Allderdice High School - Allderdice Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Class of 1949
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TAYLOR ALLDERDICE HIGH SCHOOL
MR. J. D. NICCLYMONDS, Principal
MR. ARTHUR THOMAS, Vice Principal
PUBLISHED jo1N'rLY uv THE SENIORS OF
THE JANUARY AND JUNE CLASSES OF 1949
THE TAYLOR ALLDERDICE HIGH SCHGOL
SHADY AND FORVVARD AVENUES
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nce upon a tinie, there reigned a kind and
rnighty king. This king had a golden orchard
teeniing with trees that were over-laden with sweet-
tasting and lofuely-looking fruits. This teeming
orchard was cared for hy special gardeners who,
year after year, wanted very inuch for the king's
hundreds of subjects to conie and adniire these
beautiful fruits and perhaps take a little of their
heauty away with theni.
This hook is the story of that king-our Allder-
diceg those over-laden trees hearing the golden
fruits-knowledgeg those special gardeners-our
teachersg the king's subjects-we students. This is
our story. Read and in the golden days to conie,
renfteniher. Renieniher as a child reinernhers his
fafuorite fairy tale. And niay this hafue for you that
fairy tale's'safnie ending, an ending of eternal peace
and heart's contentnient.
Here sits our niighty king. His only
conirnand is: "Know soniethingg do
soinethingg and he something."
erause of all slze lzas fonfribzilezl lo 4-Tllilerrlice, the
graflualing flasses of January anil Jane, 1949, wislz
fo ileilirale tlze Xlllflerflire Journal Io lWiss Elifzabeflz
Miss VVagenlenerlz1 bas renilereil niany oafszaniling
serfoices zo Allilerflice anil zo ifs slaflenzs. Sbe lzas given
anselfisbly of ber ziine anal energy fo pronioie ibe wel-
fare o f :be sclzool. I n all slailents, anil especially in fbose
wlzo liaise needed advice, bas slze sliocvn greaz' inferesf.
Her anfiring enllzasiasnz in ber posilion as Direclor of
.flffifcizies lzas inafle possible many progranzs benefirial lo
all sziiilenfs. Slie bas been largely responsible for tlze
refvifual of inferesl in llze Smilenf Connvil, for tbe vreafion
of tlze Iainelzrooin anil Tutoring Slaffs, anil for lbe azlop-
fion of X1 llfler1liee's war orpbans. ln lier faparify as ilirecfor
of llze Class Play, slze lzas eoaflzefl a series of sufressfiil
proflaetions Ilia! bafue broaglzl ilislinflion fo glllflerilire.
For lbese anfl many ollzer acts of personal lfinflness, flie
seniors are gralefal fo lWiss M7!1KQ'E7ZkUE6'fIl.
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Gloria Prince Eleanor Stein
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BUSINESS MANAGERS ASSISTANT EDITORS
Olga DiNardo Virginia Freeman Lillian Kral
Jane Elliott Edith Hamburger Patricia Miller
ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS
Lawrence Adler Arthur Herbst
Ruth Ann Isaacs
Mary Ann Souyak
Lois Barkowitz Ronald Ecker Allan Reuben
Earl Belle Ronald Lasday Murray Sachs
David Cohen Thomas Litman Jack Weiss
JOURNAL ART STAFF
Arthur Armstrong Lois Rosenberg
Gordon Meixner Lois Glazer
Michael Siviy Joy Gendleberg
Jay Garber Norma Trust
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When the last class assignment is over,
And the text books are all stored awayg
When grades have been placed on report cards,
,And the final class check has been made
We shall rest. And surely we'll need it,
At least for an hour or two,
'Till the night of our own graduation,
When we shall assemble anew.
Then those who have passed shall be honored,
They shall sit in a graduate's seat.
They shall reap the rewards of their efforts
In their various fields of pursuit.
Some excelled in the field of athletics,
Others in music or art.
In seeking to develop their talents
Each played his individual part.
We owe to our faculty members
And their supervisory staff,
We owe to the heritage of ages,
And the truth that lighted our path
The privilege of our graduation
With its values and honors conceived.
Oh, may we add on to the future
And contribute as we have received.
IfVhen commencement ceremonies are over,
And the last fond farewell has been said,
W' e shall test our learning by living
And our training as we move ahead.
Remembering today is the present,
Tomorrow a new day we form.
Forever exalting our motto
Something learned, something lived, something done.
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domain. Tlwy mud the golden
of knowledge with love and wich
pare. And an ijlcgxpct
king? .subjects to enjoy and to
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MR. ARTHUR THOMAS
Mr. .lohn Mcl,anghlin
Miss Elizabeth XVagenkneeht
Cllirf Clerkgllliss lsahel T. Zinn
C'1c'rk4Miss Lois E. Hill
CIv1'ksMiss Florence Kozioziemski
NIR. D. MCCLYMONDS Clerk-Mrs. Helen Miknla
Principal Hook Clerk-Miss Josephine Guarino
Miss Catherine M. Eisanian. Miss Olivia Koenig, Miss jennie A. Norton, Miss Blanche
Mr. Howard Barnes, Miss Helen Bartrim. Mrs. Helen Cznnpthell, Miss Florence E. Graham.
Miss Margaret Hanrahan, Mr. John R. Melvin, Miss Katherine Skarinski, Miss Margaret
Miss Dorothy Albert, Miss Olive Bowlin, Mrs. Della A. Braun, Mr. George Evan.
Miss Lois Grose. Miss Rose D. Hartz, Miss Helen M. Hillarcl, Miss Agnes Kerr. Miss
Catherine A. Mellermott. Miss Nancy T. Moiitgoiiiery. Mrs. Elizabeth Porter, Miss
Uiantha XV. Riddle, Mr. joseph C. Thompson. Miss Elizabeth Warticmcki'
Miss Dorothy Rerginan, Miss Mary Brennan, Miss Yetta T. Kamler, Miss Elizabeth XV.
lilingensniith. Mr. C. T. Roller, Mrs. Myra Simpson, Miss Edna R. Todd
Miss Eleanor Bardsley, Miss Charlotte R. Beachler. Mr. Morris R. Beck, Mr. Sanniel
Blitz, Mr. john R. Coyne. Miss I.. Esther Geist, Miss Grace F. Jessup. Miss Ann Kasnitz.
Miss Bertha O. Mitchell, Dr. Anna M. Quattrocehi, Miss Cora C. Ross. Miss l.eila H. Rupp
I1 oiiseliolii Ecoiioiliirfr
Miss Charlotte E. Bailey, Miss Florence Bechtel. Mrs. Margaret N. Bush, Miss Betty
zlt1"Z'l..Yl'I' I0 GirI.r-Miss Alva K. Held
Miss Harriet Alpert, Mrs. Mary Jane Jones, Mrs. Margaret H. MicMickle
Mr. Edward Caye, Mr. George M. Phillips, Miss Alice L. Phipps, Mr. Ray R. Ralston,
Mr. Walter Shively, Miss Edith May Starz, Mr. Robert C. Trumbull, Miss Ethel F.
Turner, Dr. Wesley Wagner
Mr. Ralph Engelmeier, Mr. A. L. Gautsch, Mr. Herbert A. Lewis, Mr. Ercoe Liberator,
Mr. Alex Seigal, 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,
Miss Margaret Mercer, Mr. Joseph Sarcone, Mrs. Katharyn Hazlett Simms, Mr. Ernest
Slessinger, Mr. Claude W. Sofield
Mr. Lon H. Col'born, Mr. Thomas Davies, Mr. R. J. Hackett, Miss Jane S. Johnston.
Miss jane McCandless, Mr. J. T. Shriner, Mrs. Mae Weber Smith
"' Leave of Absence
Miss Dorothy V. Bruner Mr. Charles E. Dietz
Speech Hall Supervisors
Mrs. Irene K. Bain
Miss Edna K. Bezler
Mrs. Ethel Hynes
Mrs. Bella jones School Doclcnf
Nicholas Chasler, M.D.
Mrs. Ellen Swift, Nurse
Here are ilu Huff Julvjects. They
come from all the comer: of his
kingdom to bak in the wisdom and
the wwmtla of his radiant garden.
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LEO Z. ALMANAHonor Student: Homeroom Treasurer. IZA, 12B:
Homeroom President, 1lA: Class Day Committee: Bands A, B. C.
D: Orchestra A: Marching Band: All City Orchestra: All City
Band: Intramural Basketball
SUSAN ALMAN-Corridor Staff: Orchestra A: Modern Dance
Accomtpanist: Fashion Show Accompanist: Organist for Modern
Dance Program: Orchestra Concerts: Organist for Modern Dance
Program at Bellefield School
PHYLLIS ALPERN-Lunchroom Staff: Hall Staff: Future Teach-
ers of America Club: Dramatic English: Class Play Cast: Senior
Leaders: Routine Leader: Chorus C, E: Volley Ball '46, '47:
DORIS ELAINE ATKINSON-Honor Student: Hall Staff: Special
Dance: M. M. M,: Group A Christmas Program, 19452 Microscope
Club: Class Day Committee: Future Teachers of America Club
GEORGE BALTIC-Hall Staff: Class Day Committeelnlunior
Hi-Y: Intramural Basketball, 1947: Attended Carnegie Music Hall
DOROTHY BANDOLAfTransferred from Gladstone: Basketball
'48: Interested in Baseball: Class Secretary-9B, l0B: Electives-
PRISCILLA BARRON-High Honor Student: Foreword Staff:
journal Staff: Prom Committee: Achievement Train Committee:
Student Council Representative, 9A: Microscope Club: Junior Lead
ers: Schaeffer Ball: Athletic Letter, 9th grade: Latin Club
ALBERT L. BARSKY-Class Day Committee: Camera Club:
Bands A, B, C, D: All City Band
EDWARD BARTOLOMEO--Intramural Basketball '47: Special
Shop: Favorite Sport-Football: Entered 11B from Gladstone:
President 9A Class: junior National Honor Society: Soccer, 10th
BARBARA LYNN BELLfClass Day Committee: Hall Staff:
Basketball '48: Volley Ball '-13: Mushball '-48: Entered 11B from
Gladstone: School Reporter, Gladstone
VELMA J. BLOOM-Secretary, 8B-206: journal Staff: Service
Club: Foreword Staff: Bulletin Staff: Orchestra E. D: Gym
Leader '47: Orchestra Program '45: Gregg Shorthand Awards
NORMAN L. BRAUN-Young Magicians Club: Short VVave Club:
Camera Club: Intramural Basketball '46, '47: Electric Shofp
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LOIS BROWN-President of 11B Homeroom: Ambition-Mode-l:
jewelry Projects: Entered from Fifth Avenue High School
MARY ELLEN CANTLE-Basket-ball '46, '47, '-48: Volley Ball
'46, '47, '48: Swimming Contest '-18: Hockey '48: Sewing Projects:
FREDA CAPLAN-Service Club: Foreword Staff: Entered from
Schenley in 1lA: Hobby-Needlework
PATTY CAUFFIELD-High Honor: Homeroom Vi-ce President:
Microscope Club-Corresponding Secretary: Servi-ce Club: Bulletin
Staff: Hal-l Staff: Chorus A, B, C, E: Chorale: junior Leaders-
President in 9th Grade' Senior leaders: Volle Ball '47 Graduation
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Usher: Chorus A Programs: School of the Air Program-llA
JOHN CHESTER-Football Cluib: Football '47: Intramural Bas-
ketball '46, '47: 453 Club: Special Shop Projects: Favorite Diver-
DEWEY ARTHUR CHILLCOTT-Band A, B: Intramural Basket-
ball '47: Band Concert Programs: Entered 11B from Gladstone'
Class Treasurer, 7B: Class President, SB: Class Treasurer, 9B-
JOHN COBURN-Student Council, llA: Hall Staff: Lunch Room
Staff: Stage Crew: Entered from Peabody in IOA: Peabody Motor
Traffic Club, Stage Crew
ALEX COHEN-Chorus B, C, D: School Sing '46, '48: Favorite
CYNTHIA COHEN-Library Club. 9th Grade: Band D: Hockey.
IZA: Basketball. l2A: Y-Teens, IZA: Life Saving: Young Magi-
FAYE S. COHEN-Homeroom Secretary, 9B: junior Leaders:
Class Leader: Camera Club: Schaeffer Ball, Sth Grade: Favorite
Diversion-Dancing: Favorite Sport-Swimming
LAWRENCE DAVID COOPERMAN-Honor Student: Lunch
Room Staff: Prom Committee: Homeroom Class Day Committee:
Senior Discussion Club: Camera Club: Senior Science Club: Chair-
man, Prom Printing Committee: Band D, C, B, A: Town Meeting
of the Air
MICHAEL L. CUTONE-Special Shop Projects: 453 Clurb: Favorite
Sport-Baselball: Ambition-Construction Engineering
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ELIZABETH DERKACH-Honor Student, Class Treasurer 11A,
IZBQ Jewelry Exhibitiong Jewelry Demonstrator at Arts and Crafts
Center, National Scholastic Exhibit, Intramural Mushball '48
MAYER A. DeROY-Homeroom Treasurer-9Bg Hall Patrol, llth
and 12th Grades, Book Room Staff, 10th Gradeg Favorite Sport-
ANGELINE DiGIORGIOfEntered from Gladstoneg Class Trea-
surer, 10Bg Class Vice President, IUAQ Volley Ball-9th, 10th
Grades, Basketball-l0Ag Ambition-Secretarial Work
LUCY DiGIORGIO-Honor Student, Homeroom President IZA,
Student Council, Basketball '40, ,475 Entered IIB from Gladstone,
10A Class President, Special Interest--Secretarial Work
JEAN A. DUSHAW-Sen-ior Y-Teens Publicity Committee, Bas-
ketball '47, '48, Entered 11B from Holy Rosary High School, Am-
DENNIS ALBERT DZURA-Stage Crew IZA, Student Council
11B, 1lAg Intramural Basketball, Special Shop Project, Favorite
SARALEE EISNER-High Honor Student: French Club Secre-
tary, Orchestras A, B, C5 Piano Soloistg Modern Dance, Harmony
I and II, String Ensemble, Concertmistress of Cello Section in
Orchestra Ag Orchestra Concerts, Accompanist for Band Soloists
FRANK DOMINIC ESPOSITO-Distributive Education: Short
Wave Clurbg Electric Shop Projects, Hobby-Radio VVorkg Favorite
HARRY C. FENNELL-Winner of Second Prize in Humane So-
ciety Poster Contest, Sth Grade: Stage Crewg Microscope Club,
President, Treasurerg Track Team '48, Homeroom President, 12A
JOHN CHARLES FLACCUS-Bands A, B, C, D, Eg Marching
Bandg Diversion-Playing Trumpet, Wood Shop Projevctsg Favorite
VIOLET FLICKNER-Hall Patrolg Chorus Ag Junior Leadersg
"Junior Miss of 1948"g Diversion-Reading, Enjoys-Music, Am-
NORTON J. FREEDEL-High Honor Studentg Homeroom Vice
President, 12Ag Class Day Committeeg Achievement Train Com-
mitteeg Journal Staff, Foreword Staff: Lunch Room Staffg Dra-
matic Englishg Senior Playg Bands C, D, Eg Foreign Broadcastingg
Honorable Mention, Hearst History Contest, American Legion
ROBERT GALAYDA-Iintered Allderdice in 11B from Gladstone, X
Diversion-Sports and Music, XVOOCISIIOIJ Projects, Favorite Sport
GEORGE GODFREY-Allderdice Football Club--IZB, Football
'47, '48, Track '48, Favorite Sport-Boxing, Woodshop Projects,
Entered IIB from Gladstone, Soccer '47
JAMES GOODMAN-Bands B, C, D, Dramatic English, Class
PAUL VICTOR GOODWORTH-Homeroom President, IIA,
Homeroom Vice Pres-ident, 9A, Choir C, Special Shop Projects,
BERNARD GOTTLIEB-Homeroom President IZA. IIB, IOA,
Homeroom Vice President llA, IUB, Prom Committee, Lunch
Room Staff, Ushering Staff, Chess Club, German Club, Or-
chestra C, German Club Program
DANIEL J. GREENSPAN-Homeroom Vice President, 9th Grade,
Homeroom Secretary 8B, Football, Band E, Football Manager '45,
Intramural Basketball '46, Favorite Sport-Boxing, Shop Projects
JOSEPH EDWARD GREZMAK-Homeroom Vice President, l0A,
Stage Crew IZB, IZA, Co-Captain, Student Council, IOA, Intra-
MARGARET HALIKO-Honor Student, Journal Staff, M. M. M.,
Foreword Representative, Chorus B. C, E, Usher, Chorus B Pro-
gram, Certificate of Recognition, Diversions-Music, Sewing, En-
tered 9B from Greenfield, Ambition-Secretarial Work
MARIANNE HALLE-Honor Student, Homeroom Treasurer IZA:
Prom Committee, Lunchroom Staff, Microscope Club, Senior Dis-
cussion Club, Basketball '46, Red Cross Committee
cation, Diversions-Swimming, Collecting Records
cial Chorus, Class Day Committee, Ambition-Nurse
SAM HEINZ-Chorus A, B, C, Male Chorus, All City Chorus:
Spring Festival Program, Track Team '46, '47, Ambition-Mining
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LILLIAN LOVE HANAIEFF-Volley Ball '45, Distributive Edu-
HILDA V. HAYES-Volley Ball '47, Modern Dance Soloist, Spe-
HOWARD HUNTER-Chorus C: Intramural Basketball '-17: W'ood
RUSSELL JONES-Band B: Track '48: Varsity Letter for Track:
Entered IIB from Gladstone: Homeroom Treasurer, 9A
HELEN J. JOSEPH-High Honor Student: Class Day Committee:
Achievement Train Committeeg Foreword Staff: Hockey '48: Basket-
ball '48: American Legion Award
EMIL J. KAPALO-Honor Student: Homeroom Vice President
IIB: jewelry Projectsg Entered IIB from Gladstone: National
junior Honor Society, Student Court: D. A. R. History Award
RICHARD ERWIN KATZ-Prom Committee: Ushers Staff: jour-
nal Staff: Bulletin Staff: Lunch Room Staff: Chess Club: Micro-
scope Club: German Club: Orchestra B: Intramural Basketball
JACQUELINE KAUFMAN-Honor Student: Student Council:
Prom Committee: Dramatic English: Special Dance: Foreword
Representative: Usher: Handbook Committee: Shorthand Certi-
ANNA L. KAZAR-Honor Student: Homeroom President IZA:
Homeroom Vice President, Treasurer IIA: jewelry Exhibition:
Art Demonstration at Art Center: National Scholastic Exhilhit '4S:
Volley Ball '47: Basketball '46, '4S: Mushball '48
NORMA KELCH-Foreword Representative 9A, IOB: Homeroom
President 9A, IOBQ Fashion Show: Basketball '46, '48: Volley
LILA MAE KERN-Chorus E: Volley Ball '47: Favorite Sport-
Baseball: Participant in Spring Festival
IRIS KIMBALL-Young Magicians Club: Junior Discussion Club:
Orchestra A, B, C, D: Woodwind Quintet: Modern Dance: Junior
Leaders: Basketball '47, '4S: Volley Ball '47, '48: Schaeffer Ball
RAYMOND KLEPPICK-Entered IZB from Central Catholic High
School: Hobby-Radio: Favorite Sport-Hockey: Ambition-Radio
and Television Work
PHYLLIS E. KOHL-High Honor Student: Foreword Staff: jour-
nal Staff: Foreword Representative IOA, IIB: Class Day Com-
mittee: Achievement Train Committee: Y-Teen Clulb: Dramatic
English: Class Play Cast: Orchestra B, C, D
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BARBARA ELLEN KRAUSE-Honor Student: Homeroom Secre-
tary, SA: Vice-President IUA: Class Day Committee: Chorus A, B,
D: Chorale '47: Modern Dance: Class Leader: Sang for French Club
JOSEPH W. KUNDRATSI-Iomeroom Vice-President, 9.4: Secre- 1
tary, IUA: I.atin Tutor: Orchestra C: All City Orchestra '44: Scho-
lastic Art Award: Kaufman Key Award: A. A. A. Poster Award:
Ilrotherhood VVQ-ek .Nward
GLORIA ELLEN KWASSER-journal Staff: Stage Crew: Radio
Broadcast: Library Club: Class Day Committee: Typewriting Ex-
MARY ANN LARIMER-Honor Student: Homeroom Secretary:
Treasurer 1.23: Bulletin Staff: Service Club: M. M. M.: Swimming
'48: Volley Ball '47: Shorthand Award
NETTA LEVINSON--Homeroom Secretary IOA: Dramatic Eng-
lish: Class Play Cast: Modern Dance: Lunchroom Staff: Chorus
A, B, C, E: Chorale: Volley Ball: Peace Day Award of Merit
FLORENCE S. LEVY-Foreword Representative IIA-IZA: Hall
Staff: Orchestra E: Class Day Committee
HERBERT Y. LINN-Track Team '40: Bands A, B, C, IJ, E:
Favorite Sport-Hockey: Ambition-Auto Mechanic
GEORGE EDWARD LOPATA-Captain of Stage Crew: Football
Club '48: Football '48: Intramural Basketball: Special Shop Projects
ANGUS MCDONALD-Hall Staff: Stage Crew: Class Play Set
ANITA MAKRAUER-High Honor Student: Homeroom Vice
President, Sth Grade: Dramatic English: Student Director of Class
Play: Property Conunittee: French Club: Service Cluib: All City
Chorus '44, '4S: Volley Ball '44, '46: Basketball '40, '47, '-18: Schaeffer
Ball '4-1: Mushball '47, '48
MELVIN MALITOVSKY--High Honor Student: Homeroom Vice
. President IZB: Chess Club: Football Club: Football '46, '47, '-48:
Intramural Basketball '47, '48
SIDNEY MELVIN MARCUS-Microscope Club: Intramural Bas-
ketball '47: Lunch Room Staff: Hall Staff
Construction: Track '47, '-18: Intramural Basketball: Special Plas-
MARY McNALLY-Homeroom May Queen, .l2B, Certificate of
Merit, Kaufmanxfs Art Exhibit, IOA, Art Projects
OLGA MICHALESON-Life Saving Class, Lunchroom Cashier.
Volley Ball, Modern Dance: Fashion Show, Modern Dance Pro-
gram, Entered from Gladstone, 11B
CLAIRE LOUISE MILES-Honor Student, Foreword Representa-
tive, German Club, Entered from Gladstone, llB, Service Club,
CHARLENE AUDREY MILLER-Senior Leaders, Y-Teens, Or-
chestras A, B, C, Volley Ball '45, '40, '47, Basketball. '46, '47, '48,
Schaeffer B311 '44, '453 Hockey '46, '47, '48, Placed in Swimming
Meet, Mushlball '46, '47
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SANFORD MASSOF-Camera Clulb, Football Club llth, 12th
Grades, Football '47, '48, Intramural Basketball, Ho'bby-Photog-
raphy, Electric Shop Projects
PETER MASTASCUSA-Stage Crew, History Award, SA, Gregg
Shorthand Certificate, Transcription Certificate, Favorite Sport-
STEPHEN V. MATISZ-Entered 11B from Gladstone, Class
Treasurer, 9B, Class Librarian, SA, Woodshop Projects, Favorite
GRIFFITH C. MATTHEWS-Honor Student, Secretary 12A Class,
Homeroom President, Co-chairman Class Day Committee, Hi-Y,
Chorus A, Football '46, '47, '48, Track '47, '48
PAUL H. MAZEROV-Homeroom Vice President, SA, Class Day
Committee, Varsity Club, Dramatic English, Class Play Cast,
Orchestra C, D, Gymnastic Team '45, Swimming Team '45, '46,
Track Team '47, '48, Varsity Letters
JAMES E. MCCAFFREY-Homeroom President, IZB, Homeroom
Vice President, l0B, Hi-1C Club, Track Team '48, Intramural
Basketball, Woodshop Projects
WILLA MCCLESTER-M. M. M., President, Corridor Staff,
Volley Ball '47, '48, Basketball '47, Certificate of Recognition
iWork in Medical Roomj, Entered from Gladstone, 11B
SAVELLA SALLIE MCELRONE-Distributive Education, Fore-
word Representative, Homeroom President, IZA, Modern Dance,
M. M. M., Vice President, Lunch Check Cashier
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HELENE RHODA MINTZ-Service Club.,-Bulletin Staff, Gyln
l.eader, 7A, Gregg Shorthand Award, Ambition-Accounting
RUSSELL MITCHELL-Stage Crew, Citticenship Awardl 8A,
Gregg Shorthand Award, Gregg Typing Certificate, Favorite Sports
MARY MARGARET MOHRBACH-Horneroom Treasurer, Fash-
ion Show 9th, 10th Grades, Mushfball '47, Basketball '48, Ambition
LOIS E. MONTGOMERY-Achievement Comrnittee., Fashion
Show, Sewing Projects, Diversion-Light Opera, Favorite Sport-
LA VERN E. MORSAINT-Favorite SubjectHCookingZ Diversion
-Swimming, Entered from Hays Public School
RUTH H. MOSS-Voice Group A. B, C, Special Dance, Inter-
JAMES MUSSMAN-Intramural Basketball '46, '47, '48, Volley
Ball '47, '48, English Class Play '45, Homeroom Secretary, 9B,
Football Team Manager '45
SHIRLEY LEE NOBLE--Senior Leaders, President in IZA, Social
Chairman in IZB, Y-Teens, Social Chairman, Allderclice Bowling
League, Orchestras A, B, C, D, Volley Ball '40, '47, '48, Basketball
'47, '48, Hockey '47, Mushball '46, '47, '48
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SHIRLEY OPDYKE-Homeroom Vice-President. IZA, Volley Ball
junior Scholastic Medal, Library Club, lOth Grade
MITCHELL D. OSTWIND-Assistant School Treasurer, IOA,
Dramatic English, Class Play Cast, Green Key, C-horus A, B, C,
Male Chorus, Risers Committee, Special Ensem-ble, Foreign Broad-
LOUIS PARIKAKIS-Distributive Education, Green Key, Hall
Staff, Homeroom Vice President, Favorite Sport-Basketball
PHYLLIS PARKHURST-Basketball '48, Sewing Projects, Fash-
ion Show, Diversion-Roller Skating, Ambition-Private Secretary
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IIB, Entered in IIB from Gladstone, Orchestra, 7th and Sth Grades,
RICHARD PARKHURST-Special Shop Projects: Diversion-
Hockey: Favorite Sport-Baseball: Entered from Mifflin School
CORRINE D. PELGER-Homeroom Secretary. IZA: Homeroom
President, l0B: Student Council: Foreword Representative: Tutor-
ing Project: Volley Ball '-18: Basketball: Hockey '48: Fashion
MERYL R. PERELSTINE-HHigl1 Honor Student: Homeroom Sec-
retary llB, IOB: Dramatic English: Class Play: Junior Leaders:
Senior Leaders: Foreword Representative: Tutoring Project: Radio
Broadcast: Spring Festival: Class Day Committee
DOLORES L. PFERDEKAMPER-Honor Student: Homeroom
President IZA: Vice President l2B: Journal Staff: Future Teachers
of America Clulb: Y-Teens: Foreword Representative: 214 Activi'
ties Staff: Orchestras A, B, C: Gregg Shorthand Award
MARY RUTH PFLAUM-Homeroom Secretary IZA: Homeroom
President llB, llA, lZB: Class Day Committee: Library Club:
Service Club: Camera Club: Bulletin Staff: Chorus I, HI: Volley
Ball '47: Graduation Usher '48: Gregg Shorthand Award: Honor
RHODA JOY PHILLIPS-Hall Staff: Foreword Representative:
Student Council: Graduation Usher: Dramatic English: Class Play:
Homeroom Vice President: Junior Leaders: VVorld Broadcasters:
Gregg Speed Test
MARY LOU POWELL-Gregg Shorthand Award: Draft Board
Registration: Grading Counselor's Test: Bulletin Staff: Service
Clwb: M. M. M.: Hall Staff: Mushball '47, '48: Volley Ball '47:
Basketball '46, '47
GLORIA JUNE PRINCE-High Honor: Student Treasurer lZA:
President of Homeroom 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th Grades: Prom Com-
mittee: Journal Staff: Student Council Social Committee: Student
Council Vice President and President: Junior Leaders: Special
Dance: Modern Dance: International Broadcasters: Chorus I, III:
Modern Dance Program: Community Chest Program: American
Legion Award: Spelling Award
ELIZABETH JANE PRITCHARD-Y-Teens: Homeroom Secre-
tary IZA: Chorus A. B, C, D: All City Chorus 1946: Sewing Coun-
cil: Fashion Show
FRANCES RADOSEVICH-High Honor Student: Vice President.
Homeroom, llA: Class Day Committee: Achievement Train 'Com-
mittee: Journal Staff: Foreword Staff, Editor-in-Chief: History
Contest Award: D. A. R. Award for History: American Legion
Award: Unselfish Service Award
WANDA JUNE RICHMOND-Honor Student: Homeroom Presi-
dent, 9A-IUA: Student Council Representative: Prom Committee:
Journal Staff: Dramatic English: Class Play Cast: Microscope
Clulb: Senior Discussion Club: Student Council, Social Committee.
Problems Committee Chairman. Constitution Committee Chairman:
International Broadcasters: May Queen, 304
SIDNEY ROBERTS--Senior Lifesavings: Standard First Aid:
Entered from Brooklyn High School, IZB: Ambition to Become a
cc-.- . l
RONA SUE ROBINSONA-Social Committee, IOB: Dramatic Eng-
lish Class: History Lectures, IIA: Favorite Diversions-Movies.
Radio, Dancing, Baseball: Favorite School Subject-jc'welry
BETTY ANN ROLF-Honor Student: Homeroom Secretary, IZA:
Dramatic English Class: Class Play Cast: Modern Dance: Y-Teens.
Program Chairman: M. M. M.: Harmony I, II
FRANCES M. ROSEN-Hall Patrol: Dramatic English: Library
Club: Foreword Representative: Red Cross: Graduation Usher:
Favorite Sport-Swimming: Hobbies-Knitting, Collecting Records
HERBERT JOSEPH ROSENZWEIG-Homeroom President, 9B-
IIB: Radio Broadcast, l1A: Green Key: Dramatic English Class:
Class Play Cast: Prom Committee: Orchestras B, C, D: Cheer-
leader '47-'-48: Swimming Team '43-'-10: Track Team '46-'48: Var-
ERMA ROSSI-Orchestras AX. B. C: Future Teachers of America
Club: Basketball '-48: Favorite Sport-Bowling: Favorite Pastime-
Dancing: Entered from Saint Rosalia's High School
EDWARD RUBEN-Elective Class: Mechanical Drawing: Favorite
Sport-Baseball: Entered from Linden School
IRIS GERTRUDE RUBENSTEIN-Honor Student: Camera Club:
Lunchroom Staff: Voice Groups C, E: Foreword Representative:
I yping Award
RICHARD I. RUBENSTEIN-Orchestra A: Harmony I, II: Wood-
wind Quintet: Woodwind Quintet Concert at Regent Square: Or-
chestra Concert: Entered from Schenley in ll.-X: Youth Symphony
FRANK WILLIAM RUSH-Hall Patrol IZB: jewelry Projects:
Entered 1lB from Gladstone junior High: Art Projects
JANET PHYLLIS SADLER-Student Council Social Committee:
Hall Staff: Ushers: Dramatic English: Class Play: Prom Com-
mittee: Chorus A, C, D: Home Room Class Day Committee
MARILYN SAMOWITZ-Hockey '47, '-13: Volley Ball '47, '-132
Red Cross Project: Secretary Homeroom '-17: Entered from Brad-
dock High School in IIB
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JORDAN SCHLESSEL-Homeroom Class Day Committee: Chess
Club, Green Key, World Broadcasters, Bands A, B, C, Football
'45, '46, '47, Basketball '46, '47
PHYLLIS KAY SCHUETZMAN-Foreword Representative, 7B-
7A, Homeroom Treasurer, SB-SA, Class Day Committee, History
Lectures, 1lA, Jewelry Ex-hibition
MARGARET MAE SCHULTZ-German Club, Special Dance '46,
Softiball '47, Hockey '47, Volley Ball '48, Swimming Meet '48
WALTER L. SCHWER-Hall Staff, Ambition - Professional
Piano Player, Hob'by-Wood-iwork, Favorite Sports-Baseball and
Basketball, Entered from Holy Rosary School
DOROTHY SEGAL-Student Fecleralists, Treasurer, 12B-12A,
German Club, Homeroom Treasurer IZB, Library Club, Senior
Discussion Clulb, 'Chess Club: Dramatic English, Cast and Stage
Crew, Spelling Contest SA, Chorus A, B, Homeroom Class Day
JOSIAH SEGAL-Hall Staff, 'Class Day Committee: Chess Club,
Camera Club, Band A, B, C, D, Marching Band, All City Band
LORA MARJORIE SEIBERT-Homeroom Secretary, IZA, Trea-
surer l1B-l1A, P. T. A., Bands A, B, C. D, Chorus A, B, C, D,
Hockey '47, '48, Basketball '46, '47, '48, Shaeffer Ball '47, Sewing
Coun-cil, Homeroom Class Day Committee
MARGOT B. SELIG-Honor Student, Student Council 11B-12A:
Senior Discussion Club, Student Federalists, German Club, Presi-
dent 1lA-12B, Ushers Club, Dramatic English, Class Play Cast,
Prop Committee, Stage Crew, German Play, llA, Fashion Shows
SANFORD DAVID SHANBLATT-Vice President, 12A Class,
High Honor Student, Homeroom President-9B, 9A, l0B, Home-
room Vice President-11B, 1lA, Student Council-9A, Co-chairman
of Class Day Committee, Microscope Club, German Clulb-Vice
President, German Play, Orchestra A, Senior All City High School
CAROL JEANNE SHOMBERT-Homeroom Class Day Com-
mittee, Chorus A, Chorale
INA SILVERMAN-Homeroom Treasurer-8th Grade, Life Sav-
ing, Volley Ball '47, Lectures for Sociology-'48, War Stamps
Committee-Sth Grade, Diversions-Dancing, Movies, Reading,
PI-IYLLIS SILVERMAN-Honor Student, Modern Dance, Presi-
dent, Dramatic English, Class Play Cast, Class Day Committee:
World Broadcasting Club, Chorus A, C, Volley Ball-'48, Diver-
sions-Dancing, Music, Sports
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SEMA SILVERMAN-Honor Student: German Club: Chorus A,
B, C, E: Chorale: Special Ensemble: Diversions-Singing, Sports,
Dancing: Favorite Sport-Baseball Games
STANFORD DANIEL SIMON-Stage Crew: Prom Committee:
German Club: Dramatic English: Class Play Cast: Orchestra A, B:
All City Orchestra
BERNARD SINGER-Chorus A. B, C, D: Male Chorus, IZB:
Syria Mosque Program, 1948: Carnegie Hall Program, 1948: Choir
Auditorium Programs: Intramural Volley Ball, IZB: Class Day
MAXINE SISSMAN-Homeroom Vice President, llth Grade: Serv-
ice Club: Foreword Staff: Bulletin Staff: Gym Leader: Library
Club: Amlbition-Private Secretary
ROSE SOMERMAN-Hall Staff: Journal Staff: Choir A. B, C.
E: Chorale: Special Voice Ensemble: Class Day Committee
ELEANOR STEIN-Honor Student: Student Council Representa-
tive, IZB, IZA: Hall Staff: Lunchroom S-taff: Ushers Club: Inter-
mediate Discussion Club: F. T. A.: Dramatic English: Class Play
Cast: Journal Staff
JOHN ARTHUR STEIN-Honor Student: Class Day Committee:
Journal Staff: Senior Science Club: World Broadcasters: Camera
Club: Vice President IZA: Senior Discussion Club: Junior Town
Meeting: Bands A. B, C, D: Marching Band: VVoodwind Trio:
All City Band '45, '48: Syria Mosque Band Program
ARLENE HOPE STEINBERG-German Club: Chorus B, C: Or-
chestra E, C: Harmony I. II: Favorite Diversion-Singing
GERALDINE U. STEMPIN-Homeroom President 10A: Secretary
11B: Treasurer 11A: Chorus A. C, D: History Award 8A
FRANCES MARILYN SUBIN-Class Day Committee: VV0rld
Broadcasters: Favorites-Horseback Riding and South American
Music: Entered Allderdice in 10A from VVestern High School,
ARLENE SUKOLSKY-Honor Student: Service Club: Bulletin
Staff: Homeroom Treasurer 12.-X: International Peace Day Cer-
tificate of Merit: Gregg Word Award: Draft Board Registration:
Grading Counselor's Test: Volley Ball '47: Mushball '47, '48
HARRIETT TALENS-Hall Staff: Camera Club: M. M. M..
Publicity Chairman: Special Dance: Favorite Sport-Swimming:
Counselor at Deer Creek: Favorite Diversion-Column Writing
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ANNA MAE TITMUS-Homeroom Vice President, IZA: Senior
Y-Teens: Chorus A, B: Special Dance: Special Dance Program at
Foster Memorial Hall, Future Teachers of America Club
MARVIN TWERSKY-Homeroom Vice President, IZB: German
Club: Magicians Club Program, 7B: Favorites-Swimming, Sym-
MARY ELLEN WAGNER-Orchestra A, B: French Club: Senior
Leaders, Vice President. Treasurer: Hockey '47, '48: Volley Ball
'47, '48: Mushball '46, '47, '-18: Baseball '45, '47, '48: All City Or-
chestra: Music Festival
NORBERT WEIKERS-High Honor Student: IZA Class Presi-
dent: Homeroom President, IZB: Student Council Representative,
IZA: Prom Committee, Co-chairman: "Bill of Rights" Broadcast,
l1A: journal Staff: Orchestras B. C. Eg All City Chorus, SB: Horn
Quartet, Hearst History Contest: American Legion Award: Class
Day Committee: University of Pittsburgh Scholarship
AUDREY WEINTRAUB-Homeroom Class Day: Dramatic Eng-
lish: Class Play Cast: 214 Activities Group: Modern Dance
MARLENE T. WEITZ-Homeroom President, IOA: Homeroom
Secretary, IIB: Hockey '46: Diversion-Movies: Favorite Subject-
Cookingg Favorite Sport-Basketball: Garden Club
CHARLES T. WHATTON-Stage Crew: Favorite Sport-Foot-
ball: School Preference-Shop VVork: Hobby-Model Building:
PAUL EDWARD WHITE-Hall Staff: Bands B, C. D, E: Favorite
Sport-Football: Machine Shop Projects: Entered Allderdice 9B
from St. Rosalia
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GERALDINE WINBUSH-Basketball: Volley Ball: Entered All-
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IZA Class: llomeroom Vice l'resiclent, 9tli-lltli Grade: Prom Coni-
mittee. Co-Cliairinan: Library Club: Microscope Club, President,
l2.X: Senior Scienee Club: Green Key: Discussion Cluib: Football
Club: Ciernian Clnb: Football Team. '46-48: Intramural Basketball
'44, '-W: .'XllClllUI'lllll1 Football Program: XNVVSVV Broadcast: For-
DOROTHY JEAN ZEHER-Favorite Sports-Swimming, Basket-
ball: llobby-Sewing: lfntered from Greenfield, 9B: Ambition-
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ALBERT BARSKY and his Super Six Sextet take a lll0flfll'S engagement
at the new Penn Lincoln Club.
MARY ELLEN CANTLE, the aquatic star, has signed another Hollywood
ALEX COHEN is vacationing in Florida after striking oil on Douglas
MAYER DE ROY, INC., has expanded his jewelry store chain to the
entire eastern United States.
Seen at the Paris fashion show buying original creations was JEAN
DUSHAW from Sak's Fifth .-Xvenue.
General HARRY FENNELL, of the United Nations' xxfllly. is now en-
gaged in an inspection tour of Northern Siberia.
Now a famous optical technician, JOHN FLACCUS, is in Chicago to
address a convention.
Making his home in the peut-house of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, JAMES
GOODMAN has made millions on NVall Street.
HILDA HAYES has been appointed head of the nursing staff at John
ANNA KAZAR recently announced the opening of her stenography school.
LILA KERN has just been voted the most efficient private secretary of
The famous artist, JOSEPH KUNDRAT, has again won first prize in
the International Art Competition at New York.
GLORIA KWASSER will receive a citation for her work in the field of
FLORENCE LEVY was elected president of the National Association of
Medical Secretaries at their convention last week.
GEORGE LOPATA, of the world champion Pittsburgh Pirates, has won
another batting title.
ANGUS MacDONALD has just been named athletic instructor of Smith
LOIS MONTGOMERY is fast becoming the most popular seamstress for
the Hollywood stars.
MARY MOHRBACH will take over the position as bookkeeiper for the
MERYL PERELSTINE is now head physical education instructor of
one of our largest universities.
The success of one of America's large business enterprises is credited to
their advertising executive, RHODA PHILLIPS.
Under the direction of SIDNEY ROBERTS, the local football team has
won its third straight championship.
The eminent psychiatrist, BETTY ROLF, has edited another book on the
The prominent physician, HERBERT ROSENZWEIG, has gained uni-
versal acclaim for 'his work at Pittsburgh's billion-dollar Medical Center.
FRANK RUSH has been cited for his educational research in the possi-
bility of making jewelry out of plastic glue.
It is rumored that JANET SADLER will buy another television station
in the near future.
PHYLLIS SCHUETZMAN, well-known social Worker, has succeeded in
abolishing one of the worst slum sections in the country.
DOROTHY SEIGAL will make her debut as a Metropolitan star on
opening night this season. U
Social worker MARGOT SELIG will speak before Congress regarding
deplorable conditions in certain parts of the country.
CAROL SHOMBERT is the new vocalist for a name band.
His new music store just opened, STANFORD SIMON 85 CO. has the
sole agency for Stradivarius violins in the United States.
BERNARD SINGER, ace sportscaster, has been ch-osen to announce the
Dust Bowl Game next year.
JOHN STEIN, the traffic manager, has embarked on a 3000-mile bicycle
trip to Alaska.
Laboratory technician FRANCES SUBIN will be honored at a banquet
for her excellent. work in that field.
A new method of increasing plant life has been formulated by the chemist,
Professor MARVIN TWERSKY.
AUDREY WEINTRAUB is private secretary to the most important busi-
ness man in the United States.
Recently returned from the Army, CHARLES WHATTON was given per-
mission to build Pittsburghys sixth television station.
Plane stewardess BEVERLY WILLIAMS made the headlines for her
heroic action in saving several passengers in a recent plane crash.
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l.liU AXlAMAXN'S a Dorsey we would say.
AX very cheerful and considerate young lass,
'l'here is no test that IAJNNIIC AXTKINSUN can't
lall, dark, handsome, and as nice as can he,
ls our pal, GICORGIQ liiXl.'ll1L', of the varsity.
To unlock happiness, LUIS HRUXXN has the key.
XX'ith poise and captivating personality. 1
L'X'N'l'HlAiX COHIQN has such lovely red hair,
For swinnning this girl has a definite flair.
For wit, good looks, and hrains rolled into one,
XX'e choose a true friend, IUXRRY ClJUl'IiRM,iXN.
VlOI.l'f'l' Fl.lCKNl2R, our favorite flower,
llrings happiness at any hour.
:X leader among us is NORTON FRlClClJlCl.g
'l'his versatile hoy does everything well.
RUl4lfRT'S a hoy who is fine and sincere:
For G.'Xl.A-XYlJ.'X'S future. we have no fear.
XX'ith cheer, good will, and personality galore,
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'l'hat's why, friends, BENNIE GO'l"l'l.llClS'S winning'
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Performs her tasks with a forceful will.
Intelligence, wit, and joviality
Give DICK KATZ leadership ability.
A happy .greeting and a cheery -smile
Make NORMA KELCH a girl w-ho's quite in style.
NETTA LEVINSON sings and she also dances,
She holds the boys in her trances.
To find a popular lad do not start a quest,
MELVIN MALITOVSKY ranks far above the rest.
SIDNEY MARCUS is really quite a friend,
His humor and jest we hope will never end.
A quiet fellow is our STEVE,
There's no nicer lad than MATISZ we believe.
PAUL MAZEROV'S a boy who'll soon find fame and riches,
His jolly wit and humor help keep us all in stitches.
Her beauty and her charm we give as ample reason
For saying none compare with ULGA MICHALESON.
Upon becoming a nurse CLAIRE MILES' hopes are bent,
That she will be a great success is evident.
CHARLENE MILLER does our singing,
Her voice in our hearts will always be ringing.
There's no doubt that winning success he can,
For few are so nice as is JIM MUSSMAN.
WANDA RICHMOND'S a girl, pretty, and neat,
In looks, personality, she can't be beat.
FRANCIE ROSEN is our carefree miss,
Wherever she goes she'll bring heavenly bliss.
JORDAN SCI-ILESSEL'S a boy wiho's work will be done,
But you can count on him for frolic and fun.
A member of the German Club,
MARGARET SNCHULTZ is one not to snub.
Another member of the band,
JOSIAH SEGAL,S the kind that friends demand.
Yes, PI-IYLLIS SILVERMAN will be a well-known name,
For very soon she'll dance her way to fame.
RQSE SOMERMAN'S a sweet and charming DEButante,
Whose personality does for nothing want.
Like a skylark ARILINE STEINBERG can croong
She also makes the fellows swoon.
NORBERT WEIKERS is our president,
In matters of importance he is never hesitant.
Because she's clever, bright, and lots of fun
To be with cute JEAN ZEHER the kids all run.
I-Ie's pleasant, active, quick, alert, and kind,
So ALLAN ZYTNICK won't be left behind.
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Teacher ., .... Mr. .lohn Melvin
President ., ,.,,. Griffith lllatthews
Vice President ,,... .A.., A ,. .l'hyllis Kohl
Secretary . Corrine llelger
Treasurer . ., . . A .. Marianne Halle
Foreword Representative . , ,, Margaret Haliko
Student Council Representative . ,. , .. . . ,. . , . ,.... ., . sllleanor Stein
.S'1r.vf111 .fllmrm-Susan makes music wherever she goes:
.Xnd she is quite sweet from her head to her toes.
l'l1-vllix .'lff"t'1'll --l'hyllis, our quite tall hrlmette,
lVill he found hy some talent scout yet.
1flI"IUlll'l1' lftl1'fUfUllll'U-l':IlCllClS friends are many: enemies he has none:
H e's the one to count on to get things done.
l?u1'Im1'r1 lic!!-llarhara is friendly. sweet, and kind,
A truer friend you'll never find.
lJr'wr'y ClIliHl'0ff-Xvlltfl'C jokes and jolly times ahound,
lt's there that Dewey will he found.
Jolm Cblvzrrzz---Iohnny is usually found in the hall:
The girls all like him because l1e's so tall.
lfllbtllwllz llwkurli-lletty is pretty. a lovahle maid:
Our memory of her will never fade.
l14'm1i.r lI:11raA.-X girl's attention-llennis attracts it.
A good intentionf-Denny hacks it.
Joscjvlz G7'l'SlIlllk-blllSC1Jll is serious, carefree, or gayg
1'le's a likeahle chap to meet any day.
,llariruznc 1ftIHt'7AlZl.l'lZlIlllC is a pretty girl with a brilliant mindg
In the future we hope to find more of her kind.
Emil 1XVllfltIlU'l':lllll makes friends and keeps them toog
A thing that all of us can't do.
Margaret Haliko is a blonde little girlg
The carpet of success at her feet she'll unfurl.
A girl who's sure to reach her goal
Is the sweet and petite Miss Phyllis Kohl.
Sanford Massof-a very nice fellow,
Has a temper that's always mellow.
Griffith M atthews-Griffith, the secretary of the january class,
Has a smile for every lad and lass.
Willa Belle McClester-Willa is a girl whose charm we can praiseg
She makes an impression which always stays.
Shirley Noble we crown queen of sports:
You find many followers in her courts.
Mitchell Ostwind-Mitchell can sing and act very well
And as a friend he's really swell.
Richard Parlehurst-Porky is quiet and has a nice gring
If you need a friend, you can rely on him.
Corrine Pelger-Corrine has good looks and pep a-plenty,
In fact she has enough for twenty.
Betty Jane Pritchard-Betty for sewing has a flair,
She makes clothes one likes to wear.
Frances Radosevicli takes the leadg
As a teacher she's sure to succeed.
Rona Robinson will take a plane
To fulfill her ambition to visit Spain.
Erma Rossi plays the violing
An expert in her field she's always been.
A boy whose face carries a friendly grin
Is known to his friends as Edward Ruben.
The boy who appears in a friendly mien
Is known by the name of Dick Rubinstein.
To the boy who'll succeed I'll take off my hat
And always remember Sanford Shanblatt.
The girl who sings our favorite songs
Is Seina Sil'z1er1na-n, who will charm throngs.
Eleanor Stein--Eleanor's the brunette whom we saw on the stageg
In the future she is bound to be the belle of the age.
Geraldine Steinpin is the girl with the voiceg
As a singer she'll be our very first choice.
Harriett Talens is short and sweetg
As a friend she can't be beat.
Our "little angel" is Anna Mae Titinnsg
She's good all year round, not only on Christmas.
Mary Wagner is a blue-eyed lassg
She's quite a help to orchestra class.
The girl with the jokes is Marlene PVeitz,'
Someday her name may be seen in lights.
Geraldine Winbnsh has the cutest smileg
Her pleasing personality is always in style.
The athletes are always sure to ring the 'bellg
One of the best is Robert Zangwill.
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President ,..A,,, .. . .... Dolores Pferclekaniper
Vice Presicleut .....A,.. .Patricia Cauffielcl
Secretary ,, ,....,.,..... ...... ....,.,, lX I ary Ruth Pflaum
'lll'CZlSl1l'CI' . ., ..., ,, ....,. ,.............,, , -Xrlene Sukolsky
l+'orewo1'fl Representative .. r.r,,.,, .,....... l Dolores Pferclekamper
Student Council Rep1'ese11.tative ,..,.,, . ....,.,..... Jacqueline Kaufman
Siigar and spice make Velma surpassg
.-X cl1a1'111i11g' young lass, and tl1e pricle of our class.
In lfrerla, you'll fincl 1lOl a better friend:
Mlvice and knowleclge sl1e'll always lenrl.
Vivacious and pleasant and always cheery,
Patty is sincere, and never clreary.
Russ is L'llC'CI'l-lll, pleasant, gay:
Makes you happy all the day.
'lackie's glaiuorous, snappy and neat:
Class play rlramat was really l1er meat.
MARY ANN L.-XRIMER
Mary fxllll is tl1at happy-go-lucky lass
xxyllll aclrls to tl1e quality of our class.
Sl1e's clever, attractive, and very brigl1t,
'l'l1e whole class agrees ,1X11ita's all right.
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A happy-go-lucky guy is Peteg
Everyone knows, he just can't be beat.
Dolores is our journalist, pretty and cleverg
Ready to help, and a friend forever.
Add a quiet sense of humor to a serious minded gal,
And you will have a person who is really quite a pal.
Full of fun and mischief, Russ livens any crowdg
With his lively sense of humor, he makes us laugh out loud.
If you're looking for fun and laughter, you'll get it whe-n Maxine's around
For she radiates good spirits and joy that knows no bound.
MARY LGU POWELL
With winning charm and pleasing smile
Mary Lou attracts in marvelous style.
Plenty of fun, jokes galore-
That's Arlene who's never a bore.
"Efficiency plus" is her middle name, for she renders her services gladly
In homeroom and office she gives her time and never does any job badlv
MARY RUTH PFLAUM
Her disposition-mighty sweet, 'her sense of humor-kinda' neatg
Her piquant smile, a real treatg Mary Ru-th's just hard to beat.
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Bashful and benevolent .,....... ..,.,..., B ernard Gottlieb
Eager and enticing ....,........ .,......... E leanor Stein
Lively and lyrical .i..........,.,... ......,,,. L eo Alman
Frivolous and fun-loving ....,,... ....,,.. F rances Rosen
Peppy and popular ii,..,.,.....,,., ....,...,, P aul Mazerov
Cute and congenial .,,,..,...., .,...,...... C ynthia Cohen
Merry and musical ....,.,.. ........ M itchell Ostwind
Sweet and singing ..,,,....,..., .....,.,,, S ema Silverman
Gracious and gregarious
Happy and hilarious ......,... ...,,
Rollicking and robust ....,.i,.
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Teacher , .. . .. Mr. Howard U. Barnes
President A l .... .... . .Savella Melilrone
Yiee l'resident .. ..Louis l'arikakis
Secretary . , ,. .. . ..., ,Ann Orlando
'l'reasurer ,. . .. . ,, ,. ,, .. ., .,.. XVilliam Reid
Foreword Representative .,.,, Savella Mclilrone
They called her frivolous Sal,
.Xn inipish sort of a gal:
.X heart full of eheer to whoever is near,
l,hat's our gal bal.
Sonic-iliing quaint--something' sort of grandish,
Gives us joy when you are near.
Can't help be so blond and Frankish,
Can't help he so "I don't care."
The air seems fresh, the lights grow bright:
The walls are charged with dynamite:
The artificial flowers bloom
XVhen l,il walks into the room.
Can't find another one just like Lou
XVith wavy hair of a raven hueg
His friendly smiles forever more
Cause our spirits to zooni and soar.
Teacher ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ...... M r. joseph C. Thompson
President .....,....... ......,............. L ucy DiGeorgio
Vice President ,..,.. .,.,. .,........ S h irley Opdyke
Secretary A...,..,,................., ....., M arjorie Seibert
Treasurer ......,,.....,............... .....r.. G loria Prince
Foreword Representative ,....,.,.... ...... P riscilla Barron
Student Council Representative .i.. . .Gloria Prince
Faye Cohen-Blonde hair, sparkling eyes,
Bring forth innumerable sighs.
Gloria Prince-A gal of common sense.
Every place is enhanced by her presence.
Lucy DiGi0rgi0-The president of room 453W
A class asset, we all will agree.
Angeline DiGiorgio-The other half of the pair,
Neither of which is more fair.
Howard Hunter-One of the finest fellows you'll ever meet:
In every way he's hard to beat.
Raymond Kleppick-With pleasant smile and unselfish way,
Qnly the best of him can we say.
LaVern Morsaint-lt's a pleasure when Mo's around:
In cheerful mood s'he's always found.
Marilyn Samowitz-VVinning personality, quick wit,
Our Mulki will always make a hit.
Shirley Opdyke-Her sense of humor shines out brightg
She really creates a pretty sight.
Marge Seibert-Vivacious, animated, and full of zest.
Lou really rates among the best.
Ina Silverman-Full of pep and welcome cheer-
You're always glad when lna's near.
Iris Rubenstein-Always sweet, always kind,
Iris is there with her quick mind.
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Paul White-Where you find pep and shouts of cheer,
You can be sure that Paul is near.
Phyllis Parkhurst-Her quiet voice is always kind,
Great joy in all her plans, she'll find.
Iris Kimball-What is our Iris made of?
Sugar and spice and everything nice.
Saralee Eisner-In music Saralee will succeed,
Her future is one all will heed.
Barbara Krause-Her voice like a lark, rings clear
Her future is bright, we surely can tell.
John Chester-Oh Johnnie! a person so grand-
For you anyday we'll take the stand.
Priscilla Barron-The top one in our class,
So c-harming, so sweet, just one lovely lass.
Mike Cutone-This quiet lad is always sweet,
He's one fellow you'll surely like to meet.
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Herbert Linn-Herbie we'll miss when school is o'erg
Wish we could have him with us more.
Dorothy Bandola-A pleasing girl with lovely red hair-
No one is found who is more fair.
James McCaffrey-Jim-my is a swell fellow to know,
We'll really hate to let him go.
Norman Braun-Norm's smile is most captivatingg
One can almost feel his personality radiating
Daniel Greenspan-Hair so black, eyes so brown,
Dan has ability to win renown.
Sam Heinz-Sam's the one we can't do without-
Of his musical skill there is no doubt.
Ruth Moss-Success should come to Ruth in what
For of everything a success she makes.
Paul Goodworth-Sparkling eyes and hair so light
A true visi-on in any girl's sight.
Walter Schwer-In Walter we have found a friendg
His luck in life should never end.
The January graduating class of 1949 ha-s decided by vote that the
following students deserve their respective titles of:
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Best Looking , ...... ..
Most Courteous .....,......
Most Cheerful ..,...........
Most Athletic ....,.,.....,..,.,.,.
Nicest Personality .,....,.....
Best Physique ......,.............
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Head of Hair .,,..,....,.......
Nicest Set of Teeth ,.....,.,.,
Norbert Weikers ..,.
Bernard Gottlieb ,...
,lohn Chester ........,.
Paul Mazerov .....,..
Most Likely to Succeed, ..., .
' .George Godfrey ....
Nort-on Freedel .. , .
Robert Zangwill ....
Ed Bartolomeo ......
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Wanda Richmond, Phyllis Alpern
Audrey Weintraub, Phyllis Silverman
Hannah .. .. .. .. Dorothy Segal
Randolph.. .. . ..,.. .. .. ...Norton Freedel
Herbert Rosenzweig, Mitchell Ostwind
Jacqueline Kaufman, Rhoda Phillips
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Mrs. Shlutzhammer .......... ...Janet Sadler
Susie ..... Betty Ann Rolf, Phyllis Kohl
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FRANCES HAMBURGER AARON-Journal Staff, Co-Editor:
Foreword Staff, Co-Editor: Qualitative Analysis Class: French
Club, Secretary, Treasurer, Latin Club, Western Pennsylvania
French Contest-6th Prize '47, lst Prize '48, 2nd Prize '49, Allder-
dice Achievement Train: Juvenile Delinquency Essay Contest-3rd
Prize, Civic Club Test, Chemistry Contest, '49
JOE ABBENANTE-Homeroom President, 1lB, Ambition-Auto
Mechanic, Favorite Sport-Baseball
MARY LOUISE ABELgHome Economics Projects, Volley Ball
'48, '49, Basketball '47, Future VocationfSecretarial VVork, Fa-
vorite Subject-Home Economics
ROBERT A. ABRAMS-Hall Staff, Bands C, D, E, Poster Con-
test, Art Projects, Carnegie Tech Art School, Mechanical Draw-
ing, Electric, VVood, Print, Machine Shops, Homeroom Basketball
ROSALIN MAE ABRAMS-Class Day Committee, Camera Club:
Greenhouse Club, Orchestra, 7th and Sth Grades: Fashion Shows,
'47, '48, '49, Chamfpionship Schaeffer Ball, Championship Hockey
LAWRENCE N. ADLER-Senior Class Treasurer, Prom Com-
mittee, Co-Chairman, Journal Staff: Dramatic English: Qualitative
Analysis, Green Key, Homeroom President, Sth-12th Grades, Bas-
ketball, '47-'49, Intramural Basketball Champions '47, '49
JOSEPH G. ARENSON---Prom Committee, Class Day Committee:
Corridor Staff, VVood Shop, Favorite Sports-Baseball and Foot-
ball, Ambition-To Attend Miami University
ARTHUR L. ARMSTRONG-Microscope Clulb, Art-Leader Stage
Scenery Group, Outside Activities4Church Choir, Favorite Diver-
sion-Reading, Favorite Sport-Baseball, Future Plans!To Enter
WILLIAM M. ARNOWITZ-Foreword Representative, '44, "45,
Orchestra C, Print Shop: Gymnastic Team, Tutoring Project,
Favorite Sport-Baselball, Favorite Diversion-Swimming
JAMES STEPHEN BACHO-Prom Committee, Dramatic English,
Class Play, Homeroom President, IZA, Microscope Club, Band'A,
Special Shop, All City Band, ln-and-About Pittsburgh Festival
LEROY BACKERS-Entered from Gladstone, llB, Mechanical
Drawing Projects, Favorite Sports-Baseball, Football, Basketball
MARILYN J. BALES-11B Social Committee, M. M. M., Y-Teens:
Volley Ball '46, '47, '48, Basketball '46, '47, '48, History Award,
Sth Grade, Religious Education Essay Award, M. M. M. Certificate
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LOIS BARKOWITZ-Foreword Representative, 7tih. Sth, 9th
Grades: Bible Reader and Attendance, 12th Grade: Hall Staff:
journal Staff: International Broadcasting Company: Ambition-
Social Service VVorker: Pastime-Attending Football and Baseball
FERN E. BARNETTgEntered from Beaver High School, llB:
Homeroom Secretary l2B. IZA: Dramatic English: Class Play
Cast: Hobby-Collecting Classical Records: Pastime-Reading:
Sociology Club: Future Vocation-Commercial Education
VIVIAN E. BARTHELEMY-Class Day Committee: Student Coun-
cil Representative: Y-Teens: Tutoring Staff: Art Department,
Stage Crew: Volley Ball: Basketball: Usher for .-Xuditorium Pro-
grams: Entered from Peabody, 1113
ELLEN BASKIND-Dramatic English: Class Play Cast: Fore-
word Representative, 10th Grade: Hall Patrol: French Club:
Modern Dance: Class Play Cast '-15: Memorial Day Program '-15:
Homeroom Social Committee, 12th Grade
STANLEY BASTACKY-Class Day Committee: Chorus A: Par-
ticipated in Class Day and Minstrel Show: Favorite Sports-Tennis.
Baseball: Favorite Diversion-Bridge: Pct Peeve-Tardiness
NANCY BECHTELfCl1orus .-X: Volley Ball: Basketball: Partici-
pated in Group A Programs: Favorite Pastimefllancing: Favorite
Sports-Volley Ball, Swimming: Favorite lDiversion4XYatclung
LOIS T. BECK-Foreword Representative: Service Club: O-
chestra B, C: HobbykReading: Favorite Sport-Skating: Pastimef '
ROBERT W. BECKER--Pastime-Reading: Hobby-Stamp Col-
lecting: Favorite Sport-Hockey: Favorite School SubjectF-Mathe-
matics: Future Plans-Study for Ministry at Canterbury College
FAEVERNER BEESE--journal Staff, Co-editor: Homeroom Vice
President, llB: junior Leaders: Schaeffer Ball '43, '-H: Hockey 318:
Volley Ball '-15: Basketball '47: Mushball '-16: Fashion Show:
Sewing Club: Honor Roll: judge of Elections
EARL F. BELLE-journal Staff: Tutoring Staff: Chess Club:
Member of the Chess Team '47, '48: International Broadcasters Club:
Latin Club: Broadcast over KDKA
GEORGE BELLIS-Home-room Treasurer, l.2B: Electric Shop:
Favorite Sport-Baselball: Entered from Gladstone in l1B: Favorite
LOUIS BURTON BENNETT-Distri-butive Education Class: .lun-
ior Swimming Team '44, '45, '-411: Senior Swimming Team '47, '48,
'-19: Intramural Basketball Championship '47g Favorite Sport-'H
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Intramural Basketball Team
MAUREEN ALICE BLOCKSIDGE-Journal Staff, Foreword
Representative 9B, IZA, Senior Y-Teens, Group E, C, B, A,
Chorale, A Cappella Choir, Volley Ball '46, '47, '48, journalism
PHYLLIS BLOOM-Councilettes, VVightman Grade School, Hobby
fCollecting Records, Favorite Subject-English, Diversionf
Movies, Interested in Interior Decorating
THOMAS G. BLOSSER-Orchestra A, Swimming Team '47, '48,
'49, Track Team '48, '49, Participated in German Clufb Program,
College-Carnegie Tech, Future Vocation-Electrical Engineer:
BARBARA A. BLUESTONE4Dramatic English, Class Play Cast:
Costume Committee, Student Council, Lunchroom Staff, Ushers
Staff-4Chairman, Library Club, Hall Patrol, Band A, B, C, D,
junior and Senior Leaders, Volunteer Nurses' Aide
DAVID S. BOGERT-Dramatic English, Class Play Cast, Student
Tutoring, Library Club, Mechanical Drawing, Plans to Attend the
University of Pittsburgh, Future Vocation-Engineering, Pastime
BERT BOODMAN-Secretary of German Club, Band A, Ping-
Pong Tournament: Participant in Band Concerts, Plans to Attend
University of Pittsburgh
DONALD BERGANT-Special Shop School Project Metal Rack
in Special Shop, Favorite Pastnne Working in a Garage Iavorite
Hobby-Collecting Old Knives Iavorite Sports Hunting I'1Sil11'lg
ELAINE BERSON-Homeroom Treasurer IZA Social Committee
Service Club, Assistant in the Office Fashion Show Junior Lead
ers, Volley Ball '40, '48, Schaeffer Ball 44 Basketball 46 48
THOMAS BING-Special Shop Basketball Football Future
Vocation-Farming, Favorite Subject Special Shop Diversion
NATALIE BIRKENFIELD Cafeteria Staff Corridor Staff
Volley Ball, Favorite Pastime Dancing Favorite Subject Eng
lish, Hopes to attend Pitt, Outside Interest Radio VVork
HARVEY E. BLINN-Prom Committee Dramatic English Class
Play Cast, Dramatic English Business Manager Student 'lrea
surer, 9A-IZA, Cafeteria Staff Voice Groups A B C D Male
ALAN NEIL BLOCH-Homeroom Secretary 10B 10A Homeroom
Ticket Chairman, Student Council Representative Junior Inter
mediate, Senior Discussion Clubs Senior Seience Club Chess Club
CLAIRE E. BOOHER-journal Staff: Senior Discussion Club:
Senior Science Club-Program Chairman: Band A: All City Band
'47, '48, '49: In-and-About Pittsburgh Music Festival Band '-18: Dis-
trict Band '48: Senior Leaders-Vice President: Senior Life Saving
'-16: Tutoring Staff: Orchestra A, B, D, E: Modern Dance: Ameri-
can Legion Aiward: Honor Roll: Intermediate Discussion Club:
Civic Club Test
FAY BORTZ-Prom Committee: Journal Staff: Student Council
Representative: Lunchroom Staff: Homeroom Social Chairman:
Basketball '48: Hockey '47, '-483 Volley Ball '47: Ushering Staff:
Competent Typists Award
ALBERT P. BRAUN II-Entered from Regent Square, l1B: Ger-
man Clu'b: Intramural Basketball '47: Class Day Committee: Hobby
-Model Trains: Favorite Sport-Baseball: Favorite Diversion-
JACK BROURMAN-Green Key: Orchestra A: String Quartette-
Trio: Football '47, '48: Track '49: Intramural Basketball: Type
Award: Football Minstrel Show: Concertmaster of All City Festival
LITA THELMA BROWN-Homeroom Secretary, IZB: Senior
Science Club. Secretary: Chorus A, B, C, D: Soloist. Chorus A:
Secretary, Chorus A, IZB, IZA: All City Chorus '48: Ambition-
Music Teacher: Hobby-Collecting Classical Records
YETTA BURKE-journal Staff: German Club: Orchestra C:
Typing Speed Test Certificate: Hockey '-18: Volley Ball '49: Future
Vocation-Teaching: College-University of Pittsburgh: journalism
ORWIN WILLIAM CADDY--Microscope Club: Band A: March-
ing Band: Group A: Track Team '48, '-l9: Cross Country '-48:
PastimeAReading Chemistry Books
BARBARA ANN CALDWELL-Homeroom Vice President, 12B-
IZA: Chorus A, B, C, E: Choir Soloist: Treasurer of Chorus A-
llB, IZB, IZA: Fashion Show, 9B: Junior Leaders, Secretary 9B:
Volley Ball 9B: Class Leader, 12B
EMILY CANNAVINE-Basketball: Volley Ball: Mushballl Pas-
time--Reading: Favorite School Subjectsljhysical Education
MARLENE S. CANTERAProm Committee: Dramatic English
Class: Class Play Cast: Hall Staff: Voice Group E
PATRICIA UNE CARSON-Prom Committee' Dramatic En lish
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Class: Foreword Representative, IIB: Microscope Club: Greenhouse
Club: Choirs ll, C, E
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LENA M. COCO-Fashion Show, 9B: Hockey: Basketball: Volley
Ball: Future College-Carnegie Tech: Future Vocation-Secretary:
Favorite Pastinie-Sewing: Hobby-Swimming: Favorite School
FRANCES COFFEY-Clothing Fashio11 Show: Pastime-Sewing
and Typing: Ambition-Stenographer: Favorite Sport-Basketball: t
Favorite School Subject-Science
RICHARD C. CHICKO-Homcroom Secretary, llB: Hi-C Club:
Intramural Basketball '46, '-l9: Plans for Future-Playing Profes-
sional Baseball: American Legion Award in 7th Grade: Sings in
Church Choir: Special Shop
IRENE CICHOCKA-German Club: Hobby-Collecting Books:
Favorite Sport-Baseball: Favorite Subjects-Sewing, Shorthand
DOMINICK CIMINO-Band A: Marching Band: Intramural Bas-
ketball, llth Grade: Ambition-Plumbing Trade
ANTHONY J. CINQUEGRANI-Work on Stage Scenery: Art
Awards: Key Awards-One Placement: Stephen Foster Memorial
Murals: Pastime-Going to Concerts: Hobby-Reading: Favorite
SHIRLEY CLARK-Future Vocation-Secretary: Favorite Pastime
-Reading: Favorite Subject-Shorthand: Favorite Sports-Basket
'ball and Volley Ball
MARY ELIZABETH CLEMM-Vice President of Homeroom, '49:
Class Day Committee: Homeroom President, '49: Group Ag Fa-
vorite Pastime-Reading: Favorite Sport-Swimming
ARTHUR J. COHEN-Basketball '47, '48, '-19: School Concession:
International Broadcasts: Orchestra C: Voice D, C: Football Club
'48: American Legion Award
AUDREY GRETA COHEN-Special Dance: Modern Dance:
Cheerleaders: NN'orld Broadcast: Nurses' Aide: Future Teachers of
America: French Club: junior Leaders: Dramatic English: Class
BEATRICE COHEN-Foreword Representative: Intermediate Dis-
cussion Club-Secretary, Moderator: Senior Discussion Club: Sen-
ior Science Club: Band E, C, B, A: Junior Leaders: Senior Lead-
ers: Hockey: Basketball: Volley Ball: Mushball: Swimming Tour-
naments '46-'49: Manager Basketball Tournaments '49: American
Legion Award: junior Town Meeting Broadcasts: P. T. A. Program
'47: All City Band '47
DAVID L. COHEN-journal Staff: Foreword Representative:
Intermediate Discussion Club: Chorus D, C: History 7 Radio Pro-
gram: Plans to Enter the University of Pittsburgh to Study Law
X.: U to 1 C1 ,,'L"L--cv
ROBERT L. CONNELL-fHomeroom Vice President, 11B, 1lA:
Microscope Clu'b: Intramural Basketball '48, '49: Future Vocation-
Draftsman: Palmer Award in Typing: Pastime-Bowling: Hobbyf
LOUISE G. COOPER-Prom Committee: Dramatic English Cast:
IZA Home-room Vice President: Student Council Representative:
Hall Staff: Foreword Representative: Chorus E, C: Special Dance,
9B to IZA: Usher Staff: Future Teachers of America
LYNDA JANE COOPER-Dramatic English Class: Class Play
Cast: Homeroom Secretary, IZB, IZA: Microscope Club: Majorettes
'47, '48: Head Majorette '48, '-19: Joseph Horne Sewing Council:
Voice Group E, C, B: Model in Fashion Shows: junior Leaders,
BETTIJUNE CRISPIN-Class Day Cast: Fashion Shows '47, '-48:
Future Vocation-Sewing: Pastime-Bowling: Hobby- Sewing:
Favorite Sports-Basketball, Baseball
FRED CRISSMAN-Homeroom Vice President, l1A: Hi-Y: Ger-
man Club: Orchestra B. A: All City Orchestra: Brass Ensemble:
Hi-C: Hobby-Fishing: Favorite Sport--Baseball
RICHARD S. CRONE-Dramatic English Class: Stage Crew:
journal Staff, Business Manager: Honieroom President, LZB, 12A:
Student Council Representative, llB: Hall Patrol: Business Man-
ager, Foreword Staff: Latin Club, President: Senior Discussion:
Track '48, '49: Civic Club Test
DONNA RAE CUNNINGHAM-Honor Roll: Favorite Subject-
Math: Pastime-Dancing: Hobby-Collecting Popular Records:
Modelled in Simplicity Fashion Show: Favorite Sport-Baselball:
Entered from Gladstone in llB: Wislies to attend Mt. Mercy Col-
lege: Future Vocation--Medical Technologist
ANNA MAE CZAR-Homeroom Vice President: Service Club:
Orchestra A, B: Basketball: Volley Ball: Shorthand Award: Or-
chestra Programs: junior All City Orchestra
JOCELYN DANIELSADran1atic English Cast: Student Council
Representative: Homeroom Secretary. '48: Tutoring Chairman:
M. M. M. Club: Service Award from M. M. M.
WILLIAM TAYLOR DIAS-Group B: Track '-48: Entered from
Gladstone: NVants to attend Penn State: Ambition-Agricultural
RUTH BARBARA DILLNER-Foreword Representative, 9B: jun-
ior Leaders: Volley Ball: Basketball: Swimming: Hobby-Collect-
ing Dogs and Cats: Favorite DiversionYPlaying Guitar
OLGA C. DiNARDO-journal Staff, Assistant Editor: Dramatic
English: Homeroom President, IZB, IZA: Student Council, 11B-12AC
Problems Committee: Fashion Show, '-49: Achievement Train Model-
ing, '48: Volley Ball '-18: journalism Certificate: Radio Broadcasts
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RONALD DAVID ECKER-Prom Committee, Journal Staff,
Homeroom President, 11th Grade, Homeroom Treasurer, 12.th Grade,
Microsco e Club' Senior Discussion Club, Band A, Marching Band,
Track Team '49
EDWIN EDELSTEIN-Foreword Representative, Sth-9th Grades,
Student Council Representative, IOB, Microscope Club, Bands B,
D, E, American Legion Award, Favorite Subject-History, Hobby
WILLIAM EDWARDS-Band A, Marching Band, Entered from
Gladstone, llB, Music Aiward at Gladstone, Favorite Sport-
Baseball, Pastime-Saxaiphone Playing, Future Vocation-Forestry
ALICE JANE ELLIOTT-Journal Staff, Assistant Editor, Home-
room Secretary, 11B and l1A, Homeroom President, 12B-IZA,
Y-Teens, Secretary and Program Chairman, Chorus A, B. C, E,
Chorale, Volley Ball '46, '47, Senior Leaders, Basketball '48
PHYLLIS GAIL EPSTEIN-M. M. M., Hall Staff, Mr. Coyne's
Sociology Club, Harmony Class, Favorite Diversion-Movies on
Friday Nights, Favorite School Subjects-Biology and Sociology
EVA ESTERMANN-Senior Discussion Clu'b, D. A. R. Award,
S. A. R. Award, Qualitative Analysis Class, Honorable Mention in
Westinghouse Science Talent Search, History Broadcast
NORMA DITTNER-Dramatic English Cast, Journal Art Staff,
German Club, Volley Ball '48, '49, Soft Ball '48, Awards: lst
Prize Traffic Poster '48, Golden Key Scholastic Award '49, Honor-
able Mention Criippled Children Poster, Two Scholastic Placements,
Worked on Class Play Scenery, 12A Bi'ble Reader
DONALD DODGE-Chorus '48, Football '47, Basketball '47, '48,
Class Play, Favorite Sport--Basketball, Favorite School Subjects-
Chemistry, English, Diversion-Music, Hobby-Saving Pennies
BETTY JEAN DOLNEY-Class Day Committee, Homeroom Sec-
retary, 10th Grade, Foreword Representative, 9th Grade, Voice E,
Basketball, Hockey, Volley Ball, Ambition-Private Secretary,
Hobby-Collecting Photographs, Favorite Sport-Mushball
BARBARA DOMB-Journal Staff, Hall Staff, French Club,
Majorettes '44, '45, '47, '48, '49, Sergeant, Journal Staff Certificate,
Ambition-Social Work, Memorial Day Program '45, Majorette
CECELIA DOWNEY-Special Dance Class HB, l1A, IZB, lZA:
Spring Dance Program, Dance Program-Arts and Crafts, Stephen
Foster Memorial Dance Convention
JAMES DRAKE-Electric Shop Projects, American Legion Award:
Hob'by-Building Model Airplanes, Future Vocation-Radio Work,
Entered from Mifflin School
ADELE CAROL FARBER-Entered from McKeesport, IOB: Home
room Secretary, IZB, IZA: Y-Teens: Future Teachers of America
Chorus B, C, E: Hockey '-18: Basketball '49: Volley Ball '49
GEORGE FAY-Entered from Mifflin School, 9B: Football Man
ager, '48: Future Vocation-Carpenter: Favorite Sport-Football
Wood Shop Projects: Future College-Woodforrest College
ALBERT FECHKO-Entered from Gladstone, l1B: Football Team:
American Legion Award: Football Minstrel Show: Qualitative
Analysis: Future Vocation-Engineer: Future College-Carnegie
CATHERINE ANASTASIA FEDYSZYN-Entered from Glad-
stone, 11B: journal Staff: Hoineroom Secretary: Library Club:
journalism Certificate: Library Certificate: Future Vocationf
Librarian: Favorite Sport-Baseball
I-IARRIETT PEARL FELDMAN-Entered from Brownsville High,
IZB: Hall Staff: Future Vocation-Teacher: Future College-Pitt:
Favorite Sport-Baseball: Hobby-eCollecting Music: Favorite
Pastime-Playing Piano, Singing
RICHARD ALAN FINEGOLD-Foreword Representative: Micro-
scope Club: Senior Discussion Club: Intermediate Discussion Club:
Band A: Chess Team: Hearst History Contest Award: International
Broadcasting Clulb: Democratic Citizenship Broadcast
JEROLD FINN-Publicity Chairman of Prom Committee: Home-
room Treasurer. IUB, IUA: Timekeeper for Intramural Sports: Hall
Staff: Luncliroom Staff: Green Key: Varsity Club: Bands E, D,
B, A: Football Team '46, '47, '48: Basketball Team '46, '47, '48, '49:
Participated in Athletic Programs, Varsity Banquets, Minstrel Show
NANCY LOU FINNEY-Prom Committee: Dramatic English Cast:
President 12A Honn-room: Service Club: Lunchroom Staff: Micro-
scope Club, Recording Secretary and Correspondence Secretary:
Vollcy Ball '40, '-47: Accuracy Speed Test Certificate: Shorthand
Speed Tcst Award
JOHN PAUL FLAHERTY, JR.-Homeroom Vice President, 1lB,
llA: President 'Scope Club: Green Key: High C Club: Band A:
Swimming Team '43-'49: Received Optimist Club of Pittsburgh
Sportsmanship Award in '-15: Minstrel Show: Band Concerts:
Plays in Dance Band
WILLIAM FOGEL-Transferred from Peabody in llB: Art
Awards: Two Scholastic Magazine Gold Keys: Advanced Art:
Plans to Specialize in Commercial Art
MAX FONER-Dramatic English: Vice President of Orchestra A:
Conccrtmaster of All City Orchestra '49
JANET ANN FRANCIS-Y-Teens: Advanced Foods: Ambition-
Filc Clerk: Participated in Religious Programs and Chorus: En-
joys Reading, Swimming: Hobby-Saving Recipes
GERALD M. FRANK, JR.-Student Council Representative, Or-
chestra E, D, C, Electric Shop 1, Z, 3, Cross Country Trac-k
September to November '48
MARGUERY FRANK-Modern Dance Programs, Outside Events
-Studies Singing and Dancing, Teaches Dancing, Ambition-
To Become a Dancing Teacher
RICHARD FREEDLAND-Qualitative Analysis Class, Chess Club,
President '47-'49, Captain of Chess Team '46-'48, President of
Western Pennsylvania Scholastic Chess League, '47-'49, Future
VIRGINIA JEAN FREEMAN-Journal Staff, Future Teachers of
America, Voice C. E, Mushball '46, '48, '49, Volley Ball '46-'49,
Hockey '48, Basketball '48, '49, D. A. R. History Award, Future
ELAINE FRIEDMAN-Student Council Representative, llth
Grade, Modern Dance, Modern Dance Programs, Advance Sewing,
Minstrel Show, Favorite School Subject-Biology
DIANE A. FUTTERMAN-Journal Staff, Corridor Staff, Favorite
Sulbject-English, Journalism Certificate, Hobby- Dramatics,
Usher Staff, Prom Committee
JAY GARBER-Class Day Committee, Homeroom President, l0A,
Homeroom Secretary, lZB, Cheer Leaders, '47-'49, Green Key,
Secretary, Ushers Club, Choirs B. C, Class Play Makeuip: Advanced
Art, Track Team '47-'49, Cross Country '48, Swimming '46, Scho-
lastic Key Award, National Poster Award: Scenery for Minstrel
CAROLYN GATTRELL-Basketball, Volley Ball, Soft Ball, En-
tered from Lore City High School, Ohio, in llB, Favorite Pastime
-Making Clothes, Favorite Sports-Basketball, Swimming
JOY HOPE GENDLEBERG-Journal Art Staff, Dramatic Eng-
lish, Class Play Cast, Foreword Staff, F. T. A., Special Dance
'45-'49, Stage Scenery, Posters, Scholastic Art Award '48, Junior
WILLIAM GERSHUNY-Social Chairman llB, llA, IZB, Home-
room Basketball Team, College-Duquesne University, Future Vo-
cation-Law, Preferred School Subject-Economics
HERBERT GILBERT-Band D, C, B, A, Swimming Team '44,
'45, '46, Basketball '48, '49, Basketball Champs '47, '49, Favorite
LOIS GLAZER-Dramatic English, Class Play Cast, Student
Council, Gift Committee, Journal Art Staff: Class Play Scenery,
Modern Dance Set, Majorette Manager '46-'49, F. T. A.
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GRETA B. GOLD-Hall Staff: F. T. .-X.: junior Leaders: Basket-
ball '-17: Volley Ball '-48: Mushthall '-17: Pastime-Knitting and
Reading: Plans to Enter Pitt
IRVIN GOLDBERG-Class Day Committee: Homeroom President.
9A-IZA: Student Council Representative, IUA, llA: Bookroom Club:
Hi-C Club: Chorus A: Band 7B-ll.-X: Marching Band
SHIRLEY GOLDBERG-Prom Committee: Dramatic English:
Class Play Cast: Props Committee. 123: Class Day Committee
LOUISE GOLDBLATT-Future Teachers of America: Ambition-
Nursing: jewelry Projects: lrlobby-Collecting Stamps
SARITA GOLDBLUM-Camera Club: Cafeteria Staff: Yolley Ball
'47: Plans to attend Pitt: Favorite Sport-Bowling
STANLEY GOLDMANN-Hall Staff: Basketball Manager '48-'-19:
Gregg Typing Award: Entered from Linden, 93: Future Vocation-
Medicine: Favorite Sports-Basketball and Football
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NANCY GORDON-Prom Committee: Homeroorn Social Chair-
man, llth-12th Grades: Foreword Representative, 9th-10th Grades:
Foreword Staff: French Club: Special Dance
RAYMOND GORMANwClass Day Committee: Homeroom Trea-
surer, IZR-IZA: Foreword Representative, llB1 Usher Staff: Senior
Science Club: Architectural Drawings: Built Bridge of Tooth Picks
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MARION GOTTFRIED-Dramatic English Class: Homeroom Sec-
retary, IIB: Home-room Vice President, llA: Hall Patrol: Book-
room Club: French Club: Schaeffer Ball Team '44: Civic Club Test:
Honor Guard for D. .-X. R.: Gregg .-Xward: History Broadcast
LILLIAN GOTTLIEB-German Club: Pastime--Music: Hobby--
Photography: Favorite Sport-I"ing-Poiigg Favorite School Subject-
PHYLLIS GOTTREICH-Homeroom Secretary, 7th-9th Grade:
llomeroom Vice President, 10th Grade: Hall Patrol: Usher: Volley
RUTH GOWA -Dramatic English Class: Class Play Cast: Costume
Committee: Foreword Representative, 7:X: Senior Science Club:
Senior Discussion Club: French Club: Student Federalistsg Book-
room Club SX-lllll: Orchestras ll. C, E
JOAN MARCIA GREEN--Dramatic English: Class Play, Student
Manager: Achievement Train Committee: Tutoring Staff: German
Club: Junior Discussion Club: Intermediate Discussion Club:
Senior Discussion Club: Fashion Shows '45, '46, '47: Fashion Show
Director '48: Volley Ball: Mushball: Basketball
PHYLLIS GREEN-Dramatic English: Class Play Cast: Costume
Committee: Senior Discussion Club, Secretary: Senior Science Club,
Treasurer: Student Federalists: Modern Dance: Hockey '47, '48:
RITA JOY GREEN-Student Council: Usher Staff: Program Com-
mittee: Orchestra A, B: Typing Accuracy: Orchestra Concerts:
Favorite Pastime-Enjoying Good Music
BARBARA GRIMM-Lunchroom Staff: Stencil Work: Orchestra
B, C: Librarian: Volley Ball '49: Schaeffer Ball '-lo: 80 VVorcl
MURRAY GROSSINGER-Class Day Committee: Young Magi-
cians Cluib: Band A, B, D: Marching Band: Camera Club: Magic
Show '43: Favorite Sports-Baseball and Football
ADOLPH VINCENT GUERRA-Woodwork: Machine Shop:
Homeroom Basketball Team: Certificate for Typing: End Table in
Woodwork: Plans to attend Carnegie Tech
BETTY ANN GULA-Class Day Committee: Service Club: Fore-
word Representative in IOB, llB, IIA: Volley Ball Captain: Hockey
and Basketball Teams: Gregg 80 VVords Shorthand Award: Fashion
Show in 9B: Bowling
MORTON GURRENTZ-Homeroom Social Committee: President
of Sociology Club: Orchestra B: Band B: College-Penn Statel
Pastime-Bowling: Hobby-Reading: Favorite Sport-Football
BERL S. GUSKY-Football Club: Chorus B: Football: Intramural
Basketball: Received Medal for Voice Work: Minstrel Show!
Chorus Programs: Takes part in Outside Plays and Speeches
BERDE JEAN HAMBURG-Class Day Committee: Homeroom
Treasurer, '46: Hall Staff: Camera Club: Volley Ball '45: Art
'45-'46: Favorite Pastime-Driving
EDITH HAMBURGER-Journal Staff: Hall Patrol: French Club:
,Tunior Leaders, 7th-9th Grade: Harmony: Voice E. C. B: Volley
Ball '46, '47: Mushlball '46, '47: International Peace Day Contest
tHonorable Mentionl: Certificate of Recognition
WILLA HANDSHUE-Student Council: Problems Committee:
Hall Patrol: Ushers Staff: Basketball Captain: Volley Ball: Soft-
ball: Favorite Pastime-Swimming
ALLAN M. HARRIS'-Student Council: Distributive Education:
Electric Shop: Pastime-Dancing
CAROLYN HARRISfHomeroom Treasurer, 12.-X: Vice President,
llA: Special Dance: Hall Patrol: Library: Bookroom Club: Ani-
SARALEE HAUSMAN-Dramatic English: Class Play Cast,
Costume Committee: Student Council, Chairman of Problems Com-
mittee, Nominating Committee: Hall Patrol: Lunchroom Staff:
F. T. A.: M. M. M.: Mushball '47: Volley Ball '47
PETER HAYKO-Pastime-Building Airplanes: HobbyiStan1p
Collecting: Favorite Sport-Swimming: Favorite Subject-English:
Outside Interest-Flying Planes
EUGENE R. HAYNES--Homeroom Treasurer. 12.-X: Essay Award,
"World Peace": Pastime-Reading: Favorite Sport4Boxing
ROBERT HAZLEY--Hall Patrol: Microscope Club: Chorus B:
Mechanical Drawing: Special Interest-Automobiles and Automobile
JEAN LOUISE HEATLEY--Class Day Committee: Jollrllal Staff:
Student Council Representative: Microscope Club: D. E. Club.
Treasurer: Signs for Miss Mercer's Program: Favorite Sport-
ARTHUR LEE HERBST-Journal Staff: Foreword Representa-
tive: Hall Staff: Foreword Staff: Qualitative Analysis: Senior
Discussion Club, Assistant Moderator: Basketball Manager: Junior
Town Meeting: International Broadcasting: Civic Club Test
PHYLLIS LOU HERSH-Dramatic English: Class Play Cast:
Student Council: Cafeteria Staff: Secretary of 214: Ushers: Tutor-
ing Staff: Student Federalists: Camera Club: Future Teachers ol
America Club: Senior Science Clulb: Sociology Club: Chorus E, C, B
NOREEN JOY HERSHORIN-Dramatic English: Class Play
Cast: Hall Staff: French Club: Modern Dance: Life Saving: Volley
Ball '48, '49: Mushball '48, '-19: Speed Test Award: History Broad-
MARGARET HEWITT-Transferred from Mt. Mercy Academy in
lull: Volley Hall '48, '49: History Broadcast: Plans to attend Pitt:
JEANNE HIMELBLAU-Group A: Chorale: Choir Assembly Pro-
grams: lintered from Linden, 9B: Hobby-Collecting Records
RICHARD HUTTENHOWER-Orchestra A, Brass Ensemble:
Christmas Festival at Carnegie Hall, 11B 12 B: Entered from Glad-
stone, nag Pastime-Roller skating
tion: PastimefReading: Hobby-Drawing: Favorite SportsfTen-
nis, Volley Ball: Favorite School Subjects-Shorthand, Clothing
RUTH ANN ISAACS-Journal Staff: M. M. M.: Tutoring Staff:
German Club. Secretary: Accompanist: Future. Teachers of America:
Orchestra A, B. C. D, E: Secretary-Librarian for A: Certificate
for Service M. M. M.
JOSEPH H. JACKSON-Footlball
Shop: Intramural Basketball Championship '47, '48: Favorite Snort
MARY JACKSON-Honieroom Vice President. llB, IZA: Fore-
word Representative: Simplicity Fashion Show, '49: Parent-Teacher
Fashion Show, '48: Volley Ball '49
THOMAS JACKSON-Intramural Champs '49: Basketball '-17. '48,
'49: Football '48: Varsity Letters: Entered from Gladstone, llH
STANLEY A. HIRSCH-Dramatic English: Microscope Club, Vice
President: Latin Club: VVorld Broadcast Club: Chorus A: Minstrel
Show: Memorial Day Programs
ALLEN M. HOFFMAN-Lunchroom Employee: Corridor Staff:
Hobby-Traveling: Favorite Sport-Baseball: Favorite Diversion-
Billiards: Favorite School Subject-History
MARVIN A. HOFFMAN-Camera Club: Band E. D: Chorus C, B:
Electric Shop: Future VocationSPhotography and Radio: Favorite
Sports-Football, Mushball, Swimming: Thanksgiving Program
LEAH MAE HONEYFORD-Homeroom Vice President, 12B-IZA:
Foreword Representative. IUB-NIA: Hall Staff: Group E, B-Li-
brarian: Favorite Pastime-Dancing, Listening to Radio
GEORGE T. HULME-Homeroom President, 11B-HA: German
Club: Golf Club '49: Cross Country Team '48, '49: Mechanical Draw-
ing Projects: Track Team '48, '49: Swimming Team '46g Cross
Country: Runner-up in '48 City Golf Tournament
JAY HUNTER-Mechanical Drawing: Machine Shop Projects:
Foundry: Pastime-Jazz Pianist: Hobby-Dancing: Favorite Sport
-Swimming: Favorite School Subject-English
Vocation-Stenographic Posi- N
Team Manager '46: Special
FRANK JOSEPH JANTEK--Homeroom Vice President, IIB:
Intramural Basketball: Special Shop: Entered from Gladstone:
Future Plans-To attend Pitt
ELWIN JOHNSTON-Intramural Basketball: Football Clulb: Foot-
ball '47, '48: Entered from Gladstone: Plans to attend Slippery
Rock State Teachers College: Ambition-Physical Education
JOANNE RUTH JOSEPH-Student Council, 9th Grade: M. M. M.:
French Club: Y-Teens: Volley Ball '45: Voice C. E: Ambition-
Business Woman College-Penn State
MARY VALESKA JOY-Homeroom Bible Reader: Microscope
Club: Chorus E: Art Projects for Lunchrooni: Poster in Humane
Contest, '49: Pastime-Drawing, Sewing: Hobby-Collecting China.
Glass, and Wooden Figures
PAUL KALINYAK-Swimming: Swimming Letters: Honor Holi:
Favorite Sport-Swimming: Favorite Subject-Geometry: Entered
from Greenfield in 9B: Ambition-Engineer
PHYLLIS KALSON-Dramatic English: Class Play Cast: Special
Dance: Senior Life Saving: Senior Leaders: Future Teachers of
America: Speed Test Certificate: ,lunior Leader: Publicity Chair-
man of Dramatic English: Volley Hall '48
WILLIAM M. KAUFMAN-Class Day Committee: Democra-tic
Citizen Broadcast: Qualitative Analysis: Orchestra A: Football TIS:
Basketball Manager '-18: Science Talent Search Test: Civic Club
DOLORES ANN KAVCHAK-Class Day Committee: Senior Dis-
cussion Club: Library Club: Y-Teen Club: Service Club: Shorthand
Certificate: 80 words: Entered from St. Joachim
ROBERT A. KEISLING-Microscope Club: German Club: Me-
chanical Drawing: I. K. S.: Basketball Champions '45, '4o: Inter-
ested in Radio Work
SYLVIA KEMP--Basketball: Volley Ball: Pastime-Reading:
Hobby-Collecting Pictures: Favorite SportABasketball: Favorite
GEORGE EUGENE KENNEDYHFootball Club: Intramural Bas-
ketball: Hobby-Fishing: Favorite Sport-Basketball: Entered from
WILSON KENNEDY-Prom Committee: Senior Science Club:
Short VVave Club: American l.egion Award: Qualitative Analysis:
Favorite Subject-Chemistry: Attend University of Pittsburgh: Am-
JOSEPH D. KEREKES-Entered from Gladstone, IIB: Pastime-
Reading: Favorite Sport-Football: Diversion-Dancing: Favorite
School Subject-Electric Shop
ANN MARIE KERTIS-Library: M. M. M.: Ty-ping Certificate
in Type I: American Legion Award: Preferences-Reading, Photog-
raphy, Swimming: Hopes to Enter Duquesne
ROSEMARY KHUZE-Class Day Committee: Entered from Glad-
stone: Group B: Volley Ball '48: Favorite Sport-Swimming:
Favorite Diversion-Singing: Ambition-Secretary
RUTH ELIZABETH KIRKPATRICK-Journal Staff: Homeroom
Secretary, 12 B, IZA: Student Council Representative, IOB, l0A, 11B:
Y-Teens, President, Treasurer: Fashion Show '45, '46, '47, '4S:
Hockey IZB: Basketlball IZB: Volley Ball IZA
MARLENE KLAHR-Foreword Representative, 9th Grade: F. T. A,
Club: Junior Leaders: Volley Ball '47, '4Sg Basketball '47, '48:
Hobby-Homework: Favorite School Subject-Shorthand
LARRY KLEIN-Hall Staff: Young Magicians Club: Camera
Club: Orchestra: Manager. Basketball: College-Pitt: Future Vo-
cation-Pharmacist: PastimefDriving: Sport-Swimming: Diver-
DAVID MORTON KLEINBERG-Class Day Committee: Green
Key, Treasurer: Orchestra A: Football Club: Voice Group A: Foot-
ball '47, '48: Football Letters
ELVERA RAE KOCHENDORFER-Student Representative, 9A:
Homeroom Secretary, l0A: Activities Group, 214: Y-Teens: Or-
chestra Ag All City Orchestra: American Legion Award
JOSEPH KOPKA-Track Team '48, '49: Football Team '48: Fu-
ture Vocation-Laiwg Favorite Sport-Track: Hobby-Stamp Col-
lecting: Entered from Greenfield, 9B
HELEN KORPAS-Service Club: Basketball '47: Volley Ball '49:
Shorthand Certificate: Honoralble Mention, Sth Grade: Future Vo-
LILLIAN DELORES KRAL-Honor Roll: Chief Foreword Typist:
Service Club: Journal Staff: Gregg Shorthand Dictation Award-
Golrl Pin: Journalism Certificate: Entered from Ford City High
School in l2B: Pastime-Driving: Favorite Subject-Geometry:
Favorite Sport-Baseball: Bulletin Reader, 12B
MARILYN KRAUSS-Dramatic English Class: Class Play Cast:
Student Council Representative: Homeroom Secretary, 9B, 9A:
Hall Staff: Tutoring Staff: International Broadcasts: French Club
-Secretary, Vice President: Voice Group E
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MICHAEL LAZO-Choir A: Hall Staff: Minstrel Show: Pastime-
Singing: Hobby-Bowling: Favorite Sport-Baseball: Most In-
teresting School Subject-Business Law
ARTHUR LENCHNER-Chorus D: Woodshop I, II: College Se-
lected-Penn State: Pastime-Radio: Favorite Sports-Baseball,
Hockey: Hobby-Collecting Glass Trinkets
HERBERT LENCHNER-Homeroom Treasurer, l0A: Intramural
Basketball: Hall Staff: Machine Shop Projects: Plan for Future-
To attend Pitt: Vocation-Advertising
ROBERTA LENNOX-Entered from Greenfield School: Ambition
-Private Secretary: Favorite Pastime-Listening to the Radio:
ROSE MARIE LEPEDO--Activities Clufb: Foods IV: Basketball
'48: Volley Ball '49: Entered from Gladstone, 1lB: Hobby-Danc-
ing: Favorite Sport-Volley Ball
MYRON LETWIN-Hobby-Lifting VVeights: Favorite Sport-
Boxing: Future Vocation-Business
KENNETH KRELL-Hall Staff: Hobbies-Chemistry, Cars: Fa-
vorite Sport-Siwimming: Future Vocation-Medicine
LOIS LANG-Entered from Homestead High School: Advanced
Economics Project: Served at Luncheon for Judges: Served at
Senior Luncheon: Hobby-Knitting
DANIEL JOHN LANYON-Favorite Sport-Football: Preferred
School Subject-History: Future College-Pitt: Vocation-Phan
ISOLINE LANZOTTI-Homeroom Secretary: President of M. M.
M.: junior Leaders: Orchestra A: Basketball, Volley Ball, Hockey.
Mushball: Class Leader: Orchestra Programs: Ambition-Co1nmer-
RONALD WILLIAM LASDAY-Journal Staff: Student Council:
Homeroom Officer: Student Council Problems and Social Com-
mittees: Host on P. T. A. night: Basketroom Club: Worked on
Typewriting Project: Plans to attend the University of Pittsburgh:
DAVIDA LAZEAR-Homeroom Activities-Officer, Cafeteria Staff:
Student Council: Senior Science Club: Camera Club: M. M. M.:
A Cappella Choir '48, '49: Girls Chorale: Senior Life Saving:
MARILYN JANET LEVENSON-Entered from California: Stu-
dent Council Representative: Young Business People of Pittsburgh:
Homeroom Treasurer: Favorite Sports-Skating, Bowling: Dis-
tributive Education Class
PHYLLIS HOPE LEVIN-Dramatic English: Class Play Cast:
Library Club: Ushering Staff: Hall Patrol: Advanced Food Class:
Volley Ball: Basketball: Hockey: Future Vocation-Social Service
SORALIE LEVIN-Dramatic English: Class Play Cast: Achieve-
ment Train Committee: Senior Leaders: Junior Discussion Club:
Intermediate Discussion Club: Hockey: Basketball: Mushballg
DAVID LEVINSON-Student Cashier: Hall Patrol: Chess Club:
Band: Future Vocation-Accounting: Hobby-Stamp Collecting:
Favorite Sport-Baseball: Future College-Pitt
EDWARD LEWINTERfEntered from East Pittsburgh High, llB:
Favorite Sport-Basketball: Future College-Pitt: Future Vocation
-Engineer: Favorite Diversion-Movies: Nickname-Eddie
SAMUEL LEWIS-Homertmoni President, l1B, llA: Track Team
'47, '48, '49: Basketball '46, '47, '48, '49: Green Key: Favorite Sport
THOMAS LITMAN-Journal Staff: Student Council '47: Band A.
B '48: All City Band '48: Track '48, '49: Future Vocation-
Pharmacy: College Preference-Pitt
JOHN LLOYD-Class Day Committee: Homeroom Treasurer,.12B,
12A: Short Wave Clulb: F. T. A.: Intramural Basketball: Citizen-
ship Award: Hobby-Stamp Collecting: Favorite Subject-History,
College Preference-Slippery Rock
ELIZABETH LORBER-Treasurer, l2Bg Service Club: Volley
Ball: D. A. R. History Award: Favorite Sport-Swimming
EUGENE AUSTIN LOWMAN II-Homeroom Treasurer, IZB,
IZA: Hall Staff: Microscope Club: Football Manager: College
Preference-Pitt: Pastime-Football, Baseball
JOAN LUBIN-Homeroom Secretary, l1B: Choir A, E: Chorale:
Choir Soloist: All City Chorus: Harmony Class: Special Dance:
Clothing: Choir Concerts: Dance Programs: Minstrel Show: Inter-
DONALD LYONS-Camera Club: Favorite Sport-Football: Di-
version-Bowling: Favorite School Subject-English: Special Shop
Projects: Wood VVork: Homeroom Treasurer, 12A
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-Basketball: Favorite Pastime--Playing Basketball
MARGARET LOUISE MACKO-Service Club: Shorthand Certifi-
Cate: Fashion Show: Entered from Munhall, 1lA: Favorite Sport-
Volley Ball: Vocation-Secretarial VVork: Homeroom Treasurer '48
MIRIAM CAROL MAGADOF-Young Business People of Pitts-
burgh: Fashion Show, '-18: junior Leaders: Volley Ball Tournament
'45-'-17: Mushball Tournament '-10: Modeled Fur Coats '49: Usher
at all Horne's Programs: Usher for February Commencement
SONIA DALLAS MALKIN-Student Council Representative: Tu-
toring Committee '-17: Camera Club: Orchestras FI. C. li, A: All
City junior Orchestra: junior Leaders: Volley Ball '-19: Mushball
'-19: College Preference-Penn State
NETTIE LOUISE MALONEY-Class Day Committee: Life Saving
Club HA: Basketball IIA: :Xmbition-Secretary: Pastime-Music
BARBARA RITA MARKEY-Dramatic linglishg Class Play Cast:
Cafeteria Staff: French Club: Camera Club, Treasurer: l.ife Saving
Class '48: Gregg Typi11g Award and Pen, '49
JACK MARKOWITZ-Qualitative Analysis Class: Senior Discus-
sion Club, Chairman: D. A. R. History Afward: Democratic Citizen-
JOSEPH J. MASTRIANO-Stage Crew: VVood Shop Foreman:
Special Shop: llobby--liuilcling Anything: Favorite Sport-Soft-
ball: Favorite lJiversion---Bowling
JERRY MATTESMCl1ess Team: Tutor: Corridor Staff: Chess
Club: Chess Matches in Pittsburgh and Harrisburg: German Club
Play: Future Voeation-Optometry: Favorite School Subjects-
Trigonometry. Mechanical Drawing
MAXINE MELNICK-Dramatic English: Homeroom Vice Presi-
dent, lllig Hall Staff: Student Tutoring Connnittee: F. T. A.:
Latin Club: Chorus A, B, C. li: Accompanist: Modern Dance:
JOHN ANDREW MENAGLIA--Magicians Club: Chorus A: Male
Chorus: llobbyACollecting Records: Favorite Sport-Swimming
DIANE H. MEYER-Student Council: Luncfhroom Staff: F. T. A.:
Foreword Representative, llli: Volley Ball '-lo: Homeroom Sec-
NANCY L. MICHENER-Homeroom Social Committee: Micro-
scope Club: Orchestras .-X, B. D: Luncheon Committee for P. T. A.:
College l'reference-Grove City College: Favorite School Subject--
ship Program: International Broadcasts: Civic Club Test: N. R. O.
'I' C Tut
EUGENE T. MILKO-Distributive Educationg Aid in Building
Class Play Sceneryg Intramural Basketball Champs of '48g Hobby-
Huntingg Favorite Sport-Football
PATRICIA ANN MILLER-Journal Staffg Foreword Staff, Cor-
responding Secretary F. T. A., Latin Clubg Hockey '46, '47, '48,
Basketball '43-'48g D. A. R. History Awardg High Point Athletic
Medalg Outstanding Athletic Leader Award, High Honor, Y-Teens,
Homeroom Treasurer, Civic Club Test
WILMA JEAN MILLER-Future Business People of Pittsburghg
Distributive Education, Volley Ball '48, Hockey '48g Basketball '48g
Outside Interests-Skating, Music, Dancing
ALICE MORAVEC-Volley Ball '-49g Pastime-Readingg Hobby-
Shorthandg Sport-Swimmingg Favorite Diversion-Reading, En-
tered from Gladstone in 11B
PHYLLIS MORAVITZ-Dramatic English Play Cast, Student
Councilg 214 Staffg Camera Club, Enjoys-Swimming, Knitting,
Shorthand, and Crossword Puzzles
EDNA M. MORITZ-Hall Staffg Volley Ball '48g Pastime-Knit-
tingg Hobby-Collecting Postcards, Future Vocation--Secretarial
RITA JOY MOROV-Class Day Committeeg Homeroom Social
Committee, French Clubg Chorus C, Eg Volley Ball '49g Entered
from Fulton. '9Bg Favorite Sport-Footballg Favorite School Sub-
THERESE M. MORSEK-Student Council, Secretary Homeroom
'48g Service Club, Usfherg Skating Clubg Latin Club, Favorite
Sport-Soft Ball: Shorthand Certificates, Diversion-Dancingg
Favorite School Subject-Shorthand, Entered from St. Thomas
LOIS MAE MOSS-M. M. M., Fashion Show, Entered from
Colfax, 7B: Pastime-Listening to Recordsg Hobby-Knitting, Di-
version-Movies, Favorite Sulbject-English
JANET MOXLEY-Dramatic English Classg Class Play Castg
Student Council, 9B-l2Ag Ushers Committeeg Social Committeeg
Micros-cope Clubg Fashion Shows '47, '48, '49g Cheerleaders '46-'49
J. RUSSELL McCALLISTER-Sergeant-of-Arms, IZB, IZAQ Senior
Science Club, Electric Shop, Hobby--Radiog Pastime-Softball,
Future Vocation-Field of Radio, Favorite School Subject-Science
BETTY LOU MCCARNEY-Class Day Committee, Senior Y-
Teensg Chorus E, C5 Basketballg Favorite School Subject-Typing,
Pastime-Writing Letters, Favorite Sport-Bowlingg Diversion-
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SHIRLEY MAY McCARNEY-Student Council Representative,
Usher, Y-Teens, M. M. M. Club, Groups A, C, E, Chorale, Basket-
ball '47-'48, Mushball '47
ROSELLA MCCAULEY-Basketball '48, Volley Ball '48-'49, Fu-
ture Vocation-Office Work, Pastimes--Dancing, Music, Favorite
School Subjects-Shorthand, Transcription, Favorite Sport-Base-
AGNES MCCONNELL-Homeroom Treasurer, l1A, Service Club:
Favorite Sport-Volley Ball, Hobby-Collecting Records, Favorite
KENNETH MCGOWAN-Bulletin Staff, Football Club '48, Foot-
ball Team '47-'48, Intramural Basketball '47-'48, College Preference
-Penn State, Future Vocation-Agricultural Field
GARY VERNON McKEE H Hall Staff, College Preference-
Temple University, Vocation-Pharmacist: Favorite Sport-Baskeb
JEAN CAROL McKEE-Nurses' Aide at Shadyside Hospital, Y-
Teens, Chorus C, B, A, Chorale, A Cappella Choir, College Prefer-
ence-Northwestern University, Favorite Sport-Swimming
ROY W. McMAHON-Favorite Sport-Swimming, Favorite School
JOHN P. NADZAM-Homeroom President, 1lA, Treasurer, 10A,
German Club, Mechanical Drawing Projects, Track Team '47-'48,
Cross Country '48, Entered in 9B from Greenfield School, College
Preference-Carnegie Tech, Future Vocation-Engineer
ERNST NAGEL-Special Shop, Entered from Swissvale, 9B,
Constructed Office Table, Pastime-Movies, Favorite Sports-
ARTHUR NICHOLSON-Radio Club, A Cappella Choir, Aid-
vanced Electric Shop, Future Vocation-Electrical Work, Favorite
MILTON EVANS NICHOLSON-Hi-Y, Football Club, Football
'47-'48, Hobby-Collecting Records, Favorite Sport-Football
ALICE JEAN NOBLE-Co-editor Journal, Homeroom Vice Presi-
dent, IZB, IZA, Co-editor Foreword, Co-editor Keyhole, Achieve-
ment Train Committee, Y-Teens President, l1B, Camera Club:
Fashion Shows '46, '47, Manager Simplicity Show '49, Shorthand
JOAN NOLDEN-Prom Committee, Dramatic English, Class Play
Cast, Foreword Representative, IZB, IZA, Y-Teens, Chorus C, E,
Fashion Show, Volley Ball '47, Gregg Speed Test, Honor Roll
THOMAS E. O'BRIEN-Prom Committee, Hall Staff, Microscope
Club, Swimming Team '47, '48, '49, Swimming Team Manager,
Mechanical Drawing, Favorite Sports-Football, Swimming
MARIE ANN ORLANDO-Distributive Education Class, Distribu-
tive Education Club-Vice President, '49, Secretary, '48, Young
Business People of Pittsburgh, Fashion Show '48, Basketball '40,
'47, Volley Ball '45, '46, '47, Mushball '46, Commencement Usher,
Horne's Assembly Hall Programs
IOSEPHINE ORTOLEVA-Homeroom Secretary, 9th, 10th, 11th,
12th Grades, Gym Captain, Routine Leader, Art Scenery, Served
at P. T. A. Teas, Basketball, Volley Ball, Mushball, Hockey,
VERONICA ANNE PALYO-Hall Staff, Orchestra A. B, C, E,
Orchestra Auditorium Programs, Mushball, Volley Ball, Favorite
Pastime-Radio, Hobby-Music, Favorite Sport-Baseball
HELEN PARIKAKISfEntered from Gladstone, llB, Assistant in
Main Office, Advanced Clothing, Volley Ball '48, '49, Favorite
Pastime-Reading, Hobbies-Sewing, Volley Ball, Favorite Sport
-Baseball, Favorite Diversion-Roller Skating
MARGARET EVELYN PASKO-Class Day Cast, 9B Vice Presi-
dent, Chorus E, C, B, Volley Ball '47, Vocation-Secretary,
VINCENT J. PAVICIC-Basketball '46, '47, '48, '49, Varsity Letter,
JULIA PAVLICK-Homeroom Secretary, 12B, IZA, Senior Y-
Teens, M. M. M., Allderdice Fashion Representative at Kauf-
mann's, Basketball, Volley Ball, Mushball, Fashion Show
JOSEPH M. PETRISCO--Intramural Basketball, Microscope Club,
Entered from St. Philomena's, 9B, Favorite Subject-Biology,
Favorite Sport-Basketball, Vocation-Clerical Work
ARLENE PETRUZZI-Basketball '48, '49, Mushball '48, '49,
Volley Ball '48, '49, Entered from Gladstone, llB, Favorite Sub-
ject-Physical Education, Favorite Sport-Football, Vocation-
JOHN PICCHI-Chorus C, B, A, Male Chorus, Special Shop
I-VI, Favorite Sports-Football, Swimming, Favorite Subjects-
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FLORENCE E. PINGOR-Volley Ball: Basketball: Mushlball:
Favorite Subject-Physical Education
BARBARA SHIRLEY PLATT-Hall Patrol: Chorus B: Orchestra
B. C, E: Entered from Colfax, 7B: Hobby-Knitting: Diversion-
Playing the Piano: Favorite Subject-Chorus
BEATRICE POLLACK-Dramatic English, Property Chairman:
Homerooxn Treasurer, IZB, IZA: Senior Science Club: Camera Club:
BARBARA MAUREEN POTTS-Prom Committee: Dramatic Eng-
lish Cast: Make-up Committee: French Club: Fashion Show: Mush-
ball, Volley Ball, Basketball: Honieroom Secretary, l1B, l1A, IZB,
IZA: College Preference-Penn State
JAMES POWELL-Band B: Mechanical Drawing: Basketball:
Track: Biology Award: Entered from Gladstone: Hobby-Music:
Favorite Sport-Basketball: Favorite Subject-Mathematics
MICHAEL R. PRICE-Wood Shop: Ambition4Autoxnotive Me-
chanic: Favorite Sports-Softball and Football: Hobby-Drawing
DOROTHY PROFFITT-Class Day Cast: Secretary, Homeroom
Oth Grade: Student Council: Camera Club: Y-Teens: Group A:
Chorus li, C, E: .-Xll City Choir: Chorale: Fashion Shows, IIB, l1A,
IZA: Hockey '47
JOHN JAMES PROFFITT-Wood Shop: Special Shop: Entered
from Gladstone: Plans to enter Navy: Basketball in Night School
League: Favorite Sport-Basketball
MARGARET HELEN PRYLE-Prom Committee: Secretary of
Honleroonl: Service Club: Volley Ball: Basketball: Mushball:
Shorthand Award: Entered from Munhall, 11A
FRANK QUINLAN-Microscope Club: Mechanical Drawing: Print
Shop: VVood Shop: Siwinnning Team: Future Vocation-Automobile
Salesman: Hobby-Building Model Railroads
ERIC RASC0E4lllll'FlllCLll3lC Discussion Club: Foreign Broad-
casts: Chorus D, C: Civic Club Test: Favorite Sport-Bowling
FLORENCE RECHT-Future Teachers of America: Chorus B:
Ambition-Teacher: Favorite Sport-Basketball: Pastinie-Read-
ing, Listening to Music
WILLIAM E. REID-Homeroom Treasurer, l2Bg Camera Clubg
IP. 1gluybj48Class Play Scenery Constructiong Broadcast "Life of
PEARL REMIAS-Entered from Gladstone in IIB, Jewelry,
Iiavorite Sport-Basketball, Ambition-Office Work
ALLAN HERBERT REUBEN-Journal Staff, Cafeteria Staff,
President of Student Federalistsg Senior Discussion Clubg Senior
Science Clubg F. T. A.: International Peace Day Award, American
Legion Award, Radio Broadcasts, High Honor
ILENE ADELE REUBEN-Foreword Representative, llB-l2Ag
Hall Patrol, Chorus A, B, C, Eg Basketball '48, Volley Ball '48g
Hockey '48, Group A Programs, Democratic Citizenship Program
ARLENE REUSCH-Vocation-Secretary, Favorite Pastime-
Reading, Favorite Sport-Basketball, Favorite Subject-Shorthand
SARAH T. RIZZO-M. M, M., Assisted at P. T. A. Partiesg Volley
Ball '49g Mushball '48, Favorite Pastime-Listening to Radio
ALAN H. ROBBINS-Dramatic Englishg Class Play Castg Class
Day Committee, Intramural Basketball, Student Councilg Student
Council Social Committeeg Senior Discussion Club, Student Fed-
eralists: Chess Club, Basketball Manager '47g Basketball Team,
Junior Town Meeting of the Air
ARNOLD ROBBINS-Secretary Homeroom, 9Ag Treasurer, l0A:
Student Council Representative, Intramural Basketball, IZA, Red
Cross Clubg Hall Paitrolg Usher Staff, Green Key
ROSEMARY ROBERTS-Jewelry l-Z-35 Clothingg Volley Ball '49g
Entered from Sacred Heart High, l0Bg Hobby-Marking Jewelry,
Favorite S-port-Football, Favorite School Subject-English
WILLIAM ROBERTS-Prom Committee, Football '48, Football
Minstrel Show: Football Letter '48g Favorite Sport-Footballg
Vocation-VVork in Radio and Electronics, Entered from Green-
HOWARD L. ROBINS-Prom Committee, Homeroom Treasurer,
IZA, Hall Patrol, Green Key, President, Orchestra E, C, B, Ag
Captain of Intramural Basketballg Captain of Intramural Track
Team, Captain Varsity '48, '49g Homeroom Intramural Champion-
ship Team Varsity '47, '49, Varsity Basketball '46, '49
NORMAN ROBINSwHomeroom President, llB, llA, l2Bg Student
Cou11cil Representative, llB: Hall Patrol, Camera Club, Art Pro-
jects-Place Cards and Posters, Intramural Basketball
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OLGA ROHALY-Honmeroom Vice President, 9B, Homeroom Sec-
retary, 9A, Service Club, Volley Ball '49, Basketball '47, Hobby-
Collecting Poems, Y-Teens, Future Vocation-Secretary
MICHAEL J. ROMZY-Stage Crew '47, Swimming '47, '48, '49,
Golf '47, '49, Future Vocation-Industrial Engineer, -Class Day
Committee, Pastimes-Bowling, Football, Baseball
LORRAINE ROSE-Y-Teens, Jewelry l0B, 10A, Hockey '48,
Musliball '47, Volley Ball '47, '48, '49, Hobby-Sewing and Cook-
ing, Future Vocation-Work at Bell Telephone Co.
SARA LEE ROSEN-Choir B, Art II, Entered from Braddock
High School, IZB, Pastime-Dancing, Favorite Sport-Boxing,
Favorite School Subject-English
SIDNEY S. ROSEN-Senior Class President, Homeroom Presi-
dent, 7-llth Grades, President of Student Council, Student Trea-
surer, Head Football Manager '45, Merit of Honor, 7A, Radio
Broadcasts, Minstrel Show, Co-chairman of Prom Committee,
Class Play Cast
BARBARA J. ROSENBERG--Student Council, IZB, Camera Club,
Class Day Committee, Favorite Pastirne-Knitting, College Prefer-
ence-University of Pittsburgh, Future Vocation-Secretary
EDMUND ROSENBERG-Class Treasurer, 9A, Hall Patrol,
College Preference-Duquesne University, Ambition-Accounting,
Favorite Sport-Baseball, Hobby-Sketching, Favorite School
LOIS ROSENBERG-Prom Committee, Journal Art Staff, Class
Play Scenery, Foreword Staff, Hall Patrol, Auditorium Usher,
Future Teachers of America, Poster Advertisements, College Pref-
erenec-Penn State, Awards Received-Scholastic Key, Foreword
SARAH ROSS-Entered from Gladstone, llB, Basketball, Hobby
-Collecting Pictures: Favorite Sport-Skating, Favorite School
JAY J. ROTH-jewelry, Favorite Sport-Hockey, Favorite Subject
DAVID ROTHMAN-IZA Class Secretary, Co-chairman of Class
Day Committee, journal Staff Advertising Chairman, 12th Grade
Hoineroom President, Foreword Representative, Senior Science
Club, President, German Club, Intramural Basketball
LEONARD S. RUBENSTEIN-Dramatic English Play Cast,
Lunchroom Staff, German Club, Band E, C, B, A, All City Band,
German Clulb Play, Magicians Club
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RITA RUBINOFF-Journal Staffg Prom Committeeg Hall Patrolg
French Club: F. T. A.: International Broadcasting Clubg Cheer-
leader '46, '47, '48, '49g College Preference-Penn Stateg Democratic
Citizenship Programsg Honor Roll
RAYMOND RYABIK-Senior Class Vice President, Class Day
Committeeg President of Homeroomg Foreword Representativeg
Qualitative .Analysis Classg Electric Shop, Swimming '46, '47, '48,
'49, Track '48g Cross Country '49: American Legion Award, SA,
Civic Club Test: Gullentz Scholarship
WILLIAM SABO-Orchestra D5 Jewelry, Wood Shop: Entered
from Gladstone, 1lBg Hobby-Dancing, Favorite School Subjects-
History and Mathematics
TERESA SACCO-Seamstress Work for Class Play, Vocation-
Secretaryg Favorite Pastime-Sewingg Hobby-Dancing, Favorite
Sport-Base'ballg Favorite Subject-Shorthand, Entered from Glad-
ANNABELLE SACHS-Journal Staff: Student Council '47, '48, '49:
Modern Dance Accompanist: Orchestra Ag Social Chairman of
Student Council, '47-'48, Civic Club Test: Trio
MURRAY SACHS-Journal Staffg Student Council Representative.
l1B, llAg Lunchroom Staff, Chairmang Hall Patrol: Usher Staff:
Tutoring Staffg Intramural Basketball '47, Entered from Cleve-
JEROME SADJA-Homeroom President, 9A, l0B: Machine,.VVoo'd
and Print Shops: Hall Patrol: College Preference-Miami Uni-
versityg Favorite Sport-Baseball: School Subject-History
ALEX SARCONE-Homeroom President: Distributive Education
Club, Favorite Sports-Football and Baseball
INEZ SARCONE-M. M. M.: Ambition-Secretaryg Favorite
Sports-Baseball and Footballg Favorite Subject-Shorthand
EILEEN ANN SATTON-Hall Patrolg Shorthand Speed Certifi-
categ Hobby-Knitting, Future Vocation-Secretary
EUGENE H. SAULSBURY-Hall Patrolg Hi-Y Treasurerg Band
E, D, C5 Special Shopg Jewelryg Pastime-Musicg Hobby-Draw-
ingg Favorite Sports-Basketball, Softvball
SYLVIA SCHAER-Transferred from Woodrow Wilson High,
Camden, New Jerseyg Favorite Pastime-Telephoningg Hobby-
Dramaticg Foods I and II
EDWARD L. SCHNEIER-Class Day Committee: Foreword
Representative, 103. NJA: Chorus IJ: Mechanical Drawing: Special
Shop. IIB, HA: Football '47, '48: Track '48, '-19: Football Minstrel
NORMAN SCHWARTZ-Cafeteria Staff: Mechanical Drawing:
College Preference-Carnegie Tech: City junior High Chorus'
Hobby-Stamp Collecting: Favorite Sport-Hockey
SALLY LARAINE SEDLER-Hall Patrol: junior Red Cross: Jun-
ior Leaders: Camera Club: Fashion Show '-15: Hobby-Driving
JOAN SEINER-Dramatic English: Homeroom Secretary, 12.-X:
Foreword Representative '40, '-17: Bookroom Club '40, '-17: Design-
ix1g of Class Play Scenery: juuior Leaders '45: Broadcasting
MYRON A. SELWYNfS1mt-t'ial Shop 1, 2, 3. 4. 5: VYelding NVo-rk
on School Airplane Motor: .-Xmbition-Skilled Technician: Favorite
ARNOLD L. SHAPIRO-- Intramural llasketball Championship
Team '49: Hobby-Collecting Swords
IRWIN SHAPIRO-l'avor1te Iasttme-Bowliii: Favorite Sport-
Fuotballl College Preference-University of Pittsburgh
DONALD SHARAPAN-History Recording: Track Team '-105
Hobby---Stamp Uollectiug: Favorite Sport-Football: Favorite
School Subject-Fliysies: College Preference-University of Pitts-
VIRGINIA SHEEI-IAN--Volley Ball: Mushball: Transferred from
Gladstone junior High: Favorite School Subject-Home Economics:
Aide at Senior l.uncheon: Favorite Diversions-Dancing, Reading
ADA LOU SIEGEL-Microscope Club: Library Club: junior, Inter-
mediate, Senior Discussion Clubs: Life Saving: 60 Words Short-
ARNOLD SIEGAL-President Homeroom, IIA: Band D, C. B:
Basketball, Class Championship Team '-19: Favorite SportFBasket-
Pl-IILLIP SIEGEL--Dramatic English: Homeroom Treasurer, 1013:
llomeroom Vice President, llB: Senior Science Club: Band A:
Marching Band: Minstrel Show: Future Vocation--Medicine
EILEEN SIEMON+Fashion Show, '47, Fashion Tea, '48, Volley
Ball Tournament, Favorite Subject-Home Economics, Favorite
Sports-Swimming, Volley Ball
FAYE SIGAL-Homeroom Secretary, IZB, IZA, Y-Teens, Senior
Leaders, Fashion Shows, Special Dance, Hockey '46, '47, '48,
Basketball '46, '47, Mushball '46, '47, '48, Volley Ball '46, '47, '48
MARGA SILBERMAN-Athletic Point Recorder, Homeroom Presi-
dent, 1lB, President of Senior Leaders, German Clufb, Intermediate
Discussion Club: Chorus E, C, Basketball '47, '48, '49, Hockey
'48, '49, Mushlball '47, '48, '49, Volley Ball '48, '49
MOLLIE HELEN SILVERBLATT-Entered from Wilkinsburg
Junior High, 9B, Favorite Pastime-Dancing, Hobby-Collecting
Autographs, Favorite Sport-Mushball
JAMES SILVERMAN-Prom Committee, Homeroom Treasurer,
llB, l1A, Band A, Marching Band, Intramural Basketball, Golf,
Hobby-Collecting Coins, Favorite Pastime-Playing Piano
JOEL PHILIP SILVERMAN-Student Council, German Club,
Radio Broadcasting, College Preference-University of Pittsburgh
MORTON SILVERMAN-Student Council Representative: Band
B, C, E, Voice D, Track '48, '49, Cross Country Team '48, Favorite
Sports-Football, Softball, Future VocationvAccountant, Favorite
ROSE FAY SIMON-Library Club: Fashion Show, Favorite
Pastime-Reading, Favorite Sports-Basketball, Swimming, Am-
MINNETTE SINGER-Dramatic English: Class Play: Homeroom
Social Committee: Cafeteria Staff, Usher Staff, Tutoring Staff,
F. T. A.: Senior Discussion Club, Camera Club, Student Federalists,
MICHAEL SIVIY-Journal Staff, Journal Art, Foreword Staff:
Hall Patrol, Microscope Club, Track '48, Cheerleaders '47, '48, '49:
TIBA SLADEN-Prom Committee: Dramatic English: Tutoring:
Senior Science Club: French Club, Camera Club: College Prefer-
ence-University of Pittsburgh, Future Vocation-Teacher
CHARLES E. SMITH-Radio Club '48, Future Vocation-Elec'
trician, Favorite Subject-Electric Shop, Ping-Pong Tournament:
Hobby-Making Model Airplanes
MYRA SMITH-Prom Committee. Class Play Art Staff, Student
Council, Ushering Staff, Commencement Usher, Microscope Club,
Chorus C, E, Basketball, Musthball, Hockey, Volley Ball, Key in
Scholastic Art Show
FRANCES SMOLOVER-Class Day Committee, Foreword Repre-
sentative, l0B, l0A, French Club, German Club, Chorus A,
Chorale, Soloist in Choir Concerts, Orchestra D, Hobby-Collecb
JEAN SNYDER-Fashion Show '47, '48, '49, Model for Simplicity
Fashion Shows '48, '49, Volley Ball '47, '49, Basketball '48, Achieve-
ment Train Committee, Fashion Show for Open House, Favorite
Pastime-Sewing, Favorite Sport-Ice Skating
JACK SOFIELD-Class Day Committee, Hall Patrol: Future
Teachers of America, Swimming '46, '47, '48, '49, City Champion-
ship, Football Minstrel Show, Future College-Pitt, Favorite
Pastime-Reading, Hobby-Model Jet Racers
BERNICE SOLOMON-Entered from Schenley in 9A, Hall
Patrol, Chorus C, Participant in Thanksgiving Day Program,
Hobby-Collecting Records, Favorite Sports-Bowling. Dancing:
EILEEN SOLOMON-Entered from Fifth Avenue, IZB, D. A. R.
History Medal, "Be Kind to Animals" Poster Medal, First Prize:
Future College-Pitt, Future Vocation-Journalism, Favorite Sport
-Baseball, Favorite Diversion-Talking on the Phone
JOSEPH SOLTZ-Camera Club, Band A, Marching Band! H0bbY
-Photography, Favorite Sport-Baseball, Diversion-Billiards
MARY ANN SOVYAK-Honor Student, Journal Staff, Service
Club, Hall Patrol, Y-Teens, Basketball '47, '48, Volley Ball '492
Gregg Shorthand Certificate, Journalism Certificate, Future Vo-
BETTY ZELDA SPANDAU-Student Federalist, Camera Club:
intermediate Discussion Club: Senior Discussion Club, Senior
Science Club: College Preference-Adelphi: Hobby--Photography:
Diversion--Reading: Favorite School Subject-Mathematics
MERVYN SPECK-Foreword Representative, Bible Reader: Print
Shop, Manager of Intramural League of 351, '48, '49, Hobby-Sports
ELLIOTT M. SPERLING-Microscope Clufb: A Cappella Choir,
Male Chorus: Choir Programs, Favorite Subject-Physics: Favorite
Sport-Football: College Preference-University of Pittsburgh:
Ambition-Certified Public Accountant
JAMES STEEN-Band A: Orchestra A, Track Team: Minstrel
Show, Band and Orchestra Concerts, Future Vocation-Musician,
Favorite Sport--Horseback Riding
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DOROTHY L. STEIN-Dramatic English, Class Play: Foreword
Representative, llth and 12th Grade: Senior Life Saving '49: Camera
Club: Senior Science Club: Senior Leaders: Orchestra B: Mush-
ball: Hockey: Basketball: Volley Ball: Swimming
DELIA STEPHENS-Volley Ball '49: Typing Award '48: Entered
from Gladstone, l1B: Hobby-Dancing: Favorite Sport-Basketball:
Favorite Pastime-Playing Records
NANCY STEPHENS-Chorus E, C, B: Basketball: Volley Ball:
Favorite Pastime-Reading: Favorite Subject-Spanish: Hobby-
Writing to Pen Pals in Other Countries
WILBUR WILSON STEVENSON, JR.-Homeroom Vice Presi-
dent, IZA: Future Vocation-Physician: Favorite Sport-Boxing:
College Preference-University of Pittsburgh
DONALD H. STEWART-Intramural Basketball: Favorite Sport
-Swimming: Entered from Gladstone. llB: Favorite Pastime-
Experimenting with Electricity
ROBERT STOEHR-Representative for the Distributive Education
Club: Scenery Construction for Class Play, '48: Favorite Sports-
Football, Baseball: Favorite Diversion-Reading
ALLEN MYRON SUPOVITZ-Class Day Committee: Homeroom
Vice President, llA: Football Minstrel Show: Football Club: Band
A, B. C, E: Concertmaster: Band A in l2A: Orchestra A: Football
'48: Track '47, '48, '49
REBECCA SWAN - Class Day Committee: Class Play Usher:
Greenhouse Club: Chorus B, C, E: Choir Festival at Carnegie
Music Hall: Hobby-Sewing: Favorite Sport-Baseball
SARITA TABAN-Future Teachers of America Club: Senior Dis-
cussion Club: Volley Ball Team: Entered from Brenau Academy,
IZB: Favorite Sport-Swimming
ETHEL TANNENBAUM-Entered from Central High, VVashing-
ton, D. C., IZB: journal Staff: Future Vocation-Teaching: Hobby
-Ballet Dancing: Favorite Sport-Basketball
STANLEY TAYLOR -Y Prom Committee: Homeroom Basketball
Team, Manager: Pastime-Bike Riding: Hobby-Reading: Favorite
Sport-Basketball: Favorite School Subject-History: Youth Club
CY. M. C. AJ
ROBERT THOMAS-Class Artist: Advanced Art: Special Shop
Foreman: Track Team '-18: Track Letter: Intramural Basketball
'L' -L' 'L- -cv 1- -L- -L-PSFL' 'L- 'LJ -Ly -er -U -at 'c- 'Q 'ev -U 'zu -1.1 'U -L1 'cf -:J 'L- 'Lv -et -et C,
lege-University of Pittsbur
JAMES UNTENER-Entered from Gladstone, 11B: Homeroom
Secretary: Wood Shop: Hobby-Collecting Pennies: Favorite Sports
Baseball, Basketball: Future Vocation-Enlist in the Navy
FRANCIS T. URSETTA-Entered from Gladstone, llB: Bowling
Club: Special Shop, Foreman: Jewelry: Intramural Basketball '-19:
Favorite Pastime-Bowling: Hobby-Fixing Things: Favorite Sports
-Football, Boxing: Future Vocation--Dental Technician
LOUIS VARGA-Entered from Gladstone, 11B: Orchestra A:
Favorite Pastime-Playing the Piano: Favorite Sport-Tennis:
Favorite Diversion-Pennsylvania National Guard
JULIUS VARGO-Entered from Greenfield, 9B: Orchestra B: Com-
mencement Usher: Special Shop: American Legion, Honorable
Mention: Favorite Sports-Hunting, Fishing: Future Vocation-
Enlist in the Marine Corps
SHIRLEY VARGO-Entered from Gladstone, llB: M. M. M.:
Foreword Representative: Future Vocation-Stenographer
ALEX VENIG-Dramatic English: Class Play Cast: Foreword
Representative, IIA: Hall Patrol: Senior Science Club: Band:
Intramural Basketball: Red Cross Drive: Hobby-Model Airplanes:
EDITH TORIN-Student Council lxepresentative Dramatic ling
lish: Make-up Chairman, Class Play Corridor Staff International
Broadcasting: Chorus A: International Peace Day Xuard
WILLIAM TOTH-Stage Crew Student Council 10B Special
Shop, Stage Crew: Arrangement of Stage for all Programs
Favorite Sports-Bowling and Baseball
WILLIAM G. TOTH-Homexoom Xue President Special Shop
Swimming Team '48, 319: Trael -lb Svtnnnnng kuards Filtered
from Gladstone: Radio Program
NORMA SMITH TRUST lournal Staff Ioreuord Staff Junior
Intermediate, Senior Discussion Club Student Couneil Scholasti
Art Awards. '45 to '-19: Cliairmin of -Xllderdne Xelnevtment Fratn
Committee: Junior and Senior leaders Intercultural Group
EDWARD DANIEL TURKO Class Dav Committee Shop Pore
man: Special Shop: Intramural Basketball College Ireferenee
Duquesne University: Ambition Nledm al Do tor
PHYLLIS HARRIET UNATIN Basketball 46 Vollev Ball 46
Favorite Pastime-Reading: lwxolite Sport Baseball Inture Col
JOSEPH VERNA-Entered from Gladstone, 11B
JAMES VIRGIN-Entered from Greenfield, 9B: German Club:
Favorite Sport-Basketball: Favorite Diversion-Dancing: Favorite
ROSE VISZNEKI--Entered from Gladstone, IIB: Foreword Repre-
sentative: Volley Ball: Favorite Pastimes-Swimming, Dancing:
Hobby+Crocheting: Favorite Sports-Volley Ball, Basketball: Fu-
JOSEPH WALLER-Entered from Gladstone, 11B: Minstrel Show:
Football Team: Football Club: Print Shop: Wood Shop: Electric
Shop: Hobby-Listening to and Collecting Records: Favorite Sports
PEGGE WALLICK-Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer, 10th, llth,
12th Grades: Prom Committee: Hall Patrol: Student Council, Prob-
lems Committee: Social Committee: Foreword Staff: Modern
Dance: Y-Teens, President: F. T. A.: Latin Club: Camera Club:
NORMAN WANETICK--Homeroom Vice President, l2B: Future
College-Pitt: Future Vocation-Shoe Retailer: Hobby-Collecting
Coins: Favorite Sport-Swimming: Favorite Diversion-Driving
LYNN S. WEILL Hall Staff, Junior Red Cross: Usher Squad:
Camera Club: Hostess at Fashion Show: Volley Ball '48: KDKA
Broadcast for Economics
SANDRA WEINMAN-Dramatic English Cast: Future Teachers
of America Club: French Clulb: Lunchroom Staff: Majorettes:
Favorite Pastime-Listening to Records
BORIS WEINSTEIN-Homeroom Vice President, llA: Student
Council Representative: Hall Staff: Green Key: Ushers Club:
Chorus B, C, D: Basketball '46, '47, '48, '49: Intramural Basketball:
Student Council Problems Committee
ELAINE WEINSTEIN-Journal Staff: Prom Committee: Hall
Staff: Tea Hostess, P. T. A.: Journalism Certificate: Volley Ball
'47, '4S: Transferred from Peabody, l0B: College Preference-
DAVID HOWARD WEISSGreen Key: Band A: Marching Band:
Track Team: Intramural Basketball: Diversion-Music
CECELE ZELDA WEISBERG-Dramatic English: Class Play
Cast: Student Council Representative, IZB: Camera Club: Inter-
mediate Discussion Clufb: Senior Discussion Club: Orchestra A, B.
C: String Quartet: Harmony Class: Volley Ball '45: Mushball '46
J. JACK WEISS-Camera Club: Orchestra 7B, 7A: Dramatic Eng-
lish: Journal Staff: Chorus C, D: VVire-recording History Project
NORMAN B. WEIZENBAUM-Hall Staff: Intramural Basketball:
Red Cross Drive: Homeroom Checker Champion: College Preference
-Pennsylvania University for Business Administration
REGINA H. WELLS-Class Day Committee: M. M. M.: Senior
Science Club: Homeroom Secretary. 9B: Favorite Sport-Baseball:
Favorite Subject-Physics: College Preference-Pitt
PATRICIA LOUISE WERLING-Favorite Sports-Basketball,
Volley Ball, Mnshball: Hobby-Collecting Odd Stamps: Favorite
PAUL WEST-Chess Club: Band A: Participant in Band Concerts:
Hobby-Music: Favorite Sport-Swimming
ARLENE WHEELER-Entered from Gladstone, 11B: Hobbies-
Playing the Piano, Dancing: Favorite Sports-Football, Baseball
BERNICE WILCOX-Class Day Committee: Foreword Repre-
sentative, IZB. IZA: Volley Ball '45, '49: Letter for Intramural
Volley Ball: College Preference-Grove City
JOHN H. WILLIAMS-Football Club: Electric Shop: Track: Hob-
bies-Building Model Airplanes and Railroads: Favorite Sports-
Football, Baseball, Basketball
ROBERT WILLIAMS-I-Iomeroom Vice President: Student Coun-
cil '43, '49: Constitution Committee: Qualitative Analysis Class:
ROSA LEE WILLIAMS-Vclley Ball: Basketball: Shorthand Cer-
tificate: Hobby-Collecting Photographs: Favorite Sports-Hockey,
SAMUEL WILLIAMS--Flectric Shop: Entered from Gladstone
llB: Favorite Subiect-Jewelry: Favorite Sports-Basketball. Foot-
ball, Baseball: Amibition-I.awyer
JAMES A. WILSON-Student Council '47, '48: Usher: Scope Club:
Hi-Y: Chorus B. C: Announcer: VVood Shop: Metal Shop: Ad-
vanced Special Shop: Football '47, '48, '49: Swimming '46, '47'
MARILYN WINSBERG-Dramatic English, Bible Reader, Hall
Staff, Student Council, Special Dance, Modern Dance, Ambition-
DEEORES ANN WISLOSKY-Journal Staff, Homeroom Vice
President, lZB, IZA, Senior Y-Teens, Orchestra A, B, All City, In-
and-About Orchestra, Volley Ball '48, '49, American Legion Award
GEORGE C. WOHLFARTH, JR.-Intramural Basketball, Entered
from St. Philomena, 9B, Favorite Subject-History, Ou-tside
Interest-Boating, Hobby-Trains, College Preference-Duquesne
JANET WRIGHT- Entered from Gladstone, llB, Basketball,
Volley Ball, Favorite Pastime-Dancing, Swimming, Favorite Sport
LEA WYGODNA-Favorite Sport-Volley Ball, School Subject-
MARY RUTH YEAGER-Advanced Economics Project, Served at
judges Luncheon, Served at Senior Luncheon, Pastime-Dancing
MARGARET CECELIA YOURICK-Homeroom Secretary, llB.
1lA, Homeroom Vice President, IZB, IZA, Library Club, Group
Eg Clothing, Hockey '48, Basketball '48, '49, Volley Ball '48, '49,
Mushball '49, Gregg Shorthand Speed Certificate
ANDREW P. ZEEDICK-Homeroom President, Prom Committee,
Qualitative Analysis Class, German Club, Track '48, '49, Swim-
ming '48, '49, Golf '48, '49, Intramural Basketball,XAn1bition-
Chemist , '
PHYLLIS ZEGAR-Volley Ball: Hall Staff, M. M. M., F. T. A.:
Cafeteria Staff, Entered from Peabody, 9A, Pastime-Knitting:
JAMES VERNER CALLOMON-Homeroom President, 9th Grade,
Band A: Swimming Team, Pitt Interscholastic Swim Meet, History
Broadcast, WCAE, Homeroom Vice President, 10th Grade, Home-
room Treasurer, llth Grade
GORDAN M. MEIXNER-Stage Scenery, Future Vocat'ion-Com-
mercial Art and Advertising, Favorite Sport-Golf, Favorite Suh-
ject-Art, Outside Interest-VVorking on Motors
JAMES SEDLER-Band A, Marching Band, All City Band, Foot-
ball, College Preference-Penn State: Favorite Subject-History
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Ideal of manhood :
lJonnnant literary type:
New literary devices:
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n all sorts of activities up to our ears:
otwitilistancling, these were our best years.
nergetic. ingenuous, possessed of
R eason enough to explain our big' hit.
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A ll joined in-or at least had a chance.
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Teacher A..,..,A,..A...A.A,.,.....,..,,,,.......,.........,.........................,....... Mr. Alex Seigal
President ,. ,...,,. .,.... James Bacho
Vice President .,.. ...,.....,.... A lice Noble
Secretary ......... .,.. . ., .................,,,.. Faye Sigal
Treasurer A,......A,.....,..................,,.,.. ....r.... R aymond Gorman
Student Council Representative ..., ,.......,.. I ocelyn Daniels
Foreword Representative ,.,,...... ..,... ..........,.....,.., T i ba Sladen
Sergeant-at-Arms .....,...,......,,i..........,.......,....,........,.....,.. Russell McCallister
Comic strip characters decorate our treeg
VVe'll tell you about all in our family.
jimmy is our Little King, jimmy is our boss,
Wfithout UIIMMY ISACHO, we'd be at a loss.
Ella Civzdvrs, big eyes and big heart,
YIVIAN BARTHELEMY-you guessed it-you're smart!
Pretty Kit Karson has a grand career aheadg
XVe think FRANCES COFFEY could take her place instead.
Though a little naughty, AVllIlf'j'iS still a lot of fun-
As 'IOCIE DANIELS, she's like a ray right from the sun.
livery fellow looks as Hrvnda Hrccsc goes whizzing ibyg
Our own RUTIIIE lJll.l,NER is quite as appealing to the eye.
Jcmr ,flrdvn is, as we all know, a worker through and throughg
NORMA DITTNER is like this miss, though pleasure-seeking, too.
illirkif' Finn might be conscientious and the idol of your eye:
But we think WIIERRY FRANK could take his place, and that's no lie.
Mary Ma.r'z'cI manages to pull out of every scrape she's ing
MARGUERY FRANK can do this, too, and still retain a grin.
Becky Grogyins is sweet with all in 'her foldg
Doesn't this remind you of our GRETA GOLD?
Blackie-he's the 'bright one, you knowg
RAY GORMAN is ours in this 210 show.
ADOLPH GUERRA, blond as Phil Fuinble,
Is always making the girls' 'hearts tumble.
Archie Andrews-heart rod, turtle neck-
Makes you think of BOB HAZLEY, I'll bet.
MARY JOY is unaffected and sweet
As Daisy Mae she's sure hard to beat.
Li'l Abner is a simple lad with a fatal charmg
He and HERBIE LENCHNER will never do you -harm.
I oe Palooka, big and blonde, with the cutest gring
He, as RUSS MCCALLISTER, sets our hearts a-spin.
Cute as a button, mischievous-whom does that bring to mind?
SONIA MALKIN is our choice of Little Iodine.
EDNA MORITZ, like Dixie Dugan, is a friend to everyoneg
It would be hard to find her equal anywhere under the sun.
A star reporter is Brenda Starr, who works to do her partg
Our own reporter is ALICE NOBLE so close to everyone's heart.
The typical teen in our 'book is Candy
Or VERONICA PALYO who's just as dandy.
VINCE PAVICIC is our own Captain Easy:
His mood is always so light and so breezy.
H ans and Fritz, bad but bright-
NORMIE and ARNIE ROBBINS? That's right!
SARAH ROSS as cute as a Penny-
She'll always be a friend of many.
Dagwood is rushing and always late,
The resemblance to BILL SABO is great.
Slnggo is always in dutch, you see g
That sounds like JERRY SADJA to me!
Diminutive, mischievous, and ever so nice g
Priscilla in the comicsg FAYE SIGAL at Allderdice.
Tillie the Toiler is dark and cute, and a worker, too-
You can have your Tillieg for us, MOLLIE SILVERBLATT will do.
Our sweet, little blonde who makes a hit with any boyg
TIBA SLADEN'S prettier than Mitzi McCoy.
Then there's Pug-in and out of trouble g
Tall and blonde-BECKY SWAN'S ,her double.
Mopsy is a flirty girl, as cute as she can beg
This is ETHEL TANNENBAUM on our family tree.
Fritzi Rite is pretty, and her glamour really showsg
S'he's matched by PHYLLIS UNATIN clear down to her toes.
ALEX VENIG, to our minds, Available Jones does bring 5
You'll like him for he'll help you to do 'most anything.
Yellow hair, and cute in way,
Blondie is LYNN WEILL, any old day.
NORMIE WEIZENBAUM reminds us of Steve Roper,
' Always helping others, never a loafer.
MR. SEIGAL, for all our tricks, never blew his topg
He must have more patience than Priscillair Pop.
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The ommzce 0f254
Teacher . , ....,.. Miss jane McCandless
President .,.. , .,,. .,,...,,... ...., R i chard Crone
Vice President ,.,,. ..,..... L eah Honeytord
Secretary ..,...,..,i.. ...i.,...,.,.,.,,,.,,,,., .i,......... F e rn Barnett
Treasurer .,.., ., .....i,..,.....,. ......,.......i.. ...... B e atrice Pollack
Student Council Representative .. , .Boris VVeinstein
Foreword Representative ...............................,.........i......,.,,..., Dorothy Stein
This story is going to be told
As if we lived in days of old,
And all of us from 254
VVere out in the VVest, digging for ore.
The time is 1849
And there is much ground to mineg
The setting is McCandless' Mills,
As our wagon comes rolling o'er the hills.
The mayor of this booming town of Western fame,
Is Miss McCand1ess who for our tricks has ever been game.
Calm and capable, without reproach,
ERNST NAGEL drives this coach.
lVe asked the best typist, DELIA STEPHENS by name,
Huw to get to the bank as that was our aim.
Foreword Business Manager of very high rank,
Is RICHARD CRONE who now runs this bank.
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We opened the door and who should appear,
But MORTON SILVERMAN, the 'bank cashier.
ROSALIN ABRAMS, n-ow our fashion expert,
Gave some directions in manner pert.
Then to SORALIE LEVIN'S dining hall we came,
fShe's the one of "I Remember Mama" fame.j
Next we went to a rooming house run by another lass-
SANDRA WEINMAN wlho t-wirls a mean baton in our class.
Then all of a sudden some shots rang out,
So we ran to the door to see what was about.
Chief candidate for constarble, MURRAY SACHS,
Must be with a rival-grinding an ax.
The rival is JAMES SILVERMAN who is a politician,
Because he can surely talk up any condition.
During the battle, ARLENE WHEELER volunteered to get aid,
And so to the doctor's office ventured this very brave maid.
KENNETH KRELL came rushing to the sceneg
Of the town's doctors, -he is surely the dean.
Nurse LEAH HONEYFORD was there in a minute,
Carrying her black 'bag with all the things in it.
SARAH RIZZO-of whom the M. M. M. is proud-
Was seen in her nurse's uniform, bustling through the crowd.
JACK BROURMAN, the famous fiddling football player,
Made an end to the noise as an aid to the mayor.
With the aid of ALLEN SUPOWITZ, his clarinetist friend,
These two Vigilantes brought all the trouble to an end.
We went to lawyer BEATRICE COHEN to stake out a claim.
QThis Discussion Club Moderator has achieved great famej
Her secretary, FERN BARNETT, gave us the go ahead sign,
To stake out our claims at once for a mine.
Here comes SAM LEWIS who discovered the goldg
His wonderful secret he just couldn't hold.
IRWIN SHAPIRO as our chief prospector
Is always our best gold mine detector.
Down the street is the assayer's office of DOROTHY STEINg
Like Foreword money, she gets the gold from the mine.
VVe met JOE MASTRIANO walking down the street,
For carpentry he just can't be beat.
Next we went to EILEEN SATTON'S vaudeville show,
Which in our town is the place to go.
On stage was a magician Qyou know whom we meanj
NVhy it's MURRAY GROSSINGER who at sleight of hand is keen.
For the next, Modern Dance turned out a queen-
Our townls leading dancer is PHYLLIS GREEN.
Accompanist RUTH ANN ISAACS was seated in the pitg
She plays both piano and fiddle a bit.
One hundred y-ears hence he'll be a Group A standby,
It's STANLEY HIRSCH with straw hat and bow tie.
Here comes the school marm walking down the streetg
MYRA SMITH'S a teaclher who just can't be beat.
GEORGE KENNEDY is now very skilled in the shopg
So when our horse goes lame, at his smithy we stop.
VVe wondered how to spend the time while our horse was getting a shoe
Then we met secretary JANET WRIGHT who told us what to do.
She took us to the office of the town's gazetteg
The editor, FAEVERNER BEESE, we'll never forget.
VVe saw as we walked slowly through the door,
CLAIRE BOOHER sorting news-always ready for more.
BORIS WEINSTEIN has a good journalistic style,
He gets all the news for many a mile.
BEATRICE POLLACK'S the 'artist for our paper growingg
Her pictures and sketches make quite a fine showing.
So ends the story of our rush to the VVest-
We went out there with lots of zest.
We've had some fun along the way,
And wished that we might always stayg
But there are many other things to do,
And we go on with dreams anew.
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'l'eacher . , . ............ ..... M iss Dorothy Bergman
Presiclent .. .,.....,,........,...... Jane Elliott
Vice Presiclent , ,..... Delores Vllislosky
Secretary . ,... ..... ,.,. ,..,..,.,,..l.,..,... ....,.. R u t l 1 Kirkpatrick
Treasurer ,. ,, .....,......, ,.,...,,.,....,,,.. ,.,., E u gene Lowman
Student Council Representative ,.,., .,..,...... R ita Green
Foreword Representative ...,.,..,.......,..,.,,,.,.,.....,,..,,,.,.,.,.,..... Bernice XVilcox
Leaving Allderdice! NN'e're on our way
Bound for places throughout the U. S. A.,
Carrying our passengers with pride and traditions,
Helping them realize their various ambitions.
Engineer: Jane Elliott
This nightingale has many talents:
In gym and sports Janie keeps her balance.
lil'llkl'1IIlIl'lI lh'Iorc.s' ll'i.rl0sl.'y
lf you have any aches that seem to stick,
XVhen Delores is a nurse shell cure them quick.
lfircnzan: Ruth Kirkpatrick
A model who knows how to make her own clothes:
At Carnegie Tech she'll show what she knows.
Ticker 'I'ukr'r: Eugvm' L0'ZUll1ll-11'
Gene greets everyone with a smile:
He's jolly and friendly all the while.
C011d11flw': Rita Grmwz
Rita will show you the way to successg
She does her steno work with great finesse.
Pnrlvr: l?z'r11icc lVilc0.r
lil. ll. loves to skate and fish,
She is 267's most glamorous dish.
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Career Girl: Sylvia Sehaer
An actress we also have on our traing
Her dramatic talent should 'bring her much gain.
Business Ill en :
Have you heard of Square Deal Frank who is honest and fair?
He'll be the best car salesman anywhere.
For his ambition good luck he'll needg
But Lar will get alongg he'll surely succeed.
LOUNGE CAR PASSENGERS
A petite blonde who is very sweetg
Her personality gives the whole car a treat.
Dark-haired Lo is the belle of this car-
Vivacious always-she's quite a star.
Sitting -pretty surrounded by men,
Is our Rita who has a social yen.
Bernyls a pal and quite a dear,
Though mischievous, she's truly sincere.
Virginia is our cute, little clerkg
Some day she'll excel in her good work.
On our train we have the cutest blonde-
A person of whom everyone is fond.
Illan of Distinction: Arthur Lenchner
Our favorite friend will really rate
On the campus at Penn State.
Artist: Arthur Armstrong
With paint and brush Art is keeng
He can draw many a beautiful scene.
Musician: Eugene Saulsbury
Some day Sauls will play the drum
On the radio, or just for fun.
At designing jewelry she's a whizg
Her pet peeve is an English quiz.
Our homeroom's proud of Stan, our bassg
In harmony he can set the pace.
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Woman of Fashion: Jean Snyder
A seamstress who sews both in spring and fallg
She's also kept busy modeling them all.
Our star diver waves to friends with good cheery
They are wishing him luck at Pitt next year.
A sportsman whose charm and smiling face
Will always get him to first base.
George H nlrne
Dreaming of golf, he excels at this sport:
And when it comes to track, he doesn't run short.
A football lover who looks not askance
At the fun derived from indulgence in dance.
I ay Garber
A happy-go-lucky lad is jay-
The funny man who keeps our train gay.
Sitting in the corner telling his jokes
Is jester Bill, another of our folks.
A photographer at heart, jovial Marv.
In the picture field, his initials he'll carve.
The Bell Telephone Company may claim this maid
Who is cheerful, kind, always willing to aid.
Barb will be a sweet employee
When she becomes a secretary.
Eileen types with the greatest of easeg
As a white collar girl, she'1l certainly please.
A future draftsman who gets great delight
In dabbling in poetry-simple and light.
When it comes to mechanics, Don's our handy mang
Fixing, repairing--he'll do all that he can.
A mathematical genius is our Bobg
He can tackle and lick any job.
A likeable person is our friend Al,
His schoolmates find him quite a pal.
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Teacher .,............ ..,,..,..,....,.......,.......,......,.,......... M iss Katherine Skarinski
President .........,......... .......,.....,....,.. D avid Rothman
Vice President ......... ......... M argaret Y ourick
Secretary .,..,.......,,...........,....,...,..,. ......,....... A dele Farber
Treasurer ......,..,.........,..........,..,......., ....,.....,... J ohn Lloyd
Student Council Representative ..,.,. .....,... W illa Handshue
Foreword Representative ...,....,.,.... ......... S hirley Vargo
A is for all of us in 3065
When we get together everything clicks.
B is for best friend, and you will find
NAT BIRKENFIELD and HARRIETT FELDMAN are just that kind
C is for choir, and DAVIDA LAZEAR
With her lovely voice will fit right in here.
D is for dark of eyes and of hair,
FAY BORTZ and DAVE ROTHMAN are just such a pair.
E is for tfhe energy PAUL KALINYAK'S got:
He helped pull our swimming team to t-he t-op spot.
F is for football, and we have the stars-
AL FECHKO, BILL ROBERTS-'we're proud that they're ours.
G is for gifted, and of course we speak
Of DIANE FUTTERMAN and her acting technique.
H is for harmony sweet and clearg
FRED CRISSMAN'S trombone is like that to the ear.
I is interest in chemistry
Shown by our scientist WIL KENNEDY.
I is for jewel, not ruby, but pearl-
Our PEARL REMIAS is a gem of a girl.
K is f-or knight and K is for king:
A courtly fellow is THOMAS BING.
L is for lucky and we are we know
To have BETTY DOLNEY and SHIRLEY VARGO.
M is for masculi-ne MORTON GURRENTZ
And ELLIOTT SPERLING, two muscular gents.
N is for -nice and nifty and neat.
And that's WILLA HANDSHUE, who can't be beat.
O is for office, when sch-ool's done you'll see
That is where ARLENE PETRUZZI will be.
P is for play, the class play we mean:
You'll find MINETTE SINGER right on the scene.
Q is for quick on the typewriter keys,
Little LENA COCO types fast and with ease.
R is for reaflv when vou want a friend,
On JOSEPH PETRISCO vou mav always depend.
S is for swell just like IOHNNY LLOYDg
A minute with him is a minute enjoyed.
T is for time and now time is right
To say MARGARET YOURICK fills hearts with delight.
U is for upward and that is the way
Wfe know RICHARD CHICKO is headed today.
V is for vigor, GEORGE WOHLFARTH it's true,
And EDWARD LEWINTER are a vigorous two.
W's for wonderful, witty and wow,
That's PHYLLIS ZEGAR and BETTY SPANDAU.
X is for X-ray, a clear brilliant light-
DONNA CUNNINGHAM'S smile makes 306 bright.
Y is for yes, we,re glad we know
ADELE FARBER and TERESA SACCO.
Z is for zestful. the best adjective
To NORMAN SCHWARTZ that we can give.
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The SIll"f7l'f.S'C .,., . .,i,. A Gym grades scare seniors
Yzfffrarkfa' Snitz' ,. V, . ., , , , Exams
Pafhvfiqzfv . ..,.. , . .,,., .. Senior Themes
The Italian ., .,.. . Spaghetti
Llfllalryc , ..,., ,. , Study Hall
Porgy an' Hess ,. ..,.. ..,. . Dick and Ioan
Cm'1'11m1 ., .. , , .,.,,,.. .,.,., B obby Caldwell
Rafflr' of fcrirlzo ,,..... .. .. , . The VVall
-V-ln Anzmfirazz in Paris ,..... . . A , , ., , French Club
T110 Ufzfnzislzvd .. .. ,, , . Quest of Knowledge
.Sfrvnadc ..., ,. .,,. ..,, .. . ..,T1he Choir
llanrf of the Couzfdiazzs ,Mike Siviy K Grwin Caddy
77011 funn ., ,.,.. , .. ., , .,,...,...,. A David Kleinherg
Slzmuboaf ,..i A .,.... ,.,, . A .,..,,..,.... . ...,... Class Play
Nm' U'01'Id . ,. , Graduation
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fwith apologies to Geoffrey Chaucerj
Teacher ...,,............,....,..............,............,....,....,..,.. Miss Florence li. Graham
President ............. .......,,.,.,.........,.. S idney Rosen
Vice President ...,. ...... ......... M i chael Siviy
Secretary .,...,........,.. ,..,.. 4..i..,. B a rbara Potts
Treasurer ....A.,........,.,,.i........,..i...,.,.. ,.,.,., P atricia Miller
Student Council Representative ,...., .4.,.. I lonald Laszlay
Foreword Representative .,..,...........,...........,............... ....,... D avid Cohen
When that june with its graduation day
Hath pierced the heart of Seniors in every wayg
Then 3l2ers long a pilgrimage to make
Down the long aisle their diplomas to take.
And four and thirty to the very end,
From the 3rd floor rear to the stage they wendg
Of sundry folk by accident let fall
In fellowship, and students were they all.
IX President there was, a worthy man that from the moment he first began
To run about, he loved activity, girls and honor, pink and courtesy.
VVith him an aide, his Vice President, a cartoonist, and a lusty joker:
Crew of hair, just as cut grass: a favorite with all in the class.
A Secretary had we, her admirers-Ho! With long tresses and freckles-Oh!
Our Bubbles will never fail in the class play, or enticing a male.
A Treasuress also had we with A's abounding her mental tree:
Her sojourn in 312 is quite s-hort-out for Foreword, journal and sport.
A Foreword Representative so merry, a licensed beggar, a full solemn mang
In subscriptions he's on the spot, if you don't pay, he'll make it hot.
A Student Councillor in the class, t-oo, who kept us from being blue,
VVith clever quips and adviceg in the ways of women he sure is wise.
An Artist who could really paint, long had crayons 'been 'her mateg
Foreword and Council claim her timeg her art w-ork is truly sulblime.
A Lawyer of brains and Ibrawn, a silver-tongued -orator going on and on,
Lots to do is his special creed-for in activities he takes the lead.
A Seamstress there was, versed in stitching: her charm was bewitcfhing.
Her needle 'made garments galore, better than could be bought in a store.
Also a Sportsman whom we name, in football he secured his fame:
As captain of our successful team, and one who is always on the beam.
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With us was a Doctor of Physics-there is none like Humphrey
To speak of motors and sodas, for he is versed in all iotas.
A Cook who could burn itoast, as well as ruin a roast.
A lass who laughs and smiles-to see Allderdice win she'll go miles.
A Co-ed was in our room-Penn State will spell her success soon,
A memlber of French Club and M. M. M. Will she ever forget them?
A Hunter with a special flairg in track he won with time to spare,
A friendly fellow liked by all, his sincerity is not small.
A Nurse, president of M. M. M.g swimming meets, she'd never miss themg
To the star diver, she's an inspiraftiong Duquesne, her aspiration.
A Traveler has stopped to sojourn-he came back to us this year to learn.
Football bench, his favorite seatg and the chorus, our transient's meat.
There's a Farmer who'll be a successg in football games he'd never rest.
Even crutches didn't stop our star, for his spirit is well above par.
A Musician had a booming laugh: his presence is felt on our beaten pathg
A staunch and steady fellow who'll rate, though he forever arrives late.
A popular Librarian we also had, physics homework drove her mad:
Name cards she tried hard to sellg we all bought because she's swell.
An Usherette with a gay laugh, on Student Council and Lunchroom Staffg
Her blue eyes with matching glasses make her the envy of all lasses.
A Swimmer with us has journeyed farg he h-opes someday to pass the barg
NVith trumpet in hand he's seen, on St. Patrick's Day decked in green.
A Knitter makes hats by the score: she made one and now's making moreg
'Scope and Lifesaving interest her too, as discussing and tutoring do.
-Ada Lou Siegel
A Clerk we had learning how to -sew, a receptionist s'he had the knowg
To baseball games she liked to stray, a genial lass she'll ever stay.
Our Electrician wrote with a quill: we called him much, but mostly Billg
Stage crew gives 'him satisfaction-a man who's always full of action.
On our trip a Mechanic who can please, a Shriner motor he built with easeg
A tall dashing guy, he never stopsg to be a wit, our My is tops.
A Singer was there of many songs, a blue-eyed blonde for which man longsg
In basketball s'he's really tops: her life dance should not have stops.
A Helper who assists in 214, in "I Remember Mama" will be seen,
A connoisseur of novels and foodg her twinkling eyes keep us in good mood.
A Seller of Foot Coverings was with us, when in a crowd he's in a fuss:
A joker is joseph, always in jest: when talking of clothes, 'he's the best.
XVith us was a rabid Baseball Fan: insides of houses she'd like to plan:
A record collector, time she can killg busy about nothing is our l'l1yll.
NVith us was a Manager, too, 5'8", hair brown, eyes blue.
Sports rate as his call, football, baseball, and basketball.
A Songbird with voice so mellowg her looks have charmed many a fellow.
Has worked to plan Class Dayg an outstanding soloist in Group A.
A Taker of Letters was there, with shorthand her special ware.
Basketball and music with her rate: one thing' sure, she's date bait.
A Wearer of Loud Cloitlres, who isn't tall: you can find him at the wall:
To be in trouble is his art: but with our bl. bl. we'll never part.
A charming Hostess aye there was to greet,
VVho bade us enter, thence to find a seat.
Before us gems of wisdom spread-our feast
And met unstinting our whims both great and least.
No one could ever call her a slacker,
VVhose name spells just like a famous cracker.
VVhen kids of ours must go someday to school.
VVe hope their teachers are just like our jewel.
-J. 1. Roth
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President .,.... .,.,
lreasurer .....,,.,....,,.,.,, ..,.... ....,..,. . .
Student Council Representative .. .
Foreword Representative .,...,...,.,..
A-newspaper man at Forbes and
B-rilliant in the boys' annex:
B-aseball's his meat-
Y-esterday's box scores are memo-
T-alented with model planes.
C-ooperative and extremely .
H-elpful in the homeroom.
B-right boy with bright hair, but . . .
O-therwise he's normal.
K-ind and also helpful:
I-ntegrity his aim when at a job,
but he . . .
L-oves to sleep. too.
-I-olly and . . .
.. .... Joan Seiner
L-uscious and . . .
-hi so helpful:
-aseball claims her attention.
-es. so do men.
Lita Brown-" l .ee"
L-ovely to look at,
-mall guy, but not in . .
-edlieacls are his favorites.
-allons of pep,
--nerffetie. enthusiastic worker
T-rina in the class play.
B-eautiful red hair,
B-elonged to the Majorettesl
E-.ntertaining at all times.
N-ice to . . .
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aster at the violin,
terrific actor with . . .
tra pers-onality deposited within
ikes collecting recordsg
n time alwaysg
nusually sweet and kind.
R-ight on .top . . .
0-ut of . . .
R-eally likes swimming meets:
B-ill is her hobby.
K-inetic energy plus
P-atriotic to his school
E-verything he does.
I-n 351, 'he's our . . .
L-eader and has good . . .
ooks as well as personality.
eaves us in a gay mood
n account of her . . .
he girls swoon and say
O-h! that man.
Y-uletide is his favorite time of year.
Y-ou'll never forget her.
M-anly and . . .
I-nteresting to talk to
K-ind and generous
E-specially able mechanic.
F-ace that's pretty,
L-ikes collecting discsg
O-ccupies a place in our heart.
R-ates with us,
U-sually has a good word for all.
B-est friend there is:
Y-ou can't help liking him.
D-arling and has . . .
-arnest and not . .
.I-ovial and has lots of . .
-ot bad on the eyesg
-mabibes knowledge easily.
M-illions of friends,
A-dored by allg
R-esponsibility is her . .
-reatest . . .
-e can't beat him for an . . .
S-ells those Forewords to . . .
verywhere at once,
akes us laugh at his jokes-
ur proud favorite.
L-iked by everyone.
esting is his pastime,
n the football field he excels,
n the iball constantly
M-uch appreciated by all,
R-eally helps . . .
I-n student councilg
L-ikes collecting records
Y-ou know that it's . . .
N-eedless to say-f'She'll Succeedf
iss Hanrahan's court jester.
ust as sweet . . .
s he can be-
lass play as "P'apa.',
H-appy-go-lucky yet . . .
N-ever has an un . . .
-ind-hearted. K-ind word for any one.
MY A B C DREAM
A Arriving at school on time every day
B Being first in the lunch line
C Coming to school early Monday morning
D Doing homework during sixth period
E Eating at the Hot Puppy
F Finding A's on all my English tests
G Getting the lead in the class play
H Hearing the dismissal bell at one thirty
I Impressing teachers with red apples
I joking with fellow pupils between classes
K Knitting during Physics class
L Leaving school 'before 3:05 without an early dismissal
M Marking my own test papers
N Naming all the U.S. presidents in the correct order
O Observing the small print in the text books
P Passing all my subjects with high grades
Q Quoting passages of poetry correctly
R Roaming the halls without being questioned
S Sleeping until ten o'clock on school days
T Telling "tall" stories without laughing
U Using books during Spanish tests
V Visiting Mr. Thomas on a social call
W Winning first prize in essay contests
X Xcelling in all sports
Y Yelling across the lunch room without being stared a-t
Z Zooming down the halls without being knocked down
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Teacher .. .,A,. . .... .. . ,.,.... Miss Charlotte R. Beachler
President .. . ,.....,.,,..,.,.,.,.....,.,. Irvin Goldberg
Secretary . ., .,.,., ,
Treasurer ...., .. .,,. .,.. . ....
Student Council Representative . ..
lforeword Representative ..., . .. ..... ..
'l'hirty-eight forty niners are leaving the mine:
Miss Beachler, the foreman, is leading
A large heavy bag is on every backg
The gold of years of work is in each pack.
I lene R euben
Frances Aaron brings her most active brain:
XYhatever she does will bring her tame.
Robert Abrams brings an artists pen
With this, he's sure to be drawing again.
Billy Arnowitz is bringing' interest keen:
He's one of the best that we have seen.
Ellen Baskind's load is an old class play:
lnto two of these she has found her way.
.X handful of tickets. brought by Harvey Blinn,
VVhat a wonderful student treasurer he has been!
Alan Bloch, the next person in line,
:X long list of activities he brings from the mine.
ln hers, Barbara Caldwell is bringing a voice:
The soloist. she, of Miss Steiner's choice.
Ronald Ecker, the treasurer, has found much goldg
The homeroom dues he collected of old.
Eddie Edelstein is carrying a ball.
This sports enthusiast is the best one of all.
A saxophone is Billy Edwards' loot.
On this he can give a powerful toot.
An old physics' motor Phyllis Epstein's recovered.
In the "Motor Hall of Fame," her name, she's discovered.
Eva Estermann's load was gathered with toil.
She hopes to be a chemist of the soil.
Some radio programs are Richard Finegold's treasure.
His speaking is excellent-far beyond measure.
Elaine Friedman comes out with a Modern Dance.
Her twinkling toes attract every glance.
A president's card Buddy Go1dberg's bringingg
This homeroom chief is also good at singing.
Sarita Goldblum found some clulbs, too.
She certainly has had a lot to do.
True school spirit Stanley Goldmann ibringsg
He has an interest in many things.
The days that are left Nancy Gordon do-es recordg
Our class social chairman reaps her reward.
Ruth Gowa brings several soho-ol clubs in her packg
The responsibilities of many have -been on her back.
Saralee Hausman has a Student Council cardg
As representative, she has worked very hard.
Another one who excels in singing!
A voice, Jeannie Himelblau is bringing.
Enthusiasm in Marlene Klahr's prizeg
With all her pep, she's sure to rise.
Joseph Kopka's bringing a whole track teamg
So strong and powerful does he seem.
Rose Marie Lepedo brings s-ome shorthand notes-
This future secretary receives all our votes.
A lunc-h pail David Levinson findsg
At noon he's done work of various kinds.
Some vocal chords Joannie Lubin foundg
With these she can make a wonderful sound.
Barbara Markey carries a class play castg
In it, her name, not among the last.
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jerry Mattes dug up s-ome old chess meng
With these 'he'is sure to win again.
Rita Morov has uncovered a beautiful smileg
This dark-haired girl is so very worthwhile.
Lois Moss has dug up the M. M. M.-
This member is really quite a gem.
An old school cheer Janet Moxley uncoveredg
She's the greatesrt cheerleader we've ever discovered.
In her pack, julia Pavlick has a book,
In it, the notes she as secretary took.
An -old airplane Barbara Platt has found,
On this, as hostess, she'll soon be bound.
Ilene Reuben carries a Foreword card,
This representative has worked very hard.
Two jolly dimples are Sara Lee Rosen's findg
She is a girl of the sweetest kind.
A 'pair of tap shoes Phillip Siegel has foundg
With these, tfhis dancer 'makes a good sound.
A beautiful accent Sarita Taban's foundg
Her words all have the most wonderful sound.
Cecele Weisberg found a bow,
With this she makes her violin go.
The procession of miners has now left the mine,
Thirty-eight forty-niners are scattering from line.
PUBLIC ENEMIES' ENEMIES
No. 1--LOIS GLAZER
Wanted in every state for intelligence, sincerity, dependability, and leader-
ship. If left at large, she is destined to be successful.
No. 2-MURRY SA-CHS
Wanted by all for friendliness, ability to get along, sense of humor, and
intelligence. If allowed to remain at large he may become influential.
No. 3-SORALIE LEVIN
Be on the lookout for this "mama," Wanted by all theatres for acting
ability. If she continues at large she will rise to fame.
No. 4-JACK BROURMAN
Wanted by all orchestras and football teams. Accused of talent. This
boy is a menace to music haters and opposing teams.
No. 5-PEGGE WALLICK
Wanted by most males for her charm, personality, and looks. Left loose
she is certain to make hearts flutter.
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Teacher ,.,,,. .. .i , ,,,...,....,..A. ..... .,..,....,...,..,..,..,, ll f Iiss Helen R. Bartrim
President .,,..,.. ..,. ,,,....4..,......
Vice President .
Secretary ...,.... ,.........,..,4,.,e,..ee,.,... , .
Treasurer .e,.... ........,........ .,...A......... ..,e...
Student Council Representative .. i .
lforeworrl Representative .. ....r..,.e,.
LOIS BECK is a fine bloncle chick,
Among the boys she really clicks:
She's always neat ancl, oh, so smartg
Her warm greetings come from the heart.
ELAINE BERSON, with her bright smiling'
And attractive eyes that do sorrow erase,
Anna Mae Czar
..... Lois Beck
XVears the smartest clothes to school each clay,
Anil her hair in its perfect place cloes stay.
ANNA MAE CZAR is a wonderful pal
To everyone she's quite a gal:
By telling jokes and singing rhymes,
She reveals her happiness at all times.
In your whole life clicl you ever see
As cute a nose as that of NANCY FINNEY?
Neat and snappy, pretty and sweet,
A beautiful gal, and so petite.
BETTY ANN GULA brings sunshine within
Each morning when she comes 'stepping ing
She never fails to speak or smile,
As she finds this practice well worthwhile.
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DOLORES KAVCHAK, takes her work serious,
About jimmy she's really deliriousg
In her jolly and pleasant way,
The work in the Service Club she makes gay.
Soft 'blue eyes and locks of gold
Are qualities only HELEN KORPAS can 'holdg
Small in stature, bu-t thigh in mind,
A more suitable friend you'll never find.
With her cute dimples and big 'brown eyes
LILLIAN KRAL could win first prize,
But this glamorous gal "Brushes Those Tears"
When away from Al and the Mountaineers.
BETTY LORBER is quite efficient,
In shorthand and typing she is proficient.
Her many clothes are always neat-
She's just a lass who can't be beat.
Wherever wit and humor are found,
PEGGIE MACKO is surely around,
Sfhe has lovely hair and turned-up nose,
And makes many of her modeling clothes.
AGNES MCCONNELL, as we all know,
Is the gal who can really sewg
I-Ier sparkling eyes of very deep blue
Are really attractive to all of you.
THERESE MORSEK, a maiden of right good cheer,
T-o .many a pal she is quite a dear,
With her curly tresses, her smile so wide,
Her friends just love her at their side.
PEGGY PRYLE, or Mary to you,
Makes tasty sundaes with little ado.
Without her pep and energy,
Imagine how dull 353 would be.
Sweet and pleasant all the time,
OLGA ROHALY is really fineg
Always peppy and full of cheer,
To those near her, she's a real dear.
Sweet and gentle, eyes of blue,
MARY ANN SOVYAK is really trueg
She does her best in every way
From early morn till end of day.
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Teaellei' ,. ,.., . ...,.., Miss Cora Ross
l'resiclent , ,, . Olga ljlxilfllll
Vice Vresirlent , .,.. . ,.Mary jackson
Secretary . Catlherine lieclyszyn
'lil'L'ZlSlll'CI' . . , ,, .. . .Eugene Haynes
Sturlent Council Representative . Olga DiNat'tlo
lioreworcl Representative ,. . . ., ,. . . ,. . . Rose Yiszneki
llet'e's our Shakespeare. always the same.
.X special place for her is our aim,
ln our .Xllclercliee Hall of Fame.
Leroy Backers "Macbeth"
Hur Nlaeheth we know is true.
lle's not one to he blue.
XXI- hope he'll have success, rlon't yon?
Robert Becker "King Henry VI"
Hur pick for Carclinal lieznrfort you see
.X likely looking lad for the nlinistry
ln this young man of quality.
Earl Belle "-lulius Caesar" E
lle eonlcl flefeat tihe real Cicero any clay.
lint in this L'lZlSSl'OUlll the will not stay,
NV' hope, after our Graclnation Day.
Emily Cannavine "King Lear"
Our Ciorrlelia is clark ancl fair.
Tall, and has a quiet air.
XYe wonlcl like to meet het' anywliere.
Patricia Carson "King Henry YI"
lle1'e's our -loan. stnrlious with her glasses,
NYe het she never ents classes.
XYhatever she cloes, she passes.
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Irene Cichocka "Hamlet"
Our Ophelia is not mad,
To get out of school she is glad,
A good career for herself she will add.
Anthony Cinquegrani "King Henry VIII"
Our King Henry is allowed only one wife,
With her he'll have plenty of strife,
But we wish him a long, happy life.
Olga DiNardo "Troilus and Cressida"
Our Helen we think is the fairest,
In our ro-om she is the dearest,
Witfh a smile that is the cheeriest.
Donald Dodge "Macbeth"
At times our Duncan is boastful,
To get out of school he is hopeful,
We hope his life is very fruitful.
Cecelia Downey "Antony and Cleopatra"
She'-s Cleopatra with soft, blue eyes,
A figure just the right size,
She will always wow the guys.
Catherine Fedyszyn "Taming of the Shrew"
Our Katharina is smart and sweet,
She always is very neat,
In any subject she is hard to beat.
Shirley Goldberg "Merchant of Venice"
Our Portia has a sweet and friendly smile,
You can see it from a mile,
As she walks down the aisle.
Lillian Gottlieb "Twelfth Night"
Our Viola is very industrious,
To 'graduate she is desirous,
Though the studies are arduous.
Phyllis Gottreich "As You Like It',
For Rosalind here's our candidate,
Since she is never late,
She'll make someone a fine mate.
Eugene Haynes "Merchant of Venice"
He's Ba-ssanio, sometimes quiet,
W-hen something's new, he'll try it.
Always depend on him to start a riot.
Phyllis Hersh "The Tempest"
Our Juno is a busy girl,
She never has time 'to twirl,
Since she is always in a whirl.
Allen Hoffman "Julius Caesar"
Here is our Brutus, very sweet,
He likes to keep our halls clean and neat.
But in sports he's hard to beat.
jay Hunter "Hamlet"
Our Horatio wasnit the one for books.
For he likes to go fishing in the brooks
And he has the girls ibetting on his looks.
Mary Jackson "Romeo and Juliet"
She's our choice for a Juliet,
Tall, bl-onde, and quiet,
A hit with the fellow-s, we'll lbet.
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Sylvia Kemp "Macbeth"
Our Lady Macbeth is tall and dark,
Who goes to see the sports in the park,
And will take up anything for a lark.
Dan Lanyon "Two Gentlemen of Verona'
We kn-ow our Valentine at the close of every clay,
From the classrooms is glad to get away,
To some sport which he is eager to play.
Michael Lazo "Antony and Cleopatra"
Though Marc Antony never was ki-ng,
This lad will be since he can sing,
In a tenor voice just like Bing.
Betty Lou McCarney "The Tempest"
Our Ariel, dainty and small,
She is pleasing to us all,
Because she'll answer any call.
Roy McMahon "Midsummer-Night's Dream"
Now in the parade, here comes our Puck,
For 'him to pass in classes. i't's nip and tuck,
But all of us wish him loads of luck.
Alice Moravec "Merry Wives of Windsor"
We hope she will not be a Mistress Ford,
For that career she cannot afford,
So we wish her life to be in accord.
jack Sofield "Hamlet"
We quote our Hamlet thus:
"To make or not to make a fuss
About the homework they give to us?"
James Steen "Julius Caesar"
Next comes our Caesar of the band,
Who is always on hand,
Wherever there's a mu-sical stand.
Stanley Taylor "As You Like It"
Our Touchstone is tall and dark,
His grades are above the mark,
Always around the games in the park.
Robert Thomas "Romeo and Juliet"
This laughing Romeo is fun,
Always bright like the sun,
From him no one will run.
Francis Ursetta "Merry Wives of VVind'sor"
He's Falstaff, full of fun,
He's one we will not shun.
Though he's always ready to pull a pun.
Rose Viszneki "A Midsummer-Nig1ht's Dream"
Our little Titania fair.
Who has a sweet. lovable air,
Is alwavs ready to take a dare.
Rosa Lee Williams "0thello"
For a government profession,
Our Desdemona will give her attention.
When we are through this session.
Lea Wygodna "The Tempest"
Our Ceres is a maiden fair,
Bright blue eyes and light brown hair.
Of course, she is welcome everywhere.
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Teaclier .. ., ,... . .... .. . . . , . .. Klrs. llelen Cznnpb-ell
l'resident ., . ,. ........ ,... . ,.,... Raymond Ryzlbik
Yice l'resident ,. ,. ,Mary Lou Clennn
Secretary , ,. .. ...... ..., ,,,.,...,..... . . , ,. ...Josephine Ortoleva
Treasurer . ., , , .,... ...A,.,. .,.. . . ,. , ,Donald Lyons
Student Council Representative . ,.,. .. . Robert XYillian1
Foreword Representative .........,.,.,.,,.,....,,.,.,,,. . ....,.,.,,.......,..,., .loan Nolden
MARY LOU ABEL who is bright and gay
Brings Cheer to us in her own sweet way.
SHIRLEY CLARK is full of lun:
She has a sniile for everyone.
MARY LOU CLEMM, our cute little queen.
ls just as lovely as could ever be seen.
BETTY CRISPIN whose senni is supreme
May someday be seen on stage or screen.
EARL FAIRMAN, Zl happy go-lucky lad,
Makes fun where fun's to be had.
RICHARD FREEDLAND is certain to succeed.
Keen and alert, some day he'll lead.
VIRGINIA FREEMAN is a lovable creature:
She has future hopes of being a teacher.
RICHARD HUTTENHOWER in his quiet way
Brings memories to us every day.
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LILLIAN HVOZDOVICH, our busy bee,
Is bound for success just wait and see.
ELVERA KOCHENDORFER and her violin
Form a combination that's sure to win.
TOM LITMAN is always full of surprises and fun,
But to make the 8:45 bell he's always on the run.
DONALD LYONS is a lively type:
He makes our room jolly and bright.
ROSELLA McCAULEY, delightful and sweet,
Is bound to make shorthand her future feat.
ARTHUR NICHOLSON is a swell fellow to have aroundg
Few like him can seldom be found.
Pretty and lovalble our JOAN NOLDEN
Leaves a memory forever golden.
JOSEPHINE ORTOLEVA'S disposition is sweet.
One that no one could possibly beat.
MARGARET PASKO is a witty lass
Wlho brings fun and sunlight into our class.
JOHN PICCHI is tall, manly, and gayg
Just keeps you moving in the right way.
JAMES POWELL is friendly, and loads of fnng
As an all around fellow he rates A-1.
DOROTHY PROFFITT, a neat little miss,
Enthralls our class with gaiety and bliss.
ARLENE REUSCH is friendly and gayg
A wonderful secretary s'he'll make some day.
MICHAEL ROMZY, one of our crew,
Is capable, dependable and a swell fellow, too.
RAYMOND RYABIK is the leader of our class:
His skill at this is hard to surpass.
A fine musician is ANNABELLE SACHSg
She is highly known for her distinguished acts.
EILEEN SIEMON, a vivacious girl,
Keeps our class in a constant whirl.
CHARLES SMITH has little to say:
He aids our room in hi-s own quiet way.
NANCY STEPHENS is a gentle. quiet maid:
Memories of her friendliness will never fade.
JULIUS VARGO is cheerful, handsome, and gay:
A likealble fellow to meet any day.
PATRICIA WERLING is quiet and sweet:
Knowing 'her has been a treat.
ROBERT WILLIAMS is right up on top,
At nothing but success will he stop.
JAMES WILSON likes to meet all the women he can:
This 'Casanova is quite a man.
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feelings from 368
Teacher ...,..,.... ...........,................,....................... M iss Yetta T. Kamler
President .........,..,.... .....,....... A ndrew Zeedick
Vice President ..............,............... .......................,. W illiam Toth
Secretary-Treasurer .,......,..,.........,. ,.,...................... P egge Wallick
Student Council Representative .,..,.... .,,.,..,.. A lan Rofbbinsg Lois Glazer
Foreword Representative ....,..,.................... ...........,.... M aureen Blocksiclge
We'd like you to see just what makes up our class,
By these little ditties, meet each boy and lass.
First meet our teacher, the dearest of dears,
Who stood by us through our high school years.
Now is the time to bid her adieu,
But you know, Miss Kainler, we'll always remember you.
Ma-ureen Blofksidge, our group A prize,
VVill reach success as we all surmise.
Bill Dias is an example masterful,
Of a man some girls regard as wonderful.
Jaines Drake is a boy with an ever-ready smile,
With things such as radios we hear he's versatile.
Sliding in just under the bell for Jini Callmnon is a mania.
But we predict heill do well at the University of Pennsylvania.
Lois Glaser some day will be,
The one who will teach A, B, and C.
VVhen there's something to be done, George Fay is our mang
If he can't do it, nobody can!
Peggy Hewitt is cute and sweety
just to be with her is quite a treat.
Frank Jarntele at first seems perfect beau-bait,
But after awhile you 'find he's rather sedate.
368's 'hero of football you know g
Elwin Johnston by name, but to us he's just "Bo,
Rosemary Khuze's personality never depressesg
A zest for life it clearly expresses.
Dramatic ability displayed by Phyllis Leving
Outdoes most actors, even Ernie Bevin.
Roberta Lennox, fair, blonde, and sweet,
We really think she's something to meet.
The tall, silent type is Gary McKee,'
For him a bright future we foresee.
Jean McKee sings a mellow noteg
At music, "She's terrif!" unquote.
Jack .Markowitz rates A plus supremeg
One sweet guy who's sure on the beam.
Gordon Meixner can paint a pretty swell pictureg
His good looks and humor are quite some mixture.
Bill Fogel with all makes a great hitg
His future begins by entering Pitt.
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J11!111 l'1'f1ffiH's soon tu he one of l'nele Sammy's crew.
.X'1111ry illz'f'1n'11v1' is a flntist supreme:
ln Ureliestra .VX she can always he seen.
lliam' .lll'vVt'I', the pert little lass
ls Charming. delightful, and new in our class.
Vert l'vgyi' Il'r1IIiel.'. cute and petite:
Makes modern dance prugrams really complete.
.lndy Zt't'lfl.l'A', nut ulacksun, lmest president hy far:
Served fum' terms just like lf. D. R.
Reserved, quiet, hardly ever any trouble,
.luv f'1'l'lllI is a fella without a duuhle.
The legal profession is 511111 ll'ilIia111.r' aim.
lYe hope that he will reach great fame.
.lnel .S'fI1'4'1'111u11 is one swell guy:
llis jukes and good humor never will die.
Nu une can say Hill Tnflz is all wet
liven tliungh in the pmol, he's our safest het.
lflaim' ll'i'1'11.vlu1'11 is a gal with a ready wit,
'liCZlL'llL'l'S and pupils declare her a hit.
llfiwflltl ll'i'lI.v will he remembered a long while
lleeanse of her cute and charming smile.
lfddii' le0Nt'lI,H'I'!j has told all, we know.
'l'hat tu llnquesne L'niversity he's all set tu go.
Never furgutten will he J1'111 I'1'1'g1i11'x friendliness:
fnnpled, uf Course. with his innate eheerfulness.
.VX man tu reekun with is 7'111'k11, Eddie
Resuureefnl, ingenious, and always steady.
.ltlllI4'N .S'i'dIe1' plans on attending Penn State:
As a hnsiness man, A-l he will rate.
,Allan lfUf7f7I'lI.Y has a finger in every pie:
When girls luuk his way, they all heave a sigh.
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Teaeller .,A.. ,Miz Huwzircl U. ll1l.l'llCS
President . . .,,.,. ., ..,.,..,...,.. ..... X lex Sammie
Vice President ,. ..,,.,.,.A..,. Xnn Urlzmdo
Secretary 4,.......,.....,......... .....,...... .,............,.4....,.. B i ll Bonn
'l'I'6ElSlII'6l' ....., ..,., , . ..,., 4.,,..,.,.,. . , . , . ..Marilyn l.evinson
Student Council Representative ,. ., , , . . .. -lean Heatley
Fmewcmrcl Representative ..,. . ,,.,.,.. ,.,,. . ,,,.,. . .,,.,. . .,,. S ylvia Steinberg
LOUIS BURTON BENNETT
L ikzrlnle Lou . . . Lucky . . . Lively
B old . . . Busy . . . Brilliant
B rzuvny . . . Best . . . Brutlierly
ALLAN MARVIN HARRIS
A miable .Xl ...A ' Xgreezllvle ..., Xctive
M ascnline . . . Masterful . . . Modest
H appy . . . Herculean . . . Hznnlscnne
JEAN LOUISE HEATLEY
I zlunty lean . . . .linking . . . joyful
L aughing . . . Likable . . . Lovely
H elpfnl . . . Hearty . . . High-spirited
EUGENE T. MILKO
E nergetic lingfene . . . lizlsv-guiiig . . . lixtrzwrdinzlry
T actful . . . Typical , . . Thrifty
M agnetie . . . Mzlsterful . . . Merry
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MARILYN JANET LEVENSON
M isohievous Marilyn . . . Mirthful . . . Magnetic
J ovial . . . jolly . . . jocular
L ovaible . . . Lively . . . Loyal
MIRIAM CAROL MAGADOF
M -odish Miriam . . . Meticulous . . . Modest
C apable . . . Cheerful . . . Courteous
M emorable . . . Merry . . . Model
WILMA JEAN MILLER
W onderful Wilma . . . Winsome . . . Worthy
J olly . . . Jesting . . . just
M irthful . . . Masterful . . . Mischievous
A dorable Ann . . .Adept . . . Ambitious
O bliging . . . Ouitstandinng . . . Original
WILLIAM E. REID
W inning Bill . . . Well-meaning . . . Worthwhile
E arnest . . . Engaging . . . Effervescent
R ugged . . . Reliable . . . Really Grand
A ffable Alex . . . Accomplished . . . Able
S uperior . . . Smiling . . . Skillful
ROBERT WILLIAM STOEHR
R adiant Bob . . . Reliant . . . Reasonable
W ise . . . Witty . . . Worthwhile
S mooth . . . Shrewd . . . Swell
The best test the rest.
You try and wonder why it won't sat-
Where you can't stuff enough.
They huff and they puff.
VVhere you strain your brain.
They cavort for sport.
VVhere most of the folk gather.
VV here some drowse and some browse.
lf you understood you would-
You whirl and twirl with your girl.
A plaid fad.
Plan to cram a sedan.
Feign that his brain is sane.
You don't scrub in this tub.
Your physics motor
The track team
D0 your homework
Get a ride home
Any Allderdice stud
The swimming pool
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Teacher .......,.. .,.........,.. ...,,... M i ss Olivia Koenig
President ,... ,,.,.. ..,.,.....,. L a vvrence Adler
Vice President ..i,, ....,.... W ilbur Stevenson
Secretary ...,............................,..... ............ L ynda Cooper
Treasurer ............,.........,..,.,....,..,........ .,....... H oward Robins
Student Council Representative ...,. ,....,.,..... E dith Torin
Foreword Representative .,.......,.... ..,.,..,. A rthur Herbst
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LARRY ADLIQR as Young Horror illflllllll'
LYND.-'X COOPER on first Platirz Hill
jOY GENDLEBERG on IVhz'1z a Girl Illarrios
3:45 XORIQIQN H IQRSIIORIN on Big Sister
4:00 MARLENE CANTER on Life Cam Bo Bvmrlifnl
4:15 YETTIA BURKE on Light of tho Hf'orId
4:30 HOXVARD ROBINS on The All JIIIIUVI-t'llIl Boy
4:45 Portia- ITKIIFUX Life with SALLY SEDLER
5:00 MARY RUTH YICAGIZR o11 Roo-d of Life
5:15 Our Gal Sunday, LOIS LANG
5:30 EDITH HAIXIHURGILR winner of Opera, fluditions of tho Air
5:45 ARTHUR HIZRBST substituting for H'aIt1'r l'Vi11Clz0ll
6:00 MILTON NICHOLSON guest on Pic Traynor program
6:15 Soloist on todays NHC SyllLf71l07Zj' lirocrdcastl, MAXINE MELNICK
6:30 Guest on today's Szrfvfwr C1110 is EDITH TORIN
6:45 TOM JACKSON, Bill Sforrfs guest
7:00 DONALD SHARAPAN, winner of jackpot on Stop the lllusic
7:15 ORYVIN CADDY on People Arc Fzrrmy
7:30 JOHNNY MENAGLIA on H"ilken's lllllllltllll' Hour
7:45 Harry Janzes' guest, LOUIS VARGA
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8:15 Fibber llfla-gee and MARILYN KRAUSS
8:30 Guest on Al JoIson's program, BUDDY LETVVIN
8:45 ERIC RASCOE as a Foreign News Correspondent
9:00 PHYLLIS KALSON on Information, Please
9:15 BERDE -IEAN HAMBURG on Break the Bank
9:30 Contestant on Horace Heidi Show, SHIRLEY MCCARNEY
9:45 DONALD STEXVART, guest on Red Skelton Show
10:00 ARNOLD SIEGAL will Strike It Rich
10:15 ARNOLD SHAPIRO on The Life of Riley
10:30 DAVID KLEINBERG on Jas: Janiboree
10:45 HERBERT GILBERT on Can You Top This?
11:00 WILBUR STEVENSON with Cazialeade of Anieriea
11:15 ARTHUR COHEN in Escape
GOLD IS WHERE YOU FIND IT
golden voice of Barbara Caldwell
golden disposition of Jane Elliott
golden humor of Al Braun
golden hair of Lynda Cooper
golden friendship of Pegge VValliek
golden personality of Buddy Goldberg
golden serenity of Johnny M enaglia
golden trustfulness of Bill Caddy
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Papa... ..., ,,., . . ..Alex Venig, Jack Weiss
Dagmar .. ...janet Moxley, Ellen Baskind
Christine.. ,.... .. Lynda Cooper, Joan Nolden
Mr. Hyde ,..,.. Alan Robbins, Harvey Blinn
Nels... ..,..... ...,.. . . Sidney Rosen, Max Foner
Aunt Trina Phyllis Hersh, Louise Cooper
Aunt Sigrid .Marlene Canter, Fern Barnett
Aunt Jenny Phyllis Green, Marilyn Krauss
Uncle Chris Donald Dodge, Stanley Hirsh
A Woman Uessiel ,.,..,,. ,.,,.... . Dorothy Stein,
Mr. Thorkelson ,. ...Phillip Siegel,
Dr. Johnson. .. .. .. . Leonard Rubenstein,
Arne. . ,..,,,. . ........ .. .,......,.. ........, A udrey Cohen
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Florence Dana Moorehead. Jocelyn Daniels,
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Madeline... ............ .. .... Shirley Goldberg,
, .... .. ..David Bogert
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Hotel Guests ..... .. ..... .. Noreen Hershorin,
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Nurses .. Cecile Weisberg, Phyllis Kalson
Dorothy Schiller ....... . ..... .. ..
Soda Clerk ...
Bell-Boy . ..... .
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Student Managers-Joan Green and Marion
Business Managers--Harvey Blinn and Sid-
Program - Jocelyn Daniels and Dorothy
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Joe Mastriano, Herbert Mendelsohn, An-
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Sound-Cecile Weisberg, Barbara Markey
Music-Maxine Melnick, Cecile Weisberg
Organists-Wayne Galbraith, Alan Wingard
Painting - Norma Dittner, Arthur Arm-
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Compliments and Best Wishes to the
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Aaron
Barnett's Men's Wear
Faeverner Beese and Regie Wells
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Birkenfield
Mrs, John E. Booher
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Burke
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Clemm
Mr. and Mrs. Max R. Cohen
Mr. and Mrs. A. Cooper
Mr. Clarence Crispin
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin B. Crone
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Davies
Mr. and Mrs M. Deakter and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo DiNardo
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Domb
Anna D. Fedyszyn
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Goldberg
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Hirsch
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Kelso
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kennedy
Miss Olivia Koenig
Kubitz and Godd Fruit Store
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Magadof
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Meyer
Mieze Drug Store
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. H. Moravitz
Morris Dry Goods Store
Mr. and Mrs. Leo B. Nolden
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. O'Brien
Penn Kosher Food Co., Inc.
Pete's Barber Shop
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosen and Family
Schwager's Cleaning and Dyeing
William J. Sheehan
Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Stephens
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Wallick
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Werling
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Winsberg
Dr. and Mrs. T. S. Swan
A Sc B Photo Service
2206 MURRAY AVENUE
FILM CAMERAS SUPPLIES
O'Too1e ESL O'Connor
5106 SECOND AVENUE
PITTSBURGH 7, PA.
Phone: .IAckson 2324
Braddock and Hutchinson Avenues
C Ialio LZ B VI I
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THE 1949 ALLDERDICE
SUPERIOR ENGRAVING CO.
312 BOULEVARD OF THE ALLIES
HILL 'S STUDIO
214 N. HIGIiI,AND AVENUE
AIA YER PRESS
235 COLLINS AVENUE
Delta ambda hi
Extends ily Congmlulatiom to the Clam of 1949 am! 10 its
Graduating M embers
elta Epsilon Beta
Exlenzls Congmfulaztiom to its Graduating Mefnbers
JAekson 2624 Notary Public
David G. Morgan
Real Estate Sales and Rentals
Fire and Casualty Insurance
4.354 MURRAY AVENUE
PITTSBURGH 17, PA.
The Friemlly Store
G. G. Murphy Co.
4847 SECOND AVENUE
PITTSBURGH 7, PA.
C omplimenls of the
5832-34 FORBES STREET
GAM M O N ' S
SAUL'S MARKET f
2121 MURRAY AVENUE i
Good I' ood
EAST LIBERTY OAKLAND
Compliment-Y of Where Ewizzyghliile Is Just
DI13CrRA1TT HAze1 1213
"Dipcraft Toy Balloons"
1238 VOSCAMP STREET
FAirfax 6739 Pittsburgh 12, Pa.
Canton Tea Gardens
Chop Sucy Chow Mein
2018 MURRAY AVENUE
PHI UP WILON
Wishes to Congrazulale the Graduating Classes of 1949 and its
Graduating M embers
RUTH ANN ISAACS
ADA LoU SIEGEL
Sigma mega i
exfenfls congratulations lo the
Graduating Class of 1949
and to its Graduating Members
TONY'S BARBER SHOP
3186 VV. 25TH STREET
ANTHONY DELUCA, Proprietor
Grace Martin's School
"il school discriminate"
Secretarial for Young Women
17th and 18th Floors
"1fVe have what you 'wont
when you want it."
COMPLETE SCT-root. Sl11'1'L1ES
5804 FORBES ST. AT MURRAY
1707 MURRAY AVENUE
C orrzplimems of
5030 FORBES STREET
5854 FORBES STREET
General Electric A ppliances
Modern K ilehem'
IVIATERN I TY
2000 MURRAY AVENUE
PITTSBURGH 17, PA.
Clothes of Comfort and
Nationally Advertised Dresses
Playsuits, Bathing Suits
Kappa Delta Beta
Extends its best wishes to the Gmduatin
WANDA JUNE RICHMOND
JOAN MARCIA GREEN
PHYLLIS HOPE LEVIN
NORMA SMITH TRUST
g Class and its
It's Easy to Start Your Training at
The Robert Morris School
For Day and Evening Classes in
Accountancy and Business Administration
Bookkeeping, Secretarial Science, Business English, Salesmanship
Effective Public Speaking
For fall information call at the scliool or phone
WILLIAM PENN HOTEL BUILDING ATLANTIC 0922
Call HAzel 3314
Cleaning and Tailoring Co.
539 GREENFIELD AVENUE
Altering and Remodeling
Free Call and Delivery Service
Also Rugs, Drapes, Slip Covers
C ornplinients of
Mr. and Mrs.
Irving L. Glazer
M O R Secretarial Science
P Individual Progress
MURRAY AND DARLINGTON
Phone: HAzel 6000
Frcc Employment Service
Enter Any Moiiday
424 DUQUESNE WAY
Cornpliincnts to the Graduating Classes of 1949
Tau Sigma Phi Fraternity
Alpha Sigma Tau
expresses congratulations and best wishes to all
Alltlertlice Graduates of 1949 and
particularly to its graduating members
amma Alpha ambda
-wtslzes to extend congratulations to the Gradnatzng Class
and to its 14 Graduating Members
BERDE JEAN HAMBURG
Sigma Delta Epsilon
wishes to extend its heartiest congratulations to the 1949
Graduating Class and to its Graduating zwenibers:
TAU ET ALP H
extends its heartiest congratulations to the Graduating Class 0 f 1949
and its Graduating Members:
The Morton Business School
Lowest Tuition In Pittsburgh
Over a Quarter of a
Free Placement Bureau
Secretarial Accounting Bookkeeping Comptometer Typing
General Motors Accounting C.P.A. Coaching Course
Phone for Literature Day-Night
Classes Starz Weekly
700 WOOD STREET PENHURST 6441 WILKINSBURO
James F. McDunn, B.S. in E., C.P.A.
Ross Ortoleva Sc Son
Phone: GRant 2200
Members: Florists Telegraph
Lubin Sc Smalley Co.
Qhoe Shine and Hat Cleaning Parlor Flowers
1709 MURRAAY AVENUE FANCY GIFT FRUIT BASKETS
PITTSBURGH 17, PA. 126 Fifth Avenue Pittsburgh, Pa.
Phone: I-IAzel 1815 CWhere Fifth meets Libertyj
LOCAL UNION, 1843
UNITED STEELWORKERS OIF AMERICA-C. I. O.
4815 SECOND AVENUE
PITTSBURGH 7, PA.
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and I0 its eight Gfuzlueting 4MBllZb6l'.f
5 of 1949
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Barkowitz
Food Tlmzlv Good
"That's All" ,
1835 MU RRAY AVENUE
PHONE: JACKSON 5496
C ompliments of
Mr. and Mrs.
Howard E. Campbell Simon Klein and Sons
Frank Men's Wear
Hosiery-Intimate Apparel 5816 FORBES STREET
5824 FORBES STREET U
Next to the Bank"
ATLAS MUSIC CO.
2217 FIFTH AVENUE
The New 100 Record Seeburg Music Box
PI T U PI
extends sincere congratulations to the Graduating Class of 19-1-9
and honors its Graduating Menzbers:
RONALD D. ECKER
STANLEY H. GOLDMANN
ARTHUR L. HERBST
RONALD W. LASDAY
JAMES M. SEDLER
extends its most sincere congratulations to the
and its Graduating Mernbers:
'january Class '49
STUDEBAKER-CARS AND TRUCKS
BAUM BUULEVARU AT LIBERTY AVENUE MUSEUM 0802
We Make Our Own Ice Cream
A. S. Robins and Sons
5802-04 FORWARD AVENUE JACKSON 9740
VV here Price anal Quality Rule!
THETA MU SGRGRITY
Extends Congratulations to the Graduating Alembers
ARTHUR L. ARMS'I'RONG
JAMES S. BACHO
ORWIN W. CADDY
HARRY C. FENNELL
JOHN P. FLAHERTY
ROBERT C. HAZLEY
EUGENE A. LOWMAN
THOMAS E. O,BRIEN
JAMES A. WILSON
Flowers by Telegraph
4852 SECOND AVENUE
Phone: HAzel 9050
C0lzgrzlfulafians to ilu'
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5884 FORBES STREET
Giant Eagle FOOd Stores
1816 MURRAY AVENUE
St-cond Avenue and Elizabeth Sircct
Pittsburgh 7. Pa.
Luuis Gicquelais. PILG.
Arnulcl Realm, Ph. G.
11110110 : HAM 0114
C omplimenzs of
Jason Beauty Salon
Wightman and Hobart Streets
ALPHA BETA CHI
IfVi.vhes 10 Exfeml Congmlulalions to its Graduating Alembers
ANNA MAE CZAR
ANNA MAE TITMUS
C omplimenls of
House of Beautv
587-iw' FORBES STREET
Phone: JAcks0n 9722
1105 BRADDOCK AVENUE
extends sincere congralnlalions to the
Graduating Class of 1949
and zo ils grarlnezing rnernbersz
The rnernlaers of
cadet 688, A. Z. A.
wish to offer their lteartiest congratulations to its
Graduating Mernbers and the Graduating Class of 1949
Schoolcd under the wor1d's greatest
violin pedagogue, Prof. O. Sevcik
John S. Bartoletti SQUIRREL HILL
. . 2004 MURRAY AVENUE
TCZ1Ci1CI' of VIOIIII CNear Beaconl
Studio: Lot us supply you with your
eau MCPHERSON BLVD. Photographic Needs
AD EL ES, Inc.
Ready- To- IV ea r
FORBES STREET, SQUIRREL HILL
The House of Reliable 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
Prn Heallhy-Prn Happy
Pm Sgum M urruy Avenue
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2024 MURRAY AVENUE
Open Until 12 P.M. Nightly
"Just call me Xl!
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The Squirt Company
Be Flealthy-Be Happy
Drink S qnirz
Kosher Style Food
2014-16 MURRAY AVENUE
Squid Bottling Co., hw.
PITTSBURGH 6, PA.
200-12 Denniston Avenue, East End
Phone: MOntrose 7800 X
PITTSBURGH 17. PA.
The University of' Pittsburgh
,ARTS, SCIENCES, ENGINEERING, BUSINESS,
TEACHING, NVRITING AND JOURNALISM, MEDICINE, LAXY,
DENTISTRY, SOCIAL VVORK, PHARMACY, NURSING
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4' 4' Barbara Krause
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