Com-
mercial Artist, Future Prospect-Art School, Hobby-Oil Painting
FLORINE ESTELLE ROBBINSHOrchcstra A, All-City Orches-
tra, All-County Music Festival, Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Or-
chestra, Majorette '44, '45, '46, '47, Modern Dance, Sigma Iota
MARGARET E. ROBERTS-Voice Group A' Girls' Chorale' S
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cial Dance, Plays-Piano and Organ, Hobby--Dancing
RUSSELL E. ROBERT
scope Club, Baskctroom '44, '45, '46, '47: PlayswTuba
SON-Band A, Marching Band, Micro-
PEGGY A. ROONEY-Volley Ball '46, Vocational Ambition-
Secretary, Hobby-Dancing, Plays-Piano, Enjoys-Discussing'
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BARBARA ROSEN-Homeroom Secretary, 9A, Voice Groups B,
C, E, Orchestra. C, All-City Girls' Choir, Modern Dance, Inter-
liraternity-Sorority Council, Honor Student
ELKAN ROSEINBERG - Dramatic English, Social Committee,
Homeroom Social Committee, Orchestra A, Cooking Club
MAURICE ROSENBLUM-Class President, l0B, IOA, IIB, Fore-
word Representative, 9A, Treasurer, IOA, l0B English Play, Inter-
ANDREW ROSSI-I-Iomeroom Secretary, llB, llA: Favorite Sport
-Foot-ball , Hobby-Dogs
SAMMY ROTH - High Honor Student, Journal Staff? Cheer
Leaders, Homeroom President, IZB, IZA, Orchestra A, B, C,
Microscope Club, Swimming '43
HERBERT D. ROTHMAN-Dramatic English, Class Play, Home-
room President, IOA, Sigma Iota, Inter-Fraternity-Sorority Coun-
SHIRLEY M. ROWLkNDfVoice Groups B, C, Hobby-Piano,
Favorite Sport--Football, Entered from Mifflin Elementary School,
ELEANOR LOUISE RUBIN-1M.M.M., Discussion Club, Sigma
Iota: Hobby-Bridge, Certificate of Recognition, Favorite Sport-
Baseball, Honor Student
RICHARD MICHAEL RYABIK-Swimming Team '45, '46, '47,
Gym Team '45, Hobby-Painting, Interested in Metal Craft and
JAMES RYAN-Hobby-Collecting Records, Favorite Sports-
Football, Basketball, Baseball, Ambition-To Join the Army
MARCIA SACHS-journal Staff, Student Council Social Com-
mittee, Usher Squad, Sigma Iota, Favorite Sport-Golf, Hobby-
Playing Piano, Ambition-Secretary
GRACE JOANNE SALZMAN - High Honor Student, Journal
St ff Editor, Foreword Staff, Editor, l2lB Social Committee,
Student Council Social Committee, Orchestra A, B, Senior Lead-
ers, Qualitative Analysis Class, Usher Squad, All-'City Orchestra,
Student Council Problems Committee, Bulletin Writer
DOLORES M. SAVAGE-Voice Group B, Senior Sigma Iota,
Hobby-Collecting Rare Records
ALLAN W. SCHULTZ - Dramatic English, Lunchroom Com-
mittee, Voice Groups A, B, C, D, Male Chorus, Boys' Cooking
Club, Aviation Club
WILLIAM W. SCHWARTZ-Class President, 9A, Vice President
IOB, IIB, Student Council, Intramural Basket-ball, Vocational Am-
MICHAEL SECOLIHMicroscope Club, Favorite Sport-Football,
GLADYS SEGAL-Honor Student, Defense Stamps Committee:
Voice Groups C, E, Favorite Sport-Swimming, Discussion Club
TEMA R. SEIDMAN-Honor Student, Dramatic English, Student
Council, Lunchroom Patrol, Orchestra A, B, C, Senior Discussion
Club: Majorettes, Senior Leaders, Basketball '43-'46, Volley Ball
JANICE SEINER-High Honor Student, journal Art Staff, Dra-
matic English, 12B Social Connnitt-ee, Foreword Staff, Art Editor,
Student Council, President, Scope Club, Usher Squad, Sigma Iota,
KATHERINE MARGARET SHACKELFORD-Voice Groups B,
C, E, All-'City Girls' Chorus, Sigma Iota, German Club, junior
MARY SHAPERO-Distritbutive Education Class: Favorite Sport--
Baseball, Vocational AmbitioniReal Estate Agent
MARILYN SHERMAN N Journal Staff, Foreword Staff, Voice
Groups B, C, E, Certificate of Merit, Peace Day Award, Voca-
tional Ambition-Psychologist, Honor Student
DONALD SHERRILL-Dramatic English, Homeromn President:
Bands A, B, C, Marching Band, Microscope Club, Vice President:
Cheer Leaders '45, '46, Vocational Ambition-Radio Announcer,
PHYLLIS H. SHUSSETT-Orchestras A, B, Y-Teens: Hobby--
Music, Favorite Sport-Swimming, Vocational Ambition-Secrw
,A 7 1 -,, - ,
MELVIN SIEGEL-Cheer Leaders '46g Favorite SportwHockeyg
RUTH KING SIGAL-Foreword Representativcg Modern Danceg
Favorite Sports-Football and Hockeyg Vocational Ambition-
JERRY SILVERMAN-Band A3 Marching Bandg Orchestra Ag
Voice Group Ag Male Cliorusg HY" Choral Group
HARRY J. SIMMONS-Football '45, Hobby-Sportsg Favorite
Sport-Footballg Entered from Gladstone, 11B
JEROME J. SIMON-Usher Squadg Defense Stamps Committee,
junior Varsity Basketball, Favorite Sport-Basketball
GEORGE L. SIMONS-Hobby-Old Carsg Favorite Sport-Swim-
ming, Vocational Ambition-Architect
STANLEY H. SIMONSU-journal Staff: Foreword Staffg Student
Council, Student Council Social Committee, Treasurer, 10th Gradeg
Senior Discussion Clubg Vocational Amrbitiondjournalismg Honor
MARY LOIS SMILLIE-Bulletin Staffg Homeroom Vice Presi-
dentg Favorite Sport4Baseballg Vocational Ambition-Secretary
JAMES L, SMITH-Dramatic Englishg Hotneroom Vice President,
1lBHPrcsident, 1lAg Chess Clubg French Clubg Microscope Clubg
Football '46, Swimming '46g Honor Student
ANITA MAE SMOLEVITZfService Clubg Bulletin Staffg Or-
chestras A, C, D, Eg All--City junior Orchestrag Y-Teens
JERRY SMOLOVITZ-Homeroom Treasurerg Basketball '45, '46,
'473 Favorite Diversion-Playing Basketball
CHARLES MARK SOLOF-Dramatic English: Class Playg Lunch-
room Patrolg Foreword Staff: Usher Squad: Sigma Iotag Swim-
ming '44-'46g IZB SOCi3Jl'C01'lll11ll1tCCI Student 'Councilg Honor Student
LILLIAN MARY SOLTEZ-Senior Life Savingg Favorite Diver-
sion-Swimmingg Vocational Ambition-Secretary
ROBERT SOZANSKIwHo'bbies-Photography and Radiog Favorite
Sport-Footballg Vocational Ambition-Engineer
HARRY M. SPECTOR-journal Staffg Senior Science Clnlwi Uiil-
cussion Club: German Clubg Chess Clnbg Co-organizer of Senior
Science Clufbg Honor Student
RUTH PEARL SPECTOR-Luncliroom Patrolg Orchestras A, B,
C, D3 Library Clubg Sigma Iotag German Clubg Volley Ball '-423
MITCHELL SPERLING-journal Staff! Homeroom Treasurer:
Discussion Clubg Intramural Basketball '47g Vocational Ambition--
JOHN L. SPIEGEL-Discussion Clubg Track Team '-465 Intramural
Basketball: Vocational Ambition-Lawyer
HERBERT N. SPOKANE-Motion Picture Club: Favorite Sport
-Volley Ballg Enjoys-Basketball
JOHN J. STANZIANO-Football '45, '-16: Interested-Sportsg En-
tered from Gladstone
ANITA STEIN-Voice Group B: Favorite Diversion-Music: Fa
vorite Sport-Ice Skating: Vocational Ambition-Singer
ua itatlwe nalysis Class, Student Council, Intermediate Dis-
cussion Clulbg Class Play 'Cast
PAUL ALAN STEINMAN-High Honor Pupil: Dramatic English'
Q 1. . Y A K. , I . I . .
JOCELYN STERN-Hockey Club: Enjoys-Skating: Favorite Di-
version-Dancingg Vocational AmbitioniSecretary
EDWARD HARTLEY STEUER-Track Team '45, '-473 Chess Club'
Swimming '453 Homeroom Vice President, IOAQ Sigma Iota: Stu
Z----7 73 -t.T .Y- .-.,,
,IOHN W. STINSOIV-Vice President Homeroom, Voice Group A,
Scope'Club, Swimming, Gymnastics, Favorite Diversion-Base-ball,
VIRGINIA L. STOEIIR-Entered.from Wilkinsburg High, 11B,
?0b3JYEC0ll6Ci1ng King Cole Trio Records, Favorite Sport-
EVELYIV M. SUDINA-M.M.M., Lunchroom Patrol, Voice Group
BJASDCCI-H1 Dance, Volley Ball '46, Certificate of Recognition, Vo-
IRIS LORRAINE SUKOLSKY - Disrritbutive Education Class:
FRANK W. TAYLOR-Band A, Orchestras A, B, Hobby-Sports,
Ambition-To Be a Good Drummer, Vocational Ambition-Drafts-
LARRY THORPE-JChess Club, Discussion Club, Tennis '47, Fa-
vorite Sport-Tennis, Vocational An1bitionWl.aWyCl'l Honor Student
ROBERT TOMANIO4Hobby-Saying Sports Pictures, Favorite
THOMAS E. TOVEY - Homeroom Vice President, Microscoipe
Club, Green Key, Vice President, Hi-Y, Vice President, Varsity
Club, Basketball '45, '46, '47, Football '44, '45, Basketball Captain
THOMAS T. TRIMMER--Senior Class Treasurer, Homeroonl
President, Hi-Y, Green Key, Varsity Club, Microscope Club,
Football '44, '45, '46, High Honor Student
SARALY MITZI TYRNAUER-Dramatic English, Junior and
Senior Sigma Iota, Modern Dance, Camera Club, Senior Leaders,
Basketball '46, '47, Hospital Aide
ELIZABETH E. UZONYI-Book Room Club, Voice Groups C,
E, Senior Leaders, Basketball '46, Foreword Representative,
Enjoys-Swimming and Dancing
WILLIAM VESHANCEY4Group A, B, C, Male Chorus, Hobby
-Photography, Favorite Sport-Football
'M' 74 A' N
DOLORES J. WALKER-Hobby-Reading': Favorite SportABas-
STANLEY B. WATT - Homeroom Vice President: Microscope
Club: Track Team '45, '-17: Hobby-Pencil Sketclhingg Vocational
ALBERT B. WEINER-Jouriial Staff: Defense Stamps Committee:
Homeroom Vice President: Orchestras B, C, D: Swimming '42
THOMAS J. WEIR'-'HLIIIISFOOHI President: Hobbies-Hunting and
PHYLLIS A. WEISS-Latin Clufb: Favorite Diversion-Dancing:
Favorite Sport-Swimming: Vocational Amfbition-Mathematician:
ROBERT S. WHITMAN-Class Play: Dramatic English: Book
Room Club: Microscope Club: Senior Science Club: Hobby-
K JUNE CLASS
. LOIS H. WINER-Baiid B: Senior Discussion Club: Majorettes:
Charm Club: Volley Ball '45: Vocational Ambition-Actress
PAULA HELEN XVOLLNER-Lunchroom Patrol: M.M.M.: De-
fense Stamps Committee: Favorite Sport-Swimming: Certificate
BRUCE J. WOODS-Homeroom Treasurer: Hi-C Club: Favorite
Sports-Swimming and Football
3 CHARLES A. WOODS-Stage Crew: Hi-C: Swimming '44-'-17:
Hobby-Flying: Swimming Letter
JOAN BETH WORLEY-Journal Staff: journal Art Staff: Fore-
word Staff: Homeroom Vice President: Placement in Scholastic
Exhibition: Vocational Ambition-Cartoonist
PAUL WELCH-Entered from Gladstone, IIB: Favorite Sport-
EDWARD F. WORRAL4Homeroom Secretary: Hi-Y: Varsity
Club.: Microscope Club: Football '-16: Hotbby4Collecting Biological
QUEENIE WYANT-Voice Group B: Hobby-Art: Entered from
Gladstone, llB: Vocational Ambition-Stcnograpliy
PAUL B.A WYNETT-Caniera Club: "Artists Four": Homeroom
Vice President: llobbyfaljrawingg Vocational Ambition-Drawing:
MARGARET YALCH-Voice Group C: Hobby-Collecting Per-
fume Bottles: Vocational AnrbitionMStenograpl1y
ARTHUR YANN, JR.--Intramural Clliaxnpionsliip Team: Favorite
JOHN C. YELOUSHAN-Picture Machine Operator, Auditorium:
Hobby4VVood Cutting: Favorite Sport-Hockey: Certificate of
JAMES YOUNG Orrllcstra X, ualxtative Analysis Class:
Hobby-Model Airplanes: Honor Student
IRENE GEORGIA YOURGAS - M.M.M., President: Dramatic
English, Secretary: Class Play, Student Manager: Hobby-Music
CAROLINE ZAPPA--Hobby-Sewing: Enjoys-Football, Baseball,
Movies: Entered from Gladstone, llB: Vocational Ambition!
CLAIRE BLUM ZELIGMAN-Honor Student: Dramatic English:
M.M.M.: Library Club: Lunczliroom Patrol: Sig-ma Iota: Hobluyaf
Scouting: Vocational Ambition-Nursing
MILDRED ZERELSTEIN!Forewortl Staff Typist: Library Club:
Service Club: Sigma lota: Bulletin Staff: Vocational Ambitionf
MARGARET ZIHAL4Honor Student: Journal Staff: Foreword
Representative: Student Council: Bulletin Staff: Volley Ball:
Service Club: Vocational AmbitionfSecretary
ALTHA A. ZEILER f-Bullctin Staff: llomeromn Treasurer and
Sccrctaryg Vocational :Xin-hition41'rivate Secrctaryg Honor Student
RALPH ZIVIELLO-Hobby--lDrawing3 Favorite Sport4Bascballg
BERNARD Z. CAPLAN-Favorite Sport-Baseballg Hobby-
Sportsg Ambitiongiiollegc for Business Administration.
BERNARD LEFF-Lunchroom Committee: Football '44, '-15: Var-
sity Clubg Favorite Sport-Footiballg Vocational Ambition-Dentist
WILLIAM N. ADAMS-Voice Group H3 Football '46: Track '46g
Swimming '46, '47g Enj0ys+Music: Vocational Ambition-Arcliitcct
LUZ6 H6155 0lZ0l' 10
Betty Lou Levy
Robert S. Klein
Paul H. Kaufman
Kay Wayne Lewis
Ada Lou Abelson
George Cawley .
Ina Jean Cohen
Mona Lee Haid
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Teacher-Mr. August K. Winterling
President ..........,.........,....,... 4 ,..., ...,.4.4.4.....,....,..,....,.....,...,.. S tanley Goldstein
Vice President .s,,.
Secretary , 4.A,...., . . ,.4... ,.
Foreword Representative .,...,.........
Student Council Representative ...... ...i.....,, G loria Hertz
Social Committee ...,..i...........................,......,....,...,....,...,.,........., Ruth Horovitz
In certain prominent qualities,
Some people highly rateg
To find these definite specialties.
Go to Room 228.
And there y0u'll find:
Herbie Ar1z0ld's super looks:
llla-lly Feldmaifs music books:
Sclzwarfs and Parker, rays of joyg
fllau Schull: our flying boyg
Key Lewis' curly red hairg
The glances Elkic and Ruthie share:
Rapport and his precious hom:
And even Burt La B0'vick's corn:
Sweet manner of Ruth Cliillcoffs ways:
The good sense Cosentino displays:
Leffs and CG'26l'lf'jlJ5 wits so dry:
Swimmer Fvrko, rather shyg
Fzma arriving after nine:
Kazrfnzfan, always right on time:
.lrroma Millmds crazy expressions:
Doris Harkiifs "True Confessionsu:
Our sincere football hero, Franj
His friend DiNr1rd0, the ladyls mang
The quiet efficiency of Gloria Hvrfsq
Clzarlofte Marjorlr wrap-around skirts
Sorvlie .IIICOIPSOIIYX shining black bangs
The way Lillian l3l11111entl1al's white
Carefree and likeable Art lyllllllf
Pin up pix by our artist Stmig
Proud and sharp frat boy Drsmzg
Estlzcfs smile forever teasin'1
Rosie Martiifs tale of dates:
folzimie Spiegel, he'll always rate:
loan lfV0rl0y's winsome personality:
Arlene Dcaktefs sweet formality:
But of all the things we'll leave behind
And equal will be hard to find.
For our homeroom teacher Mr. XVinter-
lVe'll miss him above everything.
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Teacher-Miss Dorothy Albert
President ....,.....,.............,.....,..,.A.........................,............,....,.,....,.,, Sammy Roth
Vice President ...,....A..,..... .....A...,. Earl Latterman
Secretary-Treasurer A................,...., .,,,..............,.,... .....,..,.,. . -X lvin Holzer
Foreword Representative ,.,............ . ..,.....,..............,, LaVerne Aussenberg
Student Council Representatives. , .. ...,.,, Robert S. Klein. Grace Salzman
Social Committee ..,. .,.., .. .. ....,,,.,.,.......,...,.,.., A .........,........, Grace Salzman
K nowledge, thatls how our Ear1's been gifted,
With leading hand, class worries he's lifted.
N ext comes Gracie, personality plusg
VVhere scintillates laughter, there also is Gus.
O ver-all sweetness is shown by Elaine,
Allderdice's loss is college's gain.
W on't we remember our Marjorie Ann?
She's always helping wherever she can.
S onya's jolly, she laughs at our jokes.
To like her there's none you need ever coax.
O pportunity for our Hannah awaits.
l-ler answers are witty, and she sets the gaits.
M ickey is charming, delightfully sweet,
To have scores of friends to her is no feat.
E very class has an all-around guy,
XVith us it is Johnny, donit ask us why.
T he queen of the Majorettes is our Marje,
Jerry has talents too great to enlarge.
H arty is one of the class we will miss,
His niceness to know has made us know this.
I n all the wide world, there's none like our Al,
To all in the class Alvin's one swell pal.
N ot to be left out is Delores Ann,
She can be sweet as anyone can.
G ness whom we all like? lt's Shelly-that man!
Sings like Sinatra. looks better than Van.
D an is quiet, but the reliable kind
Wliois very straightforward and knows his mind
O ften we'll hear of our Janet-that girl
Is to our class a perfect pearl.
S ammy brings laughter wherever he goes,
'KQuincey', is wonderful, everyone knows.
O thers have many traits, Judy has all,
She's ready to help at each beck and call.
M arcia's sincerity wins our acclaim,
That is one thing from which all of us gain.
E ddie is clever, a witty boy, too,
Our tribute deserving-"Hats off to you!"
T o say hels likeable is not quite enough.
We'1'e speaking of Raymond, he's got thc stuff
H andsome describes our Klein, Bobbie S.,
And Bobbie A., too, rates high, you can guess
I ndeed, next in line is congenial "Stush,"
To make his acquaintance. all the girls rush.
N othing is too much for our Flora Belle,
Her helpfulness puts us under her spell.
G entility reigns with little Arlene,
The answer to many a young man's dream.
B etty is pretty, a charming young lass.
To her the fellows come running, en masse.
E lean0r's smile is a joy to us all,
Her brilliancy rivals that of old Sol.
S hirley is radiant, kind and sincere,
For her future success, none of us fear.
O ver-all worthiness is our own Mel,
This chap for a million We would not sell.
M ost "Peoples" are nice. we have proof to show:
But Albert's the best, we want you to know.
E ach room has a Rita, we hope for them.
For just being herself, she's quite a gem.
T he class musician is gifted LaVerne,
To her for the piano classics we turn.
H e's just our Bill, an ordinary guy,
But with his classmates he rates pretty high.
I n being sincere, Delores is queen:
There's nothing 'bout Dolly could ever be mean
N ext comes Gerald, a nice quiet man.
He's the one fellow who does when he can.
G oing to end now, not least but the last,
Is Leo, with qualities fine and vast.
We're 253, we beat all the rest,
Of all the homerooms, we think we're the best.
And now as we leave, we just want to say.
"Good luck to you others who'll soon come this way.'
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TeacherAMiss Agnes Kerr
l'resident .. ,..,. ....... ........A...,.,..........,...........,.,.... ...,.... D o 1 iald Sherrill
Yice President ...,., .......... R ose Caruso
S6C1'QtZll'y ...... .... ,,., ..., 4..4,. 5 I 3, 1 1iCQ Seinef
Treasurer . ,.,,...... , ,.,.,..,...... .,.,.,. ....,,..,.. B r uee VVoods
Foreword Representative ....., .,...r. ........ E c lith Finegold
Student Council Representative ...r, ...... J anice Seiner
Announcing the presentation of that terrifieally terrifying mystery entitled
"How Dismal's My Alley" written by that master of super-suspense, joseph
Friedman . . .
Damsel in Distress ,. .. .A..,..,.,...l....,.....l.. ..,.......,...... ...... a nice Friedman
Sheriff Snupersuds . ,. ...,....., ....,,r, ,....... . I ames Young
Chief Assistant Rinse You NYhite ,..4........ ........ I ohn Nicollela
The Hero CVVe're not quite sure why
hut every mystery has onej ,.,..,...., ....,..,. C1 erald Borman
City Slicker ...r......,....,.,.... .. .,....,.......,............,.... ,.......... D onald Sherrill
Rig Time Operator in Buhhle Gum Racket ...... ...... ....... H e rbert Rothman
Little Man XYho XYasn't There
fNYho wasn't anywhere as far as we can seej .....,.....,........ Bruce VVoods
The Upstairs Maid Caught Downstairs ...,...,....4,,...... ..,.... F rances Paransky
YX'olf in Sheep's Clothing ,.,,..................,....., .,..,...,.. L arry Thorpe
Yictini's Brother NYho Returns after
"Mysterious YX'anderings" ...........,...,.........,........,..............,.. Bernard Krum
Very Suspicious Character Seen at Notorious Hangout .,,.,.... Manuel Brodie
The Girl NVho Thickens the Plot ....4.......,,.............,..,.......
The Strange Wloman Always Collecting fCollecting
Wlhat, XVe don't know. That's in Chapter Zj ...... ....
Special F.B.I. Investigator sent up
to investigate the investigation ,.,...,.......... ,......
Sheriff's Secretary CShe takes it all in
including the Sheriffj ..A....,,.,...,........,,...,..
The Stranger Qliveryone else knows him
but the victim still doesn't suspectj ...... ....
The Rich Uncle VVho Turns Up for a
Happy Little hndmg .............,.,.....,.,.,.........,... ........ .
Love Interest tVVell. she's interested anywayj...
The Sweet Young Thing Wlho Gets It
All in the End .......4.......t.,,l......,.,.......... .,..... .....
The Nice Little Scientist VYho Keeps
Getting Her Chemicals Mixed ......l,.,. .......
The Guy NVith the Perfect .Xlibi ......... ...,
Sound Effects :
In Charge of Squeeking Door and
Clanking Chain Department ....... ....
Blood Curdling Screams ......,,..,....... ..
4 ,... Edith Finegold
.Ada Lou Abelson
Long Low VVolf Calls .,.,..,...4......... ..,..,.. M orton Karelitz
Making Sheep's Clothing for VVolves ,..... .....,.. X Vilma Arnowitz
In Charge of All Those Artistic Masterpieces
dropped at Intervals to confuse the issue .........,. .,
In Charge of picking up all those masterpieces in
time for the next performance ...........,.....,...,................,.
To Give our little presentation Eye Appeal ...Rose Carus
Operator in Charge of broadcasting this
"Play of the Minute" to the Eskimos .,..........,.,.,,.. .
Entertainment during intermission:
Solo, "Sleepy Time Gal" ,.., ............ I ,.
Special Effects fVVe're not sure what
they are but they sure effectj ,............,.
Head of Our Free Publicity Department
Uust think, something for nothingj ....
In Charge of Banking Our Proceeds
CHours on this job from l2 noon to 12
Prompter fNever late, you knowj .......,........
o, Florine Robbins
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Teacher-Miss Eleanor Bardsley
President . .. ,.,, n .......,..,,...,.,............................ ..,.. P eggy Metzel
Vice President ..,.... Albert VVeiner
Secretary . , . ...,. Stanley Simons
Treasurer . .. . .... ,...... M aurice Amdur
Foreword Representative .. ............. Ruth Sigal
Student Cuuncil Representative ..,.n,. Tema Seidman
'Twas on a wintry innrning clear, Miss XYZl.Q'6l1lillCCllt was calling from
lYhen Miss liardsley came all lull ut 21-l-,
cheer. Such a connnution you never have seen.
Slime pupils were waiting' at the door, "To me Chirman and Labovitz send,
tThey were the ones who came beforefl Discussion Club woes they must mend."
Then music came to each one's ear:
Edge and Spector, violinists, were here.
And Queenie joined in, warbling. oh so
Scarcely had teacher turned the key,
Than lo, and behold! what did she sec?
There sat Kalmaine with the strangest
look, Sweet' . . . ,
IH from of her H large wig book' Then the entire class Jumped to its feet.
For an incident occurred hard to bear.
"Help me. help me." she did cry, Someone had messed up Amdur's hair!
.Ns Jim Smith came passing by. Then into the room came a flash of
He was of small help, it was true. light,
He had his physics yet to do. Wollner was here with hair to bright.
YA "" Y 'A 84
Jocie and Marion were in the rear,
Gossip was flitting from ear to ear.
Solof was showing his latest creation,
At the sight of it, Tema said, "It's a
Back in the corner, out oi the way,
Peggy and Jeanie were reading the
Buddy and Sonny almost came late:
Each was in the making of a date.
As Bugs walked in, Olla did shout,
"Hey, Al, what's this physics all
Gladys and Greta collaborated, it's true.
For both had the same homework to
Nolden and Levy had boxscores out.
While Naimark and Simon gathered
They debated as to who the pennant
And talked of the games to which they
Bruche quietly sat doing her work,
For her homework she never would
.Xs Yetta came in, to Bunie she did
They both sat down for an earnest talk.
Stan came from 262, looking his best:
Edith cried out, "Are we having a
Norris and Kathy Came in, walking
They had lots to say and no place to go.
Skippy was profoundly discussing law,
.Ns Ona came in, chewing gum in her
Ruthie, for the Foreword, from Cohen
To collect the money he kept denying.
The bell rang and Miss liardsley began
She said, "lfveryone's here, except
This is how our school days did start.
And now we and Allderdice surely
IT'S ALL IN A NAME
The Big Sleep-In class every morning
Till the End of Timm'-till the 3 105 bell
Dressed to Kill-at the Twin Twirl
Deception-Honestly! I didn't write
that early dismissal.
Deadline at Daren-for the Foreword
,Make M'ine Music-Orchestra A
To Each His Own-answers on a test??
The Valley of Decision?-to cut or not
Spcllbozmd-The day report cards come
Love Letters--Notes passed in class
The Last Chance-Graduation
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Teacher-Miss Bertha O. Mitchell
President ,...... ..,. ..A...........,,,,., .A..........A,.,.......4.,..........,.,......... rl ' l ioxnas Trinunei
Vice President ...... ., . ..,.,.,...... ,.............. .,....,.....4........,,..., ' .......,A rl ' honias Tovex
Qeeretary ..AA........, ..A....,.,.,,. .4..... l ' Idward VVorral
Treasurer ..........,......,..,...........,....... ...,.. L lerry Sniolovitl
lforeword Representative ,...,...,..,,... ...,.. E leanor Lubin
Student Council Representative ,.r. . ..,..........,..........,,,.....,.,.... Margaret Zihal
WE'LL ALWAYS REMEMBER
Red-haired Jerry Smolovitz the boy who gets them all.
The tardiness of Robertson who always roanis the hall.
Pat Flynn has been our pride this year, lee Follies is her aini.
lVe'll ne'er forget Tom Tovey with wonderful basketball game
Ed Worrall the leader of the crowd, swell to have around.
Joan Brown our cutest little lass with good-will does abound.
Peg Rooney is a quiet girl with nothing niuch to say.
lVe like Hi-Yi's Tom Trimmer with his happy-go-lucky way.
Here's to Altha Zeiler and Eddie Miller, toog
Here's to Mary Smillie, without thein we'd be blue.
Cookie Savage is our girl, the nicest anywhere:
Then there's Lois Winer who has talent to spare.
Edna Chiles and Audrey Furcron always in some trouble:
Margie Zihal does so much work she surely has a double.
Florence Korn and Phyllis Weiss are always so much fun.
VVe hear that Tommy Weir already has his heart won.
Evelyn Sudina is trim with hair so blonde.
Of Eileen Gross and Eileen Pickard we are all quite fond.
Frank Matuzeski, a likeable lad, he's really the very best.
Chuckie Woods could beat us all in any swimming test.
Peggy Roberts has the looks, on this we all agree.
Without our artist Eleanor Lubin where would our calendar be?
Jean Roach is very happy and very gay they sayg
Bill Walker and Bern Caplan add a bright touch to our day.
Lou Bryant is attractive and she is very sweet.
Dot Parfitt's personality is very hard to beat.
Here's to every laddie, and to every lassg
Here's to everyone included in the Senior Class.
QNVith due apologies to Sir VValter Scott!
Student, rest! thy schooling o'er,
Sleep the sleep that knows not breaking:
Dream of English themes no more,
Days of worry, nights of waking.
In Allderdice's annex hall,
Grades no more will cause you stewing.
jazzy strains of music fall,
Every sense in slumber dewing.
Student, rest! thy schooling o'er,
Dream of physics tests no more,
Sleep the sleep that knows not breaking,
Morn of toil, nor night of waking.
No rude sound shall reach thine ear,
Street cars clang, or buses cramping,
Books nor pencils summon here,
Spaghetti cold, or E grade damping.
Let not thought of teachers come
At the daybreak, 1ny good fellow,
Nor waking call on his ear drum,
Booming from the kitchen shallow.
Ruder sounds shall none be near,
Tests nor homework challenge here.
Here's no schoolish rush and cramming,
Shouting pupil's shove and jamming.
Student, rest! thy work is done,
While our slumberous spells assail ye,
Dream not with the rising sun,
Knowledge gained shall never fail thee.
Sleep! the book is in its place:
Sleep! thy diploma by thee lyingg
Sleep! but keep not up your pace
On other's work relying.
Student, rest! thy school days done,
Look up to that rising sun,
For, at dawning, to assail ye,
Knowledge gained will never fail thee.
Teacher-Miss Leila H. Rupp
President ..,.,.,.,...,...,.4,.......,.,..,......,.,.,,....,.,...,.....,................,.........,... Clyde Clark
Vice President ....,.,., .......,. .A..........,.. G e raldine Dosey
Secretary-Treasurer ..............,.,.,. ....,.. M iehael Catalano
Foreword Representative ....,.,.......4.. ..,.r.... I oanne Adanntz
Student Council Representative ...,. .,4,,.., G eraldine Dosey
joanne R. Adaniitz
Natalie May Adler
"Tliere's No One
"Easy to Love"
"He's the Talk of tlie Town
lflynor Mae Bruce
"XX Pretty Girl is like
Elaine M. Burke
"Sophisticated Lady" M-Moderate
,lolin Cain I-.lovial
"He's My Guy" C-Careful
Robert E. Campbell
"Take Me Out to the Ball Game"
"My Sugar is So Refined"
Dexter Mable Carr
"Bless You for Being an Angel"
"I Get a Kick Out of You"
Clyde Leslie Clark
Anna Barbara Connor
"VVhen Irish Eyes are Smiling"
"Stars in Your Eyes"
Norman ul. Cowie
"I Don't Know Enough About Y
Marilyn M. Diller
"Sweet and Lovely"
Geraldine L. Dosey
"You Are Too Beautiful"
Theodore R. Druga
"That's for Me"
Jack C. Faust
'Tm a Shy Guy"
Earl I. Feingold
"Someone to VVatch Over Me" Initiative
Florence Kimball F-Faithful
"Here Comes Heaven Again" K-Kindly
Dolores Marie Klinefelter
Natalie Ruth Laufe
Audrey A. Levine
Lois M. Lewis
Carmen P. Marbella
"You Go to My Head"
Perry B. Moore
"The Charm of You"
'KI-Iow Many Hearts Have You
"I Like Mike"
Anita A. Stein
Frank VV. Taylor
"In My Merry Oldsmobile" W-VVitty
Paul VVynett P-Personality plus
"Artistry lump" YV-VVise
john C. Yeloushan J-'Iivey
"You Are My Sunshine C-Care-free
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Teacher-Mr. Robert C. Trumbull
President ..... ...A.............,......A...,........,...,A..,.,.........,.,...,...... R fliehael Mendelsohn
Vice l'resident ,.,,,. .,....,,.,......, S tanley W'att
Secretary .. .. .,..,.,.,.,......,,,.. .,....,.. 1 Zarbara Knable
Treasurer .A.,, . ........,...............A .,..... B Iitchell Sperlin
Foreword Representative .,..,....... ...,..,..........,.........,....., l Setty l.ou Lew
Student Council Representative ..... .,.....,.e..,....,..... .......,.,.... X N 'alter Klunhall
Social Committee .,...,.,.,.....,,.,. ....... ,.,,.,.. I 1 ia .lean Cohen, XValter Blunhall
You may have heard the "Hit Parade"
NYith songs both new and old:
But we will sing you songs
That never have been told.
There is a song for each of us
That best describes the best in us.
Mun of l71'.rf1'11cfi01L
Mitchell Sperling-"Prince CllZ1l'llllllg'N
Jerry LoevenerH"What is This Thing' Called l.ove"
Stanley Watt-"The Man I Love"
Mike Mendelsohnw-"NYe Could Make Such lleautifu
110111011 of Fashion
Jack Blanner-"XYhen Irish Eyes Are Sniiling"'
Charles Davidson-"XN'ith a Song ln My Heart"
Herschel Merenstein-"If You are but a Dream"
Harold Goldman-"That's My Uesireu
Frank Frain-"Yes, Indeed!"
l Music Toge
Men of the Hom'
Jack Chaban-"You Are My Sunshineu
John Kappler-"Uh, Johnnyi'
Robert Cooper-'iYou,d Be So Nice to Come Home Tow
Ernest Kennedy-"It's My Lazy Day"
Walter Munhall-"The Best Man"
The Girls must not be forgotten
Because, without them the world would certainly be misbegotten
Our Ladies of Distinction
Elaine Holzman-HH I Had a Wfishing Ring"
Dolores Bass-"Lady Be Good"
Barbara Knable-"How Cute Can You Be"
Anita Closky-"The Song is You"
Lois Morgan-"Out oi This Worldu
Phyliss Shusset-"My Pretty Girl"
Ladies of Fashion
Eunice Belinky-"You Are Too Beautiful"
Eleanor Rubinm-"Out of My Dreamsl'
Ina Jean Cohen-"You Do Something to Me"
Betty Lou Levy-"A Little Bit of Sweetness"
Marion Gruene-"I Love You for Sentimental Reasons"
Shirley Lindenf"Bless You for Being an Angell'
Marcia Sachs-"Remember Me"
Om' Women of Charin
Irene Yourgas-"Strawberry Blonde"
Bernice Adler-"Sweet and Lovelyn
Anita Smolovitz-"I've Got Rhythm"
Esther Millstone-"They Say lt's VVonderful"
Rhoda Fisher-"If You VVere the Only Girl"
Angeline Fonzi-"A Pretty Girl is Like a Melodyu
Shirley Klein-"Dark Eyes"
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Teacher-Miss L. Esther Geist
President ...........,.,.,...,.,.....,............,............,.,......,...,.,...,............. Charles Provan
Vice President ........ .....,.,.A,..,. I Jean Hotham
Qecretary .,..4.........,...........,. ..A...... I Dorothy .Iannson
Treasurer ...,...4,.4,......4......,..,.,....... .,.,...,. H elen Low man
Foreword Representative .,4.............. ..A..... li sther .Iacobson
Student Council Representative .................,.,4...,....................,..,. Paul QTBIICII
So Proudly VVe Hail..
Ladies Man .....,,.,....,.
W ife Wanted ...,..
Strange LfV01'7lfl1'l .......
365 REELS IT OFF
Teinp tation ................... .........i.. M artha Brown
' .......... Charles Buechler
Home on the Ranges.
Cover Girl .,...l,..l.,...,....
The Sheik .,...,..,......,.....
Perennial 'Bachelor .......
Blithe Spirit ..,....,.,,...
The Thin Man .i,.,.,.
Wonder an ,,... 4.....,.
Junior Miss .,,.. ,...,.. .
.Mona Lee Haid
My Favorite Brunette .......... ,.....,.
Little Miss Big ............
Leave Her to Heaven.
Calendar Girl ..............
Girl C razy ..,.,.,.,.........
Incendiary Blonde ........
Magnificent Doll .......
Sister Kenny ,..4...,.....,..... ..,.4,.,.,, Claire Zeligman
Bring on the Girls ....,....
The Great G ny .A.A........
The PVhistler ,...,.,...,..
Seventeen ...,...,......,.....,,. ,,..,.,.,.. G ladys Nau
A Man to Renieznber ...,.., .,4...,..,.. P aul O'B1'ien
The Man I Love .....4,....4. ....,.............,..,r,.,. C huck Provan
Can't Help Singing .....,.. ,.,.,.,,...,,...,....... H enri Pruszinowski
Two Smart People ..........,. ..r...,..., A ndy Rossi, Richard Ryabik
She Wrote the Book ..i.,.,..,...,...,.,...,....,...,............. Marilyn Sherman
They PVere Expendable ...i.,.,.,., Jerry Silverman, Robert Sozanski
The Great Ziegfield .t...,.,, . .......,......r..,...,..,.....,.,..., Paul Steinman
Unexpected Guest ,........... .,.. .,...,..,..,,,,... P aul VVelch
Best Years of Our Lives ,t....., ........ S pent in Allderdice
. School Qdyf .
CHOOL days . . . the silent, morning prayer in the cool building fills you with
reverence . . . you are standing before God.
School days . . . the shy, flushed nervousness of your first recitation frightens
you . . . your very friends are like terrible strangers.
These are the days-when your young imagination grasps and holds a
thousand wonders . . . when the brightness of sudden laughter in a quiet class-
room brings you unexpected joy . . . and when the electric tingle of knowledge
runs through you and fills you with power . . . these are today's school days-
but they are days which will belong to all of us forever.
Well never forget our first part in the great game of discovery, when we
began to find the rich treasure of learning, when we felt the first warm satis-
faction of brave attempt and new achievement.
These are the golden days of budding friendship . . . days of first love with
its tender joys . . . and days of companionship deeper and stronger and longer
lasting, perhaps, than any which can touch us ever again.
School days-there is never an end to them . . . they are beyond buildings
and doors . . . we take them home with us . . . they are in the air and in the
trees above us and on the streets where we walk.
School days-they are in our hearts and we will carry them carefully through
the years, until they are soft-voiced memories.
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DISTRIBUTIVE OCCUPATION CLASS
Teacher-Mr. Howard O. Barnes
President ..,. .,..,.,......... ..A.......,.....4..,............4..,...,............... ....,. L I e an Brashear
Vice President H , .,.,....,.,,.,. . ,..A.,A........,.........,... . ...,.,. Herbert Love
Foreword Representative .. .,.,...,. ....,.., ...A... I e an Brashear
LENX BIYLLINI: XVith laughing, dancing eyes of brown.
Uur Tonie has never been seen to frown:
Happy-go-lucky and always gay.
.X designer of clothes she'll be some day.
HERBERT BRASLEY: Herb is five-foot-seven,
VVith mischievous eyes of blueg
His favorite discussion is women,
NVhich with all boys is true.
JEAN BRASHEAR: .lean Brashear is quite a gal.
Youlre a lucky person if you're her pal:
She has hazel eyes and light brown hair,
For Vaughn Monroe. she has quite a flair.
ADELINE CXRRTETTA: l.ee is shy and quite petite.
Thinks Sammy Kaye's music is very neat:
At Hays drug store, she's often found.
Witli all of her many friends around.
,llCXXNNlf GIBSON: Five-foot-two. with a twinkling eye,
For her favor, the boys would vie:
"Gripper," they call her-a strange name, too.
For this young lady so able and true.
SANDRA HIMELBLAU: Sandy is really a very fine friend,
And with Normie is often found,
For after school days come to an end,
Our Sandy is altar bound. I
CHARLOTTE R. KLINE: 4'Do you mind ?" you hear her ask
No matter how hard or easy the task,
Her big grey eyes and reddish hair,
Will easily identify her anywhere.
HERBERT LOVE: Slightly mischievous, and always gay.
Very good-natured every day,
Ever on time, never off key,
A surveyor he wants to be.
ALBERT NEVVBERG: Al's quite tall and slender, too.
With brown hair and eyes of blueg
He likes to bowl, he enjoys sports,
Basketball, soft ball, games of all sorts.
GRACE O'BRIEN: "Irish" is always happy and gay'
She enjoys life every single dayg
Never grumbling, never sad-
To hear her laugh will make one glad.
MAGDALENE PALLEY: Her favorite band is Harry James
She also goes to baseball games:
For courtesy our Maggie was one the store chose
To award her an honor and give her a rose.
BARBARA PENNEY: Light brown hair, eyes of blue,
Barbara is willing. kind, and true:
Her charming smile and unselfish way
Will get her far in the world each day.
MARY SHAPERO: To like Mary Shapero is very easy.
With her amiable ways, and manner breezy:
With her blonde hair and eyes so green,
Mary's attractive wherever she's seen.
Disposition of Lena Bellini
Personality of jean Brashear
Vitality of Herbert Brasley
Petiteness of Adeline Carretta
Charm of Jeanne Gibson
Brains of Sandra Himelblau
Character of Charlotte Kline
Musical ability of Herbert Love
Height of Albert Newburg
Eyes of Grace O'Brien
Friendliness of Magdalene Pallay
Shyness of Barbara Penney
Dimples of Mary Shapero
Humor of Iris Sukolsky
Teacher--Mr. Ray R. Ralston
President ......,..... ,,...,..........,.,......,.....,..4,....,.......,..,.........,..,.,.. C harles Johnson
Vice President ,,... ....4..,....... .....,...... .,.......,. G e o rge Harrison
Secretary ,,...... ..,..,. ..,... ,....,. X N filliam VeShancey
Treasurer ...,...,..........r...,.., .....,... .,....i.,......., I a y Joseph
Foreword Representative ,.,..,.i..., .....,. h Ianice Honeyford
Student Council Representative r,i.. ,.,.. ,..,...... R e va Clair
Our lingering memories of 452: Janice Honeyford always poking her head
in the door to announce that she's going to 412 . . . Mitzi Tyrnauer, Eleanor
Fraser, Annajean CA. JJ Grieve always coming in simultaneously after open-
ing exercises because the bus was late . . . Edrietta Graham always having
her bookkeeping spread over the two back rows . . . Dolores Walker always
doing her shorthand . . . Reva Clair always praising the virtues of Peabody
. . . Jerry Vondas always with a leather jacket, two sweaters, a necktie, and
two tons of books . . . Louise Evans always going down to Service Club . . .
Dorothy McClean, noted for not being here always . . . Herman Brontz always
marking off the days on the calendar . . . Helen Marcus always doodling on
the board . . . Jack Nesvisky always asking of anyone who will listen. "Did
you do your English ?" . . . Charles Metzger, always bursting out into Years
and Years Ago, and everyone clapping . . . Morton DeBr0ff, always amalga-
mating the girls, gold rings . . . Robert Whitman, always hooking sixth period
. . . Caroline Zappa always running to 228 to see her girl friend . . . Doris Francis
always busy with the curlecues called shorthand . . . Charles Johnson, always
studious . . . jack C'Itch"j Flynn, whose hobby is always sleeping . . . Iohn
Stanziano, always loafing . . . Harvey Krovitsky always running to group A . . .
Dominic Maglere, always Mr. Shriner's A-one-plus student . . . Bill VeShancey
always just fooling around . . . Bunny Golomb always studying when she's in
homeroom, which isnyt very often . . . George Harrison always helping Mr.
Colborn . . . Gloria Friedman always doing themes for two English teachers
at once . . . Gertrude Fehl always trying to do her homework between inter-
ruptions by joan Petersen . . . Pearl Ellis always showing her boy friends'
fnote pluralj pictures . . . Shirley Rowland always coming up with "Have you
heard this one?', . . . Ramsey MacDonald always quietly studying . . . Jay
Joseph always running around collecting money for one thing or another . . .
john Orris, whose pet peeve is kids that borrow always . . . Margie Yalch,
who always hates school and particularly one phase of it-homework . . .
Phyllis Griezman, our super orchestra student and cellist-always . . . Bill
"Ace" Adams, always active in sports . . . and everybody always happy-almost
always, anyway. '
OUR HIT PARADE AND REQUESTS
Yon Always Hurt the One You Love ...........i Art Yann
Prisoner of Love ,..............,.................... Elkan Rosenberg
Too Many Irons in the Fire ,....,,..,...,..,. Herbert Arnold
Green Eyes ..4............,.............,. ,........1 C harlotte Major
Warsaw Concerto ....,.,..........,.,......,...,.,. Wally Feldman
Y0n,d Be S0 Nice To COIIZC Home To ..,, Doris Harkins
Slender, Tender an' Tall ...............,....., Sorelie Jacobson
Artistry Jnntps ,.,i....,.,...,....,,. ,..,.... S tanley Goldstein
Don't Ever Change ..,.,....,..,...,...,.....,......... Ruth Horovitz
Shy Guy ,..A...,...,...i..,,..........,,......,....,.,..,..... Robert Ferko
How Many Hearts Have You Broken? .,.. joan VVorley
Ain't MlSbCl1G-Will, .......,...........,................,..,.. Frank Funa
Yon"ve Got To Be a Football Hero .... Frances Bonasorte
D0 I W0rry?,.' ...........,...,,..........,.......,........ Howard Dezen
Sophisticated Lady ...,. .. i..... .,....,..,.......... G loria Hertz
Enibraceable Yon .,.,.,,...,,.. .,......, L illian Blumenthal
One Love ....,.....,.i.......4.......4.. .i....,..... G eorge Cawley
W ith a Sniile and a Song ,i...., ..4......,. S am Brahm
Manzselle .......,,.....i.....,,.......... ........ A rlene Deakter
How Sweet Yon Are ,,..... ......,.. G inny Chillcott
June Gfass yay ?-?-
HOW Heeczris Were Young and Gayi'
Steward H ... ... ..., ., . .. . ...,,,.............,......... ,........ ,..,.........,,,.Allan Schultz
Mrs. Skinner ..,, .. ,, .,,r,,. , ,......,.. ..r...... T ema Seidman, Natalie Laufe
Cornelia Otis Skinner .,.. ..., . ....., M arjorie Fineman, Kalmaine Deakter
Otis Skinner ,..,, ,,t.,.,.........,. ,..,..,.....,,....., P a ul Steinman, Jerry Labovitz
Emily Kimbrough ..,.. ......... M arilyn Kachman, Ina jean Cohen
Purser .,.,........ ...... .....,,............,,,.........,.....,,,,....., B ob Whitman
Stewardess ,..,. ........,. Shirlee Caplan, jean Donovan
Dick Winters l ..., ,...,.,....,.......,..........,....,.,..., D on Sherrill
Admiral ,,,....,.., .,,..... . ., .,..............,....,....,,,..,.,,..,............ ,Jim Smith
Harriet St. john ..... ,. ,..,..,,. .. ,. Peggy Metzel, Esther Jacobson
Winifred Blaugh ....,. ,...... M artha B. Brown, Phylis Greizman
Leo McEvoy ,, ,. ..,.,. ...,...,...,. ,......,..,...,..,..........,...,,.,, C h arles Solof
Elaine Holzman, Natalie May Adler
.Mitzi Tyrnauer, Claire Zeligman
Inspector ..,..... .
Therese .... .... . ,... .,... . .
Madame Elise, .,......... ...,..,.. . ,..,,..,.,.., B etty Kalb, Florence Kessler
Monsieur De La Croix .,..,., ,........,...,........,.....,.,.. J oseph Friedman
Window Cleaner ,..... ..... .,.. .....,.............,.....,.. ,..,,...,.,...,.,...,.,..,. H e r b ert Rothman
Time: The year 1923
Scene 1: A cabin, aboard ship. Summer. The year 1923.
Scene 1: The same, About ten days later. Late evening.
Scene 2: The same. Early next morning.
Scene 1: A small hotel in Paris. Two weeks later.
Scene 2: The same. Eleven o'clock, the next morning.
Scene 3: The same. About a month later.
Student Manager .....,........,...,,.....,......,,......., ,...,,...,,,........,,.....,....,.........,.......,..,, I rene Yourgas
Bookholders ,..,..,....,...,.........,... .................,. B ernice Adler, Reva Clair, Arlene Deakter
Props .....,........ Rosabelle Levite, Jean Donovan, Esther Jacobson, Claire Zeligman,
Martha B. Brown, Peggy Metzel, Elaine Holzman
Costumes ......... ....,..... Charles Solof, Martha B. Brown, Bob Whitman,
Mitzi Tyrnauer, Janice Seiner
Make-up ......,,.........,,.., ...,.. B ob Whitman, Kalmaine Deakter, Marjorie Fineman,
Tema Seidman, Janice Seiner
Business Managers 4...................,..,........, ...,,....,...., ,....... M a rtha B. Brown, Jerry Labovitz
Scenery ...,.......,. Janice Seiner, Kathleen Schlemmer, Charles Solof, Bob Whitman
Program ......,,,...,..........,..............,.,..,......... ....,.,.....,,...........,.,.....,.., I rene Yourgas, Reva Clair
Hair Styles ..,.......,....,....,............,...............................,..,......... Charles Solof, Mitzi Tyrnauer
Publicity .,...,...,, ..,...... J anice Seiner, Charles Solof, Joseph Freidman,
Marjorie Fineman, Bob Whitman
Set Design .,,.., .....,. ......,. M r . Wesly Mills and Charles Solof
Secretaries ....,,., 4,..,...,.....,....,.... I rene Yourgas, Reva Clair
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William Ira Adelman
John Paul Almore
john Martin Anderson
William Hugh Anderson
Irvin E. Artz, jr.
William Gray Benshoff
Herbert S. Bonn
David M. Brinn
Jack M. Callender
Lloyd Mayor Canter
Joseph james Caruso
Alan Morton Cohen
joseph Stanley Cohen
joseph A. Coletta
Edward George Dickson
Thomas Digman, jr.
Thomas E. Dempster
George Henry Doelfel
Catherine E. Eckert
Lawrence J. Farrell
Joseph J. Froelich
William Lee Gochnour
Richard S. Goodman
William D. Hafer
Richard Charles Held
Walter Riley Hofmann
William Imbrie Hood
George R. Hutchison
Roy Edward Jones
Richard joseph Joyce
Lee Robert Katz
Stuart Alfred Klein
Robert E. Knobloch
Homer Previn Landau
Richard Watson Lester
Ralph L. Levin
joseph Melvin Levine
Robert James Linn
Edward Earl Ludwig, Jr.
William E. Ludwig
Allen Donald MacLean
David T. Marsh
Wesley Duane Martin
Robert P. Martine
Herschel Howard Mattes
Harold Keith McClean
Wallace English McClean
John Steel McConnon
Eugene N irdlinger
joseph F. Onodi
Ernest F. M. Pessel
T. William Phillips
Thomas john Rizzo
Jerrold Ruben '
Frank Sciulli, jr.
William Simpson, jr.
Louis F. Stein
Jack Stewart .'
William J. Stewart
Gustave N. Suck, jr.
Donald William Virgin
Ralph Gerald Wagner
Harry C. Wirth
Frank Emmons Younkin
enzories 0 Gfffderdice
F what shall my memories of Allderdice consist? Shall I think of Allderdice
only once in a long while when I happen upon some old Forewords, the
journal, or perhaps a lipstick stained program that will remind me of an exciting
evening? No. No material substance can hold the true meaning of Allderdice.
My memory of Allderdice will be linked with the friendly and familiar scenes
which occur daily in its vast domain. The friendly confusion between classes,
the seemingly never ending lines, the jaunty sophomores who sell elevator passes
to the freshies, the anticipation of the seniors near graduation-all these will hold
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LAST BEQUESTS FROM
janice Friedman-Her flaming red
Gerald Borman-His chemistry experi-
Bernard Krum-His athletic ability
Edith Finegold-Her subscription
'Ianice Seiner-Her artistic touch
Florine Robbins-Her musical ability
Manuel Brodie--His wit
Larry Thorpe-His pleasing grin
Aileene Mattes-Her brains
Donald Sherrill-His acting ability
Norma Meyer-Her glamour
Ada Lou Abelson-The first seat in thc
Herbert lxothman-His looks
Virginia Stoehr-Her punctuality
Elizabeth Mawhinney-Her blonde
james Young-His mechanical ability
,lean Breckenridge-Her poise
Rose Caruso-Her baton
The rest of the class-Their books and
other now unnecessary accessories
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
We, the students of the February 1947 Graduating Class of Taylor Allder-
dice High School, being of sound mind and good will, do hereby be
bequeath to the Graduating Class of june, 1947, the following items:
The courage and stamina to write a 1500 word senior theme
. One, slightly used, 2nd floor annex wall
. The right to roam the halls on Mondays' closed periods
4. Twelve battered chairs on Ye Olde Shuttle Bus
5 The privilege to send all Freshies to the fifth floor
6. The task of producing better Journals and class plays
7. The glamorous costumes of the Modern Dance Club
8. The finesse of slipping into lunch lines when Mr. Thomas isn't looking
The hangovers the day after the Prom
10. The thrill of graduating
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Myron Kopelman Janet Leathem
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President-Janice Seiner Recording Secretary-Norma Trust
Vice President-Robert S. Klein Corresponding Secretary-Ruth Kirkpatrick
STUDENT COUNCIL SOCIAL COMMITTEE
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QSeptember to February Officersj
Vice President-Joseph Bernstein
fFebruary to June Officersj
fSeptember to Februaryj QFebruary to Junej
Bernice Cohen, Shirley Canning, Louise Evans, Ruth Horovitz,
Evelyn Warmstein, Reva Claire, Barbara Knable, Mildred Zerelstein,
Adele Coffee Anita Mae Smolovitz, Mary Lois Smillie,
Marion Mandel, Altha Zeiler,
Dolores Klinefelter, Margaret Zihal
STUDENT LUNCH-ROOM PATROL
INTERMEDIATE DISCUSSION CLUB
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Moderator-Edwin Azen Moderator-Beatrice Cohen
Secretary-Jules Feldman Secretary-Arthur Herbst
SENIOR DISCUSSION CLUB
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Moderator-Robert Cohen Moderator-Paul O'Brien
Secretary-Ruby Weisberg Secretary-Edith Prizent
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f Sponsor-Mrs. Smith
QSeptember to February Officersj fFebruary to June Officersj
President-Robert Cohen President-jerry Labovitz
Vice President-Byron Smith Secretary-Treasurer-Robert Cohen
fSeptember to February OfficersD qFebruary to June Officersj
President-Byron Smith President-Bill McCandless
Vice President-Bill McCandless Vice President-Don Sherrill
Recording Secretary-Sally Sniderman Recording Secretary-Geri Dosey
Corresponding Secretary-Ina Jean Cohen Corresponding Secretary-Robert Whitman
Treasurer-Clyde Boyer Treasurer-Marvin Jacobson
Assistant Treasurer-Marvin Jacobson Social Chairman-Shirlee Caplan
Program Chairman-Donald Tucker Outing Manager-John Stinson
Club Artist-Rhea Molever Music Committee-
Donald Tucker, Sammy Roth
Program Chairman-Jack Flaherty
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Vice President-Peggy Metzel
Secretary--Ada Lou Abelson
JUNIOR SIGMA IOTA
Members-Robert Sedlak, David Saltzman
Bernard Ginsburg, Fred Fruethal, Becky
Swan, Pat Carson, Rosalyn Abrams,
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fSeptember to February Officersj QFebruary to June Officersb
President-Bob Grieve President-Tom Trimmer
Vice President-Tom Tovey Vice President-Bob Grieve
Treasurer-Mike Catalano Secretary-Mike Economos ' V
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Vice President-Rosalyn Robbins
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Vice President-Morris Spokane
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President-Mona Lee Haid
Vice President-Claire Zeligman
fFebruary to june Officersj
Vice President-Claire Zeligman
Janet Cribbs, Susan Geidel,
Dorothy Hornichak, Dorothy McClean
Director-Mr. Roy F. Dietz
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Mr. Wesley Mills
Miss Jennie A. Norton
Miss Blanche Pantall
I SIMPLY COULDN'T DO WITHOUT . . .
My cfaily peanut butter sandwiches ..,......,....,........,.,.....,.,................. Edythe Kramer
My clarinet '.,......................,.......,....,,.,...., ...,,.,.. M yron Kopelman
Lfffs frat Pm -AQ-4-,, ............. P hyuis Blain
Bflbby -.4---- Z v---.-,.A ......,... D ick Landman
My appendix ...,. .........,.,.....,...............,...... M artha Lorince
My Jalopy ..,.,., ....,...............,.,.....,...............,.... C lyde Boyer
My giggle ...,........ ,.,.4..,. F lorence Cooper, Betty .lean Scafuri
My pompadour ,..,............... .................,.,,.......,...............,....,........,..... S ander Faber
My freckles ....,...,..,.......,.......,.,..,...,.,....,.,,.......................,...................,... Pescha Cooper
My fantastic imagination .,,.,..,....... Nick Rosenberg, Elinor Fisher, Vivian jones
My blonde tresses ,..,..,.......... ...,...,..,....,..........,.,.....,.,...............,..,.,., E sther Shannon
My sarcasm ...4,.i,.......,..,.,.... ...,.............,4.,.,....,..A....,.......,.................. B yron Smith
My "fur', mittens ,.,...,......,...,....,..........,.,.. Harriet Chersky
My big blue eyes ....l..., ........ R ichard jones, jack McCullough
My angora sweaters ...... ...........,.,.....,.,................. B etty Munizzi
My parties ..,,...l......,.,.,. ....,.......,...,...,.....,.....,.,...... J erry Segal
The "D, D.'s" .,.,..,.... ....... S ally Sniderman
My fatigue clothes ..i.,. ..,..,............. D ale Farley
Rita Zwieg .......,,.,.....,.. .......,. J oanne Reichman
My Spanish idioms ..,.... .........,.......,..........,.......,....,...... S anford Shepard
Gil ...,..,.....,..........,.,........ ..,.....,.........,.,........,...,,........,........,..,,.,........,..,.,... S ue Smith
The Alpha Tau's .,.,..........,..,......,..........,. David Abrams, Robert Finn, Harold Haas
My "steady" ..,.......,................. Barbara Gluck, Estelle Garfinkle, Eileen Levinson,
Howard Pearlman, Harriet Gould, Harriet Chersky, Sally Sniderman
My dimples ......,..,..,..,.,...i............,...,............,..... Evelyn Warmstein, Dorothy Pflaum
2l4 ,.,..................,... Elaine Morgan, Allan Rudick, Evelyn Lang, Bernice Cohen,
Norman Hershorin, Beatrice Kravitz, Lila Price
Mv "A's ".....,,..... .....,.,................ A nn Lois Miller, Norman Kresh, Mildred Sadler.
1 Agnes Lepedo, Fay Goldstein, Dorothy Bougher
My beautiful voice .,..... Barbara Mahaffey, Sylka Steinberg, Harold Brourman,
Rita Mandell, Evelyn Glowacki, Alice Bechtel, Mara Lynne Schugar
My women. ...,... .... Bill Sutherlin, Bruno Buccina, Tullio Tozzi, Ralph Melore
'fGallant journey" ....,........,. down the aisle january 22
"Our Darling Clementines "....... ...... B eatsie and Dookie
"Oh, You Beautiful Doll' '.,.,.,... .,...... B arbara Gluck
"The Egg and I" .,..,......A,...,.........,........ Senior Luncheon
l'Margie" .,..,,,.......,......,...,,......,..,.,......,.... W'olfe, that is
"You Gotta' Be a Football Hero" .... Nick Rosenberg
"Idiot's Delight' '......... Harry "Lump-Lump" Lebowitz
"Smokey" ..,.,.....,..,,................,......,,...... ,..,.,.,..... T he Wall
"The Voice of the Turtle' '..... .,....... B arbara Mahaffey
"Blue Skies" ...,.,...........,...., ...,..,..,.... . ,January 30
"Follow the Girls" ,...,...... ,........., S andy Faber
"Annie, Get Your Gun" .,.... ..,.. . Anna Morton
"The Hucksteru ..,,........... ...... I oe Bernstein
"From this Day ....,... . . F0'r0za'0rd"
"Gallant Mess" ,.., ..,.,... C afeteria
Miss Charlotte E. Bailey
Miss Florence Bechtel
Miss Grace A. Grossman
Mrs. Margaret N. Bush
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Miss Mary Allshouse Mr.
Miss Esther M. Long Mr.
Miss Margaret Mercer Mr.
Mrs. Katharyn Simms Mr.
Robert W. Irvin
John H. Irwin
Claude W. Sofield
Director-Mr. John H. Irwin
THE ALLDERDICE HALL OF ATHLETIC FAME
Sportsmanship Leadership Ability
Tommy Tovey, captain of the 1947 basket-
ball team, has earned an honored position in
our hall of fame. Tom has been an outstand-
ing player on our basketball team for the past
three years and has sparked each team with
his amazing scoring and rebound ability.
Jerry Smolovitz, star player of the 1947
basketball team. holds this year's city incli-
vidual scoring record in one game: Red's
scoring and ball handling were the backbone
of this year's team.
Jerry Chotiner, right forward of our bas-
ketball team, played cool, deliberate ball all
season. His playmaking and defensive work
were invaluable to the team.
Mike Catalano, a football tackle and center
of the basketball team, played both games
with equal ability. Mike was a steady val-
uable player on both squads throughout the
Franny Bonasorte, the captain of this sea-
son's football team, was undoubtedly its out-
standing player. Franny's brilliant defensive
play was overshadowed only by his miracu-
lous pass receiving and running.
Tom Trimmer, right guard of the 1947
football team, played a brand of fighting, de-
termined football that was an inspiration to
his team throughout the season.
Howard Dezen, star of the swimming and
track teams. has been an outstanding per-
former for the past three years. A true ath-
lete, Howard holds city championships in the
220-yard dash and the 100-yard backstroke.
Bernie Krum, key member of both the foot-
ball and track teams. has been a top man on
both squads. Bernie has been undefeated in
the 120-yard high hurdles for the past two
Coach-Mr. Robert Irvin
1946-47 FOOTBALL SQUAD
Sponsor-Mr. Robert Irvin
Sponsor-Mr. John Irwin
Coach-Mr. Claude Sofield
Coach-Mr. Roberf Irvin
Coach-Mr. John Irwin
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SENIOR LEADERS JUNIOR LEADERS
Sponsor-Miss Long Sponsor-Mrs. Simms
President-Aileene Mattes President-Estelle Adler
Vice 'President-Barbara Tex Vice President-Marilyn Nathan, Ethel Fine
Secretary-Ada Lou Abelson Secretary-Treasurer-Rosalyn Brenner
Social Chairman-Helen Lowman Social Chairman-Estelle Alitzsky
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SENIOR LIFE SAVING
Assistant Manager-Nancy Laslo
This group met four days a week for
JUNIOR BASKETBALL WINNERS
Team Captain-Estelle Adler
Group Leaders-Maxine Canter, Mitzi
Tyrnauer, Janice Friedman, Elaine Teifeld
Allderdiee Patrens Extend Congratulations and
Best Wishes to the Classes of 194-7
Compliments of A Friend Mr. and Mrs. H. Levite
Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Adamitz Mr. and Mrs. Paul P. Ley
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Benjamin Mr. and Mrs E. A. Lowman
Mr. and Mrs. I. Binstock Mr. and Mrs. I. Mandelblatt
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Blain Mrs. J. Marcus and Family
Mr. and Mrs. S. Borman Mr. and Mrs. D. Albert Mazer
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Breckinridge Ralph' J. Melore
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Chersky Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Miles
Mr. and Mrs. Abe N. Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Meyer S. Mintz
Mr. and Mrs. William Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Walter Munhall
Mr. and Mrs. D. Cosentino M. Orringer -
Mr. and Mrs. S. N. DelBroff Michele Paterni A
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Dosey Mr. and Mrs. Max Pearlman
Mr. and Mrs. William Dunmire Mr. and Mrs. M. Platt
Dr. and Mrs. A. Finegold Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Plung
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Fisher Mr. L. A. Rambacher
Mr- and MTS- S' Friedman Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Reichman
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Garfinkel Mr. and Mrs. J. Rosenberg
Mr' and Mrs' M' A' Golomb Mr. and Mrs. Morris Roth
Mr. and Mrs. jack Gould
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hershman Mr' Louis M' Sachs
and Family Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schilit
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hershorin and Daughters
Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. johnson MI- and MTS- HHTTY Seiflef
Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. johnson Dr. and Mrs. M. A. Sherman
Mr. and Mrs. Isaddre Karelitz Mr. and Mrs. W. Simon
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Kopelman Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Sperling
Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Kottler Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tauberg
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kramer Mr. and Mrs. joseph Weisberg
Mr. and Mrs. H. Kramer Mr. and Mrs. David C. Wolfe
Mr. and Mrs. Max Kresh Mrs. Harry Zeligman
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Leathem Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zweig
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Levick Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zweig
THE 1947 ALLDERDICE
SUPERIOR ENGRAVING 00.
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MA YER PRESS
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amma Alpha ambda
wishes to extend sincere congratulations to the graduating class
and to its ten graduating nienibers:
INA JEAN COHEN
Congratulations to the 194-7 Class
Theta ut Sigma
MONA LEE HAID
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Servel Gas Refrigerator
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Excellent Food - Jllodern Prices
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Furniture Upholstery Draperies
The Carlton Shop
I nterior Furnishings
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Delta Epsilon Beta
wishes the best of luck to the graduating class and to
sefuen graduating inenibers:
on behalf of its graduating members exle
zo the Class of 1947
HOWARD A. DEZEN
EARL M. LATTERMAN
LEWIS M. LEVICK
mis ifs hes! wishes
you are seeking zliat natural look in a permanent
wave . . .
AND-if you like the long, languiaf page-boy
that sweeps your shoulders.
OR-the luslz glainour of an up-swept hair style
for formal occasions! . . .
You'll want to rneec the specialists for the teen-
age group at . . .
THE HOUSE OF BEAUTY
5874-M FORBES STREET
OPEN EVENINGS HAZCI 6777
Wholesale ami Retail
Corner BEECHNVOOD BLVD, and
Second Ave. and Elizabeth St.
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FORBES HARDWARE STORE
Household Goods, Hardware, Paints, and Glass
5839 FORB ES STREET
PITTSBURGH 17, PA.
Phone : HAze1 0238
Meg: Hhloin me in a cup of tea?"
Peg: "Do you think we will fit?"
Have you heard the story about the
peacock? -A beautiful tale.
Adolescence-period in which chil
dren begin to question the answers.
Allderdice is full of willing students
some willing to work, the others will
ing to let them.
For good food ir's-
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Repair Service Guaranteed
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Tau Eta Alpha
exlenzls ils best wishes and congmlulafions to the
graduating class of 1947
The Zeta Sigma Phi Sorority
wishes to congratulate its graduating inenibers:
RITA KOTTLER GRETE METZGER
THE MU THETA BETA
OF REGENT SQUARE
Dishes to extend its congratulations to the graduating Class of 1947
Victory A. Z. A. 5. 9. 5.
extend congratulations to the graduating classes of
January and June 1947 and to its graduating rneinbers
in sincere congmlulaziom I0
MICHAEL F. CATALANO
GILBERT R. ELES
ROBERT E. GRYEVE, JR.
CHARLES A. PROVAN
THOMAS E. TOVEY
THOMAS T. TRIMMER, JR.
EDWARD F. XVORRALL
OI1sOr-M R. GEORGE PHILLIPS
Sigma Delta Epsilon
extends its congratulations to those graafaating and its
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Comer Fon-beg JAckSon 9900 Clrosed Fridays
Judy Lynn Store Dresses-Coats-Suits
Infants' and Clzildrerfs Wear Sponnwaf
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ARTS, SCIENCES, ENGINEERING, BUSINESS,
TEACHING, JOURNALISM, MEDICINE, LAVV,
DENTISTRY, SOCIAL WORK, PHARMACY, NURSING
FOR INFORMATION, ADDRESS THE REGISTRAR
Delta ambda Phi
'wishes to extend its congratulations to the graduating Class of 1947
and to its graduating members
ROBERT S. KLEIN
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congmlulates its graduating members
ROBERT JOHN ORRIS
PAUL ALAN STEINMAN
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Compliments 0 f
Northern Light Company
219 EAST OHIO STREET
NORTH SIDE, PITTSBURGH
To the Senior Class of 1947
we zuisli to exteiid our lieartiest
Congratulations to the
YOUTH CENTER Cleaning Co.
5836 FORBES STREET
HAze1 5000 HAZCI 1896
Modine Manufacturing Company
Unit Heaters and Connector Radiation
For Steam and Hoi ll"afer
C EO RCE M. LEATH EM
817 INVESTMENT BUILDING
extends its congratulations to the
Class of June, 1947
i Sigma Tau
'wishes to extend zzs wngmlulations to the gfaduazzng dass of 1941
Congmlulazzom to the following PI SIGM 4 I'f1U members
The House of Reluzble Quality and Service
Standard School Jewelers
NIXON THEATRE BUILDING
Class Rings and Pins Booklet Diplomas Commencement Announcements
Club Pins Cups and Trophies Medals and Awards
Sport Charms and Keys
"VVe hafve what you want
when you want iz."
COMPLETE SCHOOL SUPPLIES
5804 FORBES ST. AT MURRAY
FORBES AND SHADY
Best DVishes from
5854 FORBES STREET
School of Modern Music
Suite 302-303-Nixon Building
Beta Sigma Rho
The superintendent was paying a
hurried visit to an Over-crowded
school. "Any abnormal children in
your class?', he asked one nervous
teacher. "Yes,', she said. "Two of
them have good manners."
Man in bus: 'fVVhom do you think
Other man: "I clon't know. Intro-
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JUNE CLASS OF 1947
Best -wishes to the graduating classes of 1947
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wishes to extend its congratulations to the graduating class
and to its graduating ineinlrersz
DOLORES C. BASS
RUTH KING SIGAL
JOE KATZ FISH MARKET
NICK'S BARBER SHOP
DEXTER ELECTRIC CC.
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2111 Murray Avenue HAze1 3639
Tyler's Radio and Appliance Service
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MURRAY AND DARLINGTON
I remember when I was a freshie,
And how I worked my way to the top.
When I started to smoke on the school
And how I prayed I would never get
I remember how weary I started to get,
So weary I wanted to quit.
I realized how glad I was that I stayed
When I saw the last class day skit.
I remember the food that they served
When I ate it I almost wept.
But all in all it wasn't so bad,
For seven cents, what can I expect?
And now that it's all over,
If I had to do it again
I might after thinking it over.
Might? When do I begin?
Eyes ...... .i...., S hirley Klein Eyes ........ .,.,.,....,.,.. A lan Azen
Smile ..... ....,.,. E unice Belinky Smile ,,........ .......... -I ack Blanner
Figure ....... ...,, ll flarcia Sachs Physique ......,.... . ,.....,. Walter Munhall
Clothes ...... .... . ..Marion Gruene Character ......,....,..,... Charles Davidson
Hair , ..,. ,..,...,...... ,...,.......
Looks . ,..,.,,
Betty Lou Levy
Sense of Humour .........
.Ina .lean Cohen
Disposition ...... .Barbara Knable
Nice ...........,,. .... . .Anita Closky
"Why does a milkman have a white
"To pull his milk wagon."
Did you hear about the naughty
little kangaroo who ran off and left
his mother holding the bag?
Athletic Ability .,.. Herschel Merenstein
Intelligence ..............,........... Bob Cooper
Sense of Humour .,..,.,......,.. Frank Frain
Personality ...,.............. Harold Goldman
Looks .,........... .,.....,... S tanley Watt
Friend ...,.,..,.,...., ,.............. J ack Chaban
Disposition .....,...,....,.,. Mickey Sperling
Nice ......,....,... ......... lv Iike Mendelsohn
The sad sack hates being in the hos-
pital. .According to him you can only
have visitors from two to five. Who
wants to talk to anyone that young?
Then there was the school brain who
wanted to know how many wheels a
football coach had.
Alpha Sigma Tau
wishes to extend congratulations to the graduating class
and it.f graduating members:
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